Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
August 23, 1979
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1 Inmates from Lawtey Correctional Institute wait for the has I been undergoing some remodeling, and with school less A $10.8 million Christmas present $10.8 million to actually put into the to the HFA board by the Investment :
next move at the library at Bradford Middle School. BMS than. week away looks like there's a lot of work still to be !'may be in store for the building In- local mortgage market through local bankers and economic planners, and )
done dustry if the infusion of mortgage lending Institutions.In adopted unanimously on a motion by
4 money from the new Housing Finance an Important meeting of the HFA board member Ralph Bryan. I
I Authority (HFA) comes in as ex- HFA the investment bankers, and Other members of the county HFA ;I
Middle .School Olayedfor OccupancyWith .,.pected. economic study firm Tuesday afternoon board are chairman George Roberts '
; Sale of the $13 million revenue the amount of the bond Issue to Marvin Rosier Charles Flynn, ancIHousing ; ,
the leaky roof at Bradford which some school board members creased. The BMS job the sameas bonds Is expected in two or three months shoot for was set at $13 million Maximum Freeman Register !
Middle School apparently fixed and beleive is a tougher job. the two Starke elementary pays schools said Glenn Miller, vicepresidentof amount a family can earn and finance authorities were
work on the partitioning off of 23 self- leaving little Incentive for the St.Petersburg investment be eligible was set at$19,800. which is authorized in 1978 by the Florida j'
contained classrooms complete "We can't expect him to run the to work at the an administrator ,banking firm of Fischer, Johnson 140 percent of the median income of Legislature. Bradford Is one of the '
enough, the school board last Wednesday middle school on the samed salary as which some school board job .Allen II Burke,the handler of the bond local families. A maximum loan limit first counties In the state to organize ,
: night. Aug. IS, approved the the smaller" schools with fewer believe Is a tougher job, members issue. Reserve funds and fees will require of$49,000 and a loan period of 30 years such a board to assist middle Income .
building for occupancy so teachers students Mrs. Spengler said of BMSprincipal "We can't some 15-17 percent of the total was also established. families obtain loans for conventional 1
would prepare this week to welcome Dewey McKinney middle school expect the seined him to run the issue of $13 million, leaving the HFA Those figures were recommended housing. \

725 students this coming Monday, "I can remember when no principal the smaller on schools with salary fewer as Interest rates under the HFA loans .
Aug. 27. in the county would touch the with a students Mrs. are expected to be around 9 percent
A number of items remain for ten-foot pole. Mr. McKinney got it Spengler saldofBMSprincipal about two percent under the current
Triest Construction. Company almost by default. McKinney."I prime lending rate of 11.5 percent on'
representatives to complete, such as Casey stated his position by noting the can remember when no principalin with Commissioners Explain home loans. The rate fluctuates according )
Install interior doors and hardware, he had made his administrative county would touch the a interest rates on the open
and workman probably will be busy in salary recommendations to the ten-foot pole. Mr. McKinney got It \ market, Allen said .
almost default.
the school until September. Workmen board. They did not include an Increase by To justify the sale of the revenue
remalnted until past midnight Sunday in supplemental pay for the Casey,stated his position by noting bonds as being for public purpose, 1
made his
night Installing carpet before middle school principal who current. recommendations administrative i County Budget Problem as required by the legislative act.the
teachers and staff members reportedto ly receives a supplement of$2,430, the salary to the economic planners cite scarcity of
board did not Include In-
work Monday morning. same as principals at Soutnside and an mortgage money on the local market.
Things couldn't have looked much Starke Elementary. crease supplemental pay for the Neither the banks or savings and loan
worse to the school board when Board member Arthur Gaskins the middle school principal, who currently association has money for mortgage
members found the new hallways previous week at the Aug. 8 meeting receives a supplement of$2.430, the tAt First Tax Hearing now, said David Burke Jr. of Plantec,
flooded with inch of stated the same as principals at Soutnside and Inc. of Jacksonville.
over an water on same thing Mrs. Spenglerdid Starke Planter, a subsidiary -
a visit during a hard rainstorm Aug. 15 about the BMS principal's Elementary. of Smith, and Hills
Wednesday Board member Arthur Gaskins the ijust four showed at Present for the hearing last Reds
night, Aug. 8. Water was salary. taxpayers up Jacksonville, is
pouring in an expansion joint being In- Casey said the top priority in the previous week at the Aug, 8 meeting the first public hearing required for Wednesday night, Aug. IS, were Mr. carrying out the economic study required
stalled but which had not been sealed. proposed budget has been salary in. stated the same thing Mrs. Spengler .the county commission increase and Mrs. Bill Haas, James A. Toole, for the bond Issue.
creases. There will be little money did Aug. 15 about the BMS principal'ssalary. taxes over the level of the current and Charles McKinney. Unpaid Studies show the local money
The hard rain came at the wrong for other items r..The'Increase, Fire Chief Green market Is
requested by school y County Harry was tight, people are being forced -
time. said the
principals who have asked to tighten Casey top priority In the Is just .223 mills or.JUUOOO also present, but cutting funds for the to finance companies for money at
Loss minimal however propoeed budget has been In-
was their belts on Individual school salary of assessed property value, volunteer fire departments was not less favorable terms that more down
amounting to only $100 or so, according budgets. But the creases. There will belittle money discussed the commission after it la
board requestedthat by payment required now under tight
for other items Ol-\t: \ will cost the owner of a $30,000
to contractor Ernest Triest. the principals ",,.-,. .t lists" be requested by school home; just$6.69 In additional property had balanced the $2.5 million spending money market conditions,and mobile
who have asked
Work has since been completed on prioritized so the board will know the their principals belts individual to tighten school taxes. It,is the most the county commission bill for 197980. homes are replacing conventional
the two expansion joints Triest installed most important items in the event any budgets But the, board requested. / can increase taxes under Some S43 .OOO in reserve'' or carryover housing. Burke told the HFA board. i
and which will money should become available. ..!f Gf v,, Bob' Graham's five percent funds were used to balance the
hopefully, that the prlnclpala' "Want lists" be Burke cited an example of a $12.947
solve,the school's |Ion.c--sW ncUai.. The proposed 7980.budget on a prioritized board will. ...CftwHttM,, increase limit plaeed on 1979-80 budget, leaving the commlssion home loan from local '
the finance
.pro county property tax' ,levy of 9.ta mills so. know the.,..". 'Just.$100.000 in reserve'lUnda.That a company ,,.!
bleb with a leaky roof. The Board "reouMY; commissions: for I979-W; The
most items In the .
Important event in which: the agreed J Jto
mills less than any the board have
1.25 the miU will
current 8.4 Bradford means no
found the hallways dry when It money should become available. Increase Is just 2.9, percentIt pay back $220 perrtmn h for 144
levy. The state this lowered the large amount of reserve funds to
revisited the school the year will push the county commission'stotal
following The proposed 79-80 months which would amount
budget on a to 18
local effort of balance the next New
required each school budget
Wednesday night, Aug. 15. levy to 7.889 mills, up from the year.
county property tax levy of&.IS mills percent Interest or a total of $31,600.A .
board In the state must be
to 5.15 mills. At the revenue generated or deep
The self-contained classrooms present 7.666 mills.
are a 1.25 mills less than milllevy. .
the current 5,4 9 percent interest rate as anticipated
from same time the amount of money a Just the same, the board took an cuts made into the current spending
departure the former "open concept" The state this year lowered the under the HFA loans, would I 11!
school district receives for a fulltime level to balance: next year's budget,
middle' school under which the local required effort of each school hour and a to again explain the have Increased the loan to $27,000 '
school since built in student increased from $911 to $989. trap in which the county is caught the commission has repeatedly warn I
operated being board in the state to 5.15 mills. At the ed. with the same payback terms of 144
1968. Walls continued to slowly grow Board member Pat Spengler told same time the amount of money a 'with the state legislature delegatingmore Explaining that situation. to the months at$220 per month Burke said. ''
throughout the past 10 years but the Supt. Tom Casey she feels the middle school district receives for a runtime and more responsibility to the
open concept finally came to a complete school principal a salary,should be In- student Increased from $911 to $989. county but neglecting as required by sparse crowd present. Chairman "This is one of the reasons we feel
end this summer when the state law, to pass on funds to finance Maxie Carter said the board Is askingto (hat in this county this program does \j'
: '' the raise taxes as much as possible this show strong public ," Burke
school board spent $319,174 to divide -. -. -:= ''''N '::::'-''''_ :.Zf. .r._. programs.The purpose
the '. second and final required year to generate as much revenue as said.
school into separate classrooms. .. ., l
Drawback, spacewise. Is that public hearing on the tax increase Is possible for the deficit budget. Bradford has a population of 18.700
hallways made necessary by the set for Wednesday night, Aug. 29, at 8 "In other words, we raised it all we today a growth of 4,000 since 1970, t
separate classrooms take up what p.m. in the county commission could raise it, the chairman explain- Burke says He pointed out the .

was once usable space in the school. meeting room in the new courthouse.At ed.Haas University of Florida projected a ,
that hearing the board will have a said it Is his understanding decrease in population for the county. '
The library,or media center, is now resolution prepared for adoption providing that the state has passed a good many Median income In Bradford County
much smaller and probably the area tot the tax Increase. dee page ISA) Is two-thirds of the state average,
furtherest away from being ready to R Yr which: is below the national average,
open for school Monday. Burke said. Median housing pricesare
Before touring the middle school a fairly close to the state average,
Aug. 13, the board went over the proposed ,tr BHS Will Still Have Academic Standards however, he pointed out
new $6 budget item by item,
"Housing costs about as much here
although current-year they had figures.not comparisonwith No decision Despite Federal Court Literacy Test Ban as anywhere in the state" Burke

was made on the budget which is .. __. ,n ..u ___ ___ _._._ ___ _'._L__ _. ___..,,_ said.The number of sub-standard
due to be adopted by Oct. 1. uraaiora tugn scnooi, win sun nave van f.OUi1l.. IIH;:' iiuiiiwi vi n'lJn.
Board member Pat Spengler told standards for basic skills under a required for graduation has been Increased homes, 250 In the City of Starke alone,
Supt. Tom Casey she feels the middle state statute' entitled "State Stan- by one to 21 in the past year was pointed to as another need for the
school principal s salary should be In- '11' dards for Basic Skills" Principal Jim at BHS. HFA mortgage money. Persons in
creased. The BMS job pays the sameas il r. Duncan told the school board Monday There are 188 seniors listed at BHS substandard housing would have a
the two Starke elementary schools, night Aug. 20. for the 79-80 term "down somewhat chance to improve their situation, :
leaving little incentive for an administrator Florida schools no longer are allowed because students didn't believe they Burke said. '
to work at the BMS jobtihc the use the state literacy test as a wouldn't become a senior without the An average of 360 mobile homes
standard for credit toward graduation proper number of credits" Duncan move into the county each year, ,
LYLCCt 1 under a ruling by Tampa federal said. There are 57 students who have Burke said. In 1970 84 percent of the
: utiwn f District Court Judge George Carr. not mastered the required state standards (bee page I2A>7 *

-411L: The literacy test was ruled valid but Duncan said, and they will be !
its using It as a tool to test studentswas given every opportunity this school
delayed until the 1982-83 school year to remediate to make up deficiencies Index.
year by Judge Carr. to the areas they are weak. ..
But the state Standards for Basic "I want the board to understand it .,
Skills remain valid for use by schools. does have standards already adopted TWO SECTIONS \
that can be used," Supt. Tom Casey seCTION At .. |
"We will enforce that state society..Pages SA.IA,7A i '

statute" said Principal Duncan. said.Under the federal court ruling on Editorial .......... ... Pa..4A' 1
Standards for basic skill teats the literacy test 17 BHS students who .,,. 1A,1A,1A, k
students In various skills In different last year were given certificates of at- Legats* .**. e.t.... .. Ps,.10A i if
areas until the students has mastered tendance have received a regular
enough of the skills in an area to be diploma. SECTION Mi :

declared to have mastered the area. "I received a direct order from the Sports. Pags1B.2B4B.SB.. i;

.The number of credits earned will judge. I was very gladd to comply," Clatlfl..1s.... .. .....'..Page JB
Workers at BMS replace ceiling tiles after a rain flooded the School. also, be a factor on whether a students Supt. Casey said. Obituaries. . .... ...'f P.g.4B \<
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". ,, With the new school year to begin Students at Bradford High School Bradford Middle School Principal lions of where to go. Students at ting any major difficulties the first
Yevth, 0,.............ii \,,i"i"'.,' Monday, the thought getting to and should check lists posted in numerous Dewey McKinney said some repairs Hampton should proceed to the day of classes but was "looking. forward
r'o' from school can stir immages of places around the school for their and installations still need to be playground area In the back of the to a very routine day.
'" ";j'" havoc lit the mind of any parent or names listed In alphabetical order made, but none of the work involved school MIen the teachers will form a In Monday night's school board
member of the instructional staff. Do and according to their grade!level, for will Interfere with the classes while group with the students assigned to meeting, a price hike In school lunches
not fear, however because the school their home room numbers. When they are In session. The major workto their classes. Aids will be availableto was approved for the new school

UAJtCFUAMAtKIT4p.m. ;#. system here has everything under classes begin at 8:30: a.m., they should be completed, he said, was the In- assist students with any problems year Casey cited labor and food
.- control. proceed to their home rooms to terior building doors still need to be at Soutnside Elementary. costs as the reason for the Increase..
....... Director of receive Instructions and their: class hung. The doors are scheduled to arrive Students arriving at Starkt School lunches: at all area schools
........iM Register Jr., who Operations is in L.B.of schedules. the first week In September. Elementary can find their names 'except Bradford High School range
school ''Other items which still need fixing posted outside the main office door between 40* and Me. Bradford High
says Students who attend
Bradford Mid with Instructions on where they School lunches: fIN between tot and
of. Include
Courtesy- ,
buses will be the : some painting carpet
operating same
dle School should proceed to the gymnasium should report. Classes! here are 70*. Adult lunches, which include
routes Items Involving
when repairs
they school
were ended carpentry
JACKSIII'S IllltIH' In June H72. Some routes have for an assembly program room shelves McKinney scheduled to begin at 1:20 a.m. teachers staff and the public tango (
may scheduled to begin at 8:20 After i
: a.m. .
Brooker students should remain In between ttt and H.
to be changed after school starts if said. He added all the work should be
APPLY Of Starke, some buses arc overloaded. Registersaid receiving Instructions, the teachers completed by the end of September. front of the school: building until they A proposed breakfast: program was
will announce the 'of
names their receive further Instructions of where! opposed fay school penonoel because '
Hwy 301 8. 0846078Xt students and form them together as a Other area schools: Including to go. U students have any questions sn additional class period would have
,,p,,.HeIg Ws' 'One students' have' 'arrived at group. The teachers will then provide' Lawtey. Soutnside' and Hampton here they can check their names to be added, which they claim would
school, various procedures will be their classes with a tow of .the Elementary schools will begin classes
ttw. '00AII1I2'.A473..G13. ; ;' .' posted on the walls.Superkatondont.o4'Public. upset regular\ school hours and busschedules' '
followed depending on the school they"' \ remodeled building and supply them. at 8:30: sun. Students can find their: Instruct, would haveto..,be made '
attend. with their class scf edWM. names posted en walls with untrue- don Tom Casey says be is not expeew artier.w "



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PagvSA TELEGRAPH August 8.IfTt

I New Sewerage Treatment System '*Beine Planned for UCI and'FSP] i I

.: A new sewage treatment system is The secondary treatment system at The FSP- Complex 201 Facilities to receive- public Input. The only Wasteload allocations will be Robinson !then asked if the water
in the works for Florida State Prison FSP discharges treated effluent into Plan,as It is called is being prepared public to attend was County Commissioner figured by the DER, and at this time, could be used for irrigation purposes,
; which wW also serve Union Correctional New' River, causing higher level of by William Bishop Consulting E. W. Hodges. there Is no manpower for the work to water the lawns or water the improved -
:; Institution to replace the existing pollution than is acceptable by the Engineers in Tallahassee. Engineers Pat Griffin and Mike explained Roger Robinson of DEB. It pasture areas.
: secondary treatment plant Department of Environmental A public hearing was held last Murphy discussed the alternatives will be a couple of weeks before the "There are practical reasons for
: which does not meet state and federal Regulation and the Environmental Thursday at the Bradford County allocations are determined. not watering the FSP lawn" said
: water quality standards. Protection Agency Courthouse to discuss the201 plan and and the chosen sewage treatment The 201 Plan will be funded 100 percent Earl Smawley with the Dlvlson of
plan,which Involves" an overland now Corrections.It .
: by the state in the planning and
of eight Inches per week. was also pointed out that using
designing stages, and 75 to 85 percent
The overland now system was chosen the treated effluent for lawn sprinkling
of the
construction costs will be
I because It will utilize
existing treat- federally funded. purposes would present a health
ment facilities and uses considerably hazard for minimum security Inmates -
The Division of Corrections has
CONTINENTALREUNION. less system land would.than a spray Irrigation already allocated funds for the who might drink from the
sewage system and hopefully the sprinklers.
Ms. Griffin said a spray Irrigation construction wid begin next year, according Another concern with using the effluent -
system which was considered as a
to Ms. Griffin. for Irrigation purposes Is protecting
first alternative would require 600 Another question Bishop Consulting the aquifer. The effluent
acres of land and would cost to
; more addressed was whether of the would eventually percolate into the
;" '' ", .... The cost:; of getting a construct. The overland system will systems could have a reuse any systcm-lf aquifer and cause a potential health
require about 60 acres. Another ad-
hazard for the entire county explained -
the effluent could be used for
: sea, ; .; family shouldn'tS vantage to the overland now systemis agriculture purposes or Irrigation.Dr. Murphy.
k the vegetative debris (grass) will
A'! Fortufamily apart ,act as a further treatment process. Allen Overman explained that
: y ,,_ 19J1gdistanceI The treated effluent will be sprayedover the spray Irrigation system that was Commissioner Hodges also pointedout
I : '" rates are still a bargain. In the upper third of the ground and being considered would not be feasible Bradford County does not need Irrigation -
;.r now over the ground (a small amount for agriculture reuse purposes "the land is wet enough as it
: I II ,. fact, they're low enough to seeps into the ground)and then the effluent because of the low content of Is."
I a keep you dose to every Is chlorinated at the end and nitrogen. Because of the small Murphy said he couldn't conceive of
of No discharged Into New River, Ms. Grit amount being sprayed and the low any public resistance to the plan
I ;f your family. fin explained. nitrogen a heavy fertilizing program because of the remoteness of the
,?? matter how far away they However, everything done at this would have to be instigated. It would prison system. He also noted that the
: mi ht be stage is dependent on wasteload be financially not feasible, Overman town of Ralford does not want to tie
allocations provided by the state. explained. Into the sewage system.
R>r example you

have family in Bakersfield,

California and you live in Brooker Approves $32,279 BudgetA I

Lewiston Maine, a three-

minute call will cost:; you no new$32,279 budget to become ef- department was Increased $150 from marshal. Stalnaker argued
L30 excluding fective Oct. 1 was tentatively approved $300 to$450.Recreation. posed police department's salary
ew for fiscal 197940 in a unanimousvote building repair was cut should not be cut any further until
I local taxes. Tuesday August 14 by the $750 and miscellaneous recreation definite decisions are made on the vacant -
i Those regular rates Brooker Town Council. funds $250 but recreation utilities marshal's position.
The new budget Is $481 under the were increased $650 for both parks.To -Took no action on a proposed
apply if you dial direct current 78-79 spending bill. It contains trim the original $33,549 re- elevated water tank, due to the
without operator assistance the same three nulls of taxes the quested budget by $1,278 council documents and revision of the
anytime between 8 AM. council has been levying estimated to members decided: specifications still needed from
raise $3,877.: Biggest revenue Item in To temporarily eliminate $500 for Jerome Kelly, an engineer with Sver-
t and 5 EM. If you call the new budget Is $13.069 In state a proposed basketball court. drup & Parcels of Gainesville.
during one of our bargain revenue sharing funds and $1,300 in Deduct $428 from a proposed -Received a visitor, Thomas Elliot, .
1. federal revenue sharing funds which amount of$800 for playground equip- of Clnco Bayou, FL, an applicant for I
calling periods (weekends is over 50 percent of the budget. the vacant marshall's position. !
A and week nights after 5 The new budget also Includes$4.900 ment.Decrease $350 from a proposedfour
in sanitation fees,$2,500 in county lire thousand allotment for repairs to Elliot a former marshall for three
<->,....._...... r r f} RM.) you can save up to department funds $1,000 In the roads and a half years at Cinco Bayou,mov-
60% off our regular rates. .t reserve fund and $1,000 in county Before any final decisions were ed to Starke recently and is vying for
A : So don't wait until recreation funds. made council member Steve Nipper the position along with three other ap
; plicants.
only salary Increase in the recommended that $428 be deducted
a I :,b next week or next month, ,. bThe Is for Fire Chief George from the police department's proposed Wolbert suggested that Elliot
or next year to have your Pierce who will get $600 per year, up salary allotment of $3,600. return to the next town council
,,, next family reunion from $240. Gas and oil for the fire However: council member C. J. meeting for further discussion, where
"' Stalnaker rejected the recommendation this and another possible law enforce-
,M1 r' ) Pick up your phone and pending the hiring of a new town ment position may become available.
have it nowContinental Georgia Godsey

(Formerly$ of Woodbum' dam J.welry< ).
C FSP Employee Gets 6-Month SentenceA
M. Will Be Piercing Ears At
Hi Telephone;
Mitchell's 20-year-old medical technician at ries. a maximum five year prison
,, 7s'; Company of the South Drugs Florida State Prison who pled guiltyto term.

I I You can always call on us. Wednesdays ThursdaysAnd charges of introducing contrabandinto Assistant Prison Superintendent
i the prison was sentenced to six Richard Dugger said during the
) Saturdays months in prison Monday by Circuit testimony the drugs cause serious
(( Ear Piercing FREE Court Judge Osee Fagan. problems in the prisons because.they
". Brett Wesley Greenway, who was are very marketable.
) caught July 18 with approximately 17 The stiff penalty was supported by
I An Equal! i Opportunity bnpbiyer Of A ,5"Starter Set grams of marijuana in his underwearwas Assistant State Attorney Tom Elwell,
also put on three years probationin who said the court is taking a firm.

_. .. .. '" '." '" addition to the prison sentence.!* tough position on contrabands,Elw .r' '-" .. This was s first offense. said he will '
.e:4.: .. <_. .. 'L Greenway : prosecute [vorjtrgl in4
) > ., .... W1.: .. <__.....'..."''n_ MllI'IIAD'II: ..... iiiJ '-.lud r contraband rii:. into id.i prisuons will tdo be,. attempt tlStsnd; to aSH'.fk1.stem the tUCJultaRuc flow of\ drugs.inn: into:

dealt with severely. The offense car the prisons.
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II i Farm WorkerShot After Attempted. BreakInA

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i! 19-year-old farm worker was shot found Neiro lying by the road. r
) I in the groin after trying to break into Neiro was taken to Shands Hospitaland
-I:;, the home of Mrs. Karen Whitehead in then to the Bradford County Jail
r. Reclina Rocker Brooker. when he was released Monday.Correction .
Jose Miranda Neiro, who was stay
ing at a labor camp In Brooker, is be-
,t. ing held on $5,000 bond after he was
i charged with burglary. Neiro may !
also face questioning by immigration
authorities and possible deportation.
In Aug. 9 paper, it was incorrectlystated )
SALE Neiro was shot at by Mrs. that E. I. duPont Co, Inc. will
Whitehead as he struggled through a be finished with the dredge crossingon
window in her mobile home located on SR-16 by November. A duPont
SR-18. After she fired the shot, she representative said work will not
ran to her father's home located nearby begin until November. The Flume
reports said. Road work is being done so traffic can
New Shipment be rerouted when duPont begins their
Warren Mizelle, 56, returned with a work in November. ,
X11i .22 pistol and told Neiro to come out of
the bathroom where he was hiding.
i Just Received according to Deputy Sheriff Samuel,
Eunice. After Neiro refused to come
out, Mizelle shot through the
bathroom door,wounding Neiro in the

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I Inez Crosby Kept Cool.. ',ThroughoutQrdeal With prison EscapeesThe

phone relay system used to in The Inmate were last seen in Fort been abandoned by now. even if she's going out for a few '
form citizen of an prisoner's escape Walton Beach, where they were to Mrs. Crosby refused offers to stayat minutes. And the pumphouse will be
wont work Saturday morning for battevMl to have vteited relative of friends' houses\ saying "1 shed locked, too. Tired Of The Hassle? I
Mrs. Itira Crosby, 78, who was held Griffith. Their whereabouts is here when my husband died
hostage for two hours by two escaped unknown at this time. staying here now. It would Just be sure hope no one ever has to go"
murderers from Union Correctional Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red-- harder ill left and came back." through something like this ever
Institution. dish said it was odd the car hadn't She said she locks her doors now. Mrs. Crosby added.

nocuously Mrs. Crosby's enough-she ordeal was began brushing in When asked how she managed to Try .Unity With ,
keep her cool I
her teeth around 8:30: a.m. Saturday Mrs. throughout the ordeal,
Crosby said she prayed the
and discovered there was no water. ;
She went outside to turn on the pump time. That and kept busy."I I
switch and was grabbed as she walk. ; Eunice
i. ,
ed out her back door by two men In doin'was tremblin and prayin'" and :
prison blues. exactly what they told me, said '
Willie N. Griffith and Frederick Crosby.

Barrett had escaped UCI Friday morning .
Sheriff Reddish described her as"a P' I"" ) .
,after jimmying bathroom win .ins'i' 'I4' "jP.., '
dow open and shorting out the pretty tough old gal"-not the type to .,'t '.)"S r'f :il 'I Is
apart when anything happens. ''
perimeter light '
system. Reddish also said she was very lucky ; .
Griffith, 28, was serving a 25-year q { to have been unharmed. ,, < !I
sentence for the 1976 first-degree Ell\\1 :
murder In Orange County. Barrett. : \ :; sep
28. was serving a 25-year stint for a ltg
1976 murder convinction In Orange
County as well as 45: years for escape Small Wor/cO/ ?
and attempted escape In DcSolo ;

County. DAY CAREOn Elect Elect

Mrs. Crosby said she didn't know .li 4
the men were convicted killers, but Al t The Comer Of'
she did know right away they were inmates ,._ .
--- -
11. Cherry a Bridge St.
by their uniforms. Her hus-
band had been a Bradford County Mrs. Inez Crosby stands In front of the pomp house where she was taken .,'
jailer. hostage by two escapees from UCI Saturday morning.
Open 6:00: 6:00: P.M.

They apparently singled out Mrs.
Crosby's home which sits about a -r .
mile from the Florida State Prison Your F.R.M. Dealer Mon Fit \.! 1
.gates on SR-16 and watched her for ,
a "
Your F.R.M.
day before making their move. .. .
Mrs. Crosby said the two had hid- tcPedI! .. i After School t' >
6' f
den in the pumphouse and watched. i; W. \ Dealer Hours ... j
She said she had been mowing the 301 senll\cS po" 964.811S 1US EuniceD0
lawn Friday and had gone Into the t I
pumphouse and "I didn't see 'em \."'.'fl. SlIec'.'. Pre-Schooi
then." VIe-" 1\
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"They throwed the switch on the ," .,0....a......." ...t\ 1
water pump to get me outside," Mrs. ",\,........ ....... ..
Crosby said. ,,'.,".t,0.........:...... S 7StMs Before School And
And when she sauntered outside to .... .,\&......" ..........
&0.u.-.... After
throw Q.. School
the switch that sometimes gets ., ....... Pick-Up
stuck, she screamed and was told by -"". a
her captors she'd be killed if anyone \S".11" ,
heard the scream and came to help.
Ironlcally her nephew Keith Red- ""OUter Call
dish,did hear the scream and thoughtit
was his mother (also Mrs. Crosby's YEllO1N fee" "t 964-5232
sister), Margaret Reddish.
Mrs. Crosby, In the meantime, was CORM 'ntes
begging her captors to leave her gale\ After 6'p.m. A Man Who" :
unharmed. They told her they had so
nothing to lose If they killed her and if S'1 'sews Phone 964-6365
she made false move she'd be dead. Is 31 years of age......
"I did everything they told me..I
figured if I kept busy they wouldn't
hurt me. And when I wasn't busy 1 satIn I Has resided In Bradford County all his life....:.

the chair in the kitchen," Mrs.
Crosby recalled. Is a graduate of Bradford High School........,
The hungry escapees ransacked the
and Mrs. told
refrigerator, Crosby
o resident of the of Starke native of Bradford
them there was nothing cooked but Is a City -
she! would fix them breakfast. So she Is Ready Fore County......
scrambled some eggs fried some : ; b
ham and made toast. r@o NJ@W@@l1 Has 7 years of law enforcement (1971-1977))......
"They ate that and started looking
through my husband's clothes. The again
Is graduate of Police Standard School and 240 addUtlonal
clothes were too big and they made a ,
54th Mj HM MWCtBMMt I tiMfcMt
me take In the pants for 'em. yW hours......
"I did that While they took turns takIng ', ',CHECK THESE SPECIAL BUYS! .. .- ..".. -- .....-,.-. ,-...-.

a bath had 4.was never,left alone,one, Is presently worklndat the Community State Bank......'
orem a gun on me all the time ft
looked like a homemade gun" she
said. CRAYOLA Writ Right Was a member of the Fla. National Guard for six years.
Then the phone rang. '4'It,1rf
With a to her head.Mrs.Crosby
told her sister she hadn't made her 9 Ocala CRAYONS 6 Subject Theme Book Will work In upgrade your police department through
a.m. beauty salon appointment training and sound business practices......
because the water pump was broken
and she was waiting for someone' to eaGa a 24 CT. 660 200 CT. $1.49Composition Will cooperate with all other law enforcement agencies': | ; J

come"The fix part it. about the broken pump or any other group dedicated to the betterment of our community I

wasn't a lie,"Mrs.Crosby said "My 48 CT. $1.19 ......
sister told me later that my voice Books
never quavered or anything. I tried ,* Will be a full-time chief of police being on call 24 hours j I''
real hard to sound normal..I didn't t work around the clock to and ,.
want her comin' over because if she k. BACK TO SCHOOL a day ready to give you j

did, they would've killed her, I know.I 3 SPECIAL 70 CT. 2 for 77 yours the protection you deserve......
rather them have killed me than her .
and me,"Mrs. Crosby said matter-of. Will provide leadership and give direction to your |

factly. .. ..
police department.
After the escapees had been fed and 90,9 3 Ring Binder Kit !
clothed they took Mrs. Crosby .22 rifle ,\
which she had asked them to Realizes Starke is a growing city and will keep the |

leave because it was her"only protec \1. With clip, filler paper, pencils, department geared to cope with any situation ,that may
tion", her car keys and proceeded to arise...... i

tie"They her up.took a bandage I had on my Arnold comp. book Index, rulor, fir zip kit. =
him the
knee and tied my feet up with that. Asks that you. the citizens of Starke give
Then I told 'em to get some neckties, Pens privilege and honor to serve you as your Chief ofj =

thinking the ties would stretch later, Police.....
and tie my hands. They commentedon 20 Pencils $5.03 NOW
how odd it was. me tellin' them I 12 to pkg.
how to tie me up" she said. T. f Mll|* VALUE $2.98
Mrs. Crosby was bound to the chair Experienced:
and her mouth taped and tied and the 99 i iIducaled
escapees look off in her 1969 Rambler 870 BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL 3
American. Mrs. Crosby asked themto
leave her house keys before they
left, which they did.
"They didn't take no money they
said they had plenty of money...1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES LUNCH KITS
don't know where they got it from," # ,.
she said. CRAYONS SCISSORS ETC. Qualified j
The tie-up that Mrs. Crosby had .
directed wasn't too difficult to get out .
of. She was free in IS minutes and she
grabbed her house! keys and ran down
the road to her nephew's beauty ., Ready To Wear .P
salon."I :

when was 1 got crying there.and" she while said as a sheet Boys and Girls --- -- Vote Sept.l1t j

Why they chose her house. Mr. FRUIT OF THE LOOMUNDERWEAR
ti: s
Crosby doesn't( know. She's lived
there for 22 years, five of them alone, Dresses, Jeans, Polyester t
and She said she was never afraid ,
because nothing's ever happened. Pants, Pant Tops, Hose Boys! Jockay Shorts :. *;\
And Elect :
"Usually them prisoners go along Socks Pocket Books ForTh
the river through the woods 3 Pair .2."
"There are" several ,,'idowslhat live t Girls. ,* .'
out here In this area" .and plenty of fdensh i j '.
cars they could've taken...I just doirt 3 Pair $3.39 .
know" she said, Shirts Jeans Dress Pants _
The phone relay system, which was Boys T-Shirts '
started December of last year is still Belts For The Boys Julius D.
working but because of phone problems r--- 3 For 2.98
could get to Keith's
no one '"
Beauty Salon so the people around : Just received group of printed Men T-Slilrts
that area could be called 3 For $3.88
T Shirts
The system was instigated by Morris tint art so poptrU/ As Your
Carter Jr.. who said he started Rack To Schad SMC!IaI! .
culling as soon as he heard the inmates .

escaped ,': .

"I couldn't get through, but you ? Of Police

five know or everyone six other people.Is supposed Maybe to call this Van H. Priest Company .. ,': .

: will get people back on the ball/' "
Carter said. Never Open On Sunday (Pd. Pot. "4v.).Paid For By Harold Eunice. ",;' ;, ,
Mrs. Crosby said she was sure her 'V. "( '
car wouldn't be returned to her and Is .. I'DOWNTOWN STARKE, FLA. :'\ fi

looking 'for a new one. i

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Wouldn It Be Wonderful I :.\

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...If all the time and energy spent In futile bickering and dickering among some city '

officials and some department heads could be expended. 'Instead In an all-out effort to .

Implement a coordinated plan for the present and future benefit of the City of Starke? ,

community. This would require adequate ..
indeed be wonderful. 1
Yes, Confucius it -
and section of
from all 4IIor'
citizen .
input .
Too bad died 2,457 Maybeyou .
you years ago. from --
in the
the community planning process
could have knocked some commonsense into -

a few heads that seem to be in sore need of the beginning. "The more any plan reflects the the Zell Dukes 71, and Lottie G. Raulerson. 72, I
wishes of the wide overall community,
such treatment. the two oldest Crosby grandchildren, are pic-
more chance it has of being successful lured. with the youngest: grandchild, 8weeksoldvainenne
I the T-U. oColumbus., G..
Not that Starke is the only town that is suffer- observes Carr
YOU NAME IT WE GOT IT No Crosbles went away hungr> from
; ing from the malaise called Jacksonville lack-of-leadership.for in- O.K., Confucius? Maybe that is what's been the annual reunion last Sunday, which brought out the largest crowd lltf11A1L1 $ ,111>BISa

I Big cities have it too. lacking all along-enough INPUT from the community since the family gathering started 35 years ago.!
stance.In .
to force some OUTPUT from the city
administration. Aunt Mary's chicken pilau was good as usual, I
its lead editorial Tuesday the Florida
and Cousin Sophie's carrot cake was better than

Times-Union deplored the fact that Jackson- Starke, like Jacksonville has had plans ever when the Crosby Clan, some 200 strong, I

ville, of the year 1990..or 2020.will in large Students from the University of gathered Sunday at the Lake Butler civic centerto
; part depend upon what plans are, or aren'tmadeand Florida have studied us from stem to stern and pay homage to their ancestors, Philip and I
are or aren't carried out in the near Clarissa from the tradi-
drawn up plans that would no doubt have Bragg I
future. prevented most, or much, of the decay now per- tional "groaning board," and view family photos

vading Call Street if they had been seriously projected by ,their in-house historian, Barbara I
That could be said of Starke, or Gainesville,
studied and implemented-at least in part-
other town in the U.S.A. Right
or any or city ,
before the cobwebs gathered over them on I
Confucius? Sunday's festive occasion was preceded Satur-
some remote shelf. Instead, they are exhumed feature of the annual /
day by a new get-together, I
brief memorial service
The Times-Union laments that while nearly every few years for a now in its 35th year. A "peanut boiling" was held

every agency in the city has a plan of one kind against a background" chorus of "what might for early-comers Saturday afternoon at the old

or another, "the city has never carried out an have been. Crosby homestead, just south of Brooker. The

overall community-wide plan." See what we from old rambling frame, two-story structure, where 16
Confucius? If one learns anything perusing children than half
mean, romped more a century ago,
: issues of the newspaper, it is that those bygone;
has long since burned, but enough landmarkswere
: "The 1980 Plan, which took years of prepara- years produced leaders who could run rings left to bring fond memories back to those

; tion by the Jacksonville Area Planning Board around anyone now on the political or service- who gathered around the peanut boiling pots,

and its many citizen advisory groups and com organization front. They had plans...they had visited the old swimming hole, and waded againin _, 'r.... .,_:_,. ..L : .. .'...._._
had the
either time,
mittees, was never adopted by the Citf.Coun- promotions..and they or Crosby Creek.
: cil bemoans the T-U. Too bad isn't it, Con- TOOK the time to put those plans and promotions Four generations smile for the camera;
-- fucius, ? into effect. That's how Starke got where it The Sunday session at Lake Butler was Hazel Carlton greal-granmother, Starke; BettyJo

is today-or rather where it WAS before the ineptitude emceed by AI Crosby, Jr., who introduced the Goodson. grandmother; Lakeland; Robin
Carr, mother, Columbus Ga., and daughter,
Jacksonville, like Starke and perhaps ninety of the past few decades allowed it,,to two oldest grandchildren present: Zell Dukes,71, Catherine .

per cent of the towns and cities in the country slip back a generation or two. of Jacksonville, and Lottie Gainey Raulerson,72,
of Okeechobee. Gertrude Waters 87, the only
'...has achieved no consensus of broad goals.
become industrializedcity Are you still with us, Confucius? surviving child of the prolific Phil and Clasissa
Does it want to a large Bradford County (then Columbia) on a
like Atlanta..or should it aim for a more Crosby, was unable to attend because of illness.
homestead just north of Crosby Lake. lie was
tourist-oriented ?" What do think Just a sample of what we mean: Starke usedto \
economy you the great-grandfather of Philip.
Confucius? be known for its strawberries-"the sweetest During the afternoon a collection was taken to

this side of heaven".remember? Now it's replace the grave marker of Berry Crosby, the Looking around the crowded civic center

Jacksonville, like Starke has "produced a equally well known for its raspberries (or pioneer, in Brown Cemetery west of Starke. Sunday afternoon: one awed descendant

number of quality plans" in the past, but rather razzberries-for a more appropriate Berry was the first Crosby to arrive from South observed, "Just think..all this started with

) "shows an extremely poor record of implementing spelling). On a visit to Gainesville this week we Carolina in the 1850s and settle in what is now Uncle Phil and Aunt Clarissa."
with several remarks
those plans." were confronted leering
about the recent goings on in the administration

You that Confucius. of our fair city. Not favorable
) can say again Confucius
publicity, would you say, ? -: -, x -r-

"The planning functions of the past have County ey .FORESTRY
Agents 1 .
Starkeevencttutreelthat .
been centered outside the mainstream ofJacksonville's -,There is nothing wrong with .. : 't
intelligent planningHif, .'. ..... .. Bobbv .. "
some J. OU"l 1IJI.j
This was an at- .. .. .. I
government. 'ji! j
)I ,' tempt to take planning out of politics but it tookit the-well directed'expend}*. 'Ii..N 0 t eDOO 'wN 'llIf. .,

ture of funds would not correct. Fernandirta, Taylor ByMark
so far out that plans were ignored and shelved pIIlNW: !N.4-41HII:
J by the people actually responsible for implementing for instance, obtained a million dollar grantto? F ntension 211I! ; Fries
the refurbish its historic downtown district. Why

plans. not Starke? some information that will help you the point you're tempted to give up
1 get ready to plant your fall vegetable vegetable gardening all together. So
A itself Jacksonville Community The is talkmanship.
group calling answer leadership-not garden. controlling plant di.eases.and.
Council, Inc. is now attempting to get some Right, Confucius? 5 nematodes is one of your moat Impor- Despite the fact that there is hardly
plan off the ground and is placing emphasis on Fungi, bacteria, nematodes and tant tasks. This week I want to a high hill in Florida the Division of

citizen participation in planning for the entire We thought you'd agree. > gardeners plant viruses all over plague the slate.vegetable These .,- discuss some tips on how to do it. fighting Forestry forest is becoming fires in the quite mountains.adept at

lilt disease One reason plant diseases and
-- causing organisms can ruin
That is because almost
each summer -
nematodes such
are problem is that
Loiters To can't most of the Florida agency is asked to
I The EditorROTARY you see them. They produce
a variety of symptoms..blights send.squads of its well-trained men to
.. wilts, plant stunting and distortion assist with fires in other areas.of the
rots, spots and more..but of country.
EXPRESSES Dear Editor: many
APPRECIATION these look like some of the problems
The Hunnicut System and appraisalin caused by improper use of fertilizerand Since mountain fires are the
Telegraph Publishers: Florida, and you should be exceeding any savings account dollar, plus a 1974 Is History. I accept full responsibility herbicides. It's Important to toughest kind, more times than not,
ly proud. bonus of hours of pleasure each year. for all my decisions and ac eliminate these problems by taking that is where the assistance is needed.
The Rotary Club of Starke wishes to Gus Long reviewing each page and reliving the tions. This system Is used by a good care of the garden and using all The latest' call for help came on
commend you and our entire staff on good Old Days! minimum of 30 counties in the state chemicals strictly according to label August 7. when a crew of 19 men was
the outstanding Job done in the production Rockefeller Center directions.You dispatched to Idaho to battle a
including our neighbors Union. Clay,
of your Centennial Issue. NewYorkN.Y. Steel that I should say a prayer of and St. Johns as well as the Depart 400-acre blaze near Coeur d'Alene.
thanks, because if I had lived back ment of Revenue. It Is honest fair really hope you never see Mark Link a forest ranger workingout
We want to thank you especially for (Editor's note: Augustus C. (Gus) then, with one or two of today's and gives all property equal treat disease and nematode damage of Lake Butler., represented this
providing us with a most detailed Long,a native of Starke and son of the phonies in this neck: of the woods also ment. I acted in good faith, and did anyway because once these problems district at the fire.
historical record of Starke and Brad- late Judge A.V. Long and Ruby ving then, there might have been a what I thought was best for the tax- become established in your garden
ford County Through your careful Brownlee Long is Chairman of the lynching party in my honor! The first payers of Bradford County.If it's almoat impossible to do anything "The reason we get so many calls
planning, long hours of hard work Board of The Texaco Company one of letter of the three words in Good Old about them. Prevention is the for assistance is twofold," explained
and dedication to service, you created the nation's largest oil companies. Asa Days spell GOD and He has probably the present office holder feels this answer..and you can prevent Division of Fire Chief Mike Long.
an edition that the entire county can boy, he spent summers on Kingsley saved me from this fate Amen I system isn't fair, and he doesn't ap- nematodes and plant diseases fairly "For one thing our men are good fire
take pride inCongratulations. Lake the Long cottage being next prove why hasn't he taken the Initiative easily without spending a lot of fighters. Florida is one of the few
I door to the Matthews cottage when himself to adopt one of money. states that requires its men to com-
on a job well done! residents of the lake In a nutshell I feel that"prudent In I upon 200-hour
com- plete a
his own choice course.
vestors" would do well to buy several.
muted to their work In Starke The other is
by reason that Florida's fire
William Marchese Secy. copies of this fine Centennial Edition As editorial all You can do several things before
Club horse and buggy over sand trail per your virtually season comes at a different time than
Starke Rotary roads.) while they are still available. This .Is values have remained the same as you plant your garden and now Is the the fire season out West This allowsus
my personal under no influence they were In 1976.! (Ratio 97% not time to do them. Most people think to send men out there during the
Dear Gene: from theBCr.Wm. BI.4'H. We know some adjustmentsin first about using nematlcides and soil summer months without ,risk toFlorida's
Gentlemen: values have been made,one way or fumlganta to control nematodes and fire protection."
My sister, Anne Conant of another.The fact that values have remained plant diseases. But these chemicals
Gainesville, sent me the edition Belated congratulations to the Old Hampton, Fla. the same Is. evidence that the should only be part of your total con- The men using personal leave from
relating to The Telegraph's 100th Pro and the two young men and trol
Tax Roll hasn't been updated and It program. state
firefighting jobs
Anniversary and to the paper's prominence associates, for the excellent Centen- Dear Gene: further reflects that the official has to return last Saturday.were. expected
under the guidance of you nial edition of The Telegraph I do not copied the previous roll, and has
and your great father have enough superlatives In my I have never seen a better anniversary drawn his $23,000 plus per year Believe it or not, garden site selection The fire season in Florida traditionally -
meagre mental dictionary for edition than the 100th of The salary.I is important in disease control. falls between the months of
Last weekend. I look time out and suitable Telegraph Really fine
compliments. very job and We've already said that vegetablesgrow December and April.
read the pages from cover to cover one that does credit to everyone who gather from the editorial, when best in a sunny location. Full
with deep and nostalgic interest. Hindsight Is always easier than had a hand in publishing. value get to the critical point of non- sunlight also helps dry off the plant The U.S. Forest Service coordinates -
Through the years our paths have foresight,and I would have suggested Owen Brice compliance and taxes must be raised leaves in the morning and after national m :tual..ld setup
naturally separated but I can still only two changes In this edition- Lake Wales News the County Commissioners will haveto watering.Since necessary under which the Florida crews are re
remember the names of many of the indexing each section to help the"collectors" assume all responsibilities for the for disease development, a sunny quested.Operating out of a refurbished -
families that lived In Starke when I who will be reading this Dear Gene Bob and John: Increase. garden spot will help keep your military base at Boise, Idaho, the
was a young boy and the town of my Issue years from now and I vegetables; disease free. Forest Service keeps track of:
birth Is remembered with great affec also have included the autograph of When the millage cap is reached available nationwide.I
tion. "Gene Matthews"If Enjoyed reading your anniversary and if no update of values Is made crews
Issue last evening. Having put out a we,the taxpayers and citizens,will be Make sure your garden has proper .
Crews from .
I congratulate you on your success person has a good flat, dry couple of BO-year Issues I can appreciate led down the Primrose Path as they drainage. Some gardeners elevate' ed 8 other states were call
the Idaho
in The after these Centennial the amount of time and effort One is to to fires, along with the;
carrying on Telegraph space for storage, .were in Cleveland. their entire garden. way lay Florida 'f
you acquired it from your father. You Editions will have a collector's valueIn Involved. Congratulations on a job Gene LoneEditor' out a frame of railroad ties and fill it crews.

I have been'great credit to Bradford future years, and each dollar spenton well done. in with garden soil. If you have a level "The U.S. Forest Service is currently .
I County, Starke, and the State of one now will be worth more than Sonny Stalls Note: Mr, Long is a former garden, at least raise the rows slight ) coordinating an effort to
Clewiston News property appraiser of Bradford County the surrounding area.This is establish uniform
training course ins
serving until 1976.
to make sure that rainwater from all states; which will make the
The figure of ..4. used in the other parts of your yard doesn't wash tional mutual-aid
program even more-
Telegraph's editorial of August 16 .U into the garden bringing disease causing efficient" said.
B11ADFbRD Long "Florida is oneof
COV the state's projection of< Bradford
organisms with it. '
the states involved in
I developing
County's assessment ratio for 1979. "
program. Such a would
rtrU1cvP0NC ",The assessment ratio for 1974, !the tilling the soil at least six inches help to cut down on communications course
year of the Hunnlcut reappraisal, was deep,.... we've recommended differences and to familiarize fire''
96%; in ins It was 94%; 1978. 97%; earlier, also helps in disease and fighters with the unique fire situa-! I
A,and since that time due largely to the nematode control. tlons of each region
.. BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Inflation factor the ratio has been '
: steadily declining: 1977 "' ..51m.; "We never had to request
SINCB 1m Publish*** Always buy disease free seed. I
91.1%; and 1979. 86.3%. assistance from another state and:
; ; Many diseases can be transmitted by J hope! to never have to." Long ?
I Published each Thursday and entered as scn4 Class Manic at Ms.Pest Office at Start, Fla.under Act.f Ui j The state will likely Insist that appniaal diseased seed..especiaUy with beans "but It I. lure' "tee to know tEat the? I
Marti 3t ill. 4-. II ratios on the sea tax roll be and peas. Try to get vegetable seed, help is there if we ever need it. The'
Subscription. rat.hi 1rs4.....t S*Pr Year 91 Six Months.OvtsM I brought up to at least the 90%mark or produced: in the drier climates of the new training course will nuaIUt"US' I
I Phone fU.4_ *trae a>..> tit Pr Vtar fJ.sella Monttis. "ama pMrWfl .i?; the tax roll stands a.chane of being area because they are usually more efficient when we respond to
rejected. relatively disease free. 1
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Paulk Open Housj!''Held! Sunday AfternoonTo ColiegStuderits;Given Going ;1

"'r 4t"';' ,,, Meet Adopted Baby Away Party August 15 ;
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: The home of the the laker andwere :
Mrs. Hazel Paulk on patio overlooking
Valerie Jones
Sherri Norman and
flower mementos to remember 1e
Crosby Lake was the setting for a served similar refreshments. by '"
a surprise going party :
gave away occasion.
house Mrs James t
family open Sunday afternoonto Young. August 14 at the home of
1. Tuesday Games sports and refreshmentswere
meet the four month old adopted Among the 70 attending were the
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Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Norman on SR- d
;, \ l ? son. David Wayne, son of Wayne and families of the McRaes, Underbills, enjoyed during the party hours.
leE for Cindy and Donna Thornton,
i4 The cake was decorated hvarange i
Cheryl Edwards or Jacksonville.Mrs. Paulks and the Edwards. Also atten-
Robin Milner and Pam Stalnaker who
Jack Edwards of Starke is the paler ding was the great granddaughter and white with two graduatfeft* -f.
grandmother. Cara Nicole Andrews three weeks old are going to college this faiLThe on each end of the cake. *
'J", honorees were given hand sewn At points of interesUih the party
Hostesses with Mrs. Paulk were daughter of L.D. and Karen Andrews.The
Mrs. Ervln Andrews Mrs. Vernon hostesses presented the baby rooms were arrangements' of yellow
Reddish Mrs. Jack Underbill Mrs. with a baby stroller as a momento of KLPOA Meeting To Be and white flowers.
: ; Ronnie Tomlinson and Mrs. famesYAttppoints the occasion. Enjoying the occasion wera 'Sl jtf
Held Saturday MorningThe guests. f
Interest throughout the
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party rooms were hanging baskets Eastern Star Supper, Lake
and arrangements of marigolds.The Owners Association will have Property a direc- Mrs. Jim Montuoro amS daughtersof
refreshment table was covered August 25 tor's meeting Saturday at 10 a.m. at Tampa visited her sister?Mrs.JImmy -
_ with a white cutwork cloth and the Klngnley Lake Civic Center. Hall and daughters In Gainesvilleand
centered with a silver epergnette fill Starke Ail her father Mac Baldwin In
chapter /22. Order of the members as well as the directors
../' ed with yellow and white mums and Eastern Starke over the weekend.
Star will have a covered dish are cordially invited to attend.Jimmy.
four yellow candles.Trays of cookies
R"f supper,Saturday.August 25,at 7 p.m.
? s sweets and cakes were served. Mrs. in the Masonic Hall.
{ Jack Underhill aunt of the couple
All Masons and their families
presided at the punch bowl. Invited are R 1 EPPS
: I to a tt en d. .
.' x The children's party was held on

Jeanne Alice Fleenor, CLUB RESULTS i
.. .... ,, ReddishTo Kris SonL and Eva Mathewsonwere 1P.d.w.eProf.rbnal Mason Iradlordlodga ':
1 i. .pn D.
f r a F A./ r O" "" """""' Gregory -f. ttS ,
the winning couple at Duplicate ,
, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosier Bridge Club Tuesday night. Lora i."n. .
Wed August 25 Frances and Rhea Johnson were second r "

Daniel Rosier and Kathy Perry Wed and were Lucile third.Green and Cell Terwillegar Vote r: Vote

Miss Jeanne Alice Fleenor, ,: .t'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. .. ,;
: July 7 in Morgan Road Baptist Church Fleenor of Lake Worth and Gregory n.Awl".l Sept,11
Dolpn Reddish son of Sheriff Dolph
Reddish.Starke and Ms. Shirley Mr.and Mrs.Edward H.Jackson of ?
i Morgan Road Baptist Church of sculptured neckline was accented CHIEF Of POLICE:
St. will be
Carpenter Augustine the birth of
Lawtev was the setting for the wed-' a
with seed pearls and long pointed Police Acad Graduate
united in Derek t ny
marriage Saturday, August son Edward on July 26.
ding of Daniel Rosier, son of Mr. and
sleeves. The dress with
was layered
25,at 7 in St.Andrew's Maternal
p.m. Episcopal grandfather is Sidney W,
Mrs. Bobby V. Rosier of Lawtey to cathedral
lace which extended Into a
Church in Lake Griffis
Kathy Perry daughter of Mr. and train. Her toque headpiece was Sr. and paternal grandparents "The Peopl es Choice"
All friends and relatives Invited
are are Mr. and Mrs. Blake :
Mrs. Cecil W. Perry of Winter Park.
covered with satin, trimmed with attend.
to Jackson all of Starke
Rev. J.T. Parrish performed the
seed pearls and sequins and securedher
,nuptials Saturday July 7 at 7 p.m. veil of illusion trimmed with mat- 1
The altar was highlighted with two ching lace with (iridescent"sequins.She .
large baskets of white and pink wore a gold choker, a gift of the
gladiolus, daisies of pink yellow and groom.She carried a nosegay of satin
blue and carnations of white and pink. daisies and baby's breath accented
Against background were branched with one cattleya orchid with lace
candelabras with yellow tapers. bow and streamers. Introducing:
Presenting a program of The reception was held at the
music were Mrs. Elaine Starling, Raiford club house.
pianist and Mrs. Sylvia A. Reddish The bride's table was covered witha
soloist. baby blue linen cloth overlayed with
) Claude Revels served as best man. white lace. The four tiered wedding :
,Ushers were Tom Weeks and John cake was decorated with pink blue
Maynard. They wore tuxedos with and yellow flowers and topped with a qkL
pastel shirts to match the bridal bride and groom trimmed In yellowsilk
attendants.Mrs. flowers. Mrs. Sharon Dobbs and
Donna J. Moody attended as Miss Merrell Hart presided as .
maid of honor. She wore a blue sun- servers for the bride's cake.
dress gown and carried a nosegay of The groom's table was covered witha ,,
silk flowers in rainbow colors. 4
white linen cloth and the groom's Jr
Bridal attendants were Mrs. Ken- cake was a two layer chocolate cake / .
dall An R0sier, groom, wej Dink' an Laur "' ho>Mirslster of the groom standing by the carrIage. Wording . : :
groom wearing blue eyelet sun- on the cake was "Get Me To The
dresses. Both carried nosegays of silk Church On Time",
flowers in rainbow colors. The punch table was covered with awhile
Leslie Thomas Jr. was ring bearer. linen cloth centered with a
Misses Laurasue Rosier and Hester crystal punch bowl filled with fruit
Rosier, cousins of the groom were punch. Presiding was Mrs. Betty
flower girls. They wore white satin Candy A similar punch bowl was
overlayed with two tiers of white dot- filled with champagne punch presided .
ted Swiss dresses similar to the by Miss Denise Griffis. r .tI.
bride's gown made by the groom's Misses Brandy Dobbs and Sherrell I
i mother. Canady passed out the rice bags
The bride was escorted down the aisle decorated with two gold rings tied
by Tom Weeks and John Maynard. with white satin ribbon.
She wore a white bridal gown of chan- Following a wedding trip to Disney I. Jc
tilly lace with a fitted bodice. The World the couple is residing in Winter

Park. Introducing:

The William Carters I

f BIRTHS ] Entertain at Dinner" "'0 .z. ,Fall Fashions t \

Party Aug. i 1'5

at 1 0% off
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Griffis of Mr. 'and Mrs. Wiliam E. Carter RIIfl
Graham announce the birth of their gave a dinner party Wednesday,
baby daughter Amanda Nicole on August 15 at St. Mark's Parish House
August U, at Alachua General for their son David Allen Carter and Thursday .
Hospital.Maternal. fiancee, Montez Laura Ritch. Friday Saturday i
grandparents are Mr.and Dinner was served at U-shaped
{Mrs. Jeff Baker of Hampton. table where the head table held an arrangement Aug. 23, 24, & 25
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and of pale yellow carnations
rl\lrs. J.A. Griffis of Graham. light blue pompoms white daisies
Paternal great grandparents are and baby's breath. Seated at the head We would like to introduce
:Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Taibi of table were the honored couple their '

Graham. parents and Re.v and, Mrs. John. i 9''I you tQ our new store in
sister Kelli .
Amanda joins a Fhnn. ; ''t II
,Danielle 18 months of age Smaller similar arrangementswere I Bradford Square.
placed at the side tables. .
-. -- .- The 32 guests( Included ,the Im-
mediate families and the wedding 7
Louie and Ramona Johns of party. Come in dnd'browse around
Brooker are proud to announce the Assisting in serving were!Mrs. Levi! t ;
birth of (their son. Logan teaman on Whittle. Mrs. Henry Godwin Mrs. ,y ,
July 26 at Alachua General Hospital Richard Jockel and !Mrs. Oren :-: '
in Gainesville. Derkman. You'll find Srarke's. finest selection of f.
Logan joins his brother. Trey age
'3. fashions, .jewelry, lingerand children's
: Maternal grandmother is Mrs. /

Geralding Norman Rondez of DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS clothing? .*. ." VISA
Homestead. *v .'
Paternal grandmother Is Mrs
Agnes Johns cf Brooker. Is We are prow,; olf bur fresh. ne -' ppearance
Maternal great-grandmother "

Mrs.-Beulah Norman of Lawtey 964-7954 and wart.. .to. shae. (; it with; your" .., ,"..',.r
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\ While '&'he take advantage of Fall
\c' Chariot Sehaefer .,. yotj- ;; our '

e City Commission Group 2 ji \ Fashion Spjet-M 'All of our new fall fashions -

"., ** *. )V dresses, ':skirtsbjouses! :: vests, sweaters jackets!
A.Man Of Proven
1 pants are'now 10% off!

.:'?8 Years As A City r

'Commissioner &' 3 Years R 'L Lay A Way Personalized Service Free Gin Wrapping,

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.Stands For tfo esW And Integrity Leila's Dress ,& Gift Shop

The People Of Starke
Will Listen
Pd, Pol, Ado.
a/>/ Bradford Square ,Starke Hours; 900 to 5:30 i
Nt irtroll4 By, Ant,8roar f a f; c r.. Seh..f"

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I Harold W. Epps Celebrate HOPE GOSPEL BAPTIST SING CHURCH >tl''9'. Volunters Of America.

25th Anniversary Aug. 7 The Hope Baptist Church will have. Celebrated first

a gospel sing on Saturday. August,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Epps Angela. at 7:30: p.m. featuring the Lovett", Birthday Aug. 18 'fir'llMl
celebrated their 2Sth wedding anniversary After the dinner they attended a Brothers from ThomasvUle Ga.
I on Tuesday August 7, with musical\ "Light Shine" at the First The public\ invited to attend at the ,4nr dlv
dinner at the Western Steer SteakHouse Baptist Church in Middleburg where church 7 miles south on Sft 100. Volunteers of America group homeof /1'It s rf
with their children Bobby and Bobby was percussionist and soloist. Starke celebrated Its& first anniversary > 'f }4f r
August IS with a lawn party !
which we hope will be an annual affair
with a summer dance and
barbecue. l lI.

This\ event was enjoyed by all local
Is group homes and the out of town girls\
SchQol Open and boys group homes of Putnam
County. There were 80 plus clients ..
with great.their chaperones. The food was

Itc .- 9h1k They had a menu of grilled ham
7A'\\\ I ..,J burgers hot dogs barbecue chicken
.. '"' and all the trimmings. There were
salads of all kinds and potato chips
I -. all varieties of cupcakes and gallons
1 of tea and punch.Volunteers .

of America had a
L beautiful sheet cake with clowns and
pastel roses on It. "Volunteers of
America" was written in the center.
4 The cake was large enough to cut 100
slices from It. .
All sorts of games were played and ,
prizes were awarded to the winners.Boys ,
and girls danced until they were
about to drop but they did not stop
there. A wonderful friend Mrs.
Wetzel brought her accordian and r
the boys and girls sang their hearts
out. Of course: all the client knew
Mrs. Wetzel because she worked 12

years with them at Sunland Training '''''''....,..,. -- _....... ....
Center.They love her very much.She
JJChildren the worlds had not seen some of them for a longtime Mr.and Mrs.David Lee Godsey
are but they remembered her with I
fondness.All Kimberly Kay Hall, David Lee Godsey Wed July 20
of the clients were very full,
valuable tired but happy. Volunteers of Kimberly Kay Hall and David Lee Mrs. Grady A. Hall of Jacksonville.
most resource America group home of Starke would Godsey of Starke were united in mar The groom is the son of Mr. and
like to express their heartfelt Tinge July 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Victory Mrs. David Lee Godsey of Starke. I
gratitude and thanks to the people for Baptist Church. The couple now reside in Jackson
their support and manpower in the The bride\ the daughter of Mr.and ville.
and itsfuture. best for the past year. We would not try to list all

hope many the donations guts that, the have parties been given and the or Joy Williams and Charles D. Hutto

II the services that have been provided.The I
restaurants and the merchants To Wed August 31

John F. Kennedy deserve special thanks. Special
thanks also to the boys and girls from Mr. and Mrs. James A.Williams of The wedding will take place Friday.
Palatka group homes for traveling Hampton announce the engagementand August 31 at 8 p.m. at the Hampton
far.Many approaching marriage of their Baptist Church Hampton, with a
volunteers worked very hardto daughter.Joy to Charles Daniel Hut- reception following at the church.All I I
make tb\.la\ success and it certainly: to. son of Willie N. Hutto of friends and relatives are invitedto
Drive was.Volunteers Tallahassee and Mrs. Maggie L. attend.
Carefully of America had three
Myrick of Quincy. Fla.
volunteers that worked from beginn- -
ing to end cleaning up: Sherryl Berry,
Joyce Wainwright, and Sheryl Sapp. Did You Know....... I
A Message From The Without these girls the staff would _,
Bradford Education AssociationLocal never have been able to provide all Bradford HOger A.High nelly School, a 1969 and graduate a 1973" ui Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green and fami
the Thank girls for
services. you, ef the
of Florida. ly of Tallahassee spend
of the University
fort above and beyond the call of duty. with his mother, Mrs. Lex .
3603 FEA/United AFT AFL/CIO Our motto at the Starke Volunteersof graduated Summa Cum Laude from weekend .
School of In Birmingham Green.
Cumberland\ Law
America facility II, "When love
1f 27, 1979.
Alabama on May
and skill
miracle! together..expect a Roger was fifth in his class out of 250. Dr. and Mrs Kiert Sundusadee and
-; i He had a grade point average of 2.71 Dr. and Mrs. Sarnt Sarntinoranont
Thanks for first
again making our
scale, and started to work entertained 12 guests Sunday for
3 point
) on a
1,birthday so Joyful. Volunteers of
1904] District Court of Appeals friends from Thailand.
with the Second -
home of Starke want
America; group
Florida June 11,
RSTABLISHED 964-5289 ;you to know you are the most wonder- in Lakeland on
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,;iul people in the world. Hope to see 1979. Vote forablecfl'1 III
fcyou next year.we plan to be bigger ,Clot out Sal* *. Wlnder 7r3t/ijroitndlk k J. '| .ChorL.ji;_ t I
) better stronger as time goes on.:God tlonera Priced from SI5. N.w Frir Your City CommissionCroup '
.bless. from $m. limited' llm only. S.wy.r- 2
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Do we have a sale for you !11! ? DIXIE CRYSTALS

Come in and see our huge election ol Bedding. Badcock bedding It constructed In our own factory '
by skilled craftsmen utilizing the lined material accordance with the highest quality control standard : !' ; : t rj SUGAR
All Badcock bedding meets slrenueous government regulations. Eiperlence a truly superb'goodnights s
sleep with one ol the finest sleep sets money can by.
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A KMik ol .ic rn<.from Satfcock I tradition el era badding'
A supvtb. MMP. uml dnigrwA cr n" and GUARANTEED bare ;. WXIECAYSTALt p
you tr*. utttmai m _pir9 comfoftfRtl .
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I .. ., Prgpei Sale Saturday
The Methodist Youth tlpgan ,t e elect mm*fWWif*' .* ye" "* .
month of August with a retteaf In fJte Sunday,Al> u taj.A lWlyel6fMlar Over 176slua =? ASoma el: the other items to be auctioned
Great Smoke)' Mountains from are presently being made'up for the tw6 us : off Include an electric organ,
August 1 thru Cherokee group new year. One of the first activities' bus. are up for Mto at a puMIc.uetion6 carpet, typewriter, projector, furniture k tli
camped near North the new year will boa youth revival to Saturday Aug. 25, at Ute schoolsystem's and more.
Carolina and visited Gatllnburg be held in late September. Operations Center, 519 N. As far as the working conditions of
Tenn., the Blue Ridge Parkway Orange St., scheduled to begin at 9 the Items are concerned. Register

Looking>Glaze Falls and Sliding Rock CIRCUS WORLD a.ra.fc.B. said some may need major or minor
,On of the highlights! of the trip was Mrs. Jackie Johns' group will be : Register Jr., director of opera- repairs and some of the items work.
watching the performance of ''Unto making a trip to Circus World on floes, lAys he expects to receive ap All of the Items may be Inspected ,
Theo the HUta" which tells the history of September l. Be sure to come to the ed proximately items $3.000 for all the discard prior to the auction day any time between
Cherokee Indians. be anticipates to sell by V and 3 at the
meeting this Sunday and get all the InformatiOn a.m. p.m. Operations
Attending the retreat which was en- about the trip. Last Sun- noon. Center located near the Brad
titled Hand in Hand were: Mr. and day, Mrs. Johns' group enjoyed a cool Register said his estimated sale. ford MiddlexbooL J.
Mrs. Glen Polk Mr. and Mrs. Don evening of fellowship as swimming figure is a conservative one, however, School principals have first choice
1 Denton, Jason Polk, Randall Polk. guests of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark. because this auction will not be as at the Junk items. They have unW
Dale Jones, Tammy Denton, Todd Everyone had a wonderful time. large as the auction held last year, Friday noon to mark any Items they
Denton, Trade Denton Chuck which brought in 15,300. The largest want to use in their schools.:
Williams, Kevin Miller, Randy Red items to be auctioned off will be the "The public: Is cordially invited to

dish Scott Polk, Christen Sabo, Jeff vehicles, Register said. buy all our junk," Supt. Tom .......
Lawson and Vince Culverson. Pine Level Group Last year's auction had many more ?. said in Monday night's school bard .r. i
The group enjoyed a wonderful ;f'oJR'turnB vehicles up for sale than this year, which the sale of
L; Mechanics
Christian which Is the for at Operation Center next to automobile and school bus to be auctioned a
fellowship and reason his low '
together. devotions experience held From estimated figure, he said. "a o Items was authorized. off on Saturday. From left to right...Ronny Norman Carl Vantant, Edwin i I
were Trip
by Don Denton, Scott Polk. Kevin .. ,! Vlckery and William Bottle.POURON ,:
\ Miller and Glen Polk. t
Twenty-four young people and
END OF SUMMER PICNIC counselors from Pine Level Baptist !
Members of all the youth Church: returned Saturday, Aug. tl
their families and friends are Invitlt from a week-long trip attended by ObituariesRobert '
join In the end of the summer picnic more than BOO c.mpel'1llrom all over THE
to be held at Stricklands Landing ..tKll'1gsJey the nation at the Bill Rice Ranch in
E.Allen, Sr.
Murfreesboro ALJ1
Tenn., located near
Lake this Saturday,.August the Cumberland Mountains.The THIS ;
25, from 12 noon until 6 p.m. included Robert Allen, formerly of Kauf
Everyone, Is requested to bring young ages from Paul man, Texas, and a resident of "
their owlt\fable} service and covered Levin karate Dr. Gainesville for 45 years died Saturday SUMMER!
dish.Drink will be furnished. Supperwill and president expert of the BlakeneYi August 18. A retired printer for ,
be from p.m. Until 0 p.m. Rice m. many years, Mr. Allen was a member
of North Central Baptist Church of -
PLANNING AHEAD: In addition, the young people were Gainesville. ,
involved in with other
with the
The youth begin new year
new school year that begins in teams. Other events Included swimming Survivors Include two sons, JamesR.
September. All youth groups Will horseback riding, frog races Allen of Gainesville and Robert E. 'i'i'I
watermelon walks, hikes a rodeo
Allen, Jr. of Starke; his stepmother,
Mrs. Era Allen of Columbus,
.L.Jloan-Mow The 24 young people present were: Georgia; four brothers, Carey Allenof
Youth director Don Hallgren, bus Ft. Worth, Texas John of Grand.
from CA
page driver Robert Gockley, counselor Prairie, Texas, Dwight Allen of
Mrs. Eula McRae is a patient in Hazel Dudding, Denise Connell, Con Gainesville and Marlin Alien of Corpus -. 4 CENTRAL
North Florida Regional Hospital. nie Moody Debbie Moody, Donna Christie, Texas; one sister, Mrs.
Moody, Ann Hutchins, Melissa Bob King of Grand Prairie,Texas and
George Flynn, Sr. was a patient in Jackson,Marty Dudding, Randy Dud- five grandchildren. .
North Florida Regional Hospital the ding, Tim Dudding, David Jackson "HEAT&AR .
week. Randy Alvarez Ricky Alvarez, Burial was in Hillcrest Memorial'''!
past Howard Hughes, Derek Alvarez, Park Tuesday, August 21 under the I; j

Friends of Mrs. Alice Barron will be Greg Alvarez, Joey Stalnaker, Terry direction of Johnson-Hayes Funeral I Completely Installed
hear her sister, Mrs.MarthaJohnson Martin, Robert Martin Paul Johns, Home of Gainesville. ': '
of Miami, is out of the inter Jimmy Tomlinson and Wendell 2. TON I
live care unit following a heart at mlinson. ,
tack. Mr.Brady E. McLeod.64 'W SYSTEM
Mr. Brady E. McLeod age 64, of B! ,

Mrs. Cindy Householder and Starke, was killed Tuesday eveningon w2'T* (Plus any necessary eie c. work)
children of Bushnell were last Tues- Highway 301, 2 blocks North of
Highway 16. He was struck by a semi "' WE SERVICE
day to Friday guests of her! mother, ALL MAKES
Mizell and Mr.-and Mrs. truck while crossing the highway. .
Mrs. Bettie
l J' Born In Andalusla, ) .'
Raiford Epperson.Miss Alabama AND MODELS OF CENTRAL
February 8, 1915, he had lived in
Starke for the past 31 years. Mr,' AIR CONDITIONING :
Sandra Coe of Fairmont, W. McLeod was an Army and NaVY .
Va. spent last week with her uncle veteran, serving In WW2. He retired Hg1 SYSTEMS .
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren. in 1978 from the DuPont Corporation, *MF
They visited points of interest in where he worked as a mechanic.

Florida while here. A heavyweight on a long Survivors include: his wife, Macll '. CONTRACTS AVAILABLE
wire set to swinging will Conner McLeod
Starke two
Mrs. Joan Chitty and daughters, -
appear to change the daughters, Carolyn Brewington, High ... ..
Sandra and Karen and Mrs. J.E. Den- (cc-- ,
mark and daughters, Stacey and direction of its twing. In Springs and Brenda McLeod, Starke; 1:5 :
fact, it It the sarm'* rotation TTT
two ,
Allison spent the weekend at Alta- sons Bobby McLeod Starke and
that move the ground Charles
McLeod Ft Bran N.C.;
mont Spnngs. underneath the pendulum. one brother, Jugs McLeod, Mobile,
Alabama one sister, Verlln Beasley, 'C

Pensacola and thirteen grand- < 'j l.: J

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; aer'vicesfor.Mr. McLeo4. ,
THERDbWHEshjob .n!'ra fen 4.o.. ;: ?
will be held at 2:30: P.M. Friday In the j1r' Wt0140'ITIOMNG iNC. j
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ,

NEED US Chapel with Rev. Johnny Yarborough EXPERTS .
officiating. Burial will be in Crosby ::=.
Lake Cemetery. JACKSONVILLE 781-4440 STARXE SS4.77OT BEACHES 245-6471

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I Mrs. Laura Belle Brown Celebrates90th Personals' J. ." Stephanie, Green and Glenn Parker Wed July 28 t I IL

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Birthday Sunday, August 19 Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr.,returned James A. Green of r SUrke and Mrs.
Glenda Green of Gainesville an-
Wednesday of last week after a
Mrs. Laura Belle Brown, youngest week's visit In Greenville N.C., nounce the marriage of their
daughter of the late David G. and where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyn- f i 'Q' daughter Stephanie to Glenn Parkerson
wood Walters and daughter of Connie Parker of Jacksonville
DeLaney Hall Jones, pioneer Hampton Mandy.
The married July 28
couple were on
% citizens, was guest of honor at a They also spent several days In by Rev. Wayne Schmldtt at the St. Andrews -
AshevUle N.C
reception held at the City Hall In Lutheran Church in Jacksonville
Hampton on Sunday, August 19, from
In the of both Immediate -
Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Herlong and presence 4
3 to S p.m. In celebration of her 90th
and Mrs. Mark Herlong of Jackson .P4 families.
birthday (August 21)
The bride is employed as hostess at
ville Sunday afternoon
Hosts for the occasion were three of were visitors
of their mother Mrs W.F. the Starke Holiday Inn.
Mrs. Brown's children and a Herlong.
Mr. Parker is a Correctional Officer
daughter-In-law Mrs. Kathryn Car- t
at Florida State Prison.
bone, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and Mn. J.B. Bakken visiting her son

Frank Brown, and a nephew and and daughter-in-law SPJ and Mn. 1I+) :" -' aati
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. 111 Gary week.Bakken in Goldsboro N.C. this Mrs. Lu Rivera, of Kingsley Lake is
Mrs Lynn Hall, Miss Peggy in the Jacksonville NAS Hospital,
Crawford and Miss Jessie May Bran- where she underwent surgery two
Mr. and Mn. David Canova and
nen assisted with ho pltalltl...
weeks She is expected to remainIn ...
Brian and Jason ... ... ago. .
sons Thursday
A color scheme of yellow, green and 1" --- the hospital for another two weeks -
white was used for the floral decorations to Monday visiting Mr. and Mn. Lyn- Ramon Merchant before returning home. Mn. Glenn Parker
J wood Walters In Greenville. N.C. ...
and refreshments.During -- -'- Charles Pooser -- ..-- ..
the party hours approx. Mrs. Laura Belle Brown
imately 100 guests called with expressions Joey Bakken and Nelson Green Ramona Marchant and DWIGHT SLATER'S
of good wishes and bringing visited Miss Eoline Green at Disney
Mrs. Brown a shower of lovely gifts Starke Personals' World over the weekend. Charles Pooser Plan

I and cards. & Seat
Special guests present were Rev. Mn. Allen Messmore of Temple U.S. 301 S. .
i James Shaw, pastor of the Hampton David Browning Is a patient In St.Vincent's HIH, Md. and Mrs Clyde Cone of Sept. 22 Wedding 7 A.M. 12 P.M. & Walnut St
I Christian Church and Miss Norma Hospital. Brooker were Saturday visitors of
Sweeney, a native of Hampton, now a Mn. Ida Lee Plummer and Mr, and ,
I missionary in Brazil.J.J'lJou.Kno. Sonya Tenly Baldree graduatedfrom Mn. M.F. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marchant COKE
Santa Fe Community Collegelast announce. the engagement of their MOTOR OIL "
week as an hpnor student Chace Hardy of Phoenix Arts was daughter, Ramona Lynn to Charles $139 OR

weekend guest of his parents, Mr.and Scott Pooser, both of Starke. 3 Ots. PEPSI"f29 Tax
Vote For a fleet Mn. Charles Hardy while In Fort Mr. Pooser Is the son of Mr. and 16
; Charles Schoolor Lauderdale on business. Chace along Mn. A.C. Pooser of Birmingham AL. Plus Tax Dep.
,., Your City Commlnlon with his parents Mr. and Mrs Hardy Wedding Is planned for September 22
Croup Mr. and Mrs Robert Milner, Jr., of In The First Baptist Church of Starkeat Gordon's ALL BRANDS. BEER
on September 11 Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy 2:00 p.m. r
Kenneth a New D.Sales Chitty Managers'recently School- of Gainesville attended the Alhambra All friends and relatives are cor. *189 $t | Q Case
which was conducted at the Home Of. Mrs. W.H. Thomson Is visiting her dinner theater Saturday afternoon. dially Invited to attend. Qal. Over CostEVE1DAY

fice of Liberty National Life In. son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and
surance Company in Birmingham, Mrs. Phil Jacobs and family In
Alabama.The Roslyn Heights N.Y. for 10 days.
school Is part of a six-month
sales management development program Tommy Reddish son of Mr. and
In which Mr. Chitty is currently Mrs. Drew Reddish, has recently I
enrolled. The remainder of the course moved to Ocala where he Is Assistant
consists of a self-study cor- Manager at the newly opened
respondence course administered by Western Steer Steak House there.
Liberty National's Management
Training Department. Mr. Chitty is a
Sales Manager in Liberty National'sGainesville Clo. out Priced Solo on from Window$I19. Unit Now AlrcondlHonors ........-
office. from S2tt. limited tlmo only. SO"" .,- If
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Slade Co and Applionco 331 W.
Madison '* .7701.
Cloi out Sal. en Window Unit Alrcondl-
tioncr Priced from $!".. N.w Freeter
from S299. limited time only. Sow,.,. Mrs. W.H. Holland, mother of Mrs. e I. I l e ,
Slade Ga. end Appllencei. 332 W.Madl.on S.L. Peek,Jr., underwent hip surgery S
9A4-770I. Tuesday In Alachua General

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cissy
celebrated their 28th wedding an- M.A. Baldwin attended the 1980 ...
niversary on August 18. the Oldsmobile weekend.showing in Atlanta over PANTRY ;

Vote For a Elect -

Chorlei, Schooler Clote Solo Window Unit Alrcondl.tlonon _
out on It!: ,
Your City Commlnlon Priced from '1". New ,....... \ .
Croup Ion from SJtt. Limltod lime, _ry. Sawyer. .
".... Get ..d Appliance. .. 332 W. falls> WMI I It 1/M
September 11 Medium 9447701.Mr. Fresh Green Onionsllvl 49"
0 'lit r-ltall IMIM BMI
Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar and Mrs. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Fresh Slaw or Salad *', 49"
Martha Dorko the weekend in .
fivl 4r dill M
Sanford Mr. and Mrs. James celebrated her birthday by spending Fresh 14"New
visiting Radishes
the weekend at the Hilton Hotel in .
) McKay Truluck, Mrs. Dale Scott of U. a'n Mw .
Coranado. Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. Her son and daughter- BANANAS NECTARINES Crop Yellow Onions u 19
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hitch
J.H. Truluck.Mr.
un w mw .':1
) of Gainesville the University treated Club them on Saturday to dinnerat Georgia Red Sweet Potatoes 4ns S100 I

and Mrs Fred Wheeler Sr. night ouMt/ I nC ..s$21SCarrnll Fresh Green Cukes 6.M1 _
took their older grandchildren to Six
Gun Territory for a day's sightseeingand Mr. and Mrs. JLA. Lawson spent '4'1 t tt? Ir' ;;"Bartlett'EatitPeilr a9b1e IseM4989c i
rides Monday Aug. 20 Accompanying Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and K

) them were Mrs. Glenda Oak Mrs. Joe Jordan and family in Live "" 1.111 IMMIIMMSno-White' Mushrooms ,rear{! $ I49 .1
heeler.. her two sons. Ritchie LB .
Dean; Bo Randy. Stefan and Jen- EACH MWHMtmwU.S. u'si9C
NO. I Chef Potatoes
Vote of a tl.dCh.rl..Sch..f.r
) nifer Wheeler. LB
SAYE 205 SAVE ed A SAVE tad .
H MI IHWCrisp t .tl
Tender srtlt39owNt
Your City Commission Celery
Clo. out Sole en Window Unit Alrcondl- YOUR
tionert Priced from Sit*. N.w ,,-.... Group Ion "I
J from S29V. limited time only. Sawo,- September 11
Slade Cot and Appllo..... 332 W. LARGE CALIFORNIA vlCx SWEET JUICY FRESH I TENDER ::.

Madison Vt4-770l. Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of GREEN
Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish of Tampa
and Mrs. M.F. Hazen.
spent the weekend with their LUsays S CABBAGE CARROTS
parents Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lewis Mrs. Mabel Robarts has returned to @LOUPES aa :

and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.Mr. her home in Memphis Tenn. after .. 't'' )
spending two weeks with her mother 4"
and Mrs. Dwight Marshall of Mrs. Lola Johnson and sister, Mrs. ,EACH59 2 B 89 e 13e ONE POUND 18e Ig;
Apalachicola and Mrs. Mary Helen Henry Godwin. S SAYlE ell A LS CELLO BAG ..
Head of Fort Lauderdale were 'a:
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mrs. W.A. Weldon of Bushnell
Rowland. visited Mrs. GLadys Weldon on Mon SUNSHINE LIQBY'SPORK I I1

!Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Whitehead day. CHEEZ-IT KRAFT ReaLemon & BEANS I
recently attended the graduation of Vote For I Elect J W TOMATO AUCI :
their son. Cadet Ken Whitehead from Chorloi Schaeler t';':'fif*" 2 001 *1 BAR- B-QUE LEMON 1tf'3FJYC'1 a

Ranger School at Fort Bennmg, Ga. Your City Commission SAV S4C BOXES 23'01 'I !
Ken has returned to West Point as a Croup 2 5 ACE iicE SAVE 1O
junior. on September 11 ASSORTED FLAVORS Snl30e

Cloi out Sol. on Window Unit Alrcondl- Mr. and Mrs. Meinhard Hart of 18oz -
from tiono,.$399.Prlc.d Limltod from SI99.llmo I only.N.w .Sow,...,..,,.. New York have bought the house at BOTTLE 59 320& 69 s $
Slodo 717 W. Call Street BTL,
Cot and Apphanco. 332 W. SAYS :Joe .y
Madiion 964 7701.

Jarni High of Jacksonville spent the
John Anderson of Callahan Mrs. first of the week with her grandparents -
f I !Myrtle Anderson of Starke and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards. Des Buys!,,Groceries6airamily / Best Buys( cel"Je./'
and !Mrs Jerome Johns and family at Sr.

tended the Harmony Free Will Bap- w ryday Cel Napkins 59* Pan"ch"o"vilia Taco Shells 6gebKor Evt ef ::
tist homecoming in Lake Butler on Mrs. Robert Tanner of Baldwin .
all rw Sunday. visited her sister Mrs. J.H. Fields on Dills 99C hnijp Marshmallows 3/1

Sunday.Mr. ,.. .
IM m mm mi.MI .MI KM IN I IM Ml Hum tun 1-
!Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and Libby Corn .3/S1 Macaroni I Cheddar 4/$1/
!Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler returned and Mrs. Roy J. Andrews of ,CANS
Tuesday of last week after two Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of s Pillsbury W IM MISttll Asa Cake Mixes 69' wt XM uw a Man 51:9SAYE 1OUAATf g.
Little Friskies
Cat Food
weeks vacation in Luray Caverns in Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby.Mr. ::r
Va.. Philadelphia. Cape Cod. While wr.rtew Rice 79* tatW000etMla.Monogram .lww........... 59c SAYE 300 tIM
!Mountains N.H. and other points of and Mrs. Wayne ShipmaiV Dressings
interest enroute. Connecticut have bought the home at
1120 Bessent Road.
CriorUi SchoolerYour Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper have had Best Buys in Groceries I PUDDING CUPSOMcaun. VANILLA
City Commlnlon as guests Capt. and Mrs. Robert L. .CMoeoukn ruooi Y.11yA. WAFERS
and of
Crestview from
Croup 2 Cooper family *
on Soplombor 1 11 I Thursday to Monday and Mr. and Pantry Pride Soda 69 'l f/rIDI' 10. CUfS 9cr: t.rarlnS floc 59C m H ROLLS : :'I
Mrs. Cecil Cooper of Durham. N.C. Wt lit ljll1 4 PACK SAW KM BOX
from Thursday to Sunday. On Giant Roll Kleenex Towels 59 .
!Mr. and Mrs. Sunday PACKS ;::1'n. \
Ben Hightouer of ...
they all. along with Mr. and Mrs. IM M mtmn tuat 4
Jacksonville have Best Buys in Groceries/ Best. BIif/SI(7rocel"lel/ 1
home on FOr&'lheRoad.bought. I the Boyce Donald Cooper and son and Mr. and Herb Magic Dressings 89e SAYS 125Wllewwnuw : :,m
Mrs. Harold Branham and family attended ( w.rwwlm Ma uilmatim

Steve Moran Is visiting his brother the Cooper family reunion at Hot Dog Chili Sauce 31'1 Peanut Butter S1n Pantry Pride Corn Flakes 59* Best BuysMBaAerv/ !"::!M
Manatee ....,
Springs. I/N .*.. IM MltaLindsay fin a la "! an n *M a rr llwlt -
Gerald Moran. Jr. in New York City $2"! Snack Olives 69' Nestle Quick $2
for several weeks. Polka Dot Brand Rice Kina Size Bread 3,5199liii
Veto For S Elect .
i Clol out Sol. on Window Unit Alrcondl- Cherle.Schaef K Knit Mustard 59* Showboat Pork ft Beans 4/1/ TNT Roach t Ant Bomb' 511' Onion HO or MM'Rolls 59:

I j from tlen...S2tt.Pricod Limltod from .tlmo",. only Now Proctor lowyorSlodo *- Your City Com..I..lo"Oo"p 2on Pantry; Pride Spaghetti 39< Pantry Pride Spaghetti Sauce 99* l Jif(Peanut: tiutter 93" P Pantry>u Pride an HM RollsGriff aKmm 2 lOt 98d a?

Col and .. 11
Applionco 332 W. September IM IM tm im utnimmt Ian is I :N
,I Median .....77In. Brunswick" Stew 3/1J 1 Swift 'Vienna Sausage 39 Puritan Oil 93* en"; Dutch Apple Pier. 99dd

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Edwards gave a

I Mr. and Mrt. Laos Woods and Mr. family birthday luncheon at their ROYAL CRa9N3a ,o
I and Mrs.Uavia woods and son of Live home on Kingsley Lake on Saturday FLAVOR COAST
visitors of Mr. and for members of the family who had or DIET RITil ARGO
Oak were Sunday J
McConnell. birthdays in August. The honoreeswere COLA ICE SIt.MACH BATH
Mrs. Nealy
Hal Edwards Betsy Yawn and ?9 SOAP
Lila Caldwell. Eight members of the a PAX .eo. aril 3eef PICG. lea CAN"
underwent knee yn m
Robert Ward PLUS DOCSIT 1e.201 L jJer 4 UMns
surgery Tuesday In St. Luke's family enjoyed the occasion.

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',1'd'", /, fickle\,' Winds of Fashion Being Stifled at BHS '.

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: .r Ti* fickle winds of fashion blowWHtxMKing When asked if it wouldn't be better "We're concerned about the application
new In almost every,..r- to have hat racks or I lockers for the of fainwM here, and I think
but tfc at Bradford High School, hats Duncan plied it would besafer most realise that we are fair,"he
where the dress code is enforcedrMMdtess all around fttt to enforce a no- Mid
of the latest craze. hattanytim policy. One crate-fishnet football jeraeya-
Raw and shoes are the latest craze Julie Miller a teacher at BHS Mid which has not been called down wW
NEW IN TOWN ,that BHS Principal Jim Duncan will some bats are"rather obnoxious and be looked into further by board
tangling with at the school. Dun distracting" and It would be better U members before anything is decided.
can lora board members code concerning hats of any kind were not worn.
the wearing of hats and shoes She went on to say that some
without proper securing devices will students who wear their bats all the "Sure, there are other things
teachers would rather be doing than
Bradfard Farm SupplVHandling be strictly enforced this coming time "can "barely function without codes" Duncan Mid
school year, and it may cause some them. adding are teachers who resent
consternation among parents. lie There will be exceptions to the hat: the procedures tremendously.
Mid he wanted the board to be aware rule however times of "The dress code however encourages
Purina Feeds At Competitive Prices of the code enforcement so if they "subnormally! cold weather"Duncan students to be concerned
received calls from parents they said Rainy days are not Included In bout their grooming habits and to
could deal with the situation. the inclement weather exception. "
some extent instills social values
We Would Like To Welcome Everyone Hat wearing which had been allow- "If we let students wear hats in Duncan explained.
ed everywhere but inside the school rainy weather they'll begin wearing There Is a grievance procedure
building will no longer be allowed atall them and saying 'I thought\ was go students can go through i If they feel
Down To Visit Our New Store. Duncan said he was interpreting ing to rain today; and then we'd get they are being treated unfairly Dun-
the' Student Conduct and Discipline back to the same problem" Duncan can Mid
Code the way It was written which said. "About 90 percent of the students go
We Have Feeds Seeds Tack -. says"Caps,hats or helmets at school As for the shoes the latest rage beIng along with the codes," he Mid.
(except for special occasions such as high heel"Candles", Duncan Mid The other 10 percent which Duncan
ubnormally cold days etc.-not to be these type of shoes without proper calls "troublemakers" face possible
worn inside buildings)" Is considered securing around the ankle will not be suspension for their continued hat
Medication & Health ProductsAcross
unacceptable behavior. allowed on campus. wearing or strapless high heel wearIng -
Reasoning behind the rule Duncan
Duncan said a few girls weresent
The main reason for enforcing the explained Is such shoes make the to alternate school last for
no-hat policy Duncan said was to wearers "open game for kstere." year
wearing "Candies"-type shoe. Alter-
From KOA South 301
Campground volatile'
avoid situations
"potentially Duncan also said shoes of that type nate school the equivalent of an In-
He said students wear their can be easily lost and there are some school suspension.
Thank You bats oftentimes expensive ones into areas that are "dangerous" to walk
school and put them on the floor next around on with the high heels. Duncan said he let athletes wear
El wood Padgett to their desk during class. If someone "Parents that buy their children the jerseys because the dress code
gets up to sharpen a pencil and kicks these type of shoes are taking things allows for an exception for athletic
the hat, a fight could evolve from Into their own hands," Duncan said. activities. Duncan Mid If the football
I Another A uniform dress code was Instigated are not allowed to wear the
problem with hat wearing June 30 1977; before jerseys cheerleaders will not beallowJ
is the spreading of head lice according thateach school had its own conduct ; to wear their cheerleading
to Superintendent Tom Casey. and dress code. outfits to school

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fresh Pork Steaks LsSl3t a. \
Smoked Pork 68
Hocks L' Method's body In tranttporlrd by DrWItt (' Jones Funeral Hume.
Smoked Slab Bacon ti88d McLeod died after being hit by a truck Tuesday nighl.

Bnls. Stewing Beef -."CIS flea /
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Hun Man Dies After Hit by I
Breakstone M n or m Cottage IM MI Cheese 88 t Truck!: ; !

A local retired man was hit and killed Trailer Park Lot 4. Starke.The truck
"tykes Beef Grill Franks 2,: $291Iiwmiiiu Tuesday evening after he crossed thepath was owned by Cypress. Truck Leasing,.
of a semi-truck being driven Co., 1 "
aII Park, Meat or Bee'I//an? In.. flti's 1!' u sou ,t let 4! restaurant.US-3of"1n'' ffwnof{ 'the fizza"Hur ont Inc.ft"*"*rl"f. $*''..,.?iJ't.M/.1''t t 'C'I'1:: V ,.

iFyne Mafw Spied Qtr's. Oleo 2/88 yd Brady E. McLeod 04, of 880 North Bids
a e1 11. Temple Ave.,Starke was pronounceddead Water OpenedAt
|un IN Iw m mm mi 4"8 I 1 8 58wrwaVrw11e1 .
Assorted lunch Meat 3178 r1.Y.' / 3 TG Y' at the scene at 8:40 p.m., after
[I Le S LBS 41 he was struck by a truck being driven
|Oak Sliced Imported Hams 118 1 SAVE 20e'A LB
ul* SAVE 404 A LB SAVE 400 A LB According to the police accident
Pantry Pride Sour Cream 68* report, McLeod was walking across A low bidder for Hampton's' new
.... ....'amts US-301 when he was struck by the water system may be awarded the
Sliced American Singles f 1 16' un..-..-....-.....ESI LEAH right side of the southbound truck. No contract after Sverdrup & Parcel and
Sliced Cooked Salami -.. 'I61 1 fHESHLYGHOUIID TURKEY charges have been pressed against Associates an engineering firm in
I Pantry; Pride Cream CheeseJimaiiMNMinMit 68* ""''"'w Meat Sal DRUMSTICKS Hoffler Gainesville studies the proxmuls.|
Fyne Taste FranksPantr7 B.EEF28
U.IO.A, ONAOS A Three bids were open in a special
I Creamed Cottage Cheese S118 58* LBS THAT PACK 48 meeting! Mondav! night llu I lowest
Pride Bowl Diet LI
luAwitanmRMi save roe A LB bidder being Koblar Constructors of
( Party Ass't Lunch Meats f19eLykes Smoked Sausage <*/< ROCK ECONOMY'' BRAND Dry Cleaning Gainesville! for 150.6-M The second
lowest bidder was Chapman Con
Mrs Filbert's Qtr. Oleo 58 Sunnyland tmmmimmmi Roll Sausage fir CORNISH liENS SlICED BACON 51 rull inn. of Jacksonville, at S2U.9K2.: : : :
1.1>Mr.1..I11n"' U..DA.GIlADI" Specials and (he highest bidder wall =.NeptunoDevelopment
Sliced Meat Bologna fife L7kesuGrill Meat Franks *2", 24-. AVO, 88 e' 'ENDS PIECES W '''VIIOcI sse Corp. of Jacksonville.
SAVE 20C A LB u 3 LB BOX which bid $240.711.

moziM' OCIANGROUPER 1 The renovation Mill involved a new
HOT DOGS f SKILLET BRAND SMOKEDTURKEY e.oun.a distribution. system and (the! intallation -
FILLETS I2ot PICO. $JPI' SLICED HAM of a new supply pump." Kiiiaiu-inn
CUBED $200 for the newsystem is through a
Packs 58J& sse BEEF t ..:; OpO BREAKfAST 9t'' /2 4 TO LBS '168 SIB7.1MMI grant and SUI.IHHI! Iran from
Ls > __ LB .'arm'l"IIlInll1e Adm III htl rill 1/111.
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The 7.vear( ,old system in 1 being
ili renovated(after voter ells\ (' a "buro
J $250 bones" Mslein last v'('ar'hlt'l1 will
CREST $268 98 not provide, added fire prllte'ttwin.
TOOTHPASTE SAVE Oat: A L8 aAVE SQG Aug.: 24 Aug. 30 ed more fire,protection and included<< u
larger area, ,
After ('III(; /lt''rIlIlIUd)' Iho ,prmxtsuls
PILLSBURY JIM DANDY The and award (he ('/1111"ilt.t..whiclt\i will
take alxiul a month, ('fllII,1 ru'tinll will
/ CAKE MIXES CHUNK Ofll RATION. Wash House b(.' (II1. The project should take about
y e' Ass'r. FLAVORS nine months to camplele."Exuberance ) .
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SAVE 20tf t1i'ct'; $ ,ctf SAVE FR02EN 344 :
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dr On Tap Shampoo $153 'J1f, !+,,.r ; 9J 1'-4..httI 2S "' !C! Morton Frozen, Pot Pies 3/1'/ '
nuntun COUNT.
8at savll0.'LaaAO'W""hoOolIW miMIMJIf4, *
f>Ik f j.Seltzer. ........ ........., Lambrecht frozen Pizza r 89
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: : : Mtxwr-m1111 Leers. IIM !
; Black Pepper 69 Pet. Ritz Frozen Cream, Pie. .59
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MOU,.II.HWASH ,.-:t.:.orfiii=,>Nc.aart:"aoopTNtlll ..(' lwt Motts.Mr Aqple/ Juice $13 1 Pet UM.Ritz HBT Froierr'Cream Pie 59* a.ea .

8Bj >7"jr AUO. M lux Bath Soap ,4M3J1 PantrrPrideCoffee, lightnerIMIKW 3/89/ .
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", .1rwL..g . '...a.. .... ALL ClAIMS NO REFUNDS will betIfIOde
Florida. Inc.. 327 W. Call "iNWfpm. I Setf .
'I" Florida by virtu of the e' { .' ; "
'fJOIICE 0' ; Authority vetted to me Street, Stark, Fla. t,4, .tv', ,?:.. 694fc-f< ., Fa. 32091.Intends" ......' :0.: ': ; : DEMANDS* AND OBJECTIONS for.;: .. of
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SHEWfcSSAU by 1 law, da hereby call a 33091, doing business law the property dote,.... : 197911 at 1:00: ...M. on to register said ZKUNSKI( j coaaod. File. NOT SO FILED fate 'V LttACT'' .'

Notlc. I iWXreby given First Primary Election to under the firm name of ed In such certificate or sold' day on the premises fictitious" name under the Number 1-3927. Is pending Will BE FOREVER BAR BOCOME -,,,, "', ; ',:" '
that I, Dolph E. Reddish be h.ld at the City Hall. "CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION certificates will be solderto of the' Bradford County provisions ol aforesaid In the Circuit Court RED. 4/10/79 ..r.., "J >
ai sheriff of Bradford In the aforesaid City by BY HARRIS". 337 W. the highest' bidder et Jail I will offer for sal statute for Bradford County. Date of the. Ii.tpubllcalon Blake
Florida, under Florida. Probate of thl. Notlc* Mayor \t U c.
County qualified voters on Tu.. Cell Street. Stork. Fla. th. courthouse door 'In and sell to the highest Johnny Lee Kitchens. ,,'
and by virtu of Writ of the address of ol Administration.: 8/23 2tchg 83fcNOTICE ,
day September II, 1979 32091. Intends to the Month of August bidder for cash In hand ,
Execution to-wlf which Is BRADFORD 23.1979. '
Execution Issued: out A.O.. for the purpose of register sold fictitious 1979, which Is the 30th the above described pro- Doted this 16th day of COUNTY COURTHOUSE August Anthony Zlellnskl. As ", s: ''

ol County Court of Clay electing the following officers name under the provisions day of August 1979. party of said defendant August A.D. 1979, at STARKC. FLORIDA 32091. Personal i Representative 6| ,

County Florida pursuant : of'u' Dated this 16th day of .. tot satisfy the aforesaidExecution. Stor..... Fl. B/16 4tpd 9/6 Th. personal representative of the Estate of Edward INTENTION! :'y ,. .

to a Final Judgement for CITY CLERK For Two .. July, 1979 ,1"' of. the estate Is Anthony L. Ztelinskl. Deceased. TO REGISTER!] ,,'."t.I" .

Keystone Stat Bank oi Years Doted this 2nd day of By Gilbert S. Brown.By e JDolph E. Reddish ZIELINSKI. whose Attorney for personalrepresentative FICTITIOUS' <: "

Keystone Heights., _.POLICE CHIEF ForT August. A.D. 1979. at Beulah M. Moody SherlH SWILL BIDS address Is 744 N.Tempi : J.J. NAME., w'. \

Florida, and against YearsONE Stark. FL. 8/2 4tchg Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford County .', ARIINVmD Avenue, Stark; Florida. Wolbert Jr.. P.O. Box 5.ttidrs
Stanloy K. Oord9. COMMISSIONER. 8/23 of Bradford County Florida The School Board of Th. name and address el 1086 Starke.. Florida Pursuant 'o

defendant, In lha GROUP 2 For Two Years. FI or Ida 1/2lt.h g 1/23 ',.r lilt 4lchg 96NOTICE Bradford, ,. County will the personal representative's 32091. Telephone (69.09 Florida Statutes.'
ONE COMMISSIONER : .receive bid. on swill notice Is hereby given
amount ol $1,697,37 .. y attorney ore set 904-964-5200
together with cottt of GROUP 4- For Two Years NOTICE OF "from all cafeterias on forth below. 8/232tchg8/30. 'that the undersignedPaul '
September 17. 1979
collection. OF at All persons having
Hava seited and hove INSPECTORS FOR SAID. TAX DEED NOTICE OfSHERIFf'S PUBLIC SALE 7:00: '.M. Interested Individuals claims) or demands 983. Stark. Florida'
S.c. 194.16. F.S. 32091 doing
in my possession the may bid on on* against the estate ore
SALE Pursuant to Chapter FORBIDS '
Ann Woods, NOTICE IS HEREB under the firm name of;
following described per. Haven Swlnk, Marie Red- Notice Is hereby given 274 Florida Statutes, the school or on all schools, required. WITHIN THREE "PAUL'S FRAMINGS
anal property to-wlt: GIVEN that H.V. Saxonthe E. Reddish, School Board of but must specify which MONTHS FROM THE of Breaker,
dish Rose McConnell that I. DolpK District' Town ".0. Box 983. Storke.
1969 Sport. Croft Boat, holder of the following DATE OF THE FIRST
Ruby Howell Peggy as sheriff of Iradford Bradford County Florida' school being bldded. on Florida Owner P.O. Florida 32091, Intends la
Serial No. 3349M. Reg has filed .PUBLICATION OF THIS
Shaller, Barbara Volin- certificates County Florida under will have a public sole on and the amount of the Bon 127. Brook.r.Florida register sold fictitious
No Fl 6978 AF 177 file with the
said certificates for NOTICE to
Johnson 81 HP Motor, ski V.rl. R. I..", Ray deed be Issued a and by virtue of Writ of Saturday, August 29, bid for each school per clerk of the above court 32622. name under the provisions
Model No. 85EUR77. Stone. Execution fo-wit: 1979, beginning at 9:00: month or per year. written of Separate sealed of aforesaidStatute.
In Testimony whereof, thereon. The certificate Execution Issued out Successful bidder must a statement for the construction of: .
Serial No. 04763658 claim demand
I here unto subicrlbe numb. and years of issuance A.M.All suitable for any or Water System Improvements Owner.
Gator Boot Trailer. my of County Court of Duval property may be provide cans they have. Each Paul E. Cox,
name and caute the Seal the descriptionof swill to be placed in at may Construction Dated this 23rd day ol
At the property of the' County Florida pursuant Inspected at the Opera.None claim must be In writing '
l of the town to be the and the ol 90.000 gal.
property each location. Fallur to August. A.D. 1979 at
obov. named defendant to a Final Judgement for Center 519 North and must Indicate the
hereunto affined this the In which It was Elevated Storage tank: FL.
and that on Tu.adayth.. names State wid. Collection Orange Street, West :keep can wash area basis for the claim, the Stork. I
7th of 1979 assessed follow. chlorination facilities;
day August are as :
dean shall be grounds 8/234tpd9/13.
4th September, and address of the
day Corp. of Jacksonville. Stark, between the name the I
overhaul existing
1979 at on. o'clock on A.D.Wilbur Waters Certificate No. 98. Florida and against hours of 9:00: A.M. and for voiding bid award creditor or his agent or Well Pump and Installation II II I

aid day on the premises Mayor-Commissioner Year Issuance 1977. Lawrence Todd and Betty 3:00: P.M.. excepting with no return of money.Interested attorney, and the of lira hydrants will I I

oth.. Bradford County ATTEST: Merrill Ed. Description of Property Jean Todd defendant ,In Saturdays and Sundays' persons amount claimed. If the be received, by the Town I
Jailyard, I will offer for : Com at NE COR OF hove bids School claim Is not due the
must at
wards City Clerk the amount of $1.311.60tog.'h.r prior to the dot. of sal*. ol Brooker Florida at the 1
ale' and sell to the highest W 210 FOR A POE THEN of Administration Building date when will become
8/9 4tchg 8/30 with costs A listing of all surplusproperty office of Town Clerk AD
bidder for caih in RUN S 105' W 210' N 105'E collection. will be given to not later than 7:00 P.M. due shall be stated. If Town Hall until 7:30 p.m. CLASSIFIED 1
hand the above described 210' TO POI RP 987-SB8 the claim Is contingent or Deadline! for In..rtl.nTu..doy
September 17, 1979. Time
Have seized and hove each prospective buyer (Local Prevailing ) !
property of told SEC: 32 TWP 6-S. R-22. the School Send bids to: D. Morgan unliquidated the nature September 11. 1979 and noon preceding
defendant to satisfy th.ofor.soid NOTICE OFINTENTION Name In which assessed my possession upon request. of the uncertainty shall Thursday before publico.
described Coordinator Bradford then at said office public.
following personal vehicles, equipment, 'furniture
Execution. be stated. If the claim Is
Flora Est. Hon.
Mulberry County School Food Service opened and read
property to-wit: and materials
Dolph E. Deddith, Sheriff TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS All of said .secured the security Minimum charge $2.50.
property 582 North aloud.
1977 Ford Pick-up VIN will be sold public
Bradford Florida on .
County shall be described. The IS Words)
NAME being In the County of Starke, Florida The CONTRACT (Covers
8/9 ",chg 8/30 FIOBNZ10931.As auction. claimant shall deliver Each word over 151.10..nt.
of be
Pursuant Bradford State DOCUMENTS axe
the property of theabove ,, L.', !Register. Jr. 32091. sufficient copies of the may .
865.09, Florida Statutes, Florida.' 8/16 2tchg 8/23 amlned at the following
named defendantand Director of General claim to the clerk to I
for errors
I I. Wilbur Woteri.MayorCommissioner notice Is hereby given Unless such certificateor location.: Not responsible
that on Monday Services enable the clerk to mall I
of that the undersigned Affordable certificates' shall be 1. Office of the when given over the phoner

the City. ol Star.... Homes of redeemed according to 10th day of September 6/16 2tchg 8/23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT one copy each' personal Engineers, Sverdrup ft when copy Is not typed| '

Parcel and Associates, to the office.
'. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY All InterestedIn and brought
persons Inc.. Gainesville,
NOTICE OF the estate to whom a -
DIVISION. File Number of this Notice of Florida.. -
1.2927, IN RE: ESTATE OF Administration has been 2. Town Hall :
REGISTER Brook.,, Florida (by op- 11t
mailed ore ,..qulr.d.WITHIN ,
< Deceased. THREE MONTHS polntm.nt
Copies of th* CON : ;

Reg. Real Estate Broker .09, Florida Statutes ALL PERSONS HAV THIS NOTICE to file be obtained at the officeof was con
notice Is hereby given ING CLAIMS OR onyobjections Sverdrup < Parcel and
they est; :
may q ";$
301 North Trail Motel Lawtey that the undersigned DEMANDS AGAINST THE have that challenge the Associates Inc. located >h .
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Johnny*lee Kitchens, ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL validity of the decedent'swill at 2002 N.W. 13th Street; cheat ',,; I' ., ( },

Office 782.3931 1.00PM-.30PM< P.Q. Box 694. Stark. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED the qualifications of Suit. 201 Gainesville, fdM'!ia1lp"

Home 782.3896 IN BRADFORD COUNTY CALL Fla. 32091.. doing IN THE ESTATE: the personal representative Florida. 32601 upon payment a
bu.I...., under the firm YOU. ARE HEREBY or the venue or of $30.00 for :

BILL POWELL name. ol WORD OF LIFE NOTIFIED. that the lurlsdlctlnn nf ,h.. ,...n set. \. j.(", .!.. \l'

Handy Man Specials Just housekeeping .!fKt
setting up -
.4 BR Frame on 1 Ac. 123W ? Ask about our REAL ESTATE ,..,.,..' .!/-,

3 BII, From. 8.2 Ac. 225W Honey Moon Special. .MJ J

3 BR, CB. 7 Ac. off 100A 1F F

Home requiring relocation 3 BR Stucco anY. Ac. Lo*. 118 N, Walnut St. 94-6464 hrs.

Lawtey, $29.900.Furnished -1
Acreage: .Several Locations Inflation Fighter Fix It yourself and this 9 yr. old 3 BR, 2 REAL ESTATE

$1.800 per Ac. ft up. 3 BR-2Balh, CB bath house Is yours for $16,000 or see- and make offer. t

10-20% Down, 10% nl.. Home with separateurn, : I Ii4

10 Yr. efficiency on very shady Four broker-ownd Estatelied beautifully wooded ., '

2.60 Ac. 5''. Clair St. tract. \ ; \. ,.
Tract 1 4.3SAcre$13.790 ",

Tract 2 469Acres$13,950 -

Tracts 5.9SAcr.s X $13,650 ..::.1fo'i- J -. Ads Gel"

) Tract 18.80 Acr.. 119.... '. 0

RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE All of these con be bought for 1 1,000 down with 9 years on Results

balance et 10%. Better Hurryl)
964-8788 or 964-7896 i t

2305 N.Tempt Ave. (U.L.S: N.3: a m Waterfront UU 1ft. o*f0.sby: Leke. Nevedack fc/Lotsjn1/ .. tttrw r rarsvwrit rxi 44 .;p.-- '1, re'd

) 0 trees Ready to build on Bra".r-6wner Terms. Qru lre$ r

-3 BR block, carport $19,800. ASSOCIATES:

, Neat 2 BR frame CH8A nice high lot $16.500, Mary Hamilton. 964-6239 WAPEL BEAR, REG. BROKER REALTY

-3 BR garage, fireplace $24,900. CWO (Ret) Dom DeSantlogo. 964-9373 ;$ :
Nbg7arL L.rMy....,.,.
-3 BR 'frame only $17,500.
Robert A. McRae 964-7279 .. .
. -2 BR block, large DR, LR ft lot fireplace $28,000. fr
. Ac..LotN..r- ... PHONE 064-7770 m

STARKI COMMERCIAL... I Country Club-$3 JSO J FLORIWID CKELIATEftWILLIGAR 20S N. TempleStark*, Florida' 1..13
Prime 2 ocr. on U.S. 301 with 180 ft. frontage. Over 200 3 Acres Stat Reed 230-A-Only $' .t90 REAl'O

sq. ft. centrally heated and aired block building. Storage FAULKNER I Acre Lot (Far Mobil. Heme)..$2.990 REALTY

buildings Over 9000 sq. ft. of concrete ft pllr"lng.poc. 9B4-BOBS 03 20 Acre Hlwey 100 West"$37,990II Phone'".1100 WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

$88,000' RERLTY Acres Hlwey 301 Horth.$22100 393 Temple Avenue SEE US TODAY FOR ,VA FHA ft CONVENTIONAL
379 ft. of land on U.S. 301 with water I sewer $67,000 S Acres Hlwey J01 North--12,490 FINANCING

will divld.Succ.'uI4.. 20 Acres ((1320 PIER Frant)-$27.500Some 4.19 Ac on St. ,Rd. 100
station beauty parlor. Th. Looking Glass In i tessssssssss

Starke Plaza. Present owner will remain as operator. On. 2309 N.Temple Ave. Acreage A. Little 2.6 Ac with home, |lust out

ly '9.000 which Includes $8000 worth of equipment and As 90% Down of city' limits. SPECIAL

stock $11.000. IMAGINE! Neat as a pin ham.
RESIDENTIAL Z: Building up town Ideal for at 620 W. Adkln. St. store, refrlg A
KINGSLEY LAKE Brick duplex with 90 .ft. on water 'i f business down starts, with
79' x 150' with 2 BR. 1 B frame $7900.00. good terms.2BR r J. :: 182.3173 other furniture city gas pretty trees B .

$86,500. IB, LR. DR. Kit. FR with 1 BR rental and large Con. ,. 'i.It','1 ,_,. living area upstairs.Come shrubbery storage bldg. carport .

Blk. workshop. Nice lot In good I. security chain link fence $3.000. down
COUNTRY CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR, 3 bath, dour In and make offer on .
R will finance 10.000 at 8% Interest I
2 BR, T B, Family Room Soulhgat' owner
with utility 80700. House No. Bay
garage 2BR. IB Con Ilk In town. Immaculate ttaattt. aat aets t
TWO STORY 4BR. IR DR. kit. and family comb. 2 acres. '
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. 1 bath block with 16x32 pool on

1.4 acres $48,000. Klngsley Lake area "yrfa Roberts 10 ..., with' 10% ...... Most everything. we touch turns to
in, SOLD.

WALDO 2BR block. CHftA in town $24.000. FARMS t ACREAGE IN 30 plus Ac. Lawtey Area '
3BR. IB with 3 acres, Fish pond. 21 Restate .

LAWTEV Garage 30 x 50 ft. with 4 bays and small office 4BR 2B, Dbl. Wide MH on 2 1/2 A Hampton _a.. ., f kvenlngsi Please call WE NEED HOMES TO SELLI I '".\ !t' .

bldg. 349 ft. frontage on US 301 $33,400. 7 acres $7,900. Easy T.rm. .. ,., Vernle P. Odorn, Broken .- ;, ;;:r
S acres $9,000. Easy Terms. '- 964.7828 986 N. Temple GRI Phone 964-5476 < f. ',' '\

6.68 acres with 331 ft.on US 301 10 x furnished mobile Beautiful 4 acres with 2BR 18 home, workshop 3 car Pearl Andrews 964-773 COMMERCIAL 301 Next to Terwlllegar Realty' $30.000., \J,

home with owning and chain link fence $20.000: owner garage. Immaculate Nice double wide on Rolford Rood 1 1 acre lot, 3 BR, 2 B. 1. G. Doll 964-7591 : \\0

financed 1 ocr... High a Dry Terms ENERGY EFFICIENT 3 BR, 21 CHftA on Searing St, -I K ; :'; ',
I 3 Acres with mobile home Hampton area Large front dwelling on 3 acres with 2 mobile horn rentals \. ',,,, .
LOTS t ACREAGE In four counties M I I "
Approximately 9 acres Improved pasture, fenced. excellent" buy. YOUR OWN WORLD Nice bedroom trailer, huge commercial 5 '
Including: acres ft Lawtey area. I. up
2 1/2 acres Hwy. 225 West. garage ft neat fish pond I f
Owner financed' $3.000 per acre. 10 acres with 4BR. 28 con. blk. home. 2 barn. 2 wells. Brick horn with pool In city on deadened streetR, 2'/S :t .n ,j

lovely 4BR, 2B LR, DR kit., breaklost room family room (large lot, many extras. 7000 SQ. FT. CONCRETE BLDO. on Rd.: ; 16 for 1 lease or 'J ": '
7.11 Acres Equity ft Assume 9'AI % mtg $17.200. .'
3 nicely' landscaped acres. '
garage on "P .....
Groen'er..rlck"ham on large lot with pecan trees, 3 '
36.35 1340 ft. US 301 Good Investment at
acres on
WATERFRONTOver BR, 2 8. large out building. IUY NOW PROFIT LATER Neat home epprex. 35 ,
556500. :20 to 29% down 15 at 8%% .
yrs. Block Creek 2 with 2 BR
200 acres
frontage on ; good acre on Rd. 16. Will divide.
Iran house. 'I' Huge: from* horn an 2 acre lot In lake fuller "'

160 Acres good rolling land paved rood frontage at only 3BR. IB. Con. Blk. .house only 2 years old on Sampson 'toBIJAt tt' ( NEARLY NEW HONEY FOR THE MONEY 3 BR 2 B carport ,

$1.000 per acre will split ........ Graham area1', J and 2 acre lots on graded road, terms paved driveway surburban atmosphere 610

1/2 acre or ono acre lots on Crosby Lake In restricted available. Milton T_.
area. Broker owner. i

DIDN'T CAUIIII I I I 80 acres, mostly cleared paved rood frontage Union BETTER HOME GARDEN t |)1 Acres CB home 3 BR 2 BCHAA

COMMERCIAL County between Raiford and lake Butler screened In patio garage large utility room living
19 unit MINI STORAGE and 600 sq. ft. OFFICE SPACE on s ream dining room, family room on paved road InLawtey.

over 1/2 acre corner lot. Plenty room to expand Very nice t BR. 2B CB, on'paved road.central. heat and .- $61.000.00. M. 22S. Boat land for'farming

large service station with remodeled offices. Equip. Included. alr. Crystal lake hem ."...
l..lplt P. .".... Realtor
UN.. C. Pearson 210' Hwy 301. MULTI-USE POSSIBILITIES An opportunity to live, In an

9646208Breherfsl g,....11...._ 218 lr 6Tio fWi Hv* 3011-Cervke Station, pumps and Doubt wld., CH/A, on permanent foundation ocr lot, established prestige a price you can afford early

W.... L .,...... B OffIce Meaeger tanks lted"'t td316.000. rear porch added put, building Whispering Pines.' \ availability mature landscaping two large nicely fun
.'_ Hwy 301 North 150>x20O lot with small con. blk. bldg." .

44-**** 944-831 Greet location Beside To-R_ Motel. Single wide MH an .I ocr lot, front porch added. out I- Owner flnenced.

Mobil. Home Park 12 acres Included I mobile homes. |ust off 301 south of Storke. I

Weld I. Dyelurlo yy.dy Viol Pewed Room for expansion. Hampton area I GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 across from Holiday . A_. AcM 8% acres of land' aH.'0tIIfft.. Road, no Improvements, Inn $1M.OOO.
461.1321 9i6 Mt2 944.6W MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS good land ,Vi <; : :

1.1 Vt acre Hwy 100 Good location. Good terms. i i H'''I. LEISURELY' LIVING Beautiful acre bt country on SR 239 -

Hampton Lot with well septic, $3.499. Piling hou..wlth'odcfod .., CH/A. opprox..10 acres .._? Nice frame hem plus CB shop 38.x 24' $23,900.
n of mostly cleared land Strawberry Acres.

W* have other lots with low down payment B easy mon MOVINGOUT j .

r thly payments. FOR RENT: Office space Hwy 301, 3BR, IB,.from*, very,nice. 2 from out buildings, double LOSING GROUND TO IN.LATIONINVEIT IN THESE

CB garog recently: built,.CB office with AC on 1.7 Acres IAItGAlHSa-

SEIYfff.51C.( I WI DO APPRAISALS. outside city.,, _;,' .ORMOVING 6 acres Rd IOOA $1500 an xr* trees.
1 '
VI3 acres 301 $3000 an acre, owner fln.ncd.CdMMERCIAI
Paul H. ........___ .301 north with BolWlng. .> +' Y ,". Ocel Block Ink St. $27,100. C..r.llocatlon.'I>,,:

Susan M. Bekken-Realtor. j' .," "t:' $9900 Mme en W. Adklns, owner financed, i1.

I Evening f 6445 ';"'':. ". :W:.; rRek.rt." 1 'AsaectatesiAnGsh $27400 store S. ept. 301. owner flnenced.. ::1l

L -I i* ,. '5' J4H11th v ,Beautiful building lot SSWO en Betsent Rd. .. k J
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P r a REALTOR ASSOCIATES i. g 1 hum epertments Ml $70.000,,Owner financed,
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v.... M.Setttes-Ev*.9645944JvU .,..EaCgkrd. Canon: Madison L.... heme ft small cottage, Commercial. ". ;'
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for Free and Reduced Priced Meals Mf('

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Announced for School Lunch Program ,

C7SInce To The Voters
The School Board of Bradford County
baa set its policy for free and reduced them, and whet to apply for such many young children and .
price lunches for children unable the meals and' milk they should contact older students eat light breakfasts or
to pay the full price of lunch and milk school. no breakfast at all. parents should .
served under the National School the Under the provision of the policy provide some type of lunch for their : Of Starke
Lunch Program.The principal of each school will children, either a bag lunch from '
following family size income the applications and determine home or a cafeteria lunch. Do take advantage .
criteria for determining eligibility eligibility. If a parent !I. of the free or reduced price
baa been adopted by the School dtasatlsfled with the ruling of the official lunches if you qualify. The National
Board: sign ,be may wish todiscuss the deci School Lunch Program was set up to I'm Jimmy Bowen the man you

with the determining official on -orovlde hot.. nutritioun u ____ _mMh_ .tnr_ _ih.._ elected in 1973 to be your Chief of

FLORIDA INCOME Police. My pledge is the same today
FOR as it was then: To be your full time ,I' .
Free and Reduced Price Meals and Free Milk ,"' Chief; To recognize the badge of this 'f.l :,: "h .;",,:.. ,, "I,;,,'.
July 1.197t to June 30, 1980 roffice as a symbol of public faith, 1itr : ..:
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FAMILY and accept it as a public trust to be '';iJ,I'i; : '.

Free Meals and Free Milk ReducedPrtceMeala: held so long as I am true to the ethics t. ", : .

SIZE Weekly Biweekly IxI o/ the public service. These commitments td.l.h'r {t ," ."t IrJ/ .'
Monthly Annually Weekly }Biweekly Monthly Annually I have kept. .. I"{\. :... :,) I... .......>n"
1 188 n ( :,.:,,,,, r.4" < <';"" '"
2 118 $171 232 1 383 1 4,5110 1 138 1 275 1 597 1 7.180
3 144 288 824 503 8,040 181 362 785 9,420 I served as a Police Officer from 1961 to 1966. I served as your elected City Councilmanfrom

5 4 172 344 745 8,940 7,490 268 225 S36 449 973 11,680 1969 to 1971. I am now serving as your elected Chief of Police. This combined experience -

6 228 200 455 400 866 10.390 312 823 1.S50 1.162. 13,940 18,200 ;'- gives me the overall knowledge of city affairs, of which the Police Department

.6. 2e 51L 1.108 987 11,840 13,290 399 355 797 710 l.ns 1.539 20,730 18.470 is an internal part.

10 9 311 339 67&6623 1,228 1,349 1,740 ie .'' ,:' 9711 iia; ,.o: II'f While I have been your Chief I have operated within our budget. We now have enough officers -

11 367 734 1.470 17.840 529 1,058 .' 2,293 27,510 "\: to give you around the clock protection.
12 .. 395 19,090 573 ;. 1.145' 2.480 29.770.
790. f!ItT
1,712 '
For Each 618 1,232' 2.869 32,030 .



1,450 44 87 188 2,260' .

Children from families whose in- an informal basis. If he wishes to Vote Sept. 11
come Is at or below the levels shownare make a formal appeal, he may makea children who are eligible for free or Sincerely,
eligible for free or reduced price request either orally or in writing to reduced price meals and to provide Phone 964-7992 For A Ride
meals. In addition, families not Thomas L. Casey Jr. Superin cost meals for the children who JIMMY BOWEN I
unusual meeting this criteria, but with other tendent, 582 North Temple Avenue pay full price. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) TO The Polls On Election Day
expenses due to I
phone 964-6800,for a hearing to appeal i
high medical expenses, shelter costs the decision. The policy contains an
in excess of thirty percent(30%)of income outline of the hearing procedure. .__ ...._. .yr.. ... ...., ....._
and disaster or casualty lossesare If a family member becomes -- "
urged to apply.Application unemployed or family size changes OCSAVII fJOtCOC
forms are being sent to the family should contact the .1 .. MM MMM IS* "III
all homes in a letter to parents. Additional file a new application. Such IWACM.M rmamm
I97ULOW f---..**
copies are available at the office
changes may make the children of the -
of each school. The information family eligible for reduced price PCE '111 .nwawj
provided on the application may be meals or for additional benefits suchas
submitted at any time during the free meals and milk if the family _
year. The application forms contain a income falls at or below the levels
statement above the space for shown.
signature certifying that all the rotor In the operation of child feeding
mation furnished on the application is programs, no child will be discriminated i
true and correct, that the applicationis against because of race,sex,
being made in connection with the color, or national origin. -
receipt of Federal Funds, that school W _
officials may, for cause,verify the in- Each school: cafeteria will serve a L
formation in the application and that Type A lunch each day. Students may
deliberate misrepresentation of buy lunch for.50 cents at the elemen-
information may subject the applicant tary schools, .50 cents at the Middle .
to prosecution under applicable School and .70 cents at Bradford
State and Criminal statutes.In County High School. All reduced lunches SAVINGS! '
certain cases foster children are will be .10 cents. Ext*a milk at
also eligible for these benefits. If a all schools will be .15 cents. Vo-Tech: tT
family has foster children living with School .70 cents.rin'. S 1+ WOVEN

SFCC Registration ( 10 FOR MEN

Set Aug: 29-30**** :;:; : I '

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: Try IHe*.on tor Hmf 1 vou'S r/
tlMy are anouMlandMgv
Campus ,p.t"p: atit" .. \ t FLLER PAPER BIHDER PACK OF 14 ..ciaaMo ttynofl wimtly t

munity Fall registration College (SFCC for Santa) has Fe Com-been ?," ;,",1"",,0."<..::0... .r.rt. ... ?'T;:"f" ,.fie......, ..t""I.." '.. n...I 201 2.39 39o 1 v.t.o4 MI042 odor flared. Opefr*. MerV tog.**popular GJtiD Y

scheduled to take place at the SFCC o Accurate with figures? e.tpi-. S WAey4.fl WASA4T wAessd ILenhal \ porMoro. A a.9
office In Bradford High School Like to meet the public? 0
Wednesday and Thursday, August 29 FAA
to earn extra ? i'
and 30, from 8 a.m. until I p.m. money YOUR ; ,,
Students Enroll In the H & R Block O'
register for all SFCC'
Income Tax
classes begin
offered at the main campus in EAGLE 10W40
Gainesville,Including the 12 availableat ning soon in your area and MULTIVISCOSITYMOTOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL OUN re vy
Starke. learn to prepare Income OIL, OT. BARGAINS DISCOUNT.94 o tl / '
Credit classes offered in Starke include txes lor yourself your i
: Principles of Accounting I, friends and as a source of WAS................ 1G tl 1 a 27cottllfl '*5XLow.w
Florida History College Composition;' Income. Gv1p went UP TO JAS LONG 8UEIVE DRESS SHIRT 61UE Tj ,lr'r"
Introduction to the Humanities, Fun- Job Interviews available for 5 9c ?'T p' vA am S year ell..". eanve* OUR' j
damentals of Physical Science Prin- best students Send for free / rea.dte pencil en, memo. rotMtn fee 94
not* book* prR
ciples of Mathematics, General information and class schedules AII-_ provide*pro- :3 po.pen.Maple* kit. pencil 'j'
Genetics and Evolution Introductionto today. _1_ bee! otnwr __. daMy mirror Bond*.ey-" care polyMtorScotton.
Logic, General Psychology, In- and odd el *rinlor. .largo mono*'- 14V.1TOH .
Classes Begin Sept. 10, auotnr..FSrfwa ......,..... eldrl and'no
troduction to the Old Testament, Interpersonal ,.'.
Communications, and Fla.
The Social Sciences. ---------
The 1979 fail term will start Sept. 5 1 Contact the office noarett you: ] 1 .) I
and continue through Dec 13.
The Starke SFCC office will be 1 ._. CLOCK 1
open Monday through Friday from 8 I 527 8 Water ilL 9648280Pleat I
mi \
a.m. to 4 p.m.for further information, i *send m*free Information 1 .Bells'ALAN10 / -
or phone 9645382. 1 about your lax pr.paro1 SOY,' IWIM TRUNKS, IN CORDUROY BOyr CMW NECK
I lion tours I understand 1 BOXER STYLE KNIT TSHIRTSOUR

Hines Reunion SundayThe there Is no obligation.Name 1 KODAK INSTANT SEIKO AM/FM POWER rHQH INTENSITY pscuouNT I' 2 96 WERE'" 5.88 DISCOUNT' 1 66

Solid*","lIconl''lt'...,, 100% color Pay pocket* Poly/cotton lit IOIIde -
and Martha descendants Conerly of Hines Wiley are F.having Hines Address ...,. 6.97 8.88 14.88 5.96 -..e.M.L S-tS SdcTHiy krogular ."??. ....... S-tS.

a covered dish reunion August 26, at I City ___________ 1 ou DISCOUNT PRIG[ 0Um OISCOUNT PRICe WAS IMS OUR DISCOUNT PRICE

the Gainesville Senior Citizens 1 State r._._... zip_ 1 i 'r
Center, 516 N.E. 2nd Ave.,from 9 a.m. I Phone LADtcrBETTER
until 5 p.m. TODAY
All relatives are invited to attend. '-cLIP AND MAIL f MAKER
d 8.88

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WAS 31.1? WAS JUT ...*0...$U. DISCOUNT PCE w.a 444

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E 5.88. 9.86 16.88 3:96: 2.66. 1.94 7.97 1.97


To All The Voters Of Our Town Of Starke,

I I Honestly And Sincerely Want To Be Yoyr J tr : .il

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City Council Woman: .

of"! r-
.. Commissioner Group 4. ;t' ,

J Will Ben n Wfcf You Need MeTbaek"Yoe EAQUE'8 HOT WEATHeR BUY8I tI oz...... rtreoaat z.SPM,' BECK CKSAKXRSTOMT NYLON_SIt CASUALS .fIIIUR r.WOCOG1

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I Tax Hearing.... from page IA) -, r- \ ",',I

ingle family homes were conventional set up reserve funds, collection of : faith Christian "
housing, but in 1977 only 35: percent mortgage loans, and handle the bond ,

I were conventional housing. payoff mint also be signed In the L. ',,5 ",
Since 1970 mobile homes have ac future Livermore said. (
counted for 63 percent of the housing There must also be an agreement : a Academy c
added he said. between HFA and the lending Institutions TERR F
In an Interview of 50 recent mobile- in which the lending Institution .,' .':;'f. I
home buyers. Burke said all expressed agrees to place mortgages using the '
a perference for conventional economic guidelines set up by HF A, Klp'dergarten f : Four & Five Veer Old ;' : : '" '
housing but said they can't afford it. to service the loans and collect ;, : .
Burke said. Mobile.. home buyers area payments, set up escrow accounts, I ''}I \ '
potential market for conventionalhome and purchase Insurance. Thru Eighth Grades And Day Care For 2 & 3 Year Olde ;: \. ti

loans if they can be made affordable Livermore also suggested the Brad- : ,t' :
to them.If ford HFA proceed with authorizingthe ,
200 families now on the waiting bond issue and validation of the .,... Now Registering"""""" .; ,,;. .

list for home loans could: get money it bonds by the circuit court,but hold up i .
would pump another $3 S million in short of a decision by the judge on the 8A.tI.-6F.tI.( ( ;; j'f\\ THE RESULTS... r
mortgagee In the county.. bond issue until a decision on a case
Switches from mobile homes to pending on the HFA In Polk County is -, Dr Carlos/ Hernandez says ;;
single family dwellings could add rendered. Livermore said any ,. :
another W5 million In mortgage stipulations in the Polk decision that FaithTabernacle after running
money, Burke said, but added this need to be incorporated into the Brad- We had plenty of applicants
figure is the most questionable of any ford program prior to validation to '/
in his survey. avoid unnecessary legal tangles. the ad only one week. The Job has now
The sources give a total possible Polk is the first county to start an Church -
mortgage market of $17.3 million In ifF A. A Polk representative sponsored v been filled. Thanks. ;
Bradford County, Burke said. the bill in the legislature On. Mil. Of M.lros. On 8R 28

Dan Livermore, bond attorney, authorizing HFA's. 47.6-2664 For Information ,
If You Want Results a
presented a preliminary proposal "The wheels are really rolling so ,
resolution, which can be changed far It's what we need. It's great," ., .n. Or 475-1687 .:K
before the program Is finalized,which said Glenn Allen after the Bradford Call 964-6305 Today ::
board board the seven-item
was adopted by the HFA approved
A trust Indenture between the HF Aboard resolution setting up guidelines for
and trust company to administer the bond issue

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with programs Housing no funding down authority."That's to the. county. level .BASK iTIMEf SAVE SHOP ALL OVER ECKER D'S ...your little: neigborhooddepartment store. _: :y.

a lot of our problem," SAVE
Carter answered. .
"That's the biggest majority of it," I'I' I r ( r p, M, o- '
interjected Commissioner E.W. 1: i / { n r' ,M >ti t ,}

Hodges.Commissioner Dave Shuford, say s V ;
ing he knows everybody is tired it r I Superll '
hearing It, again pointed to the 112 :
miles of former state roads the state
Department of Transportation has
turned back to the county to maintain.
Shuford also pointed to the so-called i .
"CPA relief bill" which Imposes on "
the county the responsibility to SCRIPTO '

employ a private certified public accountant COLGATE ., SCHICK IVORY DIET or REGULAR
to audit books. LIGHTER"Mighty ;
The "CPA relief biir came about t Mate*).Adiuslable.
when state auditor Gene Ellenson 7-oz tub. Price redacts Super M twin-blad. 3.5.01. personal size barsLimit Choice of colors Reg. 99' ea 12-oz cans Pack 01 6
asked the legislature for 90-plus additional 20- oil libel Limit 1 cartridges, Limit 1 4 2 ) Limn 1 The legislature to work refused.In his a / 41' S7l2/ .!.:' 09

Ellenson reacted by notifying counties o 89 s 178W 6ftA "

audit his office books will no longer be able to FOR n {)

county \\'r.
"Mr. Ellenson must be a powerful ", .1.
man" said Chairman Carter
He works for the legislature Com
missioner Hodges pointed out.
There is some question whether it Is ECKERD .
constitutional for the state to forgo ASPIRIN IRONING ,
auditing the county books, said county Bottle 100 REVLON PETER PAN PEANUT BUTTER A must for dorm students "''1'? rt
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ORWELCHSGRAPEJELLY,_ Perfect for srrall or touch; "
ti attorney pointed Dudley out Florida Hardy.statutes The attorney do -l.IYr"O Fsatbefecbve Limit 1 ; CHARLIE 1a-OI'' Crerfmy-smooth 29 Limit 1 Peanut Butler up tmM Req 499Lml1t, .:

require funding of state mandated SPRAY COLOGNE 1'09 't 388

) programs U f* f\ 4-02 Elegant&appeal129 bii
CPA Pat Farnsworth, who assisted SIGNAL Z9 mg fragrance. Reg 4 75 32-ot.GrapWellyReg 119 DRIP DRY fv-r /
Clerk Gib Brown in preparing the MOUTHWASH ** **Llmll I. Limit 2 HANGERSassorted .

budget,pointed out that locally raised ___ a.V ;<) re"\MI", { 't II',.. "'1
funds comprise only 45 percent of the. I9Relreetnng: ; .. ,r TT' Sge. 'olors,
revenue In the budgets The ether 85' 1 L I l ,i I 'y Reg 97snses ::> ;
) percent is state and federal funds. ; '
"You can see what our taxes would VIDALSASSOON MARS / -
be be if revenue sharing was cut out," 24-HOUR
J Commissioner E.W. Hodges stated. FINISHING RINSE CANDY BARS k STUDENT
"If the the five DEODORANT j *j Q Designed\ to seal ,
governor keeps percent & protect your Popular election ol you' WASTE CAN .
(tax increase) cap on next yearyou'll 8-oz, Choice of beiutiful hair favorite treats RegLimit .", .-
Metal I consirochanLIm4 I I
see a lot of counties looking for 69' > Spice. 1 or Herbal 8 ol Limit. T Ion m assorted colors.
other sources of revenue," Hodges 51 00 Req 2 29
out.Farnsworth. 1
pointed i
projecting revenue is a risky and .. Choose _
uncertain business. Accepted BAND-AID. SHAMPOO ->!!$. I
procedure YOUR regular v ,
is to come within five percent, BANDAGES BAND-AID Specl"IWneatOerm : CHOICE 99s; or underbed
Farnsworth said, then pointed out Pack of 60 '. 99C A Honey formula ( sire Rug 1 39
that the '5-os Limit 1 ALADDINSNACK
$100,000 reserve fund projected <: plastic strips oti HEFTY
for this budget Is just three percent 49 Limit 1 JAR SANDWICH BAGS

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"I think satisfied + Insulated with IreeiaDia 3 /100 Cltar plaStlc
people are or
PacN of Hofty
Bill there'd more people here," said TUMS h- RAVE SOFT lid Reg *49 Limit 1 FoN, bogs
Charles McKinney said he'd read Antacid' tablets, Regular HOME PERMANENT =2==- 99 I
flavor Roll of 12 Limit 3 -
the commission is Simple gentle C"
considering a one- ') ifXQ Q
cent gasoline tax to increase revenue. 3/ permanent kit BOOKCASE. '
49' Limit, 1SALLY ;>7..11,1\ ,\
Commissioner Dave Shuford said explained
ROL-S 19" Z9'' 1 Hickory -
the county needs some fin".h Reg 26 99 I
method of financing road -
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maintenance and improvements, that VASELINEINTENSIVE '.. K 50FOOTGARDEN 'j
tourists who also use the roads would HANSEN 11 COMBI LOUNGER 1 HOSE ;

would a gas tax.and that such a tax CARE < .\ NAIL ENAMEL Cadmiur plated:steel fi.irwith. ,' Davy Q Flexible, 'ii", .win, .
to be approved by the people BABY POWDER w duty vmj, ) 'iver Adu'v, 23* b'dSI'"h'g' II "I._'
in a vote Soothing a.r e 'Trial: size' 'to 8 position, Reg U 88 Reg 19 T
It is his opinion that a referendum 99'..TI pier. P..w r 49 Many colors luscious / 188 N. Kt,

on a tax for the volunteer fire depart- Limit: I Limit' 2 1iL OLM 3500 SPINNING REEL s "C,

said.ments would fail Chief Harry Green & E242 SUPER RODCOMBINATION /1 :;:I/.

It's the same old story, Commissioner WHITE RAIN JOVAN MUSK : -' :
Shuford pointed out- I 1';:.: Q 99A'urr'um'DOW I '1q1
"People want all these services but 89*spray TS-ot Holds'osolhllr hair gently AFTER SHAVE COLOGNE I<+t GENERAL ELECTRIC 'rw"Ma L.V "gltmanlcring" gutlrs 'J't
they don't t want to for them. Invigorating, l> "
pay for hours Limit 1 LIGHT BULBS Rt>4 ole 98 r'1'
When they call they expect to see a Choic. of types 4f\ scent Splash'f.' /j 10
on' 4.oz --- SogWndebulb. 60 75"r 100 Q G
deputy driving up when they walk out .t4 Reg rpo watt' Reg 316 KODAKEKTRAICAMERA I
the door. All that costs money. WONDRA OUTFIT
"One thing you can all be assured / roo- 4 |
Soothing skin 4 JK/-J59/ 4 799
of" Shuford stressed, "is that next 99' conditioner ....,...,? MILES ; / I ;-v I r
year there will be programs cut our or 10-ot. 2 types Ar-1 POCk.lslzecllmera'ljJ:: '1 M

taxes raised. 1TAMPAX ONE A DAY *Jsi SYLVANIA I ".
"And I don't t believe we can raise '""
taxes enough to keep from cutting TAMPONS PLUS IRON ;
dAiRO r Lt III I '
programs. RAID L 293cu/ea.12
53SuperorSupevPlus i "JSO 9 muglpleleotl00p1u330\Vitaminr + 1 ( Blue
I Limit t IN A "
Limit 1 r tablets PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH |O dot quality ::oar
Flea Market Sat. I KIt' <.rawiii" 'gbugsmthpif WESTCLOX. "I .- .
., .. ,... .. ,.,. ... ,tracks Reg ,' 49 ALARM CLOCK ... 11.
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A flea market, local retarded citizens sponsored association by a, has ii1 Ia ,f'JI lt ,d;', <
been scheduled here Saturday, Aug. flog 199 l
25, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Bradford BEACHCOMBER I: .,
Square. Some of the for sale items Include ". _, EVEREADYHEAVY DUTY
clothing, books, canned goods '; THONGS jg r BATTERIES'
and ,. 1-
more. 3sIyhencoocUunaledbracululs,4 \ '- .',!,, I
The program known as The Home- ft 3 pairs ol matching A.g'I" JL WISK 99C'dA .., .-'.," 1I' ::;'
bound Intervention Program of Brad- pierced earring C"OICO' ,. DETERGENT ':.J
,.. ..,' .
ford Union Association for Retarded ol gold siivuf or HI r <>4 '1.,1'| I il> .3. tit!'
'tone colort limit tReg i tU'U't li tit' Mi 'M
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Phot IIIe M4.4963 walker Alternatives for a housing .$ well. as other public works pro- second-year grant la Otto it. She In other huxinnHH at the talm; and!
rehabilitation program funded by a noted that 100 percent of the FY-78 fthrtrt meeting t/' mmjll lt..If1r.'
School $310,000 HUD grant will be studied by Lucas explained' the housing grant monies will have to be spent in
Days School began for to the church services five-member committee appointed by rehabilitation grant, the first In a order to be eligible for the second- Wrote off 14.. in unpaid utility
teachers Monday, August 20. for all betnlnng* with the Starke city commission at Tues three-year grant bills,
school In Bradford Friday 1:30: Bible Study. Friday 7:30 program, would Involve year grant. St,2D4 of which wax owwl hy thr-
County Studenta TarryIng Sanfe School'WMt. day night's meeting. work on individual houses with Ms. Day also asked permission to previous owner's of frraen..
will Sunday
begin Monday August 27. am. Morning Commissioners Wilbur Waters individual contractors. Some 37 advertise for a rehabilitation Restaurant, now called the Brahma
Everyone .Is. working for a successful YPCW. Evening Worship 7 11 a.m. I p.m. Harold Epps and Ted Oglesby along houses will be renovated, an existing specialist and code enforcer. Her request Restaurant and under new manage
school year.NAACPi p.m. with Jim Lucas project engineer of safe center rehabilitated un was unanimously approved merit.

The Bradford County Zfam A.M.E. Church: Women's Bessent, Hammock Ruckman delapidated. and vacant struc after some discussion as to whether
NAACP officer are asking members Day will be observed. Sunday beginnng Engineering Co: of Jacksonville, and bares torn down, and a threefourthsof there are qualified women rehabilitation Epps expressed concern over the
with expired membership cards to with Sunday School 10 aim Morn- Linda Day, grants coordinator. At a mile section of road paved. specialists.MayorCommissioner. wril* .tt saying the city could not
please renew them and encourage a ing Worship u a.m. Mrs. Mary M. torney J.J. Wolbert will act as lay ad A $410,000 appropriation la being Joseph Warren afford to throw away thousands of
new person The help of Lee Is speaking. 3 p.m. speaker will visor. asked for the iwo-ei fiscal year, the said he's never run Into a woman dollars every few months. lie suggested -
everyone is l min be Mrs. E. Littles. Everyone Is In The committee will study othercities' main thrust of which would be to who knew much about building but the bond trustees look into the
vited. programs and design a housing rehabilitate 73 to 80 more houses and agreed a woman could probably do matter, and possible alternatives to
Dell Chapter 1M O.E.8. will meet Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist rehabilitation program following the renovation of two recreation the Job. write-offs be suggested
Thursday September 13, 7:30.: All Church guidelines suggested by HUD. centers, the old and the Pratt
: Monday: Tiny Tots armory --- ------- ----
members are asked to attend. This lathe rehearsal 6:30: p.m.; Senior Choirrehearsal Lucas said the two criteria that Street Playground. The second year
first meeting for the fail must be met that low to middle Income would also
season 7:30 pm.; Tuesday: are see initiation of a code en- DUANELOPTlS 11 TEARS
Summer Is coming to a close. We can Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.m. Wednes people be helped and the grant forcement, which means removal of ExPERIlNCE!
begin our work: for the fall. We will day: Circle Meetings all at 7:30 p.m. money be spent In the target area. nuisance Items like wrecked cars,un
begin with a Chat and Chew session. McKay's Circle meets at the home of Lucas said the city has until Sept. 14 wanted litter, etc. ..
We are looking for you. sister Mary Bradshaw Blye's Circle to report to HUD on a program The third phase of the program arT ANHONIS, COlT n"IIAr.

Girl Scoot: Membership dues will meets at the home of sister Blondeva choice. seeks to appropriate $420,000 for the AIR CONDITIONING
hare to be sent in by September 18. Risby,Lee's Circle meets at the home "The city can go with a 100 percent continuation of the code enforcementand
Parents are asked to of sister Barbara Dean. Thursday: grant program or grant and loan,or rehabilitation of 40 more houses. REFRIGERATION HEATING
the leaden In helping cooperate to meet with the Story Hour, 7:30 p.m. Friday: Junior all loans",..these are things we must In the third year the city would also
deadline for dues. The leaders Choir rehearsal 6 p.m.; Junior Usher discuss Lucas toid commissionen. acquire land and develop sites 964-5342
asking for parents to work with are Board. 6:30: pm. Saturday: Dinner The FY-'79 HUD grant which runs proximately 24 lots The land would
leaden in the various activities the will be sold from the kitchen.Sunday: from August 1979 to September 1880 then be sold to interested builders for HOME REPAIR SERVICE
plan is totally different than the federally subsidized MOBILi HOMES, MOTELS RESIDENCE APARTMENTS
ned by the girls and leaders Sunday School. '::30 a.m.. Morning $ housing.
Worship 11 a.m., Annual Deaconess grant received from HUD for street, Ms. Day told commissioners the
The Concerned Citizens of Bradford Anniversary Meeting 3 p.m drainage and sewage Improvements, deadline for pre-applicatlon for the
County will have their monthly
meeting Thursday (tonight), August
23, In the Day Care room,7:30. All interested

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES visited her aunt, Mrs. Elva Reddingon by Elizabeth Terry her other son-in-law and daughter with her daughter Miss Dianne Bennett
North Baptist Had an enrollmentof Wednesday morning. Pbone 782-3-309 Mr and Mrs. Truman Norman went of Bristol Tenn. Her daughter
133 in their Vacation Bible Schoof Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr.,of Lake City to Asbevllle and Black Mountain, returned home with her for a visit.
last week and they had an average of and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Rentiers of N.C.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended
126 every night. Charleston. S.C. visited their brotiiterand and Mrs. Ream Starting/ attended the Starling Family reunion on
Grace United Methodist The baby sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs O.J. Millard Jordan returned home trom mO 1el'.M.n. ci.n. bteohens, of UM funeral of their uncle !Mr.\ Sunday. They were Saturday overnight
shower for Elizabeth Ann Slater, new Boyctte, Jr., and family on Friday New York on Sunday after a visit with Panasokkee 1st very 01 and they went John Starling: near Lakeland on Edon guests of their brother and
daughter of John and Carol Slater night. relatives and friends. back to stay with her for some time. day. slster-ln-Jaw Mr. and Mrs. Norman.
was an enjoyable event. It was co- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise, Mr. and Little Jacqueline Lines has sis her Ray Wilson and his house guest, Starling of Lakeland.
hosted by the United Methodist Mrs. Vernon Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright house guest Christy Joyce, of Raymond McAllister went to Savan
Women and was at the home of Mrs. Buster Bennett and daughter,Nancy, children of Lakeland spent a part of Jacksonville. nab Ga., spent three days with their MIss'Elizabeth Terry visited her
Robert "Jeans" Lee. a week in the mountains of their vacation with their mother, and Mrs. Carl Prevatt spent a week friend George Huggins. sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of
The Thrift Shop has a new selection spent North Carolina. while here they painted her house. with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mrs Joyce Bennett returned home Gainesville from Thursday until
of clothes-especfally school clothing. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee's and Mrs. L.II. Harper,of Starke while Saturday after visiting some time Saturday.

Come by each afternoon this week! spent a week in Ashevllle, N.C. and .":
August 20-29, from 2-5 p.m. andThis the Black Mountain area. F

Mr. and Mrs. James Dunlap and OO.. ..... # ..... t.. ... ... .... .-.. ..
Friday night, August 24 from 7 son Jimmy, of Killean,Texas,spent a Hampton fli-Lites II
p.m. until 12 p.m. will be special week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. By uelorea Meal fa Mrs. Anna Clayton of Hampton
prayer night for children returning to Sinclair Criffia and family. They and Phone MS-im Lake. ;
school. Everyone can drop by. their mother, Mrs. Sinclair Griffis those unable to attend the celebra brothers and their families attendedthe
Mr. Jack Estes Is currently went to Disney World while here. Hampton Elementary News tion. festivities also. While there they Golden Wedding -
undergoing treatment at the St. Vin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, of Personnel of Hampton Elementary visited John's brothers and families Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanellfcelebrated
cent's Hospital Jacksonville.The Valdosta Ga., were Sunday dinner reunited during the week to preparefor Back Home in Rochester, Minnesota, and Arcadia their Golden Wedding Anniversary -
Fellowship supper last SundayIn guests of their brother and sister-in- the 79-80 school term. Mrs Catherine Thomas and Wisconsin. on August 18 at the Starke
the partially constructed Fellowship law, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. Principal Connie Clark distributed daughters Katie Ann and Judy, have Jane preceded her family In coming Golf and Country Club. :
Hall was an enjoyable event. A Mr and Mrs. Raymond Williams and schedules, guidelines, and necessary returned home from their vacation home to attend cia...... She also Among those who attended the
lovely birthday cake for Mrs. Truby family, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Information for the school year. when they visited the Grand Ole Opry visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.Otis festivities with them and also some!
Wainwright was provided. Her grand afternoon with them. Teachers attended meetings Starke In Nashville, Tennessee. They also Mlllenbine Orlando. relaxation at the Stefanelll home on
daughters, Irene and Joyce Wainwright On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. O.J. where they received additional information. traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio, where John, Brenda and Paul returned the lake were their children and
sang a few enjoyable hymnsin Boyette, Jr. and their brother and Books and instructional: supplies they visited their grandmother, Mrs. home Saturday via Amtrack train. families including Mr. and Mrs. JintBiggs
English/Spanish.: Other visitors. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don were ordered and rooms were Rose Parsons, who is 91 years of age Incidentally, Tony Bawek obtained of Jacksonville Beach Mr. and'
the church were their mother, Mlnou Boyette and family,Mr.and Mrs. Rob readied for students. Lunches will be and who plans to visit her relatives some Bradford County peanuts on a' Mrs. Robert Stefanelll of Gainesville
and the Jack Wainwrights from Manning and family of Macclenny SO cents for children and 91 for adults. here soon. visit here several years ago. He was Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stefanelll of
tallahassee. and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Rentiers, of School begins Monday,August 27 at very successful in raising thesepeanuts Wichita Falls Texas, and Mr. and
The next Fellowship supper will be Charleston, S.C. ate supper with their 8:30: a.m. On Leave each year and is known as Mrs.Albert Stef a neW of Jacksonville. I
the second Sunday evening In mother Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr., of Kindergarten through 7th grade are U. S. Army Spec.4 C. W. Melton the Peanut Man in Staceyville. Others from this area who attended I
September with the "Little Christian Lake City. enrolled at the school. (Buckle) is enjoying 31 days of leaveat the reception were Mr. and Mrs:
Singers" from Lochloosa. Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece, his home here. He Is visiting his Wedding Michael Brunetti Mr. and Mrs; !
Guests at the Methodist Parsonagethis Mrs. W.F. Atwood,Sr., were business parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Melton, Among those from this area atten- Michael Dazinskl, Mrs. Randy Scog*
weekend were Jim Love, his wife visitors in Jacksonville on Wednes Hampton Christian Academy Sr., and family; his grandparents, ding the wedding on Saturday of gins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, and !
Carol,and son "J".Jim is the brotherof Hampton Christian Academy Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mellon Mrs. Ricky Brown and Danette Rodrigueat Mr and Mrs. Francis Meng. .. f
Rev. Love and is an employee of day.Roger Wade of Jacksonville, ano. begins the school year on Monday, Adie McConaghy, and other relativesand St.Edward's Catholic Church were f
the Polk County School System. Emery Eunice and daughter, Aug. 27 at 8:30: a.m. Kindergarten friends in the area. Buckle is happy Mr and Mrs. E.L.Brown and family, Travelers :. I
Darlene, of Gainesville visited his through 12th grade are taught at this to be in the States again, and! his Mrs.T.F. Brown,Mrs.Brenda Jones, David Dyal and Kevin Meng returned -. :
PERSONALS: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon school on SR 18.Aunt. next assignment will be in beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Allan Archey and family home Sunday from a week's vacation I
We are happy to say that Mrs. Saturday. Colorado. Mrs. Paul Meng, Mr. and Mrs. in the Smokey Mountains. They: I
Daisy Boch received a good report Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Stephens and Belle 1st Michael Brunetti and sons, Michael went with friends to Dyal'a mountain'home :
from Dr. Nelson, of Jacksonville, on Mr and Mrs. L.H. Harper of Starke Relatives and friends gathered at Travelers and Clifford and Mrs. Francis Meng. near Cherokee. They enjoyed
Tuesday and he told her that she attended services. at First Baptist Hampton City Hall Sunday to honor Mrs. Ruth Dennison and her Mrs. and Miss canoeing in the river rapids, and'
could return to work on Monday the Church on Sunday morning. Mrs.Thomas F. Brown, "Aunt Belle"in daughter, Mrs. Virginia Roark have Joyce Meng arrange flowers for swimming In the cool, cool waters:
celebration of her 90th birthday on returned home after a week's vaca the wedding and reception. They traveled through the Carolina::
20th.Mr.. and Mrs. Willis Starling, of Julius Eunice, of Starke was a Sun August 21.Among tion. They visited their daughter, and Tennessee, sightseeing:
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde day dinner guest of his parents, Mr. those attending were her Mrs. Patsy Harvey and family':, who VisitingMr. throughout that mountain area. :
Starling, of Avon Park, visited their and Mrs. Harold Eunice. childen, Mrs. Kathryn Carbone of all accompanied them to the 27th An- and Mrs. Randy Brown and
sister, Mrs. Elva Reddish on Monday Rosselle, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Frank nual Mountain Fair In Hiawassee, IOn, Jeremy arrived last Wednesdayfor CongratulationsThe :; i
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, of Brown of Winter Haven, and Mr. and Georgia. They spent four days there a visit with his family The: Topsy Connie Clark efforts In caring':
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore spent Worthington Springs were dinner Mrs. Gordon West of Miami. listening to good old country music Brown's.They also attended the wed- for and training horses paid off during
five days of their vacation with guests of their sister, Mrs. Pierce Other outof-townguests attendingwere similar to the Grand Ole Opry. They ding of Ricky and Danette where Ran the summer months I Their
friends and relatives In the mountainsof Crews. her niece, Miss Jessie, Mae heard the Hank Williams Troubadors dy served aa best man. He also sang quarterhorse, Vandy, took first place:
Gatlinburg, Tenn. Brannon of Bartow; her nephew and other popular musical groups. and played the guitar for the wedding.On in four consecutive route races which
Steve Futch of Starke, visited his Henry Hodges and children attended Raleigh Brannen and his wife,Sue, of They enjoyed the square and c cloggin'' Sunday they all spent the day at covered 660 yards to 770 yards. Vandy'
aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry on Tues the Stock Car Races at Lake City Bedford Lake; Reverend James dancing too.Before Silver Springs where they celebratedRobyn's won some monetary rewards as well*
day morning. Speedway on Saturday night. Shaw of Jacksonville, Miss Norma coming home they visited August 11 birthday when she as a lovely trophy recently. Scott;
Roger Eunice was the speaker was Sweeney who has been working in Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harvey in the turned 12, and Reggy's 17th birthday spend several months working at the-
the speaker at First Baptist Church Mrs. Eileen Kelly and son of Brazil; Mr. and Mrs. Akins of Lake Hiawassee Mountains. In Gainesville, August IS.Randy Pompano Race Track this summer;;
while their pastor Brother David Jacksonville, spent the weekend with Crystal; Mrs. Thelma Milliken and Georgia, they visited a quaint who was formerly employedat and was Vandy's chief trainer. '
Brown was In Conference In Hilliard. her In-laws, Mr. and Mrs. George Kel daughter of Ocala; Glen Milliken of Swedish Village which Included shops Gold Head Branch State Park Congratulations, also, to Mrs..Mark';
Roger's grandmother, Mrs. Selma ly. Brooksvllle, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob featuring many types of Christmas before transferring with his family to Hodges who landed a 7' Ib. bass last':
Eunice who Is living with her son and Prine of Gainesville. decorations and novelties. The days Fort Cooper In Inverness, has been week in Hampton Lake. For a novice;.
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mrs. Bettie Carter and children and Many friends were happy to see were lovely, scenery was beautiful, promoted to his new position aa Assis- fisherwoman, that is quite a feat! '
Eunice and son David. Mrs. Eunice Mrs. Alma Jean Wilkerson of Ocala, Aunt Belle looking so lovely and nights were cool,and they enjoyed the tant Superintendent at Collier- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng attended p;
and David brought her to Prayer were Sunday dinner guests of their young. She graciously greeted guests trip immensely, Seminole State Park In Marco, southof birthday party Sunday in honor of'
Meeting so she could be with us and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowell and appreciated every visitor, every Naples. their grandson, Adam Hunter, who-
4 hear Roger. Prevatt. They celebrated Mrs. kind remembrance and the many Recuperating turned 7 on August 20, and celebrated. I
Mrs. Bonnie Cox, of Jacksonville, Wilkerson's birthday. gifts and calls she received from Sylvester Smith Is recovering at his Hampton Lake News at the home of his parents, Mr. and
home following surgery and two CongratulationsDanny Mrs. Theron Hunter in Keystone I
and Kathy Griffis are the '
weeks Heights.
hospitalization at Gainesville's
4 Veterans Hospital. happy parents of their baby daughter, Melody, Green celebrated her 13th I
Amanda Nicole. She was born August! on August 18. I
Visitors 14 at Alachua General Hospital., David Meng celebrated his birthday I
4J weighing 7 Ibs.7 oz.,measuring IV In- }:
Miss Norma Sweeney, a former ches. on August 20... .
resident, is spending some
:J Maternal
time in the area.On Sunday she spokeat grandparents are Jeff Visitors I
the Hampton Christian Church and Helen Baker of Hampton. Paternal Mrs. Dolly Simpson and her guests
.' .... grandparents are J. A. and Julia anddaughter
." about her work as a missionary in Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin
t1 h .Ii Brazil. GrUfis of Graham. Paternal grand- Vickie, from Ohio, enjoyedthe ,
: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nickelson and parents are Mr. and Mrs. AlfonsoTaibi weekend at Crescent Beach.
children, Heather and Adam, of Sanford i of Graham. Paternal great aunt i I.
lis.. visited his brother, Tim

NOTICE Nickelson and family last week.They ............
also visited her sister, Mrs. David
Meng and family before returning
home Monday.

: CPR Instruction To Be i:Concluded Sept 7
Golden Wedding .
OF TAX INCREASE Mr. and Mrs. John Bawek and "
children, Brenda and Paul, attendedthe The first phase of the CPR The second phase, "Basic Life Sup
Golden Wedding Anniversary (Cardie-Pulmonary Resuscitation) port", will be given at the civic centerat
: '.:., :;: '.:' '..,' .:, :":,:':.. : ."' : ,'" ,'. .. ,:- ':" :',- :.' : ,., celebration of his parents, Mr. and course being offered by the Kingsley 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7. In order to

,..Itf Mrs. Tony Bawek, In SUceyville, Lake Property Owners Associationwas be certified, those taking the course
Iowa, recently. The affair began with held at the KLPOA civic center will be given a written examination at
special services at the Visitation last Friday night with Cliff Chapmanas this time.
Catholic Church there. John's five Instructor.


The Bradford County Commission proposes to t" .

increase your property taxes by 2.9% percent. '\\1'. df\eU.a COt\ .


A public hearing on the increase will be held onWednesday

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August 29, 1979 at 8:00: p.m., at the .2

County Commissioners' Room of the Bradford SALE l


County Courthouse, Starke, Florida. &1, \


This change will only mean an approximate

J..' Savings On all Units In Stock

increase of 22C per 1000.00 of taxable valuation :' .

to Bradford County property owners. See The Exciting New.r: .::,," .

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l n / Union to be "Tigers"? on Defense ? j

r, With seven returning lettermen and

i, a total of 22 players fighting for a 0 _
: ; place In the defensive lineup, the
: : Union High Tiger Defense is sitting
: pretty.Head. I ,I I

Coach Jimmy Thomas must
have done some recruiting following
the spring jamboree. In the spring
iNt Mfy .Y tIA he had 13 seniors and 16 I Ir

Underclassmen on the Tiger squad.
Now he boasts IS seniors. 18 juniors
five sophomores and two freshmen.

v W4k ".;think right now depth could be i
jay Very good for us," Thomas said
earlier this week We feel like

w ,I we've got capable people backing us
'., ., Up.
: Thomas said he will stick with the I
defensive coach Joe Register gets a ride on the sled, compliments of two Tiger linemen. 5-2-defense he ran last year. He said ,, ? it 0I

----. J'. a versatile defense, which easily
.adapts to moat offenses eliminating "
the need for major changes as the

BHS Tornado Defense Young... lee pg. 2B ,Tigers move through the" season.
Last week we previewed the offense < "This is our base defense he IBid
this week we have "We feel like it's a sound defense."
looks at the defenses of the three area ASA Road Ends for Machine... eee pg. 38 *'started 4 As the grunting and growling I
with fall
high school football teams. up practice Monday.
August 20, players and positions
Pell Gives 9em Hell. began to take shape. f
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see pg. 3D The Tiger boss has a whole :
truckload of defensive backs, ini .bJ
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.. _...... eluding three lettermen -Terry
-.00. ::1-, Lawtey Cubs Host McDowell (Jr) at Tigerback Bobby Tiger defensive backs run through tackling drills during Monday's first full- .
\Crosby (Sr) at cornerback and.JIOIsibly dress practice session.
/ sharing the job of running
r- Rib The ball for the offense and David
g Semi-Pro BaseballThe
I III .Barber (Jr) doing time at free safety Thomas is sending lettermen Kevin last year, playing behind Pritchettand
when he Isn't busy at quaterback. A. Griffis (Sr). a former defensive Simmons.
'''Lawtey Cuba baseball team ( "Phillip Jackson will be playing end and Kenneth Clyatt (Jr), former With only three men working ,at.
Baked Dam BuffetCarved will be holding their 3rd Annual In- 'safety..he's got real good speed- defensive lineman to fill those two defensive tackle defensive line Coach.,,
vitational Tournament this weekend tie's quick and fast," Thomas said. spots. Ronnie Pinkston (Jr) and Joe Register may have to bring In a
II August the new Cobble".Weldrecrotion t Tlgerback Crosby may also get the Johnny Croft (Sr) are slated as couple more backups.. So far,big,
II center in Lawtey, nod to run the ball on the offense, number two linebackers behind that Jimmy Norman (Jr), Leslie Williams
Eight teams will on hand. Including Thomas says. pair. Thomas admitted Griffis and (Soph) and Greg Hall (Fr) are work
the host Cubs and Lawtey Unlimitedof Other gridders working for a spot In Clyatt will have their work cut out for ing on those two slots. Keep an eye on.
II. LWCI will be selling barbeque the defensive backfield Include: them, but said he thinks prior experience Hall for the next few years. Thomas
Nite. 25 .
I Saturday August chicken dinners. Games start Satur Tlgerback- Tommy Raulerson on the defensive side of the has been saying some good things
day morning at 10 a.m. with the Go- (Soph); cornerback-Lewls Alex ball will help them to adjust quickly. about this new recruit.
Go Club Hawthorne versus the ander (Sr), Rufus George (Jrl) Chris Ricky Carlton (Jr) and James Fighting for the chance to get in on
Limited Time Offer With Out Otherwise, Desired By Our Guest I Jacksonville Cubs. The JacksonvilleColts Simmons(Jr),Steve Cornell(Jr) and Webb(Jr) take over at defensive end the action at nose guard are Carlos
I. meet the Live Oak Tigers at 1 Charlie Grinder (Soph); free safety- replacing graduates Jon Pritchettand Johary (Sr) and Dean O'Steen (Jr),
p.m, the host Cubs get into action Robert Holmes (Jr). Lemuel Simmons. Carlton and both lettermen,along with John Grif
You Get A Glass Of Wine against the Nine-Devils of Archer at Thomas Is also looking at Jeff Webb were slated for those positions fis (Sr).
I '9:30, and CawM-aml .Uw 1Ia.'tllltrA Smith MrLnnri St v*>.Inhnwnn (Jr as. -fgvaral aeaiocs ue- saw a the

a Angels meet in the final first round potential defensive backs. ..........................i......... squad havinglnever played before
Of Your Choice game. Left without linebackers after 1978 Union High's Tigers close out fall but Thomas said he expects to get

I drills with the jamboree at Chle and some mileage out of them before the
Rose Friday night, August 31. year is out. Ills returning seniors are
Burgundy, Chablis & The jamboree starts at 8 with the good leaders, he. and he expects
Tigers tangling with Newberry's Pan- them to do a good fob both on and off

I thers In the third quarter and taking the field.
i Choice Of Vegetables on the host Indians' (In the fourth Of the 18 juniors, four are let.

fi "Oven Brown.Potatoes.-Biked "Potato..,* -"\"" '."" .. ..... "' :.....-' ..wo. NOIiSYAftIDCv.' ....,-_,,.... .'" ',. 1 period.the favorites Those In two the teams district rank race among in:'ja.UCHS' termen experience, and and most plenty,have of some experienceon playing "
field behind last
I season opener winbe 'In practice ,
Green Bean Almondlne Sweet Peas & $ tough seniors. '
Gainesville against P.K. Yonge Fri.
6' Metal Culvert Pipes for Driveways And
Mushroom. Broccoli SpearW/Cheese Drainage day, September 7 in a district and Tiger fall practice with pads began
Suwannee Conference matchup. Monday, August 20, with plenty of
Sauce' Plus II .................................... grunting and growling.
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fridayLimited two-a-day ..
TimOnly\ I .. .. .. . . Valentino joins his peen in preaching
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M stands but defense wins the games.
6P. Last year the 4-6 Indians relied on
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.soo mark as a spotty offense managed -
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surrendered more than two \
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West Nassau ruined KHHS' opener '\
23-0 and Hastings riddled the IndiansIn "
a 34-8 win but other than that the .
All Keystone stop troops kept the Indians '
in every game. '
I "One of the keys to our team again
YouI .la our defensive pJaYi" said t
Friday after practice session .
of l the fall. "A good defense .r ti
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Can more snaps...and can also lead t 1
to scores Itself with and '
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tests against outside competition this "
year will be at Hawthorne. The In-
diana join the Hornets. P.K. Yonge,
...... and probably Class "A" Gainesville ; \
,,. oc. Oak Hall for the fall jamboree Thurs I :"' '
I day night, August 30, at Hawthorne I
Boiled Ocean Perch ; #
Fried Frog Legs
and open the regular season against I '
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Shrimp Whole !
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want to keep the offense guessing. i
Potatoes Potato Salad The problem for an offensive! lineman
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Salad fit ink 1hufsFri&Sat.OnIYTERWILLEGAR! if you live him a lot oT different ,'
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WeAteoSetlMULTIMILE d. Pm Optimistic About This Group"When

TIRES Bradford High's Tornadoes.
kick off the 71 grid canifiafeibelare
home folk against rival I Maccienjiy
First Quality No Blems or Second Friday night September f, no more
than three seniors (possibly two)
I* Free Mounting Compare Our Price figure to be suiting in the defensive
front seven' for BHS.and the Tornado
secondary will be composed 01
Road Hazard Guarantee players who didn't play a down from
scrimmage when BUS topped the 1
Wildcat l-7 last year
mtvm These are perfect figures for + ''tl l .x4 k, 1
veteran BUS Defensive Coordinator
G78.4 Mike Sexton to quote in the weeks
1078-14 2688 r*.' $2988 J78.5 $3288 preceding: UM Wildcats visit Veteran
G78-5 us-us coaches such as Sexton are expectedto
F78"-14 shortchange their squads in, toe 1 .,, ;,tf h'ay wr
Plus Fet JH78-15 Plus FE1 Pun Fet preseasan..emphaslsing every +
'\\. weakness imaginable a la "Bear'B.ant
,:: ';STEEL,\..: BELTED, '(RADIALS, :! :. .: :., :.': no gridiron matter deck how might loaded be.or empttheir

But theta not Sexton at least not flrP v pd
.,/ this year. As he evaluated the remains h i f.!a' b
ER78.14 $/Q88 HR78-14 JR78-1S S 188 of last season's "Friday NightDefense"
$5288 before a night practice session
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HR78-15 boss talked In optimistic terms
Plus FET Plus FET PlU8 FET despite what his crew looks like "onpMpet'
"I'm very optimistic with this
TUNE-UP ." Sexton offered. "With as
much progress as we've made
Most 4Cyt '2295 8 Cyl '269S (through spring drills and five fall

8 Cyl '3O95 two-a-day sessions) and as hard a* .
Light Trucks I the kids have worked I'm optimistic
Monroe Matic- envy artyszrncis about 'em. I Just hope we continue
along the same path. I was amazed at Tornado Richard Smith, right stretches bet the ball Is Bill Goodge booted the ball out of the hold of Dwaynepct I
WHITE SPOKE WHEELS the way we conducted the first day of him In BPS placeklcklng work Monday. Strickland.The .
drills. They were ready to go like we ................................ -------- ..
$2288 installed $ had never quit between the spring and Tornadoes will hold their 1Mb
2 For 25Complete now. annual Parents Night at the BHS
gymnasium Friday night August 24,
"1 I still that after we
hope can say
next week," Sexton said, with aU vanity and Intro and
pads on
cheerleaders to be to
I Front End & spicing the conversation with at leasta
GENERAL dash of coach's caution, parents, relatives, and their guests.
There will be a short scrimmageafter
"Sometimes you think you know
Brake Service MECHANIC where you are before you put the padson Fall the Jamboree program.action for Bradford tun 7
and find out differently
you High will come at Florida Field In
it's brighter ,
Sometimes a picture
Gainesville Friday night August 31.
\\964-64 ;ge 964-6436 other times it's not so bright. with the season opening at home versus
: Macclenny: the follwing Friday.
The defensive picture Includes
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We've had a fuel M + 1 ,

-Fallback- Randy Thompson, tailback Mike Jordan, and quarterback Bill
Goodge power out of the I-formation during a BUS practice session Monday. I
adjustment charge Tailback John Bennett looks on from the rear.

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Tornadoes of last year and two others offensive start**Ronald Mathers(Sr I 4
who got a start or two late in the"cam 179) has been moved over to help the T
paign. The "78 club gave up big yardage defense (he may go both ways) and,
on occasion but allowed the should start at either weakside tackle
since 1925. enemy over 20 points only once (In a or end while senior letterman Martin
23-3 first-loss setback to Gainesville Hersey (154) backs Swindell. The I,
Eastside), and kept the opponents in heady Hildebran ended as the second.
single digits In six of the 11 contests. leading tackler for BUS last year
Returning up front are noseman (behind departed Fred Woods) with a
Kevin Reddish (Junior 171 pounds), SO( primary-22 assists-72 total but it
linebacker-defensive signal caller was Reddish who was atop the stop|
Here's Danny Hildebran (Sr 109), and chart before ankle and foot '
why you'vejust strong-side tackle Frank Swindell (Jr ruined the second half injuries;
211). all 78 starters, along with sophomore year. Reddish's injury
sometime-starters Timmy Jones (Sr history continued In the spring as his i
154) and Jimmie Wright (Jr 162). '78 "good',ankle was banged up in the!I
spring jamboree. Since Sexton I
couldn't name a backup at middle)
noticed 'FLORIDA guard as of last week the state of Red-
It. dish's health Tornadoes.could be a key for the inexperienced -

THEATRE The opUmiaim( Sexton holds (Is bas-
; ed largely on the practice play of his*
young troops. He admits that "What!
Fit Thru Thure. we're really counting on Is the kids
t like Bruce Rehberg; Mark Crews

.. 7- Big Days Jeff Lawmen, Chuck Williams, and
I Kenny Massey to continue to develop
: like they have been. We're counting
.' on them to come around In a hurry
and be ready to contribute. They can
: $21.16 ifti .', make the difference as far as our
-. ": depth la concerned."
j lItI l\. ."..' Crews (Soph 144)impressed Sexton

Very simply, it's higher.. Because 11. '. I 4 Add an extra hot summer- so Jones much(recurring in subbing back problems

of higher fuel oil costs. 11. r already causing Florida Power& he having know three says "We consider linebackers.ourselves
What does the cost of fuel oil j Light customers to use record' And there could concievably be times

have to do with your monthly "1 high amounts of electricity .....-- when the same all three time.of" them are playing at

fuel adjustment? Practically 11. II and you come up with the other 301 DRIVE-IN Williams (Soph mi) from the

everything. Ira big reason for those higher electric i JV and coming off a spring injury to
back Wright defensive
Like you, we have to buy fuel 114 $14.13 bills. Fri. & Sat. (Soph 184) and Massey (end.Lawson) are
oil market We 11' 11 / 0""*.* vielng for the weakside tack e spot
at current prices. 61216 You and we can't control the along with Michigan transfer Joe

need it to generate more than 111 j -....... :sH skyrocketing costs of oil. Or the WALT l9iYpsocucno.orPLUS Reynolds(Sr IM),and Rehberg(soph
183} Is a JV grad eying
the weakside
half of the
electricity you use. IU weather. Bu you can control end post along with Brian Baldwin(Jr

And when the cost of oil shoots 11. I 111.17 the amount bf electricity you W3). ._

up-ordropsdown-yourmonth- ? I use. And that should help to The defensive backfield$ will be a
ly fuel adjustment reflects it. crew of first-year starters. Free safety -
I lower electric bills.
i your Mike Teston (SrIM) was impressive

Right now, we're paying II k For in a couple'tof. late season
.1 helpful energy- starts and in (he spring and has

dramatically more than ever be 4aN saying tips, stop by your local dary emerged, as the leade>, ofthe secon

fore. As a matter of fact, Florida" '. Florida Power &. Light office

. Power &. Light's fuel costs.for / : : rr and pick up a set of our free monster Letter man-David winners are Sparks on (hand Jr 153)-)at

I ;" the month of June 1979 were*! folders. They could help N and cnmerback- Richard Smith (Sr
..\ ....u r Ii !',to:, : you 154). Others In the picture are free
considerably more than our f| I notice something new: a lower saiety-cornerback Barry Thomas (Sr
' total fuel costs for the enrfT year 8 I 'i I.IV 'It', : electric i : bill.- *' :v .,,"4'H! i 189);, cornerbacks Kenny Etheridge
ten ten it/4 ws the 1177 ten tm .t' (Jr ISO: ).Dwayne Strickland (Jr 147),
,of 19701. ., D... Deo. Deo. D... OM, use O.o'? "'July 'tljp). C and Randy Reddish (Soph lU);
,' CoM: pr.......offtMl oH 4Ii' ns4 .. ." CaadleshG monster man Kenny theridge (Jr
,' .. ISO-called by Head, Coach David
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) ." looking athlete who
, 't. \, Sun. Mon. Tues. could help us"), Hurse said Edward
'f"I. .I ,/ \ 'Hamilton (Se ifli wqi take time off
.,. 1 ;Jt '' Kentucky Fried Moyia from offense often enough to work at
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said of the
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( Green Machine Ousted from ASA Regi&tial ,

1,,' a Despite "Big" Win Over Ken Sanders Ford 1'''[ I

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1 P The road to the ASA World Tournament cond Collins game. Green Machine'sfirst Green Machine won't haM up the IJ
r came to an end for state champ round win gave them six wins in' gloves and spikes yet. The HnlandaM ,. : i I'
4 IliUandale Farm's Green Machine at a row over the Miami toughie this Farms club is flying to Kingston,
.. last weekend's Men's Major Region year but former Machine reserve North Carolina for a tournament i
Tournament In Mobile Alabama. Steve Ammons ("animal") busted a sanctioned by the new United State : : '
: The Machine topped Miami Metro two-run homer in the bottom of the Slow-Pitch Softball Association ra.;: I
4 : champ Collin's Irrigation 13-12 in seventh inning to beat GM 12-10 in the (USSSA) over Labor Day weekend. I .: r
I their Region Opener Friday night and elimination round. Thomas said a top-three finish their !";. :
then came through with a 19-17! win "We should have never been blat- could extend Machine's season Into I .
over defending region king Ken Ing CoUin's again in the losers the "World Series of Softball",a mat- I F'n'
a Sander's Ford of Alabama but after i bracket after beating them first chap of the best ASA and USSSA ,r.
w'Sr r the big, big win over Ken Sander's I round, Thomas said. "I knew we teams. t--rf q
"' rated top five In the world) Green : 'were ,in trouble having to play them .
Machine's fortunes took a tumble. again after beating 'em Friday. The
Southern Fasteners of Phoenix Ci whole draw wasn't too good to us. We .
., deflated GM 32-9 in their had seven teams In our half and .
4 third outing and Collins came back to Bunch Brother's had just four teamsIn sportqui ; r
c : eliminate the local power with a 12.10, their half. They won twice and were I'
Ip ; +
,. ,._ lu.lh seventh-Inning win. In the finals."
Ken Sander's escaped the loser's Shortstop Tommy Ilannlgan led
bracket to win the title again,beating Machine with a .692 average on nine .
Bunch Brother's of Alabama twice. hits In 13 trip but the big guns of the ; "
<6 the 1080 World
Both winner and runnerup won passesto batting order were quieted after the '
the World be wins. Randall McGee'sfive Series. the Yankee scored a
ASA Tournament to opening two
played In York, Pennsylvania over homers were tops for the club. He record 55 rum-yet, last to /. P;
Labor Day weekend.In added a .571 average and nine RBI's. Pittsburgh, 4 games to 3. ',!
said and Ken Carlton both Which Pirate hit. ninth
pre-tournament talk it was Terry Stratton \\c
'. the key for Machine In their rugged hit.625 with three four-baggers.Strat- Inning homer to win the 7th ,.:
1 1b
q; half of the draw was to win the first ton led with 11 rlbbles while Carlton Ram: (a) Roberto Clement, .
two games."I had six. ( ) Bill Mazeroeki or (e) 'Bill

: we thought the same Bobby Stevens hit .533 with two Virdon
'S1 r : thing guess" said GM Coach Ronnie HR's, Dennis Crawford hit .500 and ANSWER 1. (b) Bill i
Thomas felt had to Johnell Smith had three HR's and 7 Maseroski led off the ;
,, ........ ,1 ,. .... 2 Monday.
r. _-.. -"" ''. << w-""' ""tr .H....._' 'T" ,:- beat Collin's and Ken Sanders to winIt. RBI's. Nearly all the averages and bottom of the ninth and ,
... maybe after getting pumped up power totals were down from smacked a Ralph Terry pitch :
Sanders eased four win state tournamenthow over the left field wall to
Ken Machine's
high we
Tony Valentino, son of KIIS Head Coach Pete Valentino, watches the Indian work," their way through the agility rope, so back down against some. in Starke. break a 9-9 tie and win the t'

"The conditions were perfect for us Serici. I'
against Southern Fasteners The wind ;
was blowing out (a rarity for the
KHS Indians Count on Stoppers Again... from Pg. IB weekend),all we had to do was get the PLYMPTON SIGNS
ball up. It was 4-4 after two Innings... I
three in
in the for then we goose-egged Innings
"My personal philosophy is hat'fint 5'8" 160)) return, with Steve CorbettSr Players figuring fight ROUTED SIGNS *REFLECTIVE SIGNS *SIGN KITS '
us a good country -
time at tackle are George a row. They just gave
down Is probably the most important ( 155)) and Morrey Cravey (Sr 190) "
down. If the the linebacker Payne (Sr 210), an offensive stalwart whipping.
you Keep opponent also figuring in ,picture 964-6511
with limited defensive experience,JV "The animal came back to hauntus
to two less first down .
yards or or
grad Gary Bonner (soph 200)), ," is what Thomas said of the se
you can pretty well dictate whatthey're In the defensive backfield Kenny ,
transfers Jeff Smith (Jr 190) from t
to do. and Dale FurlongJr
going Jennings (Jr 165) flaOannk
"We're ahead of ourselves," the Indian ( 145), both starters since late in Jacksonville and Ronnie RodriguezJr j
, boss offered after the morning their freshman seasons, return as ( 180) from Starke Dean Slocumb
I session devoted almost entirely to three year cornerbacks. Cravey, (Sr 150), and Alvin Stanley (Sr 150)). : ;
defense."We've already put In nearlyall Scott Bannon (Soph 160), Grady The defensive end posts are even
of our defense even though we Bostick (Jr 145)) Shane Corbett (Jr more wide open Valentino says' with EETj
David McKormick (Jr 145), 78 JV
planned to concentrate mostly on conditioning 145),Orange Park transfer Greg Sapp 5
in these first three days." (145), and Steve Rio (Sr 150) are eye starter Sam Sibley (Soph 150)), Cary
The front wall of the Keystone ing the other pass defense slots. Stallings (Sr 170),Scott Adams (Soph
defense will)) have to be retooled but "Our secondary and linebackers 150, Mike Graziano (Sr 150), and Bob-
the linebacker and secondary troops are in good shape Valentino admits. by Strickland (Soph ISO) counted I:
look solid.Starting linebackers David "But our defensive line will be new" among the contenders. I

Burner (Senior 155 pounds), who --- -
doubles at QB, and Walt Boney (Jr 4 SUMMER'

Charlie Pell

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Gives 9Em Hell SAVINGS

University of Florida Head Football V
Coach Charlie Pell fired up the crowdat !
the Lake Butler Rotary Club Tues
day, August 22, telling Gator fans to 1' ti
expect "a good football team DIXIE CRYSTALS, $ 09 ;..
sometime in 79. '. .
ie"The'Gators' are getting'stronger wJkq,7 r 1N.w ** : '
every day" the Bull Gator emphasized 5'UGAR' I .I.IAd t
as he pointed out the good and bad BAG $
of Gator football. 1
Pell characterized the UF football Good Thru Aug. 29. 1979 t''
program he took over as a disaster.
Players were "frustated, confused,
undisciplined-definitely.there wasa
lack of direction in their lives. Fans

were frustrated and confused..andthe c, a
facilities had deteriorated to the .
point of embarassment."
"The bank account was dry to the
point of a half a million dollars," he

added. I.zr I. :\
Since he took over the helm in early f
December, Yon Hall, the UF athletic
dormitory, has gotten a face lift,
There's a new dining room "a f.4r '
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showplace" of the Southeastern con Friday was the taxi day of drill w llhout full uniform but Ke.tonellf'ad Coach \\n

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rv.R.boI1 Halle" Marke far the pas 1 years.. He was a Director of Par of the Pate dkedAtMMSt ....* I I m '' ....d dIurdI JJ r I the ..._....- -
dpi W"
retired ptaaterer and was a member B..... ,., Ail Pciea.. ..shbe when .... ..
Rev. Robert Harlem. age...cif Fit. of the Epiicoy ... Mr --.,. a commended tsirlsspr wit daeMntadw.mejur.In MWhie .. CIttriIIiIa('............Ial.. kkiibors .... ."..,I -
1. Starke. died at hs bone ?nayads 14an.en one son Cecil of the. f *pH. had been amocisledSMtce III crane b ........., Pet of the Tai.s a..dI iIII FWEb .. seal uinedl III one.std
after a !..(iOnes*. Mew**a Jack Mcsaer. W Palm Beat one H4 with de. Park of....... iatereated. deburehe.a .... .. an.kevaq.ti came atme.IlaawrI.sibw. .et will always main wNkaaaajLara
III Brad CWMV isrycatfV 44 brother W T Meaaer. W Palm and die Park..the Palm Char,Wwkeh r" a4 W WO i* are dNrdn w 'fi I0rIIa. Bleu. aanvw 0.rteMMMHlfHt
coming here frwA OMVWMru Beach two .....,.. Mr Pa*.y he was co-founder was asked ta twine to the Umted eta hem. ... an Keystone ss& .
Woodruff and Mr. Mae Bruce both Mr Wwejr was born ia .....*. State tote* fee story of these needy aMto.The .
Rev Haisten .a* an ciectneiaa of W Palm Beach. MX grandchildren England where he enhsted m ttw churafcea lit Interested people fen .......-""" ,a......
with the Ctfy of Stark for 21 year anal and one great-grandson Bash Royal Air Force in World War country.. Tfti* Job tac* everal year* :I 1'li
INs retirement M i7Z He was an Funeral service were held at ft00 I, Most of hi* hie wa spent as MI after wWeJt" tfae Wittev*re-eotered. tteaeroeaatieal
Army veteran of World War II .... Wednesday the DeWMt C engineer in the aeronautical .. field netting to planUta ...
Rev Hauled .a* ordained M the Jones Fancral Home Chapel wsth dustry. one of his jobs was bring factory Wig Bvmineham andOl'tlla- "I
Baplot RMMMtrjr M 1167 He served Rev. Leroy. Olive effcciattnc. Orema- supenntendem oN e Greek: do. Here be was dose la has brother.
Air Park Baptist CHureh as nwusier tea will follow. aeronautical plant m Athena where be Tom. who wa rktvpreadcnl off s.Hint eftilpoopfo'those ar1-"' -
for several 1 year and was a member served for I* year and teamed to Martin-ltuietta Compaay. halt and'. who dos(,....*hShJ i n1s.
olIN church at hrs. death He served peak fluent Greek. ran he Cape Kennedy facilities whichMartin'operated 10 show off.- Vauvenar Wn,4 I" '.
several other ihuuhe w the area as fWwn I.M itlry He and hw wife. Vera were for the Space Ad-> Th aocMmt Greeks coo i4erod .. ;: .'',MYIc .
pastor Rev Hasten wa born(Bett.' evacuated m 1M1 Just ahead>of .. two of anytfMxj umkfcky. .. ,
Florida on February f. aft' Robert J. Kicky, to. Conference Hrtler'* army to Alexandria. Egypt Mr. Wtfley real love was alwaYs i.
Survivors include: his. wife. Or-
truck Wttkerson Maisten.; one son.
Bobby Haisten.. three dauehlers.
Mrs .W--Doughman ElizabethDoughman
and Mrs Cindy Fares .
step 1I OChrr. Mr Dora Hauten.ofSiarke -
two sister. Mrs. Pearl
Miller. Miami and Mr*. Love Griff ,PV E WITHy
of St Augustine; tmo, stepbrothers,
Don Bag.". Starke and! R C
Bagwell of Denver. Colorado; and
seven grandchildren
Funeral services ere held Monday
August at 2 p m.from the Del*ill C I
Jones Chapel with Rev Lacy Conway -
pastor of Air Park BaptistChurch
offtctatinK Interment followed 11 ieEEF
in Crosby Lake Cemetery with
DeWitf C Jones Funeral Home in
charge of arrangementsMr. Jar t .7?
Mr Solomon Bruce Jarvis 77. resident
of Route I. Box I2SB. Starke. @
passed away early Tuesday morning.
August 21. 1m. following a brief illness .

He was the son of the late Felix Mac ?
and Emma Milly Jams of AHagahny one /
County Virginia Mr Jams was
emplo>ed by the Civil Service for PRICES GOOD e& 2 $100
many )ears when he moved loStarke .
in 1954 .here he was employed by The THURS. WED., t
Union Correctional Institution as the 1OPICAi
Mipeniser in the Machine Shop until AUGUST 23.29 "
his retirement in IS70 )Ir.Jams wasa Grape Jelly .: 89cPeanut
member of the Baptist faith .
Survivors include; four daughters I 'hi
'otif SOUTH anjMOfv A SMOOIH
Mrs June Lee. Starke. Mr*. Fretda
Eagle,Forest Hills.Md Mrs Emma )89 I '

Lou Mass Long Maxine Northwilksboro.Jams of Fatlstone.S C. and Butter : ( j

Md seven sons Kyle. Aotngdon. .
AMOW-' fMK. n&LOW 4
Md Odefl. Forest Hill. Md. Jerry. \
Louuatleand Jimmy Leon Jams of Both Tissue 18c
Starke. two sister Mrs. Georgette i./eF .
)noIds. Sparta. S C. and Mrs. ,
Ernest Cox. High Point. N'jC. and 30 'TOP tnsriv-.0 MlDIUM! 011 u..GI CAtOCM

grandchildren grandchildren Funeral wnICnill and be I conductedat great vat Sweet Peas 3 $100YMmFfY

2 p m. Friday. August 24. at the MAJO NAIVES
Chapel of Archer-Tarmer Funeral
Home with Rev Dorsey Layman of'mating .' PeachesAttOWTIAIH he 39c
and Rev. Ray Teston. '
assisting Burn I will be in Crosby
Lake Cemetery with Archer-Tanner

Funeral Home in charge of arrangements Can LonersC.g49 -. ____.....-oss.4asoNaiwer i _.. ---- _...

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Siarke) Homer died in W the Townsend Bradford age County 82.of Dressing : -m 59 CASCADE. . ;

DOwNY 'AIIICCockta..1
Hospital Monday evening He was ASTorun
born in Hawthorne. Fla. September a00 SOFTENER 3li; 99eTHIVrVMAlO
h I/ 1..... $
It. 1896. moved to Starke in 19fi9 from 2
Atlanta Georgia Mr Townsend wasa QUANTITY RIGHTS '- CAMS
former official of the city of "" RESERVED 1&0.
city n PORK & BEANS 4 M ,
Atlanta serving as superintendent of w1 .OWI STOtf. MC ;4 .
Automotive Vehicles for 17 years. CoPTlIGHT-'' a, ....*'" UUO
retiring in 1967 While in Atlanta he
,.ala member,teacher and officer of SAVE 1 V : .
the Branan Memorial
Methodist Church.In Siarke he was a I tL
member 01 the First United Methodist CHEK COLA 'T w BEEF Il: $119
Church He was a member of the nmirn MAOLUNCH
Ktwams Club and served in the
ended States Army. a Major. Ord- MEAT 'lAO' 99c
nance Department, WW2. 1M3 until '
sabot Cf NUINC

1944 Mr Townsend is survived by: six NRB DILL PICKLES .1 99eM00
daughters Mrs Violet Crosby of 1.. q.
Starke. Mrs Mane Glisson and Mrs. \' ; CKACKINGOOO
Elena Pochard both of Keystone 1. VMJUB
3 eo i1
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Heights. Mrs Grace Lowber of .
: ..
Monroe. Washington. Mrs Hazel Collins & r t ADORN ,_ CtACKiN- GOOO
of Jenkinsburg. Ga and MISS \. )
Clair Sell Townsend of Atlanta. Ga: ,. : / HAIR SPRAY DIXIE PIES 2 P $100
one brother Virgil L. Townsend of "
Windsor. Fla one sister Mr. Im- ,, '
ogene Keisey a of Avon Park. Fla.; ..'..' ,
twenty-seven grandchildren and eigh- : 1 -.. : -
teen greatgrandchildren.Funeral \.J 9ox. $199 -. ,', TOP
service were held at 3:30: SIZE l
pm. Wednesday in the DeWitt C. s VALUE.
Jones Funeral Home Chapel with i. sI ..,,..11
Rev George L. Harper and Rev. .. IfPSOD5NT lIJ.j ...s
Charles R.Swartz.Jr.,officiating. Interment /

Cemetery, will near Hawthorne be in Townsend Florida. :,. TOOTHPASTE ;;j. : 89c \. !i :

SIUI :33 UttA MOID 1 \ .1 L1!: ,

George C.Tallies HAIR SPRAY .}: : 5 99c .; ,'\ _

George C. Tullius. 73. of the New JOMNSON t'
River'section of Bradford County died BABY SHAMPOO $149
Monday. August 13. In the V.A. :
Hospital in Gainesville after an extended : _
i ', CMWOefKTS ,

Born Pennsylvania Mr. Tullius BAYER ASPIRIN lZI49c : < I -
lived in Pensacola for 20 year before $ J.'w 1. __ ___ -----.1
moving la the New River area in 1171. 1 L' stout O* MINT IIAVO* pieties t ti
He was retired from the Navy as m. .
Chid Aviation Petty Officer and a I WA 4 MILK OF MAGNESIA tine: $139 ', I
veteran of World War II. He was also .
retired from the civil service.He wasa TAHITS '. S"' "s I1r...' ,& i
r ,
member of the Fleet Reserves and' ,. i' UFFERIN :J6-C' s.119 -t."! ',! "I' .'
member of the Baptist Faith. n ,. %- ?. .$lZI I...,
Survivor Include: his wt/e. Mr*. '--:' Lwc"f ...
Nona Mae Marlow Tullius; one -. 31J ':..... ...

daughter.Lake Butler Mr; tour. Katherine sons Keith Oliver and of I ,.. JJ.. .. "" f f-,c )".,,... r -, -' ._........-- '. :,. '-' ----..-..--,

George of PenacoU Thomas of Santa .. ." : ,,'
California and Charles of ; lS1J ,
if grandchildren
Hampton AFB. Virginia; '
nod four great grand -. -- :, ) .: SILKIENCE ,, : ROLL ON

children. -
Funeral service were held Thursday ..- f"1 \ "' -: COHDmONl DRY

August U. In the Water Hib- ._..-...\. ..a ----.I : IDEA ..
bert Oiapel in Pensaeola. Burial i* .' :'. .. 1.. ... d. .' ',- ."i

followed m Ft Barrancla arrangements National were >: "t. ; ; .. V- ; .
Cemetery Local ::. 7.0.. $1r5 .' '. 2.5'0&. $239
of Archer Funeral ;
direction ..._ \.t
under the ir5S-' \ . ..:;. '.5IZE ,, \ :
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Butler.MrCe 'fJ
of Lake : !
Horn Xs. tII't, .....' J .
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Cecil M. age i1' h
Mr. .f ., : .... ., ..,.ot-" .. -:. j\'IJtW .
born :
died at I ; .
r. call st:. Karke ,' '. \1
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.IJernOl.'ll toUowing sudden 't ,., > .rI1. "' '', (fI.'' '!' tt.a .f1.... : I.
" day Mr. M.**er wan born In W.Ini It" .r I '.' ,- .. ;'.- I' .". ,",I/il.'J..'. ...i.I;,.:..;.'. .,.'t'i\o.. ..... ,., .
lived !! J' '
bad I. '; lito .
October. .
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Pag.iB t i

I Area Sports"Round.p' fO'BratJ'ordandUnlti' t'.4 t{t a ,ndfheiokeRegionoreo :' .. J i }< L.I{,.

eaa or 81__. I. "
n hit In two at bats; 'B-doub"; ell-trlpt.: HR-honte run'IHR.inbdifi I I.C'I .J: H
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CH'Ir """. run; RS-"tI scored JtBf "
; ruM batted In 8thatraMOOn the
.,. ; CUnlcs will be aasxKmct: atregMpn Junior Pee Wee lam (ages Bradford.teams wfll scrimmage Ke.r.. Re
"tt> has 22 players and can accept the : County Pop Waroe* Jaycee's Gelf TeurReYKe.toae
Union Wit more. Two cheerleaders can teams.
Starke will be unable to play la the league. Pop Warner ano The be Peewee .football The schedule of scrimmages to : Ha.m.Pee 1st Annual HeiffMs Muscular Jaytem Dystrophy'
Registration for Pop Warner football team (ages Wee; Noon-Mighty Mites; Golf Tournament In Keyrton* ".
Youth 10-11)) has 21 players and can accept 1 p.m.-Junior Pee Wee 2 Junior .
rQMSs| FlagRefffctrattMiRegistration players and cheerleader will ; p.m. great ". ,
five more. Two cheerleader
Is September 4-14 for continue to be accepted through spots are Midgets. one than the Muscular
Recreation Departments girls youth flag football in August .. open.
fiend Dystrophy charity which will
announced that an organizational .' Registration forms will be The Junior Midget football team Admission will be $1 for adults and the
donated the from
'meeting for Men's Flag Football will Leagues trill be formed forages*.*, available at the RMC practice field on (ages 11-13), has only 16 players and :SO cents for students. The concession: tourney, were:proceeds Low Crow-Johnny
-J'p. held Tuesday, Sept. .4 at 7 p.m. In MJ, andMS-lff" with'ages as of Monday, Tuesday,and Thursday at. need more. No additional stand will be open. Martin. Low Net-Roy Tyre and
be Old Armory.:'Ii -- '. September 24. Registration will beheld P-H. ,. .!'' \VK' .".. cheerleaders' are needed for this overall Ladles Champlon-Kathy;
& If,you plan, to have a team In,the from 1:30 a.m.-S:30: p.m. at the ThetJUfighty i Mite footballteam rages9) a team" The pre-season Jamboree Is slated Reed
i..league this year It is mandatory you > Old Armory. and from JW p.m. at the ( has 30 players and can accept \,:I i ', for the following Saturday, The Keystone Jaycees prom to ,
I attend the meeting. It Is possible that,. Pratt St. -rec' center on the above only five mor.;,'1T.o. CoutrolledScrimmage&pt.t September IS with all league teams make the tournament an annual drive
tarn's.not represented at the meeting dates. Cost Is$3.1$for team shirts. cheerleaders can be accepted,i I", J Butler On Saturday High School September stadium 8, at Lithe four September playing. The 22 season opens Saturday, for muscular dystrophy and thankedthe

people and players who made this
i'' year's inaugural tournament a success .
: ,

't Bradford
0 .
j.dY ,Ii Pop WarnerThe
SAYS 20' USDA GRAM '.'OUKfK PROZIN WoO RAND '. Bradford Pop Warner teams,
.f finished up their second week of practice
c HENS La.49c : this week In preperation for the j I
BAKING o e o _. 197 season '
I ". a'OG __ Their first action against outside I
competition come Saturday
BOTTOM $1'' September 8, In a preseason scrimmage -
ROUND _. ,
against the Union County teamsat
. Le. ; P the
t' __ Union High School field in Lake
The cheerleaders are also busy with
EYE OF ROUND ROAST LL $23V practice. Captains and Co captains
4 for the Jr. Midget and Pee Wee yellsquads
SAY W USDA CHOC sup NATURALLY AOf lONf IMS! have alreadhy been named.
t They are: Jr. Midget-Captain Lisa
RUMP ROAST. $259 Dukes, Co-captain Cindy Johnston;
. 0 e. u, 4 / Pee Wee's-CspUin Sheila Shannon,
Co-captain Beth Tanner. The other
squad will be selected at a later date.
STEAK $79 The boys and girls will be selling
u candles next week to help out In buyIng .
o o. e the
more equipment for team that
SAYS 30- USOA CHCMCI Stir NATURALLY AOID MAM has been added to the Bradford program
this year-the 7-fl year old
CHUCK ROAST I y Mighty Mites.
o o o o o o o rr, __


...: Keystone Pair In Alachua Tourney
SH'LDER ROAST ; 99M PRICK GOOD THURS. WED., Keystone's Scott Baker and Russ
o o o o o o Porter competed in the Alachua
AUGUST 23-29 County Tennis Championships over
the weekend with Baker reaching the
M lAve W .USDA CMOtCI RIIP NATURAUV/ AGIO.SONHISS. W-D BRAND quarterfinals in the men's singles and
\ .. ; $179 IIM.PKO. the pair reaching the quarter's in
STEW A/jrA'T . : ..:.' u. 'r MEAT FRANKSWO . $119 .doubles.

WXM sue HANOI PAK SRANO CHOPPIO Baker got a first round bye and won

1: 1 PAnlE MIX .' .13 -.' '2" SLICED HAM .. . :o.: $259 eight two matches In singles to where reach he the was round dropped of

"' ',., by second-seeded Bing Noblest.
s, '_ HCKORYSWIfT .? ._*. !s'r': a' I' OSCAR MAYIR SMOtCW!
Nobles the men's After
was runnerup.
: 1 SLICED BACON .. ::PKO 1-U., 99c' LINK SAUSAGE '.' . %t MifSAVI a bye and default win Porter lost In a
three set third round match.In .
I WIlt VMKUNIA THICK SAVI SUNNYLAND doubles the locals got a bye won
/ 1 ,
their second round test ..... .. and
. . I lost in the quarterfinals 5-7. .... They
FARMLAND COOKIDCANNED SAYS 10' .HVORAM MAT next plan to play in Palatka in two

1 -] HAM .. ,.3 & ?5MSAVI BALL PARK FRANKS :*::: M89OUtOCPROZIN I weeks.


\ PORK_ CHOPS .. .. ._. _*. .. $149 WHITING . . u, 69 Warner between the ages
. .. .. jA' = ;; .- of S and 12 years old are still needed
,00' 'USH- .1.J
SAVE USOA ORADI"A" COUNTRY PAN MADV leA TRCASURC Mf AT* 1fIVI.q for the Keystone Pop Warner teams. ,

/ CUT UP FRYERS . L9c FISH STICKS : _i.I..V i. Boys who turned 13 between .
c. :
\ ; FJ}
.:' .. sal n ;; January 1 and July 31 of this year and
1 t a SAYS lv.MDA ORAM"APRf SM y MvE ro14 I .*7.1nkias4r wit Ins are under\,H pow dsare.&igtbleW(. '*.? ... ,

; FRYER THIGHS g: a9c FRYERS . u.99c the Junior Midget team, r
. September I, is the deadline for
";;'; submitting the team roster to the
: USDA CHOICI RUP' Pop Warner headquarters
:,,,,,,,,,... ..- w .RESERVED*. Ole! s. INC WHOLE UNTRIMMED I Boys in the above age group are needed .
to fill out the 20 player roster by
I deadline lime.Cont.ct .
ICE CREAM . . 99c HINDQUARTERS Wall Raleigh at 473-1969 or
1 473-3947. or apply al the practice field
MMUTf MAO next to the ball park.
1 e _
ORANGE JUICE '. . 99c ., 150.175 LL
OWANA AVO $ 39 4

JELLY DONUTS? . '2 ::s:: $1 100 i : / t More Pell from ill

SOTM 'IOUN Sf CR OR SUTTf RMKK I",,,fit I SAVE rcmodoUfl and new (* I been added a mining room has= horn
FISH PORTIONS . . nul' s'- _ LB. 40ca cniMlruftrd and each room nn the sun .
coed floor of Slur Hall has UM-II
IAARY'Sg1tlSIORn: &. __ rrnn'ah-d Pell said it t-oxt [an
Poflfoes 2::::: '$100SYOUf'tlS Q 1r art'ragc! of |HT room "lit get it'
Donuts a 69C upl Inpor."
HAtVIfT PRtSH Pell compared! ho old hrdx.. in Uir,
DOWNY/ /! RfOUUR ( SUTTIRMN.K \ dorm In army rot, .
W cues. ft? 79eMORTON Lasagna it 1o, $259 / YELLOWCORN T\e. ,,It'pl'oll army rotx." ht 't.rnJ :

MRS OOOOCOOKIt OA/AUAt,1MNUT : if mcnlod "Wo finally cot a hrd iln>' .,'s
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than tired ," '
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:.a, $249 V 99OJ" fl The Mull tiatitr went" nn .n close; red- ,
PAY SAO MUSTAROft. Ihp hunch of iinddcrx h* had in'

Breast .K.N1o. '$249 ii 3 2 :JS:: $100 BARS hrr"In tt'd.Ihi'xprlnn pc!nihon I hero by pomtion.was. not a dominant .

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CELERYluMso 2ITAKS$10o 1 CARROTS I.'" 29CMARVf )'.ar'lI premierxinnal caller, 'junior '>
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: James )"'('I'lIall. of Lake ('ltv was

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Rainbow Marine Rude Softball Host: Wins Brooker Invite


9qp. Rainbow Marine of1 Brooker; won ; The Rainbow Marine dugout was

five straight games and alive as the host team rallied for nine

nament an it claimed them: i' runs to ipark a comeback win over

Brooker Invitational tourney text rival McKelroy's of Lake City.

weekend. ,
Pictured from left to right are:
The newly-formed B &: Q Independents "
of Lawtey took second Joey Sanderfer. Dick Wheeler. Bob

place in the strong field of after j jr Dyal. and Gene Raultnon.

district pickup teams with 5-2 mark.

Marine dropped BAG: into the loser's

bracket in a Friday night opener as Keystena

iar 1 MVP trophy winner Joey Sanderfer q .
i went five for five with four runs and .l, r

four RJBl's in the 1H7 RM win. After Areas fldh

three straight wins for Marine and a

__ .,...... five-win string for B&: G the two clubs '
.M3 __ k.- ,- *. Mf *r ..- TUT t FOR SMI.Aftroctly. 2BM
*""" met again In the finals. Marine earned
Slammer a 15-9 decision to keep the championship modern homo, with tlop

Reno Ree. Men League: Champs trophy at home. B & G's Jim loll for iolo or 1 loot on

Front row left to right. Klva Hampton. Early Chandler. Lewis took the Home Run trophy with 1 e Gator Bono Lok., ho groat

Second row I. to r.. Chris Chandler, Wayne Berry Harold Chandler.Not eight roundtrlppers. room with cathedral tailing

pictured lamp Chandler Jerome Pel lorn, and Harold llankerson. ... .
: Rudy's Track Service (The Over -- -- -- -- ---- and largo llroploco, portly

the Hill Gang) of Starke split four Its first round loss the team of Starke Brown's 10 hits were doubles or lurnlthod tundoch

Reno Basketball ChampionsThe games over the weekend while the League players had fought throughthe triples.Randall. overlooking the 10.....

fourth local representative, Crew's loser's card, crunching Turner Thomas' five home runs $43,000, own.i-brok.r

season mark the Supersonics comingout Building Supply of Lake Butler was Electric of Lake City 11-3 with Lewis and Fred Wheeler's ,727 batting 1.473-2473 evening, or
first of the Reno ,
season recreation ousted In two pounding three homers In 4-4 in their 2-2 1-269.9008, weekday.
basketball on top in the boys 13-16 year old games. a game, average paced Rudy's
summer last week at the league lighted wrap out division with a 6-2 record, the Scorpions Between its wins over B & G, Rain edging the Rascals of Gainesville 4-3. weekend. They topped 'Crew' 13-9 3tchg 8/9
door up built at Reno. topping the boys 8-12 group witha bow Marine topped Phillip's Tire of topping McKelroy's of Macclenny with Bill Ratliffs going 4-4 with a HR

court recently crowned in four 6-4 mark, and the '49ers claimingthe Crystal River 12-7 on an eight-run 14-13 with a clutch seventh inning rally and two doubles and whipped the 01 lAlliWO Maverick

Champions with were the Stammers winn- girls 8-12 title at 7-3. seventh inning won a grudge match and stopping the Orange Park Rascals 16-6 before losing to 10-Plus $290, rolrlg. $75.dishwosh.r' ,

age groups against McKelroy's of Lake City 12-10 Businessmen 13-0. In the win over 22-11 and falling to the Orange Park *I3, colabed
the adult title with 7.1
ing league (which Included three players from McKelroy's B &: G was down 11.13 in Businessmen 11-10 in the last inning. $' 5, bird both $10. flirt

RM's State Open tournament team) the bottom of the seventh when Steve Thomas and Ratliff both hit .563 for roller skates $10, toys chair

with a nine run fifth inning rally, and Thomas' two-out single scored two the weekend with Dennis Crawford $15. ome household good

handed third place 10-Plus of runs to tie the count. Larry Brown adding a .545 average, Mark 473-3873 Itpd 8/23

i Gainesville Its first loss 16-10. then knocked In pinch-runner Doug Graudons hitting .476. and Dinky

Sanderfer led the hosts with a .591 Brown to win the game Kilby 444. Wheeler and Ratliff both MARY KAYCOSMETICS

batting average on 13 hits while Gary had two homers.

L Melvin hit ,588, Hogtown Roller Gene Tanner l led the tournamentwith Crews was eliminated by Orange

VV 1't ,4A81 a? pickup Scott Conley .563 with two 16 hits (including 4 HR's) and Park 16-0 after its loss to Rudy's. Tim

HR's, Doug Brown .529 Edward Allen batted.593 to top B
.474, and Gene Raulerson .471. ment while Lewis hit .520 Wayne Butler entry with a 4-6 two home run Evening 473-3092

B & G eliminated 10-Plus() 21-12 Sun Teston .438 and Thomas .429. Dale weekend while Harold Esford went Keystone Height.

day In the loser's bracket finale. After Haas had three home runs and nine of 3-4 and Carl Drake 36.

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-Reno lire.Supersonics Boys 13-16 Champs

I I "Front left to right, team Carter Sieve Mark, I.afjyeUe Chandler GAINESVILLE SUN

Hark I I. to r.. Keith Jones Tim llarrlfi. Donnle Bunk.

Not pfctrurd: Todd Jackson Emmett Watklnl.



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i working' condUIon6.nd benefit Of' lull time 37B.7iUfl between 3. wpm Bear Archery, Fred
373-3M6 Th. Hair Loft Bear Dr a. Archer .d. 374-2327 '
TEACHER' .... School. An Equal Opportunity
-J1 DESK CLERK 32 nrt. per wk Teacner for Christian school Employer, m/t/h.
some days. tome 'Will ., beettrective must be ''v childhood
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envelope 2SOO NE 39 AveNEED
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I. to r.. TUIMIIIV Williams. Gloria Davis. Patricia lucuJ1l.ut LEGAL necetery S.. .Ann at Dubs, 36447)INVENTORV benefits. vacation 0.". free /nEpNlerlcedln
flrOinNlSmm.Mon II ;ttr\ 15pm aMO NW .3 St. surance Apply In Sam
:\ pictured: Mar Kennedy Tummy Thomas. Law Control Clerk ''f..IIOn.
.. bo > Restaurant. a3 St.
dl. evening Send re.ume to Person 'Interested In learning'
PO. BOM 1010 G'vill., Ft,. JMOI Bookkeeper/Secretary $$7800 Inventory control, Must be sharp
at basic math be able, to keep SALESPERSON
Pl.e.nphone light typ. accurate, 'legible' records Stockhandling For Inslore s1 ... Mud havesome
COOK fret uo cook and dlshwastv ing. liQht bookkeeping Call
also required/ This Ise past tales ..kperlenca.v.arllno .
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full time Neat daysSalary
permanent position GOO
Creek Forapp'Restaurant 4A4-3O33. Cross nailing*0 days Service charge guaranteed Apply at vital' Indu.'r'',, Inc <> GOOcommission.' Wat
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1977 DATSUN 30OSX Excellent 1916 FORD WINDOW VAN 196' DODGE DART
I condition 2O.000 ml air V.* E-\\O.\ Good condttlon alan. 3S mpg slant, power steering
AM/FAA stereo S .pi ed. deluit' dard I.n.m'on.' repul.r 0". very clean great engine. taoo
Interlor.$5100.' 366-ISgYa/1.rV air 2 captain ch.'n.' 46OOO ml negotiable 37l6
sY rSIt MOOO Call 3 16 tilt alter 8" m
.,.eel lent condition. t speed, 1974 Z.1* .AMARD outstanding Royal Sportsman
4 cylinder, air, stereo $taaw condition. profe*.'lonally built Loaded Must Sell
Call 3/6-ill? LT I 13O" engine.' 4 weed. air, liMPO A.k'n018100' 371 nt after t.
custom hood, over ssoooInveiled
CLASSIC' IM9 T BIRD Engine' nust sell./ IJVOO. 376777 / 1970 HONDA CIVIC air AM/FM.
transmission excellent good Sfuderrf77JM stereo side moldings' wheel
brakes. tires' Needs minor body trim M.000 ml S4 3SO firm
e wok. Runs daily "7> r best .Z. J + 2 Mam 3/8 800' Student
0".31..71", speed air. conditioned AM/FM
73 CHEW CAPRICE Station radio less than II ooo mile. A 'J1 MO MIDGET' newly rebuilt
Wagon passenger, new /Inspection JEEP CHE"OKH" I.>S Great Buy at MliO 373 !}">> engine, new clutch radials.
fully. loaded S 2OO or best R.oul.r o". all "" "on.. great many new part, ".00. 1661611979COSTOMIZEO .
offer 3/8 I79. eves a. week ends condtflon/ many *.has JOftO. 1963 VW. RUNS GOOD. 1500
372 .6A or 373 W53_ firm 3161155 Student VANS
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( Mans Sport con/ertlble ataa
owner' air, tilt, cruise. and 1I speed, air, AM/FM. 2'mpg. 4 Speed, air' rack stereo, UDeMAHFREO Call Gainesville Dodge,
1'1ie track S3tOO 37S-a7t7or 371 9.OO. CcKMJeondttlon. UUOO AUTOIMPOHTS :172 4143tSIS
4972211.'ter1 171 4173 3/i I21 N Main'
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i air/heat, fireplace dishwasher Available on Ih''. restricted 10
I enclosed garage MOO .... feet acre homeslt with large oak*.
corner 101 In quiet' NW aubdlvl Paved road frontage Yours for
lion Built Sept I97fl 143.TOO Blowner 2SOOO
d4rai w' *. 3/2:*IJ3,*for auwinlmentt CHARLES. MORGAN
-'. With thl" large 2 BR home Separate Take ever payment 3 .... I Well located
1'1'urllolI"It" i dining room A fireplaces. bath Family room screened In 40 acre ranch 3IM *q ft. home
| Located on oulet shaded loIn porch Good Ne location, by with fireplace, priced for fast
ltre. .I". SN.I1'hahips! :! Alechua. .,Owner-. financing/ ," avail Cathoirc School Call 136553 action 4656061 eves weekends.
able SI/ 000) C" Carl Tuning- I
Fronl. li-fl tu Ht-KU"-.IJ!: 'ksoii. IColxTl Bellamy. P ton R..L TO",312.15 THREE BEDROOM two bath

.Sftoiid r"". I. to r.. harry K" ,,I'll. Isaac I llItmUl'''. l. -\l I Simmons.< tO ACRES.HOUSE MOO/Month- Reach ST lots AUGUSTINE, walk, to ocean. wl ere in appro'Cathedral. 1300q: telling 1f. of In heated living
No! Hlurrd Iv .na20 acre tleso paracre 30. 'lOO, 14.500 each
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Jr Broker, Call SJi 1010 days or ,
Son Builder Inc 111 132
4..a 1JO6 nights BE A WINNEROwn lhlaovNY'
/ home at "yesteryear" prices.
NAVE THE PRIVACY For t73 73 per sell you can buy:
Of your own 9 acres 'In ''''lovely' 3 .... barns. large family room ACRES
3 BR. 2 bath custom home Over cent "..".... carpet, drapes. Loc..d on S" 3n. Crose C.eek
IIV OWNER Sturdy unpretentious SIlO sol with cent heat/alrand. equipped' kitchen. fenced yard 112.000." ..,._
C,.. home 3..2. beth e> fully equipped kitchen All IMS ,with tree end a lovely NE helflh '
earporr en fenced corner, ,lust minute' .,..
away from hopping borhood compare .nvw" FRESHLY .
Remodeled' '
SJJ,000 ..sum my .'. mortgage Call t Include.Ing
v t and let U8 showy YOU .3 1t7 sd ft for only 44 MO Assu new roof 2 II". I bath
I I $ / : mint .0$22330111MOnshly' thl*eHceptional hume now '.f'j) It maple' VA morr or terms with. shaded lot for only S27.900.a
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John 0 Baldwin Reel owner Too Urge for I occupant Fletcher' .Realty A Builder/
mortgage with loooo gown 131* Call McOANIELk' REALTY Mary O. Fletcher 1 ,
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HOP 315 2931 Custom made
Johnson Hummingbird depth
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about > 'home on two tot In : 'I hour teaching a bull.. Phone Bob Orono, unit olr oondlHonar. priced
rod/brock July IS 2 Prneies, Carlotta Subdivision, InBrookor. J : :flltfl t .tlt$ T.IUtl( iii fascinating pet (TI.Ch.m) 964-8092 or 9644682 otter S from $.". Now Inne5from
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Jude. Ginger Hex. 1.1.8246294 WIDE mobile home 11x69. and radiator Paying/ top mobile: horses' If maypae.I./ boaV Lwa. $*.. VW VAN. affklncle and I BR day 9 a.m. tilt Morgan Rd. Madison ....7701. 8/23.
,- collect 11/1' prices. Will pick Phone 3/4 poW or mar. GUN'SMOItLI good body end motor make" ., .
2fpd on two taM chain: link lanced up. opt. weekly or monthly. off North :301. Furniture,
1/:2:1: : 'located 782-3762. TFchgWANTXOt HOME SALES oftor. Phon "* -6365. Itpd NEW GMU COOKS All ages,
Charlorta A.,... .. FURNISHEO STOKE, tool", fl.hinq nooda. dishes. CLOSE OUT SALKl Windowunit
Iroo".;. All far only .. .S606. Open 7 day 8/JJ monthly only. 2313 N. Tent experienced.. Good workIng meg. wheel., "Ice IIomo air conditioner priced

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'P Xf' CostUn, ''9.484 FORD TRUCK with top BARRIER. I WiftOflW limited time
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.. HOMES Why pay Estate Network, lot N.W&.. I loa and tires. Will pick tip.OHM'S kO..4Jln OAssmtpAD. fr Insertion.:tINt ....5260. TFchg. homo park mobile homes l904afl1XU6.Mil No eolletV TVs ir *screen AND APPLIANCES :332 W. ,
23rd Av... Gainesville. Fla MOTILE HOME end spot** for rent. Phone *.Phono H. I. Ilk. Madison 9647701.123.GARAGE ,
jnoroT lIIy.-IJnICt from ,_. .. SALES ...-5606. Open 7 TiMIodtry noneThvr.dey .............. 1 lt740OOOinCKUP> Phone Pyo. now ,$3. Phone
3260) 377.9670 3737907.Itchg : 468-2912, 3/22
tory. Largo selection' of 24, TFchgKITCHINITTISI 8/16 TFchg 489-1580. Itchg 8/23.
WMk. WpuWIcoo4 9644092
14., 12 wide COMMUNITY B/23. days a TFabg ) lab Greene or SALIi Couch.

MOBILE HOMES $*LE$. US Hen.Melnnrm. t I, 964-863 otter 3 p.m. Itchg' On. BR IIAD.OID.UNIONASSOaATION ORAPESl MiMcodtne and chain, ........". TV.
301 North. Open 9 to dink. I \ I. ,. tfiar** S3.M.OrslSWerdt .. 4 .8/23. apartment. *, pool. TV AC. for Retarded .ffupp.iti on Q'. large (half clothe. ., (....,and l.9**at I

to Sunday., Phon. TOP CASH PRIOR PAID .for ( ) utllltle* Included. Totally Clllieo' I* seeking oppltCOflrB dollar site). black and ether Herns. Friday andSeturday. '
964-,57/1.1Tdp 10x80 TRAILER All now coin*. sterling, dental gold < Each ward over IS I If1 WENT.OUT. Of BLAINtSSi furnished. Weakly monthly ) for the .position. Of white. Easy Picking. U-pick, 18 ta $ p.m. enJy.Comer .
paneling and Insulation. ring. GF scrap jewelry, ,.*ent* Dodge teary Van.l2 ft. rota*. TEMPLE MOTEL. 880 Director. SO' pound. LIII,'. Hwy 16 and 814 W. I.
Executive Must
MOAUE HOMIi Net. ....... Ii C erer6wb.siMgevedt.pMse 1191'1 all whit*. AT radio. N. ..... .
Compact Now wiring and plumbing 2 chains optical frame, rop Tempt Ave.. Stark* hove bachelor1. degreeIn Vine*,|UVUf sTM-l BTl 1orahonIo. Hwy' W. Itchg /2S.
W/O appliance, 2 awn- air conditioner watch-bor. etc. Phono J. d ) \ tired, Mill under factory Phone ....7357. 8/23 3tpd a 100. 8/23 3tpd 9/6.
tog*. control hoot and air Reasonable.' Phone R. Bulllngton, ....6250. or whett spy Is net typed'n warranty.. 11,000 mile. '/' business. special duco-. YARD SALES 4 families. 301
unfurnished. Phone 961'6258.i6 TFchg TFchg )and baugM. t* the erflc ,.(/ Now cost $,,.500, naming ROOM FOR RENT Furnished tlon or "human related services WOODEN STAKE BODY North by Thornton Salvage.frkIay .
I 96+1696. ./2 4tpd 8/J3 iTdown. take. up ...... at bedroom In large 4 IIhem. field or equivalent or 7x10x12 homemade. Maybe and Saturday. Itchg
Bank of $8,300. throe
aBamett experience
.. In country, kitchen year eon In Jacksonville.Phono 823.FROSTFREI.
....7324. Itpd 8/23.
Phon client services or program .
privilege SIOQ/month. In Itpd
:: ; : ; Union Cufi.y RetsVYIU cluding utilities, phone, administration. Forward 8/23. REFRIGERATOR
I 'r : 1979 PORO CUSTOMt 302 resume to BUARC c/o $100. Phone 964-7856.
,!I mnnaMAINIS !!! ..,,,. ..,'- ""qU, 1'=J i 1!f shortwheel haw pickup. PI. washer. Phone 46829)9.TFchg ) '.W. Hodges. Jr.. Presl-. RtANO/FARMLANOl 6 8/23.

j"" "" ... ...... --'''"... "'. ,I t. PEDSQ"Atr-I "') : : r PS. AC elide, year window. d.nt, P.O. Box 1261 acre. Phone 1-30S-269..90S TRAMPOLINE New round
INSURANCE AGBNCVl r 1 f { : \ ,,.,,,,. j : two-tono blu*. Take ovorpayment Starka. Fla. 32091. 8/23 after S p.m. for description- list $59995. sale "".95.
'i.._,. 'j MOBILE HOME 2 'bedroom, *. Phone 9648094.Itpd Ads Get
Butler 160 496-377i.S. Lake Av.., lake .. ": :: .' '" !SERV CES! .. ,,' I bath;Air conditioning and 7I 8/23. 2tchg 8/30. 8/23:3tpd 9/6. 8x12$249.95.list Phone$399.95.1-778-3227 sale
Insuronc Servke. TFN HONDA 400iOood condl. BABYtrf In my horn. wore furrAjtiW. On on* ResultsWAREHOUSE IF INTERESTED IN CARPOOLING TROLLING MOTOR Minn Jan. TFchg ,
tion. $630. Roger Cochran Good Christian environ half acra ef'Mad. $129 mo., 1947 CHEVY 6 cylinder... .1 HP please call Kato, two peed; won at
EVERYONE. 'IS INSURABLEi 1170 S.W. 4th T.".. Lake ment. Call 496-3679. Itchg first and last mmm In .... high.wheel mower. Asking GARAGES 9646062.Ina Storks Pity' Wlggly. Never used SPECIALIKEA on nursery
Immediate) 'coverog. Butler. 8/23 2tpd 8/30. 8/23. vane*. t4..kMtorOHMt-( $150 -' Phon. 964-8690. $100/month with offlca. 6 still In package.. $60 or best lock: Azaleas gal con.
by at a.m. leaving
drunk.. Call 446-2308. 8/9 Itpd 823.1W6 Phone 964-6112 or 96<1-5261. "
phon. JOI USHER HOUSE FOR SALLy owner. Gainesville at 3:30 p.m. offer Phone 964-6116 after $1 JO each. 24"; Fruit
AOENCY496-2126 Equity and assume TFN. TFchg A p.m. TFpd.UBIANC trees Boxwood. 10", '15"
or University' of Florida. 8/23
4962903.TFN payment 3 BR in,, city. IWB PtCKUPi good for $1.50. IS". .." $2. Sea our
ce,cti. Also ha fireplace. S BR TRAUJBiwIth front restoration part ate. $200 ONE HOUSEKEEPING 2tchg TRUMPET- Hlrt rose on Fla. roof stock
I .. 1170 parch and A/Q watery firm.. Phone 964-6116" alters ROOM AC one stooping Prafesilonal. $5.50 and $6.95. Shade
) :: : : ;" Roger Cochran. S.W. S BR. I 1/2 BA MOBILE now case
; .
; ", 4th Terr., Lak. Butler /23 HOMEiOn of land. sewer furnished. Shadedlot. p.m. TPpd. room, very low price, AC; $390 or best offer Phone trees, hedge plants
'Of"n' on acre
,1 "".ql I I ., : 2tpd 8/30. $190 mo., first and last Furnished or unfurnish UNDERWOOD MOTEL US ',' '-, ." '" 0-......""I 964-9847. Itpol23.CLOTHING camellias, pot plants hangIng -
.., ..
., < f' .. month In advance. Call( ed. $100 par mo. Call 301."mil. North of Starko. I. ; basket, and many
""" "" OKRAiSIO a butbel. Call
496-3907.19 TFN. I O.C. CARNES
1962308.9 TFN. TFchg : f SALEi Mat.. more.
$300 REWARD! For Information 496.3402.8/23 2tchg 8/30. ,- -n>PERsoIIAlr '; .. ,a' ". ,.. ., orl'' clothes, children's school. NURSERY. SR 100 at
loading to arrest and 1974. PLYMOUTH FURY lib .\ "0,>,;r. > TWO BEDROOM apartment mist' Sot. Aug. 25 9 a.m. fl<
conviction of someone who Low mileage; good rand KQyEtrt flr PldB : iYrit'1J ,. ..; apply at 870 McMahon: St., PISCES SKI BOATi IS 1/2 ft.:. III?. 210 N. Water St., .. Phone 6592165.
tola 6 hlvot, I fromo of tion. Call 496-29)1. Itpd .. Stork. $/' TFchg 60 HP angina trailer. $600 Starka. 9645312. Itchg TFchg:
boos In Union County. Any 8/23. equity and assume 8/23.

Information will be oppredated. OARAOI SALEiSaturday FOR MNTi trencher, compactor $ .ACRESi on 214 near Wit SAW SHOP Complete HOUSE FOR RENTS Two payment. Phone 964-7166 14 FT. SELF-CONTAINED FENCING All kind, hog
Call 431-1831 or August 25-9 a.m. til S p.m. cement. mixer Keystone Heights $300 sharpening service: circular bedroom ana bath oncanal after 7 p.m. TFpd Concord Camper for sola. 8 wire welded wire, barb
496-2501 for Gary Soay. Girl. clothing ml.. 4 and S; pressure washer, lawnmowers down $' .a. par month. hand carbide, chain.mowerr I on little lake Santa ft. aluminum camper shill win wood chain link: free
8/16 2 tpd 8/23. ladle. size 8. 183 S.E. tillers, oth.rgordon. Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 blade hollow ground F*.On acra. Washer/dryer CHAIN LINK FENCE Phone ....7571. 8/2 4tchg estimates. MANNING
., Lake Butler.Itpd auto and construetion after 4 p.m.3/29 tfnchg and balanced leave at hook-up. $230 month first material. Do It yourself and B/23 FENCE CO.. 473-4822.
8/23. tool.. KEYSTONE REN Jackson Building' Supply. and last $100 security. ova.. Installation available. Keystone. TFchgALUMINUM
Records & Tapes ,- TALS. Hwy. 21. No., NEW MOBUR HOME R.V. Stark or Keystone Ht*. Phone 372-6399 or 373-3938. Free ..tlma..s. HandyMan", GET YOUR COPY of the
: :
iPERCO"AI\I \ 473-2999. TFchg.AVAILABLE PARTS STORE also TFchg 8/16 Stchg 8/30 Fane Co. 9648559. TFchg Bradford County Telegraph PLATES Used

'i. SEPT. 3i 3 Whirlpool.( GE RCA port. CENTENNIAL ISSUE. Wo still newspaper plate 23
TV-Sales & ServiceDAHMER'S SERVICES Bedroom 2 both horn In {WHEELERS between' ALCOHOLICS KINOSUV LAKE House for IAHIA HAYi Argantlna, hove a law copies left In the 9/8K36". 25 cent each.

CUSTOM MADE Keystone. Near schools' on IC.,* 10.. ..M. ho' .. ANONYMOUS .Phone964.5110or4.6582. rant. Phone 933-3818.. highly fartlllied. Phona office. 135 W.Call St. Don't BRADFORD COUNTY
Inc. DRAPERIESiFrea ottlmote Dove St. Stove refrigerator, '479-2401. tIn chg 4/lt, TFchg 533-21906.8116 Jtchg 1/23 964-6071. TFchgWATSON'S miss out on this Issuel You'll TELEGRAPH 964.6303.
get 102 page .f pure Bradford TFchg :5
local distributor for completely control heot/alri IUILDINOfRIPAIRSt :3J.
washable nationally washer/dryer hook-ep, FOR SAlEiir boot, now REMODELING ONE ACRE LOTS located 4 HOUSE OF County history' for only
advertised Cordsette carpeted fenced yard; utility float on traitor and 100 H.P. New kitchen mile South on 301. Gordon VACUUMS Many brand of $1. TFpd ROUND BALES OF HAYS
964-7923 Draperies. SAW Enterprise. shed last house on paved Evlnrude, Hoc. start bath, family room Brick area. Phone 964 9871. .1232tpd130. now vacuum Used Fresh cut. SIS each. '80
Block' coRCftf9)e Fireplace machines available. Part Wood Brooder. each,
USED table $10
$1200.00 479-2874 SOFAS CHAIRS
... ph. onEmOl'1'
Ed or Loma, dead $260 per specialists. Griff I.Construction.
1962219.3/1 TFN. mo. 1st and lost mo. rent ,_. 2tpd 816WORK and accessories for all pert-o-enb; con .be seenThursday ana or all. Phone 782.31.0.
110 E. Call St. Phone 473-2108 or 404 NW
vacuum systems. and JFchg
plu. $100 damage deposit. FURNISHED APARTMENT Friday only
CLARKES SAW SHOPl Com I Phone 431-1114 after 5 p.m. WANTEDiHelp 473-2578. TFchgBRADFORD Nice apartment 1R, largo 10th Av*., Gainesville 383 Cherry St. Itchg 8/23.

Phonograph Needles plot sharpening service, 8/23 tfn. middle-aged woman love SEPTIC TANK living room, Kitchenette, phone 376-7110.) TFchg SINGER ATHENA 3000 Electronic
hand circular mower Keystone Heights and would both "light and water fur. BOATS Stumpknockar for touch memory sewing
blades, CASH FOR GOLDl Sterling, Ilk. to give your home loving SERVICE Bradford residential nished." Sorry no children. DO DROP IN Bargain Newt fishing" 13.6 ft with trailer machln The best model
Cr.w. Building Supply. lake Jewelry diamond, coin.*. core In return for rent; pump-outs, >$45. Commercial Phone ....5033. Itpd 8/23. US 301 South. We buy and 9.8 Mercury motor very Singer' mokes. Need so-
for Sale Butler', 7/3 TFN. dental gold. Will visit. your A-1 I business' and character and Industrial. Fully sell used furniture. Phone good condition. $700. Phone means to toke overpayment
4 homo anywhere. Mr. Rift- reference licensed. Phone 9648121.TFchg MODERN FURNISHED APT. I 964-6740. 9 to S .....5129. after 6:30: p.m. $17 per month or

.3 bedroom 2 both from. USE THE LAUNDRAMAT at man. 479-1089.2/1 tfnchg .prefer to how exchanged neighbor' bedroom wall to wall Mon.-Thurs., 9 to 6 Frl. and 8/23 2tchg 8/30. pay balance $ 87. Original
horn outilde Hwy.lOObythoHandy.Way.W. nc..moklng. Sat. 3/1 TFchgNEWSPAPER $950. Will lake trade.
city on 1.64 carpet. AC. ample private price
acr... Lorg. have a wash dry fold LAKE LOTS FOR Alit .Ann Vodnols. Rt. I MAKE YOUR TRAILER look paved parking In rear 24 hr. PRACTICE PIANO. $250. An. .",, Phono "/.8S12. Will
service,29 per lb. Attendant lox 9838 K.Hta... like.. a homo. ItomodoIlng.oddIttono ROLL .1230. Electric :: :
2 bedroom 1 bath from. Keystone Heights. Modem tlque organ no obllgatlon.1tchg .
32656 screened security lighting. ... ... ........ ...,. "
homo In Malford. on duty TFN 'Beautifully wooded lot endear Itpd81NEIGHBORHOOD electric kitchen. Phone "ENDSSverol available. stove, .I2S.'ro"k..25" : *8/23. .
D/W Mobile Homa and lot HARVEY'S LAND DEVELOPMENTilond and bottom lake. to your homo or trailer.Paul' ...-839.. after 5 p.m. No various lengths, all either Phone 964-8404. Itchg 8/23. ,
In city. Priced to lell. clearing and Good term or discount for OARAOISALEilak Framing, Free children or pel*. NOT A 15" or 30" wid. Good for FURNITURE sofa',of
.3 bedroom I 1/2 bath bulldozing work. By hour or cash.1 to S aero with nice Geneva, east on .estimates. Call anytime. MOTEL. 8/23 2tchg 8/30. children to color on. table YARD SAlEi Friday and drawer, dresser kitchen
brick homo on nlca lot In contract. Roods built fishpond tree* overlooking lake from SR-100 Between Ceramic phone 964-8019. TFchg cover, etc. IRADFORD Saturday 9 to 9 p.m. NW chairs. desk miscellaneous
Shop and Whit Elephant. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 139 28th Street, off US 301. First Item Phone 964-78U
dug and culvert. In..tall.d. $3.900 $500 down.SW
W. Call. Stork. TF
and 12
trailer 8/23.
Sunday Monday on right. Itpd anytlma. Itchg 8/23.
Contact SuperiorCleaners month. Commercial lot
on 8/23 engine and all type of bedroom, $123/month.
for Rent 2592078. Alter 6 SR-21 North avollobl. noon too p.m. 1 Itchg lawn mower repaired Including First and lost month rent TROLLING MOTOR Won atPlggly

p.m., call Eugen Harvey, OwnerSal..mon.n.4375.. PURNATLMI SAlEiChest of reborlng. Work and damage deposit. 740 N. Wiggly. Never used CLOSE OUT SALE Windowunit

.3 bedroom 1 bath CH/A 2752552. or Ray Harvey 2/22 tfnchg. drawer. dressers. twin bed done reasonably. Henry Church Stark Phone still in package.: $60 or best air conditioner, priced "PAYING $10 MEN'S, $5
Lak. 275-2768 In Sand.rson.23 '...S76O. '/21tfcht. 473-3246. 1/23 '/6.F .
house on Klngsley frame, table, dryer etc. 4 Browdar 3tchg offer.' Phone 964-6116 after from $199. New freezers WOMEN'S FOR CLASS
8tchg 10/11. WANTED TO BUYiS-0 ocrs
Available Nov.mb.r and ana half mile south of 6 ,.m. TFpdBRICABRAC from $299. Limited time on RINGS. ANY CONDITION.WILL .
In with old house or
through SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE mobile ham, prefer Oft Metro off SR-21. Friday BIRCH. IPM Pert Central ,.. Estimate SHOP Just AND ly. APPLIANCES 332 W. ARRANGE PICK-UP.

Maines TRAP cleanouts. lake, cash writ full 481-3722 Itchg /23FOR Services ef ".. The March I bOn opening. Hwy 21 North of Madison ....7701. B/23. PHONE TOIL-FREE"

R.o.onoble. Joe Fonyth description R.C.P.. Rt,1 Bon SAUimotorcyclo.( 77 To Rid Your Homa of MOW LAWNS Keystone HI*. Ceramics 1-800-835-2246 ANYTIME.
Real ; 4311022. All business ap 629. Height, Nuisance Puts Call 1 Itpd 8/23
Estate Keystone plaques, dolls, Indian
Honda XR-79 dirt bike, excellant TRIM SHRUBBERYEDGE '
32656.Itchg /23 96+5534. 6/21 TFN Jewelry other Item Phone
Realtor running condition SIDEWALKS 73-70.2.7/26 TFchg 2 bottom plows I row -- --III
DOZIER OR DRAGLINE work. POEAIIsGirl's bicycle. 20 never raced $m firm. SEWING MACHINES cultivator", mower, $1"00. I
160 S. Lake Ave. All kind. Grading, Inch good condition call 475-(024( or 475-1241 Itchg RIPAIRIDi All male. cleanod. I i LANDSCAPE LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor Phone Bob Greene. PANELING .
drainage. clearing or fishpond 8/23 oiled and adjusted.( $10. 964 8092 or 964-8682 after 9 I
473-2692 $20.00. Itpd 8/23 Call L/. Lowt.,. Phone 782-3182
work done by contractor
Butler, fla. Work guaranteed. James weekday otter 6 p.m. or p.m. Itchg
the hour. Freeestimate ,FOR RSNTtModem effklencyoportmont.svltobl.
by WORK WANTSDiMousorepairs Strickland corner MorganRd. NICK'S anytime weekend TFchgHATfRS : f
William on*
Dwight ,
and 16. TFchg Molding
4963978 496-2968 after 7,.p.m. 8/23 roof repair. bam furnished, corpated all i'
TFN. built painting room additions electric heat end o/e. color EXPERIENCED"ROOFER LAWN SERVICE | Kitchen C. ;nels| I

screen porch. etc. T.V.Keystone coq $179 per needs roofing work, f REGISTERGAS Counter Tops!
no |lob too small Mike'semail month call 473-4119 after Lonnl.1 782.3354 VarmiMFREE I
4:30 p.m. Itpd. 8/23 2tpd 8/23
or 4732803after 5 p.m. *Bulldozer work SOl $. TtaBp** SI. I ;r

Don't junk that punctured skidder tire 11 t We Hnchg 823REFRIOSRATER FOR SALE lETS Chevy HOUSECLSANINO SERVICE > Large or Small 4.888UP I ESTIMATES;''f B

can section repair 90% of any size off the road POI Truck excellent owidlM.. ), Top to bottom, single or Furniture R.llnlahlnPatioWalk

tires. SALEtwhlte apartment size, heavy-slot suspension multl-.tory. excellent |ofa. Stones| *Lard Fin Bottles IVAUCHI-ltu"SOM( 4
excellent condition $60. S 00.. CoIl 475.20lkhg $20 and up. Free estimates.' 6 r

Used tires in stock: "473-3857 Itchg 8/23 8/23 Phone 473-2728 anytime. Parking Bumpers/ PondsWILBUR I Motor Homes Flll 4V CO. i '
8/16 8/23
18.4x25 30.5x32 17.5x25 2tpd [

23.1x26 24 x 32 20.5x25 FOR ALEBoutful! homo an WHOLESAll, 7 pm.AUCTtONiMonday Hwy- WOULD LIKE ta keep Installation 9M....! I INO fifer .nk.ttjTta I 1408. ThornDSOII St *Jl
28.1x26 67.3400x25All Gator Zone 3BR loath 17 North at city ,limitsPalotko. children In my homo at SUNSHINE ACRES W Mamas. 81 __ I Old Coca Coi. '
CH/CA. that
great room can night. Phone 9644429. Itpd
Public Auction Friday TM
be used a* extra bedroom. 023.LWNKIEANIN1 ,,4-8728 Bu*. 884-6711 I i
work guaranteed. call 473-2692 Itpd. 8/23 and Sunday 1 p.m. 964-7699 .64-6041 Home bUiitt. !.. *
Contact Vlrgel| Bennett everyone___.4tpd 8/2 EBnszMCffia i
? WHOLESALE. AUC- _.._ .'
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COMMERCIAL TIRE TtONiEvery Thursday. 700: SMALL I .J
Whit. SowingCntr
23)9) SE HawthorneRood. .
p.m. '
SALES AND REPAIR Gainesville Truckload & '! & Fill MOT HOUSE: REPAIRS, ROOF REPAIRS. BARNS Wwi1DrHiln, !! g t

1111 North Allen St. l of new merchandise: '. "I.." I
tool, etectrenks. BUILT PAINTING ROOM ADDITIONS, SCREEN 2" Thru 8'" ': .
Perry. Fla. 32347 groceries t Large Or Small Jobs
.' 904-584-4927 pottery? automotive, SEWING MACHINE PORCHES ETC. Reasonable Prices. Fast Rotary
household. Bill auctioneer.
4tpd ./2 Perry ; Dozer Work TOUCH AND SEW 473-3997 Day 4/3-2803 Attar 6 P.M. Drilling Equipment; j'

Foundations All fancy designs; ...... ................
I '
buttonhole,overcast. Pumps .
Jan. S. U.her; Realtor blind/ ........ .tc. 'Handyman I .....H...... /*......
Top Soil '" I

340 W.a St 1962126., Sold new.$489.00 New & Used .
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1.k.8uder 496.2903>Iv. JIMMY MARTIN'.964-5230 Balance due 136.40! fence Co. : .R
: or$13.20 per month Sale..Part..Servlce l A
f ,

1BR Mobil. Homo. Furnished $110. FOR RENT ..." .0\..... '.. Call)for 376-4467 free ham trial ..k( 964-8559 .......E-Z...Term........ .:..f. ''

28R Mobil Home $150. ,... licensed Broker.or licensed$....,.,... ',J. .e.PIumbli !
Four Bedroom House. / ,WIt...'.Sewing Center ." FM44VL ,; :
PROPERTY YOU sium 'j' \
Archer.. : '
327 S.W. ; ''I ;
60 Acre.s Providence. ere Your own full-Hm: Franchise In Ioall.tat.. right in this I .r"j! r ; .:' New Installation r) '
33 Ac,... 4 grain bin, dryer hemmermlll. hay ...... Owner flnenced. Meal feed. (tat area. And NO ";"",charge. National Company AckoawntlsaO.In.svNle" :m;:;;'.' (I ; I v-'" I' ; ',
97OniLC :: f I ,
established Open :, t, t:.;.' I:' ; RefaodeNng| Rpftlr'r f
operation, In 1900. largest I In'Its fi.ld.All advortldng. all
10 Acre with 1 houses near Orange lake.Riverf .. .Ions. forms, supplies furnished, professional Trainingend ...................... ..:: cI'r'nIi

rent property.n Santa ,.. "Instruction given, for rapid development i from Startto di a HOME p .Idastriaf. RuldIafialt'1' ; ':: m; "'<<,; I
Butler.Trailer .
Residential' .lots with In city of SuccSS. Nationwide advertising brines. Buyer fromeverywhere. SERVICE tQIfJi Ciaialiak ....................... I

3 BR .ham spaces fronts Ft 10. room with exposed beams large. et-ln ..Ite..h.*| elnfof. Can you qualify You must .haw Initiative, ":J. j J.2.! ... I

Large back yard. Ideal for children. .KCHent character(bondoble);tale*ability, be financially 100 AMP : PUMP SUPPLY 'f f "' r f: .;

2 room.BR CB homo with attractive yard) decorative patio make this .Ideal. hem* f for plant ,..,....//W.t., Commission-volume opportunity far'man, Licensed"Clty',&: County : f.ae4 f. ;'

.lover*. Dishwasher, (tav*. drop.. A/C.r. ssme ef the evrra*. -Of-. '( :taam&Thot Can, Sell Information' 't3$ t. COMPANY : ; ,: i
NIc residential lot with trailer .hook-up m city. without obligation.StROUT" aoo AMP : ,''\ f 'ftGSIark9F14f : 11
2 BR trailer an 2 lots" 200' or more; street frontage.WORTHINGTON Expert Instillation.Fr !'4, Temple Av*| } ;

SPRINGS, .. 1. ;v*:::': ,i\i\ ;
',('...utlful"" .. Trees and shrubs attractl.location. / )'. ;,' '
J.R,.1.A beth" trailer'on 2 tot ,44a' i. 'j '' I. ::121..
make this else entra clol. AEALTYMs.RIG,. BROKER I, ,., \'i\1-1! .1' .
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Pan AD August 23, 117.I .

I Bicycling is No Evening Respite- For Racers; Such as Larry Patz

When one mention bicycle riding They are the bicycle racers, a short course race, 3MQ miles, .Is the"sprint" e
we generally conjure up thoughts of dedicated minority of pedal pusherswho There's other of bicycle road ictng.
lazy stroll* on wheels. put In hours each week towards types of bike competition
Maybe a ride to the lake shore or their favorite sport. too. The Olympic Indoor races
around the neighborhood. The most One such bicycle racer Is 20 year ear seen on TV are contested on the banked .
strenuous task on the old two-wheeler old Larry Pats, who lived In Starke vellodrome tracks but with the \
might be toting home a basket full of through fifth grade before moving closest: such facility being in Orlando I,. / ;i"
groceries-or keeping up with the with his parents, Ernie and Fran riders practice like on those courses are luxuries .".\\\ill(., 1
Pats seldom
youngsters on a family outing. Patz, to Orange Park. tested get. Also con- ... ..
Even the kids have an easy time on "I always was Interested in biking are cyclo-crosa races-the MI.ff .t.
their only set of wheels. Their ," remembers Pats, who bicycling communities version of .1
toughest time of the week Is the uphill graduated from Orange Park but considers cross count Bikers toil over a I ." \ -
ride to school In the morning. It's himself being from Starke. "Igot rough forested course, at ... ,'" :?;. -
times hopping off their vehicles:! to
somehow downhill three and
always a sprint Into racing years ago ,
bike In hand .
home when the bell rings. joined a bike club In Jacksonville." run, over log alaln.
For some bike riders though, the He's been wheeling full steam ahead Then there's the time trial, where "
fun and games of the art "you never ever since. ,,- riders go out by themselves for a .. ,;t1"" .:
forget how" to do is serious business. An week during the peak distance such as 23 miles, racing only II" '"
.. Larry Pats has been racing bicyclesfor against the clock. f"{" '. If
"There's no drafting or tactics In ,
years. the time trials Pats noted, "You'reout "!. ,." .
their by yourself." /. "'".. ..,'I
Something New At Diking season (May-August) will Include .., .. .
350400\ miles of road work but Larry competed in both the State ..,,_. .. -- -- ---
the bulk of the training work for Road Race and State 25-mile Time
Larry In the last two yean has come Trial In June, finishing fourth In his Starke Girls; Place in NE Fla. Jr Golf Tour
on trips to South America. class of the road run after taking sixth
''f'i vDairii)'' "In cycling the best way to train Is In the time trial the week before. He's
to race as often as you can: and now In Class "3" but soon to be a "2" !Melanie Wood and Lori Clark of Starke placed In the Girls il-13 age croup of
301 Medellin. Columbia is a racing community in the U.S. Cycling Federation's the annual North Florida Area Jr. Golf Tour completed two weeks ago in Lake
Queen South ,'' the Orange Park rider ex. tier Seniors(aged 18-and up) division.
.- ;} : plained. He trained the Columbiatown Class "1" consists of the most experienced City.Wood, pictured fourth from right, took second In the division with Clark, pictured
he said "Is definitely not a adult riders In the nation. second from right, one spot behind her. Points were totaled with the girls'
tourist spot" In April last year and He attended the U.S. Nationals in lop five finishes on the seven-tournament tour counting towards their finishes.
will return in March. August as a spectator. U be has his Also pictured are: Diane Wood, far left and Hal Wood far right who also
While home Patz covers the Northeast way the next time he goes wW be as a played the stops on the tour, along with Starke Golf and Country Club pro Herb
; Hot Apple Sundaes Florida bike trails,often biking competitor. And after that-does he .
d' from his home in Orange Park to his think about the Pan American game,
old home town of Starke, a distance or the Olympics '
he says he's covered in one hour-17
You'll Love Em minutes (from OP High to Bradford "Yeah, I've thought about It," he Edith..
Ta The
Hospital). answered, pausing to think about the
That training regimen is to prepare end of the rainbow in amateur sports.
Patz for a diet of 30-40 races each "It takes a long time to develop a national -
7 BUY ONE GET ONE year, some in spots up and down the class rider...since I just started Warner Executive
East Coast Races In this sport can really seriously,a couple of years agoI Pop
vary in type and distance. A long don't think Vtt have been in It long
course race could be two,or even just enough to think about 1980 (Olympics
FREE one lap through a 50-120 mile course In Moscow).., I kind'a have my sightsset Answers Coach HurseDear
while a short course test might be 50 on the 1984 Olympics in Loa
runs over a two mile road course.The Angeles."

Editor: if he did he would have not mentionedthe
NOCSAE seal our rulebook has
I have read the letter of David mentioned it since 1975! I would con-
Hurse,Coach and Athletic Director of clude this phase of my comment witha
OFFICE I EQUIPMENT t% Bradford High School, concerning his question. What insurance premium,
yet Pop Warner Football per player, is Coach Hurse's team
(telegraph, August Z, 1m. paying to its Insurance carrier this
AND SUPPLIES' 1e Your readers may appreciate the fall? It will be somewhere In the$50 to
;" oup 011''to following comments since many of $100 range(per player),while the Pop
their sons and daughters will be participating Warner team will pay approximately
1 in Pop Warner teams In the 1/10 that amount) All of us know the
\0 .area this fall, and there may come a insurance companies are not in
\ c.\1 \\0\\ time, a few years hence, when the business to lose money, so I suggest,
,' a players will have to make up their in addition to my own figures on injuries
4tec\ minds about playing for Coach Hurse. which may sound self-serving,
\ Pop Warner Football celebrates its the "neutrality" of the insurance Industry
._ \)$ \.919 50th Anniversary this fall,which span be used as a guide as to the
includes 30 local (Philadelphia) and relative safety of the two levels of
l1- r 20 national years In all those years play.The.
1LO we have never had a death or case of most celebrated national case
1.4 1\\1\\\\S f permanent physical impairment arising of a high school quad took place not
\ >> out of the "contact nature of our far from you several years ago In
\S' WOODEN \ game.Unlike. Miami the so-called Dreg Stead
1, \ \ high school football whereno 1 case, which was followed by a rash of
C Etp 1 attention Is paid to the ages or lawsuits nationwide many of which
S weights of players Pop Warner Football named the high school coach as a
mtYOmO $'%'l EXECUTIVE DESKS '" is played in 7 separate defendant in addition to the.helmet
\ ':he Age/Weight divisions with strict con. manufacturers. Baal< interesting to
Re1u, '" .., .. trots onupper' and lowerweight note that the National Federation of
.3 10ie limits, In-season "growth" allowanceand State High School Athletic Associations -
pen, .319' Pe4; $2 9 700 -- other factors in the player's safety which has a Florida branch of
Office interests Since Coach Hurse mentioned which Coach Hurse is no doubt a
the AMA, let me say that we member, did not until recently prohibit
have met with them and the the very dangerous techniquesof
American Academy of Pediatrics in "spearing" and "butt-blocking",
E Shop Chicago, and once the profession where the head is used as a weapon to
SIZE EtECU1' understood our matching of players hurt the opposing player. Coach
lETtE'" there was no stated opposition to our Hurse cannot claim as 1 can that not
9"'t1 C\\\\\ -"brand" of football. one of our coaches has ever been sued
: f\\.E C I10W.CallSt..Stark.Florida-9643764 I use the word "brand" because for teaching a prohibited tactic nor
.. t" 22800 that Is exactly what we are,unlike the has one of our coaches ever had a
t ",eO.It lien "unbranded' versions of tackle football death, a paraplegia or quadrepleglavictim.
", RrRialrrtar.TyprwrnrrMrRHlantrqualvalurllebraRitrna.' q for kids where a parent may be Yet the are replete
00 Ihv grand door print and other door .....
many p.
: ftft'w. playing Russian Roulette in allowing with these cases out of high schools
: $\ will hove .p..nUUv from om' of our major dimririuinr' his or her child to play. I would say, each fall. So much for the
ill\ drmnn.tratiR, thrir produrnW9 however, that some leagues, not affiliated "qualifications" of our coaches and
with us, do have equally. the relative safety of our gamesI .
bft/f/trrtf.attif'tftrAr*,pmtrA nod,../....a nfny*t*(in pear sae's "tough"and protective standards. do admit we have injuries. There
trraft Coach Hurse betrays his ignoranceby are occasional broken bones, but
suggesting Pop Warner kids play more likely sprains strains sore
sort of a pickup game, inventing their muscles and bee-stings! To my
GOODS' I II own set of rules and play without knowledge, we are the only component
PANT supervision. The statistics of such a In all of tackle football that can
$1150 situation argue against it. There are buy a liability insurance policy that
several"sandlot"deaths each year in would cover the coach the team and
2001 Off -"St. l this type"game" and often it is the the league against suits arising out of
U lack of proper equipment or the use of player injury or death! The fact
\ .,1\\\\ 1'C\\t. t DESK prohibited techniques that leads to we ve never had a death obviously
p' t1a" FILEt them. Should he have the time Coach helps but it also'shows our injuriesare
..toc.o"'o aSrJ Hurse might want to 'consult the not of the type that leave a victim
ec;) 9 studies of the American Football confined to a wheelchair for life. High
.,,O \\\\\ Reg. t15! Coaches'Association on the subject of School football including the 7-8 I
'\ s'\A s LEGAL football fatalities published annuallythe Grade and Junior Varsity versions
.. <) DESK LAMP s10Ei$865 ( AFCA is the national associationof cannot make that statement! Con .
: Reg. collegiate coaches but high school trary to the coach's false statement
tJ'a 'I"\\\\\\\\\\ coaches and others may join). that we are not liable at all, I would
.&. \. \\ Reg, $ 650 LETTER SIZE $680e Concerning those fatalities, it Is interesting point out that we are very much on
P '21'0. Reg S8.' to note that most all of the the firing line and could be sued In ad-
deaths that result from football each dition to the local team and its local
year are produced on the high school league.The fact that we haven't been
playing field with high school teams again Is due to the historical record
,. CLEARANCE Ali > playing! The same holds true for and Coach Hurse should be well I
\,... INVENTORY / cases of permanent physical impair aware of the number of times his national I
Es ment, including the most tragic of In federation has been named a
Et Are juries: the paraplegic or ""quad"Finally defendant In a court action arising out I
...\. o I U.ed 1 U.edVlctor I U.ed FOr Ood most of the deaths arising out of player Injury or death.
1 Bonos of heat stroke,cases, also are of high r would end by pointing out that any I
CASH REGISTER ADDING MACHINE TYPEWRITE school origin. school board or district which denies 1
POints'NO Why is this? the use of tax-supported facilities to
I share the opinion of the legal pro. legitimate, organized groups withinits
SIGNS I $5000 $5000 $50 STATIONERY fusion that has litigated many of jurisdiction runs a great risk of finding
HUNTING these cases that the prime cause for, itself in court to show cause why
By Eoon death (other than heatandperma: said denial was made.The only cases
nent physical impairment is the lack of which I am aware that were upheldon
Price 1 Price of age and weight controls In the high behalf of the school were those
y school game ft Is not unusual to see where past experience Indicated the
We 2' weight disparities of 80, 90 and 100 group was not capable of using the
Accept pounds between two competing high privilege In a manner to be a welcome
school: teams and it Is common to see guest again. To my knowledge, the
1 Table Of Mi.c VISA them in the 50-60 pound range. local Pop Warner team and Its leader
And More At TheOffice Historically\ high school football has ship has not engaged In any acts of
POST BINDERS paid no attention to these differencesand property destruction i or defacement,
,- has ignored the scientific nor has It caused riots or otherwise
1 evidence of the physicist-namely the presented any danger or harm to the
STENCILS! ,Toed g Net PEANUT mass/velocity upon Impact equations school, its employees, students, etc.,
I that explain the dangers. At the etc. .
PENS BUTTONS Pop Warner level, the weights are far Thank you for bringing these factsto
CALENDAR STANDS lower, the kids run much slower and the attention of your readership. I
.. the absolute weight differences are believe it Imperative the other side of
: Shop R.oi69 59C .... .4 25'now kept within a very narrow range. At the story be told since Coach Hum

And Much More ", the youngest levels, kids may be seen has painted a picture very much
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'tackling by hugging each other to slanted In one direction and I think
Call St, the ground yet Coach Hurse maintains the parents of your community should
8 Starke,"orldo PEACABIEPEEPLKINS Gal Cans they'd be safer In 7th,or 8th have the other side told and be allowed .
Price grade school teams, which know no to make up their !minds. The same
I RSBBERCEMENT weight controls, and more often than holds true of the school board, prln-
I 0 not are coached by math or English 'clpal and so* on:;: who will receive
96d 576 teachers picking up some extra :copies of this letter In case Its length
A : r money on the side and are apt to be prevents its publication In full.

r Reg 49. wearing "hand-me-down" equip- Respectfully.
We Accept VISA 29C1 ment. David G. Tomlin
; Mice It is obyious the coach has never [Executive! VicePresidentPop
I 'seen a Pop\Wamer rulebook, because Warner Little Scholats Inc.

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