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 30, 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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; City Clerk Merrill Edwards was are city employees) Is suspended, he "threatened suspension of Police
suspended for less than an hour Tuesday has the right to public hearing and a Chief Jimmy Bowen." Wolbert said
r afternoon after Mayor formal reading of the charges against Bowen had received"veiled threats"
I, \ Commissioner Joseph Warren charged him. Police officer George from Warren If Tomasovitch remained
'tI-I him with malfeasance Toraasovitch was suspended July 7 a dispatcher (Tomasovitch had
misfeasance or wilful neglect andcaned for Insubordination and reinstated been a patrolman prior to his suspension -
I for his suspension. August 7 by Warren who said there ).

2F Warren the clerk to wasn't a sworn affidavit of the The Injunction was denied by Circuit .
requested placeeveraJ
.... : items on the ballot concerningthe charges against Tomasovitch. Warnn Judge Wayne Carlisle of
refused read
to the charges
Gainesville and warren received
election of the
or appointment city against Tomasovitch, denied a hearing .
Clark, police chief and After some political advice from Carlisle,
Edwards did mayor. and subsequently was taken to who said most problems could be
not the items
place on
court to determine the legality of his solved
with "eye to eye contact
the ballot Warren charged him with
neglect erf his official duties. actions. across the table.?' Carlisle also toldWarren
the "hat of chief of police la
; Warren gave written charges to*Edwards Attorney Wolbert acting on behalf not big enough for two to wear."
at 4:45: p.m. and a special com of the Policeman's Benevolent After Edwards was reinstated, he
.,', "II" mission meeting was called at 6 p.m. Association (PBA), filed an,injunction said "If anybody asks me who I'm
"' ,. determine if the council wanted against Warren Aug. 10 to halt a.' votin' for, I'm votln for Schaefer."
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: :' grant Edwards a hearing.
', "p. Commissioners;; Ted Oglesbyi;. Vernon -
Silcox and Wilbur Waters '
unanimously denied a hearing and -Since 1882-

called the charges against Edwards.
'1 "unfounded." Labor. Day is Years-Old

A memo to Edwards ealling for his
} j:4ILJ : 'suspension from Warren stated, in Monday, Sept 3, marks the 97th annual celebration of Labor Day a
\ ". part: holiday first suggested and adopted in 1882, and now observed In every

\:''' ."' ,\ %'As provided In Section II of the Labor Day a holiday in honor of working men and women Is usuallyaccompanied
.'"'\', Charter, on July 28. 1979. I proclaimed ;; by picnics excursions and sporting events,as it falls on the
Ito that certain questions should be included last summer weekend for 1979.
:i( In the election to be held in The originator of \the Idea Peter J. McGuire president of the United "} d n

1 September, 1979. iln the presence of a Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, had his proposal :,:

J witness./ delivered the same to Mr.. adopted y.the.Central Labor Union In 1882 ., .,, ,. ...-. ,.... "
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thrutme on September ballot. the union held a. parade. on the streets of New York City commemorating .

"In direct disobedience and total the occasion. *
disregard of my instruction and the McGuire, an active leader l In the Knights of Labor, thought the first
City Charter, Mr. Edwards has Monday In September was the most appropriate date for the celebration,
willfully refused to place the same on because It came halfway between Independence Day In July and
the ballot. Thanksgiving Day In November.Not .
n, .: "Mrj Edwards either knew I was long after this first parade, the General Assembly of the Knights of

r ,a .yuw a at mayor! or neglected his duty by fail- Labor voted to maintain the celebration on an annual oasis.
>p ing to determine same, in either case Labor Day became recognized as a national holiday on Oct. 9, 1884
-, Mr. Edwards'' action of unilaterally when the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions of the United .
t- determining he would not follow Sec- States and Canada voted in Its favor at a Chicago convention. This

tion II of the City Charter is organization later became known as the American Federation of Labor. ,

malfeasance misfeasance, wilful

II School Bells Are Ringin9 Warren neglect Commissioner of had his official not Silcox been duty pointed, 'officially out 5; 'Zoning Hearings Set TuesdayFive

reinstated when he the clerk the
gave Important hearings will be ability to obtain a quorum of
order. 'After Warren's reinstatementas
School openings around the county has requested two more teachers to were surprised when they found they July 23 a written order was held at a meeting of the Bradford members.
have been generally smooth with the alleviate overloads in grades 4-7. LE had fewer credits than they thoughtand not mayor received until 10 days later,according County Zoning Board In the County Hearings on next Tuesday's agenda

biggest problems at Lawtey Elemen- had 395 pupils Wednesday morning, freshmen have been having their to Silcox.It 'Commission room at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday are Petition: Eloise Rivera to '
tary where the population Is increas- up some 45 over last year. Hall expects usual difficulty finding their way was also pointed out by City Attorney Sept. 4.meeting. by
ing and "kids are running out of our to close out after Labor Day around, says Principal Jim Duncan; George Pierce that Warren's The was postponed from change zoning on one acre of Highway
Fe Lake from RIA
ears. the regular date, August 28. due to In- 21 at
over.400 pupils. otherwise the school opening has been reinstatement did not rescind the
LE Principal Charles Hall said he (residential) to BA (neighborhood
I One class at LE has students,and smooth. orders given by the full commission business). If rezoned the property will
others are at 34 or 35 students. Thereare Southslde Elementary reported tIt on the eve of Warren's dismissal as Frow Strickland be used as the new location of a
16 new kindergartners'this students Wednesday, down a few mayor; Western Auto Store now operated by J
iilic \ZJaian!! iTrCcr but grades K-3 are not too bad with year a from last year, but Principal Jesse After Warren's removal as mayor, George Mundell at intersection of
Moore said he expects the 640 he anticipated the commission rescinded several
pupil-teacher ratio o( 1-26. Trial Set 17 Hwy. 21 and 21B.
after Labor Day. Some orders Warren had given to the police .Sept. Will Harris will be heard on a peti- b
"It's a very crowded situation, classes at SS are a little overloadedand chief and city clerk among those the tion to reclassify: one acre at Intersection ;
right now," says Principal Hall. adjustments will be made to same items to be placed on the ballot. The trial of Frow W. Strickland, of Highway 100 South and For-
equalize the teacher loads said charged with three counts of income
Bids are to be opened tonight Moore. But Warren's order to have these tax evasion, has been postponed until syth Road to one-half acre BA and
(Thursday, Aug. 30) in a special items placed on the ballot was In one-half acre RlC Present zoning Is
Starke also September 17 the U.S. District
Elementary reported
school board meeting for a new addition a nullified by the fact he did not.discuss: CQurt Middle District ''of Florida Open Rural and Mr. Harris desire to
slight drop in enrollment. Principal '
to LE. But the new building will with the full commission the election Jacksonville. locate a residence and continue'
probably be completed too late to help Charles said Frahcia he had expected reported 670.641 studentsbut Francis items. The city charter prescribesthat The owner oorator of Slrickiand'slanding operation of his used' equipment
out much this the the Items before business on the plot.
term. Meanwhile, LE mayor place
Lake Indicted
still around 690 students after Kingslcy was f
expects the commission for discussion and George W Roller has requested a '
has classes in available by
Labor Day. SE class loads will be ad- on April S for tax evasion in the d
such the cafeteria.But resolution of the commission the application for ae
as and for total of
justed after Labor Day. years 1972. 73 74, a speciafusepermit 200B
items can be placed on the ballot. on Highway
at other schools there are The school opening was "splendidat Commissioner Waters said he $47.000 In taxes (Petesvllle Road), now zoned R1C, 1..' ,
For the
1 hIle fewer problems. Hampton," reports Principal Con- didn't know what Warren's year 1972 Strickland for use as site for Church of God. '
Bradford Middle School, wfllch nie Clark. There were students at "problem" was but he was "fed up" reported no taxablei Income, and no Wade Behr will be heard on ap .
4.v.Av.v"10 moved into 23 newly erected self- tax due. The Government claims tax
HE Wednesday; Clark had expected with the situation. plication to rezone two acres just
School Sudgot Mooring contained classrooms) before contractors 190, and still expects to end up with. able income should be $22.100 with south of railroad on Highway 100 4 -.
School. ...,..OHIc.ri00 had finished work on the over 200 after Labor Day. "All of this Is hurting the entire city taxes owed $3,800: South, next to Robert Mullins. from
p.m. remodeling, report "everything is the commissioners and city For 1973 Strickland reported $6.231 OR to R2 (multi housing) permitting 'r
running along smoothly. BMS Brooker Elementary Principal employees.We have become the In taxable income, with $1,044 taxes duplex triplex, or quadriplex units. ( '
reported an enrollment of 730 Cissy Santanglni reported 138 laughing stock of the town," Waters due. The Government computes his John Hendry's application for

.ktvrdav.1.5.1 Wednesday, up slightly from the 711 students Wednesday, about what she said. taxable income for that year at rezoning one-half acre seven miles "\ ,+ ,
IAKI SMI at the end of last term. No over had expected, "I'm thoroughly enjoying Warren said he was following the $78,400. with lax owed. $22,600. west of Starke on Highway 100 from! a, .
,..11I..UuHl crowded classes were reported. Biggest It.' said the newest principal in advice of Circuit Court Judge Wayne For 1974 Strickland again claimedno OR to BP furniture! repair shop) will \ M.
.....,.. ...-. problem at BMS were bus routes the county. Mrs. Santanginl has beena Carlisle and was willing to settle mat- ,taxable Income and no tax due. also be heard at this lime. \.
by ioU A._...l.e '"F not clearly defined, and a shortage of supervisor for the school system un ten "across the table" He added he The Government sets his taxable Income Hearings start at 7:30: p.m.PolicePoyB psi
!I Mr Rotordod. CMIiOM* ,j. furniture an4 supplies after the hur til this year when she was named. felt Edwards.had done a good. Job. as at $61,300 with $21,000' tax due
\ ried move back into the school just a principal at Brooker. for that year. . few day*.before school opened. Attorney J. j. "Jess" Wolbert said The violations carry a maximum tter '

.-..p..... the charges Warren had Issued penalty of five years and/or a fine of ,
--. Bonk Forking. togs I: Bradford High reported an enroll- Telegraph Office against Edwards were unfounded and $ 0,000 on each count, plus cost' of pro
,,......fer nHom.b.undIM.n.MI.e ment of 1,103 down slightly from furthermore failed to distinguish between secution.: .*+ In Waldo: Wade yea
some 1,150 students last year. More misfeasance malfeasance or .
I program < students are expected after Labor Close wilful neglect. :
'. t however. Some BUS'students' To Monday Mqft Buaineffle* Hampton town marshal hick Wade
1" Day.
"This was diced shot in the back" resigned last week to take a better-

4 "i M ,"'d- The Telegraph office will be closed Wolbert said about Warren's apThis To Close Monday paying job with the Waldo Police '
las4aztL, Monday, Sept. 3, for the Labor Day -ch. Department. '
.' I......City Council Most" businesses and public Wade d
't ; \ ,holiday. Is the latest in a series of joined the Waldo force Fri
r. : OfT. H.1I1,.m. \ Any news or advertising material political entanglements Warren has buildings will be closed Monday,Sept. day, bringing the total number of officers .
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that can be brought to the Telegraph been Involved in since June S,when he ,3. in obenervance of Labor Day. : there to five. A replacement j
I Ch.nnM,. d ....-". :. Index, .. bficeThursday Friday.. Aug.30-31, was suspended as mayor by the com Eckerd's end TG&Y wfll be open for ,Wade has not been found by the's /
...."Mooting. for the Sept. 6 edition will be greatly mission for stepping beyond his line of Monday from 9 s-.m. to 6 p m Koch's town of Hampton. !
Gordon- RotHwront Jill TWO SECTIONS appreciated. duty. Drug Store in downtown Starke will The only reason I left was because l

SECTION Al The office will be open for businessas The .office of mayor had been be open from 9 *.m. until business the money was much better here (In ,,'.

V. \, . .Pages A,7AIA.11A usual Tuesday morning. Sept. 4. abolished in a special! election In 1973. slows too much.: Mitchell's Drug Waldo, There are no hard feelings .
Courtesy ot.. i% 'f' Editorial. . .. .. . Page 4A The classified advessUing deadline and a "mayor-commissioner': was to Store on East Call Street in downtown between me and the people of Hamp.
tJACKSlN'S B01LB4MGS8PPLY New ... . Pages 1-JA.JAJ will be extended three hours, until 3 be appointed by the commission and Starke will be open from t a.m. until ton",Wade said. .'
,,'.: Legal a Real Et. . Page 10 A p.m. Tuesday Display advertising act mainly as a figurehead. However noon. All three major grocery stores Wada said Hampton had offered to 1 .
: < I will be accepted. until S p.m.Tuesday, the duties of the mayor-commissioner Food Fair, PiggSy-Wtggly! and Winn- increase his salary when the' new ;i,
I, : Of w SECTION a, as usual. had never been outlined specifically.wlticH Dixie: will also be closed Monday. budget 'came in. but even that "

4 Hwy. 301 S. 9040078.K Sport.... ... ". Page.1-3L35: Society Editor Gladys Mooty will be became a problem when War- All schools and public buildings,the couldn't "even com close to what ; a aEm
c Classlli.ds..P.g.oSObitearla.. receiving news at home Monday. as ren became involved In a police county courthouse city: halls, andpost making now.," .
y.\tpno HUghUHwy usuaL Issue. offices will be closed! for the bollJ Wade.had been the Hamptort: mar..'
tOO And 2t.A .. .. ... Page 48 pity "
-The Editor employee (police officers: day. sbal for four months. : ,
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One Man Junk Bid be Awarded
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Forty-four bidden paid over $6,200 Bradford High cafeteria. A Vulcan school bus. a scraping machine a
for 203 surplus and Junk items sold at double oven, which stood over head tractor transmission and two engines, On Addition :.
auction by Bradford school officials high was finally bought by Green for and many smaller items Ricks was Lawtey
Saturday morning $180 with Green and Ricks bidding easily the top buyer at the auction.
It took about four hours for director back and forth. It was still a bargain; Old record players and typewriterswent 4
of operations turned auctioneer Len- school officials said the double oven for$1 to W most going for under 7
nard Register to auction off the 203 which looked hardly used coat over $3. A stack of old school room maps Tonight: at p.m.
items which included items from $1,000 new. Green also got a gas burn and charts went for 23 cents. A case of .
toilet paper to heavy equipment Hot- ing cooking grill with two burners for toilet paper which had been for sale
test bidding took puce between Lake 135. for three years was sold for $0. l Bidding was close as Music&Worth assuming the section would get
Butler restaurant operator Lyman Ricks paid$890 for scrap iron in old A piano that sounded good when Construction Company of Live Oak carpet It would cost $4,000 to change
Green and Starke salvage operator discarded equipment parked behind bidders tried it out went for$75 to Linda apparently beat out Triest Construction back to carpet, architect Craig SaUey
George Hicks the vo-tech center. He won the bid- Fenniger. who was ecstatic over Company of Keystone Heights. by said in bringing the subject to the
The bidding came on cooking equip. ding on a steam cooker and a deep fat the buy which Register said was one Just $2,000 on a bid to build an school board, he said, as the request
mem'tIo hid came from the remodeled fryer bought a Galleon grader atVi of the best In the auction.A classroom addition to Lawtey of Director Oglesby.
nice looking Allis-Chalmers Elementary School. Approved payment of $121,038 on
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!L .u." .r. I riding lawn mower went brought$350. Triest Construction would be $200 the middle partitions Job
An ancient home-made mower low only if the school board accepts Triest Construction Company.
:: brought $100, the bidders anxious to the third of three deductive alternates Approved payment of $144,908 to ,. get the big four-cylinder with a cast- Included in the bid. Both firms bid Triest for work on the vo-tech Phase 4
: : iron base that sells new over $soo. under the architect's estimate. addition.
..- : .. Assorted chairs, desks, and tables Seven bids were opened the night of Approved four payments totaling
.;>; tar r'f' .' went from SO cents to $1 each. A pileof August 20 In the best bidding seen In $15,695 to architect Craig Salley for
MIM I 1' scrap metal sold for $10. recent years by the school board. work on the Lawtey Elementary addition -
': Saturday's auction beat last year's Estimated price of the new wing at BMS partitions, and vo-tech
.. 'l -:- -f. The items. year Lawtey Elementary was estimated at Phase 4 construction plans.
.. brought in $5,300 for 211 $33 ,500 by architect Craig Sallcy.
j.'" l lj\ '" "You can count on$5-7,000 from the Bids were taken under advisementfor
lilt.....tIII' W. sale," said Register after totaling up evaluation by the school staff.
L ..Iman .::.:.:( the bids. The bid will be awarded at a special v
Bids were rejected on a stack of meeting at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, CrimeReport
metal wall partitions taken from the Aug. 30.)
middle school before its remodelingthis
'.) Green owner of Lyman Green's Bar B.Que Restaurant In Lake Music & Worth is the
Hutlrr. "un"" lull,, hid in a little. u'i..d'ul an double oven for $180. but which $1,000 summer.and didn't get Register it asked for ,r' 1 bidder with a base bid of$329ooo. r

new rmler Jl.iKNi. Hrrrn alto. bought a a gas cooking grill with two gas George Ricks bought delapidated Thesis base bid was$330,674 if a $900
burners end called of the best of the UonrerIt..ltl..l..r. .. .
.at nne one buys day by au looking( medical scale on which a mirror 0"- =- -- correction to his original base bid of

with one corner missing was George Ricks bid list In hand, $331,774 is accepted.
Grern is '..a"inlt.m freezer in center of picture. Auctioneer Register Is at left *
|xiining to a successful bidder resting. Register asked for a bid on carefully looks over assortment of Three deductive alternates were included -
the mirror. Ricks said he thought record players typewriter, and in the bid in case the board ArrestedStarke
he'd bought the mirror when he movie projectors Ricks had to buy found it necessary to trim the bids- Newby
bought the scale, and bidders laid off Iwo projectors for his daughter; he two areas of storage shelving and
the mirror. bqught the wrong one the first time. carpet. It will be decided in the police arrested a 20yearoldman
Two old intercom system base stations A salvage dealer, Kicks was the evaluation if the deducts will be Friday who was connected with
were on sale. Local typewriter biggest buyer of the school sale taken, but Supt. Tom Casey said Mon- several robberies around town.
Earn Your High School Diploma By Taking The repairman Frank Gomes got the first day night that money on the Lawtey Ricky Newby, 915 Crosby St.. was
for $1, but was outbid by Wilbur project is not quite as tight as It was. arrested for burglary and petty theft
Waters owner of Blalock's Meat two machines perhaps could be made If all three deductive alternates are for stealing drink bottles from W. T.
GED Tests Market, who got the second for $3. Into one. accepted by the board Music & Worth Jackson Inc. on Cherry Street.
Gomes later sold his base station to As the saying goes, one man's junkis will be $2,000 under Triest. Newby was also connected with
Waters for the $1, another man's treasure. Triest Is currently building Phase 4 burglaries at Starke Builders Supply,
Applications For The GED Tests Are Being TakenAt of the vo-tech center and is doing the Holiday Inn Gulf Station, Seiber
Hampton to AwardA \1 Vater System Contract middle school walls project. The Goodman Standard Station,Southside

The Bradford-Union Area VocationalTechnicalCenter. contract for the renovation ofHampton's $232,982, and the highest bidder was Keystone firm has done a con Elementary School, Johnson's Feed
siderable amount of work for the Store, and the Old Starke Ice Plant.
water will be Neptune of
Development Corp.
system school and board. He is in the Bradford County Jail on
The Deadline For Is awarded in I special meeting tonight Jacksonville, which bid $240,710.
Applying September Music & Worth built phases 4 and 5 $3,000 bond.
(Thursday, Aug. 30). The renovation will involve a new
of the new Bradford High School but
received three bids with distribution system and the installation .
4,1979. Call 964-6150 For Information. the lowest bidder being Koblar Constructors of a new supply pump. Financing the school buildings board as has finally never complete.acceptedthe
of Gainesville for 150644. for the new system is through a Man Dies
There are items on the final punchlist Crash
Second lowest bidder $167,000 grant and $90,000 loan from
was Chapman
such leaks that the board Is
as ,
Construction of Jacksonville at the Farmers Home Administration.
Examinations are Scheduled As Follows:
waiting on Music & Worth to com-
The sixth traffic in Brad-
plete. M&W'a last job locally was.the fatality
New DanceThe Class Is Starke city hall. ford County occurred Saturday, Aug.
recently completed
September 10 & 11 September 12&13 Square Starting In other action construction 25 when David Lonnie Hamilton, 32,
public Is invited to join a new dancers have" says Club President the boardApproved projects died after his pick-up truck rolled
1:00: P.M. 2:45: P.M. 6:00: P.M. 7:45: P.M. square dance class that is being John Greene.An over twice throwing him from the
organized by the local square dance open house is set Monday Sept. expenditure of $7,904 for vehicle.
3:00: P.M. 4:45: P.M 8:00: P.M. 9:45: P.M. club the Strawberry Swingers 17, at 8 p.m. at the new National two concrete enclose transformer Hamilton of Lawtey, was driving a
Guard Armory on Edwards Road. vault at the vo-tech site. A steel reinforced 1973 Chevy pick-up when he rounded a
6:00: P.M. 7:45: P.M. September 14 The Strawberry Swingers will Anyone Interested is invited to attend top on each was approved to corner on Crawford Road too fast and
dance at McDonald's next Thursday the open house at which Caller Gil keep students from possibly sticking lost control of the vehicle. He was
8:00: P.M. 9:30: P.M. 9:00: A.M. 10:30: A.M. night. Sept. 6, from 7:30-10: p.m. Crosby will start everyone out square a long object inside and touching the taken to Bradford County Hospitalbut
"Come and see how much fun square dancing. Classes are set each Mon- transformer, in which case the student was dead on arrival. He was the
day night following Sept. 17. could be electrocuted. sole occupant of the truck.
-Passed any action on restoring Hamilton worked as a correctional
SAVINGS FROM '40.00 TO 100.00 ON EACH S =T carpet to a section of the vo-tech officer at Lawtey Correctional Institute
Phase 4 construction. The carpet was and is survived by his wife,
. ''I'D '1/\11 'fA... cut from the project' nh vinyi'tile1substituted Novephe HamiWoru.two. ands
.. ..fI1I ., .. ......zl _..- t5. However tnei : daughter Survivors also Include his
"'ire '-' ..... lateripr'desfgnel'.mljaed mother, AlleeoZo-Hamilt&niandAll;!:
change.and. .
J "$& .cox JJgE x' : -" ;a tech director Ted Oglesby has been brothers and sisters.
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by Haile Funeral Home.
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s t&ffySALE : i; todayA 22-year-old laborer is in the Brad-
r-'tC-.r-' '''. ford County Jail on $2,000 bond after
...',-'OII-: I /' his arrest on Aug. 27 by the sheriff's
..' 7' p, Calvin Martin Jr. of 1324 Charles
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." August, If 7. TELEOHAPH PPeM

2,451 oters Registered, Candidates Busy Workine'For, Se t. 11 City'Election I' '


With 2.451 voters registered for eviryone had their own rule to play a woman were on the commission. run my department the best way I also trying to campaign door-to-door. Mid he'd get to that when elected. I;
Starke's upcoming Sept 11 election b,& Thjs election has me hung up on She said she would be more available know how; he said,adding his record Eunice said he's confident: he'll win A record-holder for incumbency, '
Just around the corner, political third base" Warren said. than other commissioners because speaks for itself. because people know he's qualifiedand City Clerk Merrill Edwards will run i
posters* and walking candidates have Warren also said he believed the she Is a housewife. Former police officer Jimmy Eppa he's "sincere about the lob." for his 11th term once again unoppos 1
become a common light around town. people of Starke will be "ripped off "I truly want this Job," Peterson was the lint to qualify to run against Eunice was a police officer for six ed.Edwards
Up for re-election this year are two unless the facts are explored and put said when asked if she were confident Bowen for the chief or police, Eppe, a years before quitting for personal was Just suspended by 1 l
commission seats Groups 2 and 4,the to the people to vote on." about winning. retired Intelligence offfcer In the U.S. reasons. Warren Tuesday afternoon and
chief of police and city clerk. Group Vying for Warren's position on the Another candidate who feels there Air Force, now works as assistant He said he will Increase trainingand reinstated by the commission the :
has two contender., Incumbent commission la Charles Schaefer, who should be equal representation is purchasing agent for the city. require all policemen to take same day. Edwards: said his, past
Mayor-Commiuioner Joseph Warren was defeated in '78 by Ted Oglesby. George Holiday Jr. Holiday qualifiedat A "poor people's person" Epps refresher courses offered at Santa Fe record Is his campaign platform.
and former commissioner Charles Schaefer served on the commissionfor the last minute and explained\ It by said he hasn't been campaigning with Community College In Ganesville. As "The election day will be Just II.
Schaefer. Three candidates vying six years and was mayor from saying he wasn't sure he wanted to do big signs and posters'because he can't for administrative changes, Eunice another long day," Edwards said.
for the position: George Holiday 197476. afford It.
Jr., Mary Ellen Peterson, both said he Is not promising it."I felt we needed a more unified If elected, Epps said he will end
first-time candidates. and incumbent anything, but is listening to the peo government and for that, we must high-speed chases, revamp administrative Santa Fe Community College (SFCC)

Vernon Silcox. ple."I've take part In our government. After a policies and provide a Announces ".'
Incumbent police chief Jimmy always! listened to the people great deal of praying, I decided It,was secure system for the disposal and
Bowen is also up against two first- and have tried to get things done for time that 1 take part In our government storage of contraband-all at no extra "RELIGION IN AM ERICA"
time candidates, Jimmy Eppe and them," Schaefer said. ," Holiday said. expense taxpayers..
Julius Eunice. Opposed to the four-year terms for Holiday a black building contractor "I have no doubt In my mind thaj (Audit or Credit)
Veteran City Clerk Merrill Edwards commissioners, appointive city positions says he isn't making an issue of I'll win," Ep .
will once again run unopposed. and a full-time mayor elected by his color and added he had no complaints Another former policeman: and 44 A NEW DAYTIME CUSS" (
for his 11th term. the people,Schaefer said he will work about Starke's government, election newcomer Julius D. EW\lcel
Warren, who has been embroiled in for changes in the city charter if but felt there needs to be a more Is making his bid for the chief of Taught by: Dr. McFadden
several political fracases; said he elected. balanced representation.Incumbent police post with the help of large signs Begins Sept. 10
And he Is confident: of a win, commissioner Silcox and several
didn't even really want to run for predic- posters around town. .
commissioner but because some ting a 3-1 victory over Warren. has served on the commission since: Eunice, a collections supervisor at Mon Frt 1:48.11I.103.00: p... At Bradford High School
policemen's Jobs were at stake, he Schaefer said he will also work for 1971. He la the only remaining commissioner Community State Bank, said he Is Call SFCC 8t.,... Canltr' se4,8382
decided to run "for them." more federal grant monies. During still serving since the 1973
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Warren's main contention with the grants for public works were issued, elected by the people. 7
city government is the outdated and several roads were paved, and he Silcox's campaign platform, has 9.645% Certificate Deposits
antiquated city charter. He feels the chaired the building committee which been his past record. He said be has _
entire charter, which has stood since approved the new city hall construction. : "treated people right and hopefully 30 To 89 Days 5%
Paid On B Month
19S3, should be revamped. Warren they'll remember that come election Money
also feels there has been too much nit Tossing her hat in the ring for the time." Market Certificates Auo. 30 90 Days tot Yr.- 5%%
picking going on and wants to unify first time, hopeful Mary Ellen Peter Another incumbent. Police Chief Thru
Sept. 6 10.000 Mln
the city government, "bury the hatchet son for Group 4, said she decided to Jimmy Bowen, has been campaigning J Yr To 30 Mo.6%
with the police department and run because the commission needed aladv. hard; going from door to door, Investment 30 Mo.To4Yra.-
city clerk and get on with city "just talking with the people, asking
business." "I truly believe the public needs them to vote for me again." They Are Subject To 61% %

"Everyone has told me to hang in equal representation the Bowen, chief since 1972, said the Penalties. Money 4 yrs. 7.7%.
there and play ball..I did and you saw housewife and mother of three people's response to his door-to-door
what happened, I was removed from daughters. solicitation has been "very good." Withdrawn Before, 'as s boo
Mayor, then I managed to steal first Peterson also feels more people "I don't promise them anything Maturity Draws
and second base in court because would attend commission meetings If because that wouldn't be right...I'11 Regular + rate

Passbook : 01

I Five Trials Set Week of Sept. 10 Interest 90 Rate Days Lesst, PayaolaOuartarly 70

Five cases are set for trial the weekof first degree, Involving a Thanksgiving also carrying a concealed weapon 'was iSitrt
placed on the pretrial intervention -
Sept. 10 in Circuit Court here. Day 1978 murder inside a prison. .
Randall Moore, 19, of Hampton will Jerome Carroll, charged with aggravated Richard program.Lee Underwood, chargedwith I ,
be tried on a charge of criminal battery with a deadly
an involving death or
mischief. Moore Is accused and possession of a
of weapon weaponby ------- --
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personal Injuries, and leaving the
a state prisoner.Thomas .
air-conditioner the
destroying an at
Hodges, charged with battery scene of an accident, was placed on
Hampton Handy Way Store DEALERS
the Sept. 4 change of plea docket. FARMERS &
Lloyd Aldridge Jr., 26, of Starke of a law officer. Darrell Marc Gillett, Drive .In Hours Walk-In Bank Hra.
will be tried for shooting into an occupied -Harry Mungin, charged with aggravated substance For Convenience
vehicle: and aggravated battery with a deadly possession also of a controlled the 8A N K. gOO: .m. To 2 p.m.
was placed on change of plea
assault. Aldridge is charged with weapon, and possession of a weaponby docket for Sept. 4. 7:15: a.m. To 4:00: p,m. Molt Thurs Mon Thurs
shooting into a car occupied by a state prisoner.
Pearlie Mae Aldridge and John Birch. -Robert Leroy Einslg, possession of Chris Charles Goodman, charged 7:15: a.m. To 0.00: pm. Friday Ol laka Butter 0.00: To 2:00: p.m.
with burglary of a dwelling, grant
controlled substance. has W Main a.
Albert Parrish of the Red a
owner theft, and grand theft of a firearm, Closed Sat 4:00: p.m. To 6.00: p.m. Fri.
the Reno section of Starke John Willie McQueen, charged
Honey in 406-2101 Member FDIC
was placed on the Sept. 4 change of Closed
will go on trial for permitting gambling with battery of a law enforcement of. plea docket. Sat.Labar .
In a place under one's control,and ficer.
maintaining a house for the purposeof Ronald Griffis charged with grand
gambling. theft, won't be tried if Griffis makes

Parrish and Tony L. Baxter are restitution. ,
also charged with possession of stolen Troy Rayfarrel King, charged with
motor vehicles, dealing in stolen pro- possession of a short barrelled r .
perty,and buying,receiving or aiding shotgun' Is expected' to .change, his'" Da Don't Suffer The
In concealment of stolen property but plea to gull'.lIext week.:
that case'har'been:continued woei -Lucille Green Copeqhaver,'charged' \. 'tI. .... "
tober 29. The case involves an auto With battery of a law enforcement officer iMSber Heat
was placed on the pretrial In-
theft ring which operated in the cities
of Miami Jacksonville, Starke, and tervention program. That program Is
Lake Butler,according to the state at only for first offenders, and is much Special.I

torney's office. like through probation.the probationary If the defendant period gets, WHIRLPOOL SE OUT

George Robert Mull of Melrose will usually six months, the case is drop- $ 95

be tried for manslaughter homicideand ped. If a new charge occurs duringthe 5,000 BTU _._..__._.____i!Reg min 229"i in._.>__? 199
vehicular homicide. The charges probationary period, the defen-
result from a wreck in Bradford dant Is prosecuted on both the originaland 10.000BTU 115V !9.$34995:
County near Melrose in which a new charge
woman, Dorothy Lewis, was killed. Floyd Schackelford charged with .39995
Timothy Wayne Kirchaine of 18,000 BTU 230V.._.._..Reg.,!. :... 459Reg .
Hampton will be tried for burglary ofa

theft structure grand and theft Intent, and to criminalmisciief. commit Hampton ElectionOn Grill Sale 21,000 BTU 230V. $53995

The case involves burglary 589 95
of the Zippy Mart convenience store AgainThe 25,000 BTU 230V_.._ Reg.679M. ? ?-.!
at US-301 and SR-18 south of Starke.
The state has dropped charges of Jacuzzie
possession of a weapon by a state Sept. 11 Hampton election
prisoner and aggravated battery which was called off at the regular %_ l/ j
against inmate Melvin McKenzie.' A council meeting Aug. 14 has been.called Charmglow 1,
main witness Is now out of prison and back on.Attorney.
living in Miami and refuses to give Reggie Flynn explained i::
testimony in the case. that he and Elections: SupervisorNeva Arkla Number 1 Air; Conditioning, ; ; Maker i
A St.Augustine couple, Belvin Gene Flynn researched the legality of
and Barbara VirginiaDougherty the matter and decided the election ,
Young, 17,were sentenced had to be held. Room AirConditioners :"
after pleading guilty to the burglaryof Ted Curtis, who had been acting $ Afl95 '
a home in Keystone Oaks. Belvin mayor and then appointed mayor at ,
Gene Young was sentenced to five the meeting, will remain acting "
year's probation on the condition he mayor and chairman of the council.No From -
serve two years In prison. Ms. Youngwas one has qualified to run for the & .
placed on probation for three position of mayor.Incumbents ,
years. Wilton Hart Lola .. '
The following cases were continueduntil Williamson and Chuck Rowland will -- >
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Business-Political LeaderFor
Dr. Gaskins
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years The Telegraph. has ., ,':.. .:.::
\ ..- sought more Information on Dr. \I''f, ..i ,
L. Gaskins prominent 1'.I, r'' W : .,
politician, first Mayor of ;j'k1 k'f.' ...' )7A:..j aG'' ,
Speaker of the House of 1 )J/ .. .
Can Be Fatal tatives at severe sessions ... :..1 y-. t
Florida Legislature In the t ... 'I .
90s. ; ;; '. '. >

She is a very spunky lady fortunately- Carter's number was the only one that Although thereare 14 Gaskins ;\ : ,

otherwise Inez Crosby, 73, might be dead of a answered, with the exception of the Jail Ins telephone seemed directory to ,know none \ : .; ,

heart attack, or at the hands of two prison Inmates direct questioned relationship with Dr. .

who held her hostage for two hours, dur- Both Massey and Dave Brierton, superintendent and did not have information .p

ing which time she was "....tremblin and pray of FSP, said their institution would be gladto would throw light on his early

ing, and doin' exactly what they told me./ call as many as ten numbers if that is what By lucky chance: encounfer S 5,

the people of the area want, and if the names man doing some research on
The ordeal which Mrs. Crosby sweated out, and phone numbers are provided to the prisons. Florida physicians at the

with more composure than most women would Florida History in '
have shown, may have been prevented if the Both superintendents discounted the value of were referred to 4e, a
round-robin telephone system devised to alert blowing a whistle as a signal at the time of an Florida" by Rowland II. r

the prison neighborhood in time of inmate escape. Brierton said that FSP does not have a Association published by In the 1902 Southern and there,

escapes had worked. But it didn't. whistle to blow and Massey said the whistle at on page 547, was a
UCI would be I Ineffective due to the distances biographical sketch of Dr. .

Some blame the ineffectiveness of the systemon involved and the adverse wind factor. lie said a rare and gratifying find after
whistle even if powerful enough to be heard than 40 years of going up blind !
the apathy of those called by the prison whenan ,
escape occurs. These, in turn, are would have the adverse effect of unduly exciting Here la the biography of i

"supposed" to call others in a kind of chain and causing restlessness among the in- fluential, energetic man, as
mates of the institution concerned. In "Memoirs of Florida":
reaction that, like Paul Revere, should alert

every homestead in the area. John L. Gaskins, M.D.,
Both superintendents said they would be will- Starke, Fla., was born In

In regard to the statement that only one per- ing to meet with a group of persons from the county, September 4, 1852.

son is called by the prison when an escape occurs area in an attempt to improve the warning parents Elizabeth were(Roberts Jordan) Gaskins Lacey

Raymond Massey, superintendent of UCI, system at any time, upon request.In natives of Ge rgla. His father Catkin Presiding Over house I
says that the prison's control room has a list of 1855. leaving a large fortune In
the meanwhile, Mrs. Crosby, even thoughnot stock and slaves, sufficient if
numbers that called at such time
are a : visibly shaken, says' "I sure hope no one ly managed to insure an appointed commis- hardly worth a dollar, and In 1893 he<
The Bradford County Jail, Andy Dennon at ever has to go through something like this support for aU his family during the Paris exposition was the largest tax-payer in Bradford
Radio Station WPXE, the Handiway store on again." natural lives. But riches easily of the county. His great success was attributed -
Highway 16 at the prison gate, George Grant, wing and fly away. The civil regular session in to his indomitable pluck
and Morris Jr. residents of the We hope so, too. camejind its track of Gaskins was elected energy and ability, both ofaflnancial I
Carters ruin swept by acclamation: and political character, but above all
populated area adjoining the prison. Massey The next person might just not make it. magnificent Southern away estates vote both of to the faithful discharge of every
said that all numbers called and that Republicans. He was On
were cluding the fine fortune of the public and private duty.
family. When the four terrible house In 1891 and November 20, 1878, he was married to,
were over but little was left prominently men- Fannie G. Darby, whose father was
and young Gaskins saw for governor, from Ireland and her mother from
I Hitting the Bull's Eye? he property must make his own way the race. Some South Carolina. They have two sons,
world without the aid of of Dr. Gaskins the eldest of whom, John D. Gaskins
wealth or rich relations. To his reclamation of the attended the University of Virginia,
less could be invested in firing be it said that he faced the to Lakes Samp and Is a student of medicine at Columbia
This manual on hitting the target of Surely, money manfully and resolutely Rowell!, and in June, University, and Percy L is a student -
unemployment could be straight from the at the problem of under-employment and still to carve out his own fortune. It president of the at Princeton college. The death
federal files, rather than our imagination.The help those who desire to improve themselves. entirely through his own efforts company, whose of Dr. Gaskins occurred very suddenly -
he secured: an education. He to be a very pro August 25, 1898. While taking an
philosophy used in upgrading employ- Detractors, from Sen. Lawton Chiles on through the common schools of During the outing with his two sons in a new
influence in the
ford and later attended pleasure boat they had constructedand
down will tell local governments are using county
ment skills through the CETA and other youth you Lake Butler academy. From an Gaskins was in- were trying on the Kingsley Lake,
employment programs was probably writtenby CETA 'to fill permanent jobs. "The federal age it had been his passage of a bill near Starke, he was attacked with
the same bureaucrat that outlined the government is operating on a deficit now. become a physician and as soon of land valued heart failure, lost his balance and fell
shooting guide for the blind rifleman. Local governments are using federal funds to could he commenced: the the railroad in- in the water, dying before assistance
the of
pay employees which the local governments medicine. He kept this up for counties could be rendered. Thus ended the
five and was Jefferson<<; Colum- useful life and brilliant career of a
The theory behind that guide allows that by themselves, should pay, Sen. Chiles said on a graduated years with the highest Leon, also the city grand and noble man. The event casta :

firing enough rounds at the target, a marksmanwill recent visit here. a class of several hundred at the This bill, which was gloom over the State, for Dr.
hit the bull's eye. tenon medical college measure of State Gaskins was widely known and
Some 80 CETA positions were applied for in Philadelphia. He was a wide area of universally respected. His memory '
offer of chair in the was passed in 1883 will long be cherished: and his
by the a
And would that the this county, and 90 percent of them apparentlywill of the and
no one argue employmentskills this institution, but declined. ability character will be pointed to as a typeof
of many workers and income of many be funded. Lawtey, for instance, has two Gaskins had a preference for Dr. Gaskins. That the best citizenship in all the walks
families has been increased(! by CETA. CETA paid policemen. Would Lawtey have surgical branch of his profession was financially of life.Denlofra3.
three police officers if the town had to pay them a natural aptitude in that line. It

However, the amount of money being "firedat from local sources? The county commissionwas this inclination that caused Dra Quality
concerned that in take a course: of study with a ; y
the target" is staggering. its'CFTA employee thesign IIForDilegate 11
view to service 'in the United Agents
*.. shop'was not among thoSe"chosen'in the
c navy.: He subsequently got an Spots
In Bradford County during the coming year, priority listing. Will the county pick up this ment in the navy, but

the CETA program pumps in $300,000 and youth man's salary or will it find other employeeswho over which he had no Qualifying forms for the use of per- .,
employment programs will invest $296,000 can fill in at the sign shop in bad weatheror prevented him from serving. Fbi.'J' sons wishing to become delegates to'

more, a total of $596,000.Our when signs become a priority need? away began from the practice this ambition of his Dr. t be the State held Democratic in St. Petersburg Convention in to

his native county. In the course: J November available
are now accor-
county deserves to be aided by the How many CETA jobs would there be if local duties he performed a ., ding to Mrs. Lucile Green, chairmanof
federal government as much as any other. We county and city governments had to pay the surgical operations at Starke, the Bradford County Democratic
salaries from local taxes? attracted the attention of the Executive Committee.
have property
an unusually beautiful place to live in, sion and the general public.

quiet surroundings with mostly fine folks. he had a genius for other Any registered Democrat in Bradford -
Of course, CETA and youth employment programs besides medicine and was County is eligible to compete in I

However, we are the forty-fifth county in are just a few of the ways in which the fond of epxerlmenting the delegate selection process which
I to discuss
Florida in population.And federal government gets the pork barrel open.It machinery. While his mind was going will conclude at a caucus to be held on
ed in this direction Dr. Gaskins plant diseases October 13, when delegates will be
would take several months to
probably sawmill a large sash door and the fall vegetable elected by secret ballot. Mrs. Green
if we, with our miniscule political clout, survey the various ways in which federal factor, and a cottom gin and plant viruses, emphasized that all registered
get over half a million in federal employmentfunds monies come into the county. necessary appurtenances. He seem .to be Democrats-not 'just committee
the cash flow to Florida alone must be charge of the businss and brought area, usually mild members-are eligible for election.
These do but the front as one of the largest organisms are un The county committee will pay the ex-
some they are
tremendous programs ,
to say nothing of the entire nation. kind to be found in the but when penses of delegates up to $100 each.
highly inflationary. Some, even much, of the. Everything was promising the garden they can

And from whence cometh the Invested aid is justified. results until June. 1898 when or even destroy the Qualifying papers are available
dollars? tire plant with all its costly hard to grow. No upon request at the office of the Bradford -

However, government, even the Federal was destroyed by fire. Dr. is. Instead enough to County Telegraph. Committee
From those who believe in government which can print money, cannot had quite a distinguished with members wishing to run must also fill
working people many
career: and held many offices of out and submit this form and return it
the free enterprise system and work to keep continue indefinitely to live beyond its income. and trust. He served as to the Democratic Committee by Sp.m. ,
private businesses healthy.And If we want to survive as a free nation there is no the school board of Bradford garden with September 28 in order to be cer- '
choice but to control our finances. Inflation is for four years; as member of the your fungicide. Seed lifted. ,

how long will the government be allowedto our worst enemy, by far. of council: Starke for for four five years years.; and In 1876 as he the seed and the ,

dole it out? first elected to the State decay caused by Shake the packet well so the material ,
Those who look only at the good the programsdo and that was the beginning of a is recommend- gets on every seed. It's probably'
soil in
As long as the federal money printers can circulate are shortsighted. CETA positions may appear and useful service in that body. you a should fumigant consider good idea to treat seeds just before
the greenbacks.And to be a free gift from the federal govern- second election .member. of don't fumigate. planting. Whatever you do. never use i
house occurred In 1882. treated seed as food or animal teed.. '
ment but in the end it is local taxpayers all over and
represented the Fifteenth always keep it from
.' seed can away
how long will the greenbacks be good? the country who end up footing the bill. district In the State senate from is often you treated children.We .

to 1888. After his senatorial term but some seed sold know that some plants are. .,.r .
Only as long as business survives the increas- Just how long can the local taxpayer be expected Power In 1888 he was re-elected to is untreated. One started from transplants and healthy, ,
ing squeeze of inflation brought on mostly to go on? Do we really need all the programs house and this was seed has been disease-free transplants are just as
continuous reelections in
: 1890 Most fungicide important as disease free seed. Only ;
all the services have ? It all
the federal government spending more than it we now 1892. At the extra session of have a brightly buy transplants which look vigorous ,
takes in. costs money. legislature in February, 1889. If your seeds are and well-cared for. <,
Gaskins was elected speaker of purple or green! You might reduce disease and "
house of representatives. In already been nematode problems by crop rota- '1
I Letters To The EditorBKADFAtfr'a clde. It will pro- tion... alternating crops planted on a f.
for you to go out of given site within the garden or mov- j
Never in six decades have the treated seed. But. if ing the garden to a new spot each '
'Uaou. County at 86.3% for 1979 shows 46 the country. It is patriotic: to support ,c Union or Communist China hasn't been! treated year. Afaln. if you don't fumigate "r
t>ar IK juorjuutvDear other counties below independence to a : 80% him insofar as he efficiently serves once fungicide material your by itself can :
Editor the country.. It is unpatriotic not to oppose been enslaved under Communist yourself. be as effective in controlling diseases
: Finally, Bradford County's tax roll him to the exact extent that by ,perialism. Over a billion persons and nematodes as soil fumigation. "
I wish to take this pportaMfy to is not in jeopardy of being rejected by Inefficiency or otherwise he fails in now under Communism against a list of hard-to- You can prevent significant' ;:.1
make three brief poinU. First r a my the Department of Revenue. The his duty to stand by the country. In will. People by the thousands ( names...just ask damage by some diseases on some
belief that updating a tax roil does not Governor Cabinet and Department of either event It Is unpatriotic not to tell ing murdered as they try to center for some vegetables by planting resistant
necessarily mean increasing taxpayers' Revenue save recently shown uncertainty : the truth whether about the President. from the captive: nations. varieties. Of course no variety is 100 ","
as to what level should be usedto per cent resistant to all the disease
assessroenU each year. As a or anyone else, save in the rare cases: of Untreated
Telegraph editorial of two weeks ago determine a tax roll's acceptance where this would make known to the The Soviets do not keep It a problems likely to occur in your
material It
of the
Whatever standard Is required that they intend to rule : as garden but disease
pointed out. the majority of values in or rejection. enemy Information of military value resistant
Bradford County have not been Increased to assure acceptance: : of our tax which would otherwise be unknown to fact. Communist leaders are one or two match- vegetable varieties are worth asking.
roll will be met. But I will argue dent of final victory for packet..close the for at garden
: for the past few years but him." How can the President expect your center, especially, i
that before assessments in Leninism on 4 global scale as it in a plastic bag. if don't ,.
this is not to say that the tax roll has strongly unity when he possesses so very little you fumigate your soil. <
been each Our Bradford County are Increased: other he Imperialism is on the
not updated : year. tax of that which says Is so badly need- I
roll has increased: from a taxable counties: must also take action to meet ed patriotism? throughout the world, :
value of $131 million in ins! to f ISO the same standard. disregarding human and &RAO.OH coo
million in 1979. In 1978 our tax roll Jimmy Alvarez If the President's harassment of anticommunist tights
listed 8709 separate parcels of real Property Appraiser governments continues, President Carter : 4
I property and for 1979 there are 9577 Bradford County Carter will soon run out of countries: "Human rights is the goal of (!tiligr p4 i
listed. The suggestion that present In Asia and Africa to hand over to the foreign policy So he hugs
PEOPLE FORGET tells South Korea
Soviets. now
j 'r tax rolls are copies of previous ones China's of the Chinese
of Communist
has no factual foundation. that suppression
Dear Editor: munist leaders Involved in
subversion Is an attack on human estimated 60 million murders. i BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER

I Secondly, levels of assessment Inmost After several weeks of silence: rights. This is giving encouragementto kisses Brezhnev, head of a Publishers
c' other counties are just now President Carter emerged and stress the revolutionary agitators in South butchers: who have killed .& ', -
Ii beginning to come In line with Bradford ed that there is a need for unity and Korea the same sort of which President millions of their own people each Thursday and entered as second Class Mat- ,
County. In 1976 when Bradford patriotism in our nation. Patriotism Carter gave to the Communistsin refuses to speak to Ian Smith Post Office at Starke Fla,. under Act of March 3,
t : County's level assessment was projected wan defined by Theodore Roosevelt as Iran Rodesla. and Nicaragua. Prime Minister Abel Miuorewa. r.
at 97%, 34 other counties: were follows: "Patriotism means to stand honorable Godly men. -"
below 85%. That was an unfair situation by the country. It does not mean to People forget what has happened In are may smile, and smile, and ,. rote in trade area $9 Per Year; $5 Six Months
I, and our local school system is stand by the President other lust 60 years since the Bolshevik villain.-Shakespeare. area: $10 Per Year; $5.50! Six Months.
; I of the advene effect that these or any Revolution In Russia. The enslavement
aware public official save exactly to the Paul I.
Even the : of over 39 nations by Communism Stark. FloridaiIiif
l differences can cause. now. degree la which be himself stands by has been accomplished. Hampton.
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Final Set ':" '

i! '. Hearing V,VYS. ..: with EUNICE
'$" J1ITY

For County' 'Taxes ; -.

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1 The second and "CPA relief bill" which Imposes on C'-' i..N..AL.t..Ni* liqt
publl>;bearing o&the Bradford the county the responsibility to .
I" EUICE. ty ComralMloirVeiight .223 mill property employ a private certified public accountant tam: Enforcement program .'.,
tax Increase was scheduled to audit county books.
Wednesday night, Aug.29,at 8 p.m. In The "CPA relief bill came about \ ; :. ,
I the commission meeting room In the.. .when state auditor toe EUelUlOnaQed ,slits is to Cmifg; that
I courthouse. the legislature 90-plus additional -
A resolution prepared for the tax In-' accountants to work In his JUtlOS D. MICE
crease passage in the $2.9 million department. The legislature refused.
budget'fQC.4979-40: was to be adopted Ellenson reacted by notifying coun- ......rl.M..A..r \ ,
It's Time Wednesday night. by. the county com- ties his office will no longer be able to 6 MM MMTwaTtt nntwn I
mission. ; -- i" audit county book. ,
The Increase or 22cents : "Mr Ellenson must be A powerfulman r.b.wgntlfiralr ;'
per $1,000 ofaassessed property ," said Chairman. Carter.He ..,' .. '
value, or it will coat'theowner of a works for the legislature) Commissioner Y.RN -rLw..w.w..l. I
And 1 (30,000 home just 16.89 In additional Hodges pointed( out. rY Nth
r property taxes. It Is the moat the There Is some question whether It is
/county commission! can increase constitutional for the state?to. forgo ....
taxes under Guv. Bob Graham's five auditing the county books,.uTcoun- -
percent revenue Increase limit placedon ty attorney Dudley Hardy.'.1'b.ew Attorney -
You county commissions for 1879-80. pointed out Florida statutes'do
The tax Increase will push the coun- require funding of state mandated
ty commission's total levy to 7.. programs. _cZ4.._. STATE OF HLORIDAITANDAkDI
mills, up from the present 7.6158 mule CPA Pat Farnsworth, who assisted w_ rouca COUNCILSTATE tdtmnuil
Only four persona showed up at the Clerk Gib Brown in preparing the
Know the first public bearing Aug. IS on the budget,pointed out that locally raised
tax increase. .' funds comprise only 45 percent of' the (I)
Just the same, the board took an revenue in the budget. The other 55 "
hour and a half to again explain the percent Is state and federal funds. ..
trap in which the county Is caught You can see what our taxes wouldbe on doles axfittrStttllbaraa aJ1b trahtut$
If Julius Eunice with the state legislature delegating if revenue sharing was cut out," ....._... .
more and more responsibility to the Commissioner E-.W. Hodges stated. '!4 "" 'i r
but 'r "If the keeps the five O+difict. of G aplblna ,
county neglecting as required bylaw governor percent .. ,
... ,. .,' to pass on funds to finance the (tax Increase) cap on next year ..
programs.Present. you'll see a lot of counties looking for r- JULIUS D. Mia
.. "' "'., ," {,*I" ., for the Aug. IS hearingwere other sources of revenue" Hodges. ,4"; .
Mr. and Mrs Bill Haas, JamesA. pointed out.Farnsworth. r...../oIIlW'" -.-- .....
a.wp.f..... riI .
A Personal Message .Toole and Charles McKlnney plus also pointed out that ..__. c,.... -

... o' unpaid county fire chief Harry Green. projecting revenue is a risky and or. !: A--
f Some $435,000 In reserve or car uncertain business. Accepted procedure
To The.Voters Of Starke ryover funds were used to balance the is to come within five percent --- Q-
1979-80 budget.Jeaving the commis Farnsworth said then pointed out .NAr. 12. 1971 1214
sion just $100,000 In reserve funds. that the $100,000 reserve fund proJected -
That means the board will have no for this budget Is just three per.
large amount of reserve funds to cent.
As You.Ohief. balance the budget next year. New "I think people are satisfied or 6
revenue 'must be generated or deep there'd be more people here," said
I' cuts made into the current spending Bill Haas. Or IRARIDAf A
level to balance next year's budget, .Charles McKinney said he'd read ? ? fOLIC* ITANIMIM COUNCIL --..--
the commission has repeatedly warned the commission Is considering a one-
>11. Police cent gasoline tax to Increase revenue.
.: Explaining that situation to the Commissioner Dave Shuford explained (I)
'I, sparse crowd present. Chairman the county needs some method of
: Maxie Carter said the board is askingto financing road maintenance and Improvements ,"
r I'll Understand Starke People Best raise taxes as much as possible this that tourists who also Council on Notice dWittr fctaifcarttf anb tTrainfniiMn
year to generate as much revenue as use the roads would help pay a gas
.. possible for the deficit budget."In tax,and that such a tax would have to '
v other words, we raised it all we be approved by the people in a vote.It J Carter: Dctetopmrnt! CrrtifiiaUsVuwrttKon : "
Because I Am From Starke could raise it," the chairman explain is his opinion that a referendumon ",- ."
,i a tax for the volunteer fire depart-- '; QTratranaInlbu : .7
;.. ed.Haas said it is his understandingthat ments would fail. Chief Harry Green I' ,
'J. the state has passed a good many said. JULIUS O. Eutlct:
I'll UnderstandOur programs down to the county level It's the same old story! Commissioner *......t-.-..a.-lto..._
with no funding authority. Shuford pointed out- 01 ___
"That's a lot of our problem," "People want all these services but
Carter answered. they don't want to pay for them. > LTOctau .rw ...fJ.Ar.
Problems And "That's the biggest majority of it," When they call they expect to see a / 541424Q
interjected Commissioner E.W. deputy driving up when they walk out 17. 1971 _
,,,} Hodges. the door. All that costs money. Q QQQQQ
Commissioner Dave Shuford, say. "One thing you can all be assured "
Our Needs And I Plan Ing he knows everybody is tired it of.v Shuford stressed "is that next n 1
hearing it, again pointed to the 112 year there will be programs cut: or our
miles of former state,roads the state taxes raised, '.. '
Department 'pf, Transportation pas ''And I don't believe l ; we can raise .'. : l \
.ihH'O' Do'Something i vfamta ".I;. turiMdhack, .fc th Shuford also pointed to the so-called pro dins:
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I Plan To Work With __ _r.t..1.h'J1ItL&.u&a.. ._ --
...... Mental .Health BoardNew .._..muib

,. City .1 Iutl.p.11.
i7 I. ,...M..n.,wr..Y a.L..r.r. l r ..M r..IN.
The Citizens Of Starke officers of the District III Men- the district board to assure that the _
tal Health Board, Inc. have been an- citizens" tax dollars used to assist in s.r.h b..dr.I.wY..4.1W .i.Yw,.. .
nounced by Jerry McGriff of Starke the provision of these services are
.*: The City Council And Mayor BHS science instructor appointed by spent in the most efficient manner. .n. I
the County Commission to represent The district board is comprised of
and provide a voice for the citizens of citizens who volunteer their time to
The City Clark Bradford County. make decisions based In part on ... .L.l$ e.
New district officers are President knowledge of their own counties,"
Caroline H. Coleman of Alachua said McGrlff when asked how local
'* The Sheriff's Dept. County,. President-Elect Terry W. citizens'participate in the planning
Jackson of Lake County, Secretary- and Implementation of mental health
Treasurer Robert S. Bubb of Hernan- and alcoholism services."In Sr/rDo
*, The State Attorneys..Off ioa do County and Director-at-Large Linda addition public hearings are 1 \,
Mills of Layfayette County. held at least once a year when If :
The district board contracts for the everyone Is encouraged to attend and
delivery of mental health and express their opinions concerning

And Last But,. Not Least, To Bring You alcoholism services which In this area needs and services In their local com '
is '
are provided through the Bradford- munity. Of course anyone : :
Union Guidance Clinic located at 321 welcome to call me or staff of the -o tAd: ;
West Madison Street in Starke. The district board at 378-2905 in ." 1 .
Fellow Police Officers Unity district board Is responsible for planning Gainesville with suggestions, con- Barinbt Emil .

My ,monitoring,evaluating and funding cerns, complaints: or inquiries regar- 11M.mI.1.... .}._..aaq pro1Y,1 to;'-111'.1.."q.tan I
the mental health and ding mental health or alcoholism services
alcoholism services within a and all board and committee L....,_of Jl..+..r.toaNawlwg.gwI.tin..fII4' llwbN.ga14.4N. '

: And A Fine Police Dept. 16-county area. meetings are open to the general .Ie q.Am..ww Y ql. .
The Bradford County Commissionhas public.
a $1,163 contract for 1979-80 with

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You Can Be Proud Of .
Two RMC Inmates Still At Large J.
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Two i Inmates from the Receptionand BrevardCounty. Etheridge was serving -
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H .: Medical Center M Lake Butler two five-year concurrent
'. ';*-'M' ,,"1 escaped Monday afternoon around 2 sentences for attempted burglary and j
'. .' '>. k.I, I ",_. p.m, in a 1972 white fourdoorPlymouth. possession of burglary tools In
.. '''':'RememberYour They are still at large. Pinellas County. wr.n \1N .'
..d. .." .,, .f-, : ,, ... Ronnie Scarborough, 35, and JamesE.
: ', ': :;"' .. Etheridge, also 35, were minimum :\
security Inmates assigned to the '
On 1 11 1th For motor pool. RMC Supervisor Jim 0'r: \
Vote Sept Godwin said It's believed the men
headed toward SR-121 abandoned the ,
car and hitched a ride. He said the
dogs could not pick a scent.: \ .
The minimum adult require* _awd.TM ,
Eunice Scarborough was serving a 8-month .
Julius D. to two-year sentence for forgery In mint quart of of. water liquid II I per about day.a C.ttifioate d, Completion I)'\

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PUBLIC NOTICEA h.dry fi/JIId ii,.N.quM./IMt$I.S.c1ioe .
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0 public performone hearing for the City of' Stark Community SIix

Development Block Grant will be held Monday, September 10
1979, 7:00 P.M. at City Hall, Stark, Florida. I f

The Mayors and Commissioners of the City of Stark. propo*. 4 1 I
to file a prapplicatlon for Community! Development Block ,

Grant for fiscal year 1980. ', '
,Community Development Block Grant Funds ore Intended toithr

,Is A Votl'For Unity or benefit ellmlnat., low slums or moderate and blight.A.Incom*" persons;'' or srv to prevent Here's Pre.f f Eunice: .Has.Q a atiHs "

Pursuant fo regulation of HUD a public hearing will be held at Starfce Mewls! i'i'UNITYY ::1
the City; Holt, 7:30 PM., Monday September 10, 1979 S'arke.

in Your. .City Government Florida. "to receive public comment and citizen participation .Intit. !
.' \., development of the preapplicatlon for. Federal assistance. ,
Undo Day : I
/ Community Develop. Director ,ChkfOfPtlkt : :itWr
'. ; : (Pd. PoL Adv.) paid For By Harold Eunice. : ''' \.
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OFFICIAL BALLOT .;: fY/w ffccwf f7Jid : ? fTw"i r w lf. '

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J.J" Wooty S.
Starke, Bradford County, Florida ., -, Browno

,, Danette Rodrigue aqdRicky .
September 11.197' ,

Initials of It- (, r rC Repeat Vows August 18 at St. EdwardsMiss : '., "

suing Official Dinette M. Rodrigue of ed the full sheer sleeves and hemline.
I'I Jacksonville, daughter of Mr. and The scooped neckline and lace bodice'",
Mrs.Akee: P.Rodrigue of Starke and were trimmed with tiny seed pearls. ,J
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consisted of a matching
.. ', ', Ricky A. Brawn son of Mr. and Mrs. Her bridal veil 4-..
-' -"-- E.L. Brown of Tberessa,were united lace and seed pearl headpiece
Signature' 'Elector NrN, ep,( in marriage Saturday August 11, at that framed the face and from which
z 1:00 p.m. In SL Edward's Catholic flowed a lace trimmed nylon illusion
JijLij Quack Reverend Father August fingertip veiL She wore a single
-.' necklace enhanced by
\ Nagy, C.M., performed the cultured pearl
: ceremony a silver setting. The bride carried a
TlnechrucA* altar was covered with silk nosegay of white daisies, pink
a white bridal cloth with lace inserts, baby carnations, blue and lavender
: FF1CIALBALLOT and was flanked with two seven forget-me-nots and yellow lilies 'i
..,( branch candelabra. The altar bad a among a cluster of baby's breath,accented
FIRST PRIMARY background of two floral arrangements with a white lace backing and
consisting of blue fuji pink with white lace streamers.
mums, white daisies, lavender The reception was held in the
GENERAL ELECTION statice. yellow poms, pink freezies{ church reception hall, which was ,
and baby' breath. A duplicate arrangement decorated with bouquets of flowers In
Starke, Bradford County, Florida was placed at the front of the bride's chosen colors and arrangements r:
the altar with two large Finn Ben- of Ficus Ben jamins.
September 11. It79 jamins at either side.The Unity Candle The bride's table, punch table, and "'
was placed on the organ and was guest book tables were all covered
Initials 'of,,Is- complimented with a blue bow and. with matching white Army-Navy
suingOfficial baby's breath. cloths with floor length blue underskirts
Providing nuptial music were Cindy
Cissy organist, and Randy E. The guest book table held a blue and
____ Brown wiang and played three white guest book a lighted candle
selections on the guitar. and the maid of honor's bouquet of
Saml'I. Randy E. Brown brother of the silk summer flowers. Miss Suzette
groom, served as best man. Ushers Rodrique kept the bride's book.
d M were Reggie Brown brother of the The punch table held two large
4 groom, and Kenny Rodrigue brother silver punch bowls centered by the
ol the onae. bridesmaids' bouquets of silk sum-
Roxle sister of flowers. Presiding at the punch -
BALLOT 7 Mrs. M. Rodrigue, mer
..':", OFFICIAL r ; the bride, attended as matron of bowls were Mrs. Dolly Pergue and
't' ".' Jh F4i' honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Mrs. Rita Rodrigue,assisted oy Mrs.
Vn.':f.FIRST PRIMARYGENERAL : 'i"4; Suzette Rodrigue. sister of the bride, Paul Meng. '
r' and Miss Theresa DeVore. The bride's table was centered with ;
ELECTION y The matron of honor and a three tiered blue and white wedding
bridesmaids wore matching gowns of cake surrounded by heirloom
blue, pink and yellow. The gowns porcelain and silver saucers contain
Starke Bradford Florida
County, were of polyester organza lined in ing mints and nuts. Large ar-
Mr.aid Mrs.Ricky Brewa acetate taffeta with double ruffle rangements of fresh summer flowers -
September II, 1979 at each end of the table.
short sleeves and V necklines. The were placed

To vote for a person whose name is printed on the I Delta Kappa Gamma Orientation Held August 21 the flounces back of waists the skirts to were form attached cascading at Cutting Miss Joyce and Meng serving and the Mrs.cake Claudia were

ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of ruffles.

the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. The Delta Kappa Gamma Societymet Punch and sandwiches were served Their headdresses were matching oyce Meng directed the wed- ,.
at the home of Mrs.Paul Riherd The new members will be initiated white crowns of baby's breath. They
CHIEF. OF POLICEFor Tuesday, Aug. 21, for an orientationfor officially Sept. 18. Those present carried matching summer bouquets Pissing out rice bags was Miss ,:
Two Years Vote for One new members Sara Jackson and were Kathryne Epperson Sharon of silk flowers in blue, pink yellow, Robyn Brown, sister of the groom. ",
Brenda Whitehead. Kathryne Epperson Lyons (Sharon played music and lavender and white. Following a wedding trip through
son told the history the society. songs), Joyce Norman Lucille The bride,given in marriage by her the mountains of Tennessee and the .
JIMMY BOWEN Ernestine Register of Starke explained Payne. Maxine Gibson and Ernestine father, wore an elegant white silk Carolinas the couple will reside at
R the chapter organization and Register all of Starke, Martha organza gown with flowing A Line the Century 21 Apartments in ,
I played games. Martha Riherd gave a Riherd and the new members Sara skirt overlaid with lace which surved Jacksonville. ;'
.R. EPPS review of the offices and their duties.. Jackson and Brenda Whitehead to a sweeping chapel train. Exquisite The bride Is a 1976 graduate of "
lace enhanced the bodice and trimm- Bradford High School, and a 1978
|D graduate of the Lake City School of .
ADK Alpha Gamma Hold Rehearsal Dinner Nursing.She is presently employed at
I St.Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville.The .
Luncheon and Pre-planning MeetingAlpha Given August 17 groom, a 1977 graduate of -
COMMISSIONER GROUP 2 Bradford High School,is employed as
For Two Years Vote for One Gamma chapter of Alpha A list of altruistic projects was an electrician for Standard Electric ,
Delta Kappa met Tuesday August 21. presented and voted on by the For Wedding Couple Company, Inc of Jacksonville. ;,;
"".,. for a D..tch Treat luncheon attbe membership. I
SCHAEFER |OJ'CHARLES : Western Steer Steak House to plan a-1 I Plans were made for ADK; Miss Danett'Rodrigue. and RickyA. t i. \ ,'. >. ill,M ""'. >.Mi 1 l(9111'1.
> r'tfvitiee: for the \J> % WeeK:tkL 7-irsAd was j t
upcoming year. Founders Brown were honored at a wedding Woman's tj'H1
JOSEPH" N. WARREN D't The devotional was given by Lucile recommended that refreshments be rehearsal dinner held In the Western Junior
Payne and the welcoming address by placed in the various schools to honor Steer Steak House of Starke on Friday Pickin"b
president Sandra Duncan. teachers during this time. evening August 17. Have "Pig ::
Committee and hostess The next regular meeting win beheld The dinner was hosted by the ",
COMMISSIONER GROUP 4- assignments were presented by the the second Monday In parents of the couple Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening '
For Two Years Vote for One president as decided by the executive. September Sept.10,at the Episcopal E.f.. Brown of Hampton and Mr. and \
board on August 14. Parish House. Mrs. Alcee Rodrigue of Starke. !
.' Members of the Junior Woman's
Besides the honored couple,parentsand Club had a "Pig Pickin" Saturday ,
GEORGE HOLIDAY, JR. I I Mission Society Gives Picnic to V.O.A. Girls tended attendants by out of,town the guests dinner:Mr.was and at- evening for members, husbands and
new members at the home of Mr.and
Mrs. Art Rodrigue from Colorado
MARY E. PETERSON I The Ladies Home Mission Society The entree included Southern fried Mr. and Mrs. Randy Brown and son Lake.Mrs. Larry Crawford on Hampton

headed by Mrs. Jean Harding enter; chicken potato salad and all the trimmings Jeremy, of Marco, Florida; Mr. and On Tuesday. Sept. 4, at 7:30 p.m. .;
VERNON SILCOX .1 { rained the Volunteers of America with lemonade and cupcakes. Mrs. Coulomb of Hartford, Conn.; the first fall executive board meetingwill
home girls Saturday August 25 with The games including Sister Theresa of Fall River, Mass.:; be held at the Western Steer
frisbeelsanddodggee Mr. and Mrs. Kerman Rodrigue Mr.
an old fashioned style picnic. balLThe Steak House..
and Mrs. Gaston Rodrigue, Mr. and .
wants to to these
wonderful group ladies how express much they real- Mrs.Leo Pergue Mr.and Mrs.Wibot ,

ly appreciated the love and Trosclair Rodrigue, all Mr.of Ttubodaux.and Mrs. La.Whitney, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland spent
I helpfulness that has been given them. the weekend with Mrs. Mattie Andrews ":
-T:2! Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Rodrigue of
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Mjr. and MM. Jamea B. Oh aairamliy :
4 r- Ifcbtajlfcw. : will .* Swrta .*. Gill Brown of Oftandoapeftt the weekend &fM MfV 4'.1"CII"
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,-" CMftBiry Collegeon Mamta. *. 3&uMp ; wtth her parent*, left and Mr. =.. {
Jt.C. where be waa employed fete Charley K.J W W'f* .... .......... .... i
Mummer.tMr. Mr*. GoldwIN.
1 W Dean BlackweU of Lake dtjr wastoday I
BIR'rHSAirman ( and Mrs. T.L. Casey, Jr. and vtoitor of his mother Mr. -...... MW Bg 11A)
Mr..and Mrs.Johnny Hobbs Jr.*pent Grace BlackweU and Mr. and Mrs.
I rt and Mrs. Gary Bakkwi of ffiday to Sunday In Atlanta. Jimmy Lawson and family. V".lloct !
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Goldaboro, N.C. announce: the Mrth of :
a daughter, Amanda Leigh born Mr. and i Mrs. Paul G. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison spent Vow dty Commhttenrtl. :.
son, Palmer the the weekend in Waycross.Ca visiting GNuttt
August 24.P.ternalll'a. spent put month in
dparenb are Mr. and the North Carolina mountains. her mother, Mrs. R.T. Hippa. _!......... b i ic.

Mrs. J.B. Bakken, Jr. of Starke.
,1 Maternal grandparent are Mr. and ).i v...Pw t fleet '
Mrs. Warren EtoUng of ;u Cbd.e kh..e rp'I0'c1
ya Lake. Paternal great grandparents t VevrdtyCoCre _... 'fc\0 Ckadu Sohl.r
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i ; art Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Bakken Sr. ofGreen .I; >el 4
Mrs. .on ;). .....,...... n City Commission' Group 2
Starke.and l Nee t Father Donald Sullivan of Irelandwas

great grandmother is Mrs. PearlBenham Wednesday of last week dinner o A Man Of Proven Ability
of Billings, Mfr guest of Mr. and Mrs.Rabble Shallcr. :

Clinton.tlarM Andrew Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson and S 6 Years As A City ,
family of Tallahassee were Saturday
Mr. and Mrs.John Harold Andrews dinner guests of his parents Mr. and Commissioner & 3 Years ;
of Lake Butler proudly announce: the Mrs. H.A. Lawson.Mr. :
birth of a son Clinton Harold, As Mayor 1972 1978
r '".',. Wednesday August 22, In Alachua and Mrs Lowell Mathews of
.... ..,.. :'\.',. .. -'" .' General Hospital in Gainesville. Folkston, Ga.visited his parents Mr. 0 Stands For Honesty And Integrity I
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.JIJl'f' Master Andrews joins a brother. Ron and Mrs. Cart! Mathews on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.James A. Payne Thomas. 0 Will Listen To The People Of Starke i

Maternal grandparent: are Marlon Mr. and Mrs. Houston McClane Pd. "01. Adv.By .
Mr. and Mrs. James Albert Payne P. Hawkins of Starke and Roy L. returned last Friday after 10 days In sit CwrtrslU! fyby Gnat Chart.** .Cll..... i l
Hawkins of Jacksonville. Paternal Panama City and also visited their
Celebrate 60th grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louin son, Dr. Glen McClane In Yea VII. & $11t WHO i Onltl At."tat"
Wedding AnniversaryMr. I
Redding of Starke. Tallahassee .

and Mrs. James Albert Payne "
celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary INSTEAD OF SHOPPING ALL OVER TOWN

Friday, August 24, 1979 at .
their home in the Pine Forest Apart-
ments, 1530 West Madison Street, rhOOd

Starke.Alabama The couple but are moved both to natives Rome of SHOP ALL OVER ECKERD'S iiiY:: rnon stol3.

Georgia in 1937 where they lived untiltheir a
move to Starke five years ago. I_ Th'I ffLJUJ11I1SthWJLM
They were married in Cave Spring, _
Georgia, August 24, 1919, by the
Reverend J.H. Hardy. Mrs. Payne Is
the former Minnie Lee Roberts. Mr.
Payne Is a retired textile worker.
A highlight of the occasion was a Potato M
display of picture postcards and let. Chlfs
ters written by Mr. Payne to his then .
fiancee, Miss Roberts. Many :sf the I
cards,letters and souvenirs were sent
from France during World War I t
where Mr. Payne was stationed with

snapshots from the courtship days of 6.5-ounco tub*.Qott tootlf'" Dopondobto plln"" 01. 10 >unco Mnwol.3 typos 9-ounco twin pack. 3.foune.d.odorantbart
the couple through their Golden Wed ( REO. $1.19 LIMIT 1 REQ. 29 LIMIT 4
ding anniversary In 1969.A number of

friends, neighbors,and relatives called 6Si'39" 1s- 83C 100
throughout the day and eveningand
old and young alike seemed to enjoy
reminiscing and hearing about the
'olden days". Among those comingby
to congratulate the anniversary
couple were several staff members .
and youngsters representing the St. REVLON JONTUE
Mark's Day School. The youngstershave SPRAY EASY 13-OUAMT COOKIN' i
been entertained on several occasions WIPES PLAYMATE
by original "Hoppadoojer"stories S CAJUN i
Pack of 0 reuaafale COOLER
written by Mr. Payne. BAR-B-QUE
e-ox. LIMIT 1 Heavydrty plaatlo.Hold* I
The celebrants have three
$4.25 value 12-quaii bottle or can. .
daughters Mrs. Harold Colston and AL'// Sure grip handle.REa Water amok, :
Mrs. Powell of Starke, and )99 ht111a >$14.99 never need LAWN
Mrs. Cliff Hamer of Perry, Georgia. 2 PACK ending. l_ FURNITURE -
They have six grandchildren and one : /ta4. $59.99 / of j
r"+:J'J-J. v/ w Ylrb1. nd11rS t 1DI' Choos.lrom our large election .
great' grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. ,'. '"' u W plrn? CalbAUlweborWnyiu.p'Ceronea' ? s- .
Hamer and daughters, Lee Ellen and HOLIDAY 4999 chelae lounge Also colorful comb) lounger

Beth, who came for the occasion, remained -
for a short visit. WETONES Kill FOGGER WI.MposedIn..cts. 20% OFF

'\". Pack of 70.Mold aerosol. REQ. $2.89

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Mr.and Mrs.George Huggins spent O 1 ,
the past 10 days camping at Anastasia HURRICANE"OIL o
State Park. ,

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Jr.,and lOn, Tracy of Pueblo Colo. ._ s OW//tyllnedpep.I// NOTEBOOK
spent last Wednesday to Saturday 59C/ Ma mod notebook I 9** REO.120-ruledheets.S1.49
with his sister and family, Mr, and STATE PEG SUit mS9c
Mrs:H.L. Hutson.' On Sunday they all MOTOR ": M PAPCKM ATI 9* I
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is spending this week with her LIMIT 1 Schick IIo.! .IIOTOII on For REPORT.COVERS. 1 77 ToTIO .*. 'V; .t.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncriefat your special theme REO. S2 89
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.Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief attended ZIP WAX /8/' 0 0 4V SCISSORS ;';!I'. "
the wedding of their grandson, CARWASH "1 39cMetefconstructlon.' .
Robert Underill to Karla Turner on .tt
Saturday night at Satellite Beach with MVITAMINS Cleans car
a reception following at the PatrickAir ehinrelean.t.- PLASTIC
Force base Officer's Club. ounce bottle. i! DRESS HANGERS ,
REO. $1.49 fl. 5ge Decorator color*. .
Pack of 6 REQ. 1.09 ,
:The Starke Golf and Country Club LUGGAGE
had a Teen Dance and cookout Satur- gse CIIOOH. from r.d,green\ '0'navy plo'
day'night at the club with approximately BOltlOOftOOWltll1" a !1 INCH a..CN ...INCN..[ ) I l
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:fMI.. Chelle McClure of Jacksonville a 9-. 11 II REG sweep. $4.99 second hand .a
spent last week with her uncle ItiSAh2PA7.t'RA! 'tI INDOOR/' 1 '

and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J.T.., Carver PLANTER CREG.'r / 0Large. 0- -_ :
:sand family. ; $ 1 FRENCH'S __..__- ; ,. f
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to complement TE"MATIC I R
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your .., GALAXY 20INCHFLOOR w y. .
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relatives. MACRAME, GAS" 1 .n. ue119' ECKEAD : ."; ;i 5S
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demons and grandson ff'c'
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Ronnie- Norman and Karen Macy Cool for and comfortabi fir:: enggsastnnon.ngtn.s BATTERIES :,. : eng,
caiual 9-mcn blade. Left" hand Cut $SYLVANIA sUJteft10FLIPFLASH Forn..IIIIQIIII.IoYS .r--; ::!-i I '-
returned Saturday after seven days wear A *ortedite _
B6Q. $129.99 i & some arnaHappliance ; :..:;:: :
visit in Puerto Rico with her son-in- REQJ$4.99 '
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs BJ. 4 31 Blue Dot quality.10 REG. .3- i ,
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August 30, It'l.

Charles Sapp Family

,''Ill. Ritch and
Montez David Carter Holds Joint Birthday

Wed August 17 at St. Mark's Church Party August 16

Mantes Lauar Rttch. daughter of Given in marriage by her Following a wedding trip to Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. 8.HP,#1.
Mr. and Mrs James Mark RMch of the bride wore a taffeta lined orfgganzagown Daytona Beach the couple is residing and Together celebrated their .birthdays -
Theresa and David Alan Carter, son with lace and seed pearl trim. It at Pinewood Apartments. this year withs
of Mr. and Mrs. William E.Carter of had a standup collar with ruffle trim- The bride and groom are both Brad big cookout Thursday, August
Starke were united in marriage Friday med yokes in Venice lace with empire ford High School graduates. The starting at 6 p.m. '
August 17, at 7:30 p.m. in St. bodice and lace trimmed, long Illusion groom is employed in Orange Park as Mrs.Sapp's birthday was August
; Mark's Episcopal Church with Rev.John sleeves with lace cuff and chapel roilY assistant little Heidi Nicole's birthday w
l.'r,1', M. Flynn performing the sup train.She wore a chapel length organza manager. August 13, Mr. Sapp's birthday w
tial ls. veiling with Venice lace and a seed August 18 and Miss Heather Sher;
Decorating the church: : were two arrangement pearl trim. She carried a cascade of birthday was August 20.
of white gladiolus, white silk rosebuds, gardenias, lily- DUPLICATE BRIDGE With a few friends they grill
daicTea. white pompoms and baby's of-the-valley and miniature daisies CLUB RESULTS steaks, hamburgers and served thetfl
breath. On the altar with candles with white satin and lace streamers. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cassem were with french fries, Pepsi's and tea. -,
were two baskets of fern on each side A reception was held in St. Marks the winning couple at Duplicate The two girls had a beautiful birthday
of the altar also brass stands of palms Parish House. Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Bridge Tuesday night. Krish Son! and cake each and ice cream. They
I- and two baskets of palms. Miniature Tomllnson greeted the guests at the Eva Mathewson were second and also gave party favors to their
I nosegays of blue silk flowers markedthe door. Mrs. Norman Traylor sister of Lora Francis and Rhea Johnson were friends. 1
f k family pews. the bride, kept the bride's book. third. A great time was had by all
'r Mrs. Kenneth Grider,organist and Standing in the receiving line were ''II. tI. _
Ms. Carolyn Canova. soloist the bride and groom, their parents
presented a program of nuptial and attendants. R. EPPS
music. Miss Kathy Glider served as At points of interest in the hall were Jimmy
gift acolyte.Ben blue tapers and potted tree ferns and
Carter attended his brother as palms. The mantel was centered with
best man. Ushers were Shaun Ritch an arrangement of white gladiolus
and Steve Carter brothers of the blue mums, daisies, pompoms and lxp.rlnc.d fUSL Mo.on Bradford.
bride and groom. baby's breath. Pref...tenal .r Lodgo /3fVote
Mrs. Joseph Lee served as matron The bride's table was covered with a
rr'u I of honor. She wore a light blue organza an antique lace floor length cloth over
gown with ruffled front and back linen with sea Hopes of springeria
with V-neckline and capelet sleeves. garland with each scallope centered '
She carried a nosegay of light blue with silk nosegays of poppies, carnations Vote
poppies and miniature cream colored and sea oats. Mrs. Betty Dyess tb
carnations accented with royal blue of Palatka cut the cake which was Sept. 11 Sept. 11
sea oats and white lace streamers.She made by Linda Sullivan of Theressa.
wore a headband of light blue silk The punch table cloth was encircled CHIEF OF POLICE
baby's breath and blue satin ribbon. with a garland of springeria with silk
Flower girls were Stephanie Gale flowers. Police Academy Gradual
Traylor and Jennifer Laura Lee, Assisting were Mrs. George Pierce,
nieces of the bride. Mrs. David Head, Mrs. Terry Rleske.
Adam Gaskins was ring-bearer Mrs. Marvin Brown and Mrs. Henry "The Peoples Choice"
Mr. and Mrs. David Alan Carter -

Monica Nichols Celebrated Her 2nd Birthday, -

Little Monica Nichols celebratedher Mrs. Kay Nichols and daughter
second birthday Sunday after- Stephanie of Gainesville,Mrs DonaldCarter
noon at a family birthday party given and Mr.and Mrs.One Wiggins Be a CASH aDd CAR Whutera
by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip of Starke. I
Nichols their home Weldon
at on
Street. ____
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Among those attending the funeral
my Wiggins of Jacksonville Mr. and of Lannie H. Thompson Tuesday mor- *
Mrs. Mitch Brannen of Lake Butler ning at the Methodist Church in 1980 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME COUPE
Gainesville were Mrs. Hazel Paulk

BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST J.D. Odom was owner and Doyle of Conner the Gainesville:Thompson W. 0 [iJ.

Whether or not you win{ a cash prize in our Monday night Pro-
Mrs. Vincent Lewis spent the _ Football game,all your football game tick.!* are .ligibl*. for
weekend with her daughter, Mr. and ill tho Cutlass Suprom drawing Writ your namo, addr** and
964-7954 Mrs. Bruce Ivey in Fort Lauderdale. 1980 OLDSMOBILE phone number on every game ticket you collect at Pantry Pride
CUTLASS SUPREME'S during each week return them to Pantry Pride and deposit them
,.. ..... .. w __ .. ..,." .. WILL BE GIVEN AWAY them in tho SWEEPSTAKES boa at tho toro office. All ticket
"' ...\ FOR THE NEXT 17 deposited that week will bo gathered In a central pot and
WEEKS ONE ticket will bo drawn. The pease named on that ticket
.. drawn will win a 1980 Old Cutlass Supreme Coup. A new
SNIT PIStONS II Tltlf 'r Ml drawing will be held, every week for 17 w..ks.ftWltlfMUUftMOIlU. .
01 Mill Ml 1111111,

M -_ DRAWN ON SEPT 13, 1979

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most accurately measured.

New meters purchased by FPL are tested and calibratedat

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they are sample tested again. CLOSEDDAY FRESH SWElT JUICY '. .;.
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Following President Jimmy Carters LB BAG

most recent energy proposals a slight wave of relief was :.

heard. On closer scrutiny however, one finds that none of IMIMMIT UAH III Ml HI ,'
the legislative action at present seems capable of imple $ i Fresh Yellow Corn 8 IAIS'l 100 U.S. HI). Potatoes roost ll 9.1 cJU7j-seou"el

menting these proposals to their fullest. Washington must sat w f Ml.IK Plan MM MM A
Fresh Green Cukes 6a 100 Fresh Slaw or Salad eAS49"
hear from pro-energy citizens! 89 L8 '"
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research development testing and evaluation program to _
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August W. I>rt TELEGRAPH K-H'aa'

METHODIST ,", '. '''. ... ...
summer Rev. Medeiros Returns to Bayleee BaptistRev.
ended with I
a big splash for
the Methodist youth a.t.IMiythered BSBS"Landing last Saturday swimming the ...<
for an eed-of-summer picnic, at Allowing a day of fellowship and delicious covered cIIb cIMei'. I. David pastor Medotnw of the has beanrecalled B". .......*cordially invites the
BaykM IIIotb Ao to attend
services .
Attending: were: Mr. and Mrs Don Highway Baptist Church on Sh-3 Highway Baptist Church at Baytestt
Denton Mr. and Mrs Glen Polk. Mr, I west of Stark
and Mrs. John ,. :
Dempsey, Mrs. Sue "
Fagan Rev. George Harper. Buddy : ;" ;: ) Rev.Medeiros was pastor at
J : :.
MARY ELLEN Pagan little John Bayless Baptist from 1965-68. He
PETERSON Dempsey, Tammy
Dempsey, Tammy. Todd and 'Tracie ; ';t I..j: ; '.i :' returns here from Brunswick. Ca. One Night Gospel
Denton Kevin and Mary Anne Miller :.:;?.) \ J where he was pastor of Pine Haven
Baptist Church.
Scott Polk Randy Reddish Daryl .
Thornton. Greg Thornton. Elite Sing
V Johns, Bill Sanders and Stade Den Rev. Medeiros Is a converted
x mark. Catholic He was born In Acushnet, big one night only gospel sing will
T' Regular weekly meetings of all Mass. lie graduated from Taylor be held at Tison Auditorium In Lake
0 youth 1I'OUrwere held at the church County High School. Perry. Fla. and City Friday. Sept. H, at I p.m.
Sunday evening. Plans for the new Luther Rice. Seminary In Jackson ;
year which runs from Sept. 19 ville. The Singing Gospel Hymntones, :
through August '80 were made. Staff featuring Bobby Stanley on the Sing \
T T for the new year will be: Jackie Rev. Medeiros is well known for his ing steel guitar will perform. Also!
evangelistic style preaching. He singing will be the
Johns Phyllis Folsom Junior group; Rev, Medeiros Calvery Singers
Carolyn Eaves intermediate group; recently was evangelist at a revival in and the High Springs Gospel
E Marie Polk and Don Denton. senior Tennessee Sweethearts.

group. _
i The church van will leave the r' '1 .
if church at 6:30: p.m. this Thursday.
f To All The Voters Of OurTown Of Starke, August in Gainesville 30. for the football jamboree : In Memory Religion Course To Be Offered At SFCCSanta I

I Honestly And The Junior youth group will be going Fe Community College will afternoon class might make ft possible "
I Sincerely Want To Be Your to Circus World Saturday Sept. l. All In loving of offer a credit: course Religion in for some Bradford residents! suchas
memory J.
youth going should contact Shannon. Gone America during the daytime this housewives and older citizens. to
Council Johns or Mrs. Eaves.soon as you not forgotten. one year- ((8/31/78)" but, fall. The class will meet at Bradford attend class who were unable to come
: City Woman ble for details. The van will leave the With love High School on Monday and Wednes- at night.
church at 1:30 a.m. and will return at and grandchildren.Virginia, children. day afternoon from 1:45: p.m, to 3:00 The course which bruins on

Commissioner Group 4 9p.m. ? p.m.Dr. September lOlh. may be taken for
Bernard McFadden who will credit or audit. Dr. McFadden

f I Will Be There When You Need Me St. Edwards Church Halt other teach college the class courses, said at that Starke all are of the offered old pointed can out take that this anyone class and over oil 60 years other

only during the evening.He SFCC courses: ) for free.
:' Thank You BINGOEvery expressed the hope that his For more information call 964-53H2.:

Pd. P*'. Adv, Paid For By\ Mary nan Peterson Saturday 8:00: P.M.
41 IN. Temple Ave. Stark. Fla. -4' Community News --4" I/

by Elisabeth G.Walker
Phone M4-M83. Friday Bible Study. Sunday School 10
a.m. Evening Service 6:30: p.m.
....-- Ctrl Scout Newt
Dell Chapter( IM O.E.S. will meet Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
Thursday Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. We Church Plans are In the making for
will begin our work for the fall season the annual Women's Day program
at your PANTRY PRIDE with a Chat and Chew activity.We are which will terminate October 14. All
looking for each member to attend. members are asked to cooperate with
Girl Scout and leaders will have to this activity. Sunday School 10 a.m.
work hard and fast to help Girl Scouts Communion Service 11 a.m.
.--- ,.. -- get the membership dues in on time.
.Parents and guardians are asked to Pleasant Grove United Methodist
MOOO( CASH-Play MONDAY NIGHT PRO- FOOTBAIL- cooperate with the girls by signing Church Young Adult Choir rehearsal

permission slip forms sent home with Monday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting
'W" EiLI1 the Girl Scouts, along with the Wednesday at'7:30 p.m. Bible Study
registration fee, immediately. The Thursday 7:30. Sunday 3 p.m. Com-
,' HERE'S HOW TO WIN CASH PLAYING MONDAY NIGHT PRO-FOOTI4LL cooperation of all parents is needed. munion Service.

Get a FREE Pro-Football weehly gam. card ticket you WIN the dollar amount :Indicated. Church Activities
..r.o._...LL.It AMOCIATiO WITNON everytfme you visit your Pantry Pride Store. (See additional directions on game card.ill Greater Bethlehem Freewill: Ml. Morlsh United Methodist
M ANY WAY COMMICTtO, WITN*MV No purcha.e necessary. Then watch Pre you have a winning ticket, bring M to any Bap.tilt Church: Choir rehearsal for the
;TILIVIftMM somas' peas MITWOMN 1IAOUI TV TATtONO '+ Football the following Monday night on Pantry Pride by the clo.e of business the Church Monday the Tiny Tots Senior Choir Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
network television, or see your local newspaper fallowing: Friday night following that Monday meet for rehearsal at 6:30: p.m.Senior Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Holy Com
or th. nuns potted In our stores for the night game for verification.: Store manager Choir rehearsal Monday at 7:30: p.m. munion 11 a.m.
final' core of both teams at the completion will redeem $10 and $1 wlnn.r. on the spot Tuesday Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
l', of the gam. If the .... number of the final and arrange for payment of S1000 and $100 the Circles meet at the different New Bethel Baptist Church: A
1 score of each team matches the number for winners.- homes at 7:30: p.m. McKay's Circle Cookout Is planned by the church at
each team printed on the Pro-Football game meets at Mrs. Leola) McCutchen' noon Labor Day in the parking lot of

_.._rIN4NN. =N_,:,": GET A FREE GAME TICKET EVERTTIME YOU. VISIT PANTRY. PRIDE! Bly.'. Circle meets at Mrs. Mamie the church. Sunday service concludeswith
,-.-'...Yr ..........-.' ...--.- Mitchell's. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Story Sunday School at 10 a.m.
--:0:=.::"1_wine J ad Hour at the church. Friday at 6 p.m.
-- "- "" the Junior Usher Choir will rehearse. American Legion '*
=no/1"-.!NI :.nrt1hM., .\ Add to the excitement of the big game Friday at 0:30 the Junior Usher Board Legion Commander Julious Royal Iti.
po. Mo son will sell pies from the church kitchen. is asking all Auxiliary members to
.moo : f.!r' :;': everv.MQnd. : .y.night.. Over 1400lPQO ; r ,, Saturday at 6:30: p.m.. Sunday School meet at 6 p.m.. and Legion members
-- .... ,. ; .,. t0ac.bersineetiRff. Sunday-school t.-30
tae i 1.non ;;0 r If #, Ito meet al a p.m Tuesday;Soptf! 4.
available in cash & prizes! ..m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.Dinner Any veteran desiring to join the
12:30 p.m. Evening Worship 6:30: p.m. poet may do so and attend.
Mt. Pbgah AME Church: Choir

Enter the drawings for 17-1980 Olds Cutlass Supreme Coupes day rehearses School Saturday 10 a.m. at Communion 7:30 p.m. Sun-Ser

,- vice 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Church of God In Christ: Sunday
School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 Child Care Food
mw n* v u MM MM _IOU IMP I M"I mm tmun I1 a.m. with Minister Taylor in charge.
m a'rl.'*cm i 0110 e 1 Bible Band
t,9d1m it Tuesday at 7 p.m. Friday Program AvailableThe
Fryer Combination Pkg. YPWW at 5:30: p.m. Friday Prayer
m IIII II'IB,MM HI and Pastoral Teaching.
Boneless Pork Sirloin Roast ,;1"t Ebeaeser Baptist Church Concerned Citizens of Bradford
rl/"It 1 Dan INN 10aV.... Preaching each first and third Sun- County announces the sponsorship of
the Child
Boneless Beef Round Steak 1211 a I day. Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Community Day Food Care Program Free the
IM r,11/l1 u.anrol'era mi! First Born Church of the Uvlng and reduced
price meals will be made
Blade Chuck Roast $131. Cod: Friday at 6:30 p.m.Bible Study. available to children
that for
...u. CMM Win...lit.".. Friday at 7:30: p.m.Tarrying Service. qualify
such meals will
Blade '111 at the centers and be
Steak Sunday School 10 Worship
Chuck a.m. Morning provided without to
.. ...... I 11 a.m. YPCW at 6 regard race
M w un sea MM nun p.m. Evening creed color or national origin. The
Boneless Chuck Roast u19/ Fug ;A To Worship 7 p.m. Community Day Care Center is
... OR GA.
MX 110 t u i n i m rill urn mm>MU> < 48 (98J Free Canaan True Church of God: located In of the
one classrooms at the
'111 raeMluM (
Boneless Stewing Beef -.""'", 1IM GRADS La B$ Prayer Meeting each Monday at 6:30: old RJE School.
........ Lr Service.
M i IM*a.a 'awe p.m. Wednesday Tarrying,
Freshly Ground Beef u111
IM M t UIIII 11I aallmrA't Rae SAVE 10d A Lt SAVE Goa A U BAY. 50d A I ,
Quarter Pork Loin $131 Legals '

Fresh Pork Butts I'111' e-ncrt 0N1 S IMMIKM tltt ,/m JONS APPEARINGTO State Capitol
IM at i at a t at .. tykes Grill Franks 2rt; Gwaltneys Big Eight Franks..:. BE OWNERS OP Slor.... Fl.Account'. Tallahassee, Florida
Lykes Smoked Picnics 1118 CENTER CUT BEEF IM w m. mum_,. $ ABANDONED PROPERTY Number 33301 ((904)) 4(7-2983. ..
UK wi u am i,,... Hygrade Ball Park Franks ."... 111 les"caryogurt 4/1! Pursuant to Section 13 of 'J-17000H6: Apparent sure to mention the account
Skillet Brand Bacon 98'"SIRLOIN IM wtiimFyne aiA ..... tilt Chapter 717. Florida Owner, Thomas Sros. number BEFORE
IM m i u MM w .".OMI I Spred Oleo Qtrs. 43GOOft Fyne Taste Sliced Bologna I Statutes, entitled Country Ham and the name as published In
Cornish Hens ll 88 re 4t*'h11r "Florida DI.po.Hlon. of Charles P.. Thomas Sop this notice. Unless. proofof
Rock f U fH STEAKS Pt bii'ii'iilread' Fyn Taste Skinless Franks 98v Unclolm.d Property 38 ft 2. I....... Fl., ownership: Is
Sea Star Fried Fish Sticks $111 Art" notice Is hereby Information concerning presented to the holder
$ tars: Filberts Golden Qtrs.MrsT'fiiberts'Margarine 48C Hygradti Hot Dogs ,8St' given that the persons the amount or description by November 2, 1979
SeTstaTfried Fish Cakes 6141 1 258 IM M'IM>M wenii <4II listed below appear to : of the Property end ,the property will bo
IMWiW :: u ; 680tMMWKk Pantry Pride lunch Meats 'IiMWSMfMnvpni be the owners of tin end odd'... delivered for custody to
Fillets $131 1 .. NW.r. .. unclaimed' .rsonal or of the holder obtained the Comptroller .
Flash Frozen- trouper SAVE .od A lB '* .. -'- .'.._ o.florlda.
Pantry Pride Sour Cream 6d Pantry Pride Cooked Salami, 1 1".-- -Intangible, prop.rtypfeum.d I by any person Thereafter, all
tMWMM abandoned.THIS possessing an Interest In further claims. must bo
SEAL TEST Pantry Pride Cream Cheese 6Gt Old:Smithfield' Pork Sausage .Sad DOCS NOt INVOLVE the property I by addressing directed to (tie Comptroller
CREST REAL ESTATE. on Inquiry to GERAlD of Florida.
IM m MM le deal rl i as
Pantry Pride Cottage Cheese '1 101 Chunk Braunschwilaer .sat Account Number A. LEWIS State Comptroller GERAlD A.LEWIS _
TOOT 1-0354-0005; Apparent Abandoned Property COMPTROLLER OF :
HE- ICE Pantry Nil Pride Biscuits 4/68t 6wNtiNs! Chicken franks 6$4nrrrraas Owner Adams. H.H. Section ATTN: FLORIDA
PAST r MD., f".0. Roe T3o, Harry B. Carson 1401 730 etch) 9/6 _
CREAM Bordens American Singles s 1 121 Oscar Mayer franks '1 1"

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Listerine MauthwashBody'oiTrap'shampoo 5177 TlB Bag'01'ice 491 SPAGHETTI ." 5.oz, ; i

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Page lOA TELEGRAPH August 30. 117.

r LEGALS .. f""'"

Florida' by virtue ol the) P.O. Box .*... Stake the obove described pro- 'or .--.e NO REFUNDS will. ko parcel of .lend (Lob 1 and mutt be tot In the

NOTICE OF Authority vetted la me Flo. 32091. doing party of said dab endoMto Clark .f the .... court representative! "..1.Wolbott. mode for the return of 3, Black :33 of J M John driveway or tamo other

SHERIFF'S SALE by 'law do .hereby call a business under the firm satisfy the aforesaid a written statement of Jr., P.O. Bon CONTRACT Addition OMCept tho thsway.near
Nolle If hereby given First Primary Election' to name of WORD OP LIFE Elocution. any claim' or demand 10116. Ita" .. Florida DOCUMENTS. West 90 foot located at
that I Dolph E. Reddish. 3301. Talephana 4/10/7 of Church and 3. Troth limbs old
be held at tha City Hall MINISTRIES P.O. Eton Dolph' I. Reddish, they may have. Each the comer ( ,
at sheriff cl Bradford 904.944.5200.S232ktigV30. Blake Hamilton. Streets) (site of lot tires leave. will
In the aforesaid City by 694, Storke. Flo. 92091 Sheriff claim must be In writing South etc) "
County Florida under qualified voters on Tuesday Intends to register laid Bradford County. and mutt .Indicate. the Mayor being 59.4T x 102. ( x picked. up once week
and by virtu of Writ of September II. 1979 fictitious under the Florida basis far the claim the B/23 2tchg ./30 59.'"' 102.19). thai pro- at arranged by the

Elocution to WlhExecution : A.O.. for the purpose a provisions name of aforesaid 1/16 4tchg 9/6 name and address of ma AOVUhIIMIHT party of MyrtlaBaumgartner. successful bidder and
L issued out KM BUM
creditor hit agent or .
electing the following offleers or NOTlCIO'.NTENTION the Sanitation Commit-
of County Court of Cloy : statute. attorney, and the Each and ovary PERSON .... All limbo cut to a
County. Florida pursuantto Johnny Loo Kite""" .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT claimed. H. the Town of Braokar.Florida. .
Two amount an "Interestwhotovor of four feat
CITY CLERK For TO REGISTER having. maximum In
a Final Judgement for FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. claim It not dim. tits Owner '.0.
yet the
Years all'
FICTITIOUS length trash must be
Keystone Slot Bank of Dated this 16th day of FLORIDA PROBATE data when will become Ban 127. Broaker
POLICE CHIEF Far NAME VARIANCE should- appear the tide of the
placed by
Florida 3232.Separata .
Keystone Heights. August.. A.D. 1979. at DIVISION. File Number duo shall be ttatad. If
Two Years the
Florida, and against Sto,.... FL. 1116"pd 9/6 12927. IN RE: ESTATE OF the claim It contingent orunllquldotod. sealed BIDS and bed" at road.
Stonl.y I K Cordon ONE COMMISSIONER. EDWARD L. ZIELINSKI the nature for the. construction of Pursuant to Section time and place prescrib 4. .If the (obit not done
defendant, In tha CROUP 2 For Two Years Deceased. of the uncertainty shall. .. Water System Improvements B65.O7 Florida Statutes" ad. satisfactorily the Sanitation
amount of $1, ONE COMMISSIONER NOTICIOf' Construction notice It hereby given GEORGE ROBERTS Committee will
claim Is
For Two Years NOTICE OF be ttatad. II tha
with costs ol CROUP SHERIFF'S SALE ADMINISTRATIONTO secured tha security of 90.000 col.. that the undersigned Chairman Board of worn the successful bid-

collection. INSPECTORS FOR SAID Notice It ALL PERSONS HAVING shall be described. The Elevated' Storage tank: Paul' I. Cox. P.O. Box der In writing. If not car
Florida AdjustmentCity
Hav seised and hove hereby CLAIMS. OROEMA"DS claimant shall deliver chlorination facilities: 983. Starka, of Storks rested promptly tho
ELECTION: Annl. P. that I I. business
32O91. doing.
.n possession tha AGAINST THE the overhaultho existing. will be
my sufficient of contract considered
Ann Wood., as sheriff of Bradford
Holton. tha' firm of
following described per- Haven Swink Marl Red County Florida. under ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL claim to the clerk. to Wall' Pump and .Installation "PAUL'S under FRAMING"name ...L.Crosby. Jr broached and
tonal property to-wit: OTHER PERSONS IN. of lira hydrants will
dish Rose McConnall. and by virtue of Writ of enable. the clerk to moll Stake SocrotaryItehe the next bidder In line
P.O. Box 983.
1969 Sports" Cralt Beat TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: to each personal tfco received .by tin Town 1130 will be notified.
Ruby Peggy Inlands
Execution to-wll Florida 32091. toregister
Serial No. 3349M. Reg YOU ARE HEREBY of Broaker Florida at the
.,. Barbara Volin- representative.All sold fictitious. S. The City reservedthe
Execution Issued out
No Fl 6978-AF 1977 NOTIFIED that tho office of Town Clerk.
John.on 83 HP Motor ski 1. Vale R. Best Ro> of County Court of Duval administration of tho, the parsons to InterestedIn whom a Town Hall until 7:30 p.m. name under the provisions NOTICE OPINTENTIONS right to reject any
Stone. estate aforesaid TO and all bWs.
Model No 8SETLR77. County. Florida pursuant estate of EDWARD I. Notice of (local Prevailing' Time) of
In whereat', of this TAKE BIDS turned.
Testimony copy statute. Bids mutt be Into
Serial No. 04763658 to a Final Judgment for ZIELINSKI. deceased File hat bean September 11. I97t. and
I here unto subscribe my Administration Paul I. COM Owner YOU ARE HEREBY the City Clark. by 7:30
Gator Boat Trailer. Stoto Wide Collection Number 1-2927, I. pen. than at told off ko publicly
As tha property ol the nom. and causa tha Seal' Corp. of Jacksonville, ding In the Circuit Court mailed THREE ore MONTHS opened and rood Doted this 23rd day of NOTIFIED that the City of p.m. Sept. 12. 1979. All
above nom.d defendant of tha lawn to b. Florida and against far Bradford County WITHIN DATE OF THE o y August. A.D. 1979. at Hampton. Florida will bids mutt be sealed and
and that on Tuesday the hereunto affixed this the Lawrence Todd and Betty Florida Probate Division PUBLICATION Of Tho CONTRACT Starko, Fl. accept sealed' bids for will be opened at the
4th day ol September, A.D.7th day ol August, 1979. Jean Todd defendant. In tho address of THIS NOTICE to fit* anyobectlons DOCUMENTS may ho ax.amined 8/234tpd9/13.: : the collection of garbage regular' City Council

1919 at on. o'clock on Wilbur Waters tho amount of $1,37 1.60tQ90tho which Is BRADFORD | they may of the fallowing. and trash Tho Contract Meeting September 12.
said day on the premises Mayor-Commissioner, with costs of COUNTY COURTHOUSE hove that challenge the location Public Norice awarded will be for the 1979.
it the Bradford County ATTEST: Merrill Ed- collection. STARKE. FLORIDA 32091. validity of tha decedent's 1. Office of tho Notice of Application For form Oct. 1. 1979 ,Iris Virginia Hart I
Jailyard. I will offs for The personal representative of through September 30. P.O. Bo*250
words City Clerk Hove seized and hoveIn will the qualifications Engineers Sverdrup ft Variance:
lale and sell to the highest of The will
1980. contract Flo.' 32044 j
8/9 4tchg 8/30 my possession, the tin personal representative Parcel and Associates Notice It .hereby given Hampton. i i30
bidder for cash In following described personal ZIELINSKI whose or the venue or Inc. Calnetvllle, that The Board of Adust-| provide tho following ./ 2tchg 96tl'X i
hand the above described address Is 744 N. Temple of tin court. Florida. conditions: i
of sold NOTICE OFINTENTION 1 property to-wlt: )jurisdiction motif City of Starka,
Starke Florida.
property Avenue, be
All CLAIMS. 2. Town Hall. 1. Garbage must
defendant the 1977 Ford Pickup VIN .. Florida, will conduct a
to satisfy Tha name and odd of
AND OBJECTIONS Brooker, Florida twice
DEMANDS (by picked
appointment up perweek
aforesaid Execution TO REGISTER F10BNZ10531.At the personal '..p.ento.ti" hearing. at 7:00: P.M., In
NOT only). on the days sat bytha
Dolph E Reddish. Sheriff, FICTITIOUS NAME the property of the .'. attorney ore tat FOREVER BAR the City Commission
WILL BE Copies of tha CONTRACT Sanitation Committee -
Bradford County Florida obove named defendant forth below. room City Hall. Starka.
RED. DOCUMENTS and tho successful
8 9 4tchg 8/30 Pursuant to Section and that on Monday the All parsons having Data of the first be obtained at the office may Florida' on Thursday bidder. In COM of rain

865.09. Florida Statute, 10th day of September, claims or demands publication' of this Notice of Sverdrup Parcel and September 20 1979 to the garbage will bo plckod

Wilbur Waters.MayorCommissioner notlc. Is hereby given 1979. at 1:00 P.M. on against the astata ore of Administration' "' _lot... Inc. located consider a request for a tin next workIng
I ol that the undersigned told day on the premises required WITHIN THREE August 23. 1979. at 2002 N.W. 13th Street VARIANCE from the up on

the City of Sto,.... Johnny la* Kitchens. of the Bradford CountyJail. MONTHS FROM THE Anthony Zlellnskl At Suite 201 Gainesville. minimum lot width requirement garbage In
I will offer for 101.I DATE OF THE FIRST Personal Representativeof Florida. 32601 upon payment of the R1C.
will be 1EYM15
I and tell to the highest PUBLICATION OF THIS tha Estate of Edward of $30.00 for each Single' -Family, Medium plastic bogs pick.
I I bidder for cash In hand, NOTICE to file with the I, Zlellntkl Deceased. .... Density District on that ed up. All, containers

IJ .ff.;

l Broker


Office 782.3931 Home 782-3888. BRADFORD COUNTY CALL J

INEZ E. STARLING Associate' Iv... 782-3004

3 BR Stucco on Vk Ac. Lot. BILL POWELLREAL

NEW LISTING Lawt.y. $25.500.

Frame and Stucco 3 B,. 2 ESTATE
Acreage-Several Location.
Bo Central: H/A 1.600 Sq. SI .800 per Ac. I up. O

Ft Family room has: 10-20. Down. 10% Int. COUNTY
fireplace and beamed ceil 10 Yr.Just III" N. Walnut St. 44-444 24 h...

'ng. S37.000.Hondy .
setting up housekeeping Inflation Fighter Fix It yourself and this S )',. old 3 BR, 2 Vi ACRE LOTS from $1,950. I 1
? Ask about our bath house It yours for 6.000. or tea and make offer. .. ;
Man Specials Honey Moon Special. Heavily wooded hi and dry near ,1rwiugar

4 BR From. on' I lAc. 125W Furnished 3 BR.2Both. CB Four broker-owned Estate sited beautifully wooded

3 BR Frame.8.2 Ac. 225W Home with separata turnefficiency ',od.. Keystone Heights. FlORIUtflD I

3 BR CB 7 Ac. off 100A on very shady Tract 1 4.35 Acres S13.7SO REALTY :REALTY

Home requiring relocation 2.60 Ac. St. Clair St. Tract 2 '.6' Acres SI3.9SO'
Tracts 3.93 Acres $15,650 Owner-salesman 473-7060. Phone 96..7700 ,,-

Tract 18.80Acre., S19.999 ...' _393- ,. N. Temnle. Avenue. m )f." PHONE 964-7776 J.B

All of these can ba bought for 1.000 down with S years on CECILIATERWIUEOAR '205 N. Tempi' 8tukevFWild.,
Rd. 100
RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE balance at 10%. Better Hurry) 4.1t Ac on fA.'O"

964-8788 or 964-7896 Waterfront Lett 100 ft. on Crosby Lake New dock Lot. of 2.6 Ac with homo, |lust out/ WIRE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

m : trees Ready to build on Broker-owner Terms WADE A. BEIII REG. BROKER ; of city limits. SEE US TODAY FOR VA FHA t CONVENTIONAL
2305 N. Temple A".. (U.S. 301 N.) ,

LII::! Building up town. .Ideal for FINANCING
STARKE RESIDENTIAL. : Hlway 301 N. Lovvtew?-' business down sterns, with
.3 BR block. carport $19.800. Mary Hamilton ....6235

.3 BR garage, fireplace $34,500. CWO (Ret.) Dam DeSantlago. 964-9375 i living area upstalrt. SPECIAL

.3 BR ',am. only 17500. Robert A. McRoe. 964-7279 1 Acr. Lot Near Country Club $3.250 Coma In and make offer on
LR lot fireplace' S28.0OO.
2 BR block large DR
3 Aerot State Road 230-A Only $4,990. property. House No. Bay Stately 2 story home" 606 W. Madison,

STARKE COMMERCIAL... 1 Acr. Lot (For Mobil. Homo) $2.990 { St. many rooms, control! heat, attic fan

Prime 2 acres on U.S. 301 with 180ft. frontage. Over 200 100 west $27,990 specious grounds with nice landscaping.
20 Acre. Hlway 10 Ac. with 10% Down.
sq ft. centrally heated and aired block building. Storage Mortgage ''enc.120.9OO..ul...only
buildings, Over 9000 sq. ft. of concrete B parking! space FRULKNER 11 AcroB Hlway 301 North $22,500 4100...

$88.000 5 Aero. Hlway 301 North $12,490 30 plus Ac. lawtey Area Sailing price. ... .. ... ... .$25,0001
379 ft. of land on U.S. 301 with water I sewer $67,000will REALTY I 20 Acre ((1320 H. RR Front) $27.500 Evenings Please calf
Vernle P. Odam BrokersGRI.
4 station beauty parlor. Th. Looking' Glass ,hon_,".1416
Starke Plata. Present owner will remain as operator Only 2305 N. Temple Ave. Some Acreage A* Llttl Pearl Andrews 944-7739 Most everything SOLD.we touch turns to

$'.000 which Includes $8000 worth of equipment and 944-759
As $50 Down L. G. Dan
stock 3 BR,1 Bath from. $12,500.00. Excellent Terms. LIVE LUXURIOUSLY In this Impressive executive family

. :;t" .. .. h home nestled on .n acre In the country near Crosby lakeon
I KINGSLEY LAKE Brick duplex with 90 ft. on water Edwards Road This all
quiet electric
2BR. 1 Bath only $9,000.00 : spacious Cloy
I S86.SOO. h -jj'j; !7jQntu / Coop homo .hat 3 bedrooms, t both.. family room with

2 BR, 1 Bath only' 7500.00 Good Terms MOVINGOUT fireplace. fully ea/ripped kitchen with eating area .
COUNTRY CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR, 3 bath double private dining room large foyer 'leading Into the living'

garage with utility 80700. 2 BR. 1 Bath CB, workshop t rental cottage price |lust room. double" ....... patio with outdoor fireplace' .

,reduced. storage bldg paved driveway attractively landscaped
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. I bath block with 16.32 pool on ORMOVING .fenced..S49.900..
14 acres 48000. 2BR. 1 lath Family'' roam corpus A/C Southgate. Immaculate -

$18,500.00. Roberts IMAGINE $13.0001 Neat at a pin home at 620 W. Adklnt
WALDO 2BR block CMA In town $24.000. .
St. stove refrio. other furniture' city gas pretty treat ,
LAWTEY Garage 30 x 50 ft. with bays and .mall office 2 5R. 1 Beth clean' A neat. 2I Real! Estate shrubbery storage bldg carport security chain link

bldg. 345 It. frontage on US 301 $33,400. 3 Acre with 3 bedroom homo Hampton area. UP? fence.. $,000 down 8. owner finance 10000. at 8% Interest.

6 68 ocr. with 351 ft. on US 301 10 x 40 furnished mobile I 3 Bedroom 2V4 aero land very nice Central Heat t Air, 964-7828 886 N. TempleNice
home with awning and chain link $20,000 ownai Mobile Home $37,500.00 _____. HONEY FOR MONEY Only I% years old 3 BR 2 I Central .

'financed, double wide on Rolford Rood, 1 acre 'lot. 3 BR, 2 B. heat carport paved driveway.conveniently locatednear
LOTS t ACREAGE in four counties! I 11 I 2 Bedroom t Bath, could' close In porch far 3rd Bedroom Ads GetResults shopping center yet hes suburban atmosphere

Including, acres I up Lowt.y area. : stone exterior with 4 beautiful acre of 'land,workshop Bgarage. large frame dwelling on 3 acres with 2 mobile home rentals 610 Milton. Terrace.

j I Owner financed, $3,000 per acre. excellent buy.
opportunity to live In an

; Beoutilul,/ wooded lots for homes 'In restricted' area $2,200 $ acre pasture lend high A dry. Brick home with pool In city on dead end street, 4 BR, 2% established. prestige area at a price you con afford early

{I and S3.000 with 29% down. 5 years on balance at 9'/i' %. B, large lot, many extras. availability two .large nicely furnished, apartments plus'
land 4 with few trees.Wo .
high dry .
10 acres pasture furnished' cortege over on acre Owner financed.
7.11 Acres Equity I Assum.9'4% mtg! $17,200.
still have property on Block Creek.t Green Acres-Brick homo on 'large lot with pecan trees, 3 $50.000.

36.35 acres 1340 ft. US 301 Good Investment at BR, 2 B, large out building.
on -
ATTRACTIVE HOME I 12 ACRES On (... 22S CI homo 3
$54.500 20 to 29% down 15 yrs. at 8%% Bedroom,.1 bath .homo on Sampson lake
, Huge frame homo on 2 acre lot In laka Sutler.Graham 2I. BR S B) CHBA. Irving room dining room family room

... 160 Acres good rolling land paved rood frontage at on Crosby lake restricted area. Broker Owner screened In patio forage. .Urge utility room. > $".000.

ly $1,000 per acre will split. area 1 and 2 acre tots on graded rood farms
Mini Storage IB unit with little' or no __Io. et all available' SHOWCASEPROPiRT.ES.INC. INVESTMENT-344 W. Cell St. 108 S. Boy f 114 Boy St.. 118
MANY MANY OTHERS DON BE SORRY YOU rimes also 600 So. Ft. afftao space extra let with plenty Bay St. Homo with apt plus garage apt. furnished all

, DIDN'T CALL)"I 111 I I et parking.. 80 ac'.'.mostly cleared paved rood frontage Union rented conveniently located. 55000.

Y County between Ralford and Lake Butler. '
"WI SELL THE EARTH -'AND EVERYTHING ON mill I I' large Service Station with nice, office space B extra Realtor LOSING GROUND TO REFLATION INVEST 'IN THESE

I building oa 1 acre lend.Equipment. Included. pumps could' Very nice 2 IR. 21. CB on paved rood. central heat and BRADFORD' COUNTY BARGAINS,
EVtNINGSlRalp be replaced. Sell I or Loa... air, Crystal Lake homo .It... Box 1338
> P. Bryan Realtor K.ylton.l1gts 32690 COMMERCIALS
9''.'201 Lillian C Ie.r.a Old Sunoco Station. with tome equipment. 218 ......... Double wide. CH/A on permanent foundation,'acre lot, Store ft opts. en Ml 127.'" Owner fin.
Srelrerus' on Ml, could have go* allowance to go with tho sole.. added out building Whispering Pine. .7 .90:) 7000 .... ft. CB bug. on Rd. 14W .lease or sell
rear porch
Wayne /. Douglas' i Office Manager Greet property acres* Holiday Inn $130.000.
Broker/Salesman Nke let beside To-Reno Motel ISO fro....... Seven Acre with fishing Ml next to TerwiIl..gar Realty SM.OOO.
wide MH 1 acre lot. front porch added outbuilding
4 944-4493 Single on pond. barn and house. 13 acre en Ml Morgan. Rd. $19,000 Owner flu,.
,I Let .* how yen our Mobile Homo Pork. we hove for Solo.Wo |had off 301 south of Starke.I Starko, $41,000.Reduced 3 ... on Cap St. .loose or tell. .
David /. Dyef.Associate Judo Moody I large hens end rental cettege Madison 22500.
Associate Associate .hove M.M. lot. I .lot for home.. ail. HI today for .In- .'/i ocr.. of land off For.rth Rood, no improvements, 2 iota. on CaN ... Owner

448-1115 944-MI1 9644143 .ernsNlom. Bead .land, .. House In ,,.. complex 301 g.... coos flaw "'.000 Owner..

Crystal lake HomeSite 1
Nice 2% Acre .lot (2)). Piling house with added porches. Ofl A, approx.>> 10 oeras 523.000.Hampton. FLORIDA HOMISiM
of mostly cleared land Strawberry Acres. Acre B. Meet home en .... II will divide.

Beautiful letting with pecan fig pear I etc. 10 acre. ";'1" $23.500 ........ shop. 18x14. en pretty acre.
nice 3 BR 2 Both fenced 8 cress fenced 2 bam, most InImproved : SIR IB frame very nice. 2 Irame out buildings double. CB Building Energy efficient BBR2B CHIA Searing St. \

BfIOCATWNSERYICE posture.B CB garage recently built, CB office with AC on 1.7 Acres Commercial $30,000.Just Attractive ranch borne JSR J8 Pratt

,INC. outside clty Nice homo, trotter, fish ,."., garage Rd. lOOf.
acre. Hwy 22J. prteecl at $2,700.00 per one. lilt"COMMEIICIAL.301" $9000. Same en W. AA..... Owner Financed"

loin H.'P.ulknatJeeker. north with Building.BJcbera'Roberta opened'*. 20 eeeuttfut $27400 Ocolo block on Lake St. pretty ground.

Susan M. Befcken. 'ReettorjTvenlng 1 ,aceu .blue. .I... a- Deluxe MH o* Eucil* Epperson St. '.

......... A suclateer Sf,800 up.ante.eld .

+ e tr R1AITOR ASSOCIATES Judith ftyneiPatty Three one acre lot. et Country Out Owner Fin,
Irene Peulkner-BVo.. 94-8142 I Axis Godwin SlkoM "house-In Storks Beeutffuf let 133 x 250" ...... fU.Hampton .

t Veda M.........1_.9444944Julie Jehnlenfferd WintemCanositactile 30000. Oek. $7800Bente
L.GrlffI......,...74ft I i--c- Spry Fa lke lot $14.500. .


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Phone Terry at 7 p.m. Special Music at 7:45: p.m. Pastor James Parrish.Nrtbld until
7Z-3MO The Church Orchestra tentatively Baptist: Sunday School daughter Saturday Mrs. noon. Her graod- vale returned to her home InJacksonville of their parents, Mr. and MIL
Church. Activities started Thursday night at 7 p.m. with 10 a.m. Worship Services) 11 a.m. and Drought freer home Jennie Lou Green on Saturday alter spending Fleam Starling.
Church .f God: Sunday School 10 the rhythm and strings sections getting 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting noon on Saturday at three weeks with her son-Maw Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly attended
a.m. Wonhlp Services 11 a.m. and 6 together for practice. Still lOok- Wednesdayat 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Pearl Dobbs and daughter. Col. and Mrs. Win.Wilson. the annual meeting of the Sapp;!
p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE ing tor violins, cello, etc. The horn Smyraa Missionary Baptist: Sun- afternoon spent Sunday Cemetery Association at ftaiford an
with her in-laws, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wiikison
section will be .
Wednesday at 7 p.m. starting soon. day School 10 a.m. Worship ServIces Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Saturday.Mark
EveriCf" Baptist' : Sunday School Special prayer from 7 p.m. midnight 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Unionat Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman and son Robby and Mr. and Mrs. Starling and son Suan. and
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and was held Friday night for schoolchildren. Q:15 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- a birthday for gave Daniel Wiikison and daughter Dana daughter Sherra, of G.iDNvtUeMItt .
IPTraining Union p.m. Prayer Have a SAFE AND HAPPY day at 7:30 p.m. Andrew Crews party their grandson, of Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner Tuesday dinner guests of his parents, :
Meeting Wednesday at 7 year in the Bradford County Schools. Highland Baptist Sunday School on his 3rd birthday on guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Stirling.
p.m. Saturday afternoon.
Faith : Radio Program United Methodist Women met at the 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mr. His great grandparents Donald Wiikison Sr Mr. and Mrs. Arle Blevin, of .
WPXE Stare AMH90. FM106, a home of Mrs. Hubert Priest on August and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes his great, and Mrs. R.E. Altwater, Col. and Mrs. Win. Wilson spent Lenox Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Obed
a.m. SUnday Bible School 10 a.m. 21 with 11 members and Rev. Love day at 7 p.m. Bowman, and grandmother.his Mrs. R.W. Wednesday to Friday at Satellite Pauley Mrs. Ola Starling, Mrs.
Worship Services 11 m.m. and 0:30: present. Mrs. Wilma WainwrightcaUed Lara Baptist: Sunday School 10 Shirley Derrick aU great 01 aunt Mrs. Beach with Col. and Mrs. Rubin Elnora Privett, Mrs. Pauline DeVore.
Prayer the meeting to order. It was Jacksonville Moody Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Solze Jr..
p.m. Meeting Wednesday 8:30: opened a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and were and and;;
p.m. Pastor Elder A.E. Massey. with prayer by Rev. Don Love. Devotional 7:30 p.m. Mens Prayer Meeting Tues Mrs. Steve Crews parents Mr. TMC Wayne and Mrs. Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Grady M. Pauley and .
First Baptist! Sunday School 9:43 was given by Mrs. Ellen White. day 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- were and sister Melody and daughter, Kristin of Charleston Stuart, Rev. and Mrs. Charles Starling .
Mrs. Truby Wainwright the present.Mr. S.C. spent the weekend with their and Mr. and Mrs.
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and gave program day'at 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. Earl Troxetl family, Larry ,;
7:30: p.m. Training Union 1:30 p.m.. from the book "Women of the Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday two weeks with their spent parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs. Norman Mrs. Ann Starling and son :
Bible". It was about the life of son-in-law and They celebrated Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Derrick and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: the School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 daughter Greg Sherry Starling, ,
p.m. Mr. and
three unnamed Mrs. Craig Carrolland Mn. Mike Dobbs, and Kristin Gustaf.son' '
Grace United Methodist: The Sunday women in Jesus' life. a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting family of Boca and Mike of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mae
School has undergone some The meeting was then turned over to Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor, Charlea Mr. and Raton. birthdays all together on Satur Miller, Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Verl
changes. 9:45: is starting time of Rev. Don Love who talked about the Starling. Mrs Talmadge Kelly of day. August 23. Best and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
needs of our church and asked for Tallahassee, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hlgginbotham. and Elaine '
classes and 10:25 a.m. will be EARLY our Morgan Road Baptist Sunday their brother Wayne Murray Hampton -
CHURCH for children. Worship Ser cooperation. The meeting then adJourned School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 and Mrs. Morris and sister-in-law. Mr. of Maxvllle. spent the weekend at ; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rosier and
vices II a.m. Praise Service at 7 p.m. and a delicious luncheon was a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union p.m. Mrs. Ben Kelly. their trailer here. On Sunday they attended Cheryl of Lake City; Mr. Paul
Sunday evening served by Mrs. Priest assisted by McCully flew to Louisianaand the birthday and anniversaryparty Fisher, attended the 93rd birthday
7:45 Prayer Meeting
p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. she and
Mrs. her daughter Mrs. at Blue Grass Park and
Wilma enjoyed of
Methodist Youth Fellowship 1 Wainwright Pastor, James Parrish. party Mrs. R.H. Futch, and visited
p.m. Roden and children drove to barbecue chicken and ribs with Mr.
Sunday. Choir Highland Baptists Sunday School Landing at Kingsley
practice 7 Nortbslde Baptist Sunday School
Wednesday, and Prayer Meeting 8p.m. 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Calif., where they visited James Waters. Mr. Buford Higgln- Lake on Sunday afternoon, August 26.
McCuUey's brother-in-law and
and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- botham. of Maxvtlle and Mrs. Joyce
The Wednesday.Thrift day at 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat sister Mr. and Mrs. Sid DeYoung. Scheme!, of Jacksonville. They Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Olive and their
Shop still has some good Laura 7:30 p.m. From there she visited her brother celebrated their birthdays the BlueGrass sister-in-law Mrs. Ola Starling went
school clothes Baptist: Sunday School 10
: also mens and ladies bra a Missionary Baptist! Sun and
sister-in-law,Mr.and Mrs.Albert
items. a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Park. They also had an EXTRA sightseeing In St. Petersbyrg,
Open 2.5 p.m. on Saturday. day School 10 a.m. Worship Services Lizotte in Sacramento Calif.She then
7:30 Mens LARGE anniversary cake. Sarasota and other places of Interest
Call or come by the church and it will : p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Unionat flew to Chattanooga Tenn., where Mrs. Settle of
7 Tresca. Gainesville lately.
be p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
opened appointment
6:13p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday she and Mr.
McCulley visited their
at 7:30: was supper guest of her brotherinlaw Mrs. James Waters '
Mr. Estes is much improved and at 7:30: p.m. was on vacation
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lamb.
appreciated: the visits and prayers. Long Bridge Baptist Sunday From there and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Higgln-
School 10 a.m. Worship Services they came home. Lee on Sunday.Mr. botham and '
The Evening United Methodist 11 PersonalsMr. Frank family Fresno, Calif., .
Women will not meet Tuesday night a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of Wainwright, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Frank Starling and recently and she had the misfortune
because of a calendar conflict. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor, Charles Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner was mother a ,Sunday Mrs. Truby dinner guest of his family, of Bryceville, and Mr. and to fall on a rock and broke her ankle.

The next Fellowship Supper for the Starling. guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mabel Boyette Wainwright, of Jackson- of Mrs. Robert Starling and son David She arrived home on Sunday, August I
Morgan Road Jacksonville were Saturday dinner 26.
entire church will be the second Sunday Baptist Sunday Arlie Dobbs
night In September (9th). Gathering School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Mrs. Fred Moore went with her son-
time Is 8 p.m. The meal promptly a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Tom Casey to visit her daughter and
family Mr. and Mrs:Seeb Andrews In ]Hampton HiLitesby
I. a WUdwood. Mrs. Andrews took her to
Tampa to visit her sister Mrs. Cecil Senior Citizen classes at Santa Fe Community Col-
Wade. While there she visited her The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Dolores Meal lege.Miss
Attention Parents brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and will hold their first meeting of the Fall Phone MS-ltlS Kitten Hull, a student at the
Mrs. Bruce Boyer and her In-laws, season on Friday September 7, at University of Florida Is observing In ,
Mr. and Mrs. C.Y. Mayo. Also her 2:00: p.m. All Interested people 55 friend Rob Spitz.. He invited other Mrs. Denmark's 6th grade class for '.
lednnletes brother and sister-in-law, Elder and years of age and over are invited to friends Billy Bauldree Darren several weeks. .
\ d\\O a- Mrs. George Boyer,of Plant City.Her attend for an afternoon of socializing. Whitehead and Frank Sheffield for
daughter Mrs. Seeb Andrews hot dogs and other refreshments LUNCII MENU
\\ brought her home on Friday after an Golden Wedding Anniversary which Included a decorated cake say Sept. 4-7
CbtiSlaQual overnight visit with her. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton plan a log "We will miss you Rob" and MONDAY St*.Ji, Labor D.y. School Holiday
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Flitch of celebration on September in observation holding a picture of a motorcycle.Rob TI'CSDAY..Cram"M.._4.,Peach Saltatauor Half.Siaak.Roll. Milk.MaahadPouion.
Starke visited their aunt Miss of their 50th wedding anniver will be attending the Middle WEDNESDAY. ....*. li Tuna Salad.. CarrMSUcka. ....
Elizabeth Terry, on Tuesday night. sary. They are inviting all friends to School this year while his long time .__III.S+'IIma.Cherry CoIb..... Milk .
We Have A Few Openings In Julian Dobbs of Raif ord spent Mon- join them at the City Hall on Saturday friends are spending their 7th gradeat THURSDAY, Brawn Rica., feat OraN. ti Fried Wtdiia.thk'km.Btaeuil.GrmiBaana Milk

day afternoon with his uncle and aunt, .from 3-6 p.m. for the celebration. Hampton Elementary. After swimming ".IP""."pt. ft Corn Dogi,Col*a.......Bak d
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. and playing football, the boys Ban. Frull Cu*Mr.Milk
Kindergarten Thru 5th Grade Friends of Mrs. Gayle Todor of Condolences enjoyed a movie in Gainesville
Orange Park regret to learn that her Sympathy extended to Mrs. D.B.
son,Scott was bitten by a Pigmy Rattler Stone on the recent death of her Visiting
on Friday and Is in Intensive father Mr. Ed Cobb in Belmont Mr. and Mrs. Kenny McClure and SFCC Fall Term
Care at Orange Park Hospital. Our North Carolina. Bill, Betty and Lori children, Kasey and Ryan,from Tampa .
Call 964-6490 For Information prayers are with him. returned home Saturday after attending arrived Saturday night for a visit
Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Jr., and the funeral and spending one with her family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Registration Today
family carried lunch and enjoyed week with relatives there. Meng, other family members and
bathing at Strickland's Landing at friends. Phyllis and the children Registration for the Fall Term at
Starke Christian SchoolStarke Kingsley Lake on Thursday.Mrs. Home Again stayed on for a visit while Kenny Santa Fe Community College SFCC sis
Johnny Jenkins, of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mowry and returned to Tampa Sunday evening. set for today, August 30th from 8:00:
ville /visited her mother. Mrs. O.J. children Greg and Donna havereturned a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Final registrationwill
Fla. Anders on Thursday morning and she home following threr weeks Hampton Elementary News be next Tuesday and Wednesday
returned home with her and stayed camping and sightseeing They Labor Day Holiday the 4th and 5th of September from-
traveled to the Cherokee area Students and school personnel will 8:00: a.m. to 1:00: p.m. There will also. >
.p d--:. ; .. Virginia. West Virginia and observe Monday, September 3, as a be special evening registration on.
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,. '. n Maryland.., Each year. they visit' Labor Day holiday .1 Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00 ,:
.historic Civil War battlegrounds and "*"" p.m. to 8:00: p.m.
: "/ Will Declare War On Thieves Who this year they saw museums and battlefields Adult Education Students may register for all Santa
,' they had not previously..... Adult Education classes at Hampton Fe classes, including (the 12 offered at- .
Before returning to school Donna and Elementary School will be given Starke as well as those at the main :
Are Our On Greg spent some time with their beginning September 10 from 7 until campus in Gainesville. No appoint
Plaguing City Night grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H.D. 10 p.m. for all adults Interested In improving ment Is necessary. Fall Term runs
Howell In Panama City.VWtori education. from September 3th through ;"
Miss Claudette Peterson will be December 13th. .'
BreakIns"QUOTE teaching reading writing and math Credit classes offered In Starke include -
.' Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith of for all levels of learning. She may be one day time offering of J
Jacksonville and Mr.and Mrs. Calvin contacted at the school, phone Religion In America on Monday and :.
( FROM JIMMY BOWEN IN .... ..> '. ,. Richard of Ocala recently visited 468-1212, for any further information. Wednesday at 1:45 p.m. Other classes 3

: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, AUG. 30, 19731) their parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald This schooling, Including books, Is are Principles of Accounting I, t
,. '.- ''', IF Adkins. They were enroute home free of charge Florida History, College Composition j
; from vacationing around the Gatlln- Introduction to the Humanities Fund. ;
HE DELIVERED ; burg Tennessee, North and South School Personnel of Physical Science, Principles of :5
Carolina. mountain areas. Principal Connie Clark and all Mathematics General Genetics and '.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prevail school personnel were pleased with Evolution, Introduction to Logic :
Crime In Starke Is DQV/N 30% To 40% visited their grandparents. Mr. and the good attendance and behavior the General Psychology, Introduction to ;

Mrs. Gerald Adkins.last week. Peggy first few days of school. the Old Testament,
Crime nationally Is UP Appr. 34% spent some time with them before Teachers this year are: Communications, The Social
returning to their home in Bradenton Kindergarten Mrs. Noelle Silk; 1st Sciences. *
while Walter was conducting a class grade Mrs. Jean Clark; 2nd. Mrs. For more Information, stop by then
at the Univ. of Florida. Joyce McMillan; 3rd Mrs. Arlene Starke SFCC office open Monday 'hr'!j f
Re-Elect Rich: 4th'Mrs. Mindy McLean; 5th Friday, from 8:00: a "' nt. or r.
Hampton Lake News Miss Claudette Peterson; 6th Mrs. phone 964-5382. i
h Happy Birthday E.W. Hodges Ernestine Denmark; 7th Mrs.
JIMMY+ celebrated his birthday Saturday at Carole Stevenson Title I .. Mrs. ******* .
the Western Steer Steak House when Earselene Zimmerman Librarian
relatives and friends Joined him for Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth Service iii, I
BOWENYourFullTime an evening of good eating and fun Physical Education and Reading
there. Specialist .. Mrs: Kathi Ledbetter; ., I
Mrs. -Evelyn Bauldree celebratedher Secretary Mrs. Lucy Hodges; Pvt. Keith II. K ;;:
: birthday Special Education Mrs. DebbieBigham Completes Bail, .
set daughter Teresa, cookedadeliciousspaghetti ; Music every Friday.. Billy FORT JACKSON, ;
Chief Of Police dinner for the family and McRae; Teachers Aides Roger Rich Pvt. Keith H. Kelly. > ,
they enjoyed a nice decorated cake.Happy Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth and Mrs. Taylor Route 1, 3U :
Birthday to Ruth Meng on Dolores Meng. Cafeteria Manager completed basic tra :
; August 291 Mrs. Blonnie Derkman. assisted by Jackson, S.C. ?
HEKEEPSHIS hlSi'j: Mrs. Ruth Paladin; Mrs.Tina Wood- the traninMreceive t
Farewell Party ward is assisting In the cafeteria Instruction ;
.:, -+ Kenny Crawford entertained Saturday while Mrs. Neva Williamson is on a ceremonies, weapons < ,,g';
PROMISESJimmy at the home of his parents. land temporary leave of absence. Mr. tactics military cowrata".ary:
Mrs. Harold Crawford In the Sidney Dell will serve as school custothan justice first aid, and Army history:
form of a Farewell Party for his when Steven Earnest returns to and traditions. :

Bowen promised be would operate the Police Departmentwithin .

the budget. He Inherited a deficit, but has eradicated that ; I-I.1
deficit and la now operating within the budget. lie keeps his :,;

prom el. Jimmy Bowen baa attended several seminars. in Law 11x14Natural .1 Jr'.

Enforcement. Hi. knowledge and experience, combined with these t 'f

'. new methods of dealing with crime equdpts him better, to get the Color taY.

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Debbie Meyer and Jon Friesen Engagement Told !bJY Lisa Ekard and .f Greene Leaving ,

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Meyer ,nnounce 1i (from page TA) Donald G. Kelly Post
the engagement of their '11 Employment

daughter I>Debbie to John Friesen ton Attending the Greg Reddish Plan Dec. 15 Wedding 1 1r
of Mr and Mrs Ernest Friesen of
Jeanne Fleenor
wedding Saturday 1ftLake
R.S. (Bob) Greene head of the
Fr .. ,
Mankato. Minnesota at an open Worth were Dolph Reddish and
Starke office: of the Florida State..'I
house celebration 29 In their Mr.
August son. Mark. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Service: for the
home at Park of the Palms In and Employment past"
son Doug. Mrs. P.O. Reddish several Is leaving that to '
Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish, become years financial post "
Debbie and Jon will both be return Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reddish Mr. and a
ing to college\ at the Pensacola Chris Mrs. John Arthur Reddish. Mr. and Greene 32.was surprised with a goIng -

tian College at Pensacola on Mrs.George Flynn Jr. Miss Theresa t4 the away employees party given of the Tuesday Employment night
September 4. i Gaskins, Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett by
Service from Starke and Gainesville.
Debbie Is a Nursing major and and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish. Iw'a'
Moving to Florida from
John is majoring In Commercial Art.
Greene work with the state
The MiIIJ Jean Mundy of Tallahasseespent began
couple are planning an August A employment service in Lake City. He
19HO wedding. last to
Friday with .
transferred to the .
was OrangeHeights
Bob Greene
her mother Mrs. W.B. Mundy.
office He opened the Stark j
In the old courthouse ..
office In 1973
Kari Smith of Gainesville Is
p.. .f her grandparents, Mr. and where he worked until as his promo interviewer
I. Smith this week. GF Official SpeaksTo employment supervisor succeeding to ,

Mrs. John Snead of Tampa was _. .:=" ..-D. Mr. and of Mrs Joe Bettis and 'Ve. I' ilWa RealtorsA Bob Barry.24 will be his last day on the
daughter St. Sepal
Tuesday overnight guest of Mr and Augustine were ,
Mrs. B.J. Eggers., Debbie Meyer weekend.guests of Mr. and Mrs. V J.Spengler. # Greene Is going to work as a financial -

.- dinner-meeting attended by approximately planner for A.L. Williams ft
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Eskridge of 42 members and a Associates of Gainesville. He will.
Orlando spent the weekend with Mr Joe Stewart and Ted Becker of of the Bradford- .
Mrs. special guest speaker work In north Florida and, for the
and Mrs. Homer Stearns. Mrs. L.A. Canova sister Washington.D.C.spent Wednesday to
returnedlast Union Real Estate Board was held at time being continue to live on his._
of Seminole with Joe's
Blanche Otto Monday mother Mrs Ekard the Holiday Inn In Stake Thursday farm on Brownlee Road. ,.
Tuesday from two weeks trip to Arlene Sapp at Kingsley Lake. Donald :
Vo' For t IlcChorUt Kelly Aug. 18Guelt ,
and visiting J
Indiana Maryland
Schoefer speaker Harold Davis
Your City Commlitlon friends and relatives. They also participated Mr. and Mrs. John Eggers and Announcement Is made of the branch manager of Guaranty FederalSavings ... ... .... 11II.-V
of Clncin-
2 at the University family Conyers Ga. were Sunday engagement and approaching mar It Loan Association of
en Soptombe Group II I nattl Elderhostel program for a week. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.J. riage of Lisa Michele Ekard of Gainesville said approximately 20
Eggers. Their son. Ronnie returned Gainesville daughter of Mrs. of tans approved within the
home with his parents after a weeks Virginia Ekard and the late James
last were made mov
? Ekard of Starke to Donald Glenn Kelly ing into year Starke from other by persons areas. The .
visit.Mr. of Gainesville son of Mr. and Mrs.
for the influx of out.oftownpeople.
and Mrs.Troy C. Cook of Cocoa D. Sr. of reason
George Kelly Lawtey.
he said. Is they are seeking to ..
were Monday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. The wedding Is planned for ,
electe"'P leave the big city environment and
> R.C. Buford. Mr. Cook was former December 15 at the First Baptist
move Into a more rural area.
manager of the Starke Coca-Cola Co. Church in Starke.
Loans have been restricted to, ( 1.
during Miss Ekard and Mr. Kelly both owner-occupied; single families this
graduated from Bradford High past he said because these are
In old Scandinavia it was
She graduated In 1977 and is
the loans. the lowest
prime They are
thought that rowan tree
Servicemen currently a senior at the University of
risk loans and the most needed by
branches placed over the
Florida majoring in Health Educa
tion. people.In door would keep the
Pfc.Charles other matters, president of the house safe from witch.
v. Hall Mr Kelly graduated from BUS In
board Cecilia *f
*.1' : Terwillegar > Ter--
v. nrfMernalloaal March
1975, graduated from Florida Junior thanked the
VernonSILCOX willegar Realty
NIJMEGEN Netherlands, Aug. 2C
College In Jacksonville in 1978 and is members for
Pfc.Charles W. Hall' son of Mr. and currently a senior at the University of attending REALTOR
and "The
Mrs Quitmon W. Hail proudly added.
; Waldo, par- Florida majoring in
ticipated in the International Four- have traditionally stood for the
Day Marches recently at Nljmegen, highest ethics" in the real estate .

City Commissioner Netherlands. business.Members of the board include: ?
Hall Is regularly assigned as an am- Vice President Ralph Bryan 4-HNews
munition bearer with the 509th Infantry I Secretary Susan Faulkner and
Group 4 In Vicenza Italy. Treasurer Delano Thomas. Over 180 4-H'ers converged on the
l' Members of the Board of Directors State Capitol to participate In the
United Pen tecosial HAil would be well if include Vernie Odom. Lillian Pearson Florida 4-H Legislature said Lowell
there were no buts:' Jane Usher and Paul Faulkner. Parrish Extension 4-H Agent.
8 Years ExperienceHe Church German Proverb Bradford County 4-H'ers who at-
tended were Deborah Green Brooker
4.H Club; Lynn Waters Hampton 4-H
It An Honor And A PrivilegeTo 2M N.Waters St
Considers Club; and Carlton Jones Lawtey 4-H
Pastor.Rev.O.L.Wells Car Wash and Wax to be Held SaturdayA Club who assumed the roles of lob

byists. Serving as representative was
Serve You Wednesday.7:30 p.m., Bible Study Drew Andrews. Brooker 4-H Club.
car wash and wax will be held Developmental Disability Service Act The
teenagers participated in a
Youth Service.
Friday 7:30 ,
p.m. Saturday.September 1 from 9:00: a.m. grant funds from the state of Florida.If model legislature session completewith
Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated Sunday 10 a.m.. Sunday School; to 4:00: p.m. in the parking lot of. Community the "match grant" monies are not legislators lobbyists committee
7:30: p.m., Evangelistic Service. State Bank. raised the group may be forced to meetings floor debates informal
Pd Pol. Adv. Paid For By Vernon Silcox Sponsored by the men of Lawtey close down its operations on bying and roll-call votes. The
Full gospel preaching and teaching.. Unlimited, precedes from the wash September 30, 1979 leaving the four chambers of the 'Florida..House of
and wax will be donated to a local program teen children that It currently has Representatives and House Committee -
that serves handicapped enrolled without local services. rooms provided a real life setting.
1904 children in Bradford and Union Counties ; The goal of the program is to Identify "The purpose of this short course is
known as Homebound Interven and serve handicapped children for 4-H'ers to better understand and
tion.The from birth through four years of age appreciate the workings of state
parents and staff of the program with physical speech and occupa government,"'said Dr. J. J. Brasher ,.
are currently trying to raise tional therapies as well as providing Assistant Dean of 4-H and QUor'I( \
$ .740 in order to continue receiving homebound instruction to the parents Youth Programs atf the University of
c, Florida's Institute of Food and
1- Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) The
delegates had an actual experience in
\ DWIGHT SLATERS the way laws of the state are made ,
had an opportunity to meet several i
\ state officials and to visit.several
state buildings while in Tallahassee.The .
Food & Scat b.S. 301 S. short course ended with a
recognition banquet Thursday night
7 A.M. 12 P.M. A Walnut St. where the outstanding 4-H lobbyistsand

legislators were recognized.The .
w 7 s COKE, Florida 4-H Legislature is con-
ducted by the Florida Cooperative
"OT03RQt *I J9 OR PEPSI Extension Service. More information
about 4-H and the 4-H program in this
;' I e 02. $ 29 Tax area can be obtained by writing or \

Tired of P use Tax ADep.Borden's calling 964-6280, Bradford County Ex- .,
tension 4-H Office P.O. Drawer 1028
AU BRANDS BIER Starke Florida 32091.
ti sleepless nights? 4-H is a program of the Florida Extension
IS9 ''400 Caa Service and is open to.all Individuals -

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Tigers in Hawthorne Jamboree Friday... tee PRe '211 ,!


., i Eight New Coaches on Area Grid Staffs... tee PRe SBIn


_D-'., ,,.u.. ""-hill. ...'..... _._" .. --. -, f K, ..-,..--. ... juris* Cripple Defense Sexton Sara !

Keystone's Indian ",et up" during a practice teuton.KIIIIS practice sessions in preparation for the Ii7 season opener I
I at Hawthorne The first order or business to tonight's Jam.borce. .,/ Tornadoes Meet Santa Fe Buchholz
hat gone Into full gear for two week of contact ,,!",7: .:\ \

In Tonight'* Jamboree at Hawthorne > f :: .; : In Gainesville Jamboree, Tonight i

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I. : .
KHHS Roles rip for Grabs Bradford High's Tornadoes will get
Starting a look at the competition In the new
District 5-AAA setup at the Fall Jamboree -
i In Gainesville tonight Thursday
Keystone' Indians will get their tuneup before next weekend's first coaches" Valentino said. "There's a August 30, one day earlier than wau v sail
first outside test of the fall when they high school games. Action start at lot of positions on this team that are previously announced.
take Gainesville P.K. and 7:30 still wide and lots of
on Yonge p.m.Keystone open, players The Jamboree was moved up to
Class."A" Bell tonight In one quarter Head Coach Pete Valentino fighting for those positions. tonight after being scheduled: for Fri
Fall Jamboree clashes at Hawthorne sees the jamboree as a chance for "The jamboree is a HtUe more thanan day night but nothing else has chang
High. players to prove themselves."We intersquad game but a little less ed. It still will open on Florida Field in
The Hawthorne Hornets round out want the jamboree to be a learning than a regular game for us. Naturally Gainesville at 7:30 p.m. with the Tornadoes -
the jamboree with each team playingtwo experience for the players,and adecisionmaking we want rem a learning ex kicking things off against Santa -
quarters in the final outside : experience: for the perience. really pointing Fe's Raiders. The Tornadoes will b, y,

.. ,... !" t.1': { ".."- ........}.' N ...,-- "'-: 1\aII\ towards September 7 (the season accept: the kickoff in the second l
r YmG i //t! opener against Hawthorne on the quarter against the Bobcats of
Hornets field). U we win two quarters Gainesville Buchholz. Also on hand
in the Jamboree or get two shutouts will be Gainesville Eastside and
that'd be great" but that's not ourprimary Gainesville High School leaving only
goal. Live Oak-Suwannee of the new
Asked to look at the competition district setup absent. Eastside and ,, ;y weer
r sad Valentino rated P.K. Yonge a CHS will meet in the third quarter '% i
District 4-AA opponent "a good test" Santa Fe and Eastside in the fourth, d
while saying Bell as i the smallest and CHS and Buchholz in the fifth."We're .
school in the four-team Jamboree, not getting ready for the
"has everything to win and nothing to jamboree we're getting ready for
lose. Macclenny (the Se t. 7 opener at
"PK and us have a pretty*good Bradford Stadium/) said BUS Head
rivalry going and we look}pretty4ven- Coach David Hurse before practicing
ly matched We beat >nu djthe I 'after the first day of school Monday.
w Scoreboard in the Spring Jagtporee: 'As usual,Tornado boss downplays -
'c but they dominated the play against the Importance of jamboree play.
us so that might fire them up. ',"We'll practice through the week Just
V< "We don't have anything to gain like we usually do and the jamboree
playing Bell. Anything can happen In will have to take care of itself Thurs
one quarter and you know they'll be 'day night. We don't have time to do
up Thursday night since they're play- anything special to get ready for It.
ing two Class AA teams. "We're fortunate in that we've
As for the Indians themselves -played Santa Fe in the last four jamborees -
Valentino said he and new coaches or so and they play the same
Bob Smith and Rich King have been defense as we do...and,we've worked
pleased with workouts t houbaa the split-40 scheme into our defense :

..;.1.4,.,... .. I,? } harrpered the.lndia ..whjch Buchholz.use We won't.have. JuaW,4itrt rb-rfe BillGoa&tJ*Jbelng counted onto a44 a passing thrrat, .1
sessions of fate."KHS' practiced' "
Iff make any special pre etaUonl. the Tornado"offense this yeahIn
through the rain Monday night after a., .. ........ .....u... ,

..- ,- ---" picture-taking"We're in good session.shape," the coach BUS reserved seat season tickets the Spring Jamboree in June the have seen virtually no practice actionin
are on sale for $15 for the five home Tornadoes lost 7-0 to Santa Fe before pads and missed workouts Monday.
Indian Sam Sibley at left half-speed tackles a tea mate during the first week of noted. "David McKormick relnjured by contacting Mrs. Wanda
two-a-days. his knee and II through for the year games falling to Eastside's Rams 8-0 in Senior linebacker Danny Hildcbran is
Prevatt the front office.
\ but otherwise we've stayed clear of at ovetlme. out with an ear injury that was
so far. "Fans ought to buy season"tickets This time around Injuries may worsened in practice 'last week,
I Injuries Well take a look at a lot of players early to insure a good seat, Coach hinder the Tornadoes, especially on strong-side tackle Frank Swindell has
Thursday night. Different players David Hurse suggested. "Also last I defense where Defensive CoordinatorMike been sidelined with a muscle pull anda
will probably start the two quarters to would remind our fans that the Sexton has seen his thin ranks cold, and senior linebacker Timmy
Da Drap Inraar&gain give us a chance to see everybody In time Macclenny came here(they visit depleted since contact drills started. i Jones may miss the season because of
action." BUS In the season opener Sept. 8) "We've been totally decimated by illness.
Valentino said David Humor (Sr they had the student section filled up Injuries," Sexton moaned after prac.tlce "We've had to move people aroundto
155) will likely get the call at quarter- with fans before our people even got Monday. We lined up to work on fill .in spots," Sexton noted.
& Hau. back against PKY with Steve CorbettSr to the game. Tornado fans need to defense today and we had eight '"Jimmy Wright 4junior DE hasn't
( 158) and Billy Coursev (Jr 158) come "early and claim seats for that players to occupy the front seven practiced one day at defensive end..
behind him at the running beck slots. game. positions." since we put on pads."
Bell will see Scott Bannon (Soph 180) Individual game tickets will go for Three players who were considered Wright will have to go at linebacker
$2.50 for adults and$1.50 for students. sure starters entering fall practice tonight along with freshman Mark
calling signals with Walt Boney (Jr
Big Labor Day Weekend Sale 180) and maybe Shane Corbett (Jr
14$) at running back. Kenny Jennings
.(Sr 1M will man the wingback slot.
"Defensively and on the lines we'llplay
as many people as we can in the
Register For Free Drawing Saturday Jamboree." Valentino added. "We
won't have our lineup set until after :: j
Sept. 8 Your Choice Twin Bedspread orftny the jamboree.
Season tickets for the five KHHS
I home games are on sale for $12 and ra
Size Tablecloth available at the high school .4
Guarantee Federal and the Top of w f h + t?"
Great the Haystack In Keystone. > Y .:Vr
Specials On Used Furniture And Appliance Individual game tickets for home 1 :: JI
contests will be $2.50 for adults and i,, M .
$1.50 for students. ra'
Closed Monday For Labor Day "Our season tickets are awfully
reasonably priced when you consider
most high schools have gone to$3 per
game tickets," Valentino said


Labor Day aa 3' ; ,

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BUS Offensive Coordinator Mike Sexton watches his torn thinned by Injuries' and abaencea."Ii's d.i."-o..ur..I."In"g.g.-*!,. I
defensive front during a practice session last week. Sexton admits.
, Since, this,picture was taken the Tornado defense has
Crews. Swindell could be ready for:
.tackle duty along with'Jeff Lawson

, r + Beat The Heat OH The Last,Holiday Weekend with Ronald Kevin Mathews Reddish and at Bruce noseguard Kehberg and, :*

I Sam.thineili. At at DE Richard Smith arid Kenny
: flf The Summer. Etheridge are the likely cernerbaekx,
I I with soph Darryl Thornton, monster
, and. Mike Teuton at safety.

[ Buy Them Baked read Hurse': Eric Carroll probable at starting tight end lineup Allen
f Scott (called a "pillar of strength"
Queen 301 jSouth Hurael at one tackle with Ronald
Mathews and Ricky Grilfji sharing
Pie Cakes Cookies Doughnuts
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guard Johnny Bell and: HunterRauhoier .

1 f Special Feature This Weeka ,center a strong switching guard off duties between, Bill\:

.S Goodge at QB Mike Jordan'and John
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Hamilton at
pro-man wingback
; !.. and Kenny Clark at wtdeout.
Leve Em ""Hamilton has been a jack at all
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VW 0vm 0wrnt worked wideout,running back and'
safety... and he'U return kicks and'!

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Chief land, Newberry'AAA Favorite

Tough-; Jamboree Test for Union's Tigers Friday Buddy College Game. '

"We've got people wbo'D knock ''ffiJ.'" f'w .;I. t I rr '
your head oil" Tiger Head Football + Collings h: Wide Open ?
Coach Jimmy Thomas said of hi* }.'
gridden a* he ipoke 'to the Lake ,
Butler Rotary C>u.,Tue day, August j

28 The boys from Union County will Sports'Edltol

have to do Just that to come out ahead I r 11J IJlfllHL 11J.. I'
when they meet Chiefland and .
Newberry in the Fall Jamboree in ''
8" ,jrt ?
Chie and Friday. Aug. 31. The Ready or not. college football starts Just one week from Saturday with just
Tigers meet the Panthers in the third ? about everybody getting into the action Saturday, September.
quarter and face the host Indians in !' l i.u People are buzzing about the college game in Florida,what with Charley Pell
the fourth quarter. pumping new Ill. into Gator hearts, Bobby Bowden's FSU Seminoles appearing
Chieflana and Newberry are rated waded and Florida A & M coming off back-to-back national championship
along with the top teams years. Even some University of Miami folks are getting excited about football
In the new District 4-AAA set-up, with Howard Schnellenherger and his Dolphin coaching connection of Earl Mor-
which the Tigers play In. rail and Larry Seiple inheriting two straight recruiting coups. To add a light-
Several outatanding seniors returnto a ,F : r ;I hearted touch Is Southern College of Orlando the two year school which welcomed -
Chiefland's starting line-up, Including some 160 tryers to camp for Its first- ear football program
All-Suwsnnee Conference _1 On the national scene the talk is about balance No team went undefeated in'78
quarterback Lacy Anderson; second- f the NCAA folks like to point out, and relative newcomers to college grid power
team All-State tackle Will Hardee, I'. are rising to the top lust as Michigan State and Indiana State shot to prominenceIn
I h
335 Ibs; All-Suwannee Conference y
college basketball if not quite as rapidly.
Guard Rob Alexander:\ "'-!", 190 Ibs.; Prime examples 01 i this forecast of balance Is the Associated Press preseason
and third-team All-State tight end football poll which Included Purdue and Michigan State (formerly members of
James Rome 5'-U", mlba.Newberry' the "little" In the Big 10) in the top 10. Preseason magazines go a step further,
,new head coach Terrell Including names like Stanford and Florida State, pow derpuffs a short time ago,
Bass welcomes back a host of seniors, 4 with the use and Alabama's In national championship conversations
including a bevy of skill position 'fl n: Florida State is getting some support as a national contender,though most of it
playen. comes from within the state. Seminole boss Bobby Bowden has to remind eager
The Tigers don't seem to have their fans that undefeated last Just three
"nobody, nobody'went year" years ago
the ,though.They're .
winning Jamboree
eye on Bowden dame In to the 'Note camp talking about breaking .500 but-with 16
concerned with their
more P.K. starters and 45 of 52 lettermen back from last year's 8-3 team he has (fo talk in
first regular-season opponents those ternis. I
Yonge. whom they visit Saturday. New Gator( head man Charley Pell adds fuel to the fire with his recitals on the
Cititens Field in
Sept. 8 at good fortune in Tallahassee. "Nobody could have more good things happeningfor
Gainesville. 'k them in one year than FSU has this year," Pell has said often.
"We're not worried about the jam-
boree. We're not even thinking about J1N As for the Gators it almost seems a shame to start the season with enthusiasm
the Jamboree. We've got a deadline to running so high in UF circles.Credit Pell for surfacing the rampant Gator fever
meet. We're thinking about our first after the 4-7 disappointment of a year ago.
game with P.K. Yonge" Thomas exclaimed If Florida is as much stronger,smarter,and better as some say they'll qualifyfor
as he closely watched his comeback team of the year in college ball. 18 starters, and 45 of 54 letter win-
charges run through the drills earlier ners are back'so Pell's new staff certainly Isn't starting from scratch and UF had
this week. "You don't win championships Everything's up In the air In the preseason but Union night and open the season Saturday September. to be one of the best 4-7 clubs around.,If Florida State is 10-0 and the Gators are
playing Jamborees. We Just High's Tigers get Into action with the Jamboree Friday talking minor bowl late in the year the November 24 season-ender In Gainesville
want to let a lot of kids play in the will be World War III.
jamboree and see what we've got." desire to have 22 starting players. Junior quarterback David Barber Season tickets for the five Union
Thomas told Rotarians he's more That's quite an Improvement over is slated to start Friday night with County High School games are on sale In Miami the Hurricanes are definitely building from the wreckage of a
interested in seeing what each playercan last year, when there were only 22 Ed Varnes taking on the Job of running for $12.50 at the school front office. downtrodden grid program. A decent recruiting year after the superior one of
do than winning the Jamboree."We players on the team. There are 40 back. Yarns and Barber shared "The price is the same as last year 1977 make the 'Canes a bet for 1980 but they have some players now.
want to win the Jamboree, but kids on the roster this year. the signal-calling responsibility In the but we've replaced the old wooden
that's second-we want to play every Those players who haven't earned Spring Jamboree against Chiefland bleachers with aluminum bleachersIn Dropping down to football's I-A division Florida A& M looks to keep its run of
kid on our ball team." he said. place in the starting lineup are slated and Newberry In Newberry the reserved seat section," noted national titles going with 14 starters back. The Rattlers are: 23-J with two black
Lately, Thomas has stressed his for speciality teams. Tiger Head Coach Jimmy Thomas. national titles and the I-A title in hand for the last two years and even without QB
Albert Chester and TB Ike Williams are national contenders again.

Coordinators on KHBasketball Camp: ,

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"It Went Better Than We Expected""Fantastic "i.' S' .5

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much better than expected Don Wingate and Steve Porter returned and possibly expand to Green Cove preciation to the following local ': ., .:
," was the response of Directors to Keystone to help with the clinic. Springs and Orange Park. business for gift certificates and
Sherri Anthony and Mike Rossmeyer worked with the players Anthony and Wingate would like to financial support: Ducky's Department
Wingate to the success of the first an- on defensive maneuvers and fast thank Chris deBodisco for helping Store, Top of the Haystack Ace .
nual All-Star Basketball Clinic held in brake skills. Porter assisted the them and for keeping stats; the County Hardware Lake Dwellers Wharton's

the Keystone gym this past week. group In rebounding and dribbling, and Mr. Aligood for supplies and Chevron Station, Jackson's Building UNION,HIGH SCHOOL Oct. II Intt'rla'cht' II I
skills. for The
parents support. Supply, Farmer's Basket and
Four teams battled for first ina
tournament Saturday the place clinic'sfinal The clinic consisted of 28 participants They would also like to express ap Century 21 Real Estate. VARSITY FOOTBALL Oct. 18 Chienina" > II

session. Jazz, coached by Mike this year which Wingatesaid 1979 Oct. 25 Keystone lit*. II
was a "perfect number '. I
; we : "
Wingate Spurs, coached Don
; by would not have been able to handle
Wingate; the 76ers. by Sherri An- many more or teach them as much." 'JGAME..TIME: 8:00: .. ;...." .
thony and the Bullets by Lorraine Both Anthony and Wingate C, ;: Io!::'" .. .. I ,...." ->.>.J.
Rossmeyer were the four teams in praisedthe ."fi JfII!":,,.....""' :':,'. .J ....,..".. ', .
local enthusiasm and credited it
competition. with much of the clinic's success. Aug. 31 Fall Jamboree at
Lorraine Rossmeyer's "Bullets" "The kids were more cooperative the Cbi.nand VARSITY FOOTBALL

took first place in the lengthy play-off parents responded more, and the Sept a P.K. Yonge A 1919
games and the 76ers coached by county gave us whatever we needed.
herri Anthony ran a close second. Anthony and Wingate also attributed Sept. 14 Cross City II
After the tournament had ended, the clinic's success to Sept 21 Chl.nand A GAME TIME 8:00 i

each participant was presented with a organization. This kept participants Sept. ZI WIIII.ton II (
certificate of award sweatbands anda busy and they didn't have time to get 11 l
4'PL! 7 Mudl'nny
shirt. bored. Od, S Santa Fe IIC
Four players received special Another achievement of the basket Oct. II OPEN '..,. !lept. .. Eastside" A i
achievement awards including Paul ball camp was that "The kids got Oct. I' Keystone IIts. II Sept; 21 Palatka II t
Hemme for "most improved player," close and learned to get along
18 S.nla Ft A
Donna Dodd for most valuable together. Basketball is such a team Oct. 21 Jasper A St'pt.
female player," Richie Vey for"most sport that the players have to dependon Nov. I MenUc.Uo- Od.5 St. Augustine A :
valuable male player" and Andy Ke- each other and In the process learn Jefferson Co. II Od: IUTtI) Gainesville A

nyon for"most aggressive player." responsibility." Oct..19 Ocala Forest A
Nov, 8 Hawthorne .A
Successful college players local Hopefully, the program will continue
talents such as Lorraine Rossmeyer next year earlier in the summer tY Nov. II N.wberry A Oct. 26 Buchholz 11Nov

::1 Ocala Vanguard IIC
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i FIRESTONE GAME TIME 1:30 New. II Live Oak IISept.
I Santa Fe A

964-6436 US 301 N Starke. Fla 964.6436 ? Sept 13 Keystone lit. A JUNIOR VARSITY Nt'wberry A GAME TIME 7:30

We Also SellMULTIMILE Sept. 17 Hawthorne II' Ea.hide1:30 A'Oct. l
,, .
: .4 OPEN Sept.21 G.lnt1l'lilt' A !
TIRES 1 ". ,.. ; .i.--. 't Oct. St. Augustine IIOct. ,

5 tit 5 First Quality No Blems or Seconds 4 )j ,i f' .. .4 i 10W) Pal.tka A
r C L ...... .... -- '" Oct. III Ocala Vanguard IIFLORIDA
Free Mounting Compare Our Price .t -.... Oct. IS Palalka II..
Oct 30 Buchholz A
Road Hazard Guarantee .I'" -- 'o#,",'" JIIU .. ....
Award .Now.e Maedt'nny A
) at the first annual All Star Basketball Clinic at KHIIS Saturdaywere THEATRE
: bottom row-lrft. Richie Vey"Most Valuable Male Player"; right Donna
PLY POLYESTER WHITEWALL Dodd "Most Valuable Female Player; top row-left. Andy Kenyon "Most Ag-
greulv Pla>'''"; and Paul Hemme "Most Improved Player". Now Open KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ..
878.14 $2688 H78.1. $29 88 J78.15 $3288 Fri. Sat. Sunday OnlY' VARSITY FOOTBALL ,th

F78.14 1078-15 |L78.15 PLYMPTON SIGNS U19 :, '-: ,!. '(,.
'.,{' ..
; : *REFLECTIVE:, fastest GAME :
c 964.6511.AppUanceS. fun III ,". I.0":1't.:( .
Pius FET .Plus FET Plus FET Sept.7 lIawthom ;( A
the west!
; G78.14 St'pt. Is P.K. Yonce

: 78"4 $3088' I I IQ78-15 H78.14 ,$33 88 |J.78.15 $07881' '* 4&t.._. IJ St'pt. 21 Cro.a City 114 A'
L 78.15I
I F18.14 e .,. .: 11 J3ept.28 Chl.nand" II
I W"PA.i It.
fit Oct S WllllstOft l A'

; Senior Citizens 10% Discount On Parts & Labor "Alain I' t- Oct. 12 Ne bmy: ." ,r. 11.:"'
Now In
i Progress Oct I' Lab Butler Aid

ALIGNMENT. TUNE-UP ....t Oct. II OPEN'. ,'. !;4
(' 4" Nov,2 Jasper IIGC '

I Moat Cars a $1188 4 Cyt 22.95 8 cyt 28.95 $2500 Off All Gas Grills m- \., .( ;; '. No. t Interlachen A.. '

J Ught Trucks 8 Cyt '30.95 .. Nol Crescent City II

Crud Prix Monroe Matic- Heavy Duty 1 *5% Off All Vented And 'M NrNw .<, .

WHITESPOKE SHOCKS Unventod ,Heaters" 3 O-O'I'I. DRIVE-IN' GAME TIME 1:30 ...

j I WHEELS $2288 Installed 2 $2500 S50 Trade-In Allowance On Gas. StovesIn Sept. 0'Hawthorne H4Days
r For Only Sept. Is Lake Butler HM1Fri.

I StockWide Sept. zo Interlachen J::
Sat. Sun. Man
I t Front End &! RAY WILLIAMS Sept. Z1 St. .' ,\
Selection "
Chuck Norris 18 AugustlneDIB( ) A
I OPEN"I" f'
Oct. 4 .
Brake Service "A Force of 0"
MECHANIC Sale Good Til Sept. 15 Oct. II P.K, ',. .,\ if

I i Oct, III O EN' '.. ,""JOd.
.; j I ',.f Plus
f Charge Em'I AMERICAS IS Lake Butler A'

, 44GcId-en N edles" Nov. i Hawthorne; } \ .:,
I I. 2826 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville Fla. 376-5392 HAt::

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August 10, 1m tap 3BArea


Sports Roundup. for Bradford'and Union CoUnfy:" and the Lake Region oreo I' ';'

-Legend of Symbokion
"- Mt' in two at bolt; JB* 4oubf.; JB-trlpl.; HR=homt run; UUt*>

SUM' ."park horn run; R5-run. scored; RBI"run* batted in; BBMmjM-\

j bait (walks). 4 .' '. ? *' ... I"" Keystone <:ellI Contact Walt Raleigh at 73M M 9 or Warner Football Jamboree at Goo
4 ,.,, r 4fMM7.. apply at Uw practice fieldneafto Street Recreation Complex. Length
I ,
\ 1 \
Prep Football : -: ;: {'.. lR",..( .. 4'i If KII Golf.CUJ.b.: : A.g.n: 1{lhe baD part '",'f.!, a, : of play will be two quarters,
> 1 ( "J" '
Pint Place .. wnltti County Pee Wees play
: 1i' I.t< t. ). WInratirJ-Ken Cantrell mArt t
; .
/ 'Lineups ; ,
?, ; ....., ;, WWiama Roland Orange Park at 4 p.m. with the Miter
: ". '' !:, ,, 'i}; I Rlechmantt
4 (union County, unavallabla, ",K 1&j j '".,.'' .' '' :\: :01'; and PhiJ Nichols '. ,, Union County Mites going up against Mlddleburg: at
press time.)- ",; .... '.."'.. I. :,",loJ,' Low Net-Tie between Dan Haines Pop WarnerIt's 4:45.: The Junior Pee Wees play Mid-
in* ..
BRADrpnt HIGH vmoii.' Nile qwp (II ,\nB" ", u.-.;' '',,;;" I and Dave Benson. '. "I'' dleburg's Junior Pee Wee, at 3:30 and

FIGHTING..fINADoTyaonC3 nj ;,II J.jb4tfts 1. 1. n' 00 ,;,. "M. i i still not too aW for some Union the Union County Junior Midgets
Y91)j t, I JIft1II* ddIi1 1m';+ j MG-Oo ,': ::1+ wrap things when they play Mid- "
r Jr. A. up ,'
NO. NAM*! >' CHO '" .' NAM I Trouper, *.U County Pop Warner Football pro'tpect .
WT .: fO. a .Nra.wl.d'. + .
St JwRayaaU I.&a; ORO. poej all Age Group-Kris Gouln; tt-13 to register and get in on the action cI1ebura at 6:15: .
U W or-T .1 11III C..4. ill.. "L'__ts II II .' '\
: Group-Michael Donahu this fall.Registration.
SI .
lfaai.Wrl.M M ,, BB.T. .1 Ts..y Pa10/1.0 Ire 11 Qs ,. ..........,. )it aj I R Aa 6 Age ; for between )
M Chock Winiaau. its II ....... \,' : Mt Group-Philip Pacer, players Starke '''r
I M0I .
SI ADC .11 ,1".1" a "ktb It ...., ........: ?f ; 0*. f i the ages of '10 and 12 and weighingmore
0,11UMn.11'' ; fg :U-TC a tdwald H...... an. rwOJla 11'whaler :Jo': '11'a I Football iJMea'
"' UpcemingEveat; than 73 pounds and less than us Flag
H SXaCarraa: .11": \ ': \ "
1' II Jeh.I..lis. w' 'a. .. ," 'ilo-r.; ;
II .B' .. '<&I 'A Men'a '
: "" Invitational handicap pounds will continue through Flag Meeting "
M Kaaa; Maaaa* mTl I 'DT: a TIwN7 J..a :' ,......c.rW' 'j," \i..1>' )
tar M La : !'teurney'wW 1 be .
''' played Sept* at September 5 Players weighing 110 to The Starke Recreation Department
RWkvGriftl. | ,
n *Tka .,* TKaaa $ .N ot' .},. M'' .11 111 "P..MO ., .W... ..., ,' II' lit,;.' ;, ,Keystone Golf and Country CL bib 113 pounds are still needed to com- has announced that an organizational
aa>* |7|t ," .
o I k511.TwW .r... ,
it1'D'tl' .11 .IIUIJ IM
1t".D- 1ft The
tl AUeaScatt' ... .: '" tourney will be plete the Junior Midget team meeting for Men's Flag Football will
14* : .f
Tcroak 'Pr JOT '.' T ti.ay Lurk .11 II 1110 --." .+1" r- JOt. flight Interested golfers iteration for the Mitey Mite team be held Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. In

M In Swbio III II'..gyt"1 ; D'I'I/7 r .'. I. Da,ea Griff.. Its 11 wo ..>v ,tare J....II! ., ,IN i J- prizestick up applications at the club: an for cheerleaders In all divisions Is the Old Armory.

Pravau 171 Jt'S,.'t i:, : 11 Dway.. Mrkkl.... III II WO.Da a ....c.w.1 ,' la (;'' aN cloned. If you plan to have a team In the
Tl J (f 4'.1
n KauM Lawaaa Maukawa 17* ,: DT M x.ry abrldpa, .11 IC", Da ., .... ...... W S : ': DT So far, football players and 32 league this year It is mandatory you
IM 1 : c.G1' II Dewy Nagai lu .1 It /e11 ',11 .111'' 1St / T
M Jr.Sckoaalas. .:''' t Me cheerleaders have registered for Pop attend the meeting. It is possible thatteam' ;
111l If 00 a DowI.-. .11 11 oe Mrs.... .1It II CIt Keystone Warner activities this not represented at the meeting ,
II l Mania Hcnay |HU 11 00 ..... : ; ? year.
nary .. Mark AMa ).
Tans will get a look will be unable to play In the league. :
,...., pro-season
|.1.1 oo.c 31 RIdIaNI ...k. II' Pop Warner
Is.I Da Dwy McWrr. IN; y q', r 0II when Union County Pop Warner

.14 Duel' R kkvi' '17/ 1DT" U DavId Sparksa U Da D..I11 husk. '' "_t': qoa : It.(; Boys between the ages of 8 and 12 teams scrimmage the Bradford County Youth Flag Registration '
I ....Meer II 0 old teams Union Is 4-14 for '
years are still needed for the September 8 at the Registration September
II J.n S.ak III" T ':Keystone Pop Warner teams. High Stadium. Admission will be f 1 boys and girls youth flag football In

II s4bkrIkkM.d lit II 0 Boys who turned 13 between for adults and 50 cents for students. Stark

Cora .UIUasa .11". T : January land July 31 of this year and The concession stand will be open. Leagues will be formed for ages 64.

Pop,Warner Teams Busy With $ Jtmorunat .. ,'II .!"'', are under M pounds are eligible forthe Pee Woes start the action at 11 a.m. 0-12, and 13-18 with ages as of 1

flawy -aakar SW I* 't Junior Midget team. with Mitey Mites squaring off at 12 September 24. Registration will be

0ewIe P.,.. 'SI*', U T' ,,\:, September 1, is the deadline for noon. Junior Pee Wees play at 1 p.m. held from 8:30 am.630 p.m. at the

D.vM MeCaraUck IS*' ;'II E i; submitting the team roster to the and the Junior Midgets meet for the Old Armory and from 3-5 p.m. at the

AMnSUaJay. IM II C county Pop Warner headquarters.Boys final game at 2 p.m. Pratt St. rec center on the above

t Datarartoaf 141.. a in the above age group are need The Union County teams travel to dates. Cost Is $2.13 for team shirts.

MtkoOrutaa* lit.. E/: ed to fill out the 20 player router by Orange Park September 15 to play in Clinics will be announced at

JaffKaaa .11.. E deadline time. the Clay ''County Conference Pop .registration.









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Keystone defenders search for the ballcarrier In Pop .'.' "

day... :/ : Shop The Sun's' Classified suds )Q ." ,.>

While Bradford County Pop Warner Cowboys search for

ralned-on practice session Monday evening. .j .

Teams from Bradford and Union County will get together :

scrimmage Saturday (see Area Roundup with teams from all groat shopl>>i g values.\
ing In the Clay Conference Jamboree Saturday, Sept. 13. In 1. g: ; \

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4 +Yj I IT + WWmm R8W MECHANIC Mo oaparlanca raaiwlrad.U n.tlcm.Uv known n r9v ..vlnBTOOUCI .
+ M/hr, Call 177471.Artlnlnum t. Norm PlorllM kwMon -
1 ... atom.Chambtoaa .
-lenaIftK..rv. ...._ commiuton Palls. Carn94..sary
Apptlancoa tnKMfOPFICK DAVCAII. AIOII 377!771.
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I' tine ..M..Ml IBCWBTAH* ..... rafaroncaaroouirad part AOPIV:30. 'w cI.9 .A.... Needed..PT'ONAL to car for .IIIION 9 month oldb
mwal bo ooad fvpiaf.Start B... rrofar MB ....a, Must ...
i r Call rxao$. ... '" HE&OED. .
.HT. vllllna to ".v.' lima 6 *atlonc -

":f .. U nusuI:::='.:' V":tar,,=::.' Must nawa.. Apply mnmumanportonc In person I only *. jn.ttto.>).?0 pm -

.H" ="fr'.v. .........1_.. c... .t 5l.NW IQtn Av*. KfCUTlV SECRETARY
aarvlcaa on drlyaiaray.porloncod I.PM ..... td T a .... anift WINO ( var tmnmrlfnt*. TvDtnaftaitiry .
: & and rafaracaa roOUlrod. Apply M paraom Mobarf* CanCan10o .
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"' ROYAL PARK H.LL avrf :aoth Av*. 10"1_ MIOh/l.
t.7 MIO N.wb a.nmenllwlt9 wlttt _
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r locfronlca bockaroundnalci'ul fo/ KEYPUNCHPlorlda _.. .* VITAL IMOUtT -
V TfiCWciAN 1'1 Aoev
a Will train ctiau rocord our'a raowlrod.a llcon** I.. Salary n.OMI.bM. frlnoa .bonaHcnonoo ....... Buraau la tooIn '.$*>**OO M. Urtf Aw..
,, tar 1' (pad 71.r1.ovtvlro. Via.Oct. ll 7T. flta.. Old .*.......- bu ,Jn.... for paraona ...,tIt recant ._"- lAA-lWoiV
fttV KO .AIIT T vim
can jm>a. irrmi.VwOHKan. WInk19r .I.CrICtark. 9.151 Sec Al aaMtsb''''tit:.on Application IBM rt: ** ...." fc riB>r'f. trl.n4iv paaa.Ao1V .

ABM, araon for ..A.V"TT.far asp H..O.D,....... bad-InI4 to ... flllad out at Plata .ParmBuraau bc'wMf.. 1p.m.. w$*i-
4962013'M form work. MO aaparloncanoadad. >no IW Mtn ... Oainaviia *- days. Plea. 770 pnon calls.
... Llvo-ln amall pay, room wltn walk-In Clout, Call .PC mat.TvWT5A"Y urovr Kin*. .It tec it/o* f>.
'77-lll days or3 0475
c .r. Call tar a,Kai .__ -

TJt4 900SX. B ncal lanfcandtiion Iff]* BMW 37O-I.; *OOO n.ll*.. BBSrlnta.
1973PONTIACVtNTUPJld air. ca_*. with .malNN. -
tranaportattan. dvponoMint ..... .tarp, -od xueo,ml.dlu air>. Interior AM/PM ......._. oarfoef .
aall. MM. 7-Uo, "'-25n 171-1171 day or 171-1 JO. attar* in-i_ Nu4.0Automatic. '.
door baloo/camal Inlarlor, air, ins FORD PINTO WAGON oootflro sha0.. n.w
"!-'t," out bench Mat*. 30.000 mil**. Oood condition. Itadlo. Mal B *. naw .. .. /Inloetor.
L-r I>' ;.,' tZUO. jr 7J*. ..-.. air aiaoo Call '"-'MSltr M19. MI-in*.

i "'\ ).,... 7W..IAT.IIAVA VW NABBIT, I.OOO mil**. Soad .74> TOYOTA COHOI.LA. nil..
iI f aoaod, air, valour Inforlori akyiiaM, air, AM/FM. awtoftiatlc. air. AAA'fM. eo arbrafca
Mnoar*trao, %*m .,..*.. 1"''''_. .1350. 177-,"a.tlonad. *. ..c.......condition must
I HAHfMdOAUTOIMPOnTSiyi ..* lo botlav*. only .I.5O. lit2sao

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\ : Onlyi7on ,1i/q..r. AM/PM. 4.poad. 11..-. )_ VW BUS. nooo> work. HOO
'' ', y automatic firm. Oonnu.' :XI se Ma t.
lIac.'on'' condition. MOOO. Calla ro
Festival of Lakes in Keystone T;, 1999 PONTIAC IUNOIXO. V*. AM/PM. a-track. Cd tlloo.Mwi
i air automatic. powar .toorlno.atrlpa. ...l 372.5/77. Itutsni I1J.MSJ"nvw! 1.>f fOOO PJANOB Ml.I PKIIa =
alydyce.t. nlsn wilt, Pen IU..II alll.TL. >. awtontaflc loaoad wlffft *M>
I r 7oo down o fakddvarpavmanf *7* Corvatto. automatic, ar' aaroo. Uac.iancondition.AN. tr... Snc.tanCOndta4.13700.,
*. Call 7S-T71 apoko Imar.Op.wars,w'- AM/PM...tree.. autoM."c 477.3443.: SO_'.
: awe laatnar toll, Call 377.1434.. .
Features Jet Ski Race SaturdayContestants 7 + 7w M.acuRv.O.CAY a/410. eric Lr5J71.17raOa9: $2.50 ,.Ford C aurlar..aca/lon/ con 10 f : .... .'. ..... .
{ Matcnback. Air, powar loarlnp, '*ff MUSTAMii! M..CH I. of a ; f>ON$CMfi s aoaod. 111. lion MM ** loot boa.atop
I :, powar brakaa. a catlont candiHon7 kind aautlful cOndIIICIll .._ mil**, ._1_ _"_ Maoo. bumocr. aood moo minja
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$a oo. 310761/ 315.N74luanl._ WIp.r.cafo. ,
from all over Florida Florida this year so ,

will be skimming over Lake Genevaon from.all over the state .

Jet Ski's-the snowmobiles of the so few jet ski eventa '1 H...... lawHAN'1 LA".' I ..: '. OWNER: Bio' Sanla Fo Cafca.rick .
water set-in a feature attraction at Three 1 battii wan IMO *o. fl., mewl// nomo war. 3000 55. N. *
this weekend' Festival of the Lakesin and ". fruit troa. chain-link, U4.MO.lltul B. iv> ......, t car _... cnalntmkod
oval 1"" >9220.1"_l o.-r, fancod lanchcapad. SaM
Keystone Height: in the jet ski program f l. ; "1It1l:. II EOUCED.on SrOAaru.. piar avMom.itt n. i
L.2 t mo t ..'n. 1111 -'.
The of
sport jet skiing where riders"ski" modified
racers to ........ .Pwrnfand ......fll....
without a boat is a new one for enough ''jet skiiers : BH Contm orary ee.-Uf'lIfV Now I for a roomy '. t batn
homo fully *vulppd kltcnan I 1
this area and for the entire East Coast motors enter the acr> of land. 10 mlnutoa to UP. 517000 nouo In ooad rS1S.50X. wlttl, lint.1at .
says race coordinator Darby will.not be divided II SU._. Lava W. Malllnoar, MICH BW l.n Moan Mom. c- look',I"' /141
11* ..tato .1'_, J7M7t.NICB ...... furnlhlna*. Haat/alr.
Bloodgood.'Festival watchers can see but qualifiers should BIO HOMffI IN ALACHUA _1_..'_.... *J OO YaW >P.-TMB VALLBV .

the competition from Keystone Beach, old. U enough If y, top BH.of(Mil atn with homo a 'ood wlltt 4, MANY" MOCLLBIt PIALTOB 4 *)A*.. I low bath...",.family._. Inkn roumflroplac _....

starting' at 10 a.m. Saturday morning.Mrs. enter, a seperate 9.m/ 1999 ... ft-.All far Was Norm t 4al 1OM HIII"H.W. II tt. 37V l"a*'MH***. I73.naP 979, ._,'. .
said "about I./00. Call pan Baldwin.Jonn
Bloodgood a dozen"contestant held. O..BaMwM Maalty' CXI AO-BNO*TC.T
are expected for the com "A 12 year old boy R aiA4.TOPi mntr.Wl 4ACKSLacatad

petition which should run until late in place the free awlmmlnd.Imaa. I pool a.,,cant...c..nt/air.. bad. til' .on,*"sn. call:m...Cro.._**Craaaj. NO DOWN PAYMENT! ,

the afternoon. ,Ing'." Mrs. Bloodgood ,\ t rr $4.10.tonni: 110.099 pviit In/ HW location.. J Bit.B1aL 1 bain .with family room. b.0r Buy* MM..*..luf ti4ti Ilk.wilt naw"...lara....1'*.S.
.Ir' lot. Ja.iOO.
"The West Coast,has included jet "Stock Jet skis t VIK TO CAAnFUa I fiou**, Jim.79.105; BaderdB0.1ty. ..._. bid window*,carpat and
I. 0 r bam a AD"APL.X.I And I front VA .
Prom til* larao SB. a parent taa.soa. flnanc.Ino
B iTbaautltul ""
skiing with its other water sports for a miles an hour, and .. homo, with family I roam. All deltas now undar construction fiAi.TO wltn 10 vaar* to pay.UOmonm .
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For Regional SWIFT PREMIUM .

Hillandale Farm's Green Machine (SLICED $529))
of Starke opens play In UM United +R
States Slow Pitch Softball Association
(USSSA) Eastern Regional this TOWELS CANNED
I weekend, August 21-Sept. 2 at Hf'MJUMBO
Kingston North Carolina. .
The tournament will be a chance: for
a redemption of sorts for Machine: "
which: was knocked out of the AM _
tournament series at Regional last !
week after winning its first two $100
games of the event In Mobile $ 99
Alabama. The USSSA is a rival 2
organization of the AM but a top
showing In this weekend's regional
could earn Green Machine: a snot at
USSSA's "World Series of Softball" L
with the best of both organizations.That ROLLS I
tourney is slated for Sept. 144.. CAN
limit 3 with $7.50 o Pea's %
'"'re..... cl... \ : ,'
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A/ac/n'ne' Carlton : :;q t : PRICES GOOD THURS. WED., AUG. 30 SEPT. 5

gpVE W .
Wins HR Contest Ty

Green Machine's Ken Carlton add- Deop SouthMMOHHAISE '4 .
ed another laurel to his reputation as 890 _
one of the world's top Softball slug QT. ,. :
gers when he won the Jacksonville U1&L '
Journal's Softball Derby home run- AVI 1O FOOD SUftIIIANI(
hitting contest at Drew Park In
Jacksonville Saturday. Thrifty Maid"a SAMP
Carlton took home the top prize of 19c LARGE
$100 in the heavyweight division (191 CATSUP 'un .
pound and over), edging Danny .
Jowers of Jax's Joyful Acres in a SAVI 1.' DIIP SOUTHBMBQUE EGGS
playoff. ,


Obituaries tiF SAUCE . aC. aTLs, $10. .

0EEF p OS ALL riAVOM 069c

Percy Snyder.68 __ __ CHEK .
Percy Snyder, 68, of Lake Butler, 3,12.sl149 .
died Wednesday morning at his home : "" .: o ''f.t" .. r DRINKS .
after a an life extended long resident illness of Union Mr. Synderwas Coun : .Q..I"iX', ; ;>ARtl' f',' THRIfTY MAID P

ty. He owned and operated a farm until iJ 1VAUJE i!
he retired : .. ,. .RY PORK &
Church.member of Harmony 2 years Freewill ago. He Baptist was a .. 'P. ., BEANS 4 1 6 $100 = .

Survivors include his wife, Jewell DIXII DARLING e e GNf SAVt! ... .IVORY (/GOLD

daughters Crawford,Snyder Mrs Basti of Lake Ray,Butler Myakka; 3 HOT DOG OR HAMBURGER DETERGENT . ; '. SSe
City,Fl, Mrs.Esther Compton Green .
Cove Springs, Mrs. Glenda Will- BUN 5 SAVE! 10- ASSORTED! \ .
ingham, Gainesville; one brother, ANAPKINS 300CT.PKG.. 99'
E.J. Synder of Lake Butler r. . .
and eight
grandchildren. : ffr THRIFTY MAIDHOT
Funeral services will be $100 : rys f
today DOG CHILI 4 'Sttr' $100PK05.
(Thursday) at 2:30: In the Harmony 3 sacra . .
Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. BUDWEISER ASTOR
Norman Richmond officiating. Interment
will follow at Ft.Call Cemetery. DlXIlDAaLINO FRUIT COCKTAIL . 2 Ss $100
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home is in BEER

charge of arrangements. FAMILY -**. $1 Q r : BEAS! & 3'cANa $iota
Dennis If.Smith BREAD OT
Dennis H. Smith, of Starke, died in < LVI. 1.tWHOLE' STYLE OSKERNEL CO'IN
the Bradford County Hospital 6 i .3 uNs $100
Wednesday ulghi following a long il-
lness. He born !
was in Monks Corner, $119

39 S.C.years, and ago moved from to Tallahassee.Bradford County Mr. BREAD . 14-9 LOAF*. 55C :: DILL PICKLES . . 46ai.3J. 99

Smith operated a barber shop in SAVE! 9- .DOnE! DARLING WHEAT NaB' ASTOR W/LEMON! A SUGAR
Starke for many years. He was a Bap s. TOp ..
Lodge tist, and No.was 35,a F.&A.M.member of the Starke BREAD. 2 tf 89eI SAVE 40c VMl/E 8T.ur./ TEA SPARKY MIX . . . $159

Survivors include his wife Roeha SAVE! IO- DIXIE DARUNO I !PECAN .
Morgan Smith; 2 daughters Vivian TWIRLS ..... QUANTITY, RIGHTS, CHARCOAL . . 10 SAO IS $149|
2 99
Hinton of Pascagoula, Miss., and PltGS. RESERVED CRACKIN OOOO .
Eudulia Andrews of Tallahassee; 5 SAVE! JO- DIXIE!DARUNO .M "NO POUND WtNN-OOOC STORES..1C.
n n' $ "
sons, Dennis H. Smith Jr. of Grand TOASTER PASTRIES 2 |
n,.. COPYRIGHT-' 179 CGS:
,Ala., c
Bay Darwin D.Smith of Dallas, CAKE 99
Texas, Therry H. Smith of Theodore, . sal ) ,
Ala., James W. Smith of Keystone CENTRALVALLEY loWHGIWN'IIOZINfi D moo' 99*r
. .
Starke Heights, 15 and Ronald D. Smith of y 1ff"ItHflllIl"'I""fl 1 1 "" tt''tJ''tI'''' ''' '''''''''''''''''''I', MRS PAILS FROZEN OOHfIA1T
; grandchildren and 10. 3UTREsn $99
'NES .R. ItMt..
greatgrandchildren.Funeral -
services were held Satur ; SGOEXTOA PKO.KOUNTIV $119

day, Aug. 25, at 3:30: p.m. in the %. TOP miUS STAMPS '5".._. -
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Chapel with .
Rev. Roman Alvarez officiating Interment m nss COUPON urn tmatui OF niSH AU NATURAL
was held in the family plot in F 1WO..PKO..CIlACIUN'OOOO
Beulah \ ICE CREAM HAIP $199
Cemetery with Masonic:Rites.
; DIXIE' PIES fI 00000000000COUPON GAL.
James W. McAdam, age 84, of V r

Florida Keystone Heights Regional, died Hospital in the North In JjlljIlUlllllliljUlljIJIUIIUIUIUIIUljjlllllllllllll SAN. DWI C H ES 12PAK.OOOOOOOO CTN.; $119

Gainesville Wednesday night following MORTON PROZEN HONEY! SUNS OR
a lingering illness. Born in
Homestead, Penn., September 29, MINI DONUTS
1894 he had lived in Hartford Conn. 000000'o(
for many years, moving to Keystone P
Heights 8 years ago from Ormond V
Beach. He was a retired painter, and MOtrroN IUOlINsAVE
was a member of the Park of the FOX DELUXE
Palms Church. GLAZEDDOIiUTS ,
Survivors Include his wife,Helen R. 60nus .1 B'ge t1.1. 1ge
McAdam of Keystone Heights; 4 oirosrr . 1-- . .xG.
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Adamy of Manchester MOHTOM JELLY M .
Conn., Mrs. Priscilla Bruno PEPSI COLA 'I' '
of W. Hartford Conn., Mrs. Lois CHOCOiATEDONUTS CHICKENiREASTS .
Popoff of Andover, Conn, and Mrs. 2 $100 2,. $199.

one Elizabeth sister Tracy Margaret of Ormond McAdam Beach of; . 1lII . rR4a.

Claremont 10 great-grandchildren.Calif.; 10 grandchildrenand 8 OOc .. ,

Funeral services were held at 1 J.f
p.m. Saturday. Aug: 25 in the DeWitt 16-ox. SAVE If NOIIWICH'ASPIRIN' ,

Keystone C. Jones Funeral Heights Home with Mr.Chapel John in . 2 1:r. '$100.

Meyer officiating. Interment followed SAW 40*'REGULAR! OR SPtARMJOT '

in Keystone Heights Cemetery. ...... ROLAIDS .. . 7Jr': $11' MORTON FROZEN

Homer W.Townsend 'to\' IfYU MAS"POLO mast... 1200
Homer W. Townsend, 82, of Starke \ F RI E D
died Monday at Bradford County vp,1E, HAIR DRYER . cN,,: $1"
Hospital from a long Illness. Born in a
Hawthorne he lived in Starke for 10 \- .. OENERAl IECTHC! 1 CHICKEN

was years,a coming retired from superintendent Atlanta Ga. He of STEAM IRON . ONr': $1299

automotive vehicles with the City of SAVE 10 .COUUTI SAWS 4O SCOPE :'

major Mr.ordnance Townsend in World served War as II a TOOTHPASTE .. te 99c MOUTHWASH . 2ke., $1 S' '

: from 1943 to 1"'. He was a member of'i SAVE ,..-TRAC S\ SAVE 10'' -RKMT OUARODEOD03IANT $199

j ,J.r: Methodist the Kiwanis Church Club.of First Starke United, and RAZOR ,BLADES S:. *lwtAVt . z.12'.;\ BOU.x.
: f. former member, teacher .
and officer .
I of Branan Memorial
:: Church Mary In Atlanta. Methodist HAIR SPRAY ti $149 TAMPONS . Po $159 SAY SOc
Survivor Include: six daughters, .
Violet of Starke,
Crosby Mari
'If Glisson of Keystone Heights Grace DART POWDER ', .22'. SHAMPOO !II. .TtEATED'ftrjl $14S 'l'l'Pfm
I./ Lowber of Monroe. Wash.. Elena : ,
l SAVf! I0 :
Prichard of Keystone Heights. Clair JOHNSON*JOMNKJH MOAt POlY CNW \ t -
Nell Townsend of A W nta.Haxel Collins RAMn
It. of Jenklnsburg.Ga.: one brother COTTON SWABS "c COFFEE MAKER 't=r ,15'

". Virgil L. Townsend of Windsor one
sister Imogen*Kelsey of Avon Park; .
37 grandchildren,and 11 great-grahd-
I' children.

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FRESH PORK It.). LONE INk Area Staffs

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SPARERIBS ILL STRIP STEAKS Joined Eight the new football assistant staffs coaches of the three have,' .j

season.area high Khools for the 1979 grid '"1

Half of the six man coaching staff .{,
headed by Jimmy Thomas at Union i
County High are first year Tiger
coaches the seven man staff directed s
$ 99LB. by Tornado bow David Hurae at
c Bradford High has three new names II
and two new coaches have jotted 1 \
Head Coach Pete Valentino at i';:
Keystone Heights High, giving the Indians !
four coaches ''1
L At Union County Lanler Clyatt .Is t : \
moving up from JV coaching duties to j i',:
coach the varsity line. He served two 'I/
years as JV Coach after playing of 1 ,
fensive tackle on the 1974 state run- p

PRICES GOOD nerup Tiger team. Randy Register .I .,.
joins brother Joe on the UCHS staff
-: WED. this year after six years of JV duty at
.f'' ,:THURS. St. Augustine. He'll oversee the Tiger i
: : defensive secondary while Joe again
: AUG. 30 SEPT 5 will coach the defensive front and

linebackers In his third year at UCHS
.). while Thomas will pull the strings for
the offensive skill positions.

.. Jerry Lawson.a Bradford High and
,( University of Kentucky grad is the
I.l I.n. new Tiger junior varsity coach with
VIP John Slater his first year ....latant.At .

,! Bradford High the three new
coaches are all experiencing a ,
homecoming of sorts as they move into ,
JV coaching positions.Ben Moxley '
who will head the Junior Varsity,was .
a 1970 BUS grad who coached at Bradford
In 1977-78 before serving last
.." year as JV and welghlifting coach at a. ,
Lake Weir. M.lachillenry. in charge 't
of the JV offensive and defensive
/ 1 backs starred as a senior running I
W-O BRAND USDA CHOICI QUANTITY RIGHTS back as a Tornado senior In 1973. He
BONELESS FULL CUT RESERVED moved on to Southern Mississippi J.i
WINM-OCUt s r where he was a nationallyrankedkick r
I011If.'Cs returner, and this year earned a I.,
:fED $26.9 starting role In the Jacksonville i
.' . LI, Firebird's secondary Carlton Faulk, : '
w-0 uN USDAj who also plays for the Firebirds,lived
BAlbt W-O BRAND USDA CHOICI At, In Bradford until the eighth grade
1.% CARVI when he moved to Jacksonville ana.tarred
for Englewood. He started at
CHUCK RIB .$999 L + noseguard for Troy State. Faulk will
coach the JV defensive line.

ROAST ROAST . .' IB. ,' Second year Tornado coach Rick :
Stevens has been elevated to varsity,
W-D BRAND tOO* PURI where he'll tutor the offensive line He ,
HANOI PAK : joins holdovers Mike Sexton 1
(Defensive Coordinator), Mike
69 GROUNDBEEF 3g Hartley (defensive backs), Head ,
3 l/. Trainer Brady Grcathouse and ;
Hurse on the Tornado staff
. PKG.
A lLB.
The addition of Bob Smith who
SAVE 30e1a. __ 11LGtgAs coached at Lake Weir last year, and
Rich King who has moved down from
vToP Michigan, give Keystones Valentino,
'. a four man staff for the first lime.
I L r r.J7; xtAaTU ,. 1s.' ..-- Smith will direct the secondary and r
S a .'MU receivers while-'Kin; is in charge of
QUANTITY RIGHTS SUPEU1 D the lines. Valentino will head up the fi
RESERVED offensive backfield and receivers
WlNNOIXII STORES. INC: 'u with Rodney Nelson returning for his
COTTAGE CHEESE . o.carnsONIntm $11' third. year as Head JV Coach.

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(coic1).. ) 5 LBS. BONELESS CHUCK STEW : .. 2 u. $149 CHEESE . STo., $14$ Squads Prep

15 $2699 ForOpeners
.. Junior varsity teams are practicing
ONIIESS <4-6 IS AVO ) KRAFT RfAOV TO Stan at Union County High Keystone High,
BEEF TENDERLOIN .. $3" and Bradford High this week wIthUnion'
. '. .
= DIPS yIe 69c ,
. Baby Tigers and the Baby Indians
of Keystone opening their
Chuck Roost Sliced W-O SRANO Mf At t'i' a The UCHS JV under first-year
Ham 1" .
&I 17.. $ 1. SA Head Coach Jerry Lawson, open on
W.D SRANO USDA CKOCI stir NATURAUT MAVIS", Franks .. . ..0 1 7, the road Thursday night, September
W-O SRANO SUCIOCooked r.1NKr 8,against Santa Fe.Gametlmeis7:30p.m.
Sliced 1"
Shuck Roast <, 1 Bacon u Ham G $21'W.O..ND Keystone Is scheduled to kickoff
NAIURA11V PIG'IISH PORK lONtlADf((7/1AVG WT ) Its JV season at the same time Thursday
USDA CHOICE SEE' Rib Roast $1" w'OsRANosictoMIAT HARVEST PUSH Sept 8 at home versus
SONfiISS . -
Bologna I . lJ WESTERN Hawthorne's Baby Hornets. Brad
Stew .Meat L' CRAOI 'A*uGo. IRf AST fords JV Tornadoes won't open the"season
OUII Sit' HANOI ,toll MvfR W-O SRANO Mf Af GRIT $ until Tuesday, September 18,

Potty Mix .3 A >$1"f Quarters. . II 79 Franks . a 2" CANTALOUPES when In Gainesville.they play Gainesville Eastslde

HKKORV SWIll Franks"- 79c Union County had 25-30 players out'
Sliced Bacon L' Roast ,I. . II lw KAHN/S JUMSO ill' for practice Monday first school:
MiCKORV SWIll lONlUSS SMOKED 'UU .. CRAOI 'A' 'RISM HYIRThighs $ day Lawson estimated. That more'
COOMO WATIR AOOCO 1-4 Its f-nks'. *s i 2 $1 than doubled the number who had
Ham . II 89C SUNNTIANO p SRtAKFAST. ., been practicing: the week before
I .
SUNNVIAND tINOCR SMOMO 'i OR S GUSClle. . i FOR "We won' able to tell much until

Whole Ham L' .. 1" with after us the."new Lawson kids have said.been"We work

on the fundamentals blocking and
tackling,and how to play without get
U.S. No. 1 REGULAR BAG ling hurt last week but we'll\ be getting

'ti I 7P'Jp: / season Into opener game wn't preperatlon too far"

p i R'UE Lawson said he had some players
toes. 59 r.
5 with Pop Warner football experienceout
:' MOEITON FROZE players.but had very few returning JV

CREAM MARV| ''MSN' WMfO sPIES Rodney !Nelson starts his third'
season at the Keystone JV helm with
Celery 2 ITASaI $1 his most experienced team at KHHS..
Of 31 players on the roster he has 14,
returners that played for the Baby Indians
4NAavUT 2-4 1978 squad (a JV. record for'w'Ins
Pears ;. La:49c: Nelson noted) and .tI
sophomores, the most ,-'er for a
Keystone JV team
14-OL :Z ,49c s
'i. '
"I'm' excited about this team."
SIZE 'u S NO I SAO nuow 'I( ?' Nelson admitted; "T.W{ is the most

__ SAVE 58I Onions 1' r 5 : ,99c ... / with experienced so many JV soph&hores teanitee've ever and had the,

TOP kids came back, to practice':
SUClfuTf O'fIVS ,
f I't ( In
Wednesday August 22 better
VALUE PlHKh ., .,,. ?.' '..... 99a shape than I expected, .
..,-- ; l' : ..... .. ta. ,' ,. )' \.. r At Bradford lUtft new' JV Head
-- -- i "J ; 'i/ -, Coach Ben Moxlejh' had some 63
: a Iff, :.:#): '
players out for '
,Ii' .,. l' practice Monday'afternoon
\ I' ,' : "and mope are coming out
'. day" The '
every squad now Is split
.. > ,', /.' .\,1.' : .,' .'IU"f'" \.." fo.I: <'.J .
/. I'", ,>: 'f.. ;:,! .1;
.1JL'1 ,. ,, sophomores. "We'll' let kids come out
,\ "tJ" .-A,',> ", I' 'ii"(' ..' '
i', .....". ,,'"I. until the end of this week," Moxley
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tDeedllne CLASSIFIED lor AD ", .R$': ,{rR C.cri. .' >m BUYING, 'T' ;: :BELLING"al3rJarmuQw.TRADING SERVICES-JOB OPPORTUNITIES rllFGOOD t ': ;13ri ''fD. J ;SAlE, :,

r Tuesday noon preceding Insertion( 1978 PONTIAC Grand!.f'iL"L'.1; : LlOL: =LCJD: .FHClCi 3r && xzjj'isssisi' '
'Thun". .before publlco-J LeMont: 51.000 mile.. PI,1 -- -- --. PRICES PAID for u.ed' PIKES SRI BOAT IS 1/2 ft.. CHAIN UNit PENCE
.. ,
)tlon. PS AM/FM radio 'A vinyl ale o.t mobile homo If mortgage 60 HP engine trailer $600 material. Do It yourself and

,Minimum charge IS 12.10.Co"1 .. celtont top. On.condition.owner and S3.500.e.. i' AR ,.; .u $; : ,t., n, .e;, l. Jt' t.tlf 1 ; .""H'Et 'WI. .nI ,QI "I I :f ( Words "
loch word 19) Phone 782-3811, ..t. 66 .. ,' w 0 I C'" .' 964-5406., Open 7 days after 7 p.m. TFpd Fence Co. 96 .8559. TFchg

li 10 cent.ever from 8 to 9 p.m. or 964-0391 1969 FIREBIRD. PONTIAC EMPLOYMENT Housing IRAQ PORD. UNION FURNISHED 1st floor apart weekly TFchgWANTIOt

iNot responsible. far error} alter 5 p.m. Itchg 8/30 Racing 400 motor. |lust Rehabilitation Specialist: ASSOCIATION for Retarded ment 3 large r room and WOODEN STAKE BODY HOTPOINt IFKIGItATOH,
,rebuilt turbo transmission City of Starke. General I I. bath all carpeted nice and Mobile home o.- 7x10x12, homemade. May good condition $100. ALSO;
[wh.n given over the phone\ FORD PINTO 1978 V6. PS. applicant les and tlr... Will Jacksonville.Phone .
header run strong. SlOfS.Phone knowledge of housing con. for the position ol clean No pent, no children pick up. be seen In AMC electric stove, good
I .or when copy U not typed' AC good got mileage. $400 450..2099. It pet 8/30 structlorv and City Cade no drunk. Phone 9648071. OLIN'S MOBILE HOMI 1-771-9484. Itpd condition $60. Phon. Ine,
I end brought to the office. and take Executive Dirac"' Mu.thave .
over low required. Must .be capable Itpd 030UPSTAIRS SALES. *..5606. Open 1 030.TIMIIRLANDPARMLAND6. 964-6305 or 964-8686 after 5.
payment. Phon. 964-7761. 1972 DUNE BUGGY) rebuilt a bachelor' degreeIn day. 0 _k. TFchg
I 1 of preparing cost On. bedroom p.m. TFpdGRAPISi
8/30 2tpd 9/6 motor new tire, new battery business, special education

. . ,. first S37S. Phon. estimates for 'rehabilita or human apartment. Phon. 964-6579 TOP CASH PRICE PAID for acre Phone 1305269.4905 Extra large-
0'....'...". "<{ 0 '00..,'. ..} It71 OlDS STATION ....2099. llpet30 tion of existing' housing. vices field or equivalent or after 3 p.m.30 2tchg 9/6 coins, sterling, dental gold, after S p.m. for description. Muscadine and Scupper.

I '..CA.S'I T.UCII( :' : WAGON Custom cruiser. Must prepare material cost three year experience 'In ring, GP scrap Jewelry' 8/23 3tpd 9/6. nong..1Z picking. U pick. so.
.. .. estimates. THREE BEDROOM Home
I condition, Application un- chains frames
I. : :" ": : ; .' good 1977 DODGE ASPEN tok. client services or program optical cent per lb. LlII,'*
S2.39S. Phono 473-3752 or up payments. Special Edi must'b. submitted to the administration. Forward furnished. $130/month. first. watch bands, etc. Phone J. TROLLING MOTOR) Minn Vineyard 13 mile East of

1962 FORD TRUCK with top 4732900. Itchg 8/30 lion Phon. '''.6:580.: Itpd Stork.. Community' resume to 'UARC. c/o end last. TWO 1 BEDROOM R. ulllngton, 9646250. Koto two speed; won at Keystone Mts., Hwy. 100.

per. Low mll.og., $550. 8/30 D.v.Iopm.nDeportment, E.W. Hodges, Jr., President apartments, furnished, TFchg Plggly Wlggly. Never used Florahome. Phone 659-3121.
Phon. 964-5260. TFchg. U7I DOOOI POWER City Hall no later than P.O. Box 1261, SllO/month. Phone still In package. $60 or best 8/30 4tchg 9/20
WAGONi V8. 4 speed, excellent DUNI SOGGY S450, 1975 September 7, 1979. Afflr- .Stor.... Flo. 32091. '/23 964-8404 or 964-7321.: 8/30 BUYING JUNK BATTIRIIS. offer. Phone 964-6116 alter .

1966 LWI PICKUP good for condition. 1.995 Chevy Wagon S79S; 1965 motive Action/Equal Opportunity 2tchg 8/30. 2tchg 9/6 end radiator Paying top 6 p.m. TFpd. SEVERAL ITEMS Piano wall
restoration parts, etc. $200: down. Assume payments of Comet, excellent condition Employer. Itchg TWO BEDROOM trailer Include prices. Will pick up. Phone heater. hardbound
firm Phon. 964-6116 after 6 SI 156." or cosh value 289 engine. S69S. Phon. 8/30 IP INTERESTED IN CARPOOLING water and sewer, 7823762. TFchg SOLID ROCK MAPLE two children' book, TV onten

p.m. TFpet.I' S3.300. Phon. 9645471Itpd 782.3321 after 5 p.m. Itpd ) please call, AC nice, clean. Phon. door cabinet $25. Collection no., refrigerator. Phone

8/10 8/30 9646062. leaving Starke 782-3332 after 6 p.m. Itchg FIMAll ROOMMATES SIOO of LP stereo album excellent ) .8233 after 5,:30 p.m. Itpd
at 6 a.m.; leaving 8/30 month. Phone 964-8327 condition. $1.50 8/30

:' .. ,. .. .,. ..... -'" Gainesville at 3,30 p.m. THREE BEDROOM Home on after 6 p.m. 8/30 2lchg 9/6 each. Phone 964-9520. Itchg
Union County Ads \ I University of Florida. 8/23 Morgan Road. Next door to 8/30 PONTOON 'FLAT bOAT 28

I' l INSURANCE. fill{ !! !iI 2tchg 8/30. Morgan Rd. Baptist Church. ft. Harris' and motor

....,. ." ... .J .. .. ............ ,.. ;. OWNER OPERATORS Nu. $230 month Phone 'i' ": ';' {! ; HUGI YARD SALE 473-3752 .
''''u 4' Phone or
: .. :.:. : .. .:,: m .J I ,.." '''' ''' .- .. 2646385. Itchg 8/30 :JLJ.' l..Rl" : Everything priced to go. Past 2995. .
12ESTATE Car Carrier. Inc.. I I.hiring.' ., 4732900. Itchg! 8/30
; (FOR SALE : HONDA 400iGood condition ).. .. I Owen Joist steel mill 2nd
MAINES / .. 2000 Haines St.. Jackson KINGSLSY LAKE waterfront 0 '" .. '
160 S. Lok. A.... Lok. '" -. $650. Roger Cochran. ville.'Itchg 1/30 home: 3 bedroom com MOBILE HOMES house. Saturday and Sun. FRESH RIVER, SHRIMP for;

Butler 4%-3970. Complete SEPTIC TANK AND CREASE SALEtSaturdoySept. Butler 1170 S.W.8/23 4th 3tpd Terr.96.OKRAIOOO ., Lok. '. ..' .. .." .. pletely' furnished. Available. more? Buy direct Why from face pay day. 8/302tpd 9/6 your Iree.eve Please call:'

Insurance Service. TFN TRAP cleanouts, Phone 533-2884 Dusty Chancy, Green Cove
8. beginning o.m.Furniture ''' ''' tory. large selection of 24. HAY Bahla Alicia,
EVERYONE IS INSURANCE Reasonable. Jo. Forsyth, appliances, antique a bushel.! Call tlfn. .:. !,; (,"'R.t.,..,,N.!;, Ii or 2690508. Itchg 8/30 14, 12 wide*. COMMUNITY tinually cutting or for field con or Spring. 2849755. 8/30::

Immediate coverage by 431.1022. All business ap *. One mil. west of' Providence 496-3402. 8/23 2tchg 8/30. : 'co,,_' ,. ....."... ,"" j ,. "... MOBILE HOMES SALES, US barn sales. From 73 cents 4tchg20
phon. JOE USHERAOENCY4962I26 preciated. 3/31 TFNHARVEY'S SR-238, left SR. I 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. 1
on flE bale according to
or PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. r" :; per up 2'" SEARS COLOR TV good:
24IA On. half mil. Look HORSEi4 Palomino Sunday. Phone quality. Lorry LoFollette,
yrs. nlshed, efficiencies and 1 BR '
4% 2903.TFN: condition $250. Phone
ME NT,Land work.clearing hour andbulldosing for sign 8/30 Jtchg 9/6. Mare .96.3332.ltpet 8/30. apt., weekly or monthly ,.... jSERVICS, ,, ..... 964-8741. TFchg Stork. 964-6273. Itchg 8/30 964-6502. Itpd 8/30 '
By or
contract. Roods built fishponds YARD SALEiSaturdoy, Sept NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete IOxM TRAILER All new SEVERAL ITEMS) 8000 lb.
dug. and culverts in YOUTH BED I Mst 1.; 9 a.m. ell 12 noon. Many monthly only. 2313 N. Temple sharpening service, circular, paneling and Insulation. Warn winch twin axle SEVERAL ITEMS Practice:

stalled. Contact Superior IrestiCouch and chair chest new and slightly used toy. Starke. TFchg hand carbide, chain N.w wiring and plumbing 2 trailer; Chevy; 3/4 ton 4x4 Piano, $275; Antique Organ

CUSTOM MADE Cleaners. 2592078. Alter 6 and other Infant furniture Clothing, household items. mower blade hollow ground air conditioner. Phone 473-4777 after $300; Air conditioner $185;.

DRAPERIESiFree ..,Imo'.,. p.m.. call Eugene Harvey, Call 1963956.8/30: 2tpd 9/6. Corner of SR238 and SR231. MIMOSA MANOR mobile and balanced leave at Reasonable. Phone 6 part p.m. 964-5352. Itchg 8/30 Phone 964-8404. Itchg 8/30
home' mobile
Local distributors for completely 275-2552 or Ray Harvey, Itchg 8/30. pork Jackson Building Supply, 1)6.01.6251.1/16 TFchg
washable nationally 275-2768 In Sanderson. 8/23''' spaces for rent. Phone Starke or Keystone Ht.. NURSERY SALE: Potted TRAMPOLINE) New. ,round

advertised Gord..". Stehg 10/11 468.2912.3/22 TFchpKITCHENETTES TFchg THREE BEDROOM 1'A- both plant Vi price; fruit tree, lilt $599.95, sale $319.95.

Draperies. SAW Enterprises DOZIER OR DRAGLINE work. Keystone Area Aden ) One BRapartment ALCOHOLICS brick home, utility/carport, apple 6'-7', $8 In can; citrus 8xt2 list $399.95 sole

Ed or loma Stephens, All kind Grading pool. TV. AC, ANONYMOUS Phone near Starka Country Club. tree, $6.50 and $8 In cons; $249.95. Phone 17783227.
496-2219 3/1 TFN. drainage, clearing or fishpond BIG LAKE SANTA Hi On WORK WANTED House utilities Included.* Totallyfurnished. 964-5148 or 9646582. TFchg Well kept lawn. Ideal for 'figs, $2 gal can) Jax. fFchg
CUTSOM COMBINING. work don. by contract tonal Two BR house, S200 repairs roof repairs barns young coupl. or retirees. grapevine, bearing $3 gal.
the month first and last. built painting room additions Weekly monthly Immaculate almost FENCING) All kinds, hog
Call 496-2126 or by hour. Fr. (100 .REMODELING BUILDING, new can; hedge plants, boxwood
rate* w.lded barbwire
..lImot... Williams Phone screen porches, etc 30000. Phone 964-5756 wire, wire, -
or 4962903.: Dwight security. Storke. REPAIRS) New kitchen, or llgustrum, viburnum)
N. Ave..
496-2968 after 7 8/23 904-264-6590. alter 7 no lob too small. Mike' Temple 9647050. Marvin Brown. wood, chain link: freeestimates. :
p.m. p.m Phone 964-7357. 8/23 3tpd both, family room. Brick shade tree, podocorpu: MANNING
TFN. Itchg 8/30 small repairs 473-3997-day 9/6 block concrete. f'replac..pacloll.t. Itpd 8/30 camellia, aialeas, bottlebrush
FENCE CO.. 413.4822.K.yston..TFchg .
Records & Tapes CLARKES SAW SHOP Complete or 4732803after S p.m. WAREHOUSE GARAGE) .. Griff I ConstrueLion. pampas grass. O.C.

sharpening service, FOR RENT) Trencher compactor tfncha 8/23 $100/month with office. ., Phone 473-2108 or CARNES NURSERY 23 milesSE

TV-Sales & ServiceDAHMER'S hand, circular mower cement mixer FOR SALE) 1974 Dodge Phone 964-6112 or 964-5261. 4732578. TFchpBRADFORD Ad Get of Stark. on Hwy. 100 at ALUMINUM PLATES U.edn.w.pop.r
blades, chain sows, leave at pressure washer lawnmowers Custom Dart V-8, Air. Excellent Florahom. Phone 6592165.
TFchg plates
Crew Building Supply. Lake tiller, other condition. Make of. SEPTIC TANK Results 8/30 4tchg 9/20
ONE HOUSEKEEPING 5/8x36". 25 cent each. I
Butler 7/3 TFN. garden, auto and construction '.r. 964-7499 during week SERVICE Bradford residential .
Inc. ROOM AC; one sleepingroom ... .. BRADFORD COUNTY
USE THE LAUNDRAMAT at tool. 473-2426 week-ends. Itpd low price, AC; pump-outs, $45. I GET YOUR COPY of the TELEGRAPH 9646305.
Hwy. 100 by the Handy-Way. Hwy. 21 North 8/30 UNDERWOOD very MOTEL US and Industrial. Fully f 'R".sit: 1 ; Bradford County Telegraph TFchg
4732995. TFchgAVAILABLE FOR SALE 79 GMC Sierra licensed. Phone 964-8121. CENTENNIAL ISSUE. We still
We have a wash, dry fold ) 301, 4 miles North of Slarke. """... ..I\.,." I
964.7923 service', 25 per lb. Attendant 4x4 SWI Loaded. Camper TFchg TFchg .. .. ". .... --., have a few copies left In the ROUND BALES OF HAY'

on duty. TFN package 14,00.7:30.S:30.; IAHIA HAY Argentina, office. 135 W. Call St. Don't Fresh cut. $15 each. 80 3 TWO BEDROOM apartment THE MOWER CLINIC. Smallengines miss out this Issue) You'll
4734973. Ask for Bruce. highly fertlllied. Phone
110 E. Call St. Wood Brooder, $10 each
bedroom 2 both home In at 870 McMahon St.,
and all of 102 of Brad
type get
7500. 8/30 2tpd 9/6 '''.6071. TFchpWATSON'S pages pur. one or all. Phone 782-3140
REGISTERGAS Keystone. Near schools on FOR SALE) 73 Chevy truck Storke, 8/9 TFchg lawn mower repaired including ford County history for only TFchg
Phonograph NeedlesFor Dove St. Stove, refrigerator' reborlng. Workdone $1. TFpdBETHANY
excellent 4
AND OIL CH/A; washer/dryer hook. engine HOUSE FOR RENT Two reasonably. Henry
VACUUMS Many brand of
up; carpet; fenced yore; $800. bedroom, one bath on Browder 964-5760. 6/21 Used CITATION 12 ft. SINGER ATHENA 2000 Electronic :
IOS S. SI. new
Sale TsMBTfiM utility shed; last house on Heavy duty suspension. tpd canal on Little lake SantaFe. tlchg."itCH'. machine vacuum available. Part pop-up camper Like new. touch memory sewing
H4-SM3 paved dead end street $260 8/30 One acre. Washer/dryer Fully equipped. Sleep 6. machine. The best model ,r
Control and accessories for all
IPM Pest
.3 brdruom 2 bath per month let and lost FOR SALE Double sofa bed hook-up. $230 month, first NW'' Phon. 964-5459. Itchg 8/30 Singer make. Need someone '
frame home outside cityon LP Bottlesa month rent plus SIOO nuted flower print $50: and last, $100 security. Service of Fla. The March I I. vacuum systems. 404 to take overpayments
On To Rid Your Home" of 10th Ave.. Gainesville,
1."" acred. damage deposit. Phone 473-2009. Itpd 8/30 Phone 372.6399 or 3733938. ) AIR CONDITIONERS almost $17 p.r month or
Nuisance Call
phone 376.7)10.TFchg
.2 bedroom I bath Motor Homes Filled 431-1114 after 5 p.m. TFpd GARAGE SALE) Friday and 8/16 3tchg 8/30 964-5534. 6/21 Pests.TFN new. 24.000 BTU. Sacrificeat pay balance $487. Original

frame home In Halford..I CASH FOR GOLD, Sterling Saturday, Aug. 28.29 only. DO DROP IN Bergaln House) $250. Phone 964-6680 price $950.: Will take trade.
>/W :Mobile Home Items, Including boat MODERN FURNISHED APT. 1 after Phone 964-8512. Will
MlBiE1g- Jewelry, diamonds, coins, Many SEWING MACHINES US 301 South. We buy and noon Thursday. Itchg
and lot in city. Priced to fir dental gold. Will visit your and motor for $195. plants' bedroom wall to wall REPAIRED) All makes cleaned sell used furniture. Phone 8/30 deliver no obligation. Itchg !

sell.eJ nIl.T. hone anywhere. Mr. Rltt- etc. White Sands lake, 2 carpet AC. ample private oiled and adjusted. $10. 964-6740, 9 to 5 8/23.
bedroom 11/2 bath ... miles off SR-21 paved parking In rear 24 hr. RUSSIAN SABLE MINK
475-1089.2/1 on paved Work guaranteed. James Mon.-Thur.. 9 to 6 Frl. and I
brick home on nice lot in lI..rIHFOU man. tfnchg. road 352. Sign on front of security lighting. Mod.rn Strickland corner Morgan Sol 3/1 TFchpNEWSPAPER STOLE Phone 964-6883; FURNITURE, solo chest of
electric kitchen Phon. after 5 9647867. Itpd drawer, dresser kitchen j
city. property. Itchg 8/30 Rd. and 16. p.m.
Hwy TFchg
964-8394 after S p.m. Nochlldr.n 8/30 choirs desk miscellaneousItem
8)u bedroom. 2 bath ROLL
Keystone Heights.Beautifully FOR SAUl Cottage furniture or pet*. NOT A available Phone 9647816anytime.
frame home on nice lot SALE WILL KEEP CHILDREN In SNDSSeveral ,
bedroom recllner, my
wooded lots on : MOTEL. 8/23 2tchg 8/30. IS'/i FT. GRIPF-RAFT with Itchg 8/23.
in city. Custom Home G.E. Stove, sewing home weekdays, Mondaythru various lengths, all either
clear sand bottom lake. Friday 8 a.m. to S p.m.Phone 15" or 30" wide. Good 'for 40 HP motor two gas tank,
For Kent By Owner machine, cabinets, and BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT
Good term or discount lor 964-3206. 8/30 children to color table new magic tilt trailer. Phone
.3 bedroom I bath cash. 1 to 3 acres with nice misc. items. Call 4752365. carpeted AC, heat fenced Itpd covers etci BRADFORD on '''.8317. Itpd 8/30 MUST SELL I
.4 Bedroom Bath Itchg 130UN'UItNISHED yard kitchen appl. furnish Immediate delivery Liquidation ol
CII/A house on Kingsley tree overlooking lake from
.2 Rooms my steel
Dressing all new all buildings.
ed. No children animals.
no and
S3,500. S500 down.$50 Phone 782.3889 from noon W. Call. Starke. TF 40 x n x 14 $2.48 ft.
Formal I Living I I per 14.
$200: deposit $175
November month. Commercial lot RENT) Melrose 2 BR, security box springs; foam rubber
through area
3 8/30 9/6 .
Room In advance.. 746 N. to p.m. 2tpd 60 x 108 X 15 12 38 per iq. ft.
IV4 both $235 monthly Excellent condition' $100.
March. SR-21 North available.OwnerSalesman. per month. BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just Call Collect 1-9O4-307-2U9
Game room with 3BR 2 bath Thompson St.. Stark. ATTENTION WORKING Phon. 964-7461 Itpd
4734375. $325 per month opening. Hwy 21 North of 8/30 Steel
Century BulMlnos
island Phone 964-7444 '''.5070. MOTHERS Do need.
Maines bar.
4,000 or someone
2/22 tfnchg. 3BR 1 bath, $225 per month lOll Keystone Ht*. Ceramic, -
sq.ft.Situated. Itpd 8/30 to care your kids' MUSCADINE GRAPES) Light
hlla.t and s.curitydeposity plaques, dolls, Indian
Real Estate on 1 acre in S ACRES an 214 near call owner for appointment TWO BEDROOM 2 both Phone 964-7440 after 4 p.m. Jewelry other Items. Phone .:and dark varieties.' U-pick or ,,.. 0 RN -11II
Lake Butler. trailer AC Santa F. Itpd 8/30 we pick. Monday thru Saturday .
4752123. Itchg 8/30 on 473-1042.1126 TFchg
Keystone Heights. S300 i
Realtor 192,500. partially lake canal. SISO/month.: CHILD CARE IN MY HOME) 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1.8 PANELINGCENTER
160 South Lake Avenue furnished. down $89.81 per month. FOR RENT) 2BR 1 Bath Fur- Phone 473-4519. Itpd 8/30 Monday thru Friday. town GRAPES Muscadine and mile N. of SR 26 on'200A..

Lake Butler Fla. I 430: S.W. llth St. Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 nlshed on Whtle Sands lake location. Fenced yard. Hot scuppernongs, large (half S.. signs. Langnecken, I !
I hone 496-3223 alter 6 p.m. 3/29 tfnchg 250mo.: Keystone Height' THREE BEDROOM unfurnished meal. Phone 9645703. dollar size), black and 473-1151 or 4732702. Itchg

496-3978 8/30 ltpd. Realty Realtor' 473-4961 house. $100 month. Itchg 830BABYSITTING whit. Easy Picking. U-pEck, 8/30 Paneling Molding I

NEW MOBILE HOME ..V. 1 Itchg 8/30 Phone 964.572Itchg 8/30 ) In my home; SO' a pound Lilly's Kitchen Cabinets I

PARTS STORE, also HELP WANTED) Receptionist Lawtey area, near 3 prisons. Vineyard Florahom., Hwy "
Counter J
WATERSBULLDOZINC Whirlpool GE RCA part. Keystone Heights BRADFORD VILLAGE Christian home, reference.. 100. 8/23 3tpd 9/6. GRAPES I Tops 1
1 1I 1j WHEELERS betweenKeystoneMelrose Animal Hospital Full-time, APARTMENTS' (Taking application Phone 7823640. Itchg 8/30 Scuppernong VanitiesFREE

Iight-typing, exciting posi for vacancy coming *
4752401. tfn chg ./19..Olt tion. 5 days weekly. Mature up). One BR furnished A I

CLI Bulldozer Work RENT 2BR Flo. rm.. Individual neat. Resume to AC carpet, walled garden 1961 Reflnishind\ Muscadines ESTIMATES i

Large or Small and Rt. 2 Box 103 Keystone patio. Phone 9648601. FORD MOO I EZ to pick
carpet, drapes, range
I Heights, 32656, tfnchg 8/30 TFchg Patio/Walk Stones ] .VAUGHN-JOHNSON, 1
*Lard Fill ref near school and shopping Six cylinder. Open everyday .
1 1 more Info. Call 473-3463 UNPURNISHED.I4OUSE See Parking Bumpers/ 8 a.m. Dark
PondsWILBUR or 473-4240 or 473-31S4. MARY KAYCOSMETICS to appreciate. Cory two CO. H
bedroom kitchen equipped Phone 964-5023 after Installation ||
All RICK, 3 bedroom 2 8/30
j WATER fireplace, drape, Im 5 p.m. Spencer; Vineyard 140 S. Thompson St
bath country home,central II
maculate.. No p..*, SUNSHINE ACRES
h.ot A air. Equipped kitchen tM-tM HOUSE FOR SALE 3 BR 2 Louise Starling $,,()/month. plus security 51 235A Coca Cole.. i

with a terrific floor 860 w. Msdkm" St Sttrko bath living room kitchen deposit. Phone 964-6680 864-7699 )} AlachuaPh.462

plan. "2,500. 884-S72S Bu. dining room den. "1.000. Evening Keystone 473-3002 Hlghte after noon Thursday." Itchg t .329 L- 964-5711 I
Free Estimate 4__
064-4841 Home 468-1820 or P.O. Box 1334 1/30' A KB ID iHBsDHHDW

NEW HOME A family ,l Key.'o_. 8/30 2tchg 9/6 MOW LAWNS
pleaser with 3 bedrooms, 2
heat t air. All kitchen op.plionc. SERVICE POLES your own sign business, SIDEWALKS REPAIRS. ..

.. and a good $3500 Includes equipment, BUILT PAINTING. ROOM'ADDITIONS, SCREEN 2"ThrurT"
Or Small Jobs
assumable mortgage. material and training low Large ,LANDSCAPECall
100 AMP
939.900. overhead, may tart part- I PORCHES ETC. Reasonable Prices. Fast Rotary

'I'l3 ; time 378-9815. Itchg 8/30 Dozer Work 473-3997 Day 473-2803 After 5 P.M. Drilling Equipment


cottage on "private" lok. full or part-time person to FoundationsTop .........s.s..s
In Keystone or... Recently
assist In lawn and yard LAWN
remodeled. Including new
business., Must be ... !
roof I wrop-around porch Soil HandymanFence ....
qualified. Call 473.2185 "
Lower Interest rotes on New & used
evening' after 6 Call '

this new listing 33000. 473-2132 2tchg 9/6 daytime.p.m.8/30 JIMMY MARTIN ,964-5230 Co.,; : SaI.8.Parts-Servlce


GENTLEMAN 3 bedroom White's Sewing E-Z TmmaPlumbing

bath home with 964-8559 .. .
2 atone'Ir.plac. *
LOGGERS AND PULPWOOD PRODUCERS licensed. Broker or Licensed. telespervon Center
.. Mooted on six

acre of good land. A CAN YOU SILlf?TT ... **. ..
home with ALL the extra Don't junk that punctured skldder tire 11 I I We SEWING MACHINE :Ff!;;,,<: .... o
Your awn full-tlm. Franchise 'In Real Estate, right In this I I =tp:: "16." .

$70.000. can section repair 90% of any size off the road ar_., And NO franchise charge. National Company SINGER GOLDEN .:>.l';..,:.,.jI.!t'I' : "',','"'',' ,.: New InstallationSeraodeng
i YOUNO FAMILY NI.DEDII. firs established In 1900. largest In It*field.All advertising all TOUCH AND SEW .; :: I :I .fu), :.>t>>: 1 Repairs.

, for this 2 bedroomlI M Used tires In stock: sign, form, supplies furnished. :Professional Training All fancy designs: ..

I I X11 I bath frame home locote 18.4x25 30.9x32 17.5x25 and Instruction given for rapid development-> from Startto buttonhole overcasts, Industrial & Residential .urr:.ns.l i

I freer close to $uae!$. Nationwide advertising bring Buyer fromEverywhere. .blind hem.
, I on schools.quiet Asking 27500. 23.1x26 24x32 20.5x25 Can you qualify? You must have Initiative, ,etc. Chili Link ......................

t 28.1 x26 67.3400x25All I excellent character (bondable). tale ability .be financially Sold n.w"".00

I RESIDENTIAL BUILDING .. I responsible. Commission-volume opportunity for man Balance due136.40 PUMP 8 SUPPLY

LOTS-located on Grove j work guaranteed. woman couple or team That Can' Sell. Information or$13.20 per month Licensed City & County COMPANY

Garden Street Priced for [ Contact Vlrgel' Bennett without obligation. .. ,
quick sole to *...,."'at.. Call for free home trial A
""'1 $3,900 each.COMMEIOAL. BENNETTS COMMERCIAL TIRE 376-4467 Expert Installation 864 N. Temple Ave.

jAi'' BUIIDINO STROUT Wh...'........Center Starke. Flo.
1111 North Allen St. MALTY...., RIO. SICKER
.i Downtown area of torke.. U27.W.Archer Pd. free Estimates
'r'' This I 19 0 "deeper" with Perry. Flo. 323.c7900C584"927 P.O.Sex 89441 Archer leuer.PleteO.leesville

f I. Ii good owner financing Ceelberry.FlS>707 Open 9-7 0647061r'

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xml record header identifier 2008-10-20setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,dc:date August 30, 1979dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida