Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
September 13, 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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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J 'a'a'r IMit r 'I h$arlcs Schaefer came out ahead In{ Schaefer. who ran against Incumbent city clerk.JI..and

Jt h, ,0wI ,Tuesday's city,election, with runoff Joseph Warren won with 942 reinstated July 23.police chief and.
votes scheduled Sept. 25 for Jimmy votes to Warren's 436 for the Group 2 Warren kicked
t Barren and Jimmy Eppa for police council seat. There were M no votes. Wilbur Waters off the
chief and George Holiday and Vernon "I'm very happy about this-it's not force, saying there auxiliary police
SHcox for Group 4 commission seat, what I predicted, but I'd take one interest since. Waters was a conflict of
' Poll workers f.eelbe uncounted ballots after 1.472 voters showed up Tuesday to vote. 'Ai vote," Schaefer said after the vote Public Safety Committee Served as well.on the
was officially tallied, Schaefer
An incident
,, predicted 3-i victory over Warren. of involving the suspension
police officer
..,' I "This is the people's mandate-they Tomasovitch brought Warren George into
don't want a strong form of
j I government" he added mayor, referring toWarren' courthouse again when attorney J, J,
"Jess" Wolbert
County to Collection filed: an injunction
Begin mayor form struggle of have. a., strong suspension against Warren of Police to stop Chief"threatened Jimmy

Schaefer served six the
t- years on Bowen." The suit was thrown out on
council was mayor from 74-76, and the grounds there
Of Mobile Home Back m was defeated by councilman Ted evidence of an Impending was insufficient suspension
I TaxesMobile Oglesby last year. Schaefer switchedto of the police chief.
Group this and the
year won over The latest, and last political entanglement -
controversial Mayor Joe Warren.
home owners who have not thereafter, can send out notices. I, 1 yyhero Warren issued a statement after his was the of was involved In
and Clerk
inspector make him deputy tax City Mer
be renewing their license: tag or payIng Heretofore mobile home residents collector a ) loss which said: "I leave the city rill Edwards for "neglect of his of

property taxes are being targetedby have not received notices to renew commission of Starke with the confident ficial duties"
the County Commission which license tags. The inspector must work under the feeling that I showed the peopleof Warren suspended Edwards 4
Monday instructed Tax Collector J.R. The tax Is determined by the lengthof tax collector, Elwell said and baa this' community where the problems for his refusal to place several Sept.items
Kelly to begin a collection program."I a mobile home,officials say with a nothing to do with the sheriffs office. with the City of Starke are. The on the ballot pertaining to the election,
can see $150,000 or better a year 40 foot long mobile home tag coating Last' year the count zoning office most Important thing to me in the four or appointment of the city clerk
we're not getting," said Commissloner .$45 per year The commission decided instituted an' inspection of mobile years I have been. in office has been police chief and mayor. Edwards was
*. E.W. Hodges Jr. Fellow com- to go back three years plus the cur homes in; the Lawtey area, and collected the approbation of people whose opinion reinstated one hour later by commit
} missioners neither agreed norA rent year. Under that policy the most 23,000 in delinquent tag I valued so much. My heartfelt sioners.
disagreed with Hodges. a 4o-foot mobile home would be taxed payments in two months. But the inspector thanks to the cheering section and .:
r A The number of mobile homes In the is four times $45, or 9180. Tags for from the zoning office stopped may God bless them all." Bowen, chief of police for seven
, county Is unknown at the* present shorter mobile homes are less, longer inspecting mobile homes for expired Warren also offered( his congratulations years, needed 787 voles to win. or SO
y ..time and the number of those delinquent ones more. Doublewides are twice tags when the county Waa' told it was, |o Schaefer. percent plus one. He pulled In 655
In taxes Is also unknown. the price of a single-wide. going about the collection incorrectly L votes to Eppe' 489. Julius Eunice
Estimates from the tax collector's office County. Commission Chairman and the county could lace legal pro- Warren had a turbulent political came in with 309 votes and there were
are that there are some 2,000 Maxie Carter assured Kelly, who was blems. ---- career in his eight years In office. He 19 no votes.
mobile homes in the county, with reluctant to start the program It Is the DMV agency's responsibility was elected to office in 1971 and served Bowen said, he was very pleased
without .t city ball dutifully dropped! as mayor since October 1978. Warren about the election and "proud of
, possibly 1,000 delinquent. n proper authority, several to collect mobile home tag taxes, '' the
Kelly was instructed by: tha county times that the board will "back .you Kelly said. Elwell assured him., thalif ballots Into the ballot box, was ousted June S for refusing to. people who turned out to vote. ?

commission to institute a program to up 100 percent." however, that the county can rescind several. .. .. orders....., he gave to, theL
I ItWPJlfX; mobile home owners wlq! aTe. :Viflfe board tells' me to collect. tluo 0 -- "working with DMV.operate "<<-l' 1IIMiL II.-, ...... ..........nt........ -I...... .' Bowen said he'd be! camnahlnil1ft n.Nherih .,
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. . teleewing"their Ir" ** > : lfI" attheollld' fb ih\ I'
" .neitber..paying..taxeS" fwt a man the held, said, Kollyr'rlf DuvarCouniyCci&ted) ; t363.000'lfT ', : ':'" ( ; .9"'I. tialti4l""r"n
mobile home license each tell to do .. ,..,..., ., ,,.., -' 'Weeks;? but he'wmn'ttremng
plate you me it, I'll do it, Kelly the first six months it operated the 'v'' '. ... .', << dnnn-tor"
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year. The program will consist of put- added. program, and expects 9400,000 moreIn If r'.; I' door because of the time factor.
ting men in the field to inspect each Assistant State Attorney Tom the next few months.. Duval pays its, I,1\ f} "I feel pretty good about this dicer
mobile home. After the county is', Elwell went to Jacksonville to see field inspectors around $10,000 per ; 'fi ct' : tion..I hope people will come out
worked over once, the tax collector' how Duval County runs its program to year. The field inspectors had to Ctiy ,. again and vote, How".id. He add
office will have a record and, collect mobile home tag taxes. Bradford write only 12 citations, none of which Je.t.' 1..1111 t ', ed he thought Eunice's' supporters
will pattern its programs after have gone to court. In other words, w "-i' .- \;', \ would yote for him in .the runoff.
that of Duval, supposed to have one of all but 12 Duval mobile residents complied Nv.t" 1 tTlle j-1.4\ d: h.\.tt : ,
gl1ttauun tkrr the best programs of Its type In the with the notice of delinquency.That t ltyHaI'' 3, Epps said he Will be campaigning
state. Is the way it worked here last r .. ., :.). harder in the next two weeks;
Elwell told the "' '- if: f.. 1:11: however, It will be door-to-d cam-
,: commission it can year, according to the tax collector' \' !: .
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take steps to assume the 'duty for office. Many people did not realize ( F+b "' :'}) paigning. He said his campaign fund!
iI mobile home tag collection from the they: were delinquent and When they 1 have run out.
Florida Division of Motor Vehicles. found it out, they came In and paid up' I "I think this was a very clean race
.I Steps are to. initially, send a letter requesting -, promptly. One man who apparently because of my' might
,, such authority to DMV heard of the commission: s action have been" different had I not been in '
\ Director John Calvin in Jacksonville; Tuesday morning, came in to the tax the race, Epps said.
second, to send one man to a school collector's office and paid $321 In, Epps added he hoped people would
operated by DMV on how to be a field delinquent mobile home tag taxes continue to be motivated for grad I
inspector, and third, to bond the field Tuesday morning. government and come out to vote In
1. the run-off election.
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The sign 'tells voters what to do as they qUf' up to Cad their vote.j her hat in the ring for the first time,
Brooker WantsyLoca1 left early when the votes for Group 4
.l;: were being counted, saying "they re
YL already too far ahead of me" Peterson -
..\ czJntimbtr 13 had 233 votes.Incumbent ,
Bradford. County I Vernon Silcox will vie
'" School.... ElDer ency ShelterWhy I against newcomer George., Holiday
"< L'd: .. /w..k........17,..,. ', '.'. I I Jr In the run-off election. Silcox a
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commissioner for eight years, had a
4 transport elderly people 18 -Was Informed by councilman J.C. I total of 684 votes to Holiday's 513.

miles to Starke by school bus for Harrell the CETA worker supervisor Sixty percent of the registered
T Monday." Soot. qar.df.rd emergency shelter when they could ,that the town's CETA employee I = t4.F voters or 1,472. turned out and
be housed in nearby Brooker Elemen- has quit,leaving the town with a pro several poll worker-laid this was the
Covnty tary School, the Brooker city council: blem about who is going to. do Sc..... R. td wants to know. town's maintenance work. Sammmy "E' years. ?*' ,. *0i

,. .. ::. MeetI.-7'.m. The council discussed county civil Clark was hired to do the city's mow- Voters werei toed up 20 deep five
defense preparations at length, at Ing. minutes beforeti$ > polls closed. A
.. elks a....... times getting little hot under the collar Agreed to ask the Shady Oaks sub P fish fry sponsored by Schaefer kept
'' \jf' ........7'.,... at having to travel to Starke for division to cut its grass. the poll workers going until 9:30: when
M..*1nf.t I p.m. emergency shelter.At Instructed the city clerk to inquireof the final vote count was out.

the request of the council Clerk Clay Electric why the electric bill Linda Robinson phoned School Board for street lights ,has gone up'' from '
I.*N.I Chairman Vernon Parmenter to find $211.75 to $381.79. a Jump of approx .u................P.....,......... I
h.Ita.Mattmdlrt Church out when the next school board imately $170 The''
,' council wants to
7iM'9<.,..... delegation know: if It does
meeting so a can appearto have a contract which
All Yo.tll.bttt.4Mo4lPf discuss shelter. The calls for $211.75 I Ii
.. emergency per month, and why L I
school: board will meet Monday Sept. some of the H0hlm do not work.. .. .. _,
: :. free ,-- ....._: m If
17 at 7 Agreed that hiring a new town
"" .*Mir cnrdeSrrd The' council' also Instructed Fire marshal depends on the budget, and Voters line at hall
', fcuw up city to cant their vpie In Tursdaj'n election.
*fcy Chief George O. Pierce: to contact the agreed there will be no motion to hire f
'.. .,' ', 7th O.y Church county civil defense unit to find out replacement until the applicantscan
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.tat what u needed for Brooker to operateits be Interviewed by the council.

'," own shelter Town marshal Tommy Raulerson Kirchainc Innocent on Burglary ChargesThe
? School Supt. Tom Casey said Tuesday resigned July 10.

i'f :.,' T-.4o.I. night that any school in the county Was told by Fire Chief George O. mart whose brother was killed later by Klrchaine. who asked Mooreto
f II i available for use as emergency Pierce that he attended a fire training four yean ago at the Zippy Mart store give him a ride to his car, which he
'SbJ- shelter but arrangement must be school and learned how to
repair near Hampton was found innocent said would not start.
II"'. StartCMMcd.MeetI.. made through the county civil defense equipment and how to climb with ,Tuesday of burlary, grand theft and Moore said Klrchaine picked up a i
aleney. heavy equipment on his back. Pierce criminal mischief of the same store number of items including cigarettes M. R
7,10 par.iY.dnsd.r.S.oLif. In other action Tuesday night, the also said the Fire Department practiced early this summer beer and meat from' wooded

r council: putting out a fin in a house Timothy Wayne Klrchalne. 27, was area west of Hampton, and they next
Set a Friday. Sept.. 21. meeting to donated in High Springs. cleared of all charges after a five went to Kirchaine a yellow Mustang,
.. consider the only' two water system Gave the Fire Department the old hour bearln The six-member jury which was hidden in a wooded area
bids received Tuesday night both air-conditioner that was In the city give their verdict to Circuit Judge nearby. He said the car's back seat
higher than the $ grant-loan haJi Dace Fagan after nearly 3>i hours of and trunk contained a number of
Public I4 available from the Farmer's Home deliberation. other items
On IOWNMW Sh.rhifl ICouft +.a.d. Administration:; Cobart Construction Assistant State
7.Insdf.rd eo-tJ Co..Gainesville,entered a base bid of Index; Marian Moore of Hampton Elwell offered as evidence Attorney fingerprint Tom I"
IC C..tarNsHur I..mS 'lM,393p and an alternate bid of .. testified,that Klrchalne, a friend ofher ; taken from items disturbed
... .... $173,392 for a used water tank. sera, had slept at her home the during the robbery and from Items In FootballSeasonHereAgain
Mechanical Equipment Co. entered abase TWO SECTIONS night of
burglary. She said when she Klrcnalne's car. as well as
.*y c4SIWIY <<, bid of $191,139 and an alternate SECTION At got up In the morning,she found meat photographs of Kirchatne's car with I
Society . .. SA3A,1A
bid of$161.120. Paves and beer
in her
j2 cK3.w I( S ,........ "We may have to meet again (after editorial. .. ..'.... .. PBf. .4A bad not been there refrigerator the night before.which the Bradford items in County it Deputy Don DflIooton
the Sept. 21 meeting) to decide where Pa... 14,4.., When she learned of the burglary,she testified that rfertM t
Of St.k. we're at," laid Councilman A.G. .....1'A Real Eee.. .,.... pile 44A returned some of the she more than 40 items Cheerleader Patti Chen >rU.
items worth .
approximately; $800, were .In ails tudntt ,. cheer Tornado' jprMdr ,: .
Hwy 301 A. 964-6076 Stalnaker. $334TO, SECTION Bt Her son. Darrell, testified he had Klrchalne s car when Moor led the 'on to a* 1M O\'U rival Baker1' I
-Unanimously approved the been
..,..... awakened about 3 a.m. by noises deputy to It. HtgA The Totaadoeetra'ef'lo;:, ,
"discussed.MiUag Sports pules. t-31.1.7! "
HalGflfa'Hwy previously "
ky..o" budget aa : outside his home. r'
He said he found
"" public defender Soon Saxon called I Field In r.,, .
V Citizeq'a. a
C..saUlect&. .....Pal.a&9. ,il' GaIQlI'ln'.m.1' l '
three mills'toqualify
100 And 21A was set at. H. Klrehain'driving down the' street, '
no witnesses In Klrchaine'c defense, < lough 'g a", ivUhMEasteM Higts'rtomorrow '
473-4973 for state and federal revenue Pala/i. snouting that he had robbed the Zippy ''and argued thestate had not proven night. See Seethe. B fee
sharing funds. Jjlart.'Moore said he was awakened Kirchaine wai guilty of the! charges. detail on sport

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Pogo ZA TELEGRAPII September 13. 1979

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1 Sheriff's Audit ExcellentThe ,, Bids Asked on SecondaryRoad

Bradford County Sheriff General stated It la unwise for an official t' 4 ,

Department's audit completed Aug. to hold two positions, Reddish l Project
28 by CPA Ernest Ellison was termed said He said the problem corrected Retopping
"excellent" by Sheriff Dolph Reddish Itself when Raulerson resigned In July --- \ '
-- is s Specifications for a $700,000 retopp- Commissioner Shuford.
The audit was done to determine The lease-purchase agreement for I : Ing project of deteriorating secondary The Whitehead Settlement Road,
the financial operations the depart. radar equipment was also criticized. roads and a caU for bids to be openedat SR-235 from SR-100 to SR-229, is probably
ment, as well as to ferret out any Il. However, Reddish said such lease -r 10 a.m. October 1 were approved In the worst condition of any
legalities In operations. According to agreements are very common with iii'a Monday, Sept. 10, by the Bradford secondary road in the county. It is
the audit, no money was misplacedand law enforcement departments. The County Commission. badly deteriorated with many
there were minor criticisms of sheriff's department leased a moving ass Commissioner Dave Shuford, In potholes. The list of roads also includes -
the operations.One radar unit for $3,083 with an Interest / charge of the Road Department this :
charge of$535. Reddish said the only I year, obtained specifications on SR-233, from SR-229A to SR-200
criticism which has come up reason he chose the lease-purchase 1 ; >ds similar work and with the advice of (US-301).
before Is the purchase of gas for thesheriffs arrangement was became of the County Attorney Dudley Hardy, drew SR-229A, from SR-229 to SR-U at
automobiles. Currently, gas built-in maintenance agreement. He up specifications to cover the retopp- Raiford.
Is being bought with a courtesy card also said the from Sampson Canal to
carrying charges were Ingof some 60 miles of existing secon- SR-225,
at gas stations at the regular less than If the unit had been bought dary roads using the funda borrowed SR-200.
1. prices. The auditor suggested three outright. against future state secondary road .SR-1o0A, the Edwards Loop Road
alternatives to change the situation: sold west of Starke to SR200in
Reddish funds. The revenue bonds were from SR-100
1) To purchase gas from the countycommisalon's pointed out that the department
has returned August 7 In Tallahassee to Wm. R. south Starke.
bulk $16,135 to the
barn| 2) To install pump a bulk at the pump county at- ty's general fund, which he coun considered Police survey the damage after the five-car pile-up Tuesday afternoon In frontof Hough Co., a dealer in municipal SR-lOOA, the Griffia Loop Road
bonds. The Is borrowing the which loops off SR-100 south of Starkeat
Bradford High Behool.Dtbble county
the and "very good. Total
county Jail; 3)) To get quotes operating .
for the money by pledging future state secon- both ends.SR200B
from local retail stations expenditures period of the
gas on va road funds against the debt to be the Anderson cutoff road
rebates. audit (Oct. I, 1m. Feb 2, 1979) was dary
I 105780. repaid at $100,000 per year over a just.south of Lawtey from SR-200 to
Reddish said he has discussed the The department received over 1 seven year period.Previously 5R-225 west of Lawtey.
: first two alternatives with the county $300,000 for the upcoming fiscal 1 work on secondary SR-231, the Dedan Church Road
,, commissioners and received negative year. roads has been done on bids let by the which loops off SR-18 just east of
feedback from them. He Is now work- #j % state Department of Transportation, Brooker.

Ing on the third alternative.The e.................................. r-&i--f but the county Is now responsible for SR-237, from the Alachua County
secondary road maintenance in the line to SR-18.
audit also criticized the county.Commissioner. SR-225, from the Alachua County
of Brooker Marshal Tom "A hen l II eog't
deputizing only an way Shuford said Mon- line to SR-18.
my Raulerson. Although state law of ;making another egg. y day the bids call for asphalt to be SR-21A, the Santa Fe Lake Road
does not expressly prohibit such practice Samuel Butler T poured by the ton. That way,Shuford from SR-21B to SR-100.
an opinion from the Attorney explained, the county can quit when .SR-323, which runs south from
the $700.000 runs out. The county is Hampton to US-301.
hopeful of retopplng some 60 miles of .SR-225A. from SR-225 to SR-125 in
secondary roads, taking the worst the Norman section Just west of Oscar.
ones first. Carter's Store.
"We all know what to do when you SR-230A, the Bethel Church Road,
RegisterNow Iw run out of money. You quit," said from SR-230 to SR-231A.

For Peignoir Set (With They'd Hurry Up!)

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& Gift CertificatesStop Forman's 197 Toyota was totaled Tuesday afternoon after a truck Love Bugs on Their Way South
plowed Into her parked car, causing: It to smash Into three other parked cars.

by our new location and Those misnomered pesky love bugs pearance Is sporadic, however, and
are back again, making their Short said some years they will be
browse through our large No In furies in 5 CarSmash-Un. presence obvious on windshields, car around in greater numbers. The peak
Y 7 grills, house doors, windows, and people time for the creatures to come out is
selection of NEW Missy midSeptember.The .
and Over $5,000 of damage was done to fifth vehicle, a 1979 Ford truck, owned The flies, technically known as bugs are out from 10 a.m. until
Junior Fall Fashions. five cars in a Tuesday afternoon by William Edward Hahs, of Starke. Plecla Nearctica, were nicknamed dusk, so those who hate the splatter of
) smash-up in which no one was injured The 1979 Toyota was totaled at a Love Bugs because they are always the bugs on their car, should drive
cost of $3,000. Damage to Anderson's coupled together-not because they early in the morning and late in the
We still hove SUPER 1 A 1975 Chevrolet pickup truck truck was estimated at $450; the '77 have endeared anyone to them. evening. Short said driving slower
I t 1 driven by Rex Eugene Anderson, 59, Ford truck $,1750; the '73 Toyota, The bugs, according to Dr. Donald will also eliminate much of the mess.
SAVINGS on Summer of Starke, traveled north on US-301 $150; and the '79 Ford truck $40. E. Short at the University of Florida, Baby oil or Pam will make It easier to
approximately 35 mph. Anderson hita are harmless and cause no economic get the bugs off, and Short said if you'
merchandise marked 1979 Toyota sedan, owned by Debbie Anderson was cited for careless damage.
They're Just a nuisance to care about your car's paint job, they
Forman of Gainesville parked in driving. He said person made a dodge and hard
to get off your car. should be washed off every day. If the
50% off and morel front of the school board office,which U-turn on 301, forcing him into the far Short said the bugs can even be considered dead bugs sit for a long period of time,
0 began a chain reaction. The Toyota right lane and into the parked cars. beneficial because they feed they will eat the paint off.
slammed Into a 1977 Ford truck, own- The alleged culprit was nowhere to be off of decayed vegetation.The And, according to Short, the,only
While you're here, register for the I ed by Merv Jackson of Starke, which found. Anderson said it all happenedso love bug variety of flies were thing we can do about the bi-annual
u then hit a 1973 Toyota sedan owned by fast, he didn't even get a look at the first recorded to be in Louisiana in the invasion Is "to put up with 'em.''
FREE Gift Certificates & Peignoir Set Stephen Wadsworth Barber, of car that forced him Into the parkedcars. early 1920s. Short said they probably
Jacksonville, and finally ran Into the migrated up from the Caribbean and

Drawing to be held q Gulf of Mexico areas. The bugs came
1' Into Florida In the '50s. Physician
Saturday, Oct. 6, at 5.00 p.m. ', Two Charged with Welfare Fraud In the late '60s and earfy '70s the invasion -
a ,.. of love. bugs.was so,bacUtfw
Two Starke men were charged WIth| Both men, were released on their' Florida legislature funded .a'protect ., .: Training .. I
4 + JNifufchai'Neceuaryf 4'wpUA' r fraud, after the startfattorney's 'own :recoenlzance'pendmfj/ first-ap to stud thellbother 'otnELipats. L- **S A ? ,
; "'office received Inforniatlonthey pearance before Circuit Judge Osee yDr.-Louis C-Kulter: ; also Expanded;
1\\ were drawing unemployment Fagan. at the UP
compensation while working. The project dissipated in 1975
c ft Pizza Hut RobbedThe because, as Short said, there was no Expanded programs to train physicians
1 X50uo I It David Frazier 39, of 1501 N. Grand money left and It was found the bugs in the fields of spinal cord in-
f St., and Kling Smith Griffis, 52, of Rt. Pizza Hut on US-301 was robbed were being eliminated by natural jury, substance abuse and geriatrics.
t! p4 I 1, Box 100 C, were arrested by Brad- early Saturday morning by a man .causes have been given a high priority in
ford County deputies and charged wielding a gun who forced three "There are five fungi that attack Veterans Administration planning,
t with unemployment compensationfraud. employees to give him the money bag the larvae that the love bugs have not VA chief Max: Cleland said today.
1f containing $1,703. developed a resistance to. Birds also "My goal Is to develop a concen-
f 4tiC4 toG I According to court records, Griffis Donna Campbell, an employee at eat the larvae" Short explained. tration of real expertise in these fields
Gert was arrested Sept. 4 on a three-count Pizza Hut, said she was taking out the A bug spray was never tried on the that Is second to none" Cleland said.
I t I Ia Information charging him with making trash around 2:20: a,m. and when she love bugs because the natural VA's revamped Spinal Cord Injury
uo / / +is a false unemployment claim while re-entered the building, a black man elimination proved to be effective Fellowship Program, in which
earning wages from Thelo Enter- with a gun told her to give him the enough. selected physicians will be provided
} prises Inc. of Gainesville. money bag. Two other employees, Short said the love bug population intensive, two-year training in a unique
/f Frazier was arrested Sept. t and Mary Brown and Jan Carlson, gave varies each year, with the fall popula multi-disciplined!approach to the
f charged with failure to disclose; his him the money. and were told, "Don't lion the heaviest. Short said the treatment of SCI patients, began in
,l AI Qt\1e5 jvfsA' employment at S.D. Pitts Masonry make a move. The robber then fled. population explosion is because the July at the VA medical centers at
/ Co. in Lake City. No suspect has been apprehendedvet summer breeding season is more Palo Alto and Long Beach, Calif.
J favorable and shorter, By, fiscal year 1981, Cleland said,
JI Favorite breeding places for the VA will have 22 medical centers at
JI I= toy-A woy i DRESS & GIFT SHOP St Edwards Church Hair bugs are low-lying, moist areas such Palo Alto and Long Beach, Calif.
Ji as pastures and hammocks, which explains By fiscal year 1981, Cleland laid
I ire. Gilt Bradford Square BINGOEvery why there are more bugs in VA will have 22 Spinal Cord Injury
rapping particular areas than in other areas. Fellows In the program.
i 9.00 The bugs are on their way south "They will be taught a unified ap
to 6.00 8:00 P.M.
: : 964-5051 Saturday : Short said and In the coming years proach to treating these patients
411 N Temple Ave Starke. Fla we'll 'see, fewer and fewer of them in which Involves plastic and
northern Florida. They're apr neurosurgery orthopedics internal
medicine. uroloev and rwvrhlatric
services. VA has-a unique capability
I in this country of providing this typeof
training on such a scale" he commented

In another. area Cleland said VA's

Regular HOT DOG Substance will begin Abuse on July Fellowship I, 1980, with Program

f year six fellows entering the program each

Training will encompass the care of
veterans suffering from alcoholismand

I TWOs BITS ((25C) ,affect aspects program psychiatric The an drug VA essential veterans of, Geriatric Cleland abuse diagnosis Administrator and,part which of pointed Fellowship mental all and of increasingly the out.ages.treatmentare said training health Program The theagency's

which began in July 1978 had
24 physicians in intensive training at
t 1" 12 VA medical centers as of July of
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY this year. That number will double In
FY 1981, he said.
k In addition to physical medicineand
i FRIDAY and SATURDAY rehabilitation, both physical .and
occupational therapy are Involved in
E the training of the fellows.
:: ? Geropsychiatry is also a key ele-
September 12 thru 15 1979 ment of the program and the problems
of schizophrenia and dementia
In elderly veterans are being addressed
I both In research and clinical ac
n tivities of the fellows.
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The tiny 2'/4-year-old girl whose works with her at home in the to swim but to be In a normal environ- she's been getting better because of have their fears. Mrs. Morford said After School Plck-Up
body was once limp and helpless bathtub. ment. her improved lung capacity" Mrs. one little boy kicked and scratchedand
swims underwater to her instructor, The swimming program was InItiated "We didn't start this program with Schaefer beamed as she talked about bit when he first got In the water
Dottie Morford. and comes up sputtering after a concerted effort by the Idea the kids would learn to her daughter's progress. Sylvester Lott 4, overcame his fear
and smiling.Diagnosed BUARC, the American Legion Post swim..actually, we really didn't Although ISR cannot scientificallyprove and was the first to graduate from the ,Call
as having epilepsy and 202, the Auxiliary Post 202 and the know what to expect," explained the children's improvementsare swimming program. And most of the ..
delayed development a year ago Dort Lionellas of Keystone Heights after Arlette Love, supervisor of the HIP. because of the swimming lessons, children would curl up Into a fetal 964-5232
Schaefer was a rag doD,"accordingto Interest was sparked from an article What the children do learn, most parents, once they get over the position when they were put in the
her mother Donna Schaefer. 'In the Lake Region Monitor about however. Is survival in the water. apprehension, are thrilled. water, she said.
Through the help of Bradford-Union Dottie Morford's work with infant Their muscle tone and coordination Is "Most parents are nervous seeing "I Just gave them more After 6 p.m. 11
Association for Retarded Citizens' swimming.Mrs. usually improved because, as Mrs. their year-old child going under reassurance and had to be a little :
Homebound Intervention ProgramHIP .Morford a nurse and a private Morford explained, "gravity doesn't water, and when their children are more patient,"Mrs. Morford said,ad- Phone 964-6365
( ), Don has come a long way. swimming Instructor, agreed and admitted work against them so they're freed up handicapped, it's even more anxiety. ding the patience paid off.
And. the swimming lessons that she was "skeptical" at first. to really use their muscles." producing," Mrs. Morford said.
started Aug. 13 have dramatically Improved "I've never worked with special The use of positive reinforcementand And the handicapped children too dee page 7A)
Don's muscle tone and con- children before and I guess I was a bit prompting are techniques
trol, as well as her coordination. apprehensive. It's worked out developed by Dr. Harvey Barnett,
beautifully though," Mrs. Morford who spearheaded the Infant SwimmIng
"Dori's improved 100 percent sinceshe's
said. Research ISR)
been in the lessons," Mrs. program.
The class began with 10 students Barnett, a psychology professor at
Schaefer said as she dried off her lit-
and to five, who came Cleveland State University, was In
tle water baby Mrs. Schaefer said drop days a week to the Holiday Jacksonville this summer to train Advanced Electronics Of Jax I
Dori loves to go under water and she
Inn cool to learn not so much how normal and handicapped children
water survival tactics. Barnett
teaches children to roll over and floaton
their backs, hold their breath Spingers T.V. Of Middleburg
under water, kick their legs and
,., distinguish between objects that will I
I '. float and those that won't.The ,
primary reinforcement Is air, Cordially Invites You To Their
'!. '/ Barnett said,with the secondary rein-
.I-, forcement being tactile (the squeezeof .
the hands).
I J \,-. '. Mrs. Morford said she squeezes Y
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arm movement a leg to prompt 96'.66'
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As she works with Don, she huffs They are.located At 416 E. Call St.
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"a good girl." And the parents are
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the lessons are over.
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the right people win in Tuesday's city We gripe about this splinter grow, or" that 1r..e I to think about put

election one always pushing for a cause. Then many gfesssssass
voters stay home on election day too busy to
We'll never know. bother or too lazy to make the effort and in d0ing There are several type *** the
so aid and abet the special interest groups market toda.ranging frGID as low u
Why Because nearly 1.000 registered city who do turn out in force. $50.00 up to rroo.oo.$800.00. 'Ibe type
voters didn't go to the polls Tuesday.It you buy will depend 011 Individual what you Deeds am
afford and what your
People are always griping about the way
is a dangerous thing when Americans things are run. But those who don't vote do Besides being one of the most
choose not to vote. Considerwhen we lose the nothing change the status quo. In the City of economical fuels used for besting
we'll longer be a free people. wood is the only renewable heatsource
right to vote no Starke. especially, there is probably more com- A standard
Yet In every election far too many people fail either about the way things are run than cord CI In common x 4 n.uw.) of dry dense
to exercise that basic right. county commission or school board. wood provides approximately a*

much heat as one ton of coal,. UMn
But those 979 city voters who stayed home gallon of n fuel oil or M.OOO ,cubic
Tuesday have no right to They left it led 01 natural gas. A* more complain. it will
When voters fail to go to the polls it makes the to others to make a decision for them. wood heater and are more developed.economical toAlter
become more
votes of those who do count more. It opens the as.a

way for special interest groups to become more Folks, staying home on election just doesn't This One Would Feed you buy your must
powerful. Such groups, usually more vocal in get the job done. a Banquet get the wood for fuel and the type of

doing their thing than the silent majority, sw- Mr. sad Mrs. J JC WMU .bold an ty..d ItaUenMt s..math. wMch grew. wood burned must be considered.burn quickly

ing elections their way time after time on the Those 979 voters who stayed home could have Me kraBch a ruse Ikat vvhufeerrd. k* a CMipM pile. Softwoods hot flame like and pine are easy to ignite
national front.Courting. Ttortk larkrMch .4 lbe st.e.e wWch Ihb II paeder..sasarbeg U inches with a
local state and even the
changed the entire picture of the resinous. They are
city election. ace.*. grew fcre a.tker ..%..*... bat ecker kraacfces W U* vine tare because they are fire
regular t-t poi iiied m.... ne-.MMter"cr-.u Its Ill'aIIdI the vinekaagfag best suited for a fast-warming before bedtime."Lightered" or.
over a board f e.Ute cwBpwt pOe lie with the root W Ute a short fire
pisat..tie cem.a. The Doge s. uth U M. to. I a Garbage Tax f the vk*.say the"1Ik"..k.Uve Jmt bad Ik*l..nweed l S3IIa.rtb.1Slu : concentration of this as of it resin.contains Another a heavy ad-
vantage of burning softwoods to the
abundance here in Bradford County.
Messy! Unsanitary! Heavier trash such as wood which would ... If you want a long burning. steady
damage the compactor, is to be dumped in a flame then hardwoods are your best

That's the only way to describe the filthy separate place at each dumping site. Metal County Agents By i'I ... a good Burning way hardwoods to utilize this such wood as since oak.

sight that greets the eye at the county garbage junk, such as old appliances, is to be dumpedat : it is used for little else in this area.
dumping site on Brownlee Road each Monday yet another place on the landfill site. Notebook Bobby 1" Fruit and nut trees burn fairly well
morning.A "" but don't have as much beat value as
plaae:7t4t2N1steaui.a31 many hardwoods. Their merit lies in
Yet some people cannot take the time to
laced with the
their smoke which is
continuing topic of County Commissionersis properly dump their garbage, even when provided aroma of the tree's fruit.A .
the deplorable condition of the dumpingsites with landfill site within few miles ol
a a Even though a good bit of pasture and Weser. McNair Vitagraze, Penn- good woodpile should have a com-
provided by the county. People dump their home. and hay is available now, cattlemen legion Wintergrazer 70. ACCO bination of wood-softwood to get afire
garbage anywhere but in the hopper where it should be thinking about how they wW Wr-tii, Gurley Grazer 2000. Explorer going hardwood to keep it burn
is to be compacted. The wind does the rest, It appears it will actually become necessary feed their herd in the winter months. and Elbon are recommended ing. and fruit or nutwood to providean
scattering debris for hundreds of feet. to hire a guard at each dumping site to ensure They need to consider a program that for winter and early spring grazing. aroma. Wood can be either bought
will supply the most feed and or you can cut it yourself. If you are
the proper dumping of garbage, and to keep nutrients for the least amount of Oats may be planted and grazed going to buy your wood make sure it
Residents near the Brownlee Road site have the site cleaned up. Even at a manned landfill money. earlier than rye. They are very is seasoned dry) or it won't burn
repeatedly complained to the commission site, some people still dump trash at the gate For some cattlemen who have plenty palatable, but susceptible to frost in- well. For best results freshly split
about the unsightly and unsanitary conditionof when the site is closed. of native pasture (woodland or jury. Recommended varieties are wood should be stored under a shelterfor
the dumping site. At Monday meeting range) a liquid protein or range mix Florida 501.Elan, and Coker 227. 6-10 months before using.
U like to cut own wood and
you your
be the best Others
supplement might
County Commission Chairman Maxie Carter An expense to the county? Certainly,and an might have grown and harvested hay Ryegrasa is a valuable winter and save even more money, you might
repeatedly called for a clean-up of the unnecessary expense at that. or corn. But most cattlemen win needto spring grazing crop for use on our contact landowners who have recently -
Brownlee Road site. Road Foreman Leon Ellington grow some type of winter forages. flatwoods soils.with Ryegrass may be had a timber sale. Landowners
seeded alone or a small grain on
to cut
said the clean-up is a regular Monday People gripe about taxes they can't afford I still suggest winter legumes like a prepared seedbed. It can also be sometimes trees for free give or for permission a small fee.
morning job and so much trash is scattered Well, residents making a mess of garbage white clover for folks who have overseeded onto permanent grass Lumber mills often have log butt
that a tractor has to be transported to the dumping sites are courting a new tax. The suitable land. They are frost tolerantand pastures if the pasture is mowed or ends of pieces of cull wood around the
dumping site to clean it up. County Commission is talking about a garbagetax. can supply highly nutntkws feed grazed closely before planting. mill sites for which they have no use.
during the winter and spring months. Recommended ryegrass varieties are Construction sites and lumberyards
This is the best tune to have Mod feed Florida Rust Resistant Gull also pile unusable wood and will
It costs the county man-hours that could because most cows have carved and Magnolia. Northrup King TetraMend often let you have it for a modest
well be spent on something more worthwhilethan It will cost money to pay men to guard the need the feed to produce milk to. get 444 and Pennington Wintergreen.Call price. If you try these sources and

cleaning up the dumping sites. dump sites. It costs money to continually.; the calf of f to a good start. or visit your County Agent's of. still can't find any wood call me at
clean up scattered garbage. What alternative., 'J- Most kgu ne .wben properly inoculated Start if you want more inforM the County Forester's Office at
Containers and a drive up ramp are provided will the county have but to tax to pay such ex will supply nitrogen for mation about seeding limes, rates 9644280 ext. 219.and I will try to help
at dumping sites over the county. Regular penses their own growth and provide some etc you find some wood.
is to be dumped into the nitrogen for other plants growing with
garbage supposed
or following them. This can be a big
containers to be compacted and taken to the Residents who insist on abusing the garbage saving of fertilizer dollars in apastwe I

main landfill on SR-100 near Keystone Heightsand collection system will surely see the day they production program. Blue Jeans Jobs Jogging Put

buried daily. will have to pay for their uncaring attitude. There are some important steps ,
that need to be followed in a legume

and production sampling program.for a Soil soil selection analysis Snag in Sewing Machine Marketis

should always be first. Legumes like
I Windfall Profits Tax is ConfiscatoryPresident a sod that is naturally moist but not
subject to flooding. Most of our flat- At first they were viewed with for quality, style, and creativitythat
woods areas are suitable. A soil So. the early ones were they are urging people to make
Jimmy Carter is campaigning gasoline prices. We also are aware that the analysis will determine the kinds and sold in elegant New York showrooms their own clothes.
hard for a special "windfall profits" tax on oil government has artificially regulated pricesof amounts of lime and fertilizer that with carved walnut furniture, gilded "It's no longer like our grandmothers -
domestic oil will need to be applied. ornaments and carpetingplaceswhere who sewed for their children.
companies now admitting to record profits keeping prices far under Women are sewing for themselves
from the tripled-plus price of crude oil. foreign oil and thus limiting profits for The next step would be to select ashamed Victorian to be seen.women were not today-to be more fashionable"

Despite the President s campaign for the domestic oil production and discouraging varieties that are adapted to the They were advertised as machines maintained Richard Salipanle,of the
windfall profits tax, and the good to which domestic production. areas for and&razing.'lute have grown and cloven producedwell like "decorated in the best style of art." White Sewing Machine Co., which ,,
such "extra" monies could be put a recent Louisiana AI and Nouns Improved suitable for the parlor or boudoir,and manufactures its own machines and I
the National Federation of There is denying the oil "pecv arly calculated for female" also is the exclusive U.S. distributor
survey by Independent no companies are White have proven themselves as for the Swiss-made Elna.
Business fNFIB) show Americans enjoying record profits. President Carter's good perennial varieties. Annual use.Since the late 18SO the sewing Industry officials also are concunI: I
almost evenly split on the L sue. motives for a windfall profits tax. to provide clovers like hubara. crimson,and red machine has steadily threaded its ed because girls are not exposed to
have also been
funds to promote alternative energy sources farms. good crops on some way into American homes-more than sewing in public schools the way they

According to the NFIB survey of its and to assist residents to buy home heating oil Inoculation of legume seed with U million purchased each year at the used to be."Students.
members 46 of Americans this winter are laudable.But bacteria to peak. It became an accepted if not are not learning just
percent polled nitrogen fixing just prior indispensable, household appliance- straight sewing as they once did.
favor taxing ml companies on the "windfall' planting is a must. This IS especially something almost every young wife They are still taught the basic skills
profits" they will receive from the deregulation a windfall profits tax is nothing short of necessary when planting a legume on and mother wanted. but they don't ;o into advanced sew
for the first
of confiscation of income a pasture tune. Recently, ing" Bertha King, of the VS. Officeof
domestic oil prices. A slightly higher by the federal govern- Even though they are most expensive however American .
percentage of those polled. 48 percent, opposed ment. Is the government justified in con- to grow on a per acre basis small women have started to cut their ties Sewing Education is explained.
to the with
such a windfall profits tax. Six percentwere fiscating profits it considers to be excess? If grains and ryegrass for grazing can dropped sewing below machine 2 million,and machines sales have a education such coupled as learning consumer when to
undecided. the federal government could confiscate the be beneficial on many farms. The year. buy and when to sew.

taxes of the huge oil companies,it could surely same legumes steps should for be production followed tit for( winter email Another factor putting a crimp in
Americans should stop and think before they turn its attention to other firms. A tax once grains and ryegrass. o.t JeeP, the sewing machine market is the

embrace the concept of taxing profits of one levied grows steadily larger rarely shrinking. Rye is the small grain most widely outworking."Women today They are don't out have jogging time and to cost ranges of the from machine about $170 itself to,which more than now
industry more than other because profitsare used for winter grazing. Rye it more $1.000 for
any sit at home in front of a sewing the highly sophisticated
thought to be excessive. Perhaps the oil Implication is that if the federal governmentcan cold tolerant than oats ac*than< generally either machine"commented Harold Gram models. The average wellequippedmachine
produce more forage
companies are taking advantage of our tax what it considers excess profits of one oats or wheat. Avoid planting executive secretary of the Indepen costs about$500.
dependence on oil. Would you not charge what industry it could do so with any industry. Theimplication unadapted rye from northern states dent Sewing Machine Dealers. of American Although recognized as an
the market would bear if you bad a product in follows that all income really because it will produce bale forage in America."We Inc. in machines are invention moat sewing
are now a period of now manufactured in
reeducating -
much demand? Would the government be belongs to the government. It implies that late fall or early winter and( will women that sewing is the other countries, where production
justified in taxing the profits of your company what government decides NOT to collect in, rust.usually be severely damaged by leaf thing to do..' he added. costs are lower. The only machinesstill

more than other companies,above and beyondthe taxes is a gift by government to the people.In Rye varieties recommended for The head of Singer Co., which made in the United State are
levels shares the top of the with Singer's top of the line.
taxing other corporations? late fall and early winter grazing are The
Sean blames the sewing machine
"blue-Jean era"and market la at
other words government is not the servant Wrens Abuzzi. Gator Florida Black the a.nyt.t1 / its best in developing countries of
of the people. Government is the masterof sansthe slump in sewingstyles Latin America Africa and Southeast
This is not to deny that we are being rippedoff the people. And all of the people's money Asia. At home manufacturer like
now by oil companies, oil distributors, and really belongs to the government.The In his annual report to the Singer are reducing: the number ofretail
stockholder this stores and
GOLDfacts spring. Singer sewing machine
the local
even service
station. American chairman models to cut
Joseph B.Flavin cited a list costs. And encourage
drivers must certainly pay a price to be on the taxpayers of America are contendingwith of reasons everything from blue sewing at horn, they're holding sewing
road now, but few of us have curbed our driv- a government philosophy entirely different and fancies jeans to the fact that almost 50 percent classes in the tores-attended by
ing to any extent. Until we do drive less or from the one on which our governmentwas of adult women work. With more men as well as women.

alternative fuels are developed for the mass founded. We are now contending with a money working women particularly

market, there probably will be no let up in concept close to confiscation- taxation. rm ter those afford in dua ready-to-wear I-income homes clothes.,can bet WL A 1J

Most women who sewed before they r
started working win still sew.accor
ding to Betty Watts fII the National
0Rf *RA0fOR0 cob. Home Sewing A oda1iGn. But, she
explained, "the sewing that is being
done now is feign quality" It isouality"
:raph that cannot be bought today .
at reasonable prices,sewing industry "? '* \ 'i
A/e -0 During lh late Konan official contend.: The custom of plying gold!
rings M favors it l 16th r?
Empire, the engagement ring c.n
BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLERIINC. became the first fold artel Not UJae GT**.Mla man w.ddln, Ud on* i.nUo-%
..7 boj4 hbNsae.srwbIU.d.adi ever worn by lb. Roman im. when inflation rose and todliuibut rlntiv lw.4 "
"1 nutdco. It WM beH/v d fold sales began to slip the tatattry-with Si fiver i(1,000 .t the mar&,
Thursday andewler**as..... Matter The r*.t Office.Stark. ru."Mi .....*Act N i; symbolized rnriMtinf lo*. White House wptwrt-Uunched a When vial. of* one ?f hu wmnulf
Merge L II" { thai would Mr tarnfcb.jmtfj "Sew and Save campaign. Today / lufkiwi* wed In,
$.Dsedofl aa rah M........ t***r vases U Six swabs. yr.. gold B.*vr !lone. iu shim sewing to save Is not emphasized b.iring, nrd.nd that rings,
....... **MJM 0WtIWe tr...'% .'.i rw Y..,sue Six....... part;FOM ..... or beauty. S because a garment frequently; can be told snd the the regal kgnd Profile Viclort.In'
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Meth. Chancel Choir Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton Celebrate Golden AnniversaryThe .11

d Holds Pool
PartyThe Golden Wedding Anniversary Nuts and mints were served fro ti
of Mr and Mrs Lonnie Melton of crystal compotes.
Chancel Choir of the First Hampton who were married on Punch was served from crystal ; ,
United Methodist Church held a pool September 7, 1929, in Jacksonvillewas punch bowls. at another refreshment j
a party and covered dish dinner. celebrated on Saturday at the table
Y Wednesday night of last week. at the Hampton City Hall between 3:00: and The hall was decorated with arrangements .
home of Mr. and Mrs. J.W Ritch on 6:00: pm. of golden and while
Mimosa Drive. Their son and daughler-in-law. daisies and mums. Gold and whit ;
The 30 attending included Reverend and Mrs. Leonard Melton streamers and wedding bells added tothe r ,
members, wives, husbands and of Spring Hill celebrated their 26th decorations.Miss '
children. Rev. and Mrs. G.L. Harper Wedding Anniversary on September S Judy Thomas attended to the
Mrs Boots Green and Mrs Inez and were present at the festivities. guest book, Among those who greeted
Green also attended. Also attending were their other guests and assisted In serving guests
Following swimming the pool by children and spouses: Mr. and Mrs. were the daughters, daughters-in-
some of the guests, a covered dish Clarence Melton. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin law, and granddaughters of the
supper was served from the screened. McConaghy. Mrs. Catherine Thomas [ fiew ,I honored couple.
patio and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Melton Their Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton appreciate
t daughter, Mrs. Joyce Mills, of the good wishes and giftspresented
California was unable to attend. Also Mr. and :Mrs Lonnie :Mellon them by their relatives and
Junior Woman's Club attending were most of their 20 grand. friends on the occasion of their 50th
children and one of their great grand wedding anniversary!
,, t Eiy Planning Luncheon and children. Mr'. Gerald Poppy of of their children and the birthdates of
t Melrose who transported Mr. Meltonto all. Coincidentally, exactly SO names
P Jacksonville for his wedding in appeared on the tree. DUPLICATE BKIIHK
t Fashion Show Oct. 20 1929. and his wife, were honored Also on the gift table was a money Cl.fBHKSfl.TSBeginning :
'ail b, guests at the celebration. free organized by Mrs. Catherine Tuesday. Sept. 1$. the
The gift table was covered with a Thomas On the branches of this tree Duplicate Bridge Club will meet at }
i The Junior Woman's Club met Mon. yellow gold cloth. Centered on this were placed SO silver dollars wrappedIn the Holiday Inn at 7:30: p.m. from now
day night in the Presbyterian Church table was a framed family tree, compiled gold foil, a gift of family members.. on instead of at (the Pratt Street f
iik' r sd, P b' Fellowship Hall for their first fall and.printed by Mrs. Clarence The refreshment table was covered Recreation Center.
iI ", meeting Melton, Included on the tree were the with a white lace cloth. Centered on All Interested bridge players are invited _
Plans were discussed for a fall luncheon names of Mr. and Mrs Lonnie this table was a three-tiered to play. Eva Mathewson is
I and fashion show to be held Melton, their birthdates.the names of decorated wedding cake lopped witha director or the Starke club.
'11 Oct 20. their parents birthdates.and dates of miniature bride and groom and a Tuesday night winners were: first .
.Mr. unit .Mm. Jrffrrv Si-ull I Refreshments were served by Mrs. their death. Also Inscribed were the 90th Insignia i The was Arline Sapp and Teena Mahahy; se
is Melton
KM Robert Autry and Mrs.Gary Stephens names of their six children,20 grandchildren made by Mrs. Leonard On condo Ida Shaw and Anne Hamilton:
during the social: hour. and two great either side of the cake were silver third, RheaJohnson and Lora Fran
I Beckie Bowers and Jeffrey Davis grandchildren as well as the spouses candle holders with white tapers. cis.
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Wed. Sept... 1 In K.H. Community Church I ;;; n _

'Miss Kebocctt Lou Bowt'rs, V-neckline and a banded waistline. A
daughter of :Mr and :Mrs Donald ruffled flounce, forming a bustle effect !!_ VLT ttft.f .
Bowers and Jeffrey Scot I Davis, win accented 1 the full skirt, _
...C11'11: Marjurio: Davis, all of Bridesmaids, wearing identical GLASSWARE SOT
Keystone Heights were Joined In Holy gowns, were Mrs. Tert York Mrs.
matrimony St'lh'mbt'r'l at 8 p in. Jeanne Davis and Miss Sandy Cook.
iii-tlie .')' Each:: carried a brandy wini.-sniffer
Church. which featured 1 a blue candle accented
The unity candle service was eon- with blue silk flowers.
dueled by the Rev Krvd C. BonsUfl. Little Miss Jessica Loekerman
eouf.iii/ of the bride, bl'fur1111. arch wearing a smaller version of the
candelabra bridesmaids gowns carried a basket
,The arch of burning taper was further of rose pedals.Master .
complimented by two tree Ryan Lyons Evans:: servedas
Q. cuudclabiaa. : and two large baskets ring bearer and wore a blue suit s
blue. and white flowers, flanked. by and carried a heart shaped lace A 0 DA ra 1 A Da
pulins.OrguiuM. pillow which held the wedding rings.A .
Mrs Kli/oibeth Nail( accompanied rl'Ct'ptllfollOlIl't>d the ceremony
I Miss Beth Patra). flutist in the church Fellowship hall
Mrs: Gloria Kedtoarn. soloist, and a A t three tiered wedding cake,toppedby 1 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER
"lIl'alUUrlc.1! comprised 1 of Mrs cupid figurines, made and '
( Elaine Gardner.. I'll, Phyllis Reeser. decorated by Joanie Miller, centeredthe CORDUROY JEANS,
Mrs. Jeanie Berner und Mrs. Carol bridal table which was covered a +pQ3 r ALL FIRST QUALITY

Maker.Kitky. with a lace cloth over a blue underlay. a''iY AND PRICED RIQHT1 et
Davis, brother of, the bridegroom Crystal candelabras and whit* doves 8y
served as best man and flanked the wedding cake. '
j urooniKiiHMi were Scott Marvin, Jeff r
Miller: and Bill Wahl, ." II4MIn..1M wr.Aai .. i sue DISCOUNT rues

;tTliy-brido. KI>*N*in marriage by hen ". .. .. T ,, MyMpIfuMoraMe.
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father appeared{ in a ,gown of- w wet ....onw h.
polyester organza/ complimented by 10OH ottton end

,. Chantilly lace The gown featured anempire .. .. .... 1 pqN .AWW-r N" ON / eonon/poty Mmdi M i nrted -
sTI HLU.THlHAUTY AIOSIOX. \ + MNd colon, Mytotf wen '
1 bodice with
a Queen
Anne/ neckline and long Chantilly lace i; F 0 CHWT TOOTHPASTE : f ;' ?r 'oM M-M.end HOT too* M W

bishop sleeves. Seed pearls enhancedher 2 (; j EAOLE 10W-40 OIL HUDSON PAW TOWELS w..JM 1 0 9 r l
long flowing shirt which was en. : SUPER LOW PRICE AT STOCK-UP MUCH tIJmII II .

circled at the hemline with Chantilly dm DISCOUNTPMCC WA*.___.....-_"_ OU"PMCI DISCOUNT WAA..........?. ....... 'HEAD a 8HOULDRR. MINI LONG SLUV*EPAULET ;' A
lace. ". ) '...'},{..... ". LOTION SHAMPOO," oz. OM SHOUT SLEEVE KNIT SHWITS
She wore a long veil of bridal illusion :". W\\\ '.:''1,:'!Ji..J:1:\ : ;t .-".,., 690 590 WCMUP(
which was bordered in matchinglace 1",,. ,:;\ ;!';; << \,: '. 1.44 TOStylMi
tiers and carried a cascade of ; .'. :lir'I, {!'; ih', .. :'',. ...UTA.TABLETS.
,\ : : ;: : .. unon o< s pravldM pro- 114 1ow.N,11.10" epeuM iMrl U poly.swicottonWorn
blue silk roses. '" ) \ !% born IWM wmnMTuat NMcmr nit IMnltad btond with ehoufcter a Uono ,ooaulon.
} ( : c Moh. WAS
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Matron of Honor Mrs Judy : 1.\ !;. : ;I : \ ;. MM CX* ; U$ortn rn on* pocktt. Me i.e rim set QUAUTYI
Lockerman'wore a gown of powder : :-' : ... In populv *oNd.. S.M.UO.
blue organza which featured a ruffled _... //j.i: : ;: .:.. !:' 1 / ;j1 y:. oK 3.97

.. \ DISCOUNT pities
; AMI.MmM 4 MOH.
Loretta Hand_and __ ., k "r MEN'S NYLON ..non M f.vofilWMMrn .
w y q ,
Domenic Myers, Jr. fga. \
5 as ovr WOOL
Engagement Told t t twrr0/a2nOL EAOLEe OlT 1202.SCOPS ,ooz.NOXDMA I cpa"" atiR
.' .It ...;.. -_. ',-'- ... .-. .." BC 39 10O% ..,,..-. .,....,.. 8.88
Mr. and Mrs. George H Hand of 490 985 1 nyton mm. MwtldiMlcufl
Lawtey announce the engagement Janna Lynne Smith and wean a..r tsSCOUNT PPics WAS.J1 W....$ *.ne,we bottom.r.a panto-SntwUOUOVOZ DISCOUNT FMCiWwm
I of their 4'I: : wool VMMt tomuflllomi
? and approaching marriage t In
daughter Loretta Faye Hand to John Russell Seiberling SMaLXLw t1 Lens also..aW.., ,.w
I Domenic Joseph Myers, Jr., son of / te> elMM paeken.
Mr. and Mrs, Nick Myers of Keystone wdadN.F1a
Ii Heights. Janna Lynne Smith and ;; .
.s Miss Hand is a 1977 graduate of .
}j Bradford High School. John Russell Seiberling 1 ,
., Mr. Myers Is a 1976 graduate of ( i fi
> Bradford High School and is presently 4
Announcec I ai- >c.Mrrrao YLVANUMAOICUM VICKI NYOUIL (,'
serving In the U.S. Air Force, stationed Engagement JEROTR SOAP,
/ SOCKET SET [ .E PIG esk 0L IAR S OZ. .1
in Sembach. Germany
A January wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs James F. Smith of 9.99 1.97 5 1 1.44

t Ralford and Ms. Jeannette necoia4T PPlct w, WeM ILef WAS s.IW
J). Smith of Agawan. Massachusettea .. ..
Susan Passwater and announced the engagement of their LMMWDEMMJEAM LADNE'xNRTOP$, ppt a MRira MOLL-US*
1 daughter,Janna Lynn to John Russell FAMOUS MAKCftV Is 13 MKMT SLEEVE,MU 9.99 SPOUT HATS
Donald Loper Seiberllng son of Mr. and Mrs Berle awn
H. Seiberling of Raiford.
Rusty Is a 1977 graduate of Union elscouwypuce omcouNT PMCC TWe weV+rt7 Wen. s,+r
j To Wed Sept. County High School where Janna Is
presently a senior.
i Mr. and Mrs. James C. Passwater The wedding is planned for next '
. of Lake Geneva announce the engagement summer following Janna's gradual SMUO.UQUB9CHUMMM STYUIN VINYL CKPLAQmSfiCTSPMAYS mil
.. and approaching marriage of TMVH.TOTES NAND TOWELS j
their daughter Susan Yvonne, to tlon.Rusty.Is __ EJM ,.
ij, Donald DeWItt Loperson of Mr.. and at presently point Mugu In the California.US Navy'stationed 2.261P.izi n" ___.,. 97 Mwasssr
Mrs Henry Loper Theresa.. ---- rrntsar weeuAr .
*' The wedding date has been set for
at 7:30 In
| the, Keystone Heights Community Mrs. Bob Ferguson NOHPONLACNE* tIA1) MOLTS STWSTCNSOCKS 'Its"tpsLAxNlt
"y Church.A reception will follow the Baby Shower Honoree 0 2.89. 59 0.89eioft
; In church Fellowship
> the
; ceremony ,
sat I11 OOIINT PMn1 wa a otSOOiaeT PlStxPnM.a
j Hall.
v\ All friends and relatives are Invited Mrs. Bob Ferguson was complimented -
to attend. .No formal invitations will at a baby shower Tuesday c.1t.r'Y
be sent. night given by Methodist Group Five w
at the home of Mrs.T.B. Rahn pn Re I
i 'Street with Mrs.George Loper,Jr.,as ,
KathyHengland" co-hostess. tNQUMHOLD

Sfewart Brovliiiig, :..;, presided Mrs. S.G.over Denmark the meeting president and Mrs. ;t r

Wed 10 August,25' 1, Randy During Johns the gave social the program.hour Mr*. PLASTICS ANT.TENSES RACKET HTrPAH/AUC POTS MOTS tarn CASUAL" .....S,.iMORK gOASOAS 1rIMD CApALS

Ferguson was the recipient of many '
"w+'ayb lovely and useful baby gifts for baby 1.00 =4.96,2.97' ::," 3 96 =-13.94 5.88
'1. Mrs:'Virginia Browning announces son,Jacob Vernon born July J. r, --.v... ..... yr. TN u.kN.:weed. 5tsN. tr.......w.l.pOM. *...... .
of her son Charles a..n ..Iti ,.... '_..._ 1....,."try pw41.f 01 pale jMivsy. fVf4M WMM ...esi. W VwiyiWMk. 595.... 554S4 0055, CiHt A ""' _nrtiU w **.
'. .the"Stewart".marriage Browning to Kathleen ........ Iw_..,....a...t. .krvvH......-*MM till. Mch_.Tun,.to w.W,.t.. aorw met,.M.A. e.

"Kathy" Hengl l, all of Starke. "' 1111' IINVI i Nlft'lll\ i --
The wedding was performedA Th. Hangman .." ..... ..I'.I"I.. 312 Madison St. 'Starke FI_
<: !gust the home of, :S-S. Noegel. ,ls Canting' I"" : ." .d., ,, I.' .
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[ Yvonne Kay Richmond ;])J 1I--X-- ... .... t. mWedaewJay.

I James E. JohnsEngagement ..... arfir.nAersatlriFeiEt_amd ..L 0ItI FJL_ itrrrr am aim anTilIL 3t... LL..JWtea eL Prew w","..". ......"Ii

Mrs 14s raga tit tki..dn"lDt.r.dq" aetd...........3tka ,
,tlW I Told la Monday. 1lpllll1aIt.. ..... ./- d.USA.M
........ .... NOW .
I Orihewadkaaslatflsf....lira..1K............... ..Hk.OIIIr.1.pIt.
J *.......... Mr........D.sI........le0waaedWei 'W.C..Mfd.eM....
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Mr, and Mr. BaUtti a.a.- -..--. c.d. 1S
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,,: visited her fater.. Jars. A staffsYbeaion An: --C eMsf:KaSaoaf Softball ...........
*. Wfaur.-ark:eta WedIIe- series and vtsdttnc friends ad --..."*-' 41N
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...,*. TwiMrXlney & >. Joseph W. Davis CPA Dean R. Harloff;CPA <* )- :. :

P'WD' p,..... Desalt Wheeler ", ':. .,'', ,Harold' C,: Farnsworth Jr.. CPA Harold L. Monk Jr., CPA,, \ !t

Shan Edwards and .,.'., Tori McKinney and !?1I.'l'&')*, '*

fV'C; : :; announce the merger of their practices ,r"ijL \ .
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Phillip JohnsEngagement ; @ 'r; Donald WheelerEngagementlold .' 't'...".: i'1 ;.'. .)", tJj j ..

ToldMr ( "t. ". i :, for the general practice of public accounting .tI.',''i..,"._ .

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and Mr. Curtis C. Edwards d "'" '," .st..,) .... << Mr. and Mrs. Malfcew McJQnaey afStarke ..,...I'\ ., under the partnership name of w.v: -' r -.:..
Stjute anwiunce the engagement andapproaehe.c announce the engagement and .f '
Mfes YVWM Kay IttrfcaeMRev.
marriage CII their approaching marriage of their \ t;< .; :f Davis. Monk. Farnsworth &. Company |
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daughter. Panda Shut, to Phillip <<. Tort to Donald Steven: ..
.Jerome John, 1oOII of Mr. and )(no and Mrs. Larry Richmond of Wheeler son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Y ... '
Charley Jerome Johns (Ii CrystalLake. Mikado. Michigan are pleased ta announced Wheeler Sr.. Starke. ; f. Certified Public Accountants \
the engagement of their Wedding plans to be announced at a ....
The wedding is planned for Saturday daughter Yvonne Kay to James E. later date. ,
Dee. U at 4 pja. in the First Johns, son d Mr. and Mrs. ILL with offices located at |
United Methodist Church. Starke. Johns.Jr. of Lake BUJer. -.- ,* ... a. ;. .
MJM Edwards to a irr graduate at Yvonne is a 179 graduate Oscoda I' .
BUS and a a Junior to the University High School and is now a freshman M The HoogmonIs 5310 H.W. 8th Avc. 421 W. Madison St. 119 N.t. I st St. |
ofFkinda. the Baptist Bible School of Theology Coming .. Gainesville Florida Starke. Florida Chlefland. Florida_ :i
Mr Joins is a 176 graduate of BHS in darks Summit Pennsylvania. t "' (904) 371-6300 ((904)) 964-7404 ((904)) 493.4804 ;
and is a Junior at the University ol Jim is in his sophomore year at theBaptist .' '..'
North Fkrtda.AH Bible wedding BZADrOIDSQnAREFLOBISTDEttCXSBY .. :. : .: .:
fnends and relative are invited A 1900 summer ) .:
attend tbe and .,
to wedding reception. .. I i '
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LIb DenU.g :

Lila Dowlingand r F Eckerd Brand.
7-Ounce tube.

Danny Anderson ,i

To Wed Nov. 3

Announcement is made of theengagement la
and approaching marriage /
of Lila Denise Dowling ,
daughter of Mrs.LJla I Dowling and the asr1 _
late TA. Dowling of Lake Butler to 4 -weaw .,
Danny Anderson ion of Mr. and "'ra.
Km Anderson of Starke.
The wedding will take place: Nov. 3
at Sardi Baptist Church in Worthington STRESS COMPLEX
Exceeds normal req"r.mentsfor '
demands of stress r adults 0. D. r

?piarrer .0' Reg 4 98 O98 ...


\ 698 1t 1, CREAM
r'n I -a
a r 9 mreease eel
and Mrs. Russell Kerschner 9 WrrJ' VITAMIN E O 10n -
Jr of Starke announce the birth of a ounce jar.
can. Terry Curtis born August Z7 in J SKIN OIL LIMIT 1VO5
Shands Hcwpttal FORMULA Forrogntbmemastura> Jgjjting.
Therapeutic vitamin- A daily vitamin supplement for the Rig 4 95
mineral, formula mat entire family 395 r
recommend s :>- REGULAR t, HAIR SPRAY
Mr and Mrs. Koben D. Fugatt Sr., B-ounce.2 types.Nonaerosol. [ ..
250' CREME
nits 100'sReg 4 2!9
of Starke announce the birth of a .ii __ 298 jj38 Reg 5 99 478 SIN: Moisturizing 4r 99 ; Price /
daughter. Donna Renee born August 399 ,creme Reg 2 98 ". reflects 20 olt
2lie tans Robbie. Terry. TImmy /*J l rrwru label. LIMIT 1 _
and Mjchael. uatta ---------
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Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 's
Rodolfo Mata and Mr.and Mrs. 100'SReg. ,4-250.
Floyd 279 889549 PEPTOBISMOL
Fugatt Sr., aU of Jackwnvilie.Claude J98 .3 49 Reg x'" LIQUID


f........ot..:,.". .'..'if ..r.... !;,'"". _.... ._n... a PRO.PLAN 1 A Q.7 Relieves stomach.upset B-ounce

<( Melrose announce the birth of a son. VITAMINS Timed release reducing
Claude DeWitt Revels. III. born Sun For adults a children. plan. Pack ol 24 & St. Vincent's Hospital. 3 natural fruit flavors. S'COM"U :' WITH C Req 2 95 ARRID
Maternal grandparents are Margie REGULAR 100'S ....,.. : High. potency B Vitamins 219 EXTRA-DRY
Reddish of Starke and Mule Reddishof Rig 399 C tablets. 500 mg Vitamin. ..
sj !tOO Mli
Raiford. Paternal grandparentsare ar t 40* Reg. 3 39 "" .r C 4-ounce ""'i269 :;?Mr
Margie Revels of Jacksonville 319 "",. :: deodorant. 3 ..
and the late Claude Revels. y Iypes.lIMIT 1 .,.
Reg 425 W ; 100's Reg. 698 DIM
Mr and Mrs. Shad E. Starling of 339VITAMIN 559 r w SHAMPOO .. mft'

daughter Lawtey ,announce Jennifer Lynn the born birth August of a t; .1".......... .;. 't"....' ,,..,\r............. Q 7-ouncebonie 3 types. I
30 In $t. Vincent's Hospital.
Maternal grandparents are B-6 S. If S LIMIT 1

Richard Carter and Esther: Kali of WITH WHEATAVIMS'' Y
Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are A KELP:8l1.HIN E
Mr. and"'n. Edwin Starling also of Organic dietary supple A balance of 12 vitamins.. .sass. PERSONNASUPER

Lawtey. Rg.ment.4 Stu.oltoo. SO's 7 lneraII&Whe'IGerm Reg 4 98 E PLATINUM BLADES II

I ee.cbJYK 069 398 29- DoubleEdge Pack of 9.

: O 'Oe! Ye4nviils *I .- LIMIT 1
l ISO's Reg 998 Oe

Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Fields of 198 ." VITAMIN E
Jacksonville and Mn. Robert Tannerof Popular VitaminEinachoiceof V1SINE

Baldwin were Sunday visitors' of VITAMIN PL mI .------- strengths A quantities EYE DROPS JVislne
Mrs JJL Fields. ; '4 '
600 mg supplement" that nxceedS -OUflCCnormal
daily' requiremerrts.. i o. IoU._ SIZE REO. SALE 99' Plastic bottle.
Irene Wainwrtght has entered the 100's JM'a Oe| LIMIT 1
of WHEATACOL 200 too U. U.
Episcopalian sponsored University 8 ** .
Rag 3 19 FMg _. .
the South In Sewsnee, Tenn. HigH strength
iaC ,.', r mir mineral tonic. 1000 SO 7.7. .... .,. .
239 479TIMID Wheatacol
Mrs. L.H. Gibson spent last Tu- 40's Reg 3,19 400 100 534 4.2t . ,I
day to Saturday in Utu.Switzerland. D
".C. KELEA8C CAPSULES BBOOBVKiCK VITI"raitsq 251 400,, 200' ,,.tu Ut -" \ Needregu'--
Comirtooua supply of Vitamin, C.M's ? TONIC I I!".; Q\
NOW 100'aReg. > 100%NATURAL VITAMIN E .,...;
N...00k.i.... 3 39 Reg. S.68 100's Rdg 5,39 :i: .pr. ..>-. -11.-1: '
IIOW.C.RN.Ms. : .., 20CI 100 8A9 181 v"If .:;! 1. Compars our prescription. ,
C.lVpI....kt.dIH 2'I 4'1 9 590<"9 429 : .-. price with what' you're paying
....1.....c. .... GIlt e tOO 100 1014 7.2t now. Bring prescriptionto
.e s.laonofrM1 \V: Eckerd s tat quality and.
se.Nwaie.t. d 't @: [ low. low paces ."' ,
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Mrs.Lila Caldwell and Mrs.Louise Roger A.Chllaon of Melroae recently Mr. and Mrs. Keith GUUngham. dS'>en. and Mrs Charley Johns and I
Hardin Visited Mr*. Esma Yoigustn completed a two week course at the Kathy and Keith, Jr., spent the Mf. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and son, 1
qwa on Wednesday. Investors Diversified Services! (ID0) weekend with Miss Jean Mundy In FWBip, attended the Johna-Petttt
Salea Training Center in a.aakal Tallahassee and attended the FSU- family reunion in Alachua on Saturday. r M

Mr. and Mn. >Fred Johns and fan* Minn. ChOsen is now an accreditediIDS Southern Mississippi football game. 1
haw bought the J.M. sales representative in this area. .1
ElddlebunE me on W. Madison Joey and Cindy Jordan of Live Oak Mrs. WB. Mundy and Mrs. Guy /
Mrs. Johiu both work Major and Mrs. Thomas B. Dyal were Sunday visitors of their grandparents Sale attended the wedding of Renee
for the State Prison system. and daughters Jennifer and Melissa Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson French and James Kezzarln In a Mti YES J
\ have moved from Dayton Ohio to Indian Cindy remained until Wedneday.Mr. Umatilla on Sept. 1. w .,. :

Mrs. Bettle Mlzelle hi visiting her Harbour Beach.Fla. Major Dyal '_ b.. j
son-in-law and daughter Mr and wu transferred from Wright Patterson and Mrs. Jack Miller of NOWthom .. .1
Mrs. Roger Householder In Bushnell, Air Force Base to Patrick Air Jacksonville visited his parents t Mr. .* <.Shop110W.C.fSr. ,-
Monday to Friday. Force Base and will be working with, and Mrs George Miller on Monday. ...... 1
the space shuttle program there. lie ,. CompMo Selection .
Mrs.Lila Caldwell leaves Saturday. Is a graduate of Bradford High School Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards lollnnrk Card and Gifts
Sept. 15, for five weeks visit with her and the University of Florida and visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennis ., 4j j
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Ander received a Master of Arts Degree In In Callahan on Sunday.Dr.
children Calif., and Mr. and Management and Supervision In July alt occasions.'...764 4
Mrs. MA. Garcia In Camarillo,Calif. from Central Michigan University. and Mrs. R.E. McDanler and 4J
Major Dyal Is the son of Desta and family of South Africa visited CoL and
NOW Nate Dyal of Hampton Lake and Mrs. J.A. Griffin several days last Mrs. Last Green was Sunday over- J
trim Office Shop grandson of Mrs. Etta Dyal of week. night guest of her son and family, Mr. .
1I0W.c.nIt.Compl..1eIectIett. Graham. and Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., In : "
ad- G'ftn-- .1
Mrs. W.F. Herlong spent the Gainesville.Mr. "Right left through1 go squire dancers CI-,) Gene O'Stetn. Ann 2
Hallmark Card and Gift weekend with her sister, Mrs. Corine Janice Johnston. John Greene, Latta Johnston, Rose Padgett. Millie O'Steen,
Also and Mrs. John P. Jones of
a sd..tlee.1all.Cc.aA.l Th. Purvis Gainesville.The and DeWItt Padgett. :
|.Ht. Batavia, 111. were last week guests of
..H4-S7M Is( Coming Mr. and Mrs. C.R.Scoggins. Square Dancers Invite Prospect ive j"
Office Of NOW Members to Open House ,
.*tho 011k.Shop :

110 W.C.II St. Right and Left Through..Paet Through..Chast Right..Boyi Run Around the. .
CompMo Satadlon Gtrl..Paii Through.. Wheel and Deal. Pan Throuh...Trode fl->...H.r. ..;.'
Dr. John D. N. l) Hallmark Card.and Gift Comes the Corner..Left Altmand and Pl'Om..od..went the chan as the
Campbell AI..selection of Strawberry Swingers put on square dancing demonstration last Thursday :
moderate priced gift night Sept.6,in the parking lot of McD onald's as a preview for their opennousetonight
all occasion.U4-S7M (Thursday,Sept. 13) at 7:30 p.m. In the new armory on Edwards Road. ..

Will Be ClosedSeptember ,Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy returned The public Is invited to attend the open house tonight and to join a new savare : d

Sunday from 10 days vacation In the dance class being organized by the Strawberry Swingers. Anyone Interested .
Ozark Mountains, Ark.. Tennesseeand invited to attend the open house at which Caller Gil Crosby will start everyhne .;.
10-23 in Atlanta Ga., where they out square dancing. Classes will be held each Monday night beginning Sept.tU., .

visited their daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
David Mendenhall and daughter,

Regular Office Hours Will Resume Ashley and Miss June Hardy. ..

Mrs. Fustina Hahaley of Jacksonville
Is visiting her cousin, Mrs.
Monday, September 24 George Sapp this week. Your first dream after falling; asleep usually lasts for 10 Imlnut. ,

... i ,:
Twice the Prints... Twice HM Film-.
: Choose box floor '
M tctwtft MkM'kederM.
SENIOR RINGMASTER CLUB CARD SHOW YOUR ECKERO CLUB CARD AT CIRCUS WORLD AND + motors and balanced blades 1 A 19-year-old man who was charged
NOW HONORED FOR CCKERO RECEIVE SENIOR CITIZEN RINQMASTER DISCOUNT CARD AND 2. .MM. (bad picture, Grill removes for cleaning with criminal mischief at the Hampton
Handy Way store pled guilty Monday -
20% OFF In circuit court. ..

REGULAR PRICE a Circuit Judge Osee Fagan orderedI:.
a pre-sentence investigation for Ran
dall Moore of Hampton who was
r CASIO MEMORYPLANTERS charged with destroying the aircondi-
tuner at the store. Moore could
CALCULATOR receive up to five years.Cleared.
Mini card size with a -..... '
a CLOROX2 business memory 8 1R'p
PEANUTS ti BLEAC H root and percent square key r d m Man of
Vacuum packedtaensure
freshness 11-cunce tin. Y All fabric bleach. REG SI499 r. Homicide Charge

REQ. $1.39 40 RES.-Dunes$1.29 box.LIMIT 1 g 1.28 8 is s e w a e
DIAL I The case against George Robert
: NI
+ Mull of Melrose who was charged
MBAR OA t with vehicular homicide was dismissed "
{ YEX INSTRUMENTS$ f, because of insufficient evidence
3.5 ounce are ,99 I linking him with the death of Dorothy
Pries reflects 5' off label CUJRO JOGGERS T I Lewis.

;, REQ. 39" EACH LIMIT 3 STOPWATCH : The one-car wreck that occurred
'd around Thanksgiving charged that
rd '
c Black plastic
I I I / case Mull was the driver of the truck at the
; ) matching integrated
I e time of the accident. Law enforcement
BARS 79 yr strap ; officials also tried to prove Mull
MODEL 553.10 'i/
had been but unable
drinking were to
do so. The rescue unit arriving on the
: 1l599POLY scene stated Mull was In the f

".ft passenger's seat and therefore could
[jrti, not be charged with vehicular
!i homicide or manslaughter by
FILLED 18" BAR-B-QUE automobile.
100%poly tilled, Baked enamel fire bowl, 100%solid state II
machine washable and Reg. rust resistant grid. Brass stereo amplifier.
dryable. Assorted LOUNGE '12M $888 tone leas REQ. $5.99 /' Manual automatic 1 Parrish Guilty on

ticking REQ. $329 channel selection.
48 \ MODEL 3800 I" Gambling ChargesAlbert

Parrish owner of the Red
ONE-STEP-AY-A-TIME ZIP FIRE 39" """ Honey Cafe in the Reno section of
FACIAL terPik' STARTERS', O A f\ Starke pled guilty to charges of permitting
6yl ft gambling in a place under
TISSUES 4 precision, englnered'filters Quick and easy to use. one's control. The second charge of
Box of 200. to lei yov gradually stop smok- UghttuptoSOllre. t DAZEY \1 i maintaining a house for the purposeof
White or colas Ins S b SWS-2 REG.$10.95 REG. 89- I gambling was dismissed.A .

LIMIT 2 SEAL-A-MEAL pre-sentence Investigation was
888 67C Seal and freeze complete ordered by Circuit Judge Osee Fagan.
m. meals or let). Parrish could receive a maximum
477 overs for later use. i sentence of five years.
"'-QUART REG. $12 99 I.

13QALLON Kordife. S ;;CUSHION' c tI Molded of high ,; 10"( SAM1SCALAMCALBAGS ? (l1'J1; More.... Swimming
TRASH BAGS 20x36 Spring ventilators keep density polyethylene. rti
you cool and dry:REQ$7.59 r I Hinged lid and ;
Heavy duty plastic Boilable 24' 3'\)
1 09 with of 30'S. 29 '' "' a comfort' handles.. cooking'pouches ,.; tfrom page
----- PEG $29 99
REQ $2.19 LIMIT 1 Ay'
ISR began 13
The program years
2499 fitfm i ago when Barnett came home from a
RAID CAT tI1 n'f TELE-EKTRA 1 lifeguarding Job to discover a
ROACHTAPE DOG OR ; )%, CAMERA OUTFIT fi{:1 neighborhood child had drowned In a
FI COLLAR 11'I ,t f" ditch filled with two inchesof
Kills roaches contlnously Pe QUART ; Pocket size camera .. "' 1, drainage
S ;' I toddlers have
Protects your pet for up to 4 accepts 110 film. Kit : 1 water. Over 20,000
with one easy application. j ,
tkkifleatdiu THERMOS Includes film and flip- VJi.REG. ; been through the program and accor-
Pack of 36.1 Inch x 4 Inch + + months REQ. $2 69 .
Keeps beversges hot or ifi flash. REG $27.99 / .: ding to the odds at least eight should
$249 m, 188. cold. Comfort handle. !,t.r have drowned. However, none have
499 I N 'NO. 2410H REG. $5.29 I 11xqw: 23"KRACO .t tj and several people have sent letters
099 to Barnett saying the ISR techniques
} AUTO SNACK TRAY/ r 1- j saved their child from drowning.The .
Involves sophisticated'data
gathering which include
TRASH CAN Durable plastic In assorted I EVEREADY 8 TRACK STEREO 't;'. monitoring hearbeat breathing and
colors. Fits over the hump. ALKALINE BATTERIES ; featuresAM/FM 'F.h fatigue and parents keeping track of
H.lvydu1ypla.tiC $1.29I em "C"oT"D"size.for ou cJ_:: '" ,stereo radio. 8 >'r- 718 with fit tight lid flashlights toys and --.. 'i track player, Integrated $ and sleep habits Mrs. Morford compiles
to prevent spills.REQ. 88. ,,1,'
.00.1 some small appliances :. circuitry.KI057S data only from the in-water per
d of the children.
? Pack of 2. REQ $1.79 t 1 formance
-I PEG. $13995 J f'1 Mrs. Morford said she hopes she.
12-IHCH K-INCHX50FOOT 119 A a' can continue her work next summer
THERMOMETER 'GARDEN HOSE Y:' 11995POLAROID j ''and have the whole summer to work
Large easy-to reed numerals.' ;.*: ";. ,Durable' ,flexible vinyl reinforced, ffl: =I with the children because the handicapped
Jt.; children need More time to
for game.
Great patio wilt nylon. Brass fittings .
: wpj x : learn the basics Funding however'Is
room and pool side :: STYLE 1603 REQ,$9.99r8 DOS FILM ,f ;It.
the monkey-wrench In the works. HIP
REGft\'V9 ". ; C19. .prlnta En'oy' 8'I.ryttme.color pr'cr' 0 Is funded through the Division of

5GU exposures, Health and Rehabilitative Services
and funding for next year has not
come through yet. Mnr.Love said the
'money to get a swimming program
R Were In the neighborhood going was raised through bake sales,


; these kids, AND their parentsbecause
I rnf.fi1fi'rlT1rJfi"' SAT.. SEPT. 15 es they're very special peopletoo
I, { : : : : 9 A.M,11 9 P.M. ., ," Mjrj. Morford ia!f.
;! : -1 1 And as Mrs. Schaefer plays with
I GtfjlI/1m'-OPEN SUNDAYS 10 A.M. til 7 P.M. her daughter and talks proudly o(her
W[) lrlm.ffi [ .V W ':;SHOP EARLY SOME SALE ITEMS UMITEp r I RUGS accomplishments,' she said the

: : parents In ''HIP will do everything.

831 s. Walnut t.: ,., a/.' they can to"keep the,program going..


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.e SA TEUSGRAPH September IX l.7. .

Most Traffic Deaths Happen:; \ !Hi :. :I :.:.Canning; Centers Can Cut .Food:'Costs' ,,J:>
I --''''' '
LE ,
In Dade ren't reventlng"itiil'ir lls game as well as pack fruit and freak than food that bat bMadehy..ted. ment, may eventually be {t:':ser..lI' ( H
CountyTALLAHASEE for OXTs as they expend
dians from eating well Uutnutatome vegetables for borne freezing: at the But the name "canidng"may of food ><
15 community food preservation center. soon be a misnomer"The vices Into other areas preserFlorida's ,....
A novice who knows nothing about big .issue right now to the cost yaUon. ,
Dade County led from S.1 in all time low,to 3.2 centers throughout the stale. seasonal advantages-1 a
"putting up" food can pick useful of containers both metal and
the state again In traffic fatalities forum for 1978. With deaths in 1979 running Community Canning Craters up glass, make it ideally suited to a lengthy'1productive ;
(CCC's) tips for food preparation and processing going out of sight. Sometimes, the
said the Florida Highway. Patrol. about 13 percent 1978. .therel.apossibility are non commercial ventures canning: season according1to
from skilled staff container costs the food
sponsored by the Cooperative personnel. Most more than 'as
Records that for that
show however we may experience Bates. "We should be able to serve
center have that into IU"! Bates said that
Extension Service or supervisors attended the goes "
Dade Community 3
miles driven County tied another increase this year. ac as a national model to show what can
Food and scientists WAS
lion groups. Home gardeners Drug Administration's Bet are experimenting '<
Orange for the fifth best mileage or at the community:
be accomplished
those with access to fresh ter Process School which stresses with the development of plastic and 'b
death rate of the ten larger counties. produce, become more sel -"
level to people
Film be ShownIn their safe, efficient: and unitary foil pouches which are more flexible help
That is the number of deaths per 100 to bring fruits and vegetables to processing : and better nourished as a """
methods Food and easier to manufacture. "Their sufficient
the CCC where they help and preparation and "
million vehicle miles traveled. The prepare efforts and !
result of their own' ..
mileage death rate for the state was the same hopeful spirit as the ant put it in cans or Jars for canning and clean-up is done by the patron but the development is in the early stages cooperation with others." ."
while Dade and toted the rubber eventual family use.They usually, most important steps can sealing and It will be a number of years
3.2 Orange County that tree plant in the pay The closest canning center to Brad- 'M1 j
small fee for the and thermal processing-are handledby before we can make any positive
only a containers and '
each had 2.ROf [lopes The Bradford ;
song ford County is in SUWANNEE County ??
Public trained center personnel. Several recommendation, he cautioned.:
that cost
even is subsidized
the 2.305 killed in traffic County Library will once again
persons Suwannee River Economic: Council -
centers also the Work with solar and :
for low Income are exploring use of dehydration
crashes last year in Florida. Dade feature the film "Keep America Sing users.The Canning Center P.O. Box 70, Live'""
solar solar-assisted also
dehydration. fish
had 286. Broward was next with 182 ing" on Wednesday Sept. 19, 1979 at Victory Gardens of World WarII smoking FL 32060. I IW
should be the first and under investigation within the Oak
and Pinellas third with 147. 10:30: a.m. This film was taped live in encouraged the development of to- "Safety depart- __.
color at the 36th Annual Convention of day's food preservation center. Dr. foremost concern of any food handle 1-
Duval County had 121 killed and the Society for Preservation and Encouragement Robert P. Bates a food technologistat ing establishment stressed Bates.
was just behind Dade with a mileage of Barber Shop Quartet the University of Florida's Institute "Anytime food Is handled there Is the
death rate of 2.7. Hillsborough with singing in America. Over forty old of Food and Agricultural potential for food poisoning.
129 traffic deaths had the best time favorite and popular songs are Sciences ((1FAS) attributes the However there is so much good, PUBLIC NOTICEThe
mileage death rate, 2.2 of the ten performed by the top quartets and growth In popularity of CCC's to authoratatlve information available
largest counties. choruses in the United States. "rising food costs and an increased and by using state federal and com
Two small counties. Hamilton and Hopefully this lime, barring any interest food self-sufficiency.: mercial publications as well as com
Union reported no traffic fatalities mechanical failure that there was for There are three circumstances mon sense the risk of food" poisoning Mayor and Commissioners of the City of Stark propose tc
during t971tColonel the first showing on April 18, you will when using the CCC is advantageous should be very minimal. file a preapplicaflon for a Community Development Block Grant for
CCC's in
Eldrige Beach. Patrol see and hear The Great Heritage of according to Bates. Florida have perfect
When there Is a lot to the food safety record. The IFAS Food fiscal year 1980.Community .
director: said "We were disappointed America in song free at the public can.
that Florida's mileage death rate rose library an extension of the home kitchen Science and Human Nutrition Department Development Block Grant funds are Intended to
only bigger and more efficient with works to preserve that recordby either benefit low or moderate Income persons or serve to prevent

special equipment like shelters, sponsoring frequent workshops or eliminate slums and blight. .
I 9".. -oCommunity newsby ...;t -, juicers., and large, steamJacketedkettles. answering supervisors inquiries and Extension from agents center Pursuant to regulations of the Department of Housing and Urban

and newsletter for Development a second Public Hearing will be held at the RJE
Kliiiibrth: (i. Walker p.m. Friday. Prayer and Pastoral The CCC's are not only for canning. publishing a canning -
Sometimes the center personnel. Cafeteria. Starke 7:30 Thursday September 27. 1979 to
Phone!M4-MM3: teaching. center becomes an impromptu : p.m.
Krrakfjsl Program: New Bethel Baptist Church: Weekly farmer's market where Canning will never go out of style or receive public comment and citizen participation in the develop
Are you interested in a breakfast services began Wednesday with home gardeners with more produce be replaced by another method ment of the preapplication for Federal assistance.ReaSH .
program for your children in the Prayer !Meeting and Bible Study 8 than they can consume trade with because canned foods aren't depen I
other gardeners. Often It Is dent on freezers can be easily stored
school s'stt'm" If you are. we invite p.m. Sunday School only. more con
you to meet with the Concerned Mt. PlKRah A.MK Church: Sunday venient to prepare fish and dress and transported, and taste closer to ,

Parents for Breakfast. Sept. 14 at 8 School 10 a.m. Morning Worship It
pin in the National Guard Armory a.m. The Choir Federation will be
on Edwards! Road. We also urge you held at 3 p.m. The public is invited
to attend the Sept. 17. school board Greater Bethlehem Krerulll Baptist
meeting to show your support.We Church: Weekly activities as follows:
urgently need your support on !Monday, 6:30: Tiny Tots rehearsal
Sept t7. School Board Conference each week 7:30: Senior Choir CAR
and ;
Kmiin 582 N. Temple Ave. rehearses. Tuesday 7:30.: Story Hour. Winner
N.\.U'P: Bradford County Branch Friday Junior Choir rehearses. 6 ;
will hold its regular meeting Monday. p.m. The Junior Ushers rehearse 6
Sept 17. 7:30: p m in the education p.m. Saturday dinners will be sold tR
building of New Bethel Baptist from the kitchen. Saturday 5 p.m.
Church All members and interested The Little Church rehearses. Sunday :
oil i/ens are nulled 9:30: Sunday School. Morning( Worship
Dell Chapter| | IbH O.K.S. will meet. II a.m. Dinner 12:30. Evening
Sept 13 at 7'30 p.m. in the Masonic Worship 6 p.m. with Rev. Baxter
Hall on Brow nice Street. We will from Jacksonville as guest speaker.
b egui with a Chat and Chew activity HIRE'S HOW YOU ENTEX THE DRAWINGS
All members are invited. Greater Alien Chapel AMK Church: FREE
Girl Stouts: Girl Scouts registrationdues There will be various activities given es Whether or not you win 0 cull puss In our Monday night Pro-
Football your football gam ticket are .llgibl*. tortho
are to be in to the office by Sept with the Young( Church participatingfor ,.,,,
Sup drawing Writ your name address
18 The of needed their part toward the Women'sDay
cooperation parents is -
number on every game ticket you collect at Pantry Prideduring
to help leaders meet this deadlineKhrnrrr activity which terminates Sun CUTLASS SUPREME'S each week, return them to Pantry Pride and deposit them
: ll.iplKl thurth: Sunday day O.14.. All members are asked to WILL BE GIVEN AWAY them in the SWEEPSTAKES boa al the tore office. All ticket
St'hiHil. 9:30.: !Morning Worship II a.m. cooperate with these activities. Sun During The Period. deposited that week will bo gathered in a central pot and
The Mission! Ebenezer Baptist Church day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship ONE bo drawn. The on that ticket
Mill Hebraic the Mission Hour. Sun. II a.m.First ;-_ 9/13/79 Thru 131flOMIT drawn will win a 1980 Old Cul,..soSupreme; Coup A new
Church of r rintNt it mil of *.iei drawing. will bo held week for 17 week
) cljy ::1 p in Mrs Susie M While will Horn the l.iilng God: Cilia sal 11181111tow15toteITCMOSILI. every
speak Other Home Mission Societies Friday 6:30: Bible Study. Friday 7:30.: .
1 will visit All members are asked tote Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 SECOND WINNER WILL BE
present a.m. Morning Worship II a.m. -::--/ "k '
The missionaries of Ml Sinai VPCW. 6 p.m. Evening Worship. 7 -- DRAWN ON SEPT.. 20, '1979
Women Baptist' Association will begin p,m, You are invited.
Friendship Baptist. Sept 20 Frrr Caiman True Church of dud In p IN JACKSONVILLE FLA. AT SPRINGFIELD PANTRY PRIDE
tllnullI 2:1.: Units : Prayer Meeting each Monday rfl I 1"1] CORNER OF 7TH AND MAIN STREETS AT 10 A. M.

( linn of Gal In J Schis4.9o! :: < Morning Worship-lli.W: vice. Friday Bible .Study Sunday -' A '
with the :Missionaries in l'harJl''I'WW ( School. 10 a.m. Morning Worship I II I 1rlp... 1.SO OLDSMOalLE CUSKypiNEMt' I CO".II.2.DOOII' : ,
J \ > .Id Tuehdj.v Hiblc Hdnd. 7 a.m. Evening Worship. 6::'M.



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'.v... .. U.S. NO.1 1 Chef Size Potatoesu9Cu18i Bartlett PearstMMNonmiMu .496 e /;iloos
1\ Good Selection Of Favorite Flower .
:- Plants Fresh Carrots (! Fresh Slaw or Salad w49Y td

riaVegetable: All .Purpose Yellow Onions 1/15I Green rat saesHds. Cukes or Peppers 6 fOI '1 1Is 100 23 c

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SAVE 2oa Fresh Crisp' Celery STALE 390 Sunny Delight Citrus Punch 79lJ SAVE IQe A L. tJ

Georgia Red Sweet Potatoes m Iii'1M Fresh. Canadian Rutabagas' u 91* :g i

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Vanilla Wafers
PITTOSPORUM ._.........................!Reg! ..:3"Reg .......................... s2t9 COOKIES CHEEZ .1" Kleenex>foetal Tissue 3/1/ '

UGUSTRUM... '2" $29 iibb''srk1hans; 21'1 1 ASSORTED J 14" .CIIACIIIII Polka MB .Dot UM Brand,Rice f24s.SAVE .

ROSES... ,== .: ::=._.Rep. '4" :::::::::::375 Gala IMf IMWMOM m is.Napkins rants 59" ,SAVE-ttJf 18+J'e"/ 2 1101PKOS.. I 4 'I 12 IIOUS 100x *1____g_) Mt Fresh M e+Kosher IIWIC HUH Dills MUS r 99.t:..w

PAM PUS GRASS --.....- Reg '/". ...............-.-..f6" SpaghettiGround Beef 3/1/ UN MUUt 'lis
Snowdrift I Shortening
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RYE BIRD FEEDERS Bounty Towels lIbbJ' .Cream Style Corn 3/1/

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SEED Redwood Heath & IIIMM mnniuHmFolger's Monogram Rice 79
Dillon CoffeeFolger's $289M" galwa.ewnrseiww

Stays Green All MO"r i .r'1 Many Styles & Sizes Flaked Coffee 52" DETERGENT DETERGENT. '(California Ml NHUM Tomatoes. 31'1/

5 Lbs $ /o w set a5 I ,CatlItt.r fls
| Tetley Tea Bags fill 320z 840z Isi e5R
m $143' .2'47 4"1
MOMTHMflll BTL BOX '', witch'Cat'Food /
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runsoeroXlT 99J .COFFEE r"'" lJtCAKE MIXES =zoo ArE .3 LOAVES 240& $J19 '''A

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FrorH 4 Rear Now imi' ..0 "'YuotJ MAYO / :Pecan Cinnamon! Twirls' ,,2 ft 1.09s J
Pantry Pride Dog Food 5/f/ 'SO*S401
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September II,1t7. TEUBfittAPH PafttA

I BCH Employees- C/dldS'rkh! With Cancer -yr -rw--- Recruiter with Model FighterAir i '

Employees of the Bradford County counigtaught by certified hospital .I

Hospital recently contributed $ OO to Force Recruiter T ISgt. Bill Carroll preferred), and must undergo aptitude s
the American Cancer Society, TheccSinJUe* is also la pictured"at the controls" of aIcaie and physical tests. Thiy! are
designated for use by the family of a the poMibillty of loo.dr5'.lnto model F-4E Phantom Jet given a choke of training, and the Air :i
Bradford County child who was scholarship for" all fighter, one of six made at Lowery Fore Is the only branch of taw .
recently: stricken by cancer ford County students AFB In Colorado for use in parades military services that give oolletf. !
The fund committee also bought anew The Employee Contribution Fund 1 demonstrations, school events, andpublic credit hour for all technical tr.I.&.,. J
rocking chair to be used in thepediatric was set up by Methodist Hospital Corporation displays throughout the US. The Air Force also has its own Community t
unit at the hospital. and all money Is contributedby .. The next public appearance of the College with the main school
Future plans of the employees Include BCII employees for use. by plane will be during the University of located at Maxwell AFB. Ala., with ,
the purchase of an oven for the charitable organizations In Bradford. Florida Homecoming parade. branches at every Air Force Base. j
home for retarded women in STarke. County.. Graduates are awarded Association E,
and they are also hoping to buy a new* NOW Sgt. Carroll is In Starke each Thursday Degrees in Applied Sciences. I
"Resuscl-Anne" and replacement the Office Shop :
or may be contacted by calling
parts for the old Anne, who la beginn- 110 W.Cell II. collect to his office in the Federal '.J
ing to show signs of wear tad tear Cemplete SeJvetlonMollmerfc Building Gainesville, 378-5100. Sgt. Carroll will be glad to interview
after being used aa "the victim" in Cords end Gift Young men and women between the any interested candidate while J 111
numerous CPR courses Both of these AIM u selection ofmooWote ages of 17 and 28 are eligible for in Starke on Thursdays, or by j
will be used in the community CPR priced jiffsIt enlistment (high school education telephone on other days.


W*: :>':: :":::::::::'::::::::w:::::::::>.::::::: 1FAS To Launch Energy Campaign 1 I Iby

John D. Campbell, M.D.:! card Of Thanks \ Mary LaurentGAINESVILLE developed publications on domestic 'i 1

.. 'WW___"' '_'.u_ ..........,.:(! solar water heating for Florida In )
N""N. -- Florida'sCooperative 1938, But cheap energy eliminated the I
: *" Announces The family of Dennis (Smitty) Extension Service will demand for energy conservation (
,. i
Smith wishes to extend their thanks to begin a state wide campaign In opportunities."
;, .::,'".:;( \., ,." all friends who expressed their sympathy September to change Floridians' attitudes 4
; r'' .The'Professional Medical Association O/1"- ,, in so many kind ways in our about the seriousness of the Florida's citizens are ready to learn
,.s lime of sorrow energy situation and to teach conservation more about conservation. Smith 1

.I. ,. '. I'," practices.Extension believes, but are not sure where they ;
." ;' > '
Rick Neal I, P.A. offices were designated can get reliable information. He noted \
.. \' Energy Information Centers By the that another survey completed by his
.* TO< ,1ItDonald'sIanagemen'! and state energy office on July 2. Florida office found that the two major
'" y" Starting October 1,1979 I' Staff: receives money for education. information sources of energy information for
>: Our love and appreciation for all and conservation programs Florida residents were utility com
that you did for our Dad You were his from the U,S. Department of Energy panies and government-related
second family and he loved you all

_.:-Call 496-2323, Ext. 39 For Appointment- Thanks, McDonald's, for caring.., God.- The decision to begin the public these organizations.sources is not Information always accessible from '
Bless You education program comes after a to the public, according Smith. ,:
The Jarvis Family survey conducted by Dr. Lionel y
Beaulieu of the University of IFAS Extension has offices in all 67 h
Florida's Institute of Food and Florida counties Making them '
Agricultural Sciences IFAS) which energy Information centers "seemed I
measured energy attitudes and opinions the natural thing to do," said Smith
of Floridians. "People have been coming to these offices S,
The survey found that only 27 percent for years to get information on
of the population felt that waste various topics. This move will greatly
and Inefficiency were the biggest con- aid energy education activities." .
at PANT PRIE tributors to the energy problems the Smith said each Extension office is :
your nation is now facing and less than 25 stacked with a reference library and
percent thought the scarcity of oil was brochures explaining aspects of
related to the problem. energy efficiency Agents have been
trained to answer inquiries and will
"As long as people don't think thereis consult IFAS specialists on special
$1000 CASH-PIay MONDAY NIGHT PRO- FOOTBALL a problem, they aren't going to conserve problems.
We have got to change attitudes The Center for Environmental and
and that will come with education Natural Resources Program
\wom; Li ," said Wayne H.Smith. As Direc surveyed 39 states on energy education

HERE'S HOW TO WIN CASH PLAYING, MONDAY NIGHT PRO-FOOTDAtL tor of the IFAS Center for Environ- measures they were taking IKAS
mental and Natural Resources Programs has access to educational materials
',' 1 Get 0 FREE Pro-Footbae weekly' game card ticket, you' WIN the dollar' amount indicated. he coordinates the education from these states In addition, eduia-
9AO "" MOT "10< ,. everytime' you' clan your' Pantry' Pride Store. (See additional direction on game cad.11f) effort. lion programs already In place were
Oft 'IN ANV w.rWnl1t eoMN eC rIO .ITNta.7nTN No purchase necessary. Then watch "to- you' *have a winning ticket. bring It to any' "The Cooperative Extension Ser canvassed to help design the energy
''* ft AM llAOOa tV TAttON 0It Football the Monday Pantry Pride by the close of business' the "
: following non
f.U.VI iOM M1TWOP1H % vice Is not new to energy education, education program specifically for
network television. or leo your' local newspaper following Friday night following that Monday S
"Our faculty Floridians.
I Smith
or lli. result posted In our store lor the night. game for verification, Store managerwill stressed
% final scot of both to.m..t the completion redeem $1O .nd SI winner on the spot
+' of the gam.. If the l lilt number of the final and arrange for payment of $1000 and $100
:' sore of each team matches the number for winner.
7 each team printed on the Pro-Football game I
r Demo Deadline For
...,....www.t41 :a.. .., GET A FREE GAME TICKET EVERYTIME YOU VISIT PANTRY PRIDE! Delegate QualifyingSeptember
... .;., '". .,.. ;.' a. ,.... .. _
p. Is
is the The In
___Mr 'w qualifying qualifications. caucus open 4
floe vn.t I na, r un deadline for registered Democrats the general public.In .
"u'f \ Add to the excitement of the big game who wish to enter the race for addition to the elected delegate J
delegates to the State Democratic the county chairman and vice chairman t
QUO !AI'1nn 4TIM7
Convention in Petersburg in ana the state cmnmtltreinai
pMl 10 s"" "" >> t" *
e s -.n.mi I.': every_ Monday-night.: Over $400,, ,.000. .,,,Nr. November. and committeewoman will
:: i : ...r' '" nee e UJlJlllO-.IIQJaOIlIiol.. :s.- :-rs" .... :'. vay d '... ,1.r. .. !" ",f l ..,.;w.,. ." 1.ooIltL..w''y., Any"qualified' Democrat in Brad, automatically become delegates. Ir y
c.aV31.aDle In Sn cx prliesa" ford County may have his or her the convention "
name placed on the ballot for the two Highlight of the torn'cut ion will he'l' l
\. delegate and two alternate positions straw ballot on candidates mfkiiii

Enter the drawings for '17-1980 Olds Cutlass Supreme Coupes to be voted on at a party caucus Satur the nomination for President on the
day, Oct 13. Th. caucus will be held Democratic ticket The fiute. "IPresidcnlJimnly'arterandEdwwrrt'
I at 12 noon In the County Commission I :
room In the new courthouse. Kennedy, who still maintain h<> is not
Qualifying papers are available a candidate for the office are alrcwlx
"mm HI nu mm*urn MII_ nwt I.w w urn MUM 1 1 of The
in t u no i M. _1">.. rig upon request at the office waging an intensive campaign I In
Fryer Combination Pkg. is984 i Bradford County Telegraph and must have their candidate. come out alll'lIlIIn !
be returned to Chairman the straw ballot.
County "
IM in 98. Lucile Green, 305 N. Walnut St.
Western Pork Spare. Ribs u Starke, or to State committeeman The Bradford County Demwrativ
urn M $231 Jimmy Crosby, Bayless Highway. "
Beef Round Steak II a I o Starke. before 5 p.m", Sept. 28. slot to help defray expense of each
Ir r..fiI MI narw Each candidate for delegate Mill, be delegate from this county to .UK ,'11I1''ellllon.
Breyers Natural Yogurt .38 allowed one minute to speak on his \ .
UM w tints* oa .mmimai awe '
Blade Chuck Steak u51'/ etlnTG11 sus toV"t191 !

'w ti/.ta4 aramsuLo.aam Youth Revival at Metlmtlit* Church Sept. 17 20 '11_
Boneless Chuck Roast u

Boneless uw Mtit.*.Stewing..__Bee1--'u'i's $138 $1 28 48 All school and college ago. area ThrouKlinut the week, I lie ,.io.iivl W

.. ...... ,,,,,r"l youth are invited 'to attend u \outh message will Iw prt-M'iiliil lt>' \'utintipeople n
t t M til M I SMI Mm 1 eM LB
Ground Beef LI'1 1u4 141 LB revival at the First United ..Methodist and I the sang serf dear w" ill ,In-led I
Freshly ", SAYE 400 A Le SAYE 311g A L$ 8AYe 900 A LE Church at the corner of Walnut andJefferson n>' young people .
ex I ionium Mm '191$ Streets Monday, Sept 17
Dressed Whiting thru Thursday Sept 20 from 7:10:: The rt'all''IIIt'Clllf tear ynmu |NNI
wit will HIM win. BUM $111 p.m. to 8.30 p.m, nightly pie loit.ij m a |N Fresh Pork Butts 1I Ianitt.reen.rnlII 98" Monday evening the gospel with Jesus Christ, WI1''III'UoW alt
UM w l ismw lu .u mm turn Economy.Sliced Bacon "
I Will I US and shaftfellowshipandwurshipwilhusdurtnu.
message will be presented by Bill and area youth In l tome
u88lI HHtmmvaumuumlots -I.wl"n" t w'r.e"w71 .
Lykes Smoked PicnicsIMf CENTER CUT BEEF Of Chicken lotus u580" Des Cal YogurtIMHHMfM 4/S1/ Phyllis German who are a magicianand
.mIIM?M If II I .& thin revival
Rock Cornish Hens 'lI.88' '" SIRLOIN -.".... 4 respectively. I
Fyne Spred Oleo Qtrs. 43COOri. Fyne Taste Sliced Bologna M3'

Skillet IM Mill Ml Brand Mil Bacon 5 111' STEAKS UH mi aim mm mm ..WlJII''mi. tit 984J2 : : METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIES Y --- AI.I.
UM MIMMHygrade & Vegetable Oil Spread oov" Fyne Taste Skinless Franks "
Hot Dogs 88. UnflSKll UM .MMIiemilUM 91 Youth Krt hat >car President M Jay ":11""' viii
101IOMPMVr i141 .J.J.: $ Smoked Pork Hocks .ttftj.u68C, Lykes Grill Franks A youth revival will be held in the president Inuku; Ciir\cr midsecretarytreasurer
Sea Star Fried Fish Cakes iI"' ::"" 258 IMrl1l.rMn/ UM W IM. m UWHI tBl sanctuary of the First United Is "Ir11I11'
M W I ItlUHI.HUM L8 Mrs. Filberts Margarine Pantry Pride Lunch Meats Methodist Church. Walnut and Jefferson !Miller, The ouiK"niK olfucrH ural
Fillets 5191 ... ... IM IM iw mint" MM Iraleer..wu.) Kol lish did
Trout 'Grouper u SAYS 40d A LB & $1st Streets on Monday thru Thursday president Doug < un
Pantry Pride Sour Cream 68" Pantry Pride Cooked SalamiSCO. Sept 111hru 2CI. from:30p.m. to outstanding job' during the |uisl year
8:30 each etemng and we' are ImikinK forward l ia great
.E pantry Pride Cream CJiemIM 63I' Smithfield Pork Sausage Ll88 All p.m.area youth are welcome and in- fclluwKhip under the lfad *rr.lni| or our
PEER m ttm...wwil IM Will tiled to attend The program is new officers (hisear. j
MOUTH'.J Pantry Pride Cottage Cheese $1 101 Chunk BraunschwiegerGwaltneys ..684" geared toward all school age and college

IC 4/680 i Chicken 784CONTAD1NA age young people FootballThe
c Biscuits Franks Included in the gospel presentationwill '
WASH till IMISIIIIW rN 5 T5AY5IOd / be a magician a ventriloquistand Mrthiidislciulh! will Mr going In
HALF' GALLON Bordens American Singles 'I Oscar Mayer- franks other>'out h. The SOUR service will Gainesville this Friday evening In
also be led by young people from our watch the Bradford Turnad -- :- : '. their second victory, fur the >,-jr, The
f1f 189 own
: o279' ; SWEET 'N fLOW' church van will )|cave the ihurili '

Officer tlp'i..ctr : ; parking lot at| 6:311 P in. ,

V *
TOMATO IH1' Dllltllll,
\ senior youth group elected a "
newslate nffiters( : ,, for the coining youth ireitor
.... t*!* f1*" SAU'CE' "
Bail Roll-On- 11174< ,Sierra Strawberries; 3/1.1 I '

Gasify Belt' Puffs J 171 1 Farm MteMiamrw Fart French. Fries $1.. ., 15bz '( PACK :$188Atra : r4 .JROTC' News. W- .
!!! -' -
39' '
Ml *UB HUI S9t. .. :,
Razor W/Two Blades 121 Lambrecht Pizza CAN OF 250
MI r.1 a nm The Bradford is ficers Candidate School. Each officer
MIS ;1.ass r su : High JROTC Unit
Ultra; Max Shampoo $9i.. ,Pantry,Prjd firanga J Juice 3f$1 1 back in full swing this year with new was, chosen on leadership citizenship.
ass classrooms. They .made the move and reliability The two ranking officers
was tsteesratsaa from A" building to the old cafeteria for the WHO school year are
PANTRY PRIDE ;I .VOR over the summer. Ted Greenly Battalion Commander
12 PACK E This year the unit had a head start and Mike Dahnke (Executive Officer. -
TWIN POP ICE' in the organizing of staff officers and ..
OR b PACKCOMUO company commanders Alt officers Since the unit U,being run by the
MA.. Pa.. Mw 1e. 2.. ease w were chosen merthe summer at Of. cadets this, year, all cadet will be expected -
y to dot their share in pulling
.. .. ;.,, ,
12 EXPOSWtE5 I 't, ,, together Every cadet is looking for
ills : i : 'I 1 ward to a very good and exciting:
cpsLoeEtrs Inked Prnlrcimfal' t'hurch year.There.
TUM.LER.LUSES, r CHARACTER ORf 2$ o tiJ' zniN.ttairrM.PuMor ,;,' will be a meeting held at the

: 1If'\' ".I.Wf'IfI'j.' \; ,., end of the month for the, Parent',
a ywcnv, mvuru ,' ,e'cuARaRaaowN 1 ( s \ ,Organization.All parents of cadets in-> '

i1i'o' oaovrallaiia' T:30, Wednetda Bible Study ", .", ttrested should attend this meeting, ,
,32.5 t 30p.m. 'Frida'outhSenite.I' Here is a very special" "Thank You"', Sunday Sunday School tt-,! JO Jhe parents who C helped last 'year.ah1 .
.._ I't
4M0111CU.0s.tw11M.awe.n TMW wta.5w M Nr6.u4.crrv Kiimri waa.vaaa
au '
7:30.p.m...Sunday. Evangelistic. .. .. & Sen-ice, *; '
W.M"Acts : :
Act t' : '
2-38-39: Luke 16:16-18: PI.OSII

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i.j lIIx L ...&M..B&'iJ H !! 8 HI i eHf! LEGALSNOTICI JlIi! n BE i U iiI!! O e.r6: [ !! U ;tj iii I!! i i i J nee ill U : n 111 11 II UH UI.Ii!! I J 1Ii I (

ed below from MIC I to M County Florida, In actor designated, for a tavern firm nemo el September 11. 1979, At NOTICI OF I. Joseph N. Warren.MayorCommlt 469.09. Florida Statute,
: HOMI BID ..loner of
W.C Emery ho mod 311. 20.000 to. ft. done with the local the property at RAY llho" Clerk of the Court ByiBoulon the el Storke notice, It hereby given
application to the Brod- located one mile West of Government C.mrpreheslve MONO HEATH detcrlbad 2. to.603-A. M. Moody At City that the undersigned'
.In The Board Of Florida hlve" of the
32666. by
lord County Zoning Hwy 16 on the right of Planning Act a. follow: Two ((2) Fla. Deputy Clerk. County Paul .. Con P.O. Bon
ticHH Commlttlonert' vetted'
Bradford Authority fa mo
Board 'for reclo.*iricotioo tide of Pleatonl Crow of Ins at provided for In acre located five mile enM*|.regliter.tald" 9/134tchg 10/4. "3. Starke, Florida

of th. property d._...- Rood (N.W. 29tft A..) In Chapter lei of the North of Starhe off Hwy pro..u ftan.* name of under aforesaid the receive County.sealed Florida written, wM by Second 1 low Primary da. hereby Electionto COIl. a 32091.: doing 1Iu.......
below from MIA to Section 18 under the firm Of
Township 6 Florida Statute*. 301 onto 2OCB In Section name
NOTICIOPAPPLICATION bid in the Office' of the bo held at the City
R.3, located 2 mll.. South Range 22 toil out TO: All Cltlieni, Taxpayer :35 Township 9 South Robert Clerk. of Circuit Court Hall In tho foretold Oty "PAUL'S FRAMING".
Southwett ol Keystone ol parcel, 2278 for a con. and other Interfiled Range :22 fail for atavern. Lomm, owner located P.O. Box 943. S.....,
of the
FOR in
TAX Bradford qualified voter on
Dated this 6th day by
ol 21. 5.1 ... _.
on t lr Hwy "' tlore. person Florida 33091. 'Intend to
September A.D. 1979 in DUD County Courthouse Tuetday. September 29
acre In Section 36. This change In You and each" of yaw You ore further given Bradford County. 9/6 Sec. 194.U.F.S.NOTICI Slarka. Florida until 1979 A.D., for tho pur.pate register told fictitious
Township, 8 South. Range clo"ilicatlon I I. ubct and herewith NOTICE that of under lha
| are hereby a copy 4tpd 927. IS HEREBY 10 00 0."'. on October I. ol electing the name provl-
n lot, out of parcel to a public hearing la beheld given notice In accordance told proposed ORDINANCE GIVEN that Ernest 1979 for resurfacing of following. offkar! tlon ol olorataldstatute.
6203 for opart.nll.Thl' on Tueidoy. with Florida I is available for .
IN THE CIRCUIT Hunter the holder of tho approximately 40 mile
change 'In September n. 1979 at Statute that the Boardof the office Paul I. Cox. Owner.
your inspection at COURT OF following' cartlf kotet hat of county roads.Specifications. POLICE CHIEF For Two
clattiflcotion )I. tubiect 7.30 p.m" In th. County County Commit- of the Director of BRADFORD COUNTY. filed told certificate for may b. Year. Dated this 23rd day of

to a public hearing to beheld Commission Room In the stoners of Bradford Zoning end Planning FLORIDA a tax deed to be issued obtained from the Office Auguit. A.D. 1979 at

on Tuetdoy. Bradford County Courthoute. County Florida, nave Bradford County Court- thereon. The certificate of the Clerk ol' Circuit ONI COMMISSIONER Stork., Fl. 21. 1979 at At this time all designated the Bradford hou... Storke, Florida. Civil" Action No. "'.2". number and year at is..nonce. Court 'In the Bradford GROUP 4. For Two Year B234tpd913.fiffFfciy .
T 30 P m. In the County persons Interetled shall' County Zoning and Planning Each and every Person
of tho Courthoute.Slarke.
In ,. the marriage descriptionof County .
.. In the
Comm en Room be heard for
or ogolntt Board to conduct having any interest
EDWIN KENNETH the property and thename Florida. The warding INSPECTORS FOR SAID
Bradford' County Cow the proposal a* public hearing .. a whatever In the enactment
In which Bid" ELECTION
CAUL IV. ttutbond and it was "Paving mustbe :
thou.. At thu time oil tpecitied In th. Zoning regular meeting held at of this proposed
VIVIAN WIllENE ......ed ... at lallowt clearly marked on the
pertont ,interetted shall Cod. ol Bradford Coun- 7.30; p.m. In the County ORDINANCE should appear STRICKLAND CAULEV Certificate No. 114 outside of the envelope "Annie, P. Holton
be heard for or agointi'he ty. Commiition meetingroom and be heard at the
wile. Year of lituonce I'". containing the bid. Ann Wood
proposal a..pecl".d Jerome John. Choir.mon. Bradford time and
County place pretcrib- The Board of Haven Swink
NOTICEOF Description of Property County
In the Zoning Bradford
Courthouse .
County Storks, ,
Commissioners Maria Reddish
Cod. ol Bradford Coun Zoning Board. I tpd 9. 13.NOTICf Florida, on Tu..doy.Sept..bat OF BRADFORD
WILLENI the right to Rote McConnell
: VIVIAN PARK SEC: 03. TWP7S. reject any
'y 25. 1979. and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS STRICKLAND CAULIV. R-22. and all bid tubmilted. Ruby HowellPeggy
Jerome Johns, Choir- make a recommendation BY Gilbert S.
Bradford Countylonmg MAILING ADDRESS Nome 'In which 0.....- Gilbert S. Brown Sheller
man to the Board el County Brown Clerk. Itpd 9/13.
Of UNKNOWN ad Raymond Taylor at Clerk of Circuit Court Barbara Vallntkl'
Board Itpd 9 13.
Committlonert and the
APPLICATION YOU ARE NOTIFIED al. Bradford County. Verle R. Best s r ,
FOR AMINOMINTOf Board will consider on that an action for All of told property 93 2tchg 9, 20 Ella Moo Chattaln

THI LAND Monday. October 1. Inn NOTICI OF dissolution' ol marriage being In the County of
NOTICIIRA USE PLAN at the tame laid place at 'In whereof I
INTENTIONTO ha .been filed and you Bradford Stale of Testimony
HUDSON hot 10 00 A.M.'on Ordinance
REGISTER ore required to serve a Florida hero unto subscribe my a0IE FRSf HELCOPRludo
made application to th. An ORDINANCE amending relating to: FICTITIOUS copy of your written Unless such certifkota name and cause the Seal ? Of tMCRTANl7f WAS
Bradford' County ZoningBoard The reionlng of the PUBLIC HEARING MAP CM JUNC iciii
ba By
the Comprehentive NAME detente. If any. to It onpetitioner's or certificate shall beredeemed of tha town to
lot reclattiticotionol following described pro NOTICE affixed HENRY APISB land U. Plan Element allorn.y.who. hereunto this the
according ( hRK,
th. property describ and Mop by BrodlordReg petty and amending the Pursuant to Section .. name and address law the property described FEDERAL REVENUE 2Sth day of September MAP THtre rt>rfkifBWMUM.

Comprehensive Land B65.09, Florida Statute, I* J.J. WOLIERT.JII. In such certificate or FUNDS 1979. ua1'w ir fO A HfVMT f f. f ffjXeAflVCMIMOOK
U.. Plan to that
provide notice I I. hereby given .. P.O. BOX IOB6. certificate will be told
land currently toned OR that the undersigned STARKE FLA. 32091 on to the highest bidder at Th. City Commission, N. Warren
and designated' by the of City of Slorka will holdo
Robert before October 17 Mayor-Commissioner.
lamm. Rt 2, ion or the court house door In
; < plan a* Agricultural, be 603-A, Melrote. Fla. 1979, and file the the month of October Public Hearing' on proposed ATTEST: Merrill Edward.
VK [ rezoned la BR :31.3, ond with the clerk of ute and In relation City Clerk. .
yd f? 32666. doing business original 1979 which It the 11th
to other budgeted fund,
:!: service this court either before day of October 1979. Tue.. Sept. ... 1979ol City 9/13 2lchg9/2O
Real on petitioner' Dated this 27th day ofAugult Fla. 971 aQOpAl
Hall. Slorke.
301 North Trail Motel Lawtey attorney or Immediately 1919.GILBERT NOTICE OF
thereafter; otherwise S. BROWN. 'INTENTION

Office 782-3931 Home 782-3896 BRADFORD COUNTY will be entered CLERK, BY: Beulah M. MERRILL Clerk EDWARDS TO REGISTER
'for the relief demanded FICTITIOUS /
Moody Clerk of the Circuit
INEZ E. STARLING Aitoelote .....712.3004 In the p.tbion.WITNESS Court of Bradford City of Starke NAME HfLIcD"I!Q4 CAN ,CLIMBovee "
1 ACRE LOTS from $1,950. Hchg '"::1. 2.,000 FEET PR MINUTE'
3BM FR 82 Ac $63,000. 2 my hand and County, Florida. ID ALTiTUI'RS of %SCCOF"

ALL BRAND NEW 3BR 2BA CB 7 oc S4S,OOO. Heavily wooded hi and dry near the sal 1 of this Court on ./6 4tchg 9127 Pursuant to Section '" CAfftlhtd UP TO 7 TD"s!

J BR 2BA CB CH A 4BR FR I Ac $27,000.

i 800 .q It Built, ,in.muum 3BR Stucco 'r Ac S2S.SOO. Keystone Heights. .

system, nil IBR CB I 1.:10:: oc $20000.

cleaning oven FPL Fm Owner-salesman 4737060.
PIT. on 3 Ac SS4 000. 10 Ac Shade $20000

20 Ac Posture $40,000 y P. O. Box) 1354 Keystone HgtB.. 32656 C REAL ESTATE LISTINGS I


JBR 2 BA 1 1600 Sq Ft Salvage Yard.Tool. Equip FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN

CH A FPL Fm Rm Corport ment. Vehicle Home, 301
83 Ac $37 000 North. BRADFORD COUNTY CALL U,


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964-8788. or 964.7896. WADE/ A. BEHR, REG. BROKER REAUYPhone !

11. N. WelnutSt. 44-6444' 24 hr.. 94-7700
2305 N. T.mpl. A".. (U.S. 301 N.) Hlway301 N. Lawtoy '
[B I 393 N. Temple Avenue

a STARKE RESIDENTIAL... Waterfront. Reedy Te Sulldi $6.200. owner 'financed.BOG Bergaln' Portly furnished 3 ", .... -

I -3 BR block carport reduced 'for Quick Sale to $18.SOO. M IBS' Bldg.. let nice tree, 'lake access available 1 Acre lot Near Country Club $3.250 acre BR wood land frame|just off, haute Baylet, 1 A' PHONE 984.7770CICI Ii'JT '

-3 BR garage fireplace $24 500. 3 Acre Stat. Road 230-A $ ."O UA
-3 BR frame only $17SOO. 3300. Only Hiway.Hove A. 105 N. Temple St.rtI.. Florid. 1.1:3:

1 Acre Lot (For Mobil. Home) $2.990 Pt M ipso
-2 BR block large DR. LR 4 lot fireplace $28 000. .
3 Beautiful Plus and IB
acre tract one plus acre In excellent te to Believe .
neighborhood owner financed with low dawn 20 Acres Hlway 100 West $27.990 tee .
trailer, with finished 3-car WIRE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
payment. IDEAL FOR EXECUTIVE HOME! I1' Acres Hlway 301 North $22.500 garage or could be used SEE US TODAY FOR VA FHA 4 CONVENTIONAL
-P"m.2 acr. on U.S. 301 with 180 ft. frontag..Ov.r 200 .
I tq ft centrally heated and aired block building Storage S Acre Hlway 301 North ,$12....90 for born. Can have such a FINANCING
Flih. Swim Bee*. en Beautiful white wind bottom ,lake. ,
Over 9000 of. 4 Front $27.500 I pretty setting: alto extra
$83000 building sq.t concrete parking tpoce complete with furnished cottage and landicopedl Under 20 Acre ((1320 Ft. RR ) room an' one and ol

I 379 ft of land on U.S. 301 with water 4 tewer $67.000 70000. Better Hurry I garage, nice enuf for llvin SPECIALStately

will divide. ASSOCIATES: Some Acreage As Little ,.

-Succettful nation beauty parlor. Th. Looking Glass In Mary Hamilton 964.6235 As $50 Down
home 606 W. Medlton.
Starke Plaza Pretent owner will remain at operator' On. CWO (Ret.) Dom DeSantiogo. 964-337 Easy Living 2'/i acre with story

ly $9,000 which Include. $8000 worth' of equipment and .Robert A. McRa. 964-7279 older home, to near to many roam, central beet, attic fan
specious ground with nice .
) stock town and plenty of pecan
782-3973 .tree balance' $20,900...

KINGSIEV LAKE Brick duplex with 90 ft. on water Selling price only. .. . .. ..$''.000''

$86.SOO Come In and make u* an

offer on 2 loll and old

COUNTRY CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR. 3 bath double FAULKNER houte.Evenlngtt.
with $80.700. Matt everything we touch turn to
garage SSI-BOBS m PI_.. call' SOLD.
REAL TV Roberts Vernle P. Odam, Broken'
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. 1 bath block with 16.32 pool on
7 GRI. Phone' '* -U76 PRIM COMMERCIAL 20 choice acre high 4 dry near
14 I ocret $48,000.
Pearl Andrew 94-7739 Hornet Restaurant Ml N acreage en both .,...* of Hwy .

WALDO 2BR block. CH4A in town $34,000. 230 N.Temple A.... 11ff 21 Real Estate L. G. Doll 9 4-7S9l SOI and railroad. tiding' '' an one parcel Owner financed.

LAWTEY Garage 30 50 ft. with 4 bays and tmall office 3 BR.; I Bath frame $12,100.00xcellent Term 986 N. IMAGINE $13.0001 Neat a* a pin homo at 620 W. Adkln
bldg. 34S ft frontage on US 301 533.400. 964-7828 Temple St. .Move, refrlg. ether furniture city gas. pretty tree .
2BR. Rath only $9.000.00 shrubbery. itorage bldg carport security' chain (linkfence.

6 68 acres with' 351 It. on US 301 10 40 furnished mobile 3 BR. 1 B. frame, nice 2 frame out building, double CB (3.000 dawn 4 owner finance 10000. at 8% .In-

home with, awning and chain link 'fence $20,000 owner 21R.1 Bath only S7.SOO.M Good Term garage CB office with AC on 1.7 aero. terett.IIVI .

financed. h
2 BR, 1 Beth CB. workshop 4 rental! cottage, price |utt Nice double wide on Ralford Rood 1 aero lot 3 BR. 1 B. LUXURIOUSLY, In this impressive executive family

Home 4 Income Comfortable 9 room frame ham.appo. reduced.. rflliil home nettled an an acre In the country near Crosby. lake.

( 2.000 tq ft.) good condition Ige modern kitchen largo .'0.... dwelling on 3 acre with 2 mobile home rental an quiet, Edwards Road This specious all electric Clay
2SR. 1 .Bath. Family room, carpet A/C Souttigete. ,ImKulete. Coop .borne has 3 bedroom
dishwasher, stove ref.. 3 or 4 bedroom, approx. 50 *. excellent buy. 01LT1YfJY1MKCL S family room with
pecan tree, 3 rental mobile home., I extra hookup pr. fireplace, fully equipped, kitchen with eatingarea- .
Green Acret-Brlck! home on large lot with pecan tree. 3 private dining ream, .large foyer leading., Into the living. .
tent letup income $400 mo. Room and loned for more 2 BR, I Bath, clean A ......
MH t. nice, garden tpace, on 6 acre $63,000 owner BR 28, Large out building. ream, double garage, patio with outdoor fireplace .

'financed. 3 Acres with. 1 bedroom. home Hampton ..... ttarage .bldg. paved driveway attractively landscaped
Graham area, I end 2 acre lot on graded road term end ,_ed.......,..toO.MULn.USIPOSSII'Lmll.

LOTS 4 ACREAGE in four count I..I I 11 I 3 .....-. 3% acre land, very nke Control Heat 4 Air available.
Including, : 2 acres 4 up Lawtey area. Meblla" HoMO $17,800.00. "An' opportunity' to live In anatteUlthed
Owner financed S3.000 per acre BO acre, mostly cleared paved road frontage, Union ... prestige area at a price you can afford early

2 ........... I Bettt could .... In porch' for 3rd Bedroom County between Rolford and Lake Butler. availability two .large. nicely' furnished apartment plus

7.11 Acres Equity 4 Assume 9'/' % mtg $17,200. tone exterior with beautiful acre of land workshop 4 1 furnished. cottage. aver an acre' Owner financed.

....... Very nice 2 BR, 2B. Con paved rood, CHI A. Crystal Lake LAKE HAMPTON OAKS 50000.

36.35 acre 1340 ft. on US 301 Good Invettment at home tile. sites
$56.500 20 to 29% down 15 'I'". at BVk % I ecre pasture lend, high 4 dry. close lovely to homebulldlng Starfce. Combinethe MONEY FOR MONIY. Only 1% year old. 3 BR 2 B Contral -
Double wide Of/A, on permanent foundation acre lot. beat .carport paved' driveway* conveniently. located

160 Acre good rolling land paved road frontage at only 10 high 4 dry with few tree*. rear porch added. out building, Whispering Pine*. try living peacefulness with the of convexmantes coun- near thepplng. center yet hat suburban etmotphere

610 Milton TiATTRACTIVE_.
1.000 per aero will iplit. We Hill .have property an Black Creek. Single wide MH on OCr. lot front porch added outbuilding of nearby (hopping .

Beautiful' wooded lot for hornet in restricted era $2.900 |lust off 301-South of SIa..... schools and work. Vt HOMI 4 13 ACRES On .... 32$ CB home S
3 Btdretm. .bails hoMe an Sampson Lake to 2 acre lot*. Priced from
and $3,000 with 29% down.. 9 year on balance at 9V4%. 2750. BR 2 B CH4A. .living. room, dining., room, family room,
B'/t of land off Fortyth Rood no Improvement, screened bi "
MANY MANY OTHERS DONT 81 SORRY YOU Creaky lake, rettricted .... Broker. Owner good acre land.COMMEROAL301. patio, Urge utility,roam. S4S.OOO.

Mini Storage IS welt. with little or no vecendet at all crystal clear Opal lake, .
"WI SELL THE EARTH AND EVERYTHING ON IT III 11" Nm... alto SOS. $0M, office .pace, extra let with plenty north with building. large screened porch and Bay. St. Home with' ....'_eu. garage ept.furnhhed all
rented conveniently .Laced $...III1CI.
Office Hour*! Mon.-Set. 9 am to S of ping. CH/A lot of tree*. Priced right at
pm. ,
2 8R. 1VI B. IR DR, large laundry room oarage, on

Iv.... Sun. by eppolntment. Urge Service Station wtth nice effke tpeee 4 extra :3 acre, almost now and spotless, off SR 16. $35,000. LOSING GROUND TO INFLATION INVEST. IN THESE

!building en 1 acre' .Led Equipment Included pump could BRADFORD COUNTY BARGAINS..
IVININGSt be .......... Sell or Lao... Large 2 story !In town perfect far 2 apartment FLORIDA HOMtti3S '" ,
Ralph P. Bryan Realtor A super nice custom built NON.
Acre 4 homo on Rd. 1* F will divide..
M4-420S Llltlen C. PeertoaA Old Suntca Station. with tamo equipment 31S frontage Beautiful Brick home In town" with BR, 2 V4 B. LR, DR. FR doubt wide home feature $23,400 "homo. chop 38x34 on pretty acre.

......,/$0...._. an 301, oxild have go* allowance to go with the ..... with fireplace, pool. large lot and plenty of storage 3 bedroom. and lots of Energy efficient IUD CH4A Searing St.
Wayne I. Bougie office Manager storage ..... Affordableat
Attracttva ranch .homo 34R 28
pace, many extra Pratt
Broker/ .._..
94S93Devld 944-S31I Nice lot ...*... To-Rona Motel. ISO frentege.let $21.500. Nice .homo,trailer, flab pond ....... Rd. TOOl

Lake BUtler-lorge home with 4 BR, 28. comer lot. $9000. home on W. Adklnt Owner Financed

I. Dyol Judo Moody VIcklPeweHAttedete.) a* tfcaw yen our Meblta Homo Park we nova for..... Get $27.100 Ocala.block on Late. St. pretty ground

Road. Ads Deluxe. MH lucttd I St.
40 off Morgan e* Ipperten
Attecleto44BI22S AocleteT44S4I3 We hove M.H. let 4 .lot. far hornet call v* today Per mNice .

961 4143 ............ ResultsMOVING .4" ..\' /.
:3 BR, 1 M B, Milton Terrace, almott new. vary nice. 2
iVt Acre .less ).
Hampton'Lake Beoullful large home with 3 BR, 38. IR Stare 4 apt*, an 31 .27..11 Owner fin. : ..

Beovttful eetrtna with pecan fig. pear 4 el*. 10 ores, with ,..,Ioca. DR. FR. Patio garage. CH/A. lovely lot. 7000 to-- ft. ca Mdg. an Rd. UW ..... or tell. ""' i

rise 3 BR.1..... .eased I tret* fenced.. .2 barn, matt I Irs GNat property acrat Holiday .Inn 130000. ."' .
RELOCATION -, -. Nice home kt city LIt. DR. FR. 9 I., 1 Yo I, CH/A. patio, SOI neat te TerwBteoer Reedy. $ O.IOO. '-
lot. IS acre en Ml 4 Morgan Rd. $ 9.000 Owner tin.
' SfATICtpIC. comer (it
garage large Mdge. an Call St.leata. or ted "
R wares Hwy =2/. priced at ".701." per ecre.
, Lovely brick home In town with 3 BR, 2B. Den;'DR, FR. IR. OUT OR'MOVING Large hem and rental cortege Madison $221/1! Fh.i ,1
Pawl M.FaulknerRealtorSettM 2 left en Cell S/. Owner financed .. ,
M. BefckenReelterBvenlngt large lot, pool.' Apt. complex. 301 geed ah flew $70.000 Owner tin 't

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AteodoteeiRichard "
BUH.DINO tOTSl ASSOCIATES Robert. Judith Flynn Three ana acre his a* Country' dub Owner Fin. "

free....-.-......*.. .. 142 AMI Godwin PttySHeeJennUogfere1 Beautiful 13* m 2SOT ........ Rd. under StOOO.
Veda M. Setttee-tve.941944Artht William Cenoa: UP? Gafcl, 1700 f .,. .
U Orttflt-lve. 94-7449 Uraan. Cane Lucille Spry SantoTo .lake. lot $1400 "Hi ** '**",. "..."!1

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Phone 782-3300 Mr. and Mn. Gene Howell of Pom'paoo Pvt. Michael D: Crapse,Jr.,of Fort LAVmtN ILBMBNfA*Y 1ICII8OL" :I
Beach visited their brotheMn- and grandson. Josh of TallahaaM" *, 1. bother, Mrs. Lissie Starling who is Jackson, S-C spent a week willa his. LUNCH,114epk**.*'. ,: (j1

CHURCH ACTIVITIES: law Md .!stet-, Mr. and M.... ESarl visited their mother, Mrs. tranrjr"Wsinwright staying wigs her sister Mrs. Julia wife Mrs. M.D. Crapse., Jr., and his MONDAY. See*. Ill Moonr Joe a*am .liuHaaijI .-
Grace Untied Methodist: The church Tr.xeU for a few day*. last week. Nolle of Middleburg. parents. Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, area, catabait stew) Imt nip /,*-- AkmUk. .: I
Mn.. James Waters te imMwIngfewfa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited Mrs. Daisy Thompson is spending Sr. ....... ,
it looking forward to being able to use 'RIDD"", S.$. Nr Ita.._._... _.._."'. antis .
its new building by October. The after her accident In Jl'reeno. their brother-in-law and twin sister sometime with her son and daughter- Miss Elisabeth Terry received a poU-. .*-pas. aeartl cuaM...SalwrDNrsoAY .. 1 1by
growth in the Sunday School department California. Mr. and Mrs. Laurie DuBose ifl I to-law Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson phone call from her sister, Mrs. CJ3. rail* = ,, I
under the direction of the Sun Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wainwrlght. Decatur Ga., over the Labor buy In Gainesville while she is keeping Strickland announcing her arrival : a.p5.a.. Chicken/ w/rio. pMnu>> -. j
holidays.Mr. doctor appointments there. from Jacksonville, Texas where she alp. Sunup (mare' ClINt a11rSa. pyre saNl
day School Superintendent, Jeanne brawl, buiMr, milk.YtUUUUMV. ,
Lee and other successful ministries, Mi.__ ). ( !!(,,__}. _Tl :' R: and Mrs. Hubert Wllkison of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe, of Cape spent two weeks with her granddaughter are*. Mi Spaghetti /,,- nut*, .
has caused the church to really beginto Live Oak spent the weekend with .Coral, spent the weekend with their and husband. Mr. and Mrs. clwee etk-k. Ian salad. apple atop ftMMbread
their mother Mrs. B.L. Wilktson, Sr. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Monk. She attended Mrs. ,milk.
feel the need for the additional .Girl Scoutsby Melvtn.,.. FRIIMY. Href. tit Tuna .Mlad" IMI.clMf.potaia j
space.EARLY. Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan visited Mrs. Glen Shuford and Nancy. Monks .graduation for a nursing chip. peen lima beana, emnamon red. \
CHURCH which ministersto their mother Mrs. Julia Hall In St. Capt. Paul Hirschburg. Miss career. banana milk. ,
Jude Manor Home In Doreen Wilson and Mrs. Jackie Lines,
"children" of alt ages has been a Carolyn ..vt"l'bonetMI..SIUZ Nursing ."
special blessing. It does cause us to be Jacksonville, on Sunday afternoon. and her daughter, Jacqueline spent
EARLY RISERS for the regular Sun- Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wiggins, of the weekend at St. Augustine.
day School classes which begin promptly A big welcome to all new leaders Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs. Glen Shuford and Hampton fii-Lites ******* *** ; 'f \]'
at 9:45 a.m. and Girl Scouts and glad to have you guests of their mother Mrs. B.L. Nancy Mr. and Mrs. Danny Shuford
Mrs. John Staples has been in the back to all former scouts and leaders. Wllkison. Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe were supper by Dolores Meng Stevenson said her class plans to use I .
Bradford County Hospital this past Most troops are meeting and plansare Mrs. Claude Revels and baby of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higglnbotham Phone 468-ltlS this money for the Annual Valentine'sTea .
week and is much improved. being made to meet within the Keystone Heights visited her grandparents on Saturday night. All the in February. I \
HOMECOMING date is fast approaching next two weeks for the remainder of Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan relatives there attended and carried a BookmobileThe Parents then visited the classroomsof \
and Mrs. Mildred Priest the troops. If we seem to be early this on Thursday.Capt. covered dish in celebration of Mr. Bradford County Bookmobileserves their children and discussed school '
needs addresses for friends or year getting started with the Girl Paul Hirschburg of,, lligglnbotham's 83rd birthday. the Community at the Post Office work with the teachers. ,/
relatives to be contacted.The scouts you are right. We are being Sacramento Calif., is spending two Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCombswere Parking Lot every Tuesday from Mrs. Campen and Mrs. Fries 1
church will have a "drop in" pushed to register in September Instead weeks with Miss Billie Doreen Wilson.He supper guests of their brother 12:30: until 2:30: p.m.Golden brought in cakes they had made and :
work day every Saturday during of November. Girl Scouts of the arrived on Thursday.Mrs. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie' served them with coffee and punch j
September in preparation for U.S.A. has established a common Elsie Norman visited with her McCombs. Anniversary during the social hour.

Homecoming and moving Into new membership year which Is good news Family members, hosted relativesand
classes. since we will no longer have to friends to the Golden Anniversary CPU lass I
register new girl in September and e iJ: ?...., ;:. -o to CUD SCOUTS. essfeseeesssessessa celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Lon- Teachers who plan to teach CPR i
Personals: again in November with their troop. .ryou tile Melton held at the City Hall on classes: bother teachers or interested
Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse Sr. The bad news of course is the new by Carolyn West know of a boy who would like to bea Saturday. citizens are Mrs. Mindy McLean. : !
Mrs. M.D. Crapse Jr., and Mr. anoiiMrs registration fee of $3 for everyone. Cub please encourage him to join a Rev and Mrs. Leonard Melton and Miss Claudette Peterson and Airs '
Gary Wheeler attended Sunday This is the first increase since 1971. In June our dens visited McDonaldsand Pack. family returned home Sunday after Kathi Ledbetter. Classes are scheduled
I services at Anniston Baptist Churchin Considering the cost of everythingseems Western Steer restaurants. Our We wish to welcome our new Den spending the weekend visiting their from October 8 thru 12 and will b infield _.
Jacksonville. After services they to be going up guess we can't Pack meeting was held at Starke Leaders Mrs. Denise Wlshart, and relatives here and attending the 50th at the school from 3:00: until 4:00: "
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. sending too much. Please help us by Elementary School for a bag lunch Mrs. Shirley Gauthier and hope they Anniversary party of their parents. p.m. on those days.
Mlnotte. Mr. and Mrs. James consent form and money next and our Physical Fitness runoffs.Winners enjoy being with us as much as we en- This Is a free course except for UM .
Ceballos and family met them there. week. were: Nicky Gauthier, first joy having them.A Happy Birthday cost of books used. Anyone Interested :
Mr. and Mrs. David Gaines and place trophy; and Allen Porter silver very special thanks to the following Terri Lynn Kennan celebrated her in taking this class Is asked to call the .
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes of Starke We are excited about the leadershipfor medal in the 8 year old group. Scott : McDonalds Western Steer 8th birthday on Sept. 9. school before October 3. :
and their mother, Mrs. Earl Teston this year and hope to offer many Hamilton trophy; and Kevin Bradford County Telegraph. Fire andPolice Tammy Rhoden celebrated her 11th
and Nancy and her granddaughter exciting and rewarding days for the Blankenship silver medal in the 9 Stations The Bradford County birthday on Sept. II. :MuhivltiHlruttiirMr.
Pam ,Teston went to Disney World, scouts of Bradford County. New Ser- year old group. Reggie Bass, trophy; Library and the Pastry Shop. It is Edward Dean Baker was 1 year old William McKac is IcathuiK JI
Orlando Sunday morning and spent vice Team with the same Reggie Leverion silver medal; nice to see local businesses taking an on Sept. 12. Music classes al Hampton, llrimkcr ; ''1
I the day and night in Orlando, They includes Laurie Mullins and Carolyn Darian Pegues bronze medal in the Interest In the youth of Starke. and Southside Elementary' Schools
spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Eaves as Neighborhood Co- 10 year old group. The winners Hampton Lake News this year. '\
I G.W.Teston and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chairmen Janet Kimutis and Andrea represented Pack 673 at the North Mr. McRae has a J.jtrt..IIIMullit. :
Wayne Teston and son met them Abrams as Program Level Specialist.The Florida Council run-offs at Camp BROOKERIN New Neighbor from the University of Florida. His : _
there. Team Is always ready to help a Echockotee in Orange Park, In July.A Mr. and Mrs. Bernardo Baez moved background of musical vxixvirm'i includes : i
Mr. and Mrs. James Ceballos and leader a scout or parent. bronze medal of achievement was ..y BRIEFby recently to the Trinks Egg Farm. the organization; of UK- Bradford '!
family of Jacksonville attended services awarded to David Whittle,'our STAR Jeanrtte Prescott They have children. Bernard in the High School and Middle Sthnol .j'
at First Baptist Church Lawteyand Leaders for the Brownie Troops.include Webelos. 4X5-I71S 4th grade, Tracy Lynn a 7th grader Choruses twit years UU.H He. wan u
were dinner guests of their 311 Judy Dukes f683 Montery In July our dens visited the Bradford and Debbie Ann a high school senior. member of the University of Florida. .
parents, Mr. and Mca M.D. Crapse Wasdin and Donna Gruen 1325 County Telegraph to see the BIRTHDAY: They previously lived In New Chamber Sinner UII well 1111 it r
Sr.Mr. Beulah Lennon and Sarah Morris and Centennial Issue run off the press \f Prescott celebrated his 8th Lebanon. Ohio and in Orlando. Gainesville Choral iroup. lit ulso 1
and Mrs. Newt Strickland of '461 Willie Mae Randolph (Lawtey). and they also visited the Fire and birthday Johnny Friday 7, with some Originally they came from Carolina. served as choral director in ilu
Tampa, spent Friday morning with Junior Troop 1614 Cindy Zurfluh and Police stations. The Pack meetingwas of his friends Sept.helping him. Santurce in Puerto Rico. Starke First Hani m! ('hul'l'h.'h':
their sister-in-law Mrs. O.J. Anders. Diane Tierny, 684 Elizabeth G. a family picnic with the North Refreshments of birthday cake ice They like fishing and swimming so McKac a Inn parlu'iiuilcd in u nuinineiMuslcana '
Mr and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and son Walker and Audrey M. Myers and Florida Roundtable at Camp cream and Kool-ald were served. we hope they enjoy their home here! program in Melbourne: lit
Craig of Auburndale spent Sunday 691 Edna Allen (Lawtey). Echockotee a very enjoyable even- Everyone had a wonderful time.Hrhaal sang and acted in the SUnki- Little
night and Monday with their parents Another Kalllmnake Theater programi. St'lIlh I Pacific I
Lunch Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Harley. Cadette Troop 520 Carolyn Eaves ing.In August the boys visited the Mrplrinker ItSiMwoUyi Mrs. Eugene Meng had her first experience Hello/ Dolly\ and Fiddler(in The Hoof, i
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes came and Janet Kimutis. Library where Dan Smith, Librarian Sloppy,jne on bun, buttered corn, cab at using a gun when she killed He is presently guuiiingIhrStark't \ ,
home from the hospital in Jacksonville explained how the Library functions ,' has flaw, fnjil cup milk. a five foot rattlesnake near their Community Chorusiliitli |plaint! u r4
this week. and showed a film; and they also Tvndnvt Hamburger" gravy, manned potaloet.buttered home last week. performance at the I Hniclfonl lliKhSchool. ?
Mrs. Jeanne Lee attended a Post Senior Troop 669 Laurie Mullins. visited the Pastry Shop. Our Pack milk. green peat, peach cobblar, hot roll. We me puppy In hove linn al !:

Masters Meeting in Jacksonville on meeting was held at Cecil Field wherewe Wednesday: Chicken n/ric. peanut cup, turnip Hampton .;Irnlf'ntarhool our IIt'IIIMllIlId lie plans to present n ::
: Thursday. She also visited her We have a need for an additional all visited planes and saw films .........,..rml.II.. pear half corn bread: milk. Musicale later in the year ;:
brother David Peterson in Baptist Brownie Troop at Southside and need and heard a brief talk about flying by Thursday Spaghetti w/meat II"" '. cheex itl PTA Merlin Among new Kluilenlx' \\i-lcnnied lit ;:
Hospital while in Jacksonville. troops for all levels of scouting In Lt. Jones. We then went to the picnic I.Friday......salad i Tuna apple salad crtap on!lettuce French,potato bread chipa milk,green Don Roberts president, presided at Hampton Elementary Scluml recent I luere1 >'
,, Miss Debbie Cohens and Stuart Hampton Brooker Raiford and Lake area for lunch and everyone enjoyeda lint, bean, banana,cinnamon roll, milk the meeting of the Hampton Elementary : Christina will Janet Uutmer ;
Smith of Seville spent the weekend Butler. If you can help please .let me game of baseball. A fun day for all; PTA held at the school on Thurs 1st graders, from'anal Fulton.()hiu. 1:1:; y
with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman and know following day, parents lamel! I .0'\ day evening Sept. 6. Other PTA officers Billy Meres 1st. Jane !Mores :3th.
family. In September our first fall committee present were Tom Parker. and Irving Metes hth from Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Starling and We do have other troop leaders be. meeting on September 11 will be $}nrke Elementary uite-president; Mrs. Jolene Friese Butler.: Jerry Sheppard t
family of Jacksonville were Sunday ing trained and they will be announced held in room '2 at Starke Elementary treasurer: and Mrs. Inger CaIn pen. Kindergarten, Shawn Shcppurd 2nd F
of their Mr. next week. :',+ ; and Is) Ironv .
afternoon guests parents .School at 7:30 p.m. secretary. t i. s Kimbcrly Shep i. I
I ; and Mrs. Fleam Starling. 1 OJ" "C;" Hr, >> 18 all boy..ate aafced....tJ..u S CMol .News .. .. Sc K"'I- incipal.'Cunm lark. In- Huntingtiiii./ .West Virginia; trac>'
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t -.7........ .. ... ... -.. I f'"." orln ._.... vu.a nlttrwear'thefr,, ., .school. for.. a1 ,Ary ...,, 't ) .,. ?... ""YrVWut'l-a i WACherSTind! alde present. Riley 2nd from Orange/ Park.; Chris :tnCus. /
Uniform Day. That evening at 7:30: We are proud at Starke Elementaryto He Invited parents and guardians to .\ ., :3rd. and IawnnrU14" Sth ..-
DWIGHT sLA TER'SFAo' p.m. our district Representative K.CLang have Mr. Charles Francis as! our visit the school meet with the from B rook\'lew In Jacksonville: :
will meet with all 'parents Interested principal. New teachers to Starke teachers of their children and explore Regina Cannavo 7th from Susie .:
in having their boys In Cubs Elementary this year are: Bobble the programs offered at the Tolbert in Jacksonville/ ; Tt'rrl'nll) .:: I
In the school cafeteria at Starke Chaff. Dell Adams Becky Dobbins, school. Kennan- 3rd. Tracy YounKhlixid :4th : I
Roberts for the Annual and Youngblmid "III( Slurke .:
Clt U.S. 301 3. Elementary.Our Eddie Joyce Sexton. Jean Shroegcr.Benjie Mr. gave plans Wayne
., first fall Pack meeting will be Moxley tPhysical Education). Halloween Carnival scheduledfor Chrillianrantz: Innocent 5th and :
7 A.M. 12 P.M. & Walnut St held in the cafeteria lit 7:30 p.m. on Lavon Drivas (Music), and Denise October 27 on the school grounds; Marie Innocent originally from Haiti.
Sept. 25 for a covered dish supper Adams (Speech). He invited all to offer assistance In Khn Wo nds-2nd and Scott WI"KlIIIt, :
RC NEVI and a very important film and talk on Our year has gotten off lo a good donations of time or material goods to from Normandy Village In Jacksonville ::
or drugs by our Deputy Sheriff, Don start with the help of the faculty and make this carnival a success. Car, : Bernardo Baez 4th and Tracy ;:
MOTOR $ 59 Denton. All persons are invited to br students putting forth much effort. nival Chairman. Mrs. Friese. can be Bacz 7th from Orlando; Chris Pnt-. :.
t OR!.EPSI ing a covered dish and come to hear There were many changes" made reached at 468-1848. Mr. Roberts can chard 3rd Jessica Fisher ;:
3 Ots. 16 $t*? Tax about our serious local problem. prior lo the opening of school. Third. be called at 4681204. or the school at Kindergarten and Cassandra Fisher-
Dep. Please come and get involved. It is fourth and fifth graders have begun In 468.1212 dare be reached for more information 4th from Starke Elementary: Lyn .
Plus Tax very little work but a lot of fun and change classes for Reading Mixon 3rd and Lone Mixon 7lh t
ALL BRANDS BEER satisfaction and a rewarding experience Language Arts Math and Science! Mrs. Claudette Peterson J gave information from Pleasanton, Texas. ,
Borden's It has been proven that a Our school is asking for PARENT tin the Adult Education I
$4189 $ 00 Case scouting background has given boys a volunteers to work in classrooms with Classes she teaches at the school on : !
MIIK t big start in the right direction. the teachers or in the library with Monday and Thursday evenings,from II.IMPTOFLEIENT.IItI': :: : i i. :
Gal. I Over Cost September is recruiting month,so if Mrs. Sue Shubert. Letters were sent 7:00 until 10:00: p.m. These classes are S('IIOOI.I.I'M
home and should be returned as soon to assist any community member interested : 'IIMKNr: j .
as possible. If you have any further In improving skills In. Sept 17.21 : .
questions please contact Mrs. Mary reading, writing or math subjects. Mi,Mltt.rH. | Sir t."... .iiaroVn Nilail. Ituitimlf .::
coordinator for They are being conducted free of )rti. |Mat h half milk.
Ann Kyle, program
Tl r:Mil. 11. wp|:. Mi l'. olll.a.hla"II'1., liukiithvuii I
Starke Elementary. Any help you can charge *.laMiuiii1.1..... (run )'110.. milk I
givewould be appreciated. Mrs. Carolyn Slater who is in HrliMMIill.iM'IM.: in. Hvrdinml. nrvrn br..,..,. "
charge of the school clinic received .1'1,1 nthWrr.himuil.imlk, '
Till HHIlkt. $.rp/. 2ss lUmburtuT" Ion bun ,IKttuti
xT%RKF: MrMrVMIIt; 'lot "'10'1. offers from Mrs. Wanda Tldwell. Mrs. .
rlunwhwkly Frewhrwa '"":"""
onInventor' 1.1 M II MKMIMIII: U hril.JI.| .!m7s' Diane Davis and Mrs. JoAnn Horne to milkrMIIM. (
e V"M>\\. 17: SI"I'I'Y| | >w nil IMITI InilliTirtturn assist In keeping the clinic neat and *'. *...|... in' Irrn'H i'hit'km. unvn |Ia..... 1
talitallP *lu... (roil sup 1 lumuiiu clean. nu4'rl: (..luinr*. u|>plfMiu. >.e. roll, milk i
'''..''II..lIlIlk ', The count t of present
mutmdpitiiUMii parents
TlrMlO: Mcpl Hi Iliinihuriii'r tlnn>
} huiU'M-d ( "..., IM-IIH, IK-HI hiiihlili'r Imln representing individual classes showed '
.ll>. iHilUT. lIul"t.'tIIIo'loI.. five or more present from NOW
\\ lunnp iin-itm| .mrn Hi: hiiki-n.liik* |rite.'..ri.(fiit'Ul nwiitinMit Kindergarten through; seventh .I the OMice shop
tup hulicr milk' J grades. All of them were awarded ItQW.CallSt.Complete .
llll HM>\\. 'P' ;III: "I.'III lu1ll w Mliul .illU'IIHW $3.00 for clan use. Selection
uluku, hob iwlu
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. Scout Neighborhood Night Set Citizens 't3 ztact Gainesville Small Business Tax WorkshopsThe I


Neighborhood night for Cub master. The First United'Methodist Internal' Revenue Service has MHttos and benefits should attend. the
Scouting will take place on Tuesday, Church of Starke sponsors Pack 73 led Insurance Office For Aid announced a new schedule for Small next Small Business Tax Workshop In
Sept. 18, at 7:30: p.m. at two locationsIn by John Schmidt, 964-8774. Air Park Business Tax Workshops effective in their...
Bradford County. Baptist Church sponsors Pack 673 led September. The program will be offered
Meetings will be at Starke Elemen- by Mike West, B04-8496. The majorityof Bill Gunter, State Insurance Com located at 901 N.W. 8th Avenue,SuIte at 18 IRS offices throughout For further information
tary for Pack 873 and also at Lawtey cubs of Pack 73 attend Southslde missioner, announced today tIMe 3BS C-3 Gainesville, Florida 32601, and Florida, workshops scheduled in this concerning.cau
Elementary where a new pack is Elementary and most cubs in Pack people contacted the Gaineavflo Ser provides services for Alachua, Bradford According to Charles O. OeWitt, toll free 00442-8300.. area,
planned. All boys in grades 3.8 or 673 attend Starke Elementary, vice Office during August. Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Marion, IRS district director for Florida, the
ages 8 10 are Invited to attend. although this Is not required to participate The Service Office handled Inquiries Putnam and Union Counties. workshops are designed to providethe
Parents and boys must be present In in either program from policyholders .w'th' state a business taxpayers with an
order to become members of Cub values that totalled$83,832.00. Additionally, a representative of understanding of federal taxes. Both
Scouting. "Let your son become a member of Citizens with questions and-Inquiries Commissioner Gunter's office vlaita tax benefits and obligations con
Presently in Starke there are three this organization that teaches love of about Insurance can receive Putnam County each first and third1'ueaday nected with a small business will be
active Cub Packs for boys to Join.The God,love of Country,and love of your assistance by contacting the Service of the month and Marion highlighted during the sessions. i l ".
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day fellow man. Come out and Join us for Office in Gainesville The .!flee is County each Thursday of the month. DeWltt added that employer tax
Saints sponsors Pack 518 with Leslie fun, learning, and excitement," says responsibilities receive special emphasis. /&;
Folsom, phone 4732164. as cub John Schmidt, cubmaster of Pack 73. ..
More than 10,000 Florida businesspersons
have already attended the Ths U.S. and Italy
workshops People who are new in duce half the, world
business or Just want to learn more of peaches.

,What flew ...JnJJtafa & &auite about their own business tax reoonsl-

The Bradford County Telegraph Introduces a new feature column by i
Debra Jordan Norman.Debra will be writing articles concerning fashion
hair care, skin care, health and beauty and exercise.
Debra has lived In this area all her life. She Is a Mary Kay Beauty Con tOt e ir'1' 1
sultana a former Bradford County Strawberry Queen, Newberry
Watermelon Queen the reigning Lawtey Strawberry Sweetheart Fla.
Watermelon Queen lit runner up In 1979.and has various other runner up ,
titles.Debra Is the coordinator for the Dream Girl Pageant,which will be -:0-: .. .. ----- M1
held annual In December.
If you have any questions and would like help or advice, please feel free Gospel Sing Set Friday at Bnyless Baptist ChurchThe J
to write Mrs. Norman. Questions and answers will be published at ran-
dom. All names will be withheld. Write to: Bradford County Telegraph. : s/9
above, from Jacksonville will tamer.row
Bellamy Family Singers perform
Alt: Debra Norman, P.O. Drawer A. Starke, Fla. 32091.
night (Friday. Sept. 14) at 7:30: p.m. at a gospel sing at the Bayless
Highway Baptist Church. : .o
Do you know what type of skin you Mature Skin "The Church family Invites all to come and hear this fine Christian family,"
have? Don't feel bad if you don't Skin that is very dry, and feels taut. says Rev.Pave Mederlos pastor of the church. Refreshments will be served. : :
because most people don't know their Lacks firmness and elasticity and hasa
skin type. To get to know your skin tendency to be sallow. Wrinkles can
type, take out your magnifying mir usually be found around the eyes and a.4s .
ror and really look closely at your mouth. Farnsworth Tells of Merger
face. Touch your skin. Get to know i eH
how your face feels as well as how it Regardless of what type of skin you
looks. Your skin will fall into one of have, you need to follow a skin care With Gainesville FirmStarke
the following types. Choose the one routine. Always be consistent with it.
that fits you: I would like to share with you my CPA Pat Farnsworth an- fields, it is highly specialized," says LooocIJAr r
daily skin care routine-it Is very sim nounces that effective Sept. 1 he has Farnsworth. He says the expansion
Normal Skin ple and takes very little time: merged with the CPA firm of Davis, will give clients the best of both
Skin with good moisture balance, Monk It Co. of Gainesville and worlds, the personal service to which HOMES
it's neither too oily nor too dry. Step 1- Use a cleansing cream-one Chiefland. local clients are accustomed and the
Usually firm, smooth and unblemished that will cleanse the skin throughly, added expertise necessary to today'sincreasingly _U.S. 301 S. 064-6853 Starke, Fla.
Farnsworth is senior in
penetrating and loosening surface soil a partner complicated business
and soften the skin as well. the newly merged firms. He will world.
Combination Skin maintain his office at421 W. Madison
It's like you have two faces combined Step 2 A skin freshner is used to Street, Starke. as it is now. Accoun- -----.--
There are both dry and oily areas refine the pores and tighten contours. tant Neil Tucker, from whom Farn
found. The dry areas will be aroundthe sworth purchased the Starke firm
eyes,cheeks and throat, while the Step 3-Twice a week a mask should several years agoand accountant Eddie ...
T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) will be used. The mask aids in the Douglas, who recently Joined .,. ,,;, ..:,t. ,,.',
most likely be oily with coarse texture removal of impurities and dead skin. Farnsworth,will continue to work out ",, '" .. ). ,J.' :.';, '.
enlarged pores and breakout of the Starke office. The firm also has I. \ "tt ; :(t, ; ': I II.
prone. Step 4 Night cream is needed to offices at 5310 NW 8th Ave In ''.I" 4'ff 1'0 I't;. I
lubricate, smooth, condition and Gainesville and at 129 NE 1st Street in '" ." .1
Dry Skin moisturize the skin. Chiefland. '. 'A. ... .:j "r 1 1 i
Skin that is fine in texture and feels Farnsworth says the merger was '
tight that will also chap and flake Step Foundation is needed to pro-- affected to offer better services to
easily. If dry skin is exposed to the tect your face from sun,wind and air clients. The merged firm has com
0 sun too often,it will tend to look rough pollutants. puter services available.
and leathery. Dry skin is very prone "Accounting is like a lot of other
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appear early around the eyes and TllOlli'8 lobbed rb
A man in a ski mask robbed Thoni's the money. Cobb complied and was
Oily Skin Service Station on North U.S. 301 ear then told to follow the bandit into the : 1 li1I,
Skin that is coarse in texture and Iy Sunday morning, taking $276 from woods. Cobb was told to run,which he
. shiny. Oily skin sometimes accom- the register. did-back to the station to call Edward
panied by an oily scalp. The oiliest Ronald S. Cobb, attendant said a Massey, manager. The robber ran ., MO n.ak p:
areas are around the T-zone and thereIs man armed with a pistol came into northward. into the woods behind the i
a high blemish and break out poten the station at approximately 1:25: station.
I tial. Seems less likely to wrinkle. a.m. Sunday and told him to give him The suspect is still at large.
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Indiana (0-1) head back "One of the keys for us to to slowdown ,9i graji'i_ TIMES Look Tough
into District 4-AA, combat Friday- their offense.Second,we've got ,; : :. ..
night at 8 p.m.,again looking for their to move! the ball,we need to play ball !
COUNTY UNION you went only by the scouting games with the tackles and
first 19 win against experienced control. SUPPLEMENT BRADFORD TELEGRAPH linebackers. '
Gainesville P.K. Yonge. (1-0) at COUNTY TIMES AND LAKE REGION MONITOR report on Gainesville Eastalde-taped '.I
Field. September 13.1m to the fleldhouse walls at Bradford "It'lgo1ng to put a lot of pressure' .'j
> High School-you'd think the Rams on our line. If they take a wrong step .
Asked what the Indians will be are contenders for the Super Bowl. somebody's by 'em."
While Keystone Height High fell to Football Game Stories :
working on this week In, practice
Hawthorne 21-18 in their opener last Valentino said "The main thing we Td: :: Each week Bradford High School'sfootball "We need vastly Improved offensive
week, PItY thumped an e'Butler- want to improve Is our overall intensity. coaches tape pages of information line play this week," Hurse .\1
Green- tine "World Series"
Union County 27-0 in Impressive Emotionally we had some to on the Tornadoes next opponent agree home4leldopener Saturday night. points and some down point last up to the wall of the field house.The The horses of the Ram defensive Include
Tickets at the gate for the game will reek. We need to get away from those 1 facts, gathered by assistant coaches Ross (*63), a 5-10, US pound ;
be $2.50 for adulta and 91.50 for iowa points" scouting games the week before, Include tackle-offensive tackle, who Is 1
students. 5 the favorite Jlays. formations described as a "stud" on the scout \
and tendencies of the opposition-ana sheet. He was the Gainesville Sun's
P.K. Yonge rolled up 290 yards 01 descriptions of the players at each Player of the Week after stinging the "
offense against Union County's 81 in position Tornadoes last year. Other standouts 1 i
their rain-soaked opening game win. :x This week Gainesville Eastside is are linebacker Larry Harris (no 24, If they can get by Keystone Frldar the Tornado opponent at Citizen's 19S,monster man Randy Buxton J"
night they could challenge favorites Field In Gainesville Friday night at 8 (no. 44, 5-9, leo, both described as '
Chiefland and Newberry for the J p.m. Bradford's scouts saw Eastside vicious hitters, and noseguard Dezell I
district crown. # scalp Williston 504) last week, and Bessent(no. 68, e-0.205).
understandably they don't have much Offensively the. Rams feature a
"They were impressive. said bad to say about the Rams. wide open attack that can sometimes ,
KHHS Coach Pete Valentino Monday Statements like: feature a ground game led by Harris, '
He watched the first half Saturday as a major college running back prospect 1 .
the Waves built Up!a 214: intermission 9" I t' Lr "Will knock your head off" and other times showcase a. ;r. ,
advantage. "We re gonna have to .; "Strong, aggressive, and quick""Will passing attack headed by QB Doug
come up with a good effort to beat v run over you"and Wlmberly.
them... but .We're very "Will not stop when they "They've thrown the ball 40 limes '
capable of beating I don't think wl get ahead" in one game and come back the next
they'll blow us out, but I don't expect week and hardly thrown it at all'' k
to blow them out either. It'll be l show up all over the scout's pages this noted Secondary Coach Mike Hartley. .

tough" week Last week the Rams threw 20 times,
4 "We know Eastside has a fine football completing eight for 111 yards while
Some say the Blue Waves,who top- team," admitted Tornado Coach running for 304 markers. "We know
ped the Indians 14-0 last year, have David Hurse Monday He's read the they have a lot more skilled players
their best team in years with 10 scouting reports and seen Ram jam. on offense than Macclenny: did. Harris
starters back from a 8.8'78 team and ,. boree action. "They're a team that (who romped for four TD'and 147
transfers Ricky Dale (GHS) and '. ,5 3 tries to intimidate and then stay yards versus Williston) and Caul
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David Mitchell (Buchholz: )starting in right on top of you/ (Ken Caul-no 30,5-11,170) are both
the backfield.Dale(no.24),who also : Last season the Rams knocked BUS breakaway type runners. If they
plays linebacker, had a touchdownrun : d- from the unbeaten ranks and spoiled break the line of scrimmage
of 24 yards and a 37 yard punt S homecoming with a 23-3 fifthgamewin somebody in the secondary ha to get
return against Union County while at Bradford Field.The key to that 'em right now or It's six points.
Mitchell hit five of six passes for 60 win was a blitzing, stunting defense "Number 82 (wideout Michael
yards and ran for 43 yards. Mitchell that held Bradford to a net total of M Brown) is the guy they like to pass to.
broke his thumb in last week's PKY yards rushing and 102 yards total of They'll isolate him on the weak side:
win and isn't expected to see action fense. It was 3-0 BHS at halftime but with a slot formation to the other side
against the Indians but last year's c4 In a 23 point Ram fourth quarter so he'll be guarded most of the time
PKY QB, David Bernstein, .is on the Eastside's defense scored one TD on by Kenny Etheridge,. our weakxide
: roster. 38 yard run with a fumble by Tommy cornerback."
The pres s box offend a long range view* but the only' /dry' dropped their ms open r to P.K. Yonge Z7In the rain Ross, trapped BHS QB Jeffery Norman The scout sheet says Wimberly(no.
While the Waves will be without seat In' the house as Union County,in light uniforms at len Saturday. for a safety,and generally made 13,6-0,190)) will drop back or throw on
their signal caller Keystone will have things miserable for the Tornadoes. the run, and will mix short, medium,
to go without the services of its top The Rams figure to play the same and long range passes.
I running back. Junior Billy Coursey is sort of aggressive defense Friday "Their offense Is going to present a
out indefinitely with a blood infection. UCHS Tigers Look for 1st Win ni ht. challenge to us, they're aggressive"said
Valentino said Junior Walt Boney will 'They'll do a lot of things on Tornado'Defensive CoordinatorMike
probably go both ways Friday night, defense," noted BUS offensive line Sexton. Asked if BUS would do
starting at running back and nose Coach Rick Stevens. The offensiveline anything special to Stop the Rams
guard. bears much of the pressure for Sexton said: "No, we want to stick to
Cross Beafcs Friday's game. "We figure they'll runa our basic defense. If We get good execution t

Seniors Zach Hellstrom(no.12) and Against City ; Friday the split-40 middle(two with linebackers the tackles tucked outside Into of alright doing what we do best we'll be G,

Brownie Browning (no.31): round outa ends ROil Bezent William Graham
them and..def.naive shooting
potent backfield in the Blue Wave ', ..... : : \ ., .1 .'.'.around offensive flank.).They stku 119$).and Ben Keith t&-a,235)). anchor v
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-.?: "-""-.busted one run fora 84 yard score ver- "tor a poor 0 against PK. with'anybody and teams like that >, it the most-and who executesthe
: SUB UCHHS. While Dale Is set at Yonge last week, as they open their usually can give anyone a tough best-will win," the Tiger boss ',',
v fullback Hellstrom and Browning lava home season with an 8 time Thomas said of the Bean,who continued. "If we don't execute, I
play wingbacks.They come to the line against District 4-AA and Suwannee were billed as a rebuilding club In the mean do our job a lot better than we .
o' on opposite sides of the field; Just Conference opponent Cross City Friday preseason but who were still even' did last week, it'll be a dogfight." ..IIJ TI 1 Football
behind and outside of the tackles, but night. with Newberry at 7-7 late in the third r
one goes In motion on virtually every period last week. Newberry, the co- Union scouted the Bears In their
play. The Bears are also looking for their District 4-AA favorites with Chiefland opener and Thomas describes the
first win after falling to Newberry (those two clubs play in Chiefland Dixie County club as a"real physical I Notes

do lot of things off that offense 21-7 last week.Tiger Head Coach Jimmy Friday) scored twice in the second ballclub." Buddy 4 '
: "They a Thomas is again emphasizing the half to pull out the win. at
Valentino noted. "They really "They run out of the veer go
intangibles such as desire as the keysto .. they will throw the ball," Ceilings J AfterO
like to throw the ball and they can you.
throw it. Friday's game. "I honestly believe it'll be one of Thomas said of Cross City The Bear F ,
touchdown against Newberry came ', I J
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Other offensive starters for the I T11TI..IIIT.. .. ..
TERWNLLEGARDaily M,010R8 include Steve
.. Bears should QB
Jenkins, and linemen Alton Land
((160). Frank Jones (160)),and big Eddie matter how Bradford High Head Coach David Hume chuckles at the notion
1 McDowell ((6-1.240)). he may not be able to convince Florida sportswriters that BUS'S Tornadoes
Rental Cars aren't a top 10 football team without losing a few football games.
Economy "They run a 50 defense," Thomas Bradford: was rated ninth In the preseason AAA poll and after the Tornadoes
said. "They've got two real strong opening night 18-0 win over Macclenny they moved up to number five in this
19 7 9 defensive tackles and their week's ratings.
On Sale linebackers are strong." Randy I was the first to tell Hurse of the ranking Tuesday afternoon.Hi*reaction was
Music(8-0,209)),McDowell,and Jones the same as it was when he heard about Bradford's ranking last week. He laughed -
were defensive regulars last year.Thomas' heartily-and said "You got to be kidding... let me tell the kids."
Hurse is as realistic as the rest of us. Inexperienced Bradford has no business
belief (in the Tiger stylewasn't
shaken in last week's loss.He being ranked in the top 10 this year at least not now. An 18 point win over Mac.
2-1979 LTD Fordors said he'll stick with what Union does clenny certainly doesn't qualify one for ranking. Excepting Live Oak-Suwannee,
the Wildcats are the weakest team Bradford will face this season
0 best. Friday night's game against Eastside will be a much better test of just how
"We're not changing good BHS is.
((302 V-8)) now," he said as the Tiger's prepare Union County's Tigers fell from the AA "also received votes" category: after
for this week's game "Execution is their 27-0 opener loss to P.K. Yonge while the Blue Waves picked up some votes
what hurt us last week. You've got to with the win. UCHS fields an even younger squad than Bradford High does and
block people and you've got to tackle didn't belong wear the top 10 either .
1-1979 LTD Tudor people to win. If we do those things Tiger boss Jimmy Thomas likes to field a physical football team and I think
like we're capable we'll be fine." what irked him even more than Friday's loss was the fact that PKY out-hit
Union's squad. "They looked like they wanted it more than we did,"was the way
Thomas put it.
He was impressed with Union County,as I was,watching from the dry confinesof
:. 2-1979 Tudors Pinto'sf WPXEtoAir the Citizen's Field press box. I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see this PKY
; team turn out to that school's best in quite a while, challenging Chiefland and
2-1979 Fairmont' Fordors4Cyl Newberry (who play Friday(in Chiefland by the way) for the District 4-AA title.
((4 Cyl) Automatic / Air / Keystone Head Coach Pete Valentino and the rest of his coaching staff were In-
f Friday; terested observers at Saturday night's Tiger.Blue Wave game KIIS goes against
t AM Radio both teams this season with PKY coming to town Friday night
Starke radio station WPXE will "P.K. looked good but I'm not going to say we can't beat them," Valentinoasserted.
broadcast 11 more high school football "We're capable. We'll Just have to slow down their offense.')
this laU Including Friday It will be Interesting to see how Keystone bounces back from its 21.18 loss to
1-1979 Fiesta ((4 Cyl) night's games Cross City at Union County Hawthorne It was a game that could easily gone the Indians way but they didn't
,announced WPXE News Direr seem like a "down" bunch before practice Monday.
44\\ tor game Andy Dennon. The coaches of the three area schools sat down with me to give comments: on
WPXE carries all Bradford High their '79 opponents last week, Those comments follow (in quotes along with
: -,- :;:: ALL LOW MILEAGE FACTORY School game but Gainesville other information on the teams you'll be rooting against.this year. .. I-, '
1 Eastside denied the local station per. Qoutes by Thomas and Valentino on the teams both Union County and '
mission to air Friday's BHS at Keystone play are contained In the same capsule comment. '
WARRANTY Eastside contest so the UCHS home
:: game will be broadcastThe
Tigers will also be on the air for For Keystone Union Co,: .
their Nov. 9, against
FrIday game
Save Thousands Hawthorne (BHS' open date), PKY-Topped UCHS 27-0 last'week'and visit Keystone Friday night. Check the

Keystone High's home game against Keystone-PKY. preview elsewhere In the sports section. for. info. on the Blue

All Cars & Trucks Discounted To Sell. Newberry Friday Oct. 12.will also be Waves.
broadcast. BHS plays on Thursday ,
night Oct. 11, that week. Hawthorne ,
Air time for all games Is 7:45 p.m
for the pre-game show. Beat Keystone the opener 21.18 Friday night and visits Union High Nov t. .

TERWILLEGAR '\ .. ," If., The Hornet completely turned things around in '78, following *n 0-10 1978 ,
a ; ;-, ,\1 disaster with a 7.3 season last year. They figure to be at least as good in 79.

P .',. ,especially with tailback Willie Lock(Sr.160).who ran for,,1,300, strIpeo In"T... and "
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PII,.IS September IS, 1m

i '79 Tigers Off to Sluggish Start I


The tip Union County's Tiger Evidently playing, as well as we did in Tigers were whistled offsides and the
I bowed in two Impressive Jamboree the Jamboree (against district chance to knot the score was lost.
quarter wasn't evident In their favorites Chiefland and Newbenry) Union High never seriously threatened -
I r season opener as Gainesville P.K. hurt us. the hosts after that

I Yor.ce rolled to a methodical 27-0 don't want to take anything away 'At Umes we looked real good"
II District 4-AA win over the Tigers in from PK though. They didn't do Thomas noted when the two opening
r t the season opener for both teams in anything we didn't expect to see from drives were pointed out "But we got
Gainesville Saturday >night them, but they executed better than ourselves) In trouble with mistakesthe
? N a "
I Tiger Head Coach Jimmy Thomaswas we did.Braves the game. ( penalties) and didn't take advan-
The did control the '
q Ma understandably upset with his la oppurtunities."
team's play in the rain-drenched '78 game from the. second period on. Browning busted up what looked
kickoff game. PKY controlled the They took an early lead when Zach like a tight defensive struggle with his
Tigers especially with their defensein lie strom slid into the endzone on a 64 yard TD run with 4-42: left in the
the second hair after building up a two yard run In the first quarter but half It came on a trap play as the
,, : ; bl ,,J, r k 21-0 halftime spread. UCHS was in the thick of things until a quick Blue Wave wingback went in
S itrM 64 yard, scoring run by Brownie
motion, took the handoff over the left
1 the and After lookingat
1t "During game Browning and a six yard TD pass and
aide slashed through an arm
the film it is obvious we did what
from David Mitchell Knox Millsaps
a ,tackle at the line of scrimmage and
ballclub like
we were a young
put the host Gainesville school up 21.0
ourselves might do," Thomas said at the half. another at the Union 46 on his way to

:,; r+. after practice Monday "We Just PK Yonge came out of the locker the score.
; didn't play well at all. room and was in charge of the contestin Dale's 37 yard punt return down the
"We weren't as agressive as we the second half, scoring Just once East sideline set up the clinching
li 4 should have been, they came after us on a 24 yard run by Ricky Dale, but score Just before halftime. Dale's
and stuck us... and they executed better dominating play with 136 offensive return set up PKY at the Tiger 33. A
than we did" Thomas continued, yards to only six for the Tigers.In 15 yard bootleg keeper by Mitchell
emphasizing his disappointment at the end their run-and-shoot of- and a six yard run by Hellstrom moved -
.. ., ;r being outhit by the Blue Waves. fense had churned for 290 yards and the hosts close before Mitchell

Green Machine poses with the trophies wen as champion linen player-Coach Ronnie Thomas,Johnell Smith,Trrry "Their offensive lines blew us off the 14 first downs while the Tiger veer threw to Millsaps behind the UCHS
of the t'SSSA Eastern World tour 'cy. Stratton. ball and we Just didn't block their totaled only 81 stripes and moved the secondary for the score. Bernstein's
I defensive lines. We looked like we chains only six times. third extra point made it 21-0 with 34
From left to right are bottom rowJim Garllngton. Back Coach-Sponsor Jack Ilazen, David Falcone, were not real, real hungry... like we Union did move the ball early in the seconds In the half.
Tommy liannegan, Coach Townsend Strickland. Eddie Bobby Stevens, Ken Carlton, Eddie Douglas Keith Kelley. didn't want it as bad as they did. contest. After taking the opening
kickoff the Tigers quickly picked up Union's offense had slowed in the
two of their first downs and moved into second period as PKY started to stack
Wave behind the up the runs by Jackson and Eddie
territory runningof
Best In "Series"Green
Will See
Machine senior running back Phillip Varnes-and the Tigers didn't move
Jackson the the pigskin at all in the second half.
FLORIDA a bright spot on night
with 67 18 carries (he had 66 Union didn't put the ball up until
Machine of Starke ventures vivor Taylor of Goldsboro, NC (a pounded Holy Name of Ohio 19-4 with net yards in the on first half). Jackson late in the fourth period as the steady
into the land of the giants of slow pitch hometown favorite) 21-0 and 13-10 for Stratton clouting two homers; edged yards 20 his first three rain made aerial play difficult and
THEATRE Softball this weekend, September the championship. Ken Carlton the Chuppa of Ohio with Falcone hitting outside picked up yards but on starting quarterback David Barber
14-16, when the Hillandale Farms- MVP award winner with a .721 batting two homers and Stevens plating Garl- the ,veer in plays a penalty and put went to the sidelines with bruised ribs
Fri., Sat. & Sun sponsored team plays In the "World average, 11 homers 18 RBI's, ington for the winning score with a QB David Tigers Barber a passing twice in the fourth period.
Series of Softball" at Kinston, North and 24 runs scored, had two homers one-out sacrifice fly; squeezed by behind the line of was dropped by PKY's last score came with Just
Bid Murray In"Meatballs" Carolina. and four runs batted in in the title D&M Construction of Punta Gorda PKY rush. scrimmage a over a minute left after a desperation
The best of ASA and USSSA soft- game while Bobby Stevens who won Fla. 13-12 as Ronnie Thomas singled! quick The Waves took the lead their Tiger fourth down double pass from
ball, rival organizations in the men's the HR trophy with 12, and led in Falcone with the game-decider first after thanked on UCHS Varnes to Bobby Crosby to Kevin A.
slow pitch game are expected to be Machine with 23 runs batted In, also with one out in the bottom of the possession a Griffis fell incomplete. Dale scooted
set them at the Running
on hand for the tournament. Green hit two homers and plated three runs seventh; and handed Taylor its first punt backs Hellstrom up Tiger 47. and through a huge hole on first down for
Machine earned its berth when it won in the finale. loss by clubbing eight homers, two of all but Dale two of the his 25 yard TD run that made it 27-0.
301 DRIVE-IN USSSA's 64-team Eastern World To get to the championship round them by Keith Kelly,who was five for Browning the picked up
with Hellstrom
tourney at the same North Carolina Machine beat the Zips of Trenton New five with five runs batted in. yards bn ground
site Labor Day weekend. Also expected Jersey 5-2. allowing Just five base Falcone had seven homers and 17 scoring on fourth and goal from the ,
two with 4:02 to in the first UNION COUNTY
Fri & Sat. to play in the yearendingevent hits; came from seven runs down to RBI's for the weekend while Smith hit Bernstein's go "!>+OWM 14Wri
are Nelson's of Oklahoma (with beat Parot of Kinston 10-9( ; bounced six homers Stratton totaled 14 runs David kick made it 70.) ..._.Vlrtfl KIltf
from Nelco's ASA Jack's Used Cars of batted and Thomas, The Tigers again pressed the ball' I _...... M
players NC 15-8 the in. Machine
John Ritter In"Alnericathon" many on a .. __.
Into Wave territory after the kickoff. Cm l M Ke
world champs), Campbell's of strength of Carlton's two homers, fiveRBI's coach, came off the bench when 4.U FimH.A... 1.11
California (the ASA runnerupe), and from Terry Stratton and four Austin left to coach his high school Jackson took one veer sweep for 15 I-O ._.....LMt 11r41
Howard's and Carroll's, Pomdexter ribbies by David Falcone (an acquisition football team and had nine hits in 12 yards, a fourth and one gamble paid rMMlM-.. ,.."
Lumber and Howard's Furniture of from Ray's Metal Works of at bats for a .750 off when Barber's cadence drew PKY ..
average. ... .. kick.
PLUS and e ll>tr 1 '4 run ( mttelit )
NC.Machine Gainesville); then lost to Doubleday Heading Into this weekend's offsides two penalties went .........,... 44 y std f.n. (t.ri..t 4n hlch, )
won 10 of 11 games at the NC, 17-13 despite Stevens two-HR, tourney Carlton leads the club in all against the Waves as UCHS moved to "_11- ,...... _I...._.....
Eastern World tourney winning their five-RBI game; stomped Candymanof offensive categories except at bats the PKY 24 yard line as the first (S.ha'
period came to an end. But, twice the Ir.r1 nM (kkfc ))
first three before falling into the NC 15-3 behind Stevens 4-4, three with his .705 batting average, 168 ?
loser's bracket and having to win HR, five RBI game and Tommy homers 351 RBI's 316 base hits and
seven straight for the title. Austin's two roundtrippers; edged 268 runs scored.
They topped winner's bracket sur Smith Electric of Akron Ohio 6-5.; Stevens is second in homers with 95
and third in RBI's with 187 while Gene Ellenson to Speak:
Stratton has 230 runs batted In to rank I
. behind Carlton and is third in homers
with 82.Johnell Smith is fourth in both
To Gator Club
categories with 75 HR'i and 180 RBI's QB TuesdayThe
and Dennis Crawford is fifth on both
8'1 counts with 73 homers and 152 RBI's.Crawford's .
Starke Gator Quarterback Club night. Club members and their guestsare
.644 batting average is second invited.In .
I will have Gene Ellenson, the top man
THOMAS METALS INC. best the club.
................................ on in the Gator Booster organization and their last meeting, Tuesday,
(coach: ,,as'guest speaker Sept 4, the Gator QB, Club hosted
Sun. Mon. Metal Culvert.Pipes For DrivewaysArid.,Drainage J nit e ,, tttltti'.t. e(lo'imelj'JJ1j' Sept 18, meeting at .'Gainesville Hi lnton. Sun Sports Editor ,Jack
I 4heGardti< !WI'R\rlan.\
I nounced Club President GusKopelousos The sometimescontroversialHairston

, Dr.Jekyll'sDungeon Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows < Ellenson;; .is Executive Secretary of talked with"just us,"sat said right Kopelousos.down and"It

Gator Boosters Inc. now. He was a was phenomenal. This thing (the
of Death Direct coach and administrator in the Gator booster club) is getting better and
Buy Frpm
\\ And Save better."
football program for 13 years servinga
PLUS {- stint as defensive coach under Ray Kopelousos said about 25 club
' 1 Graves. members listened to Hairston's off
Free In 1907 a special commie-
Delivery Kopelousos also said film highlightsof the cuff comments on the recentSkywriter's
lion decided that baseball
Tour of the SEC football
Driller KillerRated the Gators opening game at
had been invtntsd by Houston will also be shown Tuesday camps, and inside (unprinted). infor
I ;, R Lake Butler Fla. 496-2013 Abner Doubleday in 1839. mation on UF Gator football.

Included Hairston's
.. ---- ments in the among two-and-a-half hour com talk:

"Houston (the opener Sept. 15 in the
L Astrodome) is the toughest team
Florida will play this season,"
COMPARE & SAVE HIT/HE "Alabama is ahead oft the rest in the
SEC with Georgia right behind
JACK POT.. ....... because of their two quarterbacks,
Jeff Pyburn and Buck B lue. Florida
and Auburn head the pack behind
1979 LTD II4 Dr. Alabama and Georgia"

By Using Our Want Ads..... "No other school in the SEC has a

Model C3599 Loaded For Comfort With pair of linebackers like Scot Brantleyand
; David Little but if one of them

Uya\ The Economy Of A Small 302 V-8 SELL IT FAST.... gets water.hurt" the Gators are in hot

.=. List Price *7697 "Florida ought to beat Georgia
'For '2M You Get Distribution \ Tech Mississippi, Tulsa. Kentucky,
$6411 \ and Miami so if they can just split
Our Price Of 9,000 Papers In The with Alabama LSU Georgia. FSU.
and Houston they'll have a good
"Because Charlie McClendon Is on
UNION COUNTY TIMES his way out at LSU so if the Tigers
/i _- start the season well they'll have a
,I : And The LAKE REGION good year. If they get a bad startthey'l ,
I MONITOR. have a bad year

I 6 '; ,

/ [.f'1 \ BHS JV OpensAt

1 ) r h.t ,. Do Ton Have Any Of These I tarns Home TuesdayBradford

I .." ,
That You Don't 'Hood.......... High School's JV Tornadoes -
open their 1979 season at home
against Gainesville Eastside Tuesday
night Sept 18, at 7:30: P.m.
Tractors Household! AppliancesTrucks First year Head Coach Ben Moxley
who returned to Bradford High after a
j Boats; Motors .- Fishing Tackle coaching stint at Lake Weir has a

,,, Horses .'. deep roster of some 70 players.

4 Motor Cycles ', .a, The Baby Tornadoes were

J 1. ', ," Hay. ;v r "., ...".."..p.,.,.If. '', ... I Cars, ;,. .:'. ..,. "YK., opener strengthened,with the on addition the eve of of quarter.their.
1 '. : '" Seeds> .,. "::,.. A.. ,. vv4l) ".* .., '1"1.1.,..,.... back Scott Allen and running back
i i $ ,. Chalnsaws' ," 'J. Randy Parado to the team. Allen let .
l' ), : tered with the varsity as a ninth:
; Plows t( al t .''1 Campers ,.. grader while Parado started for the
1979 LTD II2 DR \: i Discs ',.' JV last year. Both played in the spr
t '
j, ,Tires Wheels \::, ,, ing but didn't go out for football at the;
,, \
of Fall
.M : beginning drills.
J .11 c Tu-Tone Paint / Bucket Seats With Console Fence Posta." '. ? k' CB'. -Radios.!.1 : ,' 'J'( Other players who Moxley and.

j n L'I1_ AM/FM Track Loaded 302 V-8 Farm Land ,p. i. .} 'Tap Decks-' r"MobileHomes I y Malachi assistant Henry coaches said Carlton are frontrunners Faulk and;.

.., for starting slots are : tailback.
Hit. .
List Price 7670 Homes P4't 'W.-lft'/
i /t .. cornerback Kenny Davis offensive

.M.RIE't tI| THE'WANT ADS....,' t tackle-linebacker guard Randy Luke Tony fullback Bell offensive Em-

i $6402 .* t l melt Watkins. center.tShane Thorn-,
*': :' ( ;eVn ,' -5 'r, ._
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; JUDY SYLVIA Hildrctn flanker-cornerback Scott'
::1 LINDA,, Hudson, safety Grant Williams,
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UNION '. 'n tackle Dale Buchanan linebacker
LAKE Wayne Parrish, tackle Chris McSpad.

I 2Pfr W Madison Ss Starke ffo COUNTY, .. COUNTY """'"REGION den.nose guard Kenny Wright defensive
96a-T7O TELEGRAPHFIND end Barry Reddish cornerback

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September' II. It7. PageIB I

Tornadoes 30-Q- ,ci. 'Cat .
I, > "1 M .< n,, ..rr .,.im, "m t,,, .q n .I.r '' i..11' ,lit. 4 Hawthorne Tops KHHS "

"Team Effort" Cited .'

e On 4th Quarter ScoreHawthorne

As BDS Masters BakerBradford
played tough host to ending with over 139 yards on four
i Keystone Heights' vanity gridders receptions to win the Offensive
High's coaches spread out Johnny Bell and fullback Jordan last Friday Night when the Hornets Mayer of the Week Award. Mfflrry
the praise for what they termed "a Ae1Bennett have his big night according scored about midway through the Cravey's extra point kick was blocked .
team effort" in the aftermath of the to Hurse. final quarter to edge by the Indians ,.,

Tornadoes opening-game zappingof "Bell had his beat and 21-18 opening the season for both Hawthorne got the ban on til KHS 1
young Macclenny- 4ker County Jordan game ever teams. 45 yard line after the KHS kick. After
last week. did an" outstanding Job of The Hornets used Keystone several plays the Hornets fumbled
Tho win. BUS' 30th against one tie blocking too hustled the Tornado coach mistakes to jump out to a 13-0 advantage trying to run the ball up the middle. '
said. "Mike aU
the and
In the lopsided series was sparked way early. This gave the Indians possession of
made a couple of catches for .
both by a stingy defense that allowedthe big us.lie' the ball at the 49 yard line.
Hawthorne back KlndellGllllland
a very important man in our offense. -
outgunned Wildcats only 47 yardson ; ]( broke lose the middle for After one series of downs Keystone
the ground (141 total), and a John ;' I...,," 18 yards to put the first points on the was forced to punt. Hornet star running -
Bennett-led ground game that netted ffY board. The score came after back Willie Lock, who led a
199 rushing yards. UA5sa / Hornet ground game that netted 203
-- I. Keystone had fumbled the ball away
BHS Jumped on the visitors for a 11.11 5.W.Y.d. 4Mffrltl 1 after moving to the Hornet 37 yard yards rushing, returned the punt
touchdown with only 29 seconds goneIn N y.rM Lie M line Quarterback Tyron Anderson down the sideline all the way down for
the game and then controlled the C.. -ii.lniM 1151 made the extra point and the HHS a touchdown but a penalty infraction gi
contest thoughout never allowing .. /.. .A.. ...... moved the Hornets all the way back
was In front 7-0 with 5:55 left in the
Baker ,Co. inside the Tornado 32 and MXOCCHNMY Ls 51 first down to their own 24 yardline.
only twice letting the visitors tote the 740 h..Mo VN Ma quarter. Keystone got the ball right back
KHS picked another first down
ball Into Tornado up after of downs the
territory. series
: one run by
... after the kickoff but Burner lost the
Some tans
8,000 watched the contest Hornets as noseguard Walt Boney,
TAWS ball on a at the Keystone 49
ll* *- ( keeper
spilling over, onto the sidelines j........ II pre nm(Ali......) yard line. BUS took over the ball on the Defensive Player of the Week,
stadium the endzones after filling the. 5..e.apd.-c-5+... the 45 yard line and on the opening dropped Hawthorne's MacDonald fora
seats.Macclenny's. I juri M(c-MM) play of the series Anderson hit Barry two yard loss
Joe West fumbled the line ,j
With a first down at the 49yard:
opening kickoff over to Tornado Edward "Some of our offensive line play Hutchinson for a 40 yard pass. quarterback Hurner was caught In

Hamilton at the visitor's 21 yard was spotty but overall I was pleased The Hornets now had a first down at the backfield for a 10 yard loss. On

line and BHS quarterback Bill with the offense. For his first game 1 .' ., ... their own five yard line, but a per- the next play Burner connected with
5 made the Cats pay for their Goodge was quite consistent. With the sonal foul call against the Indians put Jennings on a screen pass for the second
mistake immediately. Goodge who, schedule we play in the next four or Keystone wingback Kenny Jennings left Hawthorne defenders In his wake the ball at the two and a half yard KHS touchdown. Jennings
along with backfield mates Bennett five weeks we're going to have to last Friday night, scooting for 134 yards and a pair of TD's on pass catches. mark. A quick run over left guard by rambled 41 yards for the score with \.
and Mike Jordan, was making his throw the ball better but I think well Eddie MacDonald put six more pointson 8:07: left in the half. Burner tried to
first vanity start, whirled around the Improve there. Really, as inex- slyness NWTNOSss the board for Hawthorne. throw to Dale Furlong for the two
...--- ... _. .- 7 5x.5.., I' The extra point attempt by Anderson point conversion but the pass was in- I ''
IM ,_......... 1M'N was no good but the Hornets were complete in the end zone and the In-

4..1 C.YwdIwx...Ps.u.M.. .I.N 5 In front 13-0 with 2:22 minutes left in diane were left trailing 13-12 at inter- t
1..... w.N A_ ...... the first quarter.Keystone mission.
1? g' I Ir m. ,.r..lw/ II refused to fold, striking Keystone scored shortly after the ,
back quickly with a 59 yard halfback Indians had possession of the ball In '
/I Ik KIVITOMINAWTMMNf 8115 44-ll il pass from Billy Coursey to Kenny the third quarter. Indian lineman Jim I
14.1.11..11/' -C--) Jennings,and scoring two more timesto Gruenwald nailed MacDonald the ;
I ry ...rxo..N 1....u.tb1Y ......., take their only lead of the game, Hornet punter, for a loss on a fourth I
A ......., K.-..N pd.f,.C.s.y natal' 18-13, early In the third quarter. It down punt play to set Keystone up at !

I --" /1. pd_......Nwun.) stayed that way until the last period the BUS 31 yard line. Runs by Hurner
,......, when the host Hornets marched 78 and Steve Corbet got the ball to the 24
s-c..11 pd _(pM MM) yards to paydirt for the game's final and Coursey broke through the left "
N-WNW.. 5 pd A./ww score. Keystone's last ditch chancefor side of the line on third down for the 24
i the win evaporated when a David yard TD run that put the Indians (In
Burner pass was picked off in the end front for the first time at 18-13. The

cone with less than a minute to go and extra point pass attempt was no good.

the Indians at the Hornet seven yard After the teams exchanged punts

I line. Hawthorne put together a methodical
"" ,,Ft, r 1" "The two turnovers we had early ground drive, led by Lock that
hurt bad resulted In the winning score. Lock
:. 8 us said KHS Coach Pete
( ,, Valentino Monday. "We spotted them added up 70 yards on 10 carries to get ,
;'\ /. that 13-0 lead. I wouldn't say we the ball to the Indian three. Anderson
;i. outplayed them after that but we sure then hit Hutchinson for the TD to put
-- played right with them. BUS back on top and threw again to,
3qHE- the same reciever for the two-point i
I 4 1 gh.7,44 r "Usually when you score three conversion to make It 21-18.
kMp,4rF ,1 PIR3T, W ",'. 1t.a :. a :,.__ .._______e a ., FPECM AM AIRPlANfWA ball for The Indians late threat came after
e OIZ6IA BlToAPIVKK: BttWML. game you. But, they made they revoered a Hawthorne fumble at
Tornado tailback John Bennett no. 33. punches Into the Bennett picked up 133 yards rushing his first vanity ON JUMP 21/,"Fee*,,3,*SHE tOCO*AFIlputAfMUTEp cUT! '< their extra points and we didn t. That, the home side's 34 yard line. Burner
I line as fullback Mike Jordan,no.3. breaks through the pack start while Jordan.s crunching blocking helped make him WITH 5iiMtiruiMPpwtAcwmfBHS and the turnovers we made in the first hit Jennings for a 18 yard gain and a
and looks for his block. the Tornado of the Week. quarter, were the difference. first down on the second down play.

\ "I still say what I said last week-it Coursey squeezed over right tackle
left side into the endzone on fint down perienced as we are offensively, we j we played Hawthorne 10 times we'd for three more yards to the 15. The
and Macclenny, so accustomed to los- look to improve every week." Lady Tornadoes Start Volleyball win five and they'd win five. I'm sure pitchback pass play was tried but incomplete
ing to BHS, was behind after Just 29 they feel like they should have beaten and under pressure on second
seconds had elapsed. A fake to Ben- "We'll continue to work hard on us worse than they did Friday, but we, down Hurner's pass into the end;

nett over the defense right side'as the had Tornado frozlnMacc1enny's thbso.kinds I:It.*.,JJUl turselalaol) ,ijn. of tX! t.things1>U'ntedte'ffamlltod'a C- ;. <,.he.*><'promised. Monday. Jf(-ith'-' '. [.}fIY, GrametYq If !: uaantaaF j;cfeel'1ike.;game." .we' :should have''wort they *. zone"We was had intercepted our chances. Valentino 1* I t

quarterback wheeled back around In- recovered fumble on the kickoff and a Alderman Keystone's first score In the game said before viewing the game films *|
to open ground. blocked punt by Ronald Mathews as Bradford High's girls volleyballteam Rlsby, Cynthia came on a halfback pass they used effectively with the Indians Monday afternoon. I
The Tornadoes scored again with 25 "the kinds of little things that can opens up its 1979 season with an and Teresa Griffis; and ninth-graders throughout the game. The "The early turnovers were the big
seconds to go in the opening period as mean a lot in ball games tighter than away game against Santa Fe's Lady Lorraine Bass, Beth Francis and play started with quarterback David things that hurt us but we also hurt
the defense set the offense up at the this one." Raiders in Alachua, Monday night, Kimberly Cohen, Queeny Berry, Hurner getting the ball at the snap ourselves with a couple of 15 yard I
Wildcat 34 after a Macclenny punt. Sept. 17, at 6:30.: Carmen Eaves. and pitching back to Coursey who fak. penalties. and they got off about a 70
Bennett carried six times in a seven Baker's best chance to score Friday The Lady Tornadoes regular season
ed the run before throwing to Jenn- yard punt that hurt us too < It was a 64
play thrust, getting all 34 yards on the night came just after the Tornadoeshad 197'IHS Girls Vallovoall Schoowla schedule includes 11 games with the ings for the 59 yard score with 1:45 yarder that pushed KHHS back to I ,
drive he capped with a TD run from taken their 6-0 advantage. District Tournament slated for left in the first half. Jennings was their 14 after the Indian defense had

just outside up behind the the five.strong-side He went in blocksof standing Wildcat Mark Byrd botched the ...... 17 Sonto'o Aw.y ta30: later.November 2 & 3 at a site to be named open on the play much of the night. stopped Hawthorne at the HHS 22. I,

kickoff West had done but he lachh.l5 Away .,00&opt. i
Ronald Mathews Allen Scott just as
Jay 2S Clay' ..._ 7,00
Griffis and center Johnny Bell. Both picked it up and rolled past the Tornado
&opt.27 Awoy 7.00
extra point trys failed but with Bradford's coverage 23 yards to the Mac- r r'oe
Oct. I luchholl Homo 7.00OM.
defense completely bottling up clenny 40. A 23 yard pas from QB Rob 4 ,.,..... a
Macclenny l the 12-0 Intermission Sloan to Paul Rodgers moved the >
'Cats to the Bradford 38 but thevisitor's OHS HoMo 7.00 !
appeared to be, and was secure. Oct. y pv.O.k Homo 7.00
The Tornadoes padded the marginon only real opportunity to get '
045. 16. .
Clay Away .00
Goodge's one sneak with 2:29to into the game was short-lived as BUS'defense
yard Oct. 2s ,....". Away 1.00Nor. I
go in the third quarter. That tally tightened.The II
followed a fumble recovery by cor- Wildcats got on Bradford's .21' DItrlctTovmotHew. I

nerback Kenny Etheridge at the 'Cat moved .6 a.elon' a..p..hlpNo" .
17. Defensive end Jimmy Wright Jar- .
MIO Soct'lTovmont
red the ball from Macclenny's Vic left but a 15 yard Ineligible receiver
Now 1..17 1"0 Tov"ot
back their side of
Givens. A 12 yard fullback screenplay on
from Goodge to Jordan on fourth the fieldWwhere they were for the rest
and eight made the score possible. of the game. The Lady Tornadoes, off a 10-3 78 I
season that was the best in BUS girls
BUS failed to score on several occasions !
Junior noseguard Kevin Reddishled as two lost fumbles an interception volleyball history will be keeping I I
the Tornado defensive effort stun- and 90 yards in penalties stifled tough company this season in their
ting the Macclenny offense with 11 the attack. new District 5-AAA alignment. Brad-
stops and three assists (and Goodge was intercepted on a pass ford will have to compete with Santa I
recovered a blocked punt).Still BITS from the Baker Co. 25 yard line in the Fe last year's Region Champ, and
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton second period.Later the same stanza tough Buchholz and Gainesville HighIn
lauded the entire defense,, and gave BHS was at the Wildcat 28 yard line, the district which also Includes
the weekly coaches award for the in the last minute of the half but the Live Oak and Gainesville Eastside.
front seven to the entire group- Tornadoes lost- a fumbled exchange "We went to see the jamboree in
Reddish linebackers Danny from center to the Wildcats: Gainesville last night (including all
Hildebran and Mark Crews, ends A six yard TD run by Bennett was the AAA'' Gainesville schools) and I
Wright and Ronald Mathews, tackle taken away because of a clip midway didn't see anybody we could beat," !
Frank Swindell, and the strong-side through the third quarter but said BHS Coach Inez Harvey Monday 1
tackle duo of Allen Scott and.Jeff Etheridge's fumble recovery got the moaning about the inexperience on
Lawson. ball right back in scoring position for her club with a week before the ,
"They did a good Job," Sexton said the Tornadoes last touchdown.In opener. "Santa Fe looked super. ..
after the shutout win. "A lot of times the fourth quarter 35 yards in Buchholz was probably second best ... .
when you see the films you don't lookas penalties killed one drive that had with GUS third." ,. ',,I,
good but I've seen the movies and BHS at the visitors' 19 and a late rally The Lady Tornadoes face Buchholz' "
we still look good. It was pleasing was snuffed out as Macclenny stopped Lady Bobcats in their second game. ."
because it was a team effort.Reddish the second string Tornado offense also on the road. Thursday, Sept. 20. ,

had a super game, I thought Danny inside the 10 yard line.Keystone The fint home game will be Tuesday '. I
Hildebran did a good Job of leading Sept. 25, against Green Cove-Clay .;,.
the defense on the field Swindell County, the team that beat BHS out of' .
played real well.and our defensive a district championship last year. ; Last Week 6 Sold ,
end play was much better than we High BHS youth shows on the roster with' WE
had in the Jamboree's. Jimmy Wrightwas Football Tickets only one senior, Janice Berry and I
a lot more consistent than he had Single game tickets for Keystone two juniors Vonda Brown and Terri !

been.:* High School football games will be on Thomas, on a 14 girl squad. 7 Left And Will Be Sold This ,Week.
Sexton noted that Crews, a safe at the front gate for all home "I do have one of the largest squads \\1D They :
sophomore who played ninth-grade games for $ .50 for adults and $1.80 I've ever had though" Mrs. Harvey ;
ball last year "has come a long way for students with JV tickets going for noted. '
for a kid who had never even played a $1 (adults) and .50 cents (students). Thomas started last year while .
JV game.'" Season tickets are on sale for$12 for Berry and sophomores Tracy
Asked why BHS' defenders looked five home games and available at the Hankerson and Hope Jackson also T-BirAtIvoic3. .
so much better against Macclenny high schoo, the Top of the Haystack saw enough vanity action to earn JV t
than In Jamboree play Sexton said "I or by contacting Head Coach Pete letters in 71. 13 '
think it was just that extra week and Valentino or Athletic Director Ron Newcomers to the squad are: :

having playing people where back they're from supposed injuries and to- Brummitt. Brown; sophomores Lisa Alvarez Greatest Car Sale In North"'Fl,

p Safety Mike Teston,who picked off ,, GAWLCV .
nOME '
two Baker passes, and cornerback SAVE 5 5'f

Kenny therldge also played' big .
poets in the shutout and shared the '
defensive secondary award given out

by Coach Mike Hartley. '
There was nothing fancy about POST OFFICE BOX 032 i. tl b f :' w ; \\jY; FQBD .

'Teston's interceptions he was Just in KEYSTONE HEIGHT FL. 326SA f1'r'" I'
good position right where he was supposed .. I:, 004-473_ 3021 < .. sI C i! Hr- '
to be/ Hartley noted. MOTORS" L
Etheridge played'a super game at ..AND'CLI".G. DEMOLITION Pelt: DINT Aa lJ 5k ::1 :
weakside corner.They didn't throw at ROAD WORK LIME MOCK CLAY !', ; c" ,
him mIlCh"but he came'up. and supported NEACHWORII PfAT IUI\.OtA'IANO\ 964-7200 '206 Wj Madisoh'Sti ':! t
against the run real well. ,t't''i
Offensively the blocking of center

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took 7. following a lingering illness. He was ment will be In the family ploffct Dyal) The Over the Hill Gang of Stark, Plus 10 of OitaNavUt* 19-8 Saturday" 61usiessmen out 10-8; and used RandallThomas two
Mr. Robert Hook, age 78. of Lake born in Bradford County April 30, Cemetery. DeWKt C. Jones Funeral I beefed up with the addttfen of Oreen morning as Carlton. Danny McKinney homers by Carlton and
Geneva Fla.. died Monday. Sept. 10, 1898,and lived his lifetime in the area. Home .Is In charge of the ses vfee. ,r' Machine slugger. Ken Carton, took (a pick-up from Water's), and to eliminate Matt Logs 18-11
in the Bradford County Hospital Mr. Norman was an Army veteran of second in a field of 24 teams at the J.J. Wheeler all bit two home runs. In the loser's final.
Starke after a long illness. He was W.W.I a member of the Bayless rained-on John C. Thomas Memorial The locals were knocked into the In the title game loss the Over the
born in Kearny N.J., April 10, 1901, Highway Baptist Church and was a Softball Tournament in Gainesvillelast loser's bracket by the Gainesville The Hill third Gang inning came and back an eight with run seven fifth Inning run
Businessmen Saturday night.
where be lived for many years, mov. retired farmer. weekend.
Survivors include his. Leon raIn Businessmen won H. In the sixth Guynn's pitched
ing to Miami, Fla.. then to Lake : wife him with two
Geneva 11H years ago. Mr. Hook Futch Norman; four sisters Mrs. With Carlton winning the home run around Carlton blasted
served on the Kearny police depart. Agatha Whitehead Lake Butler,Mrs. trophy with 10 four-baggers and hitting Over the Hill Gang came back to runners on, but McKinney Starke a
ment for 25 years, retiring in 1952. He Vada Yarbrough Orange Park, Mrs. .750 for the weekend to lead a win five back-to-back lo er'. bracket grand slam to pull
was an Army Veteran of W.W. I, Alta Renfroe, Ocala and Mrs. Ruby ? -::: 42-homer attack the Starke team won games Sunday. They topped close again.
.- and lost fall Gainesville Tire 24-17 as J:.I. Wheeler Over the Hill Gang hit , a -
member of the Kearny, N.J. Yarbrough. Raiford; and several seven games two finally Behind Carlton l,
team in the event.
Methodist Church and a member of nieces and nephews. 1066-7 Sir FrancitVChleheiter ing to unbeaten tourney champ and Tommy Wise (another Water'spickup Wheelerhit
J J.
the Police Benevolence Association of Funeral services will be held at 3:00 circumnavigatedQ'/ Guynn' Grocery of High Springs ) had two-homer games; beat Terry Hardee hit .678, ,
New Jersey. pm. Thursday (today), in the the world in his yacht 29-20 in Sunday eyenin '_ inaL Thomas 20-12 as J.J. and Fred .600 with seven homers McKinney had
Church with The "Gang' started play with an Wheeler hit two HR's apiece to lead a had six
Survivors Include: his wife, Edna Bayless Highway Baptist Otpiy Moth sailing 29,000 Fred Wheeler hit
Brown hook Lake Geneva; one Rev. Dave Medeiros. pastor, and milt in 226 day*. 11-3 decision over the tlogtown nine homer offensive; earned five four-baggers
hit .600.
daughter, Karen heater Hollywood, Rev.J.D. Robinson officlatl: .Inter Rollers Friday night and then ripped revenge by knocking the .831, and Steve Cox
:la.; one step-son. Arthur Cowell
Spring ,N.J.; two brothers,John
hook of Kearny, N.J. and Fred Hook
of Jacksonville; two sisters, Martha
Beam. Kearny. N.J. and Ann
Prescott Ocean Grove N.J.; ten
grandchildren and two great grand- SOUIHERHauPg
children. 'A'
Funeral services will be held at o GRADI.
10:30: a.m.Thursday(today).Sept..13, SH MEDIUM B1SCUS IT
in the DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home E
in Keystone Heights with Rev. Buddy
C. Fnedlm officiating. Following services EGGS fLOUR
the remains will be shipped to \
Miami for burial In the Vista Memory

Gardens. $100 L8.LLL 19C
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Willie Herman Andrews 2 DOIN BA

Willie II. Andrews 63, of Rt. 3, Box SAVE zoo
620 A, Lake Butler died Wednesday
August 29. in North Florida RegionalHoaptial ....f,/
after a sudden illness.A QUANTITY RIGHTS A.;.;...
life long resident of Union County, RESERVED ; ,
Mr. Andrews was a retired Depart- tiF WINN-DIXIE STORES. INC. PRICES GOOD THURS. WED., SEPT. 13-19 i"o'
ment of Agriculture livestock inspec. BEEF pEO' CO'YRIGHT-1979 "if, "
tor for the State of Florida.
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. SAVE 10' THRIFTY MAID t.
Ruth Carlton Andrews of Lake ,. c.89c SAVE 80 ; \ \
Butler; three daughters Mrs. Lillian 'NO FRILLS"PHOTO . .TOP ON TWOCORONET
Davis of Tallahasee, Mrs. Wanda
Jackson of Raiford. and Mrs. Dora SAVE 10 LONO GRAIN VALUE'
Anderson of Lake Butler; two sons. SERVICE LI x7AM.lsum.roannnwnaaoErllonoa.on / .
Buddy and Wade, both of Lake DRAGON RICE 3 PKG. 69e99e A .
Butler; three brothers, Jack of 'Nrlo ., B jWi
Lawtey. Rance of Jasper, Roland of IocAOa/DalallGFaTN01eLS01 mine/ OMIT ou'uitIOOU SAVE 20- DART DISH LIQUIDDETERGENT _

Pongo Annadale of ,Lake Virginia Butler; three, Alma sisters Dekle, Ina of THIM"W MPf .MOrVOUtllLmOfFWttENVOUlHO'PIC / 32-01. T I SS U E ')IIy,;; '*I.Y

Macdenny and Ida Me Pewett of OH OUt NUT TICPMICH In.
Miami; seven grandchildren and one LtWtR THIII air MO MIOOCN cost IOI SAVE 9- KELLOGG
grandchild. "Mil"1KB M flu. P1IMTJ YOU PI' 4 10*mil,
great Funeral services were held Friday IOI OMIT WMir YOU WiNII CORN FLAKES I.' PKG.89c ( )
August 31, in Archer Funeral Home TOP VUM urn TOO GIT tHE lITIt 01 IOPVMUI .
Chapel with Brother Greg Smith of- WINK DIIII iKMPt OM All fOUl lit* PtOdStINO'l SAVE 14- THRIFTY MAIDBARTLETT, 8 ROLL$129)
ficiating. Burial followed in Elzey
Chapel Cemetery under the directionof SAYES PEARS : 29.1 69C PKG
Archer Funeral Home of Lake ON THESE jEHmiaIOWIR CAN

Butler "NO reiuj" PRICES r i" SAVE 17 STOKEIYSWEET '
!Kodak I
IIIXPOSURIS SO89 lbn 2 $,.30
) nut JL CORN 3 17.e.. $1 or m or. purchase
CANS ad.
J I Percy Travis Wright Jr..SS blip U Of 21 IIPt44, MIIPI4'* tips.
Percy Travis Wright Jr., Starke, W. WM .nly SAVE .' STOKELY FRENCH STYLE
1 died Wednesday afternoon in a
hospital after a brief illness. LrIh.y..d KODAK. 'i'l&I GREEN BEANS CeAN.I : 38C PRICES IN THIS AD ME 6000 ONLY III
A native of Suffolk. Va., he was a THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES IN FLORID

retired mail carrier.He also served in KRAFT 1000 ISLE & OUVAL, CLAY. NASSAU. till COIUMIIA'SUwANNtt. .. .
the Army during World War II. He ., .IAVIOI,MADISON.LEON.GADSOEN.' ,A
J was a member and past master of the FRENCH 'DRESSING'. ** r.8'0', 59C JEFFEISON LEV! AMST.JOHNSDOADIUINAM
Hiram Masonic Lodge No. 340 of Suffolk u 6T1 AND
; the James Yeager Chapter No. SAVE 46CFISCHIRS fOR ALL OTHtR AREAS PLEASE
I 62,the Lawtey Council No. 39, and the DEEP SOUTH III YOU LOCAL NEWSPAPER.
Bradford Commandery No. 43. all of .
Lawtey; the Morocco Shrine Templeof SWEET RELISH 41 .. 21AR: \'ffiiii' mmimmmrmmnnmlfmmrmmmTtl
Jacksonville and the Starke Shrine BEE R
Club; past patron of the Sinai ChapterNo. :;;
) 18, Order of the Eastern Star of FRUIT m 100 EXTRA -;:- m
Suffolk; and a member of the National COCKTAIL 2 as $100 S :!
Campers and Travelers of m > TOP VALUE STAMPS ffi


Brinkley Survivors Wright include, Starlce his wife; one, Martha son, Cues . 'iff 59C Sauce . 3 CANS 15.0,. .$1 .m.. ONE 3U. BUCKET DEEP SOUTH /f. ...g.
Charles R. Wright Suffolk; one ::::
sister, Etta W. Duck, and one grand- I.: ?;
child. WINES . ule '1" Jelly . "z 89e Meat . 'ICAN99C: 1: :; COUPON GOOD SEPT 13-19 .:
Funeral services were conducted at ";ljWllilli1llUiIlUIIIIIIIlIlIUIUllill1UHUUUU! \
2:30: p.m. Saturday at the Chapel of
Harrell Funeral Home with .
Sidney F.
tle Rev.officiating.W.A. Grissom Burial and Dr.was Holly Brit TOP BREAD 2 ';*. $100 \ 'ii Ke. f!

Long Cemetery with Masonic Grave DIXII DARLING VALUE . . LY': ::
Rites with Archer-Tanner Funeral fife IPRITI K
%TAMI1 {'1yL :
Home charge locally. FAMILY :
20'01 iB
COCA COLA IVS \" .' ", "

:Mr. Elsie Ifartmann.,90 READ DIXIE DARLING BROWN N SERVE TWIN OR *' \ ,i-iri-.
Mrs. Elsie B. Hartmann, age 90, FLAKY ROLLS2 ss: 79c F.' \ 55
died In the Putnam Memorial Nursing .
Home in Palatka Thursday evening DIXIE DARLING RAISIN .'.'t'tLYS.
following a long illness. Mrs. Hart. 3 2a s. $100 ,: J
born in Illinois, oKa: 1---'
mann moved was to slarke Chicago in 1928 from j CINNAMON BUNS 00 ;; 59C .

Rockford. 111., lived here until 1972 -
when she moved to live with her _
daughter in Keystone Heights,on Hall ? "
Lake. Mrs. Hartmann was the widow TOP COOKIES . V.o 89c
of Albert Hartmann who
F formerly SAVE 20- FAMILY PAK
owned the Hartmann Apartments on 12.... c" MORTON FROZENFRIED VALUE CRACKIN GOOD
North Temple Avenue. She was a MORTON DONUTS ItKO 79 srMi, C.jfjr
member of St. Edward's Catholic a1i: :. ; DIXIE PIES, 2 P'KGS M

Lorraine Survivors Champion include: one Key.toneHeights daughter. BREASTSo;: $199 > HICKENTOTINOS

; one son, Eddy Hartmann a
Jacksonville Beach; two brothers, SAVE 20- EXTRA COMBINATION
Fred Stern and W.A. (Bill) Stern both PIZZA TK o' $, b9 ,
of Starke; and five grandchildren. )
Funeral mass was held Monday $ 9 9
Sept. 10, in the DeWitt C. Jones :4
Chapel in Starke.with Father Andrew TOTINOS PIZZA ;ROB $169 '
Bonet officiating. Interment was in . % 2 lB.
the family plot in Kingsley Lake SAVE 40SEA PAKSHRIMP '

Cemetery. N'BATTER PRO; $ag9 BOX ,' HALF

Horace Horace Willif ord.W9lford 62,of.Starke U died HUSHPUPPIESSEA .2 Te a $1 00 SAVE SOc .
: Thursday afternoon following an ex- 1XGS SAV* 1&FREfZER

tended illness. PAK .
Born in Zephyrhills. he moved to -
Sarasota at an early age where he ONION RINGS 99 ..
t 'I was employed as a carpenter. He PiG ---\
moved to Starke four years ago andwas QUEENLASAGNA .
( a
Survivors include: his wire Marion .l .
f Williford of Starke; three sons Bill BEANS : $119 VEAL PAMAG ANA
Williford. Plant City, Jesse Monroe
to! Venice and Larry Williford California S..vflO DIXIANABABY L. a DINNERSs.
.. ; one daughter. Dianne Hinllon.if' : $19

Birmingham. Ala.; two brothers. LIMAS .. . P" ,.
;, Austin Williford Pleasantville N.J.. ,
I and Zellner Gamer, Spring Lake SAVE 6On i AN A '" t. a o .' $ .99.
N.C.; two sisters Elma Malpezzi. : .ri 19 2 LB. 1 : *,
Sarasota and Lorene Save!!,. CROWDER PEAS : A .
... BO
Pleasantville, N.J.; and twelve ,
grandchildren.LoMileNermaa.83. SUPSRtRANOPARTY ,;/ '\,1 ;' +1 :
,0; SAVE SOc
ICE 8 b9e
. ,3

, Mr Lobule Norman.age 83,of Rt.a. ..:
Box 118. Starke. died in the Bradford )", .
County Hospital Tuesday morning

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I Area Sports. Rdun dun. for Bradford- and Union &Jf.fyandth 1!' Lake, Region area---' '' '- I I


Union Co. season at Lake Butler High School KeystoneRec. ;'frograro In Keystone is off to a gnat flame against Bel-fad In the scrtmn JRMbMR/It
Stadium Saturday. Sept. 38, with the tart according to the Keystone Rec. .
Pop Warner Association *Ce said KHA Pop Warner Director The Pop Wsre
football All four Unfeo County Pop Warner first game set for 10 a.m. Volleyball. .Start News Association.The Junior Pee Wee and Pee Wee and Watt Raleigh cheerleaders, keeping both parent :satad y, $spL Is, S
teams were certified for Last Saturday the Bengali to All those interested In team standing _
got go playing rosters have been filled. Both the
league throughout aoriMmafte.
play on and will preseason 1M
Saturday participate up against outside competition In a volleyball are asked to ap.m.metinglTuesday :${& warns participated in a controlled Bel-Med Grove tart
In the Jamboree came out on top
on Saturday, controlled Av..TheK"
scrimmage against teams ,Sept. 18,at the
Sept. IS, at the Gano Street Recrea- from Starke. Med scrimmage Field Saturday.SepL 1, at Bel- as follows Saturday
tion Complex In Orange Park. Persons Interested are urged to at- The JPW In Steeiers Orange had Park. The Junior Midget<< Steeiers were JPW against SUrkT.'.M ,
The schedule for Union County "The scrimmage with the Starke tend the organizational meeting no ting loss, but learned a disappoin unable to scrimmage as they still JM versus Stark at>:30 :',
teams has all four playing teams teams provided an opportunity to test volleyball can start as soon as possi bout playing football a said great their deal need boys to nil out the roster. Boys aqainst Mtddiebuurg.ta:.
from Orange Park In the Saturday defenses and ", 11-13 years old are urged to PW will
offenses, said Union ble. For more Information call Coaches: This com to play Lake Butler at ,.''
afternoon preseason tests 'The Pee Co. Pop Warner director Mike 473-2527 or 479-3688. of about year's five squad, with the practice at the ball park on Tues., II they win UM! first game. e .
-- Wee Bengals are scheduled to play at Bearden. No official scores were :Deception> first time but boys consistsof Thurs.,and Fri. at 6 p m. or call watt Admission to the jamboree $) foradults '
4 p.m., the Mighty Mites at the recorded but players the coaches Raleigh at 473-3947 to sign and
4:45: Bearden said atten- figure up. 13 year 50 cents for students with
Junior Pee Wee's at 5:30, and the dance was encouraging enough that ';, Keystone .. t that with a few changes of old boys born between Jan. and July pre-school, gate .
Junior Midgets at 8:15.: the scrimmage: may become, an. an- i :, ',Pop Warner i\ \,game the tactics outlook and la a little position shuf- 31, 1968 can weigh between so-so reciepts beided e'quay' bit-
\ All four teams open the regular nual event .This-year's .Pop'Warner K Tee PW very encouraging. 1Lin born on or after August ween all teams partlcipatin to
.'. IOCI.bat ,. Steeiers played an exciting weigh 80-115 pounds. Keystone officials are urging Stonier
fans to attend. ,

Staler Shirts Available
Steeler Tee Shirts are now'
available for $4 each. They can be
1a'Maar __ ordered by calling\ the Team Mothers.
ssl e , .easan or. coaches or by calling 473-3947. .'
SAVE Work : .

W-D BUND (12.Q1L .OUND) ,

Punt, Pass & Kick<<:.J t1-

The 1979 local Punt. Pass and Kick
PAnlES Competition sponsored by Ter-
wlllegar Ford of Starke and coondieted
by the Starke Rec. Department
99 I Is set for Saturday morning,
September 29 at the Pratt Street
3 recreation field in Starke.
sox Kids aged-13 from Bradford County '
Union County and the Keystonearea
t SAVE are eligible to compete In thefirst :'
,,,, f step of the football competlon :
which ends with the National Finals 1 ;
at the Super Bowl In Pasadena i
California January 20. I

yFIVUJI Youngsters who want to participate; I
eEFF PEOp In the Local competition should
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE NATUSIAUY AGED register by S p.m. Friday Sept. 28.
forms will be available at the
Monday-Friday and at the Old Armory
SMOKE THUJtS.YD.. in Starke from 8:30 m.-S p.m.
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST Birth certificates will not be required'
.4 SEPT. 13-19 for the Local competition but will be. )
+ r needed for Zone competition, which
will be held October 13, probably In'

SHANK $ $ 99 NLdp Jacksonville.The top three. placers in each age
group In the Loca contest will recieve
(PORTION g9cT & SA VI trophies while the winners in the 9, 10,
11, 12, and 13 year old divisions move''
Into the Zone competition. From there
LB :, $)20. \ winners move on to District Area,
LB. ;j i r. ,4 I .. FF Division (NFC In Houston, AFC In
'. ERAL Tampa December 16),and finally National

Bun SIRLOIN TIP" gTAjy Last finals.year Richie Fender" of Starke
99C 3 QUANTITY WOWS won, the Local Zone, District and
PORTION t. STirAK $219. MsexvcoMC Area competitions in the 12 year old
LL 'Mr'N division, advancing to the Division !
'nIOHI-979 finals at a Houston Oiler professional

game. .,
Players will not be allowed to use
PINKY JIIO aUHD / cleats or shoes with waffle type soles

CENTER\ HICKORY SMOKED HAM .. : :.' $ SPARE r D In Recreation the competition Director Cheryl said Godwin.Starke.''?.

SLICES .\ -' rte J W The age group schedule ,for the
Local competition; ', ;;..,
USDA CHOICE SEEP WHOLE UNTIHMMED! ((1O.JJ IS 'AVO J S S \ UP i t 8 year olds--9 a.m. '9--,10a.m. .
SIRLOIN TIP" 'f1:1; \ ,.;)t ;t t\ .1 S,' RIBC :.v;1' ,,10.)0:30 all ..",tI-rIJ.U..01.*..'pYi
$189 12-11.:-30..m. 13 noon ."
.' l. rt
.. .., 1

CHUCK '- $119 I News
.. .. 169 :, L0. j A free Exercise women's Class exercise Start I
i" I SAYE 5\)<... : 1 will be offered by the Starke Recreation
CHUCK ROAST ,1 $179 Department starting Tuesday,
... September 18.
the class will meet each Tuesdayand
Thursday thereafter, from ',
9t30-10:30 a.m. at the Old Armory' Instruction -.\
,1I. 189 will run through the middleof
DIXIi .gQ/ November, break for the holidays, ''
resume in January Interested

STEW MEAT *189 PATTY first session persons can sign up at the ,

u. a MIX Included In the exercise class will ."'

...jKafemCRACKIN be a new form of aerobic dancing. r
*GOOD SWEET OR UTTER MILK 7Yjp "Everyone is welcome to come" .

Biscuits 6 sa: $l19SUPERSRAND iijj w 9 said Cheryl Starke Godwin.Recreation'She advised Director participants .
3 L8. $29 '
to wear comfortable old
Log S PKG. clothes or leotards.
Sour Cream CU; 49C 4 Women's Tennis. league Marls
N SINGLE An organizational meeting for awomen's
: tennis league In Starke will
Food ,
c$149 be held at 7 p,m. Monday &>pt, 17, at
the tennis courts behind the Pratt St
LEFIUCE., Center.
Chees. 219 affi8tk--Q ''we**** League games wilt be played on ';
: Monday nights with both singles and
tSv c-
at ORB|?
SAVE 10 PIUSSURY doubles playPlayers ,
,. U.S. NO.">t t _
Crescent Rolls P;Ti.: should not be beginners, oil
but have some knowledge of the
SAVE 10P1LLSSURY ET game. Fees will be charged only I if
Cinnamon Rolls 9 Pxa 3RGE$1 S P&5 / trophies are desired ;'
OES :Macrame Clans for Adult
Macrame classes for adults will beheld r1
on weekday mornings starting .
00P Wednesday. Sept. 19 at 9 a.m. at
4 ''either the Old Armory or Pratt St. rec

AUNMUML .. Students will probably need three
morning sessions to complete a pro- .
ject. Their must be at least five
YOGURT students to schedule a morning class.
HARVEST PUSH r NAIWSTIaIEN Persons should call the rec dept at96H792 -

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COACHESTo Ores Ctty-vlslts' Union Friday night Sept. .... and hosts I Keystone Sept SI.
"They had a poor season.f ar as record f last year but thorn young and haveimprove
a bit"Thomas saM of the Bears,another District 4-AA member
u a 21-7'loss to Newberry but were evenT-7 at halftime "Like i ioiof t
make sure we get stories on an other people they think they can play with anybody people like that usuallycan
the high school varsity and Pop play with anybody."
Warner this fall we're
asking coaches of those teams in the Chlcnaitd-hosts Union Sept. 21. and goes to Keystone Sept. 28. .
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Union County Bradford County and The Indians, who were S-3 last season and in the playoffs for the second
Lake Region area to give us a hand by., straight appear loaded for bear with do-verything quarterback Lacy
filling out game story forms and dropping Anderson back under center and a huge defensive front returning. They topped
them by their newspaper offlcf Trenton 20-0 last week and are rated number six In AA this week.
or calling the sports departmentBuddy 'They base a lot of their football on their defense they'll stick you." Thomas
( Ceilings at 964-6305) each said "They're probably picked along with Newberry, as the premier team in
., week to give their stories. our district""Anderson
The game forms are available at can hurt you running the option or throwing and they are physically
the office of the Union County TIMES, big," Valentino said echoing: Thomas statement that Chiefland has all the tools
the Bradford County TELEGRAPH to win the district.
and the Lake Region MONITOR.
They shouldn't take long<< to be filled WIlUaton-The Red Devils roster was thinned by discipline: action so they return ;
out and should be turned in as soon aspouible only six lettermen from last year's 7-4 club and they must have. looked it in a IICHt ;
after the games each week. Iou to Eutslde Friday. Still two of the returners haltbatk-Hnebacker Melvin :
JV coaches who have gsmea on Simmons and quarterback-safety Keith Edwards are the kinds of "studs" that -
_.. _. ,. Thursday nights should turn the story can make a small school team go. *
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forms In sometime Friday if at all 'Those two guys run 4.5 40 s." Thomas noted "They've got tremendous f
.. JV Indians karats Hawthorne's quarterbackIn The Baby Indian stoppers bolded MB the visitors I*spark possible. Pop Warner coaches who speed... and they'veaot a lot of football pride down the....They've been blowing s
I their- sawn opening win over the HorntU last Thurs- the *u>. wish to report games from Saturday people out the l last couple of years." S
..,. should turn story forms In at the Valentino's assessment: "they can score on every play." ;
TELEGRAPH office In Stark Santa Fe-hosts Bradford Sept. 28., at Union High for Homecoming October 5. i
_ Campaign With 6-O Win Over HawthorneKeystone's (preferable) or at the MONITOR or The Raiders lost 31 senlon from their 8.1'78 team but still are called by BUS :3
Keystone JV Opens TIMES office as early as possible Head Coach David Hurse"The most physical team we'll play." *
Monday. If It is more convenient call "I've been reading about how they're rebuilding but they're not going to look 2:
Baby Indians Nelson guessed the backs accountedfor with 2:30 to go when Hawthorne,. the TELEGRAPH (collect if long like rebuilding team." Thomas said of the Tigers only AAA opponent 'They're z
dominated Hawthorne to win their JV "maybe 180 yards rushing" nee broke a tone run to set the HHSJV distance) at 984-6905 Monday. Ask for going to be a big strong football team again. :3:
opener 6-0 in Keystone Thursday behind the offensive line of Stormer up at the Keystone IV But.. an Buddy ceilings who will be and out of H.210 wlngback-tlght end-safety Dwayne Dixon has been labeled"one of the *
night Sept. 6. Mike Lewis. Danny Fish and Mike unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. the office Monday from 10 a.m. to 8 best athletes In the state." and Judging from his jamoree performances he should :S
"The score Just doesn't show the Porter. backed the ball up to the M and KHHS pra.Pop be rated a blue-chipper by major college grid scouts Santa Fe opened with a 3S-8 s
way we outplayed 'em." said KHS JV The only Baby Hornet threat came held.Ke3toneUnion Warner coaches can also turn ripping of Clay. a
Coach Rodney Nelson after his club's ia brief preview stories on their teamster
opening game win. "Our defense Just [ publication when space allows.We Newberry-vislts Keystone Oct. 12, hosts Union for the season finale Nov. 18. \
completely bottled!them up. As far as JV Square Off TonightKeystone's will get photographic coverage of the The Panthers who opened with 21-7 win over Cross City rate with Chiefland a
offense we moved the ball well between area teams during the season. as the"on paper" favorites In District 4-AA with corps of 20 seniors from a 4-8 S
the 20's but we sputtered out JV will be trying to to equal its winning total of last year'whU Tt team. Where Chiefland has the big' hones in the trenches Newberry has a 2:
down near the goal line.: Union County's Baby Tigers will be looking to bounce back from last week's.lopsided wealth of studs In the skill positions. Quarterback Mark Wright, soph tailback 2
The margin of difference for loss to Santa Fe when the two art*JV teams meet tonicht.TtMamiay.Sept. Keith Ross and wideout Mike Nattiel rate as all stars. ?
Keystone came when they capitalizedon 13. at 7:30 at Keystone Highs fidel "They can mix the run and the throw as well as anybody around and they've
Hornet mistake in the first a lot of depth." Valentino said after viewing the Panthers In Jamboree play.
a Baby Keystone opened its campaign with a H win vr Hawthorn+ last week.A second got "
quarter. After the Scott Stormer-led win tonight would equal the win total of 78-wben the Baby Indians were>-4 Ross is excellent.
defense held Hawthorne on downs for the best J V record ever at KHHS. Hot dog can be frozen "They're supposjxi/ to have all the horses with their whole backfield pack,"
deep in the visitor's territory.JUts attempted Union County's JV was overpowered by Santa Fe 554 last week. < far up to two months. Thomas said. 'By the time we get to them they could be rolling
to punt out of trouble. The-
center snap sailed over the punter's Jasper-hosts UCHS Oct. 26, plays at Keystone's Homecoming: Nov. 2.
head and a swarm of KHHS defenders Jasper which was, voted into the playoffs over Union and Keystone last year, '
brought the kicker down at the six Baby Tigers Swamped Santa Fe 55-O in JV Opener will have to do without All State linebacker Ellis Singletary this time around. s
yard line. One play later eighth grade They'll still be strong" Valentino figures. "They run ,the T-formation with ..
running back Robbie Self slashed two tight ends and Just come right at you."
over from two yards out to give the Union County's Baby Tigers nil into -W.TI b* aJriCbI gahk# "we'll be back on our feet "They've got tremendous speed a good running back in John Lilly and :
Baby Indians their 8-0 advantage. larger, more experienced team: of --.t..,to > ...** be promised. "I expect a they've got a couple of linemen who supposed to be major college prospects.: .
Keystone had other chances to Santa Fe Baby Raiders and came cut gnus with war JV*her feat I expects lot of impsovernenL"Law Thomas added.MooUeeUoJefferMMiat. ,
score. A TD pass was dropped in the a 55-0 loser in both teams 1979 JV to taBprev The. kids are going' ** -. praised the play of running
end zone just before halftime. Then openers Thursday night Sept. ., in max*a M ef Bustakes rush ttey end back Tony Honour, wideout Woody Union Nov. 2.
the Baby Indiana controlled the ball Alachua.: real hard WTr coBcentra&c" snar* Edwards and linemen John Brown. The Tigers are moving into the AA ranks after a 5-5 season as a AAA club In'78. .'
for all but four plays in the third "We're awfully; young and they got: Os the ftW&KBMOUte uLa. -.whslmuR." and John Kixson in the .loss. He also "With the competition they played in AAA last year they ought to be tough in "
quarter but saw a grind-it-out drive the hones summed up UCHS JV Roberts out offensive guard Carl AA," Thomas noted. "Like Jasper they've got a lot of speed and quickness."
stall inside the Baby Hornet 25. Coach Jerry Lawson after the fiarst- ..... ... was atiD piheishglogelher and ninth graders .
Nelson praised his "gang-tackling" game setback to class AAA Santa Ft. leis rater a.d gaff 1Nb.ams and Laurie Gnffin for their 1..Ia hea-hc&ta Keystone Nov. 9. '
defense led by Stormer Jeff S Uta "Some of our little eighth' graders e@pClh ianIs balers &be poll week ia practice: Friday. The Rams have already improved their 78 record as they clubbed Daytona
ings and Richard O'Donoghue, as who had never played aloocbaJl gam Tsnrsdttiy na (.as .. tIIEw 'iqd a Lopes 26-4 in their opener. Last season they were an 0-10 patsy.
well as the Keystone backfield of QB were in a date out there a c -i t UUB good hard praenceT Fhday and expects "The absent bane a ringing in .ll haven't seen them but with a new coach they could be turning things around
Rob Durocher and running backs sophomores and junMrs.** the Baby Tugtn to I bark ref tfk*oars WTMA. they ar* talked down there" Valentino ventured. ::
Self. Jim White and Greg Prichard. rap'e'd anasas.t fiesor5e>D I- alboet_- Pliny the Elders ,
Crescent' CUy-plays at Keystone Nov. 16.
The Indians upset CC UH last year before Crescent City went all the way to the "
= state AA semfinals. "
1- "They've been In the playoffs the last two years and we've beaten them the last "',
MENTK two years so their going to be up for us to get revenge" Valentino figured. They
\at'J .1.fFIC. I whipped Tavares 14-0 to open. 'j

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t Union High and Keystone go head to head Friday Oct. 19: '. '
Ir.I. a: .. \ .. ..... At t Thomas says of the Indians"They're an improved team.They're a big ballclub
,'\\" AND' "f"'s'U PTI 11l1$1L.. and after beating us last year I'm sure they feel like they can beat us again." '.
--11- Of ITCH'S Tigers Valentino says "They surprised me the other night (tat the
"'--. ." ,' ,. ""' .;,- -c Fall Jamboree), they looked tremendous. They were wide open offensively and :1:
LLI play good sound defensive football." '

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I Victor \. Palatka-visits BUS Sept. 21. .:.
.- For Heavy Uses The Panthers return seven starters from their 4.6'78 outfit but. despite new
coach Robet Lyle's promises of improvement, they were crunched by. GHS 41-6 .'. .
Tax For i. last week. ..
-I Figures SI JillOO "From everything I've heard Palatka Is like the Palatka of old," Hurse said. '
$59500'1 1 Only "They've got 8-10 kids over 200 pounds the same quarterback and four or five '.
And Has 2 Departments good big running backs." ;:,.
Reg. '169
Limited Quantity St.Auguttine-hosts BHS Oct. 5.
"They are TOUGH" Hurse says of the Yellow Jackets who opened with an .. .. ,
18-0 win over Englewood. It was SA that kept BItS out of the playoffs last year '
with a 14-7 win in Starke. "About three years ago they hit their cycle and they've \
;! had a bunch of fine athletes come through there." .
$7950 Executive 1. ,Defensive back Anthony Smiley is major college quality.For their offense only "?1
Reg. '101' one starter returns but he's a stud-9.5 sprinter Sammy Wilson (H. 145). ,
II Gainesville High-hosts BUS Oct. 11. I
IIL I Chair The'Canes dent figure to slow down a bit as they drop down to Class AAA after y-s I
TiffanyTraditional building a reputation as a AAAA power. GHS finished 9-2 last year being upset *jj I
Machine by Eastslde and losing to eventual state champ Merritt Island in the playoffs :4 g
Stand after being ranked number one much of the year. They are again rated number g i:
Solid heavy-duty 17Vi* square top .Heavy Duty two in AAA this week behind Milton. :V t '
plus a"14Vi* shall for taw on either r. "Before the year is out they'll probably be the number one team in the area" g: I
have 'large Hurse predicted. "They are awfully strong defensively, have a good kicking :V I
eldp.t.egrabblcaters extra Quality Built y game and although their offense is suspect I think it will improve every game.: :5- I
rigidity. Modesty panel Included. i
Easily assembled. Ocala Forest-hosts BHS Oct. 19. $; I
f0a-<*.*aoo.Kj Black And Very Attractive "Forest claims to be best in the state and they just might be." Hurse says of the g
foa-<.*aoo-oa-; Desert gag unranked Wildcats a 12-7 opening game winner over Lake City.; "1 know they'll t: [
Reg. *301 probably be one of the best' He's not kidding about Forest's claim either. Third g
year coach Jim Simmons feels good enough about his team with 17 starters back2 I
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on hand to say "We feel we can win the state championship" g !

File Cabinet Reg. 5115'' $9900 Bachhols-visits the Tornadoes Oct 26. g I
10"\1 $22500, The Bobcats rank with GlIB as the preseason favorites in the district chase' Seven !
though this Junior-dominated team figured to be stronger in 1980. !g :
They return 21 letter winners from a young 3-7 team including all star candidates j
in linebacker Elton Banks and tailback Ted Dixon. '
F 4 Door Heavy Duty "So far Buchholz has beaten GHS twice in two Jamborees and they're the most

j C1 3x5 2 Drawer Metal In experienced the.district ballclub" around,"Hurse said.They should battle GUS for top honors< I

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the Cabinet : Ocala Vanguard-visits BHS for Homecoming; Nov.. 2. ". '
I "They're probably In the same situation as us, they're young with not all that a
AS! Office good size" Hums said of the Knights) whO'JOlt virtually the entire team.. from, :'',
CJ FILECABINET their club and their Bones -
iDHHIMIlIII dropped opener to Jax. 14-7.
A'eg. 2211 $'1750 ,;: : "
,.- Trash Cans Live Oak-visits BUS for the season-ender Nov. 16."They're .
rebuilding again" Hurse said of the Bulldogs, who were 2-4 under
Brent Hall last year and wer swamped by Tallahassee Lincoln 34-0 Friday. Hall
__ .built the powerhouse teams at Ocala Forest before last season. "They ve got
\ ''''. good potential, I think they Just lack depth." '

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SHDP "' : $1 69 LAKE: CITY Primitive weapons Legal game Includes buck deer with
: ( .5 enthusiasts can look forward to October at least S Inch antlers wild hogs I
.i' S .... 27th and 38tb. This will (where declared as game'animal' ),
110 W. Call St. >\ ;:mark the first primitive weapons squirrel, quail and rabbit A muzzle-
season for private land in the Northeast loader or archery permit b. required 9'
: Region In addition to a bunting license for
: 064-5764 Used AddiilJ Mac.hia. Major Larry Martin, regional hunting during the primitive weapons ;;
stated "This' bunt will be season.The use of any dog for huntlne $
!! Limited Quantity On These Items a Starke, Fla lD8IIIIr1er. land onlynot] manage Is prohibited during. this period.,,
:, }. BY land, and wiU not affect: During this season the use of any '
-" hunts already scheduled on Wildlife muzzleloader weapons used for deer
r Sale Good Thru Sept. 20, 1979 Only w, :::. Victor $5000 KaDaI< theaat Region. During this season, larger: than 10 guage for smoothbores .4'
hunters will have their choice of bow and .40 caliber'or larger for rifled
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A half-hour before daylight they: headed. down the lonely graded road next to baseball with a Ukenea of a welk rh,: ". *lfl and the words 'North. Florida j
JhtLuJSllra! j Store ana Gas kaUoa Hunter's Association' en it."A \
] part a lonely farm house and on trdL fox printed I II Ij
Lake Butler Wildlife Management Area. W _I lot of us hunt together all the Urn*Wtig* the competition at field trialswe ,.
The long convoy of pickup truck seemed to be on an urgent mission,and the like" ,Myron Bryant Alachua,said. :"T"re putting your dog against my ,' .1
occupants the ones in the cab and those resting In the back sensed the excite dog hoping to win a trophy.' +' i;, \ !
ment of this unusual rendezvous. Love and hate were driving them. Love of the Bryan said he's met a lot of frierids through field trials. j i'f I'I'I ''
sweet music of baying hounds, hot on the trail of a gray fox drove ISO men to the I I I.
pre-determined meeting place. Hate for the fox and love of running would drive "We've lOt Rood friends we only 1M at a fo&Aunt once a year" Bryan laid. ,) \ ,. 'f:
the walker hounds through the morning. "I don't guellll there' a place In the Soutbea UIat II our truck broke down that I
They had come from all over North Florida and South Georgia to the Annual we couldn't call somebody we know that welf', met at fox hunts," '
North Florida Fox Hunter's Field Trial and Bench Show, held last Friday and Tommy Malphurs, one of the Judge listened to the conversation, wiping "
Saturday,Sept. 7 and 8. They came from places tike Bland Alachua. Jackson sweat from his face. f I.'t
vllle,MaxviUe.Crescent City, Palatka, Hawthorne Lake City and even from as I' ". '
faraway as ValdOllt Folkston and Ashburn. Ga. "Boys. I'm worn out. Judging. It's work, ill promise you that," he said. 1'M
Malphun,along with several other judges at the weekend hunt,has served as ,' p z
L. a judge In several prestigious national field trials. After trophies were awarded ,." r
h he explained that several foxes may be jumped during a race, and with a "' _
few hundred dogs Involved, luck plays a great part in a dog's winning a field ..' I I '
-- ora4 F, trial. :
"It's about 90 percent luck-you've gotta be at the right place at the right I ;
time," he said. ,
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Several hunters didn't seem to care if their dogs even left. the dog box, let ,
alone whether they placed in the field trial. j
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"I just enjoy the fellowship" 'Booger Red' Eddins said as he stuffed a 'v. f .,
wad of Levi Garrett chewing tobacco into his mouth.
Saturday's field trial followed the Friday night bench show. ; 'j
In a bench show, dogs are judged for their appearance. Judges look for i I t ..
physical characteristics which are desirable In a walker hound, : .
breed of dog seen at a fox hunt. Walkers were originally bred in usually England the used only ..'',!iI- ... .C'' -m c. _..c.c.. ......".." ... ...",' '(\\r ;.
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Front hubs were locked in four-wheel drive as the trucks backed through the b i .1._
muddy ditch back to the planted pines along the wide dirt road with the huge We Also SellMULTIMILE '
power. poles like so many giants looming overhead. __
It was 6:30 enough time left to grab another cup of steaming coffee from the TIRES
thermos and wait a few minutes for the stragglers to show up before casting
time at 6:45 a.m. Seconds ticked '
slowly by as dog owners around
their trucks, discussing the fact they were eager to hear a congregated good "race." i First Quality o No Blems or Seconds

The early-morning stillness exploded into a calamity of yelps and cries as 224
black-and-tan walker hounds bounded from dog boxes like marathon runners at e Free Mounting Compare Our Price
the start of a race. Five minutes after the dogs left the trucks someone's dog ty I
had jumped a fox and a race was on. Several hunters
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ownership of the fine canine, out of sight several hundred yards back In the s br Iw Road Hazard Guarantee
slash pines and head-high pa meltOll.
Back in the scrubs 16 judges,some on foot and the luckier ones on horseback aazi

speed followed and the drive dogs and through endurance.the hunt, scoring the hounds for hunting trailing, Doley lleney and Freckles show off the first place showmanship trophy'wnn at
the North Florida Fox Hunter's Field and Trial Show .
Freckles, a 3-yfar old black and while Walker hound. I III only one of seven dogs 878-14 : : J78.1S
"Durn, what a time to have a break-down" Judge Tommy Malphurs. of owned by Ilrrsey. A Clay.Electric employee Henry has !been Interfiled In dogs $2688 H78 $2988 $3288 ,
Bland, complained as he hurriedly repaired a broken stirrup. on his horse's sad since he was a teenager. F78-14 G7e-15 L7 .15 t
dle shortly after a pack of dogs picked up a fox's trail.
Races continued for an hour or so, with some fine hunting dogs picking up a Dogs are led in a circle In front of the judges, dogs are eliminated until only Plus Fe M7a-1S Plus FE?. Plus Fet
new trail every so often. By the time the North Florida sun had burned through the best are left. These dogs are placed on a bench so the judges can take a ,_., .. ," .. ''' / "
the sky and sweat began to run down the hunters' backs as they reached for. a closer look at the animal. As elimination continues, Judges become more . .. ; ,.'8E GI.' 'S$, vIiJPlus : ; .. .,,
cold drink,the good races were over and dogs began running deer. specific, measuring ears for just the right lengtl and checking toes, eyes, tails .c. "
"Hey David,' a fellow fox hunter called to David Starling as Starling drove and chests. I FET Plus FET Plus' :reTG18.14
by in his red four-wheel drive pickup with the yellow and black'Fox Hunters Do Categories for bench shows include :zero-six Months pups (male and female
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"Oh hell," Starling replied. "He'll be alf the way to.Palestine'lake in a lew There was even a children's handling event for youngsters under 12 and an
minutes." ugly dog contest. Senior Citizens 10% Discount On Parts: & Labor
"You don't want a fox dog to run a deer;"Starling explained to a newcomer to The winner of the ugly dog contest took his trophy Friday and locked it up sir
the sport. "A gray fox will just run In a big circle without getting too far away, no one would steal the valuable prize. Jot j FRONT END ALIGNMENT White Spoke
but a deer will take off and leave the country."

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j points, either. What they do lose is time. A dog can't chase a deer and a fox at '
the same time, and a fox hunter would rather see his fast dog rack up a lot of Beat to........0.....'. Big Red C.W.Green, owner. '.""x ISiS "
points pursuing a fox than run five miles after a deer. Best Opposite".-MftMI"alluhlld. Floyd Maser,Lake City,owner. I1 "say. Floyd Conner own.rleMm.laa.hM $1188
< To some fox hunters it's a sin for their dog to run deer. Other hunters, who "
hunt deer in the fall and hunt fox during the off-season to exercise their dogs All.I LUBE OIL N
don't get too upset when their dog jumps a deer. HIgk..i Gen Avf *< COMPUTER BALANCE AND 88
II cowen-s Gow....roa.tnn. O.. .... ; 1141..y Floyd Conner.own. $10'
As the five-hour hunt ended, hunters climbed In their pickups and began sear tav. Gary own. & FILTER
9) Hill'*O.-B.ker r. B B. Hill' Jacksonville" ,owner, ., ; ROTATE FOUR TIRES '12.00
ching for their dogs. By 3 p.m., most of the dogs were in the dog boxes. Some 3) Collie, Bud Davis owner. \ Tr.lllna;
were were still out, probably somewhere over near Palestine Lake. 41> Roy.r. Rico.Clark"Booner Rod"Eddin Jacksonville owner>iMleel Tommy Whlllon. Most Cars & Trucks Most Carl & light Trucks
Pickups rolled up to the Lulu community center, headquarters for the two- 5) H""yllauy.Gordon Howell Aihburn,Ga.,owner. 'r A' ,
day event. Hunters gathered together to brag their and I) Will!.. Edd Harley owner. ; *. Jacksonville. ,owner.
on dog few
swap a 7) Red Kenneth K.lley.Jacksonville. ,owner ; Monroe Malic-Heavy Duty COMPLETE FRONT END &
stories. II New River Molly.Clark "BooHFr Red" Cddlna,Jacksonville, owner.. II......*
9) Janey. Haakell Spire..Jacksonville owner. ;, ., SHOCKS BRADE SERVICE
"I'll bet you a hundred dollars 'Sport Model' leaves your dogs behind," one Roach' Floyd 114_,Lake. Clly.owner. '" '"|>DnflmC Homed.A.B. Cellon' GENERAL
hunter said, bragging on another man's dog. "That dog's so fast he's thirty II. Derby Gaitmvllle. oonvr.DMIasy. Installed 2FOR250
minutes ahead of the fox." Gn A'I MECHANIC
Talk turned to other hunts, and why fox hunters hunt foxes and the reason for I .Floyd' Conner, Glen-et. Mary owner ". Fndw.nreTrolling : ,
these field trials. II Gowen'l R mny.Gary Green. o..nrrIt C'M'-jt1; t ".'
"It's just a lot of fun." Clark"'Booger Red' Eddins, of Jacksonville, said. Red. Kenneth Kelly owner Hprrd.iMlllrl.liiK. 964-6436 964-6436
"You be and that In the and lell'em I "
sure put the life of the Heeli.g
he added, grinning behind a red paper beard, his curly red was hair covered by a party black I I aow.n'.B iny.Cary Cowen. owner 'II a_...'. Benny. Oary a...-...............


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I Pop Warner PIll :' ''' '' ''' u

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be featuring the I-formation to compliment -
Pop Henderson, who Is a strong

Team PreviewsCoaches inside runner, and to utilize the

can submit brief previewsof quickness of Pritchett, who runs a 7.0 ;:r; Arewlrflw

their 1979 Pop Warner teams in the

Union County, Bradford County, and 40.Defensively, virtually the whole

Keystone area for publication before team will have to be rebuilt with only

the opening of the season, starters Tony Kemp, Brett Parrish,

Henderson, and Whithead returning

'It Union County Mighty Mites from the defense that allowed only six 3r-,0-q1: #'

The 1979 edition of the Lake Butler points all last season Defensive ; d,', II1 J,' B

Mighty Mites formerly' Tiny Tots) coach Randy Joyner, coaching for the I'nlon County* Rrrgal running back Kevin Simmons, far right, heads' for open

will be a more power type team that first time this year, has been impress ground Ilh blockers In front of him in the Bengal's Junior Pee' Wee scrimmagewith '

last year's undefeated conference ed with the quickness of some of the Bradford County C'owbo.ts Saturday afternoon' In Lake Butler.

champions says their coach Doyle newcomers. Jimmie Murphy, Ken Both teams, and the rest of the' local Pop Warner clubs, see action In the Clay

Kemp. Johns, Aaron Bryant, and Phillip Confrrrnce' Jamboree thin Saturday In Orange Park. ..., '''_ '_ ... ... ........._ __..,... '''' ../ .....a___
With the backfield duo of Kevin Joyner have shown the desire andability Pe Werner
Keystone *> JM OP ....... *
Simmons and Greg' Edwards movingup to help shore up the depleted 1979....... Schedule Keystone Homocemlne. Where's the Ball

to Junior Pee Wee, this year the defense. The Bengals will again run Codi 11/3 JPW M Home I A couple' of Junior Pee Wee players' In Saturday's Union County-r u -St rke

backfield will consist of newcomer' the 5-4 defense and alternately run T sm PW 0 ".".. 6 Pop Warner scrimmage had the right Idea' about getting after one another bulltwouldn't

Phillip Pritchett at halfback and John blitzes to keep opposing offenses off PW JPW -P..Woa Junior' PeeWee JM ? ....... 1 hurt to remind them' about the Importance of possessing the' pigskin.

Henderson at fullback. Grady balance. 111JPW
"We should have a better balanced JM Junior Midget Awey'PW
Coachran will again direct the of 1M Away I
fense.' team than last year," Kemp said of
the '79 Bengals. "We have 33 boys out JM BM Awey. GIVE YOUR BU/IHE//
Last year's starters' on offense,
JPW GCS ""* JPW *' .*..". 1 '
for the team and this will 9/22 Awey 12 th
give us
Matt Whitehead Freddie Floyd, ,
PW M ....... 4
Lance Hollingsworth. John Howard, more depth than we had. If the new JM GCS Aw.Away '4 JM M ....... Itl2t IA LEI A LIFT f
and Jeff Hardin, have the inside trackon boys come through as we anticipate ,

starting positions again but are we should again be right at the top of JPW OP-2: Aw., 18 T..rn Gds

the conference at the end of the PW' Aw.y 4
meeting stiff from some of '.
opposition JM' Aw. 2 OP.I""' I
the new boys. The offense will again year. OP-2 ....
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FIREWOOD. FOR tALIt order FOR SALE lA new rattan cat RAGE TO RICHISi

oarlyr' ton pick-up truck carrier $30. Call 473-4451. Warehouse sole. Old Ac.

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE lull cut and pill. (60. Itchg 9/13 Hdwe building on Commercial
Phono 473-4748. Itchg 9/13 Circle. Saturday and

AVAILABLE 3 FOR RINTi Trencher com Sunday Sept. 15.16. 9 a.m.

cement miner to 5 p.m. Keystone H... Antiques .
pastor ,
bedroom, 2 bath home In
Near school on pressure washer lawnmowers lamps electrical appliances .
LAST Keystone.
OPPORTUNITIES Dov. St. Stove, refrigerator tillers. other ,ttor Itchg 9/13

CH/A; washer/dryer hookup garden auto and construction
fenced ;
; carpet: yore
lost houte TALS. Hwy. 21 North NIW MOSILI HOME R.V.
utility shed: on
SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN paved d.od.nd itreet. $260 4732995. TFchg PARTS STOPS, also

per month Itt and last Whirlpool. Ci, RCA parts.

month rent plus $100 WHEELERS between
LOANS Ranch/Farm. Construction
damage deposit. Phone 1< ,Ito n. -M.Io .

431-1114 alter 5 p.m. TFpd land Develop 475-2401. tfn chg /19..
CLASSIFIED SECTION ment. Apratments. Stores,

Shopping Centers and Con.
for WANTIDI Houserepairs
dominiums. call
weekends.. Pork ol the or roof repairs, barns
,. ,r',..<" 9/13 Ethel noteholder. Rt. 2. BOH built painting room additions .
Y Palms. 473-4976. Itpd Fl.
409 Keystone Heights.
screen porches. etc.
33656. Lie. Mortg. Broker
FOR RENT 3 BR house, 2 full 9044732585. 9/13 tfnchg no lob too small Mik.9small

baths with shower. Year

round lease. Phone or 4733803after 5 p.m.

: Shop The Sun's Classified section 475-3439.Itpd 9/13 $350 per month. tionist.HELP WANTIDI Keystone Heights Recep tfnchg 8/23

Animal Hospital. Full-time, SINGER FUTURA On. of

light-typing, exciting position. .
FOR SALE -Almost all .,. finest Does all stitches
my 5 day weekly.. Mature .
without attachments
for vah healthy and beautiful plants Individual neat. Resume to button holes blind hem.
day shopping o5qy Including bromallads ,
every great crotons, baskets.. Carmen Rt. 2 Box 105 Keystone monograms stretch sewing
Heights.' 32656. tfnchg 8/30
Meyers, 473-3483 White etc. Sold new, over $500.

. .. .., b, .. ". w .'.. Sands Lake. Itpd 913InNLOb..vwn Balance $157.40 or $13 per
;. 1 .. 'r ,! vbabN' Iw, Aepjlprtcf: month. Wilt take older

YARD SALI Nightingale washers, dryers, ranges machine as part payment.Call .
refrigerators, etc. Also gas Whit:s Sewing Center
Street.Look for signs. Saturday
I appliances, heaters. Call
9 o.m. 2 p.m. Itchg Credit Manager collect ofGoin.svlll.
473-3800 In ((18
I 9/13 Keystone .. 9043764467.2tchg .
ANIMAL ATTENDANT. ", COLLIECTOII.o_ **non PBHSONS TO WORK In CoBV yr. experience) Itpd 9/13 97.11.UPHOLITESY .
time I om appro.. U or I pm.Must ,",_..d.0or conrvponv rooBonolMo. sraoo/vr.tub wNCMNr.Coll Mlwtt*,_b.._fllclovit......, Pull hordworklne -

lovo onimols., Low Low AAA ,CMPLOVMBMT ,_.- JOB Action,in-tm. .foo-Tortno HIM _.".1 Inctwdoo oufconm.Apvlv. .. FOR All Electrical FOR RENT- 2 BR cottage. kitchen .Your fabric. or
)>> Term 1111-10 NW II st. 17S.J44I -ryOrnllypt 1I.fI rlt Cfnr0rN1 WK w. UnlvorMtv CollsPAINTBM. Avo.MoPKono fireplace (50; Vinyl couch furnished year round. mIn. Custom made quilted all.AK"AST l..'. "Small 1. ctr", warts c_. PULL-TIM. I.....". brumn ond and chair, good condition $125 plus utnln.s.473.3415. bedspreads.73.2395.. Itchg
nours. wookonol
hove plenty N..PSr1' nc., Skepors : e.1I 177'r."L:: Minimum oxporl- $60; Matching bed and Itchg 9/13 9/13
> Brookf.**, a --.A_ MAIHSVTLIST WANt.1)v.. Call
AVON Por ovocf low of.....,_. 1_'_.:>>':::10. dresser with mlrrow $65.

.A POP KM BXTP.A TM. THINOS MOMS!V ._.'-Aoky_'_1'om._,37111 0wIN1/0. "......... BXPS1BIBNCBDOrvcMonlne for wa1H.NN 1ft- 473-4106. Itchg 9/13 FOR SALIi 3BR, 2 both new LAKE LOTS FOR SALE

TEACHER YOU WANT .iIIEIIE."EII/COOI( mol sane comeonv. Coll for home, with fireplace. DeerSprings I Keystone Heights.
certified AMI or AMI Monlmofl vour room vSNINeAwt) PnO/aviO/154444 Muol llvoIn -. 17K4140 or oppiv In oirionat CASH FOR GOLD Sterling Road. $1100 down
to drlvo.KoCn wooded lots
thine vow lotor :: MO.IW ootn.fivd. Beautifully on
for Information call 37o-4>oo._ : diamonds coins
ft Time en. Jewelry ,
nw Dp-i'vcM MBKDCD ror *niek *. 177-0711 or<7 -_7SVCHBTAMY coti iTa sui_ w_' _....... osi_ to e_. dental gold. Will visit your clear sand bottom lake.
food van. 1-4 D.m.dolly or weekend TO DIP.BCTOP.., MAGCASOIOPESATOa I for form In ..$._ far .-. $250/month. Phon. Bob Good terms or discount for
*. Mu.M honet, rn Meanawllllnetowork aNNSn05..psct.d. II inltoofrom home onywh.r. Mr. Rltt-
office Harris 964-5533
clorlcol ond
oed Yy.lnoNaP !skill Mlftcolloooouo or
3SOat.Co cosh. 1 5 with nice
= to
o'viiM. inrao.niON. acres
Good knowyd..5 pros. ei.s. Cor o mutt. Solorv nisn 475-1089.2/1 tfnchg.
TECHNICIAN.abl.Part-time dIIH. ......, moot public fl N... Colt 17040MSCCABTAHV ". HoXdontlol & man. 173.3133.9/6 3tchg 9/20 trees overlooking lake from
Mut be to work
petition. .to. Bouol opoorlunllv em- .. ,
between *:3O om 4 SBO: pm.perlenco ..,oY.'. Send ,...."'. to Older Par Low offico. BMporlonceproforrod llafit product cammorclol* ft....air_candltlavme noflto $3.500 $500 down$50
-V references reouirod Amorlcons sou ci,. MB I4ttSt > .
-ntjforpppf = Mint typo. Pfiono : commloolomi M K wolloceTrooo month. Commercial lots on
coiiJoe. .,O'vllle 01 by 14. to So.m.375-5353. 101 NR 5/151 ;. 372-322
SR-21 North available.

NEED HELP? Owner-Salesman. 473-4375.
,. ......, '7* POP.D tlnlool I74 MUSTANG II. 2/22 tfnchg.
..cNlenontlllbn..appllon.l.. window. radlo..cN1a.M condltlan V-4.automatic trpmmtaalon.r .
Iv cloon, law ....... full _. ..kino sltSO. m-ira anvtlmo po> olr,
$2101.375-2277. Studont Student SHOP Can 372-.723 44455.2770.a ,
Need Extra ? 1 ACRESi on 214 near
.'" 174 PONTIAC SUNBIP.D4cvllndpr TOP.ONAO07DIBIBL *n- Money
.ocllsn/ alNf. I a.peod, radio, radialtireo N. loaded. excellent sw* mile. Keystone Heights. $300
Sul 4N.4..._ 1.100. is moe. suat. Call irmn *.***. '"'*"' .". a.C.IITlls13I1J..m. month.
down. $89.81
N I40 Sdent Need To Reduce Your Monthly Payments? par
CH.VY 1fT4 MCftCEDSTSWO: S* 111"C O B'UO Window Vn.CBeteeu Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367
\\I ton oIe"_. r_. pod. 0oo0 Sunroof, now tiro*. Air. AM/PM Towlne eampmonf -
__._, .. ..odlo. Mint condition. .,..... tl package._ ml. ......I.r.... after 6 p.m. 3/29 tfnchg
Call >7T-J44l after s'JQprico. Call Nowl
W7S P0.0 MAMOBW XLT pickup srauo.177-4003
OATSUN 24OZ, OMCOTIonl automatic fully l.adad.pn01tbo 97' Corvotto T._. DO onemo. ." HORO"CIVIC
4 iBMd. AM-PM oto- monv ontra*. oncellent condi I. low mil**, all oottoM but loattior. 47100 muss, aulloalIC.r.u MARY KAlCOSMETICS
tion 0100.172-3451.5.j: now rodlali.I nip tonalIM.1500 DYER MORTGAGE SERVICE
many nw ports point. $ r.d.,1111 04400.
firm. Studimt, 177-M.lf. or boat oftor. ]-nl4or e -..5.. 3n-47ro
1>77 TOYOTA CELICA ST. pood* Automatic, air power brake/- ,*,. ILVBP. BLUB CAMAP.O.fullv '** VW O ooo condition, good MPO. r.a1NrIM.. SUOOTD condition. SIMO __. wry pod condlSS2M. *comtorfablo,now Inapocttan -
4truxm .. con Sally oftor 7 ot CNI 312.3554445. Ilan, 17.XIM 17*._ IMO. CS NW \mSt.. J77- Louise Starling
Stud.n/. T"7T Pord Cbw/.TOVTti: : ;; : 3Wdml. '
t.74 motor, oncMlont 473-3002
l battarv.onolne tronoportofton -
/ranNn/Ulan In i. goad. mpp. Ooad ..-... body PLYMOUTH, ..........Purv utomatlc'.1. PO. >I4cu. rstoorlne Wf' .11W." MlvlIIVl _' .. i Evenings Keystone\: H.l Nte .
condition. ody In fairly Blood rouen will trodo far ocanomlcal 11125(101'. PM.C/oNdltion.42.005
M, run ..". now, I* MPO.
.505l. 1THQ4I. .. .05
condition Im50.CN1372Fcar. 17SJS1Mmmaauloto too.3TT-mar jrniii. actual ml SJo 5-3247 1

.....'1 vas coutd cony and vl..t. MS1AT OLOBO _". Homo. mt3 JOOt30m WATIRSIUU00ZIM6
you I'.. 4 .... a b m 1147aldo0W0 control hoot/air. On
.collont condition, nlco nalotvbornood. proftvlsta.aao.let. M Alro4lys !.- iit
Priced at _.- for .si.n down SHOolSS / .
ojulcktaMIMcOanloll RSALSTATS..Orokor377M
(IJt3 L J'ilVfffi
.ALTO" ....""31/4 TWO..DP.OOM or 27lillS.VILLA t *Bulldozer Work

.Y OWN... 171 21 Acr.HI'"* Sprlnao Pront_.***par unit tare or Smell
.PoN1.stltl. 1 .... a....... cor- and AI.e..... olantod In Alicia A".U__' Call 177-SO*. '
room wltffi stonokltchon. porntuda pasturo. avollpMo OHCCNTP.C*VILLAOB Now la The Time To Save 011 and Gas Thla
,, 5rpN *laid fin
flroNSc .S.l loreo Sonta Po i rat ./ a Avonu
scram _eft. woortad prlvocv.tow Mien Sprine.. inc ,:::y... .t S.MJU.Oft HoWmrnO*''d.
V_ "'U_ ..rodarnss. Winter By Cleaning And Checking Your
ALTON 04-ian 3pH: ,2 VATH."'"tuov.conlrel'
.ar./s., Aommobi*., na euollfvJ73.TOTI. e vonlnea- 414-141 .,/....., fireplace, cerporf.earope. PondaWILBUR
b $25.100. J a...., 1 aath. Brick and codarfront. laree tot. Plrf merleueat Heaters And Furnaces
a.... :I IATH boowtlful patio Natural oottlne of Pino. n*...._ total drive bvtooa WATERS
......_wren INfor Jrd IIP or ond oak*. in popular Valwaoo at 104 sw l!m St. then call
eMn. '_* ico, foncod "..e"v.._.4 manltw now .....,. 1/1-S47 for g05Mm.flyard. ._ call> f...'..1
.alr- S0& Call am,., .. 064-8962 782-3326
flroplaco novor _. eSa,_. VtCTOPtl AM CHAMM I. ricer '
e-: Wll:ktwolvharno. 37>OS7T4la at Porpotorfl Call J7jn or 171Kovttona -.--,, thece<*+iodral celllns crvo- GasOil'Jr. 880 W. Medsm 8t 8.....
HoTphto tel flroploco end
*) IbamMaionrv
G.OO.siC 00455 NOM/ R.A.. A.OUT .. arM, family 11 M. ....
acres mo. now. 0441 tl.1dn lot porHoMv 4-8728 ,
IA MNMa. 2 aR, under 11......-..." T'I C. rose. 1 irtoranoil oijaad. *prln. ronovatodLocotod ....... to4 cllc. Reamea Furnaces Appliances
X41.000.. No laid Jiman:. ='Cowntnr County.Itlvor CNonp* pfd: Ft. klor COM.*S;*$*l0:.4 1'Mock. S*pm.lake 470- /m stork.llor PL. -- ee4-e.41 Hon,.

_Ie __, 1305. -"It BATH-CLOSM IN .__ .- .
A ISHINGLAKV MlR: I BW. 1 betnTarpeeatIn Alnwol new s .... tvi ......, rtre- ...I to*0*ItM*Tm11L5x.
ay } BM. I both. CO. Mllcb n. Pranklln //r5Place. doufMe par ee. ASawr05 i cotton* onopp and tocanon
kS/dwbod .
Slam'slr.pac. place. On beautiful treed acre morp.p Oo0tlNm5 ;: eU fO0 Wm/.1110.
scrooflod porcn. utility room M. __, of Oelneavllte.47HB74. OM 5.MMiN/. P..ALTO* askwlM R05M.Inc.. DON TENNANT
rrNNyp. W.w.272405._ w,100. In.17.', 377-03 RIALTOA3774005

w PA OUT"IT. .. COUCH. I'udl. _
_.' L/loan.. _. .",275-iaW J. LTcirTsE COURSE
CAM power-peck.Pall a' ft. T..veI -'"'- L
filter Sets contai wiSh .1.. very
p: : y' r' 2T:"' t condition. Sacrmco *** *.
.c5- .on' .451 *.1..O Poll.PL.
174 MANOSIP1 ASS BOAT. 11 -'-. COOP Included si75nopatlable. "AT........, UU..N Eiztq
ft. II* up Morcurv. Pvllvooulppoo Call Both aftor .. WIIM frame. .,1.. ....... oft...
). Many o tro*. Cobr 70025& .
...._MIall.r..$4OQ 1- 4.1M5. ,
\ UPPBT Menaptiany win>s'ass ..4 _..'CAN COUCH"
LIVING P.OOM .T, f ploco.IM ta*>. drawer S lined silver r.caln. _, sea Call Holiday Inn Stork. Florida ,. :
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puns itZ''AMOOANV: *laundbeci I in* proMfOOLP _1_. tin. NaNI wrs.e.d.y.rP..aalr 1.47.4 Will ..TItunder..p.M..p.M.rty ap'Mond W"
_.... ..s. .*oecn, JO" xMldeak _.a_. NN w01400500. Col.... fer 1111 IMdraNri -
'I' .loot*. ....._.:171lljj.KILN' CLu. mint C_"_ __.. :r.ow._ .. 0-..... OR .
F '.' 4 "'.... .... *>4reonmdil Wlloan tan Irons ..*. P1k01M lljjl".a 't..t... WOflo. -. I calls 4Tt-mt for Mo...........r a.
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e Ao Includ** ateclrtctonrton W."_. roeulor s>oe and louins. sae oocn.twin a.1N.
'. .. celier. furMture kit. Hewn woods l->*S**.ITtSUP10 00.-1./nw..O. I mpNy .0 Cell c.tlectl 9043S8244
kiln NHN&Al5.4f3NS "A BBOTOuoon otsoTewcondltlpp 3 Mw a blapWlad_ "
hot colas.5.. ....-. __
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Deadline lor Insertlee'Tbesday ,
1 noes preceding I ., .; .

Thursley before Mibllce j awe FOE SALE "
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,MlnlmuRchorge I]JW. CLASSIFIED tt
(Cover IB Words). AD FURNITVM. double bid,
'.Cfl WO4TW OV9I*if .dresser chest of
t* 10 cent drawer, two mail
k desks ,
/Not responsible for error* .....- -- miscellaneous buffet.......
when given ... .
ever the phone f : .' i
.r when : .. : .1'1'1IJr': Take M 16 to SR 2g9
\ copy U not i iahd tv.... '
turn left first house past .
> brought to the oHk .. CARS CARS & CARS & HOMES 'FOR trailer park. Phono
: HELP WANTED FOR SALE 964-7816. Itchg 9/13.

SEIGIER OIL HKAItRt 3.300 appointment.
CARS & 1978 DOOOB 4 wheel drier 1974 PONTMCilooded. "no BTU with blower, like Phone
6 cylinder regular go, oil", good tires 1000. 1977 Dee1 to Charger HOMISt Why pay LPN'd 3-11| shift. Also. GOOD PRICES PAID for used new, $130. Phone 9646133.tpd '",.
TRUCKS short ooh'-Iba... $4.299. ALSO. 1965 Falcon M(1DR-( ) mileage loaded more? Buy direct from needed. Salary mobile home II mortgage 473-4S08. Itpd 9/13 GARAGE BALBi Saturday. 9
ADAMS,, AUTO SALES. engine' good w/equlpment. save ot factory. Largo selection open Stork. Nursing I* 3/4 paid or YARD BALE Saturday only tll. Baby thing and kit
1,7PONTiACLEMANSr AC Keystone. 4734470. $73. Phone .....6029.power 909 only' 13 I SO. "NAOA" Book of 24, 14. 12 wide. Home 9646220. 9/6 more. OLIN'S MOBILE Sept. 13. B a.m. tll. SIS mare. S03 N.
PS. PB AM/FM S2.499. Itcho '/13 Cypress St.. Storko. Value $4600. Terwlllegar COMMUNITY MOBILE 2tchg 9/13 HOME. SALES 964-5606. Alton Rd. 4 families. Itpd Westmoreland off Pratt
ADAMS AUTO SALES 1971 'O.D COURIER. S 913im Itpd Motors, Storke, Fl. HOMES SALES. US 301 MIDDLE AGED WOMAN to Open 7 day weekly. 9/13 St. Itchg 9/13.
Keystone, 473-4470. pood pickup box covor, Chevrolet North. Open 9 to duskl help operate restaurant. 14 FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT SEVERAL HEMS SxB utility
Itchg 9/13 $4,293. ADAMS AUTO L.W.I. Pickup 1973 Ford' Pkkup-133"W.I. to 6 Sunday. Phone Must cook. Phone WANTED) Mobil horn axles and trailer. Boat ha live trailer. 3 ton control air
1974 CHEVY PICKUPi4x4, SALES Koyitono, at $2293.Automatic (Air) Save Automatic (Power Steering). 9648741. TFchg 964-7184. I Itchg 9/13 and tires. Will pickup well, S37S. ALSO B mo. unit for mobile homo B
SWB radio heater new 473-4470. 'Itchg 9/13 "NADA" $3293.Terwlllegar Good tronportatlon. POUR BEDROOM two bath IMMEDIATE OPENING OlIN'S MOBILE old Yorkshire boor, $100. mm projector' IJOIOII-
H,... S2.10O. Phono GOOD TRANSPOITATIONi Motor, Starko, $....5.00. Terwlllegar home, walking' distanceto Representative for Bradford HOME SALES. ....-5606. I bred Yorkshire/Hamp, operated generator,
9647231. Itpd 9/13 1972 Dodge Poloro. 4 Fla.' Motor, Storke. Flo. school Broadway Cloy and Union Open 7 day a week.,, shire' eras sow. $123. (tereo-B track, 3 piece
I.U FORD TRUCK with top. door;,$430. Phono M. A. If 78 Jeep 4WD. Honcho Street.Only$1100 down, Counties. Rapidly expanding TFchg Phone 9647231. 'Itpd living room suit*. Inquire
per. Low mileage. ISM. Payno. 964-6360.oftor 5 Pickup 21,000milesautomotkAMFM payment und.r croon printing TOP CASH PRICE PAID for 9/13 at 524 N. Walnut St. :,.
Phone 96TFchg.. p.m. Itcho 9/13 40 PERSONALSERVICES $2SO/month. Phone Bob company needs harp. coins, sterling dental B FT. SLIDE-IN CAMPERi Itchg 9/13.
/ 1972 AUDI. air conditioned. 1978 fOlD LTD. ..-< I'ft low mileage. I.49S.. 1'.. AC. gold. 30.000 go* tonk/lovi lnterlor/3 473.3133.9/6 3tchg 9/20 Boss Capitol jewelry chains, optical contained.1000.Phone some white acres and
f It ADAMS AUTO SALES mile Excellent condi 10x13 mud tire w/white STATE ROAD 14 West One Shirt. In this orea frame, watch bonds, ....-.7.2. Itpd 9/13 tipper cream. Ready
,..t Keystone, .473-4470 lion $3.000. Phono spoke wheels/Sliding, rear acre estate 3 BR. 2 liberal commissions, etc. Phone J. R. Bull BIRD DOG. lawtey. Phone soon. If possible. call
I'chg13 782-3873 oftor 6 p.m. window/only $3993. Tor- BILL'S SAW SHOPs Complete both., fireplace, protected territories, Ington. 964-6230. TFchg 782.3013.9/13 3tpd 9/20 before Sept 20. !Phone
Itpd 9/13. '' wllleoar Matar. _._._ sharpening service, circular reasonable term.. Phone thorough training. Will BUYING JUNK BATTERIESand FIVE PIECE BEDROOM SSTt 19646338. Itpd 9/13. '-.(
hand carbide, 96/.5533. Bob Morris 9/6 consider part-time or radiator Paying $100. Fairly new go MUSCADINE ORAPESt Light ,
I I Union chain mower blade 4tehg 9/27 non-competitive lines. top price Will pick up. dryer $130. Phone and dark varieties. t i
County Wi+ E'ltRd 1 hollow ground and 1967 MOBILE HOME 3 For details and personal' Phone 7823762. TFchg 964.5585. Itchg 9/13 U.pick or we pick. Mon !
balanced leave at bedroom, 1V both. interview Call Jim WANTED 3.000 bushels of DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS. New day thru Saturday I- j! ;
Jackson Building Supply. Good condition. To be 1-323-3043 from 7.' p.m.or slosh pine cone. Con. doll by Effanbee. Old' a.m. to 6 p.m. 1.1 miles '
PERSONAL Starke or Keystone Hts. moved off land. Phone mall resume to Bass tact J. L.Water. Lawtey doll In composition N. of 5R 26 on 200A. See ,.
PERSONAL FOR RENT TFchg ....-6861. Itchg 9/13 Capitol Shirt.. P. O. Box 7823200. 9113 2tchg hard plastic and vinyl. signs longneckors, "
SERVICES ALCOHOLICS 1978 DOUBLE WIDI MOBILE 696. East. Palatka. Fla. '/20 Hours 10 to 3,:30 Monday 473-1131 or 473-2702. 1/
.. SERVICES MOBILE ANONVMOUSt Phone HOME 24x70. must 32031. 9/6 2tpd 9/13 thru Saturday DoroCrafts. 9/13 3tchg 9/27. /,
.I- HOMEtJ BR.. furnished 964-3148 or ......582. move Assume X-RAY TECHNOLOGIST 2 miles West of BOATi ft. Duo. 1978 80 HP i
CUSTOM MAD DOZIER OR DRAGLINE work. furnished on larg. lot. 3 M un TFchg payment, no equity. Inquire Must be ARRT Keystone, on SR 100. Mercury III Dude trailer..
DRAPIRIISFroo estimate*. All kind. Grading house with large REMODILINO. BUILDING at S24 N. WalnutSt. registered day shift Iam. The Hangman Phone "73...113. Itpd Excellent condition' I
Local distributors for completely yard. Call 496-3798 after 5 REPAIRSt .. Starko. 9/13 913.GET S2.400. Phone i
drainage, clearing' or fishpond p.m.13 TFN.MUST. New kitchens, 3tchg to 4:30 p.m. Lighton U 964-9737 4 ,
waihablo nationally work done by contract baths, family rooms. 9/27 calls for weekends. Coming YOUR COPY of the Slarke. Itpd 9/13.
advortliod Gord..". .... Brick block 70 ACRES Located near Bradford County SEVERAL ITEMSt slze
or by the hour. Fr. concrete.Fireplace Good benefits, one year King-
Draperies. saw Entorprl.. estimate Dwight William, SELL peclolld. town of Raiford. Includes experience located at Telegraph CENTENNIAL mattress, box springs, .
Ed or Loma Stophoni. 496-2968 after 7 p.m. 8/23 Immediate Delivery Liquidation 1 Grlffl Construction. three bedroom frame Northeast Flo. State ISSUE. We still have a and frame '70: Hide-a
1962219.3/I TFN. TFN. all new all steel 1 building> !. Phono 473-2108. or house.Two mobile home Hospital few copies I.flln the of. bed. $130: Daybed with
40 X 72 x 14 S2 46 pr iq ft 473-2378. TFchg setups; fenced and Contact Maccl.nny.Fla. X 'I,.. 133 W. Call St. bolsters, $45: two end
CLARKES SAW SHOP Com- Call 60.,08 xIS S2 38 per tq It. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANKSIRVICIi cross-fenced. $89.000. 904-2396211, -Ray FOR SALE Don't miss out on this ... on. toffee table
ploto sharpening service. WILL BABYSIT In horn. Collect 1-904-389-6939 Bradford Owner holding mor An equal Issuol You'll get 102 $40 each; twin mattress
hand, circular mower Hot meal. Call my 431-1426. Century Steel' Building. residential pump-outs tgage. After 5. employer opportunity 9/6 page of pure Bradford' and box springs $50.
blade/ ., chain tawi. leave at Img13.. I.. 'I $45. Commercial and Ins 904.786-8274. No 913LICENSED CHAIN LINK FENCE County history for only Phone .....8 SS. 9/13
Crews Building Supply Lak. The dustrial. Fully licensed. Realtors. Itchg 9/13. material. Do It yourselfand $1. TFpdGIAPESt 2tchg 9/20.
Butler 7/3 TFN. Hangman Phone ....1121. TFchg The Hangman lave. Installation Ixto. large TRAMPOLINE New round
U Coming THI MOWER CLINIC. Small PRACTICAL available Freeestimates Muscadines and Scup- list S399.93. sole
USE THI LAUNDRAMAT at INSURANCEMAINES engine and all types of Is Coming NURSESi for day and HandyMan pernongs. EZ picking. U S319.95. 8x13 list
Hwy. .100 by the Handy-Way. lawn mower repaired evening shifts. Salary Fence Co. 964-8339. pick. 30 cents per lb. Lil $399.95. sole S249.93.
We have a wash dry fold INSURANCI AGIN- Including rebarlng. Work FOR RENTPALMS range 1661.1846 mon TFchg ly'* Vineyard 13 mile Phone 1-778-3227 Jax,
.orvlco: .23 per lb. Attendant nit 160 S. Lak. Axe. Lake FOR SALE done reasonably. Henry thly. REGISTERED NURSE BAHIA MAY Argentina East of Keystone Hts., TFchg
on duty. TFN Butler, 496-3978. Complete. Browder.. ....-5760. 6/21 I'. for day evening and highly' fertilised. Phone Hwy. 100. Florahome. ENCINOi All kinds, hog
Insurance Service. TFNiiutr tfchg. APARTMENTS Fur. night shifts.Salary range 9646071. TFchg Phone_ 6392121. 8/30 wire, welded wire, barbwire
SEPTIC TANK AND CREASI. BIRCH" IPM Pest Control nlshed efficiencies and 1 $872.$1138 monthly plus WATSON'S HOUSE OF "_'r". .'. nM wood chain: link:
cieonoul Trailer EVERYONE '1? (iNSWABlEi 1976 RANGER Boss Boat IS Service of Pie.. The BR ap" ., weekly or mon 7'/i pct for evening and VACUUMS Many brands FRESH VvER SHRIMP, for free estimates. MANNING .
roofs and m.tal roof cool |Imm.dlat., ft. with IISHPM.rcury.12or March I I. On To Rid Your thly. NEW FURNISHED night shifts REGISTERED of new vacuum. Used your freezer Please call FENCE CO.
sealed.' Day or night service. cov.rag.USHER by 24 volt trolling motor. Fully Home of Nuisance..... STUDIOS monthly only. NURSE II'. for day. evening machines available. Dusty Chaney Green 473-4822. Keystone, ,
HTSS1" F0r.yth< 26 equipped. Cobra. deluxe Call .....5534. 6/21 TFN 2313 N. Temple, Stark. and night shifts. Ports and accessories for Cove Springs 384-9733. TFchg
... 0|" 4962903.TFN or drlv.-on trailer. .$...000. SEWING MACHINES TFchg Salary range $919.$1204 all vacuum system .404 8/30 4tchg 9/20 ALUMINUM PlATESi Used
predated. 3/31 Phone 496-3463. 9/6 2tchg REPAIREDl All moke. MIMOSA MANOR mobile monthly plus 7'/i pct. for NW 10th Ave WATCH OUT FOR newspaper plates 23
913NICE cleaned oiled and ad- home pork mobile evening and night shifts. Gainesville, phone FREDERICK He Is comingour 5/8x36". 25 cents each
HARVEY'S LAND DEVELOP lusted $10. Work "homes and paces for Located at Northeast Fla. 3767110. TFchg way. We carry complete BRADFORD COUNTY
MENTiLond clearing and HELP HOMB on well land. guaranteed James rent. Phone 468-2912. State Hospital Macclen* DO DROP IN Bargain,, Houses line of hurricane TELEGRAPH 964-6305.
,bulldozing work. By hour or coped acre lot. Located Strickland corner 3/22 TFchg ny with generous fringe US 301 South. W* buy tu-downs and equip TFchg
contract. Rood built. fish WANTEDCORRESPONDENTS near center of town. Many Morgan Rd. and Hwy 16. ONE 'HOUSEKEEPINGROOM benefit, nine paid and sell used furniture. ment. OLiNS' MOBILE ROUND BALES OP HAY
ponds dug. and culverts Installed. pecan shade tree*. Deep TFchg AC) one ..Iplngroom. holidays; paid vocation Phone 964-6740. 9 to' S HOME SALES. Hwy 100 Fresh cut. SIS each 80
Contact Superior well and city water and BABYSITTING 'In my home; very low*, price, sick' time and retire Man.-Thurs, 9 to 6 Fri. West Starke. Itchg Woods Brooders, S10 L'
Cleaners. 239-2078 Alter 6 NEEDED tower. Three SR. 2 bath. lawtey area, near 3 AC: UNDERWOOD ment. Excellent education and Sot. 3/1 TFchg 913.RUMMAGE. each one or all. Phone
p.mi call.Eugen. Horveyr For- -'''ravllfeMoll ftda>WeAthlngton 2-car garage! hardwood oak j prisons. Christian horn., MOTEL US 301 4 miles programs provided. BRIC-A-BRAC' SHOP Just SALE Saturday 782.3140, TFchg
273-2552,. or Ray Harvey Springs a .?"ar floor Eat-In kitchen. Cedar preferences. Phone North of Storko. TFchg Excellent working condi opening. Hwy 21 North corner Madison and ONE PONY with saddle I
275.2768 In Sanderson. 8/23 more Information call Union closet. CH/A family room 7823640. I'chg13 TWO BEDROOM apartment: tions. Contact Nursing of Keystone Hts. Walnut' Streets by Sod bridle. $175. Call. ) '
Stchg 10/11.'. County Tim.. 496-2261. and crooned porch. Adjacent PIANO LISSONSi Now apply at 870 McMohon Director 9O .25'.6211. Ceramics, plaques, cocks. Itchg 9/13. 7833068: Itpd 9/13.
TFNpd. acre available. W. S. scheduling. Beginning St., Slarke, 8/9 TFchg ..t. 101 An equal opportunity dolls, Indian Jewelry REGISTERED APPALOOSA
HELP WANTED River. 496-2241 or students Phone TWO BEDROOM Mobile employer 9/6 other Items. Phone STUD. 4 years, excellent
EARN GOOD MONEY AT 496-3841. TFchg 485.1 175. Brooker area home on Klngsley lake, 2tchg3! 473-7042. 7/26 TFchg disposition' proven rTnS5mmm\\
MEDICAL TECHNICIAN HOMEl Cl.rlcahomework/ Nell Mann. 9/6 3tchg AC control heat and EARN GOOD MONEY ot NURSERY SALSi Potted $1800' or best offer
Car..r Service positions opportunity. Experience unnessary. 1971 MAXIDVNE. Complete '/20HOUSICUANINO small cottage, AC heat home: clerical homework plants' 'ft price:; fruit Phone .....67.... Itchg I CENTER !
located at all male correctional Part or full time. new pulpwood AND winter rates, Sept. I to opportunity. Experienced trees, apple 6'-7', $8 'In 913.YARD .
Institution R.. For Information ...ndqulr.m.nte trailer. Rood ready. Call BABYSITTING services May: ISO deposit. No unnecessary, can, citrus trees, $6 30 SAlEi MiscellaneousItems. I Paneling Molding I
ore High itamped 496-2423. Itpd 9/13. provided. Babysitting ,pet*. Phone 333-2366. port or full-time. For Intoend and $8 'In cans, figs, $2 419 N. Thompson 1
School Graduate and three envelope to C > W Co., P.O. weekdays. Call Carolyn TFchg ( tamped, elf- gal. can; grapevines, St. 9 a.m. to S p.m. Sept | Kitchen Cabinets
year of professional' lox 113, Mocclenny Florida SWEET POTATOES $8 00 per 9645730.tpel/ 9/13 MODERN FURNISHED APTt I addressed envelope' to C bearing' $3 gal. can; 13. Itpd 9/13 1 Counter Tops *
nursing experience and 32063. 9/13 2tchg 9/20. bushel. Elery GrlMls, REMODELING AND ADDITIONS bedroom wall to wall W Company. P. O. Box hedge plants, boxwood Vanltle.FREE. I
/or LPN license desired. 1963655.9/13 2tchg 9/20. ) Paul'. Framing. carpet, AC ample IIS Mocclenney Fla. ligustrum viburnum; HAY Bahia or Allsio. continually
Salary rang. I.I $9.667 HELP WANTED Free ...Ima'... Phone private paved parking In 32063. 9/13 2lchg 9/20 shade trees, podocorpus cutting for field or I i
$12,369 annually. Other YARD SALE Saturday 96/-8015. 9/13 '4tchg rear 24 hr. security CLERK TYPIST/AD. ; camellias, azaleas, barn sales. From 73< per
car..r service benefits Experienced IS. Ceramic main Item but 104PLAYMATES lighting. Modern electric MINISTRATIVE ASS?. bottle brush, pampas bale up according to quality I ESTIMATES I
available. Pulpwood have all kind of 380 WANTED kitchen. Phone 964-8394 Must be able to type 43 grass. O.C. CARNES lorry laFollelte, Starke.
Applicant should apply load.Operator to cut skid and S.E. 3rd. Avenue, Lake Quiet, private, cool after 5 p.m. No childrenor CWPM general' NURSERY 23 miles SE of 964.6273. TFchg. I YAUGNN-IOHNSON
to Personnel, Union Correctional Contract basis Butler. Itchg 9/13. spacious. Fenced play. pets NOT A MOTEL. knowledge of office procedure Starke on Hwy. 100 otFlorahome. Ski Boat 16 It. fiberglass, I
Institution 1'.0.Equlpm.nt furnished. yard. Homo atmosphere 9/13 2tchg 9/20 *, ability to work Phone 73 boot '74 Mercury 65 hp CO. B f
Box 221. Raiford. Florida Contact Free Estimate Phone 964-3610. Itchg MOBILE HOMES from $130 to well with the public. Applications 639-3163. 8/30 4tchg engine, gator-tdt, trailer, ,, I B
32083 4311212. "An SuwannTlmberCo.Equal 9/13. SISO/monlh 9/20 MO Thompson St.
((904)) plus ISO or resumes 1800. Call 964.3764, day
Opportunity 1'.0.80.,212, MOW LAWNS damage deposit. LAND must be submitted to the 34 FT. CONCOID CAMPERt
or 431-1640 after 8.00 p.m. | Old Core Cole Plant. H
lake S.If
Employer/Affirmative Action City. FI.32053 FOR RENT OR IEASE.22: Community Development -contained: ALSO
Employer." I'hon.752.1211 TRIM SHRUBBERY / .Furniture Refinlshln acres, pasture or farm. office City Hall. City 1973 Ford car. Phone tfchg B04-I ineaBBaaaar
9/13 Stehg 9/27. Itchg 913.Sept. EDGE SIDEWALK Inquire ot White Trailer of Storko, by Sept. 21, ..6..7571.13 4tchg The Hangmen I II. I
1 1 Patio/Walk Stones I IParking Pork SR 16 and 225. 9/13 1979. Starting salary 10/4 Is Coming' I i1IIIImIIII !
LANDSCAPE_ .. __ __ n tpd'L to/. rang., -"-,.-.-.-, to *--',+-w
Bumpers/ TWO BEDROOM :mobile annually,, Affirmative
OBEDIENCE & PROTECTION TRAININGHas Call Us Installation I home, convenient to Action/Equal Opportunity CRAPES WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME?

tUCN'SLAWN hopping center. No Employer "Itchg 9/13 Scuppernong
Finally Come fa The Waldo Area. SUNSHINE ACRES pet, no children. Phone LADY WANTED to help out A VA-No Money Down
', 9648810. Itchg 9/13 In small business. Will
Classes To Begin Monday 24. At 7 P.M. SERVICE TWO BEDROOM HOUSES furnished train for secretarial and Mutcadino
9ea*7e99 EZ to pick FHA-Mlnlmum Down Payment
$6S/month.. outdoor work. Must enjoy
Call Brenda Francis 468-2591 Let Ring II., 782-3354 Phone 9647262. "Itchg traveling living accommodations Op.n.v.ryday8am
'"3KINOSLIY If 'DarkSpencer's ,Conventional? Up To 90% Financing
LAKE WATERFRONT desired.' I'han.782.3991.
HOMEl 3 Itpd '/U. Finn Cm for An Appointment
Phono Needles bedrooms completely Vineyard
4942126 19429Ew furnished. Available Sit 235A DYER MORTGAGE SERVICE
Records. Tapes Sept.-May. Phone Pet AlachuaPh.
Jan. S. Ush.r. Realtor 333-2884 or 2690308. 473.7087
.Serta MattressesCase Itchg13 462-132V
360 West M.I.t St
lab.Iwl.r BoardingTender -
KnIves'Dahmer's 2-Bdrm. MM partielly fur-
nlshed. located In coun
FOR SALE try. Call 964-3630 alter levfng Core with
JJJ... 5:00: p.m. Itpd '"3. family In country ,,_.. REPAIR
IDEAL FOR ENTERTAINING 3 or 4 bedroom home has on exceptionally horg. CONCRETE BLOCK Daily persenefftee play. HOUSE REPAIRS, ROOF REPAIRS, BARNS |Y WTll*. >. ..!.Drilling! .
sunken d.n with attractive fireplace 'In corner. Modern kitchen CH/A, hardwood Inc. BUILDING, 96' x 50' '/* exercise end ..,,'.... H... BUILT, PAINTING, ROOM ADDITIONS '.
floors, spacious room,,lot( partially fenced with property facing 3 street* make mile from Starke city Starke. 944.6741.REGISTER I. SCREEN 2" Thru 6"'
this home IDEAL. ; 964.7923 limit on North JUJ 301; PORCHES. ETC. Reasonable Prices Fast

LANDSCAPED-I: -i* the, way to'describe-sWELL : this attractive and very neat home. 110 E. Calf St. ..$250/monthaPhont....796$. Itchg 9/13. 473-3997 Day 473-2803 After 5 P.M. Drilling Equipment Rotary;

Many ..trat Include dishwasher.. CH/A. W/W carpet, bar In kitchen, fenced In. JTATE LICENSED'
bock yard. Call now to tee tht",.3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath home TODAY. ......................

2 BEDROOM HOME p.".1/4 acre In lake Butler, Ideal for couple or single person. PUBLIC AUCTION .' GAS JOt $.AND TbtapM OIL:; Handyman ....Pum.!!......
Neat and clean also close to .c.haol..Own.r anxious to SELL.
H4-S8M New a .,U.edS".I.Part"SOI'VIce
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TRAILER LOTS for sole. Three block from Main Street; Owner financed. 10om.Satur7ay>pt. 15, 1979 LP Bottles Fence Co.

WORTHINGTON SPRINGS-3 bedroom T1/2 bath on 31/3,lots one block off SR 121 .2 mils S. of STARKE FLA. on US 301 ',A

Owner moving out of town needs to make quick SALE; CONTRACTORS EQUIP a MATERIALS Motor Hanes Filled 964-8559 .......E.-.Z.Terms............

COMMERCIAL BLDG. ON SR-231-Approx. 1800 sq. f'. with one ocr. more or less. .Kohler 800, new Power aluminum. Plent. , .let of electric, compressors' motor* ft Vs. . .. .Plumhlnq!

Ideal for shop retell, wholesale' or garage. Ha garage door. entrance, on .Id. many.tlter IteM.. ': : 11 'to',;:,." f. .. .
Also has panelled office. ts8stllttrl5 ;:!. New
2 BEDROOM TRAILER on.three lots to at S730O plus mixer. walk,fe. fr....* ..ler. '.' ", Remodef Repairs
trailer payoff. Will sell, one lot ot a,.I}"',.. ... ., .' ke/ceke/cuetare'. machine dish washer ,1
v ) Jt'f'rKJR teem q.........,.....H1urrni.
',', ". ".' ', table, many ..... .. lit...... MOBIC.E HOME Industrial & Residential
"RENT. f.
.. .,.':. ;j fl.) HEAVY EQUIPMENT Chain Link .....................
I 2 bdrm. house partially furnished. SI33.. First and lost mo rent required. lee........front.. loader,lerh lift,term trecter.trucks.. '
1 bdrm. trailer partially furnished. $110. First, and last mo. rent required. I let .* f-reed tlree.'M ft.' mefcJIe. hems 16 ft..bass 100 AMP PUMP A SUPPLY ,
t '2 bdrm. frailer partially "'rnithedSI50.;: First. ,and las mo. rent required.. ", ...... ditrt'M.'Fr',,IY.q. ..r.4 '!I.h',Y 'f"\" 'i" Licensed City 'A'Cbunty' v R '" ,
3 to 4 bel,,", homo! lor rent,or(ease."* r; ,,'.'"r ''OJ ". 1\\ :"i : .,;,: ; ., 'tt COMPANY ,t
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7R ) "WANTED For W_ C llirf'WiVj{ ) St*. 'I Accepted' +h. ,,,1' .Expert: 'Installation""< Be4'N.TampteAv..\
McDevgeA AesUea Company .,.' '
.> iOO to 240 odes In Union County suitable for.crops,cWN.;with or without home. 904-773-7980. -i
Buyer will pay $900 per acre.SO free Estimates Starke, Fla.oewcei15., 'I
oer..In Union County with boa, cottle.or.chicken operation..Would( like owner: 'i't I
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