Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01407
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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N $3 Million Budget .

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-- By County Commission

I Using $500,000 in carry-over funds, are about the only new funds in the Medicare, Medicaid, Social Securityand
cutting some $140,000 in requests for lew spending bill. retirement benefits.
new spending back to current levels, The proposed property tax levy is The new budget is some $200,000
"' "" and dipping into its road funds for up slightly to 9.93 mills, from 8.887. more than last year's budget, the
\:fJ'J: some $5.500, the Bradford County Because of the five percent increase county clerk's office says. For the
I. r {i ;+' Commission has balanced a $3 million 'fn the tax levy and a net increase of most part however, spending requests
.... budget for fiscal 81-82. some $9 million in property tax were held to their 80-81 level.
\< assessments, the commission will At the close of Monday night's

,"... ... .. .. .r. ., .,. County employees will get a seven realize some$128,000 in new property meeting the commission adopted the
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percent pay raise in the new budget, tax funds. The county also receivedan $3 million spending document as its
BMS Gym Unsafe? and the Homemaker's program will unexpected increase in federal tentative budget. A public hearing on
get $2,548 in new funds, $1,800 was revenue sharing funds, some$231,000 the new document is set Wednesday,
Middle school student will have to'play outside for the It Is an Inconvenience: : In the school already overcrowded : Budgeted I for agriculture office equip- for fiscal 81-82. Sept. 9at7:30p.m.ln: the commission
next few weeks until It can be determined whether the at maximum with 800 students. On rainy days the ment, and the library got $2,000 in additional Only other expenditures that went meeting room in the courthouse on
cracks: in the wall of the gym make It unsafe and If so. students will bave to meet In the caletorlum.I : funds over la'sTyear. Those up are such mandated items as North Temple Avenue in Starke.
until the walls shored
are up. L_Commissioners!.I? ._ u got_ line! i item
uuugeis lasi neanesuay nigni, tug.
19, and then went over it line item by
Middle School Gym Closed to Students line item in Monday's session. Clerk
Gib Brown CPA Pat Farnsworth,and
{, b r'a I Commissioner E.W. Hodges
presented the board with a balanced
budget Aug. 19, by using the hefty

I Hi&h: Wind Could Cnll/msf Walls. is Fpur ding carry-over requests.Monday and. cutting all new spen
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Bradford school officials were design and could be produced by local joints to prevent excessive crackingof changed some of the line items,
I r. a.r jreeted on opening day Monday Aug.: wind storms," Dr. Self states in his the masonry and to provide for granted the few increases, but kept
A'r 24, with a letter from architect Craig letter. deformations resulting from the budget in balance.
Salley declaring the middle school The 1969 and earlier editions of the temperature differentials and lateral Original spending requests totaled
gymnasium unsafe, and they closed it Southern Standard Building Code required sway. $645,238 more than expected revenue.
down. the design wind pressure for, Dr. Self first investigated the gym The large carry-over of $500,000 cut
Barricades were placed around thee walls under 30 feet high to be 25 psf walls.July 14 with then again July 30 that overage down to$145,000,and the
pr- gym Tuesday morning. Dressing (pounds per square foot) in Starke, along with architects Salley and commissioners cut back on new requests
rooms, classrooms and the- Dr. Self states in his Aug. 21 letter Morgan. After he studied Morgan's to squeeze budget into balance.
4 afetorium in the building can still be:, which translates to a 94 mph wind. In engineering calculations and show CPA Farnworth said they couldn't
,jsed. j,,, 1974 the code was changed and a more drawings "I am even more apprehensive believe the large carryover. In fact,
Principal Dewey McKinney sajjlr comprehensive method for obtaining about the stability of the Farnsworth said,he added the figuresup
1d bR he'd had a good opening dayOuntlT) ,design, wind pressure was presented, masonry walls than I was following five times to make sure the pat
,.;. Supt. Tom.Casey phoned himut the$e)$,letter says.This-.section of the 'my'letter 10'0\1'ea.July.14,Dr Self ryover was really there.
: !araap.m/MantaxZtojjc-rnaa>> : -the gym., ", tct'de is still hurrent 9 r. : key*'! said ,.,'
.-I s,. 4 i ""*wnif,an ersr rolIment-appioachJngv: OW' ,.Jt."drst'atJt me thbdd7liYw'1! LViOQi't9 a' : """!+' yRea11y,4hat.wasth_n; ,
students, McKinney doesn't need design wind of 90 mph with an "The engineering calculations Carryover. r,
a.? ., facilities closed down which handled associated pressure of 18 psf, relating to the laterals displacementof Funding this year's budget requests
1 r r M some 150 students each hour. somewhat less than required when the steel framing are not sufficiently vould have taken 3.23 mills in addi-
1 kl But school officials had no choice the gym was built. However, the state comprehensive and a number of tional taxes Farnsworth noted. The
t '. 5 1 ; vhen they received architect Salley's Department of Education requires a approximations are Introduced that county commission is limited by law
i- recommendation Monday. Salley bas design wind of 120 mph, or 32 psf. cause the sidesway to be under- to 10 mills, is already at 9.337 mills,so
X44, I ed his recommendation on that of Dr. Self recommends that the project estimated by about 100 percent," Dr. couldn't have raised that amount in
structural engineering. expert Dr. architect Don Morgan, and his Self wrote to Salley. "Only east-west taxes.
Morris Self.Closing structural engineer conduct a study of sway is considered. North-South sway The county simply cannot continue
the gym Monday follows the problem and to submit plans for is also important. I am not concerned indefinitely to finance deficit budgets,
months of investigation of cracks in remedial construction. The study about the strength of the structural Farnsworth said.
; the 25 foot high walls. The cracks should include the following considerations steel framing, only the lateral move- "It's got to run out sometime," the
'have been there since the buildingwas : ment under wind loading," Dr. Self CPA warned."I .
new, says former principal Jesse al) Calculations of of wind-induced wrote Salley. think we ought to start right now
1 F ,l I :'Moore. The gym was built in 197273. lateral sway of the steel framing.b Supt. Casey says that in being conservative," said Commissioner
Architect was Don Morgan. Triest ) Increasing the stiffness of the preliminary discussions, architect Carter, who then suggested a
Construction of Keystone Heightswas steel frame if deemed necessary.c Morgan has agreed to bear the cost of moratorium on hiring. When
the builder. ) Design of vertical pilasters corrections to the gym walls. The somebody quits, don't replace them,
Architect Salley put the recommendation capable of transmitting wind loads school board met Wednesday night, Carter suggested.That .
in writing Monday and broughtthe from the walls to the steel frame Aug. 26, to discuss with the problem may be a good idea, Farn-
letter to Supt. Casey. Salley's let- without overstressing the masonry.d with architect Salley and Morgan was sworth said.
ter recommended that "steps be ) Details and locations of control invited to that meeting. Clerk Gib Brown wanted more
i taken immediately to protect the leeway in his reserve fund, but it end-
# safety of the students and teachers at ed up about $40,000, a bare amount.In .

the school.First, immediately discon- CitvCommissionp.ra Vt tP. Np.w TrSlli11 Poli..vJ the new budget the hospital will
tinue use of the gymnasium. Second, --- ------------- --- .. -- ----- -J have to get by with the same$125,928,
,ya jset up barricades to keep students
A new commerical trash
and other at least 30 feet pickup I In order to increase revenue and County Budget...
the away from charge of $2 a pickup or $8 a month 'give the service requested, a new <( east and west walls of the .
gym.Salley's minimum will into effect Oct.
go 1,the policy was presented by the council.
recommendation was based Starke city council decided Tues. New commerical rates are $2 per
exactly on an Aug. 21 written night Aug. 25.!
'pickup, with an $8 minimum
report from Dr. Self whom Salley re- During the budget hearing Aug. 24, ftnonth. If you have a city approved per
tained for the structural analysis.
the city commissioners discoveredthe
join will receive discount of
you a Sod
"My structural analysis of the east
policy for trash collection was not or $1.50 per pickup. Service will be 1
and west walls of the gymnasium indicates being enforced.
given six days a week.
that for the of materials
type Sometime ago a fee was established
,. Cracks Hard to See... and method of construction used, the for commercial trash pickup, $30 a Utility Director Merrill Dees was 91 6 eJ
walls could: possibly collapse (SO per- month for asked, ,
seven day pickup. After to
Principal Dewey personally contact mer-
McKinney: points to MM of the cracks: In the middle
school: cent chance) under of 48
a wind only ,
looking at the books it seems chants to to eliminate
gym wall* Cracks: are difficult: to see In photo but have been there almost since only a try un-
MPH. This wind speed is considerableless
the gym was built In 1972-73. few commerical pickups were being necessary time spent picking up trashat
than the code requirement for charged the full amount. large businesses.

I ;,;:. ,Rental Addition at Pine ,Forest, Orange-; St. Duplexes.-. Turned Down 4J 0 0Two I

proposals that would have add-' Mary Peterson the dissenting vote. month when a spokesman for Davis Reddish FRIDAY SATURDAY
ed rental accomodations in Stark I A third request was brought forth originally brought the plan forth, was Coastaline's railroad track culvert in answered. AUQUST2I$21!
were turned down and a third was by developer D.M. Hale, one that that II Davis builds up land to increase the area with all agreeing that it was Orange St. Drew YARD SALE
tabled for future discussion at the would put a 4f{-unlt apartment com his complex size from 81 to 105 indeed the crucial point slowing United Pentecostal Church
' "" Tuesday night, Aug. 29:, meeting of plex on a 5.7 acre tract on SR-100 on living units the result would be a drainage in Starke. Board member Most to MeetingThe 2221 Raiford Rd.
,, \ the Starke Zoning and Planning the south side of Alligator Creek backup of water into areas further Claire Capps requested Davis attempt proposal for a duplex facing
board., behind Pinehurst Grocery and across north.. to reach the powers that be to Orange Street drew most of those in SATURDAY. AUGUST2fMUSICAL
Owner Ronnie Davis came before the highway from Southslda Elementary Pointing out that the Pine Forest solve that problem before moving on attendance at the, meeting as Crosby
the board with a proposal to add 24, ,The board looked over site plans Apartment area was a cypress to his expansion plans. Davis smiled had sent all area property owners a New River Baptist Assoc.
more living units tit the Pine Forest for the project but asked that Halle 'swamp before Davis came in with his and answered. I'd rather do this letter advising them that the topic Youth Choir Music Program
.-: Apartment Complex on SR-l00 but, and builder Royal American of apartment complex some five years first" pointing to his expansion would come up. "The Mountain Son,"
that was rejected,at least for the time' Panama City provide a second copy'of '' ago Vice-Chairman Walter Westcott blueprint."I Opinions voiced included the fear 7:30 p.m.-BHS Auditorium
being, on the grounds that it would the site plan and other material required read a passage from Starke's comprehensive know, but then we'd never get that the duplexes would bring in a Free Admission
," lead to wetter grounds in the '' this done, Capps shot back.
; portion by city zoning laws before full plan that listed the Pine stream of, comers and goers", and Public is invited
of Starke termed "a catch basin for consideration ,be given to Forest complex along with Southside After the vote, which came on a motion would disrupt the nature" of
flooding" that lies above Davis'com-: posal. Halle and a Royal Amer: Elementary School, and the Bradford by Westcott and second by Capps, the area. Ely said that, on the con TUESDAY., SEP M5ER 1
plex. representative' promised to comply High-Starke Elementary area as Davis asked the board"to understand trary, he felt his duplex was needed CITY OF STARKE '
quickly, saying 'we're ready to build three areas that suffered the worst the action you've just taken and in the badly in Starke where'rental
Developer back'before 7
Jerry Ely came Meeting- P.M.
, the board with his plan to build as soon" as we can get approval from flooding when ft-inches of rain were future to not allow developmentabove tunities are few and would serve to
,you. dumped on Starke in May 1978. this point that would cause the
two Starke beautify the
duplexes in west on a corner same problems neighborhood, but the
A you've to.
for "Heli-Pad" objected
lot facing Orange and Francis, request building a : .is that we would be zoning board went with the majority
Streets but residents of the area came I I at Bradford County'Hospital for lan stopping water at your point and "No argument there," Chairman of voices.

in force and the great majority of ding a helicopter used In hospital pushing water on areas up higher bet- INSIDE........
what would be the transportation was expected to come ween state road
duplexe's new 100 and the back of Two Sections
neighbors spoke out against the idea. up Tuesday but Zoning director AI the Vo-Tech," Westcott said.
Crosby informed Euclid Street he PnvPrlSealed SECTION At
councU that
The Zoning board had stressed that It. Davis answered .
Alachua General Hospital no longer "any develop -- -- '- -- - - -- News..........Pages 1A.2AA3A
would not "spot-zone" Ely's corner ment on that side of Starke is going to Editorial.......... ..
but instead needs the landing site bids for asphalt were receive Bids were also received for citymployees' .1.. Page 4A
would consider rezoning'from Pine present this sort of problem... it's go- ed by the city commissioners Tues., health insurance. Six insurance Society....,....,...Pages S*'A
Rl-C (residential) to RP Forest Vote 4-1 lag to change the structure,"and then
Aug. 25., for the of Euclid St. Correspondence. 10A&
paving companies submitted bids Pate 11 A
(professional) the entire two block the vote on the Pine Forest additions added 'The real solution to that ... .
problem Bids were received from John Hipp, which were read .at the Tues. Sports. ." '..u.Pages 12-14A
area bordered
by Christian St. and'Orange Is to the
went 4-1 against with chairman: open ditch at Alligator Columbia, and Keystone Paving. meeting SECTION Bi
Street and disected: by Jefferson -, Drew Reddish opposing (and Creek but that's out of city jurisdic- Low bid Real Estate A .
St. After listening the citizens tloa." was $9,200 received from A month's extension was requested Legal Page 3B
on hand the board to members Julius Royals and Joe A Keystone Paving. rrom Blue Cross, the current carrier, Obituaries.,....;,.....Page IB
.down turned Ely's, proposal Williams absent). The main concern discussion followed on the ditch at Work on Euclid St. should begin n order for the commissioners to Briefs.... ..... ....:...Page SBClassifieds.
by 3-1 vote with Mrs. Alligator Creek
the cormcj exrrealied.as they did last and Seaboard =oon. review the bids. .,,.......Page eB&.7BI

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Page 24 TELEGRAPH August 27.1981

Take Less ,Education Funding; and Like It, State,Officials, Tell Local School StaffCount


your blessings was the costs In an average Florida county to ing was Bradford School Board first evolved but as:'\Nr with $11 almpU' Carey Ferrell defended the FEFP, board members they should levy
message of state education funding live in Bradford 95.46 percent in Member Patricia Spongier. Present systems especially when Involved saying small rural counties have some discretionary millage to secure
experts to local school personnel Mon Clay. 94.68 in Union and 97.01 in from the state level and'explaining politics became more complicated., benefited from the equalization since 'additional state funding. Levying 16
day night. Aug. 24, in a hearing on Alachua. additional school mills would raise
the FEFP to some 60 local persons If small rural counties are worried 1973.
some counties Being paid less per student Bradford is second from the bottom ,,. mostly educators, were Dave Liken, about the present price indexing "Where does the power base lie today some$250.000 for Bradford school he
than othen. i county,to school funding. Only: PutrtnamjG l .st iff analyst in charge of education they should really be worried ?" asked Ferrell. "In South said. .
Going ,by 4Sftbtd cost-oMiving: ; 1'; and transportation for the House Ap- about a new system being proposednow Florida in large counties, he said, ,
survey which) shews it costs'less to' dent, Siijrt.Two' !Casey noints'out.' '' prbpriations Committee; Carey PerrM .- which would be much worse for answering his own question. levies only the minimum required
live in some Malt of,Florida than Under the district cost differential: ; |, Department of Education director them Liken said.Crosby. Ferrell gently told local schooled millage.
others the, state'*Legislature funds under'which Bradford is funded at
of public schools fair<<>>\the'state; Dr.Ddn .
some counties including Bradford 95.62 of the basic state FTE unit!:, or MiCtiruder, director of the!
Clay and Union Counties, less than 1184.72, Clay is funded at 98.15'per' -' Florida School Board.rUsociation. I
others. In 1973 state education fun cent of the basic FTE unit or$1.216.07per Also present were Rep. Frank Promises Balanced City Budget by Tuesday
ding was equalized but the cost of living student. Union County:is fundedat WUI ms'ID-CrystallL! I ke. and the -
index was put in as a plum to get 95.94 percent of the basiCFTE unitor aides ofaSen. George of
Kirkpatrick, An increase in the salary a dogcatcher
legislators from large south Florida $1,188.69 per student Alachua at D-GainesviJle, and Sen. Pete Skinner With Starke's new $3 million spen- Citizens was given by Hardrlck
counties to vote for the Florida 98.17 or$1,216.32.School D-Lake ;. ding bill still $23,000 out of balance, Taylor. The commissioners voted to from $113 per month
Education Finance Program officials from all three coun- Dave .Liken City. who Dp. McGrudersays City Commissioner Jimmy Crosbyhas share with the county the amount was approved. first'
(FEFP), ties attended the hearing; Monday "knows the FEFP'like the back promised to have a balanced needed locally which is' ,less than When the there budget was a was deficit of
Under the pricing0Index; the state night in the Starke Woman's Club. of his hand,"said the FEFP and price budget by next Tuesday Sept. 1. .$BCIOO. presented After hours of work
$288,656. many by
it costa 92.72 of what itI force in the hear-
figures percent getting
Driving up indexing was a simple system when Crosby says the council is trying to The sanitation and tra'h depart- Commissioner Jimmy Crosby CPA
keep expenditures about the same as ment cut its original budget requestby Pat Farnsworth and Linda Wise of the
in the current budget.Representatives 42000. Instead of buying a new Office the deficit has been
I Public School truck they lease-purchase. reduced to 25000.
Hearing on Budget is Monday Night of the outside Crosby said he feels this budget Is

agencies made their budget needs Deleted from the general fund was an honest, conservative one and has
known Monday night. Chamber of the$3,770 yearly salary for a building been reduced without an increase in
A public hearing on a $9.9 million project funds total 344554. teachers do you want to let go?" Commerce and the Bradford County inspector. Building Inspector Merrill taxes or utilities rate.
tentative school district budget is set Supt. Casey assured members of Casey was joking but it wasn't entirely Library presented what commissioners Struth is retiring in October and the The commissioners will meet Tuesday
Monday night Aug.31,at 7 p.m.in the the bargaining unit of the Bradford a joke as Principal Moore well said were informative budget council hopes to pick up those duties Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. to finalize the
school board meeting room in the ad- Education Association that teacherswill knows. If the school doesn't come up requests. A new request for Concern- with another department. budget.
ministration building on N. Temple receive their annual step up in with the expected enrollment
Ave. in Starke.A pay for experience and for any new something will have to give. -- --
degrees earned even though the board School principals all reported a
budget packet about an inch thick and BEA are at impasse in their smooth opening. Only blemish was :
was handed school board memberslast bargaining talks. Last year's salary the closing of the BMS gym on recom- I Now Available In Starke
Thursday night Aug.20, for themto schedule is in effect until a new one is mendation of the school board architect -
study prior to the budget hearing. adopted, Casey said. because walls may be unsafe.
The board unanimously adopted as "You got a lot of information that
tentative the budget as presented by has no relation to the real world"
Supt. Tom Casey and his staff. Supt. Casey told the BEA membersand ,
school board. Lunch MenusMenus I
The total school budget is made up Casey said the principals and his
of the operating budget of 7684081. staff have "minutely studied the
of which by far the biggest portion is budget" and that it is "fairly and For Middle School. Vo-Tech Center.
salaries of the 400-some( school per- evenly distributed." Starke Southside Lawtey, Hampton
sonnel. Salaries total $5,314,426 and Individual school budgets are the and Brooker Elementary Schools: .w +w rs .rw ,'.
employee benefits another 1073137. responsibility of the indidivual prin- Aug.31-Sept. 4
The food service budget is$343,601 cipal to live within. Monday Autf Hamburger; gravy, mashed
special revenue funds other, totals When Southside Elementary came potatoes. green beam, banana cake, hot rolls ,,
$604,323; debt service funds, to pay off up opening day some 80 students short Turiday and milk.Sept li Chens toast French fries, I
bond issues used to finance school of the expected Supt. Casey asked salad, (run Julio and milk,
building $701,764, and capital outlay Principal Jesse Moore "Which three Wednesday. Srpl. 2: Spaghetti w/meat sauce
cheese slit cabbage slaw, apple crisp hot
rolls and milk. .
Ps / i*< hMHMipM| '' i MMiMMMMiMIMxgg
Thursday.Srpt 3: Fish portions cheese grits,turnip
County Budget.................................. ...... greens milk. strawberry slmrtcak. cornbreadand

Friday Sept.4, Chicken noodles, green peas& ,.
(From Page 1A) volunteer fire departments, retarded carrots, applesauce, chocolate cake, biscuits
citizens Concerned Citizens City of and milk. i
less five percent reserve as last ::
year. and I .,.
Starke Recreation Department,
BCH administration requested an in- Bradford High School
crease to $189,000. Agencies cut backto county recreation funds. August 31-Sept. 1 ,
the 80-61 funding level include the A public hearing- the tentative Regular ,
spending bill is set Sept. 9, a Wednesday DROP BY OUR a HBO 13- ((47 Jacksonville, )
Monday "",, 31. Fiah portions cheese grits, 3- Wlirr 14-
-- (5 Gainesville) Future
at 7.30p.m.In
steamed cabbage,strawberry shortcake, OFFICE AT
other action, the commission: and mIlk. W.lXI'(4Jacksonll'le( ,' ) IS- WON Chicago(Pending, ) x;..;
THIMADFORD Delayed its regular September Tuelday/.Iepc. li Spaghetti w/ment sauce choose 527 WATER ST. S Local Access 16- CNN(Cable News Network) 1 i
COUNTY nL1G1A1'Hl'ultllMe4 because of stix salad apple crisp hot rolls and milk. FOR YOUR 6CINEMAX 17- ASCN(Educational) _= _
until 14 _
meeting Sept. :
((7 Jacksonville 18 NICKELODEONARTS
Thursday Wednesday Si-pi 2: Hamburger steak mashed ya ) ,
every Labor Day falling on the first Mon potatoes& ,green beans hull jello holThunday. ADVANCEAPPLICATION Gainesville( ) 192O- USA Network
ft 130W.Call Street day the regular meeting day. :rolls and gravy 96PN(24hr.sports) CaN(Christian Broadcast)
Stark,Florida 3301S Said it is getting ready to pave Srpl.3., Chicken pot pie w/peas carrots 10- (Jacksonville) 21 WOR New York(Pending)
around the courthouse. cabbage slow, peaches, cookie biscuits 11- WTBS((17 Atlanta) 22- MTV Video' Rock 964-6308
on4 Clan patraga paid.t and mIlk. 12- WTLV((12Jacksonville) 93.34FutureExCgement
-Heard Jerry Wilson of the Union Friday, 8ep 4: Cheese loots French fries, field
Stark.Florldosubscription Ambulance Service offer to take over peas,peach pie, and milk

...... emergency rescue service in Brad- Monday. ,uR. 31: Ala Hainbui-Tarle grrs, pizza, French Available Only In Cabled Areas, "._.

In tr.d..r ar$8.00p.ry..r ford BCH County administrator as well.Rip The O'Steen board it told inrescue Tu..day..Iept.fries and milkshakes. I 11 Cheeseburgers. pizza FresnUii", I..,....' .. . .. _

nm $5.00 II; ::;:six. 7.months: g.1i"'....;: ,,0' I unL locakrjloa&but"was "3Irlegandmilkshakes.N : .. : m.1JftUll"'l'nttoo"YL ;...i'CJ.'-,. ,' .>1\" , .. ;
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service. Friday 8rpi 4. Hamburgers, pizza, French fi IBS ,
and milkshakes.CONCERT ..,J "" .


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Beatitudes.experienceon the r The Bradford County Bo'ai"< t.F. ,,, tom-

missioners will hold a meetiir t 1 e Bra, .

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL ;r, ford County Courthouse _

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August 29, 1981 ,

September 9 1981 at 7:31

7:30 P.M. -,. y i tatively adopt a budget f rz11ii.cP.rJ\10'IlPJ p..tb Pose, l .

: expenditures for the Fec-ValffRevenue '

Song ; Sharing Fund for the fiscal year of 198182. :

'0\11 I The amount of expected revenue for this

the tJ\oun : fund is allocated at $231,517.

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All interested citizens
are encouraged to

: attend this hearing. Citizens
: :-t' attending the I

V"clrr hearing shall have 'the,
right to provide I i
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.' : I'' 10 ,1 'j" written and oral comments ,and

NEW RIVElt\BA\ YOUTH.SASSOCIATION tions regarding possible use of the Federal I

SLIDES DRAMA CHQIIR Revenue Sharing Funds.
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LIVE ORCHESTRA ,' ,1 : "lIlfloyd; ;tJ.tor ''',1JE !

: ,. Rick Wllll )
AssIstant Director, ,

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An early morning fire last Sunday
caused extensive damage at Cardin
T Bros on V8-3011OlltJa of SUrfce. ,
Sometime around 3:. a.m. someone Quantity Rights Reserved
cut the fuel lines drained
them on the ground and Ignited all Maxwell at
the fuel from heavy equipment parked ,
r+ r5 S r !! In the yard at the Cardin plant. House
Sustaining damage In the fire was
Case 5-80D Backhboe. a 3-ixle Ban- .Coffee.Lb.. Waters
nan Trailer a '67 1000 dump truck a Grind'
750 John Deere bulldozer, all tires on lUfl.
a low boy semi-trailer and to a
smaller degree a 450 bulldoier.
$50,000.Total damage was approximately Ad God Avg.2I-Sept It Grocery

Iys I-f ,,'.' Totino's
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'l Towels Bleach

89 Pizza 69*

Garbage and. Trash Do Not Mix, DER Sa: aa.x $ '| 99 ..

Starke workers who pick up trash, creating an unsanitary condition, The county is currently working on dump. It Is open 24 hours daily for the PEPSI
as opposed to household garbage, Crosby said."There an economical way to dispose of dead dumping of household garbage only. I
have been Instructed not to pick up has been a problem with a animals. An area of the landfill is The Brooker compactor on SR-18 ound Steak $239i...
garbage but only trash, according to few people throwing trash and garbage -- designated for dead animals, but the east of Brooker Is open from 10 a.m.
city officials. along the road and other placesin county cannot afford to bury Just one to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Saturday. No 5 fresh Homemade
The city also closed the old dump on the area," Mayor Schaefer: says. animal at the time says Commissioner commercial dumping allowed. $ H 49 $ | 69
Laura Church Road effective June 1, "We have asked the, Police and Lawrence Mosley. Currently The Lawtey compactor site is open I ausage Lb.
it has been announced.The Sheriffs Departments to assist the city DER requires dead animals to be from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through + .JlauI.p
moves should clear the county and both have promised to help in buried immediately; the county is ,Saturday. No commercial dumping heed
and city of violations of environmental the matter," the mayor says. seeking permission to bury them once, ,allowed. The Lawtey compactor site
regulations of the Department of per day. is located north on US-301 to SR-225 in R.C. Pork $159
Environmental Regulation (DER) All city garbage and trash is being Lawtey on SR-22S, take Chops .
which has cited the city for operatingthe hauled to the county operated At present residents are asked to first graded roan right past Thom-
old dump and the county for burying Keystone landfill on SR-100 a few bury their own animals, Commis- pkins Liquor Store. & Camps
trash mixed with garbage. miles west of Keystone Heights in the sioner Mosley says. The Brownlee Road compactor site, n
Fines up to$10,000 per day could be edge of Bradford County. DER makes regular Inspections of on SR-229 five miles west of Starke.Is Bologna Lb.
levied for the violations according to all landfill operations.DER rules prohibit open 9 a.m. to ft p.m. Wednesday 1 lavors
the DER citations. "The county has been very, the mixing of garbage and trash. Thursday Friday Saturday and ykes Breakfast
DER cited the city on July 16 for cooperative and we regret having to A.Class 1 land fill where garbage is Sunday for the dumping of household $1 09
operating the old dump on Laura close the city dump but due"to DER permitted requires daily coverage of garbage only. No commercial dump 160z8Pk. iBacon U 120.
regulations we had no choice, states pit fl
Church Road in violation of Florida the refuse. 0 ing allowed.
statutes and DER regulations. That Mayor Schaefer. The county was cited Aug. 3 for The Trussell Road compactor off $1 59 Lykes Dinner ..
the dump had been officially closed all and and SR-100 toward Sampson Lake is
"We urge citizens of the city as mixing trash' garbage, requested open talC&dep
since June 1 had not been com- well as those outside the city limits to Mayor Schaefer's assistancein 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Franks $159
municated to DER, says Al Crosby be certain they comply with environmental -. seeing the city no longer mixes. Friday Saturday and Sunday. No 101
city zoning director. requirements when us- trash and garbage. 'commercial dumping allowed.
"The city dump and land fill on ing the Keystone landfill The main landfill on SR-100 near theClay Coke
Laura Church Road was closed June In the city,household garbage must County line is open 10 a.m. Mon- ., MILK 100 Lb. Wesco
1, 1981. and may not be used for any be placed in garbage cans, Mayor day, Tuesday Thursday, Friday ,
purpose," stated Mayor Charles Schaefer: says. Garbage not put in Saturday and Sunday. All commer- PINE FOREST 16 ox S Pk
Schaefer.: who asks residents to cans will not be picked up, he says. cial dumping, household garbage APARTMENTS Dog Food
refrain from throwing any type of Limbs, leaves and small pieces of and trash is permitted. No'dead $ 99
garbage,trash,tires,or dead animals wood must be separated from any animals or truck loads of tires are J-3 at 3 Bedroom Apl $169 l
in or near the dump. metals, cans plastics, and this type permitted.The .130 to1S3OW.1776"" .... $1 S9S
Problem has been that trash and materials or theywill not be picked Starke compactor operated by Prom -Flax a... + h.
garbage has been thrown on the road up by the city trashtruck or permitted the county is located on the Laura
near the dump when it was closed, to be dumped in,the landfill. Church Road at the site of the old city @ HadUonie
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First"'Baptist Church of Lake Butler soloists, trios and quartets. shop"quartet type music then you'll -
will present its first musical under the throughout the program. not be disappointed when our men's
direction of Rodney Brooks. The If you like that good ole "barber quartet reach back and sing some of
musical has been entitled "Sounds of
His Coming" and will be presented on ., vote For
Weekend Revival Set in Pine '
Sunday evening Aug.30,beginning at Volley .
730.: The program will consist of
music written by Bill Gaither Andrea The Pine Valley Congregational -There will be prayer for the sick Elect
Crouch, Lanny Wolfe, Dottie Rambo Holiness Church will start a weekend and special singing nightly,according
and other well-known composers.The revival tonight (Thursday, Aug. 27) to Rev. David Hodges. pastor of the
\program will be presented by with evangelist Joyce Thornton from church., Experience And Qualifications
First 1.Baptist, Youth Ensemble, Palatka., The church Is located two miles
"Ambassadors",. Adult Ensembleand Services will begin at 7:30 nightly. north of Starke off US-301. Turn left
OrcWtr4i.. There: will also be I Everyone is invited to attend. on dirt road by Bradford Furniture. *
.< t.) .j I. v> Dear Fellow citizens:

This Is my application. :to you for the position of city Clerk.

My qualifications are as follows: .

i 'i.Jf I have a Bachelors Degree

: In accounting
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; your .'. I have served this community for

M .'f", S h twenty-two years as a professional

\\9 accountant. My entire working life

has been in the field of accounting

fodUoe9row; .,..' and auditing.
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\ I have twelve years experience ink
governmental accounting.

JyfftNEY) MARKET CERTIFICATE 1) I have served as the senior accoun ;

.. tant on the City's audit for the past 3 3i

t i : .' 5 years.
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9000 S I am familiar with therules; : and regulations of the. .federal. and.state S

i' e 0 per annum governments. regarding, our. city. ;::

$500 minimum.. Now available for- a limited time. I I' 'am experienced In .the preparation of the City. budget and am i

familiar with", all aspects of it. .

', I have resided Inside the city limits of Starke for the past twenty-two 'z
..'. Effectiveannual years.

yield. ;
if"-you. ELECT me to beyour.CltyClerkon: September 8th, I pledge to

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;" To do the very best Job I can by using my experience and knowledge i

to the best of my ability.. i.
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To,always remember the office of city Clerk belongs to the people,

:"'" .- peronnumr and that the door Is always open. to every citizen.. .

0/.r 'I''. S : ,. To have as my only occupation 'the position I of City Clerk, as the) office i iIs
'..;n;' }, 10,000 minimum; Available Tuesday August 23 k 55' I :a full time'Job;, i
through Monday August 31, AutomaticalV. renewed h "
at the rote In effect oc maturity. ","( To Implement latest accounting methods and procedures.TO i
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Mo"_' __c_Stain.C mpoundngot'"ptd\tbo6o"! .S"""" \ operate the off ICQ.. In a professional manner.

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"1 I want to be your city Clerk,"vote for experience and qualifications on i
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; Respectfully.
Formerly Guaranty Federal of Gainesville .
095 w.Madison.$I'Ofke' s
Nell L.. Tucker
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homestead .
Once again the County Commission exemption will 1

has relied on the take another jump to $25,000 Comes.', '
with loss of millions '
technique of "brinkmanship"to a more ** ;I' "
come up with a tentative which can be made up only ban Y v '. '* ..,. '; i

budget in which all proposedcuts increase in tax.levy, or a d
in departmental and further increase in property to S arke... .. 1
special service spending have values. But if new construction .
been restored. in the county should come ; v. fr.. .
to becauseof ,
a screeching halt 1 ai' /
Almost everyone including high interest rates, as it has 1 '- : .' '. <.

volunteer firemen, recreation already done in other 'j,1'i.\ L ..
department, mental health localities, there may be not ; 'i. r w'
services, county Civil enough increase in property ..",: ., r rN'Yea. 1 I
Defense, and Bradford County values to take up the slack. AS I>, ,"'II." '. t= !2 ,
Hospital will receive the same ;'..;. ,
for another increase i in ; f.. .... ,. J
amount now being received in millage-the county has only r' :.- .
the current 1980-1981 budget. .663 tenths of a mill left to go : \ :
One notable exception was the (.
before it hits the 10 mill cap.
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Homemaker Service which ..

crease.received a deserved $2,548 in- warned The county repeatedly auditor about has the Starke. It last really Wednesday was THE August Bob Bates It. and Pam Thompson walking the streets of Call with St.a cameraman, a videotape operator, and Pam Thompson leading him down

dangers of budgets based on "We're going to be saluting small towns that don't get the recognition they.
Balancing the temporary deficit financing i.e.-the use The PM Magazine television duo caused quite a stir among the local citezenry deserve and we'll have a bit on Starke on our September 9 show..' the friendly:
budget (which will undergo a of as they videotaped introductions.. on location here for their Wednesday night. Bates aid between taping his' lead-ins to the nightly televSsloi show. As always
carryover funds to fill the September! '.allow, an episode that Bates said would Include a piece on Starke. In .the September 9 show and its .alut to our town will air at 7 p.m. on Jackson-
public hearing on Wednesday gap left by deficient revenues. the photo above Bates Is giving an Introduction for a piece on actress Linda Blair ville'S channel
Sept. 9) was achieved by using Fortunately, in recent years,
$500,000 in carryover funds; a there has always been a
slight millage raise of five healthy carryover--but "the Step Right Up...

percent (to 9.337), and cutting times they are a-changing,"
the reserve fund to a bare and with Mr. Reagan ad- '
bones 30000. ministration awarding the It's Carnival Time Againand

states and counties the

cess The was budget-balancing also aided by a raiseof pro- dubious honor of taking over Countdown for the Bradford County the big parade, starting At 9 a.m.
more heretofore federal- Hospital Community Carnival and in the downtown district and proceeding
approximately$22..million funded services, without addi- Health Fair has begun with only five up U.S. 301 to the
in property values on.the tional federal aid to fund weeks remaining before the big day, Fairgrounds, will be led] by Ronald
1981-1982 ,taxroll..' This in- them knows' Saturday, Oct. 3. McDonald. The "Miles of Smiles".
in values no.one what the magic shows will be staged at the
compensatedfor future might hold in store.If Charlotte Oden chairman of the
a $13 million loss in tax event urges all contestants and par Carnival. grounds. at 11 a.m. and 1 Llcky'Thirst Yields $500

revenue caused by an' in- and when the county finds tiel pants to register now for the p.m.A
crease in homestead exemption itself between a rock (loss of various It's not too late to part of this year's proceeds will For
enter a float for Partners
from $15,000 to $20,000. revenue due to greater the'parade., or to go toward construction of a Ronald Farming
reserve a booth,
or to register for the McDonald House at Shands
homestead exemption) and a dog show (for children under 12), and Teaching
Thus, the brinkmanship hard place (the ten mill cap on the talent show for ages. 16 and up" Hospital in Gainesville. This
technique got the budget by tax millage), and the deep the chairman says. IB-bedroom project will provide a David Carter and Jeffery Norman mind their Ps and Qs in their farming -''
for another fiscal But home away from home for families of operation but It's the Rs that count when you're drinking a Pepsi-
what about year. blue sea (no carryover funds), Anyone may enter by clipping and children being treated for serious illnesses Cola the boys found out last Saturday.
next year, when where will in the :registration form.
we go there?
print at Shands. A share of the y '. .
belowTV : proftta t.
lifaak'by picking up"* will also be used by the BCH staff"' ., "Jhe.x got steamedi-uphoeingoollard greens under the rt uaysteeun.and!
registration at the Starke for its fund tf; ,took a Pepsi break" ata, nearby'llandyway drink box. x
_...... .Library, the B r to purchase'a' $5,000. Life1' orll, .''' ..
f,&; Ioi7vewe es.r"m t PAK for'the hOllpitaJ1" '"' 4"'tt9hl! ,I'IN'I1IJV! '''lf4 -
ti & .$ : ; u.ocar! .i < ; ., .,,.,.),,". bad been,,
; es \... ; .1. i rWJ'1' '"" "' .1'' "*' ">v H" r Nk.lnlJ.OII.al'\ontest! to complete the words "Pepsi
r :: will Contests be available games for,'All and ages:pony to" enjoy rtaesp, ;<., up.So It's Hurry Carnival Hurry Time, Hurry.again.Step right plete Spirit"except.with-letter.the R.. concealed under bottle caps. He had everything com. .

... ..... ... .. ..... The next thing he knew he had the R. And yesterday he had the $50(1(
r ...e......... ..... .. .....-----.--.-.-. check from Pepsi-Cola.
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How many more Libyas will U.S. other ..
or some nation
there be in the future unless might wish to engage in exercises :. How,will I.he use. the money. ? ? 1,1

off-shore territorial disputes, off the coast of Ecuador, j "Well Jeff gets half because he bought me the drink." says Da 'id. '
are a .
pregnant El Salvador, or any one of a q
breeding ground for such in- number of other nations that .. "We'll probably use most of it to buy more J' rnij&iaipmeiit, '''i d$?Jef
cidents, are finally settled in claim territorial waters ex- fery. i* w*
the court of international law. tending out to 200 nautical : t ,'J1l l"tt r4FallArtsCrafts

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The argument may go on for miles? As pointed out by The .. -- --- -- : -...-...-
weeks or even months, as to Christian Science Monitor, :
who was right and who was "In the absence of an interna- I'
: NAME _, AGE_ F stty
wrong in the explosive inci- tionally accepted Law of the : ., ., ', (! la
dent that ended in a dog fight Sea treaty, the world's shores MAILING ADDRESS, .. a ,.
between U.S. and Libyan look out on a crazy quilt of dif- '31.......' Scheduled

planes in disputed territorial fering unilateral claims to ter- PHONE l" : .. e'i: by Kitv&ffi:iJ lub

waters in the Mediterraneansea. ritorial sovereignty." '. .,' i "*.. ,' '
CHECK BELOW!; ) ,r' Starke's. first
: .J : : Indian Summer Arts and Crafts.
But the fact remains that Festivals scheduled for
Libyan Saturday.
spokesmen main- : Sept. 28.at the Bradford County fairgrounds
nnn ,
whoever was right or wrong tain that the argument over SHOW .: Starke Civltan Club. V sponsored by the
lesser incidents have touchedoff : v ,"' .
actual territorial miles claimed TALENTSHOW : ,,
sparks that resulted in .. Artists and craftsmen from all parts of th :
state have
is subordinate to their 'FLOAT.II '11 4 display their handiwork at the fairgrounds invited to
wars down through history. belief that the Gulf of Sidra, : *A1I Registrationrfriust. be in by September 11. 1981. : fried chicken dinner will be served from it complex.'sUrting a.m. to 5 p.m., and at 10 musical a.m. A

The only Mediterranean the latest in incidentwas a seriesof is where a partially the dog enclosed fight occurred body of RETURN. THIS !RORM<< ;TO:_ Smith.groups. chairman will provide of the entertainment event. during the day according to David. ,

bizarre events that have water that any nation would COMMUNITY CARNIVAL COMMITTEE Proceeds from the festival will be used
marked U.S.-Libyan relations consider part of its sovereign : BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL : club's community and youth projects throughout by the the Civltans to fund the

since Col. Khadafy, a territory.It P.O.. BOX 1210. STARKE 32091 Smith said that year.
a special
: invitation is
somewhat fanatical. Islamic is such debatable .......... ........ .. ........... craftsmen to display their wares. The extended, to all local artists and
leader with pipe ,dreams of ques- t' .......... .. .. .......... buildings so exhibitors will ; evhibitsvillJ' ( >e inside"tile Xiu- 0
tions as this that need to be Smith said. not r -(WiAo forging a single Arab nation --
resolved now- through inter- VJlO '
overthrew the Libyan king in national agreement under a August Brings Slowdown ft J

1969 and took control of that Law of the Sea treaty, rather : ,

oil-rich' North African coun- than waiting until such territorial In Building 1'
try.But 1 disputes arise and are : StartsBuilding

this latest incident, is solvea on the spur of the moment '
perhaps the most serious and by fighter plane County permits issued. by 'the .No commercial permits were
shootouts. Zoning Office dropped 50 per issued in August. July had five '
significant since It. points up cent in August from commercial -
the problems of disputed sea Law of the Sea negotiationsare high of 1874.100 In JuJy.a.near-record permits for a total of$81.900.: L

boundaries that exist, not only now under way in the The August total was S404.0 with Covered Dish Supper
in the Mediterranean, but in United Nations with the actual single family dwellings accounting! Friday Aug. 28
many other coastal areas for most of the decline, following
treaty in the final stages of the Kingsley CenterA .r' x,
aound the world, each of nationwide trend to fewer home starts 4
which is preparation. In view of last due t to continued tight money high covered dish et r
a potential trouble week's supper will be held
spot and could. unleash the potentially explosive interest rates. <'; Friday. Aug. 28, at the Kingsley Lake ,
incident, the Reagan ad- Civic Center for FLPOA membersand /S f fi
lVdog of July-aaw nine'new r
war. single family '
ministration should lend its dwelling permits .issued for guests. Supper will be served at I
vigorous cooperation in a total of 7:30 p.m. with a social hour starting
Washington's position is bring- $368,700. while August 'SFO. permits at 6:30
that it had the right of accessto ing the treaty negotiations to a dropped to four for a total! of only p.m.

"international waters" in successful close.Such a treaty 198900.' S.Twentysevenptcbilpho4f. '. I ;:I Bradley'chief of the Kingsley uetting Pinned...... I'
spite of Libya's claim to the. would replace the present Lake Volunteer Fire Department ('urOI11 'E1I"e". lert. 'adette leader' for
hodge-podge of ..Dermits will discuss fire prevention methods (lass Badge on beryl .Furrow Troop 20, 'IN ,shun pinning a *'In.t.! "I I
contrary. But as long as such conflicting na- were Issued in July for 4 total of for right while UoHalaii.l l.('nnon watches. .' :

disputes remain tional claims to various territorial $285,200.issued August.saw 0 I.111 MH permits Fire lit.preparation Prevention. / Week. the in observance October.. of' .. .....__..._ __u > 2
unsettle boundaries for tofal 17 ""3 "v'.1n r.iU'C'.
regardless of the and provide ,Off ,300. ... .
Phone. Kf-SHtZ program, scouts will be able, !
merits- either side's the mechanism for .:.. -'.. -. earn the new 'Gold I .\
arguments they can lead to peaceful .settlement' such I _.f. ".:... _::_-'_<. .L" "" "',."" 1 1 Congratulations. to CadetteS'Cheryl Awards We '" al1"I.Snv.
incidents that could escalate disputes. ; Furrow and-Rosaland Lennon I who know are proud 101 these. *dettcs'a! I'I'to
t l. ;;;" recently made First Class. they will continue to
into hostilities. ; Rosaland \ '
full-pledged P .. others encourage
In 4- to t
tense times such as these, >,>,:"I' ; V. 8 Lennon was recognized at the Senior and stay In'scoudiig: Melame-- .
If such a conflict can arise 'one misstep, well-intended or 1\l{\ Banquet in Jacksonville in.,June; Tallahassee Dianne were recognized In :
over Libya's territorial not, could launch the ; Ii. \ kIM Cheryl just received her recognition In May when they were
| pinned
claims, who knows when the ':fireworks. UTAWHD I$11' |li>. : MEMBER this Wood month.and Dianne They,Wood along chose with Melanie to earn Len by out Mrs",& the Bob article Graham.on Smile n

s0L1.O..PitOtfiON! .'_ JOHN M. MILLER, Publishers First Class through the traditional Seniors Camp was Sherry Sapp 101 VOA. .

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Janice Jockel and Patrick Stevens Oc Primadon Godwin and Paul Johnson

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Wed July 18 in Presbyterian Church Wed Aug. 7 in Home Ceremony :'

,.... Miss Primadon Godwin daughter of
The First Presbyterian Church was f" Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Starke
the setting for the wedding of Janice .., ,.. became the bride of.:John Paul
Anne Jockel daughter of Mr. and ... r .i"" Johnson, son of Mrs. Jean Johnson of
Mrs. Richard Jockel to Patrick Paul ", J. ."" I I'j Raiford in a ceremo performed
Stevens son of Mrs. Betty Stevens of ,! ',, ,' :, ." / 'Friday, August 7, at 8 p,m.: by Mrs.
Starke and Carl Stevens. 'f ri"" 1 ''i"V'WJ" I Joann Betman notary in the
Rev. Cliff McCleod performed the ',, Irr!)ijIo. :...,.,,;' '"'I"I"j :" "\, I presence of the immediate families at
nuptials on July 18 at 11 a.m. I",, '/; f. ,:;:.' \ O \ the home of the bride's brotherinlawand
1 ," 'h11l'i\I,' ; < I\\ ,:' I and Mrs. John W.
Highlighting the altar was a basketof ". m (; I.'" ,,.. sister, Mr. .
.j. :! '"
mixed silk flowers. $trYJ" Dukes.
Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist, "! ',:,I\: t\\I'/\\'},!:;iI. '::,'!',;',.', : I The couple repeated their vows in 'Ii
presented a program of nuptial 4i front of the fireplace which was flanked w'
music. by two arrangements of pink car-
Earnie Cauley was best man. : b6y, nations and daisies.
Mrs. Sandra Cauley was matron of I iif '( day, After the ceremony a reception was \;
honor. She wore a blue street length "!( held at the Duke's home where the
dress with a blue print overlaying ., i bride's table was covered with a lace
jacket. She carried a bouquet of blue cloth and held a two tiered wedding
and white silk carnations and baby's lj cake decorated in pink and topped bya 1.
breath. miniature bride and groom. Thei:;
Given in marriage by her father the i bride's sister, Miss Betty Green cut 3 a
bride wore an ivory silk street length ) i the cake. **

dress with accordian pleated skirt ,:. _, .. .... .. J I 1Mr. The bride attended Bradford attended High
and draped front. She wore a pearl School and Mr. Johnson
and Mrs Paul Johnson
necklace given to her mother by her Mr. and Mrs. : Lake Butler High School.
father on their wedding day 25 years They are presently residing in
ago. She carried a bouquet of white of Raiford. Mr Johnson is employed at
silk roses and carnations with baby's The Roger O. Starke Golf and Gilman Paper Co.. in Clay Hill.
breath and satin streamers.A To Celebrate Country Club NewsThe
reception dinner was held at the
and The Frazees
Western Steer Steak House at a table Annivorsary Aug. Starke Golf and Country Club
covered with a white lace cloth and Mr. and Mrs. Roger O. women will have their monthly Give Rehearsal Dinner t..
centered with an arrangement of silk celebrate their golden : meeting on Tuesday, Sept. I, at 7:30: Mr and Mrs. Henry Frazee of
flowers. Mrs. Betty Stevens, the niversary at a p.m.Don't Gainesville entertained the wedding
groom's mother cut the cake. Aug. 29, from 5 to 8 miss the Labor Day family party of Gina Brown and Randy :
Following a wedding trip to Madison Street fun day on Sept. 7. Tee-off for Scotch Frazee after the wedding rehearsal
Daytona Beach the couple is residingat Fellowship Hall. Jones.'D foursome from !9-11 a,m, Tee-off for August 21 at Turkey Creek Country'I
Rt. 1.Box 983 Starke. All friends and Flag tournament anytime. Everyoneis Club in Gainesville.
IThe bride and groom are both to attend. invited to bring their own picnic at 1 The U-shaped tables were covered .
graduates of Bradford High School. p.m. Grills will be available. There with yellow (linen cloths and each
She graduated in 1980 with honors. He will be swimming, socializing and table had an arrangement of ).
graduated in 1979 and works for R.C. square dancing from 3-5 p.m. white lilies, roses, r
Cola Co. in Gainesville as a route Diane Fox, The women's tennis league meets spider mums. .eIlUiJ,1and : \ ;
salesman.. Steven EarnestTo last every Thursday at 7 p.m. The bride and groom ]
Cov- The class
exercise is now meeting
mementos of the wedding to
Wed Sept. 4 .
Guy every Tuesday and Thursday from 5- tendants "
Hilda Johnson Miss Diane Fox, of 6 p.m.
Honored at and Mrs. Donald Fox of .-l.
Luncheon will be united in 18 l..lSES 11.1. .\M: "'IKsrXMKNf: : U
Surprise Earnest, son of Mr. and OF.\ \KMKH: ;J JI
Hilda Johnson, owner of the Looking Collins of Hampton, on .
Glass Styling Center, was given a 4, 7:30: p.m. at All le-no '
surprise luncheon Monday in the shop Church, 4171 To m>' wifeinri' celebrating her first year associationwith Jacksonville.All a To ni) son r<|iill I>' on ni.ir.. Now he'll li.ixc to ){f1 I" work to iiivcl Ih.>:':
friends and ""
the shop. pa moult. -
;The luncheon was given by Helen to attend. To soy bankersn\ soul lit- has (In* 11101 tH-'K1' oil il ant way. iG:
Van Wart, receptionist, and To my' neigh| >r- mt clou n.lIil. I Ih"lIllI'c'eI it if III'c'.mthallc''Ilo r..rllIll..11I' haw J'
operators, Susan Wicker, Betty in the past.
Green and Judy Bradley. The girls Tobe Norman To my' PC.\- m\ unpaid hills. 'I'hc> look some oat t'liant'rs on mv and want
presented Hilda with a beautiful Reunion Held to do soiiirllilnj! fur them. ;
yellow pompom and daisy corsage ) To,\*>('.\- mKI.i in tun. I\\asplaiiniiiKlolfl them lake. it nt yeirugway.
and decorated cake. The cake The 14th annual of To the farm Itch I..OI"iU: huslit ol toil los > if In-tan lift llu- high: ni.iikcl. I
centered the luncheon table where (Tobe) Norman family stork no or difl.
salads, sandwiches, dips and chips August 23. at Camp To the junk man all nn machinery. lie's had l his ics on il I for >rais.To .
were served. Crystal Lake. Nick ni>' undertaker a spotial M'qiiosl I rant six implviimil and fcilili/vr
The guests included patrons and Five of the nine Mrs. drains for im' pallbearer.. 'I'hex au "c'd! to carrying) inr.To .
friends of the shop and members of and attended. They are the w ratlin' n-ruiusiecl. ...nI"IIIrur the fnm-ial. picas. :No MMIS.> inhaling
the family. Norman Ellis of good \\<>atlirr no\\
G.C. Norman of en- To HIP grace digger: don't tiothrr The hole I am in slintiM hi- hilt enough.! l
M. Norman and A. ( ; party lo Hit monument maker set "1111 jig lot Ihe vpil.ipli. "lieulien a f.unier
Woman's ClubExecutl Starke, Mrs. Carrie 1 wile has now properly> assumed all ol his nhli alillns." ;
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of -\lIlhUl'l'n""II
Y Board I 1MMIU rtr**.14 'Greera ( "i"'+ yr' '
Doris Norman, wife of / ,
To Mo1.....' ? Norman, the oldest son. -.,
.-There were CO
The executive board of'the'starke' ly present. Mrs. Mattie ,
Woman's Club will hold their first fall generations present,
luncheon meeting at the home of the Mrs. Ina Klise, her
president Mrs. J.D. Warren on Mrs. Sandi Jones
Wednesday, Sept. 2, at 12 noon. granddaughter, Shanna


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I '"r' -.Your Candidate For ,3J1UIBUDGET HEARING

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(': .'. I"If. I '" C L E R K, )l1'J. ?/'roars will hold a meeting on Wednes-

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to ten-
.','rredl1uulai'oidl: ..1"'Ilo'" .dyeptember/ at 7:30'p.m.

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.tatively adopt the Budget for the fiscal
On September;8rl$8i'you'the voters of the City of Starke are going

to elect a new city clerk, for the first time in 22years. This office .year Bending September 30 1982. All con-

(very rarely) comes open with a need to be filled. So.it's' important'that

| you put the right person in it. 'cerned \citizens may attend this meeting ,

"JEAN) MILLIGAN1' is running 'because: I feel the position needs so- which will be held at the Bradford County

meone with the Desire and Ability to bring an atmosphere of

Cooperation and Sound Business,Principles to it. And I truly believe Courthpjjse( in the Commissioners Room

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"JEAN MILLIGAN" graduated from Huntington Business College .
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Huntington West Virginia in 1950 with a degree in accounting andbusiness If""
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administration and now brings you 31 years of accounting ,{ n'm.' "': .>.I lf' ", ,:' ., ;,

experience with the last eleven years as'your H &.'R 'Block man | nr i ,07'' : .. nieq" y 7.,, j.,:- .. )
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right here in Starke. a ." ,I i'r f ':..:I yi.,i:; q.. 1 l' :,
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"JEAN MILLIGAN"!' at 52 years of age ;is young enough to serve as I I, 'od 'vs! !. 'i. r,, .' ..'' .f. .,,.. ",, .. lJI ;

City Clerk for many years with a deep desire'and' the ability ", ,' b 1 ,1,1'4,, '' j., PI .
your ,
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to work with our city council in ,a cooperative manner. :( S SVjfll I'h;; :,' ,... l'1... : .: I

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I"JEAN MILLIGAN" is married to the former EunarRansom ; '
for 31 j 'jdt( I 1' 't ''I

years. We have one daughter, 'Mrs. Joyce Beason, of Starke and | Clerk I :to .,MJ eBoar d"'t ,'.: J' j' 'j-- i j4' .. ; .: I

one grandson. rfJ .. r ,n l1.v.l"1. :lT: .;..T.i. rapA'. ::iW t. I ..M" w. 'r I i
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\ VOTE FOR and ELECTJEAN -:; .'fJ'.:'siV rb a3Ito6";. 'r '; i.Ii';Yt"l' i l"-t.:: ,"" .,,l W4"r h'' I'. ',''t<.
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. Mgf/iSy/sf/ / Church News ., Did You Know T'I!< ..' i'lii"f--' "
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Mrs. Raiford Epperson'is j' con1valesclng .; M&and' : hits(Danny. Broncitta
... Macua: Hook, ':Pa., were Monday
at home afterg :
The church picnic: .will, |t>e'held'this 1st Methodist Parents visitor of ,' AB.
Sat. evening at 4 p.ni. at the home of In the Starke Nursing;,'*Kotfi i' '! '
Iweeks '. Whitehead, i S 'ft; I
Host:Softball Team .
Bill McRae (LaneffVKingsley Lake), : Mrs. Hazel Guy of GalneavD ,"" i. \ I
Lots of games an t:swimming has ,1\feP1bers of the First 'UmtecJ! daughter. Mrs. Tom McBride! < ''I d i Dr: ami alter Afeuensch of I

been planned for the evening's entertainment. Methodist Church's Softball team children of Baton Rouge. La. and son, Dunedin were weekend guests of Mr. II II

So plan to bring your were honored by their parents, Sun- Jimmy Guy of Winter Park,spent last and Mrs. A.L. (Sandy) Sanderson.. I
favorite covered dish, enough to day, Aug. 23, at L:00 p.m.,. with a Bar- week at the Adklns home on Kingsley 'MrJ4rid I \ ;: ,4? W> /'" I
share with your family and your B-Que Chicken dinner at the Starke Lake. ,.... MrsTA.B. W 'eheadSr.,
favorite friend. The van will be pick Golf and Country Club. ,and Mrs* and'..Mrs. Charles Fancho
ing up at the church two different Gifts for coach John Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 'Parkej ofDouglasville '.tisited. Ichael: Bishop at UF on Fri- I

times: 4 p.m. and 6pm. Free assistant coach Glenn Polk, were Ga. spent Monday and day. : :i'! \
fellowship and laughter will be served presented by Ricky Johns represen Tuesday of last week at St. Augustine\

generously throughout the evening.See ting the team.Approximately. and visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.. Drew Barryjlvas vacationing in Bir-
you there! 35 people enjoyedthe A.G. Loudon on Wednesday and*took mingham; Ala. last week. '
Attention! This will be the last opportunity meal and swimming during the home their IOn, Jay, who had"pent

for all children grades afternoon. the summer with his grandparents.. Mr. and Mr*::'W.H. Green and fami-
kindergarten through 5th, to registerfor Preparing the dinner were Carolyn ly of Tallahassee spent the weekend

the Bible Youth Club. If In- Eaves, Ada Reddish, Mabel Green, Bobby Genereux of Westfleld, with their mother,. Mrs. Lex Green IM. MMii Perkins
terested, call the church office, Virginia Jean Johns, and Cookie Mun Mass. is visiting his grandparents, and family "' l

964 Just-6864.a reminder to all UnitedMethodist dorf. .; ....... ... u...... r weeks.Mr. and They Mrs all Robert visited Green Mr. and for three Mrs. Cheryl Godwin, Drew and Adrienne Evelena Pvt. Melvin llankerson Perkins and Dun II. I Linker-son of I"

1, will be General Women Meeting.< Tuesday Executive, Sept. The Donald Griffiths Terry Lynn Bailey Jimmy Rowe in Sanford over the Barry went t to,Circus World on Tuesday. .on, Jr., both from SI<"kt..lCracluatt.(1rl'llm
Kirk Allen MInton weekend.Mr. .
IK and
Board-9 a.m. in the conference room, Give Rehearsal DinnerMr. ] Basic Training on July
followed by the general meeting at 10, and Mrs. Jerome Johns and from A.IT. on Aug. 17. He will con-
Minton Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas attended :
in the fellowship hall. and Mrs Donald Griffith enter' Bailey .grandson Marc Henry have returned time his military career in lI 1\\'uil.
tamed at a dinner party Friday even- To Marry Sept. 25 after two weeks in Glenville, N.C.. the Old Timer Baseball game where InJacksonville' Pvt. Perkins is u )IW79! graduate of f.
ing at their home on Brownlee Road They were joined by Mr and Mrs. Saturday night I,IJI'ulflll'clHilCh School.

Rev. Donal Sullivan for their daughter, Cindy and fiance, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey of Marcus Howard, Sr., of Lake Butler Herb participated.Mr. .

Honored at Reception Gylum Snell rt'heal'Sal.following the couple'swedding Starke announce the engagement and for 10 days. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and Mr. Did You Know...........

Mass The table covered with forthcoming marriage of their and Mrs.' Dan Spencer of Chat-
Following on Sunday August dining was a Mrs. H.L. Hutson visited her
to Kirk Allen
daughter, Terry Lynn
23, Reverend Father Donal Sullivanwas white linen cloth and was centered tanooga, Tenn. were last week guestsof Adrienne Barry returns ,, to her
and niece Dr. and Mrs.
Minton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester nephew Glen
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jackson, Sr.,
honored with a farewell reception with a floating arrangement of white Minton, of Raiford. Davis in Gainesville last Thursday to sand senior year at Birmingham SouthernCollege
held in St. Edward's carnations, and white family. ( Ala SundayMr -
Parish Hall. yellow pompoms The wedding is planned for Friday Saturday.Mr. : ? on :
On behalf of and fern and centered with
a '
parishioners, Richard
Sept. 25,at 7:30: p.m. at Hope Baptist Mrs. H.M. Richarde Sunda
Welty expressed gratitude to Father miniature bride and groom. Church Theressa. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead.Sr.. spent > and Mrs. Marc Jackson and
Sullivan for serving the spiritual Attending were (the immediate in visited overnight with her' daughter and f''amilv' attended the funeral of her
O. Dobbs Lake
Miss Bailey is a 1978 graduate of Johnny in
needs of the parish for the past three families and the bridal party. Keystone Heights High School. Butler on Saturday.Mrs. Palatka.family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck in grandmother: Mrs. Dollie Smith in

weeks. The couple gave gifts to the attendants Mr. Minton' is a 1979 graduate of \Williston last Wednesday.
Refreshments of during the dinner.
sandwiches, Bradford High School.All .
cakes, cookies and snacks were serv- Bill Parks and Jerry' Larson of Fort Walton Beach
and daughter Danaof
friends relatives of the cou- Richard Verunac and son, Eric,
ed along with coffee and cold di'inks. invited to attend the Atlanta visited Mrs. Louie Bell s pent last Tuesday to Friday. with his
Miss Sandy Douglas ple are ceremonyand recently combined pleasure with !
Father Sullivan teaches at St. Vincent's Parks last week. j mother, !Mrs E..l'IlI.a.I!() .
a Catholic School Shower reception following.Did business on a trip to San Diego and
for boys in HonoreeA -...... =--=-- -
Castleknock County, Dublin, Ireland. You Know........,.. Los Angeles, Calif. Eric was selected -
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie A.
He has many friends in the area since shower honoring Sandy Douglas, Redding to part the "Red Sea" at the Universal A half cup each of ammonia -
he spends his own vacation time serv- bride-elect of Eugene Tanner, III, Mrs, Iris Van Sickle has returned to Sr. of Lawtey are happy to announce Studies tour and was presentedwith and white vinegar, plus
ing in Starke and Orange Park while was held August 18 from 7:30: to 9:30 her home Newport Beach, Calif. they have adopted three boys, an autographed baseball and a two tablespoons of corn-
pastors are vacationing. given by Mrs. Pat Stevens, Mrs. Mat after seven weeks visit with Mr. and Douglas. 15, Keith 13, and Christ, 11. pair of batting gloves while attendinga starch in a bucket of warm
Among those in charge of ar- thew Box and Mrs. Richard Jockel at Mrs. Raiford Epperson, Mrs. Bettie They join the family of four marriedsons major league baseball game. water can make a good
rangements for the affair were Mrs. (the home of (the latter. Mizell and Epperson families. and one married daughter. window washing solution.
Richard Silk flower corsages were
Welty Mrs. Lester Hum- - - -
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phries and Mrs. Mike Brunetti. presented to the mother of the bride-
elect, Mrs. Ernest Douglas and Mrs. """'
Eugene Tanner, mother of the prospective .p e 1 Now Open .*

Duplicate Bridge groom and to Sandy, whose ,- Serving Northeast Florid.
( ( f l ll.er )((ID
Club Results chen corsage utensils.also contained several kit 4 ) a llern.

Hazel and Jerry Moran were the The refreshment table was covered -. (Formerly Morgan's Barber a Beauty Shop) frt j Bill Mathis Heating

winning couple at Duplicate Bridge with an ecru lace cloth and the punch '
Tuesday night; Rhea Johnson and bowl was circled with fern and silk Register for Drawing for a $35" Perm and Special: 1 Door Prize & Air Conditioning Inc.

Lora Frances were second. flowers. The hostesses presented the Drawing September 16, 19S1
The club meets every Tuesday honoree with eight salad plates to her 473-2154
night at 7:30: at Pratt Street Recrea- stoneware and a clothes basket containing Need Not 8* Present To Win 9647007

tion Center and all bridge players are kitchen utensils and other ( 1tr Office Residence .k

welcome to attend. useful occasion items. Eighteen guests enjoyedthe Tuesday thru Saturday Clip Coupon for

9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 10% Discount ** Commercial Residential

I Closed Monday On each Individual service
Did You Know... ........

Jeffery Stevens of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Anderson of Sandra Blam of Jax operator Coupon Good thru Sept. IS, 1981 Industrial

Gregory Stevens, Timothy Stevens Ventura, C'ahl. arrive Friday to visit Spvcllizlng In p.rm., cuts t styles! Senior Citizens Discount
and Molly Conway of Cocoa Beach their mothers, Mrs Lila Caldwell and I Starke
were out-of-town guests at the Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and familiesfor '1201 N. Avem/e/ j 605 W. Madison,
T.mpl. 4-7100
Jockel/Stevens wedding on July 18. two weeks. 1. .

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Mrs. Brown, Mrs* .Ixiuis Mr and Mrs Ben Dennij. pf _. .r1' !'.AJo 1:1>i.114 .hQn ., ,..
Young, M Sv.H. Thomson and Mrs, J 1, Castleberry/; !' :i Tuesday tan?

John Griffin attended the'Wom n't f Wednesday guests of Mrs. James GA. 8.:::. "' :......... .r.e _...W" .....;-....!.. 1111rt ',ofll.
Club FFWQ district 4 meeting at Fer- Blackshear at Kingsluy Lake '
nandina Beach Monday of last week. .: '..

Mrs Lucile Stoughlen of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson is a patientin
visited her sister: Mrs Maxie
St Luke's Hospital. Carter, Sr. over the weekend.

Canova Mrs. Blanche Otto ,
Mrs L.A. ;
Mr and Mrs E.L. Norman, Mrs.
Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Mrs. John ,
Leon Norman Mr and Mrs. Eugene
Griffin and Miss Lillian Stump spent Norman and Mrs. Roy demons: -
last week at Silver ,
of Springs
Saturday to Monday last week in
and had dinner at the Yearling the Mountains -
Smoky and visited
Restaurant enroute home. Rev and Mrs James :Starling: who
SR.A. and Mrs. Rex E. Anderson, were vacationing at Bryson City, N.C. 3. 11Ut $2Oayar.
Jr. of Homestead spent Aug.!! 21 .25 .
with their parents, Mr. anfIrs.. Mr. and Mrs R.W Miner Jr. and 1It' .
Anderson Sr. in Starke and Mr'and bon wire in Tallahassee over the ,t
Mrs. Nick Harper in Lawtey. '\,\ weekend visiting !Mr and Mrs. '., <'V t
Milner, Sr. '
Mrs Billie )Hall of Orlando spent the, \: .,, ":, : s1'd 1

first of the week with Mr. and Mrs Mrs Janet Turner and Mrs. James. 8

J.H. DuPre. Barron spent I weekend in Jacksonville *. .
visiting Kay Turner and also, > 0.1
Laurie and Beth Goldwire of Fort visited !Mrs :Myrtle Anderson in St \, J '.
Lauderdale visited t their grand- Luke's Hospital .",..\ 'ee eu :f .
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert .. t. w aI
parents .. """
Goldwire last week. The Goldvurcs Rev and Mrs Hen Bryant Staike ,.. : :,
also had as Saturday visitors Mrs and Mr and Mrs Hoy ,'I'a'sier of
Dale Fisher, Mrs. W.H. Peeble and !Miami bp'ntug.. 11.18 at Deep

Mrs Myrtle Turner of Ocala Creek, N.C. and Gate City: Va. ,r"\\' .. -'
Rev. and Mrs. James Starling and Mrs Mac Baldwin is visiting her, ., ,' .' zm' >iIoi

daughter, Julie returned Saturday parents, Mr. and !Mrs J.C. Pipkin in i iBonifay f> '' r ("1"1
after 2'j' weeks at Bryson City N C this meek and her grandmother '
They were joined by Jimmy Starling t .
who had surgery : : "ij. tinwr
and Ronnie Norman last, week, ,' ao '" x 3p ; 'a '
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Mrs. Fred Boyer of Fairfield, and ,MV: and Mrs Charlie Wtlkl an,. of opened the' ov fy"Bif' which she It;"''I'.ii'isbek..Johnny ""DeVore: David Stephen Foster Park enjoyed fishing
visited with her brother and sister-in- Starke, spent Sunday with their received. DeVore and daughter Angie Miss Ga. While there they and."other
by Elliabeth Terry law Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Boyer who mother, Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr. Douglas and Deron Eunice sons of Ginger Laymon Bobby and Teresa canoeing, seeing deer, ::
:.Phone 782-3300 were also in Fairfield on vacation at Mr.and Mrs.Tom Bary of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs." Emory Eunice of Patterson, spent the weekend at animals of the Park' ,' '
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Harold - - --- --
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First Baptist Church: will have a Helen Shuford Is back at Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice on this week. I'", .
Revival beginning Monday Aug. 31 Elementary School this term. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Kelly and :
each night at 7:30: p.m.Speclallnvltatlon Mr.and Mrs. George Shuford spent After church services on Sunday friend Mrs. Mary Ellen Walters, of CLEARANCE SALE
to everybody. Come and be withus. the weekend with Mrs. Bryant Reddish night,Aug.23.the ladies of First Baptist Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. Ray Stuart of Rural Retreat. in Tallahassee. Church gave Miss Bessie Terry a George Kelly sons and daughterinlaws -
Va., will be the Speaker. Friends of Mrs. George Vanzant of surprise 84th birthday party. Since of Mr. and Mrs. James D.'Kelly O 50% Off Selected Items
SCHOOL NEWS: Callahan Mr. Cecil Hardee's sister Buster Bennett'also had a birthday were their Sunday dinner guests and
Our Principal. Mr. Charles Hall la a patient In St. Vincent's Hospital they sang Happy Birthday to both of their mother Mrs. Susie Williams. ffi save at S
returned to work last Monday after Jacksonville. Our prayers are with them. They stood together and after Mrs. Sumpter Harley visited Mr.
two weeks training,,with the Marine Brother Brown prayed each person and Mrs. Jim Hall and children, of ..o000000 encore ...
Reserve in South Carolina. her.Mr.. and Mrs. Mike Crapse Jr., came by and wished them a Happy Huntsville Ala., and had a delightfultime. Iii
spent the weekend with their brother Birthday and said they had been a .
PERSONALS: and sister-in-1aw, Mr. and Mrs.Bruce blessing to them. They served cake Mr. and Mrs. John Adkins and son, ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHOP
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her Crapse and family of Jacksonville. pies punch, etc. Miss Bessie ihn John. Jr., Pauline DeVore, Paul a'i N Tmnln. Av. ODin Mon.-Sat. 9.5 sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of
Gainesville Monday to Wednesday.Mrs. .
J.L. Kirkland. of Gainesville
was their Tuesday dinner guest. '
Misses Libby Hudgins. Peggy Morrissey GOING TO LIKE ECKERD'S
and Joan Saunders hove just.
returned from their Camping and

Carolina Whitewater and Rafting Tennessee.Outing They In North were Back to SchooL

accompanied by out-of-town guests.Mr. 4RTii
and Mrs. Willie Green returned
Sunday. Aug. 18 from a visit with
their son-in-law and daughter; Mr. .
and Mrs. Ralph Futch and family in \ Savings .
Black Mountain, N.C. Their grand 5fjJ
daughter, Christina Brantley who
spent the summer with her grandparents -
,Mr.and Mrs.Green returned
home with them so that she could at- / / 7 f%//
tend school. 91ffiliiffl
Clary Terry of Ne.wberry, visitedhis
cousin Miss Elizabeth Terry on !
Friday morning.Mrs. I
Henry Smith and her son-in- S ____
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jim
LaMonte and son, Troy spent Mon $ I
day until Wednesday sightseeing in 1
St. Augustine. On Saturday they wentto ply \
Orlando to pick up Mrs. Tracey
Pettit and from there they will go to 'ASr II I
their home in Indianapolis Ind. MNRELlUNlr..CW
Christine and Kendall Mobley of .e.. r
Baldwin, spent Saturday with their
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Sunday afternoon with her mother. I
Mrs. C.R. Crews.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of
Jacksonville were Saturday supper DISH LAUNDRY
guests of their brother and sister-in- DETERGENT I
law Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith.
Mrs. Doris Hennington, of 149 49-OUNCB 69
Baytown,Texas and her mother.Mrs. p: :: 1
Florence Pate of Dry Creek La.. : H
spent a week with Mrs. Iva Johnson ..... M tel.ed .,,'.. prlcell
dishes soft Extraactlon I detergent
and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Sr.
Mrs. Wayne Hardee and childrenand 1 reflects 15-off label. 1

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, Jr.,
spent Monday at Strickland Landing
at Kingsley Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly spent a
week at their home on Bedford Lake MR. COFFEE
near Keystone Heights. I COFFEEMAKER
Friends of Mrs. Patricia Hayes wme.ecul.e.at.ornr, rPd.
regret to learn that she is a surgical ..css.ssMo.**.** /
patient in St. Vincent's Hospital. Bnwalwerms2-lequps.
Jacksonville. Our prayers are with : es..oe l asi.
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Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were
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Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Starling of Lakelandand

attended the Starling Reunion on 9i .....
Sunday at Lake Alford.
Mrs. Lissie Starling of Jacksonville COSMO QUARTZ
visited her daughter. Mrs. Elsie TRAVEL ALARM .
Norman for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Caldwell ,and I I3 : Ne.0.****

their sister. Mary of Jacksonville Oev.te.ee .. I
spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Luminous dial.Battery \
Fleam Starling.Mr. 0 : operated. -
Jbtam o? l
and Mrs. Truman Norman
were supper guests of their son and I
daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs.Reggie I INTERMAQNZTIC8TRACKTAPE&14
Norman on Tuesday at Itchtucknee:
Springs. [ ) ri

Miss Cyndi Schuyler of St. i PACK *ft4 ac4soi1SOUWCS UlownoleebT
Augustine is spending an extended ; PACK d:xN 'm
vacation with Bruce Massey and his OP LwT NONE \
parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee : u. taaIIrecordinglb1
Massey. *Ifs vefieiagl
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Mrs.: Edward Roberts and her son. .
Dusty of Miami came Thursday to
bring her',; granddaughter Heather hand'I ,, SELF-'APP
Roberts ''home. They returned to tOW
Miami Friday and her niece Rhonda y CAI/
Wilson went with them. /rHeflecta
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Teston of Landof 1 / + _
rays P M (
Lakes visited their sisterinlawMrs. sun
Earl Teston and niece Nancy on 3071en* not Sri
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Saturday. .....
Petty Officer 1st Class and Mrs.Joe
Harris and family attended a family ./ '
reunion which Mr. and Mrs. Jerry tETp"; I.'

Laney had in their home in Chipley.( ,
Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. :: C> 1 ,. K II
Max Laney and their son Greg, and
Mr. and Mrs. Golf Jerkins and -
daughter..:Elise and her daughter : III N.*ul r1.r,
Rachel, of Bonifay. While there the Applies tough wax a* i
Harris' visited the cemetery and did ...... you waab.
some work on her parents graves. 1:11: J
Mrs. Earl Teston had a cookout on : 0
Monday honoring her daughter. Nancy 200 ] PET'MFLEAATICK

on her 13th Birthday. Those present PET COLLAR ,
were: Mr. and Mrs. David
Gaines and son, Derek, Mike Teston. oat eAr *4 99Nauierl.M
Mr. and Mr,. Wayne Teston Mr. and : ,.... 1
Mrs. Randy Hayes,and Mr. and Mrs. 80X Keep your pet free of
Steve Hayes and daughter Kim.all of ..... lies & tick,
Starke.Mr. .
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and Mrs. M.M. Jordan and Hand
family,went to Atlantic City N.J.and
spent 5 days with their brother and
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Thompson.Mrs. .
James Dougherty and sons '
Courtney. Christopher Patrick, and GALAXY 4
Peter, left for Washington D.C. on ..... 20-INCH BOX FAN
Tuesday morning after being here for ..... .deli l3 9g
two months. Regular M.M
Mrs. Mabel Boyette returned home S { /..ver.OO..r.WAl.perqulet .-... /
with Col.and Mrs. Wm. Wilson,after M 4 motor.Balanced
two weeks with her : California
spending son and blade Orlll remove for cleaning '
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tom chaise.,

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spent the weekend with her ;
parents. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson II to "1,-t /

and daughter. Elizabeth.
Mrs. B.L. Wilklson. Sr.. visited her
MIII and daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Eckerd .

Hubert Wilkison of Live Oak. for two. you are / I >.......tai._Ml plow, ,
weeks and returned home on Thurs an You n.....pay more "
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day.Mr. ,, .
and.Mrs. H.D. Sheldon of money ''"opiwiana.. can MIyoar .'
Naples spent the'Wftkend with Mr They need WIll on .ep ol(e"..._"0"1"01'.ot| ......Good.
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Mrs. Fred Moore was a Wednesday
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31, will be held at, 10 Soon.!m..Saxon.today .Doctors i. .transferred him out of the' tion nb obtained b>culling'the f>'f- Public Defender Staff for Bradford join the firm of'Wolbertj I SaKbh mid special Pj l ack' 'tdSi.1,001" party is
(Thursday) In Archie Tanner Funeral he intensive care unit that afternoon, but lice of his.associates! 964-5200. and Union Counties and in May 1980 Middleton In Starke, where' **! tow planned for" all senior high'ers this
BOnt; *. followed! ,,by ,cremation in entered into a coma Monday night gained media attention when he filed tined to handle mainly-: tvlmirta'l Sunday evening at the..bpme of Mr.
Gainesville.; asr/*, result.ot, kidney ,and.' .Intestinal Saxon began his legal career in 1975 a civil suit In Circuit Court on behalf cases. '' .1' "1 9'fIlW '"'// and Mrs. Warren SfeVeftso'ii' beginn-

/Saxon, a. former assistant public railureraccoruirlg to Jess Wolbert,his after graduating from the University of nine Florida State Prison inmates( ; During the weekend al.&VKosftftli]I Fpgpt S:3rf: p.m veryWeVasked tomeet
partner. and longtime, friend. Aiautbpsva of Florida'law school He worked as
Render whose legal battles Saxon i : at the Church.or!th h'.hme( on
l with the ; |ordered bylhe State Attorney the first.director; of the Storefront: alleging that FSP was so dangerousdue had undergone surgery't; '.
gate prison system resulted In anumber < ( largely to overcrowding) that relieve fluid around the'bealtaidied ;;.. Crosby Lake. ; Y.
Aid Gainesville
s office no report had been Legal Society, a
of court-ordered changes, the constitutional rights of inmates after his liver and other,ofganaf The Joe ..M.tiI., meet In'. tbefellowship'h
received offered '
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fed Monday !in ,Alachua through Wednesday afternoon attorneys' group that : failed. tt at l3 pirn .
General free legal service to needy persons in protection against cruel and unusual At the time he was found tyy/ ni3 "
Hospital.JA punishment was violated. wife near their lake home, ,;he had. Everyone Is still talking about Ihe-
civil suits He later merged this ser ,
Saxon, a man of considerable vice with the Three Rivers Legal Services On the basis of Saxon's actiori'Cir reportedly been jogging.. '. fun they had at the razy Squarest'game
( Polk County native the young attorney writing talent as well as legal ability Inc., and obtained federal cult Judge R.A., (Buzzy) Green last Sunday. evening This
was found unconscious Friday was working. on several manuscriptsat assistance, to employ* several staff ordered the prison's population Besides his wife, Theresa 'iTess),; game, held as a fupd, aising project
By his wife, Tesa near the new home the time of;4iia death. His' family lawyers i and aides to assist low Income decreased to 750 inmates. He later Saxon of Starke he is survived\ byjiis( for'the youth was,'a'\big success
they had recently moved into at has requested that a scholarship fund clients.. raised the limit to 900 but ordered a, parents,Richard A. and Frances Saxon Talent from all corners of Starke
Sampson Lake. He was taken to the to assist young,unpublished writers number of Improvements to be made. of Lake Wales; two sisters, Capt; were flown in to participate. The
hospital in Gainesville; where he be created in his" name by friends who After two years in the public'' Laurie Saxon, of Fort Hood!Texas Master of Ceremonies was none ot her
regained consciousness Saturday. wish to contribute. Further Informa- He was later appointed to the defender's office.Saxon left in 1980 toROSE and Nora Saxon, Medeira leach:" tban John Dempsey, along with
players such as Lori and Norm Conti
Rev. Warren Langcr, Nancy andRichard
Odom, Carolyn Eaves
Oleeta and Don llardenbrook, Glen
"''n'Lv.*..*na. and. John S.'hmidl;: Bill

Health Beauty Aid / Twelve McRae, and contestants; Phyllis and won Jay Carver prizes

donated'' from local merchants'

Stumps, McDonalds, Western Auto,
Specials for Eckerds Harry Green Auto Parts.

Bradford Square "Florists
Stricklands, Bret and Office .
Shop and World Book Child Craft-
John and Verna Schmidt co-
distributors. Many thanks to the merchants -
players, contestants, and ti>
Cana Schmidt, the Summer Youth

__ v. __. worker, who coordinated everything
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By Dolores' Meng
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r Muim a! 10f ,..- ICIf..- ., I"S0. f1..u..r .CongratulationsCarolyn Holmes, daughter of Mr
..fo "'".. and Mrs. 'Roosevelt Holmes of
I. ." I Hawthorne was united in marriage on

Iforimtated .., ...' 3O FREE. August 14 at .m. to Ulysses Woods
WITH 100 son of Mr. and Mrs. Elick Woods ot

eyes Mf Ik I Hampton.' The ceremony was performed '
.. =" by Rev. J.B. Richardson of I
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._ .,l' :=- Gainesville at the home of the

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Following the ceremony a recopt ion
ECKERD for approximately forty guests was
MILK'LOTION held at the Holmes home Wedding
SIGNAL VITAMIN C CENTRUM cake and punch were served.

Sincere sympathy is extender!to the
MOUNCIFa 499 S-OUMCI O.SOUNCISale 0 ouNCE MO MO. 39 tOTTLI family and friends of Joe D Tombs
.119 99 PINK 79- 1 or toonos 599 I who died at the age of 55: in Hampton
E.N I.N sale tOTTLIOP 39me
4. Services conductedby
Priori .......... Priced .......... PrIced ........ Priced] ..... 100 .......... ........... on August Rev. J.B. Richrdbon were at the
*freaher breath.Price reflects With whiteners.For better oral Helps sooth&clean*Irritated Moisturizing lotion for beautiful Rose hips are a rich source of High-potency multi-vitamin Macedonia Baptist Church Buri.il
40-off label. Limit 2 hygiene. Limit. 1 eyes. Limit 1'' kin. Limit 1 Vitamin C. Take It daily Limit 1 4 mineral supplement Limit was in Oak Grove Cemetery in

1I Camilla Ga.
Mr.Toombs lived in Hampton for 13
years and worked as City Custodian.
'.. .Happy Birthday
FUCKER A I Mrs. Belle Brown celebrated her
NEUTROGENASOAP G UMTOOTHBRUSH, 92nd birthday on August 21st She enjoyed -
LADIES'SHAVER lunch that day with Mr. and

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toa 9i1 98 Mrs. Brown enjoyed the visit last
I Rounded brittle Prlc .1
:Dealgned especially for wo Transparent facial soap. reflect 15 off label. Ial.rlk..r ,,, ........... IflcKllps wee t of her son and daughter-in-law,
Original formula. Limit 2 : II Mr.and,Mrs. ,Gordon West of Miami.
men. Limit: LimitsFLUORIGARD Convenient Mnp*o ok copuiln contain
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June Had'dock celebrated her birth-
day on August 19.

TRONOLANECREAM ; PROPA P.H. NATURE MADE NUTRA-E Amy Williams. was 13 years old l on


oNcI 88 t-OUNCI 4 77 IS-OUNC! e/eN t-ouNca LII.ureVitamin. 359' On..August 25 Tracy Youngblood

".:'iLMpl., .-.} ..1 j',1 nr.,4uKilp0.1HI. d.......... I I.Plod .........1 celebrated her 11th birthday
; Acne medication for a clear With fluoride.Price reflects f1isn W concentrated form.
u.to lIemorrhold.I.w pain ... u complexion. Limit 2. 20' off label. Limit 2PHISODERM {Apply lo moisturize roughened,dry skin. NbTRtIE'f II VisitorsMr
and Mrs. Eddie and
\ FiUpatrick
nn i s ura
.. children,of Tampa spent a recent
rf' utl3NLAkifiJTW "'VrIATUREeMADE'r) weekend with his mother and sister!

( p3gAT OART.U EA BREEZE .- Y o 9,19 Q LrgAPSULES I and family Viola Lefebvre, and Mr.
w and Mrs. Henry Spell. Their sons
/ OSITORtr p xoA' ANTISEPTIC" CLEANSER37 j// iottio"4 69I Mike and John, had spent two weeks

1. 0aof1 19 aelparellev i OUNCt ..89 | I here and enjoyed their trip to Gatlin-
... :::.:.. .......... l I errtth tconhlbuleilo GARIIC burg. ,
Id G'i OMy yenlorrhoids. Non-alkaline skin cleanser + rf a r> a a 'a4I l. Olt Mr. and Mrs. Paul l.efthvre of
for the skin.
Da mlt ntlseptlc 1 & conditioner. Limit 2 tAPSUIIS M / Crosscut, Arizona visited his mother

... .wrn aGialPetLOREN'SVITAMIN3 and family, Mrs. Viola Lrfebvrc over
the weekend.
'' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fiocchi of
Y. R9 = S z
i I UP-PUF BUF PUF'monomediated CLEARASILACNE Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul
.ECHO V! I 1 PONGE MEDICATION }sioTl'l ueuoN M lei"m V Meng last Wednesday. On Thursdaythey '
\ IR- !Lt Q IN3O all had dinner together at the
eo r, 1-OUMCI k e.le ore ., ., .
Jf f Fiocchi home Gatorbone Lake.
188 YOU 199 ChewlbleYltam rylmpor on
,aN oreN r w ti .. we CHOICI ....,.... end fjutrjems reeded dally, Mrs.. Martin Meng and daughter
4 raj. V clearing + Vanishing Tinted for Amanda, visited her parents Mr. and
i ,$uahlon.4InfOI1 Cbal5WOC vs.M sponge. Limit 2 '- mula. Limit 2 Mrs. Willard Stinson and family at
"lie Limit*J'plr Mont verde on Tuesday.Mr. .
"\LT_ II and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr.
and Mrs. Randy Scoggms, Erik and

LOTION ; Hunter Adam and Hence of Keystone
Heights, on August 20. They all
UPPORTER.n 1S-OUNCI T8 .OUNCI ICIILIII 151 IN-STORE celebrated Adam's 8th birthday.

IiNPrb.d........ ........... .......... $ Kevin Meng returned home Saturday
The Ideal hands body A light fresh clean.fragrance. 300.c after one week camping and

VChoiceofal2N.Greatforn all sports. or moisturizer. Limit 1 Limit 2 oupons 1 sightseeing Twin in the CelebrationMr. Smokey Mountains

SEEIN.STOREDISPLAYFORDETAllS and Mrs. Wallace Collins en-
joyed a dinner party at the home of

.DEODORANT SPRAY. CONDITIONER t tl' V V.:.. August 19 at Palm Valley. They were

.1.7 9 -ouMci 4 29 t OUNCI 14', SHAMPOO t II; celebrating birthdays., Wallace's and Theran'

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Extra atreogth for long Instant londltioner: for Maximum problem perspiration ,.rj.ipVglv d\ Hampton Elementary: School
"la tIna deodorant pro- more body.Limit :2 protection. Limit 1 I *extra body ft manageability MN dI The opening of the 1981.82 school
Limit 1 4 ..' your hair. Limit I
tection. rrrl season on Monday, August 24, went
very smoothly.) Students seemed to

r. 05 HAIR SPRAY enjoy seeing friends again and mostof
JOVAKMUSK !!:: It{ them entered a higher grade.
OIL ,."" ,YOUKCMOKI 439 Principal Connie Clark :was on handto

.. 0 PAC Choice of 7-or aarosol spray orp4s. 'ywe Teachers this year are: Cindee
pump apray type Limit! ,t I :' Lawrence Kindergarten'i'Jean Clark
.0101''' I TrPU i '
I.OUNce.a. V 1st grade;; Vicki Seal.2nd( ;, Vicki'
; Powell 3rd; Mindy McLean 4th '
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99* : V..OSHOTQL TREATMENT ; Claudette Frees -' Sth; Jim Lewis -
9., I : PACKOPI I'I) 6th; Carole Stevenson 7th;
4 ,&ii .
Regular.deodorant : Natue's protein: 167 Earselene 'Zimmerman' Title I
or auper. Limit 1 treatment for dam ; ,"""" ;
long'lasting tenauoul gext nlr.' Limit 2 Salonformuletrealmentcondtlonsagiveeadded :::. .:: J.:, Mary' Busch Special'- Education: '. '
frgranc! ;Limit... 1. I lifetohalrLlmhL" A."-V \ Lucy' Hodges Is -Sed/etafy( and'
.. Kathryn (Brooke is'' Librarian.: Aides
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'. every rail /color or SIKH and while" ,_ custodian: -
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'node 111m d..lOpecJ and_, i: jooAY. r; Bradford, 1 ; .
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AND EVERYDAY q. : YlSAw Classroom volunteers"are;.needed .
IMce tile Mm:'Q t two lore of pnnl'dim' r : '
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Walnut especially' If you
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It's "The Gators Yeas"And .', lorn8d0es. Set for Parents Night Friday I

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Bradford's PatrickA'aWKfl" ;:
Bradford High's Tornadoes will go
before spectators for the first time
this fall as Parents Night will be held

hould: ,See..:p .Jiig"tii e Friday The' ,Parents August 28 Night. at BHS.program will :

start at 7 p.m. at the gymnasium witha
There's an optimistic aura in week he was moved to the right outside scrimmage; to ,follow under- the
this linebacker post, where he's' lights.
Gator country year.
Now a Bulldog or Seminole fan listed as backup to Wilbur Mar- After that it's one more week of
would sneak in now with an "Oh, it's shall, a sophomore who's been just practice before the Fall Jamboree I II
Gator short of sensational since: moving II.
of the
always been'The Year which Is set for Friday night Sept. 4.
end to linebacker. Remaining I
be denying that from tight week off
but there can no in Palatka. Then another I..
side Brown
the left was
of Florida football peopleare on
University practice follows before the season
the 1981 and impressive freshman
truly optimistic entering opens at home against Macclenny-
Johnson of Panama City.
Coaches are quietly
predicting more good things in the Linebacker coach Dwight Adams Baker County.
wake of the 8-4 1980 turnaround. said Patrick, who had three solo Tornado Coach David Hurse said
players! tackles,three assists, and a fumble Tuesday that the offense still has a Ii
like recovery as a specialty team ways to go to be ready for the opener II
Wayne member last year,still will figure in against the Wildcats._!
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'81 Gator defensive plans. "I'd say a
Peace ratio would be something like 60-40( "Right now the defense is ahead of 4
Bob Hewko or 70-30 (starters to backups)," the offense, Nurse said of practice. II
when asked with the defense.On III
David Adams said Monday "I'm very pleased
how much Patrick and the other second offense we're improving but we're +' I:
:jallowa- teamers would play. "Of not as far along as I'd like for us to be. 1
y, Chris course if one guy has a hot hand The' simple reason for that is inex-
Faulkner and- we're not about to take him out. But perience in the offensive backfield. faV i ; :
.1ameaJones in the tough SEC games and the non- It'll-just take time to correct that. I
conference games with people like We're putting in a new system and I''
Miami and FSU a guy just has to geta you just don't learn it in a week and a gJ ,
are eenerati- little rest." half. It's gonna have to be put in little Ii
U you listen to Adams tell it the by little.'
ng outside linebacker spot at Florida is IiIi
citement Patrick only Superman could handle Indeed, the offensive backfield has
a position
with just' one player with varsity ex- r ,4,; Ii
honor adequately. : IiI
their listings on preseason
oerience this Fall, that being fullback
have to have strength -
teams, and orange and blue fans are "Oh. they I
gobbling up season tickets at a size,quickness, the ability to change Emmett Watkins. p a, 13p
Hurse said rookie quarterback John
directions, run and react, diagnose 'rk11
record And smack pace. dab in the middle of cover zone drop back man-to-man... Thompson is improving daybydayand s :,e' 't r u4
be able to line also praised the of Watkins.
to t
that atmosphere Is Lawrence and yet they've got
Patrick upbeat, Starke's contribution to the up and take on a tackle a bunch," The halfback post is wide open now amp usY'
Adams said. And he didn't stop with with defenders Brian Thomas and Y
mouthful "They're a combination Larry Long included in that picture. A
Patrick, a junior beefed up to 6-2, that : '
Of the defense Hurse "we'vegot
at of a lot of positions. They've got :
225 and with two Spring practices .
outside linebacker behind him, is in' to be able to fight that tackle off and pretty good experience over there ,--:0--- -- -- ,.;
the best position of his three years at keep a running back off their feet andwhere\ 'we're" not experienced"we've
UF (he redshirted as a freshman) to and yet they have to double-cover a got talent. Thompson Releases a Pitchqut as He's Tackled. .
contend for playing time, despite a wideout at times. And they probably The kicking game is another asPectmore First-year Tornado quarterback John Thompson gets rid t I s gather In the football and head upfleld with coaches Mike the,
recent move that would have to be have more keys to read ana react to" of a lead option pitchout just in time as a defender meets S:exton (left and Carlton. Faulk pictured in
considered a demotion.All than any other player on the field. TORNADO FOOTBALL pg. him coming down the line.Bruce Simmons is the player set i ackground.
Spring and for the early part of "It takes a good athlete"he added I4A ,.... .
sounded obvious after the ...
the Fall Lawrence was which '"'r.- B
a close battle with. Gainesville description of the responsibilities. ,t. -t' i
Eastside product Val Brown (&-4, Patrick, by the way, was listed in --
230) for the number one position at the Spring by Coach Charlie Pell as
left outside linebacker. Just last one of the most consistent Gators.Allnu4tai .


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Allen Scott, a bright spot in football qualitieshe's very quick on his feetfor PRICE 't 1 .U:
track field, and wrestling in a man his size and he's a super ..1..H.a
an otherwise down athletic year for leader. I just hope he loses a little bit I &Gbna'n;
Bradford High in 1979. will this of weight (Scott is now 9-10,245)." ',f 'JrlTi
season be concentrating on footballat A preseason poll of conference I .

Mars Hill College. in North coaches tabbed Mars Hill as run- Announcing the installation of our new printing press!: ;' iiJ'A, i s9 noflar .=
Carolina. nerup to Elon in the South Atlantic .noild Id.II"/1I
And the attention-Allen is payingto and Gibson said his club could i .
just one sport is paying off as the achieve that but said the Lions designed for Quick Printing
is iotllo
former state class 3A heavyweight "should be great in 1982." EET This press $
wrestling runnerup is due to start at "Last year was the first time Service.18.
offensive tackle for the Lions.who somebody from outside Texas or .:: This means 24 HR. ZIlss
are shooting to make the NAIA Arkansas won the NAPA national t w.
small college playoffs for a second championship," Gibson said. "Our iol gi Mm iKiroilV nA
straight year. conference is getting stronger and I OurPrinting 18 bl!). sd) Iliw lied} e'naM
Last season Mars Hill finished stronger." oe,fiTF,6 In aril\ ni .; .Jqoa ,Mid fiT' .rtt.q
8-2-1, losing in the first round of the I n1AbiO
playoffs to Kearney St..Kansas with Bright Tyson | tart 'soli) nl) > tot e avert! la t U
Allen starting a couple of games late ot9 yam,,,: Department .. -oownq 10 '19gfas/ j i 00300!
in the year. His club pinned a lone 'Out of Football Print Your .. .)..1 bn lf culls
defeat on Elon to tie for the South [J403 Camera Ready Copy We' Can 'II4IU'J"t, 'd (i .919 ? It ,8' lu'&
Atlantic Conference crown and Elon Former Tornadoes Emmett Bright o: I IZ .1>>
went on to a national title with a who was playing cornerback at Troy 8Y -x 11 Camera.Ready Copy On
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131.1 mark. State in Alabama last year, and Marvin ; At' toW
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But where the 1980 Mars Hill club Tyson who was a running back at V Colored Paper .9 y
relied on defense, allowing anationallow Illinois State, have both dropped out :Z $2D&5 JicliSPECIAL sly
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outfit should be more balanced Bright gave up the game and school n HI H in; .lt
despite the loss of 13 seniors,and because he's chosen to go into the 'T :.. THIS WEEK OIILY um .1 1tpIlJlaole. : : M. Jq(1)b1"'m1./ III' .m 8
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Now a sophomore he's listed Church here in Starke. Tyson on the ':: No lo; .,-__.',.S...,1.. h.,. ,; 11.:01t. :
number one at right tackle heading other hand is still Illinois State but is i mutt
3idor.fi ml i a I Til(
into Fall drills. concentrating on the books rather '
than the handoffs this year. .:..;:': .i::' ''J ;L,". : 'ne.neol C.)' .In'hIlJ; ," t .1 clI"rIch' li..

"He's one of our good offensive Bright was a defensive back for A .', S AV1N69.
linemen" Lion Coach Claude Gibson -' BHS's 1976 playoff team while Tyson l\\: .: ," ,A' ,
said in a phone conversation last set a Tornado single-season rushing. ; r.
week. "You know Allen's fine record in 1978. '" <.
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Editor Buddy Colling,Including" the won-lect record for every Tornado football' '
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-,' Conferenctrlnet in Starke lasfwfcekgj.And ".kf. ,
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licial 1981 schedule aY well as a'new
e Sep<< :28 ut Orange Park I IOct.
for the .
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.t Callahan making a nine team league /qx
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split up
Oct.24 ut Union Co.Oct. .
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NNYM'f f11. ':tt<* X 1. MYUnM Mr11MY M1i1Npi Q liplt/ Cowboys will be in the
{ Nov 14 ul MuldlolMirg
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National division along with 'Otpnge
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;'! I Hearing tests using electronic equipment will be given on Friday

1 j .,r, August 28 from 9 amo 5 p.m. Our hearing old specialist will be

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., ',,,y._..' .....l 011.....,I.___. These tests have been set because many people suspect they

have trouble! hearing and UNDERSTANDING. Use of the latest

/ > f"' electronic equipment will indicate whether there is such a pro

bl.m and if it can electronically helped. Som. of the causes of

hearing loss will be explained, and diagrams of how the ear

... works will be available for those Interested.


w:: Everyone especially senior citizens, should have their hearing '

4 n 4I tested electronically at least once a year !If there Is trouble! at all

hearing clearly even those who wear hearing aids and those

told nothing could be don., should have a test with the !lastest

method of hearing corr tlon.
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Practice Makes Nearly Perfect... Koch's Drug Stor. 166 W. Call St.

'i'SJ* a coupleof| tries"&Many" tile Pee Wee Cowboy cheerleaders of Bradford Strong In front bottom deck from left to right Vicky Goodowns. Dan. Atkins.

Pop Warner lootball stacked .p Into this pyramid for the camera during Beth Tanner and Nicole Johnson: second deck left to right Victoria Butler. Appointments for Friday can be arranged by calling 9646757.Pleaate .
practice last week... and they've Just been practlng a short time Marcle: McSwatn. and Tlela Bute third deck Carla McCutcheon and Allison Mc-
The girls, who are coached by Kim Brown and sponsored by Donna Ford are: Cutcheon. and lop Cheryl Blaiell; at right Is Stephanie Rlgby below and Dawn call for an 0fpj ofnifmevsfto ;
Tammy Grlffls at left and Shannon Ford above her; la the pyramid Toyka Mostly above.

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DC1Flagk'ootball!Jf1rnllJ(3ll SECTION :1.Bradford ... _.....1 ......

: surrtmKM OUTLATV UTBMBtt.Ht.99. Llaw SIS.
( IoDa'M 100 00t7.I01.CL

INSTRUCTION services! WOO 1.711,111.00 7t6.943.003t.iOt.00 179.tat.PC1.970.OO ,7.na.ea
CountyDistrict r.ii ll rcronn l S e rrUInmroct .. 4152. 194,514.00Juiif 147.051.90 17.2'5.00 -
.loruil HoJtit S vT. ..1i11;( ..... ;,
mriicHo 0>irrlcul Ilnl ne.
'I 'J" 71 /!' >-,,"' "' \ ,"rr,, 'rwr I' I.Miiil; Scuf ..1..1.. ;; fi, I" A'" A" ', i
Registration:: M'I" rC h"1Pl\4 : 'r? ntct '"
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5cl. olfncllHlc.JAI I.tr. 1.M1.IK
Registration for Youth Flag Football c.. 4 Con.t.S ,400. 'WI.... ,,,,.. .
begins August 31 and ends Sept. 110-00 .11 ....
1'1.. r lclKilnl.i.mira 500' 11.07.00 11.434.00tO.14t.00 l.tffff.fftf.maa.aa
13 for boys and girls in 7.10 and 11-13 .BoardRecommended Cunt: rA..n Srrvle.A r v m ... .... ..... ... ..... *

age groups Interested in playing in Tu.......r.r.,Ie... *00 467.tt4.00 2114.. DO 17.f 97.00 119.7M.OC19.9M.OO 3.009.90 ---
the Starke Rec.: Department leagues. 1..wrn. I/w .... et... 157.tit.00349.07f.00 241.9:JO.OO 432.94.00-= .000.00 4...v.AI..
Age determining date Is September of H..t diM ."' IUI ... ft" M.tra.oa *"" "" aall.3tt.00 m-oaa-oa ... AI
211981. Registration times are 8:30: C-.I&" Ssrv'#.. I
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Old Armoryand TOTAL INSTRUCTION AND .00 .1
3-5 p.m. at Pratt St. Rec. Center. surriwr. SKRVICFS > 9.949,333.91 f.J14.118,00 1,071,119.00 H2.HL11 JtJ.711.Ot 74.41%.00 117 "'.0C
The only*signup charge is for the .
". ".
game T-shirts which each child ;.. finall Budget tH1 IIAM1it'USI'AHI'

keep's. Mate formation will be fI Ih'h' Srrvlrr v....... s+TftT,1 _ftcnOtl i.' isriMATin KEVPTOIrtDIXAL
ava"ablfa, I Nfatipn.Menle Cn ifAl rfo a4'ln I......1..f'f 9 uvnut
I! I n S..ocl..t Rrvrlnr hArlr DIUCTl ACR te0,
$ g INerQIpaet: CurrentNOMXT Oltatiesa -TIi- 34.OOO.OO
Meed'i 1 1981-1982 'AI. AI'ratM'alAT10N3 aCN1TTANl23 I.O.T.C. 11 15 .ODD.DD
Is S 'I II / ANU IAI.AMC .. .. IrflfDtlAt. -
I I hl'l''' trvvrvr for .nv.ntnrRurvrvr UCZITZD THMOCV STATSl
An ori lanai torMenaF
1I.ca: meeting
t..r &..In CAr t. rlc llMlUrrtrrty setups Acattuoe ttatrr 22
ag, I 'pikball will be held at 7 erAl a ,
Old ThiriW'-Yrnlght. Sept..10. in the -

.If yo P a\t4,;;t}} have team In the JEt""Juo aLSLRVlh I aAl UU E4uc tto* rtautc helrr 110 5.tt2.f71.0O
league a; leant'manager or representative Cuaamitty tMCtuetiooal anises. 113
MUm Attend League fees Y Jnhci (. DZSTUCT' ICTOOI. lOW) CO4O9 VUhlMl4 for Mal.abnaehe Lf..e' 321 1.L11.9)Coer
rules I j. etc will be dlscWIIed. ....... .. "a1tb I4l1Caet. 131 I.OOO.OO7.18O.OO
nO / OF Bradford __,_cool>z:. nauwA School
Tpir, i ''i,l:) !qo bssSi Co.wael 1..cNcUo..1! Ka'aI'S.1.stoats' 33+

Women's Excercise JA isqc*! a t- riaeal TM July 1..1MX M JUM 10. Ift2DISTUCT rrel.eot.iatio.. 6\184 13Ml 79.461.00 S2.00O.OO

Cla &I'' i OI;'$" tart ai'iq olclc.1 tinaun BUDCR StAt StAt LleooM latest tuN TAX 3A2 341 i.ooo.oo
l ?
SIMUXT snsrftcno ooaateao' :
Exceriise"I classes' for romeii'wlll"F =, Exoaytloe TruatStudoaa rut 144
begin again Tuesday. Sept. 8, at 9:30: DcvolopMiic SonricoaEducation 331
a.m. in the Old Armory. i. AunwMm AMD TAX unnI. Tr--.on.Uoa 134 1 :

Classes will be held Tuesday/, l4uc.'iosal x.r..e Crete 131Ceq.uttory .
every :3Jull.! .
and l0 ": : ., IUU 338 96,54.OO
from 9:30
Thursday mornings :
lOIS: classea.aiuifrom ; l.cS-ee'.f TaliM of hope..C7 Z. Tea Lo.lw'.. Ketwgt Irtaaqtluealot hoaxer lit 33t.46r.OO
a.nvi/or! !regular Hlsraae. Uueaelo (Scaca)
----lrct-eTClt Nny 41alort hMtety .ilia) 31
for aerobic
lOil !Jto 11 4
SurflMwaC toe Seboslua IU,lac Mic 12 7.198.00
should dance. There i is no charge students (a) .m..e 147,7 7.'.= (.) MeCl'ke acMel >callAaoui State ...._ 30LOCALSOOtCISl 9. 61.00
accordingly. Ttioe pAml e4luner.. 3.IOO.OO

--.e. leattptiat --a--- (1t) c..uat Ta1te.Netei .
,_ Olitrtec School TAX
Tac. .. all 'J'.5J7.00
,g bc... r..a ? 'ZI' UTlliU
_'< -.. 14nc) Its
t) ta..e asi11tklaa
123 '.000,00
121' 4'110.00
\, Ituuet Xaelu4i. halts a Ltwatrttt "f" :I M .4)0 6 'I 5.00".00
1'C'UL' xu.u !llaettlaatow local SoureAa ) 'to. X0.000.00
Lsl 11IIIff\\
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f ;
-. TOTAL UVtVUt : : 'J/ 7.S47.tlt.93
4 2. UCArtTOLATtOM Of' OUTtlCt tWl/dT iODCTt '10

1n1'un.l1: Other A.THAXSnUtrro ..clOCCHIM .. ;:!."O. -:1'_ r: --_...7., 320. t.too.oo
ii Debt S.rico FuadaFro 204JO
cUd: htaett hods. 6J.72O.OO
... '- fro Sp ctAl t._ "-4a . 440
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tea 2taufort ,. '\ j, : .
AT iccniinie or TIAJH
MA rvo for lacMBkrABCosU >> 2410 701..0

.. .r...r Fund SalABC < ana J.,.. ,
TOTAL ran IALAllCI ,. ..,U4...
A Tee-Ball Chaw... I fir" ntOTALISTLYAtLD
Llttl!. .w' ',

works on her bubble-blowing before r' MCtlPTf p A>tAUNCZS i grrer! 7tt1.0tl.91f
last week's: final game against the ':' lit! -
Crack !!rs. '
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|. The proposed .millage for the Operating Budget ,Is 4.512 mills.' 1 This Is the minimum required, ... by Florida Statutes to participate, In

'n the Florida Education Finance Program. public hearing will bevheV i'on this
'proposed final
budget and
Irrt' required ml 11
I ;
Thej f full Tcllrlkobrfills age on Monday
August31. '1981 .at 7 P.M. In the '
office of the Bradford County'Scho 01 Board : 582 North
.wst :Vanityfair. : Temple Avenue Starke Florida ,The above
193*. The futura Pat Nixon,, .. notice was authorized, August 20, 1981. -...jfe llMt >(,C FJii. ;.,I. .
was .I In It.as an extra.I Thomas L. Caseyfh. S Superintendent of Schools: ,. Bradford County Florida
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1 1I I ..Tornado Football .. ,,/ ,, ;. I 0.':

iI '.' "'". .'It p. :
; Sporting' from 12A I, ... .
more :
I pg. .. ". .. .. \n,', ..... ," t, :;
Buddy that's getting plenty of attention in 'c' O' ."". :
workouts and Hurse staff Chain-Gang Workers : pP"I .. .
the ', 'i"" .. .'" "
Tidbits... Collings .. i hopes to settle soon who will handlethe Needed for 5 GamesA Forget Costly DelaysAmerican 'halo. '
punting and placekicking duties.
( chain is t :
crew needed
gang again
Long and Craig Sapp are vicing for .. ,
; :
for five
the Tornado home and r. :
1. \ the"Gus"punter's Braswejl role, sophomore while Sapp Wayne, Kick Hurse Is asking anyone interested games in Has It .f., ,"i". :

I< ..",:: t'., Sports.Editot r Slocum Francis,are and kicking freshman placements.John David to working contact on him the(sideline fieldhouse marker, 964-6470)crew, "In Stock" .." .:.. :'Jt. !, ".: r,,) ;:

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r ..Homecoming night for Bradford High has been set for November 23 with I H & R Block To Offer .'
North, Marion's Colts visiting the Tornadoes in the season's sixth game... ,+ 411 :::

i Tax School In StarkeThousands .%p'
...Former Telegraph and WPXE news reporter Andy Dennon kindly mailedme i
1 a clip from the Houston Chronicle on Starke's Larry rOWD. The story was
I on the aging (and rebuilding) of the Steelers with emphasis on Brown because of people are earning Courses are Ideally suited for ,. -:
J he was the lone veteran of the four previous Super Bowl victories who played in money in their spare time as income housewives, retired persons, Now,'American'. MlnaCO. Olvliion/ Lake City Branch,hM addtd.. ;=
all 16 last 9-7 tax dun".. end agricultural bwlngi, M watl I M power mmemhalon :
during year's Pittsburgh campaign. preparers. teachers persons
i games or wanting to increase
........ ,
to our regular lln of mine,mill end contrrtins.uppfl... Call :
Speaking of the injuries that clamped Pittsburgh Brown was quoted as saying H & R Block, the world's largest their tax knowledge.
ui ooll ct for full detail We make r.puler watkly and MwMfclyacrow :
: : "When you look back at that, it was disappointing but you realize we had an Income tax preparation service, is Qualified course graduates .may .d1f1v..1. North Florida.ThouMndt ,
I awful lot to overcome and we were not quite able to get it accomplished." offering a basic income tax course be offered Job interviews for positions I i
The article (written by New York Times News Service) also states that starting September 8th with morn- with Block. of SteelHundrMfc .::
; although Brown receives a minimum of accolades, the Steeler players now Many accept
ing, afternoon and evening classes employment with Block because of of Typat h 1 1Protwloiwl S :
regard him as the best pass blocker in their profession and the equal as an
available. .0
fensive lineman of the center, Mike Webster, who is annualy voted to the all- the flexible hours available. BMlstMm application' and of ;:
the 12 week ma equip.nwnt
During course,
league all-pro team. However, Block Is under no obligation uppllM.Na ::
Hmmm, that's pretty impressive stuff. students will study all .phases of in- to'offer employment, nor fire i I -.
Andy by the way is now sports and news director at a radio station in come tax preparation and receive graduates under any obligation to *> <*expanded 11...o*meratundlMConvenient 3

Bellville, Texas, and is broadcasting five newscasts and four sports shows a actual experience in preparing in- accept employment with H & R kl earvice from..... .
day. He'll again be doing high school football play-by-play this Fall. We wish dividual returns. Experienced Block Block. Lake City Branch

Andy and his wife Gayle the best of luck... personnel will teach current laws, The modest course fee includes all f

theory and application as practicedIn textbooks, supplies and tax forms AmericanINDUSTRIAL. .
...Anyone interested in working as a member of the sideline chain crew for Block offices nationwide.There is necessary for completion of the : .0
this season's five Tornado home football should contact BHS Coach
games classroom lecture each
a on subjectand school. and r
David Hurse... Certificates 7.5 continuIng RESOURCES, INC.
practice problems at every education units will be awarded

...Starke's Donnie Sewell weathered one more cut and is now within one weekof level. Courses are programmed to upon successful completion of the D/B/A MINECO ?
making the Miami Dolphins squad and becoming our second National Foot- teach students increasingly complextax course. LAKE CITY BRANCH I :
ball League pro. problems as study progresses. Registration forms and brochures
Tuesday the Dolphins placed 10 players on waivers to get down to 50 playersand Students will find the course both in- for the Income tax course may be obtained Industrial Park-Old Columbia City Road ;
just five more have to go to get down to the 45-man roster allowed to open teresting and challenging by contacting the H&R Block Lake P. O. Box 1607. :
the season with. That last.cut comes this coming Monday, August 31."He's Anyone may enroll. There are no office (at 964 N. Temple Ave., City, Florida 32035 .
hanging in there., said Dolphins spokesman Charley Callahan. "He'sbeen restrictions or qualifications. telephone 984-8288. Telephone(904)752-7312 ::
bothered a little by a sore shoulder but he's in the battle for it." IAcMrtMne o
Sewell was on the injured reserve list all year in 1980 but worked out with the -
Dolphin squad at both offensive guard and tackle during the last half of the -


...The Methodist Hospital-City of Jacksonville Senior Olympics will be held
Saturday, October 24,on the campus of Jacksonville University says a JU press Enter the "
release. .' ,',..,. .'
Fun and games for citizens age 55-and-over is the name of the game that day. .i1',1 :
Events planned range from billiards, checkers, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and :
table tennis to the more strenous, such as basketball, track and field, swimm- : .1S9:4'.RADFRD '
ing, golf, and tennis.
For entry information call the Public Relations office at JU, 744-3950, or Rob ;
Paris at Methodist Hospital, 354-2071, ext. 5080. Lunches will be proved to all
I .'
...In looking forward to next year Starke Dixie Youth Major League coach ."'
Edward Akridge has said "We should have an even stronger league in Starke
next year. I think I'm going to try for splitting ourselves up into two leagues
because the interest in it is getting to where we could do that."
Akridge said the advantage in going back to two leagues would be two-fold: 1) trrap1
during the regular season more boys would play more innings but coaches .1
wouldn't be burdened down with cumbersome rosters numbering 16-17 boys
(and girls). And 2)) the league woulcf then send two all star teams into the
District tournament for 11-12 year olds. It's Akridge's view that not only can
Starke put two competitive teams in an all star field but more boys deserve to
be all stars than is presently allowable with just one team... .

Fishing Contest UnderwayThe Th'is'Uinder ContE.tWe r

first entries for the Telegraph Fish Finder Contest came in over the
weekend, all in the Big Bass category and a 7-pound, 4V& ounce catch
brought in by Doug Gray of Starke is the early leader.
Brown brought that catch in Sunday along with a 6-pound, 9 ounce bass, to know there got to-be a bujyth of fine PRIZE LIST
the official weighing station: S&S Bait &: Tackle. Bobby Garmon of Starke BIG BASS DIVISION1st
also brought in a 5:% pounder for weigh-in. No early entries were weighed in fishfinders out there.. we want to Imowyraerel!
the Pan Fish division for strings of 10 fish. Place.
The contest started Saturday, August 22, and will run through Saturday dp .* Sept. 19,at 5 p.m. There is no entry deadline.The only requirement is that an We want you to join in on thF'a du!! t ,
entry form is filled out and brought in with (or before) fish are brought in for 1st TELEGRAPH F1SIIFINDEB fr 2800 Fluger Reel (from S&S)
weigh-in. v.- t 32 quart Coleman ice chest (from C1UFFIS SONS)
Prizes include$25 in cash for division winners plus prizes including a 2800 a chance at winning cash away< putt'pr 4irs i t o life preserver boat cushion ((naps JIMMY MOOSE'S)
Fluger Reel, outboard motor oil, and water safety jackets and life JIMMY MOORE'S SUN SrXT$ g<3ftr" ,

preservers.See FIBRE CLASS WORKS and gri& .
ad and entry form in the sports pages or stop by S&S for further Infor- K&l 2nd Place.
mation. from here in Starke. y
$15 cash
6-pack outboard MOOSES
St. Edwards Church Hall All you have do to' !At f -the
tersport sa i tSONS)
vided here and grab p a ,

BINOOEvery chargel if you can ih4ra a 'eta ON

contest. r,
Saturday 7:30: P.M. raze-
There's a category for Big Bass ihth} t i $25 cashlife'preserv
411 N. Temple Ave.. SUrke. Fla. w
the fishfinder who brings in bi iq :, Y MOORE'S) \

month-long contest; and a Patfsh r live well aer & SONS)

prize going for the heavist strii :pa h' ti,

I less fish on it. ;1nd Prize.

31 ,
I' I II The only deadline for en m P ? W If SONS) .

on Saturday. Sept. 19. Jus'' s q p MOOS)

l'l completed entry form, r$ 4l

vi Temple Avenu ,,ju 1 j ( eligible)
before you bring i 4
I I IIN ili be weighed (S.4'i csa 1 "
Remember the"
before Monday '

chance to win $": tf3"ga '

oil in a drawing a t
d.poki no trap*,trout line
And those aren
:' b bt adhered to.nation .
t' at catch a fish you
entering! All entr 14 4 gr et

$20 cash prize p boyi, (IH*. women,
will be held at

day, August 31, at a(orffalMrwonuiO)
,' 25th and IMina it in for
win). -
w fed''t two day later bring your
f winning Sam goes for the
The contest will t 'I h mini only... biggest ben. ,or

August 22, throe_ e r S a t

I t deadline for bringing n a < Saturday Aufuat 22. and .
" Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S., D.C. 19th. i t S <9,are to- be considered in the : ; ,
Dr: Wayne C. Eaton D.C. ......- \ will be split betwtie- ;:
inn t u, tie for tint either divide :"

P Keystone Chiropractic Clinic j jt .. r4 l .Z4>, r ,r 1 rlrii !.ie l I will be divided evenly bet- '...
dr i'. r .7 "; 'w .M oor ,or dte.) 'l a tie lor eecond in either
; "y P !/ ,y' ale diviiri i .eeo. and none will be divided venly.,
At SR-21 North j % 'c } 61 fro: ts4 the Big Due divialon will be baaed on the
Name .
; ? r t LrpstaiA1.M bt Lo.w.iBhina-cam b.any bas food bi

Keystone Shops Suite 5 < 't
i;: Address .. .. : 9)) In the ran Fkh dlvUoa a *trin of not more then 10 fiah will be
Phone 473-3604 o weighed baaed on total w* ght. Included la that category an bream.heRcracker. .
'f '"'"I,, t l : .blue gill.epedded perch(crappie).and any member of the _,
I,. Hours 9 a.m. I p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 1i,1. ". .fm fiah family. i

I Il-S'1J'\: \ ,A, s '. ,", I ." This secludes any non-game fish,mob aa calf ith,pitw,gar.and iak j
; Mon. Tues. Wed. & Fri. '
'jit Age 18. : 'Pbone' t water cpeciea., ;
9 cr.m.-J :ri ':" .'&I 1 0)The.TELEGRAPH will male all final declaim regarding oontnt
} p.m. ThursdaysI. : ;
,4 i Wbs. 10'/0"/ 'is rule.

}. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities ... '..". 0, o. \ I u HAVE FVNI! ..:,
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; 'SUPPI.E1\I"'NT TO ltt\lWOItD('OUNTY nUf.iHAPIi.: U\ION:\: .
; 'I u.I :. ('O VNTY TI\I"S.: A\I:; > I\K": IUmON MONITOIt .
.1- .S1i!hti! : : .A eciaJreabnSectionCo l1nglmormativeltems 1 F. '
,' County
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:f B':1II1:, ihatAffedResidenlsofhlfanllundClayCo J1 Qitl; ; 1 riP J nrThe:;; TIMES

August 27. 1981 .. I .::.toIIf .:sine I !

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\'r S /I'Ssss4ssi!., Here's an Antidote_for SnakebiteIf I

you were to get snata mitten what It. Cox could not believe no one knew' Sparks said the amount swelling The North Florula Snakehite'I'reat'
would you do? & -'j! what to do. is'II 'telltale sign of whether or nut menl Center is available 24 hours a
Available for the North Florida? Cox milks 18 snakes, then sends the poison has been injected and if so day phone>4-i7o4)). Information I mu\
area is a Snakebite :Treatment; venom to Wyeth Lab in Penn. The lab how much. If swelling persists and be obtained by calling <>raiW! Pork 1 .
r Center 1 at the Orange Park Community uses all 8 kinds of poisonous venom to enlarges, or starts to travel up a leg Community Hospital. 'Kinnle! >
Hospital in Orange Park. inject horses in controlled doses. The or arm watch out! he explains. That Avenue phone 204( -.NI I.
r Maynard Cox 49, provides venom for ". horse's system builds up anti-bodies signals that a goodly amount of Cox is available fur lectures for a
6 use in making the snake bite serum. then blood is drawn from the horses venom has indeed been inllicted. fee of $50: plus :.in> cents n i mile.
i r For the past three years Pete, and returned to the lab where it
t, y Sparks, a. local breeder of pit becomes a polyvalent serum.
ri bulldogs has given all the snakes he According to Sparks 40 percent of .
can catch to Cox numbering some 100 people bitten by snakes receive no
a b of the reptiles in the last 13 years poison. People should not crowd a ...Turn 10 pg." 8D for More Siutki Sliols
ni wZe Sparks says. "I've handled snakes for snake give him plenty of escape
50 years and never been bitten. ,". room, and if bitten apply no tourniquet -
noted the 86-year-old Sparks. lie down and ha ve some one take
Cox was not so lucky having been you to the clinic.
bitten when he was eleven years old.'
Thus ,began his life long study off
snakes.j Since then he has been bitten '
y 116 times he says all in the --1
laboratory.The t { p ;-'-
original clinic was established
with the help of a federal grant at
Naval Air Station Jax after a Cap-]
tain was bitten by a snake. When he' '! + 4 "
came into the emergency room with ,
the snake in his hand and asked what }
he should do, everyone scattered except !
Cox. Cox determined it was not a
poisonous snake and then destroyed

Snake Show st' ,

Drew Crowd

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Minutes after Pete Sparks
Maynard. Cox, and two other snake-'
Grabbing' Tiger by'the Tail? handlers freed the diamondback rat- -

No. it's no Tiger:., just a 5Vi fool diamondback rattler that local snake- .tier shown In the pictures above to L,
catcher Pete Sparks is holding. lie caused quite a stir in the Call St. area In demonstrate how the'reptiles are
Starke when he picked the reptile up without fear. caught nearly a dozen passersby had j' M "+'
stopped to look, all keeping their r kt rw
distance of course. And three Starke I
policeman and a wildlife officer were
summoned. False alarm Sparks.said
Area Youth Choirs
.Baptist nothing to worry about. .
Still one officer told Sparks he'd _....ull-; ? r>E"
have to put his "pet" back In the bag

To and off' the streets. "That thing's Defanging a.Rattler....
Present Musical Saturday. dangerous" the officer warned. "Oh
yeah?" Sparks asked, not seeing, or Pete Sparks reached In this rattlesnakes' mouth and pulled out it f.ulI
'at least pretending not to see, the Not so unusual he said explaining that the snakes "shed" their fangs regularly jiiiil us they lose skin
The choirs of the New River First Baptist Church.
youth Keystone danger the officer feared. He explained teeth grow In.
Association will The Heights. Narrator is Gail
Baptist present Floyd.
that he had one living on Ms par-
Mountain Song a youth musical by .Soloists are Guy Smith.David Fussell
chfront for a year. After a couple of
John Lee, at the Bradford High School i and Virginia Crawford; duet by Beth were murmured Sparks
Auditorium Saturday night August Francis and Lex Green; and trio by assured listeners that such a living
29, at 7:39( p.m..Adfnission free. Greg Sapp..Craig:Sapp'and Bobby ,
arrangement presented no
; .. 'ra, The youth cholrtwotFirsLBapdst.Chnrch .. .EppscEignty-three!: .youth will take '
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tong '
ae a" ''& &Q Llatj9.Atw
.. .... .-Gra Chnrch, jSnd part on the programs; .\.I.VMhl ? [ '
.... .....' : a-BapMst A., "' tyww'In 4'r"od"hfo venomouf housemate that'-. ,
Madison Street "Baptist Church "ofStarke. The Musical was presented That didn't satisfy the lawmen any; s rE
First Baptist Church of Keystone Heights Aug. 17; in the First. 'with police Captain Harold Crews
Keystone Heights and New .River Baptist Church in1 Starke Aug. 18; answering "he wouldn't be on my
Baptist Church will .present,the program -' Cedar Hill Baptist Church, Jacksonville porch." .
23 and will be
Aug. ; presented at So demonstration over, Sparks and
The program is Under the directionof Wyomina Park in Ocala on Aug. 28. his comrades complied. Cox pinned
Bill Floyd Minister of Music from Due to the ovation received at all
the snakes' head to the ground with a
the First Baptist Church Starke and performances the musical will be Y-ended stick grabbed the rattler
assistant director and accompanist is repeated in Starke Saturday night at behind the skull and placed hint bach ILLBACK I
Rick Willis Minister of Music at the the high, school auditorium.. in the sack for safekeeping.


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N' r kW Stephen Alvarez,. 21, .Arrested '\\-1 ;: ;) > .: j

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After: Pot Harvest Found off SR-10O .:.,.:..

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Stephen Kranklin Alvarez, Jr., 21.
Route 4. Box ,512, Starke, was ar Food Cake
.,rwA.7.tC'Z'. .:.r.. rested by: fhe Bradford County
Sheriff's Department! at 1:30: p.m.
Saturday Aug. 22, and charged with Donuts all chocolate 1
the manufacture of marijuana. : ,
Bond was'set on Alvarez on Satuiv. :IS +' ,
day evening at $250,000. : ,, ;)
I '! Baked
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Sheriff's,deputies staked the area" I Here In Our Store _i
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out for four days and arrested young r i7 ;j
Alvarez in the field Saturday Then '
the deputies and some prison trusties V'' Pastry Shop _
had to turn into farmers and harvest .
;+ and count each marijiuana) plant, a IDS E. Call St., Starka 9&4-589D )
hot sweaty task.
Sheriff Dolph Reddish stated that
his department had received information .
about four weeks ago that the NOTICE. TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.. A
marijuana was being in .
I grown a ;)
weeded area off Sit-100 west of Project No. 81-4
Starke. The Jacksonville office of the
Florida Department of Criminal Law Sealed Bids will be received in the County Commission
Enforcement sent a plane to Bradford
'. ; il: Cr CrPt County where a representative of the ,Room at the Bradford County Courthouse in Stark, :);
Sheriffs Department and the StaleAtlorne"s until 14 1981 for .
Florida 10:00 road
-- ,w ------ Office were able to locate : a.m. on September ;v
the field by air. construction to be performed on various city streets in .IS

I. r Starke and parking areas at the Courthouse and at the is
r" .
.i l Sheriff Reddish stated that the
County Road Department.
b'' %- field, located on timber company property ;
I y ; land and right behind the The type of work will be resurfacing, applying an ;:a
chicken.. houses of Sammy Alvarez.
consisted of approximately I 600 plants asphalt hot mix surface, course on new limerock base
in five rows averaging 10 feet high. and constructing approximately 124 feet of 6"X18" Con-
The total weight of the marijuana was
approximately 2.SKM! pounds with a crete Curb. ;a;
street value of $250,000. Complete and file in the L
specifications are on
maps ..
s.Sweat. Near the marijuana patch,deputies
p u y _2; found a tent set up on a plywood I floor Clerk's office in the Courthouse in Starke and may be obtained :sy

camouflage and covered colors with plastic to prevent painted Its in from the Clerk. ==

1 n detection. The tent was equippedwith All bidders must be prequalified with the Florida De- :;
a cot, sleeping bag and battery
of in Tallahassee.
partment Transportation
operated light, The tent apparentlywas
wr "' used as a watch I point for the Sealed bids should be submitted to Mr. Gilbert S.

marijuana. Brown, Clerk of Circuit Court, P.O. Drawer B, Starke,
w ; : Sheriff. Reddish stated that his Florida:32091.'
C Ci Cy department had kept a surveillance
fir I 'the marijuana for the' several Either cashier's check or a bid bond in the amount of 1

e days and Saturday two of his,deputies Five percent ((5%) of the total bid shall accompany each I
identified Stephen Alvarez Jr. as
Hogs... coming to the marijuana. Alvarezwas bid submitted.The I
heavily perspiring In Saturday's arrested later the same day successful bidder will be required to furnish a Performance ;;

humidity Deputy John Dempsey. Bond to the County to
Engineer prior beginning
i above, hauls off a huge marijuana Samples of the marijuana plants 1
I I plant. were forwarded to a crime laboratoryfor work and other reports such as Design Mix, Extraction.Tests ;
Deputy George Brown cuts the court purposes and the bulk ol I lie Marshall
I 10.12 foot high plants in top photo. '2.UOO! pounds was dent ro'ed according Stability Reports Density Tests anda '
Deputy Don Denton. a six footer, to Shenll Reddish! The investigationis Distributor Calibration Chart, as work progresses.
du' I shows how high the pot plants were. continuingandl'urlherarrests maybe : A Formal contract will be
f x growing. From the air the marijuana made. prepared by the County Attorney -,
I appeared all''five rows of between the Bradford County Commission and
Christmas trees, Denton says, a ,; reduced
r I darker green" ""than. other.... ".foliage."' ,J JI /to< !Monday$$10M( Alvarcbond.by I?: Jlt tgttI'|was J\est'r .A W$,. the,successful. bidder, prior Jjo" c, ,.nmsncemen.t; ,jQf.Lwork., ;
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River Baptist Church in Brooker, Richard G. Cosgrove Plympton, Starke; 6 grandchildrenand l.

I with Rev. James Countryman of- Memorial services for Richard G. 1 great grandchild. The family request ServicemanPvt. :

Obituaries ficiating. Burial followed in the Cosgrove, Jacksonville will be held no flowers.

: 'church cemetery under the directionof at 2 p.m. Aug. 29, in the. '
.,. saturdar' ..... ...
of Lake en.
:(;. ;." '-., Archer Funeral Home of Jehovah's 5 ss..e.sfl..sss.eI Anthony W. Craig -"i 1 j

Mrs. Marie HarbyPageMrs. !':'/3oii :.yarbrough officiating. Burial Butler. Witnesses, 125 E. 17th St., Jacksonville <
4Qllow d qt'New Zloircemetery near William (Bill) Smith Florida. "At the start of every good Completes
Marie Harby Page '7, of. .Lulu.....ArcMr Funeral Home W S'"Iaqe..Qf his wife
Jacksonville died Wednesday i William Bill) Smith 76, of ,Lake Survivors Include: thing i 18 truth." Plato Pvt. Anthony W. Craig son i iof
arrangements., Charlotte Cosgrove; one son, John G. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett R. Craig, r
%" died 19 in
August 19 after Butler
a long illness. A nativeof -nC. '. Wednesday August .
Mrs. Vivian *
one daughter, Starke has completed recruit
; Sr.
Greenville, Fla., she had been a the Tanglewood Nursing Home in ,-, Recruit
resident of Jacksonville since 1943, Robert L. Black Lake City after an extended illness. training at the Marine Corps &

and was a member of the Southside Mr. Smith was born in Alachua Depot, Parris Island, S.C. f
Church. Robert L Black, 61, of New River and life resident of During the 11-week training cycle,f:
Baptist County was a long
section of Bradford County died Monday basics of battlefield
he learned j
Survivors included Union He employed by
County. was
two Don B.
sons afternoon at his home after an apParent .1 survival was' Introduced to the;/
Pjge. Starke and Marion L. Page of heart attack. the Union County Road Departmentand will '
routine that he experience -
Jacksonville a member of the Johnstown typical daily
; two daughters Mrs. was ''jviVA"jjiST
Black born in
Mr. was Atlanta during his enlistment and.
\CT. Bigger 'of McLean Church. ,
Va. and Baptist
moving to Countyin :
Mrs Eloise Edmunds. Arlington Georgia Survivors include his wife Mrs. studied the personal and professional
1953 where he has resided since/tie exhibited -
standards traditionally by ,
Vi.; 15 grandchildren and numerous ,Emma Smith of Lake'Butler; two
was with DuPont for 25 .t
employed Marines.
great grandchildren. where he retired In 1976 due to daughters, Iva Anes Woods of Lake in
years, Craig Joined the Marine Corps i
funeral: services were held 9:30: He member Butler, and Lois E. Thomas of ii

ai. Saturday August 22 in the healthproblems.the New River Baptist was a Church at Jacksonville; two sons James K. 31 .$SEPTEMBER April 1981.Airman. I

Hardage-Krauss Southside Funeral Brooker. Smith of Coco Beach and Rev. Ralph Cliff Sirman t

Hme in Jacksonville. Interment and Smith of Eastman, Ga.;, one sister NG11Y-
Survivors include his wife Mrs., 7:30 Course
Alline Pons of Waldo 12 grand SERVICES Completes
graveside services were held Satur- Helen Floyd Black of Lake Butler; ; U aOd The I

city at 2 p.m. in the Evergreen three sons Robert F. of Newnan Ga., children and .eight great* -. 1M BoCk 1M t'ir' BIrth UII Airman 1st Class Cliff Sirman son

Cemetery in Gainesville Fla. Emery L. and Paul W. both of Lake grandchildren.Funeral ., ...ed HoPe Ard The of Mr. and Mrs. Velmer C. Sirman ,

I: services were held Friday Sr. of Starke, has graduated from the
Butler one sister, Mrs. Rutha Brownof ,
: Leslie Crews Sr. Newberry; and 13 grandchildrenand August 21 in Johnstown Baptist ) ;7g. .. U.S. Air Force administrative

Leslie Crews 58, of Lawtey, died two great-grandchildren. Church with Rev.' C.J. Thomas and specialist course at Keesler Air Force

Friday, August 21, in the Veterans Funeral services were held Rev. Roscoe Creed officiating. Burial Rev.Ray..uarl. Base Miss. I

Administration Hospital in Wednesday, August 26 at the New followed in the Dekle Cemetery in hMI Sirman will now serve at McChordAir ..

Gainesville, Fl., after a brief illness. Lake Butler., : Force Base, Wash.

Mr. Crews: was born in! Lake Butler, 111M .. .. I insisT & Sirman is a 1978 graduate of Bishop
anp moved to Bradford County where dMt ant'SF. PU5ALI ....,.'. .... Kenny High School, Jacksonville. i

he was employed by the Bradford One Get U1IIL. U NS5....pssesm Dis...' ___ I

County Hopsital for 17 years. He wasa Buy ,

Veteran of World-War II. He also ,, 7_ HI.IAAYCO'lJo

was a member of the New River Con- ietimd3

gregation Methodist Church. One Free @ 0/U/ iB'RORRMD
Survivors include his wife Mrs. r .. .
Viola Varnes Crews of Lawtey; one \\gestaurant u.PtTOfie 964-77OO .

daughter, Alice Faye Regar of Lake PIZZA To
Come : Avenue f
393 N. Temple
Butler; six sons, Fredrick, LeeRoy Expires September 2, 1981 .
and of John of L
Stephen Lawtey F *Business Property with :

Starke, Don G. of Gainesville and 964-6877 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :living rea. with 200' on ,:
Sgt. Leslie Jo, of the United State Army Beer ADAMS AND OllOVt STWITILAHTIY 301. f
S. Stark
in Germany; two brothers, Roy of 'LOR IDA
*2 ecres with 4 bedroom
Lake Butler and William of Jackson- (anytime except Sunday) -' iti, house In country. ;

ville; and 14 grandchildren. r--- *3 acre, wooded land, '

Funeral services were held 'Monday Summer Hours 4 Iii 10 pm DIMD ... BROWN.P.Ievpwgc 100+ feet on St. Rd. 100. .
August 24 at New River Congregation 782-35M 10 acre with 3 bedroom

Methodist Church, with con. blk. home.

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_.. .. -. . . * * 'SI. wwwwSeptember w w w W W W .W W - - - owner financing.

*5'/. acre highway I

NOTICE OF NAMES IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF the right to warn the perSon II, 1981; By J.R. "Jim" Lawson North Temple Avenue, Unless such certificateor 1981.Dated this 6th day of frontage call for details.
P.O. Box 993. Stark., certificates shall b.r.d..mad
and after Chairman.
OfPEHSONSAPPIARINOTOBB FLORIDA. otherwise a ,lodgementmay
1981.GILBERT Please CallVernle
Florida 32091. on or according to August Evening
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN first warning. the con be entered against 8/27 2tchg 9/03.
the 8th of described S. BROWN. Odom, ..rok.rGltl.
OWNERS Of 'AND FOR BRADFORD tract I I. consideredbroken for the relief before day law the property
ABANDONED PROPERTY COUNTY If the error I I. not you demanded In the complaint In the Circuit Court September 1981, and In such certificate or CLERK by Beulah M. Phone M4-5474.
Purouan"o Section'Chapter., corrected In Eighth Judicial Circuit of file the original with the certificates will be sold Moody. J.ft. Kelly Associate
717 Florida Statute entitled Clerk of Circuit Courtof
clerk of this Court either the bidder at
and Bradford to highest
reasonable of Floritla In For
"Florida' Dlipoiltlon at Unclaimed IN THE INTEREST OF: length Witness my hand and Bradford
Property Act. ,nolle I. herebyglvon SHARON DENISE MAR. time. In such case, the seal of aid Court on County Civil Action before service on Plain.tiff' the court house door on County

Idol Iho nenons "tilled. SHALL and EDNA contract will be remade August 11, 1981. 'Co so No.BI.339 attorney or Immediately the 22nd day of Florida. 8/13 4tchg 9/3.

below appear lo be the.owners at YVETTE TUNKINS minor with the next bidder In Gilbert S. Brown. In re- The Marriage of thereafter; September 1981.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
unclaimed personal or Ifitangltate
default will this 3rd of
Dated day
line. MARK D. MATTOX huel a CK
property presumed abandoned, Clerk As Clerk of said FOR BRADFORD COUNTY -
THIS DOM NOT INVOLVI REAL children.NOTICE 6. The City of Hampton Court By: Marian l ban and'CATHERINE be entered against you August, 1931GILBERT FLORIDA.

ESTA TI. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO reserve the right to refect McRoe, As Deputy Clejrk. MATTOX, for the relief demandedIn S. BROWN. CIVIL ACTION

Apparent Owa.Adms. : any or all bid. 8/13 4tchg 9/3 Nile, the Complaint. CLERK by Beulah M.
William D.Gen. Del,Starke WITNESS hand and Moody. Case No. 61-381
7. Must have NOTICE OF SUIT my
FL. Account NiamberG341IOHO.000I CHARLIE MAR. truck. acovered NOTICE OF APPLICATION NO PROPERTY the seal 1 of this Court on Clerk of Circuit Courtof In re:: The Marriage of 64-5231
: SHALL whose lad
HhI.ll. Vella Elm, known address 2131 Bids may b. turned In ro: KATHERINE MAT. August 1981. Bradford County
0349-I960-OO4S Gilbert S. Brown as Florida. S/IJ: 4tchg 9/3
to the City Clerk lat.rthan rOX 1556 Parker Drive,
Mars Street Jacksonville no Wife.NOTICE .
GIVEN that ERNEST frame ,
Clerk of the Court. By:
September 8. 1981, Mayfield Height Ohio .
Information concerning the IRENE HUNTER, the Beulah Moody Deputy OF walk te everything.
at 7.30: These bids YOU ARE HEREBY
mount or description of the JAMES EARL holder of the following Clerk ACTIONTO $10,590.
property and the names andeddreee lost must not have the name NOTIFIED that an action NOTICE IS HEREBY
certificate has fil.d said .. the
8/06 4tchq 8/21 NEW LISTING 1st-
of the holder be of the bidder for dissolution of
may them. marriage
on GIVEN that W.J. DODD
address 604 War.
known woe certificate. for tax 95 Davidson Road
obtained by any person The Clerk will a hot been fliedagaln.t OF APPLICATION to see this 3 bedroom l'/,.
Jacksonville assign a NOTICE JR. the holder of the Island
Davit Street, be Issuedttiereon. wick
possessing an Interest In the number to the plain deed to you KATHERINE FOR TAX DEED following certificates has. ".. .. .... both borne Huge I lot.,,
Inquiry and .
property by addressing an The 'certlficat.numbers 02186. ..
to GERALD A LEWIS TO WHOM IT MAY envelope they will be MATTOX and you are required NOTICE IS HEREBY filed said certificates for screened perch workshop

Slute Comptroller..Abandoned CONCERN ,.' ,.1 -1 sealed In and the bid the and year descriptionof of Issuance to serve a copy of 'GIVEN. that H.V. SAXON a tax'cteecf to be Issuexfthereon. ''a.rOLI: .ARp--* "NOTIFIJD" for...... 13I.Oa0' .' tt .1.1> .111:

Property Section ATTN: HEREBY will/ be opened at the your written defense If the holder of the following 'The' certificate (that Petition for .41 IED.OOMS-Thl. femlrly
YOU ARE the and the a
Harry B. Canon 1401 State next City Council property any to if, on theplaintiff' certificates has filed numbers and years of issuance Dissolution of I home I.In the country.If
Petition Marriage
Capitol Tallahassee Florida NOTIFIED that a name. In which It was
meeting. attorney, laid certificates for a tax the descriptionof has central fleet I air ]
39301(904)487-2583: ( ) Be sure to under oath, a copy of assessed are a. follows: hoi been filed againstyou
mention the account number which I I.delivered to you Lori Brook Certificate No 34. whole namu and oddres deed to be Issued the property and the in the abovenamedCourt baths, 1 acre of land:
BEFORE the name as Clerk I I Is DUDLEY P. HARDY. thereon. The certificate
City $2t,500.
in which it was
herewith, hoe been filedin Year of Issuance 1979 names and you are required
published In this notice 8/20 4tchg 9/10 Pierce Hardy. P.A. P.O. number and of Issuance follows EASY LIVING-In this 2bedroom
Unless proof of ownership Is the above styled Court Description of Proper. years assessed are as : to serve a copy of
Drawer 1030 the descriptionof No. 128. 2 bath home. All
presented to the holder by October for the Permanent Commitment Iy; Certificate your answer or pleadingon
39. 1981. the propertywill of SHARON NOTICE OF APPLICA.. Com of SW car of SW'/i Florida 32091 and file the the property and the Year of Issuance 1 1979 the Petition to Ih.P.lltion.r' appliances Included. Car'ner

be delivered for Custody DENISE MARSHALL a TION FOR TAX DEED of SE'/4 of NW/4 run Nly original with the clerk of names 'In which it was Description of Property attorney lot. fenced rear yard.1
10 the Comptroller ol Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY the above styled court on assessed are as follows
female 208.7 for POB. cont Nly :
all further claim.
before September 6,
must be directed to the Comptroller September 19. 1967 In GIVEN. that H.V. SAXON 208.7% Ely 105'. Sly or Certificate No. 127. Lot 6 of Bile 1 Ex N ISO' Box 993, Storke, Florida '

( of Florida Duval County. Florida. the holder of the follow- 208.7', Wly 105'. to POB 1981; otherwise be a..nt.redagoln.t judgement Year of Issuance 1979. A S 226' In E.W. Hayes 32091 and file the DREAM-Three bedroom I

GERALD LEWISCOMI'l'ROLLER whose natural mother I IsDes. ing certificate hot filed or 123-5 Sec: 35. T-5-S, may for the relief Description of ProperV S/D Ex R/W Sec 32 Twp original answer or I I full bath. CH I Air,
Dobson. and sold certificates for a tax you : in the Office of .
6 S. pleading
ere Rge.22Name replace.( Brick constructor.
OF FLORIDA demanded In the complaint '. 2A in
deed to be issued R22.Name SW/4 of NE / Ex
natural father I I.all.ged I. which the Clerk of the Circuit '
whose In <
8/20 2Khg B/27: assessed in which assessed .. $51,500.QUALITY I' i
Charlie thereon. The certificate or petition. SW Cor A Ex RW also and for Bradford
be In
to Gulf Shore Dredjing Cassandra Wallace.All Court .UILT-Fomlly
WITNESS hand and '
numbers and of Issuance my Parcel SW'of SE'/i
IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT Marshall and EDNA year Company.All of said property County. Florida on or office 3 R :
the seal of said Court on Desc In OR Bk room private
t) the descriptionof NE'/4 as
FLORWAEICHTH: YVETTE TUNKINS. a of said property in the County of before September 28.
OF being
r the and the July 30. 198)Gilbert 108 Pg 218 Decs OR 2 bath central heat ft elr, :
IN female child, born property being In the County of Bradford State of 1981
JUDICIAL, S. Brown' As 142.SOO. :
32 6 S.
names In which It was 103 218, Sec Twp
Duval do
If fail
1970 in of to so
AND. FOR 'BRADFORD August 23. Bradford, Stat. Clerk of said Court. By Florida. you
County. Florida. whose assessed are as follows: Florida. R22.Name Unless such certificateor judgment by default will END YOUR SEARCH with S
Marian McRae, as Deputy which I
Certificate 101. in assessed
> natural mother I* No. Unless such certificate certificates, shall be be taken against you for his home In the country. It
.""Desserse Dobion and ,' Year of Issuance 1979 hall' b. Clerk James A. Stelogeannis. relief demanded in the !
BARRY )D. BAUMSTEIN or certificate 8/06 4tchg 8/27 redeemed according to IBS 3 BR, 2 baths, beautiful
as Trustee, ,iwhose natural foih.r l'lr- .;'", Description. of Property redeemed according to low the property described Petition" lichen for Morn

Plaintiff.vs 'alleged to be James Earl : law the property described All of said property in such certificate or WITNESS my hand and assumable mortgage at ::

'* Tonkin, to a Licensed Com 200 Ft W of NE, In such certificate orcertificates IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.. being in the County of certificates' will be soldto seal this 25th day of ,'/ ,. for Dad. 65000. ::
? forSubsequent Cor of WVi of NW'/4 of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bradford State of 1981.GILBERT '
CAROL LEE FLOOD'and Child Placing Agency will/ be sold the highest bidder at August BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOTS.
SE'/i of NE'/4 and Run S245'W109'N245' OF FLORIDA. IN Florida. .
LINDA W. LYONS Adaption. to the highest bidder at the court house door on S. BROWN.AS building' lots, S acre
Defendants.IP. and you are hereby commanded -' E109. the court house door on AND FOR BRADFORD the 6th day of October.lalph CLERK OF SAID
call for InformalIon. -
to POB Ex R/W Sec 28. COUNTY FLORIDA. parcels .
NOTICE. OF to be ond.ap; 't\ the 20th day of October COURT.By .
"...* SALENOTICE pear In the above'styled Twp 6 S, R22. .1981.1 CIVIL ACTION -- : Faye N. .

IS HEREBY Court In Stark., Bradford Name in which assessed Dated this 14th day of Case No.81343YVONNE Bryan Real Estate2JIS.TEMPLEAVE. Whitehead Deputy
GIVEN that pursuant to County Florida on the Beatrice Preston.All August 1981'GILBERT Clerk. Terry A. Galnes-72 3M ::
S.ptemb.rJ of said property JESSIE Kay C. Waters-*e4-ef41 ::
the Final Judgm.nt 53rd of S. BROWN. 8 4ihcg9 I 17
,dar being In the County of THOMAS and Eileen Stanley 473-304S: :
entered In this cause, In '.1981 ::30 P.M.. and to CLERK. by' Beulah M. IB
the Circuit Court of the how cause why laid Bradford State of Moody.' RALPH. THOMAS Plaintiffs Patsy Low.on-tU.6t21 ::

Eighth Judicial Circuit. I Petition should not be Florida. Clerk of Circuit Courtof US 301 Corner of U.S. 301 South S

'will sell the propertysituate granted.WITNESS. Unless such certificate Bradford County.: v* and Edwards Road I
In Bradford Coun. my hand a* or certificates shall be Florida. 8/27 4tchg 9/17. .MELVIN LYEll nad (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q)

Florida described as: Clerk of said Court and redeemed according to LORETTA LYELL his wife. NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS ;
Seal thereof this 19th law the property described GEORGE W. MOYE and ::
of 1981. In such certificate or TAKING BIDS ELSIE T. MOYE. Defendant 964-8788, ANYTIME ERR
A parcel of land day August <
situate In the SE'/4 of GILBERT S. BROWN. certificates will be sold SERVICESTHE *. MONDAY-FRIDAY '.5 p.m. SATURDAY 9I J 2Evenings FAULKNER i
'CLERK OF CIRCUIT to the highest bidder at NOTICE OF ACTIONTO '
NW'of Section 20.Town.hlp I
7 South. Rang. COURT, By: Betty A. the court house door on SCHOOL BOARDOF : MELVIN LYELL and and Sunday by appointment
22 East. Bradford County Phillip, Deputy Clerk.. thi 22nd day of FLORIDA will COUNTY accept LORETTA LYELL; Address Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR

Florida. Sold parcel of 8/27 4tchg 9/17 September 1981.Doted Unknown. GEORGE W. I
this 3rd day of sealed bid* from MOYE and ELSIE T.' HOMES Country privacy with city cenvenlencel 54x24

land b.'ng'mar.' particularly August 1981.GILBERT .. qualified appraiser to MOYE. Address double wide mobile home 3 BR 2 baths central heat/air 964-SOS5 m i
described as City of Hampton S. BROWN appraise building own. Unknown .it, with elec. built In appliances spacious 11/3 acres with 1 :.

follows: Hampton. Florida CLERK. by Beulah M. ed by The School Board. YOU ARE HEREBY plenty of shade trees-owner financed-price 26000. ',J" =

The City of Hampton i* Moody. The purpose of the oppralsal -' NOTIFIED that an actionto iE

Begin at the NE corner of. now accepting bid for Clerk of Circuit Court Is to aid The. foreclose a mortgageon 3 ... 2 bath block with carport and screened! porch. from Wishbone *
SE% of NW'/i of Section 221 Lafayette St. Across 3
the their Sanitation Contract
of Bradford County: School Board In the following property CH/A large eat-In kitchen with plenty cabinets, nice =
7 Office For Rent
20 Township Space
which will from Oct.
run the of
Florida. 8/13 9/3. adequacy financed. (31.000.
4tchg in Bradford County. Io.c.sc. awaer I/; :
South Rang. 22 East; 1. 1981 Sept. 30, 1983. the", Insurance an the Florida OFFICE HOURS =
thence run The following stipulations building Beginning at the 3 BR. 1 bath. block home with fireplace, corner let owner Monday Friday> 4 Saturday"3
along th. ,Eat tine of attached OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL '
were to Not building will '
every Southwest corner of .the financed.! I27.SOO.
the contract by the b.
f..t I.appraised a* some East half of the SWI/4 of PRATT STREET 3 II. IB, Con. Btk. Only $29.500. '
distance of 83 .02 to AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY i
Sanitation : .
are duplicate buildings.A SEIrun. East 2 8.6 X BK frame corner lot. screened front porch 22500.
the North side of a Graded 1-. bpIcked
Garbage must list of building with
feet to the West boundary EVERYTHING IV. B, Cen. Blk. ::
Road; thence run S8'SS'22" weekon CIVIL ACTION CLOSI TO nit Family
once detailed In
up per specification, line of Slate Rood BUSINISSi Two Income. producing properties '
W along said the day set up by the Case No. 51-358 I I. available from LEN- Ideal for Investment or small businesses.Owner Ream. Immeculete. =
North side of said Graded Sanitation Committee In Re! The Matter of the NARD REGISTER. JR., 13 (formerly). now 200. for both. f 2
will sell and flnence. 't.ooo
County Road a and the person whose Adoption of, TABITHA Director of Operation thence run NOrtherl1along separate PERFECT FOR PRISON EMPLOYEES Between Storke end ::

distance of 1129.73) feet; bid I I. accepted. case LYNN REHM at the Operations Center State 650 feetthence Rood right- *\\i Homes testeurant.;US 301 South of Lwt.y. Ap. lake Butler. One acre with 2BR. IB mobile home. Air comdltlened.

thence run N 01"26'11"I W of rain. the garbage can near the Middle School.All of-way prW 3500 ft. Including ept. with LR. 2 8R. .nd bath. Partially furnished IS,500 with good terms. "I :
West 354.3 feet sa.
1211.22 NOTICE OF SUIT run :
a distance of be picked up on the next sealed bid must 301 Plenty of parking .
thence run South 80 feet. OVA.Wl .I rest rooms 440 ft. on UD
f..t to'the North line of working day. : NO PROPERTY I recelved' In the office .fJII. 110000. EXCELLENT CONDITION 24'40 mobile home. C....
SE'of NW'thence /. them ,...s Eosjr 354.3
said :
2. In
Only garbage of Michael Reddish heat and air. nice one acre tract : _
run N 882S'40' E garbage bag will TO: VERNON MOBtEY", Director of' Business. '1' 4.t to State Road right4 ,1 1oL home and 3 rentals .
plastic P.Vv furnished rental units(could be ) t ::
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line of
said North address unknown- .way.
along be picked up. These bog before 12:00 noon 21 North 80 P4sp.ctlve rente) Incom. opprox. $430 man. S50.000. WE HAVE SEVERAL nice homes In town priced! .rem$1S,000.ndup.CaIlose. a
said SE'/4 of NW/e adistance must b. set I In thedriveway September 1981. Bid _flght-of-way .. ..
feet being a trip 80 feet \\1071
at feetto
or tome other wil be that
| ( opened I' acres In city, 14000.
\ ide off North side of
the P.O.B. containing NOTIFIED that on ocll.on'for .
25.00' acres, more rless. the convenient roadway.place near Adoptlan'tlf.t Toblttia: evening at of ,the the regular School -.,.4 ioid] above-described; I |just eut el city some financing. $7.000. FARMS FOR SALE With smell or large acreege. Same j
meeting i; lour Church 1.35 acres,13.000.
3. Trash (limb, old Lynn Renrrt has eeen.fi& Board. Envelope hall property: situat in Section IV ARIAs epprox. 2'A acr... 5000. Appro 5 with CHICKEN OPERATIONS. ::I

tires leaves. esj) will ed agolns you and youare be clearly marked on the 7, Townenlp 7. 5
sale, to the requires' to1 se'rve''a' South. Range M! East .511111, 't.ooo. 301 NORTH AND SOUTH Prime business lecetlene.Apertments .
At public be picked by the bidder =
up outside that It I I. 0 sealed Up'to RR.weeded. ,3 acres to 20.cn.s., 13.000.p.r. acre.rim '
highest and best bidder at the discretion of copy of youi;: !: ,/written bid for building appraisals. save and excepting =
for cash at the main entrance the bidder and the Chairman defensestjf;) any 1O t"on therefrom PQf.? road NAVE't< OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR ALL YOUR RIAL Far tent t :=
of the Bradford the Plaintiff' $ right-of-way. ] has} been
of the Sanitation attorney The Schoof Board ISTATI Nil OS. Property Menegement Services I
County Courthouse Committee once a week. whose name and address reserve the right to re- filed against yooqd youare

Stark. Florldd. Ot'1:00: 4. Only trash piled by I I. DUDLEY f.. HAR' |ect any and all bids. required to serve a AFTER HOURS Appraisals .I.

P.M. on September 3., the Hide of the road will DV ESQUIRE. P. O. DONE this 24 August copy of your written Ward) Susan M. Feutkner-REAlTOR-H4-

1981. .;' be picked up. Drawer 1030 Starke, 1981. defense, If any to It on Lllllen C.P..non'Oevld Dyel Nevis Irene L.Faulkner.. RIAITOR-ASSOCIATI-T44-t14a ; '!

GILBERT S. BROWN. 5. If the job I I.not completed Florida 32091, and file .. SCHOOL ''BOARD Of L RICHARD E. WELTY ."" .,/ .lesmen* Associate Broker/Salesmen 44-7454 lucllle Spry-BROKIfl SALESMAN-'44-S42Q J!I:

CLERK, by; Beulah to the satIsfaction the original with the .BRADFORD COUNTY, ,Plaintiff attorney Orlke Maneger 444-1225 Alison Creueens-ALISMAN.t44-IM

Moody Deputy Clerk. of the Sanitation Chairman clerk of the above styled ..fLOlttD ., < ,", whose address I I. 954 ...-.5311n ...

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ting to elude police officer. He was Inmate Found cle driven by Carolyn H. Eskew. Lonnie ToddArreSted
also charged with wilful and wanton was charged -
News Eskew, 24, St. Augustine
I Briefs reckless driving and improper tag. Not Guilty with the accident, speed too last By
: McClellan was placed in the Brad- Weapons Charge for conditions. Damage to both,* ..; tr"f's _Dept.
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." i;. ',\\io: 'fi<" ( : ford.County Jail. Florida State Prisoner William vehicles totaled $1,700. JRj'; Vic.f Todd, 19, of Lake

Inmates Found Guilty Deputies Involved'?.r .' .&Inmates Escajie I .., Watson was found innocent of possession Inmate Found Butler was arrested by ( nion County
In Circuit CourtA pf a weapon. in.Bradford County Sheriffs deputies Satur ay, Aug. 22,
In High Speed Chase" :t '>Qourt Aug. 21: Guilty for failure la appear wh Ie on bail or
six-man jury found George Union County Sheriffs deputies, escaped mass: 7, 1981, a homemade plex- Norman Wesley Boston, inmate at 'recognizance bond.
Betsey guilty, Tuesday, Aug. 18, of along with the Florida Highway Reeapturedl sunday. knife was found in a pair of ten- Florida State Prison, was found guiltyby 'Toad,had hem charge with grand
battery of a law enforcement officer Patrol, were involved in a high speed Aug. e years :-rris! shoes which were hanging outsidethe a jury Aug 21, of Aggravated Battery .theft auto and, trafficki g in stolen
In a two-day trial held in circuit court chase Friday afternoon that resulted for and window in Watson's cell on V on a law enforcement officer. property.
before Judge Wayne Carlisle. in the arrest of a Northeast Florida wed-off south. Boston, who chose to defend Todd was' also arrest* d for grand
Betsey was charged with the bat- State Hospital patient. shotgun. The jury found Watson not guilty of himself, threw a juice bottle at his cell theft and trafficking in s olen property -
tery of a Union Correctional Institution According to the Sheriffs depart- possession. bars Feb. 13, 1981. The bottle broke on charges placed by he Bradford
officer. Betsey, 28, is serving 10 ment Union County wu called to Smith was recaptured iolie{ woods JFI Slick and the glass struck Officer R. B. Counts-Sheriff"' s depart nt March 2,
years for burglary in Bay County. assist Baker County. The patient in a outside Starke about 12 hoiK after he.,}to Roads Garrett in the face. Boston at the. 1981
Robert George Williams, 26, was state owned pickup truck ran a road escaped by correctional qffifcers aidedjby ;Q.i Acid to Number time was confined on Swing, Todd is also wanted in chols County -
found guilty by a jury Wednesday of block set up at the Intersection of ., bloodhounds. \2i ;rf: p <)/.f AccidentsWhile Judge Chester B. Chance withheld' Ga for, burglary ar d in Duval
striking a UCI correctional officer. SR-16 and 121 and was run off the road Still'at large Wed. was John A. ". sentence until further Investigation. County; for auto theft.
Williams is serving a life sentencefor by deputy Garry Seay at the Robert Hunter, 27, Union Correctional In- Bradford County farmers Ir
first-degree murder and IS years Lee Cason home. mate who escaped last Friday. needed rain last week, it was no helpto
for aggravated assault with intent to The patient was arrested for auto drivers.
,commit murder in Dade County, plus theft and faces other traffic charges. Hunter is serving 19 years for ag- Marvin Millard Arnold,Jr., Box 85,
one year for possession of a weapon The Sheriffs department reported gravated.}assault, aggravated battery Lake Butler, was traveling south on ,
.by a state prisoner in Union County. $1,000 damage to a patrol.car. The burglary and escape charges in 'County Road 22? when he ran off the
On Friday, Joe Willis Holley was state vehicle received $500 damageand Clay: and St. Johns counties. slick pavement onto the shoulder, los-
found guilty of battery. Holley, 29, is a FHP car was also damaged.: Hunter ran away from his job at the ing control and striking a pine tree.
serving 150 years for robbery and five' The patient was returned to Baker prison's: sanitary landfill at 11 a.m., Arnold's '78 pickup sustained ap
for aggravated assault in County. was spotted by officers but they lost proximately $3,000 damage.
County. Two lilt his trail. Aug. 19, Marlie Alexander Sander. CJ\j
The inmates will be sentenced at a Hunter should be considered son, Starke, was traveling west on
later date. And Runs dangerous.: Road 16, slowed for the traffic ahead
Judge Carlisle dismissed the state's Herman N. Spainhower 31, Arkansas and was struck in the rear by a vehi- :
inmate Colline
against Deleon
case traveling south on 301, slowed to

Ifad Mims expired.because a homemade Mims the speedy was knife.charged trial period with turn rear by into a vehicle Pizza Hut which, was left the struck scene.in Martie's Body Shop Fashion Frames for:.the, Entire, Fa nil}'

laving to the Kenworth tractor was
court action Stirly Jones $450 231 s. 496-2679

was Wilkins returned returned to probation to probation, Danette and Sylvester White, Anthony,. was Lake Butlers Prescriptions Fitted, 'I Ucotod' At
slowing to turn into a service stationon U?30U Edwards Roo
Gary Thornton received nine months
under the custody of the Departmentof 301 when struck by a vehicle which Dupont Acrylic Paint Lens Duplicated Acraa* fcan Community B nk
then south. The driver was "
Corrections for violation of proba- proceeded Sunglasses .'64-1'"
found at Bradford Square Shopping Exterior OPEN: Mnday thru Frld
tion. Complete y
Center and returned to the scene. Rear Sliding 69" Senior Citizen Discount .a mm 5:30 pm$1
Kate R. White, another Anthony' .
; resident, was taken to Bradford Glass Window Reg., $95.:',, $ 5995w pm
Jury Finds County Hospital where she was Reg. $250. Rodney L. Sumner, Owner:' Licensed Opticia
BarwickNot treated and released.' ,
Wayne Sandra K. Blankenship, 21, Route 2 We Do AH .Types Of Glass Work
GuiltyJurors Box 460, Starke, was charged with M
found Elbert Wayne Bar. leaving the s'ene of accident with injuries rcn sale
wick of Lake city not guilty in circuit .
court Thursday, Aug. 20. Hampton Man rAIEAGLEI. Thursday Friday, Saturday
Barwick, 28, was charged with the Flees Police
December 1979 burglary of Twin Tops Vve
Truck Parts and Services owned by Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- '
Harlis Ellington. ment arrested Marvin Dwayne Mc- : -
.Also reported stolen were a truck, a Clellan 19, Hampton, Aug. 22,4 miles Back-To School '
motorcycle, a radio, a tool box north of Starke.

assembly and $9,000 worth of tools. McClellan was fleeing, and attemp- :::;: ::T- 5'I; w '

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m Pfc. Chambers advanced individual training.:, : .
SALE PERSONAL The tralninlnCluded:,;, I weapons .
j Completes Training qualificaitons, squad tractlcs, patrolling ;
SALE 1 ": \
TRUCKS MOBILI HOMi In Lake LAKE LOT on sand (bottomedlake ,.' P I NGO. AMERICANLEGION Pfc; Joseph W. Chambers, son of landmine warfare? field ;.'.

Geneva Park SILO and up. 'In Hlllcrest. $800 nit 29A HOMI inRidge SIIY,, CARPENTER H' WORKt H HALL SR-21. Mr. and Mrs Billy E. Chambers of :communications;'4and conibat; opera-
Phone 4732879. tfnchg 7/2 down, $146.44 p.r month. overlooking S11yMtT' Remodeling I work, K.Saturdays.7 p.m. Public; inJpvlted. Starke, has completed One Station .CompletloR'I.ofhls
A/C: PS; PB. Excellent con Phone 473-4038 o,r' tfnchg 8/6 QttalifJes the,'"Soldier as,, a. light-
3BR .. ,
2BA HOME-CH/A. $350 lake Two mll- 9ir cablneVe and trl ', Unit Training OSUT) at the U.S. Army '
dition. 4900. 473-4993 I
or p.r month. Lake acc.... 473-4367 after 6 p.m. Reasonable ,, OVtRtATERSANONYMOUS School Fort' Banning, weapons'lnlal,11ryman.and as an its?
473-4146. 1 Itchg 8/27 ACREAGE. Keystone school/ on OMMly < carpenter. ; Infantry -
3760078. tfnchg 6/18 LAKE LOTS AND -Ar. 'you direct fire crewman. "
owned road. 41000. prices. Call Ed Dempsey at. Ga.
1977 SPORT CHRYSLER COUPE., CORDOBA Excellent ON LAKC GENEVA--18R.1/1 Keystone Heights, owner 11 3MX' mortgage. 473-2477 alter/ 6 p.m. addicted to food? Is your OSUT is a 12-week period which Chambers is a 1981 graduate' or

condition low mll.ag., ciency. In town. $125 financed 10 percent Interest 376-0078. tfnchg 6/18. tfnchg 12ALCOHOLIC weight effecting the way combines basic combat training and Bradford?! High School .;,,..
month First and last lots on clear you live your life CallO.EA. '
good tires, classic black 3BR SMITH LAKI AREALrare ANONYMOUSl -- -- -- --- "'" .a't
lake, priced to No dues fees
no ,
damage deposit. Call 8p.m.
'/ wooded lot. A/C. Closed. meetings Monday
on upholstery-block ,body Loaded leather withoccssoris 473-7086. 3tchg 8/13 8/27 sell from $9,900. One to heat. Furnished. or unfurnished. i Op.n meetings, FrU' no welgh-lns. Op'erimeeting ; STROUT REALTY INC.Broker 'CtPfc.
five overlooking lake Kevin toG'
FURNISHED 2BR IBA Lake acres Tuesday nights'at .
on $30.000 assumable day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday; .
: power steering Geneva. $285 month. (access available) with 7,, 7:30: p.m. at St. Anne'sEpiscopal
per available at 9 8 Alateen Monday i'h'Gets'Promotioq
radio, power front brakes and AM/FM r.ar Keystone Heights Realty nice trees from $3,500, 3/mortgage"% Coll owner,. p.m.p.m.All meetings Ins! Church, terrain; Champion;,Aaoe.Stlrout 1'1(1Iii'( :
Realtor 473-4961. $500 down, $50 a month.Commercial Keystone Heights. For Information ,
speaker, A/C, etc. tfnchg 473-2735. tfnchg 8/6 Educational Building Com I 838 N. Temple Av*.
lrontageInvestment -
Moderately prlc.d. To see, 8/27 opportunity. LIKE COUNTRY CASUALf munlty Church tfnchg 9/3,, helptoll, or 473-2790 emergency .Phone -/931 Or .rl>
phone 75.1969. 8/27 SR-21 N. Owner-salesman. Situated among majestic 9648587. tfnchg 8/27 Really tvening175.309dxx.re.m Marine Pfc. Kevin tx:
CH/A. Available 12CAIt..INTItY .
197 FORD MOO PICK UP6cyl. Sept. 7 trees, 2BR, LEA masonry Phone 473-2477. tfnchg ,
473-4375. tfnchg 8/6 LARGE SWEET MUSCADINE Griffis of Mr. and
$275 son
per brick In AND
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speed SWB. n.w
tires AM/FM cassette. 473-4768. 2lchg 8/27.9/3 AKC DOBERMANS--TOP large living room fenced- WORK.-bulld patios addition AND SCU'PIRNONGGRAPES..you' SPECIAL THIS WEEK Mrs. Clifton E. Griffis of.Slarke 'r

2100. 473-2876. Itchg 2BR CABIN in !Lake Johnsonarea. quality only. You ore In In yard on Opal lake with *, remodeling homesand pick. Easy has been prfc"
Unfurnished. $125 vited to visit our kennels. beach 64900. tile work. Also pain picking In a neat vineyard moted to his present rank
8/27 per month. You pay 475-1228. Bond Anumoble VA loon. ting.{ Free estimates. op.n daylight tldark/ .2 bedroom, 1 both horn plus 22'x26' block while serving witTjMarineAvialionTrainirt

HELP utilities. Call 473-3418. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN LOVE A GRACIOUS SET Phone 473-4473 during every day. Lilly's Vineyard, workshop on 9/10 ac. Paved Road. $25,500 {

I tchq 8/27 '/,ACRE LOTS for sale from TINGT Whit. Sands Lake day. tfnchg/ 8/6 Floro ham.. 659-2121 with $6000 down. Support Group 90, Nava-j

WANTED NOW BUILDING and leasing $2.995., Restricted with with 160' of gleomln.g FREE YOURSELF OF UN 3lchg 8/27-9/10 Air Station, Memphis

approximately 1,000 sq. ft. lake access 3772808. waterfront 3 acres paved WANTED HAIR with else Tenn.
OFFICE MANAGER for pro- across road on SR-21 and tfnchg 6/18 road owner financing. trolysis. Call l for a free consultation WANT TO BUY used .Nice wooded lot with lake access to ,w n.

fessional. Experience re SR-100 near new post office / SWAN LAKE ESTATES $34.000. ,73.7033. Amy's typewriters and adding Georges Lake. Restrictions. Only $2500 tI

quired. "'/. days per week. In Keystone Heights, beautiful, wooded-ocre A SUMMER HAVEN on Spr Electrolysis, 490 Lawrence machines. Must be In .

Excellent salary. Fringe 4tchg 827917OPPORTUNITIES lots on paved streets. ing Lake. 2BR, IB A, brickfireplace Blvd., Keystone. tfnchg 7/2 working condition with $600 down. MOBILE I HOME
benefits. Call 473.3149or Some waterfront lots. 964-5764. tin 2/12.
asbestos -
shingle opaning practice 'III
interview. tchg 8/27 Swimming/ easement to cottage with detotched of Mark David WI... HOMES

SOMEONE TO REFINISH our lak. From $6.000. Buy garage, front and back B.A. Now offering servicesfor FARM SURBURBAN IN TOWN
wood floor Com.and give now build later SR-16, fenced hypnosis
CREATIVE CRAFTS screened porch prescription
estimate. 473-2885. 2tchg plastercraft macrame, two miles east of Melrose. yard boathouse. $37,000. for traditional and Individual STEVE BROADWAYTREE :, ACREAGE BOTH FOR RESIDENCE
8/27-9/3 supplies and Instructions. By owns 475-2123 or IN MOVE-IN CONDITION on applications SERVICE OR COMMERCIAL USE

Make your Christmas' gifts' 1.384.2189.4tchg 8/6.8127 Bedford Lake, complaslyfurnished / (smoking w.ight control I
WANTEDWORK BEACH SAND for your lake 18A doctor referral stress Removal Cilli Inyfim
nowAudrey Philips, 3BR large Compare properties with our Buyers *
473-2719. Itchg 8/27 lotWa deliver. King living room with fireplace, reduction .'C.) Please call your
WANTED: Yard workor YMCA-SPONSOAED SWIMMING Lumber Co. of Keystone kitchen equipped washer Gainesville, 376-3545. for Trimming list. Call today. Free Catalogs.
house work. We do windows Inc. 473-3127. Stchg
LESSONS and parent- dryer freezer. S60.00O. appolntm.nt. tfnchg 8/6 Free Estimate
) 475-1720 especially baby awareness classes. RATTAN SOFA AND SIDE UNIQUE SPLIT LEVEL 3BR, YARD OR HOUSEWORK 1 --

after 5 p.m, 4tpd 8/6-8/27 Parent/baby 10-24 months CHAIR--good condition. 2BA spacious living room dependable and 1 ill:

CAR POOL NEEDED daily to old 4.30-5: p.m. Tiny tots Phone 473-2598 after noon with 8x4 bay window reasonable. Windows, 475-4732 Starke Ads ,.
downtown 2-5 years old 5530.: BEDROOM SUITE (dark); overlooking lak. Kitchen hauling, mowing .,c. .J
For mar. Informa Classes' In private pool In dining room suit.(blonde). equipped 3x6 pantry Have coma equipment. After 5 P.M.

lion call 473-3997 after 6:30: Melrose' Sept 212. For Information $130 each. Pieces 1-car garage, crawl space 475-1720. 4tpd 8/13.9/3 ::1 CARS ft CARS ftTRUCKS COMMERCIAL ;;

p.m. 3tchg 8/13-27 call 751095. negotiable. 473-4146 or with access to all pips HOUSEKEEPER FOR HIREs Keystone Heights *

FAY SWAFFORD ORIGINALS 473-4993. I Itchg 8/27 1 1,670 sq. ft. Assumable VA Does your home need a I TRUCKSBUICK PROPERTY ; .

Position AvailableFor Initial handbags and lug FURNITURE AND MISC.' loan. $53.000 thorough cleaning once a ,a
gag. To see samples call ITEMS for sale. Phone GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD, week or every other ELECTRA 225 One 74 PINTO SWt: 30 mpg., n.w BRADFORD MINAWAREHOUSEOFFICE|

Joanne Matter 473-2389. 475-2701. IIchg 8/27 and sensibly priced Is this week? I have many excellent Now Hear This.. owner loaded. No. 1 con Inspection Runs and looks !

Executive Director 3BR. 28A home with Silver local references. dition. No dents, no rust. great, $1295; '73 MERCURY COMPLEX for sale. 80 pctv!
I New tires. 46.000 miles. CAPRI. $275, 71 CHEVY
lake access. 2 car garage, Have three spots ,left for owner financing available
Union County Concerned REAL ESTATE COURSEThe fireplace, 10x10 wood Keystone-Melrose area. Ads (No collect calls please). 3/4 ton full window at 11 pet. IV acres witlV..
Call 533 2..31. 7/301khp CARRY AIL, $575. Call
Citizens of Developmen deck, kitchen equipped, Call between 5-7 room for expansion lOOr:
Don Tennant School assumable loon. $49,TOO. weekdays.-1691.1khg Gel Results. 1978 VW RABBIT 38,000 96/-8670. Itpd 8/27. pct. occupancy plut>S*
tal Disabilities. Must Of Real Estate .. 77 NOVA door, 6 cyl.
CARLTON LAKE, 3BR 1BA, WANT' TO BUY used miles A/C, stereo. $.4"00. waiting list. Phone owners
have Bachelor's Degree Will Offer mobile home, 21x12 typewriters and adding Call 964 6020 or '9645825. Automatic trans., power "473-2735. 6 tin ">
storage and laundry 1971 DATSUN 280 Zt 1' steering. $1700.: Call ,J
from an accredited college machines. Must be in Invest $2.50 9648503. tfn.
THE REAL ESTATE COURSE REQUIREDFOR building 1-car garage. working condition. Customized 40.000 mil... LAND *<
or university with a FLORIDA REAL ESTATE SALESMAN'S 132' on lake. $28.800. 9645764. tfn 2/12. Many extras. Best offer. F-IOOO FORD TRUCK ,.)
major relevant to the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS TodayForF.xtra Call 964-6020 or 9645825. (I' WRECKER: Extra good buy FOR,SALE M

LICENSE. REALTY REALTOR HuntleyR.dF.arn'1 JEEPS. CARS PICKUPS from $9500. Callahan. Call i ..
rehabilitation of the 8/27.:
473-461 879.2 22. 81 13 3tchg' \II
$35. Availabl. at local'
handicapped including Monday and Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m. Itchg 1/27 Gov't Auctions. For Directory 40 ACRES Heavily wood.d'\r.J\ ;

retardation and two Starting September 9, 1981 SERVICES call Surplus Data WANTEDGOOD 3 miles north' of courthouses
YARD SALEMULTIFAMIlY'cancelled and 1 mile east of US301j,>
8 weeks duration Center, 415-330-7800.8/13
experience in the I- 473-4340 Owner,
years $1500 per acre. ;
Chamber of Commerce Building
for used
(field of human relation. I PRICESAID financing. Call Frances!
or. 3door. 4-speed irons,
Starke, Florida last Saturday due to badweather. I Before Tulrs.v A/C; P/S.. AM/FM Stereo mobile homes If mortgageIs Mann Realty, IncA A>t
salary $17,000. 473-4252 I II 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S
Children'sclothing I Tinted gla... Duel sport Realtors. 374. 999 otH
Submit resumes to: J.D. Gene Reese InstructorTo many sizes misc. Repairs Of Malor / Noun mirrors. Ph. 96 -6505, 8/20 MOBILE HOME SALES 378.0442. 8 20 4tchg 9 IO.V;. ,

Griffis, Chairman of the items. Corner of Pecan and I: Electric Appliances. I 1972 CHEVELLE 2.Dr., A/C. 964-5606., Op.n 7 days r,
Call Gene Reese Magnolia Streets lust off weekly TFchgWE I
Register PB/PS. Sunroof AM/FM
Board P.O. Box 98 IUY AXLES ft TIRES w ACREAGE ,
SR 21, Should b. biggerand Serving Bradford 4 Clay' ;
473-7076 475-1255 .,. '' Cassette stereo, 92.QOQ 0.1..+ Fr1, nr.c. St9S.00Q.I. : +. wooded,_
b.tt..thl.. ,' '' :J2.27 awes heavily
Raiford, Florida 32083 After call 473-3265.to**, .r.. Saturday Counties miles!,, excellent .trqnspqrtotlpn .
5 p.m. w."j i..} .t ; .. \ \ to Olins MNWMye10R'W .
a$450a CK.b SIll Twrme.Strawberry
... a.m. fa 6 : 473-4732. \ qr :
<"- *- p.m. $1,000.00. ColtMike .
by Sept. 10, 1981. ..,' Itchg 8/27 lowrence: Brva!1)Ifysloni; I 964-5818 Evenings. Starke. 64i560o.-TFchg .. xr...,.t'I......
WANTED: Used tools'both
1974 DODGE VAN: 6 cyl. mschonksand Acres: B.7 ac.
Good mileage, good corp.nt.rs.Phone Assume 9'/r %mt,.; 1

I I -Union County r Ads- .1 condition gas Bed and table. 468-1551.9/11 964-8331 tnchg or SIJ.OOO............ : .
$1500 or best alter Call WANTED Mobile Home AxIs ,
9648699. Itchg 8/27. Paying the best price 14.06 Acres: Shad Own.. p;
GMC PICKUP: 1975, 3/4 ton fin. Avail. 9""%' $2f.100. : s
WANTEDMOBILE REAL FOR SALEJIM'S FOR SALEFREE for good condition' axles. ........... .
body rough, running gear 961.8331.9/11 tnchg J
ESTATE good $750, Phone WANT TO BUY usedtypewriters 10 Acres large barn 's
FURNITURE is having a ENGLISH IVY: Lg. m
9647065. Real workhors. stacked ,
and pond $23.000 .
Will pay cash for your used REPO SALE Cash In So. Belle Rt. 2 Box 481
on Sultanas' $.50
LOOKING 4-speed. I Itchg 8/27.
FOR $3500 dn.
a special machines Must be in mtg.
mobile home Ray Powell piec of property II/ I these deals from now until Hibiscus $1, loblolly Boy I..I:! Lake Butler !1976 AUDI FOX 45.000 working condition.{ : rxrrr.r1rd ..
4963377. TFN 4/16.
don't have It. I'll I f find{It.Just sold out. Clearance of all Riv.r Birch, Eucalyptus REAl10R Geraldine Lennon miles, 27 mpg excellent 9645764. tfn 2/12. t. Acres: Well power pole.
.. repossessed furniture and Trees $5. Palm Trees and '
PERSONALSERVICES ask JANE S. USHER, condition. AM/FM. A/1. MOBILE HOME Axles 'with 10200.
bedding, Also some old blooming size Jerusalem Realtor Associate control .
REALTOR 496-2126 A/C cruise ,
or tires. Will $125. Phone qua p.'\,
496-2903. eves.. "Your store merchandise., Some Thorn Trees $10. Contrary 496-3140 radiols. $3500.00 firm, 9645007. 6/11 I 111chgBUSINESS'IOCtATION 'TO' Acr.i: 'l'g. ,pines' :
Garden SR 121 InLaCro.
Union new some damaged or.oied. Mary's 473-3672. 8/77. "
Realtor tpd
County tfn
CUSTOM MADE FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Come In check It .... Phon. 462-1561. "For The Area's Finest Properties"HOMES 1980 GMC CONCORD: Ex- 8/27. L S 3OOO.. "t M
NEEDY ,1"..........
DRAPCRIESiFreeestimates. NEEDSCall Venera Brown out. You may find what Closed Sunday and Mon FARMS ACREAGE collent throughout low ED In Stroke Good walk rLewt.y

local 496-3022 or Sandy Haien you want. Make a day. 3tchg 8/13 8/20 8/27. mileage. Priced $3,150. In 'traffic location. 200-500 -+ "c.
distributors for completely 496-3994 was Tiffin and reasonable offer. W. 1977 CHEVROLET PICK-UPt I Terwillegar Realty loan value, $",500. Call ft. Must have facilities utll. house, dog p.n. Land-

washabl. nationally Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 might like It. CASH ONLY ton 350 automatic excellent 205 N. Temple, Starke 964-7901 weekdays, for sq. working on cars out of scoped. $4100.

advertised GardsetteDropsriec Box 788. Lake Butler FL. at thee bargain prices. condition twin 9647776REALTOR' ',. 824-3090 weekends Itchg rain and / 6 'JoltatNlaS/9! ,,
I SAW Enter NO DELIVERIES. Sold as Is. tanks, sliding rear win-r sun. After p.m,. g _
prises. Ed or Lama AAA Come In today. JIM'S FURNITURE dow Reduced to 2800. SURPLUS JEEPS.available.CARS Many and'TRUCKSI call l! 473-3549.;_ 1 tpd. 827.fdV Re.llor'712J93t

Stephen. 496-2219. REAIESTATEAGENCY 4SS Main Street, 1967 Ford Pickup 300. 6 sell under $200. Call Mlcho.ll.Coon.y
*, 1 'ROTFNWill Lake Butler. cyl./ 4 speed, 4 wheel 312/742-1143. Ext. 705 for I R.altorAssoc..64-8B27'
INSTALL SEPTIC FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR drive, hunting lights tfnchg.'v..
Info. how to purchase. rlrrew'j"t
TANKS: and drain fields Ph. 7S2-0577 $200. washer $125, dryer reduced to 1750. Excellent 9/17. .
8/27 4tpd
pump out tanks also fill, QUALIFY FOR THIS $95. hardwood maple mechanical condi ".

dirt. Licensed.. Call Brines low Interest assumable mortgage bedroom suite $225 Early lion 496-3819. Itchg 8/20. .
Jones 275-2197 around 7 and move Into this 3 American sofa and chair, BRICK HOMEi located in ,

a.m. or after' 5 p.m. 7/16 bedroom 2 bath home with $350 dinette set $85. lake Butler on 1/2 acre.

TFN. CHA en a corner lot. Unique recliner, $95, queen bed used Has fenced back yard W A'RNI.NG 'tl
CUSTOM COMBINE WORK kltch.n-femily room combo. 3 months $150 l king bed centeral heat and air
Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or $150.I air conditioner $75 many kitchen appliances III

496-2903. TFN 8/20. Mortgage mon.y available coffee and 2 end tables Included For mar. details FORSALI I I
ATTENTION LADIESi Pearl's for this 2d-ocre ranch. A 3 $55 double bed used 3 call Moines Real Estate,

Symbro-Ett. Botique now bedroom IV bath family months $125. Phone Realtor 496-3978. Itchg NEW LISTINGS TO NON-SUBSCRIBERS t tA '

open for business. Fitted room w/ fireplace, large 752.7961 Providence. Itchg 8/27. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS ,

bras girdles and barn and metal sheds. Ideal DOUBLE BED: $60. twin bed 1976 FORD EllTEl
Loaded .
swimwear Beautiful pasture land or farm. Pinch $.cO. color TV leis than excellent condition, good House w/4Vi acres.HOME man who was too cheap to subscribe to his .4,

custom made lingerie. One Gut area. on. year old $300, rocker gas mileog. $2595. D.M. ON 1+ ACRES hometown newspaper sent his little boy to barrow

mile from Lake Butler on Your own garden and well. $75. brown vinyl sofa and Hale 496.2171. TFN 7/2. Beautifully decorated 3Bdrm 2 Bath In lake Butler I his neighbor's copy. In his haste the boy ran
Brooker Road, bock of chair 'like, new $225. 1600 ft., cent. H/A. W/W El.genwall!
This 3 bedroom. bath brick queen sq. carpet. over an $80 hive of bees and in 10 minutes he look-
Johnson Store. Phone home located on 2 acres size hide-a.bed $250. 3 HELP WANTED paper glassed In sun porch Home Immaculate eon 1 ed liked a warty squash. His father ran to his :;
496-2211./ :2tchg! 6/27 9/3. bookshelves/home
entertainment f.nc.d back
dltlon. well landscaped
with a 20 K 60 carport. Central Property yard. assistance, and failing to notice the barbed wire = ,
unit cost over $110 PER WEEKS Part Tima Has n.w root Ready ta move In. Must fee to appreciate
h.at with oak flooring. $600 at Rhodes-like new fence, ran into that,cutting a hole In his anatomy !

Mike McNabb Seek yard landscaped.Call $250, queen size bedroom America's at ham.foremost Webster dictionary l -$44.000. as well as ruining a pair of $10 trousers. The old .

Roof RepairsSky for Info about suite $250, solid oak n..ds LARGE OLDER HOME REMODELLED cow took advantage of the gap in 'the fence and
Star..... bedroom suite cost ov.r company Lecated In well established neighborhood.' Partially!
townhouses In
ham. workers to update killed herself eating,! green corn. Hearing a i::!
Installed $2000: like $1,200. remodelled unfinished good buy for the handyman.! '
Lights Notary Serrk.Ah.r local mailing lists Allogs racket, the wife ran out, upset four-gallon' : j
Installed & Phone 752-7961 Pro Over 2000 sq. .ft., plus double' carport. Large op.n] '
Gutters experience un churn of into basket chicks.
Hours vidence. Itchg 8/27. porch with decorative wrought Iron railing. Add'i lotii cream a drowningthe '

Mobile Home Roofs John Longford Jr. U.8 FREEZERRheem, excellent necessary.1.716843-5670. Ext.' .' 6005.Call available edacent| to property. Owner will finance to I entire batch. In her haste she dropped a $135

RepairedQuality Realtor Associate condition only two I llpd827.Subscribe' qualified buyer.THIS HOMI HAS MANY POSSIBILITIES,f set of false teeth, which the family dog buried ;:;

4 e-3tl4 years old. Call 496-3409. :: thinking it was a new type of bone. Thetbaby, :
1973 VEGA: Good transportation horn lo SWCit of lake having I been: left alone, crawled through the spilled : .
Bedrm 1 bath Mf s east
Workmanship at INSURANCEMAINES mil.ag., clean gets standard good Butler off SjH3JjJrt)3 f
fair prices INSURANCE AGIN- gas transmission $600. Phone Now front porctL M %4Wf>*ftlflen4 minor repairs. Ness] /0 carpet. During the excitement the ('oldest

496.3819 CYi 160 S. Lake Av., Lake 496-2627. tlpd 8/27. swm 0% ;to qualified buyer. Would] t daughter ran away with the hired man, a stray $;

Butler. 496-3978. Complete make g rte) home Investment. dog broke up 11 setting hens the calves got out E3

'Insurance, Service TEN .1 BDRM HOMI NEAR MAIN iT. :,;; and chewed the tails off four fine shirts on the
High Cost of Living Got You Down .oR "".3022" MAITOM Bdrm 1 bath home. h m. Kitchen] '.. clothes line, and the cat had a batch of kittens. 1
All this to 25 cents. And in this the
Union Co. Branch Not stove. ry.r. Situated oncorn.r ] just save case,

\' LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow Sandy Hasen Office pr rt. can b. assumed plus! poor guy never did get to read that week's edi I
owns will a'equity jto qualified' buyer tion.
i (lAN,Nwn/) 494-1022 '.; i
M. t. IM 7SI. L....Svfto.. TRAILER WITH > lOn .
taking applications for 12.34 BR Bdrm trailer, partially fimlshed en I let with .UI Don't Let This Happen To You! !,

I August occupancy.. These all electric EE 10 acres located In hunting area. Excellent1for lot .dla ."'. Included. Priced at only $7500. CASH. '
units are spacious, with lots of closet hunting'camp or lodge. $12,000 goo, I BEDROOM HOMI Wn < Subscribe ,Today! : :r rTO

space and all have wall-to-wall carpet- terms. 1 acr..iSR-Il1. J roll.c uth of Worthington SprJIngs. .
.39 acres, extremely wooded, excellent le (Alachue Cry.) J "* I -
ing, drapes and kitchen appliance. Onsite I !
vestment. Owner financing. '" ; ; f

laundry facilities Rental assistance .Commercial business already established.: CALL NOW FOR ADD'L I INFORMATION ON THESE'OH SUBSCRIBE, Mail. TM Form With Your Money Or Check To: ,

for qualified applicants.For Ready to walk Into. OTHER IISJINGS.' b, The Bradford Co. Telegraph P.O. Drawer A; Starke I Fla.! 32091 i

applications and information, Chicken houses broilers In operation '

: please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake cellent condition. 75000. MANE USHER Fill Out This Handy Order J
Form For Your Subscription: .
Butler, Florida 32054 or Call :4963141.Equal B 140 acres would make an exceptional .496-2126 or 496-2903 : I

Housing Opportunity. horse or cattle ranch or 'could be divided Into. 19am j In County .
360 W. Main St., lak Butler, Fla. :
I Come-to our Open House Wednesday, 10 ft 20 acre tracts. Address. _. 19.00 I
'._Vnt.t.C.esMs>JCewftarM'Day '
August 26 8 5 Wanted for client 20 acres very secluded.. City Out of
a.m. p.m. j jI iI i : ', NI ht' : County! + j

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New PLATES 24 X Excellent condi. COOL SEAL FOR TRAILEIltTO"S. BABYSITTING In my home HOME PARK mobile homes
everything. .
glassware novelties ARIA 36" 25 each. Bradford tion. $850. Call 468-2839. materials A. labor foul working mothers; any and spaces for rent
dishes at reasonobloi, New home for sale. Ado' County Telegraph, 8/27 2tchg 9/03. furnished. $75.00. age; day or night. Fouythe Recreational Vehicle ,

pplc' .. Corner US-301 and quality built hornet, $22 9646305. tfn ALICIA HAY Highly fertilis 01.1827.16 if,,. 'Rood. Call 964.8407. 8/27 welcome. Phone, 4682912.
SR-16, at Cull Station. 9 per sq. ft. built on your lot NEW CARPET, NEW A USED ed. No weed. Horse quali ILL'S SAW SHOP Complete 4tchg9/17. TFchg ,
to S pm. Also will rent' .or ours. Adams & Hall, Furniture S Appliances. ty. $2.50 per bale.' sharpening service circular LET MI DO YOUR MENDINGi HOUSEKEEPING. and sleeping t REALTY

>pac. to onyon. for .. 473-2056 or 473-2128. 6/4 Plumb fixtures and pipes. 96 -7789, Guinea pigs hand, carbide, and hemming. Road 1 130: room TV and Air, '-.r '
Ing. Phone 96<4.5685 TFchg. BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 $500ea. 8/21 Itpd. chain, mower blade hollow South, 4 miles on' right. Underwood Motel 3 miles A.'I t -- _
94-5180. 7/23 tin or CUSTOM HOMES! now South, 9646679. 2/5 PURE-BRED REGISTERED ground and balanced. Itpd 821.PIANO North of' Starke on Hwy PHONE 964-7776
RWMMAGI" SALE 6 under construction TFNchg ANGUS BULL 3yr. old. Leave at Jackson Building AND ORGAN 301. 10/9 tnchg CECILIA
?? Frl, ,& Sat., Aug. 28 :overlooking Starke Country OKRA FOR YOUR FREEZER Phone 96<4.8356, James Supply In Starke Keystone LESSONS Beginning MOBILE HOMES Two and ITERWILUCAR 205 N. Temple. Starke
and 29. Fellowship Hall Club, Adams and Hall Picked three times a week. Gasklns. TFNchg 3/14. Heights or Lake Butler. students now scheduling.Nell three bedrooms; clean. l'

!behind; Calvary Baptist Builders. Phone 473-2056 By bushel or half-bushel. RICONO'TlONIDTV'S.Color. I ALCOHOLICS ANONV- Mann. 483.1175. Highway 16 and 225. New WE HAVE THE WINNING ATTITUDE) PUT US TO WORK
Church MadIson and or 473-2128. 6/4 TFchg. Watermelons. $1 1.00 each. starting at MOUSt Brooker area. 8/20 2tchg owners, formerly Whites FOR YOU WE NEED LISTINGS I
Cherry Ss.( Lots of Items tochaos. 10% INTEREST BY OWNER If Call 964-6528. Keep trying. $100.00. Trade-ins Phone 96<4.5U8 964-7619.. 8/27. Park. Call 468-1323 3/12 Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
from. Dealers' you hove 9000. $232/mo. 7/9 tfn.LIMEROCKt. welcome. Phone 964-8212. TFchg tfn. low maintenince, adult housing offering charm,
welcome. 8/27 11pd. payments, 3 bedroom, CB 20 yard semi 6/11Hn. SEWING MACHINES BUSINESS 3 BR, 1 8*, LIVING ROOM. comfort and quality together with energy efficiency,
SAUl loads only. Phone HAYs State Road 16W REPAIREOi All makes dining room S kitchen starting at $33,400.
GARAGE Saturday, home, central heat, AC
:9Kug..29. Two families. furJijtore laundry, attached 782-3172, Lawtey, ALLEN towards prison. LonxyRhoden. cleaned oiled and adjusted. OPPORTUNITIESOPEN central heat and air. In * * * *
garage TAYLOR. 7/30 if nSAWDUST Call 9646721. Work Hampton Phone 468.1779.
$15. 'We to offer of Brodlord finest
household Ifems, ore proud one
fireplace, abovegroundpool CYPRESS $6 for Itpd 8/27. James ((1>t months rent In advance .
:ttilldrens and adults Call S guaranteed YOUR OWN retail apparel residences, situated on 33 acres over 3.000 sq. ft. of
many extras., level You load. USED GE REFRIGERATORS 5/7
Clothing. 822 W. Pratt.St.Jtchg 17267651. tin 8/20. pickup. Strickland' corner MorganRd. shop. Offer the latestin ) tfnchg. gorgeous/ house*, CH&A, handsome born. Impeccably
: 8/27. Phone 468-2624. 8/6 3tchg Excellent condition. $100 and Hwy 16. TFchg jeans. denims and sport. MOBILE HOMES 2BR. call maintained. '
3BR FRAME HOME on one. 8/20 Used Sears Kenmoregas 96 6112 964-5261. 8/13
FENCES Install or
up. CHAIN <
YWtD SALII. and- $14.850.00 Includes
Friday lot
swear. 1121 Besient Rd. large, corner nicely landscaped
half ocr. lot; If Interested .PIGS I with 3 stoves, excellent con. 3tchg 827wDUPLEX
sow pigs; ed. Free estimates. Handy. .
,lpturday.Aug. 23 A 29, 3' fixtures etc.Complete .. .
Inventory CB 3 BR 2 B CH&A plus attic fan laPs of storage space 14'
pl.a.e'call 964-7932 or sows; 1 boar! 18 feeder dition. $75 up Flourescent Man Fence Co. 964.8559. 200,Orange St..
i Miles) Southon SRI00 Store I
at Op.n.lna.
_. 9645882. 8/20 2tpd 8/27. pigs. Call 964.6365 lights $12. Phone 964-7251. TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER Stark.. $195.00 per month .20' carport 6' x 14' utility room 140 sq. ft. patio fenced
'; 96<4.79'2. 1tpd little as 2 w..k.anywh.r.
!927, FURNISHEDi 28R horn. on 2 anytime. 8/13 2tchg 8/20. 8/27 2tpd 9/3. REPAIR. Call In U.S.A. (Also plus security deposit. Call back yard plus 24'x2l' lighted shed .
lots: 7000. Call 964-7863 DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN SEARS AC/DC WELDING the Office Shop, 110 W. Infants and chlldrens 964.8082 after 6 p.m. 8/13 Seventh Day Adventlst Church Rd 230A Frame buildingwith
"I HELP or 9645739. 8/20 2tchg HOUSEs 301 South MACHINE boys 10speedbicycle Call St., Starke, for details, shop). Call TONY Collect tfn. 684 sq. ft.-four rooms-Vi bath carpeted two gas
ill 8/27. 964-6740. We Buy and Sell ; 1-3 ft. pro-hung 9645764. tfn. 1 904-7SI-4520.. Itpd 8/20. STARKE AREA 3 BR home. heaters-one air conditioner The building was built In
WANTEDINFOIMATION CLOSi TO TOWN' AND Used Furniture and Appliances. door; l-37"x38" aluminum GLASS CUT TO ORDERi PURCEll'Si Specialists In $250 per mo, first and last 1956. The lot measures 100' 125' and has nice

CHURCH 2 bedroom. I 8/13 tfn. window; gold carpet, Doors windows, etc. moderate priced woman' mo. in adv.,, plus sec. dep. trees...SI3.000-Cash.
on Alaskan bath home. Nice yard. HAY Also would like to sell never used Call 964.6888, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY apparel' sixes' S to 50 and JANET M. STARLING. An offering whose appeal you may not be able to resist:
.and overseas employment.. Phone 'owner 964-7707. 12 acre field of hay. Shouldbe Itpd 827.2CHEST 964-6078. Orders also ladles shoes sixes 5M to Realtor 7823931. Eve. Spacious BR 2 B. Brick, CHXA fireplace. carport paved
Excellent Income poten Itpd 8/27. cut within 1 or 2 weeks OP DRAWERS, baby token In Lake Butler, 12EEE will soon be openingin Michael B. Cooney Assoc.. driveway fenced carpets dishwasher t stove built.in.
01. Call 1-312-741-9780.. Clifford Martin. 964-7143. bed sofa, double bed. and 9648827. 8/13 tf...
ON YOUR LOTs Completelyfinished 496.3079 Keystone Starke. YOU CAN OWN average utility bill $120. Selling price S"5.000 with aisum.
extension '4258. 8/20 4tpd home 8/132tchg 8/30. 4734508. Itpd 8/27. Heights, 473-4973. 2/26 THIS SHOPI I Very small In LARGE 2 BR HOUSE In mortgage of $27.000d% mo. pay. 264.54. AvailableOct. '
9/10 on piers. GRAPES U-Plck. Juicy and tfn. Starke Den laundry .
vestment. Calf Mr.. Alan I 1. 19$)
1 with deck
LADIESi Free$300.00 toy kit. Large 2 BR, BA ;, sweet; light and dark MOBILEHOMES NEW AND USED WATER 1.737.3558.8120 3tchg 9/3. room, attached garage Make time with an old timer Zoned commercial -
with cathedral
Best party plan .v.r. Lowpriced great-room ones. Bring containers. CONDITIONERS Soles and $300 per month. Lease and
OWN YOUR Lovely home for the professional with approx. 2.000 >q.
and No ceilings. Completed 30 Open 8 a.m. ill 6 p.m., free references required Call
toys gifts. Service. Call for wateranalysis '
SHOP Offering all the nationally ft., CHCA$ carpeted drop., 3 or 4 bedroom 2 both IR,
Idvestment., Approximately 'days. Only 29900. No Monday thru Saturday; FOR SALE and Information known brands ,/726.7651.7/30 tfn.
OR, Kitchen with eat-In area spacious utility room. carport
l > $6.00 per hour. Phone Pre-Fab. Special financing Sunday 2:30: to 6:30. OH .964.5673.3/12 tfn. such as Jordache Vender- DUPLE APT 2-BR,. living
1.328.8789 Monday-Friday. available. Free fireplacefor 200A 4 ml. west of TYPING. SERVICE Will do bllt. Calvin Klein room.' eat-In kitchen $175 screened. porch. paved driveway 4 entra lots well

9a.m.: til 3 p.m. I/l36tchg cash buyers. Call Melrose. See signs, I9lf MOBILE HOMES typing at my home. Pleasecall Sedgefield. Levi! and over' per mo. $100 security landscaped available new I
9/17. 9645533. Hchg 8/27. longneckers. 475.1151 or payments starting at Ado Reddish at 70 other brands. deposit. References. Call Your heart will beat fatter I Brick 4 BR 2 B on Klngsley

HOUSEKEEPER Cleaningand % 4732702. 8/20 4thcg 9/10. $147.00 per month.' John 964-7910. tfnchg 5/21. 12500.00 includes beginning 964.7188. Itchg 8/27. lake.
cooking., Must love HOMES REVCO CHEST FREEZER: 20 Brown Mobile Home IRADFORD SEPTIC. TANK airfare' for FURNISHED APARTMENT .33.. N. Myrtle CI available now large master
.chlldr.n. Must'have awn Strawberry Acres 3BR ft., like new. Don Rowl Center, 473-3773.4/9 SERVICE Bradford' County "I to Inventory the apparel center, Three 'large rooms, utilities, bedroom with private bath approx. 1 408 CH&A -
'ear. 9646539. Itchg 8/27. 2BA, '.2$ acres fenced, ings. 473-3412 after 6 p.m. tfnchg.NO residential pump-outs, training, fixtures and. 'furnished Suitable for one carpeted kitchen with bar Assum mortgage and owner

PARAMEDIC. Bradford stocked...ponds.......$51.000..... 1 tchg 8/20. QUALIFYING 2000.00 $SO. We also" re-lay drain Grand Opening Promo. working person. Ph. will take back second Convenient everything
County Rescue.: Stark. 16 MM.PROJECTOR Bell and down, $220.00 monthly. lines. Phone 9648121. tions. Call Mr. Colombo at '964.5464. 8/27 tfn 1024 Eastwood Drive 3 BR l '/.B, CB on quiet street .
Must be state certified.'Tor: lawteyi 3 II. I blk. from Howell, FII m.oundSp.claU.t. 1974 mobile home. 24x68 5/28 TFchg. Mademoiselle Fashions. 3 BR TRAILER: Adults only. some carpet central heat window A/C trees, large

.more' Information, call school shady.$16,000. $150.00. Earl ft. Nice private lot. Handy !SIGN PAINTING Commer. 3136327018. Itpd 8/27. No inside pets Call utility room carport.

9646000. 8/27 3tchg 9/10. ledueedI22.000.............. Muse, 964.7535 after 6 Man Special. 4 miles southof clal and private.- We will 96<4.7619. Itchg 8/27. .1091 S. Colley Rd. Brick 3 BR. 1 1'1. B. Veterans Adm. loan
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER. to p.m. 8/20 4tpd 9/10. Starke. off US301. Va. design. Call 964-8669 FOR LEASE 2000 ft. bldg of $24.305. "'/,". Interest pay. $754.30 a month. corner
In Country!! 2Y. ec. BEGINNERS VIOLIN, $50
help .with" seml-lnvolld. ; cant. Call 301/679-6056. before 3 p.m. 496.3291 adjacent| to Suzuki of lot. garage 3 blocks hospital 1 block school.
home, grape vineyard, or- Zenith 25" color TV, $75
Salary plus room and chard. $31,900. Reduced. ; 8/20 4tpd 9/10. anytime. 7/2 tfn. Storks on 301S.. call Frame 3 BR 1 B. IR, DR front porch. several pecan treeson
board..Call 964-5853. 6/27 $26.SOO. Black western saddle GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE I IHP. WOOD SPLITTER for BOAT 1975 1 14 ft.Kingfisher 964.6020. or 964.5825. 8 27. 1.6 acres 6 miles from Starke off Hwy. 301 on SR 18 E.
tfn. ........... $100; riding lawn mower, 1980 models priced to sell. rent hour or day. Agridlte, with 77 25 hp. Brooklyn Lake Adorable board 8 batten cottage with 2I
MAIDi In Trail i Ilk. new Brlggs ft Stratton 964.6465. 7/16 9/3.
Motel Apply and person.Restaurant. 1IR. 2BA. on 5 .$45000.. eng., 2-new tires, needs With Rebate Program. I IEPAIR WORK! Btchg Carpentry Evlnrude motor; Gator tilt- tfn.Chtssijlal .fbi I I BR 1 B. kitchen living area screened porch deck .

US.301 N. Lawi.;. 8/27 Owner fin. 30% dn.14% steering repaired $125 or Large selection to choose roofing painting Phone trailer; foot-propelled CIlIA, excellent condition all this odd up to a cozy
Int/tB yrs.3BR best offer. Call 964-8670. from. COMMUNITY trolling motor; gas tank; llfeityle.
2tchg 903wI ............. MOBILE HOME SALES, factory Jerry 7823669. 8/t3| 3tchg battery; large live w.II..2 Get.Resultsiftutci PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Itpd 8/27. from home In Theresso
I Ir NEED A BABYSITTER) 8/27. coo ocri A 3 BR ar.a.
Hours vary. In my ho",.. ,' 2.... Spenlsh style DOBERMAN .PUPPIES 6 owned and operated. STURDY DECKS BUILT to your cushioned swivel seats. Fish camp on good fishing lake with living' quarters
Wage negotiable1.One llfc.L home-wr spacious 4ot-Jn weeks' old' 6'.black and Highway 301-N, Stark/. ,specifications.' all Runs greala.$1400. ,Phone ; a $7600 for small from home on city 'lot (needs TIC).

|le-"'gM ..(3' wrfcfcS; /27
irvonn*. '64-8041. I Itchg one red' and,ru.' female. tfn. '$5.50'sq.. ,-"ifcCyeW; : .' 2tchg .200' en 301 I At A. FI...., commercial property.
Ceuntryt On 1 acre lot. J Call 964-5606. Ask for MOBILE HOME .Land Call 16 FT. SPORTCRAFT boat: 65
carpentry experience. :
$.'.SOO IS acres or 30 lot forest?Height on Rd. ItW.
BR I BA portion completed Paula.' Itchg 8/27. available. 12 60. Call tfn. hp Evlnrude' motor.Reasonable .
wanted x Red 782-3330 Lawtey.
(Help .
Two 9 A parcels.' 4 milet front Starlit.
home with And Disc Parts appro
A-frame FREE KITTENS'to good : Can
DELIVERED Call offer.
9645499. Itchg 8/27. I KAY : try
.tot 42 Lake. pal' '0"It.S16.700'
Carrier for paper $1',100. Sampson light
stocked pond. homes. Three In all. 6
12 3 1/5290903 1/284-5111. Kingsley Lake. Phone
MOBILE HOME x 72. or on 64-5611
$25,000 for 4.85 n/ce acres on 301 N Highly detlrobleHouse
route In Starke area. 'Jan.t M. Starling old. with blue
weeks Grey Clay County. 8/27 4tchg 5332366. 8/6 TFn
BR, 1 \01 both. 1970. Must. beautiful 2244 ft. CH4A c/oie to shoppingO40 .
Jail Times- Call 964 85O6. sq
Florida Realtor. Itchg
.m-3t)1 eyes. 9/17
sell priced to sell. Call ocr..Hmb.r.roods.4ampton'Own.. Fin I2'mS
Union from 9-5 p.m. Michael I. Cooney TABLE 8/27.SAW 12-Inch blade. 1 Mrs. Edwards. 964-8810 or r -S >8.500 Worthington Springs sfor* and 2 'for*.

4'5165. Assoc.. 964-M27 I h.p. Craftsman, $200.00.' 96<3843 for appointment. BROS. SLot #7 near Country Club $'.100.

-. -- Call 964-7972. tpd 8/27. Itchg 8/27, I .aaCARDIN OWNER 'd. ....s acres really ..elud.d.nlc. tree S9,000.
CRAPES BUDDY ALTO-SAXl Excellent .40 acres lawfey area $42.000.Owner flnanc
condition. $200. MotorcycU 3 cHew. modern. CB start 301 I lawfey 52000. Own. fIn.
Large Sweet CAM 468.2889. 8/21 2tchg e Beautiful' Sessonr Rd. 'lor 133x250..
; Muscadines and ScuppernongsUPIck 1981 'YAMAHA 450 1400 I HWY 301 SOUTH. STARKE .J acres appro 9 mil** well of Stark*.Sr. Rd. 100lawtey .

For Sale miles. Excellent condition. I LAND CLEARING SEPTIC TANKS 301.CB store-SI .500.own.tin.

.! .'Easy Picking I. $2000. 473.3321.20 I .. Dozer Work Large X Small Septic Tanks Installed .Lot on E. Call SI. Call rord.ro/li.'
Furniture Livingroom. 2tchg 8/27.
f Open Everyday' bedroom and dining table. 1971 HARLEY DAVIDSON I > Fill Dirt Limerock e Ponds Dug Drain Fields Relaid .7 '.ocr. lots Brownlee' Rd. $4.000 A. 20.. down 12*.
.Lilly VineyardFlorahome -- Low mileage. Excellent I Roads Built Culverts Set ft Covered e Fill Dirt .606 W. Adkint' -Houie 4 so' x '00' lot SI I.000.Eaitwood .

Fl.', Highway 10Q ..", Best offer. condition. Lo-rlder. Call a' Drainage Stumping. Clearing Grading e Septic Tank Supplies Dr. 3 BR 2 S. panel carpel. 32900.
It 964-7357 964-5677. 1!tchg 8/27. "Earth Moving Specialists" "Invest In The Best..It Saves More' .Call St. commercial' lot' ICO/ x 190' Owner fin. $9.900.
12 miles east of Keystone Heights'
'.'Whon You Compare) Prlc, Don't Forgot To ", The Roputotlon" .5.5 acres Pr.'y'.Chuch A ho.plto'-mole. offer.
.159.2121 .20 acre Rd. 100 W $27.990. Owner financed
I""" .43 Ac. lawley area formerly "80'. Skin' lodge $40.000.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS .4 78 Acre Rd. 230A A Wilson ltd. $11,700/

__ Solid 02kSwings = S Experienced Sewing Machine Bids WantedReplace' Country Club' 'lot 180' x 3.3'-nice: location--S / .000Buiy .
1 x2 ,. fin $19.800.
I Call Water S 'lot 235' x 86 Owner
l Rocker operators. Must be able: to work 41/j .7000 iq. ft. CB "''dg. ait Rd. t6E Owner tin.

E _* .95 *2I.9Salocated days 40 hour week. Realtor" At soc/otes/ -Arter /Hours

.:). ;;_ AtA8K.f..ds. Apply in person, on your vacation, we damaged roof on Wayne E. Douglas/ Breker'SaIeman 964.6593
Sounds like multipilcabuilding at the of Starke Fred Sackett Broker-Salesman 448.1644
964-5711 1I will be open for interviews 7 a.m. to 4 lion Guess again. Ifs' rear' Byron Terwillegor-964 Gerr! Lennon.496.3 I 40

I p.m. Monday thru' Friday. Truck Plaza Send bids to: Marlene Roberts .850$ Martha Dorko-782 1397

I Portable Buildings. ,, Starke Uniform Manufacturing one newspaper column talk by 2-inch for a M.A. McDougallad. _AnneTerwIIUgar N.ho".75.1677. _

''ziO IF "STARK. 441 E. Brownlee St.,. Starke, Fla. Too small to be effective 6305 Romilly Drive. J ----- -.

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I ,;JR.|. 381 S '.. 984482. ',- this one! Jacksonville, Florida 32210zxxzxxxxzxxxxIxIxxxxzx RECOVERY &. -- ---'..:
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U l 6X10 thru 12X5OPRCFESSIC1ALTREE Looking To Earn "-S :jii: : ROOM ;- --",

The Recovery Room ol
Extra Money Part-time Semi-Truck Drivers I
Lake City Local Out
: SERVICE Unexcelled ground floor opportunity for Sales Archie Tanner Funeral Or Heavy Equipment
.... 1 Jimmy Moore'sphone Op.iaiot Vault
All Types -.-;InsuredPREB Leaders,with the ability to promote Enhance a '" 9 Home. IOU F UI
964 S7SStarke Fl
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BSTIMnTKS legitimate multi-level sales corp. Backed by experienced Starke phone 111003.1.

F.: Call n..... D. (lathes. leadership such' as Buddy! Baker and I, Florida Sports '9645791 I

4SMTM Lake BetUrMOBILIHOMI many others like him. A Superior Product Line MOBILE HOME
that pays five levels. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
I New_ Merc. 9.8 Reg. 1295 > .. .SP! ialh1035.i !

Maintenance Opening Call 4681049Or New Merc. 18 Reg.. 14.95....... n.. .Special40EL 1295
j ; Thru 6"

ElectricianExperienced C.I. Brlnson, Box 178. Hampton. Fl 32044 New Merc. Reg.. 2395., '.' ..' v. Special' 1895 REASONABLE RATES Fast Rotary

in reading
wiring diagrams and I New Merc. 50EL Reg. 2995 '. . Special; 2295 Olln's Mobil. Drilling Equipment

working with conduits Job .OpportunitiesWITH 1" 1 Horn. Sal.. .STATE. .LICENSED. . .
r New Merc. 70EL Reg. 3295. ..., Special 2595 FREE QUOTES
and motor controtPreie : Phone 5606 Pumps

some.air conditioning THE GAINESVILLE SUN t t New Merc.' 80EL Reg. 3495. ".: Special' .,*2895 Elaine M. Olin< .Agent . . . .

llrtch New & Used
experience.: New Merc. 90EL PT. 4395. -'36953895
WE'RE Reg. H .Special .-
EXPANDING SalesPartsService
'r Automotive Mechanic ..t '

Experienced chasls MOTOR ROUTE ..... New Merc., 115EL PT"Reg., 4895. ., .., Special.'- :* ><4 VACUUMSALE E.Z. TermsPlumbing. .
F. INSURANCE repairs and over haul of r

;: POLICIES AT "engines. brakes and ....... . .

r REASONAILIItA'tES' transmission. Joy requires '. NEW & USEDWe New Installation

.!.. .......- S people who are ors n..d.d In 1 *. Used"l'': erc.85hp'f."; .,:.. t:.... .. .,,!1595 H 4 finance, our own ,Remodeling: 1! : .' !P9! !r.s.Durrance. .

WA'NINO able to work independently Bradford County Used Merc. 65| :':V.' ,: ? 895 M KIR8YS
f&rricon, season It upon hp.: . ', ., . .- .
steady work ROYAIS . : . .
the Used
ut 'H.yaw or* on* o erc.65fo"YerTilt.1 95
Du. to ,xpantfon., ws n..d Motor Routs EUREKAS
'$w whodon't/ fIay.'nwith' a minimum, of 40 PUMP
If and wnen aAyrrlcan Carrier* in this or.a. Must b. bondable and j. .. HOOVERS
surance hours :.Excellent "J" -
*approaches yawwon't ben 'IIt...''Apply Mon' hay. dpndabl transportation. Good opportunity :; --S rtrlce: SptcialiiU t MMerc ELECTROLUXFILTER a
fce ab/e to purvnoa* QUEENS
to upplomont your In om. In ox- Outboard -' Mercruisor SlernDri'ib'rKlm.. Uepair Q SUPPLY
ACoolfe Nome Insurance -tfo Thurs..from 1-3 p.m.. or SEARS
take ooVantog ol the .appointment 1-904- chang. 'o..' a f.w hours work each morn- COMMERCIALWe COMPANY

foot efrcumifance.yaiir Inturanco and now.pw 753-7911 by. ext 24l or 242.. Ing..For-moro Information,' cOntact:- = .- -=; ? K H repair all mokes . .

g Olin's Mobil 'A 1110 COBPORATOH a><> : i, H AL YOUNG'SSince 864 N.

iS Ho.... Soli Lake at/ Airport GAINESVILLE SUN ; 1S7 Temple Avenue

; met QUOTES .Lake City ,Florida CIRCULATION DEPT. I ni .. \
;r. OUTBOARDS I 964-6918 Starke 1
f'Note 9445606S 7 . Florida .
IfeMe M. Olds' A.e: Equal Onwrtufltty'EmployerMndlcspiN 964-8170 : 3 Miles north of
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plicant must be at least 18 years of .required to furnish his or her personal application; call 'foil free 'I.' .
Outdoor. !age; ((2) graduate of an accredited transportation and uniforms.' : 1/800/342-8105 or write Florida Game I :::
.' high school or have a G.E.D.; (3) Activities a reservist may bed!:Li- and Fresh Water Fish Commission,' : .. .. ,,, '
Corner'Want r''.... have their fingerprints on file; (4) volved with include working'with a Route 7,Box 102,'\Lake. 'City'Ft,32055.''''';'' ,.",,; .::.>:. : I ::: : "
> have an honorable discharge if appli- fisheries biologist,a wildlife biologist -'
cant has served In the military; (5) bea law enforcement personnel or.infor ,
citizen of the United States who mational services. There is position :
Your '" resides in Florida; and(8) never have for everyone in the Wildlife Reserve '..
Pond Stocked? been convicted of a felony or a misde- Program. .';, P'ff5r ''',..''
"moral At there 33 I IA '0"
meanor involving turpitude. present, are reservists S
Private pond stocking Is available Once an applicant has met these in the ,northeast region however, :::...
from the Florida Game and Fresh minimum qualifications, he or she several vacancies exist and must be ::.:
Water Fish Commission,according to may apply for a position In the filled. Anyone qualifying who wishesto ':-:
Fisheries Biologist Gary Byerley. the Wildlife Reserve Program. donate their spare time should get shoabag hung on the back ',.-
fish are available at no cost to the Working as a volunteer in any involved.For of a closet door I can also .'.....".
pond owner if all stocking requirements organization usually requires certain more information concerningthe .hold stockings, scarves, '.
are met financial obligations, and the Wildlife Wildlife Reserve Program or ann gloves or rolled-up belts. :. :
\. "The Commission .will stock: Reserve is no exception.A reservist is ;.: I'
bluegill,shellcracker and largemoutn ,.. _' '..'-"
and .
bass, Byerley said. "Bluegill :
shellcracker are stocked at a rate of ,"
surface acre bass at 100 per MoreSnake. .: .
sure acre"stated Byerley.The ',:
following requirements must
be met before the Commission will .
stock any private pond: ":'"
((1)) The pond must be at least one
surface acre and less than twenty. '',,''
acres, ponds with existing fish
population must be renovated with Shotsstory
rotenone by the pond owner prior to "

stocking.((2)) If more than one individualowns : ,fNr pg. IB I .
or has legal interest in the pond, > ..
a letter of consent signed by all such ..,.._.. _'''If .. -,___",,:, '''u--
individuals must be attached to the w' t.:;
application, an accurate map of how
to get to the pond must accompanythe FR ;.,;:.
rlr it '
stocking application. :::
((3)All applications must be received ;.:
by September 1 of each year. ,. : ''-..-.
"Because all fish are stocked as ;
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fingerlings, renovation is necessaryto n
prevent predation by the existingfish .
"The r f .
population, Byerley says. .-. -
would be eaten and stock r "
ing fingerlings would serve no purpose." f" :_. 3.t.; .,_. 4. ':.:?-

Those who have lakes over 20 surface : .:\ ,, ;;.:;
acres must purchase their fish .,..,.-
from retail fish dealers. Anyone witha -' -
pond under one acre can obtain' r ,00:-'
assistance from the local soil conservation tF With Chipper Dinner you get: : .

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Persons having specific pond Sr hot crisp french fries hush. puppies ::'c!
management questions can contact 'c':

Fisheries the Commission's at the Lake City Division regional office of- +", {y, 6 x SUNDAY, MONDAY & TUESDAY ONLY ::

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The Wildlife Reserve Program, I L ::
continues to be an integral part of the I I seafood &: ::
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission. .. ". hamburgers i
Since the northeast region's .::
Reserve was established in June, QuiteA .::.
1980, there have been almost 200 applications :.:::.:
F FangA '
processed. However, as a
result of careful screening, not S : star Is used to pull out one of the ..like' you like it! I t
everyone can qualify for the pro- I large fangs for showing.
gram. The minimum requirements -" N -.:
for becoming a reservist are: (1) ap--


Safe Could Driving Save 35 .t- : H : The &4-B29O

Lives Labor DayThe T ,
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Florida Highway Patrol has .... ... .... ....... .. .......,_ .--.
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predicted that 33 persons could die in
traffic accidents in the state duringthe Keeping the Snake in Custody... Meat
78-hour Labor Day holiday
weekend. Sparks,left,and Orange Park snake-handler Maynard Cox kept the diamond- .
The official period begins at 6 p.m. back In close custody while others watched and asked"why doesn't he strike?"
Friday,Sept. 4,and ends at midnight They explained that the rattler has to be coiled to strike and inject venom Open 9:00-8:00: : Mon.-Sat.
Monday, Sept. 7. and then can only uncoil that part of his length not supporting himself to reach Sta're
105 Edwards Road Closed
Colonel Eldrige Beach, director of his prey. Sunday
the Patrol said,"The last real holiday Across front" Bradford Square
of the summer will find a tremendous
number of families on streets and If you're tired of buying packaged meatYOU'LL
weekend .....
highways traveling to vaca- I STARKE
tion spots, beaches and parks. Past
experience indicates that some of LOVE USl! .
I these people will not return from their
outing accident.of"fun.They will die in a traffic FIRESTONE (__ We cut fresh. what you want when you want it

A study of fatal accidents occurring U.S. 301 N. Starke Fla.
during the holiday period last year
again revealed that careless drivingwas Ad prices good Aug. 17 thru 29
i Premium i
the greatest single cause of the 38 1 / 1
fatal accidents Investigated In which
45 people were killed. Drinking was a / 1 .
second in contributing causes. .
The records also show that 27 of the .. ..
crashes occurred after dark and 23 I 1I . ,
occurred on two lane roads. Ninety- 1I FRYERS': 11'I ---- 53ft,

two percent happened in clear MVit*", ; ;
weather. Thirteen pedestrians and !.: Gut Up or whole L"
three bicyclists died with five of those
being hit and run.
"Enjoy the last holiday weekend of
the summer but don't let your guard
down. Make plans to save your life. If
you plan to drive, do so with caution
and courtesy" concluded Colonel 4 ,


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