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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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and a 30 of thundershowers is .r't'iifS"C'lonl: ', I.I '
forecast fqr.today (Thursday Sept 3), wittt tstsipsraturAregchInga* SECTION Af <,oNewl. "fL! :r:v' ,\ I

high of 91. .., ,.:-tt. "!'\ agesIA,2A1.3AEditorial i, >1
If it rains it should be in the afternoon, of less than an hour's duration,' .. . .. .1!. .. Palle 4A I it.. .j. "
and from .2$ to .5 inches ",SoclelVpa.,+4 Pages'''SA.fA&IOA : rlllJ'l';" \:

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afternoon'and evening thunder showers. Sport*: ,AM>..,... ..:'WS.. >,,-14A ( .
Bradford .County's., three fire towers averaged 7.08 inches of rain In !Reel EII..ta" Legall'n Page l3A .. : I' The Swedes i Strawberries:This Side of Heqven
August, according to the Florida Department of Forestry headquarterson SECTION.,t ,\.> 'II''V ,I. I '..
SR-100 west of Starke. The Louis Hill tower at Highland measured..29 Obituarle: ;. Inches of rain in August, the New River,at headquarters,..30 inches,and, Brltl.',,.'. .1.1... ,.I.i| pa.e '43! ; 5th Issue Thursday September 3. 111111 DSPS OB2-70H !
the Santa Fe {tower at Hampton Lake 8.60 inches. CUttlfitds .... .,Page Ba.7B : ,,' f I

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A new budget with over$5 million in the proposal, and only one Change
anticipated revenue was adopted 5-0 was mudv Tuosd.i) m 'ht.
Tuesday night. Sept 1. by the Starke The council voted :5.(") to require lo
r aG city commission. years of continuous service fur an
Expenditures total some $4.6 employ lo gel three weeks annii.il
1 million an increase of some $:toOKM, leave HDWVMT. any' I'Hiplnyw
leaving the city. some -400,000 in already getting three weeks ol v.u-a
Po : reserve for emergencies. Increased lion is gr.indf.ithered. III, intMtimn:
y costs of fuel and 5-7 percent raises for they will continue In get I three week
w employees are major factors in the vacation no matter il they' h I\t'1I1t'( III

., y +i n I ra $700,000 increase over last )'ear's1,3 )'e.lrllcunllfluolls service

r. Nk million budget, commissioners say. Mayor Charles Schaler protei-ietl

How does the city commission expect the 15 or !so current. city) employees)
r to raise the additional revenue? who currently get three weeks vae.i
The 25 percent increase in utility lion, saying it would be unfair. to nil
rates passed in May, says Major Ihem h.lck.I that. Commissioner;
Schaefer. Crosby agreed to amend. his motion
The city's new properly tax levy is by saying I that employees rcceiunt
3.621 mills just barely above the 3.617 three weeks vacation as of Sept. I I.1'JHl I.
mills levied in fiscal 8081. It will take will continue In do so.

3.621 to bring in the same $148.000 as Councilmen couldn't 11cure, mil
last meaning the city has not increased -
year what '
policy I Ihecily currently l uses or
property taxes. who were authorised to draw three
Some $248.000 was trimmed out of wl'cks'al'ul 1111I. Of the I 15;>> or MI
-J I. r 1 budget requests for the 81.82 fiscal employees getting three w l''ks.1:1
year, according to Finance Committee lion, only about five have. Unnecessary
Chairman Jimmy Crosby
10 of
)ears continuous service -

ka- '._ "We did some cutting" says Linda Wise indicated
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Crosby who with deputy clerk Linda
Firemen Battle Blaze... t Wise and CPA Pat Farnsworth, was

City volunteer firemen Nelson Green, Merren Lizenbee and Lester WillFiremen had to cut a hole In the tagetln and finally put the fire out. :The budget responsible to the for presenting city council a balanced Tuesday 11 Bed AdditionSet
ingham fought a raging fire Tuesday afternoon on Redgrave Street. state fire marshal was contacted: to determine the cause of the fire.
Owned by a family named Patrick from Jacksonville, the house was a total Trash burning under the Bradford High football stadium brought firemen out night.Two cut from
was proposedsalary
}loss. It had been abandoned for some time. The utilities were turned off. Sunday night Aug 30. Newspaper trash was burning but there was not damage.: I percent; From for Starke
A burning kitchen stove at the home of Cedric Hammond Lot 17 of JuLu increases. 1.10percentwas
Smoke was boiling out of the ceiling on all sides of the house when firemen ai- Trailer on South Walnut Street in Starke, brought firemen out Monday Aug. 31. cut from requests in the General
f rived. Mrs. Lucy White said he could see smoke rising into the sky from. US-301 The fire was put out at 10:39: a..n.' Monday but there was no estimate of Fund which includes the city clcrk'soffice
and the fire police and sanita Home
as she came into town,from Gainesville damage r departments. Nursing

., 't." If In all. $248,000 was trimmed from
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: .. ..... .. ....... proposed* budget requests. Only An 11 bed addition to the,stance
$40.000 was, added to projected 'Nursing Home plus new dining room

C9. MmiOIi seho Jr Bt dget,(Ap d '-re Crosby renuwdtH said. WMstotrtc t rp. .mcnf.t Administrator lcUiti_*rpia Pat Scanlin.m.dt' aaeordina[ r" to---.' --.,.'-...". '

.... -. board The beds approved in
-' -J! A five percent across the 11 new July
: No bne'appeared to comment on the legislature supposed to have \included special master can be hereby Sept., I tends: therfe is- o lay some $245.000 uncommitted salary increase is included in the new by the state Department of Health
.$9.9 million budget for fiscal 81-82 at In.;state funding ,to school 15. 1 funds in the new budget budget plus the council handed out up and Rehabilitative Services will give
the public hearing Monday night, district for teacher raises. A federal mediator! would sit with which can be given to teachers lie to an additional two percent on a the local 49-bed nursing home a total
Aug. 31, and it was adopted each bargaining unit separately and contends the school board is followingits merit basis. Each employee was capacity of 60 beds.
unanimously by the Bradford school Supt. Tom Casey and .the- school in private in a preliminary step to see well known policy of giving rated by his department head and the "Starke needs it. Oh wow, do we
board. board 'moved Monday to call in a if he can start bargaining talks up employees all it can afford. pay increase above five percent based need it," says Administrator Scanlin.
The new budget includes $1,100 per from the Public again. The special master will sit with The total school budget is made up on the (outcome of the interview! A waiting list of 42 applicants for
teacher and 29 cents pep hour raises Employees Relations ''Committee both sides in a public meeting, then of the operating budget of $7.684.o i. in beds exists now, Scanlin points out. I'
Estimates ot to
for other school personnel non- (PERC to speed up the bargainingissue submit a written decision. of which by far the biggest portion is fiscal Ht-82 revenue conservative.Crosby come and that doesn't count the phone calls
instructional and administrators. so teachers can get the raise If either side rejects the decision of salaries of the 400-some school per. during are is asking if a bed is available.
Teachers would realize only some that is included in the budget., the special master, the issue must be sonnel. (Salaries total $5.il4.42ti: & says. The new budget tight all Construction for the additional 11
$455 in actual new money to use resolved by the school board, sittingas employee! benefits another l.o7i.l)7: :) ,. but is also>> fair and equitable to beds will also include the enlarge-
added.
because a $220 instep raise for' experience -' The PCA has asked for a federal a jury in the bargaining process The food service budget is H4i.liOl: departments! he ment of the nursing station lounge
and increased Social Security mediator who cannot get a date here Supt. Casey pointed out, when questioned special revenue funds other, totals last l week, with the budget Mill area, and all the dietary area in an-
and retirement benefits absorbedthe until October with BEA President by Joe Williams that teachers, $&M,3 :K debt service\ funds, to pay off $25.0(10:! out of balance Crosby promised ticipation of a 60-bed enlargement in
rest. Julie Miller who is in Germany on a with a $2,383 Increase last year plus bond issues used to finance school a balanced budget by Tuesday the future Scanlin says.
The teacher union, the Bradford trip with a group of students. Caseysaid $1,100 this year, will have averagedwell buildings; $701,764. and capital outlay night and he delivered.: The new The Starke Nursing Home is owned t
Education Association and the school PERC has informed him a over $1,500 per year. Casey: con project: fund total& W44.554.: budget is tentative, but is also the by J.D. Griffis of Raiford. Scanlin ,
board are currently deadlocked ever final one. Crosby says he sees no who lives in Orange Park was entic-
the: salary issue. Teacher bargainers reason fur it to change.fast ed out of retirement to work in Starke

th lthe county is getting money Taxpayers Urged to Unite Against Rising Tax 'Bite budgetcers told Crosby hecouldn't he says. :
from }he state which is not peuue' offered with balanceddocument The state recently approved a ,
come a {
teachers in the new budget. up 120-bed nursing home for Live Oak !'
by Sept.! I I. "but we made
the The annually increasing property ) which has such Scanlin tsay's.
want the facility
Teachers ".50Q no
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That has to be
same gotten
Tired of increased tax message and it. the' freshman councilman pointed
tax assessments! annually in .
assessments? Tired of paying more across to state and local officials he creasing levies, coupled with the out Tuesday' night. 'rosby admitted
.taxes; each year? stresses. $2O.OUO homestead howcxcr. lie couldn't hat done the
new exemption
If so. Join with other concerned taxpayers California Is in better shape"than has taken people off the lax budget \\ilhetullhl' hc'lpof CPA Farnsworth -
Board
know after Proposition 13 and not a many and crash City Zoning
and let county officials ever rolls. Williams points out The situation that he got a coursein
what YOU think Sept. 9, urges Merritt single library or fire station closed leaves the heavy on hard working city government during the budget-
.. : Williams tbe State Farm insurance. down as was predicted, Williams worked making process.
::: people who have to accumulate To Meet
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7 agent in Starke.Let's points out.There WednesdayThe
>\ money for a nice home Along with the new hudgc'llIw
.', liberal commission
tell our elected officials what are many politicians "
I "Stand up and be counted. adopted also 50. a next
per-
we think he say's.Over who anticipate picking up what the Starke Zoning and Planning
Williams "All of us knowthere's sonell '
urges policy plan. Knrplotes met
100 concerned have federal government cuts Williams Board will
taxpayers meet Wednesday, Sept. 9.
of homo.
a lot waste here at 'List Friday afternoon and went over
J been on the telephone to Merritt says. at 5:30: p.m. in a special called sessionto
Williams since new tax assessment consider two projects.One .

'.,). notices reached their destinations' last request is for a 46-unit apart
:-"';' :" week. pkr11ts ment complex on SR-100 south a
.,; ={. Williams, who headed the former Ye development proposed by D.M. Hale
.;;::,': county taxpayers league three years and called Orangewood. It would go
f 'E:: when assessments jumped over. 50,, a up between Alligator Creek and

.-. '. --- fUPAYLU. t_ percent has been deluged with phone Pmehurst Grocery on the west side of ,,
f. F. FOOTBALL'JAMBOREE calls wanting him to crank up the SR-100. "-

S Palatka Stadlu -, P.M. organization again. The local insurance Letters have been mailed to surrounding

t .f .z.-? : ._ ._ executive' says he got no residents said AI Crosby,
It 'n',: TUESD'AY.SEPTE lilUJr more work done the day the assessment zoning director.
\ ALLSPORTSCLUB notices hit the streets. A second request is for a convenience -
or >:f\s M..tlnt-7:30PM. Williams is willing&& he say.. to head store on the northeast corner.

:..: J Field House the organization again. -, of US-301 and SR-16. where a two-
!I: 'n ? "It made me realize that a'lot of' house stands. A
: ;':: 1 . 't e story now Wendell
fe : BUARC Meeting people are upset." Williams says. Prevail from Orange Park inquired
7:30p.m.. His first step is lo ask concerned at city hall about a building permit for
f'f': Sunshine Acres taxpayers to attend the.Wednesda)', "J'8A the convenience. A city hall source
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9.7:30 hearing on the county I said the
* * Sept. p.m. ( convenience might be a Handy
LAWTEY PTO Meeting budget. Williams says he expects Way slore.Repaving.

t '., 7:30-School Cafeteria 200 people to attend the hearing. and'
'; .. HEILBRON SPGS.VOL. wouldn. t be surprised at 500.:.
i ';' FIREMAN-Worknight What Williams is shooting for is a SR-100
I .. 6 p.m. at McCarthy' statewide tax relief effort- 9 Pro-
", . . position 13 for Florida as he terms it.
-. '';.- 'J' STARKE ELECTION The Federal government has gotten Bid is Let
i the message that the American people -
GET OUT AND VOTE
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", .. '. * * want some.relief; says Williams; .. '- V.E. Whitehurst and Sons Inc. of
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I HAMPTON ELECTION ..
.. '* Cancer Crusade1.y Wilhston is apparent low bidder at
i $1,322.801 to repave SR-100 between
t. BROOKER COUNCIL 1. ..-'it"' _
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I't t Meeting-7:30 p.m. i The 11.485: miles of
construction
11\\ Raises x7,600 f r" tyt
'1Io."k, %. ..,. ..1:. -, ...... stretches from the Clay County line to
WEDNESDAY f! MRa,8RAOFORD000NTY t.'
,S US-301 in Starke. Included in the
Over 17,000 was collected in the 1981 project
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/I k:. iBudget' Hearing the Cancer most Crusade ever raised which bythe ended Bradford Aug. 31 .Swat the Yellow.Jackets.',Say. BIIS Cheerleaders;.. a are guardrail.small drainage structuresand I,
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k. ): JP; Courthouse-7:30p.m.
r; ,. !-V' *'*' * County Cancer Society' according.to\ Wth| .foot ball ;action 'set to kick off 'rldayi'nlllhl in I hard-working' are c'-rl| mascot Doll Waters Kathy about Work six on months the project according should to take the- I 1'
f- \': CITY OP STARKE '"ID" Drive Chairman Lillian Stump Palalka' wHh the annual preseason jamboree.; Fall Gilllngham. Trrrir '.Matthew*.'Vickie ,Gaiter: and Janet Department of
', PZ Board MeetingSI3e "Many thanks to the great citizensof whether. U feels like It or not. Jordan.' Resident Transportation. ,

,\\ '..' '' '> '"' Bradford" Miss County who have been so BUS cheerleaders make banners lo lake to Palaika.'. The For a prlrM on jamboree action see the' Telegraph' will be Art Schulz engineer of Heilbron on theproject Springs.
generous
:,k c tl Stump says. sports pages.
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PageZA TELEGRAPII September ""i,,


I City Voters to Choose Edwards'] Replacement, Elect] 11'' ,forjCpiramssioa: !e.. I Seat: L: ) I IStarke


Jean; Milli qualifWd'al' "the*t last Pry r til..flvd years ago which he-soidUo'\i :,:;M; &tehei!. ld.1 i tfhen askrtI! w J c.6&Irr.lng '.
voters will elect a new city l \ !l minute just before the noon June 21 t business associate Pat Fprvnvoth.| ''/, for irw > :
clerk and choose between a u deadline.'f> ( Tucker has been, senior accountant: : :;Uelvhet; was h+ ld'i perlntenl-
newcomer and a veteran city commissioner 'ItA' ,rP Milligan has been in accounting for t handling (the City of. Starke audits ;,dent y'barerforf*Daniels Cornstruclion :
when they go to the polls 31 years in private practice.,for 30 ..ipc. :,.;.'- rrrG Company Ol Cr onville.
.and has been<< a welderon
Tuesday. Sept. 8. I ''South Carolina
City ball prognosticators forecast a for years.an' Ohio He was based corporate firm. comptroller ..,'i'I'L''';'' ,-o.. nut:).earpqw'er: plants. j" ,
50 percent turnout of the city's 2,453 For the I has '11' 3I i 'W'ti ( Silcox.it; Wo J insurance agent( forIndependeht
with the two the past I r Life has served HI
voters only races on operated II & R Bock in Stare. Newcomer aCt y.,\Hejcher a : yearn-
ballot. "l am running because I feel the mas|.iy Welder';;: pwns .Ia< welding on 'Jhe'clty<<: commission.. (' xvasmayorVpmJiussioner :
For the first time In 22 a new in TO-M. ;:::
years ,position needs 'Someone with the ; .h.. from hislruck" (
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buslnewhich operates
city clerk will be elected. Vying for ,tdesirefand, ability to bring Silcox is the current dean of I the cit.rcommission. .:-
the post vacated by the seriously ill of,cooperation and an sound atriiogphcre Ii.-:; vrl Belcher> worked on the Alaskan He and veteran' :MIyot ai;=
veteran clerk Merrill Edwards are business! principals to it, and I believe .... ; J Pipeline for 19 weeks, serving two Commissioner Sehaefer'ari':" Serving-,
and '' :
Jean Milligan an accountant with'Ihre freshmenrt; :
I can," JVlilliRan has stated. I. ? -. 13"r, i,, kri14L'k tours of 9 weeks on and two weeks off. on the council
and Neil Tucker, t
H&R Block tax man r Commissioners Travis! Wouds RohbF.-
: he
needed It
"And too
a veteran accountant and former city \ \ l." ".'d you just like to put my little says bit in.*. Milner. Jr.. 'and Jimmy Oitshy. iL:::'

councilman. .. ;( '-: .,
Veteran Councilman Vernon Silcoxin ii" -:::
Group 4 has opposition from welder :i ir'f
Danny Belcher,trying city politics for .
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the first time. ,. .H"I'I ;:Ia\" \f11i1'! "'' ), Environment Protection Systems
Group 2 Commissioner Charles ., ,
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Schaefer got a fifth two-year term by f I I < "! ., .... \:" 'Offers Refuse ContainersStarting
having no opposition. 1\1I\ : '" .
Belcher "
Danny "
Jean MilliganCity :
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Group Candidate
Clerk Candidate "
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1a r eu Milligan recently built a home just I
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen got a 7th outside the city limits on SR-16, but \ !
two-year term without opposition. says he is residing now .on Butler .
Road in the city.
City Clerk Tucker served on the Starke city' ,
Candidate Neil Tucker has been council for eight years 1966-74, and
riding his bicycle around Starke as he did not seek another term in 1974. He
seeks votes the same bike he rode was mayor-commissioner in 7374. He ,, ENT
when he ran for the city council years also served as chairman of the old .
'r 1 council before Starke adopted the NEAT Ep5 '
\ ago.Tucker has been interested in the M mayor-commissioner form of govern-
city clerk's post for some years and ment in 1972.Tucker LIKE(
ran this year when Edwards becametoo Vernon Silcox came to Starke in 1959 from THIS
ill to work. Tulsa Oklahoma. He owned an
I Group Candidate operated an accounting firm here un-

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S i W ED EATER1SNEWJ5TM Specialists PURCELL'S in moderate priced lIT

womans apparel sizes 5 to 50 and LIKE
Neil Tucker ladies shoes sizes 5M to 12EEE '
will soon be opening in Starke. THIS
City Clerk Candidate
YOU CAN OWN THIS SHOP!
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Very small investment. Call Mr.
Menus Alan 17373558.
For Middle School. Vo-Tech Center ..
Starke. Southside. 1.awley. Hampton
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und Brooker Elementary Sept.X11Mimitut. Schools: Trims grass with line, Till h ADVOID This Is What All The Progressive ,

Hi-l*. 7: NCIIIMM. IIIf.lIt1' I.AHOH COUNTY TELEGRAPH ..
"'I.Tursdw.'. cuts weeds with blade. Pvbll.h.d.e.ry Thursday Merchants Are Using
.Kr....H: Sloppy!joe on bun.bultored furn, a 5,130 W.Call St,...
peuchcH.. "" cookie und milk. ... Stark.Florida' 1201 Fire Proof Rodant Proof .:
Chicken / &
Ur curmlM.cabhage.law, fruit Julio bmcuilg, and Now ahomeowners gas trimmer engineered to pro-quality Prevents Blowing Of Trash ..
mIlk.n..roota.. standards A 26 2 cc Amellcan-bUIll engine and blade with power Second Clasi pottage peld.0stark. .
.Srpt. II: Pita, naiad, peach crisp hut Good For Mobile Home Parks. Motels. Apartment Complex.Service .
} to cut tough weeds. PLUS a quick change'line head at no extra .. 'IorlelaS..lucrlpto"
t'rid mils.,.Nrpc.and milk II: Tuna salad on lettuce nulline. cost for line grass trimming and edging Station. Businesses, etc.!
green ht'ons. uppleiuiuce. cinnamon roll and ,/' COMPARE OUR PRICE ENGINE SIZE FEATURES with any other / latait;, .
milk. N. blade trimmer 'In trad araai$t.OO p.r yoar ;
Bradford High School ::J $$5.00 l._"th.Out.leI. Environmental Protection Systems

Sept.II- tI Straonp FULL 90-DAY LIMITED WARRANTY ear In Starke Since 1976
trada arat$10.00 pr,
RegularMiilldut.
S4tl M.IIOOI. IIOI.IIMV. I.AIIOH Shown WEED EATER MODEL XR-751M $3.10 il.month ((904)) 964-7133 Gordon A. Bennett
II'.1. ((904)) 372-RENT Representative :
Tui*.du%. Nrul. H: Recf-.-ront. cheese else Killed.
apple crisp hoi roll and milk. Reg. $199,95 f
nedne.da>. Nrpi. I: ('ounly fried steak rice &. '" .
onion gravy, green ht'U"". peachcn, hot rolls 4 Special $30 Savings Thru Sept. 12 -
and
milk.
Ttiiir ilu>. II..... Ill: Chicken It "'.''Mil... mustard \
greens strawhcrr shortcake cornbread anf .... .
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trlit; milk. Tuna wilud windwich., Krvmt JUST$169 Tax Ie ) '),,", r"'" II ,
)*> HCIM. Hi .., W 'au \
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irks applemiufe.. cniKMilute cake and milk V R" .Y : / P '. '
1lMiw. Mp4. I: M.tfa'f....m.'ilrli 111(1* .IIMV 1.\llUlt TAP N G0" .I 'I r.'tiJ. ;,: ;.....'.,.....'" I'a !....I.-1 Vl/nq'W1 sari Xn11I "'II I.
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assembled. serviced
IHV ready'to-work
'rurslas. .""riM.M': lljinhurKwii.pi/yi.t'n'neh trayand line head 8'Weed bladeSTARKE I '
milkMbjikeMUriliii" R Are tired of
PALATKAFlorida you increased tax
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.rin.\. SrM| IU: hamburgers pieta, french Florida Pest Control Pest Control

Tries. and Hrpi.nnlkshakeMKrlilJt. .:t'rs."It french: Tuna frii salad...and nnlkHhakes iianduich.rhivsi'lmr 539 E. Call St. 2405 Crill Avenue assessments every year? :

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30-MONTH MONEY MARKET CERTIFICA;; ; c r rr at Bradford Covnt\ curt d

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On Tentative $3 Mil :iQt I'
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17.935 V Effectiveannual I : ;!,)Budget\ i

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Our
I County Commissioners are proposing a 5 !percent :

6-MONTH MONEY -et<1.u tax increase. Their salaries are up. Courthouse officials ; ,

IEf\TlFICATEq3J YTI'1: salaries are up. A 7 percent salary increase is in the < i
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.proposed new budget for our, courthouse full of county I

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per annum employees. .

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510 000 minimum Available Tuesday September 1 i... 1)'_' ,
through Friday September 4 Automatically renewed ):
01 the rate in effect ot maturity What We Think.
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PEA Al" ". Starting With Bradford County r rI'

Savings and Loan Association' ** 1 I' All :of us krtow there is 'a lot of waste right here at home

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27 friendly offices in Florida t Let's';' :I Reorganize-Our! Former+ 'County,'Taxpayers'f? eague:

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September 3.Hampton '9n, TEhpGltt1: 'H {}' ,: jPui yrlt.
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+ 4! te, to Elect 4 Councilmen Tuesdays .' ) I., .

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Hampton will elect 4 councilmen in Ulysses Woods, Amy David Koehler, two-year terms on'ttle t counbll: ; ( y."'.
voting Tuesday,Sept.8. '. Dewayne"MiUel, John Evans .and The person,with the fourth highest
Candidates are Fred Phillips; Jr., Charles Norris Hall. number of votes! will receive a one",
1 f. Jane Haddock, Walden Wadsworth, The lop three vote getters will serve >ear term. >

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tog viewing lens and reading stand costing over 1200 to the Ann Smith, Gladys\,,Green, Ethyl Fuller. Cloe Moseley Reversible
Bradford County Public Library. Eloise Loudon Annette Pusaterl. Bertha Pearce Viola 62" Brass 0
S The UMW ladles are (l-r) Phyllis Carver; June Thorn- Anderson Freda Judd Millie Haynes. Bernadine Early, Antique
tan, Norma Jean Adams.Carolyn Eaves Kay.McKinley Jane Trawlck, and Herbs Olson. or Polished Brass
.-.. ,'. h I ",,;' 'All Other FansReduced Hunter 5-year warranty
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[Architect Morgan Says EMU>ay <,:.. I,.:.: Choose From :-Classic Moss Monticello Kenroy __- Palco lutone Emerson


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:Architect Don Morgan says he will "It didn't create, what 1 would say, Morgan, who has to pay for (tl3"with Br.w)
assume the cost of reinforcing walls a hardship. But It is important for us strengthening the walls, will suggest
of the Bradford Middle School gymnasium to come to a resolution of it," said .a method to Salley's firm, which will o s
which have been declared unsafe Supt.. Tom Casey in opening discus- have to be approved by Dr. Self.
With A 7-YearWarranty
by a structural engineer, Dr. sion.What Morgan promised to see the walls ,
Morris Self, who is a consultant to is the problem, asked school get strengthened as soon as possible, } Roversiblos Starting At
school board architect Craig Salley: board member Patricia Spengler."I saying he wouldn't do anything to
:Morgan, architect for the building feel there is a possibility It might jeopardize the safety of the students $11995'
put in -reinforce it will take. collapse," said Dr. Self. There is a and is most anxious to fix the walls. ) I
5-6 weeks the walls. 50/50 chance the walls at each end of "I will do whatever has to be donein )
Morgan met With Dr.Self and Dave the BMS gym might collapse under a a professional manner," said .
Jackson, representing Salley before wind of 50 mph' the structural Morgan, under whose supervisionmost
tile school board Wednesday night, engineering expert put it. of the county's $8 million In new Fens Av.llibl.for Mobil Horn.fr House l
Aug. 26. The school board met in a The problem, Dr. Self explained, is school buildings have be erected.. Rv.r.lbl.6 Non-R.v.r.lblSpecializing '. I
special called session to get work the exterior non-loading bearing Morgan said he plans on being in
under way as soon as possible on correcting walls span too much distance,28 feet, business a long time, and cannot In Energy-Saving Fans & FireplacesWe
the problem at the BMS gymso without additional support. A safe stand for his credibility to be hurt any
students can again begin using the span would be 12 feet, he said. more than it already has. also feature [i1.I, .
building.The The walls are moving in and out On June 22-23. 1972 after the BMS -
hold up now, Morgan said, is under pressure, Dr. Self said. At the gym was completed there was a hur- a complete line of: AndM3
that the engineer who okayed plans corners there is no room for movement ricane and the walls withstood that,
for the gym is no longer working with the walls are.flexing, causing Morgan pointed out. The walls are.10 .. .
the state Department of Education cracks. years old and haven't fallen down.. Wind & Fire of Florida
but is now a consulting engineer anawas Erecting pilasters every 10-12 feet Morgan said he hoped to have draw- 1
out of. the country last week. along the 25-foot high walls and at- Ings ready for the correction of the i 10-6 Monday thru Saturday
Morgan said he planned to get in taching them to the building through wall strength by this week and to start On
touch with the engineer at the earliest expansion Joints already present has construction in two weeks. Highway No.21 across from Fortune Federal
possible time.. been suggested as a viable alter The gym has been barricaded since Keystone Heights. Florida
Morganfurther agreed, to map native by Dr. Self. There is also the .after the first day of school. Studentsare
plans to correct the "unsafe" gym possibility of breaking into the con- able to use the adjacent
walls, submit them to Salley's firm crete blocks and filling them with con- classrooms and dressing rooms.
for approval by Dr.Self,a well-known crete, or tearing the walls down and No real problem will result unless it
expert and Fulltime professor in struc- constructing new ones. All are viable rains or until cold weather,school of- a al
tural engineering at the University of alternatives Dr. Self said. ficials. say.
", Florida,, and then get back to the :

i school:The school board. board said it will meet 1st Baptist:Minister of Music Gets Award 1 1ih
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work on the project*as sooty.a the f 4ryt11Mllfrijgd,miisf t8 {p plonnaall its Board ... ... i ,
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piNS to corMfeftpr<*M| J6i'are *ik1CI..1IIII t ifp.t Chine""; til<< 3vnw>fcs' r : of, t ......1:... .5.... 4f .* .Kill M f
\ okayed. by Salley's firm. has recently been elected as one of the the U.S. Jaycees. .. )
" Morgan discussed the problem with Outstanding Young Men of Americafor Floyd has been on the staff of First a
Dr.Self after the Aug.'26 meeting. 1981. Baptist Church since March of 1979.Il ;' Can we afford



I Neil Tucker?



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A hard look at his record i in

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city government says NO!!

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'|i Let' .recall that record: .


Neil''er was a primary force in purchasing the ill-fated

1 1 "Worthi gton Genrator", against the advice of knowledgeable

I Utilities Department Supervisors and others.
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Il NeilTucker; helped to obligate us to a One Million Dollar bond

Issl1'ehto for said for this
pay generator. We will be paying
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1i1ti'doJI* ;; "Boon-Doggie" until the year 2001.
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Neil Tucker was against purchasing our additional power needs I

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4 then at a much greater savings; A practice recommended then

'. and wisely used now.

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<: I Wo t. Neil Tucker's tenure in City Government seemed to create more

and costlier problems than solutions. Mr. Tucker chose not to
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___ seek re-election at a time the City faced severe financial

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.Ji'r ''NEil TUCKER FORMERLY OWNED THE FIRM THAT IS NOW

DOING YOUR CITY AUDIT. MR. TUCKER AND WIFE ALSO
I -:-- WORKED FOR THIS FIRM UNTIL HE CHOSE TO RUN FOR

f ;' p!CITY CLERK. IS THIS A CONFLICT OF INTEREST??
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1' { Another question being asked is "At his age. .s Mr. Tucker trying

4iI one of tl e to retire into a city government position?".

.-% ateSt buys WE COULD GO ON..BUT WE'RE "TUCKER-ED OUT"!!!


0:0': .gte. V r oifrted\\ The city needs a man with an expertise in accounting and business

J.-A- t I "'( management.: A man who can serve all the public in a dignified and
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$ friendly manner., J.E. MILLIGAN understands this and will not promise ,
double dj asr.m'yor.. .369.00 than he deliver.. '
U you more can .:', ;
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It's 5CleCtlc 1 not Colonial, '
but instead. touch ol each not Contemporary'unixmeilfwushed not Ranch,m FOR THESE REASONS WE ASK. AS YOUR FRIENDS AND
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quahty that rr ar. and 0 a prtlcfttnat'saunbeliie cbt 0 yNluwl'a NEIGHBORS, TO JOIN WITH US AND VOTE TO ELECT

Matching: night Und$34.95FURNITURE" .. J.E.. MILLIGAN AS OUR NEXT CITY CLERK. .
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Almost everyone has felt the pangs relax environmental controls not Cloud, with a reading of .4.5. which '

of acid indigestion at one time or strengthen them. Bowles describes: as "the acidity of a d. U1eQff 1;othe. : :, ::
another- but few have yet to suffer tomato." Other lakes were higher In ) '
from acid rain. Richard Bowles outdoor Columnist acidity than normal rainfall and In hisTj< m1nedmcvnb ins. ''
for the Gainesville Sun reports taking those cases wherecomparative uu... ShcreoUt1Ss.;. ., : :.

But. just stick around. It won't be water samples from several area figures were available, the acidity '. 4 I. .
long at the rate things are going. The lakes including Santa Fe, Cowpen factor. was higher today than in .

new theme song of this area may soon Newnan's. Lochloosa Orange. andRodman samples taken ten;years ago. t''
become "Acid raindrop are falling Reservoir. '
on my head." The outlook for the Bowles. biologists have .
future becomes even more grim with Two were found to be near the found that when the pH of a lake dropsto \
the Reagan administration doing danger point of over-acidity 4.5 its fish life ceases to exist. :
everything in Its power to remove or Cowpen with a pH of ".87. and Me- Studies made by Florida's DER Ii "".

(Department of Environmental L

Regulation) show that dropping the )$
EDITORIAL pH to 3.8 kills both fish and mollusks. 1


According to Bowles on July 16
1981 more than an Inch of rain pelted ..

Gainesville with a pH of 3.84 which. If t,0 C tfaistoyindusbsy owned t..
it fell in a five-mile radius,' would 1
Who''s'Responsible; have dumped some 1.4 billion gallons y .1 1
of water on the area. Calculations iT1t i1J11Wri. r ed /Ig
show the acid content of that one ,;

For County Plight? storm gallons to of be concentrated the equivalent sulfuric of 8,000

acids.


Fall brings welcome relief mill cap (with its tentative According to the DER, some 67 percent ,;
acid rain is
of North Florida's
from summer's heat, but it levy now set at 9.337) there is directly attributable to coal-burning

also brings the troublesometime no way the county could raise electric power plants. It Is not ;

of adopting budgets, set- the millage sufficiently to "shipped' down to us as a gift from 7- *

ting tax millages, and protesting meet expenditures, even after the Industrial north, but is a home :
product, so to speak.
higher property valua- trimming the budget. t -U S. 1 ,iCourlnyof ..lnnvillSun>. '

tions. The tentative $3 million The opening of coal-fired Secretary Watt Is Calling The Tune
Deerhaven II in Gainesville bringsthe
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The annual tax ritual is lust
budget was balanced to the problem of acid rain into sharp
beginning, with the first tune of deficit spending total- focus in this area. When the new

public hearing on a temporary ing $600,000, most of which 235-mcgawatt plant hits full capacity, Clean Air Standards Must Be Preserved I

budget and the temporary tax was provided by a $500,000 the approximately 2,000 tons of coal ,
levy set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday from the current burned daily will generate about
carryover of sulfur dioxide sulfur
September 9. After adop year. Only $30,000 was left in ding 32,400 to pounds DER scientists. accor- Our right to breathe clean air is be- Also hidden in EPA rhetoric are power equipment plants be dropped have from removing the Act.
ing jeopardized by the Environmental proposals by the Reagan administration -
tion of the temporary budget
the reserve fund for the com- This would allow new coal fired plantsto
Protection Agency (EPA) and the to
and millage another hearing ing year and operating undera Bowles reports studies showing that Administration. Local : be constructed without scrubbers

will be set on adoption of the $3 million budget with such about half of the sulfur dioxide enter- citizens Reagan must react immediately to -Eliminate clean air protection for and result In greater sulfur oxides. ...
ing the atmosphere combines with the 90 percent of the nation's lands pollution in Florida. *.I'
final budget and tax levy. meager reserves is like walk- the proposed weakened version of the
water vapor to form either surf urous which currently enjoy; relatively
Taxpayers planning to at- ing a tight rope over Niagara acid (relatively weak), or sulfuric Clean Air Act by and contacting their them U.S.to clean air but are not in the national There are ways that the Act needs f. ,
falls. acid ( ).. Accordingly if Congressmen urging wilderness ; to be strengthened:
tend one or more of these Especially during a year very strong strengthen this vital piece of legisla park or systems "=.

hearings might be interestedin of more projected economic DER plant will figures discharge are correct some,eight this tons one tion. 1. Reduce the time involved for "!j

uncertainty, when gas taxes, I EPA to approve state implementation "
some of the circumstances o f acid daily In circulate over an area LETTERS
In the 1970's, Congress plans. Reviews by EPA are *
sales taxes ana other sourcesof within 50-mile radius (Gainesville. passed a supposed "
leading up to the present state and federal a courageous Clean Air' Act that to take 4 months, but. Florida has.f I
revenue
financial plight of many established program for cleaning up waited 5 years for some of its plan a: :
Deerhaven is only of than
more
Florida counties, including appear to be on shaky ground. one the worst air pollution problems in the Increase permissible emissions of revisions to be reviewed by EPA. 73:: ,
Bradford.The 30 coal-burning power plants already nation and preventing deteriorationof sulfur oxides by 3 million tons by 2. Include provisions to combat acid wN
under construction in Florida or now
For instance, the Federal in the planning stage. Several have air quality in areas that had clean rewriting the emissions standards for rain. Historically rain in Florida has E: j

1981 Florida Legis- Government has already cut more than double the capacity of the air. The correct Act requires auto power plants; had a pH of 5.7. In North Florida, the s= :

lature, while establishing a ( to Gainesville plant. manufacturers to meet! carbon Eliminate provisions that make average pH has dropped to ..5, inS!
million fund for expenditures payments monoxide and nitrogen oxide standards the Clean Air Act enforceable by EPA dicating a higher level of acidity.The iSS: 1
$419 reserve counties) by $40 million this And fishing Isn't the only bad for auto emissions. (Auto emis- and citizen groups; and current Act doesn't have a S3:
the state, failed to provide year, and next year's cuts are result of poor acid rain. It can adversely sions are the largest single source of mechanism to deal with acid rain; |3 J
funds to aid in local crime con- estimated at $260 million. affect agricultural crops and is even air pollution both in the country and Reduce levels of protection
trol (except for a one-time, reported to be causing stone buildingsand In Florida.) The currect permissiblelevel against adverse health effects and This is a plea for help to anyone who 3j
one-dollar per head capital expenditure The State Government has monuments to crumble in parts of of nitrogen oxide emissions is permit continued exposure of millionsof sincerely values the basic necessity of a

) jail constructionand raised its expenditures the Northeast. ..... already met by this ear's cars. The Americans to unhealthy levels of clean air. Write to your Congressmen, 3
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( ? Reagan administration, however, is air pollution.The (Chiles Hawkins, and Bill Chappell t:5
partially by cutting
operation, or transportation .. But acid rain is just.one.example;oO posing to relax these standards on Jr..) today and express your concern
to counties)' in lieu current Act that
needs, not to..mention. .tax payments the, adverse 'lenvironmantalreletita, F; > premise that,the cost of meeting old requires ,when/ for Stronger Clean Air Act.Stanley .
-- of raising state taxes. < current standards doesn't power plants are replaced, by.new. j'I .
adjustments.,. .. that the proposed relaxing or : justify:tit'powe '! plantsthe'Omissiona: from the ),. a. Pollack
EPA double
What do the" numbers look cancellation of regulations by the expense. wants to new 'plants must be cleaner. The,-i, ;:; Executive
The end result is that the Reagan administration will have on .1< se permissible levels i.e. weaken w Fly orrid :.1 Director
Reagan administration has
like for counties? this standards. proposedthat Conservation Coalition
state has a balanced budget the environment.
the that all Gainesville. Fla. .A
'J. requirement new p.o. Box 13941: i
while local governments and -Loss of Senior Homestead

schools must make up for the reimbursement -

loss of revenue and increased $18 exemption million. : An Open Letter to Bradford Citizens

inflationary costs either by Coaetj I.eisti By :1'1 l : II

cutting services or raising -Loss of inventory differential From The Volunteer Fire Council :

property taxes. $9 million ..'.!leek BobbyTaylor ., ru..' 21UJIn :
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June of 1980 the Commissioners
--Loss in inventory tax .' County Since that time the County Commissioners -
and representatives of the
Much of the counties' present January '82 $15 million. ; have failed to act on what ybtriT
troubles can be laid at the Yn, c .. ,.n, ___ ., \.. came Volunteer to an Fire agreement Departments that: met and the voters wanted.. .: ,smut InM

door of the so-called TRIM -Rescinded federal funds !!. ." nf) ode 81
$40 million September should be a busy month .. the case in some herds during the We have heard such excuse***.th stet
bill, which apparently meant for cattlemen. finish 1. The firemen would meet with the Flre"elll" '
They hay [winter months when grazing and 1v1 exg'' jipthing J lCOf.'M
TRIMming the ability of coun- --Additional retirement con- harvest and make plans for planting lather feedstuffs are short and expen- citizens Protection.and explain the need.for it V'l'i Fire?) rectly,.nd.th. you, tI ;jIi; '1l11i'a tJ4,91D
ties to their normal winter pastures. i; ? not .understand. WNImy'V
pay } a Iy'erAzsny
tribution '
1.83
percent. $15 sive.You 2. They the Commission.wo lei on| reading
operating expenses The million. Winter pastures are ,, should review your winter feed the October 7 election have 'a straw? 1: the Jloa '11)1 h'Jlslq) bus r
rye ryegrass
TRIM bill established a five and legumes like clover lupine or 'J'supply needs and ;feeding plans so ballot for the Special. Fire, Protection j Fir n'qe( :tiop, ctin''rat' 1!.'f' "Ii ouoQ
percent property tax cap for -New jail standards $84 alfalfa. The small grains are excellent if that needed adjustments can be made Tax. .; progrss: without Ihe SpeciaiKir f

cities and counties, and at the million. for late winter and early spring before supplies tighten and prices t; I, t i Istrict..' i ;' 'w :anivisa: 00tH nl
The firemen worked hard at
same time offered the public a grazing but they are expensive rise. g Time i 'l' llniftg out.. A'taJI" 1iU.8'1M
office and the true facts and condition //trie
-Providing space crops to grow and must be managed *} i and all
tempting $25,000 homestead utilities for 20 new judges, 377 properly to be economical.To It's not too early to determine bull fire departments to you. Thej-e ere the County Commissioners befomiurfd:
September.'Uth < .
exemption on their property [replacement needs for the next articles in newspapers han uth,4 meetingiaistm' qdliw
state and
new 215 that
taxes ($20,000 this year, in- new public attorneys defenders, me, clover or another legume is )j [breeding season. Better bulls are sold personal contact and a free q= "eken' make you them iwant act Fir in your protect. behalf(ortuhbuuk T)") rt i nl .mol in 1982). To a must in the pasture If the need to start checking pilau supper. ,'
creasing to$25,000 (minimal estimate) $9 suitable .with brJers determine r.d: ; 4 i''U.I j. .;,. f/t ,omsdoa:
availabilij
cattleman has land for its If at
do this, the TRIM bill million. j ty of quality animals. It's always bet- On October 7th. 1980.;you the 41t'Sof { hallfcjDossibltH] olt rnt>ih .>rfis
authorized a constitutional growth. Good clover doesn't just happen ,p ter. tobuy. bulls direct from the Bradford County voted "1,41210,666 September) M meeting iand, see tth anBi
though. Soil must be tested and 1 they carry out your!voted "is".1o.J" : ,anon/
amendment which quite Total negative impact on 0''. breeder rather than from auction in favor of the Special Fire Tax on\tte T ,
limed to a pH of 6.2 to 7.0 and < T r" an Bradford ntynsydVolunteers'
proper straw ballo, A )
naturally, was overwhelmingly counties $190 million seeding and fertilization are a must. rings. ) (N yv I ,. 'reCOuatildliwp
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approved at the polls last : .. nfti
November.The Since we, as taxpayers are Clover is an economical crop. It not f ". i>na

all in the same boat it is important only provides good grazing at a Lawtey Officer G oes 'Beycmd.CattofDuty1 :i1 .11

net result was the that we thoroughly critical time of year but it also prOduces ,

understand who .has done nitrogen for spring and sum '. H .7fUy
removal of $33 million in
property what to bring about the mer grass growth. This Is possible 4: t am writing most'UIIusual ,'ilelg"1f
values from the Brad- with regarding a 'not he would go back to the police sta-t l ''
disastrous financial conditionin a cheaper fertilization program experience we had in Lawteyon tion if ficer was Officer D. Kesrns..I would"' ,
ford County tax roll in 1980; than with a small to see the other number could.
straight grass- grain like .
which Sunday August 1C. to let and
county governmentsnow you your .
another $14 million in 1981 \program.We be located. In about five minutes he" community
; find themselves.So ro .We were traveling from St. returned saying someone would be know that we are very grateful to all
and an expected $5-6 million :Petersburg back home to North therein!' a few more minutes. After these, men and we will remember .'\:
next year. Some of this may far the Legislature has have a good is bulletin on clover "Carolina. Shortly after getting about 10 minutes more the officer Lawtey for its courtesy and ho pitali., '
production that
be made up by new construc- shied away from an additional establishment and a maintenance good guide of to through Tampa and onto the Interstate -. checked back and when he saw no one ty. Officer! Kearn behavior eJCempllfled <: .,.
we began having car trou- had yet arrived he went off again to the enforcement officer at
but interest
tion unless rates one-cent sales tax because of\
clover. Call or come by our office if ble. Our radiator had sprung a leak see" about it. In just a few more. his very best. The people of Lawtey
come down from their present its unpopularity with voters. you are interested. and need: a copy of and lost all Its water. Fortunately we minutes two men in a red pickup are most fortunate to have such a

all-time peak, new construc- But you can't run a state, the bulletin. were able to make it to an exit and a truck arrived looked over the situation man looking out for their community *.

tion may decline severely in county, or city governmentlike service station. After spending some and decided they could have theradiator Thanks again to Lawtey.
There are several other thengy. hat t time there we purchased some .
fixed
fiscal In about
the -.n hour. We
coming year. a popularity contest. "
the cattleman should do Th sealant and hoped that'the trouble Patricia F. Wailer
went into the diner for a late lunch.As .
There comes a time when you September Mineral and salt feeders was cured..We stopped about 20 miles good as their word,the two Route I. Box 230-C

Cutting the tax revenue by have to bite the bullet and do should be checked and kept full and down the road and added more water had the car back together and running men- Chapel Hill N.C.

increasing homestead exemp- the job that needs to be done. fresh at all times especially when and did so again after about another fine in Just a little over an hour. In

tion has placed Bradford and Apparently that time has grazing becomes scarce. 90 miles. Then we thought we could the meantime the officer had checked Bradford Co.Advisory'
make it to Baldwin before checking .
many other Florida countiesin come. If anyone has a better ,again. back several times- on ,the progress Board on, YouthAn

the position of having to cut solution than a. sales tax Increase ,Pastures should be checked for ;We had barely passed through being made. '
When it
came time to pay..I was tru-
services or raise property let him speak'now, or mole crickets, grass loopers. and ar- Lawtey when my husband noticed ly concerned as to whether we would has been des advisory Wl. board'Bedford

taxes. Biilln the face of a ten forever hold his peace; proper myworms.insecticide Treat pastures as soon as with a problem the some recognized spray Immediately on the windshield'what and had have make enough it home.cash Understandably to cover it and still the County.The Board.is here made In up of law
enforcement
is found. happened. He turned back at the first officials, healthprofes-
two men did not want to take a personal sionals and other
opportunity and barely mad it to the concerned cftlzens.
Dust bags of backs bbers for horn- service station motel 'and diner In check and had no way of handling Many Clark was elected to serve as I
flies and face flies should be credit cards. However I was Chairperson for the
: checked. Lawtey. When my husband tried to' coming year, and
astonished
at how little
mi 1 pl1 Make sure they are properly chargedand put water into the radiator it ran put charged us for all their very work on a they hot Melodle Waler'' was eleCted VieeChairSecretary. -' .,

8 working. properly. as fast as it'went in. It wa*a hopeless' Sunday afternoon when I know they who are 'interested. Any In area citizens'
situation. had better things to do. Board serving on this
Calves should be weaned In time for );:.I noticed a police officer coming out'of The officer had gone well beyond future are encouraled'. attend
the cows to recover and the diner to his car approached meetings.
ESTAILISHEDl$7D put on a little the call of duty to help a family of
MtMMROB .
extra weight for winter. Cows should him asking his advice. He came travelers who were clearly In serious The
:a' O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MIllM. Publishers be removed and sold. over i at the radiator and difficulty. The two abler' be Advisory Hoard on Youth will

,, "...... .....Tbw.Agr...........-.....a-..."........ ,then phone went number back of to a man his car who to could find fix'just a mechanics were.wllllnl,very to give up lJ'am sponsoring for)PArentl8l\d Druc other Awareness concemed' Pro- ,.,

, ... tot Cffic>* .. SlM*.. .... .......Act.*Mw fc 1.ft ISIS September or October is a good about anything. .It was an their We leisure tim..to come and help us Sh2Sr.fi? ram; Presented by .' .
out. would )
have had
time to deworm the cow herd if inter- clearly to pay DeNt
.unlisted number but had Damon will be'held
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i.a..rytMa" ....M...... rr V. n W Eta...... nal parasite have been a problem. 'to"been 'removed from apparent- whatever they asked yet they did not at the Pratt Street Recreation ,1

O.r.t/...... II'p.,Y..,....H....... Worms and other parasites can pro. However,the officer said he tho would ear.go take advantage of our situation. Center. oa FrIday, September 16. .

M..1i44411i tMrk./1..N. vide lot 01 stress tocattle,especially .down the check.t. garage -I did ,I.'. at 7:30 pee. Everyone- 'endauged -,
hot the
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Cindy Gissy M and John Merrilees o .'. 'J. Och Alpha Nu of DKG Gives Orientation Tea I IAn


Marri sf4 (pHfqriUa\ -*\ '* < 'i 'Bke"ISocial.Side .oriegtutipn+ ''tea for new i Gamma. :
\ \ ,' ( 'members'f. Auld Nil'"Chnpli! tiJ\f) the. ,lIosteses'for, the tea were Mrs. A.
Cynthia Joan Gissy and John Jay Delta Kappa SoCI4ty Inter Russell Norman Mrs. Lennard
Men tIees were married on August 22, national was given recently at the Register and Mrs. M.A. Payne.
1981 Gtady* Moo f The. r'II II: ....
Graeafele California aL6pO!>> nth.!* r : u ;' Road: DM You <<...w...... <
everdtCln>g'. ,?: v .:, I / A. d91W New members honored weretlnda'Ball
( i8 th, "er tt. ; and ;;:).on.IEditor.I'f -..:. oil.. Donna Brewer Gail Cook Sue Beau McClane of Bolles School
Mrs. .fpe GlsltJ';: P.'Ji.: Jsi Mtrf s'ine' .. I j Shubert and Pafricid Wainwright. spent the weekend with his grandparents
son h'lre" S .
Caill..! nd Doris Merrilees of Pacific and others explained the purposes of Clane.
Grovel Calif. o ) ,0 the Society its organization\ and
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The bride wore a full lepgth gown of )CV (Do' history. Membership responsibilitiesand Miss Sandra Byrd of Napa.Cal. and
obligations were discussed.The Miss Brenda of .
white bee with pearl accents and carried Byrd Ventura Cal.
fresh lavender petut)tas. She was Mae :' refreshment table was covered visited their grandmother Mrs
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escorttd by her two oWr brothers, Eula Smith Retires : t with a cutwork; linen(' cloth and Nelma Keen and aunts. Miss Carolyn
Michael and Jimmy Gissy of centered wltli'an' rrangement of red Keen and Mrs. Pat McConnell the
Sacramento, Calif. r. roses, the flower of1 Delta Kappa past four days.
ifl( W'4 After 30 Years in Insurance Business
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Denise ._ .,. ,
the bride Gissy, served.as of' -Chico maid, Cahf.of\honor.sisterof !( ,,- .. ., ,,-_.- '.._" -

Libby Bean of Atlanta, Ga. and Joann 't. Mrs. Eula Mae Smith, who retired U",
Van GUder.. Wednesday >Aug. 26 after.30 years
; of.Quincy. Caltf ulster of Notice For Proposed Use
the groom, attended as bridesmaids. employed at an insurance agency; 19
They all wore5 Vender and white >a years with Wall Insurance Agency
floral ,'dresses and carried fresh and 11 years with George Roberts In- Of Federal Revenue SharingThe
lavender petunias. surance Agency in.Starke. and
Don Field of Newark? Calif. served Keystone Heights; was honored at a
as best man. Benjamin Merrilees 'I' surprise reception Wednesday after-
presented the ring to minister Randy Mr. and, Mrs. John Merrilees .;,. noon, Aug. 26, at the Richard Roberts
Pierpoint. Insurance Agency in Keystone Lawtey City Council will hold a meeting
ty stayed in cabins at Layman Resort i Heights where she has been employedthe
Phillip Brown of Sacramento Blairsden Calif. for the weekend andthe past'three' years. Tuesday, September 7th, 1981 at 7:30: p.m. to ten-
Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs Robert couple remained there throughoutthe The for the
tatively adopt a budget proposed -
Brown'of Starke photographed week. with a expenditures
wedding. Brenda Gissy of Sacramento Cindy is a graduate of Bradford and for the :Federal Revenue Sharing. The
Calif., sister-in-law of the bride High School and FSU and formerly with
helped direct the wedding. lived in Green Acres. amount of expected revenue is allocated at
After the wedding a reception was Jay is originally from. Quincy and cake, ..
This will be held at the Hall
meeting
$8,000.00. City
held at,'Mohawk Resort, Mohawk, Pacific Grove, Calif.. Mrs. -1 M
Calif. ; The couple now resides 'in Bill and all interested citizens are encouraged to attend \
The couple and entire wedding par- Graeagle, California.
the this meeting.

Jennifer Jockel and Matthew Box plans Mrs.
to go 1 Lucille Shuford


Wed Aug. 8; in Presbyterian Church ding and : .. City Clerk


pleated flounces above pleated trim was years. ... .. j" .. ; I
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ming of lace, had a flowing court -
length train accented with lace. Com ;

pleting the bridal outfit was the bou- St. !; Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S., D.C.
I quet of roses sweetheart roses To
stephanotis, and lily of the valley. I I Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C. ,
Guests at the reception, held in the The 1 l
fellowship hall of the Church, were Church l
greeted by Miss Paula Johns of Live 7:30: Keystone Chiropractic Clinic
Oak who kept the bride's book. The 1
reception tables were covered with "
white lace over white! silk cloths.
At SR-21 North
}I t'df Nosegays of roses, baby's breath and : weight*uppl' .mM lost

fern scalloped the lace with standing .90 special Keystone Shops Suite 5
baskets of magnolia leaves behind the To
cake table.The punch bowl was sur- ._,01 pun Phone 4 73-3604
% rounded with fern and roses. Two / Sun Hoollh

r silver candelabra with arrangementsof Club Monday.will : only SI 1.99. Hours 9 a. m 1 P. m and 3 p.m. 6 p.m.
carnations and roses were on either

side of the three-tiered cake. Mrs club Mon., Tues. Wed. & Fri.
V.J. Spengler and Mrs. Joe Warrencut

the cake while Mrs. Pat Stevens 9 a.m.-I Thursdays
served the punch. Mrs. Jim Lewis and Hut p.m.
Mrs. Eugene Tanner were in chargeof Modern
X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
refreshments. Miss Gail Douglasand
I Miss Amy Lewis distributed the Labor :'

.,j e, rice bags prior to the bride..,and. ,"IlroomlleavlYt .,. your I ''
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,tA ilA flea;. '1Mk ) g the feJ '
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Gllr eE. Fall :'n \df m''Q: : t >>"iI.,..,.,. a..MF ?- -," j,
tl'rlio't r the rtrii d"1Mt1BTro lines tl.i. umquan,"',. ; r.alJ..flu. .Ito: .t-VofeWr .... .... +'
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I .....:.. the couple is at home in
the Pine Forest Apartments.The BHS
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Box bride graduated from Bradford and Qualifications
,\ School and the
High University of
Jennifer Elaine Jockel and .Mat
Florida with a BSN. She works In the The
thew Kyle Box were united in mar- Emergency Room of Alachua 1964 Neil Tucker Your Clerk
riage Presbyterian Saturday Church August'with 8, in the the First Rev. General Hospital and is. continuingher be held City

education. .
the
Cliff McCleod performing the nuptials. The from Brad-
groom graduated Dutch :
-Nrrntno(1nuoJ r "l/l' .: ford High School and works at the All
TnabrfcMis. thetdaughtehof Mr..and., ,Western Steer Steakhouse.
Mrs Richard H. Jockel andth: 'groom, to you for the position of City Clerk. ;
of Mrs. Minnie Box and the n
is the son
late M\'.'I'o1W Mrpc'APt'kafllg! ; ''M' I ldlp9iiGreekYtt /'of
> l ltfUMaiiIH: duhb t14'"lif 9b itllP.I" [
presefltWI a% Wgrtfrfot nBpfiWKWS'! '* .fI I have a Bachelors Degree in accounting.
Ed1"9" ili1flI J G4164.1040'r
Mrs.
and played for soloists ,
Doug !\ !tglP Jifee1tn mJWi14-ajr.. ; ,
{, I have served this for
lavo '?1 {fTlql i ) s.thtUYhf; +iP91'to'tgroo I R community twenty-
I loin I i a i II( f" two years as a professional accountant
In serving as wedding director,
Mrs.vWJUiiUtC"WDcd or UridB tbenIT l a My entire! working life has been in the

churChubJct! tenthiagn lhvJctltisotbfta: bn nII t i : field of: accounting and auditing.
with _larsirJobsandelallraydhM4d 9/ .
by sUwfcttftic dIrv0IggnetSiafrt jadfl: Jiu IIT1 <<" ". "
fern. In keeplrtgMdthiMe p,itt tc tor (as/ ; ; I I have twelve I in
scheme two spiral candelabra on tla years experience
eitheneid jobll paldit coqtalhud lit. 11 ; ,. governmental accounting.

rangancntesffmwi igladiolicnYhtlolgo( / ...
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lions, buUMKi JlQt.ap sugrbldraby a'l9 nbreaQ'lniJihtbCIht I. s1M1 ; ,

lll1tiil was coveredwithiwaflnoJiJHoawes.o1Avhile arrangements Wt WtIl :'ll .: .:''". I have served as the senior accountant
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of roses, baby's breath : on the City's audit for the past 5 years.

and fern marked the family pews.. J
The groom was attended by Jfffem "*
Jockel serving as best man\tJtllaiwt \. I the rules and regulations of the federal and state governments

were Kenny Rodrique./Chuck .
Register, and Desso Formal.
Mrs.,. Desso Forman attended the '

Mrs.bride Forman by serving:wore as'inatr7 a longJ>dl1Iatfot'<<6wnl' rf.'ui 9*',II : in the preparation of the City budget and am familiar with all

apricot chiffon comptimenfled byiaIlOI'jacket / 11It
with Brussels lace .UpeliTJ'Phe' '- +11brid. <
.'.- attendants) .>were' -Miss'
Stephanie HoffV; Miss-iR bekah Box, j I the city limits of Starke for the past twenty-two years.
and Miss Lynn Pierce.* their gowns
similar to the honor attendant,'' were '
complimented by nosegays of roses. I be your City Clark on September 8th I pledge to you
sweetheart roses'and.baby's breathin ,
shades of apricot "i" t

The bride,given in 'of marriage chiffon by her job I can by using my experience and knowledge to the best of
father; wore a gown ivory .r"' .
and Bl'1JS8Ils'lace'The square pea- :
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;neckline and the
sant Victorian" The. Florida
natural waistline were highlighted by .. i ; ,* I' \ < ,- I.''.'
inserts Brussels lace The gown ";. j the office of City Clerk belongs to the people, and that the
had full bishop pleated sleeves l with :. Starke ( to citizen. .vfn.) ,
: : every
Brussels lace.- ,
fitted wrist banda! ( r
Yi- [I.
The full! .gather .skirt! ,{rimmed with r.;; "',. .

oa// ....,_. M'-,:-I', ".'.;....A....-... .. ... employee: .:of I occupation'-"JI'" ; the position of City Clerk as the office is a full time

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Charles HulVhescwvyas oo business n\ ( '.. .! .. 'I" .
In Nashville,;Tenri\;,- ) J6t Tuesday to 1. This'mon"t"' we',recognize [
Friday: IW.also .visited ,bi fl,.brother' j \ ts'accounting methods and procedures *:>'
and sister-JMrjaw*Dr/anjl [Mrs.\ ; ,Aaron :. the'. :September, .'V14d4. 1 "'
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Hutches' $Cjark9Ve..Tenn.Monday ,,,
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feIdWstaff ;
1 I ."jt'l11', r :lyih by ; members: for t .n an efficient! and'cisurteous manner. ;
Mrs'G.J111: ? c4'F/Ir.1 ; orel4r0ed\ performance In her a.n
) ssigned i itYto' '
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afar,' ree Weeks.tusit.( with : ;a ; ] ) !Sa8O/;: ; ; tfijj.

her son and family Mr. 'a nd Mrs. get Atoiig! with.others. She : I : : ;'Cferk: ,: Vote for e.p4rl.nce and quollfkatlons:
Patricllljtr I!!.''r\\1.J1: I .Wis." "."". ...,J I thahabic: I ;tn In, \Y ugust,.,1965., and 1.-1'' '. ., r ,. h..1." 5< +jilhl, :-..' ; .I ,h''.. :

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08foi Nds !lPik'f tPlif i/rpu' : tka'p.kst a \ Respectfully, I
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I Mr. a'I";. 1. : j p; liar EJ V ;e ebrat e 5Qt '. frf'. .J.th th'. I yf "Mf 1f+S i"ei i Heath'Wmoved,1 ; into<< Miss Denise'GINY'sissy, daughler.t of, Starke"" ... .ba3/1.,r*../

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.. J tfi.l .tw moved: fpm Saeramen o cal'h
Mr. and Mrs. '
Roger O. DansbJcelebratedii"elr .
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olden wedding an- M. : 'tlmdiigthose Attendtng thaationa1J$ 1 ati t
y evening at t. celebra er.htirMe f. a arxiJWarrarit' rncers.J Rout at-,'" lunrot1ar..:Jc atttf 1I / .
their children at ty'.Sun 'Cam Blartdinjf'. SatureMJ vening'' UniyersitM;; \ tr
Baptist ''ChurchMrs. I I :'son-io-I "t 'from Bradford and Columbia Co\in-' Vote For .
Mrs. Obed Pauley in Law y. ties were: the families of Jimmy Experience ani QuollHcaltorif
Helping to celebrate thcCnccasionwere + Dyal?John Goolsby, Albert Lee Elect NEIL TUCKER,
Marie Siemer greeted the four of Mrs. Futch's d&ughters\ ; .Crosb'yv George Winkler, B.C. your City Clerk
guests at the door. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.. Pauline\ DeVore, Mrs:Margaret'' ,, Holtzcndorf,Jr.. A. Jack Eaves Ed
Dansby stood before a backdrop of Pauley; Mrs. Mabel McClellan,, and Cole, '' Bob Paterson. Mr. Albert, Mrs. Edward Nichols and childrenof
greenery to receive their guests along Mrs. Ola'Starling. Others attendingwere Foster of Starke Maxie Warinwright Panama City, are visiting. her I i .
with their children, Bill Dansby of : Mrs-, Linda Adkins and sort,. and Pete Witt of Lake City,and Frank parents Rev1 and Mrs. Ben BO' John,Jr., Angie D' core; Paul' of Theressa. "
East Lansing. Mich. Mickey Dansbyof Fisher,' Bailey :this, week.
Colorado Springs, Colo. and Mrs. Mrs. Teresa Patterso -,!Mr. and Mrs. Vot. ;for : Socials
Janice Hall of Theressa. Ricky Solze,. Obed Jattjey l ,. Mr., and Ixp.rlnco and Qualification/ ..' : More
Mrs. Grady Pauleyflartd: son, Stuart Elect NEIL TUCKER ;t III.t
and Mrs. Vicki Revej ind k:: .t'I''j.I'( .
book &* son" rett. ;YGt r City Clork l .
Keeping the their
guest were The < I' :
guests enjoyed cakp;tee rJ m
granddaughter", Angela Dansby and and Mrs. *
punch' TTutch resettledlmany
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great niecej! Melissa Mardis. The \ .
lovelygifts '" \' V ,
guest book table was covered with an kIi
Army-Navy 'cloth over yellow linen .0.. ,1, '.' I ::.:..._:..:..___ \. .. ... ,
and held a crystal bud vase with a ; J I. + : ': '
yellow rose and baby's breath. Elect t N'EI'TUCKER : ,:.i j
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Army-Navy The cake table tfloth t was over covered yellow with satin an }.,(:.1', 'I., /fI"; i'i \, ,; f./ ': ;1"" .'VhUr, .\C'iy; CI.! rk'I' '. q ; :

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and was centered by a three-tiered, I "i It. ; 'tr'l'' '. ;: .
pillared ca et\\ ecorated with white tv .$i 1 M1 ? I ;. :
and yellow rcdfe, gold leaves and top- ." j'I MI onS. tomb rth'i. I. : J. ,
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layers other were la"tt yAUpw tvere'white roses and wedding betweenthe I* : By Electing NEIL:TUCKER yoWfeity Clerkj, liI

bells. Flanking. 'e cake were two arrangements .' j ; Will not have'to PAY FOR ON THE JOB TRAINING
Df| 'white and yellow
daisies and yiglbw' Neil Tucker?' isi j .dY'iIJtAINEDI! and
breath. crys j. serving'dishes roses and baby's with .:1'-: ,J.T '''1;: "' ,Ji}.__ _&. r ready tp ':go to swam ,cit.; ouVthe;. ; Peopa pof
gold h d mints and '
date :
spoons huts '
Mr. arid Mrs Pt.O. Dansby :i ; *
nut balls. 't, t I I .t 4 Starker .1 V ; ,/ ;f.*. i -4
The punch table was covered thek1 same as the other tables' and was Thou Art", The two sons toasted l their: : ,SI
centered with a crystal punch bowl' the '' -
t oarents during reception. '
id, encircled with yellow and? white >, .Mr. and Mrs. Dansby were married NEIL C ERiS, familiar. .!'with;: the,;off ice::md
it> t I ,of," daisies and greenery and flanked by,' 'August 29, 1931 in Daleville,.Ala and. .' .','. : '. :, '" ," "' '
> two five-branch gold candelabras. lave lived in Starke since 1948. They ... its functions, :. ..( ;; / !R'....' i.; 't'l:;. I
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with white tapers. Crystal serving I l r nave six grandchildren; Bill has two. ,,'..,' (;t
dishes held finger foods. daughters, Melanie, and Angela.l): -Mr.'' :' R....'. ":'ut : :'(..;tII' i'o
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s. The two gift tables were covered Mickey has a son and daughter, Scott' ;;( '' ,,1"t ".\'" 3. The } 'ty'c rk'flittsth, a the'e cperien
with nylon net and lace cloths' over Julie and Janice has Did.YOu .Know-.i t'ej'ob.' .
and ; two.,8pns.: I' do .. 'i_ "
white linen and were centered with Stephen and Richard. Mr.% \*;;* Archto grjteri{ 'o/7MiamJ: ,.wlll.pend ; 'I. 1 i h il,
l\\ arrangements of yellow mums' and. ; Out.of-town guest ,were {.and ,i I Thursday to Monday watt his moihpr. .: Do JOB Rid a ride to the polls tan 9144018Rimambar rj:" ,
daisies. Mrs. Ulus O. Dansby and Mr'< and*1 Mrs, LrJ. '
Gjeeri.'A la VOTC September '
ne On the piano were three singf4gold i Mrs. Don Silabent of Ozark, Ala*, Mr;;,., *. (I'V.-'.. .? '. ? en t
Nancy, Wheeler candleholders whit candles and .Hi-.1.,'
with and Mrs.-Rex Dansby} andMrs.'i, ,
Wheeler an arrangement of white and yellow Georgia Powell of Adel, Ca.;,Mr; and j i "I ,'/ : v NEIL :11 1ll
Mr. and Mfd Gary of daisies and greenery.At Mrs. Edward Davis and Mr;and Mrs.:"' PIHE FORESTAPARTIS J : Kr6; :
Lawtey announce the birth of a :
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points of interest throughout the Joe Wood .of Gainesville,' Mr;, and: If'! 1HAS
daughter. Na Diane, born Aug. 26 hall were potted plants. t Mrs, 'Michael Mumson and son.lot\ NTS;. I
in Riverside Htefiital. Mrs. Ewell'Lawson and Mrs. Jim : THE: EXPERIENCE(
Maternal gr&idparents are Mr. and Midland, Texas, Mr.-and Mrs'.i Larry' 12 at 3 %edroOfls Apt. : : ;t tAliI
Lawson the bowl.
presided at punth Mardis and daughter of MiddlebuTg! r ?
Mrs. M.D. e, Sr. of Lawtey. Mrs. P..T. Nolin'and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Bill Cotton of rrom'Ol'SbffW00 {M I"'
Mr. Hastings t'
Mrs.Paternal Frank C5' rents of Independence are Mr and, Davis cut the cake..' Mrs.' DeWitt Mr. and Mrs. Roy'J. Andrews and Mr.\ ( tl .')!i i'l'l' '"t ). THE: :QUAI.'f' J1'NS'() '! f': (
and Mrs. Marie '
Hersey Siemer sere and 'Mrs. Michael ..Andrews of .
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as hostesses. Mrs. Ed Rippl- Jacksonville, Mr: and Mrs. Guy t
Saxony\Ta; Bridges. inger, pianist and Mrs. Al Chapman, Williams of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs\ LENDER.HIM: MIUM ...., .1 911J".63I, :j,,,
I' \'; soloist presented background music PT.'Nolin and Mrs., Oma Cottlol\ df
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Mr. and : ridges of during the reception:' They also DeFUniak Springs and Rev.: and Mrs.O.D. ./ i. _
Starke the birth of a played and sang two of the Dansby's Moore of Keystone Heights t !I I ..., '.
daughter, M1N.HarOld ai boric August' 31 favorite 'songs, "The Beautiful Approximately .200 ,guests ..called\ 10 ,'
in St. pital. R Garden of Prayer", and "How Great between the hours !of 5 and 8 pm., t i.',.,b.t' : .1'. r

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launch I< showing.than th41.Sprin. \ night. 'i defense to be effective; ./:: ; "
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Some work aWl to be done on 'much \-emphasis* 'on.irinnlnltl'tbe.! pleased with the way things have hoseguard) has been 'out for; a'week: ;' rSeptembe1a lIt\he BrMfprd igh FiRidhouse.4 I '!'- ;' .{ 4'dti .r'.Ii,..
triggering the young (in terms of quarters. Head Grgath.David nurse'said I gone so la said the defensive coordinator with an abcessed tooth but he's a t '. All rile berll' sre urge to attend ahd any neJN'parent who would "1 ..'(,.)r.Ilke.lq ,':j'

otherwise playing time BHS) offensive is backfield but "aU our said t now an on "*e've shown a lot of Improvement hard-working kid and we're counting .,.. << .101 ,81'#fnvlled. ""r, II ; : .1?.1I
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September 11, agalnst"orlvalMacclennyBaker many players as possible can get Into any more out of (tem We've still got a Crews (Sr; 165),'Bruce Rehberg Sr, Secondary" 'doach Mlke" Jiarlley't sivcly) and were going( IOlwc'Ill'illnt,. > -
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FirStfi i though is, the test-launch and St, 'Augustine. 5!..i., lpul"i' "They seemed to just pick up where I ;)Jted"wl'at l.sa\ tw II '" .
again dnterlpchen and St. Augustinein baJlc, b Both rely on -' ;', Sexton Said defensive ends Chuck we; left off in' the Sprihg' and have llartleyj said'emphatically"'referring "l\Iorf Ajresiv'N<<
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are elftfected. to be. one of the toughest 'who ran for:over },SfttiD yards as a ".'thave; all showed we lid''practice Sexton said offensive linemen)''Randy under: back the lights there.' \ 'We. ''Awe'-] wore need very', to "I''troops, who he weld\ 'an'U\ \,.11I inor o
classy\KA teams round, In Friday'sfirst Junior on a pass oriented ballclub. '"especially Reddish, he' just been .'Luke and Billy, Shannon are his ( ;aggressive a' \ off but. aggressive than we've been l ",,' list
qiarter/dit 8 p.m. In the second Augustine; has two bulk)'" runners- outstanding" Charley Brown (Sr. backups at noseguard and tackle'but work.on' few;things to polish Couple t if ywirs. We've j'utj'iMxl: 1011.(' 1''
perlCth; .meet" bullish St. fullback Bernard Mathews (V9, 215) 115) has been down with a sore leg but with the shortage of depth being what, the aggressiveness wqs thcre.t' arid goodcjulckness.Kaulk 4.-" t,
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Augustine. BHS fans will be sitting on and tailback Tony Oelgado CS-U.205). should play In the Jamboree. it is in the Tornado trenches those two ; n ,: : said light cntl Chui-k '
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the %ss box side at Palatka'sstadium both. .converted defensive bangerswho Tackles Dale Buchahon (Jr, 210) rarely get the time off from offebse to ; "( 7petLWalkies'Jrtl70)' ( .1 I i, *William iSr. I8.:) "has pn lwl>r.v 1111' .
for both periods./Tickets will love to mix it up In the middle. and Kenny Bright' (Sr. 185) both work defensively. "We've.got some l leng.?; ",-Jr/.J(1 0)) \sand BrianThomas rpvedthemotsim'vthe9ing"antisaid -i
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elclrtrjLarry} Saucer'*; Daryl Thornton\, John .Thompson/Claytoa Norman, I,Randlet. Eric Lane. Willie Hill. Larry Ixuig.' Emmltt Walk ins, Kenny. Wright.' ..,, 10 CunllCrlNlil CI.7NIwn. A .wo. leG'" '11

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.or goJfr* included champ Kevin Davey; < -. I s't'ow' I.'I, bTOUSEiTONE' ,
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jltad rdju .cJub'chgmp...a former 72's .after the opening ''round but .t ot" "bh"J..I.; :),ji] fci') .w
(d 'lWtfl" *;and Keystone Heights .Davey'fell off to a, 78 while Richard 14.I'r e".fi g Jst1! 0 11 tlp eon I junior golfing star Steve creek but went below par Saturday. '; 7Ir1i'I I i'alhIJtet4! : f a ,d I',
t ""fi 1 t all" 1 to ..' erp aJI- with 'a Greek was seven shots back at 150 { ,"'Iffl,' 1tolLinnrr7 ,
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alCilllSfntN Marcus Beck the ". had to take week off from. '!
big : 1.t'f ( Jvitat :.up&> ; a work to ( .
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= r.' ', \ lyt'ol the cost'for the fun would be charging"service fees for I jgf6? K';ie+ e ;ause:ail! you *dc t > : 5'f: '

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a1qIn( t:1\: think *It'* ;Hit that the Charged out'ot-county participants.The l tcTUcli, the! buttons.y, :: !&,ikfit :

II' a ullburdenforproviding city councilman says ". hope it, i fihH,' l Itmor: e.ffj i>l ik n f .
c, e: Crosby says. "We.want ?, never comes to that',' but he will pro ''I'k! .
: ; odutit7fi I' &tecri1"\\ lo have recreation a*, we vide figures Wednesday t that..tihow.: b l1se 'yo '. ..make", ':{. w'. .1:-_ ',, {' .
but i if we don't get some what that option could mean for the 3i 'hd' <1:11 "t'O"fi' ,, .JItln
Orlg finally scheduled county I don't know how people involved in Softball.1'' Dixie, m..lst: ft "',\ r 'Ii ,
the request b)'. e young ; was ...Jt.. just not fair for la* Youth baseball, t r
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was I shet'\ba'' Jc, payers'or Starke+, ::t. F ''limits.. ; "'" .. .|$ < numbers. '.i'. /. T'AU\\.X y l HLMfl .t'"
couldna make last mO tie didii't% guess Si to bow succeuful !. ; f(."., f}. ;' :Jfr f ,'fI:.'.'.'\.; '' 1f'" ,t ,...::
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about SO-JO:)( ekby;has ".000." said the. the Dixie Youth.1 baseball I leagues.: I; 8 : 'IJ.I : \ '|1 .' -t. j '

bring>,,0ie issueof; ; Rec. budget fpr flsoal196y61 lwiflap- Crosby explains that city residents, ; "' .*, .ywrl' ** 1. ';* !&v. > 1 f ',iir ''i fflfl.: ''t .
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Page UA TELEGRAPH September. lssl '. .;r . .. f'> .. ,. i '. iy: "* j S-J if.*.** a.\ '! if n t -1r.ut.f: If :::""': '1..4'I .- ..


I 1 \ P :Bednar.. Steve Nipper Are Fishrmder" Xqaclers.

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Nearly through the midway point of brought in a 10-pounder Monday morning M .r.
the Telegraph Fishfinder Contest a 12 August 31, to take over the lead ei n ;>|2S <,,' ...:
pound, 10 ounce bass holds up as the In the. Bass division and then upped OWEnougjL
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leader of the Big Bass division and a the,ante the very next day with a / ,
of pan Fish going pounds, 4 whopping 12 pound. 10 ounce ,; lfr! yott-Ufe 1\4a:
ounces is the leader in the Pan Fish largemouth. Standing second In the w enoJgh to'lfsfifryoVirold *-'

division. Bass class was Willie Dodd, who enough to Intel
Paul Bednar of Kingsley Lakestringer brought in an 8 pound, 2 ounce catch the contest 12-year
Saturday.Also e.'i' old),' Bobby Adam;>of
.. entered In the Bass divisionwas Brooker brought;*In',
a 7 pound, 11 ounce entry by Joe '. th1$i string ltaIi g
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McGee and the ,7 pound, 4'/4 ounce 4 3 pounds, 'I' d'uncef,
kl catch Doug Gray of Starke brought in _
early in the tourney.In 'f" i
1 the Pan Fish division Steve Nip ... .''." ."' ...
;) per of Brooker carried in a 6 pound. 4 '" "-
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ounce stringer of 10 fish to take over a '
\ I the lead in that class. Ed Allen of t. Steer Bass 'I/t I,:
Brooker came In with Nipper to the ,
!r>/ official weighing stationS&S Bait &
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string that puts him in second place. Weighed at Strickland'sJimm .:
: The early leader was young Bobby ;
ifr Adams, also of Brooker. The 12 year
old caught a string of bream and
shellcracker that scaled 5 pounds, 7H p'r r ti w r Redmond of Strickland's another 11-pounder and then added: .
ounces. Also entered was a 3 pound, 15 Ah'"P' Store on Kingsley Lake compiled a 10 pound, 4 ounce beauty just last Sun: '
ounce string brought in by Marie Mor- record large-mouth bass brought in day evening't', "
to the store for ',,1
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; Fishf inders have until S p.m.Saturday and his chart for June July, and Two others fishing Kingsle.)
brought! in 10-pound plus specimens.Most
a. August shows 17 fish weighing at least :
... Sept. 19. to better those efforts
> ... and get In line for the two prizes to be eight pounds brought in. 24 fish were ( of the biggies were caught on! .
given out In each division. brought in for weighing at the store at plastic'' worms black or purple as".j
Prizes include$25 cash for the win- the SR-16 and '16A intersection and Bednar prefers but live bait
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ner of each division, $15 for the run- they weighed a total of 212.37 pounds, (bullhead) was used as the lure for a
:a;.( nerup, and donated prizes including a an average; of,8.84 pounds per fish. 10-pounder brought in August 24 umliw
2800 Fluger Reel, outboard motor oil. ,
(th. 9'1.1 pounder caught July 7. KapalA,,
CrFr ;i and water safety jackets,. and life Most of' (those big ones were brought Lures also were used for two just over
preservers.See in by Paul Bednar, a Kingsley Lake 6 pounds while a fisherman trolling
Co ad and entry form in the sports .t resident who for the most part used with a Rebel lure hooked a bass 10 '
flU pages or stop by S&S Bait and Tackle -- ... plastic worms at night to hook 17 of pounds 2 ounces in late July "

for further information.The The Big Bass Leader... the largemouths brought in. That's Strickland's sells fishing and; .
;t Ills Name Popped Up drawing for all entrants was an average of 8.9 pounds per fish! In-'' boating equipment as well as live bait ,(
held last Monday and O.J. Paul Bednar of Kingsley Lake brought In this 10 pounderand ', .
Phillips of eluded in Bednar's Summer haul wasa (worms) 'and hunting!>! supplies unit' :
gr O.J. Phillips of Lake Butler had his Lake Butler was the luck whose followed that up with a 12 pound. 10 ounce catch the next
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12 pound, 4 ounce lunker and an 11' equipment. large walk-in cooler if
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I { was name the drawn luck from winner the of box$20: and and thus a name was drawn from the box. He night, giving him the two =biggest>> fish and the lead In the Big pounder caught in July. He plans to available. during the hunting season t II),. t.
won a $20 cash Bass division. '
prize plus a 6-pack of .
be} 6-pack of outboard oil In theU outboard motor oil from Jimmy mount them both. He also, caught: store game. rb

$ca Telegraph Fishfinder drawing Moore's Sun Sports. :,., ', .,

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coutinued from pg. IIA "We need more work on our kicking
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have been solid as usual while the "'r!I IRA.DFO
other returning starter, Charlie "
bl. Brown (Sr, 165)), has been bothered by 1981 Schedules
a sore leg but is back at it this week. "; J"IV
fag Depth is the only shortcoming, King BUS Varsity .. '",.
< will have to be ready to step in as the Sept. 11 Baker Co. (H) : ,
J>4 only backup with much experience. Sept. 18 open :,
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wf Sept. 25 PalatkaH( )

f 1I! Watkins Running Strong Oct.Oct. 9 2 at St.at AugustineOct. Santa Fe ., .y

Hurse said quarterback John 15 (Thur) at Gainesville trgrap1.d. \.t., ,
n Thompson (Sr. 165) continues to show Oct. 23 North Marion (H) '. )
bi good improvement and also said Em- Oct. 30 BuchholzH( {)) .
mitt Watkins (Jr. 170)), a starter both Nov. Live Oak (H) "'1 .
stol ways, has looked tough carrying the Nov. 13 at Eastside :
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pigskin." "Watkins is our best runner Nov.20 Middleburg .V ,


IT Clnc:: so and Defensive far.Larry Long corners are doubling Brian up Thomas in the Sept. 17 Junior. Varsity Eastside{)) ,Idt d' ,atoNti.e, ,t Ai / .a to ; t Ash >;.a.; ,


P, back is Hurse backfield also, Herbert said showing at young the Hawkins halfback Eric promise.Lane(Sr,slot 155)(Another So,,while may ISO Oct.Oct.Sept.Oct.8 15 1 24. 1 ,.. St.at Augustine at Palatka Middleburg GHS ('4:30)((II H)))' Pi 's i :: iit! d 'e't: : b Dft e s t H.-


Oct.
H go to wideout some to take advantageof Oct.29 22 Santa FeH( ) {>*'.
his speed. at Baker Co. '11.
Hurse said that on all levels Friday Nov. 5 at Clay High

night's scrimmage was the Tornadoes Freshman PRIZE I.iS'I' ,, I
best practice to date and that Sept. 29 Baldwin (H) We know there's got to be a bunch of fine D :

\n vir included the passing game. "We completed Oct.6 Baker County (IHj fishfinders out there... we want to know where! BIG BASS VISION ,c.
a pretty fair number of Oct. 13 atGHS(4:30)( : ) / C":' Olliv1O3.
passes" he said pointing out that 01.t.20 Eastside (H) 1st Place- A.'M'I
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Blaine Dyal and Clayton Norman Oct. a' at Baker County .$25 cash MH I ,
both made several nice grabs. Nov. 2 at North Marion We want you to join in an the great outdoor fun of the J 2800 FhiKer: + Reel (from S&oi.h tt +) .. .<* .. li' >IJH. +HA "' )'(
1st TELEGRAPH FISHFINDER CONTEST- have .) .fit rj ion
I ,32 quart Coleman I ice chjtM'Utfitfcftfl: +"I-IS &O: ,J.SSlifc [ :!/ ,.It hnu
a cKanc 'Jil sLs4ning 6At4 awards plus prices donated by
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prewn'cr'Jrat cfc MHItyl/Cf/ i o-'M f n MOlll''S) > >vii hb I :rAwJiMMY'MOORE'S "
StN') 'SPORTS, CRIFFIS & SONS 'I F ..r, t ''nub .tlt tto ,el bold i "o..d 'uft rt' ,,.,.rlritni
Serving Northern FlorM FIBRE CLASS WO'J' $$. and S&SBAI' CiCLt 2nd Place-J. ;.,'ber"' .,iolf3 e,1I bno ,bbld .rt. hvo:>belyttevnd' ) '
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Elect NEIL TUCKERYour i J d pa n'oo.l.,$n K t a 1 ,,.dii,
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i t cale no 'rape. IrNd line
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J I.t mud IMF 8 pound.' dr I er ial.tighslaix.1ikti6.)11'\ l !

11. By Electing NEIL TUCKER your City Clerk you 9
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will not have to PAY FOR ON THE JOB.TRAIN- r ,

ING. Neil Tucker is already'TRAINED ,and 5 pound pound, J.I r F :,j Ji..rm'lq i ill! iI,h eM/Nllanl. ..

ready to go to work for you,. the People of t po +' t ti e aSfih im the'( tltlh"dll.I"rh.illl"or0 and hriiiK il in fur

Starke. J t b 1 ;'\ ( ..1"i"/4'; | !' Sanw Kim fur lie(

The conl ( a blunt: August 22 y ''
12. NEIL TUCKER is familiar with the office and] l'-. deadline l fo, Y '' 4 ) SNtnrdar. August 22. ...d

its functions. t 19th."Address. & : i )lie .p 9.ttt l.,IK 1 f
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... ... ............. y 1 pBce,will br ,plit Ix-lwrrit the 1it.in ,
| 3. The new City Clerk must have the experience toj .71. + d ranlt ji.(i for|ir l in rilhrr Ji (itumI

do the job.... ; I) wcuml will h* rfniHrd c.rnl> hrl-
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NEIL .10 l + i r 'i' loin aK anne.. while hap. He.Irtit .
TUCKERHAS : ,A r a l' .ti U.innwlhanl0I1.JI 1 will bit
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: -Teams.- are Bigger in Size and Numbers \ .: Starke'ssGreen: Machine ChasesNationarfcfdfrhrais

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38 ninth graders and S3'sophomore* 1-.)

are working under the direction iM, '
coaches Rick Stevens and Lanier 'Machine goes after" (thVbiggie this 'wlend-- Men's Major. Slow

Clyatt with' the JV and FreshmanfopbaG Pitch Division national cham'plonship.' ,
seasons set to start later this1mJ1h. With District,. State and.Reason title-efforts behind them Machine will be
one of the favorites'' to win thie-'Labor Day weekend in Burlington. North

Carolina, but,with i me 42 fean ; in. the field being the favorite on paper may
The Junior Varsity opens Thursday not mean mUCh .' :

night, Sept. 17, at home against "It still takes a ertain amoimt of l luck" said Ronnie Thomas Mho coaches

Gainesville Eastside while the the' nationally-ranked power along! with manager-sponsor Jack lla/on.
Freshman also will make their first "You've got to win six straight through the loser s bracket and if we draw

appearance at home, going against somebody like Elite (of Georgia) first round one of us is just about( going to be

Baldwin Tuesday night Sept. 29, at out of it. If you lose that first: game it's just.about impossible physically to
Bradford, Stadium. come all the way back." '
Thomas said the draw'w i'tbe. known until a Friday afternoon luncheon

rVnew setup to the school's athletic when names of all the clubs on hand will be thrown into a hat for a blind drawof
practice schedule has Coach Stevens the bracket: Play continues alt through the weekend with the new national

working with a group of the young champ scheduled to be crown Sunday afternoon.Last .
Tornadoes during second period and year Campbell's Carpets of California won the Major national title
Coach Clyatt working with the rest wars "wS I with a perfect 6-0 record they were 118-12 overall* but they have since
during third period. Then everybodysuits & s js <9 Vs disbanded Other top finishers from last season's nationals! also won't neon
up for after-school practice. r handsome like 1930 runnerup Howard's Western Steer. third placer Jet'r>"'s
Catering of Miami; and eighth-place York Barbells of Pennsylvania U-cause

-- they've entered new '"Super League'V- and others .. likethe !Nicevillo';
Monday was the first day in full Raiders, Who took sixth 'national as DuUose Insurance last >?ar:- mipl>'
pads and both coaches said some Stephens Gets a Close Look at a Tackle didn't make it through the Regional qualifying tournaments

pretty good licks were passed out. Junior Varsity and Freshman team .players go through their paces In a tackling drill under the eye of Head J V Machine beat Americad Fitness of Jacksonville for the Region title ,LiM.

Coach Rick Stephens. month to qualify for !nationals,

"The kids were real energetic," .
was :the way Stevens put it. Clyatt "We feel like we know the kids a lot potential. It looks like we're going to The JV team won't be as big,
said "we had a lot of people hitting better this year and we're gonna be be able to put some beef on the Tineand maybe not as sizable as the freshmanin ---' '-!'-
like we'd already been in pads for a able to put them in position better" at linebacker this year." fact but Clyatt said the tenth
week." Stevens said.' "1 really think the 9th graders are using their experienceand
.Two big linemen are already show- knowledge well.
A couple of the pops that stood out grade Is going to win some ballgames. ing the ability to push people aroundin
were dealt by monster man Tony If we can keep them out there and put practice-$ pound Donald Thorn- I' a :ivlM6fHpr I ( ; I Ia : ,

Davis. in the defensive secondary. it together they've really. got some ton and 255 pound Jamey Carver.

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I Waldo Wins Softbatt Tourney; Host Dazzlers 2nd' H'_Q' RORRMD'A REALTY ; : : _

Phone 964-770O I i : -

Waldo won the Dazzler Invitational The MVP choice was GIGi Herndon crack 6 hits for the weekend while 393 N. Temple Avenue I -i -
women's Softball tournament playedat of the champ's. The Waldo left fielder Phyllis Cuffee delivered 5., They I.
Westide Park last weekend with carried a .526 tatting average for the' rallied to'top Florida Bank 8.3 as Lisa lull**! I'rop.rIwith
the host Dazzlers of Starke taking se weekend. Blackshear doubled and singled in the :living oreo. with 200 on
cond. final two innings and then nipped the ...
The Dazzlers beat Keystone 22-3 as Slaves 15-14 as Cuffee stroked 3 hits *2 acres with 4 bedroom
Actually the Dazzlers were in the Vicky Gaines Sharon Kilby and Frit- and Hankerson and Hampton added 2 bout 'In countiy. I C __
driver's seat after winning their first zie Stoppelbetn all had 2 hits and then apiece. *3 .c.... wooded land U :

three games including a 10-5 first- topped Waldo 10-5 with Stoppelbein The Slaves and Florida Bank both 100+ feet on St. Rd. 100.

round win over Waldo, but Waldo going 3-for-4 with a double. They then won one and lost two. V. Seay hit an 10 acres with 3 bedroomcon. S
came back Sunday to top the Starke edged Pleasant Grove in the winner's even .500 ((7-14) to lead the Slaves blk. hem. I.-
girl twice for the title. bracket finals as Cookie Mundorff while Vicky Overman was at 467, *10+ acres, good area

Tlip tourney champs won three went 4-for-4. and Betty. Jean, Hudson Kelli Richards .400 and Libby owner financing. :
loses: bracket contests to get their 3-for-4. Hudgns{ .353. For the bankers Sherjl *./ acres highway 5 -I. I -
second crack at the Dazzlers- For the weekend Mundorff hit .700, Jackson Joy Maines and Gloria and frontage call for details.

eliminating Keystone 15-0 Lawtey's Hudson .545, Stoppelbein. .500, and Edith Sapp all had 3 hits. Evenlngsi Please Call
Slaves 13-t. and third place Pleasant, Pokey Jenkins .444. Brooker was eliminated in two VernlaOdom, Broker I
Grove 8-5. In the finals they downedthe Pleasant Grove had both Elaine games but got three hits from Jane GUI. Phone'...5.76.
Dazzlers 7-4 and 7-1. Hampton and Shario Jrlankerson Martin Betty Nipper, and L. Floyd. J.I. Kelly. AssociateAll f
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IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT City of Hampton ed Gulf Shore Dredging dress Is DUDLEY f. HARDY of aid property Florida.' pleading In the Office of riage has been filed publicly oponoj and
OF '''FLORIDA EIGHTH Hampton. Florida Company ESQUIRE. P. O. beirvj in the County of Unless such certificateor the Clerk of the Circuit against you HERBERT read aloud on tho following
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN The City of Hampton Is All of said property Drawer 1030 Starke, Bradford, Stato of certificate shall be Court in and lor Bradford TYSON. JR.. and you are ; :
AND; FOR BRADFORD now accepting bids for being .In the County of Florida 32091 and file Florida. redeemed according to County, Florida.. ,on or required la serve a copyof
COUNTY! their" Sanitation Contract Bradford State of the original with the Unless such certificate low the property described before September 28 your written defenses Pickup 'ruckSPVCIICOtIO"S
JUVENILE DIVISION.IN which will run from Oct. Florida! clerk of. the above styled or certificates hall be In such certificate or 1931 if any. to it on the plain
THE INTEREST OF: 1. 1981 Sept. 30. 1982. Unless such certificate court on or before redeemed according to certificates will ba sold II you fail to do '0. tiffs attorney who. :
SHARON DENISE MAR. The following stipulations or certificates shall beredeemed September II. 1981; law the properly described to the highest bidder at judgment by default will name and address Is 1. 1981 or 1982 "if
SHALL and EDNA were attached to according to otherwise a lodgement In such certificate orcertificates the court house door on be taken against you for Dudl.y P. Hardy, Esquire. available bid both
YVEtTE TUNKINS. minor the contract by the law the property described may be entered against will b. soldto the 6th day of October. ,.... relief' demanded", : '.)in '(he Pierce A Hardy M, .3 separately. I' ,
children. Sanitation Committee: In such certificate orc.rtlflcal..will you for the relief the highest trojer at .1981. *' ''--.:,";'r Perthon ,,:.. P,A.. P.O.'Orctvuer 1030.i:;'l! !2 Short wliaol bclso. .. .
: NOTICE t. Garbage must be be Sold.JUkJlhe depajn t lI .:.1 Do, I'd.lbt' THE,5fATE; OF.FLORIDA.CHARLIE weals. h.Ii4.1* .,. .t "'\' : v. ". h"."!fur 2 n.ct ;.f u9U"" : 11I 11 -K.. ., 25th day of and file the original with .
...... picked 4ian ece *\- pTalnror petition. ..
"BROWNby
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10: on the day set up by Jhe the'court house door on WitnesS my hand and S.plomber1981; : 1 August 1981.GILBERT the' Cl.rk'of the above- 4. tpood automatic
MAR" Sanitation Committee the 20th day of October seal of said Court on Doled this-3 -f\t""I\ ,.MERIt. Beuloh M S, BROWN. styled Court on or before 'transmission, .
1981. Moody. AS CLERK OF SAID October 2. 1981 : otherwise 5, Roar step, hu.pnr.
SHAlL. who. last and: the person .whose August .II. 1981. August 1981.GIIBERT .
known address was 2131 bid ls accepted 'hi case Dated this 14th day of Gilbert S. Brown. S. BROWN Clerk of Circuit Courtof COURT. a judgement maybe 6. Hearer
Mars- Street Jacl<..on.vlll. of rain the garbage can August. 1981.GIIBERT Clerk. As Clerk of said CLERK by Beuloh M. Bradford County, By : Fay N. entered against you 7, Color/ Omaha otoiujo
S. BROWN Florida.8/l34rchg 9/3, Whiteheod Deputy for the relief demandedIn profoi rod
..;Florlda. and be picked up on the next Court By: Ma lon Moody.
lAMES EARl working. day. CLERK. by Beulah M. McRae. As Deputy Clerk. Clark of Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk the complaint or peti 8. Four or SIM lylimfcr.
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Clerk of. Circuit Court 9':.1. my hand and, Kiftge" of Cliov Lu or
will 8/13
known address was 604 plastic garbage bogs) NOTICE I Florida! ltrhn FLORIDA
of Bradford County IN THE CIRCUIT the seal ol this" Coujl on Coulter Fold iiii!!ili.I I 'typo
Davis* Street Jackson be picked up. These bags OF TAKING BIDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION CIVIL ACTION .
EIGHTH
Florida. 8/27 4tchg 9/17. COURT. I. T8I. truck- '. -
vIII.,( lorlda. and must be set In the FOR APPRAISAL FOR TAX DEED Case No. 81-381 OF September ''
CIRCUIT .
JUDICIAL Roilio
As 10. *
Gilbert S: Brown
TO WHOM IT MAY driveway or same other SERVICESTHE NOTICE IS HEREBY In re: The Marriage of flORIDA. IN AND FOR .
CONCERN convenient place near NOTICE OF APPLICATION SCHOOL BOARDOF GIVEN that W.J DODD, HENRY _MACOMBER. Clerk of the Court. By: .
COUNTY. .
BRADFORD soul
The
"City
YOU ARE HEREBY the roadway., FOR TAX DEED BRADFORD COUNTY JR. the holder of the H..b'lJ. and BEVERLY CIVIL ACTION Marion McRa as' Deputy i..itho /I"*
NOTIFIED that a Petition 3 Trash (limbs, old NOTICE IS HEREBY FLORIDA will acceptsealed following certificate: hdsS''""WXCCMABER'Wifo! Clerk right ti> atn-(>t m n-
of tires, leaves etc.) will thotH,SAXON bids from Case No. 81390. 9 :34tch9924CALL |jet I any .>i all hiIs
underii ,1r'lOIIllOTfCe.OF"I
oath a copy .GIVEN. filed said certificate tat Jl" In Re: The Marriage ol City of Sfaiki* t Iliiniltf,
whlchl delivered to you be picked up by the bid, 'h. holder of the followIng qualified appraiser to a tax deed to ba 'Issuedthereon. '" > HERBERT TYSON JR.. FOR BIDS .11 rifwimN
.Mp
h.r.fth. has b..n filedin der at the discretion 'of certificates has filed appraise buildings owned The certificbte ) fO:'HNRYMACOMBER.? Husband. Sealed bids; will be ClorkItrhq. i City.
th..bbove styled Court the bidder and the Chairman said certificates for a tax by The School Board. numbers and years. of Issuance '9S Davidson Rood War received by the City 9
for the' Permanent Commitment of the Sanitation deed to b. Issued The purpose of the appraisal the descriptionof wick Rhode Island vs GWENDOLYN D, TYSON. Commissionat the City J
of SHARON Committee once a week thereon. The certificate is to aid The the property and the ,02886. of Starke. Florida at th.
DENI# MARSHALL. a I't'.tt'P ''1 ,numbers and years of Issuance School Board In determining names in which 'Wai1'' lib .,! sitt'( I J}. Wife NOTICE.OF City Hall in SIOr.....

fern child bofnS.PI. q f t ik1&3dJ/ l road Kt. ,,,the/ descriptionof the adequacy of assessed are as follows f::1MLI iYOOU-n..b.kOTIFIED SUIT Florida, until 7 00 o'clock
1967 In be ; 'f the and the the Insurance on the for on Tues.day "
b.r 19. property Certificate No. 128 'i Il,, tht,5 "II ftfitiR'1: NO PROPERTY pin "The first wealth is health.
Duval County. Flolda. 5. If the job is not com- names In which it was buildings.Not Year of Issuance 1979" 'bsoitIiSri' 61 'M'arrag. TO. HERBERT TYSON Soptoiiihor IS. 1981 al Ralph Waldo Emerson
whos natural moth.r is plet.do the saWsbi D.ss s. Dobson, and 0' W. ftbtloh'Ofalr.man. Certificate No. 101. be appraised, as some t": you in the above-named YOU ARE HEREBY bjds, 'rCl' olvod will" -bo. *
whos natural falh.r, I. the Chairman has Year of Issuance 1979 are duplicate buildings.A Lot 6 of Blk. I EM N ISO1'' tU.C.ur4.udnd* Veil ore re, NOTIFIED that on action
all.g 10 b. Charlie the right to worn the per Description of Property list of buildings with a S 236: .in E.W. Hatse,(.orl1L"I .4.dh4t'? riIt qtbpy, 10! for Dissolution of Mar.9o4523 .
Mars II. and EDNA son once and after this : ;; detailed specifications S D Ex R W Sec 32. Two ,. you. onswjerror pleading 'biph. Bryan Real I Estate
YVET E TUNKINS. a first \!Vomlnltho'; con-1 -'Corn' 200 W of NE Is available from LEN. 6 $. Rge-22. 1''('--on'\ "he"Peri1ion.. 1\0 the .

f.mo p child. born tract;" ,..Isi..,. considered, ,' ,I :,Co< **! W* of NW /. of NARD REGISTER. JR.. Name in which j f'. '. [Petiiiaiiee' .t attorney:
Augu 23. 1970 in Duval broken If the rrorf not SE'/4 of NEV and' Run S Director of Operations assess-r RICHARpE.yEHYI| P OBo .
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.d Cassandra Wallace.All : S. TEMPLE AVf.
Count Florida. whol. corrected in 9reainable' 245' W 109' N 245'. E 10V at the Operations Center of laid' 995. Starke. Florida 211 _
natu I mother I. length of to PCS En RWSec28. near the Middle School.All being' In the County properly of 32091 and file the (US 301
Doss, e Dob.a". and lime. In such case the Twp 6 S. R-22 sealed bids must 1 1prian4I ,answer orT
whos natural father I. contract will be remade Name In which a...... be received In the officeof Bradford State ell!. .' (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q)

alleged to be James Earl with:the ne.ibldder; li. ; ted Beatrice. Preston. Michael Reddish. c.- NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS
Tunkins to a Licensed line fI ." ...Ie ,, I 1AIII! of said property Director of Business ISRl1f I, iqui -
for &\ HOi Ling In' the of before 12.00 21 ;
Child placing' Agency 6. The ity ptOft County noon BRUSH I BUCKET 2 9648788.. ANYTIME
the right la re- Bradford State of September 1981. Bids
Subsequent Adoptionand reserves '
you or. hereby com I.c 1 'Y 0',oIl! >id",, .Florida.. will, be opened that I=flULKNERREA'TY bedroom frame dome MONDAY-fKIDAY '-3 p.m. SATURDAY 9-12
tnanded to be and appear 1. Must have a 'Unless' such certificateor evening at the regular walk to everything Evenings and Sundays by appointment
in the above styled covered truck. ;, certificates shall b. meeting of the ,School f 10.500. Ralph P. Bryan REALTOR
Court In Star..... Bradford Bids may be urned..!rt,.;,,, !redeemed according to Board. Envelopes shall 'NEW LISTINO-Be the 1st- -
County. Florida. on the to the City Clerk no later law the property described be clearly marked on the to see this 3 bedroom I'/t 'MOMkS: : Country privacy with city convenience! S4iI4
23rd day of S.pt.mb.r. than September 8,', 198, In such certificate, or outside that il is a sealed ;; 4.sa65 [g'If. both home Huge lot. double wide mobile home 3 BR. 2 baths central heat/air
1981 at 30PM.: .. and to at 7:30: p.m. These bids certificates will be soldto bid lor building ap screened porch. workshop. with alec,' built In appliances, spacious 11/3 acres with
show ,cause why said must not have the name the highest bidder at praisals.The ',- 1 for et.... SJ .000. plenty ef shade trees..owner" financed--price 526.000. :
Petition should not be of the bidder on them. the court house door on School Board .4 BEDROOMS-r-Thls family -
granted The Clerk will assign' a the 22nd day of reserves the fight to reject 1 I home Is In the country. It J SI. ;:2 fath black with carport and screened porch. !
WITNESS my hand as number to 'the plain September. 1981. any and all bids. has central heat I air' tbaths. H/A. large cash. kitchen with plenty cabinets nice
Clerk ol said Court and envelope they will be Dated this 3rd day of DONE this 24 August 221' lafayetteSt. Acall'rom Wishbone I acre ol land. acallan owner financed.. S3B.000.I .
Seal thereof this 19th sealed 'In and the bids August 1981.GILBERT 1981. OFFICE HOURS)** ;,.:>liu" S29.SM. '

day of August. 1981. will be opened at the S. BROWN. SCHOOL BOARD OF Monday. Friday 9 | Saturday 9 .3 EASY LIVING' -In" this 2 BR.tf I t bathblachhemewith fireplace corner lot owner

GILBERT S. BROWN. next City! Council CLERK by.Beuloh M. BRADFORD' COUNTY : ... ,I bedroom 2 bath h.", ,,. All, fln..c.d.ll27. ..800.1& ,.
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CLERK OF CIRCUIT meeting- Moody., FLORIDA.By BETWEEN STAUKI Balh. brick heme. Included.! : Crner \ A
COURT. By: Betty A. tori Brooks Clerk of Circuit Court JR. "Jim lawson. chain link '..c.., 1..131.001.17000; down Low men appliances fenced -,, ,. 2 BR Irflme, corner let. screened front porch. S22.SOO.
reec"yord.i
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Phillips Deputy Clerk. City Clerk of Bradford County; Chairman. 27 2tchgj 9 03 My payments..
j 27 4lchq9 17NOTICE S2O4tchg9IO Florida: 8, 13 4t .' NOTICE OF APPIICA. -DAY CAR CENTER Thompson, St.. Reported good In downtown. Meal for Investment er small businesses.Owner .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ceme. Terms.. DREAM-Th... bedroom*
OF TION FOR TAX DEED will sell separate end finance..Ht.OOO for bath.Formerly .
INTENTIONTO FOR TAX DEED OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT 2 full bash.. NOTICE' IS HEREBY .
NOTICE IS HEREBY Of FLORIDA. IN PRATT STREET :3 B.. IB. c.... Blk. Only S29SOO.C10SE .
REGISTER GIVEN. that ERNEST ft1RENI AND FOR. BRADFORD. GIVEN. tholH.V. SAXONthe TO EVERYTHING 351, I.%. B), Cen. ". .Family fireplace. Brick construction. Hernes 1.staurent..US :Ml South of lewtey. Ap-
FICTITIOUS HUNTER the' COUNTY' ,. holder of the follow loom Immec"I.'III'la .... Ml,100.QUALITY: ; ero*. JSO0 .". ft. Including ept: with LI. 2 1. end beth.
NAME holder of rt e 4fowinoj CIVIL ACTION' 1 Ing certificates has filed' BUILT: -Family' CH/A. rest rooms 440. ft. on UO 301. Plenty, ef perkingpace.
certificates has filed sold c. .No. 81-358 : said certificates for a 10.. I FOR PRISON EMPLOYEES -, Between Sterke' ream private office. 1 BR. S110.000.
Pursuant to Section certificates- for o tan In Re: The.Matte..of the deed to be Issued end leke Butler:One acre with Ill IB mobile home Air 2 beth,'central. h..t' air,
1863.09, Florida deed to be ,Issued Adoption of TABITHA thereon. The certificate co..I.. ........ Partially furnlsh'ed '.so. with good terms. 12.500, Four furnished rental l""it'lc1d( be> home end 3 rentals).
{ Statutes. notice Is certificatenurnb.rt numbers and years. of issuance ,4 Prospector.' reotel! inceme epprei..SsMO _": SSO.OOO. ,
thereon. The, IVNN.REHM ". -EXCIlltNf CONDITION 1V4V mobile END YOUR IACH'witlthis
hereby given that the' and ef Issuance. .. the description heme. Cen.heet "
I undersigned. DON L. the year descriptionof NOTICIOPSUIT of the property and the end .I,,;nice one acre tract.WE home In the country. It LAND.. 4 wres I., city. $14.000. ,/
|HILL. Rt. 1. Box 261. the names. In, which it was has 3 SRt baths, beautiful 3 ee,.. |ust .ut .. <.... some financing. XQ the" poperloncl PROPERTY HAVE SEVERAL nice homes, In tewn from
1 Keystone Heights. Fl which It- -\ :'assessed are as follows! 'priced kitchen? fa* Morn Near leurei Chursb. I.U acres, $1.000.: /: /,
|32656. sole owner do- names assessed In are as follows was TO. VERNON1 MOtLEY, Certificate Nor 127. '".000 and up. Call. te ...- assumable mortgage ol LAW1IY AliAs. ...,.... Tecres.. .S59.Approx.. S
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Bmg' business und.r the)' Certificate No. 34.. address unknown: Year ol Issuance 1979 "FARMS FOR SALE With smeller!: large .cr_,.. Some '*!... foe D.... | $.000. ec.\B.'! \ -:: '-" .:'i. ;)I ,
firm name of Hill' Year. of Issuance 1979' '. Description of ProperSW.olNE'.E .' with CHICKEN OPERATIONS. BEAUTIFUL!, tAi LOTS. up -j e.Ie2Secr$3.G0. !ac'.. oJ
SECURITY SERVICE. Description of Proper"Com YOU ,ARE HEREBY "' I !301' NORTH AND SOUTH Prime business, locations! building, lots,) S ecreCartels ,. :X.rro? :;. ffJ uVTot '
1520 3. Walnut St.. 21. in 4"- -tell for Inferno- Wl UiTINGS-tAU All YOUR REAL
hat action
NOTIFIED on
lor..... Fl 32091 intends 01 SW cor of SW.......'for'Adoption of Tabilha SW Cor < Ex RW also Ion.. f It J U s.._ n (: said Apartments Par tent ..'' \ .. .
to ,register HI208.1' Parcel m SW. of SI_ ofNE' .Jt .111 \
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fictitious' name under for P09. cont iffy- as Desc In OR Bk Property Menegement. ServicesAppraisals' A. G.iis4'.p1I2.3IlKey J! t. I *' AFHt HOURS ;(
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he foresaid provisions ,,ol. 208.77 Ely IDS1.. Sly era f equlred to serve a 108 Pg 218 Decs Off C. WMersr>'''-'''l.. ES} *. 5ZSZU4M14 \ ':!*"'I"ti*; ) : p : fitewlawd .
statute. of 208.T. Wfy I05- to POor ,copy of, .'your' written 108-218. Sec 32 Twp 6 S. 11,....Stwe4ey7..473-3044. .. .-r/$ ,.. ... -A.kaC. kI..i .;,;)b.LVs.te-.,. ,
Dated. 'this 3rd A.D1981 day 123-$.' Sec: :33 T-3-3.. defenses. It any ta II. on R22.Name fuse. 1*. '...",_,-..ALTOI.'..." Patsy law..n-'44-4927.. OIfIc..ifII -- 141-1225 '64-7..4U ctI
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assess* Irene 1. '_Ik_. Rf.ALToa.ASSOClATI..2L"IIt.It t
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Buddy 71 rad4dirdHlgWSCiiccrleadCr" .' :*. : a'JV

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Ceilings Leading cheeq's for junior varrii! >:'

Luck athletic events. plus .performing;;
{b' eh pep rallien'and other1'activities. wllt1I.
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i \ cM ". ado junior varsity cheerleaders.(**
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"\'. around clockwise: :' Kltri BrolQfiP:
sport : llttor.r F llOm. Lad Ann Jorttftl
..--. .. Melanie. Wood. Mashell Brown. 17MN'f'
.. Thornton (captain). Rhonda SUp'p'
co-captain);. Tanja Klgby. Val; 1e
,4 The bubble burst for Donnie Sewell and those of us who were hoping with him .s.sor Randolph. Michelle Stillwell. W:;!'I*
that he could make it with the Miami Dolphins this year. The girls said Summer I9NI wuil'' 'a
Monday on the last day for the National Football League's final cut Donnie busy one for them with regular praSc
1 1Jfi was one or the last five Dolphins waived. The possibility still exists that the ,y :, tlce. several clinics,and cheerleudnj: .j
former Tornado and Georgia Tech tight end could be picked up by another NFL, 1, fJ:
, team for this season. Or he could give it another shot with Miami or another; On June 8-. they traveled to Iluis'j4 i' :;
i } i club next year. Efforts to reach Sewell in Miami were unsuccessful we don t ., ,ton and Brooker to give clinics tajt'II
I y, know of his plans. c 0 girls ages HJ and also assisted' tfie't
1 Dolphin spokesman Charley Callahan said that in his press conference Monday varsity cheerleaders with a clftilc
Coach Don Shula said that if third-year tackle Cleveland. Green's injured ,, held at the BUS gym In July. In fcjMV*
: { knee doesn't respond well to treatment and Sewell clears waivers the Dolphins they taught the future cheerleud'4"
,,( might just invite Donnie back. "But that's all doubtful," Callahan said.., cheers, chants stunts nove(
, J E, r routines. Recognition was given Ut
...Now in the good news department: former Tornado shortstop Kenny Clark y each: clinics to the outstanding par.
passed his first test in the trip to the major leagues of baseball.Kenny got word ticipant. .
this week that he's been assigned to the Atlanta Braves instructional league The girls attended the Nlltiogltll>?
roster for the coming instructional season. It means he reports back to Cheerleading Association Camp A
Florida's west coast for baseball from September 9 through October with a the University of South Florid In
team that will include Brave farmhands from the Rookie League level up Tampa. August 7-10. and there learned -
"f through double-A and triple-A. Then he'll be home up until about March when r many new cheers: chants Htuiits.
.t' the 1982 season gets going... etc:. The girls agreed that the hours of
.' practice and learning were very worthwhile
i. i ifcM ..There won't be any winter Softball in Ralford as had been planned Just not and provided an opportunity!
: \ enough interest says Rita Rogers... for the 1.000 participants! to gctot
SJt! know each other. The five r.turn)g t
the. All Sports Club Needs Materials... cheerleaders: and five rookies gas'I

Cr,; Bradford High's parent-volunteer All Sports Club has undertaken a couple of 4tt e very Impressive performances 9iuf?"
Fr projects this summer under the direction of President Bobby Shannon and t received two excellent ribbons "Jlil'':
Co could use some help in finishing them up. I3 two superior ribbons! vf
For one an expansion on the press box at Bradford Stadium is on the drawing ,. IK i p,' Sponsor Debbie High j in p r;n1
iI1 1 board but more plywood sheets are needed to extend the press box out.Also the y a ,>, ywr'w+a, ticlpated In many InforinatrvC"
I "eagles nest"on top used for filming games and for coaches: is due for repair. meeting and coordinated the trip Jtyr/
gn! The club is also remodeling its concession stand. The inside has already been the girls. She attended'rlas>.cd IIU u t"* ;
fit.' spruced up with grey paint and ceiling work is being done and the window received a superior ribbon.
counters are now formica-topped much easier to wipe off. The Inside counters tk L'ti/f I ?:';'
will soon be getting the same treatment and Shannon said he's working to get ,, .J.rfJ1WEN0TS
'iii some fill-dirt around the stand to make the area more attractive. He also ...... .'i.
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hew are mentioning as possible class AAA state champions this yearGainesville if
.e High School (October 15 at Florida Field) and Palatka (Sept. 25 at home). 9 )>
Defending state champ CHS has massive offensive linemen Rusty Watson urlt"Af
g ((6-3.270)), and Bubba Dukes (6-4,250) to go along with one of the state's finest ;j ::'P
W'' quarterbacks in Vernell Brown (8-1 178). ;
\ Once again Palatka (10-1 in 1980)) features speed to burn but the Panthers
fa may be loaded elsewhere as well. For one they will be bigger than last year with .!; : ;(
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gc an offensive line that Coach Bob Lyle says goes 250.240.210. and 209. Put super- ", .., ... L 'f',' .... .', '.r, .... ,,' / ."," ,", ..' :
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8 have been 17-4 over there the last two years Tornado Coach David Horse,says .it.d;
,.u. Williams is without a doubt the best back in northeast Florida and probably the
... best in the state.
r! Now all that sounds pretty rough for BUS especially when you consider HAMBURGERS ? g:
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st It's worth remembering that Bradford gave both those schools tough times on &
the gridiron last year when BHS was just 3-7.Gainesville had to work to beat the .
ot Tornadoes 7-0 here in Starke and Palatka just did escape 27-20 In Palatka.m ARE FRESH NOT FROZEN. .
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"Everybody said it was going to be a picnic well that was no picnic" tidal
cl: Gainesville High Head Coach Jim Roundtree said of last season's GHS-BHS I ,
m game.Hurseconcurswith. f ti !UJ '11'\''''t '' ..LIilIJA:
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pi, very tough ("they're real physical") along with Live Oak. which returns some t I :
14 starters: and Middleburg. the second year school that has all its starters .)1p4 .l.
1:1: returning. Bradford visits St.Augustine Oct. 9, hosts Live Oak Nov 6. and visits I !;q
Middleburg Nov. 20. Santa Fe,which comes to town October 2, has 12 returning ..,\.., 9art1J
I starters in the fold and Gainesville's Roundtree says the Raiders have as much teM
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C. The Starke Women's Tennis League Excercise classes! for women will AIN'T NO
C will be getting started again this begin again Tuesday Sept. 8, at 9:30:
( month with the first get-together set a.m. in the Old Armory. 4
for Monday September 14, to talk Classes will be held every Tuesday
r about league organization. and Thursday mornings from 9:30: to '
-I All women who have tennis ex10:15: a.m. for regular classes and ;
Ii; perience and are interested in playing from 10:13: to 11 a.m. for aerobic 1I9iSOHa
i are asked to come to the Pratt St. dance. There is no charge, students
Courts on the 14th. and bring your should dress accordingly.Men's .
gear if you want to hit some.
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formed initially with a doubles league FlagMeeting \
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Men's Flag Football will be held at 7 Elure
Starke Elks Lodge No. 1802 came in p.m. Thursday night Sept. 10, in the 'I i : rrJV
second in a recent Softball tournaOld Armory.
ment to add a trophy to the lodge's If you plan to have a team in the 1GO ;

trophy small case.reception was given at the tative league a MUST team attend.manager League or represenA fees.- ; ELSE.: ::

lodge hall after the team's win with rules scheduling etc. will be discuss r \. 'f .f
Walter Frich in charge of youth activities ed. /T. i > "':

John Warren donated the hot Football .
dogs and cooked for the youth Flag .JI. I \
A steak cook-out was held at the Registration Underway '.f ,

lodge Saturday. August 22 with Registration for Youth Flag Foot ,.
potatoes and salad furnished by the ball is underway and !is .
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I Obituaries Church News. Dedan Baptist Homecoming Presbyterian YouthThe

." .: :: Rev. John Hendry Pastor at Dedan Youth of the Starke
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Orle Wiggins" .. Bradford "' '''."" .""..,.., Baptist ..c urch. announcesHomecoming First Presbyterian Church will
Masonic Lodge, the meeting will begin at 7:30: p.m. will be. held ,t the
Former Clfy Councilman Survivors Include his wife Laura L. The meeting this month will feature a church Sunday. September 6. celebrate the beginning of the new
Orte Alva Wiggins, age 7 are' 37S. Hemingway"WilMins-two daughtersMrs. Christian music ministry a sharingof Sunday school will be at 10a.m. school year with a skating party at
Thompwn St..Sta, e, died tfhggrxlaymorning Peggy A. Neel, jWrsrSusnn.F: ,.. ''', testimonies of what Christ, has done worship Services at 11 .:m. the Skating Palace in Gainesville. All
Aug. 27, 188T, at"Ws home Nichols both of Starke three sonsRoBerTAof i in the lives of members and vIsltorS' ', "The Glad Reunion" will provide a Interested youth-in'grades' 6.12 are
following a long, illness.. .' .WJdorfJjflcL.| James L. 'and a speaker. Our speaker ttll ,i musical program in music .and song: cordially incited. We will meet at the
.Mr. Wiggins,son of Herman B. and of Jacksonville and Dav t'Eugene of month comes from Ocala;His name i and a covered dish luncheon will be Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. Sun.
Ida.... Wiggins,was born Oct.3, 9O6., Fairburn, Ga., a sister Mrs. Mary : Dennis Camp and he will share box? ., served in the fellowship hall af noon. 'day September 6th, and return to thechurch
in.Taylor, F|. Since the age of 12 Mr. Williams, Hampton' one granddaughter he has come into a closer fellowship*!I I All members are urged to attend by 8:30: p.m. After skating, we
Wiggins was,a resident of Starke. and five grandsons. with the Lord, and found the "more". '' and visitors are welcome. plan to stop ana eat supper at BurgerKing.
fi was accountant Funeral services were conducted at that he 'of f.'* .
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manager of Andrews Ford Co. for 32, 11:00 a.m. Sat. Aug. 29 In the First Wi God. Dennis Is married haa)2) 'r
year and .accountant for Bishop Baptist Church of Starke with Rev. children and received the baptism Old Re-El e
Telephone Co. and ContinentalTelephone Norman Redding and Rev. Ben P. ., k the Holy Spirit in 1973. He is one of then. .
Co. for 13 years., Bryant officiating. Interment was in owners of II,S. Camp and Sons,whip lJ:
Always a civic minded Individual,, Crosby Lake Cemetery under the '! IIj serves a large part of Florida;.' Vernon
Wiggins served as a city commissioner direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Visitors are welcomed as well 'a S'. -
for 19 years, two of which he Home Starke. families. All are invited to share .
was.cheirman. Wiggins was always j inspirational testimony and thl' '
for,an independent Starke,. keeping New Zion Cemetery ."'--- of God's Blessings. : SltCOXCity ,
the city power system as opposed to DennlVCamn I "
selling to another system. Through celebrates 25th year ,- United I'f'ntecostall'hurch
hid. efforts the Bradford County The New Zion Cemetery in Lulu will Full Gospel Business 204 N. Water St. M4-742Q: /.
Library stands where it is today. be celebrating their 25th anniversaryof Mens Kev.0.1..Wells, pastor
FellowshipThe
Wiggins was a member of FirstBaptist the annual homecoming Sunday, Friday-7:30: youth service.
Church, a former trustee, Sept. 13,with services beginning. at 11 Starke Chapter of the Full Saturday-7:30: bake sale flea ,
Sunday\ ) School superintendent and Gospel Business Mens Fellowship will market.
member of the building committee. a.m.Their will be a special song service 'hold its monthly meeting at the Sunday-10:00: Sunday School,7::30. Commissioner'G'roup
Wiggins was also a member of the following dinner on the grounds. Western Steer Family Steakhouse at Evangelistic Service.
.,,' Come and bring a basket lunch and 6:30: p.m. Saturday night September5th. TuesdaY-9:00 Ladies Prayer .
enjoy the fellowship and singing. The dinner will begin at 6:30 andAugust Meeting. 4
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."' By Dolores Meng Welcome 30, at St. Edward's Catholic Students in the 6th and 7th grades
Jr, Phone 4(8-1915 Newcomers welcomed to the Church in Starke. Reverend Father have the opportunity to buy or rent instruments
*' Hampton Lake area recently were Edward Rooney'performed the for this class which' is He considers it an honor and
Senior Cithens Club Lane and Sandy Clark, Kevin, a 5th ceremony. given every school morning.On .
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club grader, and Deborah who is 4. They Serving as godparents were Alfonso Fridays Mrs. Sharon MacNeil privilege to serve
plans their first fall meeting for Fri- formerly lived In Covington,Ga. Laneis Taibi and Sandy Wozinsky of Queens conducts music classes for you.
daySeptember, 4,at 2 p.m. in the City the son of Mrs. Wilma Clark. We Astoria, New York. Kindergarten through 7th grades.
Halll: Their meetings are fun for hope-'they' are all happy and suc- Among guests present were Aman- School Holiday
everyone and all over 50 are cordially cessful here.Back da's parents, her sister, Kelli, her Labor Day, Monday; September 7,
invited to attend. To School grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James will be observed as a school holiday Your Vote and Support
The Starke Senior Citizens Club will Joe Meng returned to Chattanoogaon Griffis, Sr., and her great grand for teachers and students.
meet on Tuesday, September 15. at 1 August 26 where he Is a student at mother Mrs. Mary Taibi.
p.m. at the Recreation Department. Tennessee Temple. Following the ceremony a receptionfor Will Be Greatly AppreciatedREMEMBER
Many of the Hampton members at- Visiting family members and friends was "Nothing shows a man's
tend and enjoy these meetings also. Kenny Clark arrived home from held at the home of Mrs. Taibi. character more than what
Woman's Club Bradenton Sunday, where he is work- Refreshments included a cake he laughs at." Goethe

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p.m. in the City Hall. All interested celebrated his 18th birthday on At the baptism Amanda was ._ ''
women of the area are invited to attend August 16. presented with a candle and a baptismal -' : \
Ruth Meng celebrated her birthdayon cloth as a gift from St.' Ed-
BookmobileThe August 29. She and Paul spent the ward's Church. This was hand made i
Bradford County Bookmobile is weekend visiting their children, Mr. and embroidered by Mrs. Antoinette 4'
available every Tuesday from 12:30 and Mrs. Kenny McClure Kasey and Coss.,
until 2:30: p.m. for the convenience of Ryan in Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. On August 14 Amanda celebratedher cI
the community.. Bill Meng, Dana and Michael in St. 2nd birthday with party where PHOTO
Hospitalized Petersburg. friends joined her at the home of her
Our former postmaster, Mrs. Mary Happy Birthday to E.W. Hodges, parents. The Miss Piggy theme was
Williams, is a patient in Room 217 at Jr., who celebrated on September I. used in cake and other party decora-
North Florida Regional Hospital in Mary Ann Parmenter celebratedher tions. + '
Gainesville. If you connot visit her, a 17th birthday on September 2. Dink Baker was also honored at the
card or letter will cheer her. Scott Clark who is busy trainingrace reception on the occasion of his 25th _
Birthdays horses in Indiana had his 19th birthday on August 30. His mother-in-
Denise Curtis celebrated her 10th birthday on September 2. Hope he is law Mrs. Anna Claytoh made a 4
birthday on August 29. On August 29 feeling fine. special cake for him.
Cindy Frey celebrated her 10th birth- Graham News Hampton Elementary School 1
day. Verdis Hawkins celebrated her Amanda Nichole Griffis, daughterof Band Director Mike Woodfin is
birthday on August 30. Happy Birthday Danny and Kathy Griffis of again offering beginner band coursesat \ t:"
to Andy Hall who was 5 years old Graham, was baptised Sunday, Hampton Elementary School. '. : 'JJ?
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baby daughter, Ester Renee, born Slash pine cones'Iw 0t
August 4. 1981 at Monroe Regional .
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Hospital in Oc i4.She,weighed 7 Ibs,3 Any amountbeginning y ,, ....,.;;, ''J .._
ozs and measured"20" long. '-
She Joins David, age 5,Mark who is September 5. 11)I'I. /
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Maternal grandparents are Willie J.L. Waters, i)
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The Bradford County Courthouse There was no one happier that
certainly came to life Thursday with Sanders' secretary Sharon Coston, Y''r I r
the call from the governor announc who had been waiting by the phone
ing the appointment of Judge Elzie while Sanders took a vacation.
Sanders as circuit judge. This Is a Sanders was born in Nashville, Ga., 4 +aI
new position created by the son of John A. and Eva Coppage
legislature based on information pro Sanders, married Sandra Poynter
vided the Supreme Court showing the April 25, 1962. They have two boys s
need for an additional judge. Benjamin Eric born In 1969 and
Sanders was near speechless, when Meredith Paul born in 1971. Sanderswas
asked for a comment his first words educated at Jacksonvlle University -
I. '' were "Gosh, gosh. What a wonderful and the University of Florida,
: way to celebrate age 42, his birthday was admitted to practice law In
1. was Aug. 20, after 9 years as county Florida in 1968. From 1968-72 Sanders
I th judge. This extends to me the oppor- had a general legal practice In

I w tunil10 serve a greater number of Starke. Mrwn...,. i
\ r1 people and to serve the people of --

.! Bradford County who elected me. I Sanders is a member of St. Marks Irene Roberson clowns around with Walter Illse and Minnie Marconny. both
.fb.,{", see this position as an opportunity to Episcopal Church, serving as Senior residents at the nursing home.
service the people. I hope to serve Warden. He served as Bradford
t.l with the honor and tradition of the circuit County Zoning Board attorney
J::1 court." 1970-72, Hampton City attorney .; I
1971-72, Instructor in Police Stan- Music to Their EarsThe
I dards Course 1974 and 76. He is a II
ri ,RJI',1', member of the Eighth Judicial Cir I

I cuit Bar Association and The Florida residents of the Starke Nursing dorf got in on the act with Spanish
i I Bar. Sanders is a democrat, a Home enjoyed an evening of fun, food, melodies. Mrs. Shirly Locker and Billy
member Starke Golf and Country entertainment and mostly music McRae sang gospel, as did soloist I
Club, member Board of Trustees, with friends and Gene the .
Tuesday August 25, Murphy, Calvary Baptist "' .
\, Bradford County Historical Society family members. Singers, and the Pine Hill Church F L :f',,
since 1970 Board of Governors Brad-
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Nearly 100 people participated a youth singers. r'Y. ,
ford County Chamber of Commerce r,1,
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family get-together that featured ) .
'Ito. since 1973. Served USNR Aviation l .' .
as music and song by talented Food prepared by the staff and ,,.,,
SJ.",| Machinist Mate Two (turbo-jet engine volunteers. Included was solos, family was enjoyed prior to the enter- .yx :"r ,_ .. r

the .. .., mechanic) 1961-68, Bradford County gospel sings, and a clown act by Mrs. tainment.The .
Fair Association 1974-7S. Starke Irene Roberson. Two residents, staff is planning another evening Shirly Locker, left and Bill McRae add heir talents to the evening of entertainment -
Cr'Fr.<. Jaycees President 1970-71( and Boardof Bessie Wilden and Margie Holtzen- of this type for Christmas. while Ida Grlzzel tens onj
9 Directors 197172. Starke Rotary r.... .- ,
Co Club Board of Directors 1976-77 and

i president During his 197980.spare time Sanders enjoys I 'if ii i iI iI

hlin gardening, house remodeling- i
woodworking, skiing, and golf. t I
tI.8. Sanders was one of eight applicants t .n r,
for this position. His appointive term i t,
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SUIca The new appointment is effective 'q t1r
nrl Judge Elzie Sanders September I.I 1. n. w

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he Southside School is off to a great The first PTA meeting of the school
start for the 1981-82 school year with year will be at 7:30: p.m., Tuesday, S. ,
vwl 623 students registered as of August September 22, 1981. Parents and guardians r, w fl" 'F ,
pot 28. Southside welcomes three new Ti- are asked to mark their calen- ; 1 ? 1 at
>|i. tie I teachers, Sonya Baldree, Tina dars for this important first meeting ; ;
e Brown and Kathy Register; one new with their child's teacher. There will ,
fa first grade teacher, Dee Canova and be a short business meeting followedby b4 ,
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gc welcomes back Mary Agnes an open house; at this time parentsare 4j4s g r, fS.
p( Ferguson, who will be teaching encouraged to visit their student's ,. '
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theory and application as practiced textbooks, supplies and tax forms C.Signature Initial of Issuing '. 'Illelo ,. "."
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a classroom lecture on each subject school. Certificates and 7.5 continuing .: 1:. :< Iciii : 1:1'
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v and practice problems at every education units will be awarded 2' '_ ___ :iJ' ,. ,,"
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are programmed upon successful completion of the ..
.1\ teach students increasingly complex course. of II.ct.r HAMPTON $BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ;

c tax problems as study progresses Registration forms and brochuresfor \ SEPTEMBER tf,111i ,., .
Students will find the course both interesting
( the income tax course may be obtained
;'a and challenging. by contacting the H It: R Block OFFICIAL BALLOT .. t', "". : :.::.f't

td{q I restrictions Anyone may or enroll.qualifications.There are no office at 964 N. Temple Ave., FIRST PRIMARY r i ... ._$- "" 'Signature of ftt't.tfr: -- -II\.N\-- '%'' ':'.o_:. gF'
telephone( 9648286. GENERAL .
,8d, Udss I +.nq" ELECTION > _,. S r 'Initials fif ''
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STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA :j. t .S" WingOffievr v,;; :
NOTICE TO :: 1981 .' }; s o.! .-1 ',' .' .
ROAD CONTRACTORS 5t SEPTEMBER 8. rInitiols '4 \ : '. ,> ; :.
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Sealed Bids will be received in the County Commission r, i1g rl,!," \"" .

I I Room at the Bradford County Courthouse in Starke, '",.$;,; ', I1EGt'IIK: ; FI.F11.1'1oN': : : '' f .'.". ; :

.. Florida, until 10:00: a.m. on September 14, 1981 for road OFFICIAL BALLOT h5, ; S HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA'.;I"t.: ;

construction to be performed on various city streets in FIRST PRIMARY .'. ." SIPTEMBER -. 951- '.VIt
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Starke and parking areas at the Courthouse and at the ".'. .:: : ,>

County Road Department. GENERAL ELECTION, ';.,. .' ;f""l \%Lb'J: .. .'. : I

The type of work will be resurfacing, applying an STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ;.' I .l. ; ;'. ,4 1':' .ai:, ,' *. .' Initials_ :' of 1.b Issuing
SEPTEMBER I, 1981 lit 'I J ..'
asphalt hot mix surface as; T'w .' L r (ffin'r
course on new limerock base \ "
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constructing approximately 124 feet of 6"X18" Con- '.
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vote 'z.
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0" .m. \ t ballot, mark" a Cross (X) in ...f'
crete Curb.Complete. til* squ.r..t. th. RICH, SA4T' ...'. poron for whom you d..I,. to .v', 1, xrte'

specifications and maps are on file in the vot. r( (Stub N0.2)' | h': ; ..r r

Clerk's office in the Courthouse in Starke and may be ob- CITY tURK '. ". :,..:.. .r'r.'n. ,. .. .... ... . ... .f'11.t';'r'' : 'r ...
tained from the Clerk. For Two Years Vote For 'On. .; :> 5> !P f.' i"J.: .

All bidders must ba praquallfiad with the Florida Department -- -_J.E.,,MILLIGAN._-- --. -- ---.--.. _.. .-, ----..;.."-. \ii', [It".,,,:, ,T. ,,r." t : (::1'f'). UIAT11)'i..; ..,: ;, ) : U"jC
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Florida 32091.) '*' CHIEF OF POLICE ', > ftJ I .'...r $''d, < '',L.r.ayCITY ,, .'

Either a cashier's check bid bond For.Two Years |",,' ;. Vote .For' On. : i'"ifh. .-
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Five percent ((5%) of the total bid shall each JIMMY BOWEN {\II '_ ... ( ", ... ,
accompany .. -- -. '\.-' -...-.. .- "_..rof' ,.'t-, .,.'"1 .r.. .1?ritt t Mork on X by four of the Condidot.s'Of: : Your ..holc. For
bid '
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The successful bidder will be ;,y }j b'" t ; J .
required to furnish a Per- .'fJ4'i' COMMISSIONER '*.'' ; )
formance Bond to the County Engineer, prior to beginning lot4- GROUP. 2 Vj : II ri ; '
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work and other reports such as'Design Mix; Extrac- _. --- -.- .. .' .-- .. ... v .' .,...-t.- ...\S S ...t't...:.7 "f" JOHN EVANS. { P PJUNE '

tion Tests, Marshall Stability Reports, Density Tests anda -CHARLES--- --SCHAEFER----..- -. ...,""!' .- ,_. .. -.,,/.. ... ". S'!'.,'i'vII. ; < HADDOCK: '. ''., '.' ,jG. 11-' .
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A Formal contract will be prepared by the Attorney : ,
County ..... ( COMMISSIONER CROUP 1" :'. '."
between the Bradford County Commission and ForTwoY.ars ,, _, .,A::4.."" .. ; .. .
the successful bidder, prior to commencement of work. -'- R-? (DAtiN'i); il R"'jHK-i'Jf: ." """ "1'. y DUANt M i2E' \!:!{. a
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byMarkFrledlin the nation on a sound conservation More than 100 different types of proJects were one of the most Important things
Lake Region Monitor M program that expanded our timber were carried out by the CCC during the CCC accomplished, Thomas>'s.
resources, increased recreational and "No one could tell me there isn't a
e i Civilian: ons rvation Corps SE9name op its period of activity among "
,t' ?' rings'a bell with manyj."I. portunities for future generations and the more important were the plantingof need for these services today,
'0 Wr folks'' whO ''lived through the"jtression w reduced the heavy annual toll taken more than 650 million trees in the Thomas said.destructive -
of the 1930's: but its'mean-:, by forest fires,disease pests soil erosion
e$;;tnay be ),osl,,JMtounger genera 4t III IIII and floods." "Who do you think planted most of the pine forest we ---

'brt, ,), I I 'I r "In the beginning one of our are using for houses and paper products today" one of "
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It( several> former members\ of the 4 i oa l primary tasks was to"try to stop the the former CCC member asked.
> the is idea dust bowl conditions in the Midwest
CC< $\ though Corps an
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by planting a vast 'tree belt' to stop
whose time mar have. again.
The CCC w.s''.established come' by ,Jtr11 ...I methods the erosion caused by poor planting nation's forests, 45,000 miles of fires, floods and insects
Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1932 as a I r employed in those days. telephone lines completed and over
response to the worst economic crisis Thomas said. "Our drainage projects two million check dams to control erosion (In a second installment in this
this country has ever experiencedthe alone saved"hundreds of farms from series, the modern day efforts to reestablish
Great Depression devastation. The strengthening of forest and the CCC today Mill he
; + park services against the terribly discussed in detail.The Kditon
Almost two mlliori( young men out The CCC turned almost half a
of work and without hope in that bleak billion acres into a vast workshop for
period of history found in the CCC a the unemployed and the results are
chance to bailerthemaelvea with a .w still being felt today. ...
steady Job and an opportunity to help & III ,r ---- -- ...- -.-. -
their country as well, '. "Who do you think planted most of
I ,J the pine forests we are using for.
Thomas J. Thomas of Penney /, houses and paper products today
Farms and Bob-Menor of Jackson Thomas said.
.AC: ..
ville Beach were leaders and a ;

spread founders across of many North of the Florida CCC camps and Old Ideas )Have Value for Today... Mr. Thomas speaks from ex
perience. He was in charge of more
South Georgia in those dark days. ....say two former CCC workers who claim the Civilian Conservation Corps ,,than 13 camps across the country in
They think the CCC or somethingvery taught the work ethic In the 30's and could do so again today his time and saw the results first Terwillegar
much like it, may work wonders Thomas J.Thomas, left headed the building of IS CCC camps in Florida and hand. He helped establish one of the
today. Thomas headed the building of Georgia. Ralph Menor Is a former CCC corpsman who now travels the state first CCC camps at Gold Head State
what is now Gold Head Branch State establishing alumni clubs. Branch Park on SR-21 north of MotorsPresents
Park.
Keystone Heights.

"Young people today need to "The men worked for$23 per month
establish" some kind of work ethic when the second World War absorbed only(25 per month made a lasting im I and were required to send$20 of that A Quality SelectionOf
again, Thomas says. "Especially in many of its members into the armed pact on4he national park service and back to their parents.;Thomas said.
the ghettos the slums, the poorer services. many agricultural areas of the coun "I've often wondered how many "One Owner" VehiclesAt
parts of the country. I really believe a try. families survived. because of that
program like the CCC would be a monthly check.
Launched
1933
on April as a move Affordable Prices
great thing for thousands of kids today to alleviate distress caused by "Lets face facts," Thomassaid..
whose" only alternative is in the massive unemployment through the '"Some of these men were starving- The U.S. Army was the only
streets. establishment of a' great chain of and had no hope of a job. The CCC ac organization at the time that was
camps where young men would workon complished two great things- gave, ,equipped to handle such a large group G&E' IRRG'
The CCC accomplished amazing of and when the ended in
an forest and J men camps
q park conservation proJests these meh something to live for and
amount"good works"in its heydayon the CCC.won instant approval they accomplished an incredible ,,1942, many promptly enrolled in the ,
conservation projects drainage from the public and the armed forces to fight for their country
press. amount of good work for their country i
systems for farming areas, the creation {,overseas.
at the same time: 1980 Ford Fairmont 4 Dr station
of recreational areas in some of
was
+II The need so great for a program
('' this nation's most scenic parks. of its kind at the time that "The CCC was really the beginningof "The camps really instilled the Wagon, 6 cyl. w/auto. trans., power steering &
The CCC was the first of several so- enrollment in the camps approached the conservation movement in this ,work ethic into those young men," brakes air cond. & tinted glass, interior decor
called national recovery organizations half a million within the first three country," he continued. These: : Thomas recalls. "When the Camps
j' set up by FDR following his in months of operation. young men were idle through no fault ''ended their heads were held high group, AM/FM stereo, luggage rack, one
auguration in 1933 and was so successful of their own;discouraged,out of work ,again and they were ready to face the owner like new w/14,800 miles Compare New
the program lasted until 1942. ,Young men working for> wages of and their efforts in the camps started i world" '9295.
.. $689500
Sale
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.... ., r 1981 F250 Custom. Pickup, .' .m: ..
7 t T ,N ...WB300; : 1Ji".CYJ'9: $ ?:.dr1yBT4ipeed> ; trans., power steering power
brakes, West Coast mirrors, 7.50x16 8 ply tires
w/spare, AM radio, step bumper knit seat
Ml* f m, & $&* IMS* gauges, tape stripes 4,000 miles (still under

factory warranty). Compare New '9295.
Rebate '700" $ g CJk O R O O
Sale OS O


G' 1980 Chev. Monza 2 Dr. 4 cyl., 4
WASHERDRYERSALE speed, air cond., tinted glass dual mirrors.

bodyside & wheel moldings, bumper guards
power steering power brakes, AM radio.
14,000 miles, one owner local car.
5995
WASHER LHA5300tqOQQO Sale,


b v iTteSS! y w/trade SO OBTUiHr.ALL fICTfft 1980 PintO 3 Dr. Hatchback auto.
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HIGH-EFFICIENCY .
115 volt Deluxe trans., air glass, WSW radials power steering -
DRYER LDE5750$24goo Front. .
a-epead'fan Energy Saving now
I Options(intermittent Ian and adjustable AM/FM stereo interior. decor group, to-
thermostat) -way air direction. ON tone paint 17,000 miles.
Exhaust control Insta-Mounl'lor last SALE, S4495
installation COMFORT GUARD Sale
ECONOMICAL GAS DRYER $30 more w/trade control: helps maintain comfort level)

you selectModel AHF-PSIE2' $19 goo 1980 Oldsmobile Omega -4 Dr. v-e

engine, 4 speed trans., AM radio, air cond..
Whirlpool' tinted glass WSW tires, bodyside moldings
GAS GRILL clean economy car.
** ( SALE
f 5695
g1e- ,
+ SUftlfttEREND ALL G.E. Sale,

AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER CLOSE 'COLOR TV ON 1978 Oldsmobile Omega 4 or. V-6

OUT ON ALL SALE engine w/auto. trans., air glass power steering
ON$AlE! GRILLS power brakes, AM/FM radio.


10% ABOVE COST Sale $349500
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1977 F250 Custom PiCkUp -
I cab 139" W.B. 4 speed

NOT3CEI11 "Creeper" trans., power steering, power
"' brakes air cond., tinted glass step bumper.
ALL FLOOR. SAMPLES ON ALL fresh paint 48,000 miles perfect for camper or

ws'-V-w-S- 9ALBSIS CHEST trailer towing. Sale $ J& O fik 500TERWILLEGAR

: GAS AND ELECTRIC RANGES AND

i REF.-FREElER, T.V.'s WASHERS, UPRIGHTFREEZERS

y DRYERS, MICROWAVE OVENS

GAS GRILLS & FISH. ,COOKERS..! ON SALE -.

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PageZB Beptember3,1981Obituaries .. ., ...., ,- ., ." .. ." ,, 'I'

Card of ThanksThe .
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_ recent bereavement which has
visited our home has brought to us a The Incredible Month of Savings From
Ralph Edward Taylor Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. greater appreciation of our friends.
Black of Lake Butler; Such thoughtfulness and neighborly '
Helen Floyd
Ralph Edward Taylor 56 died In one daughter Sandra Worthington,of kindnesses can never be forgotten. Ford & Terwillegar Motors
Union General Hospital Monday morning Avon Park; three sons Robert F. of R.H.and Joanne Fill
after a brief Illness. L. and Paul W., and family
,Ga. Emery
Newnan
Born in Baker County, Mr. Taylor
both of Lake Butler; one sister Mrs. Now September 13. .
moved the Raiford community 51 Through
to
Rutha Brown of Newberry; 13 grand- Jerrys Kids and Handy Way 2356
years ago. He was a member of the children and two great would like to thank their good friends
Raiford City Council,a bus driver for Rev. Blaisdell, Wayne and Yvonne
the Union County Schools, and was a grandchildren.Funeral .
services were held Norman Frank Goolsby and Fred '"
member of Taylor Methodist Churchin Wednesday, August 26, at the New Starling for all their help in making -..- '. .
Baker County. River Baptist Church in Brooker their cook-out a success. Also Tanner
Survivors include: his wife Mrs. with Rev. James Countryman of Funeral Home and W.P.X.E.AM/FM
Ann Wilson Taylor of Raiford; his ficiating. Burial followed in the Radio for their generosity. Last but
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. church cemetery under the directionof not least, Zita, their boss.
Taylor of Crescent City; two Home of Lake Sincerely. REBATES
Funeral
brothers Jerald W. Taylor of Butler.Archer Elaine and Paula GET CASH
Jacksonville and W.A. Taylor of Itpd9/03
Raiford; four sisters Mrs. Eloise _._ .... --;.
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Davis of Culman, Ala., Mary Lee "" l'ffllf"f'f.Ilf'W'JfJfIP'V"\ FORD
Taylor of Crescent City Foy Maye FROM
Franks of Jacksonville and Lavon .
Glisson of Daytona Beach. : -
Funeral services were held DO YOU BELIEVE -
Wednesday,September 2 at 11 a.m. in
Taylor Methodist Church with Rev. .'
Lawtey Thomas and Rev. Wilford 'T
Lyons and Rev. Lacy Combs of. .
ficiating. Burial followed in Taylor
Cemetery under the direction of Ar
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. 5uI
12x60 2 Bedroom
Samuel Kelley
Samuel P. Kelley age 84, of ,
Melrose, died at his home Tuesday _
morning Sept. 1. Mobile Home / :"t
Born in Hatch Bend. Fla., Oct. 11, _
1896, and had lived in Melrose over 29
years. He was a retired farmer; an REBATE* REBATE
Army veteran of W.W. I; and was a 9
member of the Eliam Baptist Church. Front Kitchen $ || 433| '
Survivors include: one sister Mrs. on new 81 Ford 4x4 Pickups on new '81 Ford 4x2 Pickups,

W.G.brother Watkins, Booker of M.Leesburg Kelley of; and Alexandria one Fully Carpeted ffl and Ford Broncos. Ford Couriers, Ford Vans,

Va. Del. & Set Up Monthly Payment and Ford Club Wagons.
Funeral services will be held today,
(Thursday), at 11:00: a.m. Sept. 3, in
the Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral Home, Keystone Heights.Rev. .
.Jerry Milton will officiate.Interment Only $847.80 Down Payment .
will be in Eliam Cemetery at
Melrose.
ra.ms
Miss Teresa G.O'BrienMiss

Teresa G. O'Brien, 92, of -
Keystone Heights, died in the Ocala -
Health Care Center Saturday,August
29, following a lingering illness. o
Born in Vernon,Connecticut Oct.8,
1888 Miss O'Brien moved to Keystone 1--- -U r
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Heights 5 years ago from Kew -
Gardens,N.Y.Miss O'Brien retired in IIMIfl
1963,serving for 25 years as assistant .
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manager for the Waldorf Astoria : .1 .t. : \ i
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Hotel, New York City.She was of the \
Catholic Faith.Survivors -
include: two nephews a. ,-
Edward F. O'Brien of Keystone
Heights and Richard F. O'Brien of
Orlando.
Graveside funeral services were
held at 11:00: a.m.Tuesday Sept.1,in
the Keystone Heights Cemetery with Call Today For
Rev. Michael Williams officiating. On retail sales.Dealer contributes part of the money back.
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in Immediate

charge of arrangements... ,, ......... Delivery." ----..- ".
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-' '- uiidred C ai"Save
Robert L.{Slat ei'.S\; r' ".. -. ., .. N :F...;..;..raSy'-P'/-\-, "".".:,',yrfiY'4l. he. ,.: "f'.,'\\ .;" As i boiir2Tta': I of Do q on .:
\' fiicredl&le'iiionifi
Robert L. Black el'of New River ,. Ford Cars:During This .Savingsl
section of Bradford County,died Monday BROWN
August 24, at his home after an JOHN
apparent heart attack. Check Your Super Truck PricesFl00.117"
Born in Atlanta, Ga., Mr. Black
moved to Bradford County in 1955
where he has resided since. He was Mobile Home Cnt.Hwy Regular
employed with DuPont for 25 years, W.B. 300 Six 4 speed over-

blems.retiring He in was 1976 a member due to health of the New pro 21 N. Keystone Heights 473.3775 drive, rugular to-tone, knit seat, gauges, $9480

River Baptist Church at Brooker. power steering & brakes, air cond., & tinted Sale

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# e Quantity Right R.i.rv.d nooks, wheellip moldings, WSWI radials.
CQ T t EST 21 City 29 Hwy. Rebate

<::, Starke's' 4s! fe1s .$ 500


'P Finest Meat Market Regular $7495

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Featuring U.S.D.A. Choice Iowa Beef $10,995 F100 117" W.B. .302 V-8 -Automatic

Ij... Paramount Poultry Swift's.Pork e Sale overdrive, 5,000 GVW'Pkg., gauges, limited

$8975Rebate slip rear axle, low mount mirrors, air &

glass, tilted steer wheel W/P235 mod tires

,at\\\O\t\\ Ice Packed 70 16. BOX $ 500 on bumper.rear, aux. fuel, tie down hooks., step


FRYERS 8475 Regular

$14,247

3850 1981 Ford Bronco XLT 302 V-8, 4 speed Sale ;

overdrive, 5 10Rxl5 RWL radials; capt. $12,495 f

chairs, sports instrumentation group, Rebate t
western mirrors, air & privacy glass, flip
189
Ground Chuck .. .. ..... .... ... ....................:.. .... ... ..<, fold rear seat, cony. & Prot. group, console $ 700

Cube Steak 279 '11,795Regular

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F-U'k! R oa S t Boston Cuts Boned&Tied............... 01 cf. 149 Ranger XLT F100 117" W.B.302 V-8, :

c: $10,995 automatic overdrive, P215 WSW sports instrumentation I

Split Broilers AGrillFavoriteH'. HH H H'lIt'H'H'H:"H...u59 Sale group, vinyl seat trim! ,.air & < .
: glass, sliding rear window, sport wheel f

Ribs 149 $8695Rebate covers, tie down hooks, to-tone paint, WSW

Country Style ... ./....... ...:..,..".:;'.........Lb. radials. .

/ 149 $500 t

Hot Dogs All ??,.' ......................-'....:.Lb. *815TERWILLECAR

Beef Patties 159
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Boiled '279

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Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:4: patient in North Florida Regronal Tuesday. On account of an accident, Mclver of Ocala met there and they
by Elizabeth Terry a.m. Worship. Services 11 a.m. and a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Hospital, Gainesville. Our prayersare Mrs. Melton had to go to the hospital ate with them.
Phone 782-3300 7:30 p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat with him for a few days. She was able to leave Ray Wilson, went back to school at
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Wayne Hardee and her the hospital on Thursday. Their the University of Florida Gainesvilleon
Sun-
Church Schedule Highland Missionary Baptist: Long Bridge Baptist Sunday children attended a birthday party for brother Eldridge Harris is in the August 3rd.
,Church of Gods Sunday School 10 day School 0:45 a.m. Worship Ser- School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 Christie Evans, of Highland on Satur- hospital with a sprained back. He is a Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, of
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6 vices 11 a.m. and 0 p.m. Choir Prac- a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting day afternoon.There were 10 present little better. Hilliard, came after their mother. ,
P;.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE tice 7 p.m. Sunday night. Prayer Wednesday at 7:3b p.m. They served roasted hotdogs, cake Mrs. Earl Troxell is visiting her Mrs. O.J. Anders and she spent the
Wednesday. at 730; p.m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday and ice cream, coke and pepsi for :sew grandbaby, Brannon Kelly with weekend with them.
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School Grace United Methodist: Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 refreshments.Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp were .
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m and.. Schol 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.Training Union 6 p.m. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and of Jacksonville. Sunday dinner guests of their nephewand
7 p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. Prayer' a.m. Minister will be in his office at Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Jack Estes visited Mrs. Mabel Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Walker and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum,
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. the church daily 9..-11 a.m. Monday Northslde Baptist: Sunday School Wainwright in North Florida sons of Jacksonville, were Sunday Jr.Friends
First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 through Thursday. 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Regional Hospital in Gainesville on dinner guests with their parents, Mr. of Mrs. Pearl Campbell ;.
.e .e a. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. e. .. .e .. 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Wednesday.We and Mrs. Lester Walker. regret to learn that she is seriously ill
7:30: p.m.Grace are happy to learn that Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwards of in Bradford County Hospital. Our
Community Newsby Special thanks to Carl Halle Funeral United Methodist: Thrift Johnny Wood was able to return home Jacksonville, visited their mother, prayers are with her and for her.
Home staff for their outstanding ser Shop have their Yard Sale Saturday, Saturday from Bradford County Mrs. B.L. Wilkinson Sr.. on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith visited
Elizabeth G.Walker vice. May God continue to bless each Sept.5,which is the First Saturday on Hospital. afternoon.On their brother-in-law and sister Mr z
Phone 964-8883 of you for your interest and love. Church grounds 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Deepest sympathy of the.communi- Sunday, Mrs. Wilma Wain- and Mrs. Carl O'Neal, of Savannah 1
., The Cohens Family 'Personals ty Is extended to Mrs. Leslie Crews wright ate with her son-in-law and Ga, Saturday. Following the dinner ,
I. Card of Thanks 4! a NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, of and family and other relatives daughter Mr. and Mrs. AI Perser at hour, their brother-in-law and sister, .
e family of the. late Ramp 'H.. Cemetery Cleaning:There will be a Palatka were guests of their Mother because of the death of her husbandthis Lake Asbury. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mr and.Mrs. Roland Shuman came -
Cohen, wishes to thank our many Cemetery Cleaning Monday Mrs. O.J. Anders on Saturday. week. Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Buster and showed the slides which came .
friends and neighbors, who were so, September 6th, "Labor Day" at New Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wheeler are the Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended Starling and daughter Tammy of from her recent trip to the Holy Land.
kind in the forms of words, cards, Clark burial place (better known as proud parents of a daughter Nancy, the Sapp Cemetery Associational Mulberry met there and had lunch. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elsie ..
floral offerings and all of their acts of Oddfellows Cemetery). Diane, born Wednesday August 26th Meeting at Community Center at On Monday Mrs. Wilma Wainwright Smith, and Mr and Mrs. Bert Smith
kindness extended during our loss. Come lets give this our final cleaning in Riverside Hospital'Jacksonville. Ra i ford on Saturday.Mr. visited her son and daughler in-law brother and sister-in.laws of Mr. and .
.. .e e. .e .. ... for this year. All who have loved Maternal grandparents are Mr. and and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright on Mrs Henry Smith. :
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ones buried there, and friends are Mrs. M.D. CrapseSr., and paternal their sister, Mrs. Sarah Hallman, of the Ocklawaha: River for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swann. of (:old
'Brooker asked to share in this undertaking. grandmother is Mrs. Ida Martin of In- Keystone Heights went to Astor While there they had a cookout bar-b- Head Branch, were Thursday! supper i
Newsby Church Activities dependence, Missouri. Florida, Sunday August 23 to visit que. Mr. and Mrs. BusterStarling and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor ,1
Church of God In Christ: Monthly Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and her their sister-in-law Mrs.Thelma! Kelly, daughter Tammy and Mrs. Rebel man. .
Mrs.C.E."Sue"Davis schedule, 9:30 Prayer, immediatelyafter daughter, Mrs.. Daisy Bock attendedher and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thonett. -
Phone 485-1344 Prayer Sunday School. Tuesday grandbaby Jennie Lynn Bock's While there all of them went to Doffs
Brooker Elementary school had a 7:15: Prayer Band. Friday 8 p.m. birthday party, Friday evening at Restaurant, in Mt. Dora where Mrs.
very .smooth opening last Monday: Pastoral Teaching. Morning Worship Alachua.Mr. Thelma Kelly gave a birthday dinner Jelly Rolls
Principal Buddy Paterson stated that 11:30 with the pastor in charge. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris for her daughter, Mrs. Marice
the students and staff came preparedand YPWW 5:30: p.m. The 'Gospel attended Normandy Baptist Templein Thonett. Marshmallow Lemon, Black Raspberry or Chocolate ;
ready to work.Enrollment Crusaders of Jacksonville will pre- Jacksonville Sunday and visited Mrs Doss Higginbotham is spen
was down compared to sent a program, Gospel> in Songs. The their friends Mr. and Mrs. Morris ding some time at her mobile home
last year, however, it is expected to public is invited. Rushing. with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mixed and Baked 'J
pick up after Labor Day., Class Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Mrs. Lula Dority visited her son and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Nancy.Mr. .
schedules have remained the same as Church Plans are in the making for and daughter-in-law: Mr. and Mrs.: and Mrs. George Shuford Herein Our Store "
the previous year. Lunch and the annual Women's Day program. Hobson Dority in Jacksonville on Sunday visited their brother and sisterinlawMr. "
physical education 'schedules have All members are asked to attend service Mrs. Hobson Dority is a native of and Mrs. Phil Shuford, of .
been adjusted to accomodate the different Sunday; September 6th, to sharein Russia. She came to the United States Tallahassee, last weekend.Mr. Pamtiy Shop ;
class size.Safety Patrols on duty the planning. Sunday School at 10 when she was 21 years old. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston visited I :,
this year are Sabrina Starling,San- a.m. Communion at 11 a.m. Friends of Edward Lee Massey their mother, Mrs. Wordie Melton, of 138 w. Call St.. Starko 964589C1WITH :
dra Green Kevin Starling and Joy Stewardess Board No 3 will serve. regret to learn that he is a surgical Ocoee last weekend, Saturday until
Vellenga. A reminder to all students Notice: The annual Stewardess an- .. .
there will not be any school on Mon- niversary will be observed Sunday, m"""___' ;
day September 7, this is a legal Holi- September 20,3 p.m. The public is In- (
day.Brooker vited. CHOICE f
Elementary school would Lawtey Cubbettes Softball women's ,
like to thank the City Council of team won first place in the Community ANY $20 OR '
Brooker for the donation of $500 for Softball League Monday in Reno MORE LAYAWAY( ?k .ut\
physical education and play ground Recreation Park. 14-2 record \\IF1\J.AG\.
equipment.This equipment will be us- Gatorettes, Tigarettes and \
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Roosevelt Reed '2 Lawtey Lake, was traveling the Inside lane of Andrea J. Baxter, 43, Charlotte, N. County Circuit Court. Tampa Woman k;,
C., was southbound on 301 when a West, an inmate at Florida State
Found Guilty Inmates Escape 301 when a vehicle pulled out from a Feb. 14, 1981, Charged in '
parking lot into the outside lane of vehicle pulled into her path and Prison, was charged
Roosevelt Reed found struck her vehicle causing $500 when a homemade knife was found In- Drug Violation ,
was guilty Mitchell Wayne Smith, 32, and traffic. Greene applied her brakes, ,
Aug. 26 by a Bradford Circuit Court Robert S. McLemore, 27, of Orange went into a skid, striking a power damage. The second vehicle then left side the mattress in his search.West's cell. by a Linda L. Cherry 30, Tampa aka
lucre of attempted burglary of a struc' County, escaped Wed. morning at pole. Damage to her vehicle was the scene of the accident. prison officer cell during a searched after Belinda Bailey, was arrested at
was
5:40 from the Lawtey Correctional In- estimated'l,500. Correctional Institution Aug;
received a note Lawtey .
stitute. Smith was serving 5 yrs. and Aug. 31 Charles. E. Hodgson, 23, prison officers .
Reed, Route 3 Box 430, Starke was McLemore 2 yrs. both for burglary. NAS,Jax,pulled out from Happy Stop rquestlng': "check J. W. on 3rd floor inWwlng'T 30 Bradford County Sheriffs beputy
arrested at Little Italy Resturant,301 FSP Inmate InnocentOf
Gulf, Hwy 301, apparently didn't see Eunice charged Cherry with
returned not guilty vetdiet Samuel
South, when found The Jury a
outside the
vehicle driven by Frank O. Sirmons: contraband Into
of fe
Weapons ChargeJohn
introduction
building May 7, 1981. The restaurant Minor Accidents Raiford. Hodgson's vehicle struck at 5:29 p.m.. Judge Crenshaw
owner Eldridge McComb, was sleepIng Involve Several the VW driven By Siemens. Hodgson Bruce West was found not asked that the 4 woman, 2 man jury State Prison namely in amphitaminesi the ;
in the apartment at the rear of the was charged with violation.of right of guilty.of possession of a be polled. Court was dismissed at Cherry was placed Bradfor4,
building when he heard a pounding Local PeopleSix way. state prisoner, ,Aug. 8, In Bradford 5:45: p.m. County Jail.
noise. After checking the front of the local accidents cause minor

building and seeing the lattice work damage during the past week. ..--.., '.- .._ ...II "Ii 1WJII: .....:l'
over a window shake he called the Aug. 29 Joseph David Branson, 27, a 1var a i7 r. 'QU 8F
Starke Police
Department. Orange Park, was stopped for trafficon y
Road 230 when Alan Todd Hicks, ,
Patrolmen Lane E. W.
Sibley,
20, 403 St. Clair St., Starke failed to
Wilkerson, and Willie arrivedat
Searcy
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see the stopped vehicle and struck
1:05 searched the ,
: a.m. They area
Branson in
discovered a broken window in the rear. ;
restaurant and found 'Reed lying Clarence Sylvester Hagan, 46, Rt. I
behind a bush outside. Box 58,stopped suddenly because of a
The jury,four women and two men, vehicle pulling from a parking space.
deliberated for two hours then returned Wynette Doris Joiner, 18, Rt. 1 Box III
a verdict of guilty as charged. 985, traveling behind the Hagan vehi-
Judge Jeanne D.Crenshaw ordered cle, applied her brakes and slid into
pre-sentence Investigation. rear of vehicle driven by Hagan.
Damage to '72 Datsun driven by
Joiner was $1,200.
Local Man HARDWARE I.

Violates Bond Aug. 27 Verna Smith Dickson Rt. 1 _
Box 144, Lawtey, was traveling south -
David Eugene Green, 28, Road 16 on 301 when her hand slipped off the
West,was arrested Sept. 1 for assault. steering wheel causing her vehicle to
The State Attorney's Office issued cross over center line and strike a MEASURE MARK & CUT.
the pick up because Green had Sawyer-Slade Gas truck driven by ',1'
violated his recognizance bond. Barry Lynn Whitehead. Damage to
Green was placed In Bradford County Dickson '80 Ford was$500.
Jail. Anne Jane Greene, 48, Kingsley /
V Nicholson 26-Inch Hand Saw!

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I Makes TV CommercialShannon GET V Lufkin 25-Ft. Power Tape 't



Smith, son of Rose and ner up at the national. pageant in
Tom Smith, has recently taped Philadelphia Pa. -r Carpenter's Pencil
several television commercials for When asked if he enjoys his work as The Cooper Group
Pic and Save.Shannon a model he answers "Yes, but I like
,who 1s61/2 years old,was the money best." b'' rii BOKEfrCHESCENrumaN'MCHOtSON .
recently seen on Television Channel 4 *WBLUER*W8S'XCOJTE*
during the return of the movies "The :
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Shannon has been working as a From f NEW LINE CINEMA
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Another Arrest Nabs Pot, ParaphernaliaSearch I


at David Larry Martin surety bond,both were releas- mation that Griffis had at his
residence Aug. 29, proved warranted end residence drugs and counterfeit U. S.
,i F'v when 8 UM. marijuana, several hundred Also arrested last week was Billy currency. _'
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pills and items of paraphernaliawere Griffis and Ronald Griffis, 414 N. Approximately 3 weeks prior to
seized and four arrests were Myrtle St., Starke, after 30 Ibs. of search of Griffis' residence Secret
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'l. : a. 'f rnade. marijuana, numerous pills and capsules Service 'agents confiscated a 1976
1"t Arrested was Martin, Rt 1 Box 395, Chevy belonging to Billy Griffis in
Charles O. Hamilton, 20, 208 CherrySt. were found at their residence.A connection with a counterfeit in-
., Bonita Hamilton 19, Rt. Box 395, search warrant was secured from vestigation.'The .
of the week
and George A. Padgett 19, Rt.2 Box: the State Attorney's office in third arrest was
113, all of Starke charged with Gainesville based on informant infor Stephen Alvarez who has posted bond.M
unlawfully possession of cannabis, I
less that 20 grams.
A search warrant was obtained at IOne
1:00 a.m. Sat. based on informationand [Buy One Get
a)4I several complaints received at ;
S )1 'I I the Sheriffs Dept. that there were
narcotic drugs on the premise of the ThL
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,. (7 S Martin's residence. wlcoupon
S Investigator Don Denton, and
Deputies John Dempsey and Paul PIZZA Restaura
accompanied by MackFutch
Stegall were
of the State's Attorney Office Expires September 9.1981 ,
Martin and Padgett were charged Beer 45C
with possession of the bulk of items 307 S. Starke
found In the house. One subject was I _(anytime_except Sunday_)
a k ''armed with an automatic:pistol which

NM ylr he sey.surrendered were on demand charged to DempHamilton's with- (summer Hours 4 pm til 10 pm

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misdemeanor counts of possession
less than 20 grams of marijuana
found In their personal possession.
Martin's bond was set at $2.00.
Denton's At It Again.... Padgett's at $1,000. Martin posted
property bond Aug. 31, Padgett
Bradford County Sherirri Dept. must sort and tag each Investigator Don Denton. .
Item found In the drug built, of the past week according to



I Training for Two New Medical Careers is Offered,at. LCCCShould CfC)


The Nursing department at Lake the newest health program at the col Technicians are plentiful according to contact Ms. Gallups immediately -
City Community College is featuring lege. The course of study takes only Mr. Bayes. Current starting pay is, at 752-1822, ext. 229.
training for two medical career two years to complete. Courses will over$10,000! per year. The college's Health Aide class is
fields. Courses for both ,of these be taught by Glenville Bayes, accepting students. The course will Fashion Frames fur the Entire Family
career programs will be starting in Laboratory Supervisor for -Lake Preliminary classes for this course begin September 14 and run for 13
the next few days on the LCCC cam Shore Hospital.- have already begun, however weeks. Enrollment!: for this popular
students still register until Tues- course is strictly limited. Students
Medical Laboratory Technician is Jobs for Medical Laboratory day,September may 1. Interested students should For more register information before September on Health 4. Prescriptions Riled US 301 located$ E Edwards At: Road

Aide careers call Marcia Skinner at e Lens Duplicated Across from Community Bonk

I Highway Patrol Says Watch Out for School Kids 752-1822 programs Certified ext are graduates 231.constantly: of each in demand of these e. Sunglasses Senior Citizen Discount OPEN:9 Monday am"'C-511- 5:30: thru pm Friday

by local hospitals and medical Saturday 9 am 1 pm
Soon the most priceless cargo to be School buses In Florida in 1980 were law requires all drivers going in the facilities.To guarantee acceptance in
carried on Florida's highways will be involved in 1,196 accidents of which ,same direction to stop. Traffic moving either of these fields call the above Rodney L. Sumner, Owner Licensed Optician
headed back to school in those ten had fatalities and 345 had injuries. in the opposite direction must stop numbers immediately.
chrome-yellow buses, reminded the also unless 'the highway Is divided
Florida Highway Patrol today. Florida's school buses have signal with an unpaved space at least five .
lights both front and rear to warn feet wide or a physical barrier.School ,. -' >
other drivers. Yellow flashing lights buses are required to stop at railroad
for school bus
"Stopping a may indicate slowing down and red
should
crossings and motorists use
cause drivers to lose a little time/ flashing lights with the red arm extended WEEKEND
bus
caution while following a approaching -
said Colonel Eldrige Beach, director
from the bus is the signal for crossings. _
of the Florida Highway Patrol.
other vehicles to stop while the ,"Drivers should reduce speed when -
"However, )ile is worth more than children load or unload.,
bus
shcool
time. This rule is designed to protectthe meeting or-overtaking a
lives of our youngsters when When a school bus displays a stop and be prepared to stop at any time,"
traveling to and from school. signal loading or unloading, Florida concluded each.ROLLACK tfALIi.I

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different said Several rewards were paid last Wildlife Alert report that Long was seen loading a of the callers oeciinea to report uie a wildlife
Archery Season a choice of 10 areas, killed deer into his boat. Anyone wishing
Art Stockle wildlife biologist for the season through the Wildlife Alert program Does WorkMr. freshly The three witnesses not only gave violation should call.MOO3428105...,

Opens Soon Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish to concerned sportsmen'who excellent Information but stated their .',
Northeast Florida sportsmen will Commission. "In addition to deer archers reported Illegal use of the arr n. Vernon Lester Long age 24 of to In court.
soon have the opportunity to return to will have the opportunity to Sportsmen in the field who encounter Old Town Florida has learned that willingness Arresting Wildlife testify Officer Jim '

the field. Archery season opens harvest hogs as wen as small game on archers using illegal equipment Wildlife Alert does work. Greek said, "Without the Information
September 19 and will run through most management areas," should call the Conuniaskui at Long's Introduction to Wildlife from these citizens and their concern:
also reminds archers hunting 1-800-342-8105. Alert started when three concerned
October 18."Those Stockle for Florida's wildlife this case would
archers planning to huntona throughout Florida that the use of citizens called the Florida Game and not have been possible," k

wildlife management area will have, a drug-tipped arrow is illegal. Fresh Water Fish Commission. to Other recent Wildlife Alert calls ',,,. ..
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.wrun resulted in the arrest of one man
fishing In a closed area, two personsfor J.' < ,

I I' :. Keystone( Airs I fishing taking Illegally deer in, and a closed four season.men illegally An loosen old sticky toothbrush dirt opeinc.can on'. '. .

The northeast region received 46 the khchsn can .

MISCELLANEOUS YARD SALERUMMAGlllALSs FOR SALE PERSONAL HOMES FOR HOMES I Wildlife Alert calls during July and 43 "

SERVICES FOR SALELIKE ,
I SALE ___________ ______.h___
BINGO .AMERICAN Rummage LAKE LOT on sand bottomed .
LEGION HALL SR21. Sole Friday and Saturday. lak. In Hlllcrest. $800 CARPENTER WORKS SIR SBA HOME In Silver COUNTRY LtVINOEnoy| Mike McNabb
Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public Invited Sept 4th and 5th from 9:00: down $146.44 per month. Remodeling work kitchen Ridge overlooking Silver living In this 3Sr. 180 STEVE BROADWAY' '
tfnchg 8/6 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. Located Phone 473.4058 or cabinets and trim Lake. Two miles to Mobllcttome. 21x13 laundry TREK SERVICE Roof Repairs ..' ,. I
OVBREATERSANONYMOUJ.Are at the old Watson grocery 473-4367 alter 6 p.m. carp.nt.r. Reasonable Keystone schools, 6n county and Storage bldg., I. "'
you store downtown Keystone Hnchg 7/30 prices. Call Ed Dempsey at owned roads. $41,000. car Borage, rilca woodedlot Removal Sky UflhU tastafeo!

addicted to food? I. your Heights. All proceeds go to LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- 473-2477 alter 6 p.m. 11 3/4" mortgage.. on Corllon lake, Guitars' kitaB4 A .. -
weight affecting the way Muscular Dy.trophy. Keystone Heights, owner tfnchg 72ALCOHOLIC 3760078. Hnchg 6/18 28000. Trimming Horn Hoofs BJ .
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,you live your life? Call RUMMAGE SALIM.Ira.. financed 10 percent In- ANONYMOUS 2BR SMITH LAKE AREAS I HEIGHTS free Istlmate47547J2 UobHt ".. ., '
O.E.A. No dues, no fees, Weight Cia. Rummage terest. Lots on clear, sand Closed meetings Monday 8 '/<\.acre wooded lot. A/C REALTY REALTOR RtpalrailQuality _.
no welgh-lni. Open Sale. Saturday Sept. 5th bottomed lake, priced to p.m. Open meetings Friday heat. Furnished or unfur 473-4961 ;" "
meeting Tuesday night. at from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 sell from 9900. One to 8 p.m. Alanon Monday nished. S3O.OOO assumable .Itcha. 9/3 !IIIOCIIII -,
7:30 p.m. at St. Anna p.m.. Williamson Food five acres overlooking lake 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 mortgage available at 9 Workmanship at t :;'"locorDl.t.
Episcopal Church Stare next to Melrose Jif (access available) with p.m. All meetings In 3/4* .Call owner GENE REESE After 5 P.M. Lake _.
Keystone Heights. Far Information Itchgpd 9/3 nice trees from $3.500. Educational Building Community 4732735. Hnchg 8/6 REALTY : fair prices Archie Tanner Funeral '
or emergency' MOVING SALEGIant moving $500 down, $50 a month Church. tfnchg 9/3 INSURES ABSOLUTE Keystone Heights 496-3819 Nome. .
help, call 473-2790 or ale.Sept. 5th 6th and 7th. Commercial frontage-. PRESSURE CLEANING" PRIVACYDoep shade trees GENE REESE REALTOR Ili 964-5757 storks/ Fl. 'I

9648587. Hnchg 8/27 Everything must gol) T.V., Investment opportunity. Phone 473-2477. tlnchg 7/2 galore on Opel Lake, 2Br.
LARGE SWEET MUSCADINE typewriter,boat.koyak. SR.2IN. Owner salesman. Ba, Masonry home, hugh RUSTIC COTTAGE I
AND SCUPPERNONG .'.r_. 10 speed bike. 4734375. tfnchg 8/6 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY llvlngroom with brickfireplace Located between cemmrclal I
GRAPES-you pick. Easy Allodln heater 500 books AKC DOiERMANS.-Top WORK-bulld patios additions assumable VA establishment, nextla
picking In a n.at'Vln.yard. 100 albums, hide-a quality only. You are In- remodeling homes loan $o4.9OOLOVE Lake Ceneve Post Of : WARNING ..
open daylight III dark b.d.couch.and mucr. vited to visit our kennels. and tile work. Also pain A GRAIOUS SETTING fice. Ideal far antique ar :
everyday. Lilly'Vineyard. mar. OH Hwy 214 between 4751228. ting. Free estimates. Whit.Sands Lake with 160' croft chop.QUIET .
Florahome. 639-2121 SR 21 and 100 on Bernice WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN Phone 473.4473 during of waterfront, 3 acres,
3tchg 8/27-9/10 rd. Follow signs, cal' tfnchg 72sACRE day. tfnchcj 8/6 paved road) owner financ COUNTRY LIVING
475.1691 for Info or direc '/. LOTS for sale from FBIYOURSELF OF UNWANTED ing. 34000. 10 acre, live oaks, well TO NON-SUBSCRIBERS I

REDUCE SAFE a fast witi.GcB. tions. 1 tchg93Y 2995. Restricted with HAIR with elec A SUMMER HAVEN on Spr- $31.000. Assumable .
... Tabl.t. or Cap..ul. SALEFrldoy and Saturday lake access. 377-2808. .'.. Call for a free consultation Ing Lake. 2BR. 1BA brick $20.000 mart. al 9%. A man who was too cheap to subscribe to his
.. a E-Vop "water Sept. 4th and 3th. core tfnchg 6/18 4737033. Amy'sElectrolysis fireplace, asbestos shingle Owner will consider 2nd
pills", Andr.w. Drug n.r of Immaklee and Andrew B/13-27 490 Lawrence cottage with detatched mart. hometown newspaper sent Ms Uttle boy to bor-
Keystone Height. 9/3 Rd. Furniture, BlkeMurroy Senior Citizens Blvd., Keystone. Hnchg 7/2: garage, fenced yard. LAKE BEDFORD row his neighbor's copy. In his.haste the boy ran
3tchg 9/17. firearms, antique recorc 3 wheel bike, with baskets HYPNOSIS-openlng practice boathouse. $37,900. S SR Mobil home with 100 over an$80 hive of bees and in 10 minutes he looked
player. Kitchen Items, on rear. Brakes. and 3 of Mark David WI... IN MOVE-IN CONDITION on an the lake, ossumoble liked a warty squash. His father ran to his ':t
tool., clothes, and misc. speed. Used twice. Almost B.A. Now offering service Bedford lake, completely mart. 31000. assistance, and failing to notice the barbed wire
Position AvailableFor Itchg 9/3 half prlce175.00. Also Murray for prescription hypnosisfor furnished 3BR. 1BA |um- Off lea-473-707
fence, ran into that, cutting a hole in his anatomyas
traditional and Individual
7h.p. riding mower bo with _...
living; room Evenings-Peg R
FOR RENT fair condition $75.00. applicationssmoking fireplace, kitchen equipped '4733MSSuzuki well as ruining a pair of $10 trousers. The old
Executive Director Phone 904.73,3531 tchg 9/3 ( weight control washer, dryer, cow took advantage of the gap in the fence and
Union Concerned MOBILE HOME In Lake CB NAVAHOE SAil doctor referral stress freeier. 60000. killed herself eating green corn. Hearing a
County
Geneva Park. $140 and up. STATION-wlth 115 watt.I.an.r. reduction etc.) Please call .UNIQUE SPLIT LEVEL 38R.2BA racket, the wife ran out, upset a four-gallon'
Citizens of Developmental Phone 4732879. tfnchg 7/2 $250. 4734064. Gainesville, 376-3545 for spacious living room 1981 t j. churn of cream into a basket of chicks, drowning
Disabilities. Must 3BR 2BA HOME--CH/A. $350 appointment tfnchg 8/6 with 8x4 bay window with
the! entire batch. In her haste she dropped a $135
month. Lake access. PERSONALSERVICES dressmakIng lake view. Kitchen equipped -
have Bachelor's Degree p.r 376-0078. tfnchg 6/18 SEWINOSewlng. The Performer. set of false teeth, which the family dog burled
and alterations. Call: 3x6 pantry.3 ceiling!!
from an accredited college 47UWM 2trna 9/3tn 9/lft fans, split level 2 cal. !thinking it was a new type of bone. The baby, v

or university with a FURNISHED 2BR 1BA on Lake YARD OR HOUSEWORK- garage, 1,670 sq. It having been left alone, crawled through the spilled
Geneva. $285 per month.Keystone dependable and Huntl.y Assumable VA loan, cream and into the parlor ruining a $250
major relevant to the Heights Realty reasonable. Windows, ReaYearn'sSERVICES $58.000 carpet. During the excitement the oldest

rehabilitation of the 8/27 Realtor 473-4961. ttnchg hauling mowing etc. Charming Home.Wlth Sliver. daughter ran away with the hired man a stray
kitchen
handicapped including MOBILE HOME On Lake Have some equipment. Lake acess equipped, 3Br.fireplace 2Ba r dog broke up 11 setting hens, the calves got out "

retardation and two Geneva IBr, furnished HOUSEKEEPER 4751720. 4lpd FOR 8/13-9/3 HIRE '4794344f 10x10 wood deck 2 cat and chewed the tails off four fine shirts on the

years experience in the central air and heat. $160 Does your home need a: er garage, assumable loan, clothes line, and the cat had a batch of kittens.All .
month plus $100 deposit thorough cleaning once a f, 49900. AM60LayAway I this just to save 25 cents. And in this case, the
field of human relation. 4734352Repairs
utilities. Coll 473-4149 :
plus now did to read that week's edi
week or every other Smlll poor guy never get
Annual salary $17,000. altar 4:00 a.m. llrhn 9/3 Of Major. CUTE 2BRLoke Acres,
week? I have many excellent tion.'
Lake. Beutiful wood for Christmas
Mobile large
Home
2BrCompltly
Submit to J.D. local references Electric Appliances
resumes : furnished In Keystone Have three left for, ed lot. AC and heat oppllonc. i Don't Let This To You!
Griff, Chairman of the heights area. Central air Keystone-Melrose spots area. Serving Bradford Clay ... carpets, drapes $6'49 Happen

Board P.O. Box 98, and heat. $230 month plus Call between 5.7 Counties' assumable mortgage 9 from
Subscribe !
$100 deposit Call 473-7078 percent. Call own. Today
Raiford, Florida 32063 IIchg 9/3 8/27-9/3 weekdays. 475.2694.2tchg: Lawrence Etfvd./ Keystone 473.2735 2tchg 9/3 9/1O SUZUKI

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MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 '1977 CHEVROLET PICK-UPi 1 name (IJ In County

LOOKING FOR a special CUSTOM MADE bedroom, I bath AC with ton 350 automatic excellent R R Address ..__ 99.00
pice of property II I DRAPERIEStFreeestimates. 1/2 acre of land. Hwy. 18, condition twin .r--
don't hove It, I'll| find It.Ju.t Locol Brooker rood. Phone tank., sliding rear win. CityState ____ Out of County
o.k--.-JANE S. USHER. distributors for completely 4962308.: Itchg 9/3. dow. Reduced to $2.800. Luck .Zip. "1O.OO '
REALTOR 496-2126: or washable nationally THREE BEDROOM APT. IN 1967 Ford Pick-up 300. 6 Good nsRtitan. i

496-29O3. .v..., '"Your advertised Gard..... LAKE BUTLERi With car- cyl., 4 speed, 4 wheel Etta sear ttrrrrrs -.- T tttt..M
Union County Roltor tin. Draperies. saw Enter port. $129 to right'party. drive, hunting lights, -
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE prl.... Ed or loma Phone 496-2179. Itpd 9/3. reduced to $1.790. Excellent At I Starke Ads I '
NEEDV.Coll Venero Brown Stephen. 4962219. FOR RENTthree bedroom. 1 mechanical: condi .. .
496.3022 or Sandy Hazn WILL INSTALL SEPTIC 1/2 bath brick home In lovely tion. 496-3819. Itchg 8/20. -
496-3994 .ve.. Tiffin and TANKS: and drain Holds, subdivision. Lak. Butler EARLY AMERICAN SOFA School p e

Owen Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 pump out tanks, also fill aria Jane S. Usher AND CHAIR $300 HOMES WANTED CARS *
Box 788. lake Butler. FL. dirt. licensed. Call Brlnce Realtor. 496.2126 or microwaive oven $200
RICK HOMIiLocated Intake Jones 275-2197 around 7 4962903. tchg 9/3. washer $125 dry.r $95. FOR SALE "'TRUCKSTBUICN
Butler on 1/2.acre. Ha a.m. or after S p.m. 7/16 frost free refrigerator OOOO PRICES PAID for used. .. '"
fenced bock. yard control CUSTOM COMBINE WORK: WANTEDMOBILE $200.: rocker $25. Serta mobile homes if mortgage CLICTRA tlS\ One.,..
heat and air many kitchen Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or queen bed$150 Serta king Rt. 2 BOX 481 KSYSTONE-STARKE AREA Is 3/4 paid or more. CHIN owner loaded. No. ,co"'f'I
appliances Included. For 496-2903.: TFN 8/20. HOMES WANTED: bed $250 dlnnette set$50. IB Lake Butler New home for sale. Also MOBILE HOME SAL S. dltlon. No dent. ru.t.
mar details call Main. ATTENTION LADIES Pearl's Will pay cash for your used bar with two stools $75 qualify built homes, $n ,964-5606. Open 7 day New tires. 46000 il...
Real Estate, Realtor Symbra-Ette Botlque now mobile home. Ray Powell color console TV $350 RIALTOS Geraldine Lennon per sq. ft. built on your lot weekly.. .TFchg (No collect call, pl..). I
496-3978 :2tchg 8/27 9/3. open for business. Fitted 4963377. TFN 4/16. wood table with/4 choirs I Realtor Associate: or ours. Adams A Hall. WE IUY AXLES i TIRES w Call 533.2431..' 7/30 ehg'
ONI ACRE LOTilor r.nt. bras girdles and WANTED GOOD HOMESilor $125. AC $75. coffee w/2: 473-3056 or 475-3128.: 6/4 antesf- 4 tires $135.00. 8/20 ..J
Ready for mobil. home. $33 swimwear. Beautiful cute and lovable sixweekold end tables with black slate 498-3140 TFchg. Del. to Ollns MH. Hwy. 100 .17 VW RABBIT. ;.. -.

a month Including water. custom made lingerie. On. female kittens. Call tops cost $ oo.now $175. "For The Area's Finest Properties" ,CUSTOM HOMES now W Starke. 9645606. TFchg miles A/C. .t+. y4mA
496-2364: R. Long. Itchg 9/3. mile from Lake Butler on 496.2261: for more Informa- Phone 752-7961 Pro HOMES FARMS ACREAGE under construction WANTED Used tools,, both Call 964.6O20 or:,964- .
Breaker Road bock of tlon. vidence.Itchg 9/3 overlooking Stark. Country : mechanics and carpenters., 7/30 tin !t
AAA Johnson Store. Phone DOUBLE BED $60. twin bed Terwillegar Realty Club. Adam and Hall Phone 964-8331 or I97B DATUNj 200Suilders ,
REALESTATEAGENCY 4962211.: 2tchg 8/27 9/3. FOR SALE $40. king bed $135. queen Phone 473-3O56 468-1 SSI..9/11 tnchg Customized: 40.600 mil .
YARD SALES Saturday and SALES bed$75. maple coffee with 205 N. Temple, Starke or "75.2128.6/4 Tfchg.WANTIC.: Mobile Home AxMany extras. Bat <)"
and EVERYDAY I
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Sunday. Sept. 5 and 6, all R Good machine incabinet 1 end table $33 never used 964-7776 .10% INTEREST BY OWNER if tes. Paying the best price Call 964.6070 or 964.58!
Ph. 7SJ-0577 sewing
day. SR 231 past Johnson white bedroom suite have$9,000.1282ma.for good condition axles:, 7/30 tfn
'ur.nlt..r.
Just listed- 2 bedroom Grocery Store-first dirt .. and Excellent good used used $450. 10 speed bike with you 964.8331.9/.11 tnchg JEEPS CARS. PICKS (fro.
lath, doubTewlde en 2 road to the left-follow baby seat $50. baby bed locate:
ere*. 1.300 square ..... : signs. Itpd 9/3. clothesboys, girls and $50. Hide-a-bed $200. typewriters adding t *. Direc .
Heeled/cooled. Front a CHILD CARl Would like to adults, also shoes. Many Phone 792-7961 Pro. laundry, attached .garage, machines. Must b. In tory call Surplus Dolefis '?!yltfireplace
each parch. South er SR237. .keep your child In my other items 3 miles south vidence. I tchg 9/3. above ground working 'condition Center 4IS.330-7800. 8I31&Jl, !
home. Hot meals, lots of 121. Phone 4963572. tchg pool 'many ....raa. Call 9645764. tin 212. 4tchg 9/3.
Neededi. 20 to 23ac,-. 9/3. 1-736-7631. tin 830.HOMCS .
attention large yard. HELP WANTED MOBIL HOME Axles with 197 PINTO HATCIISACKIJ
suitable. for farming with t 176 FORD ELITE Loaded, '
Phone 792-7961. Pro tires. Will pay$123. Phone 3door. 4-ipd trans, .
excellent
brick home for condition good
bedroom out-eF-Pawn cash ... vidence. tchg 9/3. gas mileage. $2599. D.M 13 OVERSEAS) Big money REALTOR Strawberry Acres 3BR 964.5007, 9/3 'F2lchg ACS; AM/FM Stereo. ....
.y.r. WE REPAIR AP- Hale 496-2171. TFN 7/2. lost. $20.000 to $50000 POE SALE ISA 9.28 acres, fenced, 11/19. 'Tinted glass. Duelsport"mirror p
Call For Infa about PLIANCES.LAWN MOWERS *. Ph. f64.oW. B/2O
plus Coll stocked ponds. $11.000.
townhouse. In St..... INSTALL RUG AND CARPET. MARLIN 30-30 MODEL SIC 1-716-8426000 per year.Ext. 5005. UNION COUNTY Properties ............. MOBILE '2tpd B/27.
3X9 zoom scope like new That ARe OWNER FINANCED "
Notary Service.. ANTENNAS. PUMPS CUT $150. M-16 Ithaca Super Itpd 9/3. lewteyi 3 BR. 1 .Ik. from. 77" NOVAS 2.doar" 4 cyL., 1
Union County Office* AND INSTALL GLASS. SEE US JOB INFORMATION school shedy.114.000. HOMES Automatic Iran. power*. .
FOR FURNITURE. AP. single Phone.410 good shape Alaskan and Overseas HOMES Iducd122.000. FOR SALE ,....rlnl. $1700.I Call '.
JohnlangfordJr.R.eftor PLIANCES. LAWMOWERS. SJO. 4962436. Itpd employment. Great Income .2e Home I.. town.A3 ............. 964 8S03. 8/37 tin. ,
Aisoclate
46.3814INSURANCE TV CARPET RUG. WATER 9/3. potential Call I.. 2SAI -.... I" taw. In Country 2'A K. 2BR SURPLUS JIIPS. CARS end .. ,
PUMPS. RIVERS HARDWARE TRUMPET FOR SALE Like 602-941-8014 Dept. 8629. *1".2 SA ........11" Town.A3 home .re.. vheyard. ... nil MOBILE HOMES TRUCKS available.".Many- r,
a FURNITURE 85 EAST MAIN new. Phone 431.1 160 or Phone call refundable IR. 1 Acre Out of Town.A4 chard! isf..... Reduced payments starting at 'sell under $200.: ,Call, :::
STREET LAKE BUTLER FL 496-2222 Ext. 216. 2lpd 9/3 tchg 9/3. eR with od4ltlollot in town.ACREAGE $26.00. $14700 per month. John 3127421143. Ext. '70S tor*" ;;;...
32034 496-2241 OPEN MON. 9/10. ...........*.. Brown Mobile Home inlo.: on how to pure".i" :

DAY THRU SATURDAY 8 "" 442 OlDSMOBILEi New Subscribe A I S oc.SR.2". IB*. 2SA..oc. $45000. Center, 4733775.49 I/V..tpd9/17 I ; *;:;i
a.m.-6 p.", 2tchg 9/3 9/10. point.radio. PS. PB. AC. A4 Ac.-.51231.A5 Owner "'. 30% ..".14% tlnchg. 969.CHeWt. Stpside pick, ::
MAINES INSURANCE AGEN- runs good $1.000. Phone Iocr.. Off $1-121, Int/IS .... NO QUALIFYING $2.000.00 up. 6 cyl.. standardtransmission. ;1
Classifled.Ads 752-7961: Now ............. New
Providence. Itchg vld.nc.. 10-IS :t.:
CYl 160 S. Lake Av.. lake A 1-20 Acre Pr. down.- $:z20.00 monthly, )
9/3. SB*. 28*.. Spanish, style lira on r_. Good Butler. 4963978. Compl.t. "JAc., .... Off IR.I21. 1974 mobile hom.. .24x68ft. T2:
Insurance SOrvlc."TFN Get Results *20-40 A .. OH SR-231-A. hoMo ee specious lot I. 000. New Paint: Call
ra lot.
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VINIRA BROWN TWIN ft OWIMS. INC. j Stud:.. $12.000. 0646060. Itpd 9/3."
I 46-3022 stMtow *40 Acre. OH IR-141. ............. Man Special-! miles south 1974 LWB CHIVY Pick-up
II Sendy Helen 4r Onion Co. Branch *M- Acre en SR-23B. In Countryi I acre) lot t of Starke.: off US-301. Va w/ oppr. Rebuilt engine >wW
High Cost of Living Got YoYDown? 9649t4.. OHkaAIMttaM 100- Acre an SR-lll. 1 SA ""' .1" tom- cant. Call{ 301/679.6096. and new brakes, $2300. -
IOO-1S6 Acre OH U I 00.t '.......A..hoMowltfl ./2O tpd9/>!9.; .967' DORADO ::
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.. .. i.SM... .... ......... I | 100-300 Acre OH SR-100. ,stodied ...... Slt.MO. GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE CADILLAC low mileage, 11
COMMERCIAL Janet M. Starling 1980 models priced to sell. Excelled condition. S3SCOar ";::
LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow .10 acres located] In hunting area Excellent I *Grocery hors Oe Stetlon. on 2 Acres. With Rebate Program best offer. Colt fo'f:
Trailer" SMa with fecllHles SR-241. Realtor. 7M-OT3I 964-8813. 9/3: 1
for hunting camp or lodge. $12,000 good } MIchal' large selection to choose 2tchg 9/IO.
taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BRAugustoccupancy. terms. *CB. hi.....* 10x60. N. on V acres, SR-231. Aeeee1641127..c.o-y from COMMUNITY 1972 CHIVY PICKUP TRUCK 13

These all electric MOBILE HOMEISALIES. facewills camper lop S2S..con s'i
; closet Q3Y acres, .xtrem.ly wooded, excellent In I Pleese cat! fe.'0d4lt1aote1lnfo.......... tory owned and operatad.1Ie. seen al 634 N. Cherry r t:.:
units are spacious, with, lots of ......... Owner financing. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Highway '301-N. Storka.; St. after S or anytime enSaturday. r.::

space,!;. and all have wall-to-wall carpet- .Commercial business already established. I Don't miss'awt en currant closing cast and kneese. Open 7 days o ....... 8/2O Itchg' 9/3.

ing, drapes and kitchen appliance. On Ready to walk Into. | rta v

Rental assistancefor Chicken haute broiler In operation; excellent PURCELl-Si Specialists In r
facilities.
site laundry WlMI.
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qualified applicants.For condition. $79,000. JANE S. USHER moderate priced! woman'sapparel I :rM' ... e ;:i:
sites S to 50 and
applications and information, .140 acre would make an,' exceptionalhorse /496-2126 or 496-2903 ladles. shoes siis 5M to -

S.W. 6th St. Lake or cattle( ranch or could be divided Into St. Lok. skitter' Fla. 12EEE will soon be openl' '
please see us at 1005 340 W. Moln : The Surgeon General' Has Oettrmmed !
In Starste. YOU CAN OWN
Butler, Florida 32054 or Call- 4963141. 10 Wanted ft 20 acre for tracts.client 20 acre., very Beclvded. "r..r."Aalwrr..wryRelbr-. THIS SHOP) Very small inThat, ifVntrSmoking 1 Is Dangerous toXaBl'HEahhv.Nm.nt .,.,. :

Equal Housing Opportunity. 'Day._' ,:. $1914Coil Call Mr. Alan !i
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YARDSA1E FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL PERSONAL LAND FOR RENT

,IIDA Y IIA TUIDA YI)family USED SERVICESCOOL SERVICES FOR SALE
garage sale. Some of NEWSPAPER MOVING MUST SELL 19"
everything. N.w ALUMINUM PLATES 24 X Sylvania color TV, like SEAL FOR TRAILER BALLET TAP JAZZ LARGE 2 BR HOUSE In
glassware, novelties), 36" 25' each. Bradford new $140: brand new TV TOPS material R labor ACROSl Ages 4 and up. 40 ACRES Heavily wooded Stark. Den laundry
dishes at reasonableprice County. T.I.groph. antenna and accessories, furnished. $75.00 Registration Sept, 8-9. 4 3 miles north of courthouseand room, attached garage erit1ilfgar
*. Corner US-301 and 964 6303. tin }WT $35; Just purchased love 431.1827.4/16 tfn. p.m., Old Armory across I mile east of US-301. $300 per month lease and :
SR16. at Gulf Station.9 am NEW CARPET NEW USED seat and matching chair, BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete from high school. For Infor- $1500 per acre. Owner reference required. Call
to 5 pm. Alto will rent Furnitur. ft Appliances. $160;. Singer sewing sharpening service, circular motion call Dorothy financing. Call Frances 1/726.7651.1/30 tin. REALTY
ipaco to anyone for tell. Plumb fixture and pipes. machine and table, $75; hand carbide Salazar 964-8476. 9/3 Mann Realty Inc.. DUPLEX APT 2.BR. living 4 "
ing. Phon. 964.3689 or BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 new Galaxy 3-speed floor chain, mower blade hollow 2tchg 910. Realtors. 374-4999 or room eat-in kitchen. $175 ... I
1.5180..7/23 tin South, 964-6679. 2/5 fan $18; pole lamps and ground and balanced 378.0442. 8/20 4tchg 9/10. per mo. $100 security ... PHONE 94-7776
GARAGE SALE Fri. t Sat., TFNchg more. Also, 1980 GS550L Leave at Jackson Building HELP deposit. Relerences. Call CECELIA I
Sept. 4-S. 7306. Sewing OKRA Picked FOR YOUR FREEZER Suzuki. Extras Like new, Supply in Stark.. Keystone .WANTEDINFORMATION ACREAGE 9647188. Itchg 9/3. TERWiutGAR 205 N, Temple, Starke ffSPECIAL i
machine, pots, pan, thr.time a w..k. under warranty. Assume Heights or lake Butler. 2.27 acres heavily wooded. FURNISHED APARTMENT
By bushel or half-bushel. $6500. Cash Sub. Terms. 'INCREDWIEl' i
dishessh..fs: payments. Call 964.8638 TFchg or Three large rooms; utilities
..............
Alaskan
bedspreads, double bed, Watermelons. $1.00 each. mornings and after 9 p.m. ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUSt on furnished. Suitable for one WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
Uik, baby b.d, sofa Call 9646528.. K..p trying. Keep trying. Itpd 9/3. and overseas employment. Strawberry Acres ..7 ac. working person. Ph.
carpet..Cloversettle Farm. 7/9 tfn.LIMEROCKt PUREBRED REGISTERED Phone 964-9148 or 9647619. Excellent Income poten Assume "% %...tg. 961.5461.8/27 Ifn.
7 mile south of Starke on 20 yard semi ANGUS BULL 3yr. old. TFchg tial. Call 312-741-978O, $15,000. FOR LEASE: 2000 sq. ft. bldg. Raiford Frame 3 OR 1 B Cypress
load only. Phone extension 4358. 8/201tpd ...........
SR100. llpd 9/3. Phone 964-B356 James SEWING MACHINES adjacent to Suzuki of barn & stables pool fenced &
YARD SALE Saturday mice.. 782-3172, Lawt.y. ALLEN Gaskins. TFNchg 5/14. REPAIRED All makes 9/10 14.06 Acresi Shady. Own Stork. on 30IS., call
Item. boss boat, brick TAYLOR. 7/30 tfn RECONDITIONEDTV'SiColors cleaned oiled and ad. LADIESi Free$300.00 toy kit. fin. Avail. 9% 21100. 9646020. or 961.5825.821FULLY crossfenced only $23,500.
hou*.. approx. I mil. out' DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN starting at justed. $15. Work Best party plan ever low ........... EQUIPPED
Bradford Villas offer in
HOUSE 301 South priced and gifts. No new concept lifestyle with
of city limit on right hand $100.00. Trode-in.welcome. guaranteed James toys barn RESTAURANT or could be
> 10 Access Large low maintenance adult housing offering charm
9646740. We and Sell Investment Approximately
side on SR 16E. 9647870. Buy Phone 9648212. Strickland corner Morgan used as an apartment.
Itchg 9/3. Used Furniture and Ap 6/11 tfn. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg $6.00 per hour. Phone stocked pond $23.000. 9647184. llchg 9/3. comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
... 8/13 tfn.' 1-323-8789 Friday, $5000 dn. Assum. mta.. starting at $33,409.
USED GE REFRIGERATORSi CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Monday. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE $100
:
YARD SALE Sat., Sept. 5: ...........
Boot motorcycle, baby CRAPESt U-Plck. Juicy and Excellent condition $100 Free estimates. Handy. 9 a.m. Ill S p.m. 8/13 6tchg deposit: $150 mo., no pets * * * *
items, clothing toy. lots sweet; light and dark up. Used Sears Kenmore Mon Fence Co. 9648559. 9/17. 6 Acres Well power pole, 533.2<174. Itpd 9/3. Pretty Lake Geneve lot with trees end white sand Rd.

of ml.c. Morgan Rd. bet on... Bring containers. gas stoves, excellent condition TFpd. 12/81, PARAMEDIC Bradford 10200. .. :2 BR MOBILE HOME: Furnished 100Country. $24.200.
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_.n US-301 N. and HW. Open 8 a.m. Ill 6 p.m., $75 up. Fluorescent TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call County Rescue Starke. or unfurnished' large Club House beautiful new I luxurious" well
16. Call 964.5169. I Itpd 9/3. Monday thru Saturday; lights$12. Phone 9647251. the Office' Shop, 110 W. Must be stale certified. For 10 Acres, Lg. pines. kitchen and master designed and well built" brick with huge walk-In closets V
YARD SALES Sat., Sun. Sunday, 2:30 to 6:30.: Off 8/27 2tpd 9/3. Call St., Starke, 'for details, more Information call $23.000. bedroom private lot. 2 This Is perfect for the large family that love golf *> tennis.
(P.M.) Mon: Plant, ferret 200A. 4 mi. west of HIDE-A-SED SOFAS beige, 964.576Ifn.. 964-6000. 8/27 3tchg 9/10. ........... miles south of Slarke. $180 449 Pratt St. Neat 1650 ... ft. CrttA carpeted
mite. item, relrlg. 3'/4 mi. Melrose. See signs $150; earth-tone plaid GLASS CUT TO ORDER LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER to Lawtey-1 ac. well septic, per mo. 4682101. 93I 47900.
west o' Starke next to Pin. longneckers. 473-1 131 or sofa $120; desk $30; Doors windows, etc. help with semi-invalid. util. house, dog pen. Land I BR APARTMENT: Heat and We are proud to offer one of Bredferd's finest' '
Level Baptist Church. Itchg 473.2702.8/20 4thcg 9/10. AM/FM stereo with turntable JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Salary plus room and scaped. $6800. air conditioning. Furnish residences, situated on 33 acres over 3.000 so,. ft. egorgeous <
9/3. 16 MM PROJECTOR Bell andHowell. $60; Ig. dining table, / 9646078. Orders also board. Coll 964.5855. Janet M.. Starling ed. Coll alter 5 p.m. house, CHtA. handsome barns Impeccablymaintained. '
MOVING SALES Furniture, Filmsound with 6 chairs, $150; tan.wlv.1 taken In Lake Butler Lucille Mundorif. 639 E. 9646201. llchg 9/3. .
plants TV other Item. Specialist, $50.00. Earl rocker $45; chest- 496-3079 and Keystone Laura St., 8/27 tfn. Realtor.712-331 :S BR MOBILE HOME on SR- .
121 Bessent Rd. Large, corner let-nicely landscapedCB
Friday S.pt.1. from 9 a.m. Muse %4.7535 after 6p.m. drawers, $60; 2 end Height. 4734973. 2/26 MAID Apply In person. Trail Michael B. Cooney 230A. $ISO per mo., $100
3 BR 2 8 CMA ettlc fan lot of
8/20 9/10. Motel and Restaurant plus storage space- 14
2 All 4tpd tables, $20; Ig. shelves, tf n. Realtor Assoc.. '''-27 security deposit. Furnish
til Day Saturday.
p.m. BUDDY ALTO-SAXs Excellent US-3OI N. lawtey. 8/27 .20' carport 6' x 14' utility room. 140 ... ft. patio, fenced
Grllfls loop west of $60. Phone Encore 321 N. NEW AND USED WATER tfnchg. ed. Call 9648704. Itchg
Church. Look for sign or condition, $200. Temple Ave., 964-5648. CONDITIONERS! Sale and 2tchg 9/03. 'URNISHED/ APARTMENT back yard plus 24'x2light.d shed.
call 9648638. llpd 9/3. CAII 46S-2889. 8/27 2tchg I trig 9/3. Service. Call for free water PART TIME! Installing security Utilities included. Call Seventh Day Adventist Church Rd. 230A. The lot
GARAGE SALE 600 W. 9/03. FRI. THRU MONi ft. x 35 ... analyst and information. systems, must be clean FOR RENT 964-6112 or 964.5261.9,3 measure 100' x US' and hoe nice trees.$13.000-Cah.
Adkln St. Saturday. 1 KOEHLER. CAMPBELL mobile home, $800; Dune 9645673.312 tfn. cut dependable and stand 21chg 910. .Sp.clou.4.12 ., Brick CrUA. fireplace, carport paved
Magic Chef stove. 1 GE PIANO Excellent condi buggy, $100; baby crib and BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK police Investigation. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 3 ROOMS AND BATH furnished driveway fenced carpets, dishwasher stove built-in,
Refrigerator plus many tion. $850. Call 4682889. other items. 2 lots. In. SERVICE Bradford County 473-334. Itpd 9/3. HOME PARK mobile homes apt. with lights furnished average utility bill SI20. Selling price S4S.OOO with ...u....
more Item I tchg 9/3. 8/27 2tchg 9/03. terlachen. Call 473-2931 residential pump-outs, HOME SEWING Earn extra and spaces for rent. ; also 6-room and mortgage of $27.oooqc'mo.( pay. 264.$4. AvailableOct.
YARD SALE All proceeds go I' FLUORSCENT LITE fixtures .. after 6 p.m. Itpd 9/3. $50. We also r.lay drain Income. All og... Free In Recreational Vehicles both stove and relrlg. fur I. 1911.
to Muscular Dystrophy used, 2 bulb typ., $9 4-SALE: Small copy machine /lines. Phone 964-8121. formation. Sewing Dept. welcome, Phone 4682912. nished. Inquire 514 Epperson Zoned commercial lovely home for th. profesilonalepprox.
each. N.w 8' plastic typewriter 8-track topes, SIGN PAINTING. Commerclot 200 Main Corbln. KY St. or 517 .
ft.
follow sign Bessent Rd. TFchg 2.000 seq. CiLIA carpeted drape, 3 or 4
Thurs.-Sot. Sponsored by covered fixtures, $25.00 albums, books and more. and private. w. will 40701. 9/3 2tpd 9/10. HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping Westmoreland St. llchg bedroom 2 bath, LI, DR. Kitchen with eat-in area,
Keyitone Uniform. llpd each. Rick. *. 964-9 184. Bpd Can be seen at KOA, Lot design. Call 964.8669 REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN room TV and Air S BEDROOM MOBILE HOME spacious utility room, carport screened porch paved
9/3. 9/3. 26-A after 3 p.m. Ask foi before 3 p.m. 496.3291 Salary $8300 to Underwood Motel 3 miles In Lowtey; prefer 2 small driveway .4 extra lots well landscaped available now)
YARD SAlli, Thurs. C Fri.. 10" RADIAL ARM SAWS Milton or Chris. Itpd 9/3. anytime. 7/2 tfn.HP S95OO depending on .. North of Starke on Hwy children: pay own utility, Your heart will beat lasterl Brick 4 BR 2 B Klngsley lak..
237 Monroe St.. Sears n.w. $250. Router LIKE NEW MEN'S 26" WOOD SPLITTER 'for perience. Professionalwork 301.10/9 tnchg bill, Partlyurn.. Garden
across 334 N. CB available
Myrtle now large master
from Sonny BBQ and next Sears new $40. New 10-SPEEDi Bicycle $80.Engll.h rent hour or day. Agridite, with mentally retarded MOBILE HOMES Two and space. No p.,.. $165 per bedroom with prlvete bath 1408 CHtAcarpeted .
wood columns. Ricks. adults In a work activity appro
to Eastern station. Electric Saddle, $40; Frost 964.6465.7/16 8tchg 9/3. three bedrooms; clean. mo. $55 deposit 782-3279 .
kitchen with bar Assum. and
stove, 3-diriette sets, 964-9184. Itpd 9/3. free Kenmore refrigeratorfreezer STURDY DECKS BURT to your center. Duties include pro. Highway 16 and 225. New TRAILER LOTS high and dry; will.. take back second. mortgage owner
Convenient to
VENTED LP GAS HEATER planning evaluation everything
cloth., old and $300. 9648827. specifications with all gram owners, formerly Whites oak shade trees, 2 miles'
typewriter 49,000 BTU with a circulating 93.BEDROOM. case management. 1026 Eastwood Drive 3 BR I'/iB CM on quiet street .
stand. 2-kltchen dish Itpd pressur.-treat.d wood. Park. Call 4681323.. 3/12 South on 301 964 8238. 9 3
cabinets, couch and chair fan good condition. SUITEi man's $5.50 *q. ft. 35 years Qualifications: 2 yrs. college tin.' tin.r some carpet central heat window A/C, trees, large .

and o.h.r furniture. Old Asking$190.feet of 10-speed bicycle, antique carpentry experience. Call 1 year experience in 1 BR. 1 BA, LIVING ROOM. utility room carport.
trunk and other antique kitchen cabinets, base unit tobl. 413 Polk St. Call Red 782.3330, Lawtey. tin. human service or related dining room kitchen .101 S. Colley Rd. Brick 3 BR. IV, B VA loan Sis.JOS..
964-688O. I tpd 9/3. and wall. ..xc.ll.ncondl 964.5751.9/31tpd. HAY DELIVERED: Call area. (Preferably menial central heat and air. In dl9Ytm Interest pay. S2S6.30 a month corner tot I'
SALE Sot tion wood grain exterior. HERCULON COUCH and 1/5290903 or 12845111.: retardation). Send resumeto Phone 4681779. ..rog..3 blocks hospital 1 block school.
YARD Fri.t S.pt. Hampton
4'8 S. 9 a.m-7? Five $200 or best offer. 8 feet of matching choir $90. Call Clay County. 8/27 4tchg. Bob Larimer. Sunshine (lat months rent in advance "Frame BR 1 B, IR, DR. front porch several pecan trees
base cabinet with Formica 9648665 after 5 30 P.M..COMMERCIAL. Acres, P.O. Box 509. 1.6 6 miles from Starke off
families, lot of' .z. 12 : 9/17. ) 5/7 tfnchg. Used patltts on acres Hwy. 101 on SR IB E.
women' clothing: men's top good for a workshop, .. .SHOP IN YOUR OWN HOME Stark.: FL 32091. 9/3 2tchg STARKE AREA 3 BR home Brooklyn Lake Adorable board I batten cottage with 2
clothes book t'.a -: ,be.t-.offer.CalkJ82.3054.u3E09 Thousands* "of' Item"to, : 9/10. $250 per mo., first and last BR'!..,.kitchen. living area, screened. parch deck .

pllances. 80m..1w1lP>>'''. fU. 'Jl< f Jlfnib'3si slrltiaaROPERTY! : ;' sr: j choose! / m1407i: ( tools..offs' -"PARTtlME.VOCATIONAL: $3.55 SUPERVISOR per hour. .mo.. In adv., plus sec. d.p. CH4A-excellent condition,,. ell this add up to e co.r ,
Jewe'lr'clolhlng, STARLING.
mi. S. of Stork. on 301 at '' JANET M. lifestyle.
Shady Oak Trail.r Park. refrigerator. Work good. small appliances, china} 25 hours weeklySkpvrW Realtor.. 782-3931 Eve. e r r r PREFERRED PROPERTIES, :
$50. Call 964-7919 after' 4 BRADFORD MINI sion and Instruction for
Itpd 9/3. silver sport equipment vocational skills mentally .' Michael B. Cooney, Assoc. .80 acres 4 J Bit frame home In "..r..a area,
p.m. 9/3 to
tfpd. WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX
toy and much more. Call 961.8827.8/13, tfn. e rV.h fake wilt .
YOUR OWN BUSINESS Inventory for sale. 80 pct. 964-8813 for retarded adults in work camp an good Milling llflrg quarters.S7600 I
for 1 complete flea owner financing availableat appointment.Hchg93. activity canter (Sunshine for small frame home en city lot ("..rI. riC).
BOATS e Valuable property on 301 odjactnl/ Co..,. Telephone.
market booth. 5.11 11 pct. I'/i acres with WILL BABVSITi days in Acres) Desire experiencein
separately or together.Call room for expansion. 100 home. Call 964-5991 I 11chg my carpentry mechanical r TOO' an 301 1.41 A. Finest commercial property.
16 FT. SPORTCRAFT boat: 63 782.3217 anytime. 9/3 pet. occupancy plus 9/3. aptitude. Qualifications: CARPET CLEANING 5511,30011 acres er>0fer< Por.s/N.igh/s on Re I6W.
School education 2 e Two f A 4 milt
hp Evlnrude motor. 2tpd 9/10. waiting list. Phone owner WILL BABYSITS in my home, High parcels oppro. from Srarxe.
Reasonable offer Can try MAPLE FINISH bunk bed 173.2735.8/6 tfn Mon-Frl., hot lunches, nice years experience in vocational 125,000 for 4.85 nice acres on 301 N. Highly ees're6le.
ifake.! Phon. and mattresses. $35. Drive PROMISING BUSINESS For yard call m. at my home, area. Send resumeto e40 acrei-f/mber-rooe'i-Hompron.Owif. f.... I2*.
on Klngsley #18. Kingsley Lake. L.. Sale: Owner financing.Call 964-6243. Itchg 9/3. Bob Larimer, Sunshine OS....500 Worthmgten Springs store and 2 'lots
533.2366.8/6 TFn
Canova. tpd 9/3. 9647189. 1tchq 9/3. PIANO' LESSONS Beginningto Acres P.O. Box 509. e lor .7. near Country Club 18.800.
Starke, FL 32091, 9/3.
Intermediate. Qualified e4.S acres really secfuded-n/ce frees St.OOO.
I teacher. Call 964-8372 for 2tchg 9/10. e40 acres lowly area 542.000.Own.r ""anc..
.. GRAPES MOBILE; HOME lesions. 9/3 2tchg 9/10. e New modern, CB store 301 lawtey,S52.000. Owner Ha.Beout'MBessentRd. .

Largo Sweet 'SERVICE; POLES BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Motorcycle lot-133x250'.

lines! and itOOi 0.MJT." Large or small |lobs, 20 20% Off .5 acroi appro. 9 miles west Srarfce-Sf.. Rd. 100.lawtey .
; 180 YAMAHA 650 Black
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"' years experience, all tax : 5 301-CB store-Slt.500.ewn.ffn.
k. forms, Public, with helmet $1850; 'also on Cleaning .
Notary
i tot on E. Call St. Coll for details.
Scupp.mong. :
fIY.PI Open 11 reasonable rates. Sit down yellow ladies wedding gold $600 set.K, heavy, t thru .7 '.acr. lots Srewnlee ltd. $4.000 A. 20*. down 12*.
with us to discuss requirements
your .
Calf .
commercial let
Lillys and duty motorcycle trailer s" 100' 190' Owner lln. S9.900.
'as Florehome, Fl. Highway 100 /fill them. Located our abilityto In $800. 9645072. Itchg 9/3. Sept. 29 .5.5 acres near Presbyt.Church 4 fsospllol-ma.. ."...
e43 Ac. lawtey area formerly lore Skin ledge"S40.000.
1976 HONDA CB360TI Electric
,"0'12.. miles.. east of Keystone Heights appointment.lawley. Call 782-3744 9/3 3tpd for start. Excellent condition I With This Ad .4.78 Acres Rd. 230A m Wilson Rd. S If,700.

121 19.000 miles. S1OO.OO __ Country Club 'lor 180' !.]'-nice location-SI0.000.
s2WsOFISSlOalTTREE== worth of accessories Incl. I .Busy. e./f./ Water St. lot 335' a .6' Owner Hn. Sl9fOO.

: "We Pickup Butcher, Chill Cut and Wrap" SSOO or best oiler. Call e 7000 .". ,.. CB blda. on Hd. 161 Owner fin,
: SI: YICE 964.8566 after S p.m. 9/3 Realtor A..ae'o-AIt.r' Hours

"' All Types *..Insured 21pd 9/10. Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman' 0 1616593Fred
1910 SUZUKI CSSSOlt Under
ESTIMATES fPM"FRED warranty, low mileage,, Tsai Tits Er Carpet: .,ron Terwillegar-V64-7774 Socket 0 Irok.r-Sal.sman OerriL.nnon 0 48.1444-/96.31/0
excellent condition. $2400
"Call Theme D. MeHfee 1
Marlene Roberts-941.1505 Martha Dorko-712.3397
for Call
new Selling 1895.
49M731 Lake laUer HARDEE'S MEAT MARKET 964-8638 mornings or after 964.7423 Anne Terwillegar Nelson-475-1677

9 p.m. Must 5.1111 I Itpd 13t N. Chcrrv Street. Starke -
,From the Pen to the Pen

[Portable: Buildings We make It Easier for You 9/3. .
U"ADriven

SHZiMI;;8F STARK .ER

214 E. Washington St. Open Monday Seturdey ....". .
St....., Florida 3201: ; Semi-Truck.
9446725MOBILE
Ray 391S li//-8520 rJ Jimmy Moore' CARRIER DAY ..,T4> I Or Heevy Equipment

6X10:thru 12X o._.rare....'lass....'...11,

Starke Phone I III I ...:>n....
HOME Sun. Sports MOBILE HOME
Florida 964.5791New
INSURANCE'HOMEOWNER5 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Well

Swings Rockers Merc. 9.8 Reg. 1295 . Special- M035. Drilling
POLICIES AT POLICIES
'24.9521.93 m m

Located At A&K F.edi i REASONABLE RATES New Merc. 18 Reg. 1495..0 .Special 1295 AT 2" Thru 6"REASONABLE
RATESOlfn't

964-5711 WARNNOHurrlcone New Merc.. 40EL Reg. 23 5. Special 1895 ........ asl Rotary

Vl. If you season ore one Is of uponus. the New Merc. 50EL 2995. '2295 Mobil Drilling Equipment
Reg. .., Special Home Sales
Your 1 2 few who don'tov./ In. STATE. . .LICENSED. . . .
Get X lurance H end when o New Merc..70EL Reg. 3295. .. .Special '2595 FREE QUOTES
hurricane approaches, yov Phone 964.S606 Pttmpav
'Ready won't be able to purchase Elaine M Olin. - - .
New Merc. 80EL Reg. 3495 . .Special 2895 Agent
Mobile" Home Insurance 'Mho New A Used

For Sounds like mulflpBc So take advantage of the New Merc.. 90EL PT Reg. 4395... .Special '3695 Sales-Parts-Service
lion? Guess again. Ifs circumstances and pur-

WinterWe newspaper talk tor !a chose Olln'8 your Insurance Mobile now. New Merc. 1 115EL PT Reg. 4895. .Special 3895 VACUUMSALE . E-Z: .TermsPlumbing.. . .

one column by 2-inch Home Sale* .......

Do Major ad. Too smaB to be effective FREE QUOTES Used Merc.. 85 hp. . 155 .
I.. Phone NEW i USED. New Installation
? You're 964-M06
reading
Repairs Tune-ups, Used Merc. '
this onel ....... M. OWn. Agent 1500. 150 hp PT1977.. 225 We finance our own'\' .Remodeling! : .Repairs! : .
& Tires ,
Brakes Used Merc. 65 Power Tilt. .. . '1495 KIR8VS

Certified Mechanic Used Merc. 40 hp EL 1978. 4. '. '1095 ROYALS 9 Da. .rr. nee_ .

Check our specializing hr' SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS Service Specialist* HOOVERS EUREKAS PUMP

Foreign Cars Experienced Sewing Machine I Merc Outboard Mvrcruisw StcrnDrivr Fifoi'rislas IU-|>..nrOUTBOARDSI ELECTROIUX 8

operators. Must ,be able to work 4V4 FILTER QUEENS i SUPPLY


,Jessie. Branson Senlet Technician days 40 hour week. SEARS
COMPANY
Apply in person on your vacation we COMMERCIAL
We repair all makes. . .
will be for Interviews
r STAftKIFIRESTONE open 7 a.m. to 4

p.m. Monday thru Friday. AL YOUNG'S 864 N.

Starke Uniform Manufacturing Since 157 Temple Avenue

441 E, Brownlee St., Starke Fla. 964-69# .Starke. Florida
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Page 811 September _




I Hunting Dates '81-82 [II R *:11 I


Florida's 1981-82 hunting season
DTMB
begins next month and will continue Northwest Region (no other turkey

day through experimental spring, with duck a special harvest five-in hunting ties of the permitted Northwest in remaining Regiongob i coun-

blers only In Alachua County in the
September, an added bonus to thisyear'
Northeast Region and either sex
,
calendar, according to the
turkey in the remaining counties of
_
Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
the Northeast Region, and in the Cen-
sion.
tral, South and Everglades regions eA !
"A true will be
sportsman con (with a daily bag limit of one, a
siderate of fellow hunters and
nonhunters -
season limit of two and a possessionlimit
"
alike, said .
Col. Robert.M.
bobwhite .n. c
of two); quail season
Brantly, executive director of, the begins In all areas Florida with daily ..
Commission, in announcing the bag limit of 12,a possession limit of .
season calendar. "We encourage all 24 and no season limit; gray squirrel sale Good thru Labor Day Oty Limited &
hunters to be certain to utilize safe season opens statewide with a daily .& : ..
hunting practices on their outings and bag limit of ten, possession limit of 20 No Rainchecks
conduct, themselves" in a sport-' and no season limit; fox squirrel m MS*'
"smanlike fashion. season except in Lee, Hendry, faJuiJly_
opens
Brantly said Florida outdoorsmen Palm Beach, Monroe Collier EGMSFGEE( ) 01(t mesa( :
were fortunate to have the widerangeof Broward and Dade counties with a

wilderness settings and waterfowl daily bag limit of two, possession WJfJJ/Wffi! ( / IBIJW\113W: 22 oz. B'II.j01 Labor 9 til 6
habitat that provides ample oppor- limit of four and no season limit; and Open Day
tunity for sport hunting and which wild hog season begins only in those : SOOTW STARK FLORIDA Ivory Dawn Joy
also serves to enhance the food sourceof considered ,
areas they are game on
thousands of families. some wildlife management areas, Mildu Pru'CLOROI
Gal. tl.'
Here is the 1981-82 calendar as Palm Beach and Alachua counties DII
released by the Commission: and specifically those portions of Col-
-September 2-Rail marsh hen) .
lier, Dade and Monroe counties west
and common gallinule season begins of Levee 28, south of SR 84 north of Mildew
with harvest hours 1/2 hour before Everglades National Park and east of
sunrise to sunset. Bag limit for com- SR 29 where they may be taken only Detergent
mon gallinule is 15 daily or possessionlimit during the archery, muzzleloadinggun
of 30; sora or Virginia rail, 25 and general hunting season) witha Remover
daily and possession limit 25 (singlyor daily bag limit of one,possession of
in the aggregate), and clapper or
two and no season bag limit. Black
king rails, 15 daily and possession 30 bear season begins in Columbia and 9ge
(singly or aggregate). Baker counties only in the Northeast 77c 7 9
-September 19Archery season Region. Daily bag limit is one, as is 1
begins statewide. Areas closed to archery the season bag limit. Consult general .
hunting include Broward Coun- regulations governing the taking of Limit 3
Rtf.2"
ty; that portion of Dade County east bear.
of Levee 28 and south of U.S. Highway
2 Lifer
41; that portion of Palm Beach Coun-
-November 25Duck and coot
ty south of State Road 80; that portionof
(1/2 hour before
Hendry County east of Levee 1 and season begins Bottle
.
sunrise to sunset) The daily bag limitof
Levee 2 and those portions of Collier
; ducks is from one to ten, singly or
and Monroe counties south of U.S.
Highway 41. Legal to harvest deer in the aggregate, depending on the Coke$119Ea. The limit is 16 PackPepsi
taken. daily
spotted fawn) bear in Col- species
except
; reached when the value of the
umbia and Baker counties; turkey(in point Labor Day Cookout Specials
the Northwest Region in Leon, last duck taken, when added to the
of the value of other ducks
sum point
Gadsden, Wakulla and Jefferson Cans
taken that exceeds -
already day equals or
counties only and for gobblers only);
squirrel quail rabbit and wild hogs. 100 points. The point values
; ;
for Kingsford TG&Y Qt. can '
assigned to species are can-
See bag limits for all the above under
"November vasbacks, fulvous tree ducks, 100; .
14.
of redhead, hen mallard, black duck, PEPSI
-SeptemberOpening special Florida duck, wood duck and hood 9" Charcoal StartingFlyid
duck (1/2
early experimental season ( '
70 drake mallard,
ring-
hour before sunrise to sunset). Bag merganser ;
limit is four ducks necked duck, ruddy duck, bufflehead
per day not more 100 Count
and goldeneye, 25; pintail, scaup,
than one of which may be a species Briqyefs $179
and teal,
other than teal or wood duck. blue-winged green-winged
-September 30Close of ex gadwall, shoveler, widgeon, PaperPlates Ea.
duck American and red-breasted C
perimental season.
mergansers and all sea ducks,10; and $137 99
ing October dove season 3First(from phase noon of to sunset mourn-) all other species and sexes of ducks, 10 u.Bas, Ea. RIC.err Li.

with daily bag limit of 12 and a posses- 25. Coots have no assigned point RII.s2"
values but have a daily limit of 15 and
sion limit of 24.During the first phase, 11"
the portion of Franklin County east possession limit of 30. The taking of Reg.
and south of U.S. 98 including brant or geese is prohibited. In Leon
Alligator Point will be closed. Special County and Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson 61CTG&Y
bear hunts this month on County, waterfowl hunting is
Apalachicola and Osceola wildlife permitted only on Wednesdays,
management areas. Consult manage- Saturdays and Sundays during the HiDri1 Ply 4 Roll Pkj

ment area maps for regulations. statewide season November 25 140 Gt. 2 PKC FOR
-October 18Archery season through December 6, and December
closes. 12 through January 18. In addition to 60
-October Muzzleloading gun Wednesdays,Saturdays and Sundays, $ 00 Toilet Tissue
season begins in the Northeast Central waterfowl hunting is permitted on NAPKINS | E&|
South and Everglades regionsfor November 26-27, December 24-25,
December 31-January 1. and on
antlered deer with one or more
antlers at least one inch in length visi- January 18.November. van camps -16 oz. cans 3 FORTUNA
ble above the hairline rabbits wild .
; ;
hog (see"November 14" for description mourning- dove 29Second season ends.phase of ChickenoftheSea 2 FOR 00

-October); squirrel and quail. December 5Woodcock season 00 Pork I Beans $1
Muzzleloading gun
season ends.November. begins ((1/2 hour before sunrise to $1
sunset) with daily limit of five and
1 1-First phase of mour- possession of ten. '.hL.>tn
ning dove season ends.

-November 7Snipe season begins -December 6- Duck and coot
styro Foam 20 ct.
16 oz.
(1/2 hour before sunrise to sunset) .
season ends (first phase)
with a daily bag limit of 8 and a
December 12Second phase of $117.96 LAWN
Reg.
possession limit of 16. C
duck and coot season begins((1/2 hour 1
-November 10Rail and gallinule cUPS
before sunrise to sunset); third phaseof
season closes.November Ra .!.'
14Second phase of mourning dove season begins. (1/2 Mower 3 H.P. 20"Get $8900 ;
hour before sunrise to sunset)
mourning dove season begins ((1/2

hour before sunrise to sunset); January 4-Third phase of mourn-
antlered white-tailed deer season dove 20" 2 speed
ing season ends.
1\\1
opens statewide (daily bag limit is January 10Wild hog season : .' ,, '
two with possession limit of three and ends; black bear season ends in \ Reg. $22.99 Special
., .
,
no season limit); permits to take Baker and Columbia counties,turkey '
antlerless deer are available on some season ends in Northeast, Central,
wildlife management areas and on Group.
South and
Everglades regions; white-
some private properties (consult Box Fan
tailed deer season in Nortrheast.Cen-
nearest office of the Commission for Ready For
,
tral South and Everglades regions
details); turkey season opens with ends. Of Ladies v .
gobblers only in Leon Gadsden, .
Wakulla and Jefferson counties of the Hunting Season .
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