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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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The 1,037 voters, a 42 percent turnout w
who went to the polls also in-
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question put by the city commissionthat
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Straw Ballot Do you' favor additional Vernon Silcox Neil TuckerNew
multi-family apartmant
Wins Sixth Term : City Clerk
unit In th* City of Stark,

Florida? pointed out. He also made a lot of new meeting in October which is Tues-
Yes 641 friends and learned a lot about local day, Oct. 6.Included.
No 342 politics and local politicians. in that ceremony will be
Milligan says he may try city Police Chief Jimmy Bowen and

"I sincerely appreciate the trust the politics again. Mayor-Commissioner Charles
Jii people have placed in me by electing Tucker thought a low vote would Schaefer Group 2, who had no opposi-

'"""' ..... .._* me city clerk.,My pledge is and has hurt him and favor Milligan. tion. Bowen( will begin his 7th two-
? __ been to use'' my abilities and experience Veteran.Commissioner Silcox came year term, Schaefer his fifth.
0j4I 'J1 to do the very best job I away with a comfortable victory The dean of the city commission
ii : ., am can"said new clerk Neil Tucker, the without working too hard against Silcox will begin his sixth term.
first change 4n that post,in the past 22 newcomejr.Danny Belcher. At the
; Tucker served
\ same time there'were enough votes eight years on the city i-
yeAJ4.rucket. former
' .... (.i-. '. : .. 1N t1 1x 'TtinuiTrjind amnynwTf a "ni.city.Jh"ii coun-,been '"" them cast"against.think *: the.*4'" 'winners,' -. ..to... make. Bercher"and council prior to 1974.'Milligan .'c
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;.; but declined to When It started to rain about 5 5pm., newcomers to city politics
t' M .o' ; run against
1 1 retiring clerk Merrill Edwards. the hour the heaviest voting usually
.... occurs in city elections, activity at the
J.' I Tucker faces a desk full of work paled polls at city hall came almost to a
,i high since clerk Edwards has been standstill observers said. Less than Haddock, Woods,
t:...... unable to get to the office. 100 voters came after 5 p.m.. they
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"For the first time out of the chute, said.There were three vol ing tables in ci- Mitzel Evans
Starke Election Hoop-La... I thought I ran a pretty good race," ty hall, instead of the two in previous ,

I Ballots are poured onto the table to be counted top left. Commissioners Bobby Milner and Jimmy Crosby, middle said accountant and H & R Block elections, and there never was a long
Acting City Clerk Elise Pass tallies ballot stubs for a vote right. Loser Jean Milligan and winner Neil Tucker shook representative Milligan,caught at the line the entire day, said acting clerk Win in Hampton
count top right. No pressure was on Mayor Charles hands in a friendly manner, bottom right.Three heads are office Wednesday morning catchingup Elise Pass In previous( elections the
Schaefer who got by with no opposition as he talks to City better than one in figuring up vote totals, bottom left. on a backlog of work. His can- lines went all the way to the corner of !98 1I,1I1Iplllll'utCrI elected 4 councilmen -
didacy eave DOODle a choice.. Millican Jefferson Street she noted.
Sept. 8. According to (those
There was concern among Milligan fathered at the poll this was! an
Turnover Rate ArguedHigher supporters just when a preliminary unusually small turnout.
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tally put the vote count at 1,566. Top vote getter was! Jane Haddock
Milligan counters his wife and with 82 votes. Uljssess: Woods received -
Salaries for Firemen Soughtfiremen daughter Joyce Bearnon had counted 5;> Votes: Dewa>\ht'-l'II'l'cl'in'd:
: City way less. But it was just incorrect ad- 48 votes! and John Evans received
ding and in a few minutes a new voles
lower count was announced.
Citing a 200 percent turnover in the before the Starke city com Firemen would rather keep the pay Approved Metropolitan as the ci- Haddock works 'for Southern Boll
I'' past two years Rev. Warren Langer, mission. system they have now, than to do ty's new hospitalization insurance The vote counting, done by hand Telephone in Gainesville.: Woods (the
pastor of the First United Methodist Rev. Langer, a volunteer city without the extra benefits and be paid carrier. Premimums went up con- went smoothly and was finished by 9 first black ever to quality| to run for
'Church of Starke, pumped Tuesday fireman, said he is disappointed in the for all the hours they put in. siderably but Metropolitan offered p.m., said" Mrs. Pass. "Surprisingly Hampton ('it'l'uuIIl'lll: ) is teacher in
night, Sept. 1, for,higher salaries forTHURSOAY.SEPT,10 salaries of the regular firemen, who City firemen currently are on duty $5,000 life insurance for the same enough, she added noting it was her the Alaehua County School S.)Sll'l11.
Langer. said earn less than a city 24 hours and off duty 49 hours but amount of money as policies from first time to run a city election. Mil/el l is: a truck driver with Slade

laborer or policeman, when the hours they are on call for a fire at all times. Blue Cross Blue Shield and Aetna. Conspicuous because of his Transport Company Evans! is
the firemen put in are considered. Because of the requirement that the BC-BS was the former carrier. abscence was city clerk Merrill Ed- employed iis: a correctional olliccr at'
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby fire station be manned the firemen wards who( did not run this year due to Florida State Prison.
argued that the city Fire Departmenthas put in 56 hours per week Was told by Utility SuperintendentMerrill ill health Edwards, who will have
had no one quit in the past nine Dees that Keystone Paving served 22 years as city clerk was too The lop three vote-getters: will
months, pointed out there is a new ci- Policeman currently work 12 hour has checked with his departmentabout weak to come( to the polls. He cast an !serve for t\vo 111':01.: : Evans; \ will serve
ty regime and that perhaps some of shifts with three days on and three paving Euclid Street. Owner absentee ballot Tuesday. one year't'he
the problems that existed a year ago days off. The policemen chose this Hank Kyle said he will start work as
have been at least partially solved. method so they can hold down part- soon as the wet weather permits, The five new office holders will be new l'Olll1dll11l'mbl'I'K will lake
J time jobs to supplement their Dees said sworn in at the first city commission oil lel' Sept. !9.
"I'd like to know where you get the salaries.In .
turnover rate information Commissioner -

Crosby said. other action Tuesday night, Sept Hearing on Lawtey Budget Set Sept. 21 I

"I have the same information you 1, the city commission: -
have," Rev. Langer replied, reading
:: .. a list of some nine or 10 firemen who Accepted, reluctantly the resignation The Lawtey City Council Tuesday caution 'light at the intersection of ohter half. At the suggestion ofLavvtey
DISABLED AMERICAN left,the department either for another of Zoning and Planning Board night reviewed its $115.731 general roads 225 and 200A in l..awteohere\ Volunteer Fire duel!' liill
VETERANS job with the city or quit. Chairman Drew Reddish whose term fund budget and $62.175 Water three serious accidents have occurredin 'rouse: the council will also: request t
Crosby said he doesn't count as turnover expires in September. Commis- Department budget for 1981-82 and set the past two months, the installation III'a second l fire
Chapter 1 those firemen who transferredto sioners asked Reddish to stay on, but Monday, Sept. 21. at 7:3U: p m. for Voted In pay o (-halt' the salary ol hydrant at the school to avoid i the
Meeting 7:30 p.m. other city departments or got pro- deferred to his desire to resign, and public hearing and final adoption. a crossing guard at US ::1U1< in "Front ol possibility of ",lI1ot hl'r catastrophe"
Pratt St. Recreation Center moted. Only one fireman left becauseof thanked the Green Acres resident for Budget totals showed only small in- the Law ley' Elementary School and like the recent Lake Kutler school
y dissatisfaction he said and no one his valuable service for the past three creases over 1900-81 figures ($10H.)30(): request the School Board to pay the lire.
\ FRIDAY.SEPTEMBERJIFOOTBALL_ has quit the fire department since last years. General "Fund and $53.645 Water
GAME Department due to cost of
September. largely
Starke vs MacclennyBHS No matter the reason, the city is Established a new practice of not living salary raises and increased Zoning Okayed for Accounting Office
Stadium, still left with inexperienced and untrained taking up zoning board recommendations utility costs.
1:00 P.M. firemen, Rev. Langer replied. unless someone appeals a zoning City Clerk Lucille Shuford announced I
rrr .r..rFOOTBALLSEASONTICKETS With only a two-man crew local board decision to the commission. that the qualifying period for can- On US-301 North For Al Young's Son
rescue unit personnel cannot ad- The zoning board is empowered to reject didates in the December 8 election
ARE NOW ON SALE minister heart massage to patient or approve a land use applica- will open Tuesday. Oct. 6, and close Albert F, Young received favorable Bay.less Highway 2 miles west ol"
BHS Finance Office without the help of a fireman, .Langer tions and the council does not have to October 20. Up for election will be recommendation TUe'sdanight., Road 16, Iron OH to :Neighborhood" !
$1(.00 each pointed out. take any further action. City Attorney three councilmen, the City Clerk and August 25.on a petition for rezoning to Commercial for opera I ion ol a beauty'
Ask for Mrs. Prevatt City laborers earn from a low $8,320 George Pierce backed up councilmen Chief of Police. Council members construct it 20 x :J ll() accounting office.
Please pick up tickets,, before Fri to a high' of $9,150, firemen earn Bobby Milner and Jimmy Crosby in with expiring terms are Chairman on US-:301! north shop.Agreed 'to a public hearing on -1,8\:
: day. If you have never had reserved $10,068, and a policeman earns the matter. Marvin Rosier Robert Scott and Young operates vacuum cleaner! acres, owned In', Charles Knight, on
seal tickets you can purchase them .$13,000 according to city records. Until Tuesday night the city com- H.W, t Buster) Bennett.
sales and service business and I he ac- 'the west side 01' U.S. :)thrce-louilhs( :
now. Mayor Charles Schaefer said the city mission has taken each ,,_ .Jn'other action Tuesday night (heCouncil
r up zoning application -- : counting office/ will be used b>' his.son. mile north' of Slarke from
pays for the food firemen eat whileon individually and either approved : : Residential-Mobile Home to ILW
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 duty, pays to have their uniforms or rejected the zoning board s Discussed contacting the County The one-acre site is located two light i industry"* for use us a mini-
CAR WASH laundered and buys the uniforms. recommendation, Commission in regard to placing a miles north of Starke on the west\ !side vvarohousc locution. Knight wax
9a.m.3pm.Community of 301. The ;zoning will be changed "
represented ill themci'lintf by realhrr51'ayne
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Bank Lot from Open Rural to( Residential-
ulI I II.Presbyterians.
Green Acres 4H Club Outside. I 4 Inside...... Office approved by the County Com .

S2.00, Scattered clouds and a aO percent chance of thundershowers between 9 ,,'mission. at its September meeting
a.m. and noon is the forecast for today ,(Thursday, Sept. 10), with the Two Sections ,,, Two new members Morris Starling SetGroundbreaking
MOBDAYSEPTEMBERI4BRADFORD of Graham and John G. King ot
temperature; reaching A high of 88;Three degrees lower than last week. SECTION A: ( for
Heilbronn seated
COUNTY If it rains it should t 1%in the afternoon.of less than an hour's duration. News.-...... Pages 1A.2A13A Springs, were at
COMMISSIONERSMeeting:30a.m. and from a trace M'.2Mnches. The rain could be accompanied by quite a Editorial.' ... .... M' ,. Page 4A this meeting giving the board the Sunday School Building
needed of four following the
quorum
bit of
lightning .
'SocIety.Pages 5A 'A
resignation of five members in June. A groundbreaking for
Outlook Friday through Sunday Is partly cloudy and widely scattered Sports..P.g.. 10-UA ceremony anew
.TUESDAY.: SEP'TEMBER 15 thundershowers. \ Real Estate Leg.I. Page J43A Wiley l-angford, of Graham was educational budding at the "'irstPresb.terian
STARKE CITY COUNCIL Starke was the wettest place in the county( last week with WPXE radio SECTION B> fleeted temporary chairman. Church i is set at noon

Meeting-7:00 P.M. recording 2.92 inches Sunday and 1.25 inches: Tuesday afternoon late The Correspondence ... ..Page 'B In other action Tuesday night the Sunday after the worship service,
Budget Highland fire tower recorded Saturday and 1.6 inches Sunday. The San Obituaries.. ., .. Page 78Classifieds board: "The community is invited (In sharein
Public Hearing ta Fe tower recorded A Sunda/fcnd 1.2 inches Monday. The New River on *,.. .. .. PagelBAaBrlels. .Gave Jo Bell Stansell permissionto this celebration" and lime of

Revenue Sharing SR-100 tower recorded .7 Tuesday, its only rain of the week. ...,,, ., .. .... Page LOB advertise for public hearing on thanksgiving. says Rev Cliff
McLeod the .
.rezoning 20,000 square feet, on pastor.'rO'

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Shawn Stewart, 22, was welcomed prove their youth ministry with a '
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EdIts notes the Orooker Council Ray $30 a month to look after the fire under the same conditions but the Sunday, Aug. 30, as the new youth Fulltime youth worker. .
h.. scheduled special "Fir department and the equipment down council, which reserves the right to coordinator of the First Presbyterian Twenty-five young people were
Meeting" to bo hold of the rookerPlrehouse there," but no second was made, accept or reject all bids, chose to Church at a Rally Day Service. hired by the Presbyterian Church of ,
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tonight Thursday, Sept. despite the favorable discussion renew Prescott's contract. The special Rally Day service was the United States and are scattered
10. starting ot 7i30 p.m. before-hand. "Well I tell you, you The council decided to ask Town conducted by Rev. Cliff McLeod, who throughout the southeast, Stewart
..ti can't expect nobody to go down there Marshall Tommy Raulerson to crack was assisted by William Key who says. This is the first of three groups, ;
In an otherwise quiet meeting for nothing." Melvin- said after down on loiterers who are parking in taught the Bible service. After church two more will be sent out in the falls of :.:
devoted mostly to budget talks the declaring the motion dead. the road between Carroll's Groceryand the congregation welcomed Stewartto 1983 and 1985.Stewart .
names of the Brooker Volunteer Fire The board discussed bringing the the Handy Way. Councilmen ) i iJ the church and community with a was introduced into the

Department flared up again just motion up again "in a different way to Gene Melvin said parking In the roadis I "'. .;.., iI covered dish dinner. program by the WOC organization at
briefly) at the Tuesday night, make it legal" but then decided to creating a dangerous situation for ; I Stewart is taking part in a Tithe of his church in Columbia S.C. as he
September 8, Town Council session. schedule Thursday night's specialfire other cars traveling the road and J i Life Program adopted by the Womenof was very close to completing a degreein
The council, which had eliminated meeting to discuss the entire other members said those parkingare the (Presbyterian) Church electronic engineering technology."I .

Fire Chief George Pierce's position situation further. drinking beer and "lust hanging "" '"'.'" .. .... .. ..'."....... ... ...._,..... ".....,A (W.O.C.) as their 1980 birthday object feel now that I'm at the First
last month after a history of run-ins Councilman Steve Nipper then said around and we don't need that kind of tive. The idea is two-fold: Presbyterian Church of Starke, I've
between Pierce and the council, "I didn't into that discussion thing in town." Shawn Stewart eA chance for young people 21 and made the right decision. I am so
discussed creating a new position- before and fet you to know I don't Councilman C.J. Stalnaker Youth CoordinatorAt :: up to have a chance to see if they thankful to the Lord for what He has
assistant to the fire coordinator mean anything personal by this but reported that he had checked on con- Presbyterian Church would like to pursue a career in youth done," Stewart says.
chairman- that would put a man in you'd have to change the Fire Coordinator ditions at Brooker's new water works ministry. "I, basically, will be trying to
charge of equipment and volunteer if you did this thing." The pump house and said "there's some 'A chance for small churches to im- strengthen the program already in
manpower to the fire force but would reason, Nipper said was the father- things down that just aren't right. progress at the church. My one wish .
leave the Fire Coordinator Chairman, son relationship with the two Stalnaker said problems exist with Is that the youth at the church and in
a council member chosen once a year, Stalnakers "and the talk there'd be both the main pumping motor and the the community may find that being a ..
as spokesman for the fire department around town." and said the wiring"is Local Happenings. Christian is an exciting life, that we ,
Councilman C.J. Stalnaker is "I hope I didn't make anybody mad definitely not right" and suggested . can trust completly in Jesus Christ
presently Fire Coordinator. with what I said but anytime I've seen the board make a list of thingsnot throught our rough times in life
Pierce, the deposed Fire Chief who that kind of thing father and son, it working properly and present through our good times in life, andthrough
was in attendance, got his thoughts in can cause problems just by what people them to the general contractor for the Parent OrganizationMeet Pizza Hut Raising those lonely times as well.
on the matter. "Can I say think about it," Nipper said. projectMechanical & Chemical At B.II.S. Funds for RetardedYou "I can personally say that the Lord
something" Pierce asked after a "You didn't make me mad," the Equipment Company of Brandon."If has changed my life in so many areas.
discussion by board members. "You elder Stalnaker answered with a we don't let 'em know we're not Parent organizations are vital to can buy a large pizza and get a The exciting part, for me, is knowing ,
made the council Coordinator Chair- smile. "I understand what you're say- satisfied the general contractor just the success of all Bradford High medium, free at the Pizza Hut as part that when things go wrong (and they
man in charge of the Fire Depart- ing." assumes we're happy.. and that one School class organizations. The of a fund raising drive for the dol) that I have the Maker of the
ment, it's his responsibility for equip- The matter was left at that, with year warranty is gonna run out pretty parent organizations direct fund rais- Bradford-Union Association for Heavens and the Earth to lean ont!
ment. Let's call a spade a spade. full discussion due Thursday night. soon," Stalnaker pointed out. ing activities and supervise all social Retarded Citizens. What an honor to be in His hands.
You're talking about making the man In other action: The council decided to have Melvin activities for the B.H.S. classes after Discount coupon books worth over "I am looking forward to meeting
Fire Chief... just not giving him the ti- The council opened up sealed bids and Stalnaker make up a list of problems school hours. Each year the class of- $25 may be purchased for $5 from many of you in the community. May
tle." for garbage pickup water meter and have the town attorney ficers meet with parents interested in BUARC and Sunshine Acres God Bless each of you!"
Council members denied that reading and care of the town dump. write a letter to the contractor. forming the parent organization for members or the Pizza Hut. Items in Stewart is staying in a house off Col-
charge. "No we're not," answered Willis Grimes's bid of $400 a monthto Later on the board discussed the their particular class. the booklet are: 1) buy a large pizza ley Road owned by Mr. and Mrs.
chairman Gene Melvin. "We're just pick up household garbage, the fact that light bulbs at the water This year the parent organizationwill and get a free pitcher of soft drink, 2) David Montgomery and refurbishedby
having a man looking after the equip- same as he was paid in last year's works tower seem to be burning out to meet at B.H.S. on this Thursday buy a pasta and get another one for a members of the church.
ment down there." budget was unanimously accepted. often and said they would include that night, September 10th at 7:30: p.m. penny 3) buy a large pizza and get
Council member Joe Tolleson had There was a discussion of changing on the list drawn up. for the purpose of selecting a slate of two free salads, 4) buy any size pizza
brought up the fact that volunteer pickup days from Tuesday and Satur- On the same topic Melvin brought officers and establishing goals for this and get the next smaller size free, 5) Lunch MenusMenus
fireman Tony Ray Stalnaker, son of day to Monday and Friday but the up the fact that "right now we've got school year. $2 off a large pizza, $1 off a medium
the councilman, had been looking board decided it would be better to two men, a maintenance operator anda Ninth Grade will meet in Room 6) buy a large pizza and get a medium
after equipment at the firehouse since leave the schedule as is. Also, since class C operator coming down 1811. Tenth Grade in Room 1818, pizza free.
Pierce's departure and said "It's some complaints have been heard by checking on the water works and we Eleventh Grade in Room 1817, and The booklets will be on sale at the For Middle School. Vo-Tech Center, :'
worth him some money I think." Two residents about not knowing what might be able to have one man come Twelfth Grade in Room 1812. All of Community Bank of Starke this Friday Starke Southside, Lawtey. Hamptonand <
of the other board membersJ.C.. time in the day Grimes would be com out and do what he has to do. It mightbe these rooms are located in the Math Sept. 11. from 4-6 p.m. Brooker Elementary Schools:
Harrell and chairman Gene Melvin ing the board said he should pickup on a way we could cut a corner and Building of Bradford High School. Dates on the booklets has been ex- Sept. 1418Monday
agreedand the younger Stalnakerwas the south side of SR-18 in the morningand save us some money." tended until Oct. 31,according to fundraising Sept. 14Splced. ham sandwich, French '
fries green beans,yellow cake w/peach tope
asked if he would be interested in the north side of SR-18 in the At clerk Linda Robinson's sugges- Sidewalk Sale Set chairman Ressie Griffith. ing and milk. :==
taking a job as Assistant to the Fire afternoon.The tion the board voted to reject all bids Tuesday Sept. IS.aeef-a-ronl, cheese slix.salad,. .-..::.:.
Coordinator for around $30 a month. board also unanimously okayeda for the two jobs for the time being For Retarded CitizensA applecrtsp hot rolls and milk.
Asking what his duties and respon- bid meter reader Paul while Robinson checks into whetherthe Square Dance ClassesTo Wednesday Sept. It: Plf-ln-the blanket baked
by current fund raising sidewalk sale is set beans,slaw,carrot.celery stlx, banana jello .
sibilities would be Stalnaker was told Prescott that would pay Prescott town is required to have both posi- Saturday, Sept. 12, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m. Begin Sept. 14 and milk.Tbersdsy. .
by Melvin "you'd be fully responsiblefor $100, just as he's been getting but tions filled. at the BUARC Sept II: Country fried steak rice I:
those trucks and equipment and also pay him half of the $5 service The board okayed paying gas costs US-301 north across recycling from the centeron high The Strawberry Swingers will begina onion peaches gravy and,mIlk.buttered green peas hot rolls,
your volunteers and you would charge for every meter hookup turn- for volunteer fire department school. new class of square dance lessons Friday. Kept. It: Macaroni & cheese mustard
answer to the Fire Coordinator Chair- ed back on after being shut down. "He members to go to Alachua for a fire- Items for sale will include Monday Sept. 14, at 7:30: p.m. in the greens fruit cup, cookie hot rolls, and milk.
man. If he gives you the OK to spend probably earns the full $5 on a lot of fighting school on Tuesday Sept. 22. household goods and other items.clothing; National Guard Armory on Edwards
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$25 on something then he brings it to those" councilman J.C. Harrell joke Road. High School
us. He is your spokesman to the coun- Students will be dancing from the September 14-18

cil... would you be interested in it?" ed.Two bids came in on manning the You Can Get Deal On first night on. New movements will be RegularMonday

"Yeah, I'd be interested' ," county dump with council voting '-'" -a. .. .. ..Touch-Tone........ .. ....... ., ,.-.. Phones.-. ... .,....._-_.._..;aught,. then danced,, then. reviewed, '-. potatoes' Sept., green 14: beans Hamburger, banana gravy cake, hot mashed rolls '
Stalnaker answered. unanimously to keep Venon Prescottas Touch tone is the up and coming' customers :rou h-Tone for as' low as S': again, ''the following week before and milk.vcTupM&W.IhChicken.
It appeared that enough votes were the man in charge their? ?rescott'sbid product the future!;says P.'D. Cain, 'u cents frit day one phone;" Gradual"'*oianythiiur-newi Is taught.'.Anyone.who ,< : ft rice, mustard. ..-.."':'; .
in to create the position but the was for $25 per day (two days a t General Manager Continental installation wi for I more effective can walk-feair'quBre' dance, say:;! qr 1 fruit jellp.; cheese rolls, and milk. y,;
Brooker board then got caught up in week), $5 higher than the current con- Telephone. less chance of error and time saving, Strawberry 'Swingers"'President: AI Wednesday.'Sept cheese sttx. slaw II peach Spaghetti crisp w/meat.hot rolls sauce.and
parliamentary procedure. Tolleson tract "and whatever I get out of the The local office is currently involved for the telephone Carlisle. milk.Thursday..
made a motion "that we pay Tony dump." Dewey Fowler bid $24 a day in a sales campaign offering Touch-Tone will company.be used in the Thirty weeks of lessons with two or Sept 17, Fish portions, cheese grits.
three movements taught each lesson steamed cabbage applesauce cake, corn-
future exclusively,according to Cain. bread and milk
In to are required to be a main stream Friday. Sept It Pizza. French .
years come you will able to order fries, garden
I Leqals thru computers simply by using square dancer meaning one has completed salad yellow cakechoeol..e icing and milk.Alssrte .
..- % J Monday. Sept. It: Cheeseburgers" pizza French
By the end of October Starke to square dance on the level fries and milkshakes. ..
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION day Septembers, 1931. said proposed ORDINANCE REYNOLDS. 3441 Joan residents will be able to secure call with the Strawberry Swingers.The Tuesday. Sept. 15: Hamburgers, pizza, French
FOR and make a recommendation Is available for DeArch Phoenix lessons will be taught by Jerry fries and milkshakes.
forwarding, conference )) and
REZONING AND to the Board of your Inspection at the office Arizona calling Barrett from Jacksonville, the caller Wednesday Sept. .lei: Cheeseburgers pizza,
speed. dialing with their Touch-Tone French fries and milkshakes.Thuriday. .
AMENDMENT OF THE County Commissioners of the Director of You are Hereby for the Stra'Vberry Swingers.
.
If you are interested in IWp17.: Hamburgers, pizza French
LAND USE PLAN and the Board will consider Zoning and Planning. Notified that an action converting fries and milkshakes. .
to Touch-Tone ,
An ORDINANCE amending on Monday Oo Bradford County Courthouse for Dissolution of Marriage contact your local office Friday Sept IN: Cheeseburgers, pizza French "
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the Comprehensive tob.r 5, 1981 at the sam Starke, Florida. has been fledogain.t or call 964-7272. Fries. and milkshakes.
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land Us. Plan EI.mentand said place at 10.00 A.M. Each and every p.rsor you In the above I ..
Map by Bradford an Ordinance relating having on Interest styled action and you are ;
County Florida. In accor to: whatever In the enactment required to serve a copy "
done with the local of this proposed of your written defenses, Fortune Federal introduces :;
Government Com The rezoning of th. ORDINANCE should appear if any to It on D. WYATT ,, :
prehensive Planning Act following described property and b. heard at the JOHNSON. Attorney for .
of 197S as provided for amending the time and place describe Husband/Petitioner, /
In Chapter 163 of the Comprehensive' Land ed.BOARD whose address Is. Post :
Florida Statutes. Use Plan to provide that OF BRADFORD Office Box .,654, "The Jump on :: I vjOiI., .,
TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers lands currently zoned OR COUNTY COMMIS. Melrose Florida 32666 :
and designated by the SIONERS.By ee(! il(
and other Interested on or before the 12th day
persons plan as agricultural b. : Gilbert S. Brown of October 1981. and arts*
rezoned to CN. and Clerk. file the original with trie Tax-Free H rIM11'
You and each of you designated' IIchg 9/10. Clerk of this Court ..lth.rbefore Savings" ,; "I. : .
are h.r.by and herewith Neighborhood Commercial service on Petl.tlon.r' : :3 :U V
given notice In accordance the property of JO IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF attorney or immediately ,
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with Florida BELL STANSELl. described FLORIDA. EIGHTH thereafter; i iI.
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Statures, that the Board as follows: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN otherwise a Default will I
AND FOR BRADFORD '..
of County Commissioners be entered against you '
of Bradford 20.000 sq. ft., two miles COUNTY. for the relief demandedIn 'I
County Florida have West of Hwy 16 onto Rd. the petition. ,I ..
designated the Bradford 225 and right onto NW CASE NO: 8I-383CA WITNESS my hand and simple interest .
County Zoning and Pl9n- 59th Av. (off Bayless RE: The Marriage of: seal of this Court on this '
nlng Board to conduct a Hwy) In section 27. ALLAN A. GRIFFIN.Hu.bondP.tIIlon.r. 26th day of August 1981. o per annum.
public hearing at a Township 9 South Rang Gilbert S. Brown Clerkof
r.gular meeting to b. 21 East out of parcel and Circuit Court :
h.ld at 7.30 p.m. In the 0310-00100 for ROBERTA "BOBBY" By Beulah M. Moody
County Commission neighborhood Beauty REYNOLDS GRIFFIN Deputy Clerk
meeting room Bradford Shop. .Wilerespondent.NOTICE _9/IQ4tchg 10/1
County Courthouse, You are further given
Stark, Florida on Tues- NOTICE that a copy of OF ACTIONTO
: ROBERTA "BOBBY" more Legals pg. 3A

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Fortune Federal will pay you 30% simple

... interest per annum on your investment Th.Intersil rt t.y(>u-. .
between now and Joint hiv to r.c.lve.o ntt _
September 30. On Vour tax brack*! 12.81 iflmrlederai
October 1 your money con be ouromart-, TiUBl /Income Srob39T7 ,: Jncome: hi nESCrC _
tally rronsferred ii,90135.200 % __
to an All-Savers Certificate 20 "
4 which will pay 12.61% simple Interest per 635.20145 80o 43% 22'12%

annum The All-Savers Certificate will let lag 80180 0o0 213a 4
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from federal Income fox, up to 12000 for I kxetl.lneome

a joint federal tax return $1000 on on 18

individual return). There 1 Is a $500 mini 23.501.28.800 QQ : 19.11-J. "
mum deposit ; qo.81%
requirement for the All- ;
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Savers Certificate which 44% 22.520/
I is fully insured up to $341d1.415oo
b100,000 by the FSLIC O\eckrhechonto 49% 24.73-J. :
1501.55,300
see what this means ro you (In] your fax 55% 28.02ek.

bradier. figurer' above are Oppro.'mar.' ::
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Hospital Hopes to Buy Jeanne Crenshaw Is 1st Lady JudgeJudge



Jeanne D. Crenshaw made Office in Tallahassee as Assistant Attorney there have been several cases accor-

Life Support System history this week; she was the first General. In 1977 she was suc- ding to Judge Crenshaw.

woman to ever sit as a circuit Judge in cessful her bid for County Judge in When she has time Judge Crenshaw

Yr Bradford County. Alachua County. enjoys needlepoint and reading. The

Judge Crenshaw has served this Judge Crenshaw is married to Judge staled she was delighted to be
Despite no Increase' in its funding the Transportation of the Disadvantaged area in the past as public defender for Joseph Crenshaw who is in real in Bradford County. she especially
level, the Bradford Hospital if the commission would '
County or 4a 7 months, in April 1975. estate in Alachua County. The Cren- IIVeslhe courthouse.For .
will try to come with for rather bid the work out to a
$40,000 private
up an Judge Crenshaw Was born the
I in shaws have three sons, Eddie 13 past 18 months Judge Cren-
advanced life support system so agency. Jerry Weinstock, director of Thomasville. Ga., graduated from Ashley 7, and Jody 3. Since Jody was shaw has served as acting circuit

emergency rescue service personnelcan transportation planning for North The University of Florida and for 8 born while Judge Crenshaw was serv- judge ol the Juvenile Division of Circuit -

meet new state standards, Central Florida Regional Planning years was in private practice in ing on the bench there was a slight/ Court in Alachua CountCrenshaw' \.
hospital administrator Rip O'Steen Council said HRS study has Identified
told the an Gainesville. In 1976 the Governor appointed problem, as there were no provisionsfor is poised dignified softspoken !
county commission $161,920 that' various federal 1hl
during
Y her to the Attorney. .! General sWASTE a pregnant judge. Since that timevs. but speaks with authority in
August budget hearings.An agencies are spending now to
advanced life support would transport sick and elderly patients to

allow a rescue unit and the hospital to doctors and stores. The Planning
be in touch via radio equipment. Council's aim is to consolidate {g l3m@YJ IS )OOOO!

Telemetry equipment included would vehicles of the various agencies and '

send a taped EKG record to the to cut down on costs. f Dow''T DOH'T t"
hospital emergency room doctors. _.__ n ._ Ulfl I :INSWAttoN:

When qualified rescue personnel e Was thanked by Sheriff Dolph Red Judge Jeanne D. Crenshaw NOw'oS THE TIMe TO
perform certain emergency functionson dish for approving his $342,000 LZMZTeDLUlg

a patient in the rescue unit, such as budget. Just back from a Florida PUR' L'S
giving an IV solution to a patient in Sheriffs Association convention in

shock from a heart attack they are Sarasota, Reddish said he'd never Specialists in moderate priced woRK WaT" CONTRAtroJu f home'' csM'R1or
breaking the law unless they have the heard so much talk about tight womans apparel sizes S to 50 and "FICE"

new advanced life support system, money. ladies shoes sizes 5M to 12EEE NI" olt EX''t'N6 HOttt.CS E,STZM4TFS"
said hospital administrator Rip "I 1 don't want to sound like an alar- will soon be opening In Starke.

O'Steen. mist, but you all know what is on the YOU CAN OWN THIS SHOPI! CALL TODA 96'oI'

Donald Richardson, MRS field horizon," Sheriff,Reddish said. Very small investment. Call Mr. /'PJJN6E"

representative for emergency The good times are over," Red- Alan 17373558.
medical services for 22 counties said dish said.
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there is a drive on to changethe d '

state law requiring the telemetry Voted 4.1. Commissioner

equipment. Lawrence Mosley'opposing,to stop all FOR SALE
O'Steen presented a figure ol future third Monday night meetings. AL'I :

$63,000 for the new equipment, but Pushers for stopping the mid-month J '

said that could be reduced to $40,000 if night sessions were Commissioners I' '' .1'.' '. ,,.. I"" ITE. 1 .' JSIE;:,:I Ii J:.:,' 'I'" *! ,lit!. lf! I 100 Sow Hog Farm, 100 sows, 10 boars,

a hospital administrator base station said is he eliminated.The is recom-. Chairman E.W. Hodges E.L., (Maxie Nook) Norman.Carter, The and ;) '' .' :," ". '. ,. ., ::.1.'.'..: r&WMjM9;,: ; .: :: : '!, \! :. ;I:':,,,, -': : \ all hog equipment, many more Items.

mending a 20 percent increase in the discussion came up when the board ,'Wf: 'Ulrdi.i11' ',: viR: PlM: :' : ii: bedf.9.0rnJl
,, # Ica-: : : : cost of rescue service, the same members were discussing changing lit ,' '. : '.,'"' Buy one or buy
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percentage that room rates at BCH the Aug. 17 meeting to Wednesday, ) ; '"W"r,
are The going hospital up. originally'asked the Aug. 19, due to schedule conflicts. ''I'' :((1(0( I> ,M9.E'l'I ,. DQW :::|l'Y' ?,SWflMl'i--' ; : ;: '; _,,: : ""'

county commission for$189,000 in fun \ v'i. f'" A, .0,1 r..n., 'ii.". ,, .. Home & 25 acres of land one ton Dodge
Scout News }I : J ./ ''''j.'''' r. I ; : '.: l'i ,

ding 120000.for fiscal 82-83, but reduced thatto Boy i\ I :i fs + : ;4h1te'r'' s"'. A, IY.r I'' ,:' ''..>:. '" .' i"1 11i 1\\ truck, 24' Gooseneck trailer, 14' Stum-

"We were impressed with your Scout Troop 673 I : :' '' : : : t.<' ;':':;.: ";: :':' ::_ I
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: / : ..i\\ ; boat with 9.8 &
Eddie
situation. That's why we went back by Tennant .'; ; :, : : .." 1:1 pknocker Mercury
and trimmed" said O'Steen. The Troop 673 is back together after a )" : "I" ''fja.'m.'H'orit'e': :/ :; : 1\\

faced serious situation in change of Scoutmasters from Gerald "I.,. 't. :;o""n' 'C' : 's' Johnson trolling motor.
county a '
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balancing its proposed new budget.In Bob Blankenship Williams to Donnie Assistant Burch with i! I" :,.......;" ..,.'',k. ",. ,:.; .>" ;';:,.::. ..:,:: .'": ;.. ..'. ,; ..;\\h' )"!"\;\.,'. (\""\;". .,:''";. \ Other items


commission other action: Aug. 3, the county the master.Boy Anyone Scouts as interested of America in Joining should Scout- !:;". !' ::.,..,'.',).r"i.l.i'; : ::;; 't :.t fi :@\: {1; "/"cl' ji/! r.';";':; )(; i'Ji! ''ij; {t fj{!;':; ..' /\' can be seen Saturday & Sunday.

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Received word in a letter from meet at the Reno School Cafeteria, .'/1'..\" "."".:".."'C'....',.".'',".,,,',."'."\."""'."" '"".",",''"'''.'iYil'dl'.',",.'.;.,,,,,' "h'"'.' \'I.i'\'I.Sfa.J...'.,,'.,."..,'. ", :,,,...,.,".,. ,..,.. ,' .,..''i .;."...."."..'..".'..r"'.'.'.,.,.'"I'f,'..'.',(.'''I',1"I'.,'., ''''W"...I<","..",,'!.'.I".,.....,." ",' .' ,J I I1
Thursday night at 7:30 ./ .1' .5.1 !: Farm located on Hwy 18 21/2 miles West
District: DOT Supervisor Walt Skinner p.m. or on September 22, at the same time and > !! ;' ; !
that SK-18 between SR-227 and SR-100 .
place. Suits are not for the of Hwy 301
required
will be repaved by DOT. =;
first few meetings. Cubs and Webeloswill ... "g

Was asked to decide if the county meet the same nights for a while. 468.1180
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wants to participate in a program for If you are interested, please be there. ,

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THE 'CIRCUIT COURTOF City, of Hampton ed Gulf Shore Dredging MUNITY STATE BANK OF ty, Florida. wick. Rhode Island minimum lot size requirement
FLORIDA. EIGHTH < Hampton. Florida Company. STARKE, Defendants. 02886. GWENDOLYN D. TYSON. ol ,the R.1C. NOTICE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN The City,' of Hampton Is All of said property NOTICE OF SALE ALSO: Lots 6 and 7 of Wife Single-family' Medium CHARLES E. KNIGHT
AND FOR BRADFORD now accepting bids, for being in the County of Notice Is hereby Block :2. EXCEPT East 26 YOU ARE NOTIFIED NOTICE OF Density District on the has mode applicationto

COUNTY their Sanitation Contract Bradford State of given, pursuant to the feel In Temple's Addition that a Petition for SUIT following described the Bradford County
JUVENILE DIVISION.IN which will run from Oct. Florida. Final Judgment enteredin a* described In Official Dissolution of Marriagehas NO PROPERTYTO parcel of land Commence Zoning Board for
THE INTEREST OF: I. 1 1981 Sept. 30, 1962.: Unless such certificateor Case No. 81-28: .. In Record Book 97-381 of been filed against ;: HERBERT TYSON at the SE cornerof reclassification of the
SHARON DENISE MAR. The following stipulations certificates shall be the Circuit Court for the public records of you in the above-named JR.. address unknown. NE I 4 of SE 14 ol NE property described
SHALL end EDNA were attached to redeemed according to Bradford County Bradford County Court and you are 'required YOU ARE HEREBY 1 4. run thence West below 'from RSF-MH-1
YVETTE TUNKINS. minor the'contract' by then law the property descrlb- Florida I will sell the Florida being located In to serve a copy of NOTIFIED that an action :200 for Point of Beginning to ILW:

eh"f'Wo1itt", ;!,:, '\"" ",* i .Sanitation Committee1. *." .. .. .ftd.la. such,certificate or.",_.property situated 'In Section 28 Township 6 your answer or pleadingon for Dissolution' .of Marriage thence North 100'. 4.85 acres located '.
I. .Garbage must' be certificates' will be> told Bradford County ,South Range 22: East, the Petition. to,, the has been filed,090inst West 77.5. South 100'. mile, North of Slarke on

THErr: ..!.H..pF. FLORIDA'" ':.- Ricked.p once per week. J.'41\1't11W11I hieba.ILbuddersabadh /hjsalorldad; ..crlb.d. .si.t' W(:1 h ..BracUcyd, ,t.Coun4r-j: 'I'P4..Io.........N.wMripe!I! you,.\HKRQERl"T.YSONJR J tr'. Easf'77,5 the Point ol the ,West tide :ol ,Hwy
: :>lllIn Mts" ;ntr': )h.lIJ.\: n4 eL up bydaeanito'Iron :.>>,I couTAf'RuMldooRR9/: ,1G5; -- '' now* .f q..rv PPdarfTI| : n ... /Ill.t iitRlCpARO E.WFLtYP.O. : ., .. ,,, an /you ore Beginning.. Lying and h.- I.r 391 Jn Section.'.lo. r''
CHKrWr'' :'" 'WAR-! the-20th of October .njl 'required to serve a Township 6 South
: Committee. day Block I of GovernmentLot Box 995 Stark.. Florida copy ing in Section, :29
SHALL who. last and the person whose 1981. 4 of Section 22, SUBJECT T6 mortgages 32091, and file the of your written defenses Township 6. South Range 22 East, parcel
known address was 2131 bid is accepted. In case Dated this 14th day of Township B South Range in favor of original answer or if any' to it on the plaintiff Range 22 East Bradford 2185) for mini-

Mar Street Jacksonville of rain the garbage can August 1981.GILBERT 22 East except 360 feeton GUARANTY FEDERAL pleading In the Office of attorney whose County Florida (in 600 warehouses.This .
Florida and be picked up on the next S. BROWN East side, of said lot. SAVINGS A LOAN the Clerk of the Circuit name and address, is Block. North W. Pratt St.) change In
JAMES EARL working day. CLERK by Beulah M. running North and South ASSOCIATION OF Court in and for Bradford Dudley P. Hardy. Es. The property of Leslie, classification 1 I. subjectto

TUNKINS. whose last 2. Only garbage in., Moody. lakeside Subdivision as GAINESVILLE AND county; Florida on or quire. Pierce & Hardy, Carlton and Joan C. a public hearing to
known address was 604 plastic garbage bags will Clerk of Circuit Court per plat thereof record S.D.A. CORPORATION. before September 28, P.A.. P.O. Drawer 1030. Carlton. Each and every be held on Tuesday
Davis Street Jacksonville be picked up. These bags of Bradford County ed In Plot Book 2; page 1981. Starke. Florida 32091. having an in. September :29. 1981 at
; Florida and must be set in the Florida. 8/27 4tchg 9/17. 24 public records of at public sale, to the If you fail to do '0. and file, the original with person terest whatever in the 7:30: p.m.. In the County
TO WHOM IT MAY driveway or some other Bradford County highest bidder"for cash, judgment by default will the Clerk of the above- variance should Commission. Room in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF appearand
CONCERN convenient place near THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Florida. EXCEPT those at the front door of the be taken against you for styled Court on or before be heard at the time the Bradford County
YOU ARE HEREBY the roadway CIRCUIT OF THE STATEOF parcels conveyed and Bradford County Courthouse relief demanded. in the October :2. 1981: otherwise and place prescribed. Courthouse At this
NOTIFIED.'that a Petition 3. Trash (limbs) old described 'in Official In .Slarke, Petition. a judgement maybe 'time all persons interested
unde,' oth. a copy' of tires, leaves etc.) will FLORIDA. IN AND Record Book 107 page Florida at 11 I a.!". on the WITNESS my hand and entered against you George W.RobertsChairman. shall be heard
BRADFORD.
which is delivered, to you be picked up by the bid. FOR CIVIL ACTION :203; Official Record Book :25jh' day of September, seal; I this 25th doy of for the relief demandedin Board of I for or against the pro-
herewith' .has been Med l .,,-dec; ; Pt thAt discretion..ol 117 page 459; and Of., 1981. August 19B1.GILBERT the complaint or peti Adjustment/ 'posol. as specified In
In the"a"Kove styled Court 'the bidder and the Chair ficlal Record Book 123 Gilbert S. Brown S. BROWN. tion. CIty 01 Starke Fl. the Zoning Code of
FLORIDA INVESTORS.
lor the\ Permanent Commitmtnt map\ of. ,thei, Sanitation ,. INC., A FLORIDA COR. page 285.ALSO Clerk of Said Court, by AS CLERK OF SAID WITNESS my hand and A.L. Crosby Jr.S.cre'ory. Bradford County
of'lSHARON : Committee once a week! "-. Beulah Moody Deputy the seal of 'this Court on L.M. Games, Director

DENI MAq StLJi.Q' 4. Only traslv' piled by PORATION.. .Plaintiff..... Lot 7, Stark. Clerk COURT.By: Fay N. September I. 1981. Ilchg9, 10 Bradford County

fern child born the side of the road will vsA.C.. CARTER. AND Heights,, Replat according 9/10 2tchq 9/17 Whitehead Deputy Gilbert, S. Brown As Zoning Board. 9 10
Septa b.r 19. 1967 In be picked up. te plot recorded in Clerk Clerk of the Court By: I Ichg
JUANITA CARTER. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Duval County Florida 5. If the job is not Completed "Defendants Plat Book :2. pag. 49, of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY _827_ 4thcg 9 17. Marian McRae, as Deputy -
whoa natural' mother isDeis to the satisfactionof the public 'records .of Clerk.
se Dobson 'and 'the Sanitation Choir- .CASE!& NO. 80-112 Bradford.County., FLORIDA.ACTION IN 'THE CIRCUIT 9 3 4tchg 9 24. More Legals Page 2

whoa natural lather I. '.i. man, 'the Chairman has Florida more particular CIVIL COURT. EIGHTH
r'oll.g
to b. Charlie .the right to warp-fh, person ly described as: Com- Case No. 81381. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PUBLIC NOTICE
'NOTICE OF SALE The of
Mars all. and EDNA Ion te and ,Dfirthls.tif 'menc* at the NW 1/4 of In re. Marriage 'FLORIDA. IN AND FOR NOTICE OF APPLICA "'
You '
YVET E TUNKINS a -.( >t".warning...the (!bntracsLsjs is (that pursuant ore hereby'given to a Final' SE. 1/4 of Section :29 HENRY Husband MACOMBER and BEVERLY BRADFORD COUNTY. TION FOR VARiANCE:: Ralph Bryan Real Estate

femo a child born considered Judgment of Foreclosure Township 6 South Range MACOM8ER Wife CIVIL ACTION Notice is hereby given
Augu 23. 1970 In Duval broken if the error is c1If. in :22 East thence North 87 OF Case No. 81390. that the Board of Adjust

Count Florida whose corrected in jftiffentered. ,,'numbered 80-112: cause in the d.g... 33' East a NOTICE ACTIONTO In Re The Marriage of ment. City, of Starke. 21 IS. TEMPLE AVE [B
nO'l,
na'u' 01 mother I. reasonable length f "Circuit Court of Bradford distance of 321 feet to the HENRY MACOMBER. HERBERT TYSON JR.. Florida will conduct a
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Dess se Dobson and time. In such .. Point Beginning, : Hu.band.ERR US 301
; : .County Florida I will 95 Davidson Road War hearing al 7 p.m., in the
whose1" natural father is contract' will be J.'qd.JI' thence North 87 degrees City Commission
sell th. property situatein room. (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q
alleged to be James Earl with Jh*' nextbldde .I I!ny: I Bradford 33' East a distance of :288 City' Hall, Starke,
County
Tonkin's. to a Licensed line.. f ')*.>>' Vf. Florida described as: feel,, thence South 70 Florida on Tuesday NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS

Child, Placing Agency for 6. The City of Hampton Begin at the SW Cornerof degrees .30' East a ( Sept. :22.: 1981, to consider 964-8788. ANYTIME
Subsequent Adoptionand .reserves the right to re4*i Lot 3. Block 21 of distance of 218.57 feet, a request for a
you are hereby com |sect any or all bids. Knight's Subdivision.then for Point of Beginning; 4& FAULKNER VARIANCE from th. MONDAYfRIDA. 9.5 p.m. SATURDAY 9-2
manded to be and appear 7. Must have a continue South 70
run North 18degrees Evening and Sundays by oppolnfm.nfRalph
in the above styled covered truck. degrees 30' East a REALTY
Court in Starke, Bradford Bids, may be turned in East 25 Feet: distance of 99.41 feet ,! se P. Bryan, REALTOR
then South 72 .
County. Florida 'on the to the City, Clekno later- run SouthOd.gre..21 East
degrees East to the -HOMcS with convenience I 54x24
: Country privacy city
23rd day of September than September' 8. 1981; a distance of :294 feet cLl
I South line of Section 21, OG4-5OG5 m double wide mobile home 3 BR, 2 baths. central heat/air
1981 at I ::30 P.M., and to at 7.30 p.m These bids South 89 degrees 08
Township 6 South Rang. with elec. built In appliances, specious I 1/3 acres with
show cause why said must not have the name West a distance of 93.5
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b.gron'.d. 22 East then run West to r r plenty of shad trees owner financed"-price $24.000.
Petition should 'not of the bidder on them. feet North degrees 21'W..t.
The Clerk will the point of beginning. distance of 964.5231COUNTRY
assign a Plat Book 2,. Page 31. a :3 BR. 2 bath black with carport and screened) perch
WITNESS my hand as number to the plain 328.99 feet to' Point of
AND CM/, large eat-In kitchen with plenty cabinets, nice
Clerk of said Court and envelope they will be Beginning. 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
Fractional Lot 8 and location financed, $31.000.
Seal 'thereof this 19th sealed In and the bids, OFFICE HOURS'Monday HOME 38R, owner
Lot 9, Block 8 of. Livingston

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,day of August 1981 will b. opened at the ALOLolS: i. 2. 3. 4. 8 2 baths, central' heat A air.
GILBERT S. BROWN next City Council' Truby and Com 9 of Block 2 in Temple's Friday t.6 Saturday 9-3 ?. on US 301. $40.000. 3 BR, 1 bath, block home with fireplace, corner lot owner
ponies Addition la the Addition Section 28 financed $27.500.
OF CIRCUIT
CLERK meeting SPECIAL LAKI HAMPTON OAKS *-
Town of Stark. Florida.
COURT. By; Betty A. Lori Brooks Township 6 South Range PRIME COMMERCIAIj.'lOCATION.: Over 300' frontage Building lots. .$4.200. i
Clerk Plat in Deed Book J.. :22 East of Bradford CounROD 2 BR frame, corner lot screened front perch $22.500.
Phillips Deputy City Clerk Page 232. all In the en Hwy 301 So .l.h. Small frame building In OWNER FINANCED 2
8 27 4tchg9' 17 8 20 4'chg' 9' 10 Public Record of Bradford geed condition Included. Ideal spat for Minl-Mall city lots.$4.300. Build your BUSINESS: Two 'income producing properties In

NOTICE OFINTENTION NOTICE OF APPLICATION County Florida.at or th.r business. PRICE' ItEOU EDI n.w dream ham. on downtown. Ideal far Investment or small business.

FOR TAX DEED Public sole, to the NEW LISTINGS Orange St. Owner will sell separate and finance S49.000 for both.
TO REGISTER NOTICE IS HEREBY highest and best bidder. NICELY LANDSCAPEDThis _

FICTITIOUS GIVEN that ERNEST C for cash at the front wbll 9% ASSUMAILE MORTGAGE with adequate down payment 2 bedroom. 2 bath Formerly Hornet Restaurant, US 34)1) South al Lowt.,. Ap
1 NAME IRENE HUNTER the door of the Bradford + or with ONLY 10% DOWN this house can be home has a fenced-in back pro. 3500 .q. ft. Including' apt. with LR, 2 II. and bath

holder of the following County Courthouse at Prior 864-7700 refinanced BELOW CURRENT INTEREST HATES. Three yerd. ... . .S34.SOO. CM/A 2 rest rooms 440 ft. en UO 301. Plenty. ef perking
Pursuant to Section certificates, has filed, said Stark., Florida at 11 393 N. Temple Avenue bedrooms, one bath Concrete block hem In town LAKE BROOKLYN 1acre space. $110,000.
,865.09. 'Florida certificates for a tax o'clock a.m. on October lot sand
d..d to be issued 8, 1981. *Business Property with Four furnished rental units could be hem end 3 rentals .
Statutes notice Is TERMS AVAILABll an this older frame ham In Starke. bottom . S27.000. ( )
hereby given that .th. thereon. The certificate Gilbert S.Brown living *re*, with SOW'onMl. Walking distance to school ar stores. Needs work. WORKSHOP FOR DAD Prospective rental Income appro. $4SO men. SM.OOO.
undersigned DON L. numbers and year of issuance Clerk of the Court .
the descriptionof Beulah M. *3 ec... with 4 bedroom This 3 bedroom 1'% bath LAND 4 In SU.OOOi:
HILL Rt. 1. Box 261, by Moody acre city. .
CROSBY LAKE CANAL I J2'i112'r Only ".500 with terms with .
Keystone ,, Heights FL J'>; the property and the Deputy Clerk house In country. available.BAVLISS comes. a workshop.Ideal :3 acres lust| out ef city some .... 7000.
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32656 sole owner do. names ,in which it was 9 10 2tchq"/17 *3 acres, weeded] land far that Near Laura Church.'1." acres,13000.
business under the assessed are as follows: 100+ tool en St. Id. 100.. handyman . S2B.OOO. LAWTIV All At appro 2% acre: .,. $5.000. Appro Sacre
Ing
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT HIGHWAY i 10 ACRES 330' frontage. Good location. :OWNER FINANCED -
Certificate No. 34. ..
$9,000. $
firm name of HILL, 10 ores with 3 bedroom. ';* : .
SECURITY SERVICE. Year of Issuance 1979 FOR BRADFORD COUN- c.... ..... hem. Mostly weeded) with pine Terms. This 3 bedroom I bath has US 301 to RR. weeded,3 acre le 20 acres. $3.000 per ecre.Wl .
Description of.Properly TY.FtORIDA. .:$! been completely remodeled. ....
1520 S. Walnut SR 10+ ec... good) ere,
Stark.., Fl 32091. irr-1' : CIVIL ACTION t owner flneeclog, LOW IQUITV ASSUMABLI VA MORTGAGE. Threebedroom New pelnt |lob t new HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CAll US FOR All YOUR REAL

'tends to register1 said Com at SW cor of SWV CASE FLORIDA NO. 81.285 BANK At-_ *1'1_'' 'acre. -. highway 1'% ...h. Nice neighborhood.Apartment. carpet . . S27.5OO. ESTATE NEEDS.
of SEV. of NW'.
fictitious, name under run Nly2O8.7' STARKE Plaintiff frontage call lot details.' Per...nt'rop.rty
,the provisions of : for FOB. cont Nly Terry A. Galnes-7I2-39M AFTER HOURS
:208.7'. Ely 105'. Sly vt .t Evenings; Please. Cell Management Services. .
aforesaid statute. Kay C. Waters-944-4941 Lillian C. Pearson David, No.. .Ward
Doted Ihis 3rd day of :208.7Wly '105'. to rOB CARl I.. JOHNS JOHNS*, Vemle 0.", Broker Appraisals Eileen Stanley_4733O4JPatsy Broker/Salesmen. Associate Dyel .roker/Sa...._..
or 123: -S. S.c: 35. T-S-S. SHIRLEY $ ; Gm.Phone 944-(474. Susan M. FeulknerIALTORtt4304J .
September, A.D. 1981 PATRICIA : lewson-944-4M7 Office Manager 44*1111 .*..7.,.
In Bradford County R22Name STARKE BUILDERS'i. SHAW SUP- J.R. Kelly Associate. Irene!. Faulkner.' .IAL'O..ASSOCIAT.-.....'142 Cornerof U.S. 301 South ''''.53T1 .

I Florida. 9 03 4tpd' 9 24 in which assess- PLIES. INC. AND, COM- Lucille Sprr BROKER SALESMAN-944-8420 and Edwards Read I




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f Were Hitting Starke in 1911 -';

..T0.1ALi:> 'Torpedoes' ,. ,', : u 11

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Too,Few Paying '" .
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places fa the state due to '<
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For County ServicesAlready A lot of interesting things were hap Brush Runabouts I its water transportation via Black _
pening In Starke during the first week Creek into the St,Johns River. |

it.is obvious that third (and probably more) of of.June,1911. '" In 1867 Mr. McRae and family moved -', 3$
Were CAli The Go'
will not The i Starke where he followed hii'trade : : gg
owners
the Florida Legislature madea property pay In a front page story. to
announced of carpentry. for almost half a ag
taxes this year, and probably Telegraph proudly that
serious mistake when it
50 percent of mobile homesare the city now had a dozen '' Years century,working pn many of the oldei3, ...:::
Seventy Ago
passed a politically popularbill "buzz-wagons" on the streets and homes and business buildings 3
getting by without paying
authorizing a referendum autos would soon be as common as the .
on a constitutional amend- their fair, share of the burden. horse and buggy. "Even the horses, News In Brief aIn

ment homestead as a rule, pay no attention to the .. other happenings of this eventful =3
raising ex-
One member of the Putnam
motor cars,' the paper said. t week The Telegraph reported that ag
emption to $25,000 over a County Commission said that School Superintendent J.C. Poppell

three-year period. body is ready to cut services if "The latest Starkeite to enter the rrr a""rrr, : s received a message Saturday that his. ::a
necessary to survive':' "The autoists is Senator E.E. Canova who r ir r"jl. father J.H. Poppell was in serious jg;
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This is already becoming tax has bought a fine touring car. Dr. J.C. I } condition due to injuries.infllcted by a *
voted themselves a 1
obvious as counties people Wills has sold his Brush runabout and runaway horse. The animal became ",
throughout Florida are caughtin cut, and we can reduce ser- bought a Ford "Torpedo" runabout frightened and threw Mr. Poppell
a financial trap with only a vices and give it to them" he with which he is well pleased. It looks from the wagon which rolled over "1
fraction of said. The feeling of the Put- stylish is provided with a top, rides him. The horse dragged him from .r-t
property owners nam Commission seemed to easy is almost noiseless and very under the wagon, inflicting several :-J
paying any taxes at all for the his head and face.
be to essential ser- powerful. ugly wounds about :;':%
provide
vast array of services to It was thought by those looking on i:j3!
which they have become ac- vices such as law enforcementand "As we go to press a fine new that he had been killed, but after the "jS;
customed.The ambulance service, but to Torpedo comes from Jacksonville for wounds had been dressed by Drs. *.g
cut the frills that many tax- Dr. A.H. Freeman who already ownsa Tomlinson and King he was removed ,sj::
Clerk of the Court of payers have grown to expect Brush; so there are now" a baker's by automobile to the home of F.N. Andrews -, :;
dozen of autos in Starke. and became conscious after -*
Putnam County expressed an from the county. .
hours j
that the about three .: :
opinion recently Ice Plant Destroyed .
The Florida Association of ::to,
Legislature should not allow is Disaster struck the city Sunday. Wedding Bells eta;

any homestead exemption at County Commissioners May 281911. when citizens awoke to In a brief history of the ice plant And finally, this bit of social news: ir
all on the first $10,000 of property reportedly Homestead discover that the "ice factory" con- The Telegraph said it started in the Oldest Citizen<< Dies of the 3
value except for senior for a change in the structed in 1905 had burned during the latter part of 1905 "with many of our On the same day as the fire Daniel New"Mr.York Fred Racket Stump Store, manager left ThursiTI-

citizens and the disabled. In Exemption Amendment at the night. citizens forming themselves into a McRae described by The Telegraphas day for Amherst, Va. to marry Miss! ?.. %:
"the oldest citizen in
this section of
January legislative session, stock company for owning and conducting '
this there would be no Eva Wood, a charming young lad of : :sz
way is to "As is their habit this time of the the Starke Ice Factory. The the country died at the age of 94 at '
free rides and all property where pressure expected year the men at the power house had building machinery and fixtures cost the home of his daughter Mrs. C.C. that pace! s
owners would pay a small be placed on developing a gone home very early in the morning $15,000 and the plant could produceten Powell.)

share of the cost of runningthe more equitable taxing systemfor so that when a citizen who discoveredthe tons of ice per day. The -::
Florida's" hard-pressed fire ran over there to have them stockholders ran the plant from Aprilto The patriarch of the populous .
county government.The
counties.We sound the big steam whistle for a fire November, 1906 and made six per- McRae clan in this area Daniel was Count Agents -
Putnam clerk says that alarm no one was there to do it," The cent interest on the investment after born on Jan. 11, 1817 in Bulloch County -
53 of can't have our cake and Telegraph reported. "When later the all expenses were paid. In Novemberof Ga. When about 20 years of age he .
only percent property fire company had been aroused and the the sold to married Miss Sarah S. Livingston ofa ..t.llook ;'
eat it too, and the taxpayers of same year plant was
in that will be
owners county came to the scene there was little to neighboring and
W.L. and A.E. Wall for about $14,000, county they moved -"'
Florida can't to vote -
paying any county taxes this expect do except save the cold storage. and N.T. Ritch was elected trustee. for to Florida in 1847, settling at Mid, -
year, with 47''' percent totally themselves a free ride and department of the building." the stockholders." dieburg- at that time one of the most B ? -.-A
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exempt. In Bradford County it still benefit by the services

is estimated that at least one- they have received in the past. Former Starkeite Awarded $450 by Shands Bobby $1& '

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I Ce'ntrallssues. For Surgical Adaption Used at. Hospital ... .' I.-.... '.i if.a


Remain Unsolved Mrs. Shirley Demps, formerly ot ". I had the good fortune to attend our .
Starke. was awarded $450 by Shands Annual Meeting of the National t Ea
Hospital for her adaptation of s. Association of County Agricultural '
As one commentator put it, they are used. "Replacing surgical instrument which wil Agents a couple of weeks ago. The ':-
"In pursuing its collision these controllers is a tricky substantially improve patient care. meeting was held on the Cornell Cam- ". '-

course with the air traffic con- business," says Mr. Shaiken. ,\ pus at Ithica, a small town in the mid- -
"The die of New York State.
improved retractor blade is
trollers the Administration is "There is a key distinction used in several major surgery t tlj

still flying and the controllers between instruction-no mat- and holds the liver in place procedures fw The campus was beautiful and the :in:
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have been grounded." ter how thorough-and the without .assistance,",Dr.,13d-. "' weather was perfect. The.
knowledge that comes from ward R,,'.Woodward' professor; and \ 1 1'j ".rt'temperature got down to 48 degrees* i'i:
But"this is a short term solu- doing..and the chairman of "the, Departmentnot. lone_ /4 72,<$egre.eI: F was fhe top .
tion. "True the system re- "' i 'I,'! Ib i "tt "A n.r!" rry, nl'gryq'g7' r the ay di: t el '
controllers rer.a.evipisy.ameiFastudent ; I t't' 'J1You n \ fcS&FThe I
violated the letter of the law in quires "zero defect'perfor- was required to hold/ the' '" M !" iti"r IH rni+ra ritiw rFn'i9"Horn 6h fairly alga like we do her 1/\'Fl 'td i .ee
mance. retractor,, and this resulted in both
out strike but in this
going on ,
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how In skillfully making the medical and educational problems. meeting was outstanding in all ;
permissive age, many
respects and well worth the time and
of the strike the
other government employees, legality cen- Woodward said Demps took her Y expense. I won't go into details about
corporation executives, state tral public issue, Mr. Reaganand idea directly to a machine shop wherea the meeting, but I will discuss an ,<
employees, and others have his men have avoided ad- friend made the adaptation for her. agricultural tour I took to see some of .:,3
violated a strict interpretationof dressing the underlying problems "One day during surgery, she just our northern agriculture. -i
that the handed it to me and said 'try this.' I ...
brought issuesto
the law and been granted did and it worked," he said. The tour took us southward close to ; .
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head. also failed to
a They
amnesty, freed on minimum the Pennsylvania border. The'
bail, or served brief recognize the legitimacy of Demps has been an OR technician coutryside was made up of hills (they ?
sentences, followed by parole, the controllers' demands.In for 10 years, and Woodward said she ....., looked more like mountains to mel.">M
probation, or various other designed the new heart shaped and valleys that ran in a north-southit;
Shaiken's opinion, the direction All the farming was in.theviD'valleys : :
degrees of forgiveness for central issues of the strike- retractor blade in response the lQ(! complaints f v r :' and.."on topi of(some, *rf'*then Ui
their missteps? conditions in the concerning existing largellhills.1In'!
working con- retractor. According tQ.I'a lengthy' ur "IT
In their refusal to negotiatewith trol tower and measures to hospital analysis', the improved b "I'. "I 0'j '. '\.11
Th !(arms '
were not big but 'eivrpyiq
the errant controllers, relieve their toll on retractor blade will result in an i increased available acre ,.of, tillable, land r.had.toi:
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Mr. Reagan and his advisors controllers--have remained recovery rate for patients re- iShands.Shirley Scott ft>naps, a former resident of Marke was awarded $!.">CI from some crop.llIaw! field.corn in thejeairtT
gained a degree of popular unaddressed for years. "A quiring this surgical procedure: This teaching hospital for her adaptation of a surgical instrument which will I ly tassel stage and sweet {cornnjuht 9(11
the shorter work week and earlier method of retraction prevents i injury substantially, improve patient care n ktO'J1 I"111' coming in. I v lrfgni! >l
by making legality
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support to the liver and provides! hotter Vice President of Operations at Shamts-Alex Wham left made'lhe. .
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of the strike the central retirement..would only put visibility for the surgeon'with resultant ion to Mrs. Demps At center is Dr. Edward Woodward professor! and chair- We saw several Alfalfa, hay fields
public issue of the controversy. air controllers in the quicker, safer surgdry. ,. man of the Department of Surgery. '.' that were being cut to make-haVVham.
It is obvious that they did mainstream of what their col- l4*" ,,,r' ,' J',+>:!. would make.our'bcralyyik 'Jikgn

this deliberately because it leagues throughout the rest of It has been estimated by operatingroom old method, the liver was traumatized years, from 1947 to I'Jttf: l is'1: \ i I''', .. straw or mulch. Incidcntly.;we :now,
seemed to be the politically the world already enjoy. It personnel that this device\ ill during about 5 to 10( percent ot the daughter of Mrs: May' Scott.jiuu ihb '11 have a Florida'Alfalfa' that showy>pin: ,J3
should give us all cause for reduce the average length of the pro operations requiring an average of: popular thing to do. Just as cedure, for which it is applied by 45 additional minutes to correct and an She and her husband'( I tt{iarlv's id "ri ..-'\i.' ''r. silt la
you cannot argue against concern that U.S. controllers minutes, and virtually eliminates the average of two units of blood. IX-inps have two children Brian Edward One' of our'' 'tour'"stops1 was ut'Wifiq'
motherhood and apple pie, handle busier airports with risk of trauma to the"liver1., With the Mrs. Demps lived in Starke tor 15 8. and Michelle. 2. U-Pick'lf and roadside ''market.*i111'
you cannot argue for breakingthe longer working hours than ..or: n l uc'V bi C vegetable; and strawberry farm. ;TM3&

law. But who their European counterparts vegetable operation was interesting.;
us
among Census Survey TOM bm.. i I. but 'l I was
The strikers believe especially curious 'about hlV
has that'a strict
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not
pleaded how they I Gather Data harvest their 12':
interpretation of the law that these measures are Salaries of Elected Officials : I Here. ,.,, acres of strawberries. Hardly any of- .';
should be bent a bit when it affects necessary to ensure the safetyof On Immunizations their cultural practices are like ours t ,Il I

our own transgressions. air traffic, and the strike ./" .
Even Mr. Reagan would not was their only vehicle left to Local elected officials will be getting between a seven and eight percent !Mrs. Norma Foray, of the Bureau; For example they do not use black

be the first to cast a stone in make their voices heard. increase, according to new salary figures'released. by the State of <>t the Census, will conduct a survey in' 'plastic the for mulch nor do they' grow
this plants on beds. The
Florida. area during the week of soil is com-''
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such circumstances. Mr Reagan and his ad- The Department of Veteran and Affairs September 14-18. 1981. to determine pletely different. a heavy clay type;.'
Community sets the
salary the and was more rocks than soil. .
visors have made their point.As extent to which people have been ? ,
Although the Reagan ad- l levels based on population and other factors: immunized against selected diseases ..

ministration may have hit on some U.S..judges are fondof Figures shown compare 1980-82 with the 1981-82 fiscal year. Forrest P. Caw ley, Jr.. Director 01'l The straw were dif- ',: .
the right 'move politically in saying, the air controllers the Bureau's) Regional Office in Atlan ferent even tough the plants)
,
the air controller controversy, "have suffered .enough"" It ;:.A..,.; 80-81 81-82 ta, announced recently.; resembled the California varieties!! we,7 :

.it has apparently! lost sight as would seem the better part of Clerk of Court . . . 0',.'. :. .. .$27,479 e$29.571 grow here. They set their plants only'n

to what.It will take to rebuild a wisdom on the part of all con- Supervisor o4EeAtlons. . fY.$21.046.: e$ 3,566 Thesurveyisconductedthroughoutthe the every climate four or or five cold years.winters Apparenth-izz help hold.,, :

'fail-safe air traffic systemIn cerned to return to the collect Property Appraiser. .. . . 5'. .. .$27,478 $29,571Tax U.S. every year to provide inlormation down insects, diseases and weed problems -;,')11
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tive bargaining process and Collector . . : :&'. .. .$23,123 $21,912 on immunization against that we would have here i if we.;-,>!

Shaiken the a opinion research of associateat Harley get the show back on the road. Sheriff. . . . . . .,'.". :. ....$27,479 $29.571 whoipingcough.measles, influenza tetanus polio,,rubella diphtheria and tried to grow one plant that long. ..,1,

Massachusetts, Institute of The administration has School Superintendent. ... .v.. .$28.381 $32.678 mumps needed for administration of They use only' about one-third of our1''.**'

Technology, the prediction shown how tough it.can be, School Board Members . . .. .$8,276 $8.937 prevention health programs These geared health to disease analysis rates of is fertilizer the even hough( the'! .j

that air traffic can be back to where and when it wants to County Commissioners . .. ., .. .$9,058 $9.987. are in addition to the usual ones questions asked same. 1(,

normal, in 12 to 18 months make an example of some County judge . . . .: .. r. .$.....5..1 $49.000 in the monthly survey on employment Yield is about the same as ours,:.'tl
small (in this the and unemployment conducted nation something like 8.000
case
"seriously underestimates the group pounds per acre. ,
air controllers whose 12,000 Includes $2,000 for certification bonus. wide by the Bureau of the I US. All the strawberries are U-Pick-It'!.i;
to
experience necessary run f Department of Labor. Oneperson 'takes of this V
care -
the system in its tangled votes would not be a deciding by operation :
factor in election). But ,' simplyselling the quart, con-,
any tamer
P. to
state. the
.. Results of the monthly' employmentsurvey public on a first com :
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flexing muscles does not guide ,0, first serve basis in the )
provide data morning at
%vt m* on conditions
Computers serve,as an aid airplanes to safe landings. A mi p4 the labor force, prime indicators of in harvest time Pickers are unattended t?:

rather than a replacement for return to the negotiating tableis @ the economic health of the country inthe' fiel,\aijd. can'pick.
human judgment- the air For'example, in July* the indicated Il1e) like.
the only way to solve the :, survey "
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controller's booth just as they long-term problem of safety in ?' that of the 106.5 million men 'I Wherevel
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do in every other,.office where'' our air lanes. ESTABLISHED U79 MEMBER .and'ome'n in the civilian labor force. Our grower, tell me that
990'million. were employed. The na- not work here because
t BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Publishers / .t lonjs unemploy mcnt rate was 7.o perenr won't pick clean and berries that are

Published Mch Thumky.mj .01'.';;" ......1Id Cl...Matt r.t th. ,< down from the 7.3 percent which and left on' the plant causes
I prevailed during most of the disease 1-
,.. January and rots 1rilie
on other berries.
l Offic
at Star*.. '10. under Ad .. March '. IITfSutMcrlpHon '- ;' e period.
$ .
n.. In tn4 ..... f*PM V..,. M SI* M_.... Personal Other tour stops included ;
Naw Ovtald.tiwU rMi $10 Pw V..,. $.... Sl. Month. the Information supplied in Automated! layer farm a
Zealand was discovered and survey I is a
named tea' kept strictly
by Dutch navigator Abel l Taiman In 1642. '3y4 ". I..-....'Iorld.' ,by law and results are used confidential to compile and breeding farm and a retail 4OOOOJ
statistical gift shop. I'll
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Frances Whitaker. 'and Jerry Crockrell sTtV o c\* Candlelight Wedding- Unites j


Wed Aug. 21 in Garden Wedding The Social Side Jaime Baker and Michael NormanJaime V


Frances Marlene Whitaker, chiffon dress with three layers of ruffles Carol Baker and Michael powder blue 4and ivory ribbon
daughter of Mr. qjdjMn. Damon low V-neck with ruffle ,and '"l Lewis Norman exchanged weddingvows streamers.
I Whitaker and Jerrcfltt Tee Crockrell, sleeveless. She carried a blue silk'' Gladys Mooty Of The in an 8 p.m. candlelight Tex Patrick, was best man. Ushers
son of Mr., and Mrs. John Crockrell, flower nosegay. ceremony on July 17 at Reynolds were Jeffrey (Norman, cousin of the
all of Starke were united in marriage Tommie Sue Marshall and Vicki Society Editor, Chapel at Camp Blandmg 'groom and Mitchell! Anderson. Kevin
Ellen Sheffield were bridal: atten- Rev. Ralph A. Jones Jr., officiatedat

dants. They wore matching blue cot- 961-7608 News the double ring ceremony. Bob .... .. .
ton dresses with off-the-shoulder ruf Crittendon was the organist and Jerri F, 's :;?. ,,1t(, f.l1 \
Des and ruffles at the bottom of the &O O Estes, soloistDecorating I
dresses. They all wore daisies and the altar was a heart- II I
bluebells in their hair. They carried a shaped brass candelabra in the
nosegay of blue silk flowers. center, with a flower arrangement of
v The bride, given in marriage by her Miss Andrea Eaves Honored at Two.Parties assorted flowers on each side, flankedby

father, wore a white chiffon and lace two arch-shaped candelabras. On
three layered gown with lace jacket, Miss Andrea Eaves with fern and yellow mums and filled each side of the arrangement was, a ,
long sleeves and high neck. Her Juliet Honored at Parties with iced Cokes. Brooke Williams and brass candle arrangement accented i
cap with veil of illusion secured her Clare Winkler assisted in serving. with another assorted flower arrangement -
long chapel train edged with tiny Miss Andrea Eaves, whose mar- The hostesses presented corsagesto
daisy florets. She carried a silk riage to Jack Waterhouse, Jr., will be the honoree, her mother Mrs. A.J. The center aisle was marked by
cascade of white roses, trumpet an event of September 25, was com- Eaves HI, Carmen Eaves and Mrs. brass candle holders each with a I
I L.2 flowers and lilies.A plimented at a bridal shower Tuesday L.C. Early. They also gave the single candle, trimmed with greenery ,,
; reception was also held in the night, Sept. 1, given by Mrs. Morris honoree the creamer to her china pat- and blue ribbons. Each window of the
garden where the guests were greetedby Williams Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Mrs. tern as a memento of the occasion. chapel contained a single candle trim-
the parents and grandparents. At John Miller and Mrs. George Winkler Attending between the hours of 7:30: med in greenery. The front and back }. I
points of interest were palms and at the home of the latter. and 9 p.m. were 25 guests of the chapel were accented with l' !t'tr
hanging wedding bells. All the tables The refreshment table was covered : large potted Boston ferns.
.
were graced with garlands of ivy and with a mauve green lace cloth and -- - The bride is the daughter of Mr.and
%sr blue flowers. centered with a punch bowl I encircled Mrs. James J. Baker of Green Cove .
The bride's table was covered witha Miss Eaves was honored at a bridal Springs. The bridegroom is the son of ,'
white lace cloth over blue and luncheon Saturday, Sept. 5, given by Mrs. Lester Page of Jacksonville,and .1 1 1ft
centered with a three tiered wedding BradfordUnionRetired Mrs. Randy Johns and daughter the late Mr. Harold K Norman of
cake,' flanked by five-branch silver TeachersTo Elise at their home on Kingsley Lawtey.The .
candelabras with burning blue Lake. bride, given in marriage by her
tapers. Silver compotes held nuts and Meet Sept. 17 The guests were served appetizerson father, wore an old fashioned gown of 1
mints. Deloris Peippins cut the cake. The Bradford-Union Retired the porch overlooking the lake by ivory lace, featuring a mandarin ft
The round punch table was covered Teachers Association will meet Miss Johns and Mrs Donnie Thornton neckline and long lace sleeves. The
with a white lace cloth over blue and Thursday Sept. 17. at the Bradford before the luncheon.The bodice and waist were accented with
centered with a crystal punch bowl County School Administration dining table was centered witha lace and ivory ribbon. The modified 1
flanked with silver candlesticks with Building, 582 North Temple Avenue, lovely arrangement of peach carna- waist was attached to a full A-Line
yellow tapers. Starke, at 11:30: a.m. tions and deep pink roses. The other skirt. The fingertip veil with mat
The round grooms cake table was A workshop meeting will follow the luncheon tables held smaller arrangements ching lace, featured an empire head
0t covered with a white lace cloth over covered dish luncheon. All retired of the same flowers in piece. She carried an ivory lace fan
yellow and was centered with a teachers of both counties are invited Belleek teacups. with an arrangement of ivory flowers
r' k F'' chocolate cake, flanked with a ball to attend this first meeting of the Fourteen guests were invited to and flowing ivory streamers. I.Ir. I.I I.
,t and chain, billy jack and handcuffs.The year. share the occasion including Andrea'smother Mrs. Gina Bennett, sister of the
bride's book table was covered Mrs. A.J. Eaves, III, and her bride, was Matron of honor. She wore I
with a white lace cloth over blue and, grandmother, Mrs. L.C. Early. a powder blue sundress with a mat-
held burning yellow tapers in silver Junior Woman's Club The hostesses presented Andrea ching lace sleeveless jacket. Her hair ..J'L
candle sticks surrounded with ivy, To Meet Sept 14 with a serving spoon of her silver as a was accented with a powder blue silk
bluebells and baby pictures of the memento of the occasion. flower arrangement. She carried an
couple. Vickie Crockrell kept the Members of the Junior W.oman'sClub ivory lace fan trimmed with a powder
bride's book. will hold their firs Fall meeting mill :\11'''. .Miili.it! Norman.
Fortune Federal blue silk flower arrangement with
The wedding and reception was Monday, Sept 14, at 7:30: ( p.m. at the
+'1gib directed by Mrs. Charles Schmitt. club house. .'Promotes Two Norman, brother ol the groom,

: Assisting were Shelba Whitaker, Eva Fortune Federal Savings and Loan escorted the mothers of the couple. I
,.. Eddings and Camile Whitaker. Association has promoted Jane Triestto Amber Ann Newton niece of the
Following a wedding trip to Busch BHS Class of 1954 Head Teller, keystone Heights Of- bride was flower girl She wore m !
Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Crockrell Gardens, Tampa the couple is Planning ReunionThe fice, and Jean Norman to Senior ivory lace pinafore over a long dressof i
August 21 at 7 p.m. in the garden of residing at 301 S. Trailer Park. Teller in the Starke Office BIRTHSl powder blue qiana She wore a
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and The bridge and groom are both Bradford High School class of Mrs. Triest is a Bradford High powder blue flower in her hair and
Mrs. J.P, Eddings on Morgan road graduates of Bradford High School 1954 planning reunion meeting will be School graduate who joined the carried a basket of flower petals.
with Rev. Alton Coleman performingthe She graduated in 1981 and he held Sunday, Sept 13, at 3 p.m. at the association last year. W>'le Norman counsin of the
nuptials.The graduated in 1977. Jerry is employedat Western Steer Steak House for Dutch Ms. Norman also is a graduate of groom was ring bearer
wedding was performed undera Durrance Pump and Supply Plum- Treat. Bradford High School and has been Aaron Thomas Woixifiii The bride presented each mother
tent which was outlined with palms bing. All members are urged to attend. with the association since 1S78. with a long stem rose
yucca plants schefellareas, diffen- Michael and Deborah Woodfm of A reception was held at the Ol-
bacheas and ferns in the backgroundand Starke announce the birth of a sun ticer's Club at Camp Blanding The
a covered archway decoratedwith Bon Voyage Party Aimee FergusonHas 12 BHS Students Aaron Thomas born August 26 in bride's table was covered with an
daisies and carnations. For Two Travelers Slumber Alachua General Hospital.( He joins a ivory tablecloth, accented with
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Crawford Party Embark on Study Tour sister Lindsay Renee, age 3. powder blue ribbon and bells and 1
presented a program 'of nuptial Julee Wise and Rhonda Hutcheson, On Her BirthdayAimee Twelve BHS students Paternal grandparents are Mr\ and trimmed in Boston terns
who will be leaving Sept 12 for a three accompaniedby
Highlighting the table was the thrc.'l'lil'red
music. teachers Steven and Julie Miller Mrs. O. Guy Woodfm of Boynton
celebrated ,
week stay in Germany were surprised Ferguson her
wedding cake Irosivd in i\'ury
and
Frank Coss served as best Crockrell man with a cookout Thursday, Sept 3,at ninth birthday Friday evening with a will leave Sept. 12 from Orlando for a Beach. Maternal grandparents are Accenting the cakeel'e stairs.KDIIUI ,
the ,ushers Were Michael the home ot-Mrr.-and Mrs. Charles 'slumber party given by her mother, three week study tour to P.arls.a-a boat Mr. and-Mrsv-Wilham T.Mosle"ot'West "
; the cake with candles and) powder
and Richard Games''J..; ; ...Hutcheson.'r ., Mrs. Bob Ferguson. trip on\\ the Rhine.River tt' .Er.flstadyLlblarrGerftWn Palm Beach ,- .? up 1
tled Mowers each < CfJL
tuu f.biue on I step .in lfapp
l.t9tr : 9.n Slie woreCrn r. 'j} r The--centerpiece foTrthfftails'tontsisted '! 'The party started at STp.m.with a : Germany.While \ ur Ltq.t. &. '- \., ,.;IIJ J-tT:' ml" ').1.1'" "'Ul"." :f.,,, 'with 'the traditional bruleandgnsnn; | .. .
as m .iq; lqo"1 ') ." !)ftllfilXI '/ of a monogramed Iota Delta "Boeing 707" decoration to com Kingsley Lake and returning to the staying with host families the candelabra and an arrangement. ol
memorate the occasion. Ferguson home for hamburgers, cake group will be studying culture, education Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova of Tampa assorted lowers I :
Holds MeetingsXi Julee and Rhonda were presentedwith and ice cream and spending the night. and government of Germany and formerly of Starke announce the !Mrs Darlenel'roekett./ sl"h'I'lIf (the
Iota Delta started their new year cosmetic travel kits and other Helping Aimee celebrate the occa- Paris. birth of a daughter. Laura Lynn. horn ridc.. cut the weddinM cake Kathy
Sunday, August 30, with Beginning gifts.Approximately. sion were Sherle Mier, Shana Taking the trip will be Stacey Denmark Sept. 4.Paternal. Norman and Vicki Norman, sisters ol
Day at Gold Head Branch State Park 22 members of their Schmitt Beth McKinney Allison Lynn Loper, Faith Roberts, grandparents are Carol) n the groom served. :\ll'sIarll'nl':
and joined by the chapters of Beta immediate families enjoyed the occa Farnsworth, Tracy Combs, Jane Julee Ann Wise Lorrie Chappell B. Canova of Starke and Paul E. Newton, sister of the I f bride" kept till'hl'ide's
Sigma Phi from Keystone Heights. A sion. Stanwix-Hay, Yvonne Bobo and sister Mike Christmas, Bryan Clark.Sharon Canova of J.lcksonville.Iatt'rnal! hook Dele Cox was in tii"urge
picnic lunch I was enjoyed. Julie Ferguson. Fussell, Rhonda Hutcheson Joy St. grandparents are Mr. and :Mrs ('lydt' ol the rice bugs I>Decorations '"
The first regular meeting was held Methodist Group One Mrs. Raymond Stanwix-Hay John, Randy Starling and Mary Wat- B. Davis of Callahan Paternal great! : done by Ann We.'e.'ks1111 Lori.. .
Sept. l'' at ,the home of Ella Hall. assisted. terson.. grandfather is n. W. Babb ol. \\ ,illiams ol :\Iuultrll' (:a.
Has LuncheonMeetingMethodist They will return October 3. Gainesville !Maternal great grandparents
-
Members to
attending were Cheri Cox F'ulluwmg I a wedding trip
Deahe<"Hodges, Marie Wynn Ronda Group I had a covered C.H. Nasworthy t 9tlillr'Douglas: are !Mr and Mrs. A V 1>111. Ua.Mona Beach the l'Olll'll'1 It reside
Crawford, Brenda Slade, Rose Smith, dish luncheon and meeting Wednesday Celebrates Birthday : ingham of Milliard' and :Mrs Allie I in i.unesMlIc
Davis of
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LindA:Bowen and Connie Best."j '.t )'j', at the Kingsley Lake home of Mr. "' family )cross.
The program "Woman;'fllller.I'' 'and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy. Mrs. Lillie At Dinner PartyMrs. -

Heritage and Her Hope" was Bridges was in charge of the program C.H. Nasworthy gave a birth- reunion moved to
presented by''Marie Wynn followed by1'. day dinner party Tuesday evening Lake City" SPECIAL OFFER!!
refreshment served by Ella Hall. 1.nF. Mr.
Sept. I I. for Nasworthy at their
The next'meeting'will' be Soptj IS at:'Ijl< nun > Kingsley Lake home. The occasion The Douglas Family Reunion has
the t bomeo'Ofl'.Ronda' Crawford'<.-at' V '11 / I and:f fStarke also celebrated Venner Spiers' birth been changed from the Lake Side Buy: ZChipper
Golf Community
Kingsley Lake. ru day, whose birthday fell on August 31. Building in Lake Butler
to the Recreation Building next to the
Club NewsFollowlni The several tables set the
Country up on '
...bl'''', r ll\\ 1>11"11" : 'wjfThiWalloc0iCollln porch set with old fashioned stadium: in Lake City ,I.
: : .i<><' '_,'.',,N { 'the Florida-Georgia Fiesta were Ware and centered The reunion will beheld Sunday
''' ; "" ,, Tech football game on Sept: 19 there were by September 20. with registration at
H pinner baskets of fruit and flowers.
tt? Rehearsal. 'ii ': :' will be cocktail. at 6 p.m. and dinner 10:30: a.m., business meeting at 12:30:
Steve,.Earnest. 'i and hjshf4nnceg,, ,"t t at 7 p'tn.1' : sion.Eighteen. Mr. guests enjoyed and Mr.the occa p.m. and lunch served at 1:30: p.m. : : ; : : ;
Miss Diane Jfrw.iwere guest, of tKyWri. ; Ill' Pleas"rn k& reservations on or each Nasworthy Spiers Please bring a picnic lunch. All
at the rehearsal dinner given by his before Friday' ; ,Sept. II, cake.were presented. with a birthday freinds and relatives. are invited to at- Dinners

parents Mr I,and Mrs, Wallace"Col7l,< ,' tend.
Ims i of ,Hampton Thursday/ flight| i "

September 4;, .'. ".M 1 It i", Did You Know...........
The,dinner held at Sonny, Bar-B, )went for the or only
QueuRestaurant on Beach Blvd, in I
Mr. and Mfs. J.H. Moncrief visited ,
Jacksonville. was attended by,, ,hebride's Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill in In- '\; popcorn, but the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. DonaldH. dialantic Saturday to Monday.Mr. .
Fox, the wedding attendants, other *,' three meals
family members and friends. and Mrs. Arthur Nichols of square "

Crescent Beach were last Thursday made me stay
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Altar Society ActivitiesSt. Herbert Thomas.Mr. 'I F .

Edward's Altar Society held a Some come, : .'can do a lot more for
meeting in the Parish Hall Tuesday and Mrs. X.M. Smith and for the pop your figure than 4
evening, Sept. 1st. with the president, daughter Terri spent the weekend at corn. Others starvation tactics
Crescent Beach.
Carol Ashline, presiding.
Claire Brunetti volunteered to for the peanut or foolish fad
and Mrs. V.J. had a
Mr. Spengler
serve as Altar Chairman. butter. diets. Join a .
Ruth Meng offered to have altar cookout Monday evening celebratingMrs.
And lots
to Weight Watchers
care during September, Spengler's birthday. Helping.
benefits celebrate the occasion were Mr. and make ': '*,,'" '
Anne Samons reported on
Mrs. Richard Jockcl. Mr. and Mrs. tJ cIasS'ti'AMdtalk 1t r
being conducted on behalf' of the bedinefor with 6'uY A r rtY 'r
J.D. Warren. Mr. and Mrs J.C.
Bradford County Hospital and the .
Ronald McDonald House in Dukes and family and Mr. and Mrs the staff.You'IIhoney

Gainesville: also on the income tax Desso Forman.Mr. i soon see

classes scheduled by II & R Block; But once people join why more people have
Muriel Gilhooly and Ruth Meng told and Mrs. Jerome Johns spent Weight Watchers and lost
of the need for volunteers by, the Thursday Sunday at Ocean Reef on more pounds on
Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary. Key Largo and also attended. the UFo see our 1981 Food Weight Watchers than

The St. Edward's Annual,Bazaar is Miami game on Saturday ,Plans-they're satisfied any other weight loss
scheduled for December and 5 with by something far more in the world.
program
Mary Giss). Ruth Meng ;arid Pauline
Oeschger serving as Chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Warren and sons substantial: breakfast, Chipper Dinner you get:

At the October 8 ,meeting, a of Tampa will be weekend guests of lunch and dinner. WEIGHT WATCHERS 2 fish filets fresh creamy cole slaw '
Welcoming Reception for all' ladies of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren. You
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Page SA TELEGRAPH September to. 1981
Special ServiceAt

Sharon lee Hobbs Melissa Eaves and Tim Kelley United Pentecostal Church First Baptist Church

Jeffery l. NormanTo Vows Northside 201 Phone N. WaterStrt't't!t .I-7120 Sunday evening, September 6th
Wed Nov. 14 Repeat Aug. 28 at BaptistNorthside Pastor Kev (1.1.. Wells was "Charlie and Kathy Green
Night" at the First Baptist Church of

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny R. Hobbs announce Baptist Church, Starke Friday 7:30: p-m. Youth Service; Starke. This young couple is moving

the engagement and approaching was the setting for the August 28,7:30: Sunday 10 a.m, Sunday School 7:30: to DeLand, Florida where Charlie it
marriage of their p.m. wedding of Melissa Ann Eaves, Evangelistic Service; Tuesday, enrolled at Stetson University After
daughter, Sharon Lee to Jeffery daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eavesof Bam.p.m. Ladies Prayer Meeting; earning his bachlors degree at Stet
Lane Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie will continue his preparation -
son,
Starke and Tim Calvin Kelley, son Wednesday 7:30: ) p.m. Bible Study.
L.M. (Buddy) NormanJr., all of the ministry by attending one
of Mr. and Mrs Morris Kelley of A hungry person eats to be filled. A for
Starke. Lawtey. .James Cowart performedthe that craves eaten to be completely of the six ,Southern Baptist
The wedding is planned for Nov. 14 nuptials. person satisfied. Seminaries. Kathy will be teaching

at Northside Baptist Church in Alamae Mattox, organist and Jim. Obey Acts 2:38-39: t this year at the Christian School of t he
Starke.No Alvarez soloist presented a Stetson Baptist Church.
my program
local invitations are being sent. of nuptial music. Charlie and'.Kath have been veryactive
All friends and relatives are invited to The alter was decorated with arrangements .>tt in the First Baptist Church of

ry Attend of white gladiolus, pink Starke. Theyfpolh" were Sunday-
carnations white daisies and baby's School Teacher!} and Charlie has
2Barbara breath against a background of a Did You Know served as a deacon for several years.
heartshaped candelabra flanked by They both were active In the
Thomas celebrated
Shaun Siemer
smaller candelabras. Evangelism Outreach,Program of the
his fourth birthday on Aug 21 al the
Mike Starling served as best man. .' and church.
home of his Otto
Ushers were Clay Watson', Mike grandparents. Kalhy presented a concert<< in songto
Eloise Siemer. Helping Shaun to
and Charlie
and Diccandio. congregation
Jackson Buddy and the large
celebrate his
were cousins
served his personal testimony of his
I s rJ4 Miss Suzette Rodnque as several friends. Shaun received gave
many
maid of honor. Attendants were relationship! with Jesus Christ.
wishes.
Misses Jacquelyn Eaves the bride's presents along with birthday Following! the service, the people of

sister Terri Tatum and Stro- and guests extended
Sherry First Baptist
and Mark and
Mr. Mrs. Palray son
Bullough ble, They were attired alike In long ., Marcus and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith their best wishes upon Charlie and
of lace and their plans for sere
Green
gowns pink pleated over pink Kathy
and daughters, Lisa Pam and Shari
Barbara Bullough. silk with matching lace waist length ing Christ\
from Davie Fla visited. Wild Waters
Thomas M. Riherd II \ ,.. jackets. They wore pink silk flower in Ocala on Aug 12.
headbands and carried bouquets of "
.
Engagement Told II; ,' ,. .1 pink carnations white daisies baby'sbrealh A group of Strawberry Swingers Revival ServicesAt

Dr. and Mrs. Vaughn L. Bullough of and leather leaf fern gave a square dance exhibition al the Church of God
Florence Ala., announce the engage- / ; : Trace Thomas served as flower girl r. : Festival of the Lakes in Keystone
.
J'f scheduled
of $: and Wayne Boatwright was ring- '"H.. : Hevival services are at
and marriage Heights Saturday
ment approaching & bearer. ..> '.' Participating were the Church of God September l.'ith:
their daughter, Barbara Ann to I ,: \' )'.i\\'.it \ '< Hank and Mary Ann Kyle, Gareth and Rev blerlin
Given in marriage by her father, : 'f>t < J. through the 20th Marsh
Malcolm Riherd, II of Cape : Heckle Jones
Thomas Gene and Millie Os.
:>
--- -- the bride wore a white chiffon gown ;.?- .Eo ,,, from Wiipato Wash., will be the
Coral of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. ,1Wi leen, Jeanette
son ; Margaret Hardy,
Sharon Lee Hobbs over satin with high neckline i ... ).: /';' evangelist
Lake Butler ., .
and
Kiherd of Hamilton Art Ann Schultz, Mr.
_
Jeffery L.Norman decorated with scalloped lace and I \. Itev Marsh is a Senior Pastor, and
Miss Bullough graduated frum ," and Mrs. Les Smith Mac and Carol
', :
long chiffon sleeves with fitted wrist the former state evangelist of
School in Florence Baldwin Bob and
Bradshaw High ,
Auburn bands of lace. The full skirt was b Mary Agnes !Mississippi Experienced in themmistery
and is currently attending Ferguson. Ronnie and l Jeanmene
Brenda Wilkinson highlighted with lace at the bottom knowledgeable in the word
University. She is a member of Kappa Sellers, Jerry and Mickey Barrett
and on the flowing court length train. e and, unique in delivery. Come and
Gamma. Mundorff md Mr Mrs.
Kappa Mr. Kiherd graduated from Union Pat Her silk headband decorated with) ;rand Dodge. worship with us during this week of

and Auburn Engagement ToldMr. pearls and beads secured her 3/4 -'--'- spiritual renewal Services will be as
County High School length veil with scalloped lace. She Mr.\. and Mrs. U (), Dansby. Mr, and follows:
University with a BSBA. He is a and Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Kelley
carried cascade of silk Mrs. Rodney P. Hall and Mr, and hour
and is a pink roses.A Sunday morning worship at t II I Ia
member of Tau Kappa Epsilon Raiford the engage-
employed as auditor for Barnett ment and are approaching announcing marriage of reception was held in the church lace cloth and centered with an arrangement Mrs. Dewitt Hersey were canning m. Sunday Evenings at 7 p,m. and
Fellowship Hall Renee Crawford Friday to Monday at Camp week service will 7.It:
Banks of Florida. their daughter, Brenda Lynette to of white daisies, pink carnations night begin at : )
The wedding is planned for Patrick Wayne Mundorff, son of Ms. kept the bride's book, and leather leaf fern. The two in the Ocala National Forest\ p m
the First The bride's table was covered witha bowls at each end were encircled The Slarke Church of God is located
December 27 at 2:30 p.m. in Cookie Mundorff of Starke and Wayne punch
white lace cloth and centered with Mr. and Mrs. AI Kay' Carlisle,and .
Baptist Church in Florence Ala. of Heights. a with the same flowers. at 422 M Clair Street and everyone i is
Mundorff Keystone .
three tiered fountain cake encircled !Mrs. A.J. (Barry and Drew attended
The wedding will be an event of Assisting in serving were Tina trim welcome Rev !Mel Drake is host
Nov. 7 at The Starke Church of God. with pink carnations white daisies Kelley, Tammy Baldree, Theressa the UF-Miami game in Miamion pastor. For further information call

Did You Know........... Both the bride-elect and groom. and fern. Jessee Mae Starling cut the Morgan Louette Smith,Vickie Nicula Saturday !txi4.5445! ,

elect are graduates of Bradford High cake and Terri Thomas.
Jim Hamilton of Atlanta is visitinghis The punch table was covered wth a wedding to Busch
a trip
Sherrod School. Following Mr and Mis W.\I.! I lawn ol" --:::::- -
Mr and Mrs.
parents Gardens and Disney World the cou-
Gainesville were Sunday' visitors! ul .7
Hamilton this week. DM You Know........... ple is residing in Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. M''F ll. mi.
t. The bride and groom are both ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee McDutfie and I graduates of Bradford High School.

son, Hec, spent the Labor Day Mrs Kathleen McNeely and She graduated in 1981 and is Mr and Mrs. David Montgomery To clean silver' try soak
weekend in Greenville, Ala. with Mrs. daughter Michele of Lakeland spent employed at TG&Y. lie graduated in and family spent the weekend ul I heir ing it for ,about two
McDuffie's parents Mr. and Mrs. the long weekend with her parents, 1979 and is employed at U C.I. camp on the Suwannee ltiv 'r. hours in the water in
Colie E. Cauthen, b t Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas.Mr. which potatoes were boiled.New .

Kenneth Noegel a 1956 graduate of +4r and Mrs. Charney Williams,

Bradford High School, now living in Mr. and !Mrs L.!M. Games Mr. and
Kansas City, Kansas was in Starke Mrs. Terry Games and Mr. and Mrs.
this past weekend visiting members David Williams and son were fishingat
of his family and friends. Ken who Horse Shoe over the weekend.
has a PhD in entomology, is an executive ,
in a chemical company with

oil ices in Kansas City and Vero Mrs. J.C" ViimiKof J I'alatka visited

Beach. Ken also visited his parents her aunt Mrs L.I). Vining on Tues- e _
Mr. and Mrs Joe Noegel of Lake City day. ., ,0 $
and former residents of Bradford A." _

County pipie. Mrs. Shirley' Johns ol Orange'Pjtkg r. tfd punt
spent the \\l'ekl'ndllh her 'mother, '. """tTirr biiS nvrrl ..mnhsy
Richard Alexander Jordan, Philip Mrs. F.J. Shaw '
Steven Kulch. William Hugh Floyd

and Jessie Olin Myers, Jr., of Starke Dirk arid Cana Schmidt returned to
have been selected for inclusion in the Brenda Wilkinson the fall semester at Florida Southern
Will edition of Outstanding Young
College on Suiula>'.

:Men ol America.Mr Did You Know..........
Mr and Mrs Ben Williams and
: andMrs. T.B, Kahn have a new Mr and Mrs Curtis Sanders and family of Savannah (ia. spent the >8
grandson Joseph Richard Bollmi son Lex spent the weekend at St long weekend with his mother !Mrs
1 urn Sept i in Miami. Mack Williams
Augustine.
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For. 35 years high schoolers from traps. We've got to stop their running my words but I'd rather have them 50, and Faulk noted that would help ched the'Cats in jamboree action last .player. He's strong and quick." : 'f'
Starke had been beating Macclennyin game" throw it than running it." BHS. "We've practiced against it all week and said Baker linebacker Otherwise Faulk said the Wildcats '.
football For almost that long it's Secondary Coach Mike Hartley Defensively Baker plays the same year so we ought to be prepared," he David Bridges (number 55, 6-2, 185 "are' not real quick defensively but:
been a topic of discussion in both communities went a step further: "I think the keyto basic defense as does Bradford the said of his offensive line. Faulk wat- pound junior) "is their best defensive they've got good size"

and elsewhere in North the game is whether we can stop ''''-' "' '' '''''' .. .... ... ,, ".. ..... '. ... ...." .. .. ..,.. "....--'. ,,, ... .. .... -- ... ..- .-- .. ..,, ,' ... .. -,. ._--'
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Bradford County folks could bragon Dody Washington). He's real quick .., 'P ",
the Tornadoes, always conquerorsof and broke a couple of long runs in the .., : \....,.,. ., .t
those Wildcats, Baker County jamboree. If we contain him we could .1, :.... ; ; ', '" ,'
followers could curse the Tornadoes make 'em throw the ball. I might eat I 5 .
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Site: Bradford Stadium; kickoff 8 p.m. :J

Season Records: 1981 opener for both teams, last .i -, 1 r'p
year Bradford 3.7, Baker Co. 4-6. This is not a district I
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loss and a tie since 1945.
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Players to watch for Baker .
County: speedy iii' ,. .
wingback Dody Washington (number 25 5-10 153 ., ,,::11. .
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pound Jr.), rugged linebacker-center David Bridges ; ,

(number 55, 6-2185 pound Jr.). I,I

Key matchups: linebacker-center David Bridges of

Baker County against BHS center-linebacker Bruce .

Rehberg and the Wildcats run-and-shoot running tC

game against Bradford's defense; The BHS passing
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")'ou just wait!" Football fans from -
parts elsewhere could wonder how in
the world anybody could beat A A.t
somebody else 28 times without losing :
throwing just a tie and a couple of -
last-second wins in for Interest.
Well, the wait is of course over. I
The boys from Macclenny put an
end to it last year, turning Baker
County topsy-turvy with a 17-15
opening-game victory over the Tor-
nadoes that sent BHS reeling to a 3-7 ::

season Now when Baker's Wildcats and a :
slew of followers invade Starke for :
the opening game of the high school :
football season Friday night it's backto '
t the basics. No more jinx. No streakto
snap none to protect. It's just Tornadoes /
against Wildcats. Bradford You're to like
against Baker. Scarlet and grey colliding going Eckerd
with red yellow and gold. !

Opening prepared.game Who :wants jitters it Who's more. better = '

For both teams it is a chance to get II VITAMIN j t : ] ; ;
off on the right foot as the 1981 season
kicks offBHS ,
Coach David Hurse admitted
that "the kids may be thinking of it as
revenge but I haven't mentioned any .
thing like that. There's no revenge ECKERD .
factor to me, I'm proud of our record
against Macclenny. We're just out to VITAMIN C !
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both achilles heels last year,; and on
offense the field generalship first- ECKERDVITAMIN :,:: : :

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and a good crowd. Mentally we're get III ,
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getting 'up' game. 1III ECKERD '
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i number 10, 166 pound Sr.>, running [
back Kelly Crews i number 40, 170 : :;:
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and.shoot has made its name as a :
passing attack offense at places like I
the University of Florida but Baker GERITOL : :
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2: More Fall Sports-Open Soon -at BHs'l ,:. : .Mwr'i Title Hopes



f Dealt a Soggy ]Blow

Volleyballers Host Raider Power in Home Opener Demanding Kenny Invite Opens Cross Country
As Green Machine Manager- homer and then taking a 10.6 victory.But .
The Lady Tornado volleyball 1I team of Bradford High opens its 1981 season Bradford High's boys and girls cross country teams jump right into the Sponsor Jack Hazen put it, :"The in the rain Sunday afternoon a
with i a road match at Live Oak.Suwannee next Thursday, Sept. 17, and then frying pan this year, going to the Bishop Kenny Invitational in Jacksonvillefor weather just didn't cooperate with us base-hitting ballclub by the name 01't tLilly's
hosts Santa Fe, one of the top four finishers in the state last year, in the first their first meet Saturday, September 19. a bit." of Chicago eliminated Machine

home match Tuesday, Sept. 22. The will the Tornado distance units against most of the top harriers Machine's bid for a national cham 17-10.
Oak fell pit
Live to BUS three opener
times
last year 'including 15-3 15-3 Bradfordwin For the weekend 'Ieelwood
a pionship in ASA Major Slowpitch play Hay
down. BUS Coach
class 4A
in the District in northeast Florida, from George Loper expects -
Tourney: Match time
is 6 weekendas and Ken Carlton solved the weather
p.m. dealt blow last
was a soggy
from
upwards of 25 teams to take part including most greater
The Lady Tornado match
against Santa Fe, which won District Region ramclouds Hew into Burlington, for good averages though Machine
Jacksonville plus units from Ocala and Gainesville "The kids need that kind
Sectional titles last
and year and finished 26-3.will also tip-off a 1 6 p.m. in the real fast the North Carolina along with the Starke home run production was of course
'em know where ,
of competition, it'll let they are second-year
BUS It was Santa Fe thai
gym. : ended Bradford's season last year with a smile. Softball power and stayed the way down. Fleetwood hit .(184utli 2
cross country mentor said with a
l513, 15-6 win at District's that closed out an 11 win 7 loss campaign for weekend. For Machine, a home-run homers and 12 KBIs while Carlton's
Coach Inez Harvey and her girls. The first home meet will be the following Tuesday, Sept. 22, with hitting ballclub, rain is the last thing numbers were .625 2 IIKs 12 ribbies
This year Coach Harvey has three starters back to go with four other girls Gainesville Eastside,St. Augustine,and the Jacksonville Lee girls coming to they wanted to see The result was Mike Jacobs hit 583 with 2 homers
whO saw just a little action. Basically It's a young Lady Tornado team, with town for a tri girls test and quad boys run. 13 meets await the Tornado elimination after six wins and only a and 6 R8Is; Bobby Stephens )21; !) with
jusfcthree seniors and one junior. teams, and possibly two more if BUS chooses to venture to Atlanta for the top ten finish in a tournament Hazen 2 IIRs and 3 KBIs; Kevin Kelly .:2<>
Seniors Hope Jackson and Tracy Hankerson and junior Lorraine Bass are post-season Kinney Shoes high school national championship series. The said his club should have won. with 1 homer and 4 ribbies, Fred
the returners. Sophomores Vonda Kay Hall, Pat Slocum, Renee Wimberly, four home meets will be the 22nd, October 6, October 13, and October 29, all "There wasn't no doubt we had the Winston, who was declared eligible
and Pam Sams all played sparingly as ninth graders. including at least three teams in both the boys and girls divisions. best ballclub there after seeing literally minutes before the tourney,
Newcomers are senior Dana Cooper, sophomores Sylvia Hollis, Monique everybody," Hazen said. "The conditions swatted 5 homers to lead in that
Chandler Lisa Blackshear, Valerie Hamm, Felicia Cooper, and Mamie Hut- Loper looks for improvement over the BUS teams that finished eighth just didn't suit us. We're not a department and had II runs bulled in
chinson, and freshman Cary Newsome and Wendy McDougald. (girls) and sixteenth (boys) in District competition last year. In the second running ballclub and our defense is while Mummaw hit 4 out and produced
year of what he terms a rebuilding program he's working with much greater just adequate. It done us in." 9 RBis
numbers. Elite Coating of Gordon Georgia The 6-2 weekend lei I Green
Dr. Last season started with just one boys team member, where now there is captured the National crown, comingout Machine with a 71-25 record for the
Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C. 12. And the girls roster lists 15, including 10 new faces. of the loser's bracket to best Fred season wilh District. State, and
Dr. Listed by Loper in order of their present ranking are the 1981 runners and Weber Merchants of St. Louis 16-14 Region titles behind t them
Wayne., C. Eaton, D.C. > their grade levels: 16-10 in the championship round. Ken Carlton again led !Machine in
Boys-captain Richard Warren 11, Paul McKinney 9, Kenny DeWitt 10, Vic- Though Hazen said "we didn't see all three offensive categorieshat..
P Keystone Chiropractic tor Letts 11, Curtis Jones 11, Gerald Gullion 11 (the lone returner), Eddie the sun all weekend" the rain at least ting average with a ljr,1I<> season
Clinic Tennant 9, Calvin Thomas 9, Len Sanders 9! Wade Widener 9, Tony King 9! let up for the first two Machine games homers with 151. :and runs batted In
Gerald Petteway 11. and the results were goodan 18.0 with 265.
Girls: Linda DeWitt 9, captain Tyffany Griffis 12, Carrie Coburn 9, Pam pasting of Goodrich Texas on 5 Newcomers Fred Winston i B57);; ).
At SR-21 North Hawkins 10, Jennifer Nix 12, Karen Chilly 12, Michelle Stillwell, Louette homers and a 22-12 win over Volk & Kay Fleetwood (i.K.111): ). Mike Jacobs
Smith 12, Maxine Fralick 9, Monica Berry 9, Carol Fussell 10, Lynn Loper 12, Sons that included 6 Machine UK's. (i..631)(.:)! and Richard Mummaw i 1li1l7'( i >
Keystone Shops Suite 5 Cheryl 1 Foster 9, Valerie Hightower 12, Dawn Cernyer 10. But in a misty rain Morgan Boots of were next in line for Green Machinein
Phone 4733604Hours Griffis, Hawkins, Nix Fussell, and Loper are the returners from the girls Texas dumped Machine 9-6 in a game average while l1ulllmawas
sauad of last, year postponed from Saturday morning to number two in honH'rsllh 105:
late-night.. "That meant we would followed by Fleetwood 9 a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.6 p.m. ; St. Edwards Church Hall have had to win something like four (HH). and Eddie Ha/en ((1111.| In Idols
and five both Jacobs and Mumnuiw limshed
games Sunday Monday
Mon. Tues. Wed. & Fri.
Coach Ronnie Thomas said of laic in with 21U while Fleetwood totaled 1114
BINOOEvery and llaien lii.i.:
: the loser's bracket.
:,: 9 a.m.-l p.m. Thursdays Machine did get two of those wins--
.l.;; Modern Facilities i Saturday 7:30 P.M. winning 5-4 Sunday morning on a Final Statistics
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411 N. Temple Ave.. Starke Fla. Richard Mummaw game-winning Ave. HR RBI

-rSTIGR Ken Carlton ,668 151 265
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Fred Winston .657 62 106
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Ray Fleetwood .638 89 184

Mike Jacobs .631 88 218

Richard Mummaw.607 105 218

Eddie Hazen .533 81 163

Dennis Crawford .564 71 137
: i4T1Ir Terry Stratton .543 62 136

StarKi'stCHUNK Kevin Kelly .541 31 86

Bobby Stephens .506 39 81

tICMT TU"IMIXIM4 Bubba Bozeman .502 38 97
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As has often been the case Bradford Yellow Jackets 7-0 in the one period 59 yards with a relentless ground attack S&S Bait and Tackle for further inl'-f-.
High, which in the David Hurse tussles. to score their 6-0 win. mation. ,
regime has never put much emphasison Interlachen used a 15-yard late-hit The Tornadoes never had a serious Mittie Crews Takes Panfish Lead Standing second as of Tuesday
winning preseason jamboree penalty on a third-and-long down to threat to score though they did show ; afternoon were Willie Dodd of Lawtty
clashes, again didn't exactly set the keep a drive alive and went on to set signs of a potentially potent passing and Steve Nipper of Brooker. Dodd
world afire with its showing in last up Melvin Middleton for a 22 yard attack. 12 Pound 10 Ounce Bass Still Leads had an 8 pound, 2 ounce bass catch
Friday's Fall Jamboree in Palatka. field goal that had plenty of room to Middleton's quarter-winning field last week and then Friday brought In
Showing only its basic setups both spare as the Rams topped the Tor- goal for Interlachen was set up by his an 8 pound, H'a' pounder ((0
offensively and defensively the Tornadoes nadoes in the first quarter.In own running and the penalty againstthe Mrs. Mittie Crews of Starke carriedin to better those efforts. Bring your catches strengthen his hold on Starke. Nip-
were beaten by Interlachen's period number two St. Augustine Tornadoes. a string of panfish that tipped the into S&S Bait & Tackle, official per's 6 pound, 4 ounce string of pan-
Rams 3-0 and the St. Augustine took the opening kickoff and pushed The Tornadoes had Interlachen scales at 14 pounds, 6 ounces Sundayand headquarters! for the tournament fish was the leader last week before
stopped once along the way with a that put her in the lead in the Pan- Prizes will go to the first and second Mrs. Crews came along with her
third and 11 play but the late hit fish Division with a week and a half to placers in each division With$25 cash heavy stringer full. :
Despite Losses penalty took the ball to the Tornado go in the Telegraph. Flshfinder Con- going to both winners plus prizes Also brought in last week in the
23, first down. Middleton, who ran for test.The donated by S&S, Jimmy Moore s Sun Bass class. was a 7 pound, :3 ounce
I over 1,500 yards last year, again beat 12 pound, 10 ounce largemouthbass Sports, and Griffis and Sons catch by grandmother Ida Bell
Coaches See Improvement BUS to the corner as he bounced outside hooked by Paul Bednar last Fiberglass that include a 28(10( Fluger Simons of Crosby Lake
to pick up another first down at week still stands up as the leader in Reel, outboard motor oil, life Entrants in the Panfish division included
the 12. There BUS stiffened as Mid- the'Big Bass category. preservers, and safety jackets, and two stringers for Charles Hall
Bradford High Coaches had mixed problem for BHS, "they did a pretty dleton was plugged up inside by Local fishermen and women have an ice chest. See the ad and entry of Waldo weighing 5 pounds, 14tz'
emotions about last week's Jamboree good job of pass blocking," front monster Darryl Thornton and Chuck until 5 p m., Saturday, September 19, form in the sports pages or..stop by ounces and 5 pounds ounces. ,
losses at Palatka.As coach Carlton Faulk noted. Williams for little gain and noseguard
Coach David Hurse said "you're Kenny Wright stacked up the Ham
always disappointed not to win" but Hurse was pleased with quarter- fullback for just a yard, forcing the Tornado Kick Off I
he quickly added "we did see some back John Thompson's first work field goal. TV's September 17 at HomeThe
good things we can build on though." against a defense other than Brad- Thompson and receivers Blaine
That pretty well summed it up the ford's "I was very pleased with the Dyal and Clayton Norman went to Tornadoes of the futurethe after down "
we got to 15 or 16 guys. much of the basic offense "We've
coaches were not satisfied, but they play of John Thompson," the BHS work with the short passing game late BUS Junior Varsity and Freshman The numbers game should be one basic got
our plays we want to and
were encouraged, citing big improve- Head Coach said. "He handled the in the Interlachen quarterhooking squads will be starting their own improved area for. the Baby Tornadoes we're run "
ment over the Spring Jamboree show- ball well and threw the short passes up for five straight completions for 40 seasons soon with the JV's having just Over 30 freshman are out and gonna stick with them,
ing, and a good practice Monday had well." yards, including two nifty jukes by one more week before their at the JV's Stephens noted. "They've the idea
opener number *
:2" or 24. of
the coaches feeling better >et. Elsewhere Hurse said he was pleased Dyal for extra yardage. But on a third Bradford Stadium. it, we just" have to keep working on
The into
"Monday was the best day of prac- with the pass-catching of both and eight from the Ram 38 In sophomores are already our timing.
tice we've had all year" Hurse said. Blaine Dyal and Clayton Norman but terlachen linebacker David Ivie step- The Bradford High JV's open
After the long Labor Day session he said "We've still got to build some ped up to intercept a Thompson pass against Gainesville Eastside here in
had told the boys the same thing, say- depth at running back. and almost took it all the way in. The Starke Thursday night September 17,
ing "it's been a little bit discouragingup "As I've said before we're going to BUS quarterback fought off a blockerto with a 7:00: p.m. kickoff time. The 9th Notice of Budget HearingThe
to now but you looked like a foot- throw the football. We're gonna strive haul down Ivie inside the to. grade club has one more week of
ball team out there today." for a balanced attack between runn- St. Augustine also used its first preparation, waiting until September
Defensive secondary coach Mike ing and throwing." possession to put the Tornadoes in a 29 to kick off the season against
of Starke has
Baldwin, also home turf. City tentatively adopted a
Hartley was the one who was well- Defensive Coach Mike Sexton's hole. Burly running backs Tony on

satisfied with his group. They limited bunch was run on last week, but they Delgado and Bernard Mathews took Head JV Coach Rick Stephens said budget for 198182. A public hearing to makea
Interlachen and St Augustine to one were improved over the Spring Jam- the ball right up the gut as the Yellow Monday "I'm looking for a more en
pass completion in five attempts for boree and he said "We saw a lot of Jackets steamed 59 yards in 9 plays, }joyable season than last year," and FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES
II yards and came up to get in on things we were impressed with. all on the eronnd. both he and Assistant Coach Lanier
plenty of running action, especially We've got to work on some little Neither team got into the other's Clyatt feel that way. Last year was a [ will be held on Tuesday September 15 1981
,
monster back Darryl Thornton. things and we'll be where we want to territory after that though Thompsondid long one for the two younger BUS ,
"We played real well against the be. go to Norman for two more com clubs, the 7:00 the
junior varsity 1-7 and at in Commission Chambers
going at
and I pletions for a total of 11 yards, giving p.m.
pass thought we came up "Friday night we didn't win either the 9th graders finishing up 1.4 with a
against the run good too," Hartley quarter but we felt like we won an in- him seven completions in 10 attempts wild 32-26 win over Baldwin in the City Hall.
said Monday. "A couple of times we ner battle. The kids realize the improvement for 51 yards on the night. That drive final game."I .
got caught out of position on sweeps they've made this Fall stalled when Thompson had to scram-
and there was a few times we were in and they've got a lot more confidencein ble and was caught behind the scrim- think that 10th( grade group is going
good position and just missed the themselves." mage line twice.Thornton to be competitive this year," Elise G. Pass
tackle but we're working on that this "We're going to have to eliminate Wright, lichbvrg, and Stephens said. "Last year at times we
week. Basically were in good posi- mistakes' Sexton continued in look Brown led Tornado t lacklers. weren't very competitive, especially Clerk
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tion. Darryl l got in on more plays than ing ahead to Friday's opener. "We .. .. ..
the others because we played two had Interlachen in a third and long .. ". ,
power teams and they were coming at situation, we had 'em stopped,and we
him." had that penalty give 'em a first
Hurse said the offensive line down. It enabled them to keep a drive
"played poorly," but added "I think going and they went on in and scoreda
they'll show improvement." ( field goal). We've got to eliminatethat
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September 12, at the Bel-Med Field in Cove Gators in a Pee Wee division
Orange Park game. At 12:15: p.m. the Cowboy Jr.
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minute "mini-games" in the Jam play the Green Cove Eagles. '
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won the league's end of the year tour Jenkins were the big hitters and
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Court Ruling May Sink St. Johns River Water Management District



'I by Mark FriedUn. resident- in this area for many years Jacksonville has suggested that it one way or another and this in turn revenues would be divided into two only the St. Johns River Basin
and according to friends who knew may be better to wait until the could hurt the agency financially. different geographical zones St. Judge Frank Upchurch said Ihat he
!Monitor Staff WriterA him well, Baker predicted that the legislators have returned to The 1981.82 budget for the water Johns River Basin and the Oklawaha made his ruling despite "grave
: state law that created taxing taxing powers of the district would be Tallahassee for interim committee management district calls for a property Basin. !Both are governed by separate misgivings" about the ellects andconsequences
for of the St. Johns
powers a portion challenged successfully in the courts. meetings. tax of seven cents per $tooo governing boards. of his fiction which he
River Water Management District "He knew what was coming concerning While the Water Management value on all property in the St Johns The district has calculated that it said could drastically el feet water
has been declared unconstitutional
1. by this matter long ago," one old District is appealing the court's deci- Basin area and could raise up to $2.2 would receive around $2.2 million conservation c'tfoits in the area.
the Court of in
Fifth District
Appeals decision friend who prefers to remain sion to the State Supreme Court some million in revenues for the agency. from property owners in the St. Johns The appeal process will delay any
Daytona Beach and the based anonymous said. "lie always said it officials at the agency fear that some All of the property owners in the River Basin and around $!XMOoo from iniplement.itum of the judge's! ruling
threatens throw the Palatka
to
was a bag of worms." large property owners may stop pay- 19-county district area would pay a taxpayers in Oklawaha Basin. but some backlash from taxpayers in
agency into disarray. Baker worked for years as a liaison ing taxes until the dispute is settled districl-wide tax levy but the The recent court decision alfeels!: the allected area is expected.
The ruling on the law that established -
between the Commissionand
Clay County
: the Greater St. Johns River Basin,
the St. Johns Water District
which includes a portion of Clay County -

declared, came unconstitutional down August 12 because and was the Management Clay County Commissioner Dale Local Residents Subpoenaed in Federal Counterfeiting ProbeSome

Wilson told the Monitor he"never had -
state general legislature state law passed when it the should law have as a any doubts" that the law passed to 20 Bradford residents have hvforou federal grand jury Sept. 22 in Beach Police I Department. and Ronalii (;nllls!I :24. nephew| 01 t liill -

been designated as a local law requiring create taxing powers for the water been or will be subpoenaed in an extensive Jacksonville. The grand jury proceedings The secret service has been work I), were dMI'gl.t1\uJ.(. :21 w II h posses i
r referendum before management district was "full of investigation the U.S. Secret will be secret SubpocMiacs ing closely with I liriullord County sinn ol MIOII; I hall :20! grams oi marijuana I
Under a those local requirements passage. holes' and said he wished Tracy Service is conducting involving a are issued to secure informal ion and She-nil's Olticc and the Slarke Police ; a ','llIn)', Bill} irillis'; I
in the affected area Baker could see today that what he counterfeit money operation. do not prove connection with criminal Department in the! invest igal ion. Holh resideiice at al H1): rile SI reel was
:- should property have owners been notified that a new had been saying for all those years Several subpoenues were served in activity; subpovnacs are not indict departments have picket'up) Ixi!-:us searched! based nil a "search warrant l I
before final was correct. August with an additional 12 federal ments. bills and turned them over to the secured Ironi the stale alli>rne.v's of-
tax was being imposed
"He new when it was establishedthat grand jury subpoenues being issuedin Fake $100) bills begun surfacing in Secret Service. Investigator I Denton Iit'in liaillc'\" 1111' based on informa; '
passage. it had'.no to collect taxes but the Bradford County area last Bradford r
Officials from the St. Johns River right County early July !states the operation is widespread Iltlnlhallinllis; had at his residence
Water District in no one listened then" Wilson said. week. Three Brudloni residents Timothy' and !seems to tie in with i l the drugs and cnimlerlcit t' S currcnc.v.according .
are I
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the Legislative
process 1982
andtheir, appeal would leave the tax Session Although won't for another five Bill Bravtley there will be more subpoenaes l 19, and Ronald James Tyler, 18, were Recent arrests have sought to link : I three weeks prior
ing powers of the district intact. months some open lawmakers have served soon with over 20 being -. arrested Aug. 11 in Jacksonville the counterfeit money operation. with Secret Sect lee agents\ confiscated a I
St. Johns Water served in all. Beach when attempting to pass a the drug Iralticking in Bradford I 7iriic\rolcl l!> ; l hl'llIlIglllg> I Hilly liril-;
Management raised the possibiltity in the
District Director E.D, "Sonny"Vegara already that session be The subpoenaes issued last week counterfeit $100 bill in a rcsUiurunt-. ('ount)', according to Denton. I lis in/ connection with theculmlet'tt'Itulg
special
a may
called the ruling a "potential press needed to restore the district's taxing ordered the individuals to appear lounge according to the Jacksonville Shirk residents Billy (.rillis. 41.! /: UIteUgalion.|

disaster"- and said he hopes the powers. I
measure will be appealed "with all The ruling by the Fifth District
possible speed." Court of Appeals seems to have '
"This is the last thing we need in caught most state officials by surprise save15% I
this time of severe drought when the Governor Graham has not com- \

resources of the district are already mented on the ruling, nor has he suggested GL
taxed to the limit," Vagara said. a special session to restore the 99wAS I r E
One citizen and longtime resident of district's taxing powers. .k16- ::1' 0 Cot.
Keystone Heights had drawn the con< Of the few officials who have com
elusion that the taxing powers of the mented on the controversy none have 4 ROLLS BATH TISSUE 1&e e

district were illegal long ago. specifically called for a special session Delicately scented with soft texture. P ..
Tracy Baker now deceased, wasa_ although Rep. Steve Pajic of 350 two-plysheel rolls. 11} .. re"'fJ'

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man. :Maurice Edwards Jr. Mute trial. ...- '
and his !son. Zachary K. Edwards tire Senior U.S. District Judge Charles rev "'I> -
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conspiracy to import more than 1,000 Is named as Wooci'H -thief TOOTHPASTE SHAMPOO NOXZEMA OR FIRST QUALITY
pounds of marijuana. The ID-county assistant, McKinney and Iauson as DEODORANT A TYLENOL HAIR SPRAY BATH ENSEMBLES P $2 A 84

indictment, also Includes charges those who unloaded marijuana from Aqua-Fresh _. Pert Shampoo 1 ox. Noxzema Beth Towels 5 7 3 288
against some of the defendants of an airplane,und Garcia and Lineroas Toothpaste, I 29 11 oz. 12 Hour Acne 9 WERE 3 wr. .2 S. WERE3J2.58 WERE Sao :'88 I
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charged with providing a landing McCoy. The indictment said Wood
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Lake Butler Apparel Company Employee of the Year Awarded $750 Bonus

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," leans with more than 180 employees "Employee of the M nth:/' attitude performance and attendance LBAC employee of the year.
,"'I .., has announced' second 'annual Employees of the month along with the things that make a given "Geneva is a great gal'she always
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,!;'l'lf: "Employee of thn(Year" award and those who had been named"Most Improved employee a leader, as well as a top makes her production quota, she is
with it a cash bonus of $750. of the Month"during the past producer for themselves and the company always here and she can always be
f The award was presented to year were eligible for the end of the ," he added. counted on to do what..needs to be
Geneva Watkins of Lake Butler year award. A supervisory team of 11 key personnel done" Glenda said.
whose job is to put the final touches on "Length of time quantity, was nota from all sections of the plant Mrs. Watkins was presented with a
pants or jeans '.as ,they are routed factor in the selection process meets once each month to submit can- large cypress clock inscribed to com
k'r through the production sequence in although we are proud of Geneva's didates and vote upon the employee of memorate the occasion along with
+ the sewing room at the plant. long association with our company the month. This team selected Mrs. her bonus check. She had the option of
Mrs. Watkins'a quiet determined field of 12 candidates. a weekend at Disneyworld but opted
and of the outstanding work effort she Watkins over a
t + worker, has been with LBAC for more has always contributed." said Glenda Smith. Geneva's super- instead for the bonus.
than 10 years, said plant general



Bradford BassmastersBy .. ., .. I



... Nell Crawford After all Bassmasters weighed In, have a Fish Off. This is the first night Also I would like to congratualte
Bradford Edwin Johns was the winner. Don in of club. Charles Evans who wound up the year
--- ----- Friday night August 14th classic the histry our
Employ. of the Year Bassmasters held their monthly tour-. Thompson placed second and Harry Tournament began Friday eveningat with the most points. Charles will be
nament on Rodman. Sheffield landed the largest Bass.In 7 p.m. and ended at 8 a.m. Satur- awarded a big trophy and some cash
Joe Stephenson. (left) general manager of Lake Butler Apparel Company Tournament began at 8 p.m., Fri- behalf of the club I would like to day monring. for his outstanding performance dur-
presents the"Employee of the Year"award along with a check in the amount of day evening, and ended at 8 a.m. congratulate these three Each of the Top Ten had partner, ing the 80-81( year. .
1750. to 1981 winner Geneva Watkins. Saturday morning.Joe Bassmasters for a job well) done. all but W.T. Smith and.he had it all to The largest Bass for the year was
The presentation was made during the annual LBAC Picnic, Family and Riggs and I were paired up for Friday night Sept. 4th the Brad- himself. landed by Jimmy Cole.
Awards Day Saturday Aug. 29. the night and spent the night in the ford Bassmasters held the Classic on At 8 a.m. all the Classic Fishermen I want to congratulate both of there
Blue-Run Area. We talked to Frank Rodman. The Top Ten Bassmasters returned to Kenwood for the weight- Bassmasters. $
Green Acres 4-H NewsOn Goolsby, Charles and Donnie Evans for the 1980-81 season were as follows: Edwin started the 1981-82 season off
during the night. Joe and I didn't find No. 1 -Charles Evans No. 2. Don in.Edwin Johns was the winner of the with a good start.Also Don Thompsonis
much action anywhere. nie Evans No. 3-Jim McReary, No. 4 1980-81 Season Classic. in second place. The 80-81 year is
Tuesday. September 1st, the will be Saturday, September 12th at Edwin make to be a
plans
Green Those night tournaments on Rod- Johns. No.5Donald Don Thompson landed the largest now history so ,
Acres 4-11
of the Club We held its first the Community State Bank. Hours man can get long and rouh. Joe hada Spencer No. 6-Harry Sheffield, No. 7 bass a 8 3/4 pounder. In behalf of the part of the history in the 81-82' yea .
meeting had
full will be from
year. a 9 a.m. to 3 The ,
house with pm. nice bass on that broke his 17 lb. test E. Muse, No. 8- Don Brown No. 9 NW. Club I would like to congratulateeach .Let's Fish!
standing room only.. It charge will be $2. Leaders and
4-H
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Smith No.
all 10-Eddy Bryan. of these
line. At 8 a.m., Bassmasters Bassmasters especiallyto
was good for all the old members to members will be there with smiles
meet again and to welcome the new and ready to give everyone more than returned to Kenwood for the weigh-in. The Classic is held so the Top 10 can Edwin who won the Tournament. Neil Crawford

members.We their monies worth. Help us to get our
will start our year off with our year started Come to our CARWASH
annual CAR WASH. The CAR WASH R


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Carolyn 964-5812 Eaves Wainwright and Patty Mullins and
phone Gwen Whittington, the Field Director
Bradford Girl Scout leaders have
from Jacksonville Council.
started their training and most of Gateway
They welcomed Heather O'Steen
them will be starting their troop a
new Starke resident. After
meetings within the next few weeks. supper
Pam Pratt shared of
events her recent -
The first Neighborhood Meetingwas
last Tuesday with most troops trip to Wyoming. Plans were
made for the followed
new year, by
represented. We welcome back a lot
of last years leaders and welcome games and fellowship.
several new leaders. Seniors are meeting Thursdays at thruSeptember
the First Methodist Church from 5:30 Ad good
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Troop 669 met at the home
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their leader, Mrs. Laurie Mullins last p.m.
Cadettes are meeting at the First 13
for
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per. There were 16 present including
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Hi, Kids Dunk Your Favorite Coach At The Community Carnival Oct. 3

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,|a Just round the corner the featured Miles of Smiles Shows grass band frog pike City. hospital employees. $2.50 each. A town to publicize this gala event and It's not too late to enter the various
Step right up and'get'youp face that Ronald McDonald will present at Once again.,.a,,delicious bar-t>-que black and white portable TV will be there's more to come. So keep your events so till out the blank below and
painted and join the clowns at the 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. chicken dmner.will; be served from 3 the grand prize and you don't have to eyes on The Telegraph for the com- mail in totla,
Bradford County Hospital'CommuniCarnival til l pm. Advancetickets, are now on be present to win. \ plete schedule of events and parade
ty and Health The BUS coaching stalf has
da>,. Oct. 3, at Fair the on Starke SaturBetty graciously accepted our invitation to ...e.'........................ ...... .e....................
Falfgrounds. shower sit in the Dunking throughout Booth for a quick the Fire Arm rl Safety Course Offered in?:Starke I .

Stephens will be there from day...,so.studenta.here's your '; ., ',
the cosmetology department at the chance to"get even" by dunking your The Bradford County Community 6:30: to 9:31)p.m., for two weeks and a I '" .
Va-Tech School anxiously waiting to" favorite coach.or phy. ed. teacher, Education Program and the Florida session on the firing range on the se :( 'U; A Ir
transform little boys and girls into the drink. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- cond Saturday morning.A maximumof _.:;t "
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clowns of every' description. Free sion are sponsoring the HUNTER 20 students will be enrolled. A $2 ;_ ;r 46 la"
balloons fun and games will be A fine line-up of gospel music enter FIRE ARMS SAFETY COURSE at registration fee is charged and you l' ,...- :
available too. the Bradford-Union Area Vocational- may register at the Bradlorci Union
? tainment is planned: for the day, -
featuring groups from Starke and sur- Technical Center. The course, which Area Vocational-Technical Center. ENTRY BLANKNA.MK "
The
Public Library will be rounding area. Among them will be in some hunt refuges in Early registration is encouraged to
represented by Dan Smith who will be showing free children's movies Flora (and in many other States) guarantee a spot in the class. AddItional
classes will follow (the completion
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and covers old. safety hunters young of this class. : .. _.._ .. .\iE

The first woman governor wu Nellie Rots, A class begins on Tuesday For David additional Smith information the pleasecall :M.MI.I.M: : ADDKKSSIIK _._ _. 00_ ..__. .
elected governor of Wyoming in 1924. September IS. The class will meet on at Brdlord-
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Quantities limited at these pre-season prices. received: instruction on gasoline and The largest county in the country is
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the City Half Thursday or Friday Jerry, Jody and Robbin, Wadsworth Mrs. David Earnest of Venice Also __ :..,;.. -0Bi'ooker. ,- 4- -=.-. '--

from 10 to 12 a.m. or Friday at 7 a.m. are members of this band. .'.' with them at the motel and all \
by Dolores Aleng Hampton Christian Church The Wadsworth family "were'4'luncheon -ceremonies was their daughter ,and By :Mrs. (..E.: "SIIf"'III\'IN Deon Kelly of'Sanford has returned
Phone 16W1913Rummage Special music was presented at the guests of Mr. and Mrs,.Jim; family, Mr and,Mrs. Donnie Knox, .i. phone IH.ViU4: home alter several days visiting 'his
Hampton Christian Church serviceson Davis of Archer) on Labor Pay Christopher and>Felicia of Fayetteville. ,; ,, father, Winston I Kelly/ i >,
Sale Sunday by the Wadsworth family. Church Visitors MI' Trlslmie Family Reunion Planned 'Mr Jlenry; Sowells is home ltd 1
The Hampton Women's Club will Jerry sang! while Jody and Robbin accompanied Mr and Mrs Gerald Adkins were On ?Monday pavid and Martha An old fashion outdoor fish fry is on much.Improved after several days\in\
hold a rummage sale on Saturday, with guitars. recognized: and honored at the Lake stopped by for lunch and a visit with the agenda for the George Telstone the hospital In Gainesville. \>
Sept. 12, at the City Hall. The sale will Jocephua Band Plays Buller Methodist Church on Sunday Wallace and Joyce before returningto family as they meet for their annual The''' Rev and Mrs: Lonnie PiCt'Mrand
begin about 9 a.m. Entertainment at the Arts and Mrs. Adkins had attended this churchas Venice reunion Sunday, September 20. This the Wilbur Andrews rumllyf t*
Those having good usable clothing, Crafts Bazaar held in Archer on a child and enjoyed renewing Hampton Lake year the clan will gather at the homeof home after several days at' CrescentPeach.
household or shop items, toys, fur Labor Day was provided by the memories again Sunday, The lake presented a spectacularsight Mr. and Mrs. Otis Telstone in .
niture or antinues may leave them at J'pnhl1" Anti f_Knot RirtAca. Ranrl_. Mrs. Gerald Adkins accompaniedher 'will Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lee were thtrl -\
'-' with boating and skiing over the Brooker Outdoor cooking begin
I = : daughter, Helen Richard of weekend Danny Riddick, and his early with serving time around 12' cheon guests of Mr. and Mrs, 'q;tt
-- -- Community News Ocala, to Fort Pierce on Monday sister, Cassie Cooper, looked noon t Kelly in Wildwood last Sunday ..::: \
They returned home Tuesdayeveningafter beautiful with their red, white and l\rolllld'ro\\11 Mrs. 'Dot Cunningham of Jacksonville ,
Union will have their anniversar)'. visiting Clarice's brother H.W. blue parachute going quite high In the After being away, from the old hs returned home after several
It) Kli/uhUhCi. WalkerrinmrMil Sunday services will begin with Sun- Preister, who is in ill health. sky accompanying their ski boat. homestead for many years at days visiting Mr and Mrs Sam tec
-"liMi: day School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship Back Home The lake was brightened by the accidental Bessemer Pa., ",D. Barns of Graham Mrs. Buddy Russ of Opak fjs \
at 11 a.m. The Choir will sing at Mrs. Mary Williams returned home burning of a speed boat about recently returned for a visit with his visiting her daughter Mrs Ned Hicks I
Dell Chapter IUH U.S.otict': : : the Starke Nursing Home Sunday at 3pm. last week and family and friends for. I'ew.djij!
following hospitalization at 8:30: Sunday night Thankfully all occupants two sons and their families. Recalling u s.
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will meet October Afternoon service at 6 p.m.New Shands and North Florida Regional escaped unharmed. memories of the past with old friends Under the direr lio of Principal Buddy -
15, at 7:30: p,m. This is the first : : Bethel Church Peterson ;5 students
Baptist : : Family Hospital. Attend Wedding and reU-itivies, the changes that had a group pf :
meeting. Vacation time is over and and Friends Day will be observed Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng attended occured in and around the town he Sarah Douglas, Brian KcndnOks,
every member is asked to please attend Sunday beginning with Sunday School Leslie Brown celebrated his 13th the wedding and reception of remembered over the )'ears. well it Kevin Starling, Joy, Vcllengai ..lnd l
this very important" meeting. at 10 arm, Morning Worship at 11 a.m.Hev. birthday September 5 with a party for Steven Earnest and Diane Fox Friday just makes a fellow happy to be back Joanna Andrews will be the schools
Concerned ( !tilt'll" of Bradford Simmons will deliver the friends and family members at the night in Jacksonville. home in familiar surrounding said annual stall .for the IUHMMU! YearBook
County, Inc; The Board of Directorsof message Rev. Oliver Pastor of home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barns. I ,

the Concerned Citizens will meet in Sweet Field Church, Jacksonville, Gerald Brown. Coupon Club Meeting will be held Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Starling and two '\0.. :
workshop Saturday Sept. 12 in the will deliver the message at 3 p.m. Immediately Dottie Roberts celebrated her birthday 16, at 10 a.m. at daughters of Graham have returned Hruoker Baptist Church
H.J.K. Cafeteria. All members are after. Communion will terminate on Sept. 4. Her daughter, Debbie, Shyrel Crawford's home on Hampton home after vacationing for several All Sunday School Tochers und ((Officers
f asked to please at lend. the service. All members are had her 17th birthday. Sept 5. Lake days in (the Blue Ridge mountains in of the church are invited lo'a'f-(:
Birth: Sgt. and Mrs. Anthony Wilsonof asked to attend Fred tend the Associational School
Peeples celebrated his 8th Bring coupons and refund forms North Carolina. Sunday
the birth of
Lawtey announce Tanika Dionnie born a Greater Allen (Chapel!>> A..M.K.: brithday Sept 4. His sister, Donna, you can't use, to exchange. Mrs Mercl Smith and children of Leadership Training Conference to beheld
daughter, Church: Annual Women s Day will be turned 10 on Sept 6. Phone 469-2889.! No children please Alachua were the Mondayluncheon at the First Baptist Churchlu
August 30. in U.S. Hospital Ft. Campbell observed October 18. All membersare On Sept. 5, Tanya Nichols was 13 guests of her parents the A.I. Manns Starke beginning, Monday, Sept. :i$:
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Ky.Maternal
Rev. asked to cooperate with this ac years old.Cassie Kenneth J. PFC: Jimmy Mann has returned to through 29. Time: 7 !9:10:: () p.m.l-
grandparents are Stephens
tivity. Carter celebrated her 11th !structors for the conference will bo
Ft. Stewart Ga., after spending the
nal and Mrs. II. Hudson is of Mrs.Lawtey.Catherine Pater- Sunday service will begin with Sun- birthday. on Sept. 7. Completes EO School weekend with nis parents Mr. and the Stale-Workers of the church and
grandparent
day School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship Hush Weekend Mrs A.I. Mann. study course credits will be given for
Wilson of White Springs, Fla. at 11 a.m. The Young Adult Choir Mr and Mrs. Wallace Collins Navy Equipment Operator Mr. and Mrs. Phil Crosby and sons attendance. .
Church Acidities Construct ion
: will! man Apprentice Kenneth ',
sing. 'returned home on Sunday. They had
of Jonesboro, Ga.: visited his father
I'lotisaiit Gritxr l'lIill'dll'thodi"t: J.
Stewardess Boards Two and Three gone to Jacksonville Stephens son of Mr. and Mrs. Retlial'l'inlcFarIlrookcr ''
on Thursday. '
Church: Elder Clarence Williams will will observe their That Freddie M. Stephens, Sr of Slurke. Jimmy Crosby and grandmother .
anniversarySun- evening they hosted a Rehearsal
speak at Pleasant Grove United day, Sept 20, at 3 The is was graduated from Equipment:: Lydia Crosby last Saturday.Mr. Baptist "
p.m. public invited Dinner at Sonny's Bar-B-Que and Mrs. Warren Mizell and The Rev. Sieve Gaudy'of (he First
:Methodist Friday, Sept 11. at 8 p.m. to attend. Operators School.
Restaurant on Beach Blvd. Church of :
Baptist'
daughter Karen Whitehead and NorlmaNojrlh
The public is incited.Aiiliorh Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Friday evening they attended the The '12-week course was conductedat Stewart enjoyed a trip to Opera Landin son Carolina will be the guest speaker'illthe !
;'Missionary Baptist Church:
Cluircli: The Sunday School Depart- wedding and reception for their son. the Naval Construction Training Nashville Tenn. over the Labor revival to be held at the Brooker:
Each Thursday 7 p.m Prayer ment will go to Wild Waters Saturday. Steven and Diane Fox at the All Center: Gulfport, Miss. weekend Baptist Church beginning Octolur'T
7 Choir will Day;
Meeting. Friday at m.
p They will leave the church at 8:30: Saints Episcopal Church on Hendrix Stephens joined the in through October 9. Sunday, OctohVr'
sing ut Pierce Station. Saturday the a, Navy August The prayers; and hopes of the com
m.Lawtey Avenue 1\110.! His wife Virginia is the munity are extended to Mrs Nora II will homecoming at the cluirvh'
They spent the weekend with their daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hans who is listed in critical condi- All visitors arc welconie'to.all sere;
I -------- NewsY- son and daughter-in-law Mr. and C Martin of St. Augustine. tion in Alachua General Hospital at vices. .
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(the time of this writing ;.'

b> Elizabeth Terry Miss Tina Kelly daughter of Mr. L.IIi ,./.. ;
plume ins-Sam: : : and Mrs Morris Kelly was married to '"
Joey Dobbs on Friday night,
('III'IU'II ACTIVHIKSKiiilli September 4, at the home of her '

Baptist: Bible School 9:45: parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kelly. ',,,
a.m. Worship Services t II I a.m. and Pastor James Cowart performed the
7:30p: ,m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday ceremony -
7:10:: pm DeWitt Revels spent Saturday the ,
First Baptist: Revival was well attended 5th with his Grandmother, Mrs Mar- ,, ; ; : ." "
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messages real good. Monday jorie Reddish of Starke. .. ,'', ';"j '.\,UI i'' !. ( (u ,.,1'j., '\ '" ,. ; 1'n \ ':.
through Friday night there were Mrs. Jonell Underwood of Green ;-_ ,:'". ."
I three saved and many re-dedications. Cove Springs spent Sunday with her 1. '')' ,
Kev Ray Stuart left for home( on parents, Mr and Mrs. Earl Prevail. I', 'M".. J .\
Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs. Henry A. Carter, of FOIt.hDS! 't ,, ,b.,. I ," "
Grace I'nited ;.Methodist: Sunday Columbia. S.C spent Thursday until __. .
School 9:45: a,m. Worship Services 11 Monday with their mother, Mrs. .
a m. and 6:30:: p m. Flossie Rosier. "
PKKSOVM.S: : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse were hosts

Mrs. Lissie Starling of Jacksonvilleand for a birthday party for their grandson ,
her daughter Mrs Elsie Norman Carl McKinley III, on Sunday, 1 :
and her Grandsons, Jim Kenneth and Sept. 6th. He was one year old Those ,jq

Kevin Norman were Sunday dinner present were: Billy Crouse !Mr. and ntr, ''t1t1 tt"( I4+t1 jf' !Y.'atlryfl.
guests of Mr. and Mrs Frank Brown, -Mrs. ike---Srkea and daughter' + ...'II,' r.
at Itailord. ..*... Crissie) 1\\rl'a"ct" Ke t"t! :: : a h 1 nui l'iit.n| *hrr6daucj" <*" fnfU rf'u\ )
'l' orlt T>
Mrs. O.J. PMllips spent fonftUeeks- NVWsdrff2''Ml"7nd%' ,. 't'1t, v a n,. r gill .
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with her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth !McKinley.-Jr.: .'Mrs" Marie Wilkersah, 1 .
Hedd of Macon, Ga, her son Danny !Miss Karen Hart, Mrs, Cara Martin, 6 -:: :;!
Phillips spent from Friday until Monday Judy and John Strickland. They serv- ,- ,f" ,, ,. ,.::, '.
with them. Mrs. Phillips came ed cake and strawberries for 'j, ..

home with Danny on Monday. refreshments.Mr. -'/"' ., ,, "' r :::: ,:
Mrs. Lissie Starling went to Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Starling and

Lillie Horee's of Middlvburg\ after family, of Jacksonville, were Sunday IN THE LAST FEW DAYS OF THE MODEL> YEAR, ""*\: n"
spending three weeks with her dinner guests of their parents. !Mr. '
dlUghler.lrs: Elsie Norman. and Mrs. Fleam Starling. ONLY FORD OFFERS THIS GREAT WAY TO SAVE ON BOTH CARS AND TRUCKS. =

Rev, and Mrs Ralph Coleman at Pam and Cmd)' Taylor,Tommy and '
A MILLION DOLLARS A DAY IN
tended a weeks Camp Meeting at Lamar Crews and Allen Wood, Jim CASH REBATES AND INCENTIVES i;

Kfnsaville, N.C and they returned Kenneth and Kevin Norman all had *-.< .
home on Thursday August 26. lunch with their Grandmother Mrs. f* :.
Mrs. (',E Strickland, of Gainesvillewas Elsie Norman on Sunday, September I' -.
a Thursday overnight guest of 6. .
her sister :Miss Elizabeth; Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hewitt, of Boca RED.. IIKO America's ...,.., !i
:Mr Kay Rosier is suffering with his Raton, are spending a few das with most popular i tON
feet and will have to have surgery on Mr and Mrs. Earl Troxell on their sports car, ..
them the week of September I". Let's way home from Connecticut.Mrs. MUSTANG It
continue to pray for both he and Truby Wainwright' returned
Sher>l as they are suffering home Thursday from North Florida ,
We are sorry to hear the Mr. and Regional Hospital Gainesville. We $gu% REBATE America's "

Mrs Bill Garrison's brother Mr. are happy that she is feeling much newest2sealer ?i r :
Kalph Wright, Harriman/ Tenn., is better. '
a heart patient in Harriman General We are sorry to I learn that Mrs. ON 82 EXP
Hospital.: Our prayers are with them. Janie lliggmbotham Mrs. James a i1cOne :
:Mr Edward Lee Massey came Waters' mother is back in Bradford
through surgery <>ka>. He is able to County Hospital. Our prayers are $ REB1A'I'E of twr' : '
walk around some. Lets continue topray with her. p Ford'sON .

for him Mrs. Craig Carroll of Boca Raton value '.w ,
:.Mrs Ralph Wise will have surger was here Wednesday to Sunday for FAIRMONT leaders, '.'
in Orange Park Community Hospit.il her sisler's surgery I Mrs. Fat
on September 14 Our prayers are lines', ) I
with her Mrs. Allen Brown and daughter,
:
W.K. (Creus of :North Dakota, Cathy, of Jacksonville, met her $ ON AMERICA'S. t'f!
visited :Mrs, Pierce Crews on Satur mother, !Mrs. Wilma Wainwright at ;c/$7oo REUR LIGHT BEST-SELLING 'J'. i
day morning. church on Sunday and were her TRUCKS ," "I !?
guests for dinner. AND VANS.* .. : ::

:Mrs Pearl Campbell had her back Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison and ,) :..I
surgery on Wednesday in Orange daughter, Dana of Jacksonville were You can also get a$500 Rebate on III new '81 Ford Vans Club in a check direct tram Ford. i f
Park Hospital/ and Sunday' birthday dinner guests til WagonalWo-whMtdrive pickups and Couriers,and$700 rebate on You
Community lake
must
was all Broncos and tour-wheel drive pickups, delivery between September 3 and 23, 1981 Your ; ::
released Irom the llopsilal on Friday. Mrs. Donald Wilkison. participating Ford Dealer contributes part ol the rebate Offer limited ,; .,,1 !,
She is I'ulh'rt'uk at limes. Lei's continue Mrs. Adelaide Kenealy; and her M>n- Ford Is closing out the 1981 model year with a remarkable offer that to five vehicles per customer Rebates tower in Texas and Ohio,* "i > '
in-law and makes buying a new Ford alit easwr, Get a$500 cash rebate on i !
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daughter Mr. and Mrs. A million ;
to pray lor her) dollars a day in cash rebates and incentives) That's a '
ot Ford's
some
moat popular cars $500 back very
on new 81 'c'
:Miss :Mary.. Anderson returned to James Gallagher and family, ol and new'82 EXPs, Gel$600 Io$700 back on new '81 light Mustangs trucks and good reason to see your Ford Dealer first So hurry Ford's Incredible ,_ '.J : i:
/her Foster home with :Mr. and Mrs Miami were guests of their son-in-law 21-Day: Countdown ends on September 23.1981 "
vans You can apply the money'toward your down payment, or take it ';. i ;
Henry Smith September 1st alter! and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Randy I '. ,;,, p IJI I
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spending some lime in Starko while Kobcrts and family. They wanted to -, ie,
:Mrs. Smith was out ol' town.Mr see the New Baby Boy. ';,
: and :Mrs. Jimmy' Ceballos/ and Mr. and Airs Edward Roberts ol '
lamely spent S lhu'duith their Mianu' spent the long weekend( al HURRY!!:FORD'S INCREDIBLE 21-DAY COUNTDOWN ENDS'f : ;
m
1 lrl'nls.Ir: and :\Irs.1.1: >. ( rapse their home here. _'Jt>. A' :V* -.; : IIII
Sr. Their' daughter, Michelle/ spent lucky Kondez.. ol Lake Butler" r SEPTEMBER 23.
Saturday night with her grandparents. cousin 'of, Mr. and Mrs. Handy "' -4*?,.* .. _, ., I'" ::
Roberts spent (the Labor 1 pay Stop by and sec Byron Terwillegar Clyde .
Terwillegar or Warney Adkinson for
:Mr, and :Mrs. Otis Brewer and !holidays in Montgomery; Ala a super('low price. I i i
daughter Kim Mr. and :Mrs. Ronald Dusty Huberts spent the weekend
Wood and family; and :Sirs.'red with his Uncle and Aunt Mr. und :Sirs 'ae ,
+.eonA a Poi
:Moore, tended a cookout chicken Kulie; Holwrts of Miami and other Co W'AMnnuaJWy' Nai !, :

and beet ribs baked beans, corn/ relatives. ..., ..:.
squash bi.scuts and 'slaw on Friday :Mrs. WendicSimlh, I of Jacksonville ..,....
night at the home ot :Mr. and :Mrs. spent the weekend with her parents !"':
:Mickey :Moore and family.Mrs. ('or. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. She carried 1-; ,,..

: Earl Test on and Nancy' spent Elizabeth home with her as .:.: .:.:
the weekend with her Grandson school starts next week. Eliahethspent w.-..
Derek Games, while his pII'l'ntscre two months with her grandparents j s-.. ::..:
out of town. Col and :Mrs. Wilson. ........
Douglas Eunice son of :Mr. and Mr, and :Mrs. D.O. Brown hostedI ::isJ1:
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:.trl!. : '\' Eunice Ult Saturday for I descendents of the late Art huf und '.. ..
Tennessee' Temple College, Chattanooge. leah Brown at a family reunion ':i ijgt /:

Tenn.. where his father Labor Day Weekend. In attendancewere .=.t..=.
I finished school. We are very proud of the following people: Mr. and 5::
having Douglas going to the same :.Mrs. Herman McHugh and family, of ....... ,
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College. Jacksonville Mrs. Margie Whitlicld
Mr and !Mrs. Lee Casey and and family of Tampa. :Sir and :Mrs. =; ,
laughter. Tara Lee. ol'Kingslcy Lake Clarence Keene and family. of Lake i I I ?=:ii I
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were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Kissimmee. and Mr. and ,Mr>>. TA. :=:..= I
Michael Moore and family on Saturday Edison and family of Miami. Honored : I
night. guests was !Mrs. Beulah Prescott for ; .
{Irs, W>'olene Day of Jacksonville being the eldest of the Brown famll)'. =1i
spent the long weekend with her Everyone brought a covered dish-and : --
sister Mrs. D.K. Brown and children.Mr. enjoyed a buffet sly t le dinner. The reunion :" '
and Mrs. Wendell Kelly, of was a great success and I
Luke Worth are upending the Labor everyone enjoyed meeting relative ,:', .
Day Holidays with their parents, Mr. that were new to the Brown family -.: ,

and, ,j.Mrs.. Hermie Kelly, Approximately 70 were present




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sey --- More than 450 people, representing Joe Stephenson, general managerof Tyler; Supervisor Jeannette Tyre Snipes, Kathy Knights, Art Brown
4 employees of Lake Butler Apparel LBAC, presented 31 awards for ser recognized: Pat Tennant; Supervisor Jeannette 'f're. Randall Grillis. John
Company, along with their families,, vice and merit during welcoming Glenda Smith presented the award to Wilson and Daw'son Woods.
f gathered Saturday Aug. 29, at the ceremonies at the'; picnic Four Rebecca Jonesi Supervisor Kathy Tim final award was I presented lor"Employee
farm of Union County Sheriff John employees were presented the' Knights awarded Betty Hunter; : of the Veur" to Oin'vu
Whitehead for the annual LBAC picnic "Hands of Time" awrd for more than Supervisor Myrtice Lee recognizedJean Watkins.
I family and awards day. five years of continous .service, Norman; Supervisor Betty Av- In addition to lard!, entertainment
Despite early morning rain and Syretha Barrington Norma Cone VivIan inger presented the award to Sarah and awards, there were children's
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t. overcast skies, the crowd enjoyed a Spangler and .Sandra Edgy Thomas; Supervisor Art, Brown games with lots (III' pri/i-s and a ladies
massive cook-out, consuming over 300 received the award. awarded'' Barbara Swilley und the volleyball game, MOM l by a team captained -
steaks and several hundred ham Seven LBAC employees recorded final, performance; award was l>y Sue Whitehead.
ti burgers, supplied by the companyand perfect attendance marks during the presented Ruth Sapp.
home-made vegetables 'and past year and were rewarded with
1 1t desserts "covered dish" style from beautiful clocks, suitable for countertop Servicemen
the many good cooks who work at the or hanging from a wall. Each .
LBAC plant. .. clock: had a plaque with an inscriptionto The II person*'who comprise I the
had mark the occasion. Those with supervisory team at LBAC were ('harlrne'anipbellCharlene |>>
By mid afternoon the clouds
rh5F attendance Sue presented the "Keystone Award" by Campbell the daughter of
were:
perfect
given way to sunshine and the crowd
t Mr. and Mrs. Albert Campbell of
Whitehead, Essie. Perdue. Myrtice Stephenson.
enjoyed the music of the Waycross
Express, a modern country music Lee, Ella Ree Rudd, Art Brown Barbara "They do a great job keeping Pleasant Grove, has enlisted in the
I things going, and they recognize the United Stales Army for :3 years
Swilley arid Vicky Spangler.
group recently signed to a recording
r Each 'of' (he eight supervisors effort of a lot (people and help us Ms. Campbell will be going in as an
I contract by RCA records. As an extra
";-2. She will
receive her basic
(rain
in their section select the employee of the month und
Micro billed the "World's presented an employee
treat as '
ing at Fort Jackson S.( and AIT
Award"for the of the but they at
the Performance employee
mm........__.___.1_.. _,........___ .......?_..._v .c_ rs W I Smallest and Magician, provided show.com 'high"LBAC quality production and per don't usually, gel recognition year( 1'01"Ihemselve1 Fort Gordon, Ja Ms. Campbell will
exciting magic
edy an
be in the 1 field
job of COl11l11un ion.
Cal
formance above and beyond the call /, Stephenson explained.
LBAC Picnic Micro was featured in the movie,
Ms.
Campbell is a 1'iftl graduate of
of duty"Supervisor Keystone awards were given to Betty
"Under the Rainbow, and is a '
I Children's sack races and other games were part of the fun and excitement of regular performer at Sea World, near. Leroy Snipes presentedthe Avinger cMyrtice Lee, Sue member Bradford of High the ,J School K.O.T.C.and! was a
the annual Lake Butler. Whitehead Glenda Program.!
Apparel Company Picnic, Family and Awards Day. Orlando. performance award to Danny Smith Leroy




:1 ObituariesMrs. Claborne Hopkins! She was a member:,. of the St. Johns Baird-Freeman Funeral Home Starling! lor all their 'help in making

: Cia borne Martin Hopkins, 63, "of United Church of Christ, Fransisco, Portland, Indiana. Interment was in their cook-out a success. Aln'I'vmer
Starke, died early Wednesday, Sept Michigan. She' and Rev King had the family plot in the International Funeral Home and( \\'. I' X K .
2, in the Veteran Administration been married over 57 years. Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery in AM/FM: : Ua Lois P. ThigpenMrs. Survivors include: two sons, Hospital in Gainesville following a Survivors include: her husband, Pennville, Indiana. DeWitt .C: Jones Last t but not least. Zit a. I Hieir lmv..
Lois P. Thigpen, 80, of Starke, Nathaniel Dyal of Hampton Lake and brief illness. Rev. Virgil E King; a daughter, Lois Funeral Home was charge of the Sincerely/ .

died at her home Monday morning. Berry DyalJr of Graham; two Born and raised in Atlanta Ga., M. Olson of Lake Geneva; a son local arrangements .. . . .I 1 1':1.11I11'::. .011111. .INuilaTheliimilvol S,
daughters, Mrs. Dell Judd of Orlando Weldon
Mondaywas her birthday. Mr. Hopkins moved to Jacksonville.Fl. King of Sebring; a sister,
Born in Lawtey, Sept. 7, 1901, Mrs, and Mrs. Lumanda Davis of Waldo; in 1948 where he was employedwith Irene Haniser Portland, Indiana; 8 CARD OF THANKS the late l Ki.herl. t I I.. IJI.ukuouldlikefofhaiikthfiriii.iM.x

Thigpen was the daughter the late 10 grandchildren. and }? great. the Jacksonville Police Depart grandchildren and 4 great Jerrys Kids and Handy Way 2.r: : the kind/ expression oI l ,x\niMtli\. Iriendslor /'
grandchildren. |
I Lafayette and Mary Etta Prevatt, ment for 21 years He retired as-a grandchildren. would like to thank their good friends duringour bereavement.Our .
I and her husband was the late Wallace Funeral services were held at 11 lieutenant Mr. Hopkins was 'also Funeral services were held at 1:30: Reb Blaisdell, Wayne and Yvonne .
I L Thigpen, Sr. Mrs. Thigpen was a a.m. Wednesday in Sept. 9 at the employed by the Veteran Administration p.m., Monday; Sept, 7, in the chapel of Norman Frank Goolsby,. and Fred application,,.\.1! iessed.ss I <<1. c.innnl he adequately
graveside Mt. Sinai
member of the Airpark Baptist Graham. Cemetery near Hospital as a policeman and wasa -- .t...*.*fj '1'111.111..u.k i.'.,uwlt,.
Church. Rev. James Starling and member of the Police Benevolent -- ._ ,. -r.lor./1/v.
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i Survivors include: two daughters, Rev. W.C. VanZant. officiated. Burial Association. He was a member of the ; .. { VoX". .
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Grace Griffis and Faye Gill, both of followed in the family plot, with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day .- "
I Starke; three sons, W.L Thigpen.Jr., arrangments handled by the DeWittC Saints of Starke, Fl. .' 4rl '
William E. Thigpen and Edgar Jones Funeral 1 Home. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. 1.. Vt ,
Thigpen all of Starke;. one brother Alice Barbee Hopkins, Starke; one 1 -
I Ray Thomas of LaCrosse; four Mrs. Linnie CarrollMrs. daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Anne Howell, t
I sisters, Mrs. Donnie Mae Driggers of Linnie Carroll, 74, of Okahum- Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Helen !
Ocala, Mrs. Loca Muse of Jackson pka, Fla died Friday, Sept 4 in Miami Shores, Atlanta and Mrs. Eleanor PHOTO
ville, Mrs. Lottie Jordan of LaCrosse, Florida. McKee, Houston, Texas; two
and Mrs. Dorothy Hall of Hawthorne; Mrs. Carroll was a native of Starke brothers, Charles Hopkins, and Reed
10 grandchildren and 21 great-. and moved to Miami 10 years ago. She Hopkins, both of Atlanta; and three f
grandchildren. was a member of the First Baptist grandchildren. r
Funeral services were held at 2p.m. Church in Okahumpka, Fla. Funeral services were conducted at t r7
., Wednesday, Sept 9 In the Chapelof Survivors include: four sons Rev. 11:00: a.m. Friday, Sept. 4, at the !
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Hollis E. Carroll of Cherry'' Lake, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day .I'r', FRtf
Rev Lacy Conway and Rev. LeRoy Charles W of Okahumpka, Ronald L Saints with Bishop Winston Barber,
Olive officiated. Interment was in the of Ruskin and John S. of Gibson,Fla.; and Elder Jack Sheppard officiated.
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family plot in Santa Fe Cemetery, five daughters, Mrs. Eloise Waters, Burial was in West View Cemetery in "
Hampton Lake. Gertrude Jones.and Dottie Sue Walshall Atlanta, Ga. with Archie Tanner "Y
of Miami, Barbara Jean Howell of Funeral Home in Starke, Florida, in <' \ )
Mrs. Etta Goodge Dyal Augusta Ga., and Carolyn Eason of) charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Etta Goodge Dyal, 89| of Leesburg; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby ,
Graham, died at the Bradford County. Waters of Palatka, and Mrs.'Bert is Mrs Helen P,. King I.. r .r?;
Hospital, Sunday evening. Douglas of Miami; 24 grandchildrenand Mrs. Helen P. King 75, who lived in '
Born in the New River section, July 4 greatgrandchildren.Funeral High Ridge Estates, Lake Geneva. (
1, 1892! Mrs Dyal was a lifelong resident services were held at died in the Alachua General Hospital : :.
of Bradford County She VfSfa**...-gravwsido-in. DyalCemetery-at: 2 p.m- tJainesvtlte' Thursday! evening.1'' ;''*'' ".:.: I 7.
member*of the Graham Baptist Monday Sept. 7, with Page-Theus fI.orn..NPy.-CO\.l.1U'\ \,Jtodiana.i JMoci: :
Church.!IJjS'er husband was the late tee ] f e..rtlll'lldJI! tr,S'11:: ;i d moved her: K )I".i" d
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lakes, rivers, ground water and air quality are being threatened by Georgia-Pacific' \

Starke.proposed peof-mining effort In the Santa Fe Swamp barely eight miles South of downtown ? "Y:,I.'S

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1. With moderate wind*, clouds of peat dust can travel up to fifty ((50)) miles reducing I ... (oJ

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-.' 2. The quality and quantity of water- in Santa F. Lake, Alto Lake, the Santa Fe River and :. -/V c" ')

''the Suwannee River will be loworod.along with possible contamination of drinking'wator '

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$ 3. Creation of flood problem; -; when th.'swamp'Is dammed


::fj 4. Peat bog fires:that mbyburn' outo, | control.. ,
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6. Detrimental affects on recreational usa of the lake such as swimming, boating and .;,'. l'
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Your help Is needed to STOP Goorgla-Paclflc's plan to strip-mine the Santa Swamp. You

must respond IMMEDIATELY since Georgia-Pacific, plans to start within the very near future. A4 .

DO NOT be falsely reassured that regulatory agencies will prevail. Take the.time to writ., ,

any or all of the following stating your objection ; )

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Representative Frank William Dr. Elton J. GUiendanner

P.O. Drawer D Department of Natural Resources

Starkes. Florida. 32091 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard }

Tallahassee, Florida 32303. -a. (US'
Senator George Kirkpatrick D A.

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Tallahassee. Florida 32301 .' The Capitol .' e ; : ,
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PERSONAL- :,, r HOMES FOR ./ HOMES lit' .. FOR f i1 S. .FOR t:. SALE I :1" : ; Eyeglass ,

SERVICES \: SALE FORSALEBUSSFUi '';i HOTPOINT 40 Inch electric ,
k3idboltomed "
LAKE LOT )i> Call : p .n..l .
stove $75.00. t !. ,
CARPENTER WORK IBR 2BA HOMI {In Silver' P.VACY, > 0" lake In \. jHf $800 473-3437 9/10 ,,i 'c. ) ,w"f.' J ;Ms,: >

Remodeling work kitchen Ridge overlooking Silver'" Corllort.lake. 3 BR..J .BA, down $14644per TT-.t'O'' month.8 HAVE BEAUTIFUL Reo ....,. ,r '. .. ..'I rb:-p
cabinets and trim Lake Two miles to mobil. home, 21 x 12 Phone 4 or Cypress for docks In stock .. !.a
schools A laundry bldg, 473-4367 after' 6 p.m. -
: Reasonable Keystone on county storage Cypress and custom sawIng '
carpenter 30., .-
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own.d roads. $41OOO 1-cor 132 ft. on
prices. Call Ed Dempsey ot garage 475-1720 or 475.1270. I
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473-2477 alter 6pm. I II I 3/4" mortgage. .. $28.800. Keystone LAKE LOTS ANQ ACREAGE 9'102tchg9-17 3la
3760078 6/18 Realtor Keystone Heights; owner ., '
tfnchg Heights Realty Entire
71CARPENTRY FtiinilyPrescriptions
tfnchg AND 2BR SMITH LAKE AREA 4734961. financed 10 percent interest Fashion Frames for the Kr, ,

MASONARY WORK build '/..acre wooded lot A/C KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Lets on clear sand FOR RENT .I .y
bottomed lake, priced to I
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additions, remodeling heat. Furnished or unfurnished REALTORS
patios sell from $9900 On. to lake located At: ,
$30,000 ossumoble 473-441 MOBILE HOME In -
homes and tile work. Filled
Free mortgage available at 9 Itchg 9/10 five acres overlooking lak. Geneva Park. $140 and up. US 301S A Edwards Rood "

Also estimates.painting.. Phone 473.4473 3/4" Call owns CUTE 2BRloke Ac.... Smith (access available) with Phone 473.2879. tfnchg/ 7/2 .. Lens Duplicated Across from Community Bonk f fe E
Beutiful wooded nice Vastom $3,500, 3BR 2BA HOME CH/A. $350
during day. tfnchg 8/6 473 2735. tlnchg B/6 Lolt* lorge -- 964-8586 ;t5t
FREE YOURSELF OF UNWANTED LIKE COUNTRY CASUALJSituot.d lot. AC and heat,, appliances $500 down $50 a month. per month. Lake access. Sunglasses OPEN Monday thru Friday .'' i

HAIRwith electrolysis ( among maestictrees | carpets, drapes.ossumable Commercial frontage- 376.0078.tMchg 6/18 Senior Citizen Discount t :9 5 30 tin.
Call for j free con 2 BR 1 BA masonry mortgage 9'percent investment opportunity am : pm "I'J
sultation. 4737033. Amy s home, brick fireplace in Call owner SR.11. N. Owner-salesman FURNISHED 2BR 1BA on lake Saturday 9 am I pm t.''I'f.;,
Electrolysis, 49O Lawrence large living room fencedin 173.27351tchg 9/3 9/10 473 4375. tlnchg 8/& Geneva. S28S per month. I
AKC DOIERMANS--TOP Rodney L. Sumner Owner Licensed Optician yJ-
Blvd. Keystone. tlnchg 7/2 yard on Opal Lake with Keystone Heights Realty ,
HYPNOSISopening practice sand beach. JUST REDUCED MISCELLANEOUSIINGO..AME.'CAN quality only You are invited Realtor. 473.4961. tfnchg .rtlt j
to visit our kennels .v.
of Mark David Wise, B.A.. to $59.500 with 8/27
Now offering services for assumable mortgageKeystone 4751228. 3BR, 2BAAImost new unfurnished ... . .
prescription hypnosis for Heights Realty LEGION HAIL SR-21. WACHEMEISTER DOBERM..Ntlnchg house on south sid.
tradditional, and individual Realtor 473-4961 7/2 of Lake Geneva carpet Sfarke Ads conl'd.-
Saturday, 7 p.m Public invited '
/ ACRE LOTS for sale from
applications (smoking GOOD NEIGHBORHOODand tlnchg 8/6 range, refrigerator CH A. Ley
weight control doctor sensibly priced is this 3 OVEREATERSANONYMOUSAre $2995 Restricted with $35O. month.first, .lost and
referral stress reduction BR, 2 BA homw with Silver lake access. 377.2808. security. Call 475.2064 Itpd "

etc.) Please call Gamsville, lake access. 2.car garage, addicted to food Is your you tfnchg 6/18 9/10 PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL .;;

376.3513/or appointment fireplace 10 x 10 wood weight affecting the way B/13-27 2BR DUPLEXNew duplex SERVICESCOOL SERVICES :Ur;
86SEWINGS.wlng. deck kitchen equipped BlkeMurray Senior Citrons ,downtown Keystone SERVICESSIGN SERVICES
tfnchg you live your life Call 3 wheel bike. with baskets ".
dressmaking ossumoble loon $49.900. Heights, close to shopping "i
dues, feet,
and alterations. Call Keystone Heights Realty O.E.A. No no on rear, Brakes and 3 walk to school. Kitchen, SEAL FOR TRAILER CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed PAINTING Commer OPEN YOUR .OWN RETAIL?
no weigh-int. Open speed Ustd /twice. Almost TOPSi materials A labor Fr..estimates. Oiler thlatest
475.2906 2tchg 9/3 to 9/10 Realtor 473 4961. equipped large walk-in HandyMan vial and private. We will apparel shop o
meeting Tuesday nights ot half price $175 Also Mur furnished. $75.00. Fence Co. 964. .8559. denims ond'.port.weor .'
REDUCE FAST t SAFE with GREAT FISHING on GoodsonPrairie Ann.iEpiscopal closets. central air and design. Call 964 8669 in |jeans
GoBese Tablets or Lake. mobile, home 7:30 p.m. at St. ray 7 h.p. riding mower heat. All electric, quiet 431.1827.4/16 tfn TFpd..12 81. before 3 p.m. 4963291 S11 .950 OO ((rtj r
A E-Vop 'water capsules lot In private locked got. Church lair condition $75.00. neighborhood $285 BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call anytime. 7 2 tfn eludes inventory, II tu.....:
pIlls". Andrews Drugs development. Well, septic. Keystone formation Heights For in Phone 473.3353 I tlr 9110 month with lyr I lease. sharpening service, circular the Office/ Shop. 110 W. STURDY DECKS BUILT lo your etc Complete Store! Open,
financing or emerg.ncyh.lp. Available hand carbide, Call St., Storks, for details, little, 2 week.
Keystone Heights, 9/3 power pole Owner call 473.2790 or EARLY AMERICANSofa 10 1 I. Phone ,,specifications with all in as as
3tchg 9i 17 $14.500. Keystone 964. .8587. tfnchg 8/27 .seat chair with ottoman 4732209 4tchg 9: IOta chain, mower blade hollow 964-S764. tIn. preasur.-rreoted wood anywhere in U.S.A, (Also/
Realtor. 10/1 ground and bolonc.d. GLASS CUT TO ORDER: and ,
JAN'S HOUE OF GLAMORE: Heights Realty LARGE SWEET MUSCADINEAND earth colors excellent $5 SO tq. ft 35 years Infants childreils.shop
Hair styling don. by Vickie 4734961. SCUPPERNONG condition 473,2009 1 3 BR, 2 BA MOBILE HOME: Leave ot Jackson Building Doors windows, etc carpentry experience Coll ). Coll TONY Colled
Kirchome. Call 475-1508,, 9 SPACIOUS REFINED HOME, 9/10 Itchg Furnished with A/C Hwy. Supply in Stark., Keystone JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Red 782.333O. Lawtey tfn. I 1904 7S1.4520,, llpd M). ,
am til 5.30, Monday thru unique split level 3 BR 2 picking GRAPES-you In a neat pick.vineyard Easy STOREWIDE 18, 4 mi. out Keystone./ Heights or Lake Butler.ALCO'HOLiCS 964. .6078. Orders also HAY DELIVERED: Call "
Friday. 9/10 2tchg 9/17 BA large living room with daylight til dark CLEARANCEWashers $50 deposit $200 per ANONY taken (in lake Butler 1 529.9003 or I 284.Sill .. ..
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8 x 14 baywindowoverlooking month. Coll 473.4507. MOUS: 496 3079 and Keystone Cloy County 9 10 4lchg
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day Lilly's Vineyard dryers refrigerators
lok., kitchen every Florahome. 659-2121 ranges and vaccum 4 0R. 3 BA ON LAKE Phone 964.5148 I or 96.4.7619.. Heights 473.4973. 216 10 1.BOOKKEEPING.
Huntley equipped 3x6 pantry 8/27-9/10 Wheelers Discount BROOKLYN Sept thru SEWING MACHINES tfn. SERVICE:
Rodfearn's 2.car garage 1670 sq. ft. 3tchg sweepers Appliances., 2tchg May. $375.00 per mo. REPAIREDi All makes NEW AND USED WATER Large or small fobs, 20 Beat the Cold

SERVICES Assumable VA loan 9/109.17 Keystone Heights Realty cleaned oiled and adjusted CONDITIONERS: Soles and years experience. all tax Get your firewood earljj. ..,
$58.000 Keystone Heights LOSTFOUNDLOST Realtor 473.4961ijlcil $19. Workguorant..d. Service Call for free water forms. Notary PublIc. Oak Pine. $ o. pkk. .
I I Realty Realtor. 473.4961. James analysis and information/ reasonable rates. Sit, down or
473-4340 [,IN MOVE IN CONDITIONon YARD SALEFRI CIf1'; A ids Strickland corner MorganRd. 964. .5673. 3 12 tfn. with us to discuss your requirements up load or $70 per cord

or Bedford Lake, completely DOG Black Lob and Hwy 16. TFchq BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK and our ability Call Thomas .Neltlos; ; :.4
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I I' 473-4252 furnished 3 BR. 1 Retriever vicinity of Spring Get ResultsEAUYOUCANBt PIANO LESSONS Beginning SERVICE: Bradford County to fill, them located in Lake Butler
8 SAT Sept. 11 811, 9 S.
BA large living room with Lak. Answers to "Duk., residential -outs. :
to intermediate. Qualified pump lawtey Call 782 3744 lor !!6-:17K: :! .
Repairs Of Major fireplace, kitchen equip- has flea and choke collar. Corner Immoklee/ and teacher Call 964. .8372 for $50. We also re-lay drain appointment 9 3 3tpd n 11I'ir
Electric Appliances ped) washer dryer. Please call Frances Strube, Andrew Road Antique lessons. 9/3 2tchg 910. lines. Phone 964.8121S. 9 17.
freezer $60,000. K.yston. 473.4032. if you have any combo radio and record I 28 TFchg. .'..
Serving/ Bradford & Cloy .
Heights Realty Realtor, Information tfn 9/10 player bedroom living -
Counteslawr.nceBlvd/ 473.4961. room furniture, bunk bed WANTEDGOOD
I dinette set electric' ( grill
j Keystone CARS Full Time Remodeling Staff
WANTEDLOAN 'Ironrite ironer mower PRICES PAID for used ::
TRUCKS leaf sweeper dishes, mobile homes if mortgage,, v

STEVE: BROADWAYTREE NEEDEDto complete 9/10.ltchg9117.clothes and misc. Itpd MOBILE,is 3/4 paid HOME or more.SALES OliN'S!,, YES the needs of the present homeowners : :

SERVICE education have out of GARAGE SALE. Sat.. Sept. 9645606.. Op.n 7 days ,.

state property for col WO DUSTER: Slant six., askIng 12 at 9'OO am to 5.00 pm. weekly TFchgWE :
Removal lateral. Call 1-542-7430 In $300.00. Call 473.3110. Hwy. 21 right, across from BUY AXLES TIRES w : ;.
Old Town FI Itchg 9/10 9/10 Friendship Bible Church axles 44 tires 5135.00.
Trimming BABYSITTER NEEDED 167 Itpd IMPAlAlRuns well. Alter Moving' Sale. Itchg I Del. to Olins MH. Hwy. 100 NO' Money Down r up to 10 years fiaanciag ,

Free Estimate Dependable, caring andpermanent 35000. Call 4734534. 9/10 W Stark. 9645606.. TFchg
'SAT., SEPT. '12: 9 am til.sj I WANTED Used tools, both
babv.It'.rn..d.d between 9:30 am til 5:30 Y :
for two small pm weekdays, Itchg 9/1O pm. Clothej, "misc.. mechanics and carpenters. .EXPAND, YOUBBOME.: ; ;H' ;
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475-4732 children one In''' ORIGINAL STARSKY. A, + .!. I Phone 964-8331 or ;" >

Kindergarten,t Referrenc.es.,Iv' iKIIGISS,197; :.,rNlAllrlotwyo.ut/ 1.""-i"4'III; t-r c>.Pef: on and. 468.1551.9111 tnchg I .]Improving; ti $,Leas; .Than) Moving* """ i' 'a
After 5 P.M. required In Keystone l o od.d. Good condition, WANTED: Mobile Home Ax ,.,, p
area. Phone 473.2976 after Negotiable Call 475-1932 H.i/lf\-'lOtf/ ,.wy..;: ''.krl.. tji: "les.: Paying the b..t'p'rlce! II I \\ n t to
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6 pm Saturday and Sundayall 1 Itchg 9/10 ..t for good condition axles. :
day. Itpd 9/10 964.8331. 9/11 tnchg '' 1 QUALITY! WOSXU11U :
WANT : ;
TO BUY usedtypewriters
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Must b. in __ Hs value with( !lttproT.m.nt .

I -Union County Ads 9645764.working. tfn 2/12.condition w Add Energy Efficient..po.Faro )led .
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964-5007 9/3 '12tchg e .dock or creened porch" :

FOR RENT PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED 11/19. j ,

SERVICES MOBILE Call TODAY for your individual timate. : '
2 BEDROOM ONE BATH OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR! f3)60) PER WEEKi Part-time

MOBILE HOME: Furnished CUSTOM MADE GIFTSSee Union $200. washer $115. dryeqS85 ; .341(t. home Webster. HOMES'
with washer dryer. double DRAPERIES Fr. County Times, open Mon never used Simmons America foremost Dictionary FOR SALE .the l 'I'Ii
car garage utility storage estimates Local day and Tuesday 8.30 a.m. queen bed SI 75. new Simmons company needs fireplace that '
central heat and air on distributors/ completely to 5 p.m.. Wednesday- double bed $150, home workers to update '
large residential, lot. washable nationally closed Thursday and Fri local mailing hats All 1911 MOBILE HOMES
solo chair
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Phone 496.2563. Itpd 9 10. advertised GardsetteDraperies. day 8.30 a.m. till noon. See baby bed S50 chest '$30microwaive ages, experience unnecessary payments starting at beautifies, your bud ;et./1 1I
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE S&W Enterprises our 1/2 price table of oven 5200. oak Call $147.00 per month. John .

HOME Carpet and air Ed or Loma selected gift items. All queen headboard $100 I 7168455670. Ext. 6005 Brown Mobile' Home .'r .
near Worthington Springs Stephen/ 496-2219 contemporary cards 50. queen sue water bed S2SO Itpd 9 10. Center 473.3175.4.9tfnchg. I 1 i1r }
Call 4963253. TFN chg S 1 80TFN percent off 752-7961 Providence l Itchg JOB INFORMATION! t
9 10.FOR WILL INSTALL SEPTIC 1977 CHEVROLET PICKUPS I SOMETHING Alaskan and Overseas O QUALIFYING 52.000.00 36' Jlf i .
NEW
RENT IN LAKE BUTLER TANKS: and drain fields, ton. 350 automatic excellent "like looks employment Great income down $220.00 monthly. :! .f.s.
a regular bed fits n'a '.
condition twin \;( ..
Three bedroom tanks. fill
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apartment pump out potential 1974 mobile, home. 24x68 liJKl
regular frpme\ .I '"
tanks. sliding rear window uses a -
large kitchen $125 permonthSSOsecuntyPhone dirt/ licensed Call Brlnce 602 911-8011 Dept. 8629 ft. ", ,
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regular fitted' sheet but private lot. Handy ,: .
Jones 275.2197 around 7 Reduced lo S2.800. t. it Phone call refundable/ I I. jSTANDAKDFIREPLACE
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496.2179. Itpd 9 10. a m. or after S p.m. 716 1967 Ford Pickup, 300. 6 is Simmons waveless Man Special. miles south 1.t 1i I I'
waterbed retails of Stark. off US301. Vacant
TFN cyl. 4 sped 4 wheel $499. I

WANTEDMOBILE CUSTOM COMBINE WORK: drive. hunting lights have only one queen site Call 3016796056.. i .. .., .
Call Joe Usher 496.2126 or reduced to $1.750. Excellent S250 one double S20O, 1x2 8/20 4tpd 9 10. Vi r .
mechanical condition 7527961 Providence. I Itchq GIGANTIC CLEARING, SALE: r
HOMES WANTED: 496 2903. TFN 8 20. 9 10.AROUND. V i !
Will pay cash lor used ATTENTION LADIES Pearls 496.;3819:) Itchg 8 2O (1980 models priced to sell h '
your TRUMPET fOR SALE 40 RABBIT CAGES, With
like Rebate
mobile home Roy Powell Symbro Ette Botique now Moke offer Program. ...
496.3377. TFN 4 16 open /for business Fitt.d new. Phone 431-1160 or phone Sounds like multiplication Large selection to chaos. / r
WANTED GOOD HOMESfor bras. girdles and 496.2222 Ext. 216 2lpd. 9 3 4963933 Il I
cute and lovable "x.w.ek swimwear Beautiful) DOUBLE BED: $60. twin bed Guess again.' It's MOBILE HOME SALES /factory '

old female kittens. Call custom made lingerie. On. SiD queen bed $75 king SabacribeNow newspaper talk for a own.d and operated. .

496.2261 for more informa mile from Lok. Butler on bed $133 mapl. bedroomsuite one column by 2-inch Highway 301.N, '
lion Breaker Road back of $175 antique vanity Open 7 days a ..Stark..I,
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Johnson Store. Phone dresser mirror$65. matching ad. Too small to be effective tfn./ _

REAL 4962211 2tchg 109 17. chest $55. matching/ ? You're reading 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME ,
headboard I ft. boardw : Completely Installed to 16' height and contemporary cap
ESTATE wood rails $20 king this one! ,I Unfurnished $900. Cash. j

Mike McNabb sue h.odboord $75.reclmer See. at N.E. 34th Ave. with flashing or traditional chimney housing .;;
LOOKING FOR a special $75. dinette, set (US 301 Nt.) Alter 5'00. Only

piece of property If/ I Roof Repairs $50. wood table w 4 chairs one on right. I tpd 9 10.
don have it. I III find, ,Just $100. color TV $175, matching 96* AIRLINE 12.. 65. 2 BR. iuild That DoubleGarag'
a.k..JANE 5. USHER Sky Lights Installed washer dryer $325. 1 BA. Air and h.at. Unfur i 1
REALTOR 4962126 or Curlers Installed A'' brown vinyl sofa chair nished. $4000. Coll

496.2903, eves 'Your Mobile Home Roofs S22S. coffee 2 end tables 168.1111.: Itchg 9 10. 4' r !*. '
Union County Realtor tfn $150. Phone 752.796L Providence 12 x 40 MOBILE HOME and

AAA RepairedAluminum Itchg 9 10. I I.16 acre located on SR16. . ,. .. ..... .. 2 'x22'
Roof CoatingInstalled r I
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REAL ESTATE INSURANCEMAINES 964. .5499. 9 17. .
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INSURANCE AGEN That Are OWNER FINANCED: r : .

Ph. 752-0577 at fair prices CY: 160 S. lake Ave? lake HOMES ,\ i BACK TO SCHOOLDon Utility : B : ,' _i'-.3'-0 Door r

Several FmHA finance Butler. 496-3978. Complete *2B Home In town. Tennant Schoolof .
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I have several nice of
town' building sites, out 1 5 High Cost of Living Got You Down? *4 M with; additional" In town Course t iDi .

acr... ACREAGE required for I 1 B
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1. acres e 4 Acres.SU-237 j Florida Real Estat.S.lesman's .
An affordable Double wid.. efAcr.e,01fSR111.OAcrsOHSR-1/l .. . .
2 BR._ 2 BA on 2 ecres. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow *9-20 Acres Providence. *"'/, Acr..,Off SR.121 License ...s.l.. : .. ddie' I
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Call for Info about ; ; + Acres on SR-121
townhouses In Stark. *. taking applications for 1-2-3-4: BR *21 -O Acres. Off SR-239-A. Storting S.pt.111911; ', 3 fay Construction TlmCall I

These all electric *IDOf-lf.Acres. Off SR-100. I IB weeks duration W .
Notary Servke August occupancy. location .. .... .
*IOO. OO Acree OH
-Union County Office units are spacious, with lots of closet 0\"V COMMERCIAL SR 100. Chamber of Commerce .

JohnlenglordJr.Rslter Associate. space, and all have wal1to-wall. carpeting *Grocery, StarenGas Station en 2 Acres. Building ( Our Office

494-3814 drapes and kitchen'' appliance On *Trailer Slte-Wffi. Facilities on SR241. Star.., Florida II I

*CB Building .O,60 ft. an '/ ecres. SR.231. FREE

FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE site qualified laundry facilities.applicants.For Rental. assistancefor : I I'' JANE S. USHER Two before day review ,, IF (F 0> 10> fa l E H o"m E !

NEEDSXall Venera Brown applications and information, 46-2126 or 496-2903 ,

496-3022 or Sandy Ha:en please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St. Lake I Th.State licensing h om .
360 W, Main St. Lake
4963994 .".,. Tiffin and Butler f la. Gene ReeseInstructorTo I
Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 Butler Florida 32054 or Call 4963141. ..1'..*-Union County Realtor" .'\I.t.r, C.III473.707'ar47S.1255 I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS> STARXE .

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TUESDAY NOON preceding FOR SALE FOR SALE

Thursday before MIMOSA MANOR MO Bill I USED NEWSPAPER COUCH: Earth-ton plaid

publication.Minimum 40 ACRES Heavily wooded HOME PARK mobile home, ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x colonial,.style. $120; col. 1978 VW RABBIT 38.000
charge $2.50. 3 miles north ol courthouseand and spaces for rent. 36" 25* each. Bradford onial dinette table $30; KEYSTONE-STARKE AREA miles A/C. stereo $4400. crwiHe ,
Also
Recreational Vehlcleiwelcome County Telegraph, couch-bed vinyl New home for sale. garREALTY
(Covers IS Words). 1 mile east of US301. orange Call 96 .6020 or 964 5825. 1
word $1500 : Phone 468-2912 96 .6305. tfn $15; platform rocker $45: quality built homes $22 7/30 tin
Each ov.r 15 per air Owner
It 10 cents financing. Call* TFchg NEW CARPET NEW R USED Swedish dining table A six per sq. ft. built on your lot 1978 DATSUN 280 Zl
Frances HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Furniture C Appliances chairs $150; AM-FM stereo or ours Adams A Hall. Customized 40.000 miles
Not responsible for Mann Really, Inc., room TV and Air, Plumb. fixtures and pipes with turntable $45. Phone 473.2056 or 475-2128. 6,4 Many extras. Best offer
Realtors
errors when given 374.4999 or' Underwood Motel, 3 miles BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 Encore 321 N, Temple TFchg. Call 964.6020 or 96 .5825.
the phone 3780442. 8/204tchg 9/10. North of Stark on' Hwy South 9646679. 2/5 9645648. 9/10 2tchg 917. CUSTOM HOMES now 7/30 tin PHONE 9647776ITIRWIIUGAR

over or 301. 10/9 tnchg TFNchg PURE-BRED REGISTERED under construction 77 NOVA: door.. 6 cyl. CECILIA IF
when copy Is not ACREAGE MOBILE HOMES: Two and OKRA FOR YOUR FREEZER: ANGUS BULL: 3-yr. old. overlooking Starke Coun Automatic trans., power 205 N. Temple. Starke

typed and brought to 2.27 acre heavily wooded. three bedrooms; clean. Picked three times a week. Phone 9648356. James try Club. Adams and Hall steering 1700. Call
the office. $6500. Ca.h.r Sub. Terms. Highway 16 and 225. New By bushel or half.bushel Cask Ins. TFNchg 5/14. Builders. Phone 473.2056 964 8503. 8, 27 tfn. irSIMCREDIBUf?

e* < 'R55Ra5a5 Tanta owners formerly Whites Watermelons, $1.00 each. RECONDITIONEDTV'SColors or 475-2128. 6/4 TFchg. SURPLUS JEEPS. CARS and WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
Strawberry Acres Park. Call 463-1323. 3/12 Call 964-6328. Keep trying at
> starting
: .7 ac. 10% INTEREST BY OWNER if TRUCKS: available. Many SPECIAL I
Assume ''/. %mta. tin. 7/9 tfn.UMEROCler. $100.00. Trade-ins sell under $200. Call
YARD SALE 118.000.a 3 BR. 1 BA. LIVING ROOM 20 yard semi welcome. Phone 964.8212. you have 9000. $282 mo. 312'742-1143 Ext. 705 for CB Home 4 years old with approx.
3 bedroom. CBhon.
Raa RRafrWR dining room S kitchen loads only. Phone 6/11 tfn. payments
Info. on how to purchase. 2,000 sq. ft. plus 24 acres on SR 18
FAMILIES central
THREE 403 Walnut heat AC,
central heat sand air. In 782-3172 ALLEN USED GE REFRIGERATORS
14.06 Acres: Shady. Own. Lawtey. : S,27 4tpd 9 17 Lake. 3BR 28 2
near Hampton ,
St Baby things, household laundry attached garage,
tfn
fin. Avail. 9% Hampton. Phone 468-1779. TAYLOR. 7/30 Excellent condition, $100
goods, books, 'clothes, Rr5R ra5RRR$21,100.. ((1st months rent In advance DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN up. Used Sears Kenmore fireplace, abovegroundpool 1974 LWB CHEVY Pickup, fireplaces CH&A, 5 large barns

records, Fri and Sat., 10 10 ) 5/7 tfnchg. HOUSE 301 South gas stoves, excellent con many extras. Call w/topper. Rebuilt engine pond fenced & crossfenced.
a.m. til/ 2 p.m. Itchg 9/110.< Acres large barn, STARKE AREAj 3 BR home, 964.6740. We Buy and Sell dittoes $75 up, Fluorescent 17267651. tin 8 20. and new brakes $2200. $13,000..
YARD SALE Sept. II & 12 flocked pond 23000. $250 per mo., first and last Used Furniture and Ap lights $12. Phone 964.7251. HOMES 1967 ELDORADO
9:30: a.m. tit 5 Jo-lu $5000 dn. Assuro. mtg.RRlfaaifaa CADILLAC low
p.m. mo. in adv., plus sec. dep. pliances. 8/13 tfn. Strawberry Acres 3BR. mileage. Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with
Mot.l. US-301 S. Lots of JANET M.: STARLING GRAPES U-Pick. Juicy and BOATS '28A. t.21 acres, fenced Excellent condition., $250O low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
odds and ends. 6 Acres: Well pole, or best offer Call
power
Realtor 782-3931 Eve. sweet; light and dark stocked.
ponds. 51000. comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
YARD SALE: 1002 Butl.r RD., 10200. Michael B. Cooney Assoc, ones. Bring containers. ............. 9648813.9 3 2tchg 9 10. .
family things, cloth., ****.****** 16 FT. SPORTCRAFT boat 65 1977 CUSTOM DODGE VAN starting at 533.400.Railord
964-8827.8113 tfn. 8 til 6 .
Open a.m. p.m. Lawtey: :3 8R, 1 blk. from A * * * *
television' etc. Also excellent 10 Acres, tg. pines Monday thru Saturday; hp Evinrude motor. .318 V-8 engine. Air conditioned
LARGE 2 BR HOUSE in school shady.$24.000. Frame 3 BR 1 8 Cypress barn I stables pool
Items from $23 000. Sunday, 2:30: to 630.: Off Reasonable offer. Can try power. Wide tires,
Reduced 22000.
daughter living in IfaRRRRHaRLowteyI Starke* Den laundry 200A 4 mi. west of on Kingsley Lake. Phone /11 RRaaif ffff $3000 or best offer Call fenced I crossfenced only $23,500.
Gainesville, lots of : room attached garage. Metros. See signs.Longneckers. 5332366. 8/6 TFn 9648493. Itchg 9 10. -Pretty Lake Geneva Lot with trees and white sand Rd.
ac. well septic $300 month lease and In Country: 2'ac.. 2BR .
cloth., toys, furniture, per 475.1151 100 $24,200.Country
utll. house, dog pen. Land., references required. Call or COMMERCIALPROPERTY home, grape vineyard or 1979 DODGE 4-wheel drive .
etc HAS TO BE SEEN and 473.2702.8/20 4tchg 9/10. Club House beautiful new I luxurious well
scaped. $600.Janet 17267651. 7/30 tfn. chard. 83I.9CO.: Reduced with 39.000 miles and A C .
can be from 9 a.m. til 5 16 MM PROJECTOR: Bell and designed and well built brick with hug. walk-In closetsThis
p.m. Sol, Sept 12, M.. Starling FURNISHED APARTMENT Howell Filmsound 26500.afaaflfa..... AM FM 8-track stereo. Is perfect for the large family that love golf I tennis
Wont $700 and lake
weather permitting. Itchg Realtor,782-3931 Three large rooms: utilities Specialist $150.00. Earl over 445 Pratt St. Neat 1650 sq. ft. CHIA carpeted
38R 2BA S.c. $45000.
furnished. Suitable for one BRADFORD MINI on payments. Call 782.3189 or
Michael' 0. Cooney Muse 964-7535 after 6 $47.900.
Owner fin. 30% dn.14
working Ph. WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX 964.8733 anytime. I Itpd
.- HELP Realtor Assoc.,948827tfnchg. 9645464. 8/27 person tfn. p.m. 820tpd 9/10. for sal*. 80 pct lnt/15 yrs. 9 10. We ore proud to offer one of Bradford's finest

: WANTEDINiORMATION FOR LEASE 2000 sq. ft. bldg. USED WESTINGHOUSE owner financing availableat of Rf aaffNlRf 1972 TOYOTA CORONA Sta residences, situated on 33 acres over 3.000 sq. ft. ofgorg.ou.

adjacent to Suzuki of refrigerator Works good. 11 pet. I'acres with 31.. 2.... Spanish'style tion Wagon. Runs good. house, CHCA handsome barns Impeccably
: on Alaskan Stark. on 301 S., call $50. Call 964.7515 after 4 room for.>expansion. Phone home on spacious lot In Call 96 .6880. asking maintained.
and overseas employment. Motorcycle 9646020. or 964.5825,8/27 p.m. 9/3 tfpd. owner 473.2735.8/6 tfn Star..... 32000. 80000. Itpd 9 10. 1121 .....nt Rd. large, corner 'lot-nicely landscapedCB .
Cxcellent income potential. tfn. YOUR OWN BUSINESS: Inventory HfaMR1RRHf 1945 CHEVY LWM pick-up 3 BR 2 B CHI plus attic fan lots of storage space 14'

Call 1.312.741.9780, 1974 HONDA C8360T: Elec. 2 BR MOBILE HOME: Furnished for 1 complete fleamarket LOSTFOUNDLOST In Country: On 1 acre lot. 3 .283 V-8 engine. Good con .20' carport 6' .14' utility room 140 sq. ft. patio, fenced
booth. S.II.eparol.ly
extension 4258. 8/20 4tpd tric start Excellent condition or unfurnished. Large BR 1 IA partially completed dition. VW DUNEBUGGYrail back yard plus 24'.28' lighted shed.
9/10 19,000 miles. $100.00 kitchen and master or together.Call : Gray Stetson hat in A-frame home with type, 60 hp. engine Seventh Day Adventist Church Rd. 230A. The lot
.
LADIES: Free$300.00 toy kit. worth of accessories Incl. bedroom, private lot. 2 782.3217 anytime 9/3 vicinity of Pine Forest stocked pond. $19.500. needs brake work. With measures 100' 125' and has nice .. ".$ .000-Caih.

Best party plan ever, low $500 or best offer. Call miles south of Starke. $180 FURNITURE 2tpd 9/10.: Baby bed. chestof Aptt. 2 weeks ago. Janet M. Starling Iwo bar. Call 468-2707 .Spacious BR 2 B, Brick, CHA. fireplace, carport, paved

priced toys and gifts. No 964-8566 after 5 p.m. 9/3 per mo. 4682101. 9/3 drawers elec. stove, 9645624. I tchg 9/10. Realtor, 782-3931 9 10 2tpd 9 17.MOBILE driveway fenced, carpels, dishwasher I stove built.in.

in' stment. Approximately 2tpd 9/10. 2tchg 910.FURNISHED. washer mini-dryer, apt. BCooney average utility bill $120. Selling price $45,000 with onum. .
: $6.00 per hour. Phone APARTMENT size table and chqirs, wood TheImagemaker Assoe., $ HOME mortgage of $27,000(7( 9*. mo. pay. 264 54. Available
1.328-8789 Monday-Friday. HELP Utilities included Call heater. Other items. 237 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Oct. 1. 1981. I

9'a.m. til S p.m. 8/13 6tchq 9646112 or 96 ..5261, 9'3 Monroe Si.. 964 6880. I Itpd W-- -- -T Zoned commercial lovely' home for the professional
WANTEDVOCATIONAL 910.TRAILER 9(4-7100 .
PARAMEDIC: Bradford 2tchg 910. R ep10vr' 2.000 It.. CHfA, carpeted drapes, 3 or 4
POLICIES AT approK. sq.
County LOTS: high and dry; Oper. Debra Norman .;.,
Rescue. Starke.
SUPERVISOR.PART ARTLEY FLUTE: Like, new: REASONABLE RATES bedroom. 2 bath LR DR, Kitchen with eat-In area
Must be state certified., For oak shade trees; 2 miles Call lor 'Info on $30. .
$150.00. Call 9646023 'ji- screened
TIME: $3.55 per hour. South 301.961.8238. 9/3 spacious utility room carport porch paved
964-6000.more information S/27,3tchg 9/10.call 25 hours weekly. Supervision tfn. on after 4 p.m. llpd 9/10. Make*>ir Special \ Semi-Truck, DriversOr WARNINGHurricane driveway 4 extra lots "" landscaped available now I
and Instruction for Your heart will beat foster Brick 4 11121 Klngtloy Lake
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER: .to 12 x 60 MOBILE HOME: On xaaae.ocassopzec Heavy Equipment / season it uponus.
vocational skills, to mentally .334 N, Myrtle CB available now Large master
Kelp with semi-invalid. one acre; stove and refrig. oo.o..llatlocoll, If you ore one ol the
Salary plus room and retarded adults In work furnished SI SO per mo. Tackle Box TCHl-FIIII few who do...'' have Insurance bedroom with private bath approx. 1408 CHEAcorpeted -
board. Call 9645855. activity center (Sunshine plus $100 security deposit.Call ;d' I Boa 3 02...*. If and when a kitchen with bar Assum. mortgage and own..rwill

Lucille Mundorff 639 E. Acres). Desire experienceIn 964-3734 .after 4 pm. 341 N. Temple Ave? Sldr'ke "' hurricane/ approaches, youwon' tok* back second. Convenient to everything.

, Laura St., 8/27 tfn. carpentry. mechanical Itchg 910.APARTMENT. Culprit Worms. AIL colorsM. t0fehs: ?' ;k be able fo purchase 1026 Eastwood Drive 3 BR 1SB. Clan quiet street -
, HQME SEWING Earn i xIrq' aptitude.. .o..alHc.tio : Furnished 2 1 ..n, 'pr. "fe ': $A yCit.r Mobile" Home.Insurance w;; some carpet central heat window A. C, trees, largo

.j .{com*. AlUflM..F5' $cirlc Hlflh School education. 2 BR. livin room kitITOffinVtUTTio 5 ;;; I'' o '', ,. ,.. ",. :d.plsLe'' So.take.advantage of''its.: utility room carport., ,. ...
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formation. weaving Dept laaa'bsp.rt.TrrrTawe ?f'I kids, no pets. ,Jt ,1Y; 1tlTMjI..vi"!; 1 :' <100:0tllll:. $1'9r.O"IIIIGIt. crcur64fbnces'and pur- 1091 S.ColleyRd. Brick IB*, I'/t I. VA loon df $24"305.ft .
lionol area. Send resume Utilities furnished. .
I 200 Main. Corbm, KY > chose your Insurance now { 9V Interest pay. $256.30 a month corner lot.
40701. 9/3 2tpd 910. lo Bob Larimer, Sunshine 9645033. Itchg 9/10. 4 '_.,y.J.. I Olln' Mobil. garage, 3 blocks hospital', I block school.
REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN Acres P.O. Box 509. 3 BR. 1 BA HOUSE In coun This! Week Only Frame 3 BR 1 B, LR, DR, front porch several pecan trees
Stark., FL 32091. 9/3. Home Sales
: Salary $8300 to try. Call 96 .58S2 after 10 on 1.6 acres 6 mil..lrom Starke off Hwy. 301 on SR I 18 E.
2tchg 9'10.WATERWASTEWATER. a.m. $150 month $150 Live Bait .. Worms MinnowsRods FREE QUOTES
$9500 depending on experience. per Brooklyn Lake Adorable board A batten cottage with 2
Professionalwork security deposit. On 'Yi Phone 964-5606 BR 1 B, kitchen living area screened porch dock .
PLANT OPERATOR: City of acre of land. Itpd 9/10. & Reads 8 Other Tackle Elaine M. Oil.. Agent
with retarded ,
mentally CHS.A excellent condition, all this adds up to a cozy
Starke Prefer .
experienced APARTMENTS upstairs and Kite
adults in a work activity
lifestyle.
operator with Class C downstairs. Large frontand
gram c.nter. planning Duties include evaluation pro. Certificate, Trainee must back porch. New w/w ............ .... ..... EFCfffffD PROPERTIES/
.80 4 3 BH frame flame In Thereua
be HS graduate with Fla. carpet, stove and refrig., t J acres ors-a.
case manag.ment.QUalIfications Driver's License. Must no pets. $195 per mo. $100 lmN Fish camp on good fishing lake with living quarters.
: 2 yn. college complete courses for Cer security deposit. 404 N. Winter FashionsSummer eS7600 for small frame home on city lot needs TIC).
1 Inhuman RECOVERY .
year experience related tification. Apply at City Cherry St. Call 964-0082. 11.1I II! e. Valuable' property an 301 adjacent/ lo Conf. Telephone.'

service or Hall thru Sept. 16. 1 tchg Itpd 910.FURNISHED. 4ROOM .200' on 301 1.41 A. Finest commercial property.

area.retardation(Preferably). Send resume mental 910. APARTMENT: 3 The Recovery Room of. Clearance Sale $41.500 I 15 acres or 30 lori Forest Heights/ on Rd I4VV.
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rooms and bath. Inquire at Lake City Local Dist :A C Two t A parcels, appro 4 miles from Stark.
to Bob Larimer sSunshmeAlcres
P.O. Box 509. ? NURSES 203 Christian St. Lights and Home Archie, Tanner Funeral xV A > ",. It C$75.000 for 4.85 nice acres on 301 N. Highly desirable'
Sforke hoi water furnished ttpd 40 acres-rimb.r-roads-Hamp/on-Own. Fin. 12'.
Fl 32091 9.3 21chQ We Need YoulEd 964-5757 Stork., fl. .
9/JO.. ... .... ....... ...11IIIIIo... .. hl'n"' _ $15.500 Washington Spring store and 2 'lots.
Frailer Memorial' Hospital -- -- ---- -- -
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".I"VI lot -7. near Country Club' / $1.800.
Baker Co Nursing Bradford .4.5 acres rally .c/ud.d.nlc./ trees $9.000,

Home. We have positions ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHOf .40 acres iawtey area $42,000-Owner finance.
available for both RN'_ A Mini-Storage Anytime New modern CB store 101 towrey 552.000. Owner fin
Ioc a 321 N. Temple Ave. Open Mon.-Sal.: J)-:b
LRN's. EFMN Full time &"Now Renting JS'fWiMuffKr e Beautiful' Bessent ltd. lot-133'.250'.

311 S 117. BCNH Full *7 Mo. & Up And Disc I Parti .5 acres appro 9 miles west of Srarke-St. Rd 100.

time, )11-7,,Also port time 473-2735 .law'., 301-CB srore-$19.JOO,own.fln.
positions available on all GRAPES let on E. Call St. Call for details.
fUutI fall t t t
.!hi". ,' > $ q, ,. Eves B WeekendsPROFESSIONAL Large Sweet e 7 l-acre lori. Brownlee Rd. $4,000 A. 20*. down 12'.
'We Can''Off.; You' \d. J',,' > odines and Scuppornoi Calf S,. commercial/ 'lot 100' 190' Owner fin S9 900.

| *Competitive salaries and TREE SERVICE I t )Pick Easy Pickln e.5.5 acres near Presbyr.Church hospital made offer
I 43 Ac. lowtey area formerly Bare Skin lodge' $40000.
differentials "
excellent shift .'- All Types Insured \f Open Everyday 4.78 Acres ltd. 2JOA 4 Wilson Rd. Sit 700.

We've got theINGREDIENTS and flexible slafflng'witi'. &. FREE ESTIMATES : t t Lilly. Vineyard .Country Club' fat IfO' m 383'-nice 'location -$10 000.

:( ( / every other weekend off. .f" e Busy Call S Water Si. lot 235' > '6' Owner fin S I It 800.
Call Thomas 0. Nettles Florahome, Fl. Highway
*26 paid days off per e 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. I6E Owner fin.
To Turn Your year. 496-3738 Laks ButUr 12 miles east of Keystone Heights

;' SPARE TIME// Health .life. and malpractice 459-2121 RealtorA.soclates--Alter Hours

Into insurance. Portable Buildings I Wayne E. Douglas Srokor-Salesman 944 6593
InHouseprograms. Frod Sacketl. Broker-Salesman 468 1664
'. EXTRA MONEY CEU Approved Byron Terwillegar-944-7774 Gorri lonnon.446.3140'
SUZUKI OF STAFW!
} Call 96 .8700 Marlene Rob.rtl.'U..50S Martha Do.ka.782.3391
For more Information,
915 N. Temple Ave contact Kathy Barber, DON Hwy 301S 964-6020 r'D 5-Uimmy Anne Terwillogor Nolson' -173.1677

i PIZZA HUT Ed Frailer Memorial
*An Cqual Opportunity Imployvr Hospital 339-3151. toe 2. 6X10 thru 12X50 Moore'Phone

Starke Sure
Ei9--- Sports: MOBIL .HOME

-. Solid Oak = Florida 964-5791 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Well!

f- SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS Machine Swings Rockers New Merc. 9.8 Reg. 1295. . Special. 11035. Ohillin
3 experienced sewing '24.95 '21.95 6UJI" POLICIES .

J er.1tors. Must be able to work 4Vjtpvs VIe c.ted At A&K Feeds New'Merc. 18 Reg. 1495.: r. .Special 1295 ; At'REASONABLE 2" Thru 6"

: 40 hour week. RATESOlln's


ie open 'for Interviews 7 a.m. to 4 :: ,New Merc. 50EL/Reg 2995 . Special 2295 Home Mobile Sales Drilling STATE LICENSED Equipment


im. Monday thru. Friday, CLEANING New Merc. 70EL Reg. 3295. ; Special 2595 FREE QUOTES
Starke Uniform Manufacturing Phone 964 5606 Pumps
: .,. . . .
I 441 E. Brownlee St., Starke Fla. New Merc. 80EL Reg. 3495. .-. .Special 2895 Homo M Olin Agent.
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.I New & Used5aIesPartSService

v a I I New Merc. 90EL PT Reg. 4395, .Special 3695


New Merc. 115EL PT Reg. 4895. Special 3895 VACUUMSALE E-Z TermsPlumbing
< Attention: Women and Men ,

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f you wont an opportunity thai tomes rarely In a per ..:

"on'. lifetime, then you owe it to yourself to. In- 20% Off Used Merc. 85 hp. .; , , , , 1595 New Installation
NEW & USEDWe .
Vettigote.I. w Used Merc.1500 150 rip PT 1977 ... 2295
I I. If you ore above overage Cereer Minded I.nil 1 on Cleaning e finance, our own Remodeling<<: ,: RepairsPUMP

2. Neat Appearance Highly Motivated. Used Merc. 65 Power'Tilt, . *1495 KIR8YS

3. Aggressive with mature outgoing) hit Starter.personality thru Used Merc. 40 hp EL 1978. . . . '1095 ROYALS :. Durranee. . . .
i 4. Over 25 (or A'-4

?" 5. High School gradual minimum with .,Sept. 29, ate Service Specialists HOOVERS EUREKAS' .. '

working experience S or college degree.week. fifM WHh This Ad, Mere Oullxiunl) McrcruiMT'StcrnDmi F'IIK'rl Kc ELECTROLUX &
SS 6.: Can be out of town nights per ) > |>.nr

ALAN MILLS PORTRAIT STUDIOS has Immediate openIngs h D., FILTER QUEENS SUPPLY.

for mature, ,professional soles-oriented women SEARS
find man that need to earn 15000.00 and up pert.or v COMMERCIALWe COMPANY

; $179 00 per week. while in training with motel.I 1A repair all makes . . .
expenses, car allowance and corp. benefits. Ex..rlence TDyl

,. In cosmetic, (jewelry-retail sales such as: Teal Tile Ii- AL YOUNG'SSince 864 N.
Carpet
Avon. Sara Covsntry telephone sales r
Tupperware BAR ..ts79U.918 Temple Avenue
V !
tielpful. For p.rsonallnl.rvl.w.call John C.Hall TOLL
1.800.543.5921, Monday ,964-7423 Starke
fREE at .800-343-3940 of Florida .
through, Thursday,between 8:30: o.m 4:30: p.m. 111 N. Cherry Street. Starkp :3 Miles north of
tOE M f $t.r.. en US 301 964.7061




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Heavy Docket Set Bradford County Sheriff's Deputy the centerline Into the path of a vehicle By G & F Commission;:. ;
John Martin In the driven tty taren Lucile Kapellen
) Dempsey placed
the tttutcttrV?
Artists: from ucro t>s ?
For Circuit Court county jail Sept. 4 under $20,000 bond. who was overtaking the cyclists. busy drawing and' painting tit.
Next WeekTwo Kapellen. 19, Rt 1 Box 909! then struck : .KlorUUt
preparation ,
the rear of the pedalcyclist. SIamp'JDesign
courtrooms will be in !:session!: Two Drug Cryton was charged with hitchingto Waterfowl ; C'ontohlsponsored :;
by the! (Jiiine and I Kresli
next week starling Sept. 14 with motor vehicle and riding on the ;
Arrests Made ,
Judge Chester B. Chance and Judge wrong side of road. Damage was$ioo Water Fish!:! Commission 'a:
Jeanne D. Crenshaw presiding. Calvin Martin. 24, 815 N. Oak St. to Cry ton's cyclist. Artists: are! limited to, no.more I Hunt;
Scheduled to appear: and Timothy Leggett 25. Kt. 2 Box two fill I-IOH. The mull icoloi. cd Sept 15 Timothy Leggett (for aggravated 137A: Starke were arrested Sept. 1 Harold Glasgow 70,706 Bridges St. must be original and be 7" X l0"'|
,< battery. Anthony Wayne for possession of more than 20 gramsof was charged with failure to yieli' at horizontal mounted \\ilhan I II" X (1-TSS!
Strap, attempted I hrst degree cannibus. right of way, Sept. 5. After stopping mat. l Each: ('nll'rnust be .11"'ulI1i?
Bradford County Sheriff's Dept. on Court St. Glasgow attempted t< panied by an ollicitil entry lit,ink, :E
Sept. 16- Lou Klha Chandler bur aggravated reported both were released on turn onto Call St., !striking: a '78 Dodgi "Knlriosvill l>oiL-ci'pti'l liogiiiiiinNiiveiiiber .:'
balter)'. Walter Thomas lor recognizance bond. driven by Helen Norman Hitch 2 and wilt close. at ."> pmr I ;*
possession!: of a weapon by a state Starke. Only minor damage was stub t December 14 with selection ol IllcE f:
prisoner; Itubin Sweeting battery ol tamed. 4 winning design to bo made at the lirsf! *
a law enforcement ollicer and grand Two ArrestedAt Commission meeting lolloping |the|
larceny Red Honey Douglas Elwood Wilkins. 18.; 21 deadline'," (iuud\\in said l l, ::.:;
Sept.17 Terry McCJowan\ battery. Kaiford Rd., was charged with wilf Entry: I blanks may lie tuned l> l by':
ot it law enforcement officer; Ernest: Anthony Conrad Carroll 20, Hampton and wanton reckless driving. Wilki'! writing/<(: Walerlovvl Skimp ('onll. E_
Spry aggravated battery. and Hay Charles! Smith 922 E. was traveling in excess of 100 mil. ,' ---LIW Coordinator, (iiimetuid KivsliVul T
Sept.18 Carl Jackson possession Brownlee St., Apt. 26, Starke were per hour. Wilkins was released on .. Fish) (Commi.sston uil< :! S. :MtTidi.uiM( .:I-
ul'a weapon by a !state: prisoner; arrested Sept. 5, for aggravated bat- surety bond. i. 'I'tllluhaSIi. Kl. ;125a4: : .

William Stanley lloggard possession tery. and a VJI {' .; -,. '. ":':. '. "": :. .",,-.,,'< ',, : .:.... :
Carroll Smith
01'a weapon by a state prisoner.Kobert ; were charged Sophia Lynn Sullivan 19, Waldo. "
James Goode possession ol a with unlawfuly committing battery on was traveling north on 301 when Florida Theatre
weapon by a state "prisoner. each other and in commission of said I.ucretia Ann Tanner, 17, 208 Pratt
battery did use deadly weapons St., attempted to cross 301 at Pratt St. Starke 964-5451
folding lock blade knives. Sullivan struck Tanner. Due to conflicting
lIamptonl\layor City Patrolmen E. W. Wilkison statements and no witness Fri., Sat. Sun.
Case Dismissed Lane Sibley, Willie Searcy placed Patrolman E. W. Wilkinson was
Carroll and Smith in the Bradford unable to determine the color of the
Hampton Mayor Hank Loll JrIII, County Jail under $20,000 bond. traffic light for either direction. Dragonswere
was arrested by Putnam County Sullivan was charged with driving ;:
She/rill's/ Department ulter a with an expired license. :?
domestic argument with his estranged : Martin Arrested .

uite, near Intcrlachcn May' lil. Third Time This Week Frank Clinton Ely, 78, Magnolia real. .
Aug. )1:) all charges were dropped
Hotel Starke was crossing US-301
against: bull I and the ease was "talvin Martin 815 N. Oak St., from east to west with the traffic light ,y :.\
dismissed. Starke was arrested by Bradford when he was struck by a truck drivenby
County Sheriff's Dept. for the third
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Robert Owen Simmons Hampton.
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time this week. .
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Simmons had pulled out of the Gulf Sif I Iy '
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Three Receive Deputy John Dempsey said Martinis Station going east on Call St., was "r9 .. ,,
held in Bradford Jail
Court Sentence being County watching the traffic and did not see . .
warrant from Cabarrus
on a County,
Ely, who was struck and knocked to
Sept. 8 N. C., for robbery.The the .
pavement.Ely'
charges from N. C. include 301 Drive IN
Hollilied, was treated for a head laceration
Jerry Washington: St. armed assault with tMgIM
robbery deadly .P
Starke. received 5 years on each weapon and auto larceny. and taken to Bradford County a Fri., Sat Sun. Mon4Iftt. :
count of burglary ol a structure aggravated Hospital( where he was treated and
assault and violat ion 01' pro released.
... Sur'IWynolds -
bation. Minor Accidents f ( ..' Roger Moomt
Samford Grand! St. ,:
Joseph Nelson r Jfi lj"> FarrahFawftfftfr
Starke received:J years for probation Loaton Aaron Mathews. 3B, Kt. 2 V V |f.' ., Dom DeLu.se
violation. '77 truck Prison Guard S .V-TVii-/> IH*
Box" 564 Starke driving a ..\
Roosevelt Recd Kt. 3:! Box 4)0)( was struck a parked vehicle owned by Stabbed At tJiNNONBALL
sentenced t to I Department I of Correction Doris Cox Carlton Melrose Sept. 3, Florida State Prison Man Hit on 301... PEEN f.!!Af
for 5 years for attempted on Walnut St. Minor damage was sus Hescnp personnel! treat all elderly mini after lie"as struck b> a truck an he attempted />0, [ l zow FOX, CEMTURV FILMS |IPGI'
burglary tained. Sergeant Harry R. Owens!: Starke to cross L'S-:3ol( in Starke. lip uas not seriously injured.
was released from the hospital after Pictured i with the Injured Frank Kl:I are Hubert, Simmons. Roscoe KMT's:: PLUS I
Donald A. Cry ton 2O P. (). Box 926, being repeatedly stabbed by an inmate Scott Taylor and Hobby Klauer mid City I'alrulmcn'I'.1. Rolland and. KslitiiMosher.
Second Arrest Starke was!: charged by the Florida last Friday. ; Sec story in liriefs. The Electric) Horseman II I
Local Man Highway Patrol Sept. 2 for a traffic Prison officials said Owens was I
violation. !slabbed: by inmate W. T. Parker when .
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N. Oak St., "
Calvin Martin 24. 815
Bryan Dean Hendrix. 15 337 N. the officer tried to control a group of
was arrested for grand theft Walnut St., Starke. driving a moped rowdy inmates in the prison's U-wmg. I. '' ._ .. . I
unlawfully and knowingly obtaineduse was traveling east on C100A pulling a Parker serving 10 years for aggravated -
of a motor vehicle. pcdulcyclist. driven by Cr)tori. As assault in St. Lucie County, 7
Martin is charged with grand theftof they approached the private drive of was placed in isolation pending
an '81 Datsun property of JacksonD. Clifford: Henderson Jr., Cryton turned charges.
Miller Jr., Aug. 31. loose from Hendrix coasted across
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