Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01410
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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 17, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01410
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46 Apartments :

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: OnlOO South

Applications for a 46-unit apart- The city commission had imposed a
ment complex on SR-100 south and a moratorium on building multi-family
Lil Champ Store at the intersection of dwellings until a straw ballot could be
US-301 and SR-18 were approved by placed before Starke residents in the
the Starke zoning board last Wednes- recent city election. The voters stated
W 'day, Sept. 9, and site plans were ap "Yes," they want more multi-family
: proved with no comment Tuesday housing in Starke by a 2-1 margin.
f i } } b night, Sept. 15, by the city commis-
Bessent Road residents rose in opposition -
"S sion.There to that 36-unit development.the .
was no opposition by
,1'w site for which turned
residents around the Orangewood plans was
S / down 3.2 by the city council. Ownersof
development property, Mayor
Charles Schaefer said after the city the property on which the Bessent
: tnses m\ Road development would go are bringing -
j- council meeting Tuesday night, when
( asked why the council had approved suit In Circuit Court in an effortto

t 1 Orangewood but not the apartment gain approval for the project proposed
project on Bessent Road, called by Stokes Co. of Jackson-

Southern Villas Limited The commission ville.
of the 46-unit
also recently turned down a Developer
duplex development proposed by Orangewood apartment complex is
Jerry Ely In east Starke at Orange Royal American which has built

it : Street when residents there expressed Florida apartments cities.in Lake The units Butler will and be other built
i 'bdi.r. under the 515 Community Development -
d or Renovating Block Grant Program
of the U.S. Department of Hous-
ing and Urban Development in which
rent payments are subsidized by the
federal government.City .
zoning director Al Crosby
pointed out his office sends out noticesof

_._ _.._ !, zoning changes to residents affected
but not on site plans. No zoning -
Commissioners Face' Taxpayers... change was required for either the
Orangewood complex or the Lil
No change'was made In the county's tentative f 3 million budget or Its 9.337 In foreground of photo are County Commissioners Lawrence Mosley left, Champ Store.
mill tax levy after the board faced room full of taxpayers In a public.hearing and Homer Hart.. Seated at table at left are County Clerk.Glb Brown. CPA Pat The Orangewood site, on the west
last Wednedar4ilgm 8ept.9./ : Farnsworth and County Attorney Dudley Hardy. side of SR-100 almost directly across
. :The taxpayers present couldn't be called angryi but they wanted and got an Merritt ..Williams.- front row and aisle seat In center 0' 'photo.. was the road from Vogue ManufacturingCo.
'explanation of why property assessments, and therefore taxes, keep going up spokesman for the taxpayen The each year, {t'. pressure/ .from the state Department of Revenue,explained ProP say as long as he stuck to the budget.The wmfronWtJon- got. friendlier as it pro- owns over 20 acres and is selling' J1'?
1y.Appraiser Jimmy Alvarei.. .:. ." greased., ; ,.'.'.'.',". .....& .14.... American (
.. ., .:""h.._. .'h. u;** ( -l, ... .. ., V' : V Y u A t :........ r .1r'-, .\ : Royal some. 3.7 acres or ""t
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< --/ "5 + -G ". .'' Hale) and a" arc +( t11''HO7'.,: ", ...

Assessments :. American said the density, of the
Property v apartment.com lex will be 8 units per
acre. Plans calf for 6 ortc-BR 28 two-
*?lilP'V>\ t f>.. 9r \.5>.. BR, and 12 three-BR apartments. The
density will be 8 units per acre. The
Merrill Edwards project should be completed within

Before Packed House, No Changes Made 22-Year City Veteran six months. according to Hale.

After initially ruffling some taxpayers' cent assessment and tax increase. came down here to find out just exactly to raise the millage. You have come Drug Awareness IVogramSet
feelings, the Bradford County Chairman Norman finally had to what all this proposed millage in-,. up with a proposed budget that is cut Merrill'Edwards
Commission finally began communicating urge the irritated audience to speakup. crease was, ana assessments were and dried and no matter how many of for C.CJIU''I'1I4o"(1tlllhs
diplomatically with the and to talk this thing out in a normalmanner the taxpayers of Bradford County
aid of explanations by CPA Pat Farn- Williams reacted strongly,when he with our elected officials,and wanted you to' chan e your minds The Bradford County Advisory
sworth, and the IVt-hour budget and did speak: when we get comments starting off about its and to look into the fact of Board on Youth will a Drug
millage hearing ended amicably last from you like that, it sounded very, cutting ,back, and maybe cutting Awareness Program for parents and
Wednesday,Sept. 9. Commission Dictating very negative to me,and I feel sure to down some, like our Federal govern other concerned adults. This
'"ThIs is strictly on the Federal Williams Charges,, everyone in here. ment has done. presented by Sheriff's program In-
Revenue Sharing.At this time I would "This is what we came for, but the "Now if you are going to dictate to "The people of Florida, and every' Dies 66Starke vestigator Don Denton will be held at
like to ask anyone who is speaking to" very first comments that I got from us how long we can have a say about State in the United States, sent the Pratt 'Street Recreation Center.
limit themselves to five minutes you were that you were dictating to any one of the things then we just mayas Washington a message last on Friday September 18, 1981 at 7:30:
Chairman E.L. (Nook) Norman told the people and taxpayers of Bradford well leave here right now. November, that they were sick and city clerk Merrill Edwards. p.m. Everyone is encouraged to at
the audience which filled the county County exactly what this meeting was "The first thing that you went over, tired of high taxes, and federal giveaways 66, died early Wednesday morning. tend.
commission meeting room. When no going to be held for and nothing else the Federal Revenue Sharing Plan, at and deficit spending. And we Sept. 13, in North Florida Regional
comments came forth, Chairman and that you were dictating how to geach that time this thing had not even been in Bradford County are tired of it too. Hospital in Gainesville after a lengthy
Norman ended the federal Revenue person could have a say. passed out to the people. We got it We sent a message not only to battle with cancer.
Sharing hearing. "Mr. Norman as a taxpayer, I resent after the Clerk went over it. In my Washington,but that was intended for The 22-year veteran at city hall had
Norman then declared the audience and dare that opinion it sounded like what youall been too ill to work for several mon-
that, I say,
must confine its remarks to the (See County Budget.... P.ZAI:
proposed everyboby in this room does. 'We have done, is that youall have decided ths.Funeral
county, budget, already ten- services are set tomorrow
tatively approved by the county commission -. (Friday, Sept. 18) at 2 p.m. in the
but up for the first of two First Baptist Church of Starke.

I Truth public hearings in Millage required(TRIM by) Bill.Florida's' The Speedville Rd. Next Oa. County Paving ListPlans City hall will be closed all day Friday -

next public hearing is set Tuesday, Sept. 19, in observance of the
Sept. 22, at 7:30 p.m. death of Clerk Edwards. J

No changes were' made in the to pave Speedville Road con Weldon Street between US-301 and Georgia Street from Grand east to Edwards succeeded the late Cferl L.
budget after the 1', -hour public hear- necting SR-100 and SR-21 In the Santa SR-16. US301.At Johns in October 1959. The two have
_ing.The 9.337 millage rate and the en- Fe Lake area in the southeast corner Lake Street, out to Weldon Street. the same time the county plansto been the only city clerks Starke has
=tire $3 million budget were approved of Bradford County, were set in motion Grand Street, from Weldon Street Improve and widen the Bessent had in the past 49 years.
again last Wednesday night. Monday, Sept. 14, by the county behind the Inspection station north to Road turnoff from SR-230 (East Call During his 22-year tenure Edwards
Questioning Property Appraiser commission. Georgia Street. Street).,, fought fiercely for the clerk's office to
.' publicly to get him to J.B. Ward presented maintain control over the various city THURSDAY, i 1 t7
about Engineer ..... ............ ..
..talk pressure to keep Increas-' plans drawn back in 1964 but never us .- "''''' -'''''-''- -o departments,as he interpreted the city ALL NEW GIRL OUTS
Eing assessments, Williams concludedthat ed when the paved road was changedto charter to call for. Edwards foughtthe Registration
= perhaps the state Department of run around Santa Fe Lake. Speed ? separation of the utility depart- I lit United Methodist Church
=Revenue Is to blame, not the county vine Road is be a shortcut to Melrose ment from his office and opposed the 7:30: P.M.
commission. from SR-100 east of Keystone Heights. city manager form of government.He !
-= Discussion centered around steadily The commission said Laura Church fought fiercely to keep Starke independent MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

rising property assessments, Road, on the road paving priority list to keep the city producingits BRADFORDCOUNTY SCHOOL
higher taxes for,some residents and for over 20 years and by-passed many own power. The veteran city clerk Board Meeting-:30 P.M.
the fact that the new $20,000 times, will be next, after the Speed-- was highly regarded by officials of * *
homestead exemption has taken an ville. the Florida Municipal Utilities CITYOFLAWTEYCouncil

estimated half of 1981 property Board members also talked about Association and by the Washington.D.C. Meeting-7:30: P.M.
owners' ,off the tax rol. Some paving Bessent Road from where the legal firm of Spiegel and McDermott
residents, whose' taxes were hard surface ends to Flume Road. for his leadership preventing the TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22
eliminated or substantially lowered Engineer Ward was authorized to takeover of small utilities by major BRADFORDCOUNTY
by the higher homestead exemption, look into the right-of-way problems on firms and by his efforts to return .
Budget Hearing'7:30 P.M.BRADFORDCOUNTY
were at .the meeting because they Bessent Road. Ward suggested the .c monies to the city via suits won in
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think they should, be paying more board have Bessent Road surveyed.The .. iii utility rate battles many of which ci
/taxes. $57,430 bid of V.E.Whitehurts 6 ty residents never learned. Board of Adjustments
Sons 'of Williston was accepted to ,i t. Edwards was instrumental In f:30A.M.SOUTHSIDE .
_- Merritt Williams Speaks 'pave what has become known as the 3 establishing a retirement system for>>
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I H For Beleaguered"TaxpayersStarke courthouse project. Other bids were city employees and was the driving ELEMENTARYPTA

E Insurance executive Merritt submitted from Columbia Paving, : p; forces behind the building the new ci- MEETING
15 z,
=Williams was spokesman for the taxpayers $61,120; Prime Contractors, Inc. of ty hall. C fel rla-7:30P.M.:
= Williams is trying to start a ,Jacksonville, $58,861, and Gate "i The veteran clerk who knew whatIt *.* * '* *
a''r'' 4 s
::movement ,to get a handle on the Asphalt- Co.,Jacksonville $61,246. .K 'r r r was to live through the Big Depression KIWANIS. CLUB MEETING
=growing tax burden,and would like to Board members were surprised h always kept a tight rein on city Larry Gaudet from
statewide .that Columbia ,Paving currently in spending. The city council always
=start a drive for a Proposl-, ia. .t4 .- Dean Witten ft Co.
:s=:tion 13, as was done in California. the area paving Crawford Road was ,counted on clerk Edwards to have Speaks on Tax Investment
= Chairman Norman's restriction of underbid for the small courthouseJob. L. money squirreled away when neededIn Credits .

H speaking only on the budget. bothered S emergencies. 12:00 noon Western Steer'
:: and insulted Williams. The commission :Street to''be paved retopped Include 'The senior city official was also a
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=: .wa .trying,, and,succeeded, inavoiding :, __ ___ sharp prognosticator of Starke voter BOY SCOUT
g ; ; confrontation, with tax.' McMahon Street behind/ the courthouse turnouts. ,
= payers. :The '.;, present board '' between Weldon and Georgia Speedville Road to be Paved Next... o. tH", Edwards won' the city clerk's job Stark Reglstratlon-U.OO School
..- remembers' the,session' three years ..Streets.v over Cliff Hazen back in October 1959, v Elementary ?
ago when: taxpayers.raked the commission IJ -A: new parkingarea on the north Engineer J.B. Ward esplains the right of way sltvatlon ewSpeedvilHe Road and was challenged only twice by I Isf+ Methodist orH'
over the coals about a 57 per silo: of courthouse;- the vest county secondary road to I be paved !. Commissioners' Homer' Hart; Carolyn Redgrave, in,,1963 and 'by ,' ". United Church
; Lawrence Mosley. E.W;Hodges, and Maiie Carters=Jr. :1; Charles Hardy in 1973. 7130 p.m.,


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Board InsensitiveTo that it might be higher. ,;' ..( ,!, ;I money that needs'to be collected In ." you Into; the office?, Wlliams'asked;' ;. i, of us'' /'Have bOOn IlamIng ,our.dl ComfyaComrriissMmers ..:
Page 1A "What I am saying is that ther! ,;*,was ", November'- '"am ware"< of the and maybe the County .'
." TaxpayersPeopleWilliams not a direct contact,made to nxv, Apt.,: ramification*.of'what'will happen. if I "Absolutely. That, 'Is, thg'laV' ;'": Commissioners: are not the ones to .:
replied: "You know I am that all the appraisers the,8 Ate..,) don't do( this".Mvsreastated. Alvarez said. blame,", ,Williams pointed out. '::
every level of Government right on afraid that you fellows have got a realized that an Increase ,, in, they: ., .' I. ," i ;.
down through federal state, county rough day coming, because I am go- assessments were necessary: ,(J U, for Appraiser Could Be. Who is to Blame Williams then softened his'stand :
ing to tell you something. The people be ((2) if the with, the county commission i;;
and city, and we intend for somebodyto the tax roll to accepted, Removed From Office Williams Questions
start cutting back and doing of Bradford County are sick and tiredof tax roll was not accepted by the Qept., Repeating his statement that a ti i
r tell'lls what "Well,...I want to make this clear,'
dictated they
to insensitive you
being by "Suppose
of the folks who statewide 13 is needed
something about it, instead of raising of Revenue, then none Proposition
back the
did whose
county commissioners."You would do if you' not do this. If you that we need to know
other Williams said will contact' friends i!
taxes all the time. live in County or any ? other
are so insensitive that you county in the State would be eligible said to the State Department of monkey needs to.beon.; In in other counties to see if such a drive : :
don't care what your taxpayers and Revenue that we are not going to let words it seems to me from what I ..
Williams Didn't Attend for an increase in state (homestead) can be started In Florida. :
constituents and the people who them dictate this to us anymore" have heard here so far that maybe all
Budget Workshops: Norman exemptions. continued."I .
elected you to office think. You won'teven "I can't afford to have the people in Williams
Chairman Norman replied: "I am listen to them when have
we :
my County not receive thier increase would be removed from office"Alvarez .
Mr.Williams that feel that All do Is make
sorry. you meetings. you want to state exemptions when 66 other said.
way. We have been working on this sure you have your way and dictateto on counties are receiving them. I can't To TheCitizens

budget for five weeks now and I have" the taxpayers of Bradford County affo J to let the tax rolls of Bradford By whom, Williams asked?
not seen you down here a first night. exactly what you want. County be turned down by the Depart
"Has anyboby been invited to "And I guarantee you.fellows; I ment of Revenue In Tallahassee The governor, Alvarez replied. :
come, or has it been known that you told you all three years ago when you when the people of this County needthe
were working" on this budget for five went ahead and passed a percent services that have to come from "Even though the people had voted "
weeks! Williams asked. tax increase in one year against the
"We had an ad in the paper," Nor objections of the people of Bradford 'of Stark'e ..:

man said. County, that there would be a reckon- Rummage Sale Sunday, Sept 20 "\r
"I doubt if anyone in Bradford ing day. There were five members of .
County knows that anyone other than the County Commission at that time The Starke Seventh-day Adventist to finish raising the funds needed to
the County Commissioners was invited today there are two members of those Church will be having a Rummageand build the new Seventh-day Adventist
to attend a budget meeting you five left; three gone, and I guarantee Bake Sale at the old Williams Church that will be located out on ::
know, until it has all been done and you if you fellows continue to be In- Jewelry Store on East Call Street this S-100 West. We are sure that if there is '\c11

decided"Williams said "1 have beenon sensitive to the way the people feel,as next Sunday September 20, from ten., anything that you are looking for you Words alone cannot adequately express my :;
many committees, and normallyyour you are tonight, there will be some o'clock in the morning until will be able to find it there, or at least .. ..
committees are the ones who do changes made next time, too. I can everything is sold. 1 something almost like it. Come on out sincere appreciation for your vote and sup-
the deciding of the budget and then guarantee it." There will be bargains on' next Sunday and find a bargain as you

you take it before the board or everything from cakes and clothes to help build a center for helping Brad- in electing me your city clerk on
whatever you are going to, to make State is Dictating tools and toys.. .ford County socially, spiritually, and port
the final decisions.The .' Action of AppraiserLater We are holding this sale in an effort physically. September 8th. I will work to reward your ::.:;:
chairman then asked if anyone -*
I else wanted to Clerk Gib Williams also said: "I think business affairs -11TJ
speak. confidence in handling the -
that the whole problem is that the people me by
Brown and his staff handed out copiesof
of this county or no other
the budget. understand the structure of what NOTICENOTICENOTICECITY of your, city government in a professional -

More Funds Sought goes things on, and and if you why were you sensitive do certain to manner. I will remain open to your I**

For City RecreationLavon what your constituents and the voters OF STARKE
Jackson, seeking more want, it looks like that each and every suggestions and be sensitive to the needs of

money for recreation, asked u federal one of you (commissioners) would 2
revenue sharing dollars can be usedto make every effort to all have a Occupational Licenses:- For The our city.
supplement the city Recreation meeting of the minds and an

Department? understanding. And that is what the Year 1981 1982 Are Due Again, Thank You for your confidence.
"You move so fast and while I was ,whole problem is about. .
trying to go over it, and I can speakfor "The people here tonight myself in-
myself that I agree with Mr. cluded, do not understand why we October 1 1981.
Williams, that you did come across continue to have increased Sincerely '
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(negatively), and I got my dander up assessments each and every year but :- ''lI.' '

to start with. from what I understand you are saying NEIL TUCKER : :
"I have a question as to why there is is that the Department of Revenuein ',
nothing on here as to why you would Tallahassee is dictating that to our YOUR CITY
not help with the recreation programs County Tax Appraiser. If that is the ELISE PASS

because there are a lot (of case then the only recourse the Clerk CLERK
county) children involved in that, and ple of Florida have is to pass a Proposition Deputy City :!'

to me you are helping({ keep them out 13, requesting a constitu-
of trouble, so you don t need so muchin tional amendment, to have home rule,
the Sheriff's Department. where we can do what we want to,

"Now when you get to the adults, each and individual county. Is that J : ? .: $
that is another" :thing but t1_ am.talking correct?. :: :

about the children,and I have been in- :'. ; '- ;*!. >:.'.:<
volved in it for quite a few years and DOR Does Pressure,
you know as well as I do, that the Farnsworth Admits"I : .:-; > :fe v *-.'
County does not contribute as muchas
don't want to be for
it should, and I was wondering if in talking _
anybody, but that is
the Revenue Sharing if there was basically what _
the bottom line is Farnsworth
something that could be done in that '
way?" answered. V:.* ''A **:*'

CPA Farnsworth explained that the Williams Questions '. !;'Vl'i"i'.; ;;.:' '; "Xsr't
county doesn't allow federal revenue
sharing funds to be indirectly spent Rising Assessments

that such funds are directly spent by.. .. "I understand.thatBradford, Cow," I .r
the county so a strict accounting can: ty's tax roll was one'of' the'first that, ,-*, dv
be made to the government...as.jrer/ ., ..was approv: d.MMl-Mta'Ve"n: fr M4i ;. '; i' :
qUire4<<( :: : :;::,i,JJ.rJttm.eQod.'autJlorlty| that Bradford
Mrs. Jackson asked: "You manyou County rolls are in better shape than

can't use Federal money for that almost any other county in the State Vn Il '
purpose! and yet we are continually going up
"No ma'am, I am not saying that at on assessment each year. This is the .' Jit
all. You certainly can but it would be third year in a row. And I am wonder-
difficult from a bookkeeping stand- ing why. I asked Jimmy this questionthe (
point for the Commission to use other day in private, and I would y t. ,nxso
Federal Revenue monies to give to like to ask him in public so everyone
secondary recipients" Farnsworth would know and the Commissionerswould t .
answered. be informed, too. I asked Jim- r

my if anybody was putting any 4
Williams Questions pressure on him to raise
Purpose of Meeting assessments?. I wanted to know if the

"What is the main purpose 6f>> this County Board of Commissioners was
meeting? Would explain that to requesting him to raise assessments,
because it looked like _
according to
the public Williams asked.
> these tax things that we got that the r4
"It's right here. I've read its the _
chairman answered. school board cut back their millage,
yet the Commissioners were the only _
"Read it
again, Williams asked. a

said Clerk the Gib meeting Brown, in required his own by words the, one.......who... To went get back up on to their if anyone millage.was _

TRIM bill, was to make any changesin putting pressure on the Tax Ap- _
the millage or tentative budget. praiser. He assured me that the Com- _
missioners did not put any pressureon
"Thank you Williams said, "That
him and he assured ; a _
me that the
gives me enough, then if anyone has -t. -
Department of Revenue in aYry -
any questions about the proposed ten-
Tallahassee did not put any M
tative budget we can bring it up v
him to increase assessment is that ti
right?, about millage about assess- r I' .
ment, or about anything else. I have correct Jimmy?. '*r or "i.
one that I would like to ask.
Alvarez: "Well:....No Sir, I....

Mosquito Control
Williams: This Year?
Reality Questioned"Would .

somebody explain to me, DOR Pressure
all about this mosquito control for Real. Very Clear
Bradford County? Is there such a
Alvarez: "No. Sir.,, I did not say
thing? Are we actually spraying for
that, I did that the ;
mosquitos in Bradford County? say County Com-
missioners did ..
"Yes Sir,"answered Commissioner not put pressure on me
Lawrence Mosley,who is in charge of to increase tax roll, but I don't recall ''rJ WnJ'1 rnUffllf Iu Jl,
saying that. the
Department (of
that program. Unable to get a Revenue) didn't, because it has been (Similar to Photograph)
helicopter to spray as in the past few '
years, the county has got its truck made very clear by the Departmentof ) rr
sprayer going again, Mosley said. Revenue, although they did not put
The truck sprayed last Thursday in any direct pressure, by saying Early American Wing.Back s.Qja
'Jimmy have increase
you to tax
the Brooker area and this week In the your
Starke roll, but it was made very clear to us
area. that unless the tax roll was in com '

county"We are over going every to day spray two the hours whole in pliance with the just value of law, or w/Matching Chair ..

and market value, that the tax rolls would .
the morning two hours in the
be turned down.
afternoon for the remainder of this .
month" Mosley explained."Is Choice of colors.in_nylon flock velvet
this the first month that this has They told you that this year?
been started? Williams asked. Williams asked.
"The first time this year" Mosley "Yes Sir. Absolutely"" the property S ThOF-A SCHAIR
said. "We usually spray by helicoptor And
but we had problems getting the yet you were one of the first
counties for the tax roll be
helicopter lined up so we got our fog- Williams approved r ,
truck back In and pressed.
ging operation "Yes Sir" Alvarez 49g
started spraying with It." Re g'S $?
"The reason that I was asking that "Have you got anything"in writing
question is that it looks like there is from Tallahassee on that?, Williams 49

quite a bit of money appropriated in persisted."No .

the budget for mosquito control and ," Alvarez said. $39995 L $199
to my knowledge I have not seen
anyone spraying for mosquito control
"How did make
they it clear to
in the last three or four years In Brad- "
? Williams asked.
ford County anywhere.The you E
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mosquito also Includes the
"We had conference _
a down in
county landfill operation, the com-
Tampa In
and the
missioners explained. February, Director "".
Commissioner Maxie Carter sud-- Indicated that the guidelines for this '

denly interjected: "I don't think this years tax roll would" be more str j
ingent than In
meeting is to talk about how bad the 1980 Alvarez explain
ed.! "He told us at that time that they
mosquitos are. used as a rough guideline, somewhere DENMARK FURNITURE
"Isn't that in the proposed budget?
in the 90
Williams asked percent ratio speaking of my
assessed values as compared to what \ tH ,
"They're in my back yard that big their study indicates. He said that
but that la. not what this meeting U somewhere in the 90 percent area .1 1 ,434,W. Call St. Starke. Fla

for," Carter insisted. I might not be acceptable this year, \f ,_ ,' ;,,1;".. f
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Tale .of Conspiracy and ,Intri .J.tevealed in Edwards.DmgrFri: : I, : ; tl'::)!. 1 ', ,

What may prove to be a week-long Govermtfent's.Rry so-called "star" son Hatfield. of Gainesville argued .. ,. Roy E. Kelsey. an Investigator. with ing lot and Wood opened his tae tnink, i I revealing' conversation between the
tale of conspiracy and intrigue hat witness, Robert Hackney (alias that the Government could prove con: the Orlando Police Department and a and handed Garcia an envelope'con- I 1 elder Edwards and Hackney was
entered Its fourth day in U.S.District Robert Hackett),and playing parts of spiracy without reference to "prior U.S. Deputy Marshall with the DEA- taming money for the marijuana sup taped by the'DEA on an airbourne
Court at Ocala In the trial of J.M. Ed- 12 among the 30 tapes undercover crimes" discussed by Edwards in first witness called by'Morris-told. of posed to be picked up later In Columbia recorder..
wards, Jr. and son Zachary;on drug- agents of the Drug Enforcement Ad- conversations with Hackney. Hat- undercover surveillance during In his .openingStatement( Morris
related indictments charging con- ministration obtained of conversations field said such material might be pre-i which tapes were made of meetings For some unexplained reasons the said'that during the conversation
spiracy import distribute marijuana between the elder Edwardsand judicial to Edwards' defense. (before Edwards' alleged involve pickup in Columbia was delayed and J.M. Edwards told Hackney about
into the U.S. The trial may run Hackney. After a three-hour recess, during ment) in Wood's home near Silver another abortive effort to receive' some' homegrown (seedless) high
into next week.It All but two of Tuesday's eight-hour which he studied case law in similar Springs with co-conspirators from drugs at the Orlando North Airport quality marijuana that he had on
was expected that highlights of session were used in legal skir- situations, Judge Scott returned to the Columbia South America.' went away. hand and gave the informer a one-
Wednesday's session before' senior mishing over how much, if any,of the bench at 2 p.m. with a ruling that a The According to Kelsey's testimony, pound sample. Edwards also showed
U.S. District Judge Charles R. Scott taped material should be admitted as major portion of the tapes was ad- with conspiracy allegedly started Dr. Wood then set up a meeting on Hackney and Martinez to a "landing
would Include evidence. Anders missable and a meeting on October 29( at Fort strip" near Brooker for the proposed
testimony by the Edwards' attorney provided evidence December 9 for Hackney to meet
relative to the case. McCoy when Hackney then living at "another man" at the Gainesville air. operation, Morris said. Zachary Ed-
Earlier in the day Judge Scott had Belleview. was introduced to Dr. port who turned out to be Edwards. wards was not charged In all of the Indictments
Wood and Jack Sasko who has an- and his role was to be a
overruled on oy Hatfield said that Wood. Hackney,
I I ..... objection Kelsey
Know. nounced his
Did You seeking to discredit the Government'schief would through lawyer that he Edwards and his son, Zachary, and part of the unloading team. Morris
Mrs. Maxie Carter,Jr. had surgery witness by citing Hackney'slong pleased guilty. another DEA undercover agent said.Dr.
Dr. and Mrs. Reddish of'
.Orlando weekend Greg of Mrs. last' Friday in Alachua General police record Including two Kelsey testified that late in Octoberhe Charles Martinez, who was a pilot, Wood, who will be tried later,
were guests felony convictions and of barbecue the air- was on the stand briefly Tuesday but
P.D. Reddish and and attended Hospital. a charge was contacted at his Orlando office met at a place near
the UF family "involuntary sexual battery" on his by Hackney who offered his servicesas port. Dr. Wood left apparently retur invoked the Fifth Amendment and
game. Mr and Mrs. Charles Bostic of twodaughters, aged 11 and 13, an informer. Kelsey said he provided ning to Ocala and the others went to said he would continue to do so
Robert Sandersonn and Miss Marie Gainesville and Mrs. Carl Sapp of Hackney is currently being held in the man with tape recordingand the airport. It was there that the throughout future proceedings.
Lascola of NY. :Starke spent last week with their Marlon. County jail on this charge. transmitting equipment, and
weekend Buffalo of Mr. and were Mrs. niece, Mrs. Larry Dees and family in In overruling Hatfield Judge Scott Hackney was subsequently paid
A.LSandySanderson guests Ringgold GA. and also visited in said, "The probity value of the ..,300 for his services including
Chattanooga Tenn. witness outweighs the objection. travel expenses.On .
When the jury was finally seated at
Mr and Mrs. Gene of Fair-
Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. Marty McAteer and 3 p.m., Assistant U.S. Attorney Tom October 29 Hackney and Wood My SincereThanks
burn GA. the weekend with his
spent children, 'Jennifer and Robert of Morris. conducting the prosecution left on a trip to South Florida trailed
mother One and
assisted, her Mrs.in Wiggins Pine Hayward,Cal. and Mrs. Fred Field of gave his opening statement outlininga by Kelsey who said he followed themto
into the
moving -Tampa are guests this week of Mr. conspiracy he said started with Dr. Yeehaw Junction on the Sunshine
Forest Apartments. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. at their Raymond H.Wood,Jr., Ocala dentist, Parkway where they met two Colombians -
Kingsley Lake summer home. late last October, and did not spreadto Ben Garcia and Alex Linero. To:
include the Edwardses until early The four men went on to Fort Pierce
LEILA DRESS SHOP December.The where they conferred in a motel park-
Jerry Moran Jr. left last week for .
Savannah Ga. where he will start his 20% OH on
new job as management trainee at CorduroyJ.an.

Hyatt Regency Hotel. Thur Bradford, Frl.Squara I Sot. Church News,...........................................

Frank Palmer Sr. had surgery last Shopping Starho Conlor United Methodist Church News

Friday Hospital.in North Florida Regional. Senior M.Y.F. will be meeting Carver Sunday evening. The topic of My old friends that worked and sup-
Mrs. Jewell Johns of Jacksonvilleand in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. the program study is "Cults". Bring a
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. visitedMr. friend. ported me in this election.
Carter in Alachua General
of Ormond Beach First PresbyterianYouth
daughters were
last Thursday. Mr. Carter,
Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. returned FellowshipThe
and Mrs. J.D. Seymour. Hallie who home Saturday.eye surgery BRADFORD My new friends that made the race
Youth .
Presbyterian Fellowshipwill
Seymour of Gainesville Joined the COUNTY TELEGRAPH .
be holding a retreat at the Suwannee -
family on Sunday. "'Wlahatlt'Y'Thunday worthwhile.
.Lyle Anderson of San Diego, Cal. Is
River this weekend. The purposeof 1130 W.Call Str...
spending this week with his mother,
this retreat is to calendar
lEILA'S DRESS SHOP plan our i Starko.Florida MWISocond
Mrs. James Barron and sister, Mrs.
for the coming The
20% OH on year. Fellowship'stheme
Corduroy J.onThurt. Janet Turner. for the 81-82 year is "Growing Clais poitoa paid at Those who didn't know me well enoughto
..M.S Sol. Towards One in the Spirit." We will Starko,Florida
Bradford Square Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs. James meet at the.church at 4:45 p.m. on vote for me, but cared enough to come
Shopping C.nt.r Blackshear attended the area Energ Friday, Sept. 18,and leave the churchat Subscription. ......
Stork. Conference at Cherry Lake. over the :5 p.m. We will return on Sunday In. trod......"'.DO par yoar out and vote.
weekend. afternoon, the 20th by 3 p.m. Cost per ".Gq ill months
Jimmy Wiggins of Jacksonville and person is $7. Any interested youths In
Mrs. Ode attended the Mrs. Fred Thomson and son, Todd
Wiggins 6-12 invited
grades are cordially to
Outtldo trad aroai $10.00 par year Jean E.
funeral of their aunt and sister-in-law, of''Tallahassee spent the weekend attend. For more information, please ".50. .months Milligan
Mrs. Mary Williamas in Hampton on with Mrs. W.H. Thomson and all attended call Shawn ,Stewart 964-7937, or
Monday. the UF game on Saturday. Melodie Wager, 964-5992. -HIlI
= Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins
JPteited their daughter and family Mr.
"lad' Mrs.,, Oler Crosby in Fort Myers NOTICENOTICENOTICECITY
Friday: to Monday.
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of the birthday remind those who have : 'j'' < ,
100th anniversary ,
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.I of Franklin Roosevelt, forgotten, or inform those who ': .. ','''i'-,' .

considered by many never knew what the New "J .,.,.\,.. 4' 1'. "
historians as the greatest Deal was all about, and how ;',

president of the U.S., at least many of its agencies and ideas 'y "

in modern times-if you'can are so firmly woven into the .

call the 1930's "modern." fabric of American today that, oQf

as Lippman points out, "no :

one, not the most right-wing

but right-winger wants toor : 1r

could, if he did want toturn ,
back the clock." /

"For just one example," _

says Lippman, "can you imagine -

even this administration -
trying to do away with

Social Security? Or repeal the .-

basic banking and security ,_ o ... ? L -"
reforms? The philosophy of 4 ,Irct N5

the New Deal may be under

assault..but not the core

achievements. Most of the

Reaganesque anti-New Deal I I

rhetoric is pretty empty. You -
can make a case for the argu-

WdFranklin .----'- ment that he is trying to Bradford Volunteer Firemen Will Vote MondayOn

O. RooseveltThe repeal the Great Society (of

President Johnson), but not

date is little more than Delano the New Roosevelt Deal ()of." Franklin Whether to Close the Doors October 1

four months away and, in a

nation that loves to celebrate
It is heartening to know that .. ,. "" .... .
anniversaries and observe Torn between a desire to continue It was repeatedly stated at the Mon-
special weeks and months, it the Smithsonian Institute in offering fire protection in the unincor- -: ::-.: day night meeting that other counties,
Washington is planning areas of Bradford County anda including Alachua and Gilchnst,have
seems natural to expect a big, porated
'- '---' :::::. established tax districts by ordinance -
observance of several exhibits and special conviction that they can no longerdo ... : special
well-planned offered ,. .... and are operating under
projects which may finally the job on the amount by .'- --
this significant day. obser- the County Commission directors of them. "Why can't we do it if they
into the
develop largest "
the Bradford County Volunteer Fire can? Harry Green, former BC
; Remember the President'sBirthday vance that the Smithsoninan Department voted unanimously Mon- volunteer chief asked. There were

Balls of the' 1930, has staged, with the exceptionof day night to recommend shutting suggestions that the firemen employan (
i f when the entire nation the Bicentennial. down their operation October 1 attorney who had drawn up similar
celebrated FDR's birthday "unless some change is made between ordinances for other counties to

: with gala events? Dollars As out Mr. now and then' prepare one for presentation to the
pointed by Lipp : County Commission, but no firm deci-
t raised at the parties went to man, FDR earned a place in volunteers' full membership sion was made Monday night.
fight polio, of which the President history in addition to His New will meet at their Starke Green said, 'We're worse off,

1 himself, was a notable Deal accomplishments. He firehouse at 7 p.m. Monday Sept. 21, ,' I. equipment wise, than we were 15 ,

victim. That was the beginning was commander-in-chief of to make the final decision. The fire -'- --.-,-- ,..,-- _. years .IDersonally think the peo-

: of the war on infantile the largest American military stations at Graham and New River We' '( I: tlittlnf;1 Volunteer Firemar, Say., f date ple of to Bradford the Commission County to gave give a us man-the
paralysisa continuing battle force before or since and the are under the jurisdiction of UtA BQ _. __ III A.
Volunteer Department and willilibAJbe A.t; .W money, and we ought to settle for no
that has been successful in leader of the greatest alliancein affected by the deci iJIQn.* AU ptIeIC) \( -, -) <* tLa" : 11 ess"1: 1 ,'>(<'..1 J
almost eliminating this dread history. Death denied him volunteer departments operate j independently 1 .. : of operating money, antiquated equipmentand;, the poupty'.cemmlaf. The volunteers:. eel.>betray'fid,>ia>-
disease that maimed the thetJaurelsuaLVictqry in that and wilT make their iw*" 1 I >n'.unwIUijngntvMa I Mtabllsb,a.*!lq*lax tli9tr|rrkJRAMes; t1 hw'novnolce!tnlt.AI SIrft} ++lgttw; 'osloA.3DtcAQAtnllfmr111is.waearedmlhe'tlnainthee -

r bodies of so many children* as most enCdri'jpassfngV of wars, decisions. a .. .IIi \, {$' 'dySfCtUHtf out of the(rfi Commission(Ightingbueln! Monday", tj,>(lf\delegnllim morning.\, /,The frpnvU>firemen> > >ooiiRlyiRiiiBCiMricMi are /l-r'! Barbara "'3-2 against levying a one-mill. wd"v.4Md property l -

well as adults. history'accords him the The BC department*was notJafM Ikcom. James Balkcom, captain of the New River Station: D. Bitch Green tax in the unincorporated areas for

: in recent weeks has the honor. He instituted the peased by a last minute offer ghee captain of the Graham Station; Norman Phillips lieutenant at the Graham Station support of the volunteer departments.
Only policy of collective securitythat County Commission to come up With ; Henry Thornton fire chief at Heilbron Spring; Robert Foster captain of Commissioners had said they would
FDR National Centennial is still the bedrock of an additional$10,000 for the volunteer the Starke Station and president of the Bradford County Volunteer Fire Department abide by the results of a straw ballot
Committee started gearing up American department budgets. Commissioner and Norman Dowdy lieutenant of the Starke Station. last fall, Foster said but a majority
to plan special events for the foreign policy over Lawrence Mosley attended the Monday reneged after the voters approved the
: Roosevelt centennial 35 years after his death. night meeting and told volunteers' Ritch Green said, "If the MSTU is on referendum but after October' I there" special tax district by two to one.*
year. he the ballot next September it will be may not be any volunteer firemen.. '
Politically speaking, can the Commissioners 'had informally ;
Compared to the observances When asked what ,the$cl1vrr Ai
be considered the father of the agreed in a discursion after their three years before any funding will Doubts were expressed at the Mon l Ii'
for other presidential greats, reach the firemen and that will be too should doiW.Jh ttJ'etJ( :'egbjpirye? t..aftgt',
atomic being the presi- regular meeting Monday, to come up day night meeting of volunteer directors OCofj
age, ,
this is somewhat late start. late. 1-'Comtussipng f (' g tf'M
a with another ,$10,000 from'some, that the countywide tax district Carte"'said l b 1
dent who authorized the vast t l'
Centennial observances for source. The possibility of asking the Robert Foster president of the would be approved by the-,voters I and '' h 'rt1' triY inp; '
Theodore Roosevelt and sums of secret money to build Development Authority to forego the Bradford Volunteers, said "We've all unless residents of Starke-'were '! taNaii' Aar *the ;Ww&I !
the.first atomic bombs. $10,000 budgeted forJt.J the ] talked about it. Let's just put it on the assured they would not be doubly taxed Wd Aili? % pmeij i
Wilson the mAancer
Woodrow and ses- fiscal year was menti quicentennial for Abraham L U 1 l.t2J.'t'lNu
Again, quoting Mr. Lipp the BDA 0 has not yet been 1J 'I"" --

Lincoln were carefully planned man: "There is another example At present the ,Confniission i ''ha-T -1
well in advance of their bir-
of FDR's impact on budgeted $16,700 for the six volunteer
thdates, with special commit- history and people's lives that departments in fiscal 1980-81, and the County AgentsNotebook By. ; Igo2 sit9yt
tees functioning in every additional $10,000 if mad available
has nothing to do with his f-i1-c BobbyTaylor ,
state. would bring the $ ,700.. ;" J
liberal economic policies. He ,
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According to Theo Lipp- more than any single in- A delegation of Fire Council atl d-y, "lo

man Jr., of the Baltimore dividual, is responsible for thenear ed were' regular Commissjonn 0 -"' l:"'
eradication of terrible meeting the possibility of a. J\'I\ .
Sun, only the state of New a ;
countywide referendum for a M ui While commercial production of themselves under our ndi
York, home of FDR, has an disease, infantile paralysis.He (Municipal Services Taxing U". strawberries is concentrated In a few lions. Our best commerc ty Is

organized committee, had polio. It was his foun- was discussed, but one nnm areas of our county they can be Sequoia. It will also dow N i Your ,
although it is expected that dation that raised the funds grown in home gardens throughoutour garden. ;., :. if.t. ,,.
area. This week I'll discuss ( '"
Georgia, where his "second for the research that producedthe ''*\' r; of'!'
strawberries and how
to them.
LETTERS grow It gives good yields, (adi'ruit and
home' was located at Warm Salk and Sabin vaccines. aWe
lots of resistance
to.8. common plant
Springs, will certainly havean By nature strawberry plants are disease called anthracnose,"''Besides

organized effort. "So, in additon to Social ,,#r< r. perennial. But for various reasons we Sequoia, the best varieties /or] this
the the membersfOrt.) Starke raise them as an annual crop in our area are Florida BeIey| ; Dover and
Tennesssee >
Security, ''
Could it be that this apparent Volunteer Fire.Department would area. The time to set new plants in the Florida 90. .' ,: ,
slowness to get ,under Valley Authority, public like to thank the many people! who garden is from October 1st through :: "7 ,
with observance of the works on an unprecedentedscale contributed so generously to the 1981 late November.: When winter comes We recommend planting'f" strawberries
way an and the creation of Jerry Lewis Labors Day,\Telethon,. the cool nights and short days will on raised beds which: ...?}twd' feet ,
birthday of the man who saved Thanks to you this has been the best the plants to begin 'a .
federal to cause flowering. wide and two feet artarftj The b
agencies oversee "' spaced ,,:- 1
from to date. nggers
the Utter year
Flowers formed after the last killing beds should be mounded they're six

despair and even possible thought activities to be always private or before state Also we would like to thank: The frost of early spring will develop 'into inches high along the edges and About Q'U1tq,1t.unty yl';! ) :; ) l
anarchy during the Great eight inches high in the '
and local Pastry Shop Pizza Hut Hardees and middtlj 1 -U 1
Depression of the 1930's is due President McDonalds for their contributions of 'begin S.\.umb8 (4)
to the current trend away Roosevelt left plenty to be food for our pledge center volunteers. Berry production and harvest continue In preparing the beds you 4*
from some of the social remembered for." Your contributions were greatly ap throughout the spring. As the with fertilization. For a 10 x 10 foot A.L. Driggers, Union County judge
programs preciated. weather gets warmer and the days strawberry patch, broadcast about 2 for almost 19 years died TUesdaylmorning
started byRoosevelt in grow longer the plants will stop producing 1/2 pounds of 6-88 fertilizer and spadein Sept. 15, in St. Vincents I
The Baltimore Sun writer
neededto Thank aU. into the soil. Then, form the beds
times they were berries and start forming run- Hospital after an extended Illness. )
get the nation back on its thinks the Roosevelt centennial Starke Volunteer. Fire De rtment ners. The runners take root and and apply another 2 1/2 pounds of fer Judge Driggers was first appointed!

feet when it was flat on its comes along at the .. := 'i'tl'l5L become new plants. Most home tilizer..this time in a narrow band to the bench in October 1962 by then-,'
back? perfect time. He believes that gardeners destroy these plants and about six inches deep down the mid- Gov. Farris Bryant to complete the
Americans who don't know start over again in the fall. dle of the beds. If you're just startingto uncompleted term of A.S.B. Brooks.
strawberries should also
Although the new administration FDR need to to know him grow you who died. :
get be include a complete mixture of minor
Strawberries can on just Driggers
grown was a graduate of Union
of President and that the enduring <;A1n elements in the first fertilizer
about all the soil types we have in our season County High School and of the University '
Reagan is opposed or, at best, qualities of his presidency :> area. Our sandy soil with a good quan-- application. 7 of Florida Colleges of Business

decidedly cool to many of the should be recognized. N af ACo tity of organic matter is the best.Strawberries Administration and Law, from which j
New Deal programs initiatedby like well drained soil When the bed is properly formed he received the BSBA and LLB

Roosevelt, the fact remains Thanks to Mr Lippman for ..--.,;: which is moist but not wet fertilized and moistened cover with a degrees. ', i j(
sheet of 1 to 1 1/2 mil black
and for makingthis ,7- He was admitted to law in
reminding us practice
that Mr. Reagan was a further suggestion "If The principality of Monaco o It's important to plant strawberry polyethylene plastic, This Is''the all the courts of Florida in- 1941 and :
great admirer of FDR 50 : ooniitts of only 370 acre*. varieties which have proven recommended mulch for strawber- was a member of the Bar Association
he has you would like to throw a birthday ries in our area. Then cut slits in the of the
years ago, although Eighth Judicial! Circuit and the
to the Hoover- ball in your home or plastic where the plants will be In- Florida Bar. '
now changed
serted. In the culture method we're
club favorite hotel next Judge served
philosophyof or .... Driggers one term in
Coolidge-Harding ... r discussing' plants should be set in the Florida House
"let it be" that blamed, January 30, or perhaps set up ; double rows..one row on each side of of Representativesand
for bringing :about the conditions an exhibit dealing with FDR rael{ p1! ; the bed about six inches from the ,Lake 10 Butler.years as mayor of the city of I

that made the New Deal or some facet of his presidency @ 'edge. Plants should be spaced 12 inches He was a member oftthe First Bap- .
in your museum, school, or apart In the row. Be sure that no list Church of Lake Butler where he'' '

necessary. >'" /,v hospital, or place of work, the plants are set directly over the fertilizer served on the board of deacons. He'
I ,"' *. n'FDR Centennial Committee ESTABLISHED 1i7' r, JMEMUR .. band down the middle o( the was a Mason. Shrine,Rotarian and a'!4

A generation ,or two, pf, would like to work with you;/ t..: v. toll O.f'f; CRCUSON JOHN M. MfL .E.t.! Publishers ,bed..because., this can' lead to salt. burn. American charter member of the local.
nov'reached Legion Post and He?
Americans have VFW.
and the address to write' is:' twfc KJ Meta""' .....,..4 mtorad ai*.c.*4<* .. Utt.r.the Be'sure to use certified, diseasefree wasa'veteran of\World War II and
maturity" enjoying; (f'the goodlife' Peter Kovler, Suite 1108, 500 1 C.*'r... Office M ......,'>!.. wd.t'Act" March S. HTfOvttU plants. Keep them' moist before was,awarded Purple Heart' i
and plant; in,'
without knowing .;If i planting moist soil. Survivors '
N. Include .
Ave. his Natalie
anything of the economic Ill. Michigan,' Chicago, 1vbectlpLr, r...ht'!" fr .... f f Per V..r} |S flu Month,_ '* plants roots In a fan shape. the Jones DrIggers; r -"',wife ';';' I "'*
despair and hardships of the ..,.... __.It P.r y.." U.*. *.W Month. ; the at the correct depth In J Funeral! aen-IC 8'wUl be held today'
., .......; '...- r soil and pack the soil! /Irmly,around
1930's.; Roosevelt's birthdayjt..a."JlIWAW Let's hear.it for FD'RId'o" '- 1 .'''''' the roots. (rrhursday. Sept 17) at 4 p,m. in the

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September 17,181Stephanie Page SA

Gina I I'1' 11 Bridal LuncheonFor
Brown and Randall Frazee Lou Anne Dubose

Wedding Held Aug..22 at Sty Marks ,The Social Side plimented Miss Lou at Anne a bridal Dubose luncheon was Saturday com-

Sept. 12, given by Mrs. Owen
i\ Miss Gina Lynn Brown,daughter of Alvarez, Mrs. Mazelle Dubose and
Mr. and Mrs. Millard C. Brown of Of TheSociety Mrs. Jerald Baldwin at the home of
i: Starke and RandaU Scott Frazee, son ,Gladys Mooty the latter on SR225.
\I of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Frazee of The two dining tables were covered
: Gainesville were united in marriage Editor, with Ivory linen cloths and centered
: Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. at St. Mark's by arrangements of burgundy and
: Episcopal Church with Rev. John M. 964.7608 News'r' pink floral arrangements in
i i Flynn performing the nuptials. 'Basketsilk of Light"candle holders with
:: Mrs.J.B. Green, organist and Mrs. o 0* pink tapers. Down the length of the
Mike Gaskins. soloist, presented a BiPP tables were garlands of greenery in
{r program of nuptial music. terspersed with pink tapers. Pink
Highlighting the altar were arrangements Woman's Club Has Program on Strip cupid place cards marked the seating
:} of yellow and white car- arrangement for the 12 guests. At
nations, daisies baby's breath and each place setting were hand made
pompoms. On each side of the altar Mining At First Fall Meeting Sept. 9 Itoff memento books of the bridal couple.
were standing arrangements of Jade Kenny Rodrique Among those attending were Mrs.
I' fern and leather leaf. On the altar rail Duke Dubose, mother of the bride-
was a garland of daisies and the pews Harold Hill was 'guest speaker at by the Woman's Club in the club Stephanie Hoff. elect, Mrs. Nancy Whitenouer
were marked with white bows and the Starke Woman 8 Club first fall building on October 16 from 11:30 Kenny Rodrlquo mother of the groom-elect, Mrs.
: yellow and white pompoms.The unity ,r. luncheon-meeting. on Wednesday a.m.to 1:30: p.m.at a cost of$1.50 each Rufus Alvarez, Sr. maternal grand
| candle was entwined with sprengerie. Sept. 9.Mrs. with fifty cents extra for dessert.The Engagement Told mother and Mrs. Helen Harrington,
1} Robbie Frazee attended his brother D.W. Whlffen, Conservation public is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Hoff of Te- paternal grandmother.Miss .
as best man. Ushers were Guy Hunt, chairman introduced Mr. Hill, who Coming events for the fall will in- questa announce the engagement of Dubose and Russell McCor-
I'| Adam Evans, and Kevin Whitlow. spoke on proposed strip mining by clude a Champagne Dinner and their daughter,Stephanie Elaine Hoff mick will be united in marriage
I Tina Brown attended her sister as Georgia Pacific of the Santa Fe Lake Fashion Show on Nov. 21, SeniorCitizen's of Gainesville to Kenny Jude Rodri- Saturday, Sept. 19, at 4 p.m. at Mur-
maid of honor. Seleeta Brown, sister- area. Mr. Hill summarized disadvan- Christmas Luncheon and que of Gainesville son of Mr. and ray Hill Baptist Church in Jacksonville -
i' in-law of the bride was matron of ... .5.... tages Including dust storms, pollution December Christmas Tea. Mrs. Alcee P. Rodrique of Starke. .
.. .
< .o problems program
( honor. They wore long yellow qiana r ". J j 'M'-r i <,"'' 'i Miss Hoff is a 1977 graduate of
gowns with accordlan pleats in front hauling peat, increased cost in county business meeting a luncheon was Jupiter High School 1978 graduatewith
and ;
Mr Mrs Randall Fraiee
I'I and spaghetti straps with matching government and existence of Santa .I served by Mrs. D.W. Whiffen. chair- pre-nursing AA from Palm Miss Cathy LeMIre
long Fe Lake being jeoparized. man and her committee: Mrs. Paul Wood
flowing Wayne
| cape. They wore Beach Junior College; 1980 graduatefrom
; bandeaus of yellow daisies and baby's The bride's table was covered with Each member and guest received a, Bridges, Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs. College of Nursing at the To Wed 19
breath in their hair. .an Army-Navy cloth over yellow taffeta reminder entitled "Are you Saving George Copeland, Mrs. Curtis Edwards University of Florida with a BSN Sept.
i j Attendants were Dara Frazee, and centered with a three tier Energy?" by installing fans, bung Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Mrs. W.S. degree; member of Sigma Theta Tau Miss Cathy LeMire of Starke and
: sister of the groom and Tami wedding cake decorated with fresh smaller cars, using diesel fuel, Haas, Mrs. Russell Norman, Mrs. nursing honor society, the honor Wayne Wood of Lawtey will be unitedin
: cousin of the bride. They were attired flowers. The cake was flanked by two ing car polls,setting thermostats conservatively -' George Roberts and Mrs. Glen Polk. society of Phi Kappa Phi, Florida marriage Saturday, Sept. 19, at 7
similar to the honor attendants and three-branch silver candelabras with and suggestions for The dining tables were centered Nurse's Association and is employed p.m. at the First Baptist Church in
: all carried nosegays of yellow and burning white tapers. Cutting the lowering utility bill at Woman's Club. with arrangements of yellow and as a registered nurse at the Neonatal Starke with a reception following in
I white sweetheart roses, carnations, cake were Mrs. Jack Reynolds, Mrs. and a Home Energy checklist. white chrysanthemums.Class Intensive Care Unit at Shand's the church Fellowship Hall.
baby's breath, pompoms. and yellow Curtis Bryan and Mrs Charlean President Mrs. J.D. Warren asked Hospital In Gainesville. All friends and relatives are invitedto
satin streamers. Johns, aunts of the bride. for the introduction of guests and the of 1939 Mr. Rodrique is a 1978 graduate of attend.
.: The bride, given in marriage by her The punch tables were' centered following new members were voted Bradford High School; 1980 graduate
I father, wore a white gown of organza with silver punch bowls encircled into the club: Mrs. Norman Conti, To Hold ReunionA of Santa Fe Community College.Pre- AL1IT TAP JAZZ ACROS:
over taffeta trimmed with Raschel with greenery and yellow daisies. Mrs. Leona Dukes,Mrs.Jenny Sikes, Class reunion is being organizedfor Engineering AA; presently a seniorat Ag. 4 and up. R.gt.troton! Mill
lace and seed pearls. The gown had a Presiding at the punch bowls were Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mrs. Lena the Bradford High School the University of Florida in Elec- op.n. Call City R cr.allon D.pt.
center panel Misses Eoline Green and Neva Flynn Daugherty and Mrs. J.T. Richardson. of If trical brother of
cathedral with graduating Class! 1939. you were Engineering; a Kap- 96046792Old Armory across from
with length train ,and Mrs. Dan Williams. Members attending the FFWC annual among those or know someone that pa Alpha Order and member of the In- high school or Dorothy Salatar
overlay of lace and Queen' Ann Following a wedding trip to Gatlin- fall board meeting at Lake was please call or write to: InezRosier stitute of Electronic and Electrical 9604-76.9/17"" 2tchg 924.Stump's .
neckline and Bishop sleeves. Her burg, Term, the couple is residing at Buena Vista on Sept. 21-23 will be Brice, Rt. 1, Box 516, Lawtey Engineers.A .
Juliet cap secured her finger tip veil Indian Lakes, Johnson, Fl. Mrs. W.H.Thomson, Mrs. F.J.Shaw, Florida 32058, Phone 782-3377. June 1982 wedding is planned.
decorated with Raschel lace and: seed The bride graduated from Bradford Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. L.T. Young,
pearls. She wore her mother's pearls High School and St.Johns Community Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. James'
and carried a cascade of yellow roses.A College. She is presently employed at Blackshear.
reception was held at the home of Florida Farm Bureau Enterprises in Mrs. L.A. Canova Community Improvement --
the bride where the driveways were GalnesviUe.The Chairman, gave the pur- gEwIut. : <
"decorated with tiki torches and the groo.m graduated from pose of the Community Improvement
..'walkway was lined with red hibiscus. Newberry High School and is program as improving quality of life
Miss Ella Hall kept the bride's employed by Putnam Waterfront, and announced: the next meeting of ..,....- .....--- --""- --
ti'book.. the committee will be held Sept. 28.
A lasagna luncheon will be served

y y>.. Dr. and Mrs. Hernandez Honor BatonTwirling Dept. Store

;;: Cuban Matron Dinner. Parties jgr

(I' Bradford Square Shopping Center
'" Dr. and Mrs. Carlos M. Hernandez Mrs. Oteiza and daughters of Lake Ci- Classes
entertained at two dinner parties last ty; Dr. and Mrs. E. Cinca, Dr.. and
week at their home on East Call Mrs.. Guillermo Pujadas, Dr. and Classes You'll Find 100's
Street for their annual celebration of Mrs. Albereto Santana; Dr. and Mrs.
the Lady of Charity, the Cuban J.M. Lopez and daughter, Dr. and beginning
Matron to all Cuban Catholics. Mrs. A.Vergara, Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo I Of Items At
., On September 7, which is the actual Miranda and children Dr. and October 3nQualified 'ij Selection I

sday of The Lady of Charity, religious Mrs. D. Arteaga, Dr. and Mrs. and experienced1instructor ".r uw Bargain Prices
Estraviz, Dr. and Mrs. Romeu and .
,activities took place at midnight. t,
Father Rooney of St. Edwards Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo Campaneria ofJacksonvillel'Mr [ ,;, Reasons: iha.1 "rwt'"Q.I:. :11'.4' I' r. "u.

Church was present.. ) :'and Mrs'Orlandrf' Itl, dudeJ\B! 4r I"'U.1C N d -,:+,+,.,. jl"1JU''I"'I" ...! 'b;: 1r'.r .&... iai J .. ,
HutaItJo'dIl'MendllMii\f'Mfd db' .. '0 7 ; g (ab,,
-I 1(Vhetiinlng'tafcte' cdvferddwlWahSevnlianbce&othrand : ; rt +
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'ccrileftttwith' a4IMt>8ftdtMtsl'Rl' 1\\It'II'V..P\ iSifl t 919 rj''Del! innertandAdvanced'Twirling ;: : Men'sJEANS o'n't
t .
.an arrangement of yellow mums and 'of Orange Park. +, I I.
-gladiolus, which was a gift from Mr. \ :
and Mrs. J. Stephenson.Other flower *, Marching t; 'QI Miss Out
(arrangements at points of interest in Mrs. Dance routines
:the home were from Dr. and Mrs. Leona Orlffla Englishhas Basic Drills
-Goyenechea, Dr. and Mrs. A. Canfux been transferred from i
'Dr. and Mrs.H.H.Adams and Dr.andMrs. Two batons, hoop and % On These
Lake to'
Cossio. Tanglewood, City Fire baton $799
Among the other visitors were: Dr. Starke Nursing Home. All
and Mrs. F. QutleiTez"Dt. and Mrs. friends and relatives are For information please call
M..Terrado Mrs. Sandi Melvin at SUPER
"M!Cossio,Dt''and Mrs. invited to visit her while Selection
Wacclennyj; Dr. and Mrs. Dieguex,
of Raiford; Dr:and Mrs: Goyenechea there:' between hours I(ft-Zpm '
Lake City; Mr. and Mrs.;,T. Mlxon.MrrandMrs. **nws* **.- < > jJ snfJ J. Stephenson,JQrand ItiJ dls .. l' I'.I BUYS
Mrs''.'+Cahrux,'Mias Nadima Canfux of, .I ')81r: .. J!.
tarke. and M'S.,.and..14 a.p; SPECIAL OFFER! ,

"',"1t Ilinji,\1 ot.orange'A.<....... rt...%' ;'f: ,3Ms ,m..'t.1,f1..1an r- 'g). !::1'Dess' : {i 1 1'e' Day
: J' ?)\ r" ,', : nl\ .t)\t-lub9i I:! (\?
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,"' {.Satufday r tldlorThe.Lady, Sept. 12, f .f: .,PG nts r

rra; table war ,1! -b rte lbnuo7:: a II''t Only
.rkSetxtotii and [ ,. .
V\flg' : ChipperDinners -eiminoD 7aluhs .
en tjOfyei: )lhdrzzoq 9'dJ r1A
.:_d1 Naf" "t01 rc1Ubn. 1
peas 'J s Sat. 19
i'served at both I 1 ixsT 89i'l: Sept
bn4 (tJ $ 9 9'
>bead'and rice casaet.m- '
t l>ln)'111. ,110 1:.II+ 8
';roast: ;ham*' chicken .a '
rU\das'> \ lsldheat and' '( \
Imp.and chinejef vegetabjes.and r
__tieroua' d {Uelaus. deserts front I,
Pan' andCreo 'bread pudding,) 11\ -m'! p
astelitos da Guayava to date!coconut1 .
Its\ &nd chocolate fudge( withynuts' ,
and coconut'made by Mrs. Margaret IJ Only 20 Left
Howard and Florence M rea.;The eik .
tree was,all prepared by Mj s/He- ."" ,,+. '
'' .: 'I Men'sSuits
tande2 ... s it' ..
Kf >I
Among the guests Qn Sept. 12 wfre:I 4'7tua.
Dr. and Mrs. Brush olGalnestUl
Dr and Mrs. H.H Adams, pr. 1I r > '.
Mrs. P. Felos, Dr.'ahd Mr's""J.'Sarh. "
ofMen's '
tinoranont, Dr. and Mrs. A. Canfux. eJection/ f I
and daughter Nadima, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
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Stephenson, Mrs. A.J. Barry and '
son Andrew, Mr. and Mrs..T. Mixon, Shoes I
Mr. C. E. Osteen, and Mrs., Grace( 40 %
Beal of Starke; Dr. and Mrs. M. .
Cossio.Dr.and Mrs. F.Gutierrez, Dr. .
and Mrs. M Terrada and daughter. %
Lourdes, Dr. and Mrs. A. Garri and 250/oto50
daughter Carmen, and Dr. and Mrs. -- Off

J. ,Jimenez of Macclenny Dr. and "3,. ,, 6 r 4v
Mrs. R. Agodal,of Tampa; Dr and

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With Chipper Dinner you get: = = .

2 fish filets !fresh; creamy cole slaw f' -

e hot crisp french fries ,hush puppies of
SUNDAY MONDAY &TUESDAY ONLY 'f."r ;f... Selection I

James Craig 8amauillas :
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Keith and Carol Barnauskas of Captain B's Shirts .
Raiford announce the birth of a son. *
James Craig, born'Sept. 10 In Riverside l\\\1I\\\ Dept. Store
Hospital) Craig joins an older Isealoed'ha1l1burpn& : 99
brother, Casey,' who celebrated his \\1.. $
6th birthday on Sept.9. tm i1 4.. ,y,:, e" 9 9 7 Bradford Square ;
Maternal grandparent are Mrs. 4n Shopping Center
'James Nadine-Frame J. Gibson of Milton Paternal annd the grandparents late-' > 7 ; .' l\\ I ', '. o "\' to J t t.y

are Mr. and .Mr*. Charles .
Paternal' :. like you like.it!: ; e ': -- -'- =-= r
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_' _' __,.'_" 'J!!_'. _,., .. __ ; ......_ & OJlt" : : a,;t._,,__ __ Festival
? Wintq, '-HolldayArts Crafts

I To Be Held At St.Marks Church "

.. St. Mark's Episcopal Church booth of handmade crafts for sale
I the first Homemade soup, Chili, and sand.
I grounds will be the site for
c.I will be sold.
II Arts and wiches
I annual Winter-Holiday
II I Crafts Festival scheduled for Oil, watercolor, pottery,
December 5th. photography, leather craft, stained
In addition to the many artists in- glass, wood sculpture, and many
vited to participate, St. Mark's other arts forms will be displayed for
; "Episcopal Churchwomen will have a the community's enjoyment and pur
entertainment"will be featured
.& ( Syr i w 1 + ti Alpha Gamma throughout Live the day A "kiddie art"
t i. \ Planning Meeting booth will be available for childrens'

: Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha enjoyment.Local encouraged to
1kV.J It artists are par
Delta met Monday
Kappa Sorority
ticipate. Applications (no fee) will be
night at Western Steer Steak House
the church office
+ for the first fall meeting with Mrs. available ,
14. Additional information
George Loper presiding. be obtained by
may callingthe
the meeting
Attending planning Senior Warden,.Peg Stanwix-Hay
R *S+: i46 i r r.i were 25 members.The .
t>. .S sorority meets the first Monday at 468-2760, evenings.
of each month. The next meeting will
be Oct. 5.
Champion Family

Homemakers( Club Reunion Held SundayThe

', < ;" 'r.p... Has First Fall home of MI'', and Mrs. Leo
."" '>'oi:4: .......' 'R... '. Meetingthe Champion was the setting for the
..-. ,!"/ -1'f' .a Fr.1r .. ,) ."-..... Bradford County Champion family reunion and
.. .:,... ,;::;.. .t d .,a "r.. 'J \"- ",, "rry .. .. \r. Homemaker's Club had a program on covered dish dinner held in the yard
Christmas ornaments at their first and garage on Sunday.
Presbyterians Dig In... h fall meeting Thursday;Sept. 10 at the Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herb
Key. representative of the Siiwannee Presbytery; Bob Paterson George Agriculture Building in Starke, Nelson of Keystone Heights, Mr. and
I ..On their drive for a new educational building.Taking part In a groundbreaking Copeland and Lillian Stump members of the Building Committee. Rev Cliff Lane Tenly was in charge of the Mrs. Harry Purvis and son of
,ceremony Sunday after worship services were (I-r) Shawn Stewart, youth McLeod. pastor of the church, and David Montgomery, member of.the Building meeting and taught those attending Alachua, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson
coordinator; Maria Wallace, chairman of the Education Committee; William_ Committee. how to make interesting ornaments and family, Mr.. and Mrs. Bill
with human looking faces on them. Dean Thompson and daughter and
Each one of the members made one of Tim Thompson and Miss Karen Smithall
the Christmas ornaments with Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
I Presbyterians to Build New Educational BuildingLast materials being cloth, nylon hose and Thompson and Mrs. Don Champion,

poly-fill. Jr and daughter.of Starke.
Tentative plans are for the
Sunday, Sept.13, the First Presbyterian Church of Starke held a ground The building has been made possible by having an active building fund,kept workshops to start again in October.
breaking ceremony for its new educational building.The for several years. Gifts were made to this fund through wills, memorials, per- The next regular meeting will be
membership of the First Presbyterian Church has already paid off the sonal property, and regular tithing, says Rev. Cliff McLeod. 4 held on Thursday, Oct. 8. Everyone is More SOCIALS P 13A
Fellowship Hall and has contributed $88,000 toward the new educational "Yet,most of all we are thankful unto the Lord who has joined us together and invited to attend, regardless of race,
building, where Sunday School will be held.$24,500 more is needed to pay for the given His gracious word to share. It is our prayer that this building be used to !sex, religion or national origin.
new 10 room Sunday School building.The God's glory that many people may be nurtured by the knowledge and admoni-
new building will be located next to and just east of the existing tion of the Lord," Rev. McLeod states. '
Fellowship Hall. The 10 rooms will contain kindergarten through adult Sunday The historical First Presbyterian Church, built in 1888,'is now located at the
School classes, a resource room and expanded office facility. A corridor will 1 intersection of East Call Street (SR-230) and Bessent Road, across the street REMODELYOU
divide the rooms on either side, and the building will include proper restoom from the Bradford County Hospital.The church was moved from Cherry Streetin
facilities for children and adults, sinks and closet space in many of the rooms, Starke to its present location in 1978 in an expansion of the sanctuary and
and chalk/tack boards. educational building. HOME NOW!

Mrs. Herbert Thomas Elected Mrs. Louise Crosby Celebrates BirthdayMrs. Don't let your energygo

President St.Mark' WomenMrs. out the
Louise Crosby celebrated her Panama City,several great and great
birthday Tuesday, Sept. 8, with her great nieces and nephew.
Herbert Thomas was elected Elected to serve with Mrs. Thomas family at a luncheon given by Lorene Mrs. Crosby is a retired schoolteacher \ window this
president of the Women of St. Mark's for the year 1931-82 were Mrs. Ken Masey. having taught in and around! ,
Episcopal Church at the meeting neth Grider, vice-president, Mrs. Attending was her sister, Gladys Starke for 37 years. winterWindow
Tuesday evening Sept 8, held in the James Blackshear, secretary Mrs. Weber of Jacksonville also from A birthday cake, singing and social
Parish House. Mac Baldwin, treasurer and Mrs. Jacksonville were Mrs. Crosby's time was had by the family and
Flossie Prescott. worship chairman. niece, Mrs. Gene Joiner and five guests.
Mrs. Beth Bobo reported on plans children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber
Mrs. Charley Johns for a bazaar to be held Dec.5 and ask- and four children and Mr. and Mrs.
Has Surprise Birthday ed that all members attend a covered Jim Phillip and son, Justin from ,
dish supper to be held in the Parish Sale
Duplicate Bridge
Luncheon MondayMrs. House Sept. 20 at which time a Miss Cathy LeMire
will be held. Club Results ,. /
Charley Johns was pleasantly workshop Shower Honoree ;.-. "
surprised at luncheon given for her Charles and Betty Riddle 1 were the -. at our cost
Monday on her birthday by Mrs. Miss Cathy LeMire, Sept. 19 bride- winning couple at the Duplicate ,
Carolyn Redgraves Mrs. Bernard Lee Family Reunion elect was honored at bridal shower Bridge Club quarterly tournament /
Jacobsen and Mrs. Douglas Hardy at Sunday, Sept. 13, given.by Mrs. Tuesday night. Margie Thomson and
the home of the latter. Held Saturday William LeMire at the mobile home of Evelyn Griffin were second; Tom I -. rTh ,
The'dining room table was covered !'t The Lee famll ogether 'was b! rs. Ribert Brice in La t..y.Loif.n Roward and Jack Burnette were '"
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with*a,Jsilk.embroidered; cloth rand held S. urtl yJSeWjW;! aWibifeiWof t1.rolored crepe" paper: tr..me thirdte1. !..anQ aiKd "'" i
centered' with ah pastel 6fIW floral'dr,*".. Mr. and Mrs..James WU ri"Ue4at, CGeorge's :.t... re&ittiiJ, Thh rele.. ', .! Johli lt1na aQdtJec\y} \ IIIradA ec
rangem'ent. The two dining table 1\ Lake in Putnam t 7oom. 1 t 1"'I51 tiedTorBftdae i rt .
the Garden room were covered with was covered with a whit JmiMllJ players are welcome to play
Mr. and Mrs.
cloths and centered with Attending were. and centered with wedding bells'
Michael Wayne Lee and sons, with the club which meets every Many Windows "
friends attended
arrangements of roses. Christopher and Jason Nancy Karen Approximately 25 Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m. at Pratt St.
Sixteen friends of Mrs. Johns between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. Recreation Center.
Lee of Lawtey, Rev. and Mrs. WalterH.
helped her celebrate the occasion. '
Lee, daughter, Eleanor Elde Lee Sliding Glass Doors
and son Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wayne
Kitchen ShowerFor Lee and family Robert and Jason. Notice of ,

Andrea Eaves High All School.the children attended Bradford Budget HearingThe Bi-Fold Doors

Miss Andrea Eaves, Sept. 25 bride- Town of Hampton' has ,
elect, was honored at a kitchen tentatively ''
shower Wednesday night, Sept: 9, Starke adopted a budget for 198182. A public hear- Everything Marked .
given by Mrs. Dewayne McRae, Mrs. Country at our cost
Jay Carver,Mrs.Charles Johns, Mrs. Club News ing to make a FINALDECISION on the budget
Eston Jordan and Mrs. George Hug- lAHf bflflO i.jno
gins at the home of the latter. Don't forget to make your reserva- AND TAXES wiJTHbr held on Tuesday.
tions for cocktails and dinner follow !!!
used Potted at points plants of and interest greenery in the party were ing the Florida-Georgia Tech game. Septeml&r 29, 198J 1, M 7:30 p.m. in the City

rooms. The refreshment table was Cocktails are at 6 p,m. with dinner Hall, Tawh of Hampffi) Fla. .
covered with a lace cloth and following at 7 p.m. on Saturday, .
centered with a bridal arrangement.One Sept.19. ,--..-Z Jl .
If haven't been to the Dancer-
game was played and a prize you
awarded. size group meeting on Tuesday and Lori Brooks
The hostesses presented the Thursday from 5 to 6 p.m. it's not too
honoree with a wooden walnut stain late to start. Town' Clerk
recipe file) as a memento of the occa Please pardon the mess in the i Madison St, 9640535
clubhouse and lounge. Many Improvements Orf! Jack Whipple & Associi s ilr! f
sion.Dotie McRae assisted in serving are being made and we ____ '-1 ,.H ___ I
Twenty-five guests attended between especially want to thank Steve Hayes I II I
the hours of 7 and 9:30 p.m. and Robert Ward for their help.

Thank YouTo

the voters of Hampton. I would like to I-

Thank You for voting for me on September 8th as

one of your councilmen. I will do my very best.to

serve you for the next two years. ,

Duane Lee Mitzel

(Hampton City Councilman) *

& FamilyPREFERRED *,

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A funeral service is a most personal expression of ar Downtown Starke e NrYHD8 i
tribute. It should be planned according to' in-

dividual wishes. That is why we at DeWitt C.'Jones ;
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Funeral Home go to great lengths to assure complete 19 '

: freedom of selection Selections are made In ,
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reason that for more .than 65 years ,so' 'many: va1A .. .". ",0'. .Y for\ 409 ,:

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I Page lOA TELEGRAPH September 1 17... 1981 ... .. .. .._ . ...._. .. ... .. ...- ......-.-.----,-----------.--.-.- ...- .,.
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NOTICE.ORSBUDGET HEARING : 10-317-SOO City Gtieatc-lyuicacaalot?cr.5.' ,00gt. ., 5,
r..."Sn.g tc.:r 11''Vl""" 1 1
\ VMv, : -:l,1\ : :;: 10-341-530 C1e (qf .Gptatigpcsipts.:: ,60,000:001 \1. 39,342.oo
1 The Bradford County Board of'County. Commissioheiftehearing: for the FINAL PROPOSED USE 1

J Y'eztalt Tic3ttte Fees, 2,000.00 \ ,1131Lp0 4689x00..
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of Federal Revenue Sharing Raids In the amount of $231,517, which the County 459.00! 41...OO 1
iContkLssloner's 10.32-100; :Canty Ubrary Fined.. 7Q0.00. ? "r ,

;'expect to receive for'. the fiscal year rendingt''Septenber1'i51t1982.'':! t 10-361-100, Interest. Earned-InvestlnS\t: 10'000.00 '. '6.557.00 t .443.00, .. 1
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., < : : 04 *''\; 00 .00 2
'. Taxes .00. .
10-361-380 From ,
1't Intereat Property _, : ;i'
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1981 .
MEETING DATE; ; TuesdaySeptenber 22,' '.' .' : ., \ t.1x362100 : 1
M. Rent. 7,000.00 4.590.00.' .2,410.00

7:30 .. 'J'' ."., j ,'' I 1
:. p.m. .00
?'I ; ? L1 10-366-100 Oatdbut1on: to Ubraxy' .00 (

MEETING. PLACE t Bradford County Courthouse Conmiss loner's Room #129.' 10.369-400 RelJJbursemmt: or \efmd 5000.00 3278.00' 122.oo. 1
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10-369-900 Other Miscellaheeuu: Fees 300.00 197. O 103.00 1

A HEARING will also, be held at this time on the FINAL ADOPTION of the County
10-370-900 Prior Year ecepits .00 .00 .00 1'IOrAL..EST'JMJ1'm

Budget for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1982. ALL Interested citizens
i r i ) RP.VENlES 1197801.00 882.376.00 31S
10-399-100 LESS 52 D18caDt ((5989O.00) 44,119.00 15:771.SZ .
are Invited to attend these two: :: hearings. Any citizen has the right to make 'IOrAL..ES'lHf.11DLESS!: 1,137.911.00 8J3,2 1.00 299.654.00
!"',"'! 10-581-910 1FANSFFR! IUI1DDC! RESERVE 105.000.00 68.848.00 36lSZ.oo 1

written oral conrnents with regards to the proposed use of the funds before i to AL.. .. .. . .ESTJHAl'ED/'I'RANSFERS 1.242.911.00 907, '00 335,806.00
or ____ 45 071.00 1'lOI'AL'F.S1'JHA'1'EI
','! ."}' .. ... .. .UINa. CASH 130.905.00' 8 .8.00 ,

the County. Comnissioners. Final Adoption of the Budget for 1981-82 Budget Year...,' ) REvk2JLLFS TRANSFER, CASH 1373816.00 992939.00 380,877.00millage

.,x 'i. ( Levied 'Iast Year .879-----Eatfmsted This Year 5.456) -

E. L. Norman Gilbert S. Brown Esther B. E1lE son

Chairman Clerk of Circuit Court County Finance'Directc)1 BRADFORD COUNTY> .' ,

I .., GENERAL FIN I "i r ,. '1. .". .:r '
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1. POPULATION ( as of April 1 1980)
OOlJNT"" (unincorporated) 13,130 65.57%

BROOKER 429 2.14%
HAMPTON 466 2.337.LAWTEY 10-21-511-11 County Commissioners
1981-1982 Salaries 49,935.00 32742.00 17193.00 1
692 3.46% I

STARKE .5,306 26.507. 10-21-511-12 Switchboard Operator 7,000.00 4590.00 2410,00; 1

10-21:511-13 Other Personal Services 10,000.00 6557.00 3443.00 1
TOTAL . . . . . . . . . .20,023 100.00%

10-21-511-21 County FICA Taxes 3900.00 2,557.00 1343.00 1
65.57 :
.. '!, 6,668.00' 1
/- : 10-21-511-22 County Retirerrent 10,170.00 3,502.00

f 10-21-511-23 Life and Health Insurance 4500.00 2,951.00 1,549.00 1

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.' 10-21-511-24 Worlanan's Ccn'pensation: 15,000.00 9,835.00 5,165.00 1

2. ASSESSED VALUATION ((1981 Tax Roll) 10-21-511-25 Unemployment CoIrpensat1.Jn:: 2,000.00 1311.00'4 699,00 1

10-21-511-31 County Attorney 15000.00 ,835.00 5.165.01
COUNTY (unincorporated) 156,257,021 76.88%

BROOKER ., 1,064,981 .52% 10-21-511-32 Ccounttnp/AuditinR EXp. 35,000.00 22,950.00 12,050.00 1
HAMPTON 1,148,787 J .56%
IAWI'EY 2,635,552 1.307. 10-21-511-34 Service/ tntenance treemts 10,000.00 6,557.00. 3.443,00 1

STARKE .; ._ 42.149.151 20.74% 10-21-511-40 Auto Allowance 6 Travel 3,000.00 1,967.00 .1,031,00 1

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TOTAL 203,255,492 100.00% 10-21-511-41 Camatication Cost/Services 31,000.00 20,321.00 107,1.01)" 1

(.-Q" 10'=21-511-44 11M Copier: T.L'3Se APreement 1452.00 952.00 500.00 1
', .,1' I" leif.kt h .6 4s/lMintenance' Exp.id: i251000sO0(3 Y J$4M1)16J392400'SrKCui4'A81gf1t1$ { :: 1
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I ,, ranyr,'h"+ d :. .HI ro'.j ,1-......-,", 1y000,00 656.00 144.00 1
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10-21-511-49 Subscription/Advertis 4,000.00 2,623.00 1177.00 1

3. EITHER TOTAL UNINCORPORATED OR TOTAL INCORPORATED AREAS 10-21-511-51 Office Suppl es/Materials 20,000.00 13,114.00 A86.00 1

10-21-511-52. Data Processing Supplies 5000.00 3,278,00 1.7.!!::! ,00 1

10-21-511-54 MenfJership Dues. 6 ilcxks 3,000.00 .,96.p0; Op11Q1)1
4. ELECTIONS (registered Voters as of __September 11. 1981 J ," ..-',
10-21-511-67 Equirm-'I1t Switchboard Sys 4,690.00 l 3015.00 1,61'.00 1

COUNTY (unincorporated) 4,492 58.54% ". .. .1J.'" .6U :1\ GOs.- p-Ol
10-22-512-11 Clerk of Circuit Salary 9,85100' J.OO .3Qt..OO 1
123 1.61% :
HAMPTON 200 .61% 10-22-512-12 Circuit Court Asst's Salaries 64,187.007. "" 'lZ'trfii42,087.00OQt1On
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I.AWI'EY 400 ---'S.21X : (O!: I MI)
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10-22-512-13 Other Personal Services0
STARKE 2.458 z.It ,Io-(32.03% 1.011,00 1o9StTOgtoMt
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10-22-512-15 C/C AcCU1Ulat VIS Exi,;;" \ 5.700.00 3.737.00 1963.00 1
TOTAL 7,673 100.00%
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10-22-512-21 Circuit Court FICA Taxes r 5,000.00 bsisYOgYO&,2 ; 1.700 1

UNINCORPORATED AREA Ago1gqA JA9 .54X ., ,1'1'. :.>9ms.: 9"1CJjnl 001-lot-Of
10-22-512-22 Circuit Court Retirement 9,1000; 5967.00 3, HlOO 1t

INCORPORATED AREA 'n. aa:: ,\;t ',...! ,; :, 41.46 10-22-512-23 life and health Insurance alObOO t euosnafrq:>a1Mx1iO 2,492.00 OOI-t 1,101'1.00? QOE-OC? 1

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,S'l'; ;,, , ,. 10-22-512-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 1,200.00 Cl3TAt1iTc'-iW-a
,:,..,. :r <.1 ''''.,H'> ( iruioaalOlZ: '':! OOll.l' t'JUt: 1
'" .. 10-22-512-51. Circuit Office Supplies Booo.oO I2 ? aI\ilTCltIH? h 6.1fl, ,W 1
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TO ALL UNINCORPORATED AREA '. ,..,. ..:t.''::, ;, '", mxr-65.577.: % -22-512-64 Circuit F.quirm.'nt over $100. 2,000.00 NA'LjA19O: \ Cl3TJ\MI\ 191 ttT 1 Iacatwri

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TO ALL INCORPORATED AREA o.or-f.8t-34.43% ', -
J ACrolNl'TIT1E TOTAL a ttriy I Na RPORATm I 1'ft> K
;I .-8!: t. 1

,TOTAL . . . . .i. . . . . . . . . . 100.00% 10-23-513.11 Clerk of Finance Salary ;7b19r8L00( 6,463.00 3,394.00 1
'' '
'. 10-23-513-12 Finance Dept. Salaries '3 1
BRADFORD COUNTY W<> : r' t 20,540.00 10,786.00 1
'l2f I
ESTIMATED REVENUES 10'723-513-13 Other Personal Services ;bbobb 1,967.00 1,0).00 1

4'I, 10-23-513-21 Finance FICA Taxes 2,850.00 .l fi9981.00 1
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ACCOUNT f ACCOUNT TITlE TOTAL RUNTY UNINOORPORATED INCORMRATED K'Y' :.." 10-23-513-22. Finance Dept. Retirement 5,400.00 3541.00 1.1'159.00' 1
.rr .J" ,IJ' ;t.4tietr: Cd. '
10-311-100 General Taxes ,10-23-513-23 Finance t.1fealth Insurance 1,700.00 1115.00 585.00 1
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5.456 on 156,257,021 852,538,00 65 ,431.00 197.107.00 2 Ii
10-2 -513-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 1,000.00 ''' 656'O[ 344.00 1
.. .. .
10-320-100 Contractors Registration 10'0.00.' 66.00 : j
3.Ofbrrx.1-- I, 10-23-513-51' Finance Office Supplies 4000.00 .'2623.00 I 1)77.00;: 1

10-321-100 Occupational Licenses Fees .8,000.00 8,000.00 J 1 1Ofrrd j.; Jf
'' 4-513-11: Property, Appraiser Salary 29,571.00 22,73 .OO "6837.00 .
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lO-3 2-1l0 Zoning Unincorporated 20,000.00 20,000.00 3 '. t .. .
10--513-12 Appraiser Asst's Salaries 54.590.00 41.96900' 621.00
"I" 12
.. 7
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10-322-111 ,
Zoning Fees : J
Application ,
.00 ., 1 ,,
1. .. 24-513-13. Other ,-
Personal Services
.,. 500.00 38400) 116.00 !
10-322-120' Zoning: Incorporated 1000.00 1,000.00 3 '
,:' .". 10-2. -513-21 Property Appraiser FICA, Taxes 5602.00 4'.30700"'l 195:00: ?
,', .
T0-334-610 f-bsquitoControl.StateI .000.00 : 5,165.00 .. \ > '
9.:835.00: ...10245132'Property AprIriliscr Retircncnt: .I.11,694.00 ,,',a.'t<1t""S,990'" ;00.- p I'"70' iJ .,

10-334-620: : Mosquito Control State IIi .. 4.520.00. 2964.00; '.,.'." ,)56,00 1 '/; f : fe\ } : : '
"W\\ :
10.24.513-23: .
630O'i ; t i ;" .1 I"'iI1lhrnNrnnce! 2,575.00 1,980,00 iOO',
10-334- : d Support Incentive 4,500. 2,951.00 .549.00 1 : .j1'fJ\ -

,) '.1' iii.. 102j.5.1:5l OfficE;?SuppllcII/I"ilted.ls 16,950.00. w( 131011 oo.r.1": I'i':' O' ..
10-334-710 State Crane-Library:' ... ... 13.1{3..QQ-.1f.1' -8.605.00 4,518.00 1 ., '
>. '...i J.i'I' 1 JO-24-i3-52 FDp'' .Operating Supplies,!." 12,000.00 ,'. ''9' 6!00' '\':' 77400'I : :,
10-335-120: State Revenue; Sharing, >\ ....150,2Q3.ad, : '.:" ;\98488.00 51:715.00: 3 : ""
\, ,.+..110-24-51J, Propcrty.Appr lllur FNi pmrnt525.00 ;'"' -406:00'; (1 '0(' ,
1 J.' \ 'L / ; ;)(1' I I l.:I ( .
10-335r/9-t Agent Licenses, 'Y.300.0 0 103.00 1 ".
v r1'
+10-25-513-49 Troc Collector ... 1 : c .I.if.i"
C 1III1\Issim\ \,100.000,00'r .d76.8 d'.DO"t .f\\%
.or .
10-335-140 Mobile Home ,ac. :> ,
Licenses 10000.00 .C; 6,557.00 <.I' 3,443.001 ,1 '
,;, I I 102651554.N.C.f"RA..' .... .... r1 "" .
p I rlllnnfnR IbI'I' \ ,59'Oij .gaO'I'
,. 3.85700' :! ( 1.
10-335-150 Alcoholic !11; _\).; .t ," ','" .. .. ) 1l0.27
,. ::+ Beverage lie. .. ,50 ..00'b:: ;63 ,00y0' ,861,00 '.&,,rfil \ :
; ? .I ":I j- \ Ji
1 Sl6-Il '
.. \1 \ Chfksofr.xolrp Curt S/1'lary/ 9,8S7.00"J" 'I164'i : i4E;;h
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; I10.27XI6.12
10-335-170; Homestead-Disability Exern. f'( tn LtlLYti
; O ,
: p,491.00 ..
,. .,. ..1. > 3,582.0 yrlt'1< "'I+
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( I Catty !:It's Salaries 28,514.00
18,736.00 )
10.337100Clt7iCran51ibrary> : ; o ( ,526.0'0)1') '' r: $. :! !, : .'f'?8.r .Q p., I
1.'J" .._.. ; .10,56.0Q- 3 is 1f ''UW1
..' ." 10-22,576.13, Otler" ''
'. : rcrscnrtl rvices' :3,00000' lQ67.00
.. : 1., : ::;.::. : ": 1,011,00 1.irk
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( ,. 'BMPPCBP OOOUfr: '*'. \ 10'. }
C r:; V : aJUltyt ""l1tUtr.ItJI)., rg'j t. uf'&lCt-Qt) \.. i4 Q ,. t.I 4... ,, ...-." B&RENUS SnWQBQ IUD .

I (' % .1eV r', ; ,\,, .>JIf ,":.Pm ... ..)( ::-.t.'.....-" "'1 '
THE FLSCAio YEAR P1IDiNG SI 1II301982ACLbIt ; ETONG> u& 30 1982 "
.wV: 1.3t; .JH'l. _...111.1.., _..;l. drf" ',,, BOR TOB FISCAL U' .

I :: .. .'..} '.' '. + J ," 'J..F.\e-. rl1'
'Hmml' TITLE ror i'romt. { 1x1It POPATm l :i! :1'0) v"t1J"\, t ; : "I

1 20-11:'541.12 ;\'fanepnrtaticn Salariee: 181.250'.00' ". ; i22;780.00 O41,470.00( i; : 1 ,'" ACCOUNT i ACCOUNT TITLE. TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED" : : POJRPORATED K

I '! "' 1.1( '
1-S41-13 Other .00
20- Personal Services 1000.00 656.00 'j41.- +'i

A. .', :'} 40-332-100 Federal Revenue Sharing
S 2 -1l-541-21 ''TranspOrtation FIcl' 11,630,00 7:626.00: 4,004,00: : ItJ Allocation for 1981-82 231517.00 ISI.806.oo 79.711.00 1

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20-i1=541-22 ;Transportation Retirement 16.650.00 10',917.00' S.731.OOr; 1,'. TOTAL ESTIMATED! REVENUES 231.S17.OO IS1.806.oo 79711.00 1

f 1c-il-541-23 : ,,''"" 40-499-100 LESS SZ DiscountESTIMATEDLESS 11.516'oot 7.59O.lL86! ,
We and Health Insurance 8:500:00: : S,573.00 82,927.00 I', IDEAL SZBALANCEi 19.941..00 144.216.00 5,725.00

> VS 138.332.00 90.703.00 41.629.00f"L
.i lS CASH
20-11-541-24 4bikamn's Carpensation' 12.000':00: 7,868.00 4.132.

I 20- 1-541-34 SurVeyor Fees! and Expenses 6000.00 3,934.00 2,066.00': I+.,' '.1\ TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES CASH 358.273.00 2i4,9Ia.nn 11'\ \ort. nn

t : ,oft ," :
20-11-541-34-A' Comty Engineer. Cost 15000.00 9835.00 5.165.00 >I:,'., BRADFORD COUNTY:
11-541-43 Utilities CDunty Darn 9000.00 5901.00 3099.00. ''lf, '!,I. ESTIMATED REVENUES
1 20-.11-541-44 Rental of Equipment 10000.00 ; ,' 6557.00 3.443:00"1: ; >r
:<1, ,',
r 20-11-541-45 'Transportation Liability Ins. lS.000.00 V 9835.00 5.165.00. ..l:1DNri AOOXNl'TI'liE TOTAL romry lNINCDRPORATED INCDRroRATED !

20-11-541.46. Repairs/Maintenance ;
: Equip. 30.000..00 19671.00 10329.00 I.\
40-11-541-52 Gas. OUt lubricants 40000.00 26228.00 13.772.00 1

20-11-541-51 Office &Jppl1es/Materials 500.00 328.00 172.00"" 1
". 40-15-523-12 Jailer/CarIII. Officer Salaries 75.805,00 49705.00 26100.00 1

201154152. Can. Oil. Lubricant Etc. 25000.00 8.608.0 1"t" ,
.16.392:00 :
40-15-523'24 Benefits Cost
: J/C Matching 18032.00 11824.00 6208.00 1

-- 20-11-541-52-A Misc. Supplies/Materia19 2000.00 1311.00 689.00 .' 'I. h I' t',.
40-15-523-52 Expenses Other Than Salaries 31,695.00 20782.00 10913.00 1

20-11-541-53 Materials for Upkeep RIB 30000.00 19671.00
19.329.00 1.
40-15-523-64 Jail New
; Equipment 1800.00 1180.00 620.00 1

20-11-541-53-A Maintenance Secondary Roads 65000.00 42620.00 22380.00 1
40-15-523-99 Jail Reserve
County 3000.00 1967.00 1033.00 1

20-11-541-54 Sn811 Tools under $100.0( 1000.00 656.00 344.00 1
,, 40-16-523-49 Maintenance County Jail 8000.00 5246.00 2754.00 1
>! 201154164.New Equip. Over $100.00 35000.00 "
22950.00 12,050.00 1 .
!. '. 40-17-S71-54 Maintaining. law Library 4,000.00 2623.00 1377.00 1

20-11-541-99 Refund on Property Taxes 1000.00 656.00 344.00 1' ,.
1 ;.:, 40-21-511-44 Computer Cost Allocation 30000.00 19671.00 10329.00 1

20-12-541-49 Taxes Due MUnicipalities; 24000.00 18451.0; ( 5549.00 2 ',;
40-21-511-45 Inslurance i Bonds
f : County : 39941.00 26189.00 13.752.00 1

20-13-541-12 SIrr Shop Salaries 19500.00 12786.00 6.714.00 I :
3 ;& 40-21-511-53 County 11ui1diryG Maintenance 10000.00 6557.00 3,443.00 1

20-13-541-21 Sip Shop FICA Taxes 1370.00 898.00 472.00 I
. ,..,,, 40-21-S11-64 County New Equipment /$ 6557.00 3443.00 1
20- 3":541-22 Sign; Shop Retirement 2145.00 1.406.0( 739.00 1
1 40-21-560-49 Hed1cme/Doct Vendor Fee 6000.00 3934.00 2066.00 1

20-13-541-23 Life and Health Insurance 1200.00 787.0( 413.00 1 :"
.. V 40-21-562-49 ) Hedicaid-Hospital/tbrs Exp 80000.00 52456.00 21.544.00 1

20-13-541-51 Office &Jpplies/Materia1s 200.00 131.0( 69.00 ,1 .

20-13-54.1-53 DeIoonstration Materials 2000.00 1311.00 689.00 1 1UTA1. APPRPRIAnOO FUR FEDEFAL) REVENlE

. SHARING f1.ND JDDMr 358.273.00 234.919.00 123,354,00ral
20-13-541-53-A Material for Construction 7000.00 4590.00 2410.00 1'

: : ;:.
-13-541-64 Sign; Shop New Equipment 1500.00 984.00 516.00 1 : : BRADFORD COUNTY

20-14-541-12 CErA Program Salaries 20000.00 13114.00 6886.00 1 ': ::, ESTIMATED REVENUES

20-14-541-13 CETA Other Benefits Cost 5000.00 3278.00 1,722.0( 1 ;:\: '

: 20-15-541-53 State Board Construction Exp 290000.00 190153.00 99.847.00. 1 ACCOUNT | ACCOUNT: TITLE TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED INCORPORATED) !
;SO.1 ,1'tr 1

. 20-16-541-99 Transportation Reserve Cant. 4500.00 2951.00 1.549.Q.H: !? 1 0-341-100 Law Library Filing
: \2 Q. a, Fees County Ordinance

I Inr 173-2 1300.00 852.00 448.00 1
I ( ) N'PROPRIATJCHfQRxWl"l>: ( ) TRANSPORTATION 859.945.00'( ( ''' '' ? 566577.00; 19s.368:0: : 1.tS: '., ,
." -, .
, ",' ,,\"'; \' rep. Aid" nO' .t-. .,' EURD OOlNilfgxl: 9rtill.'Lt1\II'UJt, 't+ \I "IIC I'UJI' : TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 1300.00 852.00 448.00 1

, FINE nm RFEtnJRE FUll "' ....----- D-399-1oo LESS 5Z DiscountESTIMATEDLESS 65.00) 43.00' 22.00 1
\-01 -
ES'11MATm TOTAL 5% 1,235.00809.00 i26O0

! TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES CASH 1,235.00 809.00 426.00 1


J 30-311'-100' Fine and Forfeiture LAW LIBRARY FUND
Taxe 1.919 on 156,237,021 299.851.00 230,530.00 69327.00 2
r 00 (i (tit, r r 1.\I' V. ; V ,

30-334-200 State. Refmbursement vu.\/ .',. 60,000.00 39,342.00 20,658.00 1 J
I OO..w Ill: ". !' :

30-334-290 IIO:141'i1O npes Physician FeesS. .,. .1. 15.00 993.00 522.00 1I ASd. ACCOUNT ACCOUNT) TITLE TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED INCORPORATED( K
I on.nOI. ':': IJ.S; .\1'Cto. ? -
: : Civil Fees Collecte ,12,000..00 7868.00 4132.00 1 : f.
o.OOel. OtQl-571-54 Law Library Books
I OLffO.I( I IU.Ia\?, I --
and Materials 1,235.00 809.00 426.00 1
30-351-110 thincorporated 70000.00 3
0/B 00. '
r fn.fdpi 1 :\ .001TOTAL .
30-351-120 F/B ru.orporated 10635.00
00.000,2 10635.00 3 APPROPRIATION FOR LAW LIBRARY 1235.00 809.00 426.0Q 1
I OO..I! 10.Bt!: !.: $ -

30-361-100 Interest Earned fra'tF.t.e .00 .00' .00 1
r ( n.tef.f no.caee aa.ia >! ADaowrr ,
30-369-900 Other Miscellaneous its .00 .00 .00 1 BUILDING RESERVE FUNO
r tu.Rnft) IJ() e S; UU'.VUB', -------------- ---- ESTIMATED REVENUES

TIDAL: I TED REVmUES OO.OOSI 454,001.00 348,733.00 105274.00 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30. 1982 .
r 3U='390=100 1 '5% Discount (22 700.001 17.436.00 5264.00

IDrAL .1iSi m>/IESS 5X M.ODeS! 31307..OO331, z97.gg x.01. O.g
I -.oo'\PI i ,
r 1lCp :QF1I11AIfD REVENU&>. CASH 431.301.00 331297.00 100,010.00
..!.f.p., 60-383-100 Building Reserve Racing
V --- Monies 223250.00 146385.00 76.fl65.00 1
Iryldi N1V'r.'r.r :nNrIrttinYL'v1JO0! / I ,t.J::
! 7mfff, { Levied laSt Year 1.828----EiE-iinated; : This Year 1.919) .. :1'Go,130t .

r aO..U.f' ')O.ti: ), J IRADfUU! __) 00lNl'Y ; ..- -WIAI; ESTIMATED REVENUES 223250.00 146.385.00 76.865.00 1
FINENJ) nm .. .' -. '.". ,.t.f.!.. '" --O-399-'I00; ; LESS SZ DiscountESTIMATEDLESS -jll.163.oo) 7.319.00 3.844.00'lUI'AL
r OIJ. )I3(1.. JO.n I'tO!: ISTDfA'n'D!: EXl'D I'lUU.S! : 5Z 139066.00 73,021.00 1

'JO.CdPtl FOIL TFE FIs't\h c c t mING S1'm 1BER. 30. 1982 ", "'.... ",I.e BALANCE CASH 16.846.00 11.046:00: 5.800.00 1

,:-'_. .
OO.t'' TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES CASH 228933.00 150.112.00 78821.00
l roJlNl" I ( nIThE 'IUfAL DlN1'Y ttmmRPORATED PAIID, !
I 30..1-516-49' tupp11ment PUblic Defender \\I.i BUILDING RESERVE FUND
,Office Coat ?,OOO.OO .590.00, 2.410.00. 1 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES:
I r..,,. : ;I"". FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SF'mii t 30. 1982
30-12-516-49 Witness Feea COst 8000.00 5.246.00
COunty 2754.00 1 f, :

L 30-13-516-34 Circuit Court Reporter Coot 75000.00 49177.00. 2S.823.O I (. !

30-13-516-49 Other',Circuit. Court Cost 50000.00 32785.00 i1.21S.00' 1 60-10-581-91 Transfer-General fmd 105000.00 68.8411.00 36152.00 1
30-13-527-49 IpquestMedica1: ExamfrIer 12000.00 1.868.00 6,132.00V 1 C' 60-70-581-92 Transfer-Courthouse Debt. 65500.00 42948.00 22,552.00 1
I 130452111, Ccu1ty: Sheriff Salary' / 29561.00 19.383:0cf: 10,178.00, 1 60-71-581-93 Transfer-SoUd Debt 22,500.00 14753.00 1.747.00 1
; "
30-14.521-12: Deput s/Aast's Salaries" 134501.00. '' 88,19200; 46309.00 I 1 i" 60-12-581-94. .' Transfer-Capital Outlay 35933.00, 23561.00 12,371,00 1

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3O142124 Sheriff,Dept. Matching t. 36.05600 23,642.00, 12,414.00 1 .
V V I' :.': 1UTAL APPFDPRIATIOO FOR BUILDING RESERVE 228,933.00 150110.00 78.823.00 1
30-14-S21-49 Investigations Cost. : 31600.00 "2,361:00': 1.239.00" '
1 d" :, '.
30-14-521-52, Expenses Other Than Salaries 48,626.00' '' 31.884:00: 16,742.00''' 1 ,,1, .. .' IDT SEaVICZ SIHIXnC: RESZRVE FltiDE5Tli111fD

", : ; .i. avDIES
30-14-521-64,. Sheriff New Equipmrart' 11963.00 7,844.00', 4,119.00, 1 ,' FOR nE FISCAL YEAR eCIIG SIP1'D1IJIR!: 30. 1982

Ccu1: y, FlIP Radar Equ1pnent 4,000.00 .. 2,623.00 I' 1,377.00,1,1 j k'. I';-.1' I I3016S2182 .1 I 4DDLt1'V''I r AOCOLNr Tl'11.J!: TOrAL 00Ull'Y U 41N 1 RATED INDRPORATED -K

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30-17-91-99. Re iald.afRroperty. Ta>cesoh ; ,.1,000.00" I '" 65d.Obi 1344'.0O 1 70384100Interest. on C.D. 9.200.00 6032.00 3168.00 1TOTAL
'. ..
0 I
\ I! ( ( I 'r. -
30-.20-2,1-. Sheriu," Reserve: Cawingeney S.OOOOO" :ltH '" I "r278.00; 1,712.00 I 1
r REVEMJES 9200.00 6032.00 3168.00 1
", ,, t'4\.OI
I." \' II 70-399-100 LESS 5X DiSCCU\t ; '
30-21-S91-99 Canty Jeeerve Oontingencyt' S.OOO.OO ::5.78.00 .
-: 1722.00 II loTAl FstDM1tDhESS 51 20 ,00TOI6
8.740.00 ). .
I f ,',' ,. ... If. ,. ,. ,,. ". r" ':, ;I.n I.- '. (, \ 0-581-92., .TRANSFER BUILDING RFSFRVE 65500.00 42948.00 22.552.00
.: I. rV
MINai CASH 105.000.00
I TOTAL APpLt1PRIATICN FOIl' FILE NIl FURFETTRS. ., 431307.00 ., _' .:' f 282.807.00'1'14s.5obI.oo ,II'' 36.152.00'HEAL
or ,P. \,
ESTIMATED REVEMES: 'TRANSFER CASH 179.240.00 111.526.00 61.7J.4.oo

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'I Pa g a 12A TELEGRAPH Srptennhfr t7. 1981. .. ,,7.00. .. 3.00. 1
-.10-47..562.52..A K Local Inc1dential Exp. 10.00 "
'A94.IffMr fY'
10-27-516-21 County Court FICA Taxes 2600.00 1,705.00 J.. .", JrH.1: .
826.00 1
I 10-/j8-562-13 K State, I. OPS Coat''1 ;W"" '. 2400.00 ,,' t. 1,574.00
10-27-516-22 County Court Retirement 5,100.00 3,344.00 ) "\1.1 ,.71+h! O.l? I"I", ,. "y.. t l-" F I \, ."", t iult
,,, 10.48'-562-21 HState.nCA.'Taxe8., '" ': .< ,' 900.00 ,." .J., 590.00 310.00 1
10-27-516-23 Life and Health Insurance 2200.00 1443.00 ; I '
il 'Ilr h,,{ ':q y '700.00 459.00 241.00 1
10-48-562-22 t4 State Fetiranent:
10-27-516-51 County Court Office Supplies 6000.00 3,934.00 :! .n66un0, :,:,. ,..",.., <:. .. ,
I '"" l 10-48562-24': Worlamn'e Caupersatian Colt 150.00 98.00 52.00 1
10-2 -519-11 Supervisor of Election Salary 23566.00 13,796.00 9,77fln'.i.. (
'103.00 1
300.00. 191.00
10-48-562-34 MC St. I Contractual Ser.
I 10-28-519-12 Election Assistant Salary 9459.00 5537.00 ,3.q. ,"I.00 ,P "I' I
,,O(, ..y' 10-48-562-44 Rental end lease Agreerent 5,700.00 3,731.00 J.963.00 1
10-28-519-13 Other Personal Service 3,000.00 1.756.00 1 ,:!.',!;,.0i1( .\ ;

,. ... .fIJft 1 'l., I4tXtfr Tl'ItJI; .ORAL _IIiOD__?[ !
I 10-28-519-21 Election FICA Taxes 2191.00 1.283.00 908.0"S '
10-28-519-22 Election Retirement 5,575.00 3264.00 :!,11 .on .';'i'',7 12-48-562-45 Vehicle Liability In.-mce 200.00 131.00 69.00 1
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10-28-519-23 Life and Health Insurances 1,200.00 702.00 49B.00) ::". : '.!. 12-48-562-45-A IC State 1 Insurance Cost 500.00 32100 In.oo 1

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I 10-28-519-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 600.00 351.00 :?4CJ.OO" .;!" 'I i. 12-48-562-46 Repair/rndntenance Equip. 380.00 249.00 131.00 1

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10-28-519-51 Election Office Supplies 4000.00 2623.00 1.377.00.I: :\. 12-48-562-52 Gas, Oil. Wbri.cants, etc. 670.00 439.00 231.00 1

:;!II."t!' 12-48-562-52-A IC State Chemicals 3000.00 1,967.00 1,033.00 1

'" 12-48-562.54 Tools/Supplies Under $100.00 100.00 66.00 34.00 1

10-28-519-52 Cost for County Election 8000.00 5246.00 2,754.00. ,1 /262.00
i. If:,' 13-49-562-22 H: State II Retirement 400.00 138.00 1

I 10-29-519-12 County Custodian Salaries 22,340.00I 14648.00 7,692,00'1
I 13-49-562-:24: C State II tbrlanon's Carp. 75.00 49.00' 26.00 1
10-29-519-21 Custodian FICA Taxes 1510.00 990.00 520.00 ;,: 1
"". 13-49-562-34 IC State II Contractual Ser. 350.00 229.00 121.00 1

I 10-29-519-22 Custodian Retirement 2470.00 1620.00 850.00 1J
I J 13-49-562-42 Transporation/FrelWlt: Cost 20000 131.00 69.00 I
10-29-519-23 Life and Health Insurance 1200.00 787.00 413.00 '::1,
I ( "j.. ; 13-49-562-43 Me State II Utilities Cost 300.00 197.00 103.00 1

10-29-519-43 Utilities and Fuel Exp. 45000.00 29,506.00 15,494.0a r,..",,1'Go .
13-49-562-44 r-c State II Rental/lease 600.00 393.00 207.00 1

10-29-519-46 Repairs and Materials Bldg. 7000.00 4,590.00 2,410.00 :111
13-49-562-46 Repairs/maintenance Equipment: 490.00 321.00 169.00 1
10-29-519-52 Maintenance Supplies Cost 9,000.00 5,901.00 3099.00 'I
13-49-562-52 Gas, Oil, Lubricants, Etc. 2,005.00 1,315.00 690.00 1
10-30-519-82 Bradford Chamber of Commerce 5000.00 3,278.00 1,722.00:1: '
I 'i 13-49-562-52-A MC State II Chemicals .100.00 66.00 34.00 1
10-31-522-81 Fire Control Service Cost 7012.00 4,598.00 2.414.001\
10-51-562-49 Tubercular Care Expenses 250.00 164.00 86.00 1

10-32-522-82 County Vol. Fire Dept. 10000.00 10000.00 ;3
10-52-563-49 Bradford Mental Health Clinic S6.687.00 37,170.00 19517.00 1

10-33-522-82 City of Lawtey Vol. Fire Dept 2500.00 2,500.00' .. :3)
10-53-563-54 Mental Health District III 1.3\2.00 ,860.00 452.00 1
10-34-522-82 City of Hampton Vol. Fire Dept 1000.00 1,000.00 3
10-54-565-82 County Retarded Citizens Cost 4,000.00 2,623.00 1377.00 1
10-35-522-82 City of Brooker Vol. Fire Dept 1,250.00 1,250.00 :3)
10-55-569-82 County Concerned Citizens 8,000.00 5246.00 2754.00 1
10-36-522-81 City of Starke Fire Dept. 4,700.00 4,700.00 3
10-56-534-13 Solid Waste Control Salaries 15,000.00 9,835.00 5,165.00 1
10-36-522-82 Theressa Vol. Fire Dept. 1,000.00 1,000.00 3
10-56-534-52 S/W Operating Cost 6000.00 3,934.00 2,066.00 1
10-36-522-83 Heilbronn Spring Vol Fire Dept 1000.00 1,000.00 :3)
10-57-571-11 Library Director Salary 13069.00 8569.00 4,500.00 1
10-37-524-11 Zoning Director Salary 16093.00 10552.00 5,541.00 1
10-57-571-12 Library Asst.s Salaries 22,831.00 14970.00 7,861:00 1
I 10-37-524-12 Zoning Asst's Salaries 22183.00 14545.00 7638.00 1
10-57-571-21 Library FICA Taxes 2,401.00 1,574.00 827.00 1

10-37-524-21 Zoning FICA Taxes 2559.00 1678.00 881.00 _,1 ,
\ 10-57-571-22 Library Rotitrement! 3,267.00 2,142.00 1,125.00 1
I 10-37-524-22 Zoning Retirement 3483.00 2.284.00 1199.00 1
I 10-57-571-23 Life and Health Insurance 2,700.00 1,770.00 930.00 1
10-37-524-23 Life and Health Insurance 1620.00 1062.00 558fO I '1
10-57-571-24 Library Wc rlcman's CaTpensatim 200.00 131..00. 69.00 1
10-37-524-31 Zoning Attorney Retainer Fee 1000.00 656.00 344.00 'l
10-57-571-14 Library Contractual Ser. 2,414.00 1,583.00 831.00 1
10-37-524-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 3700.00 2426.00 1.274.00JI
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l 1.0-57.51,1-41: Camu\icati Cost 440.00 289.00 151.00 1

10-37-524-51 Office Supplies/Materials. ..., ...;.1,000.00 656.00 344.00 : lr
j: H1 97-43: .t Li/rary Utilities Coet..ty, ,.:: 4,325.00 'lflr'_;v'.jq C'12,834: :.po 1.48'JIOorr 1I
10-37-524-81 Zoning Report Incorporated 1000.00 656.00 )44. 0 1 .
S7:5il-44 Machine Rental Allocation 429.00 281.00 148.00 1
10-39-525-11 Communication Director Salary 13,000.00 8,524.00 4,476.00 1
10-57-571-45 Library Liability Insurance 1.Seo.00 984.00 516.00 1
10-39-525-21 Communication FICA Taxes 859.00 563.00 96.00 1

10-57-571-46 pairs and Maintenance Cost 3474.00 2,278.00 1196.00 1NXXXNl'
I. 10-39-525-22, Communication Retirement 1199.00 786.00 413.00 1 :

10-39-525-23 Life and Health Insurance 660.00
433.00 2 7.00 1
i 10-39-525-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 500.00i 328.00 172.00 1
14-57-571-51 Library Office Supplies 3.Sn.00 2,341.00 230100 A 1
i 10-39-525-46 Coitm. Repairs/maintenance 6,626.00 4345.00 2,281.00 1
4-57-571-52-A Library Film Programs 300.00 'v vl QO Jc: \.Qt't: 1
i J(
I 10-39-525-51 Office Supplies/Materials 250.00I 164.00 86.00 1 .
JI 14-57-571-54 Utder -$100.00 1j
I 10-39-525-64 I L L library Equip. 300ill tnn ,1oV .JMpO A3.ES l.\.O-t
Equipment 3,195.00 2095.00 1,100.00 1 1.

r 14-57-571-64 Library Equip. Over ,$100.00. .. 400, 0, .''1 ,r.n7erra7 q Z62hO as-ilk? Q'Qr 1
10-40-537-82 J JINCImattm : '
County Soil Conservation. 900.00 900.00 3'
14-57-571-66 Books and Processing Cost 7129.00 4,674.00 2.455. 9 1
AODCWT AOCOUTr TITOS TOTAL CWTTT LNII41 l AT ., 1vIg) { Y4u11Yi'' .r.... T'tljlc7i h )n A'IO1NA.LATO1
/ 10-58-572-81 City of Starke Recreation 8,000.00 8ooO.Oq 3

10-41-537-12 Agriculture: Dept. Salaries 25.374.00 16,769.00 .805.00. .. 1 \ '"\ ..n,,
10-59-572-5,2 ChJncy Recreation Cost Kh OCQ. CO 1.000.00 3
10-41-537-21 Agriculture FICA Taxes 940.00 616.00 324.00 1: .' TlJr"' "
: 10-60-572-81 of >ton Recreation 500.00 3
City Harrq X500 ,
; 1AlJrr; : Hai .
10-41-537-22 Agriculture Retirement 1.273.00 838.00 460:60": 1
':" ,,I" 10-61-572-81 City of Lawtey Recreation 500.00 500.00 3

10-41-537-23 Life and Health Insurance 2160.00 1,416.00 744,00' 1 :3iTLJ111: !
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10-62-5'72-81 City of Brooker Recreation 500.00 : 3

10-41-537-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 6.600.00 4,328.00 2,272,00 1 .
10-73-591-99 County Refund-Property Taxes 5000.00 I/r1 '3,278.00 Cl'J731CjS' 1

10- .1-537-51 Office Supplies/Materials 2094.00 1,373.00 ,' 72100x'l; ,..' ... ol; '1 J'. : ..
,, 10-74-591-49 CoI.D\ty Miscellaneous Expenses 10000.00 ((1. .557.00 3,443.00 1

10-41-537-52 Demonstration Supplies 803.00 527.00 276.00 1
.0-75-591-49 County Deve1t Cost 10,000.00 6,557.00 3,443'00,1, 1
10-41-537-64 Agriculture Dept. Equipment 1800.00 1180.00 620.00 1 '
;10-80-S9l-QCJ Clerk Reserve Contingency 3000.00 1,967.00 1 033.00: 1

10-41-537-82 4-H Operating Supplies 1100.00 721.00 379.00 1 ; ,
:..< X10-81-591.99 County Reserve Contingency 50,000'.00 ; ;;:.32785:00' : 17,215.00 1
10-42-553-11 Veteran Ser. Officer ,
Salary 5190.00 3,403.00 1787.00, 1 -" .

tr.' ,, TITAI. APPROPRIATION FOR THE (:rnF.RAL FUND 73,8l6.00 914,429.00.459.387.00
i 10-42-553-21 Veteran FICA Taxes 370.00 243.00 127.00 1 .'.., :;> .

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10-42-553-22 Veteran Retirement! 585.00 384.00 201.00 1 f' t k; BRADFORD rotNl'YiJ'
10-42-553-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 500.00 328.00 ESTn1ATED REVENUES .
172.00 1 .li 1',:,i:" : .
f' f.. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPl'DiBER 30. 1982y,1 .

: 10-42-553-51 Office Supplies/Materials 100.00 66.00 34.00. 1 .... .If+:!bn. .
f' :> 'id''
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I 10-43-560-52 Welfare Pauper Burial 900.00 590.00. 310,00: 1 /J; 1; AcOJUNl' I MXOWT TInE TOTAL OOtN1'Y' WINOORPORATED. INOORroRATID I Kt20
10-45-560-52 County Inconpetency Hearing' 500.00 ,328.00 172.00 1 ;''F; =311-100: Transportation Taxes

'\ '.t, ,801 m 156.257.021 125,162.00 96,225.00 28.937:00: }'.
10-46-560-52 Homsnaker Ser SPEC Bill '
I County. 6434.00 4,219.00 2215.00 1 '
20-331-520 CETA thployns t Grant' 5OOO.00 16,392. '8.608:00: 1,20335420

,1 1 10-47-562-11 Mosquito Control Dir. Salary 4500.00 2,951.00 1,549.00 1 '
': ),\' 202 Surplus Gas/M: :or Taxes 65,OOO.00 42,620.00 22380.00 1
i : 10-47-562-12 MC Local Asst's Salaries 27845.00 18,258.00 9.587.00 1' ..:' .
: {,i 1i. 20-335-440r Pour Over Trust .,' 155000.00 101,634.00 ,53.366.00. JII'
10-47-562-21 MC Local FICA Taxes 1,267.00 831.00 436.00 1' :' t, ';'' ',' .
:" to. 20-361-100. Interest Earned on C.D. 2000.00 1,J11:00' 689.00 1
11 10-47-562-22 MC Local Retirement 2,458.00 1,6lz.00 846.00 1 ?+ p. .
n. 0-:369:400, RettaidCae Oil, lubrlcant. 20000.00 13114.00; 6,886:00 1
10-47-562-23 Life and Health Insurance '580.00 380.00 200.00 l' "'
.,:,' Ii:' 20-370-900. Grant for Sign Shop .00 .00 .00 1
10-47-562-24 MC Local Workman's Condensation 275.00 180.00 95.00 1 'flT-. .
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10-47-562-43 MC Local Utilities Cost: 600.00 393.00 207.00 1 .. \ ,TOTAL ESTIMATED REVmlJES 392162.00 271 .296.00 120,866.00
: 1 20-39.9-1QQ lESS St Discount ((19,608.00) 13.565.00 6.043.00
10-47-562-44 MC Local Rental/tease Agreement 6600.00 4,328.00 2.272.00 1 1,. '1'olJ. ESTD1ATDUSS Sx 72554.00 257.731'00
J;l I iY1 y; ,.BA1HICEt. CASH -", .,.) '' 197,391.00 129.429:00: 67,962oo: : J Jrj

i y; 10-47-562-45 MC Local Insurance/Liability 2000.00 1311.00 689.00.,' 1 ,. 0!>.,...... LIQUIDfJVEST11Urf. _. 290,000.00 190,153.00 99,847.00 J
I / ( 'J TOTAL; ESTlMA REVEI4UES INVES1J1mI', CASH 859945.00 281,632.00
10-47-562-46 Repalra/nMintenance: Expenses 1,380.00II 905.00 4'75:00.: 1 .. '. ,.. .
II' '. .:,1, I 1 uv.I __ .: .
10-47-562-52 Gas, Oil, Lubricant. ...... 5,135.00 3367.00 1.768.00 1 .,. millajje levied -
II ( Last, Year .918-----Estimated This Year .801)

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SOCIALS r m'PSA A.B. Whiteh a-4 Sr: : '
i BRADfORD ot'A.Nl'Y : / A'ndrec Fave's
00( S8!) .An... -
tKl00URfDUSE) 1JdJ: Ft( E 1tVIt l : -SINKING RESERVE FWD ... '0:" .,,".I'I'.i and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uul'rancereturned Luncheon
"' > : Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth :Schiffer- last.Friday from a/six day Honoree
I 00 ,ell.!: tIC.Ot'ti RR THE nstALlYAR ESTIMATED ENDING REVENUES''EMBER"3O.( .1982' '- "A1 I11 miller and son,Joshua of Winter Park tour of Operaland in Nashville,Term., Miss Andrea Eaves was honored at

',. .", .' were Thursday to Sunday visitors of the Smoky Mountains Rock City, a luncheon' Tuesday given by Mrs.
00. U". 00.49"tl" :.(1 OIF. .,.1/ their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cherokee, Gatlinburg and Chat H.H. Adam?. Mrs. Doug Gray, Mrs. I
MfA) 'I ACXIWr TtTIF. J.D. Yeager. tanooga. ? Donald Thornton and Mrs. Richard
I rJ i'IUrAL
.\; Odom at the home of the latter.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and and Traci
Misses Beth, Boland ,The two dining tables were
'7A58271 (.Re ; daughter of Jacksonville Beach, Dr. Young of Athens Ga. were Saturdayto centered with coral silk floral ar-
Bonds-0; i... .. I 22,95000 :' 12,050.00 '7 Glen McClend of Tallahassee and Wednesday. guests of Mrs. Lax rangements.
,. Beau McClane of Bolles School were
I Green. Among the 12 guests were Mrs. A.J
70990572. TnteresC. on Bonds- W1; O') WI 'W'1,',": '. .,. ,: Gi-I .. "l..... Sunday guests of their parents, Mr.. Eaves, III and Mrs. L.C. Early,
n' and Mrs. J.H. McClane on Mrs. Mc Mrs. Dot Stevenson of Atlanta
.1 x1 !rA ':"f'f\\\ ., 11ML G t IsS\",,: :.t:. ,:: ,30,263.00 19,843.00 10.420OOi': \ ,1'' Clane's birthday.Mrs. visited her brother-in-law and sister honoree.mother and grandmother of

70- Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. last The hostesses presented the
I ;. .7582-73;. {'Printing." ( .! of Coupons d, 1 .OO." 98.00, 52.00. I Linnle Woods visited Mr. and week. honoree with two pieces of her serv-
"If. Mrs. R.L. Woods and Mr. and Mrs.
ing flatwear as a memento( of the oc-
I 70-99-582-74 rtROuR bfs j l 'r rI Louis Woods and family In Live Oak Mrs. L.H. Jennings spent the casion.
113,827.00" 74,636.00
last week. weekend with her son and family, Mr.

., .. ,. and Mrs. Walter Jennings in Man- \

TdrN' PPROPRIATI h'I1:10R SINKtoo: I SERVE FIND 179.240.00 117,527.00 61.713.00 1"f UllAS 29( %DRESS Off on SHOP darin on and Sunday.celebrated grandmother'sday 9th Grade ParentsOrganization

I '( Corduroy JoanaThltr.

..,Fri.i Sat. Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwin was Ninth Grade Parents Organization -
I BRADFORD (DtNlY Rradlordsgaar. Sunday visitor of her sister, Mrs. J.H. will hold a meeting on Monday, I
SOLID WASTE DEBT SERVICZ FIt D 'n ,)- -:''. Shopping' ContorSfarfco Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert September 21, at 7:30 p.m., in the .
1 '/' ,', ES'l'JMA1'ED REVENlES i ,' .' Green. Bradford High School Library. If you '

roR nm FISCAL YEAR ENDIOO SEP'lDfBER 30, J,982l' Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Nichols, Mr. and have a child in ninth grade, please
Carter of Miami was home
Keith plan to attend.
I Mrs. Sam Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Robert weekend. .
for the
,Strunk, Mrs. Alice Barron and Mrs.

t ACXXXNl'I AOaxur TI'l1E TOTAL _XRNf? ummRPORATED DRPORATm Lou Parks were last Friday night cat Clayton O'Steen, hospital ad- Did/ You Know. .
of Mr. and Mrs.
fish cookout guests
and AI Carlisle are
ministrator, Kay
i .T'' Nealy McConnell,Jr. at their home on management Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green visited
71-581-93. Transfer fran Building .. Pratt Street. attending a hospital in
seminar in Estes Park, Colo. from their daughter, Miss Anita Green
l'' Reserve FUnd Account 22,500.00 14,753.00 7,747.00 1 ;unday to Thursday.Mr. Fernandina Beach last t Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs.James Cash and fami-

'r .. :ly of Orlando spent the weekend with and Mr?. Herbert Green visited Jimmy Andrews of Miami who has
TOTAL ESTIMATfD: REVENUES 22,500.00 14,753.00 7,747.00 1 her parents, Sen. and Mrs. Charley Bok Tower, Cypress Garden and their been visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
I Johns. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Levon Andrews for several weeks is
1 son
BALANCE I CASH 11500.00 7.541.00 3,959.00 1 Mrs. Charlie Green in Deland Tues- being transferred with Republic
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hanson and:l Mr.
day of last week. Airlines to Indianapolis, Ind. next
r and Mrs. LaCosta of Ocala were last week.

TOTAL ESTIIMTED REVENUE' CASH 34OqQ"OO 22294.00 11706.00 Friday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chism and
L Mrs. Bill Thompson. Mr. and Mrs Chism, II and son at- Mrs. Leona Jones of Sumter, S.C. is
tended the Hodge reunion in St. visiting Mrs. Arlen McKnight for two
BProRD CXJlJNlY GA. Sunday.
,, 20% OHottCorduroy George, on
.. .,\ ESTIMA'1'm EXPENDITURES Jeans Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mrs. 20% Off on
"" Thur, Frl.ASot.Bradford .
attended the
FOR TIlE FISCAL YEAR EmING Franklyn Weisgerber Corduroy J.ansThur
SEPl'EMBER 30, 1982 f
.." .. s.yr r I, Square U D.C. Founder's Day luncheon Fri- .,Fri. *Sat
i it '1' Shopping Center day given by the President's Councilin Bradford Square.
+ Stark. Jacksonville.
I Shopping Center
.. ACXDtm AexDlm TITLE 'lUI'AL (DtNl"{( mItI

71-99-582-71 Retirement! of Bonds 12,000.00 7,868.00 4,132.00 1 NOTICE
1 ,

71-99.582-72 Interest.en Bonds 8,400.00 5508.00 2,892.00 1
t The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners -

r 71-99-582-74' Reserve. for Debt Service' 13,600.00 8,918.00 4,682.00 1 will receive sealed bids for 6000 yards

of sand-clay which shall include a proposal for

I ,'. r'TOTAL '. and for
County Loading a proposal Loading by
34,00000 22294.00 11,706.00 1.I 1
-- the Bidder. The bids will be opened October 5,

1981 at lOOOam: in the County Commission Room

BRAUFGw COUNTY at the Bradford County Courthouse. The Board
1 ESTDIo\T REVmUS!: reserves the right to reject any and aU bids sub-



,' .-' ." .' 1 rk h Bo rdARAnRRD
72-581'91: Transfer fran BuildngI ,,,.

Raeerve FUnd 't1O.C'M 35.933.00..23,561.00 ,12372.00 1
00.SeS nO ... ". '
...... Gourd( "
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T iA>dBAf'' J'QED REvmJFsOOl; r.. 35,933x0'! p J" rNf' 3 61:001: 1;372.fOr 1 'I ',\f "I'( ." F..sT.AT!:'Mr & I'-'SPITAL FIND ... ,, '. '", 1 1t 4.1YR \
BALANCE I CASH 8,000.00 5246.00 2,754.QQ YIi", 3
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES, TRANSFER, CASH 43,933.00 28807.00 15126.00

ESTIMATED EXPmDlTURES i.r( 90-b1 .51t..82. .ounty EM' & Hospital 118,904.00 91,414.00 27,490.00 !


CaTA)1Y rotry..f:? lh'Y:;\, ), -: .
TOTAL APPROPRIATION FOR) EMI' & mSPITAL 118,904.00 91414.00 27,490.00 2

I AOIXUfl.: .. o9thi r TI'l1.E ;))0.1 MAL oomrY ININODRPORATID tNOORJ"OAATm .

I '
Dept. ,
71'W.J 2-64 COOhty .Vol. Fire 3,500.00 2,295.00 1,205.00 ,1 00'j

I 71'M364 QLIIWaY Vol. Fire Dept OOf' rn1014.00( ; 665.00 349.00 1 J-TJR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING: SEPl"EMBER 30, 1982
,1 'I'I I. I IAGaaNr II
I 0 a.. ('' Canstructicap'rer
71'lWJ"591-66. 'R1tX1re 19.419.00. 2S.847.oo 13572.00, 1 I;

ci 00.AC3 OD.etr x.;
.r eeaS .
TOTAL APPmPRLATION FOR CAPITAL OUl1AY fWD 43933.00 28.807.00 15,126.00 1.C 1 ;.. .BMf AL"CDIN1'TIrtE: 'lUl'AL X)1JNY INCORPORATED
0.OOO,8 ':('-U' :'. .'

RADFDE aJ.NtY: r' 4 Ji.'ioo! Federal Revenue Sharing
00.000,1 M f4AmiiE 'f FUNDRE'mIUFS Allocation for 1981-82 231,517.00 15t,806.00 79,711.)0), 1
I' 00iTOCALa

t Oo.OO FOR nlE FISCAL ENDING SEPfEMBER 30, 1982 f L1 ESTIMATED REVENUES .. 231,511.00 151,806.00 79,711.)0) 1

OO.OO 40.399-100 LESS 5% Discount ((11 576.00) 7 590.00 33986,00C )
t OO.OO TiTillt( (. ESTIMATED/lESS 5% ;. I -219,941..00 144,216.Y5,725.)0, )

t I.JlCCDlNl'. TITLE I. oo TOTAL DtNl'Y' mmDRPORATID INODRPORATED BALANCE CASH' 138332.00 90,703.00 47.629O)

t (10.<"':' ,5: .

I 8QflU{\QOCSerns\ :JUrectly to the 110 ., TOr ALSFSTIMATED I or RF.\IF.NIIFc;:'-'--;, CASH 358273.00 214.Q1Q_nn 12i,'\'\nnBRADRRD
State Board C1pt. 154.02 t ; .
I OO.ZAdt: (I.TTatRa.404 on 156J2SlVD2,11( ; 63,128.00 48,533.00 14595.00 2 I
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I 1'iJPAf.t 'ts'Ti t :mREVEN1JESi'' OP'u ( ) 63,128.00 48533.00 14,595.00 Z .:' OC,: .USd FFDFRAL REVENUE SHARING fWD

(3,156.00) 2426.00 730.00 ; '. .', ESTIMATED REVENUES
<< iESS, Discount .rtr1S' r'Yt' 1.
80t399,100 SIt O().COO, ( .
I OU"\o- ,
r. :10. C';':t'r '. FOR 'nlE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPIFFIBER 30. 1982. "
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I TOTAL FS-fIMp1EDOtE1tP11 IFOR HEALTH IlEl'AR'D'IENl"' 59.972,00 46,107.00 13,865.00 ,,. r.'. .". I. '

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L'11{ DEPAR'IMENl' FIND \ 40:11-541-52; Gas, on, 'lubricants 40,000.00 26,228.00 13,772.00 1t
ESTIMATm EXPmDmms: '" H' '. .

FOR mE FISCAL YEAR eNIOO SEP'l'EH8lR 30, 1982 :A 40-15-52,3-12 Jaller/Coo111. Officer ,Salaries '75,805.00> 49,705.00 26,100.00 1

,::,1 .' ': 40..15..523-24 JiC Matching Benefits Cost 18,032,00. ll,824.00 6,208.00 I
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40-1S..523-52 EXpenses Other Than Salaries. 31,695.00 20782.00 10,913.00 1
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80-00.311-99 Health en .tted Dept: Taxes 59.9n.00 46,107.00 13,8 5.00 2 f 40-15-523-64 Jr, Jail New Fquipmvnt 1,800.00.. 1,180.00. 620.00 1

". ..',1 ..I' : 40-1S-523-C)9. County Jail Reserve, 3,000.00 1,961.00 1,033.00, 1

THE HEALTH DEPT. 59.912.00 46107.00 13,865.00 2
I TOrpL. AP FOPRIATICN' F1Xt. 40-16-523-49. Maintenance Cn.mty Jail 8,000.00 5246.00 2, 54.aO 1
I I'; o. : .:' 'j" l' ( \ BRADI D (XJn'Y e- 401757154'Maintainin law Library. 4,000.00. 2,623.00 1,377.00 1
r ,y. o, Any .,(,. r'fi.\t .k. ,. '. .l-;ESTIMATED REVENUES' 40- 1-511-44 Computer Cost Allocation 30,000.00 19,61.00 10,329.00 1

,.h 0..ZI-Sll-4S County Insiurance & Bonds 39,941.00 26,189.00 13,152.00 1
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I MEOW:" ?ACXI>I.NI' TInE TOTAL 0XN1"l _tNINCDUUATID INCORPImAT D 40.U-51l-S3. .<;" County. Building Maintenance. ... 10,000.00. 6,557.00 3,443.00 1

f I: 90-311-100 "00 b IIDSPITAL '. I 40-21.511.64. Count NeW F.qwp11Er't: ISI00.10.,000.00. 6.557.00 3443.00 1

Taxes ,757 on 156,2S7,021. 125,162.00 96,22S.OO 28,937.00 2
4O-21560.49 Medicine/ tors Vendor .Fee 6,000.00 .3,934.00 2,066.00 1.it'
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TOTAL'.11 ; ,n rV'l, ? ; "),"'""'; ....... Am: > REVENUES";',i,I. ,' r r ; 12 '162.00 .96,225.00 .28,937.00', 2 .40-21, =562.49 Medicaid-Hospital/tlurainP.ELp! .80.0QO.00 i' : ....... 52,456.00 .. 27544.00 1
9o.-39ci lMl".u&t: Z.t>i8COU1t: Q'.aP; (6,258.00) > .4.811.00 1,447.00 2 : : ..
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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH *mploy..s and their 3)) In cat of!(.. w*will use th.total points scored
Imm.dlat. famlll.s ar. welcome to nt.r. butth.r. In th* Bradford County High School ...... each / .

f* a limit of on..ntry p.r person each w..k. w..k (.xc.pt the Tornados open wk) as a tlbrakr. .-
PUas fill In th. points you think will b.

2)) The entry must b. on an official blank from the' scored by the Tornado and thlr opponent combined WI N '' ;, ,., -
blank. For Instanc., the
TELEGRAPH and must bo dropp.d off at tho' In the tiebreaker .. "
aft.rscor.* In one of BHS gam. last year was Maccl.nny .
office b.for. 4 p.m..ach Friday
Tel.graph .. : ;'
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Tornado. 15, th. correct scor '
noon. Fill In all the blanks with .Ith.r the namo 17, '

of the team you think will win or""tl. If you think was 32 points. ." i" .., ,
the gam. will end In a tie. The p.rion who picks $25 00 rY ..
the most games right will win the top prize, 4)) All decision of the udgs| are final. ,

LIMIT: One Entry Per Person I No Purchase necessary!

Dam at MlchlanPowell's
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Dairy Freeze Community State .. :J crWillgar;
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1212 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. 9646557Notr Bank of Starke i! ;,a.REALTY. WITH ff Of It

Home Of The 964.7830 .. .I' '

Bradford County Bradford Square Shopping Center I, CICIU.AA.' PHONE'"764.7776 LT Iowa at Iowa St
Steak/ Sandwich" GHS at llv. Oak TUwILUGAS 205 N. Temple, Starke

.: # \ .... Eaitslda at Santa Fa 'tYIIOES1. -ff> IIRI Mosley TireCompany City ,Fish & .

p, Waters Grocery Meat Market ,

y> U.S.301 Lawtey Fla. 782-3737 -- ....., U.S. 301 South 964-6600 """" 607 E. Brownlee -

located at Former Stark/ Truck Plaza 964-9077
Quality Meats & GroceriesFSU
Wok ,.,... at AuburnAutomotive S. Mathedlit at GrumblingCommunity

at Nabratka Parts Ctr Mobile

Wholesale & Retail Home Sales',

660 N. Walnut 964-5644 .

Gene. Pots. Owner "BuyDirect, from the.Factory",,. .
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128 S.OPEN Walnuf": Mon. FrI.964-5289 8JO.5:30Crawford:: SrarkeCFld:: Jaipar at Kar f na; .''Ii .1l W1, J S j j.2 (1. 3 '1'9ntrI, 1 ', V Houston t', '5.:' "H j U.Miami,,. ,1,>; Iii) ,I,,.,j'j.1i1II'U.[ .,() Ml 1

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Masonery & INC. ,T. .. Shell, .Service ,''', Y.4141.1 ..
964-7701 ;* I ti'.',n, 'IT| 19q<
964.7891 Starke 210 S. Temple Ave. '*,..964-61J lin'tam'rsbz24Hr. / ')
131 N. St. 964-7423 ,
Cherry i t ''''''''1111 <1'9T !
Corner Walnut
1004 Dolphin at Howtton : Wreck.r..Sev: !,= ., "ii, 'flU,! IIi nistan
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'''a Alligatorecv 9 ,
Steve Hayesr ," & 9cfJIm3Di
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.' L .,. 1 Construction. Home Builders '" ,' "W''t/ l a.td ,,'WW G8fJW''.), P ni
--='1 ....,.. Comm..nltyState Bank"''"''i! J a"'ta'\ '.!_' :' -. 1 'II If";. t' r. ,.. idii 1 IJ'J 1'.
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Hunt's Shall $*rvlc* : :, Tampa. Soy otpllrogo.4' ,H 81M' 919W HWOlU na a bi
353-A N. Temple Ave., Starke 964-6211 last iHiw E)aow Waters ,' ,,1i" "Krt I ,j1' ::...;.I I' i* [ 4-fr
Grocery'I. .>inljilt i.Most.y .".."..Ufliy:' ,.,,'. .z1M.jffcO avU,[ >t -noa nsii ttKi1i...attlil. w /i 9iJ9! .1.'
K. brie iM :3-iNi: hnij 1M '9Ja iUD bns w' 1d
ERWILLEGAR Tire Company ,4"1 f ) "a4( u b : -t+na nallA {lag('' j,1,9,1, ,n:. ,vlilT, 1 bns liUi1D Ii'
MOTORS J.f "1'1 t., lIh;. ''ti"J.': ,:;' -t. a 10 J9't .nipa1Ima' a' ''lAM .a1M ..19Jrl
City Flsh S Meat Mo..t .' p 61tf! .Oll;. 't.,,"!II. l/f&lbq/ 10 .n91b"E.
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206 W. Madison 964.7200 Starke, Fla. Badcock .;'i..' .' 'i bn,. ;. .'cn'LftW. a&'lf r: r...lsl' IfJ9ds3ila: ; (aailC
.];l,il $.. The' ProfaSSfcnals J.t. at Pittsburgh' ", I. ') '':..\ ."., ... ,'For: I theudyodhwe, '; /lorlq 9etJ. l'JVOt
-" Clyde Bryan WarnTerwtllegar */ Automotive Parts Cntr :it"( V_ .'t'ki i/ ': ',i< n// eu[ i; ,rfaibt
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Terwiltegar Adkinson ,.4t.c T' "< aht '. ,))
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Community Mobil.' .Hopi..Sales! I'I.. ;_'. :.;. ._ ,. Ii. '.'1. j" I '.
Tulono at S. Mississippi' ; i I"" "
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Starke Motor Parts :, ,.' The' id J' J2 .noJj
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Teal Til* A Carpet, Inc. ;
155 Brownlee 964.6060 .,
04;''':. .'1'' Ca. Tech al Florida I Mea, u NIi I I '
Creek Ranch .' b. i U11iii2 if'i
Alligator /"-
An auto I parts store.I ii 4 1NAPASawyerSlade Steve Hays .... ,1'}Idi'S y'.'*+"'I{' r 1 IDS Edwards,Road 'f* 'Iii"1.. ,:". ". sic," 'u '

AcrossFrom Bradford Sq,' '
And "' "' /IVJ
more.I D : .
Th* OHIc Shop \. ,t' .:
: "ff you're tired of buying packaged meat.,you'I.love us"W
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T.rwillagar Motors '. \. y' I cut It fresh.Wftot. you1 want When you wont
Gas I00A1bnuoy )'. .k.);oIJ;":"" ':"')' '.' .," Serving Bradlord.eow.ty For 102Ye. :
Sonny Real Pit Bar-8-Qu. '- :

'oWvIf i v.i'< l':4 i ; '' Bradford Printers .
of Starke Stark Motor, Parts ...... 'I..
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1J/' 332 W. Madison St.. Starke Sawy.r-Slod Gas -. .;....f?*"*' -* .. ,.\"- 110 W Call St.., Starke' 964-5764.I.

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New Hampton; Officials Take Oath... A

Taking the oath of office from Clerk Lori Brooks, left at
Haddock new clerk' Jane Hall Ulysses Woods; Duane
;Hampton city council .meeting, last week are (l-r) June Mitzel and John Evans.

4 New Council Members Take Office in Hampton


; Sworn in Wednesday, Sept.9, were Ulysses L. Woods the first black tit
!June Haddock, John Evans, Ulysses council decided to postpone action un-
ever elected in
Hampton, came in til
next month.
:Woods, and Duane Mitzel the
:members of the Hampton City, Coun-new number two with 55 votes to win his Evans made the motion to "Table
cil. seat. A 1979 graduate of Jacksonville the mowing bids and look into hiring k

; The rookies joined veteran Council University the Hampton born and someone to fill the vacant position to
:Chairman Ted Curtis on the teacher Woods in is a Special Education. work on the streets as well. If you're .
Alachua -- --- -- --'-'-'- -
:asssembly, whose term as chairman In County. going to spend money, at leant get
ended with the Wednesday meeting. with 48 third votes.place A semi-truck was Duane Mitzel your money's worth." New FFA Officers Elected at BUS...
operator An announcement was made to the
Designated to fill the of
was Evans, with Woods spot the chairman first- for Slade Transport of Starke, Mitzel council of a complaint made to the New Senior Chapter FFA officers at Bradford High for Miller treasurer; Bruce Kehberg. sentinel and Cindy
black elected to the council, getting has been in the Hampton area for approximately Equal Employment Opportunity' 1981-82 are l-r) Randy Luke, vice-president; Darrln Alderman reporter. Chaplain Robbie May is not pictured.

the nod for the vice-chairman: slot. In fourth five years. Commission by a Bishop M. Myric.. Hardee secretary; Tommy Crosby, president: Yancey
will take place was John Evans The complaint alleges discrimination
They the reins at the October with 47
meeting. council chairman votes. The arrived freshly elected based on age in the hiring of CETA New Store Its Doors On Call StreetA
Sworn-in by present City Clerk Lori in Hampton employee to work as a police officer Qotliing Opening
from Miami in 1970. He is
a graduateof with
Brooks, who is the daughter of Mitzel, DuKane University in Phillips.
the new members took their seats at and brings experience in new lady's clothing store named national of Jacksonville which styles as her size seven sister enjoys,
the counci table. Brooks will be business along with private Ex-council member Jane Hall indicated Purcell's is opening at 110 East Call operates 30 stores in north and central says Wanda Curtis, manager of the
replaced by ex-council member Jane to his new job. government service to the council that she had Street today (Thursday Sept. 17) and Florida and south and central new store which is located in the
Hall on October 2. The initial acts of the council been on the screening committee and will feature large sizes and l half-sizes Georgia.In former Dahmer's building on the
The number one vote getter in the included approval of the new the man had been turned down available nowhere else in Starke the south side of East Call Street just two
election was June Haddock with 82 tract. Submitting the low garbage bid con- primarily due to a history of changing store executives say. the half and large sizes, Purcell's doors east of the old Florida Bank at
out of a possible 98 votes. A Hampton Randal Gaskins of Bradford Garbage was jobs too often. Purcell's is owned by Federal Inter offers customers_the same "now" Starke building. _

native who spent a number of years in for a total of $270 per month. Service

Jacksonville before returning homein to be provided is one pick-up of -
1964, Haddock has been employedwith household garbage and one pick-up of
Southern BeU Telephone for 25 trash per week.

years where she is now a drafting Four bids were submitted for the city V

clerk in the engineering department. mowing contract. However, the Enter the _

I Lawtey Newsby BRADFORD OOU .

Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Ken Shuford are the \:\ 41apb

Phone 782-3300 proud parents, of a daughter, Amber 1879 -
Michelle born Friday Sept. 11 In

CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Orange Park Community Hospital.
GRACE UNITED METHODIST: Maternal Grandmother Mrs. Dorothy
THRIFT SHOP will have its YARD Rife Paternal Grandparents are Mr. rtrSINCE
SALE Saturday Sept. 19 on CHURCH and Mrs. Joe Shuford of Lawtey.
YARD 10 a.m. .4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman, of It-
chetucknee Springs, were Saturday
There will be a Sing at* Gospel dinner guests .of their parents, Mr.

Music Park Saturday Sept. 19 at 7:30 and Mrs. Truman Norman.. .ao'\' w unloW .V. ;
p.m. Everybody come. No Charge. Mrs. Gladys Harvey and Mrs.

CORBECTIONI!: Mrs. Bear Camp. t\lIne..BJ'owot.ff Orlando, Mrs>(Leila ,
bell bad, her. back:surgery on WednesFeuntyoerpital Peevy and Mrs. L.D. Dorman" of --
and"s4ibtQhbksdaywithMrs.Carl -
no in Orange Park Hospital, (Sorry; Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Fi-sfi-fin-der C'on-te-st
(" '
about the Mistake) She came home on and Mrs. Truman Norman.Mr. .
Friday. She Is rather weak at times. and Mrs. Henry Smith went to
Lets continue to pray for her. Flagler Marineland, and St.
.Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Monday Augustine sightseeing on Saturday.Mrs. .
until Friday with her sister Mrs. J.P. Irene Shepard, and Mrs. Edith
of Tallahassee. The,9 were Brandt of Glen St. Mary spent Sunday PRIZE I JSTiBIG
Wyrick supper,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry afternoon with their Aunt Mrs. .We. know there's .got to be a bunch of fine

Carter on Tuesday. Their Mother, Truby Wainwright. lishfinders out there... we want to know where! BASS DIVISION
Mrs. Charles Carter had a* birthdaysLipper. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman of 1st Placc-
The meal was delicious. On Ichtucktnee Springs, Mrs. Truman

Wednesday morning Mra>Wyrick and v' Norman ;and Mrs. Alma Norman We want you to join in on the great outdoor fun of the $25 cash
Miss Terry attended prayer meeting\ were Saturday afternoon guests of 2800 Finger Reel (from S&S)
downstairs in the Hi-Rise Building! tar .Mrs. Carl Prevatt. 32 quart Coleman ice chest: (from CHIFFIS & SONS)
those who live in the 12 story building. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter went a chance at winning cash awards.p1'l .. prl<<**? donated by
life boat cushion from
with friends to week at preserver ( JIMMY MOOHK'S)
spend a
of the ladies led the singing Mrs.; '
Qn* ; JIMMY MOORE-SWJ: 1.'Sl, 1 (tJ flps & SONS
Walton Beach.
Wyrick was the pianist, u'liM' attended FIBRE CLASS wORk : nd. BAIT & TACKLE
from F qtDist aatleman ]I mor p tsp ijBa/Rosier 2nd Place-
a the aker. 4fts tbld'bs t )FIritt'Baptist on Sunday from here in Starke.
Ij. missionary to African!:3,rcM he was ablewto:walk .with his SIS cash
::1, tUfe. wsJk''' The)'.S!* ed Doctors and 6-pack outboard motor oil (JIMMY MOOHF.'S)
w htwDr.< d( s4deeidStarkeandLb. All you have do to enter is fill out the entry form provided
: ed ayer Watcrsport safety jacket (GRIM & SONS)
n t the'ch m booth ..-: wHl| bejzqMil&wJc to'Hospital inrahje13ark here and grab your fishing pole jlftdjqckle box.", No
next week that know
n brought we charge! If fish and who
$ you can can't you can enter our
a4 B B.L.'.Wilkfson Sr., will spend contest.. wjlvw:
? r?... and Mrs. Brown were 1st Pri/c-
two weeks with her and
son daughter-
I of townrsvDaisyBochand\: her-Mother-Jrt law- ond-Mrs. Hubert. Wilkisonof There's a category for Big Bass with first pwf? going to $25 cash

vis d her Live Oak. the fishfinder who brings in the biggest hunker for the life lx at cushion
Nellie 1.\IdJ18 11.: ij}$ son- preserver > (JIMMY MOORE: )
I aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.VWgU Mr.Allen and and Mrs.Mrs.Willie Mildred Green Griffis, Mrs. month-long contest; and a Pan Fish \Mvisi0r*with top live well aerator Lit (Chills & SONS)

Griffis and family and herdaughter Opal pre guests of their brother-in-law prize going for, the heavist string of pan fish with 10 or
Mrs. Maines'Gfjff'ate4J\ t ft'Ot 1'1.1'
,,of Palatka Satur uAfllMfinday. j fCpdren 'Mi'. Lyle Blow of Orlando. Also to less fish on it. 2nd Pri/e-:

h..u..1 "& .,f-BtrkklandCand! Mr. Mrs. Ruth $15 cashWatcrsport
> and Mrs.G.W.
TfMiss Elizabeth TerrV etijoy red aG time with:; all The only deadline for entry h the (,CIIlt4. t.S end: !S p.m.
Strickland. The
Y&t spent safety jacket (GHI11 & SONS)

Reddish over whileoin'rallah9iSBee'on0Tuesday. ? .''Hwds-irom' Hubert Tuesday: on Saturday Sent, 19. Just make'sirey drop your 6-puck: outboard motor oil (JIMMY MOOKK'S: )

Mr. and Mrs. Wilkison of completed: entry form by S&S BAIT & TACK ft.K: can N.

Henry Hodges, and son attended Hank, and then guests Live Oak of Mr, were and Saturday Mrs. B.L.overnight WilkisonIII. Temple Avenue (just '1'fth"ti'B' 'rdaltigh School) DRAWING (all entrants eligible)

Stock his cousin Car Races Lee Glance on Monday in Darl- _. before you bring in a big catch or,along with-'our fish to V $20 cash V V ::

tnIton. S.C. f.S& "M Mr. ana VMrs. J.C. Prevatt ofGainesvfjrantejre he weighed (S&S is official headquarters for the contest).'
fMisS Elizabeth' err/ left Saturday dinner 6-pack outboard motor oil (JIMMY MOOKK'S) I
\of-tfteir Mother, Mrs. ,Carl '
g ands art A -- - - -
f fI
rived in Gainesville to have dinnM* ? "' ?'tnd ,' "-
Mr Mrs. Larry Norman wentto
with she her sister, Mrs the bus C.E.for Stricklandand home at, Rural Retreat Va., and attended a The Leader Board ,' I ton*.. Ih* nibw.: t

2:20 .caught revival where Rev. Ray Stuart Is the I 1 It 1 fish must lie iwight; inn'nid & rwor tune |.1'.1.\.. trait| Ir..llin..

Mn p.m.I and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons pastor on Tuesday night. On j Big Bass Division "I' rwtA. :"::.:' i

Justin and Brannon, of Jacksonville, Wednesdasy night they were in Paul B.dnar Klngsloy Lake 12 pound 10 S 21) Any typrfHcgalhai/.okay. 1

pent the weekend with their parents prayer Meeting with Rev. Raymond :)111) fis'liiiiK laws! <>' ll", Male of Hnrida mint be adln-rfd ....
Caudill.. the in o un c. .
They night
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly Tenn. Thursday spent M" 41 All fish mint .hr .... |(>rdlll'H'.IIit' -! Nrigh< sluliiinSftiS! BAIT I
of HighlandChurch Hampton night they Willie Dodd Stark 8 pound,11
I The W.M.U. Ladies ounce '
went to Tri State Children Home and ar rACMIE.: .: : :. .
attended the Women's at Lake Yaleon Missionary visited Mrs. Joyce Bennett and her euC.8.1Da tiet SI) :No age< liniil, "'rrybt'urgrd' l.. rnlerinun. ....,.. girls. Nunwn- :
Union Meeting ,
daughter Dianne and attended prayer \ Pan Fish Division .
Saturday. ,+ meeting with them in Bristol Tenn. 6) As rnlrici tx bright' in fishrrniitn lor f iUivrw. .
) imiaiilwivhn
E"II c' of uimiy fun | ss<*
and Mrs. Mittl' Crews Starke f
; Mr. 14
Ga. were Jimmy Sunday overnight On Friday and Saturday they spent pounds, 6 ounces 'Hint h if )<''i IUIM! wlioppvr im the 2Slh and bring l il in for

guests Atlanta of their, parents Mr.: and Mrs.. the night in Pigeon Ford and Gatlin- Steve Nipper Brooker 6 pounds 4 ounces Neighing sod ihrn "Hook' mi c\rn biiwrr fish two dale Inter bring >mir

Harold Eunice. burg N.C. They went to TommyBartlett bat catch in and mcrmic )mr. thsnmcr. of winniii!!Smiw Mawr for the. :.

Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly and Mr. interest Waters and Show then and home.other The contest will run for four weeks from Saturday, string ,.I pan Ii"' Bill rath. entrant fan snot only I hit hi Ki".t l baw, orKrsl '

and Mrs. Johnny Torode. 'Of. Starke places.of August 22, through Saturday September 19, with klrinK .of pan Ii..... in Ih* ......I..t.
of their !
Were Sunday and dinner Mrs.guests George Kelly. SCHOOL NEWS: deadline for bringing fish in 5 p.m. on Saturday, the 61 Only fixh caught alter 12:01: a.m.. Saturday August 22. and

parents, Mrs. Mr. Boch,and Mrs.Jeanette Super Spellers from Mrs.Ve unac's 19th. Neighed| in krhire S pain Saturday.Sept. 1 9. are In he cmiKMlrred in thecontest.
class 'were Guinn .
visited Mrs.' Geneva Red Adams Troy ,
ding Hamilton, of Wildwood from Monday until Aaron Mick Becker. Centrell Lee, ....N.a./t,1..... .. .......?. .... .. .. .. 7)) In caw of a lie the nuHW) and pri/c.. ..ill.... split Iwtwren the tirI' -
Kim Lee Tracy Mosley Rosalyn : .; : thin .... for first I in either .
While there they went to. : inn parties in manner! entrant lie di isionthe
Friday. Nichols, Susan< Peugh, Tommy ., ., l I"i. ." ',
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Disney World n : prima and money for first AND: second Mill he dh idol escuU .hvls

Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Lake City, Pomerleau, Becky Poor' .. Christy .t%'' \ < :: :'':a' .r cn the two bar three o. "four.;etc.'. If there. .a tie for oared in citherdiviMon
Redding Jerane Jill Form "
Ross '
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Strickland,7ammy '. : the. second place prim and money will) he ditMed ctenly..S .
JoDenise Wad-
Harold Eunice Saturday morning dell' Rico Williams; and, .. .> '/' Jt. : ) For contest purponei the Bin BaN ditision will" he baled l on the
Boch of Michelle ., '. .... .
,Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wright.* Name + ; : *1s' 'I' :; 1: I III'MC'lhi"KIw haw b..lUjth"n for weiKhinK-can he am haw fmmd in

Alachua. are the proud parents of a i' ,,' '" : ........ ... ...
"::to .-, .-Therjchool..volleyball; team TheRebe..led ;I "" a the are* lartcrmovKh. .i. %uNannee. white h. etc.
born-Sunday t : ,
son, Joseph Lyon / .: .t" A& : :: f' ,F :
Alachua General Hospital- by Michelle Wright. Tammy Address i' 'r" 91..P.n.1.JadiI..trin.) ; of mil more than 1 10 'lioh w. ill her ,

Paternal Grandparents Jo,.and Captain Denise Waddell.. ... !:* ., ". '. I "', ,,... :ahV Neighed" b...... on total weigh, Included in thai category arc hream.shrllmclirr. .
are Gainesville Mr. and Mrs, tJo .It,Adams, : ',. ofi arV".RIc la first<,Wilfaaias place.' ," ;.Troy Aaron .Ceixtrel ......**'-r.-..;.. II,,: /..,: :rll- .,!\\V' I:t I" ;',"\. ;, t.,
i Mr.and Mrs.Frank!' Camp spent the ., Le of The Jr* Peewees Football' h"n' i' '...if.V';; :; ;' ,4 .f; 'l' r_L, ?qc' ,"l', VV: Thn etahdes. any nun>Mama( fish, such ..catfish pike gar.and ....k.
team7l9BtM'.l the CoveEKrf0hlris'j3n ::
brother-In-law. <>< Green. : "% ", i'L' .. I '
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weekend with ; J \." :
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Saturday j whi"Mike!' VV
Mrs. CJtMos '.. ',\ ; ,. : .. J L
and ''
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and ester.; Mr.' .r -r. .. -- : -r' :
S.C. **** "'i&Anderson'and, QuUrm Adams'and the )+ sal' -- 10)) The nI.l: cnAPIi will male all final decMnm; reKardinK cimtnt
in St. Stephen .
mlea.inilAVKFVN. .
Peewees beat the Green Cove Gaines
of Jacksonville
visited his Mother Mrs. Fred Moore. ''e'cheer-0. Jill Strickland helped lead the :. 1 I : !

on Saturday afternoon. :

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'\ Tony Ray Stalnaker Put in Charge


: 1 I II Of Brooker Fire Dept. Equipment

I The Brooker City Council Fire Committee met at the firehouse in Brooker
September 10 to come up with a recommendation for the hiring of a replacement
I for ousted Volunteer Fire Chief George Pierce.
I I Pierce had his Job of fire chief deleted by the city August 11 during a disagree- Y
ment with the council about the services to be provided by the department. r
I The apparent replacement will be Tony Ray Stalnaker son of councilman and
I fire committee chairman C.J. Stalnaker. .
I Indicating that he would not take part in the discussions with the full council,
the elder Stalnaker said this was because of the possibility of talk.
The recommendation by the committee will be for the younger Stalnaker to
I take over maintenance of the equipment for $50 a month. .
"A lot of pressure has been taken off the council by you devoting ;your time I',
down here,' said Council Chairman Gene Melvin of the agreement.
I Tony Stalnaker, who is a one year veteran of the department will be in chargeof
equipment maintenance for the Brooker volunteers. When he asked the com- .
mittee to formalize his status in the department, the members present assured .
him that everyone at a fire would know who was in charge. The question grew
out of the fact that the first fire chief on the scene of a fire is in charge of the fire f
and if Brooker has no chief, who would be in charge? h r' r..sd t f rr
The title for the younger Stalnaker tentatively set as assistant fire coordinator. p .r
When asked what the department was in need of the most. Tony Stalnaker r
assured the council it was volunteer firemen.
I Council Chairman Gene Melvin said the"Biggest thing Is getting people to support '

I and back the department." 7",.'.,.... .

In other action, the Brooker Council: :..
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was agreed by that probably save a large ; : .J .
amount of fuel.Authorized '..'........ '....._
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I for the fire department beepers to be repaired as well as the base i '.'
station radio which had been bought at the surplus property warehouse. Com- "\" ..J :lVr.
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problem the department. '
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Tornado c: New square dance classes are beginning now with an open house set Monday Strawberry Swingers President AI Kay Carlisle.
night Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. in the National Guard Armory on Edwards Road. Thirty weeks of lessons with two or three movements taught each lesson are
II will be the second open house; the first was held last Monday night. Anyone required for main stream square dancing, meaning one has learned the 88 basic
Talk wishing to take square dance lessons should attend this Monday night. movements required to dance on the level with the Strawberry Swingers.
New class members will be dancing from the first night on. New movementswill The lessons will be taught by Jerry Barrett from Jacksonville, caller for the
be taught, then danced, then reviewed again the following week before Strawberry Swingers. Members of the Strawberry Swingers will be on hand
News from Bradford High anything new Is taught. Anyone who can walk can square dance, says each night to assist.We ..

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by Vickie Carver


I Walking down the halls of B.H.S. Players, Band Members, Flag Corps # (
Friday morning, you could see the en- participants, and the Cheerleaderswere
thusiasm of everyone for the game busy. )For these unfortunate few, \\- Don't: : Give
that night. Red, White and Grey were love was"after"the game not during. q'j'; ;! I ; ,
the dominant "in" colors for the day. (Although Janet Jordon made it quite l LIiNI! f1111i '
llli null
You'd almost suspect: a fashion show clear that she was cheering for I\\ ,,
of the "Tornado' sort was taking "Marvelous" Mark Crews.) -f1
place. Models were: Mrs. Wanda Through all the weeks' fun, there _i
Smith in her DASHING red three was time taken for prayer. At the Away 1'1'II
:, piece suit. Miss Karen Chitty, Robin beginning of the "pep rally" and = ""iI ': '
Tatum and Angia Higginbothom were before the game a prayer was said to .
fitted In designer jeans with only the ask for the safety of the players and
most elegant accessories of red and participants of the 1 '
game. ,
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white, ranging from spirit buttons to We aren't so disappointed that we PrintingWe : : : : :! I alAlunIUUIIIIIpIIII I I + I 'I" ,
red hair ribbons. They were the three lost. We've got some great memories.God VIIIa
"Bradford 'Teers". Also presenting said, "good things come to those
their fashions along the line of 'office who wait," so, Tornadoes are waiting I
wear were Mrs Emma Jean Reddingand till next year Wildcats! a- i I / .'
Mrs. Clara Hazen. Mr. Jim Dun ,
can looked simply stunning in his red .
sport shirt with coordinated grey Ninth Grade ':f JL f-f fl'ii '!'

slacks. Yes, you could tell the support Elections are set for Wednesday
for the Tornadoes was present. The
September 16. candidates have
After school activities were not as been in
busy campaigning. Good
active due to the game planned for Luck! :
that night. However, the dedicated are competitive :
tennis players Eddie Winkler and Student Council
Craig Sapp (better known as Starke's ",'',
Bjorg and Mclnroe) were practicing Student Council has a new sponsor, '
for the B.H.S. Open, to be held lateron Mr. Ronnie Harris. Their first in price. ,
in the year. The varsity meeting was on Thursday Sept. 10. . .
cheerleaders were also active after They are alredy planning activities,
school Friday. They were and discussing Homecoming. Any -
student that has ideas for the ,
demonstrating their talent on interior any 'T"T'Check -
designing by decorating the locker Homecoming Theme, should get in
touch with Chuck Williams, or -
room of the the football players in your
paintings they had made themselves. student council advisor. We will be .
They used the famous portrait "Kill playing the North Marion Colts on October -

The Cats"the game, and,other sitting such very nostalgia.At close on. activities.23 for this year's homecoming us out, get a quote on your next job and 1

the bleachers were that adorable cou-
ple, Clara Winkler and Rodney SeniorsWe
Jackson. The rest of the "cutzie will have a class meeting soon. '
tell what it is.
couples" of B.H.S. were Watch for details. Gina Lane, presi- us ,
SOMEWHERE around, or either split dent, Is busy with the chores of senior- ::;
up due to the fact that the Football life already. "

i We will beat their >. :.: ]
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are reminded that the first Two second grade classes, Mrs. i '..::.. .,:::0::'" : :
PTA meeting and open house will be Terri Prevatt's and Mrs. Dea Pater- I r* "ft.l.:1... ",h"f: !\ '.

in Tuesday The the Southside annual, September PTA cafeteria.22, at 7:30: p.m. son's the Foster are preparing Grandparent to participate s program at in .. .; &:;..,. 1. 0 % or more .'"(:'- .;;'";L\ :; '. 1'

Halloween Carnival
the Starke Nursing Home. Mrs. &. '1.. H'
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with fun for all ages will be held Prevatt and class were engaged in the L 1 \J.' ,; ',.'
Saturday. October 31 from 5 to 9 p.m., program last year and found it very > '.
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on the Southside campus with Bingo rewarding for both the children and S I
in the cafeteria. their Ii : : "
Foster Grandparent. /
Southside student enrollment as of As part of the PREP (Primary tr ( .j < t. .
September 11, stands at 647. Education Program) each child is re- And the job will beprofessional ., :. .;. "
the The first county wide field day of quired to have his vision height and .I!"'.,".M,.," e:',, .\ :..'" ;:.w. : ,'1'.'.'
1981-82 school term will be held weight checked and recorded. The "
October 9 from 9 a.m. to noon on the school nurse, Mrs. Norma Thompson, i'
Southside field. All county elementary and the school 4' I
Primary Specialist, . 1 1t
schools are invited to participatein Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead are
volley ball and football on this day. presently engaged in this program l : '. .
The fourth grade at Southside is with all students in kindergarten I i.
departmentalized this year. Each through third grade. ,.,..
fourth grade teacher teaches one par- The first volunteer workshop was ..

Iva ticular Jean subject Harrell during teaches the Science day. Mrs.and adults held at would Southside like on to Sept.volunteer 14. If their any We have the finest-typesetting equipment money can buy and the ,most professional ..

Social Studies, Mrs. Carol Clark time and talents toward this worA.
teaches Reading, Mrs. Donna Gruen thwhile program In assisting in r personnel to;operate this equipment available. This means.your printed

teaches English, and Mrs. Ernestine Southside classrooms, please call the product will represent your business the way you want it to. :.
Thompkins teaches Math. The school 964-5586 and leave your name 1
students change classes for their and phone number so that Mrs. '
academic work four times each day. Eugenia Whitehead 1
This schedule is benefit may you. We have that know what to do to the .
designed to Mrs. Donna Gruen's fourth grade professional printers get you best results.f ;.. I It
the students by giving them
more language arts-English classes are off .
I concentrated learning time slot. to 1 ,
a good start. They are spelling well t '

We have 102 years, experience In the printing business in Bradford County. .:
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School Lunch Menus '..'
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' : September 21 .25Monday. Tuft4.,. ...... 11 Hot dog on bun baked beam, y" '
J' I : Why settle for less when you can get the best at'a competitive price. } '
J 8ea.. ll. Hamburger gravy' mashed slaw,fruit cup butterscotch quares and Milk. ,
j potatoes,green ban,biscuits: chocolate pudding Wednesday s....a; : Fried chicken,rIce.gravy', < <. ",.
I and milk. buttered. peas A. earrota. ..Ir.wberryt.. ; ,
Tuesday. Sea*. ll Fried chicken rice ft Gravy cake, biscuits: A. milk. ; .
buttered pea A carrots, strawberry abort- Thursday Sept. 141 Sloppy Joe on bun French
I cake, Macuila, and milk. fries), applesauce, chocolate cake and milk.Friday. .. .7
Wednesday. s.$. 23; Hamburger on bun.French Sept.. Hi Maeareal *. ._.spiced kant Bradford..Printers :
i' fries, lettuce" a pickle. fruit Jello ami milk.Tharsday. sandwich,green beans. ,peacaee)and .u.... ; ; :::: "+; t'
.S5.! $.14: Beans 4 weinert,(,law. ,yellow : ,

. ,and cake milk..w/chocolale, Icing, applesauce, biscuit Ala-Carte IP l i.l Printing' 'if tt1 WCa11 Street, Stax\e':\{ -.964 5764 'tin Price jI .' ) t t- '. H:
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" III,. toned. :: apple crisp hot roils.and fries),cookies,milkshakes.'Tuesday. . "'!'o ... .. ',,;:.,. ;
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by Laurie Myers I scanned the shadowy shoreline of miles long and flows into'the mighty
:: Keystone Heights this narrow bay In Kariba Lake, and Zambezi River at its western edge..
(Special to the,Monitor) ''then maw them: Hippos I Just getting to Kariba was an experience -. -V We 'have Hee-Haw
Their wet backs glistened in the; in Itself. We'd left Salisbury,
:: (Editors Note: This .la flat person moonlight as they lay in the water. the capital of Zimbabwe (formerly
: account of'Miss Laurie Myere' six Their apparent laziness was deceptive Rhodesia) and drove north about. Overallsfor
.: weeks on the Dark Continent. Mt sMyere for when startled the speed of seven hours through breathtaking' t ,
:= Is '''a former teacher at' these huge hulks was surprising as mountainous countryside. We passed, ,
r St.Mark's Day Care Center In Stark they headed for the protection of the many "Beware of Elephant" signs,. your
.: and I la now principal of Faith Chrla- bush.Every evening I was serenaded but we hardly needed to be told.:Surely -
r tlan Academy In Melroee. Mill Mytrala as the hippos foraged only a short the size of the droppings on the road, Grandbabies
preparing to become a missionary distance from our thatched roof was sufficient warning I We had -
"' In Africa. She will also write and edita camp.We'd. gradually descended about 4,000 feet
.. newsletter and may pen some of come to Kariba for three daysof but the final descent was both intriguing
her experiences for the Lake Region tiger fishing and game viewing. and harrowing.
Monitor In the future.) Tiger fish are similar in many waysto Somehow a road had been carvedout
:: barracuda In America, but where of the sides of these steep jungle for
The low hooting sounds were too else In the world could you watch hippos mountains. I was told that when the Hey Dad that
.. deep for an owl too brief and syncopated elephant, crocodilesand engineers came to build this last section -
: for a fog horn. My American kudu while fishing? of tile road they could not figure 2 Ton Come-A-Long ONLY
:: ears could not make a positive identification Yes,we were In the very Interior of out how to conquer such rugged terrain -)
of these strange nocturnal Africa 1 This manmade lake was with tile added problem of a wanted
noises. created by the Kariba Dam,one of the sharp descent in such a short you always
largest dams in the world. Bordered distance. As the engineers ponderedtheir $ 99
Southern half of Africa..,. by Zambia on the north and Zim- dilemma, a native man suggested That Should
babwe on the south, the lake is 190 they follow the elephant s
...- (trail. After all, he reasoned, the : Cost $79.00Limited
elephants had been making the trip to \y Good Quality
Gabon Koers the water's edge successfully for o '2495
years! And so the road was built
:. Zolro along the elephant's trail. One Long Lasting
Tonsania .wondered why the elephants made so Quantity
many hairpin curves, but at least .
there Is a road to Kariba; shared by i b
Feed Meal '
both man and beast.
J JE After our successful fishing excursion Produces the Freshest
,we drove the car onto the Kariba
Angelo : Ferry and enjoyed a leisurely 22 hour & Finest Feed f
cruise across Kariba Lake and down ;
; We Still Have
You Can
Zambla the Zambezi River to the small Buy
village of Mlibizl.was dawn and the I.;
= .... air was very chilly for winter comes'to Everyday Dog Food
E seta 0 this part of the world in July and ;

::: Zlmhabw. .',Il August. Even so, the native people
greeted us with smiles and friendly' 150 Lb. Bag
NemtbIo '
-- 'Salisbury
Capitol waves. This section of northwestern 1 Alligator Creek Ranch 21% Protein ..
solswan. of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Is plagued with malnutri-
-- lion, tuberculosis and malaria. The -0.5.3015. Starke 964-6973 '
I. :::: government is establishing rural ,
-- jJohannesburgBoutA health clinics in an effort to help these

people. Wherever 1 went I was struck .. .
by the warmth and friendliness of the ,
i I / people in spite of the daily hardships! y .
Africa ? '' +
+ 'YIVVI they faced.
: : f. We drove on to Wankie Game
Reserve where we were assured_of

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Forty-two exhibitors of arts and'crafts will provide entertainment from 11 to contact Smith at 964-6150 if they
are already booked for the first a.m. to 2 p.m., and chicken dinners wish to reserve exhibit space. '
annual Indian Summer Festival to be will be served during the same hours. I'
sponsored by the Clvitan Club at the The festival grounds wil! be open from "It looks like this is going to be a big
Bradford County Fairgrounds Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and there is no ad-. success and we plan to make it an an-
nual event," said.
.Sept. 26. mission charge. Smith
David Smith, general chairman of Local artists, sculptors, wood
.the event said three musical groups workers and other crafts are invited / F

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2nd Straight,' Win for"Wildcats .i ;"

Fumbles, Interceptions Doom Tornadoes in 137L"t&kCt'" .


Fumbles and interceptions. Haunting eker,County 0 7 0 .4. 13rodford 1 Rushing: Bok.r.Individual Kelly leaders Crews 16 carries
words whether you're Super 0.7 0 0 7Oak
74 yards; Dody Washington( 11
tenders Bowl champs, or sandlot midget pretenders.league con You tan. 1 yd. sneak (Craws kick) for 43. Bradford- Emmitt.Watklns 11

turn the ball over enough you'lIlose, ft I rodThomas It yd. run pats from for 27. ,
1/ y./r' Bradford-John
that. ) Thompson to Norman (Braiwall kick) Passing: Thompson
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as kick 16 completions, 29 attempts. interceptions -
The Bradford High Tornadoes turn- Washington 1 yd. run ( failed)
1 TD pass 119 yards.
ed the ball over just enough to hand
Bradford-Jeff Belcher
L Iok.vCc. Receiving:
Macclenny-Baker County a 13-7 win
last week, the second: consecutive II fin downs catches 27 yards; Clayton Norman
40-10 ruihas-yds 14-33 5-39, Brian Thomas 3-26.
Wildcat victory in series.
The Wildcats gladly gobbled up halfa S-1J-I cmpl-atMnr la-29-2 Tackles: BradfordKenny Wright 9
dozen Bradford High miscues, con- 110 yd. passing lit primary stops, 4 assists, 13 total ((1behind
verting two of the changes of posses- S raturn yds 35 line); Mark Crews 3-4-7 ((1
sion into touchdowns and using two 2-41 pun..-.". 3-23.3 behind); Dale Buchanon 4-2-6; Kenny
others to squelch a pair of BUS scor- t-t$ p.n.-ydt 4-35. .. Wright 4-2-6 ((1 behind line) ; Darryl
ing drives. ,.3 fwmbles-lost' Thornton 4-1-5 (1 behind); Emmitt
The result was the 13-7 win for the Watkins 415.
Wildcats in a game the Tornadoes

could have and probably should 1& -- ___ llaLOSllle 3 9or
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have, won.
On most accounts the game was -V.i, \
near dead-even. BHS passed for 119 japy ? Vfefefa
yards on 16 completions by first-time We're Growingl
quarterback John Thompson but one

breakdown in the secondary plus a So we can serve you better -
diving catch allowed Baker to total .1
110 through the air. The Tornado running ';"'_ ') ,... _II.......s.....,.. r ,., ----"""' ___-""'___"'....6__" "'" -
game was held in check netting Skirting the Corner....
just 33 yards to the visitors 108, but
Bradford made that difference up by With fullback Darryl Thornton (24) leading the way Torside against Macclenny.nado .
outgaining the 'Cats on kick returns halfback Emmitt Watkins ((32)sweeps around the left s
B I M Starter
33-8 and being penalized for only 35 t-.n
yards while 95 were stepped off in the secondary set up quarterbackKeith often and it worked like clockwork.Rick The conversion kick was shanked
against Macclenny., On average the Lane for a half-yard sneak. Braswell's kick was true and it wide but Macclenny led 13-7. I
Wildcats had the best of the punting Conversion good and the Baker boys was a brand new ballgame. BHS twice threatened to forge a \
game-41 yards per boot to 25.3- but led 7-0. But the turnover plague continuedin comeback.Just & GeneratorWe
one center snap sailed over the Mac- The Tornadoes came back to knot the second: half and it sealed Brad- after the final Macclenny score
clenny punter's head for a loss of 34 the score at 7 with a 64 yard march ford's doom.Macclenny. ''the Tornadoes marched 57 yards to
yards.Add. just before halftime. A clipping penalty fumbled away one scor- the Wildcat 17. The flea-flicker from I
and subtract all that and it's pushed the Tornadoes back to third ing oppurtunity at the BHS 10 (Kenny :.Thompson to Norman to Thomas
almost dead even- BHS 152 net yardsto and goal from the Wildcat 22, making Bright recovering and rambling 25 worked again for a 23-yard gainer on
Maccclenny's 131 without the.'Cats things look tough, but BUS trickery yards for the Tornadoes) and then third and 10 and Thompson scrambled
punting advantage figured in. came through. With time running out was halted at the Tornado 14 early in away from tacklers and found
But then you'd have to figure in QB John Thompson hit Clayton Nor- the fourth period but Bradford finally Thomas for 21 yards to the Baker 24. Now Offer The Following:
those turnovers where the Tornadoes man wide open in the flat and as the gave the visitors an oppurtunity too BUS lined up incorrectly on the i
handed the ball over six times to Mac- Macclenny backs closed in on Nor good to refuse. Emmitt Watkins was scrambling pass, something they dida
clenny's four. That's the difference. man to stop what appeared to be a stripped of the ball at the Tornado 11, handful of times Friday, but
Midway through the second: period minimal gain the BHS receiver with Macclenny's Johnny Andersonon Thomas found an open seam and A Full Line of Water Pumps
Macclenny's Bobby Blue jumped on a lateraled back to Brian Thomas, who the bottom of the pile. Baker's rugged Thompson found his man.
Bradford fumble at the Tornado 33.A tightroped the sidelines into the corner sophomore fullback Kelly Crews With a first and 10 at the 24 Watkins New & Used Water Pumpsfor
holding penalty pushed the 'Cats fur- of the endzone with just eight punched into the middle for 7 stripes went off left tackle for two and
ther back but a screen pass for 11 anda seconds: left. It was a play the Tornadoes and two plays later Dody Washingtongot Thompson hit Jeff Belcher in the right Sale & Service
30 yard pass on a busted assignment had worked on. in practice across from the one with 7:36 left. flat for four yards but on third and

.. four Watkins was stacked up for a Pull Replace or Repair Jets
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and with
vrs rsser arue.' wwaw I I ; F a yard gain. On fourth three
5-04: left on the clock Thompson was .
aaw wr) l lN instructed to try the flea-flicker once Make Service Calls

again. He never had the chance to get .;, ---.r_ .. "
rid of the ball. Pass 6rote&If>n broke
1 down as Macclenny kamqIard| ; : and rtes-.II\-_""' --u..t
Thompson was dropped !rot a two-
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I Sylvia Hollls. Michelle Slocum Hope Jackson, Wendy Chandler Coach Inca Harvey Jewell Broughton, Pam. NOY'ICE"dF.'J.'J. : ,
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ford High. The BHS setters and spikers open their season 17 .xa| Live Oak" 6:001" ; I
this Thursday night, Sept. 17, with an away match against Sept. 22 Santa Fe(UlJ."JIOO"' The BradfordCommissioners
Live Oak-Suwannnee and then play at home Tuesday, Sept. Sept. 24 at Macclenny: 7:(1)' CountyiBbcfr&'o1 CU1Vy
22, against Santa Fe's Lady Raiders. 28
Sept. alBuchholz: 6:00
Santa Fe finished 26-3 and went all the way to the statefinal Oct. Live Oak (II) 6:00 has te dd4rtf'' J
four last year while Live Oak finished behind Brad- Oct.5 at Gainesville) IIS,''.:00 fi l"Jt f
ford in the district losing to the Lady Tornadoes in a postseason Oct.8 t Macclenny (II)' ":00 o

p.m.The tournament game._ Match' time for both contests is 6 Oct.Oct. 13 12 MlddleLjrgII Buchholz( )) 6:00 6:00 a measure to increase/ lsI pix pejrty /taxi

Lady Tornadoes were 11-7 last year setting a new Oct. 19 Gainesville IIS (II) 6:00 s
school record: for victories. It won't be easy to bust that Oct.20 at Santa Fe 6:00 levy by 5 PERCENT (over the r-?1!I d bck J

mark matches this on year the schedule.since the team has just 12 regular season Oct. 2T alMiddleburg 4:00 d 31** 8D99' L'.k' :

BHS Coach Inez Harvey says her team "is doing fair" in Nov"-7 District Tourney rate) ffays9cr1OVif1 'fl. .
practice thus far. "They're not up to what they will be,"she Nov. 10 Region Championship 1IB ;
added. She said Santa Fe"is always tough"and noted that Nov. 13 Section Championship All concerned citizens dteiinVited'
Live Oak gave Buchholz a tough time in a match Tuesday. Nov.20 State Tournament ti : '

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Calendar I :;)' "r1 Teams
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Thursday..Sept:17-' : "', .:\ jf f ml:|.' '

Eastslde at BUS Jr. varsity football ('I'p.Di'.l.) On '
BUS girls volleyball at Live Oak (6 p.m.) ',t"i; .- Open Road Saturday

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Saturday, Sept. 19- t The regular season for the Bradford Cowboys Pop Warner football teams
Pop Warner teams at Keystone. O. Park;and Callahan opens Saturday on the road.
; : J Three teams will be at Keystone against the KH Steelers.The Mitey Mites
BUS cross country teams at Kenny Invitational ((9 a.m.) ,yy ; 5; play at 10 a.m.,the Jr.Pee Wees kickoff at noon,and the Pee Woes go at it at
Sunday, Sept. 2C The Jr. Midgets travel to Orange Park to take on Orange Park II at 4:00.:
And the Midgets to Callahan to at 6:00 Saturday I
go play
Men's Flag Football 3 games at BHS (1, 2:30 and, 4 p.!!'.) First home field action for the Bradford teams will be Saturday Oct. 3, I
against the Green Cove Springs teams.
Tuesday Sept. 22- I
Jamboree Action Was Last Week
St. Aug., Lee (girls) at BUS (4' )
cross-country p.m.
The largest crowd in the eight years of the Timucua Conference attended
Santa Fe at BUS girls volleyball ((8 p.m.) last weekend's Jamboree at Bel-Med to launch the 1881 season.
Two Men's. 'Flag Football games In Macclenny Each team will play every other team in the Conference in the regular
"\ season with the teams trying Division titles in the American and National
Divisions. !
Thursday Sept. 24- The American Division Is composed of Orange Park I, Middleburg,
BHS junior varsity football at GHS (4:30 p.m.) Callahan Keystone Heights and Lake Butler.
The Nationals are Orange Park II, Bel-Med, Green Cove Springs and
BHS boys&girls cross country at Palatka Invite ((4 p.m.) Bradford's Cowboys. (
BUS girls volleyball at Macclenny (7:00 p.m.) :

Friday Sept. 25- "tiM N SIN Flag Football Opens Sunday ;
Palatka at BUS varsity football ((8 )
p.m. The Starke Men's Flag Football League opens this Sunday afternoon at the ,
-d _.. BHS and will in twist "
---; practice field opening day bring a new to the league.
Three teams from Macclenny Join the Starke loop this year to form an
Enough Beef to Last Awhile... 8-team combined league. Entered are the Music Men Kitchen's Tile the
Cubbettes Outfitter Lawtey, and Norman's Farm of Starke. plus the Streaks Buc's
Lawtey Complete Sam McCutcheons. left put meat on his family' table for a good while and Gators of Macclenny.
when he bought. the winning ticket for the Bradford Pop Warner raffle of aside In openers Sunday the defending league and District champ Music Men
of beef. open their try at another title against the Outfitters at 1 p.m..Kitchen's and
Outstanding 3-1OSeason The meat which weighed over 400 pounds totaled was donated by The Lawtey square off at 2:30: and Norman's and the Streaks take the field at
Meat Store In Starke. Proceeds from the raffle went to the Bradford youth 4:00.:
Hawthorne weekend. football organization. In games at Macclenny Tuesday night Sept.22,the Buc's and Gators meetat
The Lawtey Cubbettes won three of against host last
7:00: and the Music Men play the Streaks at 8:30.
four dames at the Hawthorne They came to back to top the home
women Softball tournament last team 8-3 in the championship game as
week to capture the top prize in the .Nernell Lee slammed two homers and s More Referees are Needed
.tourney and wrap up an outstanding a triple in the finale. I Officials are needed for the Men's Flag Football League games.Pay is$6
season that saw them win 43 games For the weekend Sylvia Jenkins O \ per game for the three on-field officials and(4 for the official responsible for
against just 10 losses and.The Lawtey Janet Williams, and Patricia Brown the yardage markers and game clock. If anyone is interested in donning the
team coached by Willie Brown'' won were outstanding defensively while SCUBA as In seuba-diviny, stands for striped shirt and calling the games call the Rec. Department 9646792.r .
the championship trophy at four tour- Clara Johnson contributed a superb "Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus."
naments this year.. pitching performance<< to win the
The Cubbettes topped Archer 11-2 tourney MVP honor.
Hawthorne 9-3. and the Gatorettes All Jenkins delivered the hit"that
Stars 8-7 before dropping a 3-0 game brought home the winning run :

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I Just three days are left In the 1st the way in the Big Bass division and ment.Prizes will go to the first and second
1 Telegraph Fishfinder Contest. still does with a 12 pound, 10 ounce in each division, with$25 cash
Entries slowed down last ,week as largemouth bass he hooked In the contests placers winners plus
nobody could land a Catch that toppedour second week. Willie Dodd of, going to both S&S Jimmy Moore prizes s Sun
donated by ,
first and second place entries In Starke landed three big bass, the big-' and .Wiffis and Sons
the two divisionsBig Bass and Pan gest of which weighed in at pounds, Fiberglass Sports; that include a 2800 Fluger
14 ounces to put him in second place.
outboard motor oil, life
Fish.Mrs. Reel
Mittie Crews of Starke leads Local fishermen and women have ,
and jackets and
safety ,
w the Panfish category with a string of until S p.m., Saturday, September 19, preservers, Seethe ad and
ice chest. entry
10 fish weighing 14 pounds, 6 ounces. to better those efforts and get in line ,an
in the sports pages or stop by
Standing second there is Steve Nipperof for the prizes to be awarded. Bring form further infor-
and Tackle for
Bait :
Brooker with a catch totaling S your catches into S&S Bait & Tackle, S&S '
a tt pounds, 4 ounces. official headquarters for the tourna mation.
? Paul Bednar has led virtually all

Junior Varsity Gridders Host Eastside' I

Falstreaux, Kevin Gnann,
Practice is over for the BUS junior Freshman players are Robert 'Tony
Robbie Boone, Gerald Jones, Andy Nguyen, Doug Samons
of 1981it's time to
varsity bring on Donaldvin
Brown, Darren Chandler, Mike ColRobert Spitze, Greg Sweat;
an opponent.The
I Baby Tornadoes open up their Richard Crosby, Tony Davis, Thornton,' Mathew Widner,' and
eight-game season tonight,Thursday, Tim Dudding, Mike Early, Craig Jamie Whitehead.rjT5wx .
Sept. 17, with a 7:00 home game
I. against the Gainesville Eastside
Rams. The freshman Tornadoes have
e one more week before opening :
against Baldwin, also at home, Tues-
.I'"' 1'Of'!'::-:: ;7::': -c ;:;;..,'H.:. -t __ ,- ,.'..:L'lhlIawklns day night, Sept. 29.
Coaches Rick Stephens and Lanier
BUS Girls Cross Country... Clyatt have had praise for this year's, _
Front row. left to right. Carol Fussell. Linda DeWitt. Coach George Loper, Tyfanny GrlCfls (captain), group of future Tornadoes both the
I Michelle Stillwell.) Jenlfer Nix. Maxine Fralick. Sabrina Louette Smith, Cheryl Foster. sophomores and freshman. They say
Garey. Absent from picture-Carle Coburn. Lynn Loper Tangela the players knowledge of the game is
2nd row. I. to r., Monica Berry Karen Chltty. Pam Parks, Dawn Cernyer Valerie IIlghtower.I better than at this stage last year,
partly because the youngsters went
through Spring practice in 1931, and
also because of the new P.E. setup. ;

I BHS Harriers Open at KennyThe athletics Most of the with football either players Stephens are or in : : 0

Clyatt for an hour early in the day and
Stephens said that class has provideda .
Bishop Kenny Invitational l will be the setting as they'll take the place of somebody on the varsity. It gives time to go over the basics before hit
Bradford High's boys and girls cross country teams open you that build in competition and that lends itself to a little ting the field in the afternoon. "We go
their 1981 season this Saturday, Sept. 19. bit faster improvement. over something in the morning and M ;
BHS Coach George Loper expects upwards of 25 earns to Overall, Loper said the program is heading in the right then when they out there after .
take part, including most from greater Jacksonville plus direction but is not where he wants it to be. "For the total school they know get it. ''tcit Sf$c3irep$*
units from Ocala and Gainesville.The program you're still looking at some time before the pro- Me still says the young freshman
first home meet will be the following Tuesday, Sept. gram begins to perpetuate itself where the outgoing seniors have a ways to go in the next couple of
22, with St. Augustine, and the are replaced by a group as big, or hopefully larger group of weeks, noting that "you can walk
Jacksonville Lee girls coming to the BHS course behind the freshman and is consistent in terms of talent. In the boys through something with them and
Middle School. Boys will run 3 miles, and girls go 2 miles. you're looking at three to four years and for the girls you're they're fine but when you go live it Griffis & Son
Other home meets are Tuesday, October 6, Tuesday, October looking at two to three years. Of course with the boys looks like a beehive out there.
13, and Thursday, October 29. Invitationals on this you've got so many that play football you just don't have as "But we've got that extra week for
year's schedule include the Bishop Kenny run, the Palatka many kids. But the success of the program will motivatekids them and they should come
Invitational, Sept.24,the University of Florida High School to come out that are not involved in something else in together." SALESAND
run. Oct. 3, and the Lee Invitational, Oct. 10. the Fall."
Tenth Randy
grade players are
The District II championships are set for Friday, Nov. 6,
Alvarez, Randy Balkcum, Teddy
at site to be announced with Saturday, Nov. 14,
a Regionals 1981 Cross ScheduleSat.
Country Bresee Brad Brown, Robert Carver, ERVICE
and the State Meet Nov. 21.
"Right now we're about on schedule" Loper said of the ., Sept. 19 at Bishop Kenny Invite (9 a.m.) Wayne Cribbs, Randy Davis, Jerry
Tue., 22 home against St. Augustine, Lee Feltner, David Frazier, Kevin Griffin
team. "Each week they have improved, all of them. I've Sept.
established goals for each individual by the week and for (girls) (4 p.m.) Tony Hill, Carlton Johnson, Tom
the season. we're clocking them with time teials each week Thur.. Sept. 24 at Palatka Invite (4 p.m.) Johnson, Shannon King, Anthony
right now and when the season starts the meets will serve Tue., Sept. 29 at Baldwin with Lee (boys) (3:30 p.m.) Luke, Joey Loyd, Martella Moore, "
that purpose We should be peaking at District and holding Sat. Oct. 3 at University of Fla. Invite (9 a.m.) Tudy O'Neal, Andrew Patterson, Billy line Dealer For
that peak through the state meet if we're good enough to get Tue. Oct. 6 home against Baker Santa Fe (4 p.m.) Rehberg, Jay Rodgers, Brad Complete Gator Trailers
there. The potential's there, it just depends on how much Sat. Oct 10 at Lee Invitational (FJC-N) (9 a.m.) Russell, William Salmon Jimmy
they want to make the committment to work hard contently Tue. Oct 13 home against Palatka & Clay (3:30 p.m.) Schoening, Roger Jefferson and Anthony of BoatAccessories Large Supply Of
In essence the season schedule is a long preparation pro- Thur. Oct. 22 at Palatka ((4 p.m.) Williams. Trailer Parts
cess. It all builds towards the District meet. Thur.Oct.29 home against Baldwin North Marlon (3:30
All Makes & Models. .
The luxury of added depth this year will enable Loper to p.m.) ? "t''h
run a full JV team for both boys and girls in most of the Fri. Nov. 6 District HI Championship (site TBA) .
meets this season. "I can take the'first seven as my "A" Sat. Nov. Region I Championship (site TBA), y; G..filfilUJ &.Marine d (UUyYi tJlOlQ mult Yt>l'J LlU" iLili

team and then run everybody else as JV/V$ he pointed out,,,.e" Sat..Nov. 2. State Chanutlonsfclps icUisTBAX | i a9: I''!>> i ; t.tI.W '1J -j.(; .I, ; *: ., rriJ>l t 'L[ Ewt:
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t ttc re b' +, Tennis be Offered LessonsTo Griffis & Son Outdoor" r\;

Starke Rec. Director Cheryl God- Marine '' ; 91
L win will be teaching the basics of ten- 964-5531 Supply: 1
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I The classes, which will be free of V! !i IIII ;'NuIJ1o oisrtl no i niiH
oor'i charge, will cover the basic skills of 'Id Iii n 8JS'; 91ul+ .hl r1T"
tennis and will run from 9:30 to 10:30 I ; ,,' .J I )11 191 auoi
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:;H 4 : 't" begin.1! If you're interested call the Rec. > + alatn9msbnul t'na3tiqua"

.Department (964-6792) or come by the L-0N6Q H'MP :JJ f [ :
a Old Armory office.Women's zn l rFB
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BUS Boys Cross Country... CUSTOM I HOMES"

Front row, left to right Lex Sanders Kenny DeWitt Jones. (- Starke Women's Tennis Leaguewill
I Wade Widener Calvin Thomas. Absent from picture. Gerald Gullion Tiny King, Collis be getting started again this FOR 2O YEARS IN 1 month with the first : ; : ,
2nd row. I. to r.. Eddie Tennant Victor Letts. Paul Warren, and Gerald Petteway. get-together set i #
McKinney, Coach George Loper Richard Warren, Curtis for Monday night, September 14, to( ttwob
talk about league organization.All ; eR .

.. women who have tennis experience "
and are interested In playingare AN& BR! DFoffo (GOUNTES
asked to come to the Pratt St.

Football & Softball Buddy Courts for the meeting which will BEFORE You PAY Too MuanQHEQK ,
I start at 7 p.m", and bring your gear if '
)ou want to hit some. ;E H 1
Collings Plans are for a singles league to be VJvrH' us" ; ,.

Notes & Quotes formed possibility initially for with later.a doubles leaguea WE BUILD OH YOU t.oT OR OURS


Lawtey's Lawrence Patrick got in some playing time in the Gators win over PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
Furman 357. He's always been a specialty teams standout and Saturday also Sports Editor.. '
got in on five defensive snaps at outside linebacker. "i9& : FINANCING AYAILABLE"LOTS .
UF has five outside 'backers but linebacker coach Dwight Adams said Tuesday l-a: *" 3 Bedroom Apts.From .
"Lawrence has been doing a fine Job. He wants to contribute at Florida and AVAILABLE ALSO AQREA&E .
/feel ftlSOo* to *::11500I
we real good about Lawrence Patrick." 1".1( '
The ball didn't come Lawrence's way against Furman, he wasn't credited ,
with a tackle... "\ 1530W.Pladlson '
...Please note the Telegraph Football Contest starts up this week. Pick the ttuw..1111 Mae 964-6312: ,
winners and win yourself a hedge against inflation-$25. My picks? How 'bout [Opportunity BeoftootA IJfe BATH ;{ ,' ,
Jasper, Tampa Bay Houston (Oilers), Pittsburgh (Steelers). UF, V Cal, U ,
Miami, Ole Miss E. kentucky (who?), Notre Dame SMU. S. Miss., GHS Mac- "

clenny, Santa Fe St..Augustine,Auburn Nebraska (sorry, 'Noles), Iowa St., ADULTS '
UCLA. Cleveland, and Duke. ; Dr. -Lounette Eaton. B.S., D.C. ; ...I: j' 'If
Now if you want to win those 25 bucka you might seriously consider staying STARTING AT'M400.Q.O f '
away from the above picks...,. 'Dr.; Wayne C< Eaton D.C. I :. ;\ : :
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....Claiming the title of world's Softball champ for this year Is Howard's ": ,l' ,': : 'J"
Western Steer' of Denver N.C. In the first slowpitch Super World Tourney held p. Keystone Chiropractic: Clinic GALL ,j,, I ,nit:, -" '," ,"III, ri,..I '
in North Carolina Labor Day weekend Howard's went through undefeated, "f .. ',, .
blasting Steel, of Lima,Ohio 30-13 in the finals. ) "
Sports Super league teams are \-'I'f:;: ; :"r
the powerhouses that had the desire and probably more importantly, the At SR-21 North .. \ : 5II' ir"r'i, 1"1'1!
money to play with the bid boys. ; A: I 964685SQNCilfllteSOUTH '" <
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That tournament sort of relegated the tournament "
Open Starke's KeystoneShops; Suite 5 ; '" ,', '
Green Machine took part in (taking 10th); to the back burner. As one local soft.*. ." v :' j :,::" : ," ,,--;.;,:,: TI
bailer put it, "even if. Machine had,won it, what would they be?,They wouldn't ,Phone 473-3604 OFgTAPKg '.
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Tire, a team loca..w often in area tourn ,tfaimed: third place In the first : 9 a.m.'l =-
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;i:; ;:!' ,I Junior noseguard Kenny'' Wright Tornadoof NOTICENOTICENOTICECITY
started off the season lust like he did
Coaches last year only without the injurty theWeek
trouble that plagued him as a
sophomore.The OF STARKE
leading tackler for BHS in 1980.
Wright is back atop the stop charts
66 QuoteboardThe after recording 9 primary stops and 4 Occupational Licenses For The
9 assists in the loss to Macclenny last

week. He also recovered a fumble and Year 1981 1982 Are Due
came up with a couple of other stirring
playsincluding a tackle in the n
backfield and a solo tackle on Mac- October 1 1981.
Coaches Quoteboard It a collection of comments by the BUS footbal'l' clenny's Dody Washington that camein u
coach**on matter pertaining' to Tornado football.. ballgames.pracUC.s the open field with plenty of green
upcoming contests etc. This w..fc the coaches talh< about the loss to ahead of the Wildcat wingback. ,
Macc'e"")'... and how to bounce back from It. Wright showed his increased

mobility standing up as a linebackerin 1 ELISE PASS
Head Coach David Hur. on Mac some instances last week and
clenny's 13-7 win over the Tornadoes: Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton Deputy City Cl ?rkYou're
Macclenny took advantage of our In- promised "he's going to be getting Kenny Wright
experience. They made fewer I I h,4tpr.
mistakes than we did and that made
the difference. They came to play."

Ilurse on the Tornadoes problem
with execution on offense against
Macclenny: "Basically this is the going to liteIwtoe Eakerd'sw

same type offense as we had before
(the veer). What I mean Is that it's w famous Photo Offer. .
not so much what the other team's goIng : ,
to do but what we do In executing the Pdi is...Get an extra set of prints with i every roll of :
it. If we execute properly the offenseis color or black and white print film developed and printed. .,. .
going to get yardage. TODAY AND EVERYDAY

Twice the Film... Get two rolls of print film for the price of orieKodacotor
"We Just have too In-
many young
or black and white,when'you have your film processed ,,
experienced people to execute as we
should right now. We lined up
wrong...we'd send a play in and get a Twice H e Guarantee... Buy only the prints you want. No .,
different play called... we didn't read / hassle-even if the goof was in the picture taking

our keys properly. With good execution -
we could have scored two or three
more touchdowns."

Offensive Line Coach Carlton I Faulkon .
the blocking: "I thought overallwe ;
did alright. We moved the ball up I I
and down the field we just couldn't getit aveerMU
in the endzone.We had a few broken Vt
assignments on running plays but the I ilIeI .
pass protection was good consideringthe
number of passes we threw(29)).I r.r.rw.awo, 2 M. II

can't really point out any individuals PEPSI ..... 0
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(the projector motor broke just _
before gametime) but as a group it
was probably the best pass blocking
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Coach Mike Sexton on his defense:
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sweep They went well with It the
first time ((11 yards) but that was
about it and the wingback trap. .
They got a little bit more out of the I FRANKLIN LADIES'ASSORTE
fullback ahead than we I

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Buchanon at defensive tackle. And I Milk Hones sham ii.
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Green some more at linebacker. With 14-OZ. 390
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some of his effectiveness.."" MASCARAI COVER GIRL ft.Treats Premixed 1000-s q. e, Easy to ] grid Adjustable a _

hurts on the rest of the way In 1981: 129CHOICB Limit 2 orator draft

"The schedule gets nothing"but YoUK. ] .......I GRAN PRIX AM/FM
tougher from here on-oiiL We need the 1a
Marathon or Professional. -
open .week falling where It is.I I .Black or Black/ TRI-MODE
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i victory as Macclenny fumbled theo m' With 2 pl1C8 HOTBRUSH
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? Wildcat 24 with 3:47: left. But after an .......
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Wright was In on 13 tackles-9 firsthits

and 4 assists. Including one ., W"'N''J. _"''_''''''__'-0'- _,,_'_____III_ 1 _" _'____ _'__" '_____'_'___muu u__ n
behind the line-and also recovered a """ n ;.... .m .. ...... 'm /.,' . ,.?.,....?,rrwrmrrrrm' ...rrmw. ..*...n'.... ",...""..,.. ll'.l.. ."I.I.JJJJWjJII. *JJJJDJJJ.Mn..nl..II..I.I_ -'

, honors fumble to(win see Tornado related of article the Week). You're Going to LikeEckerd's OPENDAILY9to9SUNDAYS 10 to 7 WIRlalAVIITHIIRIQHT d I

Linebacker Mark Crews was in on 7 'Sale Price good thru Sat. Sept. 19th TO LIMIT QUANTITIES..
stops while tackles Dale Buchanon Pharmacy Service. N
and Kenny Bright had 6 apiece and
defensive backs Darryl Thornton and Ecked Pharmacists' .re hiflhry-tralned protosilonala.' who
I. are
10 1Ii
make Bradford
Emmitt Watkins 5 each. educ.toon sure COU'HS you are to melnl.n compl.t.y, en aatlsfIed They take Sq. Shopping Center T
On the receiving: end of Thompson's ants In drugs.They a.wsys. try to.. you'knowl'dge 01 IA
money by .
aerials were:Jeff Belcher with 6 catches : Citizen discounts and generIC drugs.heneva. pos..bla.ollerln9 Tn.. 831 S. Walnut St.. Stark. _
for 27 yards in his first game; you also need uv.you on hand time)by conatanll1 Checking slacks to keep the Charge Itl I :Tb
for 39
Clayton; Norman S receptions
yards;Brian Thomas catches for 26
yards;,and Watkins 2 catches for IS

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; Bond was set at $5.000, Powell
The firemen also,responded with Man Arrested ,- ,,: damage to
released recognizance bond.
Net the Rescue Unit to a residence on For Assault on a Shannon and

,/ Briefs SR-230 where Grace McComb had suffered Car driven.by
a heart attack.Correction Robert Earl Powell, 34, P. O. Box Backing
383, Starke, was arrested Sept. 14 by Causes Wreck no drivers
Bradford County Sheriff Deputy of acci-
2 Men InjuredIn In Bradford Co. Glen Moore. Rhonda J.Bailey, 16 of 331 Clark .Richardson an ,
was backing out of a private
Car Wreck Circuit Court The Starke Fire Department foughtthe Powell assault was charged, throwing with missile aggravated -, entering Pratt St. when she by Bailey was
Sept. 1 fire on Redgrave Street in an unauthoriz
remains in This WeekWith and aggravated battery. vehicle driven by Virginia
William Arlan Gay, Jr., Starkenot the Bradford County .
19. Bailey then left the scene of the
serious condition following an early both courtrooms being used in Volunteer Department.The -.
evening accident Monday. the Bradford County Courthouse it three persons pictured on Page
Gay, 24, of Starke was driving on has proven to be a busy week for all 1A of the Sept. 3 edition of the
Monteocha Road 1 mile north of Fair- involved. Telegraph are Nelson Green Jr., who NOTICE OF
banks Sept 14, when his 1975 Datsun Tried under Circuit Judge ChesterB. is a bystander and a county volunteer
went off the road, traveling about 270 Chance was Timothy Leggett, fireman. City employees Merren
feet before hitting a driveway culvert. Starke, Sept. 15, for aggravated bat- Lizenbee and Lester Willingham are
Both Gay and his passenger,23-year- tery. Starke volunteer firemen who came BUDGET HEARINGThe
old Barney C. Prevatt of Waldo were The first witness Raymond Tyson, off their Jobs to fight the fire. There
taken to Shands Hospital. Prevatt is called by Assistant State Attorney were other regular city firemen, including .
also in serious condition. Tom Elwell was found to be guilty of Chief Bobby Lewis, on the
Gay was charged with driving while perjury. At that time Elwell allowed scene and fighting, the fire.
intoxicated and reckless driving according Leggett to plead to a lesser offense. The Telegraph apologizes for any Bradford County Board of County'
to Florida Highway confusion which have
There was a flaw in the testimony might occurred -
Patrolman Waddell. given by Tyson, which Elwell stated .
Wrecks was not known prior to the time of the -The Editor. Commissioners has tentatively adopted'
Sent trial. Elwell said his office wished to

Several To Hospital maintain the integrity of the cases Arrested For
for the fiscal 198182.A
that they bring before juries in this Child Abuse a budget year of .
Three vehicle accidents sent county, thus the decision to allow a

as several local days.people to the hospital in lesser plea for Leggett.A Judy Nora Ellmore, 18,708 Thomas public hearing to make a FINAL DECI-
many case will be filed for information St., Starke was arrested Sept. 14, by
Janette Rossena
Harding, 17, 534'/i
W. Madison St., Starke was north against Tyson.In City Patrolman Jerry Miller for child
abuse. SION the 'AND TAXES will be
bound SR on budget
on 100 Sept. 12, when she the courtroom with Judge Ellmore caused a child under 18
rounded the curve her vehicle started Jeanne D. Crenshaw Tues., Anthony of age to act or follow a course of
sliding on sand that was on the pave- Wayne Strapp was tried on three conduct yrs. or become a delinquent, she held on Tuesday September 22 1981 at
ment. Due to pedestrians walking on I ,
counts, the first count was attemptedfirst was taken to Bradford County Jail
the shoulder the driver jerked the
vehicle sharply, lost control and roll The degree jury came murder.back with a verdictat where she was released on $200 cash 7:30 p.m. at the Bradford County Cour-
ed the vehicle.
6:10: p.m. of guilty of battery (to bond.Man
Harding and passengers in the car, lesser charge 1, guilty of battery of a Suffers
Malisa Stevens, 14 and Margaret Har- law enforcement officer and guilty of Apparant Heart Attack thouse in Commissioner's Room #129.
ding, 12 were all taken to Bradford possession of a weapon by a state
County Hospital where they were prisoner. Correctional Officer Ralph Hart-
Gilbert S. Brown
treated and released. selle, 4611 Post St., Jacksonville, suffered -
Damage to the '74 pickup driven by Wed. schedule was rearrangedwhen an apparant heart attack on his

Harding was $1,000. Lou Etha Chandler, Starke, way to work Wed. Clerk to the Board
charged with aggravated battery, pied Hartselle arrived at the Florida
Robert Wayne Corbin, P. O. Box guilty prior to the trial time, she State Prison and was taken to Union
622, Starke, was traveling north on S. received 5 years probation. General Hospital in Lake Butler.
E. 1st St. Sept. 14. Corbin gunned the Walter Thomas, charged with
vehicle, it spun, went out of control, possession of a weapon by a state
jumped the west side of the ditch and and
prisoner, pled guilty was givenone
struck oak
. an tree. year.
" Both Corbin and a passenger Boyd Two Rubin
cases against Sweeting,
, Roberts, Hampton, were taken to inmate at Florida State Prison, were
,i Bradford County Hospital where Cor- postponed due to illness of a witness.
bin was admitted and Roberts was
treated and released. 0
Damaged to Corbin's '78 Jeep was save i

$3,500. Early Morning Fire w-5- h'i

Bernard J. Kercher, Jr. Keystone, At Dairy QueenThe 1.06 i,

driving a Honda, was traveling on SR Starke Fire Department
18 when dogs walked into his path. responded to a call by Policeman E.
Kercher swerved to miss the dogs and W. Wilkinson Wed. at 2:40 a.m.
struck the roadway with the left side When the firemen arrived at the

of his vehicle. Dairy Queen on US-301 North smoke as eta
Kercher was also taken to Bradford was coming out of the eaves and fire t '
County Hospital. was engulfing the rear of the building, MEN WESTERN SHIRTWOTONE : '
Damage to the Honda was $500. Attempts to use the bucket truck to AND PLAIDS 5(

ventilate the roof were unsuccessfulas Poly/cotton two-tone shirts with
I the roof did not seem strong stitched yokes, snap closures, S-XL. Lssl,1
enough to support the weight of a
Flying Object fireman.

Strikes PickupThe Entry into the building was'slowed 794 .
because the back door bolted r
was ..y'
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something from outer space had hit building. The fire seemed to have FAMOUS MAKER PI'OHOIC
them Sept. 8 on US301. started around the water heater and JEAN ASSORTMENT f 20 O eta
Frederick George Hagin, Box 1004. was contained in the rear storage Western style with boot leg bar- WiZH ANY $ WAYi .J 11 '"
Starke, was traveling south on US.301 room. tacked seams. 4 pockets, belt loops 1:%..A(A 'I
while a road mower maintainancc The firemen used three breathing and contrast stitching Man's sizes IJIOR

vehicle was cutting grass on the west apparatuses and five bottles of air
side shoulder, traveling north. An while bringing the fire under control.
unidentified object came out from The entire building was damagedby
beneath the mower, went through the smoke, heat and water. \ '
rear glass of Hagin's vehicle, struck The state fire marshall has been MEN'S ASSORTED r t t
the windshield and apparently bounced asked to investigate the cause of the STRAW HATS t ,
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September U. 19I
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have a wide choice of areas from To obtain information on specific Bradford County INC., A FLORIDA CORPORATION MACOMBER. Wife.

OUTDOOR CORNERSArchery .. which to select. There are 30 wildlife. management areas, sportsmen can Florida. Plaintiff NOTICE ACTIONTO OF

{ management areas offering hunting contact the nearest office off?! the Cornduring v.A.C. CARTER AND HENRY MACOMBER
SUBJECT TO mortgages :
Season the archery season. mission or the county tax collector'soffice of CARTER 95 Davidson Road War
proximate/ 22,000 archery permits However( sportsmen would be ad- In favor JUANITA

Opens Sept. 19TALLAHASSEEAlthough this year and the increasing Interest vised to check individual managetlons for individual maps and regula GUARANTY FEDERAL Defendant wick, Rhode Island

in advanced archery classes offered SAVINGS A LOAN 02886.
ment area regulations pianoToilIree
I by the Comisssion's hunter education numbers for Commission .ASSOCIATION OF CASE NO. 80-112

Septem r.2, the start of marsh hen program are indicators of this trend. ing bunting trips. Dates often ana legal regional officers are: Panama City- GAINESVILLE AND YOU ARE NOTIFIED

season Was the official opening of the Archery season statewide for game for archery season may 1-800-342-1676; Lake S.D.A. CORPORATION.at NOTICE OF SALE that a Petition for
from the statewide regulations.
1981-82 hunting season, to many Florlprivate, open lands outside the vary City-1-800-342-8105; Ocala-l-80042 You are hereby given Dissolution of Marriagehas
dians the real opening of the season management area system will run For example, in the Everglades 8162; Lakeland-1-800-282-8002() ; and public sale to she that pursuant to a Final been filed againstyou

won't take. place until September 19. from September 19 through October Region many of the wildlife manageWest Palm Beach-l- 00.432-2046. highest bidder, for cash Judgment of Foreclosure In the abovenamedCourt

''That's- when archery ofwith defined deer ment areas opened for archery hun- at the front door of the entered in cause and you are required -
season legal game as
extiag on September 12 and will conclude Bradford Cour- numbered 80-112. in the of
tidally gets under County to serve a copy
way statewide at cept spotted fawns quail '
squirrel October 4. Selected wildlife Stork. Court of Bradford
thou In Circuit
one-half hour before your answer or pleadingon
rabbit shoulder
sunrise. Based and wild hogs with a
management areas such as Joe Budd Iorido, at 11 a.m. on the County. Florida. I will the Petition to the
on indications from the Game and height of 15 inches where
or more they
in the Northwest will not be the situateIn
Region sell
property Petitioner's attorney
25th September
,.Fresh Water Fish considered In day
Commission the are legal game.
addiopen for archery until November 6. Bradford County RICHARD E. WELTY. P.O.
:season. could be bigger than tion bears in
Baker and
ever. 1981.Gilbert
Florida described as: Florida
And the Ocala Wildlife Management S. Brown Box 995 Starke.
There the has been a growing trend counties are also legal as are turkey Area in the Central Region is open only Clerk of Sold Court. by Begin at the SW Cornerof 32091, and file the

over i- for more and more gobblers in Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla to the taking of legal bucks during Beulah Moody Deputy Lot 3, Block 21 ofKnight' original answer or
residents up the bow and ar- and Jefferson counties. Easy opening for clam and Subdivision
its September i 19 through October 18 Clerk. leading In the Office of
row as another means of pursuing Hunters who wish to utilize the archery season. oysters. .wash in cold water 9/lO2tchg9/17 then run North 18 .the Clerk of the Circuit

their favorite sport. The' sale, of apstate's wildlife management areas and store in a plastic bag degrees East. 25 Feet; Court In and for Bradford

in the freezer for an hour. NOl is..u ormnA- then run South72 County Florida on or

L'1aIB.' TION FOR TAX DEED degrees East to the before September 28,

NOTICE IS HEREBY South line of Section 21. 1981.If .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT against the estate are Florida: 0013140" East along said before service on Peti MUNITY STATE BANK OF GIVEN. that ERNEST S Township 6 South. Range you fall to do '0.

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY required WITHING A parcel of land Easterly boundary 296.98 lioness attorney or Immediately STARKE. Defendants. IRENE HUNTER the 22 East then run West to judgment by default will
holder of the following of
FLORIDA. PROBATE. THREE MONTHS FROM situated in Knights Subdivision feet to the Point of / thereafter; NOTICE OF SALE the point beginning. be taken against you for
certificates has filed said 31.
DIVISION. THE DATE OF THE FIRST a* per plat Beginning.Also otherwise 'a Default will Notice Is hereby certificate for tax Plat Book 2. Page relief demanded In the

File, Number 81-93-CP PUBLICATION OF THIS thereof recorded In Plat : be entered against you given, pursuant to the a AND Petition
deed be Issued 8 and
to Fractional Lot
Division NOTICE to file with the Book 2, Page 21 of the A parcel of land containing for the relief demandedIn Final Judgment enteredIn thereon. The certificate Block 8 of Livingston WITNESS my hand and

IN RE: ESTATE OF LEE clerk of the above courta public records of Brad. 7.69 acres more the petition Case No. 81-283. in number and of Issuance lot 9. and Companies seal this 25th day of
,J. MILLER. Deceased. written statement of ford Florida the Circuit Court for year Truby
County and
or less lying In Lots 5, 6. WITNESS my hand the descriptionof Addition to the August 1981.GILBERT .
NOTICE OF any claim or demand said parcel being more and 7 of Davis Brothers seal of this Court on this Bradford County, the and the Florida. S. BROWN.
ADMINISTRATIONTO they may have. Each particularly described as and Florida. I will sell the property Town of Stark..
Truby' Subdivision 26th day August, 1981. names in which It was Plat in Deed Book J. AS CLERK OF SAID
ALL PERSONS HAVING claim must be In writing follows: Begin at the SWcorner a. per plot thereof Gilbert S. Brown. Clerkof property situated In assessed follows all the COURT.By .
ore as : In
CLAIMS OR and must Indicate the of Lot 9 Block 23 recorded In Deed Book E, Circuit Court Bradford County Certificate No. 34. Page 232.Records of Bradford : Fay N.

DEMANDS AGAINST THE basis for the claim. the of Knights Subdivisionand Page 680 of the public By Beuloh M. Moody Florida described as: Year of Issuance 1979 Public Florida.at Whiteheod Deputy
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALl name and address of the run North 18015'12"Ea.t records of Bradford Deputy Clerk9104tchg of Clerk.IN .
Description Property Public sale, to the
OTHER PERSONS IN. creditor or his agent or along the Westerly County Florida said lOll Block I of GovernmentLot

TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: attorney and the line of said Block 23 and parcel being more 4 of Section 22 : highest and best bidder, THE c.IR..LI":
particularly Com SW of SW'4of
at cor for cash at the front
YOU ARE HEREBY amount claimed. If the the Westerly (line of described Townships South. Range COURT. EIGHTH
a* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SE'/ of NWV. NlylOB.7' Bradford
run of f the
NOTIFIED that the administration claim is not yet due. the Block 16 of said Knight's follows: 22 East except 360 feet door JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

of the date when It will become Subdivision, 355.27 feet Commence at a concrete OF FLORIDA EIGHTH on East side of said lot for POB. cant Nly County Courthouse at FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN 208.7'. Ely IDS', Sly Florida 11
.slat of LEE J. MILLER due shall be stated. If thence run South monument locatedat running North and South Starke, at BRADFORD COUNTY.
the claim la 7144'48" East 130.00 feet AND FOR BRADFORD 208.7', Wly 105'. to POBor o'clock errs on October ACTION
deceased Fll. Numb.r contingent or the NE corner of Sec Lakeside Subdivision as CIVIL
123-5 T-5-S
81-93-CP. I I. p.ndlng In unliquidated the natureof to the Westerly right of tion 7. Township 7 South. JUVENILE DIVISION.IN per plot thereof recorded R-22. : 8. 1931. Case No. 81.390.
Gilbert S. Brown
the Circuit Court for the.uncertainty shall way line of the Seaboard Rang. 22 East and run THE INTEREST OF: in Plot Book 2, page Name In which assessed Court In Re: The Marriage of
Clerk of the
Bradford County, be statad. If the claim Is Coastline Railroad South 13'40" West 24. public records of HERBERT TYSON. JR..
Florida Probate Division secured the security thence run South along the Easterly boundary and EDNA Bradford County Gulf Shore Dredging by Beuloh M.Moody Husband.
the addrs of shall be described. The 1815'I2" West along thereof 511.98 feet Florida. EXCEPT> those Company. Deputy Clerk v.

which I I. P. O. Drow.r B. claimant shall deliver said Westerly right of to an Iron pipe for the YVETTE children.TUNKINS minor parcels conveyed and All of said property 9/lO2tchg 917NOTICE GWENDOLYN D. TYSON

Stark. Florida. Th. personal sufficient copies of the way line 314.91 feet to Point of Beginning. From NOTICE described in Official being in the County of OFINTENTION Wife

representative of claim to the clerk to the Southeast corner of point of beginning thus THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Record Book 107, page Bradford State of NOTICE OF

the estate I. UETHER enable the clerk to mall said Block 23; thence run described continue South 203; Official Record Book Florida. TO REGISTER SUIT

MOSELY who... address one copy to each per.sonal North 8900' West along 13'40" West along said : 117 page 459; and Of. Unless such certificateor FICTITIOUS NO PROPERTY

Is 1601 S.E. 12th Plac., representative the South line of said Easterly boundary 248.12 CHARLIE MAR. ficial Record Book 123, certificates shall be NAME TO: HERBERT TYSON.

Gainesville. Florida. Th. All persons interestedIn Block 23 a distance of feet to a concrete monument SHALL, whose last page 285.ALSO redeemed according to JR., address unknown.

nom. and address of the the estate to whom a 136.13 feel I to the POB. thence South known address was 2131. law the property described Pursuant to Section YOU ARE HEREBY

personal represen copy of this Notice of Administration Said parcel of land containing 89"26'30" West parallel Mars Street Jacksonville Lot 7, Starke in such certificate or 865.09 Florida Statutes, NOTIFIED that an action
Florida, and certificates will be .
soldto Dissolution of Marriage
tatlv.'. attorney are set has been 1.00 ocre more with the Northerly boundary Heights, Replot accar. notice is hereby given for
forth below. mailed are required or less, has been filed of said Lots 5, 6, JAMES EARL ding to plot recorded In the highest bidder at that the undarsignad. has been filed

All persons having WITHIN THREE MONTHS against you and you are and 7. 1335.32 feet to an TUNKINS, whose last Plat Book 2. page 49 of the court house door on DORA G. WHITEHEAD. against you HERBERT

claim. or demands FROM THE DATE OF THE required to serve a copy iron pipe located on the known address was 604. the public records of the 20th day of October P.O. Box 299 Stark. TYSON. JR.. and you are

against the estate or. FIRST PUBLICATION OF of your written defenses, Easterly boundary of the Davis Street Jacksonville Bradford County 1 1981. Florida sole' owner doing required to serve a copy

required. WITHIN THREE THIS NOTICE to file any if any to It. on the plain. right of way of State Florida and Florida, more particular. Dated this 14th day of business under the of your written defenses,

MONTHS FROM THE objection they may tiff's attorney whose Rood No 200 (US 301)); TO WHOM IT MAY ly described as: Commence August. 1981.GILBERT firm name of if any to it on the plain.

DATE OF THE FIRST have that challenge the name and addr.../ Is thence North 901'04" CONCERN at the NW 1/4 of S. BROWN WHITEHEAD INSURANCE tiff's, attorney whose

PUBLICATION OF THIS validity of the decedent's George H. Pierce Esq., East along last aforesaid YOU ARE HEREBY SE 1/4 of Section 29, CLERK by Beulah M. AGENCY. 737 South name and address is

NOTICE, to file with the will. qualifications of P.O. Box 1030 Starke, Easterly boundary 265.0 NOTIFIED that a Petition Township 6 South. Range Moody. Walnut St.. Starke, Dudley P. Hardy, Esquire .

clerk of the above court the personal representative Florida 32091. Telephone feet to an iron pipe: under oath a copy of 22 East thence North 87 Clerk of Circuit Courtof Florida, intends to Pierce 8 Hardy.

a written statement of or the venue or 9645701. and file the thence South 8958'20" which Is delivered to you degrees 33' East a Bradford County register said fictitious P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030

any claim or d.mand jurisdiction of the court. original with the clerk of East parallel with theNortherly herewith has been filedIn distance of 321 feet to the Florid" "'"" 4.-k. 0'17NOTICE name under the provisions Starke. Florida 32091

they may have. Each ALL CLAIMS the above styled court on boundary of the above styled Court Point of Beginning of aforesaid and file the original with
claim must be In writing DEMANDS AND OBJEC. or before October 20 said Section 7, 1294.38 for the Permanent Commitment thence North 87 degrees INTENTIONTO statute. the Clerk of the above-

and must Indicate the TIONS NOT SO FILED 1981 otherwise a judge feet to the Point of of SHARON 33' East a distance of 288 REGISTER Dated this 15th' day of styled Court on or before

basis for the claim. the WILL BE FOREVER BAR ment may be entered Beginning.at DENISE MARSHALL, a feat thence South 70 FICTITIOUS September, A.D. 1981 in October 2. 1981: otherwise
against you for the relief female child born degrees 30' East a a judgement may
name and address of the Bradford County
creditor or his agent ora4fojineyancL RED.Date of the first demanded In the complaint a public auction to the September 19. 1967 In distance of 218.57 feet, Florida. 9/17 4tpd 10/S be entered against you

th. publcatloji! | the Noticeof or petition. highest bidder for cash Duval County. Florida, for Point of Beginning; Pursuant SectionB65.09. for the relief demandedin
? to
amount claimed. If the Administration is WITNESS my hand and at the East front door of who. natural mother isDasserse continue South 70 the complaint or petition. .
'' the.seal of this Court Dobson, andwhob Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .
idaim due th. September 17. ,1981 onSeptemb .' _tb Bradford C1iIt"'YM. degrees 3Q. East, odistance
Is not .. |
t yet <*** Statutes ot'l' :. t.h.r.by .
HI' natural father is BRADFORD'COJN.TV -
: hand and
IfJM r
(date when It will become _Theresa W. Saxon ;;, Courthouse In Stark, of 99.41 feet my
., that the
--4 .Gilbert S. Brown alleged to be Charlie given FLORIDA. the seal of this Court
'''due shall be stated. If As PersonalRepresentative > FI6rfda, during the legal"hours South 0 degrees 21 East DON L.' on
Clerk of Sold Court Marshall and EDNA CIVIL ACTION September I I. 1981.
of sale distance of 294 feet
to-wit: a ,
: .
the claim Is orunllquldot.d.
contingent HILL Rt. Box 261
10/8 YVETTE TUNKINS. a I. Cos. No. 81381. -Gilbert S.
9/17..tchg Brown.
the natureof Of the Estate of between the hours of 11 South 89 degrees 08'
and 2 female child. born West distance' of 93.5 Keystone Heights Fl In re: The Marriage of Clerk of the Court. By:
the shall Shon A Saxon Deceased a.m. p.m.. more a 32656 sole
uncertainty doing
I August 23 1970 In Duval feet North (0 21' owner HENRY MACOMBER. Marion McRae, as Deputy
be stated. If the claim Is Attorney for Per.onalR.pr..ntatlve particularly at p.m.. degrees business under the
CITY OF LAWTEY, County Florida. whose Husband and BEVERLY Clerk/
soles West distance of
.secured the : J.J. same being a a firm
name of HILL
shall be described. The WOLBERT JR. FLORIDA, OFFICE OF THE day and the legal hoursof natural mother Is 328.59 feet to Point of SECURITY SERVICE -
Desserse Dobson
claimant shall deliver WOLBERT. SAXON AND CITY CLERK sole.Dated. Beginning. '520 S. Walnut St.. '
NOTICE OF whose natural father is
this 10th ofSeptember. 'ERRFAULKNER
sufficient copies of the MIDDLETON. P.O. Box BUDGET HEARINGThe 1981. day alleged to be James Earl ALSOLots: 1, 2. 3, 4, t ;tarke. FL 32091 intends

clalrn.Vto! .the .clerk to 1086. Stark. Florida Gilbert S.. Brown. Clerk Tunkins, to a Licensed 5 of Block 2 In Temple's5ddition to register said
snabte, ){rite cjerk to mall 32091. Telephone fictitious name under
City of lawtey has by Marion M. McRae Child Placing Agency for Section 28.
n.. :'"\\fct each p.r- the provisions of
tenatlvely adopted a Deputy Clerk Subsequent Adoption Township 6 South Rang REALTY
on4eCteflt0lve.Amfl4! budget for 19811982. A 9/17 2tchg 9/24 and you are hereby commanded 22 East of Bradford County aforesaid statute a A

,I Interested, 9/17 2tchq 9/24 public hearing to make a to be and appear Florida. Dated this 3rd day of

n trjejestaj*'to whom aihlt ".t '' FINAL DECISION on the IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF In the above styled September A.D. 1981 SB4-5O&S

opI Notice of Ad- THE CIRCUIT COURT. budget and TAXES will FLORIDA. EIGHTH Court in Stark*)>Brodford ALSO: Lots 6 and 7 of In Bradford County. mY [B

In .ift has ben 'IIfEIGHTH' JUDICIAL CIR., be held on September JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN County, Florida ,on the. Block 2, EXCEPT East 26 Florida. 9/03 4tpd 9/24 -.u

all. r.quJr. \.t AND FOR FLORIDA.BRADFORD IN.,," 21? 1981. at the City Hall. AND FOR BRADFORD 23rd day of September feet In Temple's Addition IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF ttf AI lOll

WITHIN THREE MONTHSROM Lucille Shuford COUNTY. 1981 at 1:30 P.M.. and to as described] In Official
THE DATE OF THE.' ",' 'COUNTY_ City Clerk show cause why said Record Book 97-381. of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 221 lafayette St. Across from Wishbone

IRST PUBLICATION OFl" ':'..k CIVIL ACTION 9/17 Itchg CASE NO: 81-383CA Petition should not be the public records of CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OFFICE HOURS

HIS NOTICE. to fllbjectlons any. ii IN RE: The STEVEN Marriage ofi RE: The Marriage of: granted. Bradford County OF FOR FLORIDA.BRADFORD.IN AND Monday Friday 9 .s Saturday 9 3DON'T
m" LlM/THE CIRCUIT COURT. ALLAN A. GRIFFIN WITNESS my hand as Florida being located In
ave that chatns t ;./ Husband. Petitioner ';5 i EIGHTH JUDICIAL CII."UlT Husband/Petitioner, Clerk of said Court and Section '28 Township 6 CIVIL ACTION MISS this builders home on 2 ac. SI0.5oo. One :
olid1f dIg.nIiII. .J-j ,s ,lily" IN AND FOR BRAD- and Seal thereof this 19th South, ,Rang. 22 East acre w/Moblle home. ::

f i I jpn.!It.tA. ,V VIRcINIA, IANEJ101\ r :'FORD COUNTY. ROBERTA "BOBBY" day of August. 1981,, FLORIDA INVESTORS, 2BR IB Frame $24,900. ::;
h. ij/W/ I htlen111 'WI'R..ond.nt.sup -PU&LEIt4lbt FARM. 25 Make Offer. :I1r.103'
\ dol2fh QeSue. O a t'1'rvltdlcfQMaoYTh 1 "'OTICE OF SU1T1N.1111.v-' ,..,.,.."n'ij(fit. Case No.81-266 Wife/respondent. CLERK OF CIRCUIT Real l STORE BUILDING. Call St. Good terms :':
ilph Bryan Est.at
urt. ; Diane Tew ?' D.M. HALE JOHN COURT. By:. Batty 'A, FORSYTHS ROAD I ac. plus. i1 .
ALL CLAIMS. : Virginia P.HALE. AND EARL I. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Phillips Deputy Clerk: 'TWO STORY HOME Beautiful lot. Starke. '::I I2
544 Brae Ave., Perth
SO FILED AmbOy,-NJ.,08861. 211 S. TEMPLEAVE. jJ'
IONS NOT eft i!> .
YOU :-AKE HEREBY" vsf REYNOLDS, 3441 loan IN HE CIRCUIT COURT ALMOST NEW 2 BR home on 4 acres. ;J

/,ILL BE FOREVER BAR* NOTIFIEDthat 'an action EDGAR H. DUKES. DeArch, Phoenix FOR BRADFORD COUN- US 301 OLDER FRAME HOME on b.outlfuI1'1o acres :.

ED. ,* 1 Defendant. Arizona TEN ACRES with BRICK VENEER home. -
.solull6n of Mar. ; TY.FLORIDA.CIVIL
for Dl
flAt '
Date MftftheNottt of-.the' .., ,idg lW..f'i'l' .been flied NOTICE OF ', You are Hereby ACTION (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q) UNUSUAL DESIGN 31R horn with extra well septic
'dLt4&sWc4ton':"let/.i I MOln.t you ond you or. SALE Notified that an action. .CASE NO. 81-285 NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS and elec.NICE .
required to trve a copy'of for Dissolution of 'Marriage FLORIDA BANK AT COUNTRY HOME on 1% acres w/moblle hook-up.
ffIWsV:1'elEt : \ Public notice Is hereby has been filed 964-8733 ANYTIME
;AetherPeronol MpsIeE, your written defenses-,. '' STARKE Plaintiff LARGE HftlftW Balk, distance to center of Starke.
t 1j- ; given' that pursuant to
RepresentativeFor If any 'to If,,on 'the pldirVi;/ ?iv". ,and In strict accordance against you in the above vsCARL MONDAY-FRIDAY9-5 p.m. SATOJ DAy'-l2Evenncjs BRICK STUCCO HOME Recently remodeled. Only
styled]action and are
tiff .attorney.1; whose you L. JOHNS.
the Estate of LEE J. with the Final and tM.SOO.
i Summary Sunday by appointmentRalph
required to serve a
and address "Ip. SHIRLEY S. JOHNS.
Deceased. name :-t ACRES NEAR LAKI-2 mobile home sites
MILLER. Judgement of
,?te. of your written defenses, PATRICIA SHAW P. Bryan. REALTORLAND
George ,''
ATTORNEY FOR PER ; Foreclosure entered in If LARGE COMFORTAItE HOME town on one oc.lot.
to it on D. WYATT
SONAL REPRESENTATIVE this cause on September JOHNSON Attorney forHusbandPetitioner CON. BLK. HOME priced In 30'..
Starke.FlorfdefTO209l i : INC AND COM-
: B. DALE THOMP. 10. '1981 the undersigned NEAR CRAHAM-20 Ac.-prlced right.HANOYA&OSBEOAll .
((904)'964-570frAirid4 file Country Club lots-$6,000 to $10.000 REDUCEDI 3 acre
SON. ESQ.. P.O. 4'Box as Clerk of said 2 storefronts and 2 .
the original ;with the whose address Is Post just out of city $5,000 owner financed. opts
855. Gainesville. 'FIG. Court will on the 2nd ceo ACRE 2 barns nice home.
Office, Box 656, PASTURE, pecans, ,
clerk'of the above court NEAR .
LAURA CHURCH 1.35 3000.
32602.. Telephone <. 9O4)) before October 20 day of October 1981, Melros Florida 32666 I acre BESSENT ROAD-bulldlng.

377.3132 'on 1981 or otherwise a judge, sell the following on or before the 12th day GOOD IN VESTMENT I-SR 230 I'/ acre leaded with RENTAL INVESTMENT-Stucca 2 ...

9/172tpd9/24 ment; may be entered described real propertysituate of October,. 1981. and pine- could be 9 lot subdlvn12% financing-20 years SIX ACRES W/2SR tram 29500.

I against you for the relief In Bradford County. file the original with the 22500. -130 ACRES PASTURE FISH PONDS. fenced barns. TERMS

IN THE CIRCUIf COURT, demanded In the complaint Florida. to-wit: Clerk of this Court eitherREALTY LAWTEV AREA-Appro*. 2Vt acres $5,000 Appro S EXCELLENT.
acres $ .000 owner fInanced. a,
II site.
or petition. or ACRES-Hwy 301-Shopalng center
FLORIDA, PROBATE A parcel of land containing .,
DIVISION. WITNESS my hand and 5.26 acres lyingIn US 301Jo RR-Wooded 3 to 20 .cr... $3,000 per A. PULLET FARM-34 Acres-CB home. TERMS.

File Number-98-CP the seal 1 of said Court on Lot 3,4.5. and 6 of HOME--. ..;? *,! SECLUDED-10 oc.ln pine 22000.% down, 20 eONS ACII-Hwy 100S-SS.OOO. Terms.
9 1981.Gilbert I.
Division -3342 September Davis Brother and 2 baths central heat B elr.on year at 12%. BROILER FARM-40 Acres-Very Good Income.
ESTATE Of SHONA S. Brown. Truby's Subdivision according PRICE REDUCTION.Country Club area. Financing avail.BISSENT .
: Clerk" of said Court US 301. .. $40,000. HOMES
Deceased to plat recorded ROAD BR. JB. Brick en on. acre. ,a
9/174 tchg 10/8 LAKE HAMPTON OAKS Country privacy with city convenience ....U double
NOTICE OF In Deed Book E. Page 680 '''Phone: 964-7700 THREE BIDROgfOCO, : home, .good neighborhood.
lulldlnglot. ? $4.200. wide mobile ham, 3 BR, 2 bath, central heat/air with
ADMINISTRATIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the public records of -Templo Avenue FIVE ACRES-Owner financing et 11 percent.
p93 OWNER FINANCED 2 dec. built In appliances, spacious 1 1/3 ecres with plentyof
ALL PERSONS )HAVING EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bradford County. Florida Build CALL ST.'Store building for sale or leese.
lots $ ,300. shade
city your trees-owner fln4IInc CLAIMS OR OF FLORIDA IN being more particularly FOR LEASI BUILDING LOT-Wettmorelend St.
THE described follow new dream ham on -3 BR. 2 bath block with and screened)
DEMANDS AGAINST AND FOR BRADFORD a* : *3 BR. furnished home; carport perch PRATT ST.-nlce homeslte. 3

ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL COUNTY Commence at 0 concrete with smell rental apt.,Included. Orange St.LANDSCAPED CHIA, large _t.l.. kitchen with plenty cabinets nice ,OVER 400' frontage.Hwy 301 South. Bldgs.. T.m.30'1 .. :
PERSONS INTERESTED monument located at the I location, owner, financed $38.000.
ACM FARM on Brownlae Rd.. 3BR 28 Brick. ::
bedroom 2
IN THE ESTATE: Case No 11.399TOWNHOUSE NE corner of Section 7.Town.hlp *3 BR. ham with 2 .cr... This home 2 has fenced-ln, backyard .3 BR. 1 bath block hem* with fireplace' corner lot. HWY 1* W-Several nice building lots.eCOMMERCIL '.
NOTIFIED..that the (administration OF fLORIDA. 22 East and run South edge of city Ilmlh.ACIIIAGI. . .J. $34.500. owner" financed, $27,500. ILDO.-Con. Slk. Good location. :i

of the INC. Plaintiff I. OM3'40" West along the LAKE BROOKLYN 1 -2 BR frame, corner let screened front porch: 22500. PROPERTY available en Crosby end Klngsley Lakes. '

.state.of Shon A. Saxon. vi', Easterly boundory- *A rage, chaos acre lat, send BUSINESS NEW LISTINGS .

deceased, Fll. Number WILLIAM A. GODWIN thereof 215.0 feel to a mount you need with bottom..j 27000. Two Income producing properties In downtown. Ideal for I -3i.. CONCRETE BLOCK HOMI$2'tSOO.eALMOSTQC2ce4Ijne.' .

81-98-CP ;Is1' pending 'Iii AND BEATRICE R.
the Circuit' Court.for" his wife .LARRY C. the NE corner of lot 5 of Interest This 3 bedroom, 1W bath and finance $4',000 for bath. eTERMS AVAILABLE. Frame In tewn. Disc for csh. ..

Bradford County Florida; GREEN AND BETTY J. sold subdivision for polnf *1.ecre; trailer with lekeaccess. comes with a workshop. Formerly Home ...feu..nt. US 301) South ef lewtey.Appro BROWNIES ST.-Commerclel Bldg. Good Terms.
the address of beginning: From pointof WAIK INTO THIS Income producing day cere center.
Probate Division hi. wife '
GREEN. for thethandyman.$25,000.
r Ideal *.3500 ....".Including. .with (B. 2 BR, end bath.
of which I.N. Tenvplej.'AVenue. dant _. beginning thus, *3 or. 10 acre tract In the eCROSBY CANAl-Qulet pot. Terms.eBAYLESS :
described A. rest oimu. 640 ft. *n UD Ml. Plenty' .. peifcing
.' 'Storke.Florida NOTICE OF SUIT. run .heart of Strawberry Cown- -OWNER FINANCED, spece$110,500. HIGHWAY-10 acres wooded.
32091. Th* pr5oi0I PROPERTYTO 'W.., parallel I bath lie.bean i IMMACULATI-3BR. I'/.B. Con. Blk.

.representative of WILLIAM A. GOD-, ''with the Northerly bounvdary try*.." acre across' from This bedroom. remodel Four fumlihed rental. units (could be .hem. end 3 GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE .. lovely acre lot

the estate i Is Theresa,W WIN and BEATRICE L' \ of said Section-7 WeMo Fie Market.. completely ab A rental). Prospective rental Income) ........ $440 mo. with Mobile Home "between Sterfc end L". Butler
Saxrfn'-whos; addres }s GODWINhi 771.97 'feet ''to an I Iron ed. New paint | new 50000.
.. . .$ DOUBLE. WIDI en | .c.w/esswn., mart*..
'thence South FOR SALE carpet ,
p.O. 7BW 1084..StorkenFferjdq wife.LARRY. C. GREEN., '. pipe Wl HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR AU.YOUR REAL
3209r.: The 'name. 'AND BETTY J.GREEN. his 001'40"' West 296.98 *4 IR. 2 Complete Bath. I 7'5OG'1 ESTATI NEEDS. Per Rent

and address of.the personal wife, Add.-... unknown feet, thane South home with S acres, tfXt en Terry A.Gelns-. Apartments

t.pr... tatlv.'. YOU ARE HEREBY 89*S8'20' East parallelwith h ..h-r'l. Kay C.Weters-'*. AFTER HOURS Property. Management Services.

attorney or* set forth, ... j;NOTIFIED that on action .)aforesaid Northerly. 'fventngsi Pl.'sre'C.II. Illeen St.nl.t-.J3-306S Milan C.Peare.i DevldDyel Movie Ware Appraisal, ;

bIOw.t I t .. 'ta foreclose a Mortgage boundary.770.86 feet to ": "' "Vernle. Odom'.Broker Patsy ."" .._964-417. .':*r/3alesnten A A._.... ..*.*../$.'leniMi Susan; M. Fulknr-RtALTOR-944-06 _. !

(IAII person havliygclaims "the following property In aforesaid Easterly boundary GM Phone 944-S474. Corn_el U.S.301 South, )fficeMeneger ....122. ,....7.... Irene L. Faulkner.RtALTO 11.964-1.2,

> \! or demands.: '> Bradford County. ; thence North '...Kelly, Associate and Edwards Reed _, -4-S319 Lecltl Spry-BRpaPH SAHSMAN-. 420

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Page lOR September 17,1981 ',. .

Obituaries .;, ... . .. . .

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Irene Shadd Odom ton Baptist Church. Hall, Jacksonville; One daughter: Survivors include: his' wife, Mrs.
' Survivors include: her husband, Christa Hall, of Jacksonville; Natalie Jones Driggers of Lake
, Mrs. Irene Shadd Odom 49, of Mac- George H Williams; one son, HowellM. Parents: Roy and Hazel Hall; and 1 Butler, one brother, Donald Driggersof
clenny died Tuesday at her home Williams of Live Oak,three grandchildren brother, John R. Hall, all of Melrose. Lake Butler* three sisters, Mrs
}f', after an extended illness. and one great- Funeral services were held at 12:30: Allie Maye Kelly of Starke, Mrs i DO YOU BELIEVE .
Born in Raiford Odom lived ;
granddaughter p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Hilah Dukes and Mrs. Rosie McNabb ; ,
most of her life in Baker and UnionCounties'
Funeral services were held at 2:30 Giddens-Griffith Edgewood Chapel, both of Lake Butler,, several nieces
.She was an Educational and 14 in the and nephews.
September 729 S. Edgewood, with Rev. Buddy
Training Coordinator employed with Hampton Baptist Church with Rev. J. Freidlin officiating. Interment Funeral services will be held Thursday -
the North East Florida State Hospitalin Intermentwas (today) afternoon, 17
Mark Brown officiating. followed in Jacksonville Memory Sept. at 4
Macclenny for the last 15 years. in the family plot in Sante Fe Gardens. p.m. in the First Baptist Church of
She was a member of the New River Cemetery, Hampton Lake. DeWitt C. Lake Butler with Rev. Melvin Owen
Congregational Methodish Church at Jones Funeral Home was in charge of and Rev. Daniel Parrish officiating. 12x60 2 Bedroom
Raiford. the arrangements!: Judge A.L. Driggers Burial will follow in Dekle Cemetery -
Survivors include: her husband, under the direction of Archer
Judge A.L. Driggers, 65, of Lake Funeral
Ralph Odom of Macclenny; two Smith Home of Lake Butler.
daughters Miss Sandra Elizabeth Lothrop Napolean Butler, died Tuesday morning, Sept.
Odom and Mrs. Beckey E. Burnseedof Lothrop Napolean Smith, 86, of 15, in the St. Vincents Hospital in John Marcus HowardJohn Mobile HomeFront
Macclenny; one son, Mikell Ralph Starke died Sunday, Sept. 6. at the Jacksonville after an extended il- Marcus Howard, Sr., 72, ()fLake
Otiom of Macclenny; her father, Lon- Veteran Administration Hospital in lness. Butler died Wednesday,
nie T. Shadd of Raiford; one sister, Gainesville, Florida following an extended Judge Driggers was born in Floral September 9, at his home after an ap-
Mrs. Melody Ruth Kent of North illness. City, moving to the Union County parent heart attack.
Carolina and one brother, Grady Born and raised in West VirginiaMr. Area in 1929, where he has resided Mr. Howard was a life long residentof Kitchen $$ 1| 4 3 9 ;::
Allen Shadd of Middleburg. Smith was employed as a park since. He was a Graduate of Union Union County and a farmer. He 3
Funeral services was held Thurs- caretaker and was a Veteran of WW I. County High School and of the Univer- served as a former Tax Assessor of 61
day (Sept 10)) at 3 p.m. in the New He was of the Baptist faith. sity of Florida, Colleges of Business Union County for 28 years: Mr. Fully Carpeted m
River Congregational Methodist Survivors include: One son: Gene Administration and Law, from whichhe Howard graduated from Georgia :
Church with Rev. John W. Yarborough Smith of Millstone, West Virginia; received BSBA and LLB Degrees.He Military Academy and was a memberand Del. & Set Up Monthly Payment
!! officiating. Interment followed Two brothers: Robert Smith, practiced law since 1941 and was a Deacon of Harmony Freewill
in Pine Grove Cemetery under the Kingsley Lake, and Howard Smith member of the Bar Association of the Baptist Church. He was a Veteran of .
direction of Archer Funeral Home of both of Orlando Fla. Eighth Judicial Circuit and the WW II, and a member of the
Lake Butler.Clarence. Funeral Services were conducted at Florida Bar. He served one term in American Legion, Post 153 and Only $847.80 Down Payment
4:00: p.m. Tuesday September 8, 1981 the Florida House of Representativesand Masonic Lodge 52 F.A.M. of Lake
at Archie Tanner Funeral Home, with ten years as Mayor of the City of Butler
D. "Bud" Flanagan Rev. James Starling officiating Lake Butler. He has served as County Survivors include:: his wife, Mrs. .Ntlaa
Clarence D. "Bud" Flanagan, 63, Burial followed in Holy Cross Judge of Union County since October, Blanche Roberts Howard of Lake (
who( lived in Putnam Hall, died in the Cemetery, at 2:00: p.m. Friday 1962. Judge Driggers was a memberof Butler; one daughter, Mrs. Jere _. .
V.A. Hospital in Gainesville Wednes- September 11, 1981 with Archie Tan- the First Baptist Church and served Howard Johns of Starke; one son, e a..r
day night following( a long illness. ner Funeral Home of Starke, In as a deacon. He was a member of John Marcus Howard, Jr., of Lake
Born in in Cincinnati, Ohio, Charge of Arrangements. the Mason Lake Butler Lodge 52, Butler; three brothers, W.S. Howard, 4'C -
January 22, 1918, Mr. Flanagan mov- Member of the American Legion Post Sr.. Cary Howard, and Glen Howardall ) '
ed here 8 years ago from Louisville, Mrs. Doris Virginia MooreMrs. 153, of which he is Past Commander of Lake Butler five grandchildrenand
Ky. lie was an Army veteran of WW 2, Doris Virginia Moose, 53, of and a member of V.F.W. He is a three great grandchildren; I-w I'* -+ -.,*_. I..
member of the Charles H. McKin-
WW and
a Veteran of II was awardedthe
died 9, at the Alachua Funeral services held, Fri-
Starke, Sept. were
341 F&A.M.of Knoxville,
Lodge Heart and Combat Infan-
ney General Hospital in Gainesville, Purple day. Sept. 11, at 11 a.m. in the Harmony .
Tenn, and was a member of the trymans Badge, having served in the
brief illness. Freewill
Florida following a Baptist Church with
Keystone Heights First Assembly of Born in Ohio, moved to Jacksonville European Area. Judge Driggers alsois Rev. Norman Richmond and Rev.
God church. He was a salesman for a member of the Morocco Shrine b i :
where she James Roebuck
Ace Hardware of Palatka. Florida at an Early age officiating. Burial I
Survivors include: his wife, resided until 1948 when she moved to Temple. followed in Elzey Chapel Cemetery !
tieorgetta Petty Flanagan; his Starke, and resided until her death. under the direction of Archer Funeral
Mrs. Moore was the daughter of the Home of Lake Butler. ..
mother, Lilly L. Ginn, of Orlando; I.
three brothers, Ben Flanagan of late Thomas W. Roberts, and Mrs. Card Of Thanks -. .
Knoxville, Tenn., Tom Flanagan of Margaret Roberts of Starke.
Peoria. Ill., and Fred Flanagan of Moore was of the Primitive faith. In Loving Memory of
It Orlando; five sisters, Mary Powell of Survivors include: Husband: Mr. Marion Jones Gnann The Bradford County Timber- Call For
Nelson Moore, of Starke; One son: Today
l Orlando Kathryn Sherrell of Orlando Born: August,1915 wolves C.B. Club members want to
of Hollywood,
Charlotte Elliott of Decatur, Mr. Jimmie Moore .
Died:September 17,1978 Thank Otis Henderson and Clarence Immediate -
!Helen Baker of Mason, Ohio, and Calif.; One daughter: Mrs. Renee The memory of a mother's love grows Jackson of Lake City, Florida for Delivery
Wilson of Ridgecrest,
Martha Whaley of Seymour, Tenn. Margaret greater with every passing year. donating their time putting the new "
CAlif. Two Sisters: Mrs. Dorothy
Funeral services were held at 11I.m. ;
Harper, of STarke, Mrs Valda mae carpet in the Hampton City Hall.
Saturday, Sept 12 in the Chapelof
Thanks to Mark V. Olin, Owner ofOlin's
Bushkill of Norris City, 111. Two
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
In Memory Of My Husband. Mobile Homes for donating the :
.vith Rev. Earl A. Thompson, pastor Grandchildren also survives. Everett L. Morris,Jr., air compressor and air guns and .
Funeral Services were conducted at JOHN BROWN/
followed in
officiating. Interment Seems like since
3:00: Friday September 12, at yesterday you staples to put the carpet down.
Keystone Heights Cemetery. p.m.Primitive Church with went away.The months have gone by Many Thanks.
Union Baptist and here it is September 22nd and
you The TimberwolvesC.B.
Elder James Land, Officiating.
l\Irs.l\Iary Ann WilliamsMrs Burial was in Dyal Cemetery in Brad- would have been 34. But that will .Club Members Mobile Home Cnt.
Mary Ann Williams, 62, of ford County with Archie TAnner never be anymore. You are in Jesus'arms 9/1711pd
Hampton, died in the North Florida today, and Morris, I wish I
Funeral Home of STarke, Florida in
Hwy 21 N. Keystone Heights 473.3775
could hear one more time,
you say
Regional Hospital in Gainesville early charge of arrangements. more Obituaries Pg. 1 IB
> Saturday morning following a Yvonne, I Love You.

lingering illness. Timothy Wayne Halt .
Words -------- -- .. .. -
I A lifetime resident of this area, cannot express myapprecia .H. '
!Mrs Williams was born in Starke, Timothy Wayne Hall, 26, of tion to all who sent flowers,cards and .
I April 22, 1 was a native of Jacksonville, Fla., Memorial ,',
'ate Herman B. and Ida Hodges Wig- Fundafotcyoung.writer> > "'-' '. ; "
been"employed and hdtfhvef'I'P1n'ostof his life. He Your and 1-
/Kins Mrs. Williams had thoughts prayers arefelt
by the Postal Service for 40 was a technician: with Area Cablevi- and greatly appreciated.
years, the last 30 as the Hampton ion, and was a member of the Baptist Thank you.

Postmistress retiring July of this Church. Mrs.Shon A.Sax..nand .
member of the Survivors include: Wife: Diana family ,
vear She was a Hampl -


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Mon., Tues., Wed. 7 am 6 pm TRUCKS; :;,na'sn d dA
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ACCEPTED 105 Edwards Road ON MUSTANG 5por11 r1! '

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USDA Choice REBATE Amer a's r i
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Beef StEAK $5000$7100. RED. Aln LIGHT AND VANS.TRUCKS.

69 <: ,""un alto gat ISOO Rtbaia on aH new al Font Vani Clod. in.check duwti'rjmrYou.11 .-> d price'O
Liver $299. W"90n.'HI" dm*pcKupi. and Counara.and$700 reo.leon, ,ibt'aka deliverUilwoan September 3...d23.1981 Your' .
LL all Broncoa and toul.wh..l arm pKkupaFord pjniLipnlin'' j F."d Oaalar conif butaa' part ol I Ih..bale' Oltar limndlo :
_. >l closing out lh.1981 modal yaar mm a tamarliaDla oflai thai fiva vehicles' p.f customs. Pebalas..,in Taiaa and Onto*
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(Red) Roberts Mrs. Grace McComb IX)

Bl nJ mln. Arthur (Red) Roberts, Mrs. Grace B. McComb 64, wife of ITr
39. died: Wednesday in San Antonio, Jack McComb died Tuesday evening / Tr-- Sanford
Texas; after an apparent' heart at Sept. 15, at Bradford County Hospital .
tack; after a heart attack. '
Born in Union County Mr. Roberts Funeral services will be held Friday Ceramics
attended schools in Union County and Sept. 18, at 10:30 a.m. in the I.
was a long distance truck driver. chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 'C7\: y'' Cor. SW 4th Ave & US 301
Survivors included: his wife, Mrs. Home in Starke. Rev. Warren Waldo, Florida
Patricia A. Roberts of Lake Butler; Langer pastor First United
one son, Kevin Roberts; one Methodist Church,. 'will officiate. OPEN: Monday 1-6 p.m. Tuesday 10-5 p.m.
daughter, TwiUa Roberts; his father Burial will be in the Oak Ridge Wednesday & Thursday 10-6 p.m.
Morris Roberts; and mother, Mrs. Cemetery at Inverness at 3 p.m. Fri Friday 10-4:45 p.m. Closed Sat. & Sun.GtlS .
Edna Waters, all of Lake Butler; two day
Fashion Frames for the
sisters, Mrs. Ann Forman of Lake
Born in Inverness Nov.8, 1916.Mrs
Butler and Mrs. Gladys Dattalo of .McComb moved to Starke 33 years
Beaumont, Texas; and two half- ago from Jacksonville. She was a ic. Excellent selectionof
brothers, ,Jackie and Joey Bruce of housewife. The McCombs live on Prescriptions Filled : :
US 301$ *
Tampa.Funeral SR-230 just east of Starke. Lens greenware supplies
services were held Mon- She was a member of the First ,Duplicated Across" from
Adult Classes Tues. 7-9
day, Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. in Archer United Methodist Church of Starke Sunglasses Free p.m.

Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Vic and Order of the Eastern Star Senior Citizen Discount OPEN: Senior Citizen Thurs., 10:30-11:30: : a.m,,
tor Nickerson officiating. Burial 9
Chapter 224.Survivors am
followed in Elzey Chapel Cemetery include her husband. Saturday 5 Special Senior Citizen DiscountFree
under the direction of Archer Funeral Jack F. McComb, Sr. of Starke; one
Home of Lake Butler. son Major Jack F. McComb, Jr. stationed Rodney L. Sumnler, Owner -
in Maxwell AFB Montgomery. work area when available
Ala. two daughters Mrs. Barbara
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Infant Arwen Bess AndersonInfant Weldon of Jacksonville, and Mrs. during shop hours
Arwen Bess Anderson died Cecilia M. Greer of Bradenton; a
Sunday September 6. sister, Mrs.Thelma Cook of In- ,'a* swrr
Survivors include her parents Mitchell verness; 8 grandchildren and three 10% Discount
Lane and Carlette Anderson of great-grandchildren. : Classified
Raiford; paternal grandparents, On Greenware
Robert J. and Geraldine Anderson of =
Raiford and maternal grandparents, I During Sept.
par! W. and Kathryn B. Biggs. Get Results
Funeral services were held Friday, Start work on your Christmas items now
Sept. 11, at 2 p.m.. in Lcngbranch<<
Cemetery with Rev. Johnny Yar-
brough officiating. Burial followed ir. j|j|j j j j || j y j j j j j j j j jl j| MMj M MM II '
Longbranch Cemetery with Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler in : Sale Good

charge. Merrill Edwards ril I&tv Store Savers thru

Starke City Clerk, Merrill Edwards family centers
66, died in the North Florid* Sept. 20
Regional Hospital in Gainesville: ear-
ly Wednesday morning, Sept 16, .

following lifelong a lingering resident illness.A of .Bradford [ BEST r. ....- 4{. : c=:> a.llt.r P.il. Cola friend.drapplnp .
BUY .." j. p J by?You n.v.r bawl
Mr. Edwards was born in
County :I.... J K.p thorn rafroihod with Ic.-
Starke March 5, 1915. He had servedas 'IH'f." Mina ** cold Pap.l I 1 .28Texlze
city clerk for 22 years, and was .
also distributor for Tom-Houston's 40-Piece Combination ....... ,
Peanut Company for 28 years. Mr. .. ...
Edwards was a member of the 1.19 *Spray Wash Aerosol
Florida League of Municipalities, the Ratchet Socket Set I EA. laundry soil and stain |
of City Clerks, BPOE Elks of .61 FOR remover 16 oz Limit 2
Stare and the Moose Club. He was a 88 i -
member of the First Baptist Church. Triple chrome plated. Sritt Paper Towels of Candy delicious A big candles.assort
Survivors include: his wife, Louree Single rolls In assorted HI-Drl Bath Tissue size bags.
Howard Edwards; a daughter, Mary Standard sizes with prints. 1-ply. 85 sq. ft. package In choice of
Lou Black Starke; ,three sons, per roll. Limit 2 _or colors. Limit 2
Jerome Edwards, Naples Stephen C.
Edwards and Richard V. Edwards, 3/8" raltchet drive,
both of Starke; one brother EugeneB.
Edwards, Starke; and 7 grand attachments, and metric' YOIa-best buy .

,.Funeral, services for Mr. Edwards sizes with 1/4" drive. No. 306 P
will be held at 2 p.m. Friday Sept. 18, .1' ,

i i ifcthe First Baptist Church with the off '1+., iA. .....;t.W. ..I 'I,,"t Ry' .
PW tor. Rev. Ben P. Bryant, 'A .R4r.p "
ating, Burial will follow in theRck 5 00 ,1.'v r""
Cemetery near Graham, with
DeWitt C Jones Funeral Homo in U LIFE .
charge of the arrangements.
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Local Man 7Yaa; 3:::

$hot in LaCrosse ..- ,,'N. M.n'. ....,'. soaps Cuthlonad lol. and arch sun'
comfortable fit
po"'ur. Brown" luada look upprwllh
;Edwin James Browning, 27, of e ty ri i '. w 6aq.>trim lie..T I] Hag 14 TThe
Slarke, was shot to death at a mobile .88w ;
helve two miles north of LaCrosse r i best selection i at

Sebt."A domestic 8. fight over Browning'sejpwlfe p ,,, 1 00 Four Bu"owo"," long M"* latest I"G&Y Spray the Enamel Giv. url, low;' low prices. that's
Linda Browning started at thei4bile or SO or.too project finishing touch!
home of Richard Allen 1 13.99 I.1 :.. .. : ** I IImlt4 11 oz. can. Assorted colors. TG&Y Fabric Shops!

Tqmlinson.! According to AlachuaC
pnty Sheriff's Office, Browning had: Rubbermaid* Roughneck Refuse Con-
g rte to see Tomlinson to discuss ah 67 tainer Space-saving rectangular shape
a ument Tomlinson had Sunday ea. with a big 30 gallon capacityl Special
w i Browning's ex-wife Linda.B Saran Wrap From micro- rugged design features steel-wire. latches "
wning and Tomlinson were sitting waving to freezing! 12"wide to lock odors inside. An excellent valuel! 49 Oz. Box
a ut 10 feet apart\.when Browning x 100' roll. Limit 2
ante angry and said he was,going
t ':111 Tomlinson. As Browning
St ted to get out of his chair at about .67

1 r. p.m., Tomlinson grabbed his O It i. ,
n rby shotgun and shok.-Browning
t be. STATE
omlinson W'i"> ,taken/ -to the Limit 2
A :hua County.-.lail:'where" he. was
o red held without'bond.floridaf 4sm16Oz. ii:

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Theatre 91 CIOM-up Toothpaste
8.2 oz. Price reflects
IStarke 964-5451 304 off label Limit 2
Quaker State Motor .

Fri. Sat. Sun, .OIIlOW4Owt.1quart.Limit 6 1y14!! :.,.:..:-':: 1.67 save
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Mon. Glade Large Kitchen Bag ,I /j
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., ,29%, O .. I L11 Summer'douch twin Eve pack.Disposable Regular, 230/0
) knock' I Tufflss! a Tall Kitchen Bags Keep Planierae Snecha Choice of Divided foam Plates A big .;:: .. Herbal or Vinegar and Water. R.1-10'I ..fclatll. PlaliM, ty.Spring M.1i.* Jttgf
i I waslebasketscteanwlth1t-gal. fried Cheeze Curls or baked S3 ct. package! 6'V In dla I '. Limit 2 .. right wMphl I for .a many 'thlnai' A pavm
| "vu .OUt' bags. 1.15.mil thick, J2 ct.| ,,roll/ Cheer Bills.. :8 01,Limit 2 mat /. Limit i packages. .II i p.m .bl.nd 01 I 65.. Kadal..poV..'.r J5catlao -. co=- .I
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:the advertised merchandise' not available duetdunforeseenreasons,TO4Y will provide a upor request;frj order) that' merchandise may BRADFORD : _
t IvE IY be purchased atthe sale price when becomes.available oryo may purchase sImilar at a sirnilarprlce. : reduction1:: It is the policy of
TG&Y to see that you are happy with yourpurcha$9s.e Itls TO&V.,policy to be priced market. Our everyday loW prices may vary from SQUARE
I ICH"WAY'j'B market to market but the sale price will always. be as advertised.e We will be happy to if you are not satisfied with your purchase. 301 South
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Applications Being Received i ,4.:.,., '..,.... ." '1"r ii', r ." J iioH j .

It;'' f For Rra lford, Union Judges Shop At Horne...$ &!!. : C Hold the. line At on Values! t'.

Judicial Circuit Nine copies of all applications must 1
The Eighth
f' Nominating Commission announced be received by 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. Starks Firestone < .1.t

this week that applications' to fill the IS, 1981 and should be sent to: Eighth ) M. Tempi Air-, Starke 9644436
Judicial Nominating Commission
vacancies of County Judge in both
r'. Bradford and Union Counties are now James G. Feiber. chairman, 703 N.E. .- -_..._. _JluIfflJIi1 Jerry Hus8yInvitat! ri
accepted. First Street Gainesville, Fl. r'
being for both Application forms are available at Brake V 1/JoI.J
Persons applying positions
should forward separate applications. the county clerk's office in Bradfordand Thomas Metals -, -:: b* I

Union Counties. ( Al His Friends Service .:'! 11 .

To Stop By For A Tune-up );,)1:1:

Shop work now done nd Servlca Special .! .
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G.rrl Lennon i. *....'... Uk...-. ". Welding I/i'/ j,- r-I i- ] J:... :::1

46-3140 See Jerry __ .......,..
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-- [ Mig'. Gas Stick and Braising'Complete For, A 44 4/\/ :::;;

custom built. Beautiful on. acre lot. Landscaped Fabrication Front&Back j ..,.
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has fruit tr.... Good for r.ntal Investment [ Only'I 01./..;::

highway frontage on SR-121. Worthington and Blue Print Capabilities *.>
financed. .. I'" .'i"
Spring. Own.r r $6995 ......

93 bedroom 1% bath very clean and well ,.tIf

cared for In city limits. Chain link fenced 13 e1&t..tte ; ; A,i
backyard. Specially nice kitchen. 4 9 6,- 20 st .. : Most Can 'I''ou1

teelJ' A Tracks ,,-: C:
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BE: ALL YOU CAN B!. We are proud to announce the association of Lake Butler I This Week Only .- ,'n

-- Gerri Lennon with our Lake Butler Office. S : SVve:
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Geneva Pork. SI 40 and up. SAT S.pt. 11 & 1 2. 95.
-- ._ Phone 473-2S79. tfnchg 7/2 down. $146.44 month. 7 Public invited Comer of Immoklee and 191 FORD ESCORT3.000; >
Remodeling work. kitchen On Opal Lake 2 br, 1 bath overlooking Silver per p.m.
Huntley 3BR 2BA HOME-CH/A. $350 Andrew Road. Antique 'miles foctory air. ">:'n
cabinets and trlrr masonry home brick fireplace Lake. Two mile to Phone 473-4058 or tfnchg 8/6 cassette'
month. lake occ. combo radio and record .
t p.r
streo. $6,500or best'-1
473-4367 alter 6 OVEREAT IRSANONYMOUSAre
: Redfeorn'cSERVICES carpenter. RoasonabU 316-0078. 6/18 in large living room. Keystone schools, on county p.m. :
'. price Call Ed Dempsey at tfnchg fenced In yard. white and owned roads. $41,000.) LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE.Keystone -- you player bedroom living 'offer. Call 4732741. Kchg.. 't."*
addicted food? I I. room furniture bunk bed 9/17 ;. ','."
473 2477 after 6 p.m. beach. Just reduced to 11 3/4% mortgage. Height' own.rfinonc.d to your
on dinette set, electric grill. =-I. .
L 72CARPENTItV with assumable weight affecting the way
j 4734140or tfnrhg $59.500 3760078. tlnchg 6/18 10 percent interest. ,
$285 month.
p.r Ironrlte Ironer mower, : .
7 AND mortgage. VA LoanKeystone 2BR SMITH LAKE AREA Lots on clear, ,andbattom.d you live your life? Call ..
I : I" MASONARY WORK build. Realtor.K.yston.473-4961.Heights Realty.Ifnchg Heights Realty, -acre wooded lot. A/C lake, priced to O.E.A. No due, no fees clothe leaf .sweeper and mice., dishes Itpd:! GENE REESE i : ,

I 4734252Repairs patios additions remodeling 8/27 Realtor. 4734961. heat. Furnished or unfur sell from 9900. One to no weigh-ins Open '.'
Of homes and tile work. 2BR DUPLIXNew duplex UNIQUE SPLIT nished. $30,000 assumable five acres overlooking lake meeting Tuesday night at 9/10. Itchg SAlIHouseholdItems 9/17. ,IREALTYCENE : .:.:...
Major Also painting. Fr.. LEVELSpacious home with mortgage available at 9 (access available) with 7:30 p.m. at St. Anne'sEpiscopal YARD .
downtown REESE, REALTOR ;
Keystone Christmas decoration ,..,
Electric Appliance. estimates Phone 473-4473 1670 ft. 3 BR 2 BA large nice from Church. -
sq. 3/4% CoIl owner. trees $3,500 .
Heights, close to shopping .
plants' linens "' .
pots '
Serving Bradford Clay during day. tfnchg 8/6 walk to school. Kitchen livlngroom with 8X4 Bay 473-273S. 2tchg 9/17 to $500 down. $50 a month. Keystone Heights. For Information and much more. Call I ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE ."1 Ir
window. equipped 924BLISSFUL Commercial frontage-' emergency
Counties WANTED HAIRwith elec-! equipped ,large walk-in 3X6 pantry. den 2 car Investment opportunity. help call 473-2790 or 4732735. 1 tchg 9/17 1 3 BR 2 BA Custom bull ,;", r
Call for free closets central air and assumable VA PRIVACY on 9648587. tfnchg 8/27 'cedar home overlooking .- :I
Lawrence Blvd Keystone ""'ysi s. a con garage, SR-21N. Owner-salesman.
I heat. All electric' quiet Carlton Lake, 3 BR, 1 BA. CARS & Lake Geneve. Assumable '
sultation. 473 7033, Amy'sElecIrolysis. loon 58000. Keystone' 4734375. Ifnchg 8/6 FREE SHElTEBeutiful Mole .MIa'lo t'4
= 490 Lawrence neighborhood.' $285. Realty Realtor mobile home. 21) x 12 Shelte Free to good ; % $43.500 mortgage :: .
Heights AKC puppy TRUCKS197B ;
Blvd. month with lyr. 'lease. storage & laundry bldg.. DOBERMANSTopquality 40000. / .,..,;J"I
1/2 Call 473-3296
Keystone tfnchg 473-4961. home. Itchg
only. You are Invited
STEVE BROADWAYTREE Available 10/1. Phone 1-car
132 ft.
garage. on '- )
HYPNOSISopenmg practiceof GREAT FISHING on Good son to visit kennels. AKC LABRADOR I AFFORDABLE
473-2209 4tchg 9/10 to lake, our ..
SERVICE Mark David WI... B.A.. 10/1 Prairie Lake, mobile home 28800. Keystone 4751228. RETRIEVERNeeds room to DATSUN SIC S/W. low Custom built MH on 'I acre '. ...

Removal Now offering services for 3 5.!. 2 BA MOBILE HOME lot in private locked got. 473-4961.Heights Realty Realtor. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN run. Free to good home mileage one owner S3.900 shaded lot. 2 BR. 2 BA. '

prescription hypnosis for Furnished with A/C. Hwy. development. Well septic. LIKE COUNTRY LIVING'Enjoy /.ACRE LOTS for sale from with kid.. 473-2601: Itpd call '473-287. 2tchg 9/17 Owner will finance with 'I''?'

I Trimming tradditional,, und individual: 18. 4 ml. out of Keystone. power pole. Owner financing living In this 3Br. 1 bath 2995. Restricted with WANT TO BUYGood dog box 9/24 i ,29% dawn. 19100. .\
application (smoking $50 deposit.' $200 $14,500. Key.ton.H.lghts lake accest. 3772808. for pickup. call 473-2277 1976 TOYOTA COROLLA
p. mobilehome nice lot with ... WHITE SANDS LAKE _
Free Estimate weight control doctor Realty Realtor. "' ''IMORun :. "
month. Call 473-4507 9/17 good reliablefron.qprotloisi
: 132 on Carlton Lake. 21x12 tfnchg6/18 1tchg 3BR 1BA Frame on
referral, stress reduction cottage
4 5.*. 2 BA ON LAKE 473-4961. STOREWIDE'CEARCEW w -" : ..4.11.
Muss <;
etc.) Please call Galnsvllle, BROOKLVrr\ S.pt. 'thrtf- FOURLAKES' COM-1,,I taundry roojfj 1 )., 'waterage." ) '' '1.r': ,"..i.. "t rre" p 1 "1.500 call 475-1691, beautiful tree shoaVa lot
building '
sond'J b'eVckA
garage. White .
376-3545, for
475.4732 appointment.tfnchg May. $375.00 per mo. MUNITYNeor the new $23.800 dryers, 'refrigerator*,' '1970 V.W. BEATLENew fire.
8 6REDUr.E $47.000.
After 5 P.M. FAST AND Keystone' Height. Realty Georgia Pacific plant. A KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ranges and vaccum radlo-8 track. trailer hitch. '."..'r JO.JI
Realtor. 473.4961COMMERCIAL big one and a half acre lot. REALTORS Wheelers Di.. ENERGY EFFICIENT
EASYwith, GoBese Tablets sweepers. good cond. $1.200 475-1839 I 1.8
3.000 SQ. established lawn beutiful count Appliances. 473.2689 Walk to Keystone School .
Keystone Heights E. water An. 473-4941 2lchg 9/17 9/24 :t "'1
Vap pills"
drews FT.Rent all for $425 per trees, right In 'the middle Itcha 9/17 2tchg 9/109/17 ..iIssIs0sPHtt 3BR 1BA with fireplace. ,,:,,,,:
Drugs Keystone month or part negotiable. of 4 lakes. Mobile homesare HAVE BEUTIFULReo Cypress Next winter' firewood In. .. ..I.Iclud.d.

JANS Heights' 9/33tchq9/17 HOUSE OF Behind Rossanos Meat o,k., owner financing for docks in stock. Cypress of Christat Assumable 9% VA !.: ',

HELP GLAMOREHoir Market off busy Hwy 26 In available. Keystone and custom .awlng. mortgage. ..0I \ ... (
done by Vickie: Kirchame.styling Melrose. Has fenced yard. Heights Realty Realtor 1x2Sounds 475.1720 or 475-1270. 9/10 Keystone Heights I CUSTOM BUILT .c
boy window K.yston.H.lghts Ztchg 911PHOENIX ,
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Call 475 I Ib08. 9am. til Realtor 473-4961 MOVE IN CONDITIONon KAYAKWith "Where God II worshipped In spirit and In truth"St. I EXECUTIVIHOMI
spray .
5:30( Monday thru Friday. Bedford Lake, All energy caving feature; Q\\ '
lIehg 9/17 completely shield and paddle must
NEEDED John 4:24 '
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9 10 2'<.hg 9/17 From fireplace to attic vert'tllators. '
andpermanent FURNISHED COTTAGEI furnished 3 BR. 1 ell $200. Call 475-1691 "
Dependable like cod
caring multiplication -
bedroom 1 bath furnished BA large living room with Itpd 917COMPLETE Designerdecorated
babysitterneeded Joanna Denny.Instructor. cottage on Llttl. lake fireplace. $60,000, ? Guess again. It's STREO120 watt Evangelist Robert II. (Bob) Bell 475-2813 and landscaped.SBR -iIIuJ
for two small ,
children one In Ball!. tap and 19 10.00 jazz. G.n.va $225 per month. Keystone Heights Realty,,. newspaper, talk, for a amp F.M. tuner Fisher 473-351 2BA home'--''h'. J't'1: ::':!II
Registration Sept. Keystone Heights Realty Realtor 473-4961. cassette deck, 1 wooded .cs.: Av lla\)1\);
Kindergarten Referrences to 3.00 at 'the Keystone ohe'col' mn \by 2-Inch I.w. """ ., ''' '' '' I for s.3bo. 'tHI,, I MAl"
required In Keystone 473 4961 dig tin Akal reel to now '.. OOC *
Heights' Womens Club. For Serviced 2iW hf I( q"b
Sunddy 11 6
ad. Too small to be ef revl and much Will .. 'm, am :
area Phone 473.2976 after more. ._ ..
further information call i. ).::1'J :> 11.q
6 pm. Saturday and Sunday. Gayle Remley 473-2218. Classified'Acls Get Results fective? You're reading sell seperotly. No Mid-Week Thursday. ; lt:jfljg) .to be aimoiificed Offc.! '3j7.;!+fft,,"rill ,how

all day. )11pd 9/ 17 tills one! resonable offer refused Maso c C dge'&d dtng, Keystone Evenings I '.Fp9k'! 'fee be
y call 475-1691 Itpd 9/17 IIIIIsuIustrt9i,1..1s.pflJStsuIsusisu5,3.i.r I ..73- "O,1 i ,,;,t..o, ietn.::0

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SERVICES SERVICESCUSTOM 12' ALUMINUM BOAT w/3' Earth-tone tfceel'onlef plaid USED .,:>Iutofi'jlf'"plilI ..",ot02

INFORMATION: 2 BEDROOM ONE BATH ONE ACRE MOBILE HOME 19/7 CHEVROLET PICK-UP 1 HP Sear motor. $250. colonlel-tylMiCUOt' dinette, table $30; ALUMINWM> rtATPJj3e" $1 ITAXJV, '/

Alaskan and Overseas CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIESFree COMBINE WORK MOBILE HOME Furnishedwith .LOT: $35 per month. Call ton, 350 automatic excellent Firm. 964-5116 anytime. .couch-bed vinyl ?5( eoch.OBfadtird' ot.,.
9/17 2tchg 9/24. orange
employment. Great Income I Call Jo. Usher 496-2126 or washer, dryer, double,, .496-2264 for Information. condition twin 1971 NOMAD TRAVEL SIS; platform, r c..J-S4S;' County >"..|.1t9YoPh'll! '"
potential. Call tanks sliding rear win
estimates Local utility Itchg 9/17. 96..6305. 00"1.; '''
496-2903. TFN B/2O. car garage storage TRAILER. 23 ft. Spacious, ,Swedish dining' table/ & *U IfrrtJ
602941-8014 Dept. 8629. distributors lor completely ATTENTION LADIES: PearlsSymbraEtte central heat and air on 3 BR 2 BATH brick home dow. Reduced to $2,800. 'choirs >1SO> AM-FM stereo ,NEW CARPET;'NEW S USIOl1( .....

Phone call refundable. washable nationally Botlque now large residential lot very good neighborhood.Call 1961 Ford Pick-up 300. 6 cushions bright, reversible e. with .mteMe. $45.,Phone Furniture, A Appliance'! : .>I ,:II. .
: 9/17) 4 wheel equipped
Jtchg cyl. speed
JOBS OVERSEAS. BIG advertised Gardsette open for business. Fitted Phone496-2563. Itpc! 9/17. 496-2126 or 496-2903. drive kitchen and both Ample/ ........., 431 > N..,Temple. Plumb. fixtures ond pipet. t'1I
hunting lights.reduced
Draperies SAW Enter bras, girdle' and BX3S MOBILE HOME Fur. I Itchg 9/11. Clean and In .,..e>M4B. 9/10 2lchg '/17.. BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 ;...t"...,.
MONEY FASTi Excellent storage. .
$20.000 to
1750. good
to ,. ..
prises.. Ed or Loma swlmwear. Beautiful' nlshed, call 496-2458 after PURIREb",1EGISTI1EOAN41IUkLs South, 964-6679. 2/3' .q
$50.OOO call mechanical condi condition. $2500. ((904)) .
per year Stephen 496-2219. custom mode lingerie.One 530p.m.: Itchg 9/17. "SfnchgLIMEROCKt. '. ...",:.,.
I 716.842.6O. Ext. 5005. INSURANCEMAINES tion. 496-3819. Itchg 8/20. 468 2981. No collect calls, # 3-yr. old. ..,,,..1
mile from lake Butler on TWO BEDROOM MOBILE ,frPhaeej 964.8356 JJefmesCashes. 20 yard s.ml-'
17 1966 PONTIAC VENTURA please. Itpd 9/17.
Ifpd9 .
TANKS: and drain fields Brooker Road back of HOME Furnished unfurnished : load I "'
or enly. Phone7B23172
INSURANCE AGEN. $325 1974 Ford LTDWagonS75. "MILK GOATi Alpine and TFNchg 5/14,.. .-
pump out tanks, also fill Johnson Store. Phone central heat oir. ''''''tr -'I
TVIt Colors lawtey ALLEN
CY: 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake both good Saonan. Good milker, RtCDMMTIONED
REAL dirt. Licensed Call Brine 496-2211. 2tcKg 9/109/17. $160 a month plus $100 Storting TAYLOR. 7/30 tfn.' 'r .1'Ir'
Butler. 496-3978. ol $100.00.
Call 7823944.
Jones 275-2197 around 7 transportation. Phone Itchg ...,. ..J
ESTATE FREE MIXED BULL AND CUR) deposit plus utilities. No Insurance Service. TFN 9/17. .Trod.-Ins welcome.Phone'DO-DtOP-IN ..ARGAIN'HOUSI. :
a.m. or after 5 p.m. 7/16 3 year, old/ female aced pel. Call 496-2366 after 1 7527980. Itchg 9/17. 964-8212.6/11 tin.' .. : 301 South"U6,40. :, <, <
ETHAN ALIEN three POOL TABLE: 4 ft. K 8 f t.Briorwood .'
rol( O::
I watch dog. Phone p.m. TFN 9/17. HEIFERS breed. 2 Angus We Buy and Sell
LOOKING FOR a special I living room suite with. 3 Also have wedding ; .N"
Mike McNabb i 496-2144. 9/17. '1 Used '
piece of property .- If I 1kha ....... matching table. Call dress, sz. 10. .2 yr.. cross 1-Chalols UO...' Furniture and Apellences. '&
don't have It, I'll find It-Just Roof Repairs FREE GERMAN SHEPHERD: 6' -- Debris Conner at old. lace. Moos Bros $750. l974 Ford long-wheel -. B/13 Hn._ .;. 1k. 3I

ask- JANE S. USHER months' old. male. friendly 496-2281. Itchg 9/17. brand. Both item In excellent base pickup. $1493. Call : ', BOATS fi'.:S.ta

REALTOR 496-2126) or Sky Lights I Installed not mean. Phone 496-2144. LOVESEAT AND ROCKING condition. Call 964-7063. ttchd 9/17. -, r .. *_, .. ttOlol
"496-2903 eves.,. "Youi Gutters Installed & ltchg 9/17. CHAIR to match. $50 for 782-3394 'anytime after, 6 CONN TROMBONE with 'I :.'d M
Union County Realtor, tlr Mobile Home Roofs both. Phone 496-3441, p.m. IIchg 9/17. ca... CAll 782-3729 otter 4 lB rT. SPORTCRAFT boat; 65 ..vOi

326.: I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE 1Ichg 9/17. ..: '- ,..3 CU., FT. CHEST FREEZER p.m. Itchg 9/17. hp Evlnrude Motor ...t..

I RepairedAluminum for debt other than my BUNK BED$150.double bed $273; Ladle wedding see SEARS Energy-efficient air Reasonable offer. ,, Can try ..ioa"

AAA Roof' Coating I own. Laurie Amos Green. LTOR $60 twin bed $40 color TV yellow gold, %K. $575; conditioner. 17,00, btu. On Klngsley lake. Phone ,.......,t
REAL ESTATE Installed 4tchg 9/17 9/34 lOll 1O/. !. $175. recliner 75. dinetteset 1980 YAMAHA 650 motorcycle .Work good like new, A 533-2366. 8/6 TFn .'.:r

AGENCY UNION COUNTY Properties $60 queen, bedroom black with helmet real bargain: 25000. Call-. 1>>:'0
Quality Workmanship I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIil. That Are OWNER FINANCED suite 350. Serla king size $1800 1 ; 1981 'CROSLEY 964-3830. Itchg 9/17. Oak ;"f

Ph. 752.0577 at fair prices for any debt other then HOMES bed used six month. 250. motorcycle trailer. Black' Firewood .' tiYil: I

I am pr.parlng a publicity 496-3819 my awn Betty ....he. .2. Home In tawn. chest $35, dresser w/mir., heavy duty. $800. Call t F<;)SALE For Sale 'M.he.

blltl campaign for South Itchg '/17.I .3 .1. 2.A, 1 -4ecres In town. ror $60. washer $125, I '964.6011.9/17 2tchg 9/24.: I( Truckload $10.00 ..,

Florida and selected Northern I .3 .1. 2.A L..v'ln' Town. dryer $95 frost free, ALICIA.HAY FOR SALE No HAY ,.;;;.,i:,
states. If would refrigerator $200. Phone weeds highly' fertilised. Call Sunshine Acre. .401"" ;;
you .3 SR. I Acre Out of Town. Large> RollsShodowlonvn '
like to have your property High Cost of Living Got You Down? .4 IR with additional 'In tow.. 752-7961 9/17, ) Providence ft chg. Horse!: ha.IZ.25.S2.5O per Farm 944-7499 ", ..'0.."
bole. Cow $1." ,
call hay per Or ,
included give me a ACREAGE come out between ::
SOFA. LOVESEAT CHAIR. bole. CAll 964-7789. 9/17 I, Penny Fermi. tie.IThdi.tk. 4 ir :"....,
I S.cr.. SI.231. .4 Acr... R.2n OTTOMAN. .RECLINERi Used 2 tchg 9/24 29-9321 9:30 o.m. and 3:00: p.m.
To lessen the high cost of I Acree. Off SI.I2I. .40 Acres.Off SI.2.1 0<<::0
3 month $3OO, never I IT ZENITH COLOR TV: Baby / | and we'll load, -t>: 0.:4:
commercial loans I have LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow '. $20 Acre Providence *6'Acres..Off SI.121 used Early American .b4td., dinette set'and desk. e; M."
several assumable mortgages *40+ Acre en 51.21.. 100+ Acres en SR.121 loveseot $2OO, new double 'Phone 473-4508. Itpd 9/17

with owner llnenced taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR ,*20..0 Acre.. Off SR-219-A. bed $150, new queen bed JUBILEE FORD TRACTOR: In ;. .

homes available. August These all electric 100-1M Acre. Off 11.100. $175. new Wolveles Flota. good condition. 220000. J
occupancy. 'I House Plans
Service ; :;
Notary Service 100-300 Acre Off SI.I00.COMMIICIAL tion water bed-look (Ike a One 12 It. fiberglass boot ,
for Union County* units are spacious with lots of closet .regular bed-cost over, J "yr. old. $2M.QO: Ernest' I : 't:;: I

John Longford Jr. space, and all have wall-to-wall carpeting *Grocery Store. G.. 15.11.. ea 2 Ac.... $400-now! $250. floral' sofa Hunter Grohom.485.1663.. Custom Drafting & Design! "

Realtor Associate drapes and kitchen appliance. On .Trailer Site with .IIItI. on ...IAI. and chain-like new 250. I Itpd 9/17 "'.< L 3101

..".3.1. *CB Building MMM I ft. Oft % ..... ...231. Phone ((752.7961 Pro. .ITMUS .A'EII.. ,20.viol* red ,. Commercial Residential ; .',rb i
site laundry facilities. Rental assistancefor vidence. |')tchg 9/17 blue, .'.j $25.00 .r:. .

qualified applicants.For JANE USHER: 9O4-323-2862.' Palatha. I tad)
ii.WANTED. ;: Soott Whlth.ad .
NEEDSCall Venero Brown applications and Information :"" -212& or 6-2903 . .Lll -- Builder- ,

496-3022 or Sandy Haien please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake 360 Main 51. Lokeutt.r Pie.'Y '. t.- I
W. ; :
496-3994 eve*. Tiffin and MOBILE *OMES>4VANt'Efa; :S }: '.eriiJ 2 0'. 4'
Owen. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2' Butler Florida 32054 or I Call 496-3141. *..*".. ,..Geeui**.....,..." ,Will pay cash for your used 004-0512' .5 i

Box 788. Lake Butler FL. Equal Housing Opportunity. 'o.y" t NIght'e "mobile h nie. Ray Powell ''i.\\i' ft" 'tI> .. ._ :f

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Deadline for a classified
preceding Thursday SEAL POE TRAILER PARK mobile homes mobile homes if mortgage

before publication. TOPS materials ft laborfurnished KEYSTONB-STARKI AREA and for rent. ACREAGE I Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S

Minimum charge $2.50 $75.00. New home for sole. Also ,Recreational space Vehicle 2.27 acre heavily wooded, I9B1 MOBILE HOMES MOBILE HOME SALES ; QTrrWilki.fl4,
31.1827.4/16 tfn.BILL'S quality built home. $22 starting at 964-5606. Open 7 days .
(Cover 15 Words) welcome Phone 468-2912. $4500.Cash or Sub. Term payment
Each word over 15 Is 10' SAW SHOPS Complete per sq. ft. built on your lot Tfchg *....*.....*. $147.00 per month. John weekly. TFchg REALTY
sharpening service, cir 'or Adams ft WE BUY AXLES ft TIRES w
our Hall
Mobile Home
for sleepIng 100E-1AC. L"'-$*, Hot mpmslbto errors Hwy I
cular, hand carbide, 473.2056 or 473-2128. 6/4 room TV and Air, ......*...*.* Center 473-3773.4/9 axle 44 tires $135.00.Del. ,: .
when s'vtn over the chain mower blade hollow CUStOM HOMES now Underwood Motel 3 mile tfnchg. to Olins MH. Hwy. 100 I A. -
horn K r when Is not ground and balanced. under North of Storke Country Club Hwy.230.2.3Ac. W Starke. 9645606. TFchg &-\ PHONE 964-7776
copy! construction on Hwy I GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE '
Leave at Jackson Zoned EtA, 20000. WANTED Used tools, bothmechonica I IT.ERWILLtGAR [9.Cltill
}typId and Draught to the Supply In Starke, Keystone Building overlooking Club. Adam Storke and Country Hall MOBILE 3O1. 10/9 HOMISi tncho Two 'and ........... Own. I With 1980 model Rebate priced Program.to sell : and carpenters.Phone j 205 N. Temple, StarkeIr1INCREDIauI

Height or lake Butler.ALCO'HOLICS 14.0 Acre: Shady. 964-8331 or
Builder., three bedroom clean. iPIALtoo
Phone 473-2056 ;
Large selection to choose I
ANONY- Hn. Avail. 9% 468-1551 9/11 tnchg
MOUSi or 4752128.64 TFchg. Highway 16 and 225. New ....*....** from. COMMUNITY WANTED Mobile Home Axles. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
YARD SALE 3 ... Home work chop owner, formerly While MOBILE HOME SALES fac
Phone 964.5148 or 9647619. Park. Call 468-1323. 3/12 10 Acre Large Paying the best price SPECIAL
TFchg barns, trailer hook-up on 9 rin. locked pond 23000. tory owned and operated. for good condition axles.
PORCH SALE Friday and acre 100 S. 9648350. Highway 301-N, Stark. 9648331. 9/11 tnchg Spacious
SEWING MACHINES $3500 In. Assum. mtg.
Saturday. Sept. 18 ft 19. REPAIRED All.. make 48500. Itpd 9/17 dining room a kitchen *********** Open 7 days a week. 8/20 WANT TO BUY used brick 4 BR 2 B, CH&A fireplace

404 Ch.rry St. Load ofchlldr. cleaned oiled and ad. NEW HOME see if you central heat and air. In 6 Acres: Well power pole, tfn. typewriters and adding carpet, dishwasher stove carport '

.,,'* cloth., baby justed. $15. Work qualify. Interest rate 8 percent Hampton Phone 468-1779. 10200. 12.60 MOBILE HOME and machine Must be In paved driveway fenced $45,000

Item, lot of misc. Itchg guaranteed Jamet 3 bedroom, 2 baths (lit month rent In advance ........... 1.16 acre located on SR-16. working condition.

9/17. Strickland corner Morgai Keystone Club Estates. ) 5/7 tlnchg.STARKI 10 Acre, I*. pine.. Owner will finance. Call 9645764. tin 2/12. assum. mortg. of $27,000 9 percent
GARAGE SALES Thr. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg Call Affordable Home AREA 3 BR horn. 964.5499.9/10 2lpd 9/17. MOBILE HOME Axles with mo. pay. $264.54. The most home for

families. 680 W. MadisonSt. CHAIN LINK FENCE Install 9645533. 9/17.10/1 $250 per mo., first and last $23,000.O1fc*#*#*** MOBILE HOME FOR SALE tires. Will pay $125. Phone the least money.

., Sot.S.pt.19. 9 a.m. Ill ed. Free estimates.HandyMan FOR SALE Near town and mo. In adV.. plus sec. dep. L.wteyI ac. well septic, WITH LAND 1971 12 time 9645007. 9/3 12tchg

5 p.m. Toy, clothe and Fence Co. 964-8559 Church 911 I St. Callr .St. JANET M. STARLING utll. house dog pen. land I 60 2 BR. 2 full baths with 2 11/19. Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with

misc. Item Itchg 9/17. TFpd. 12/81. 2-BR 1-B frame house. ph Realtor 762-3931. Eve. scaped. $4900. acres of land. By owner. COUPLES TO LEARN I low maintenance adult housing offering charm

GARAGE SALEi Saturday, TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call owner964-7707. Itpd 9/171 Michael. Cooney ......ac.. Janet M.. Starling Butler Mobile Home. SQUARE DANCINGi Great comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
798 Pratt St. Four friends.
S.pt.19. the Office Shop 110 W. 964.8827.8/13 tfn. fun. Make new
starting at $33,400.
families. Itchg 9/17. Coll St., Starke, for details, HOMES fOR LEASES 2000 ft. bldg. Realtor.. 7M-3931 16500. Call 964.5677 or Nat'l Guard Armory-
tq. 4851498. In Graham. * * * *
YAW SALES Sot. ft Sun. 9 am 964. 764. tfn. Strawberry Acre 3BR, adjacent to Suzuki of Michael.Cooney Edward Road. S.pt. 14

tll 5 pm. Five families, GLASS CUT TO ORDER 2BA. '.21 H.... fenced Storks on 301S.. call Realtor Assoe..944M27tfnchg. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 and Sept. 21. Open House 'LAKE SANTA FE Custom built 2 story nearly new 1 BR
Strlcks Flea Market US. Doors window, etc. tacked pond $51,000.f.ffsee. 964.5815.827tin. 8 pm til 10 pm. Free In- .
917.VARO .***.* 9646020. or I 31, 2200 *q. ft. on 2 ecres deck ft balcony T fireplace -
301N. Itpd CARS&TRUCKS troductory. Itchg 9/17
SALES All day Fri. ft 9646078. Orders also awt.y:3 IN. I blk. from TRAILER LOTS and I LADIES TO CAR POOL: from stave, refrlg. I trash compactor overslsed 3 car garage
high dry
; fans, shades B. water
CHCA ceiling carpeted drapes
Sat. "foreveryone. ehool. .hady.$26.000.Reduced Gainesville NW
Something taken in Lak. Butler oak hade tress 2 milesSouth BUSINESS Starke to (
softener B. fir. alarm complete sprinklersystem
Some 22000. Work burglar
new 23rd and 6th area)
some used. Olive and Jefferson 496.3079*, 473-4973.and KeystoneHeight 2/26 ..*.**....... on 301.954.8138.93tin. OPPORTUNITIESOWN I97B VW RABBIT 38.000 hours 8 am til 4:30: pm.. paved driveway fruit trees 80" on water R19

St. behind Masonic Extra nice SEE homeLawtey. miles A/C. stereo. $ 400. M-F Call I Carole. 1.377.2900 walls R20 ceiling Invest now $"0.0001
Lodge in Lawt.y. Itchg "' 26000. Owner Call 964-6020 or 964 5825. days Itpd 9/17 .RD le E ROOM TO ROAM I acres B. nearly new largeattractive
CONDITIONERS Sale and bedroom on Ep
9/17. lln. Submit terms.a..r..n..a. apartment YOUR OWN' JEAN 7/30 tfn brick home, CH4A fully Insulated 2 car
SALE Sat. 19 Service. Call for free water person St., Drape, central SHOP Offering all the nationally I97B DATSUN 280. Zt alarm Intercom with
YARD S.pt. MotorcycUIMO garage fireplaces burglar system>
analysis" and Information H/AC. Carpet refrigeratorand brands
til 4 families. Such Award Winning newly known Customized 40.000 miles. screened back softener of
8:30 3. 964-5673. 3/12 tfn. love. No Pet. stereo In porch water one
Item a* children clothe, BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK modeled home a" Hwy. $220.00 per month with a such a* Jordache.Calvin Vander-Klein' Many extras. Best offer SUZUKI 400: 55 mpg., the lots with home has well septic tank 1 electricity can
and lot of other 1001. Must see to appreciate. Call 964-6020 or 9645825. One Excellent con have a trailer.
SERVICEi Bradford County 100.00 deposit. Tel: owner.
Levi and
Sedgefleld over
miscellaneous. 3 mi.out of residential pump-outs, Screened porches 964-8944 ((9 o.m.-5 p.m.) brands. 7/30 tfn dition. $1000. or best of COUNTRY ESTATE!!! CI home 4 years old with approx.
70 other
Starke on SIM00 W. Itchg $50. We also re-lay drain front & beck utility 9/17tfn 12500.00 Includes begin- 77 NOVAi 2door. 6 cyl. f.r. CAII 782-3933. Itchg 2000 *... ft. plus 24 acres on SR II near Hampton Lake 3BR
workshop, H/A Automatic tram.,
9/17. lines. Phone 9648121. con. UNFURNISHED TWO airfare for powersteering. 9/17 2 B.2 fireplaces, CHIA > S large barns, pond fenced t
48000. ning Inventory Call
YARDSALEI refrlg.. $1700.
ft Sat.
Fri. range
S.pt. 5/28 TFchg. ..*..*....*.. BEDROOM HOUSE central 1 to the apparel center 961.8503.0/27 tfn. crossfenced Amazing value 113000.
8:30 til ???
18. From
SIGN PAINTINGS Commercial heat refrigerator LAKE GENEVA LOT with t white sand Rd.
gas training fixtures and and Pretty
Westmoreland Super Bargain SIR 2Ba on SURPLUS JEEPS. CARS
739 ;fS. St.
and private. We will range carpet drape and Grand Opening Promo- Grace Welding 100 $24,200.COUNTRY .
: 3 let In Southgete TRUCKS available. Many
All sizes clothes, coat.,
design. Call 964-8669 /U'nIY screened patio utility room. $225.00 mo. tions. Call Mr. Wllkersonat sell under S20O. Call CLUB New I luxurious well designed I well
misc. Itpd 9/17. & Fabrication
GARAGE SAUl Sat. Sept before 3 p.m. 496-3291 utility bldg. Price Inc. patio plus one month deposit.' Mademoiselle Fashion 312/742-1143. Ext. 705 for built brick with fireplace huge walk-In closets Perfect
anytime. 7/2 tfn. lawn tools Adult. No Pet. 964-3944 18006438760. 1 Itpd 9/17 for the family that loves golf 8 tennis.
19. 9 til 5 p.m. Olln'i fum.. lac..) Info. on how to purchase. Commercial Circle
Trailer Park 16 W. Brown riding mower 8/27 4tpd 917VWDUNEBUGGVi duplex or use as
ft whit. ,trailer Look for specifications treot.d with wood all, washer A dryer refrl,., mobile home. Adult $50 Christmas money. Ap- Rail type Keystone Heights, Fla. .30I S S3 ACRES B HOME::! One of Bradford's finest

sign by whit. house. Itpd pr.ssur.- range-SSS.OOO. mo. 964.5944 Itpd 9/17 prox.$6anhaur.3hour.aday. with tow bars; 60 hp residence with over 3000 Sq. Ft. plus fine acreage, handsome -
$550 sq ft. 35 years ...**.. HEIGHTS Three week. For
9/17,1 *** SARATOGA 4 days a engine. Needs brake 473-3579 473-7396 barns, split roll fence Impeccably maintained.

: RUMMAGE ft BAKE SALE) carpentry experience. Cal 31$. .., Spanish style bedroom 2 bath home. next 12 weeks. Also $300 work. $500 FIRM, Call 21S W. WASHINGTON Zoned commercial Charm ft
Old ; William Jewelry Red' 7823330. Lawtey. tin.HAY home on spacious lot In large fenced yard. Unfur FREE toy kits. 468-2707. 9/17 2tpd 9/24 After 6pm. comfort of older home with traditional fireplace and eat-

Store, East Call St.. Storke. DELIVERED: Call Starke. 32000. nished. Available Oct. I., Demonstrate toys and giftson 1979 FORD FIESTA) Great In kitchen 2000 so,. ft. CHftA carpeted drapes 4 extra
1/529.9003 or 12845111. ............. CAII 964-5511 after 6pm.for House party plan. Will r 24 How Service
radio 4-sped,
Sunday Sept. 20 from 10 mpg. lots owner flnenced.'BROOKLYN .
Clay County. 9/10 4tchg In Country On 1 acre lot. 3 Information. 9/17 train. ph. 328.8789 Good condition.
until cold out. Call 101. strips. Portable Gas & LAKE Coiy(Board & Batten cottage LISA
964-5449 for information BR 1 BA partially completed 4tchg 1008FURNISHED 9:00.12:00: : 5:00.9:00: : 53.300. Coll 964.5580 after *

more with
JOOKKEEPING SERVICE A-frame home with APARTMENT 3 Mon.-Frl. 9/17 2tpd 9/24 9/17
ttpd 9/17... Large or small |lobs, :20 stocked pond $19.500.Janet large room and bath 1st ALICIA HAY FOR SALE: Noweeds 1974 5p.m.CHEVY Itpd Long Wheelbase r Electric Welder 1121 BESSENTRP._, Large corner lot nicely landscaped
'" year experience, all tax M. Starling floor light and hot water highly fertilized., '.3 BR 2 B. CHftA plus attic Ion patio.fenced back yard
plc.kuptruck.Withtopper. ) :
\ Shop-Fabricator'; "
10111II1 D' "
isjjotoci. r- "tar shed.
iifpj ; Public; -' furnished. $2.25.$2.50 lighted
,,. _,. .uoa t< eakor.782-3931 _961.8071,1.917KITCHENETTEEFFICIENCY, i Horse hay per New engine,, I
WANTEDLADIESJ ,. reasonable rotes.; Sit dawn"wltH I $ bale. Cow hay. $1.75 per, broke. Call 964-6813. 'RD. 2MA Frame building with M. sq. ft., 4 rooms '/.
us to dlcu''y! requlrement -'' Michael B.Cooney ROOMS for rent at low bale. CAII 964-7789. 9/17 9/17 2tpd 9/24 MOBILE HOME both gas heat air conditioner/ 100' x 124' lot with nice
9448827tfnchg -
and our abilityto Assoc., 2 tchg 9/24 trees $13.000.'EPPERSON .
Call AM
i kit. weekly rates. Temple I97B PONTIAC TRANS- :
Free$300.00 toy fill them. Located In Motel 9647357. 9/17 tfn 19"ZENITH COLOR TV Baby Tllt-whe.l. AM/FM INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS ST. Owner financing CB :3 BR. I". B. CrlftA

Bet party plan and aver..Low No Lawtey. Call 782-3744 for MOBILE HOME 12 by 65, bed dinette set and desk. 8-trock. 44,000 mil. laundry workshop fireplace indoor pool.

priced investment.toy gift appointment 9/3 3tpd Bradford clean on Crlffl Loop. No Phone 4734508. Itpd 9/17 Black. SS,000.00 Call POLICIES AT DAVIS ST. OFF 301 Nine acres more or less owner

Approximately Phone 9/17. Pats. Referrence and JUBILEE, FORD TRACTOR In 782.3770 Itpd 9/17 REASONABLE RATES financed has potential for mobile home park.
1-3284789 So-PO per Monday-Friday, CLEANING SERVICE MiniStorageNow deposit. 964-8816 Itpd good condition $2200.00.One RAIFORD- Frame :3 BR 1 B Cypress barn ft stables pool

General cleaning for your 917HOUSE 12 ft. fiberglass boot. WARNINGHurrcone fenced ft crossfenced only $23.'100.
9 o.mj til S 8/1361chg Renting
p.m. home office. Call Jean-
9/17. or 7M AND SMALL APT 1 yr. old. $250.00 Ernest season (I. upon .I091 COLIEY RD. Irick 3 BR, 1'B VA loan of
nle. 9648350. Itpd 9/17 Mo. i Up473.27U FOR RENT House, 2 BR Hunter. Graham. 4851663. TheImagemaker
J LIVE-IN:: HOUSEKEEPER to ; us. If you art one of the $2.30S. @"'/ %.
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Page 14B September 1'1. 1981

Experience on the Dark Continent 0 GIERRRRDE.

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from IB great deal of Zimbabwe in a short
i page time from the southern to the northern
border and now the western BUY OF THE WEEKI
seeing a concentration of wildlife. We boundary. The African bush has a
had booked our reservation to stay at special magnetism,a heartbeat all its
one of the camps in the reserve that own. I have traveled in many other 1980 Olds Omega
night. Everyone must be in one of parts of the world, but now found I .
these protected camps prior to sunset had fallen in love with this land, a 4 door, V-6, 4 speed, air cond., tinted
for their own safety. All information land wherein I was a stranger and yet glass cloth seats AM radio.
including a description of your vehicle felt so much at home. What I did not ,
the number of occupants and intended yet know was that the Lord was aboutto Retail $4 CIO BOO
destination was taken as you give me a special love for its peopleas Sp\..
entered the reserve. It was comforting well. 5995.00 '
to know that if you did not return We arrived at the border post a few
by 6 P.M., they sent a search party minutes before 1:00: to find it closed ,)'
out looking for you I until 2:00 for lunch! There was WIi4
We'd anticipated buying all our provisions nothing anyone could do but sit and
at the camp store for we had wait for an hour and reflect: on how
come quite unprepared for this part of we'd taken for granted the ease of
1980 1980 Chev
Pinto Monza
our trip: no utensils, no food, nothing! travel in the U.S. After going throughall
We found that the store lacked such the customs and immigrations formalities 33 door Hatchback 4 cyl 4 speed air
amenities as can openers, paper twice once at the Zimbabweside ,
plates and those things as Americanswe and then again on the Botswanaside .. ., auto. air & glass, cond. & tinted glass)
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take so for granted.No Jiffy storesin we were on our way to Orapa. -
this part of the world! So we settled This man-made town of 5,000 is Dinner at Robin's [power steering, AM power steering and
for a few cans of pork and beans, a located on the edge of the Kalahari Camp..Clndy Normand and Laurie Myers FM Stereo brakes WSW[
loaf of bread, some buns,cokes and a desert for only one reason-diamonds. share a simple bush meal. 17,000 power ,
roll of toilet tissue. We could have Along with two other mines in miles. tires 16,000 miles.
bought tea, which we had sorely miss Botswana it produces much of the they were black; and though our The women and children were walk ,
ed, but we had nothing in which to boil world's gem and industrial diamonds. cultures were so different. I felt at ing up the dusty roads perfectly Retail $4995 Retail $5995
the water nor any cups. Determinednot We traveled the dusty, crater filled home. balancing large containers of wateron
to let such minor inconveniences road for over five hours. Not only did When I rose to speak I told them their heads. The babies were $419500; $529500
deter us, we set out to see the reserve, we have to watch diligently for the that we have the same heavenly securely tied onto their mother's c:,
reminding ourselves that this was the holes in the road but also for wild Father, and the same elder Brother backs as they gracefully carried their
real bush life and patting ourselves on animals often obscurred by the dust Jesus,and that we truly are one Body load; some with water, others with
the back for such endurance amid and blinding sun. This area of the Body of Christ. For God looks on firewood-an endless daily task just to
adversity! Botswana gets only about six days of the heart not on our outward appearance survive. Even carrying their burdens I .
You do not have to go to a game rain a year and so the dust is ever pre- or our cultural differences.He they smiled and waved to us as we
park or reserve to see wild animals sent and heavy in the air. loves us all as His children. And drove past. I thought about America 1978 Fairmount
for they live throughout the country, While in Botswana I was invited to that afternoon in that little room jam- and how we have so many material, Wagon
but you are more likely to see a' speak at an interdenominationalchurch med with over 70 people we all felt things but often with so little joy. I Automatic trans. air & glass 6 cyl.
greater concentration of wildlife ir' service in the nearby villageof His presence and His love, and we rejoiced Their simple lives had profoundly ,
these protected areas. It was a thrillto Letklahane. The service was heldat together.I changed mine. I had seen and could | power steering, power brakes.
see zebra gazing at us from the side the secondary school every Sunday taught a simple message from the never forget, nor could I turn my
of the road; giraffe bending their long afternoon. As I stood outside and Book of Jonah and a dozen people back, for the Lord had given me His $39951Spti t $359500
necks to drink at a waterhole; herds waited I noticed many young children either accepted Christ as Savior or special love and compassion for &
of wildebeest, kudu and buck; the standing at the entrance gate. Each rededicated their lives that day. At these, His children,scattered in a no-
ever present warthogs and guinea had a box or large dish and they chat the end of the service the man in man's land but not forgotten.Miss .
fowl. tered and played as they waited. The charge asked anyone who wanted
prayer for healing to come forward Myers will be returning to 1978 Olds Omega 1973 Mercury
and I would pray for them. Everyone Africa in a couple of months to live 4 door. automatic clear
got up and since the service was over and work as a missionary. She has Stationwagon,
.i I thought they were all leaving. To my slides of her trip and is available! t to trans., V-6 engine one owner depend-
4 amazement they had all come forward speak to church groups etc. You can ,
for prayer only a handful re- contact her evenings and weekends at power steering, AM able transportation.FM .
mained in their seats. There were so 4732735. radio.
many people crowded into such a
small space that I had to pray for the :.
whole group all together. God had $289500 c_ $139500
touched many lives that day.
We left the room and spontaneously
the people broke forth into their
joyous singing. As we chatted outside

many would come people all asked the way me from why America anyone %i. .c. Il. l. % 1

to this remote and barren desert.

I II'i the Bush..is this mud walled:thatched roof village at They were so pleased I had come. I r
Letklahane Botswana. When I left America I had never +r L /
heard of Letklahane nor did I have 1980 Ford F100 "Lariat"
any idea just where the Lord would
I The lions and leopards remained boarding school students had just send me or how He would use me. Six ]133" W.B. P.U. 302 V-8 automatic
elusive but they were surely there, finished lunch and as they took the months earlier He had given me this Ir *+1 ,
perfectly camouflaged by the golden bags of garbage out, I suddenly Scripture: "pestroyers have come a I |trans., power steering, power brakes, air
bush grass. realized why all those little children upon all the bare heights of the desert. e
We wondered why we didn't see any had gathered at the gate. They The whole land Is made desolate, but & glass; AM-FM 8 track, 17,000 miles., --
elephant for Wankie is known for its scrambled for whatever bits of food no man lays It to heart (Jer. 12:11: &

herds of jumbos. Signs of them were they could get, and then were quickly 12 Amplified Bible). I s.E 7495
everywhere: trampled brush, trees gone. Only a few tin cans were left on Now the Lord was speaking to my
stripped of leaves and then broken the ground and the chickens scratched heart about these people and
down like twigs. They even sever among them for any bits of food thousands others like them, too
telephone connections as they scratch that might be left. How my heart ach- isolated i too remote to be reached by .,, '. 1979 Ford Courier 1979 F250
their thick hides against the poles. ed for those children. television, radio, or the evangelistswho Pickup
Imagine Southern Bell dealing with The service was about to begin. preach in the distant cities. As >' bed, 4 sp. trans. iSupercab, 6' bed
that! We learned later tht the rangers Through the open windows of the Ruth gleaned the fields after the ,
had culled a herd that day. The small schoolroom I heard the sound of reapers had gone through, so there t M-FM radio, 60 V-8 engine, 4 speed
elephant population becomes too many voices harmonizing in song; are souls that need to be gleaned in eries tires chrome transmission i
great for that area to support and sometimes in English, then in this end-time harvest; those that have I ,
unless their numbers are managed Setswana their native tongue. not yet been reached with the Good wheels, 17,000 miles power steering &
they would starve to death and devourall Though no instruments of any kind News. The work is difficult and the
the vegetation causing a survival were available the music was strikingly labourers are few but I shall never --ro: _---..-.... brakes, rear bench
problem for other animals as well. beautiful. As I walked in I immediately forget their last words to me as I fen seat
Lunch time had come and we final- felt the sweet spirit of thesepeople that day: "Please come back. Just Using Their Heads..to step bumper,
ly reached the fenced picnic area ; truly my brothers and sisters I Iin please come back. carry water or firewood Is a daily truck
watched where it is safe to get out of the car. I Christ. Though I was American and As we drove through the little necessity for village women at

Don and as Cindy my traveling Normand companions, began to, they were African; I was white and village the sun was beginning to set. Letklahane, Botswana. $5295"SAle3 50

prepare lunch. I wondered how they
would accomplish this feat seeing Hampton Hilites
that we had not one utensil or dish, e .
but comforted myself in the
knowledge that they'd lived in Africa
all their lives. They assured me that by Delores Meng VFW Meets tend school on Monday. A tour of the 1976 F100 6 cyl., 3 speed trans., step
they knew all about bush life. Phone.J63-1915 The Hampton chapter of the Rhine River was scheduled for Tues- fbumber.
We procurred a large butcher knife Veterans of Foreign Wars held a day. It should prove an educationaland $189510Don't
from the park attendant and I was Condolence meeting at the City Hall. Among thrilling trip for the students and SALE
told to hold the can of beans firmly on Sincere sympathy is extended to the those attending were Wallace Collins their teachers, Steven and Julie
the bench. I was not eager to comply family and friends of Mary Williamswho 1 Royce Joyner Bill Alderman,George Miller.
when I realized how Don intended to died Saturday, September 12, at Davis and three VFW u.embers from Hampton Elementary School .
open the can. I prayed for the safety Nortrh Florida Regional Hospital. Alachua. The principal item discussed PTA Meeting
of my fingers as Don applied pressureon Mary will be remembered as the was the possibility of a Bradford Inger Campen, president, presidedat miss out on th'e.egreat {
the knife with a lug wrench and friendly, helpful Postmaster who County chapter being formed. the PTA Meeting held in the school
deftly opened the can. I was both served in Hampton for some forty Hampton Lake cafeteria, Tuesday night. September
amazed and relieved. We cut the loaf years. We will all miss her. Funeral Among those attending the opening 8. Other officers present were Cathy
of bread into three sections and services were conducted at Hampton I game of the U of F Gators with the WllIiams,(Vlce President) Mindy buys on
scooped the center out with our Baptist Church on Monday with 1 Miami Hurricanes were E.W., Lucy. McLeanSecretary) and Jolene
fingers. Into this "bowl" we pouredthe burial in the Santa Fe Cemetery. 1 Mark and Tonya Hodges. They all Frlese,(Treasurer).
beans, gave the Lord thanks and Gratitude I had an enjoyable weekend.Mr. Principal Connie Clark introduced Usfd Trucks .
enjoyed our meal. Mrs. June Haddock wishes to thank and Mrs.Jinx Dunn from Ocala teachers and invited parents to visit .
The next day we went on to Victoria all who supported her in the and daughters spent the last two with their children's teachers in the
Falls, one of the Seven Wonders of the September 8 City election. She ap- weekends at their lakefront property. classrooms following the meeting.Mr. .
World. The natives call it "Mosi oa preciates the confidence extended to They did some strenuous work and Clark gave information on tex Get on down to
Tunya" or Voice that Thunders. The. elecet: to her as a new member of the I enjoyed good outdoor cooking tbbok: money spent as well as servicesof I
Falls is a mile and a half long and the City Council. I I boating and skiing. the library and lunchroom.Mrs. .
roar of the cascading water can be Senior Citizens Birthday Party Friese who is again serving as Terwillegar Motors
heard more than ten miles away. The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Amanda Meng and Erik Scoggins ..Chairman of the Halloween Carnival
Livingstone first glimpsed the Fallsin will meet Friday, Sept. 17, at 2:00: I celebrated their first birthdays with a gave plans for this event to be held
1855 and today his bronze statue p.m. in the City Hall. All over 50 are I I party Saturday at the home of Aman- October 31 at the school. She invited on and see three salemen that will =
faces areas of the Falls aptly named; invited to attend. ,da's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin suggestions and volunteers to make
Devil's Cataract and The Boiling Pot. Family Reunion :1 Meng. Amanda was born on ,this affair successful.
The volume and force of the plunging Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth, :September 11 and Erik came along a School Birthdays wheel and deal
water creates a perpetual mist which Jody and Justin, traveled to I'few days later. September 15. Terri Kennan celebrated her 10th
engulfs the surrounding rain forest. Blackshear. Georgia, on Friday. Refreshments for cousins and other birthday on September 9. On Sliding Clyde
Monkeys can be heard chattering Jody played his guitar with Shot J relatives' and friends included Rag- September 11 Tammy Rhoden was 13 Uncle Snap
amid the thick jungle foliage. Jackson and other celebraties from I I gedy Ann and Raggedy Andy birth- years of age. Our fourth grade ayde Terwillegar Mr. Ford Warney Adklnson
When we arrived back at our lodge Nashville. Rob in Wadsworth and I that afternoon, we found that quite a Nancy Payne from Starke joined the "The little ones had plenty of help her birthday on September 14. David Bryan TerwiUegarTERWILLEGAR
few monkeys had made themselves at group on 4(opening and enjoying their gifts! turned 9 on Septmber IS.
highlights Brides
home in our backyard. Fortunately One of the of the trip for Studying In Germany Rhoden was 8 years old
we had closed all the doors and win- Jody and Justin was riding on the tour Bryan Clark left on Friday with a September 18, the same day John
dows as monkeys will go inside and bus with the Country Western Stars. I group of Bradford High School Underwood turned 12. Happy Birth-
help: themselves to fruit off the table They were all guests at the motel occupied i students by bus to Orlando. From day to Brian Davis who is 10 years old
and anything else that arouses their by Shot Jackson and his group. I there they flew to Germany. Bryan today September 171!
curiosity. We enjoyed watching their They returned home Sunday evening amusing antics as we prepared a after an enjoyable weekend. 1t 1 Mr. and Mrs. Connie Clark,of his safe dd:. .
wood fire for our barbecue that night. t arrival. The students planned to at- :: : 'MOTORS
As darkness fell we sat close to the ,
fire to keep warm as we watched our !
dinner cook. Suddenly we heard the cgl rnm@ IS 1M@OOm) I IOow'T
alarmed screeches of many monkeys ?
close behind us. It was too dark to see
them but as the raucous continued we 'wAST', -. DON'' A INStAj.AtltoHNow' Starke

had knew just that eaten either.a monkey lion or for a leopard dinner. THE Ti MeT 0' 11 LZMZTto IL ILtlkf cAAS .

Later a ranger told us that a pride of ,
eight lions had been seen in our area ,yJ1 201'w.. Madison St., .
and no doubt, they had caused the tooAK wiTH tfTII"Cro'U ttotiilctiMra b r i r j .
commotion. That was one barbecue I S $ ttFAE" vc
shall never forget! '
We left the Falls and headed west to ON A/et exisTiNt Hono$ //FfTZMAtFS'1 I 9847200I

neighboring Botswana. I had seen a 0
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