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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A formula will be-worked out for dinance the commission voted 60 percent will get the benefit" the
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r ..... .",..-- } residences, commercial buildingsand cluded some new approaches to the Hardy made a quick trip to
't": acreage to raise$100,000 per year problemparticularly the special Gainesville and Gilchrist County bet
for Bradford volunteer fire fighters, assessment avenue. But after ham- ween the morning and afternoon ses
Why Is'This Mansiniliug? the county commission agreed Mon- mering back and forth for an hour on sions. Monday afternoon Hardy told

Bradford High Athletic Director David nurse Is the man dump the BUS coaches In the drink and got a pretty good day Oct5. uncertain ground the commissioners the commissions that Gilchrist Coun-
I ., on the hot seat or should we say the cold seat, at Saturbath I before finally being relieved. ', 1!I Three of the commissioners, Chair- decided it would be best if attorney ty has adopted a multiple taxing unit
day's Bradford County Hospital Fair.. For more pictures and Information on the Hospital Car '.I: ''man.E.L. (Nook) Norman HomerHart Dudley Hardy 'checked out the or- last week for fire protection on a one-
lie was the first coach-up on the Dunking Booth which nival please see your "B" section C X and E.W. Hodges, still dinance and idea of special year trial basis.
gave watchers of the carnival 3 Chances r a quarter to 3,r adamantly opposed levying additional assessments. They asked the fire During his trip Hardy also came up
property taxes primarily on spokesman to come back at I p.m., a with a Polk County ordinance, in existence -
f the grounds that it would further request that was met with criticism at since the early 70's, which
: r' penalize the "40 percent of the peoplei first before the volunteers saw that calls for special assessments on

Status 2 HUD :1 i- in Bradford County who are paying the commissioners meant business in various types of property. For in-
of Project Employees .L"all the taxes" but agreed they will the afternoon.The stance, Polk County charges each

I-support a different method of funding action capped years of persistence residence, condominium, or apart
county fire protection. by the volunteers in seeking ment $26 per year a mobile home rental -
JOn : The delegation of 11 firemen who increased funding from the county. space$18 per year, charges by the

Raises Commissioners came back to Monday afternoon's The funds given the volunteer fire square foot for manufacturing firms,
Tempers of City session seemed highly pleased at the fighters will be increased almost fivefold and charges $6 per year for each

:' commission's committment, a far cry under the plan; they now receive motel room in the county,
:'t" from the morning discussion which 21450. Basically their request is to Hardy pointed out the assessment
the swing vote of Commissioner Is there a problem legally, with the 'employees Is included in the minutes |,jj got heated at times as the firemen accused purchase updated equipment to would have to be equitable under
I 'Travis Woods Starke's two'HUD project way the city has administered the of commission meetings he said. s commissioners of shoving thev replace what former chief Harry state law, that all residents cannot be

administrators were switched HUD grants, asked Commissioner Not correct,said Crosby, who drew:$ issue aside "one more time. Green 1 said were "15 year old trucks". charged the same amount because
from status
permanent employment ? ,
Crosby
would benefit than others.
more
recently some
with the city to an annual, contract Ruckman said he knows of no bad up the new the.personnel council.plan Crosby said j)i Commissioner Lawrence Mosley Introduced "Forget everything behind us. "If we go to the assessment route,

(/ status. points the city has made. In contractto the adopted by of the two HUn employeeswere i: a new ordinance which Included We're going ahead,' Green, the we can't go by parcels" said Hardy,
I J Differences over 'the status of the corruption in federal grants in names included in the plan and they,,/ the idea of a special assess- ,spokesman Monday, told the commis- explaining that wouldn't be fair to all
.
employees erupted into the open as some areas of the country, Starke has |I' ment. On behalf of the firemen sioners as he approached them as the .
raises
tempers flared at the city council administered its HUD grants in a 'should have gotten.the same 0 Mosley requested; "that we take hour-long discussion broke up. In the assessed."I I think we can do. something like

Tuesday night Oct 6. Commissioner most admirable fashion, Ruckmansaid. other city employees,got. I I"The '' i. under consideration a revote for the morning he had said "if this morningwe this to( special assessment) but not

Charles Schaefer moved extract minutes don't reflect a jise for purpose of setting up, some sort of tax don't get any indication that this today because I just haven't had a
''the two employees, director Jerry' Then what are all the questions the two HUD employees said, Clerk. (': base fpr this thing." He referred to an thing is getting any better I'm quitting chance to research it."
Wadsworth and secretary Linda about asked Crosby? Tucker: "- ''"'; L<-ordinance drawn; up by Gainesville attorney -. We ve been going through this Attorney LaCoe agreed state law

Ponceerv' from the. city's' personnel Salaries, Silcox. answered. No' Their' >names were; on th, .!qit ; Norman LaCoe that was termed -' thing for The equipment is gives the county great flexibility and
plan. '. salary increase.l$&: two., ,HUD. Crosby insisted, tb : '' much the same as the previous or '.13 years older, that's the only im- ..suggesting "the trick\is to tie the
J viwi ''CommlsdiarWt:: '"Verfeon, gave .J. -' ]J ..:.' <--..... d..-., .... _. :.. : .sf. : .... special assessment"
; ''tN.lwwp! -tt15"tNI+Et t ,t'tgraaal li d : ......- -< "lrr---- =". ''---f--r'; -':- ---:0--- "+0omiWsstt ersllodgesttart; ,''and- who benefit omth<* service- had to
the motion", and Commissioner Wood- Norman all said they will support the be fair In the way it's applied."
; voted with them. Commissioners Jimmy move to fund the firemen if an
Mosley then suggested that a committee
Crosby and Bobby Milner voted to equitable formula can be worked out.
be set to the
leave the HUD under the up study assess-
employees. By equitable, the commissionersmean ment .
personnel plan. spreading the cost of ,the fire problem."This board woud go unanimously,
Silcox first asked engineer Don all
protection among county
without doubt" if
a a special assessment
Ruckman to clarify the the city
options residents.
formula can be worked out, said
has to handle HUD project Less than half the residents in the Chairman
Norman. Hodges agreed.
employees. Silcox said he and clerk county pay property taxes now, the Mosley asked what was needed.
Neil Tucker had discussed the situation said he'd
trio pointed out. Hodges
The board agreed to shoot for
and needed -direction on Just, never support adding to the property $100,000.At .
where the 'city stands on handling taxes but assured the firemen he will '
HUD employees. support the special assessment once the close of the afternoon discus-

Ruckman said the city has several an equitable formula is reached.A sion the fire funding Harry Green

options including a one-year contract _..... committee of Commissioners questioned the commissioners on
option. The HUD employees would Mosley and Hodges was appointed to their committment. Green, who
still be subject to the administrative help county attorney Dudley Hardy started up the volunteer fire fighterssome
rules set by the city council. the work out the formula. Chairman Nor 15 years ago and had seen<< it

engineer said.Ruckman --- man first named Commissioner Max- grow to eight departments, could
praised the city for the ie Carter Jr. to the committee, but hardly believe the county commissionhad
way it has handled the HUD project in < !t changed to Hodges when other com finally agreed on a method of fun-

the Reno section of Starke. Now in its missioners pointed out the committee ding.

fourth year with some $1.6 million in should contain one member who has

grants approved and spent at the rate I ri ; ,. been opposing the special fire tax
of$300,000 or more per year, the HUD' : district. The committee is to ask Property Activities Slated ForHomecoming

projects have laid sewer lines, paved Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez for
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streets and renovated houses In the assistance. Week

poorest area of Starke. Alvarez, visited in his office by
:Tucker asked the engineer who is Taking the Oath... Green and some of the firemen Mon-
responsible to whom? Is the city tthexr'rlitEdwards day after the meeting, said he can get Activities the I'JHl Bradford High:
Cammisslohers CIformer clerk
Vernon Silcox and Charles Schaefer ,
for the HUD scheduledfor !
responsible project School Homecoming are
the information needed for the for
employees, asked Tucker. Yes ty Clerk Nell Tucker and Police Chief Jimmy Bowen take Administering the oath Is city attorney George Pierce mula although it is not at his finger the ent ire week of<>ct. l-2i:t to promote
the oath of office for at in
answered Ruckman. Tuesday night new two-year terms. right foreground. school spirit.!
Alvarez said the different
Tucker Is the only 'new face, having defeated Jean Commissioner Silcox was elected tips. typesof
mayor-contissloner
Then the city has the right to hire For each day of the homecomingweek
property are catagorized on com
Milligan for the clerk's vacated the death of for the 1981-82 fiscal
city post by .
HUD and to year. i is different thl'11l''otl'li
employees authority there a
..... puter print outs, and the computer on
.establish their duties, asked Tucker? "- which the county tax bills are printedcan on by the Student l"ounl'il.IUlUlil: '

Yes,, answered Ruckman.; separate out the totals of each will be "College Day" in which

.: type but that it will take a couple of' students wear their favorite casual'
; Silcox Named Mayor'CommissionerVeteran weeks to get that information. attire. Tuesday the theme is
"Punk-Space Day" and everyone is
Before anything can be done
: :-,:' Alvarez pointed out, the committeewill supposed to let go of their shy nature,

'r '. Vernon Silcox was elected members Vernon Silcox and Charles found. Bowen said he's been having to have to decide what informationit and' really dress far-out. Students it's will the
be Wednesday,
21aAp 'bopping on us
.
,;1. mayor-commissioner of Starke at thecouncil's Schaefer were all sworn in for new 4jbe dog catcher anyway wants. nifty-50's Day". The lit-Down on
I Idea for the
:." reorganization' for. 1981-82 two-year terms , ,
first mentioned during the
Tuesday night, Oct. 6. Silcox was nominated by outgoing "no second. meeting
Commissioner Bobby Milner was mayor Charles Schaefer and Com-1 ; The council agreed, at CrosbY'1f.suggestion Monday morning when attorney Hardy the students put on their western"
(\ will be I
Friday "Spirit Day.
., elected mayor' pro tempore by" 'his missioner Jimmy Crosby Jr. was loadvertise the open positions read the new ordinance and told gear.with the Tornado motto and accessories -
the commissioners of a new state law.
fellow councilmen.
""
nominated Milner. Schaefer and in the
by newspaper. Crosby said
,< New city clerk Neil Tucker police Hodges said he was not aware that a exploited. The Student
,
commissioner Travis Woods voted for many people might be reluctant to ap' about.
Council feels thisyear's
i "I chief and council special assessment could be made by really good
Jimmy Bowen,' Silcox giving him' a 2-1 advantageover proach a city commissioner about a
Crosby. Silcox, who had abstained position' or may not know about a posi-< the county until he read a state law Chairman activities Vickie, Carver.On says Homecoming.

from voting then cast his ballot for lion being open. Advertising positions 'presented by attorney Hardy.
i
Inside.: Thursday' the traditional Tornado '
himself rather than voting for Crosby would give all city residents a chanceat Three options exist under current
Whirl will 7:30
state law to finance special services- begin at :: p m. in
TWO Sections and creating a 2.2 tie. the Jobs. Crosby said.
the stadium. The sweethearts from
TjNURSDAY.Oct.19ANTAFEARTS 1 1) Include them in the general budget
Milner elected
r with
4.0 votes
SECTION A. was
Ntws ." . Pages 1 A.2A&3AEditorial from' Wood, Milner Crosby and ...."''j..!., 2)) set up multiple service taxing the different clubs 11I'11be/ presented,
with the class and
,
"' PESTIVALOPENINGNew . .. .;. Page College String Quartet . . Pierce' .Council Honors the homecoming court. The Queen
.t., Pages 5,6 A City attorney George special tax district has been opposed will be crowned as the highlight of the
Stark Woman's club;: .. board
Pat Welch of
Correspondence PageA. surveyor adjust. by a 3-2 majority of Hodges Skits will be
evening. performed,
,
,I $ ,.m Football Contest . Page 11A ment member Buford McKinney, ;Merrill Edwards Norman, and Hart. Commissioner judged and the winner will be an

,.' Sports. . _. . Pages I ,ailA plannipg and zoning board member Mosley has been persistent and vocalin nounced. At the closing of the eveninga
SATUROAY.Ott..lL SECTION B; Julius Royal, and bond trustee Brad '. The late city clerk Merrill Edwards his support of more funding for the bon-fire will get
GARAGE SALE Correspondence . ,Page 2B 'Carter were all reappointed by the was honored by the city attorney firemen. Commissioner Maxle for the eveq'onc"nredup"
David LawsorrBody Shop Legate .'. . . Page 6. :counciL Chief Bowen was named tem George Pierce during the Starke com Carter, Jr. also has been votings for against North Marion big, game Friday,

229 Brownl Rd Real Estaste. . Page *BBriefs. porary dog catcher until one can be \mission's reorganization Tuesday the special tax district because, he the

Itilf4 ,1-. .. ....Page 74IBObituaries. The three-year term of I'&Z board 'tiighi,,and the council concurred withtPierce's'statement said he gave his word to the firemen Parade Friday will begin Homecoming at Day tau(
Spo".IIY' BHS Junior: '. . . promptly
Page IBCtassitieps member Claire hi'also expired .
Capos that he would them if last
,, ', .;. '.'. .' .' support p.m., on 301 heading south from
.. . 10&ll 18 .
". W, i BIKE-A-THON > Page ': and commissmwr ''haefer's: i.j"For; past 20 years I've sat here year's straw vote passed. It did pass Washington Street. Cars from dif
J I with our good friend Merrill Ed- and Carter has his word.
t 2-1 kept ferent student clubs and organizations
'I"( -'I\ > Benefits Cystic Fibrosis rr I
'' :< Lawtcy El...... School wards. He sat here with a lot of peo Hodges said Monday morning he as well as area merchants, will
''... "', ,", Parking Lot*., ""I\ Outside. pie.... he did a lot during his lifetime could never support a measure that be entered and judged in the parade.
4' mf ,
.. and to hold the ci
'' tQ keep us together would further burden the 40 percent of Top winner is awarded $3. second S3.
ULi*, ty L .
-. Today's expected high. Thursday Oct. 8, is 78, fourteen degrees lower together people who now pay property taxes. and third $2. Competition betweenthe
j./feO!" if..f: l Iff< TUISDAV.OCL..1.L! than fast'week, Overcast with,,, an expected SO percent of rain between ,Merrill;: wad always' interested in Firemen jumped down Hodges'throat floats is always stiff. Each class
i > 8ROOKER COUNCIL" .. .
? and two, o clock, .' the welfare of and its wellbe-
noon the
0./11"\.1'/ I ... -j i .' .., ,"' city on that one asking if he can will enter: its float that they have
.M..7IJOpm. The forecast Friday through Sunday Is fair and dry with cool nights and ing.". ., the and roads
atH ''i/: /' .: .'., '\1* f .4i'L.. .) ; :' .mild support library paving designed and created The winning
o daysthe. Department;, Forestry headquarters on,SR-loo west of ,The. city commissioners made at with 40 percent of the people. paying .
..ou 'P l>''HAMPTONCOUNCIL'' '>t tt! '+' float, receives $25. second $1$, and
p.m-'Jll'JIl'' > Clarke stales. ,.s d' ,,t. torney Pierce's' statement part of the taxes, why can'f .he support the third $10.
Me.tI7IO Starke; New River:Santa Pe and Highland record: <
; reported no rain from the firemen ,
'end 'J* *' +Hi '*" .'*i.'*')* <*! '* week, .. Homecoming game against the
.. ,'.1 past.. .j ; % : Outgoing Mayor Charles Schaefer Hodges, however, stuck to his stand
'rv North Marion
II t. nr': 'i.: 'BMIPTO' !? the we'have Colts will begin at 8
Jn past fifty years had an average of 4JO Inches of rain In said the council plans to dedicate a all day, ,
I 10, .* ( I' 'M. 1 30 : Friday Following the will
w 'I' : !p.m>> the month of September the p.m. game
Department of new flag at city hall to
going
Forestry headquarters on pole up "I'm not going to vote for a one-mill be
i dance
""r ; SR-ioowest a sponsored by the Junior
BMSDlnlnffRoomi i : .Surke.sutes! : : I .the late clerk who served 22 years. tax on the 40 percent when the other class. .







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Z #tegi$ Paper Company. ; )j'/I",
I Combining nhigA .r Lori Allen'won.first plac |In,ocularestimation 1 ,,.;. s
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f T. 1 out of 200 contestants., ,; '
Attending were:' Tommy Crosby; ,.

proposal to combine the'zoning must extend'utilities under,,'the '201 f k ftLi "" "9n.r tubby Starling" Louette Smith?..KenI I.
S t 1'31( LeNeave, Tina Ratliff, Jancey '>
boards of Starke and Bradford Countywas Facilities plan the city had adopted,
bark ,
Carren,
brought before the Starke city but the customer must agree to volun- te Miller, .Richard
commission Tuesday night, Oct. 6, by tarily be annexed to the city. \ tf 4Lw I. Hardee and Tracy McRee. Avill, ," ,
Senior Chapter meebevery
Commissioner Vernon Silcox and a 0 i The!first
move to go forth in seeking such a .Agreed to an alternative method of V and fourth Tuesdays of the .
plan was unanimously adopted. paying Florida Power &,Light that A month at 7 p.m. ") the Ag Building. at to ,,1,.
Commissioner Charles Schaefer will allow the city to know exactly |he High School. 111 I '.
said after the meeting he has been how much it has to pay each month. i Miss Marcia Ashbell, Region >;
trying to get the two zoning boards The city purchases over half its elec- t.l ;v' .' ice-president presented safety .
combined, but has had no luck with tricity from FPL |iprogram at the local FFA Chapters; .
Meeting September 18. MISS ,
the county so far. on .
.Extended the time limit on the ci- .' shbell Is from Bronson and Is .
In other action Tuesday night, the ty's wood-burning generater grant riployed with the Florida' Farm.' ". ;'.

city commissioners: from Oct. 31 to March 31, 1982. The .. .. f treau. She presents safely ,pro;, ?;*
--- --- -" Florida. If
generator is still being experimentedon ims all over the state of
Agreed to extend utilities to a new in Kissimmee. Jr. FFA Officers \ i lone would like a program. .., rented '
Chapter
Elected at BIIS .
Seventh Day Adventist Church to be on 'safety', 'contact the"" <
constructed adjacent to city property Was informed the city was given New Jr. Chapter FFA officers elected for the 1981-82 AlvWez.vice-president, and Sheila Hartley, reporter. ida Farm Bureau for ar"
on the! north side of SR-100 west about Food Fair stock in lieu of school term are l-r): Sherri Hartley secretary) Richie Tne-Junior Chapter has had one meeting to date with 34 r em nts. ?. J .
opposite Pine Forest Apartments.The utility bill owed by the closedown Fender, sentinel; Anthony Luke, treasurer; Billy member* arI3 parent present. Chapter advisor is Greg
council told Vernon Crosby it grocer Rehburg chaplain; Robert Carver, president: ; Randy Alva ez) s" ,r

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New Radio Station "Wheels of Life" Oct. 30 Bike-A-Thon Baton ClassesTo ," "",'fI'..".... ..d) ". t'. ,:.',, "' .;14M' '

Put on Air Here Set for Oct. 10 For Cystic Fibrosis ,. be TaughtAt ., :. ... I .
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By Baptist ChurchLast The "Wheels of Life"headed BikeAThonin Set at Lawtey Ele. Rec. Dept. \.. (; : .' '1. ,.'_:' Presents: Its (, ,
Starke, this locallyby
Friday afternoon, Oct.2,a new Starke Recreation year Director Lawtey will hold a Bike-A-Thon to baton twirling lessons will be .
radio station WTLG-FM based at the benefit children with cystic fibrosis ""taught. year-round through the Starke 7th AnnualNeedlework '.
Cheryl Godwin, Is set for October 10,
First Baptist Church in Starked sign- Oct. 30.The Rec. Department it was announcedby : <
ed on to begin equipment testing. 1981.The Bike-A-Thon benifits St. JudeChildren's bike-a-thon is scheduled to. Roc Director Cheryl Godwin this Show .

Target date for going "on the air" Research Hospital, a begin at 9 a.m. at Lawtey Elementary week. ,. oct. 21-25 '
.
will be some time in November. Programming School. The twirling lessons will be taught \
hours now are from 4-9 treatmant facility devoted of catastrophic to research childhood and Rjders of all ages are invited to acquire by/f/!"'Sandy Melvin, an experienced .h w Bring your needlework
p in. Monday through Saturday and 8 diseases, such as leukemia, sickle sponsors for the number of teacher and start (this Saturday after I
a.m. to 9 miles ride noon, Oct. 10. entry
p.m. Sunday. they over a prescribed
cell anemia, infant malnutrition and
This new Christian radio station others. course and time. It's both fun for the To be offered are both beginningand "Jby Fri., Oct. 16 at 4 p.m..
will operate on its assigned frequencyof riders and a way to raise money for advanced lessons, including
88.3 MHZ on the FM radio dial with The local Bike-A-Thon will cover a research into cystic fibrosis, a lung twirling skills, marching, dance .: .
of 2-mile route in the area of Bradford routines and work ,' Prizes Awarded
a power nearly 5.00O watts as and digestive disease which attacks with two batons,
authorized by the Federal Communications County Hospital. All bikers who children, robbing them of breath and fire, and hoop batons. '"l'''''' r In knitting, crocheting, needlepoint,
would be interested in riding to help
Commission, The lessons will be taught at the Old
D.C. the children's hospital can pick up life.Tshirts I. crewel, latch hook, counted thread: etc.
Washington. Armory
will be given to every rider on Saturday afternoons from
WTLG-FM will air Christian pledge sheets at the Starke flee. 2 to 3 There will be fee
programming who turns in at least $25. Sponsor p.m. a charged. -
at the Old "
as well as community Department Armory.MClubershipMeet sheets are available now at the .', For More InformationCall
oriented programming.The Lawtey Elementary office or by call- Interested persons can call the Rec.. 964-6300
new Christian radio station will ing Elaine R. Starling, phone 7823033. Department for more information or
broadcast in stereo and is made possible Set come by the- Old. Armory Saturday.
by the concerned members of the I\
First. Baptist Church of Starke. ,
For Farm Bureau Halloween CarnivalSet Rythmic Aerobics

Oct. 31 at SSEThe Classes
OfferedAn r
Hampton Christian RUBBER STAMPS
The Bradford County Farm Bureau 1981 Halloween carnival Is set eight-week course in Rhythmic
Church Revival Set
will host their annual membership Oct. 31 .m. at Southside Aerobic excercise will be offered starting
Located in Hampton Florida, the meeting this Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Elementary School Monday, Oct. 19, at St. Edward's Made-to-Order /"
Hampton Christian Church is plann- Starke National Guard Armory on Church Hall
ing an Old Fashioned Protracted Edwards Loop Road. The Programwill At 8:30: p.m. there will be a raffle- The classes will be held in
Revival beginning Oct. 11. If so- begin at 6:30: p.m. including a bicycle donated by TG4 Y, sions morning sessions from two 10-11 ses- Notary Seals elD Badges Magnetic Signs :;; ",' .
President James Gaskins that a. hind-quarter of beef donated "
tncones comes to Christ during this says a.m. and afternoons sessions'from
approximately 1,000 members are expected Lawrence Griffis. Third, fourth, and
week, will extend 3:45-4:45
we our revival for : each
p.m. Monday and
another week. The revival begins to attend. fifth grades from Southside Ele. are Wednesday for the ,eX-Stamoer *Door & Desk.. Name. Plates. r, nmidJfa
with Bible School at 10 a.m.. Morning By popular demand, delicious selling raffle tickets for$1 each.rEvents Qpst: is $25 for the eight:bourses.1 weeks! g rants* l n.. r I md.uu A 1 A"t r.nt.*': q'nnw.nr : ..";::;a;rmurn;.

Worship. 11 a.m., and dinner on the chicken pleaU"1iiid/ Pot* ilead wpl be will Include a sponge throw,; cad register the fir ,of class .. w''....... -......... ..., .tlll i' .. .
.. house, cake walk and **' 't?I ...A_ ,H ,l' I' Ii All/
featured on tttt II"IIIe"I! #y'J.'h. ,haunted 14 v ur.
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Our Evangelist is Brooke Godard their faWile dlf&rk Hamburgers, hot dogs, corn on the Fbt more information
from Atlanta, Ga. The evening service "Farm Bureau is a national cob, and chicken & rice plus goodies ter at 473.2674. call Pat Sut 110 WJ; Call St Starke fla. 664-5764
including Saturday, will begin organization which serves all people, from the Country Store will be on the
with a pre-glow session at 6:30 p.m. in many ways, everyday, and is carnival menu. Parents are urged not
This will include special music, congregational always working for you" says Presi- to cook supper but to eat at the car.nival. .

singing, and hand clapping dent Gaskins. j r'
music. At 7 p.m. the preaching
service will begin. Those who accept J.E. MilliGAN
Christ will be baptised the same hour
of remission of sins and the gift of the
ACCOUNTING SERVICES
Holy Spirit. One night during the
revival, our evangelist will be 118 N. Walnut Street
preaching from a stump in front of the
hurch. A nursery will be provided. A P.O. Box 698
nheelchair ramp will be available to
Fl. 32091
Starke.
accommodate the handicapped.The .
church which was built in 1884, ((904)) 964.8698 *+
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1" TornadoTalk' 'knows all the shots is McGriff.Go .
*, I -'A'!,".r: 1j&II, : you t have a deslreto b Agent for 'Bradord''t 4Unton;7' ? C. Tentative tennis players have Tennis! Jerry
'influential in community ( and Columbia Counti4,states, already begun practice. The
you are concerned about,, be a rare opportunity for dedicated members are working hardto Jill Hayes, we want. you to know
of life in your community to get together and learn from achieve a great season, later on in' that the "halls aren't alive' without,
real desire to "Learn To about areas which are of the year. Eddie Winkler, Craig Sapp, you there all day long!I"' I
you may be interested in and interest to all of us. It Randy Parado, Kelli Carver, Lori
Affairs Leadership Program.This ;, to get over the hump.; to News from Bradford Nigh e.. Clark, Phil Miller, Greg Clark, and Chuck Williams has been
program is being ) add polish and'develop skills .rl'f' Tina Bowen are only a few of the pro'sat unanimously selected for' the playerof
the Florida Cooperative allow you to feel more con- BHS. The' others are working the week by Brian Thomas. Are
Service for Bradford, yourself and.your role in v undercover and 'will reveal their you satisfied Chuck

.and Columbia Counties. ." > .
The workshops will be workshop ia for businessmen, g.
,
the Community State Bank government officials '
in the Bradford Square' bankers, represen 'I : HOMECOMING _REVIVAL
Center from 7 to 9 p.m., on of labor and management and by Vickie Carver, i .
secutive Thursdays, who have an interest in im- ,. '. October 11.18 7:30: p.m.
and ending Nov. 5, 1981. their community environ-, \
The Leadership program Pine Valley Congregational Holiness Church
divided into four main persons nay. ere of their choice. Attending the ((2 mi. N of Starke, down dirt road by Bradford Furniture Factory)
Developing Group by contacting were: : President-Gina Lane, Evangelist Rev. Willie Crews Jax., Fl.
Parliamentary Agent's Office or' President-Alesia Sheffield,
Developing a Survey and 4)) in Macclenny at 2594390. Carver, Treasurer- Prayer for Sick
ing a Meeting. .for the workshops will Hunter, Senators: Sherry Homecoming Day I Everyone Invited I
Neil Spirtas; Community be for refreshments : Beatrix Cummings, and Con- October 18 Special Music
some training materials. Davis.

Sotithside School News Clubs Dinner on the Grounds David Hodges pastor

There will be an F.C.A. meeting

Important upcoming events to noon. Fourth and: fifth Wednesday morning, Oct. 14, in ,
concerning Southslde School: be involvedd. Popcorn wil be JROTC building. Any interested
State Assessment Tests for third : are welcomed to come and
Eight cheerleaders for the
and fifth grade students have been' grades and eight for fifth grades in on the fellowship. DOUBLE UP ON
scheduled for Oct. 6,7, and 8 with been chosen by Southside .
make-up tests for absentees the The PEP Club is getting fired up!
structors to urge the players on for details..Go Big Red!
following week.
Friday, Oct. 9 is Bradford County tory SAVINGS DURING l
Monday, Oct. 12, report
Elementary Schools' Field
to be
Day the first six weeks grading We are very proud of our FFA
held on the Southside campus 9 a.m. be sent home with the students. ; this year. They're doing ter-

Homecoming, RevivalSet Tuesday, Oct. 13, school : fic things alreadylPollee THE NAPA DOUBLE-

Oct. 11.18 will be taken. This year as last
the money for the picture group
At.Pine Valley tion chosen must accompany the Officer DUTY SALE
the the will be
on day pictures
Revival and homecoming'services Wanted. Must be cert. thru police
are set Oct. 11-18 at 7:30: p.m.. nightlyat standards. Must be 21 yrs. of age.
the Pine Valley Congregational Save)one on NAPA Mufnor
Holiness Church off US-301-N at Brad- Now accepting appt. between 8-4 S.vs>again on NAPA Shocks,
ford Furniture Factory. S 'begining Thurs., Oct. 8, ending during the NAPA Doublo-
Evangelist is Rev. Willie Crews. of Thur Oct. 15.THI r Duty Sale Just trade In your
Jacksonville. ; old muffler and you'll sav
and y, ? $10.00 when you havo a now
Prayer for the sick special sing-
rb NAPA OE muffler
ing will be held nightly. -type
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BRADFORD Installed Save again
Homecoming day is Sunday, Oct.
TIUCRAPHPublish on NAPA Delux.
18, with dinner on the grounds. COUNTY 4 S
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Everybody is invited David ,
says Shock
at 130 W. Call Str.d
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Hodges, pastor. Stork.Florida 32091 Absorber,
priced at only

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School Elementary and all Bradford Schools County: $5.50 six months Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc.

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October 12- 15

Monday. Orl. I'ii Chicken rice, green beans,
fruit cup cheese rolls and milk.
Tunda). Oct. 13 Fish portions cheese. grits
mustard greens peaches.. cornbread and ,

tnilk.iWrdnemla.v.. .CI stlxs.! potatoes. chilled mixed fruit.
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stlxs. crispy potatoes chilled mixed fruit
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: : Winn Dixie correct price. W'", the consumers,, or couldn't this be consideredaiaey
\ Public Relations', have a very small chance to correct .advertisement? Htj
:5050 Edgewood Court' errors. 2) A FREE l item was purchased gt
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I for the WetlandsWhen Jacksonville, Fla... ,. 32205 1t is true, is it not, that Winn Wlxie Winn Dixie in Starke, the full price
Requiem k would only haveto push a few buttonson was charged. But when' the cashier
,Dear SlrYour : its computer and gave the credit she only gave 49 cents
remodeling your Wlnn Dixie shelf prices to. Increase hundreds instead of$1.49. This was a$1 error pn'

I was a boy, I used to love to ramble Starke, since south Florida can't supply its store in Starke has prompted me to (maybe even''' thousands) of just one transaction:(The error was
letter. the
write this There' a large number of brought to the attention of cashier
through cypress ponds when the water was own needs now.There' is strong sentiment ,It.is our understanding that all your "Refunders" In this area greatly con- and was refunded.) /J."t'
low enough, and when I could get away with it, afoot to build pipelines from the northern partof stores will be eliminating item pricing cerned on how your cashiers handle 3) I purchased a box of ChloraJep.tic / -
when there was plenty of water there. There the state to feed the growing water demands, ? Will this and the use of scanners refunding "FREE" products. They Lozenges. It was not on the scanner -
was one particular swamp, if you want to callit in that area. Florida could possibly become reduce the prices in your store? I either must take the time to locate the and didn't have a price on the box.;
think not. correct price on.the register tape or The cashier had to go and locate the
that short distance from house: a another California( complete with aqueducts,
a my
But it will ,create problems for have someone go and check the shelf Item. (having.everyone wait) before
haven for young boys out adventuring. Squir- rivers which run dry before the water gets fo; many.Winn Dixie has a large number price. (Both has happenedto me the she could charge the correct price. '
rels and turtles and boogey men lived there, soy'ou their mouths, and lakes where fish can t'live. of Senior Citizens and other shopperswith last few weeks.) There Is always a It is almost impossible for us to
just had to go find them. As low places go, handicaps. Do you expect us to delay for.myself and other shoppersin keep a record of the amount of
It wasn't that special, not even holding water The biggest example of a wet area being' stoop down or reach up, to read your her line. groceries !In our shopping,carts, .withno
destroyed is the plan to change the Santa,Fe small price slgrfs The following are'three problemswe prices on the items. '
through a long dry season.It Swamp from the wild area it is, to a Then, again, must we put all our have had in your Starke Winn DixIe We also wish ,the register tapes
homogenized strip-mined, series of sterile trust In your signs, and scanners? in the last few weeks: would record the total amount due.
clear-cut not
long leaving acres ,
was ago, What if a sign is missing or under the I 1) I was in your store and the week Not just the balance due. We like to
and acres of space where second growth ponds. What happens to all the water that falls wrong item? Again, we are asked to before they had a "Buy 1, Get 1 know how much we save on store
cypress, big pine trees, and hardwood had during a heavy rainy season or a hurricane'! ? It put all our trust in your scanner? Free"sale.The shelf and scanner had coupons, cash off coupons and FREE
been. all whooshes down the Santa Fe River doing Without individual pricing there been changed. But the stickers, products.This is impossible unless we
whatever it feels like since the river in all probability will be no practical way to determine "BUY 1. GET 1 FREE" remained on have a pen handy to write the amount
The squirrels have been forced out and the couldn't handle it. Almost all of the whether the price that was rung on the products themselves. Needless to down. ''>:' .'

ferns haven't been able to live in the hot sun. precious liquid would be lost and not trickle the scanner and cash register is the say, I was charged the full price. Isn't Thank you for your time
Carolyn Slater
The pine trees will be replanted on beds in longstraight down into the Floridan aquifer, where our ., '.::
lines pretty soon, although I understand water supply is stored. -r
the cypress trees won't be. Seems it takes pure 4-BNews By Carolyn Redding (

too long for a cypress tree to grow to a Once a wetland area is destroyed, it seldom, 4-11 Coordinatorthe

marketable size. if ever, returns to exactly what it was in the
Hampton area. As can see, and everyone certainly enjoyed th'e
beginning. If all of the little ponds and swampsare you
There were huge stumps where the virgin drained just like the proposal for the Santa Week We are and right the Bradford in the middle of 4-H 4-H these two new leaders are very en- Country Store Booth. Not only: did
cypress had been cut back in the early days of County thusiastic and this spirit is sure to everyone enjoy the activities, but the
what when need the Clubs are joining five million
Fe Swamp, happens we nearly
carry over into their club activities.The visitors had a chance to learn more
the century still standing, skeletons where the water for ourselves? It's not going to be there. 4-H members and 523,000 volunteer 4-H office welcomes these two about 4-H as well. By the way the
trees had been taken out. Maybe some day birds and animals leaders across the country in observ- leaders and know the 4H'ersof
Not only are the trees, gone new we Bradford County 4-H Council would
they will be there again.It forever, we don't have what made living in theme ing this"4-H special Pathways occasion.to the Using the Brooker and Hampton are especially like to thank the Farmers'Mutual Ex-,
Future"d glad to be working with them. for their loan
seems that people are determined to force Florida so fine anymore: water and'plentyofit. 4-H'ers here in Bradford Mr. Norman Dowdy the organizational fence change posts and wire generous panels that of made the'

themselves into areas where they shouldn'tbe all over the nation are striving to leader for the Lucky Leaf Club the petting farm possible. We couldn't

especially the wetlands which are the The question to ask yourself is "What do I do and become contributing self directing members, productive of society., had a very successful first meeting in have done it without them. THANK

source of the ground water supplies. With so when the well runs dry?", which it has to Through learn-by-doing projects, September. The Club Officers were YOU!

many people moving into the state, using many people during this last dry spell. Do you members learn to select and follow elected: and President these are the new Jamie officers 4-H Keep in the in mind Brooker that if you want to join
and it isn't curse the for not bringing the water to pathways toward success in career or Hampton area,
more more water, just bright-eyed pump Whitehead,;Vice-President, Jamie you have exciting leaders there to
conservationism that has to be done, but genuine -. the surface? Go out and get another deeper development. 4 and-H pathways their volunteer lead Carver; Secretary, Susan Sapp; help you. For more Information call
self-interest and survival. If the well put down? Or do you make plans to insure young leaders people to increased understanding Treasurer, Marcia Brown; Reporter, 964-6280, ext. 224. -

wetlands are allowed to be destroyed, where is that you and your children have an adequate appreciation and service to people of Marcia Waterson; Sargeant-at-Arms
Robert Carver and
drink from? supply of water for the future the community, nation and the world. Chaplain Amy
our next of water going to come by helping to Tyson. With the enthusiasm that this '
save the remaining wetlands, and not just a The "4-H Pathway to the Future"nas club started out with, it should be going !(
Lake Okeechobee isn't going to have a been growing in Bradford
few token areas. Florida is fastly running out County places this year! .
pipeline built to draw water and send it to with the addition of new organiza- 11 t 1r
of time to make these choices. tional leaders in two areas of our The 4-H Council booth and Petting I
Farm, along with the Green Acres
county. In Brooker, Drew Andrews
Country Store did well the
has already led the Brooker 4-H Clubto very at
Polish Could be "Starved Out"' its first meeting. Mrs. Mary Jean Bradford County Hospital Health
I Solidarity Newman is active In Hampton and that Fair visited last Saturday.the Petting The young Farm looked people
has already held her first meeting in
like they really enjoyed the animals

Perhaps the Soviet Union is not clamping a social contract, a constitution asserting

down to suppress Poland's Solidarity move- citizens' rights and limiting government '
ment, which it calls "anti-socialist and anti- power In the 14 months since the Gdansk Reader Praises Jv Coaches

Soviet" because the Kremlin thinks empty uprising last July, a totalitarian state has beep

stomachs will defeat the freedom movement turned into one more pluralistic than most My congratulations to head coach unit. Kevin Sampson, Brad Brown J
without the stigma of the Soviet military step- countries in the world:. run: by Communisl[ Rick Stevens and Lanier Clyatt, for an and William Salmon all ran well and

ping in. : Party with leaders at leastas, democratically, obvious superb: jolt of coachfng1 gave the running attack' balance.lalMtoa"ftiMit I" .' --.,,-\ ,
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." :w. ,' r u M 't'4 Mtyf"1:!- 'tl u\hosen. as those in Britian's'Labor' Party;;; 'aXtt H"anyone in BradfortftJoumy\ 'IsnboraL.wiULiT.VlJon >'$ >ilMv.' lI6Uto.so' ,nlll.." t :d".g.'f'IfJ". "' -

Theunemployment economic calamity 'a 12.4 percent cording to columist, George Will or the' ; ,'a ,Tuesday or -:yards up Hill the'and'Wayne'Crlbbs.wereoutstanding middle Randy'AlvarezTony M! : j. /iTliJ llorf'"}
rate said bad that in the Thursday night to Includes t Stei'p Futctf
as as Washington Post Writers Group who was my suggestion offensively and defensively -
Great Depression in the U.S. and a 15-percent quoting from the The Economist of London. watch them is great to come high to school the high football.school and III were choosing the MVP, Phillip Steven Futch Was recently

decline in GNP last year- may be the only however, I would split my vote bet- notified his name had been place in
reason the Soviet Union has not Last Thursday night I witnessed the Robert Carver and Jimmy the 1981 edition of
ween
on At the Community Party congress in July, best executed of football of Outstanding Young
leaders game any
its satellite. Perhaps Soviet hope most of the Screening. Quarterback Robert Men of America.
1,950 delegates were democratically hgh school team that I've seen in
Carver.is fine athlete born leader, Futch received the for
a recognition
Poland will be a sobering economic exampleto elected by secret ballot from unlimited lists quite awhile. As a "retired" high intense competitor and plays with a outstanding professional achievement -
any Eastern European group that might be of candidates. More than 80 percent of those school football coach; I have been a heart twice his size. He ran his offense superior leadership ability and

tempted to start down the path Solidarity has elected had never attended a congress, and 80 proponant in high of the school power football.I and I The formation JV with skill that was a joy to the exceptional service to the community.

taken. percent of the 140-man central] committee did footrball team made it look like a eyes. When his passes weren't righton .
not get to attend as delegates. A recent of thing of beauty against St. target Jimmy Schoening and Born in Bradford County Fut t\.26\ ,
Poles must now stand in line for hours to buy poll Augustine William Salomon were making one is the son of Benton and ;.Vonciel(
meat. Much bartering is necessary. Standing 10 Polish institutions ranked the Church first Iast'Thunday night. handed,diving skidding on your back Futch. He graduated from Gupton-
and the Community Party 10th, George Will To recap some of the bright spots if catches. Mr. "Everywhere' Jimmy Jones Mortuary College In 1977.
in lines for
long of
one s is
quota cigarettes I St. took the
Augustine
while pointing out that may opening Schoening, was nothing less than Futch"was licensed' fnt978' at.'the
says, opinion polls are: ,
now necessary for the non-smoker so he can kick off and went down the field to
routes,catches, VoungeSt
spectacular. His pass possible tot
not usually a feature of Eastern age receiving' a
then trade the cigarettes for a necessity. One bloc:: life. score. The signature of a well coached and defensive play were worth the license. -T 1
large Polish supermarket recently had empty t well disiplined team with price of admission.The Futch is a charter 'memP'and
,
shelves except for ice cream and milk. It is a shame that such gains," heretofore;: character, is its ability to anallze its folks that attended the game president elect of the Kiwanis,'SUrke!
unheard of without Soviet intervention, might;, mistakes, correct them and come were as understandably proud of our 'chapter;, he is a Masonjnember.ofthe ;; ,
down because of back. That is exactly what the BHSJV's team as I was. Performance such as All Sports Club a Gator Booster
Soviet go empty stomachs. Last ; ;
supression of Solidarity, which now did. For the rest of the evening, this doesn't just happen. Coaches member Daytona ',Speedway:
means the Polish nation, has long seemed in- week a top Polish Communist official warned, for the most part,the yellow jacket offense make it happen. Rick Stevens and ,Medical Staff, serving in':1980 as.Safe
evitable. the' Soviet Union might reduce its aid to' was shut off. The JV offensiveline Lanier Clyatt-well done..Good Luck ty Crewman. '
Poland if anti-Soviet took charge and blocked well as a r ,1yN!: !
agitation continues with the remainder of your season. Futch is a funeral director,apq.embalmer -
The recent Solidarity congress called for Poland gets all of its oil and much of its'cotton, Warren RauHofer : for DeWitt C. Jones "uneralHome ] 1

free parliamentary elections and pledged en- natural gas and Iron ore from the Soviets;',who! Starker Florida in Starke. .., ?i
couragement for free trade unions throughoutthe import finished Polish goods' in return. ,\ ,'iIuGood
Eastern Bloc, including the Soviet Union. H !
Imrporlant. I ::
soil is'alwgys
drainage
For many months the Polish Communist
Party's Increasing shortages of food'and other ,' .
con If your plant is in a poorly drain-!
"leading role" in Polish society although sumer goods place the gains of freedomthe4 County Agents By' 'ed spot it can suffer rot damage,durIng -

formally acknowledged by Solidarity, has Polish people have attained in ] '- wet weather. This will make the

been more of a mythological monster. jeopardy. Is there some way the United States Mate.eek BobbyToyIor //iii during plant more cold weather.We vulnerable. to cold injury

government can move the cogs of the World's I
More than a year ago the Polish government economic machinery to help Poland's food \ also know that shade can reduce

signed the Gdansk agreement with Solidarity, shortage? .... fII cold damage. Plants in shady loca-
tions
IF* will go dormant earlier in the
But don't overlook the fact that cer- fall and remain dormant longer in the
1 if i tain characteristics of the plant site spring. than plants in exposed loca-
10rA Tliroir Might Do the Trick f! J;:: by Bobby L. Taylor and its location within the overall tions. Plants in some degree of dor-
County Agent landscape also affect the amount of mancy tolerate cold weather better

r 'f'" In the last couple of years we've injury a plant will receive during a than actively growing plants So,
t ;: had exceptionally cold winters. Many freeze. Today we'll have some ideas ,from a cold protection standpoint, a
.. N Florida homeowners have lost landscape about where to put plants in the landscape location under pines or other trees
plants that had never even been to help them tolerate cold that give light shade would be
f' r;: 0', 'r damaged by cold weather before. 01>- weather.In preferable for tender ornamentals
..
1 \ ""/..-' .* viously.winter is a long off and which don't need full sun.
way ,
'
t : "
.'..".' ., .Ot.....'......:,., ., ,r,'I ,', this may seem like the wrong time to deciding where to plant a tender
.". 'I", :t. .q' talk about cold damage to landscape landscape: ornamental, look for a spot Morning shade particularly.im-
\nC, 1 ;a..4.; ".. plants. But one aspect of cold protection ,with good air and water drainage. Air portant. Plants which have been
; '<;\M'! io'fl: .Qe for plants involves something you drainage may sound like a strange frozen will suffer less damage it they
., n2Jt '. + ;tA usually nave to do while the weather idea but It does make sense. We know thaw.out slowly,
>
.3 is still warm. If you're planning to that cold air Is heavier than warmer
'" I i( add new plants to your landscape this, air. So don't plant a tender ornamental 'Plants exposed to morning sun will
fall, this Information is for you.; in a spot where the coldest air will obviously thaw more quickly than
Ever get irritated at the way beer cans and Mickey, who lives in Michigan. You almost' collect or settle. plants which have morning shade.

bottles, soft drink cans and non-returnable never see a can or bottle decorating a, .:. Obviously the most important factors The location should be open enough For this reason, plants on the north
bottles are left by irresponsible citizens tQ: Michigan roadside Dansby determining how badly a plant ,to permit air movement but it should and west side of a house will usually
despoil our landscape of its beauty? Ever says. '.will be damaged by cold weather are also be protected from cold winds by have less cold damage than plants on
how cold it gets and how long it stays other plantings, ,fences the east and south.
hedges, or
wonder what, anything, can be done .aboutit The idea of a such a deposit in Florida would}!' cold. similar barriers ,
? seem to have much merit. It would cost the With luck we won't have any mOreof
I' I I'. these extra cold winters for a long
consumer 'nothing in the :
except of .
case the} ,
A lot of people do wonder, we suspect, including negligent consumer, but it might,cause him toi time.location If of the your winters plants stay in mUdf landscape the

the coffee crew at Koch's Drug Store a:.t. bring his cans and bottles in, the way we do7 'ii i ) t' ; :. ;\\.J 4' J,t may not make any difference at
the solvers of some of the world's most press' ". returnable soft.drink. bottles now.Perhaps ......... all In terms of cold damage. On the

ing problems each morning. Once in a while 1 miiegrajil1e. other hand the coming winter may be
somebody comes up with a pretty good idea. H"'i'S t t .. @ just as bad as the last two or three.' If
you shift
can the odds
Is one bill that against cold injury
conservative in your favor by picking just the
The State of Michigan charges a 10-cent Rep Frank' Williams, D.-CrystalLake: could; 1 right spot for tender ornamental
deposit on all cans and bottles, returnable jump-on in Tallahassee next session..;: It might ESTABLISHED1g77 J ? f:; > i /.1 J 'MEMBER plants,,why not give j ft' a try y. '1
when the buyer returns"the' container to give Rep. Williams ammunition BOB G. FERGUSON '
a with which to JOHN M. MILDER\\ Publishers\ j J.
.
store.-It well from dobattle with the'beverage err 1 e Finally; do everything you'can_to
pretty stops people flinging"cans industries: f Publlch.d.aclr. Tars.Y.a4.at.r.d.
--1
Second CI...Matter..t the keep your landscape plants;'In good
and bottles out of car windows' in Past,OHIce at tt.rhii' ., under Act,of March ,.,l II" condition'' all year long. ,Healthy
Michigan.l :: <> I NowfsomeoneCbrneu; :, .ivith'anldeaabotjt: plants resist cold damage'and snap
now fo ea ch"pto Ie yvlto: dump garbage $ebKrIPtINI..t.l.. '. 1s04. aree!'f* for Veari SS $!a Months back after it occurs much better than

Now, how'did thai f bit'of information get tJ6 ,?t rbaag"ajid5voodsland.and; infront'of. ': the on lock our' Outside trad. ... SIO Per Vearr ".SO SI*'Months ,unhealthy plants which have already
ed '.. t Phone,M4-.6JO lt.rb.."forlda been damaged by Insects, diseases or
the coffee crew?? Well, R.O. Dansby has a son. gate to the county landfill. 1 -" ,' .-
w.n J. __ ,r...--- ._. __ .. ... .,,, ". lack of fertilizer.


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J ," "t' 1o \0 :Tracy Nelson and RobelSals I >;.r} I
; t. ..1 J ,; 'l i I "ljl4, ) ;iJ:, ;' ; .,'Q, ; i!; ,

r r The Social Side' r". I Wed Se i.26: in Garden: Cerembn! i;'' i' 1


Tracy Elizabeth Nelson, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyd of
GIadYMootyOj' The'S Sampson Lake and Robert William
Sauls,son of Mr.and Mrs. Zollie Saulsof t
-I IoCIe Lake Bundy in Florahome were s
t y Editor united in marriage at the home of Mr 4Ir.
'
and Mrs. Louis Nerrow on Lake
984-76f)8.IP '.L 1Te ws :, Geneva at a garden wedding on Satur,
d '"*'* t7 day Sept. 26, at 4 p,m. with pastor
,,' Alfred Grant performing the

ceremony,
Highlighting the garden were
Little Women's Club: To Hold Model MeetingThe baskets. of daisies and blackeyedsusans.


Little Women will hold their in' Women' Senior flub sponsors, !Mrs. Eleanor Hyder sang two solos
itial "Model Meeting" for prospective James Reddish and !Mrs Ucoigv/( The bride, given in marriage by her :

members,. next Tuesday, October 13: '"Roberts, Sr., will also he present brother, Bruce Nelson, wore a full
'Serving hostesses the length gown of white slipper satin ac-
as
.- at 7 p.m., at the Woman's Club' owning
..will be the Little Women's Kxctutixe; cented with scalloped lace. A cape,
... .
building.
4 t &i -- -- -'- -
-
+ rs Presiding at this first1 Board: Joy' SI John. Gnu Lane, Jeii- also edged with scalloped lace, flowed
M years 'niler below the waist line. She carried a :\ and I Mrs.. Hubert Sauls
Vickie(
Nix 'arver Denmark
Stacey -
meeting wIll be the club s new president
a Shell ,Sikes. Assisting her will, Karen Chilly, Paige Koheits.Kuy basket of white and yellow silk daisies
)
__ be.the vice prcsident-Suiy Alvarez;' "' Alv.ueund Shelly' Sikes, accented with black-e>'ed susans and wards sister of t the gl'ClomIrs: Edwards -
secretary-Paige Roberts; treasurer- baby's breath. She wore a halo of also decorated the groom's
the white ribbon and baby's breath. cake.
Karen Chitty, and
9r Denmark. Janet Bicker The bride's attendant, Christine The punch bowl I was encircled withgrt'en

parlimenlanan-Stacey Mrs. J.D. Warren president of the .-' Rex Siemor Sauls, wore a yellow full length dress asparagus fern interspersedwith
Senior Woman's Club will present the Told and carried a similar basket of silk black.eyed susans and punchwas
Little ,'Engagement flowers. Both dresses were fashionedby served by' Lisa Sauls. !Mr Sauls
the
for evening "Why "
program ? Warren J. and Janet P. Bicker of the groom's mother, Elizabeth presented the wine toast.

Inverness announce the Engagementand Sauls.
Zolhe Sauls was best man for his
of
approaching marriage their
Starke Woman's Club The bride and groom both
daughter, Janet Lee Bicker of Bradford
son.A from the County
To Meet Oct. 14 Gainesville to Rex 'Michael Siemer, buffet luncheon followed the graduated Vocational Technical School. The
son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Siemer of ceremony.: Centering the table was a ,
Get 7
The Starke Woman's Club will hold .Starke. two-tiered wedding cake topped by groom entered the Army on

their luncheon-meeting Oct. 14 at 12 ,, The wedding is planned for Jan. 30 white doves and decorated with The hi ide is a Cosmotologist.
noon in the club building.Mrs. which Following basic training, the couplewill
..J982 in the First Presbyterian ChurchIn black-eyes susans. was
Ga.Winter .
Jack Trawick. Education Inverness. decorated and served: by Judy Ed- reside in Fort Stewart.
chairman will present Mrs. Walter '', Miss Bicker is attending UF Pre-

Tech Westcott School, horticulture teacher at Vo veternary medicine. Past memberand .- ............ ......... ..
as speaker.
Mr and Mr*. Jack W. Waterhouse Jr, guest two times 1976 and 1977 NIRA all
Hostesses will be Mrs. Trawick, around rodeo
cowgirl champion and
and Jack Waterhouse chairman, Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Mrs graduated in 1975 from Citrus High FashionsSummer
I Andrea Eaves
C.H Hill, Mrs. J.C. Hobbs, Mrs. 1 School. : :
Gareth Jones Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy,
Mr. Siemer is a 1976 BITS graduateand
Married Sept. 25cRrstMethodist Church Mrs. T.H. O'Steen, Mrs. W.C. Powell, attended Santa Fe Community Clearance Sale .
Miss Della Rosenberg ,Mrs. E.R.
College and is a member of the local
First United Methodist Church was and peach flowers. Weaver and Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Masonic lodge.Singles save at .
the setting for the marriage of AndreaG. Bridal attendants were Miss

Andrew. Eaves J., daughter Eaves III of Mr.of Starke and Mrs.to and Kimberly Mrs. Solze Perry, Mrs.Nicula Kelly, Miss Forsyth Diana, Episcopal WomenTo Again I.......... tl..tt'I'C: .e.:

Jack W. Waterhouse, Jr., son of J.W. Cardin was junior bridesmaid. They Meet Oct. 13 Crisis Line
Waterhouse, Sr. of Palatka and Mrs. were attired similar to the honor at. The Singles Again now has its own ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHi
tendant and carried the same type The Women of St. Mark's Episcopal
Beatrice Benson of Colquitt Ga. on the First ... .
answer phone provided by 321 N. Temple Ave. Open br) oJ
flowers Stephanie Cardin was flower Church will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 13,
25 at 8 with Rev .
Friday Sept p.m. United Methodist Church! This is an .--- --...----- ----
of Gainesville and in the Parish House at 7:30: p.m.
George Harper girl.Given for
open line anyone in need of help,
in by her father the
Rev. Warren the marriage
Langer performing '
understanding or just plain talking
bride wore a satin organza with
nuptials. Singles Again Is filling an importantneed TANNING BOOTHS ARE DANGEROUS
venise lace gown with sweetheart
Miss Johns Mrs.
Kristy organist
in the Starke area for those who
neckline of venise lace accented with BHS Class
Drew Reddish and Her-
pianist Joey
alone because of divorce
are separation -
seed! pearls. The bishop sleeves were HAWAIIAN TANNING TABLETS
res and Mrs. Don Hardy soloists Reunion PlannedAll or death. Through support
with lace with
appliqued venise a
presented a program of nuptial
wide peau'd ange laced cuff. The 1976 BHS graduates who can attend groups, special speakers social
music. events, and personal visits, we try to Beautiful tans without the
Nov. sun. Keep summer
The altar was decorated with two satin organza skirt with venise appli- the five year class reunion your
the
baskets of bronze and peach mums ques fell from a natural waistline and 28 please write to Lewis Cooper at Rt. Although help people sponsored over by the rough Methodist spots. tan without the use of dangerous tanning booths.
the chapel train had a border of 4, Box 1028. Starke.
and white Safe
gladiolus a natural
against Church this group is open to food colorings. Millions have taken
and Her
crystal pleats peau'd ange.
of branched candelabra,
background .
everyone interested.In these tables without known side effects.
dainty headpiece of seed pearls and any
trees and ferns.
jade palms
appliques of white lace secured her the past we know we have missed Send for box of 72 tablets
Douglas Hardy, Jr. served as best many calls..some for help some for your specially priced
man. Ushers were Jay and LenEaves' flowing fingertip veil. She carried a information about just what we are, at. .'29.95 plus '3.00 handling (check or money order
cascade of peach roses, baby'sbreath I Kelli
Carver
,brothers of the bride and Kel-
some perhaps just for directions to
) from. .
peach and rust hllies.
h.-t.J kForsi' 'th d.CxJptin4i:)!: Jda}:.joeBkewAof tiger
: Celebratesl5th get to one of our functions. With help
the groom,'as"junior groomsman. fern and ivy. .. '"I ', .i; d, this .
Irttn our. answer phone should '
,4 nl "' | { it ei, >Mn nl ttRfIVIH1 tt not happeni agal .,UP you.a,. interested CREATIVE MARKETING ,
chell Gray served as acolyte. ..FelloWslytp.ti UUttffJgt.eel celebttatcd'her tsth know else who.
..4tt thedoor'by-Mrs,'H.H..Adams.MissElena 10 KeJiiiCarverfi> on[ someone '
Miss Catmen Ehves atthndel her Canova kept the bride's book at ,birthday with a party Saturday, Sept. might be in need Please call 964-6886. 1O1O C. Michigan Ave. Dept. A-U't
sister as maid of honor. She wore a 26, at the home of her parents on We are a very caring group and we
table with white lace cloth'
over
,long peach colored polyester gown a and a small basket of fall silk Country Club Drive. want to help. Now there is no need to I Lansing, Michigan 48912
with halter top pleated skirt and organza in line Twenty-five guests enjoyed games go thru those difficult times alone!
flowers. Standing the receiving
short organza overlay of peach She
and dancing during the evening.
the bride and and their
were groom
carried a silk bouquet of bronze, beige Decorations included florescent
parents.
The bride's table was covered witha stars posters floral arrangementsand
white lace cloth over organza and candles Refreshments served Included Captain D's.
was centered with a three tiered as birthday' cake, decoratedwith
The Titus Olsons pillared cake, decorated with peach roses.
TO Celebrate roses and wedding bells and topped Those assisting with the servingand
,:, games were Kathy Gillingham,
with a bride and groom Mrs. Robert DOUBLE
'' VALUE
I h,50th'.Annlversary' B. Eaves and Mrs Wallace Wroten, Chelle McClure, Elizabeth Lawson
rj'.ti!' : :and Mrs.\ Titus Olson will aunts of the bride cut the cake. The. and Vickie Carver.

ere\('! bratt i e)}}ding, fAll. ,,cake ,was flanked by silver
1 jj.Vcrsar. !'stOaffc.tf: ; .'f fbinTto:; 5 candelabra with burning'tapers, and,
."1. at a receptIOn given in the First an arrangement of fall flowers.
'nile \\hQdl':; church Fellowship The two punch tables were centered Junior WomenTo CHICKEN 'N SHRIMP
9 Jl'al! b't',; rrleJ1ds; ''9nd family, with crystal punch bowls encircled Meet
i fQ 'a ,, ftations ,arc bemg ,with greenery)' and interspersed with
?J,1P lj.ul:! :Jif!friends diid' reiAjivesOtt' carnations. Presiding at ,the punch The Junior Women's Club will hold
.. ''f1iWU' Ut allt-nd, ',' bowls were Misses Vickie Nicula their October meeting Monday, Oct.
(bN 12, at 7:30: at the club r e r $
} 'J IttrOlson, add "We Elise Johns Mrs Alan Creson and pm. house with 't ,
'9)/ba/ .M I'' ells id compiling a 'bookwqtell !Mrs Sandi Tanksley. .t '' Mrs. Robert Autry and Mrs. Henry

recalls\ a,?,memory or ex- Mrs. Doug Gray' and Mrs. Richard Harrell as hostesses. relf 4III I (a'pa"icipa'ing,
.trp H''etice'' ': : during our first 50 Odom presided at the groom's cake r6 Captain, )
ISj eikrsTof\ rfA'rriage. Please send it to (able.jich) ,was graced with an arrangement
.
us as !soon as possible, we ask that no of fall I low( ITS. golden brown breast
other gifts be sent We believe that Assisting i in_ st'rvingt'rl' Mrs Elks Lodge 1802 :' ? of chicken filets
the loving,memories Me have shared George Winkler, Mrs. John !Miller Having BarbecueThe + tender fried shrimp
"i"wllh our family and friends w'oul be Mrs, Randy -Johns Mrs Harry .1'
fiifht most treasured'. gift we would ever Green Miss Kolme (..n.t'n.Irs.! Hoi public is invited to attend a crisp french fries
"lt celve1!I *- Mullins and !Mrs. Steve Cardm, chicken barbecue Saturday, Oct. 10, .. e 4' creamy cole slow
,II 9\ I, Following a wedding trip to Atlanta from I 11 a,m. to 2 pm. at the Lodge at
.\1". I $2,SO plate / 2 hush puppies
It and Daytona Heath the couple; is per put on by Starke Elks
residing at Kingslcy I Lake Lodge 1802. -cocktail sauce

sweet n' sour sauce

'"Lasagna ,Luncheon ,

,if At Woman's Club ,I. t Were You Around? ? ?

A lasagna luncheon) will be.st'rted 'Hi- ,
by the Starke Woman's Club In the :: LACKAWANNA SHRIMP FEAST

club building on Friday, Oct, 16, from '
11JO-: 1::30 at a cost of'.$l.51reachM> ith r 1930 1955
Sue extra for dessert The public. is invited v
to attend Meet Your Old Friends / $ a-
Take-out orders will be available. Z99 '
Tickets may be obtained from Reminisce Awhile (. -.V '
members or,at the door l ) ;: of S y
Saturday, October 17. 1981 : ..,

Noon til 6:30: P.M. tender,golden fried shrimp"! !: '

;'{ Covered Dish Dinner at 3 P.M. fresh creamy cole slaw .

''Shaw family reunionto Woodstock Park'Civic Center crisp, hot french fries'.
be held Oct. 17 2 hush puppies ;.n' '

: 2889 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville Fl. the Captain's special -'u
; familywill hold their 23rd
The Shaw
.
.
For Further Information Call \"";
cocktail .
Annual Reunion Sunda. Oct. 17. at : sauce ,
the New Hope Church between Donald pingman. 3542170Dr. :

LaCrosse and Brooker. '+ use'i 4
",The reunion i is for the descendantsof

Bryant, Madison, >Ancel, Levy,

Angelme Fronie and Emmaline Lounette Eaton 'B.S", D.C. "-
Shaw; also descendants of Hezekiah

,Shaw born 1824.: died 1902. Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C. i I y, >
,
t' The business!meeting w'jll,be held at ,
ll:3Uam.:: .
':Please: come and enjoy a picnic. Keystone Chiropractic' Clinic .1 j

Lunch with us. .
'.., ;, D
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4tt ,
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SR.21 ; : "
: !' ; M North': \ + -
: 'rL".

: I M8thodtsf. WomenPlan'Holiday Keystone ,Shops Suite 5 -- a seafood &
'
r Bazaar, //ltJr .'.' Phone 4733604'm'' < 301 S..StaikB TREAT"J I

.j' ; ), > 7'1J: ; ,....
U ted Methodist Women' are 'Hours' a.'m. IF'h4.
,,, -The, > : 9 and 3p.m., *
:)cp1annmg, ,a. Old F >ned ,Holiday I ",na Y' ..,, \., >.r.Jfn.>
,',Bazaar Nov 19. rom 7: a.rn, to 4p,m Mon. Tues., Wed; .& 'Frl.. ,"' '!
lathe fellowship Ilall.'f1\ Soup or Chili ; I I" :\" KIDS>> Be sure to stop in
;luncheon ;will ,be#erved from 1 1 to 1 & a.-1 : ;
> including I Idrink. : \ 'p 'fJ1, .Thitrsda; I i '4tJ
,;ipm.'focdonauon.ofils0 ) t" It't.i HAtLO; ]EN "TRICK OR
; ;
,. and ,crackers. Denser}. and I Modern X-Ray Physical, Therap'Facilities' I .
sandwiches will be'available) t ,.., .. .-0 I



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'Hill 't .l Ginger r Dixon and'/VllenLastirigei1 I | fr I II. 1ft rttJJq&tb r Hilites .
Capital ;
Leaves ; : t.
Joe Stewart : ?: Nellbroti'k
Morris of
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"'l Married July 25 In Gainesville : } ,(Iii by Dolores.- ng Springs. The honored couple a|>-: .
:: both occasions.
After 30 Years ", ." ; -- -.-...---..,- ."flt\phone tiUt-W*/* ,:?: I. predated and enjoyed Viiiitorti
\*
by Senator and Ginger Dixon daughter of Mr. and Ituotmae On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.Gerald
given
A 'reception Sale. *
Mrs. Arlene S. Brown and Mrs. honored I Elbert Thornton of Raiford and enjoyed the visit of their
28 Mrs. hold Adkins
Mrs. Robert Byrd on Sept. The Women's Club will
Starke and Mrs Hampton
Clyde Sinclair of of Lakeland. Hudson of PalatkaI ,
Including Lee Lastinger Mrs. Ivan
Joe Stewart and over 400 guests Allen sale on Saturdayt cousins
Ruth Messer of Jacksonville returnedlast Rev and !Mrs A.L. their next rummage and !Mrs. Sarah
Sinclair Florida son of Clark
1'1Maxine
Mrs. !\
Mrs. Brown collect \
from Washington. D.C. V Oct. 10, at the City Hal). Please '
Friday in marriage
and Mrs..Messer I Lastingcr. were united needed ,but good Hoffman Lakeland. .
where they attended the reception in the your no longer to.
Saturday, July 25, at 2 p.m. ; !Mrs. Mary Overholser returned
household items antiques
Monday Sept 28 given by Senator First Assembly of God Church in. clothing sale. .' her home on Hampton Lake over the ,
honoring Joe I jewelry tools 'or toys for this .:
Robert Byrd
and Mrs.
Stewart Secretary for the Senate Did You Know........... I Gainesville.Rev A.L. Lastinger. father ot.the. :Profits will be used Call for 468-2631 worthwhile for week weekend.visit She with had'relatives enjoyed: in a Indiana three/.

Minority, and son of Mrs. Brown and I groom performed the ceremony.Mrs. community projects. and Ohio.

the( late Edgar Stewart Sr. Mrs. Robin Akers is convalescing at more details The Connie Clark family m".complete \

Stewart who has completed 30 the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Linda Day played the organ t'' r lIICIuhThe 4-II Club met Tuesday again with the arrivalhome (>f
years service on capital hill departedfor after knee surgery in the r i I Hampton weeks in
for J.D. Warren with Gary Grilfis playing piano. Oct. 6, at the home of Bryan. He spent several
a position as Vice President Winter park Memorial Hospital.! I Miss Tami Cain was the soloist for theceremony. .K evening More membersare Germany as an exchange; student
of Southern Jean Newman.
Affairs
Mary
Government Bradford High S hooJ. This tripnUI'kl'd
call from
Natural Resources. Stewart will head Mrs. Eunice Dukes of Auburndale is welcome and you may a highlight in his life, and he
Club.
the new Washington office for the families this the altar were two 463.1220 regarding this
to
visiting the Lawson Highlighting must have many interesting events:
Brownies.
girl Scouts\ unit
firm. week. : I candalabra baskets of lavender and Iv'I tell about this trip.
Scouts and
Although he has had a long career Also decorating te The Hampton Girl r School\
white mums. Hampton ":'le ) -ii ai-y
with the Senate Stewart is only 46 Mrs. Lex Green and son. Michael church were six live green palms and Brownies Troops are being organi.ed.Meetings Halloween Carnival'
old. He came to the Hill at the with her t I lavender and white are held Thursdays at 5
yearsof spent Thursday to Monday an altar arch of Sales for the! student and! adult Carnival
14 as a page sponsored HollanddFla by son and family Mr.! and Mrs. W.H. mums with green leather leaf. In the p.m. in. the Hampton ElementarySchool. rallies are in progress .eachmorning

former Sen. Spessard Green in Tallahassee.Sen. front of the church there was a small until Oct. :30.
.>. His service included many I cloth Among l leaders are Faye IJaile)"
I round table with a lace table Drawing for the TV and AM-F.M: :
tints. In 1979 he was elevated to the and Mrs. Charley Johns Mr. 1 which held glass goblets of wine and a Linda Fisher Betsy Hersey.Wood. I Dorothy radio will take place Oct. 30.

position of Secretary of the Majority and Mrs. Jerome Johns and Mrs. round plate with bread. Lackey and Dorothy Tickets for the $100 XVinn Dixie
inconstructing
where he remained until the Marcus Howard returned Wednesdayof David Lastinger served as best The Girl Scouts are now involved and W..gon'hl'c:1
the Senate this First Aid Kits, and planon Shopping Spree
took
Republicans over in Glenville Last '
after week Steven inger,
last week a j man. Ushers were other handicraft items Chandelier are being soldoy parents
year. N.C. 1 Mark Dixon and Tim Lastinger. I j A .Y I t. making and 5th. 6th and 7th graders.Thepri.e \ .
soon. awarded fur high seller of the

Nancy Lee Struth Mrs. H.L. Hutson spent last week Sharon Whaler of Springdale New- is CondolenceSympathy extended<< to the family three I classes will be a General Electric
Ronald Booth 1 Canada served as maid of
visiting her nephew foundland. who AM-FM. cassette player-
Gary Gullic and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sumner and honor and Susan Talcott of Starke and friends of Maggie Korsyth recorded valued at $HO. Drawing I will
WeddingMrs. Lakeland and Mr. and The wore palelavender died Friday at the age of 73 years.We
December bridesmaid.
in
Plan daughter served as also to hear of the be about. II 1>.111. at the Carnival. Oct.
Booth and Donald and silk with pale were sorry
Mrs. C.W. son long gowns
Louella T. Struth and KennethM. M1ri unexpected! death of Evan W. Hodges.Sr. :31.
Mrs. Kalish in Tampa and babies breath head-
Mr. and Joseph lavender net should be 'l'un"tl'udinJ gcostumes (
the engagementof at Alachua Parents!
: Struth announce and Doanld Jerkins : who died Thursday
while Mr. Hutson ?
and CostumeContest
pieces.Christina Parade
Nancy Lee to Gary for the
their daughter General
Hospital.Congratulations
of Mrs. Marian A. were hunting in Cypress Creek Dixon served as flower the night of the Carnival.The !.
Alan Gullic, son carried lavender and white .\11'.and 11rs..lllen: I.a.tiuger
area. and
management girl will consist of
Kollms and Frank E. Rollins of Arcadia f Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mobleycelebrated menu this't'' lr
petals. Anniversary hot dogs, sausage dogs, drinks, cotton
Harrison visited their :111:i Wedding
A.S.
Miss Struth is a graduate of the Mr. and Mrs. 30.: Friday night they candy, sno-cones( popcorn. tailed
in her on Sept.
Mrs. R.T. Hipps in marriage by
mother bride
her The given thedessert
and is presently well as goodies! at
University of Florida weekend.Mr. white silk were treated to dinner at the Red peanuts as!
the gown
Sectionof Waycross over father, wore a long INNth.Seri"rat .
employed in the Admissions sleeves. The neck and greeted at. the door by Lobster In Gainesville lIy their
Mr. with long Guests were will be attractions
the Registrar's office Georgia there.State and Mrs. Mark Herlong of sleeve bands were highlighted with Mark Dixon and Tim Lastinger. The] children Wayne and Shirley Mobley.Dianne this III'Wtalllt..s.\ Parents! and l'l'ic'nclun'
Gullic is a graduate of visitors of She carrieda :Mr ,mil/ and Buster Hughes! of Starke. t I year
of Jacksonville were Monday lace and tiny seed pearls. receiving lane consisted (of the booths for
University needed to
University and the W.F. Herlong.Mr. with touchof bride Barbara Bridges of Hampton us well sponsor
his mother Mrs. bouquet of white mums a Mrs. Elbert Thornton the and1))
is currently Grit-; each class.
South Florida. He pursuing breath. Her as friends Marie and! Woodrow
babies Mrs. Lastingcr.Mrs.
in and
of yellow set and Rev. Hell and
is in ueedol
PhD at the University groom Thefaculty a
his Clements of made of cake' fis. Jr. of Slarke.On .
and Mrs. Jimmy small headpiece was Mary Lena Dixon cut the movie projector. So it
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Florida. Beach the weekend with and white babies breath at. assisting. Mrs Sunday Mr! and Mrs.! :Mobleywere
Vero spent lavender with Mrs. Mary Henry be
A December wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and Mr. tached to a long white net veil with an Patricia Dixon kept the bride's I book.j invited to dinner in Slarke at the with WesternSteer :Mr. is! hoped as well the (as'm'ni'al111 entertaining.Santa profitable
Steak House
and Mrs. Eddie Douglas. overlap of short net.
A reception was held in the church Following a wedding t trip. to Tampa]

Holiday Inn Employees Sixty-eight members and friends of with the room decorated in lavenderand and other points of interest t in Soul Fe Fall Festival Oct. 8national
the Quarterback Club in two buses white carnations with lavender Florida the couple! residing at 162!:

Host Farewell Party spent Friday to Sunday at the Provincial ribbons and greenery. The punch Goodyear Road, .Lakeland. Florida. The fourth season of the Santa 'e Chamber Artists Series

For Clare Garvin Hotel in the French Quarters at table held a large crystal punch bowl The bride, a 1.979 graduate ot Union* Community Fall Festival of the Performing They will return to New York later in

honored dining New Orleans and attended the UF- with mixed Iruit punch being servedto County High School, is presently' attending -\ Arts in Starke will feature the Fall for a concert at Carnegie

1 Inliday Inn employees Mrs. Clare Gar LSU football game at Baton Rouge on the guests. The table also held nuts South Eastern. College iny the New College String Quartet in Hall.
room supervisor They had dinner at the and small tokens of love. r
Sept. 30 with aral'ell Saturday. mints Lakeland. Florida. concert at the Starke Woman's Clubon .. ... .. ... 4"-
Wednesday _
tin on threetiered ._- : :;
night. :
at the Inn in Starke. Commanders Palace Friday The wedding cake was a large The groom is now ..IIIc'lIl1l1lSoulh\ ] Oct. 8 \ This outstanding .c-
party Colbert cake with a bride and groom on Eastern College and is employed bu free-to-lhe public cultural event will

Attending were Mrs. who Cary providedthe Mrs. W.F. Herlong and Miss Lucie the top layer. The top layer was the She-nil's Department. in Polk be followed by a "meet the 'per
wile of the Innkeeper Parnell attended the homecoming at reserved for the couples first t anniver- vanilla -
Olivia Harper Terri County. formers" reception sponsored by the Pour brandy over
cake.
Church at Fort
Tustungee Methodist and sprinkle
ary. Club. ice cream
Barber Kim McKnight ""- Starke Woman's
hunter Joan -
Arlene Dixon Margaret! Allen, White on Sunday 0 -- -rndYou Knowi" .:.......... Only a week before appearing herein with' coarse .ground

:Molvina Green, Elizabeth DeVoe, The sixth annual reunion of the Starke the excellent New College coffee It's delicious! A74ac '
Ruth will be making its New
Ann Ricks. Lucille Cauley. W. and Creasie String Quartet
of James
Revels Glenda Young Patty Hanks descendents held Sunday Sept. 27, at Mrs. W.H. Thomson spent Thurs- Ina Eileen McDougald daughter of York debut as a part of the 1981\ Inter-
Padgett was with her and Frank and Estella M. Kates and
and 1 Maria Walker. day to Saturday son
of Dewitt and Rose Padgetton
the home
Robert Felton served punch whilel'r'one Whitehead road Starke. Approximately family Mr and Mrs. Fred Thomsonin I granddaughter of Mrs Alice et.ol>el0c>a10c4)eocai0talOt 7bioc321pccwifc7OYGYI6telOt

attending enjoyed cake and 120 family and friends Tallahassee and attended -the McDougald/-,recently; -: received her -
refreshments. Mrs.Garvin warn retirement party for,tom: Humphreys BrI rtt. 1) Physical'Education*. .
other 1111 for which .i '" !; -- I i
gathered ttut .teyivUiett i \&M'niLFrsily4 .we
1ea1ttP'f rOln'11'l'lor
presented with an arrartgement'orHI.VMTS on Thursday afternoon who was retir- := d Grow'ingl..J' .
I as a gift from the employees. began at 11 a m. ; ing from the Barnett Bank, "irf : -Tallah9a' She is--od1'rrently ..
'( employed at the Leon County
Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews return- Tallahassee. and enrolled in serve betterB
ed last Wednesday after two months Sheriff's Department So we can you
Fifteen members of the board of Graduate School at Florida A&M
John Adkins, Jr. vacation in Little Switzerland N.C.
directors of Clay County Counsel on University to persue a Master's

Celebrates BirthdayLittle and Miss Kelli Aging had a hamburger fry at the Degree in recreation. She is a 1974!
Miss Lynda Hoppe
John Adkins Jr. celebratedhis Jones of UIert' Sunday guests of George W. Brown party house on the Graduate of Bradford High School. & M Starter

first birthday Sept. 25 at a party Mrs. O.L Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kin- dock at Kingsley Lake Friday even- Martin Hersey of The Citadel RI I
Mr. and Mrs. ing. ,
given by his parents, caid. S.C. thel'l.kl'ncl
Charleston. spent
John Adkins Sr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen returned with his Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt & Generator <
Dr. parents.
returned Oct. 1 from -
and Mrs. W.L. Carter. Mike Ricks J t."I\ ( r' 1 I
was
The 13 guests enjoyed cake ice Greenville, S.C. where he attendedfive Monday after 2 1/2 weeks vacationin Hersey of Theressa.clerk Hersey last week promoted ;

cream and punch.Eastern weeks training course given by Austria and Bavaria.Mr. company I i

Hardee's Restaurant Management ServiceVork Pl'rft\'lnt! By ,.
conducted by Spartan Food System Mrs. T.J. Thomas of Valdosta and
Inc. Ricks is presently employed at and Mrs. Ben Rowland visited. son, Herbert Thomas of Orlando and J Tommy Hardenbrook.... ir| 1 1 J igjj
Hardees in Starke. relatives in Bronson on Sunday.Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and daughll'r.t'Debbie .
starsto of Jacksonville were Sunday (Formerly w/Hardenbrook/ Well Drilling)

meetThe Vivian Carol DeSue, daughter of visitors of Mrs. Bertha Pearce. r- .
15 Ethel Simmons and Mrs. Col- .f,. ..: ..
Ms. Jurutha DeSue graduated Aug.
official inspection of Lake from the University of North Florida eene Bailey of Richmond. Va. were We Now Offer The." Following:
Butler Chapter No. 40. order of the with a Bachelor of Arts degree in first of the week guests of Mrs. Bert ha c
Star, will be held Thursday
Extern Pearce. .
evening October 8, at 8 p.m. at the Sociology. Vivian is a 1974 graduate ofBUS. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLcndon ot

Im-iil Masonic Hall. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas visited her _Blowing rock N.C were Sunday A Full 1 Line 'of 'Water Pumps. "I,
:Mrs. Mattie Lou Keen of Arcadia,, Carlisle brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and I 'Visitors of his parents Mr. and Mrs. .
Grand, Conductress of the grand Mr. and Mrs. AI Kay Mrs. II.". Joiner in Shalimar Thursday I-.R.P. McLendon while enroute to '
weeks tour :
chapter ol Florida will be honored returned Sunday alter two to Sunday. Tampa. New & ,Used Water PumpsAfor'Sale
of Louisiana and Mississippi visiting .' .
dinner at 6:30 with ..
guest t at a : p.m.
Ante Bellum homes and attended the ; & Service !
donations going to the OES Cancer and I-SU '(;. ...,t
Mississippi games.
for the Children'sCancer
Fund for research "
'
Clinics at Shands Hospital. All 2nd Baker County Fair j.. Pull, Replace or Repair Jets
members are invited to attend. Charles 'arr of Jacksonville was coming October 13.17The Airpark Baptist Church ::
dinner of Mr. and
last
Friday guest
N. Street
539 Orange
Mrs. R.O. Oan&b)'. second annual Baker CountyFair Make Service Calls

will be held October 13-17 at the I'i' Starke Florida I
E C Dukes has returned after Center
Mrs.
Baker County Agricultural .
Sunday School, 10 a.m.WorshipService
United Methodist two"l'l'ks'blt with her son and fami- The Fairwill open Tuesday Oct. 13, 11 a.m. I
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Dukes in. with a Fair Parade at 2:43: p.m.
Church News Union, 6 '
Boston Mass! Fairgrounds will open at 3:15 p.m. '1 t Evening Training Service.7 p.m.J p.m. B & M Starter & Generator
The livestock show will be held at 7' <::-'
Youth News !Mr. and !Mrs I..N. Stoner of Ocala .1,1 Prayer-Wed. night,7p.m. 238 E. Washington St. Starke 964-5274

"" weekend guests ot Mr. and Mrs. p.m.The Fair will continue through" f ., Ufs4iscwlioorat
.\ special program Hill luprrsenU'd > George W. Brown at Kingsley Lake. Saturday with performances by many Itet. Lacy Coimny, I'astor + >4taiu.ac aat74r1c

:Sunday evening at 5JO::: gospel groups. 4

pin on "(.'ull,," including a film Vincent Lewis is a heart patient in Saturday is Youth Day and will include "t '. .

per>en6iLlon. and guest speakers Mr.! Memorial! pltal in Jacksonville.Mr. a baby crawl, frog jumping con :, -

and Mrs.: Wu'lkhn were former test. three-legged. race and pie eat ing Starke
members. of. cult in this und Now Available
a area and !Mrs.! Harry Workman of contest.
li.ivc gone through a deprograming.Kxcryone 1Iiamil're Friday and Saturday The Fair will close with exhibitionsof
: is! encouraged to attend! visitors of their daughter and family. clogging and square dancing Saturday
Hie t church 1 charge conference Ix'ginning Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones. night.

al noon alter .services. Admission is $1 for adults and 50

.\tlminiitraliBUUI'IJ meeting Mr. and Mrs Dallas Weaver of cents for students. .
:Monday night ;il 7 '::111. in thefellowship Home> Ga. were last t Saturday to .

hull.Homecoming. Thursday guests ol Mrs.! James Bar- _-_ -:..- -..::>: ...:-.... .o..
ron and family I at Kingsley ake.l : .w w esrwrr.Ireet

..
Oct. lAt Mrs 111. Gibson returned Saturday Make your own herb vinegar I

after two weeks visit with friends by adding outdatedor
Bethel Baptist ChurchThe and relatives in "'IorlssantIo.! and weak-flavored herbs;

members of Bethel Baptist !McComb. Canton and Lincoln ill. to ordinary cider vinegar.

Church i invite the public to come
sh.i.rc a special day in the Lord. .... .. .'.,," 'wwru twr }I n. oear "

,. .. ,. .. .-
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of Jacksonville.former "
Babb
Rev E.J. ;
'. ,. ,. .
be : ; '' -
guest speaker.church Special pastor music will during the ''lJ". ; :s'e.iO'" "' '' '' ; "''I'o'r'' : ""T"f" : ,..r\. .,.:" ,," ";.5:.

the morning service and afternoon ,, '.' .. ,." '. _" ., .... ,."".. "_, ,,, .. .', ..,... \,......". I..... .,.... ',

Mill be brought by the New Life :. "
Singers of Gainesville. fSt.dJ;; g 4t'. ;'''7 .., i 1 i '
.
t Dinner at I p.m.on the grounds. will be served \\1': i"O." : ");':";W."i 'l'ofr.iI.; l .,,:::..,q ,, : ." .

The church is located on SR 230-APastor .n. \
Rev Leon Odom extends a : ..;: l l'i: ;, II.

special invitation to come and share : ff. : ,
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this homecoming day ( ,,. .., : <" ", .,,: tG, .' :.,. DROP ..- 3- WUPT .1' "I. 14 F.itnr
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United Pentecostal Church. 204 N. '" f : : > ; ; FOR'YOUR C'6.: 1 -....| ,, :J..tI\.SO""l'\ 18 NICKf LODION /....TI
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I Jiillior Varsity Club ROllts St. Augustine J26' \', .



It was celebration number two las: 'Tile" went m yards right! enter St. drive with Salmon diving over from
Thursday night in Starke, as two Ii\.v! Aigttsttre's!! score (0 assume the> 'lea!'. the one behind !blocks by Anthony
after the freshman club score 4 Bra, ProW!: went ,4j Tanis:!! oil a counter tnj'b Luke and Tommy Johnson. Again the
ford High's first football victory f over th Baby Tornadoes working oootieg pass from Carver this time to
Baldwin 14-8)), the Jayvees got In on room t.nJ! f'lutl"'e tailback Kevin Salmon. was good and BHS led 24-6. ) I } l l,9y lk

the act with a 32-6 rout of Sit. Sampson romued 31:1: yards .m a sweep
Augustine In Starke. te the 'J9cket i4. A personal foul After two more SA drives were
The win the first of the year for he oe'iulty put Bradford Inside the \0 and stopped, one on an Interception by
BHS sophomores after losses to or third !And goal! from the one Samp-- Schoening and another! on it fumble
Eastside and GHS set up the chance sun dove over I behind Wayne C'ibhJand recovery by Tony Hill, BHS upped the +. b +qV ) ,
to climb back to ,500 In their road Tony Hill! at the 7:22: mark "r ante to 34-6 with 4J. seconds left.
ballgame at Middleburg tonight, period two. Quarterback Robert Sampson rifled a picture-perfect
Thursday, Oct. 8. Next week, Wednesday Carver chin red!\ ont and hit Brad halfback pass 42 yards to Schoening,
Oct. 14, the JV Tornadoes face Russell wide open in the comer for an who stepped Into the corner of the
Palatka's "B" squad "here in Starke.St. 8.6 Lead. endzone. Salmon hauled In another
Augustine scared first In last pass from Carver for the twopointer.The .
week's game notching a 6-0 first The defense stopped the viSitors halfback pals! was used effec-

quarter lead on an eight yard TD pass cold and Br4S took over on the SA9 tively by the JV 't'ornadoes being Junior Varsity huddles Up...
7 minutes Into the game but the thrown by both Sampson and Tudy '
the
four to
visitors, who dropped to 1-1 with the margin taking just to 16-$ before play halUlmFJ.up O'Nt'al. With their backs: against the wall from inside the Too... Russell' ((21), an unidentified player Anthony Luke (SI).

loss, never again seriously threatened Carver: untmued a big DRssjng day For the game defensively Brown nado five the JV Tornadoes huddle up and get the call Kevin Sampson, Tommy Johnson William Salmon' UO,
against a Bradford defense ted by by hItting Randy Davis In a bootleg anti 5r.hnenlng had intercepts and Hill from quarterback Robert Carver (10)). Wayne Cribbs Brad Brown(3)( Tony Rill, and Jimmy
Jimmy Schoenmg, Billy Rehberg, pass for'J."I yards and Sampson fOIl ht. the fumble recovery Rehberg had Included In the semI-circle are from right to left: Brad Schoening ((4{). ,
and linebackers William Salmon, into the pndione from eight yards out. two t tackles behind the line of scrimmage -

Brad Brown, and signal-caller Joey Jimmy choening made a calling and Randy Davis, Cribbs, and ..
Loyd.. catch of Carver for the twopointer. Salmon nIsI had tops In the
ti I pass '
'Ja'k.>IS 1.2 a Mystery Team
Meanwhile the junior varsity Tornadoes backfield.St. ,
busted loose offensively after
scoring just one TD in their first two On its first possession! of the second .AUlJu.tlno JV 6 0 0 0 6 .. .
games. half the .JV Tornadoes capped a long Bradfod II 16 0 -. 32

-' Varsity Visits St. Augustine Friday .



I 9t" Graders Still fllbeaten After Baker Victory St Augustine's Yellow Jackets -- .
the team that hosts Bradford Hlgh'sTornadoes BIIS TORNADOES at St. AUGUSTINE
Friday night, Oct 9 has
Head Freshman Coach Rick Bellamy with 2:00: left in the firlllt blocks by Dan Duffy and Mike Colvin. been a mystery team thus far in 1981. -'I;, QUICK FACTS,

Stevens told his team In the post- quarter pint BUS on top and strong- Frances who had lined up for a 41 The 'Jackets started off like Game Site: St. Augustine High; kickoff 8 p.m,
game locker room they played legged kicker John David Francis yard field goal attempt but never got gangbusters, whipping a supposedly Season Records: St. Augustine 1-2 with a win over" Englewood
but the results were good the to make It 70.4.fter the chance when the bobbl-
"lousy" split uprIghts snap was line Jacksonville Englewood team (28-20) and.losses to Buchholz ((12-14)) and Macclenny-Baker (6-20))
Tuesday night as the BUS whipped' ed, toed the c'nverslon. fr the final 28-20 and then giving unbeaten Bradford 0-3 with losses to Macdenny (7-13). Palatka' o-S5).and( :
vlsltmg'l\1accenny-Baker! County 11.0 two exchanges by each team 17.0 point spread.Tacklesnapping, District 5-AAA leader Gainesville Santa Fe (0-19). -
before a happy home crowd iue'lday Antonio! Jones gathered In a Bilker fullback Gerald BlJchholz aU It wanted before falling Series History: Bradford leads in the series with 12 wins to 8 St.
night in Starke. punt andspedt8yards for another apparent Brown was effective, piling up 42 14-13. In that I-I start bruising Augustine victories and two ties but the two Schools have split the'
TIt but it was nullified by aff-- yards In just 5 carries. Bellamy had tailback Tony Delgado had ,,bowled last 8 gridiron meetings of this rivalry; .
The win upped the fresh Tornadoes' setting ppr.altips. Still, the ninth 35 stripes in 7 tries ::42 of them coming over the opposition for 389 yards on 68 Last meeting: BHS claimed a 30-20 victory in Starke last
mark to 2-0 with a date with usually- graders "rove 46 yards to set up a 25 on one burst and had 93 yards In punt carries Players to watch for St. Augustine: BHS Yellow Jacket tailback year.
fearsome Gainesville High set for field Francis with rl'turns. Jones netted 19 yards on 3 But two weekends Baker
yard goal by 17 ago Coun-
Tony Delgado (no 40)). a horse of a runner at 6-1, 195. was virtually
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 13. atCitizen's seconds before the half. Oli"er Tys\n. tries his positive yardage coming on ty stuck it to both Delgado and the the entire St. Augustine offense early on. and he's accumulated 410
Field in Gainesville. Kickoff a converted guard who ted the Tornadoes a 27 yard sprint around the right side Yellow Jackets .. holding St. yards in three games ((136.7 yards per). But he was held to under 50
time for the game expected to be the with 78 yards on 7 Ear Also Tony Davis had 5 yards on his on- Augustine's ace to under 50 yards and stripes by Baker County and the Tornado coaches said a key was
ninth graders roughest test IS 4:30: CqmpbeH-\l!\ totes, accounted ior 40 ly attempt and signal-caller Barry winning amazingly easily 206. the fact the Jackets were playing without Delgado's backfield buddy -
p.m. of the yards in the field goal march Warren kept 4 times for 5 yards. $t. Augustine has had an open week bruising blocker Bernard Mathews (5-9215 pound Jr), who had .
In Tuesday's win the young Tornado wIth most af his the Defensively Donald Thornton led to mend its
running going rep wounds since the loss... knee trouble Mathews mayor may not be back for Friday's '
outfit ran up and down the field middle behind the tacklers with 6, but ht ..Iot of game
Clint Hutchesol" and got and BHS coaches say that may be exacty and his presence could make a big difference in the hosts nnin
against Macclenny, accumulating \74 Robbie Boone The three-pointer help. Richard Crosby and Tyson had;> what they need. Junior fullback attack. m
yards on the ground and adding near' made it10.0 at intermission: stops apiece, and oJan1i'E1 White Ud.fi' Berrlard Mathews, the biggest playel11n.fJhrttket "' 'th ;HS" "" ,,"> ,r j :=
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ly in punt "etur\Lw!!! l1 tLt+Blt'S.consUW0 4 MtlStoof.t e. and Bellamy 0 1tM p.2tiena"wifl 1 \'\ ) raster at '-9.21'. went Qtr1heF.Tha mamt HleSPfL4aI l
""""i"B't1olding ; i, 1 8
the visltntg nr jllsnhret' tin is -1ourth period wIth a Dol, yard tackles were behind lh..lille ot scrim. down with a knee injury early against SIii! '' 'aggressiveness shut down the St. Augustine tailback and how IIIIit'JI
downs two in a meaningless drive 9tJotame's t touchdown: drive that ended with mage and Tl1ornton, Crosby,-ColvinSl BAker and his loss was crucial. BHS is defensively will be aggressive -
a key.
end. Duffy Rob Spltze, and Frank' Sheffield .
Tvson
tacklers the
dragging two over
'Mathews those holes for said two other
opens will be
A 60 yard punt return by Robert end .II!f,c after a 9 yard burst behind also had tackles for losses Detgado," BHS Head Coach David and playing errorless key points ball offensively"overcoming, somthing BUS a few hasn't injuries" -

Hurse noted. Tornado line coa'h.. ,accomplished thus far.Volleyballers.
Carlton Faulk added that one thing
that pops out when watching St..
I. Augustine game films Is the cracking

Cross Country Girls Tallyl.erfectScoreBradford punishing blocks Mathews fullback dishes plays out.the If Tor-the Nab. 1st Win

nadoes might get the answer they 1 .
High's girls cross don't want to the question 'will the Finally win wlJ1nin
country a serves, including winning
squad pIled it on visIting Baker Coun- snob(a Po..H'bay'u.doy.1 29 'HI 10.mil..0..).'54 real St. Augustine please stand up?' Bradford High's Lady Tornado points tn both games. Sh .ju\d Hope

ty and Santa Fe Tuesday scoring a I W14iT.e: I.d''al"' '' "n .I.hod W.".. (IHS) 11,47. 2)) '..ulMcKlnn.y The Yellow Jacket lines both of- volleyball team col back on the right Jackson had 6 /gervices apiece 1\1 the
perfect low score of 15 to win hands (.H5))) 'Ia17o: 3)) I. Goddoa(fie) ,Iht1, al'Nun.Ia fense and defense, are only average track Monday IIIght, Oct. 5,' with a tight 16-14 opening gaml'. with P. nSamgadding \
down but the ( ) 11U, I) H.II (SP) V,211 5.1.... ((5') ,1e17., 7)) In size. about 185 pounds per man
-- their
boys saw win 16-14. 15-11 win over Gainesville High' rid 1"'and
G,_. (U,1t.2',, .) 'h.'eho ('ul ,.:,,37. 9)) Ro..o (..) points: ; }} Von,
streak in dual or tri-meets end with a :1.44. '101 Iddl. t...... (INS) 11.55. 11)) Will..',.(.D) 'so the bulky Delgado and Mathews School In Gainesville the Bradford da Kay Hall adding a spiYti'k the net:
loss to Santa Fe's Raiders.In ItOO,, 12))McK.nD'(U.)19) ..9. 13)) C.I.ln 'h.m. ''I) definitely stand out. girls' first win after an 0-5 start/ In game 2 Basil had 7 service pun}t
the girls race Tuesday Lady Tornadoes f 19:11 14))Wod. W'd..j.HII' ) 10:30. .. Despite the fact Delgado' carried The Lady Tornadoes try to keep the and Sams" Jackson. and TralttHankerson

Louette Smith Pam Hawkins. U.01"or''o' Nigh$'thool ImlMNonnlOld. '\..: : the pigskin'34 times one time out this winning habit going with a four game each with Jackson winlty
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and Jennifer Nix came hard in the .,....'..ul." 'I( Mlnml ipdng.l/A..TI,.,..C year Hurse said Bradford won't be home stand. They host Macclenn ,ing ;J PQin''" at the net and Hankl'rs
last mile to pass a Santa f'e girl and r I V 31.) ...t..on 126.4))Surhbols. 711.9))Dolo.d( 110.I keying on the tailback rather the tonight.Thursday Oct. 8. Middleburgon adding l spike lln Ihl' :I'"I'dkt.. .
wrap 3.4-5 behind winner 'I I)e9AmOKn 7011, Tornadoes will wread" the (" i ..... ,
up spots Linda ,. formation Monday Oct 12, Buchholz Tues- "'
DeWitt and runnerup Tyffany Grif- ladl.ldual,1......I.no. IS) undo H.ath.r DoWltt W"15,2N." (CHS 5t))TyNany 11141.SHE CI' just as they do against other clubs day night. Oct. 13, and GHS Monday ,Suwannee ;&"' PBradford
fis, who were 1.2 all the way' Also for Iii '.,,00.,.)ram H..ln.11:41' .Dal ii.._ hltl.9,2', "We'll be keying on the formation" night Oct 19. The Macclenny match 11a,3 -! I t
Bradford Karen Chitty was 9th and .1' IOnn/l./ .,ie. 19:17.9S' )Carol 'u./I/ 2.34"y. he said before practice Monday. "By starts at 7:00: with aU the others tipping Live Oak..Suwannee. Showed: '

Carol Fussell 11th to further "bump"the ,.... O..ul' 1)) L..go 21. 21( T..... the end of this week the kids should off at 6:00.Bradford: special. nothi(
opposition back with both Baker : Chamh.rl.in.. ". 3))S..hhoia ID,.4)) .ro. ...III.H.rn.ro know what to look for out of each for- .they were just ry'thmicaconsistent.
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and Santa Fe having just four girls /,, d. 111. 5))Win'.'Heron !69.-/)"D'OIlO 171.Indlnldual .. mation..Of course we'll be preaching .16715 But that was enough
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finish and wlnn.r: Jo'.'H.oth..lr H..ondo,12.. Gainesville II' After falling well} behind in the
( tailback U"
registering 110 team SCQl'e ....r' ..,.. all week but the fullback Is ]
.HI p1. 71)) .h..d W..n opening the
.. 1..0. 54)) Curti.Jan. game Lady--Tornadoei.
Seventh-grader Annette Lee of the ..i7a.97))K..y O.WI" ,..21. 127))Iddl.'....., usually the key. Where the fullback Both games were 'close but the came awake to knot the ;
Roadrunners was fifth overall In the 14/1. 121' C.I.ln "'...... I..... 129)) W.d. Wid.n.r goes Delgado usually follows." Bradford girls did close GHS out hi Lorraine coont 12aH'behipd
race as a non-scoring runner, with a 20.10. Hurse again noted that BHS must two games Monday night, .J. Bradford's Basswhoserved, Srof
first
14:08: clocking tt have to poil'l(5,1' Bul' Live
more consistency on offense Lorraine Bass dished up 13'gfythe' (
The boys race was much closer with .n. '..., Oak scored t the las threeto t ; winlgrl :'I y
Bradford actually leading through the
first mile and Santa Fe leading the Freshman Leader '

Tornadoes by a slim 29-30 margin at Linda OI'Witt.: .. Teachers let your students tour the newspaper. You are 'always welcome. '

the tw&-mile point. But despite a .t UI'l'd the 2.miie JUIS layout in ",.:at" '
record-setting individual victory by 12:27 tn win'ruevday's race and lead
BHS junior Richard Warren ((15:47) the ''Ins girls to It perfect score or 15.
and a second by freshman Paul

McKinney ((16:30) the Raiders depth minuteS, a first for BHS this season. .
overcame the Injury-weakent"d Tornadoes Warren .
set new team and course' To4EII1Er _
by a 29-40 count with Baker records for the a-mile layout at BMS
third with 54 points. EddIe T4'rmant and McKinney a freshman, chopped .
was the third Tornado In with a 10th his time way down.

((18:55) with Calvin Thomas JJth: and The BHS cross country squads go to ill. f .
Wade Widener 14th. the Lee Invitational in Jacksonville! .loo
"The difference for the boys Is going Saturday before returning for another Ir
to be staying healthy In the top home tri-meet involving Palatka and J 1'1 It .
five," BHS Coach George Loper said, Clay Tuesday, Oct. 13. Q
referring to the absence of Victor Lcari"iing / ; '

Letts and Kenny DeWitt, both top- sus 1\1,1. U.......no......'co... I.P.M..r.n 'n '
fivers who missed the meet Tuesday ( SHt'u......,.2"I..) :
due to Injury ''Ind''dual"' I) Lindo D.W'' (VHS) 12'27. 2)) IyIf.np .
He praised the girls unit, pointing Glff'. VHS) 17:17.3)) L_.... Smith,.H5)) 11'.1.11),..... TE8CI1i
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out that the top 7 all surpassed the
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goats, he had set for the meet Th"m"... ((5") 11:59)) ..... CDNq" (.HI' Self 10' .
The top 4 girls were in under 14, DINllntoa. (U.) 11.23. 11)) C.... 'uu"'l (VIM) 11A7.


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1)) Anyone! except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3) In cas.of tie* we will us. the total points scored''} Bob Milner of Starke was not about his win in the Football ,

immediate families are welcome. .nt.r, but in the Bradford County High School game, each;,, the top football selector last Contest but aboutFlorida
there Is a limit of one entry per person .ach week. week (except, the Tornado. open. week) at a tl.'' week hitting 15 of the 22 State's upset victory a
selections the Ohio State. "How 'bout
on nose and over
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breaker. Please fill In the points you think will bej" beating out Willie Brown of my'Notes" the FSU alumni F
2)) The entry must b. on an official blank from the scored by the Tornadoes and their opponent eom-3 Lawtey on the tiebreaker boasted. ??gf rw
TELEGRAPH and must b. dropp.d off at the blned In th.ti.br.ak.rblank., For Instance. the?> Brown also missed just 7 That game gave most of
of the 22 games (including 2 our pigskin pickers trouble
Telegraph I office before 4 p.m..ach Friday after score 1 In one of BHS games last year was Mac" tie games that just about along with Yale's victory

t noon., Fill In call the Blanks with .Ith.r the name clenny 17, Tornadoes 15., the correct total .c r./,. everybody? missed) but over Navy, and the ties between "
of the t.am you think will win or "tie" If you think was 32 points,1. didn't fill in a tiebreaker Oklahoma and Iowa
k. .. b.-r! score while Milner wasn't State and the New York Holt. :.Milnrr
the game will end I no tl,.. The person who I \ * the most games right will win the top prize. 4)) All decisions of the judges or. final. r:,. of 34 points with a 41.point

'::.r.:" estimation Milner seemed Get Your I In N 01/11-
happiest Entry / .
LIMIT: One Entry Per Person I No Purchase necessary I

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Powell's IT'S 'IHCUfDIBLtlWC '
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1212 N. Ave. Starke Fla. 'RE PEOPIE'IN TOUCH.
Temple 964-6557 ;
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loss is a loss Is a loss but Bradford best defensive game, tackle Billy
High's Tornadoes showed some en Shannon, an offensive player pressed :
couraging signs in a 19-0 setback into defensive service, and Mark __
against unbeaten Alachua Santa Fe Crews a linebacker who also startedat
on the road last week a defeat that guard on offense for the first time
was closer than the score indicates. the Tornadoes held the Raiders in.
Save for a highly questionable call check for the most part. ,, p r
Idle in the game and a Raider TO that "We got after 'em pretty good," c r ,
came after BUS took the inevitable Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton 4
gamble on a fourth down from its 14 said %
with 3'a': minutes to go the ballgame Drawing good reviews from the
might have been a 13.7 affair. Maybeeven defensive boss were two-way starter
14-13 Bradford's way. Billy Shannon in his first complete r
The controversial call put an abrupt game with the stoppers, Kenny
halt to Bradford's only golden oppur- Wright who shifted from noseguardto we )
tunity to score all night. Down 13-0 tackle,sophomore Melvin Bandies
with 10:50 to play the Tornadoes got who was thrust into the noseguardslot q. 4c s} ,(r 'd M.ru"1
their big break when Santa Fe sailed and played most of the ballgame, a
a punt-snap high over the kicker's and end Barry Reddish who Sexton f
head with Tornado senior Charley said continues to be "steady as the y +y { y r. j d
Brown falling on the ball at the Devil." cl
Raider heven. After an Emmitt Santa Fe picked o'n the young Laneat
\\'lIlklns run was stopped at the line of corner for a 39-bomb from Ham to
scrimmage the Tornadoes tried a AI Campbell with 2:19: to go in the first
rollout pass to guard-turned-fullback half. That score made it 13-0 at inter
Handy Luke. Luke got his hands on mission.
the ball but it appeared he never had Offensively BITS had just a few
control as a Raider cornerback crack highlights as it shifted to a grinditout -
ed him from behind. But the official power-I setup with Emmitt ._ ..
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Watkins continuing his ballcarryingrole TVi.rur T i Tri\ i "r -
called from behind the play that Luke
had indeed had possession ruling the from the tailback slot and starling
ball a fumble recovered by Santa Fe. linebacker Don Green and Luke Pop Warner'Pandemonium..
Up in smoke went the Tornadoes moving over to provide some blocking '
chance to get back in the ballgame. help. With the extra blocking help It was whooping and hollerln' lime Saturday afternoon when the Bradford halfback pass from Harold Chandler to Eugene Blye who dove for the u inn-
Santa Fe drove out tot\\> 45 before Watkins totaled 67 yards on 20 carries Cowboy Jr. Pee Wee Pop Warner team scored with 3 seconds left to edge log reception. Those rejoicing are, from left to right coaches Ron Hildreth.
pinning BHS back to its 26 with a punt -- his biggest output of the season Green Cove 18-13 In Starke. Quinton Ford. Willie Stroud. and Raymond Austin; players Pedro Carter (51)
coming with just 6:12:: left. The Tornadoes and Lane got some holes to run The Cowboy sideline got a bjg bang out of the winning scorean eight yard and Larry Griffin ((3D. and a spectator. Scott Johns (in cowboy hat).
picked: up one first down as through and responded with 29 yards
quarterback John Thompson threw 6 including spurts of 15 and 9 yards in
yards to Clayton Norman and 5 yardsto the third period -- but BHS still had Seconds Left. And Jr. Pee Wees Score GameWinnerIn
Jeff Belcher but a Walkins run and just 155 yards total offense and was ...
two passes went for no gain.On fourth again plagued by turnovers- 5 in all.
and-10 from its :'Hi with 3:30: left the "We had some breakdowns on the a game that will be hard to
Tornadoes tried lo keep the \drive line in the first half but we got that match for excitement the Cowboy Jr. Games this Week on the game's first offensive play. clock out. Bradford getting the ball
alive but Thompson was sacked back straightened out and they did a real Pee Wees scored with 3 seconds left all out of town) Then, after Irvin Blye recovered a back on the Dolphin 15 with 30 secondson
In his :)0.) good job in the second half," front on an eight-yard halfback pass from Jr. Pee Wees at Callahan (2 p.m.) Dolphin fumble, Quinton Ford found the clock. An eight yard run by
Two passes by Kaider quarterback coach Carlton Faulk said. Hurse Harold Chandler to a diving Eugene Pee Wees vs. Union Co at OPk ((2 the endzone on a scoring run to make Chandler set up his perfectly-
it 12-0
Tracy Ham moved the ball 28 yards to noted that it was gaping holes that Blye and the Green Cove p.m.) Bradford at the half. executed TD pass with Blye's diving
the2 and fire hj clrdiit lullbiick Jimmy allowed Lane and Watkins to'scoot for Dolphins whip last. Satur- Jr. Midgets vs. Green, Cove at KH ((4 The visitors came back in the second snag the highlight. ,
Preston| rammed in at (he 2:30: mark big gains in a third period drive that p.m.) half with two touchdowns and a Irvin Blye led the Cowboy defense
lo nuke the final spread 19-zip and was the Tornadoes best of the night. day.The win kept the local Jr,Pee Wees Midgets at OPk. I ((4 p.m.) one point conversion that'put them with 10 tackles while Raymond
keep Bradford winless in '81 Faulk said Chuck Williams "did a atop the National division with a 2-1 ahead 13-12 with 4 minutes I left in the Austin, Troy''' Aron. Derek Dene,

The Raiders pushed 76 yards for real good job" in winning the offensive mark while keeping Green Cove ford. Chandler who totaled game.A 28 Chandler. Mike Jackson Kelsey
their initial score, taking II plays lineman of the week award winless at 03. a whopp- yard Cowboy drive was haltedat Thomas.r-Larry Griffin and Pedro
with all but ing 229 yards rushing in the game the Green Cove 22 with 57 seconds Carter also contributed
18 of the 3.4
yards coming via Early on the game was all Brad- busted off stops
tackle
for a 73 TD left but Green Cove
(the yard run couldn't run the apiece.
ground. After that real estate was ',..H..I 0 o. ss.
tougher to grab against a Tornado ...... a 13 0 IfV
U defense that utilized two first-lime -.'..'0. 12,4. ,..(C.mpk.ll. ..tick)
VC........ J*y4.pit Iran M.m(C..II kick)
starting sophomores u cornerback V' .......I yd. twn(kick tailed) .
Eric Lane and no&eguard Melvin
handles" lo offset the loss of tackles radioed tmiam t.
Dale Huchanon and Kenny Bright and U lint tomtit IIJi107

defensive back Darryl I Thornton to injuries ( ) futlwiydl.4C14) ..ck....d... 2Iln 22 .
Led by Kenny Wright. who t-ll-1 u vl',.rt..lMn '.1'.'
played linebacker and tackle rather ,....p.1.0 1114M Tax lree
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tailback-safety Emmitt t I PLUS the

Watkins has played a big role for the
Tornadoes I in the first three
ballgames of the year -- playing virtually -
all the way. He did that yeoman
work again in last week's loss at Santo strength
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Out of the BUS I-formation Watkinswas 4
most of the Tornado offense -
totaling 67 yards in 20 carries-and he
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well -- contributing 5 solo tackles and D
playing"good steady defense" accor- .
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Changes Made in JV Grid SlatePlease Bank

note that two changes have been made in Bradford High's junior varsity .,
football schedule: The home game with Palatka originally scheduled for
Thursday Oct. 15. will be played Wednesday night, Oct. 14, since the Tornado ,.
varsity plays! at GIIS on the 15th. Also, the home game against Santa Fe will be

a Tornado Wednesday Athletic evening Director contest David on Oct.Hursc 21. knows he'll gel heat from area churches Everyone wants your money! Brokers Money market funds are not insured by

about the two Wednesday night games but he said nothing could be done and Savings and Loans.. .but in these the federal government.
about the changes. Conflicts made no other avenue availdble. uncertain tames you can't be too careful.
Both games will kickolf at 7:00: ) Roll
over month CD
At Florida Bank, we feel great about our your penalty tree "

All Savers Certificate.With minimum You can redeem" your Florida Bank j

3 Close Sunday Games Played investment pi .as little as $500. you get: Money Market Certificate now, partially
wholly and purchase a tax-free All Savers

Highest yields: No Savings'and Loan.Certi1iccxte: without the usual penalty for'

In Men's Flag Football LeagueIn credit union or., bank can pay you more.early. withdrawal .
And more importantly investment
your
Men and two:tot close!( Quick ballgames Stop of Starke the !Music survived man's 63 wins yard were darling not reported.A TO Up to $2.000taxee income on a joint is backed by the strength, assets and' .

challenges by visiting teams William Muse and a late goal-line run by return. You can buy now then renew:before stability of a great statewide bank'that has
from Macclenny Sunday afternoon in stand was the difference in the Quick December 31 1982 and add two been
Starke and (the two co-leaders( openeda Slop victory. Muse's sideline years serving Florida for nearly a century.,. +t.;,
12: game cushion on the rest of the u pass made it :24-l! Quick scamperon Stop interest toward your tax-free: total.Insured Check the chart below to' see just how":

league. alter thl'Streaks had led virtually the high taxable
your equivalent yield
can be. '
The Music! Men turned back the entire .
Gators with a late score while Quick :Minute game.later liill Kalliff baited savings up to $100,000.? There is Stop? in and ask us about the All Savers ', ;, ;y
Slop also came from behind to hand no safer investment. '! .. .
the Streaks of Macclenny their second away and fourth-and-goal pass in the savings are Certificate. Now you can get tax-free ,"., f.i, "

loss. Also Norman's Farm of Starke end/one Early scores preserve for the the winners victory.came guaranteed up to $100,000 by the FDIC.. income plus the strength of Florida Bank.

won yet another) close one over the when Biggs intercepted Streak pitchout :' '.,!" ,
Outfitters National Guard team for and carried it all the in and l': :
way Better than
its first win of the year. t then on TO losses from Jackson a money market fund .
Details on the Music Men and Nor- Prevail In Ronnie Thomas and !Muse.

U you Make. : lour'nD BraCket"Probably' <. Is: The 1axable Equivalent Yield. tor These Rates: : .

"OLE FASHUN" 12% 12.5% 13% '

j Protracted $50,000 .".i 50% 24% 256' 26% '

REVIVAL $35OOO .. .I' 40%..' 20%' '
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Health fair was held Saturday (Oct. _
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work' done
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parade the carnival downtown itself.and culminating at Complete line of Where Your USDA Food Stamps Buy More
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public with the" services available at Welding I sandwiches & salads Mon., Tues., Wed. 7 am (5( pm
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hamstrings-determined their'blood
type or.learned. cancer warning 1!and Blue Print Capabilities
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kllzabetK terry" Mrs Earl Troxell left Saturday for 1 J'Y' (Y

phone:782-XtOO. : a visit with her son-in-law and 1 f
\ I' daughter Mn, and Mrs. Craig Carroll
Church AclivltleaMorgan and family of Boca Raton sh wlllb! ,
Head Baptist Church: I gone some time. /4 "it
observed Home Coming on Oct. 3 Miss Elizabth Terry was a Sunday .
A ith dinner on the ground and singing dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ';:
m I he afternoon. Smith and Foster children, Vince and -. -
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Personal, : Holly $tills and their friends '' "
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!Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of Mrs B.L. Wilkison Sr, returned ;;' I .
tier sister Mrs C.E. Strickland, of home from her visit with her son and 1"'\.'. :: ,
Gainesville. Monday until Wednesday daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Hubert ,'t:;, r :
Mrs.; J.L. Kirkland was their Wilkison and family, of Live Oak. on ....,
Monday dinner guest Mrs. Stricklandand Friday afternoon.
Miss Terry attended services and The ladies of the First Baptist
dinner at the Church on Tuesday. Church of Lawtey gave our pastor'swife
Rev Henry Apello was the speaker Mrs. David Brown, a surpise!'!
He is a teacher for the Jewish Birthday Party after church on Sun- .. ..
students at the University of Floridain day Night Oct. 4 in the Fellowship
Gainesville.Mr. Hall. She received several gifts and .
: and Mrs. Ed Cochran of Largo cards and some money. Cake ,;- 1
spent the weekend with their friendsMr cookies pie, punch and other items \
: and Mrs D.O. Brown and were served for refreshments.
daughter Shawna. Mr Ward Landis returned home -
Kindle and Christina Mobley, of from Shands Hospital Gainesville on --- --.:. '. *; ilUAA : rrq
Baldwin, spent the weekend with Thursday after spending several days lJj rT 1r R d
their Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. there.
Frank Camp and Bryan. Greg and Julie Padgett and
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- daughter Raye enjoyed a nice vaca-
I hurine Blanchard visited her sister tion at Disneyworld and Sea World
:Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs Sept. 2124. Their daughter Brandin, ,
Tltelma Wilson at the Baker Nursing stayed with her papa and Vinnie ',., ,
(tome Macclenny! both of them Harley (Johnny and Betty Hazen of ',& "
A ere sick with the cold. Deer Springs, Lake., Keystone : "
Mrs. Pauline DeVore and her sister .
Heights. during that time.) '" .
Mrs Ola Starling were guests of Vernon Teston of Little Rock 'J -.' '. ,; .
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their nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston on) his :'jf., "
Burch Miller and daughter Marilyn way to Ft. Lauderdale where he will The Prone Position's a Good One:.. '
of Sanford on Tuesday and Wednesday attend school for 4 weeks. Mrs.Teston ...said hunter education course teacher Wayne Mclntlre. Here he demonstrate that shooting technique for his sliulrnlH.:
will fly down and come by Lawtey on '. IT '.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and her way home from Ft. Lauderdale r

daughter the Chris Farmers attended Market a Carnivalnear which A On Devoted
Bradford County Hospital put on Day the,Shooting Range... to Safety
Saturday night. Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Girl Scout
daughter Chris helped with the sere
ing. Newsby The year's first of the Hunter Safety Education courses offered through aid wildlife laws care ot game in the field, and wildlifeidentification.. Also
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hardee visited Community Education in Starke was completed last Saturday with a morning brochures were passed out Saturday covering such details as hunt log regulations
their brother-in-law and sister. Mr. at the prison system gun range'in L ,wlgy. tracking animals and poisonous snakes.
and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Callahan Carolyn Eaves : "I don't know why we don't have more interest initstlclntiresaid'WhenPo : 1
mi Saturday. We are happy to report Students were told about different shooting -- prone standing and the people take the class they like it. .
lh.it she is improving some phone 961-5812 sittingby instl'llctorWayne Mclnt ire:and then shot 25 rounds apiece! at the A new class was to start Tuesdaynight. Oct. 4. and Mci nice: said the program
Cynthia Brown went Camping with targets.Afterwards it was graduation time with 19 pupils graduating from the will continue "AS long as we have enough peoplesign up for each class."
I lie iirl Scouts: near Green Cove Springs Bradford Neighborhood Girl Scouts safety course and those in attendance receiving certificates.The The course is also offered in Keystone Heights.
Friday. They will come home had a new experience over the past For information call David Smith at Community Education.:
more
Sunday afternoon.Mrs weekend when they camped out for Hunter Education course sponsored by Florida's Game 'and Fresh
Dave Kelly and children of the first time at Camp Chowenwaw in Water Fish Commission, is designed to teach firearm safety and good sportsmanship Graduating Saturday Were: Jeffrey Powell., Kdward Powell Jerome and
Jacksonville, spent the weekend with Green Cove Springs.Approximately in the outdoors and to make hunting in the state not only safer but a Shana Johns John and Jason Wayne Horsey. Carl Musi :Mark and AndrewStrickland. '
her parents Mr. and Mrs. George 160 scouts (small, more pleasant productive and enjoyable activity. Wesley Civil. Michael Alvarez Curtis i Edwards: ; Allen Tarleton.. .
I Kelly medium and large) descended on the Included in the courses topics are history on firearms and hunting, t gun Becky Tarleton. l..onnieIJrHlmeIl'I'I'ill: \\ lliilmtl.llm.t''lliIIl'I1I'ntlul I / I -\ ..
!Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa spent a camp Friday afternoon taking a nose handling marksmanship an introduction to bowhunting. survival! and first Akridge. and Marcus Henry

\('l'k v ith her sister Mrs. Fred Moore units.bag supper Brownies and began settling the in Health their _____ _. JO ._.-..... -__.__..________ ._. .- -
alter their trip to see their brother stayed at
.ind sister-in-law Rev. and Mrs Lodge or in a unit with their sister
George Boyer. of Augusta. Ga., She troops. After exploring the camp the ,. ., a., 'Y Ya ( ?a ...
returned home on Monday Sept. 28. scouts meet at Big Cabin for presen- .j { FD Ni.r
.Mr Jet Davis Mr. and Mrs. Veall tations by several scouts who have
';elez!: and daughter Cynthia and her recently attended opportunities. Then
grandson; Michael Deserz:, of Virginia everyone gathered around the camp-
Reach, arrived Saturday and will bew fire and sang songs until bed time.
ilh his nieces Mrs. Myra Raruse and Ah yes, bedtime... another story.
Mrs: Joe Harley for a while. There were girls voices throughoutthe
Mrs Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy woods all night long. Mainly com .
Itoch. and Miss Lynn Whaley went to ing from the Treehouse units where ;.. .... !== i $
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: real grandson Daniel Griffis and Saturday after the flag ceremony
:Mrs Maines Griffis' grandson. onFriday everyone had to hunt for their jungle
/ breakfast.. Seniors and Cadettes had .
Henry Hodges and Mark? :'attedded'the strung bananas. cereal 'sweet rolls
Stick car: races at Lake City on ._tic! milk in the treesTandbushesThemorning '' ? r" t
Saturday night.'J '1--1,' was spent U a "D lsy'-Widt! '"

:Mrs Charles Carter gave a surprise game with crafts songs and makeup..
birthday parly on Saturday Lunch was hot dogs, etc. in Big Cabin
night for her husband Mr. Charles with a Skills-Wide game following, In-
carter He received some gifts. Real- cluding knives fires, knots tents and
l> "ii was a get together, there were 30 bedrolls. During free time everyone '
present Mrs. Carter served all of enjoyed swimming or explored more Y.r twal, rioj ;r
'hem a lull supper. trails.
Mrs Laura Cavalier and her friend The evening flag ceremony was
.Judy of Fort Lauderdale spent the followed by a spaghetti supper and
\eekend with her cousins Mrs. and skits about Juliette Low in Big Cabin.
:\11'IISl'ar Carter. They were on Sunday after breakfast everyone
I their way to Chicago, III. attended t the Scout's 'Own before r-.i.ilraith

:Mr and Mrs. llermie Kelly and clearing the area and heading for ,irP+.,,' i .
Mrs Jack Ksles; were vacationing the home.
week ol Sept. 26 in Greenville, S.C. We consider the weekend a huge "Now Keep That Barrell Still./* 'Checking Out the Markmanshin.: ... .-

and Kingsport, Tenn., where they success and really apreciate Young : Henry, the youngest! uludept In the hunter' education clash ...Shoutersrherk'itieir f;
"1 isited l some of Mrs. Estes relatives everyone's cooperation and help. The Marcus ( u-liist' TH' miYiiii nilirw( i17): igi ai s l'hey
in her old home town, from there to meals were prepared by Mary Sutton that Mclnlire.j just' led, gets a lesson' on 22-calibrr: Kiinmunsliip from officer were told Hint to! cluster their! shuts\ is tinriiiiar! | > aim; ,,of| .WI'\.u.'I\ | > In
;linliurg., T.'nn.Iaggie! Valley and of Middle-burg but it took everyone to nail tuillsoyes hefiinst' the gins in-sights I cuiilil In- a hair off. -' .'::s'Can

Highland!\ N.C. Clayton and McKae.a. make it a smooth camping ex r
'. .. then home. perience. Thanks!!! By theweather ,
:Melvin Futch was a dinner guest of was great which help v---- :. ; ",1-
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\'orman: on Friday. Oct. 2, He returned ..' 'f 'i
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Olympic gold medals aren'tall .
Miss: Christie: Starling of Graham.
gold. ,.
vas a I weekend guest of Miss holly' silver coated They're with tin mostly ;iyou' -name three events won by moving backwardly; ,,TfJlI'<. tare I .
St t ills. Robert Aokers, of Starke was a of fine gold, and thay'r gram bowing tug of war and the backstroke in .wf rnot.ng"j'. ''ft
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home of their Foster Parents Mr. and $110. ., .f D '
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.IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT ,,'i 14 WIN and BEATRICE R. not Ing. ContInue INO LIMITED d/b/a THEMONEYV
EIGHTHJUOICIAI 1 cm-$ ,,. I KEVANIE CpltPORA- I,", ,'GOD'WIN'/, / ,r M and Urban Development hundred'' percent of: the I v>" 7"minuteWesr, ; ''r7S '. >. SAVERS, ,, served with process of office
''CUlT OF, FLORIDA'' 'IN',. : ,TIO"4 cj/b/o :: : .,wf.LARRY! C'GREEri.. and hall be referred to Contract amount; Ond -''"feef !to pain thence undor whIch ; 1phe within the Slot of building In the RM-1

(AND FOR 'BRADFORD." 'AU",fl. COLLINS} COVU, |t..AND m.l, GREEP.I, his, a.. HUO Project 'No.. .shall file|| certificates with North' t9*. -4O rnlAuN* undersigned( 'I* engaged' Florida. Zoning District on that

COUNTY, ( f' .;AN'(. I <( J' ,wife.Address unknown ,B81-DN-I203I6. the. owner thai he has > .Calf 60.69 fet Thenc: ', In business In the City of 2. This order be parcel of land described.
CIVIL ACTION > .PlaIntiff' YOU ARE HEREBY Bidder* must Comply obtained and will continue Northeasterly on the arc Stark.. published In a as follow: block 2, 3,

Cose No. 1-2O4. ,,, I I 11 vi ;i. NOTIFIED that an' action with the) President's Executive to carry Workmen' at'0 curve 36.H feet too The parties''Interested newspaper of general and 4 Knight Subdivision .
FLORIDA BANK AT DEWE'Y G. OLIVER AND to foreclose 0 Mortgao Order Mas. 11246 Compensation Insurance paint thence 'North ,0. In the above-named circulation In Bradford (East Andrew St),

ftTARKE q banking corporation KAtHERINE L. OLIVER, the following property In and I 11364 which prohibit Owner's Protection 47 ,,,,inute,, ,East 84.99; business are SOUTHERN County, Florida; not less the propecty of O.K. Ely
,. ,. his' wife.; MID-FLORIDA Bradford CO"".', discrimination In Insurance Public feet thence South. 89. CALIFORNIA FUNDING than once each week for Each and every person

Plaintiff. ., 'PRODUCTION CREDIT Florida1\ { 1 I I. employment regardingrace 'and Private Liability and 40 minutes. ,West 89,5! INC.. General Partner: six consecutive week having an Interest
V. : .ASSOCIATION. LOUIS A parcel; of 'land creed, color sex or Property Damage In. feet Thenc! North OV47: GENSTAR PACIFIC prior to the return dot whatever In the special

ROBERT .HUGH EDEN1- CARSTENSEN. and 'all ,, > 'situated. In'Knight Sub- national origin p.r uranc In adequate 'minutes East 15 feet. FINANCIAL CORP.. herelnabove designated. ,exception should appear
FIELD and' EFFIE' unknown parties having dlvllon'ras' per plat Federal requirement amount and for the life thence South 89, 40 Limited Partner. DONE AND ORDEREDat and be heard at the time

BEATRICE EDENFIELD. hi. or claiming' to have any thereof recorded In- Plot Bidders must comply of the Contract. minute West, 2.41 feet Dated at Montval, Jacksonville Florida and place described.
wit.. right title or interest In Book 2. Page 21 of the with the Title VI of the The Contractor shall to a point of beginning.' New Jersey this 5th day this 25th day of 'George W. Roberts,

DefendantNOTICE the property described in. public record of Brad- Civil Right Act of 1964. begin work within ten All lying I In Section 22, of August 19BI.SOUTHERN September 1981. Chairman, BoadOf
OF SUIT. the Complaint to lord County, Florida the David-Bacon Act. day after the dote of Township 6 South. Rang I CALIFORNIA Susan H. Black Adjustment!

PROPERTY foreclose mortgage. aid parcel being mar and the Antl-Klckbock written notice from the 22 East Bradford Coun FUNDING. INC.. a* UNITED STATES DISTRICT A.I. Crosby Jr.,
TO Robert Ed.n. Defendants. Act and the Contract Owner to begin work. General Secretary
: Hugh particularly descrIbed as ty. Florida Partner5/ by JUDGE
field and Effi. Beatrice NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Work Hour Standard The time of completionshall William 11/12 1 tchg 10/08
follow: Begin at the SW at public outcry to the F. Dacey Presi 10/08 6tcha _
Edenfield, 1350 S. Tread- : LOUIS corner of Lot 9 Black 23 Act. be 180 calendar highest and best bidder dent. PUBLIC NOTICEAN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
way. No. 37. Abilene, CARSTENSEN. whose last of Knight Subdivisionand This project I I. subjectto days after the expiration for cash at the hour of 9/24 4tchg 10/15. ORDINANCE AMENDING FOR BRADFORD COUNTY -
T. 79602 known address was P.O. I815'I2" ,...> requirement of dote of the aforemen'tioned
North
xs. run 12:00: o'clock Noon FLORIDA
Box 499 Branson Florida Section 3 of th. Housingand notice. on UNITED STATES DISTRICT THE COMPREHENSIVE
ten day
YOU ARE HEREBY
East the
along Westerly October 27, 1981 at the LAND USE PLAN CIVIL ACTION
NOTIFIED that an actidh, 32621 and whose present line of said Block 23 and Urban DevelopmentAct Bradford County Courthouse COURT. MIDDLE CASE NO. 81-345
to Mortgage Foreclosure address I I. the Westerly line of of 1968. as amended The work will be performed DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE ELEMENT AND MAP OF
at Stark. YVONNE JESSIE
unknown who I I. not 12 U.S.C. liDs,, which require DIVI. THE CITY OF STARKE
the following property In Block 16 of void KnIght'sSubdIvisIon on property owned Florida dated Septemer THOMAS and '
Bradford known to .be dead or 355.27 that opportunitiesfor by the City of Slarke.or SION. FLORIDA. in accordancewith
County feet 16 1981.George. .
RALPH THOMAS. plaintiffs
the local Government
olive married divorced training and employment obtained CASE NO BI.958.CI".J.B
Florida on asment
: thence run South R.:' .G'o.... ,
single' or remarried and be given lower Income the of Starke. Comprehensive
Th. N 1/2 of the follow. 7l44'48"East 130.0Ofeet by City United Stoles Marshal.
his respective unknown residents of the Plan: Specifications UNITED STATES OF Planning Act of 1975 as v*
ing described property: la the Westerly right of Middle District of MELVIN LYELL
A parcel of land containing spouses heir, devisees. way line of the Seaboard project area that are and other Contract Florida. AMERICA. Plaintiff provided or In Chapter LORETTA LYELL hi. wife on4
grantees, assign, qualified to the task required I Documents file vs 163 of the Florida
are on
1.0 acres. more of Coastline Railroad. Robert S. Yerkes.
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and GEORGE W.
MOVE
llenor creditor, for this project. and be xamlnd NORMAN C. DAGUE and Statute and Chapter 25
'less, and lying In th. NW thence ., run South18M5'12" may 0'tho Assistant United StatesAttorney
and ELSIE T.
trustee. other The JACQUELINE N. DAGUE Code of ordinance, City .MOVE
14 of NE 1/4 of Section or West along requirement are office of the Cir) for
27. Towmhip 6 South. claimant by. through sold Westerly right of staled In the informationfor Clerk Starke, Florida Plaintiff. ,. Attorney hi. wife; et ol., defendant of Stark. Florida.TO defendant.

Rang. 22 East Bradford under or against said way line 314.91 feat to Bidders section of the and at the office of Be- 9/24 4tchg 10/15. *. : All Citizen Taxpayer NOTICE OF SALE
County, Florida said Defendant and all. the Southeast corner of specification sent. Hammock t *, and other Interested NOTICE I I. hereby
unknown parties havingor Bidder must certify ORDER OF SERVICE BY person given that pursuant to
parcel being more particularly aid Block 23: thence run Ruckman. Inc.. Consulting PUBLIC NOTICE ,
described as claiming to have any North 89W West along that they do not and will and Design The BRADFORD PUBLICATION You and each of you the Final Judgment

follows: right. till. or interest the South line of sold not maintain or providefor Engineers, 2000 Cor. COUNTY SCHOOL ThIs cause came to be are hereby and herewith entered in cause

Commence at the NW the property described In Block 23 a distance of their employees any porat. Square BOARD Stark. Florida' heard upon the verified given notice In accordance numbered 81-345 in the

corner of said NW 1/4 of the Complaint to 136.13 feel to the FOB. facilities that are Boulevard. Jacksonville, will hold a Public Hearing motion of Plaintiff for an with the Florida Circuit Court for Bradford

NE 1/4 and run North 89 Foreclose Mortgage. Sold parcel of land containing segregated all a basis of Floi'ldo 32216. Plans and on the following order for service by Statute, and City ordinance County Florida I
degrees 45'30" East YOU ARE HEREBY 1.00 acre more race. color creed or national Specifications may b* PROPOSED SCHOOL publication and it appearing ., City of Stark. will sell the property
along the Northerly notified that suit has or less, hot been filed origin per Federal' purchased from Bessent BOARD POLICIES that this action Florida that the City situated 'in Bradford

boundary thereof 57.0 been flied against you in against you and you are requirement Hammock 6 Ruckman AND/OR CHANGES In hOt been brought for the Commission of Starke, County. Florida' deicrib
the above-styled cause The Bid Proposal shall enforcement of a lien Florida has designatedthe ed a*:
feet thenc Southerly required to serve a copy Inc.. for the sum a present policies, on October
1 18.67 feet to a concrete and you are required to of your written defenses, be made In triplicate on $30.00. p.r set non 19, 1981. at 7 p.m.. against real propertysituated City of Stark Planning Beginning at the
monument located at th. file' your answer with the If any to It, on the plain. a Proposal form furnished refundable. In the School' Board within the Middle and Zoning Commis- Southwest corner of the
intersection of th. South Clerk of this Court and to tiff attorney whose by the Own.r. and CITY COUNCIL OF Room 'of the Bradford District of Florida and 'sion to conduct a public East half of the SW 1/4 of

and East right of way line serve a copy thereon name and address I I. submitted to the City ofStork. THE County School's Administration described as follow.: hearing at a regular SE 1/4. run East 248.6

of a county graded rood, upon JAMES N. DAVIS. George H. Pierce Esq.. .. Florida. in a sealed 1. CITY'OF STARKE. Offices, 582 A portion of the SE 1/4 meeting to be held at feet to the West boundary .

thence South 0 degrees ESQUIRE. 428 N. Peninsula P.O. Box 1030 Starke. envelope, marked FLORIDA N. Tempi Avenue, of SE 1/4 of Section 29. 7:30 p.m. in the City line of State Rood

08' West along said Drive, Daytona Florida 32091. Telephone "Proposal' far CDBG FY 9 .24: 4tchg 10/15 Starke. Fla: Township 6 South, Range Commission room City 13 (formerly). now 200
Easterly right of way Beach Florida. 32013. 964-5701. and file the 81 Program". :22 East in the City of Hall Starke, Florida on thence run Northerly

line 202.15 feet to the Attorney for Plaintiff original with the clerk of Proposals shall be NOTICE OF ACTION No. 4511.2 Deletionof Starke, Bradford County October 27 1981, and along State Rood rightofway .

point of beginning. From not later than November the above styled court on delivered to City Hall. BEFORE THE FLORIDA District Maternity Florida and being more make a recommendationto 650 feet, thencerun

point of beginning thus 3. 1981. If you fall to do or before October 2O Stark.. Florida 32091. BOARD OF NURSING.In leave Policy. particularly described as the City Commission,. West 354.3 feet

deicribed continue South so, a default may be 1981 otherwIse a judge either by a representative ran The 'license to No. 451 1.5. District Instructional follows: and the City Commission thence run South 80 feet
0 degrees 08' West along entered against you for ment may be entered of the Bidder who practice Nursing of: EmployeeSick For point of reference will consider on Tuesday thence run East 354.3

said Easterly right of way the relief demanded In against you for the relief hall obtain a receipt Danette' Wllklns. :2110 leave Policy ChangeNo. commence at the NW November 3. 1981at feet to Slot Rood right-

line. 218.0 feet thence the Complaint. This suit demanded in the complaint therefore, or by Ralford Rd.. Stork., 4513 District Un. corner of said SE 1/4 of the same sold place at of-way thence along
South 89 degrees 52' East I Is to foreclose a mor or petition./ registered mall with Florida. paid Leave for Child SE 1/4 and run thence 7 P.M. an Ordinance right-of-way North 80
200.0 feet tgage. The real property WITNESS hand and return South 87 feet being a trip 80 feet
to the Westerly my receipt re Case No.;:0016491. Rearing degrees 18 feet relating to:
right of way line of a proceeded against I I.: the teal 1 of this Court on quested.The The Department of No.5012 District East along the Northerly The retonlng of the wide off North side of

graded road thence Commencing at th. NE September 9, 1981. proposal shall be Professional Regulation Employment Policy boundary thereof a following/ described property aid above-described
North 0 degrees 08' East corner of NW 1/4 of NW Gilbert S. Brown accompanied by bid ho filed an administrative Change distance of 25.04 feet to and amending the property: situate In Section .
along th. said Westerly I. 4 and thence run We*: Clerk of Sold Court security In an amount complaint against No.3312District Non. the Easterly' boundary of Comprehensive Land 7, Township 7 South.

right of way line 218.0 293 1'3 yards for a starting .9/17 4tchg 10/8 not less than five percentof you a copy of which may Instructional EmployeeSick the right-of-way of Ep. Use Plan to provide that Rang. 22 East save and

feet thence North 89 point thence run the bid amount. Sold be obtained by contac Leave Policy Change person Street; run lands currently zoned excepting therefrom 301

degrees 52' West 200.0 South. 660 yards 'hence IN THE CIRCUIT COURT security shall be in the ting Assistant General' No.6220 District Procedure .' thence South 0 degrees RIA and designated by road right-of-way.

feet to the Point of run West 146 2/3 yard, EIGHTH JUDICIAL' CIR- form of a certified checkor Counsel William Furlow. For Exceptional 30 feet East along said the plan Single Family.

Beginning also described thence run North 660 CUIT OF FLORIDA IN cashiers check on a 130 N.. .Monro* St., Student Education Easterly boundary a very low density be at public sale, to the
as theN 1/2 of lot 4. yard thence run East AND FOR BRADFORD solvent notional or tote Tallahassee, Florida No. 81 00 District distance of 335 feet to rezoned B-2 and highest bidder for cash
Block I of Garden Acres, 146 23 yard to the COUNTY bank: or a Bid Bond In 32301. ((904) 4$ .2.. Policy on Nctn- point of beginning. From designated Community at the front door of the

an unrecorded plot place of beginning. Sec. CIVIL ACTIONIN th. form provided in the If no cafUact! I* mod DiscriminationNo. point of beginning thus Commercial; the property Bradford County Courthouse .'

Also: The adjacent Hon 1. Township 6 South RE: The Marriage of Contract Document .>c' by y6 ccMco'rnlPlll; theadmlnistrdttve 8200? District Pro- described continue South of William B. and Nor- In Stark.. Florida
Western .30. fees which. Range 20 East. ALSO: NtV4of MICHAEL STEVEN 'iswHusbandiIt4dn4P"Q jcutd by the Bidder and" 'i bo.lMrlOc "(eduFes' for jqncinCopies ) )! 0 degrees 30 feet Eo"-ti '" "> rno'D: Thompson.' 557 N. ': at, 'ci.m; on, the 22nd
.
d1olns ,... Sash end NE! IM except tha- NI quailUed ,'.... ,.. 1-0" .rl"j "II' ,j, of
Ion l ) In .t", _t: .... .ot _distance_ f_.75_ feet to. a Walnut Street Storke. day October. 198 If'!,
I of the above described portion tying'Nerttr'anolWest | to the of .....--
ffcoyoble City -wrierP. P
utThf! '
b.I rijCt ;:
of ilivil : ;;7' '" "j E:;mv w
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New River. Sec' ii
i' c'
property reserving unto VIRGINIA DIANE TEW ;. lork.FlorId. wjoprI.e.si fi.AAUfmet1p&rtb. ; J tiiJtrJ.. td
the general public the tlon 2. Township 6 South Wife. Resondent This Bid security shall 'of the above distance of 97.21! feet to Lots 4. 5. 6, and 7 of Ilk I By Beulart Moody

right of use to said 30 Rang. 20 East; contain. NOTICE OF SLUT NO serve a* a guaranteethat Board of furling In on Proposed Board Policies a point; run thence North in E.S. Matthews Add. A D.puty Clerk
feel' for ingress and ing in the aggregate 58 PROPERTYTO the Bidder will not Informal proceeding.9244tchg and/or changes in present 1 degree 10 feet West a JO/08 21chll1015SUWANNEE;

egress, acre WITNESS mar or les hand*. and : Virginia Diane ,_. withdraw from the competition '. / policies may be obtained distance of 75.01 feet to 50.Each and every person

my 544 Brace Ave., Perth alter the openIng from the a point; run thence South having an interest RIVER
has been filed, against seal of said Court atStark. Amboy N.J., 08861. of bid. and In the UNITED' STATES Superintendent's' Offices 89 degrees 30 feet Westa whatever In the enactment WATER MANAGEMENT.
.
you Robert Hugh Eden- Bradford County. YOU ARE HEREBY event the Contract I I. DISTRICT COURT. MIDDLE ot 582 North Temple ., distance, of 96.35 feet of this proposed
Florida the 24lh DISTRICTBIDS
:
field and Eilie Beatrice' day of awarded to the Bidder .
NOTIFIED that an action DISTRICT OF Avenue. Starke. Fla.' to point of beginning Ordinance should appear FOR
Sept.. 1981. "'
Edenf leld and you are required Gilbert for Dissolution of Marriage he will within ten ((10)) FLORIDA, JACKSONVILLE This is in compliancewith and be heard at the COMPREHENSIVEINSURANCE
A.
to serve a copy of Brown has been filed d CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT
your written defenses, If the Contract Agreementand Court No. 80-988-Clv- th. Defendants NormanC. .
against you and you are Chapter 73.310. as
COURTBy
.
any to it. on the plaintiff furnish the required J-WC. and Albert L. The SRWMD the/
Beulah required to serve a copy enacted by the 1974 Dague JacquelineN. Crosby Ji Invites /
s attorney whose Moody of your written defense, Performance Bond and UNITED STATES OF Florida legislature. Dague, his wife, can Planning Zoning submission of bids .forj

name and address Is 10; I 4tchg 1022IN Deputy Clerk if any to It. on the plain. Payment Bond, and Insurance AMERICA. laintiffr. vs.. Thomas L, Casey. Jr.. not be served within the OfficialCity workers' compensattcinpcomprehensive
George H. Pierce, P.O. tiff's attorney, whose 'failing which. BENNIE J. JONES. SR. Superintendent of State of Florida that it Is of Starke. Florida com' .t4
Box 1030. Stark. Florida name and address is the security shall and ELIZABETH V. Schools not practicable to serve I tchg 10/08 cial I; automobile; excat!

12091 and file the THE CIRCUIT COURT George Pierce, Esq., become" the property of' JONES his.wife, Del en. I0/O2tchg 10/15 them personally: and umbrella; public officlplp

original the above with the clerk of OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL P.O. Drawer 102O the City a. liquidated rants. ; iiNOTIGOF that they have not voluntarily PUBLIC NOTICE liability. Bids must b,jr,
styled' court on CIRCUIT Starke, Florida 32091 damage SALE Notice Under appeared herein: it NOTICE OF APPLICATION th. entire lnuran
IN AND FOR
or before November 2, BRADFORD ((904)) 964-5701 and file The Owner reserve <;, Notice Is hereby given Fictitious Name I I. therefore FOR SPECIAL EXCEPTION package as specified:
1 1981: otherwise a judge FLORIDA COUNTY the original' with the the right to require the 'that pursuant to a Final Statute ORDERED AS Sealed bid openingwlj

merit may be entered IN RE The clerk of the above courton successful Bidder to file Judgment entered on Notice Is hereby glvert FOLLOWSt Notice I I. hereby glverr. I be on November, 2.J90f.;
against you for the relief. RODERICK: Marriage of: or before October 20. proof of his ability, to September 10. 1981 by that the undersigned 1. The Defeandant that the Board of Adjustment 11 a.m. at the freart

demanded in the com.pla.nt HUNSINGER GEORGE 1981; otherwise a judge properly finance and,*....J the above entitled Court pursuant to the Norman C. Dague and City of Stark.. Fla., quarters of the SRW/VfVt/

WITNESS or petition. and Husband merit may be entered ecute the proiett.otogether : '\, In the above styled '"Fictitious Name Jacqueline N. Dague. his will conduct a hearing at For bid specification's,<*'tlor
hand and
the seal of said my Court JO ANNE MUSCAREllA against you for the relief with his record" cause, undersigned Statute," being Section wife, shall appear in this 7 p.m.. In the City Com write SRWMD. Jlt.t*t
anSeptember HUNSINGER. Wife, demanded In the complaint of successful completion i United Slate Marshal or 665.09, Florida Statutes, cause and plead to the mission room City Hall. Box 64.m Live Oak .t-rat\
Gilbert 29 1981.S. CASE NO. 81-420 or petition. of similar' project..,The. ( 'any of his duly outhorlijjs -' will register with the complaint filed' herein on Stark. Fla.. on Thurs 32060. ((904)) 362.IOOl'f. ,r,

ol Said BrownClerk Court NOTICE OF ACTIONTO WITNESS my hand and Owner reserves the rightto -'"J deputies!will sell the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn or before November 16. day. October IS. 1981 at Itch *10 08 fI'

JO the seal of said Court on waive Informalities Irs property situate In ..rodI and for Bradford 1981 ; or in default 5 p.m. to consider a reluest '
By Beulah MoodyAs MUSCARELLA: ANNE September 9.1991.Gilbet any bid and to reject any ford County Florida. County Florida upon thereof the Court ..hollproc..d for a Special Ex- fj.lmg... 711 Io;
Deputy Clerk HUNS. ___ ',r.o.; "
S. Brown. or all bid, or to readver- :described a*: receipt of proof of
In
10. -I chg 10 22 ._ Street INGER. 71 NW. 158th Clerk of said Court tI... Award will be mad. t :, lot 8., DENNY publication of this this cause to to ludgm.nt the extent

NOTICE OF INTENTION NOTICE Miami.IS Florida HEREBY 9/174 tchg 10/8 to, 'the lowest responsible, HEIGHTS. notice, the fictitiousname provided for by Section T-alph Bryan Real EstafA
Bidder The .
10 REGISTER FICTITIOUS GIVEN that Dissolutionof successfulBidder Commence at tha NW to-wit: 165S. Title 28. United
NAME Marriage a has been filed CDBG. FY 81 Program to whom the Contract corner of the SW'/4 of the AMERICAN FUND. States Code, as if said I '

Pursuant to Section and you or. requiredto City of Slarke has been awarded SW1of Section 22,. 211 S. TEMP1E AVE. T\31\
shall
Florida sign the Contract Township 6 --
South.
-
865.09. Florida Statutes serve a of Range .... ::
copy your I
notice is hereby given written Street' Drainageand Agreement Performance 22 East Bradford County US 301 ILlII
objections, if Bond and Payment Florldar and ERAFAULKNER
FRANCES that the M.undersigned VEST P.O. any.whose on address Evelyn' D. Sopp. Water Improvement Bond. and other required North 89 and; 40 minutes run I (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q).

Box 1986. Brooksville. RIVERS LEGAL Is THREE certificate in East 831.82 feet to a NEW LOCATION ...i.. WE NEED LISTINGS
Flo.. sole SERVICES. INVITATION textuplicate and ,..tunthe' point thence run South
33512. own.r.dOing INC..
309 N.E.
business under the Street First TO BIDDERS signed document 0'. 47 minures West. 25 REALTY 964-8788, ,ANYTIME

In in name of H of RIIlOCK. Florida 32601.Gainesville.who within ten ((10) days after feet to point af beglnn9645231 'M NDAY.FRIDAY.5 p.m. SATURDAY '. 12
964 N. Temple Petitioners is Notice i I. hereby given the date of their' receipt. and
attorney Evenings Sunday by appointment
on
Th. successful
Avenue.; Starke. Fla.. or before October that the City of Storke. Bidder A 96-4-5065 ra[
29 shall furnish Ralph P.
:J209I. intends to register 1981 and file the Florida will receive a separatePerformance Bryan, REAL TOR
said fictitious sealed bids In the Band and
name original with City'Council ,
the Clerk of r'f" 'OIJ
Payment Bond each of
under the aforesaid Chamber. City LAND
this Court
statute. service on either Petitioner's before Hall. Starke. Florida. which hall be an 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone Country Club lots-U.OOO to 10.000 REDUCED 3 cres

Dated this 25th day of Attorney or Immediately 32091. until 3 o'clock on OFFICI HOURS lust out of city $5,000, owner financed

Sept.. 1981 in Stark. thereafter; otherwise 'the/1981.ISih for day the of October. Monday Friday 9 S Saturday 9. 12 noon GOOD INVESTMENTI-SR: 130 $',,' acres loaded with|
Fla. a Default will be ..nl.r.dagan.t Construction pines could be, lot sub/divus' ln.nclne. 20 .
10 01 4tpd 10, 22 of the Streets, 122.500. V yeer.
for the relief
you .
Drainage and Water Improvements.
NOTICE OFINTENTION demanded In the Peti OWNER FINANCED. .LAWTlY A.IA-Approa. 2'1 .
.
Then all ec.s 15.000 *PP o.. 5.cr.
lion.WITNESS bid will be publicly .Completely remodeled 3 .. $9,000 owner financed.US '
TO REGISTER my Hand pnd SPPKIn bedroom 1 d beth ho_. .
opened. read oloud and Q64-7T 101 to -Weoded J
FICTITIOUS Seal of the Court Vn the. ,,; ,.c ded. 393 N. Terrvl AvwioJKMUASI (I....,' for that newlywed to 20 acres. JJ.OOO per A.
NAME 24th day of s.p,.......,." '1'i I"' The above construction couple. .$2SOO.SAMPSON .SECLUDED-10 ""*. In .pluses M*'00 ', "% d<"""*. 20
.... oMl%:
1981. at Starke, Bradford ,
will be 1AKE. .W.
located in theNortheast t
Pursuant to Section County. Florida., area of the City *3 BR, fur''lsJ'"' hem, hove S different lot* feral HOMES

865.09. Florida Statutes. CLERK Gilbert OF THE S.CIRCUIT Brown of Stark. Florida. with -n reetel. .....,,.In.chided. .: Starting price.. Country privacy with city *.",..,|.B .,' U.U i......1.
notice if' hereby given COURT this project consists of .SU.tOO. wide. mobile home. 3 BR, 2 lI.thl. ...?., BWf/.Ir with,

that the undersigned. By Marion McRo. resurfacing and redit. *3 U. tiomwlth S estee. BROOKLYN LAKI. **. built In ." ".'"... specious' I 1/' acres with plenty
DORA WHITEHEAD.. ......lIful cl... .. shade trees-owner
J .0.4 Boil 299. Starke. Deputy Clerk clung one street opprox- .dfja of cHy Itrnrnj.ACRSAO crystal tlnanced--Brlc $24.000.
1 : Florida. sole owner doing 10 1 4tchg 10 22 niioi.lv 1510 feet IUngth i*/ .eke lot. $27.000. .3 */t. I beth black' with tmtfwt end screened porch
and the Installation .Acre' FOR DAD. .Thi 1bedroom CH/A.. ,erge e.t-In kItchen with .I."t" csblnet
business under th. **. cheese .. lce
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of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 7.075 l.F. of |Vt .bath ham location owner financed.. 131.000.
.rmVnome/ ofINSURANCE need wftksnesM
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I IJ ti.. inch fire W-
MJK"1U I9A&! 'QJ. main in- ,. comes with F
i-; .. complete en .3 BR I beth
WHFTtHEO block
AGENCY 737' ''SouthWolnut *..; AND1 CUIII' .FOR waII"BRADFORD: 4.J 'i1u:0,fl yes. '..6.., II" !and'!" ,1Iv9" oppursuances. "t.:: 'J- '' .........w.. pepese.. I -."...I2'4-._ outside workshop for the.special I. V 'wiser fln."c.. 127.500.home with firepluce, censor' lOt.

St. Stork.. COUNTY Ihjs .fI!** Ier_ ... trailer. with .... $28.000.men In'your We. e2 BR freme.* : corner let. screened front perch. tt.SM
t'' /!.lo/tdoS'-lntend to a** u.:' ,
': < CIVIL ACTION fact alto lncfud4t'osf4.; ,' .J" > .
INVESTOR' BUSINESS
home lis
t ,register,fold fictitious alternate. th 'k.'L..i f t *Set1.cr.Wecf'lifIieheeis 9
COM No 81 399TOWNHOUSE I Two
rl.nom.. uftier tit.' ''provisions ENTER. installationluding J'Jr.t .'!, S .. $.._$...i> Cv" *. 'eoH condition. ,,:great for Investment Income P"d1ClJB! propertIes 'fit oewntawn.' Ideal. lor

of aforesaid _uL... j' .. rental propedy.3.5OO."BOOM : aIDQ: $37,000 Reduced or ........ Owner will sell sepav.te
: ...
....t ')W"II-Wotrt I 1If: ",', 4ki : TO BMATHt. .. .1 and fl..nc.. $4oo0 for both .
one Tire hydrant C .... Item
Dated this ISih' day a .bedroom block hem* en Ithr I Established. Dey Cere Center. Goad"imeme >/ ..ported. ? -e..' furnished rental' units
+ (could' .be
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( sd. .... MesBbI5. home end 3'ssi..
.
U1[ Financing' Avelloble.
fen (13 1 ILtlkL'1. c.J.r Fully Equipped. -.Mndudlnd, tels .
f1 Sptcm.el4 Bi { oIY1'I'M'o't,0f" acre In ,. Station ) Proepectlv. renisi, incense ....
$6S0'nsqn.
l fCJ OBAU., Wegen to TrensDvrl Kid.. .P. ;
Bradford County 3l' & 1 J $35,000. ; wooo.
Florida. 9 17 4lpd, 10 8 AND BEATRICE R. GOO J| '.4 ,,;'1 I <<:...,... .....*.
WIN. his wi'.. LARRY C Lord a contract or re- WI HAVE OTHER l'TINC-CAU'
hemwm, tacree. KtT ** Apartments Pet RentPreperty US FOR All YOUR MM
GREEN AND BETTY ." ." Terry A. Celnt39M ESTATE NMDS

IN THE CIRCUli Key C. W...,** >*f 41 Management Service
OFTl'tEEIGHIHj : 8:1: =ir ,a-Col IIIeei. Stanhi9B'.3O6SPet.y APPv.Isp, .. AFTER HOURS
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CIRCUIT: IN A 1R1 Imo . "El!;
BRADFORD C : c.-ofU.s.;: 'nhutft.0s4 Irene L. '."REAlTOR-ASSOCIATE-9e4-SI42. /%.,.. ...I -32- ....../S.I.._.
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7* FLORIDA. era from ... I... KMy, lete .
grant Edward. Ret :J. _. : ._ ,,. Mono9er .44'II225
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In"M. by a vehicle which then left the scene. already installed which had been -
Arrests fl.i
; .. .. "' '' .. .*"17amageAVas.itlaraocnudlbg! rr"'Ihfn\y1'tH.libnit4Sndet.eO' -'I.' Ir SI:?' :
J'.I'W".I'II'I.oI"" ., \f."''t, 'ld6.\M '''r .If'." toiSHjJ w; .rl
M1. re"'f. ; .Dple"'e' S'.wI'.IV.V' a.ralllBStsA1ta'll1 n pmg' ; Policeman Eston Mosher. struction by Longchamp. .
v "' 7 I Vinyl floor covering and 60 sq.)preis. Traffic

..1. .w".... ," .' '. '. cr"- .l ..J.. I 1)1'.. BurglaryThree: .,,,', Oct.5' Donald"' Emery!: "'Alvarez:, of carpeting ""was recovered at': the Accident..Trooper'T.C. .
Lawtey juveniles were artrested 1 ""' j as 'TV < Florida Highway Patrol
> Train Speed'Limit General Delivery; Raiford, toarked: Williams1; : trailer as well a
!' 'Eckdahl is charged' 'with the Oct. 1 and charged with his'vehicle at Temple Motel l.where WiWcH\ had been stolen 2 years. ago, Pace was hospitalized with broken "'
> ,Doubles' burglary of a uiility'shed oVi the'property ribs and a ruptured spleen following
burglary and theft by Deputy Greg 'was Struck by another; Vehicle'whtyhthen front the home'of Ethel. Hall.
of Wm.,W. Boree at'Santa Fe Nichols of the Bradford County an accident Oct. 3. when his vehicle
Through Starke left the and headed riprth ( was 'released on
|
TWllarni .
scene '
Lake in July. 1981. At that time a 15 Sheriffs Dept.Sometime onUS-301. \ was struck on State Road 100.
... Trains can travel twice as fast hp Johnson outboard motor and a gas between 11:59 p.m. Sept. Damage to A\i'r\ ; i"ajuggccqpjgdvehicle : recognize; ., : Pace. 40, of Lake Butlers was west-
through: Starke as they were allowedto tank were stolen. 26 and Wed. Sept. 30 the Bradford ,. 1.l'''>''> / <' rStarve bound on SR-100 when he clocked'a
was $95'I ,
: \
,
travel prior to June 23. Eckdahl was placed in the Bradford Roping Club building was broken into. ". t speeder eastbound. Pace pulled onto
.>.,The limit was increased to 40 miles County Jail under (5,000 bond. The refrigerator doors were left; Traffic ,, ; the shoulder and turned on his blue
,
.per hour after Starke Chief of Police Burglary: At open food spoiled; candy bars soda Citations' ':, .' Fire.Dept light to make a 'IT turn. A westbound
,
Jimmy Bowen ask for the faster vehicle behind the patrol car came by
and corn dogs were pilfered from the. 'Skrke. Fire Dept. reports a quiet
speed because of long slow trains Holiday Inn Gulf building.The Joseph WayneCh; mter'18\ ; 'i 912 week'with, only minor fires being the stopped patrol vehicle and then

creating a safety problem for Starke City Police were call to the three juveniles were released. Raiford Rd.. Starke, was arrested by reported, Pace started a 'U' turn across the
emergency vehicles. Holiday Inn Gulf, 1011 N. TempleAve. to the custody of the their parents. City Policeman W. Wi'kinson.' Oct. roadway in front of the second westbound

"Several years ago Seaboard Coast ., Starke, Sept. 29, at 7:30: a.m. by Nichols reports the burglary is still 3, for willful ,and wanton reckless Oct. 3. at Sonny's Bar-B-Que an vehicle that was not seen by
Line Railroad asked the Dept. of Seeber Goodman to check out a under investigation and he expects at driving. electrical short started a fire In a Pace.
Transportation for the increased burglary. least one more arrest. Chambers was released after he plug. The fire went up the wall and Ferrin Grimes. Jr. of Georgetown.Fl. .
speed limit.:At that time both the city Goodman stated sometime betweenthe Accident posted $150 surety bond. ceiling,. was put out with an ex- struck the patrol car in the left
council and Bowen
endorsed the
re hours of 7:30 p.m. and 7:00: a.m. tinguisher.'Oct. .
quest. DOT agreed to the increase someone had burglarized his service During ChaseSept. Willard Leroy Thornton 34, side.Pace was admitted to Alachua

speed stipulating that the limit wouldbe station and stolen the following unit driven General Delivery. Starke. -was arrested '' 3, a car carburetor caught ire General Hospital in Gainesville.
changed when all Starke railroad items: a Ford truck value $10,000; 8 30. a Waldo Darold patrol Simmons. by Trooper Roberts Florida in TG'Y parking lot the fire was out Following surgery for the removal of
crossing had warning signals. The by Raymond for while his Pace's conditionwas
used tires value $160; a vacumn Highway Patrol driving arrival. his spleen Tues.
hot of a motor on ,
Waldo was in pursuit
last, crossing signal was installed cleaner value $200; and 2 hydraulic Sabat license was suspended or revoked. listed as good.
earlier this year at Market Rd. cross- jacks, value $500. The keys to several bike driven collided.by Mark Robert Thornton was released on Oct. 6. grease had caught fire in an Grimes was taken to Union General

Ing.According U-Haul trucks were also missing. when they driven Sabat of 10123 N. recognize, bond was set at$200. oven in Bradford Trailer Park fire Hospital but was not admitted.
The bike by
to Bowen when the the ucci-\
Pace charged
was
The Ford truck was discovered in Gainesville was being was out on arrival. with;
crunch'1 started W. 25th Place.
energy several Kendall Blaine Thompson Rt. 1 dent.
Ocala at a golf course late Wed., Sept. CR-229'Starke.'' Simmons
years ago Seaboard started pulling chased on Box 118 Lawtey, was arrested Oct. 4. Man ArrestedFor
180 or more rail cars through Starkeat 30.Someone had gained entrance to the overtook the bike started to slow by Starke City Policeman E. W.
the speed of 20 hour, station by removing a window from down to get Sabat to stop when Sabat 'Wilkinson for driving while license is FraudThe

I definitely causing a proem for the west bay door and removed the began to overtake the patrol unit! and suspended and willful, wanton Bradford County Sheriff's vO

emergency vehicles. stolen items through the bay door. they Rescue collided Unit 60 responded treated wreckless driving. Dept. arrested Tom Marks. 29. 1201 N.
Bowen expressed his appreciationfor The is continuing 1 Thompson was released on $350 for
burglary investigation Keller. Starke Sept. 29.
Sabat at the scene of the
the faster speed through Starke.. and released cash bond.Arrest. fraud. Two Uttersany not on
unemployment compensation
accident. : ordinary phone dial
3 Men ArrestedOn ArrestedFor Sabat was charged with willful andwanton Made Keller appeared before Judge ars "O" and "Z".
wreckless driving. Jeanie D. Crenshaw. at which time he

PossessionRonald BatteryRobert Damage to the motor bike was$750. Grand Theft was released on a signature bond.

Eugene Griffis 23, 414 Myrtle Swanson, 32, Rt. Box 312 damage to the '77 Dodge belonging to Curtis Lee Williams 29. 2002 Paul

St., was arrested for possession of Starke. was arrested by the Bradford the City of Waldo was 1000. St., Starke, was arrested at his
less than 20 grams of canmbus. County Sheriff's Dept.Sept. 29, charged Minor residence Oct. 5, by the Bradford I E'GAI C PUBLIC NOTICE
with aggravated battery. : A:7: _........ NOTICE OF APPIICA
Starke N.
Sept. 27 City Policeman County Sheriff's Dept.
Jackson stopped a vehicle Swanson was charged with Accidents. Williams was charged with grand TION FOR SPECIAL Ex

west on Call St. which had an expire unlawful battery upon Howard Anderson Carol Glisson Mongomery, Lake theft, he did unlawfully and felonious- PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE CAPTION VARIANCE AND

license tag. Jackson noted a after he touched or struck him. Geneva Fl., pulled out from a parking ,\\y obtain or use property of another NOTICE OF APPLICA OF ORDINANCE Notice I. hereby given
suspicious cigarette butt in the Swanson did use a deadly weapon a lane into the flow of traffic striking value of said property more than$100. TION FOR SPECIAL EX. AUTHORIZING IS thafth.BoordofAdjusf.

ashtray of the vehicle at which time metal wrench. a vehicle driven by Melvin Benton Deputies Glen Moore and Don Den- CAPTION SUANCE OF 18.600.000 me..t City of S'orke. Fla.
he placed the driver Griffis under ar Swanson was released on a surety Starke. ton on a warrart executed to search Notice I. test.by9 Ivan UTILITY REVENUE will conduct aheoringot
Futch
rest.Griffis bond. The accident occured on SR-230 at Williams' trailer found carpet that fh. Board 0'.Adjust. BONDS. 1 p.m.. In the City Com
ment 01 Sfar.. fla..
taken to the Bradford City CITY OF SIARKE. FLA.
was Thompson St.. Sept. 30 Damage to mission rOOM, City Hall
'i tl!. Arrests ByBradford will conduct a hearing at
C '.it" the Mongomery vehicle was $900 and Slarko Fla. on October
1 In the City Coin-
p.m. The CIy of Slork..
27. 1981 to consd.rovso '
CountySherlff's Futch's vehicle.Mongomery .
While on a routine patrol city $25 to charged with minion room City Hall Florida proposes on Or. quest for o Special E,..
was 510.1.. Fla.. October
policeman Rowand observed a car Dept. of FLORIDA THEATRE on dnance Autholzing the c.pfion fa allow a mob'e,'
failure to yield right way. 21.198' fa tonsid.r a r.' I..uonc. of S8.600.000
across the sidewalk at Wainwright Beverly Joyce Hankerson 26. P. O. quest for a Special Ex- ham. In the Ag'icultur.
Park when the officer asked the Box 25) Lawtey. was arrested for Barbara McMurtrie Gloria 28, Starke 964-5451 cepllon fa allow UM of Utility Ite"enue Bonds. of Zoning District on that
the 01 Stark.
driver to move the vehicle he noticed welfare fraud.Hankerson. Starke and Mary Ella Waterson. 55,' Fri. Sat. Sun. building for church 0-. On CIty October 20Ih at 7 porc.1 01 land de.cribed
him cannibus Starke were traveling west on C-229. as follows:
rolling a cigarette. was charged with tivities In the R.IA lo.-, a of Iho CI
David Gary Dixon 24. 506 N. misrepresent, she filled to list her As Gloria slowed to make a left turn Ing District on that p.m.Commission m."ng will ba On. ocrf land In the
'V
NE 1 4 of NW 1 1 of Sec
Westmoreland St., was charged with Uutler Waterson was overtaking and pullingout parcel of ,fond desclbed
employment by Lake Apparel. BO DEREH I held at the City Hall on tion 29. T 6 S. R 22 E.
possession of less than 20 grams of Hankerson was released on to pass. Gloria started turningleft a. follows: North Thompson Sheet. described os follows:
cannabis. recognize. into the path of Waterson and was I Lot I 811. 0' Orlgrnol In Storko. Florida 1 for the al the SE
struck in the left side of her vehicle. : Town 0' Sfark. also e 0' 0' commence COl"
purpo pOSlago 1'1.' 01 NE I 1 0' NW 1 4.
Lawtey Police Dept. arrested Jeffery Valerie V, McCutchen. 19, 1334 N. Damage to Waterson's station f begin WW Cor of lot I. ,h.p'opo.odOrdna'ue. and run West 2)0 feet for
Brian Busby Lawtey, for DWI Grove St., Starke, was arrested Oct. wagon was $125 and to the van driven Blk 1 Orlg Town 0' Copies 01 the sad pro. point of beginning, then
and of less than 20 by Gloria was $150. r Stok.. N 17'12" E on Ely posed Ordinance ore .
possession gramsof 3, and charged with retail theft on a AP1Elr1j11V un North 210 fee' Weal
canmbus. warrant from Alachua Co. Gloria was charged with improperlane R/W Walnut St. .33' 5 ava'oblo' for inspa."ion 2tO test. South 210 feet.
McCutchen was released on a sure change by Florida Highway RlCI MOM Q Uu;; ...... 72'1I" E 211' 5.16' W 102 I. the City Clerk's Pili 0 East 210 f..f to the point
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Rt. 2 Box 1030 Keystone Heights, 301 may South In the Northeast
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241. Melrose was Sept. his vehicle t Hurst SheltSta I app.or..o' mooting cornel' of' aced acres
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"Beaver" Twist Interment .I lt1!!J ; ''r.r.; wtU: tittig"es.s: Brooker lour daughters.. Doris
Jesse Alvin Ellis officiating; James R.L ithl''' : -. ; I;ftil"kEvatt"KN Roe i,; : 'MrsVeletla
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ObituariesMarcus 91, of Alachua
: under the direction of Evans Funeral '
B rookery died Friday. Oct. 2, at the Oak:View Home of High Springs." "': died Sunda1Sept:. .20. in a Hospital.in Laverne Edwards:of Brooker and
> # ,Octin tba Alachua. General -
Care Center in Wiltiston, after a Jacksonville hospital. :JMrf.: ,B6bbie:Stricland of Callahan;
lengthy illness. James Carswell Ilarrell Born in Florida he had lived here GamesyrDe.After a sudden illness: and one.. son. E.\W. Hodges;: Jr., ofStance
A. Smith Mr. Ellis was a lifelong resident'of James Carswell Harrell. '57, died for the past 30 years. Mr. Hodges(; wars a life long resident I one sister Mrs; 'Melba nee
Marcus A Smith, 78, of Lakeland Alachua County and the Worthington Oct. 1. at the Bradford County Survivors include: his wife Betty of Bradford County, where he had lived Rain of Archer;$JO grandchildren and
Florida, died Sunday Oct 4 in Shands Springs area.He was a member of the Hospital following an extended il- Smith; 3 daughters, Darlene Debra in the Brooker Community He wab p Great-grandchildren.
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville North Pleasant Grove Baptist Church lness. and An eiia all of Jacksonville; 2 retired from Sun land Training Centerin Funeral services were held Saturday -
after a sudden illness. and was a retired farmer. Born and raised in Columbia County sons JImmie and Lynn, both of Gainesville, and also farmed,during October 3, 'at 3 p.m. in the
Married to the former Ethel Starling Survivors include: his wife Clara where he operated his farm until Jacksonville; 4 sisters Velma L. and after his retirement, He was Brooker Baptist Church with Rev.
; of Lawtey Mr. Smith was a ran- Mae Davis Ellis; one son Jesse ill health forced his retirement Mr. Griffis of Keystone; Iris Kersey of the son of the late Rufus Hodges. and Andrew B. Moon. and Rev Terry
cher and farmer and a member of Eugene Ellis of Alachua; one Harrell moved tp Starke 2 years ago Starke; Frankie M. Johnson of Bran- Mary Etta Carter Hodges. Mr. Cranford officiating. Interment
the Baptist Church; member of IOOF daughter, Mrs. Mabel Louise where he has lived with his sister. Mr. ford; Juinelle Carter of Jacksonville; Hodges attended the Baptist Church. followed in Dedan Cemetery. Archer
and Rebecca's.. Holbrook of Treasure Island, Fla.; Harrell was a member of the First 2 brothers. W.M. of Live Oak; A.J. of Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Funeral Home of Lake Butler were in
Survivors include: his wife Ethel Two sisters, Mrs. HA. Howell of Christian Church of Lake City. Winter Haven. Rubye Mae Green Hodges of charge of the arrangements.
Starlingone; sister, Lottie Roberts of Chattahoochee, Fla ; and Mrs. Survivors include: 3 sisters: Mrs. Funeral services were 'held at 2
Lakeland and several nieces and Thomas A. Metro of Jacksonville, Eliza Foose Mrs. Callie Gainey, both p.m. on Wednesday Sept. 23. in the
nephews. Fla.; 4 grandchildren 9 great- of Starke Mrs. Cherry Guynn of Lake Faith Memorial Baptist Church with
Services were held Wednesday grandchildren and one great-great- City. 1 Brother: Frank Harrell of Rev.James Branch officiating. Inter Steel Belted Radials
morning at 10 a.m. in the Glenn W. grandchild. Tampa.Funeral. ment will be in Riverside Memorial
Morrison Chapel in Lakeland with Funeral services were held at 3 services were conducted at Park, with arrangements by Fraser
Reverends Cumbie and T.F. O'Steen p.m. Sunday Oct. 4 at the North Plea- 1pm. Sat. at the Archie Tanner Funeral Home. P155-80R-13 35.88 FET 1.51 to 2.95P17580R13
officiating. Interment followed in sant Grove Baptist Church with Funeral Home with Rev. Leon Odom
Lawtey' Cemetery in Lawtey Florida Reverends O.E. Boals and A.A. conducting the services. Intermentwas Mrs. Maggie Green Forsyth 40.88
in Memorial Cemetery in Lake Mrs. Maggie Green Forsyth, 73, of
City, with Archie Tanner Funeral Hampton died Friday evening, Oct.2 P185-75RX14 44.88
Sincere thanks to those who sharedour Home of Starke in charge of arrangements residence illness
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Thank you to our friends who of- your expressions of kindness in Born in Raiford, Mrs. Forsyth wasa P205-75RX14 47.88
fered comfort with prayers, flowers Special flowers thanks deeds to and the Nurses remembrances., Dr. Her Wolodymyr Iwanciw lifelong resident of the Bradford ___:. T I R E

food and cards during our recent loss. nandez, the staff of the Bradford Wolodymyr Iwanciw, 75, died County area and was a member of the P215-75RX15 52,88
May God bless each and everyone Saturday morning Oct. 3, at his home Pine Level Baptist church. .$ ,
Archie Tanner '
of you. County Hospital following an extended illness. Survivors include: her' husband P225-75RX15 53,88
Funeral Home and the Pallbearers.
Family of Merrill Edwards of James Harrell Born in Europe moving to this coun- Joseph B. Forsyth; 1 daughter, Mrs. '
Family try at an early age where he was Ina F. Horne of Hampton; 3 sons, Otis P235-75RX15 55.88 ; '
employed in the Machine Factory C Forsyth of Hogvalley Fl., Leaston SALE :
drill busines. Mr. Iwanciw was a H. Forsyth of Hampton; Vernon J. r
News BriefsMotions 2 Men ArrestedFor member of St. Michael Catholic Forsyth of Phenix City, Ala.I; 2 Front End I
Assault Church in Hartford Conn. sisters, Mrs. Maggie Sparkman of
Survivors include 1 daughter: Jacksonville Mrs. Evelyna Alignment ,!
Joseph Pernell Williams 27, 922 Mrs. Nadia Thomas of Lawtey 1 Southerland of Lawtey; 17 grandchildren ,
Heard Brownlee St.. was arrested by City grandson also of Lawtey. ; and 8 great grandchildren. I
On Oct 5 Police Dept Oct 1, charged with aggravated Graveside funeral services were Funeral Services were held at 2
assault. conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday morn- p.m. on Monday Oct. 5, in the DeWittC. $088 i i
Cases appearing before Judge Patrolman Scotty Rhoden responded ing at Crosby Lake Cemetery.with Jones Chapel with Roman M. I
Chester B. Chance last Monday Oct. to a complaint of a fight involving Father Patrick Foley officiating, with Alvarez officiating. Burial was in Starke Firestone
5, received several different dispen- weapons at 9-15: p.m. at 860 BrownleeSt. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Dyal Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones N.,Temple Ave., Starke 964.6436y'
sations. When Rhoden arrived he heard no Starke in charge of arrangements. Funeral Home of Starke, in charge of Most cars & trucks.
Timothy Liggett and Edward StarlIng shots but saw a man walking away, arrangements. .
received a continuance until Oct carrying what appeared to be a
26., shotgun with the butt wrapped in a j
Calvin Martin Don Spivey, Lajuan white cloth. Rhoden told the man to
Elizabeth WhIttle Robert E. Powell stop but instead the man started to
and Betsy Jackson entered written
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pleas of not-guilty, trials were run.At this time Rhoden was joined by !
scheduled for December 14. Patrolman Jerry Miller who aided in
Charles Polk Gainesville, was the chase. The police thought they
found to be in violation of his parole. had lost the man in the woods but then
Polk was arrested by' Alachua saw him behind a building. Rhoden
County. for a distrubance June 3, 1981, told the man several times to drop the Savers!
at a trailer park in NW Gainesville. gun which he continued to hold. Super
HUDSON TOWELS O :
Polk was charged with disorderly Miller slipped up behind the man and
mtoxification and disturbing the knocked the gun out of his hand. The SCOTTIES FACIAL TISSUE
peace. A woman had called the gun struck Rhoden in the right leg, 125 one-ply Big H' paper Save to 56on brand
Sheriff's Dept. after Polk had abused knocking him to the ground or 200 two-ply Scotttes' l towels I up
her both physically and verbally Williams was restrained arrested
however she did not wish to press and charged with aggravated assault
charges because she was afraid of with a deadly weapon. He was placedin d names and best sellers
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him.When Alachua County InvestigatorWill In a separate case. Oliver Marks,
Banks arrived at the trailer park. 2(), of 1201 Keller St., Starke, was ar- SAVE To34 / today through Saturday!
Polk had been drinking and when ask rested for assault upon Mary Anne
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Starke in 1978. He is awaiting a 1, Marks was charged with ag- WERE UP TO MS" r 17.re e OR: If
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I 9'12" > 131: 12"" back REO tV 490 I
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Brown IDH-OV 911'fl/VJ
f 8.00 Double Pedestal Desk 1
iEcvmn nmu TIlT per Doan Full tu.. full laalurad desk in '
> Adruueote. height. 17.. to RES. $11.76BIC clean and crisp modem lines.Cnte
I ,32-14 20 ia-1 2 ..a.. drswe lochs e bodrawers .
full .lik
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t9'12'.22.12" back.
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tll.MmO.$2S2M "Th Roller" AO" H 30" woodgrain plastic lop
r185.50 with""if-edge
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eliminates point breehdown.nd TO M IMw...
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Functional srvNng inat features; ....1caIa1J _.a..o- rll.,. f+,, With patented auto-slop' to !
v- center drawer with centiel locking -- j eliminate pencil waste. Hardened F
macnanram.. flush end pane*.*. Pedestal DesIr I a of. Rubbermaid Hoy tool steel. cutter blade
t nrw ntor.1 aeamNM heck ninal' fun''upenion til*drawer. bo Sealed, Heavy-duty motor never .
rr'1/2'--. .... ItaIgIIt cIr_ end center drawer withcerxrel .. Cloatmat" M.d.aungacN.mrq.Na.aN1
drawer*, chrome steel tege .locking. dunce promde suction cut 1 feet. Beige with rosewood
I with plated gwM*. eo" N :JO"walnutgrain ample. drawer spaoe. Compact So > ) a Finally a clear vinyl mat for pa..... Tramp.ranUnwlrlgs
earl-edged pIMue.lop i 24" lop IS eell-eoged woodgrsHiDtaeltc. + q use on shag or plush pile carpets. nap IacN. UL approved, AC
I* mar, sleM and. scratch Chrome leu* and role .... with slippage problems Holds HO-12O vol... 3:3" r ...r..
--. and fa f k..n on*N Mda Buck H>If'.1 without damaging carpet. (OMJ.IC'OOI:
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MODEL 120 y+f 7 breaking, chipping, cracking orshattering
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ElectronicPrintDisplay 45" X !>J"with" 25" x '2" Lip (OE4.2J1j69 JS M57 '....... Dennison Key Tara'
fwileal Ella 46" > 60"with" 25" X 12" Lip (OE423628155 7003 'O.tr Smooth white paper a
f decorator designed on a swivel 45"X 53r No Lip (OE4.2312724C C2.1S round metal ...... '.11./ "
/ pedaaujl base viih see-thru smoke 46" x 60:' No Lip Ot4.23731 6415 7125 diameter. Oval.metal, key
r cover. Llei*ere kept clean, privete and ring. !SO per carton.IOAS19133) .
aeNNlble..Omplegwrln. 5OOcad. Calculator I I 3.25 Carton
and n- for apeclnl heedlngar.Cards ar*easily CombxNUOnaslsulNaud REQ>i751
removed loir typing adding machine .

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changes IF
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against .nattering clacking%.* r,1*' O
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OUTPATIENT TUBAL LIGATION
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SALE SERVICES LAKE LOT on sand bottomed MOBILE HOME In lake SPACIOUS REFINED HOME., Chain Saws & All. Small Engines c, .: :

3BR 2SA HOMI In Silver CARPENTER WORK lake In Hillcrest.month.$800 Geneva Park.'$140 and up. unique split level 3 BR. 2 '-...!!!..
down. $14644 per Phone 473-2879. tfnchg 7/2 -
Silver work, kitchen BA. large living room with
Ridge overlooking Remodeling Phone 473-4058 or 3BR 2BA HOME--CH/A. $350 I
Lake. Two mile to cabinets and trim 8x4 baywlndow overlookIng -
473-4367 after 6 '
p.m. per month lake access. Thomas..Cbe" .
Reasonable lake. Kitchen equipped cP
Keystone schools, on coun. carpenter tfnchg 7/30 376.0078.) tfnchg 6/18
own.d road $41.000. Call Ed at 3x6 pantry 2-cor
ty prices Dempsey LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- FURNISHED COTTAGE '
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11 3/401. mortgage. .73.2..77 after 6 p.m. Keystone Heights owner bedroom I bath. furnished Assumable garage, 1670 VA sq.loan ft.. \ Auto Safety Service' e.trJ ::
72CAIPENTRY ;
3760078 tnchg6/8! tfnchg
financed 10 percent In cottage on Little lake 58000. Heights .. .
AND Keystone
CUTE 2BR SMITH LAKE
Lots clear sand .
terest. on month.
Geneva $225 per .
AREAi' Beautiful large MASONARV WORK build bottomed lake, priced to Keystone Heights Realty Realty Realtor' 4734961.Itchg 964-7231 S ;/

wood.d lot. A/C and heat. patios, additions, remodeling sell from 9900. One to Realtor. 473-4961 tfnchg 10/08 ,
homes and tile work. IN MOVE-IN CONDITION on
Appliances carpets 'lake ,
five acres overlooking ADULTS ONLY 2 BR 1 BA. ,
drop., assumable mortgage Also painting. Free. (access available) with Located in city of Keystone Bedford Lake. Completely ... .
of '9 3/4 p.r c.nt. estimotes. Phone 473 4473 nice trees from $3.500 furnished 3 BR, 1 BA. -
Heights. $195.00 per mo.
Call 4732735. during day. tfnchg 86HYPNOSISopening large llvlngroom with
owner $500 down $50 month.
a
Heights Realty
Keystone .
3tchg 9/17 to 10/1 practiceof Commercial frontageinvestment Realtor. .73..961. '9/24 fin fireplace. Kitchen equipped '.
Mark David Wise, B.A.. washer dryer .
opportunity. NOW BUILDINGLeasIng '(
Now offering services for freezer 60000. Keystone
MISCELLANEOUS"BINGO. prescription hypnosis for SR 21N. Owner-salesman. 1.000sq.ft. at Hwy 100 and Heights' Realty Realtor "Life it not to short but that there it always time enough
473-4375. tfnchg 8/6 21. Also 3.000 .ft. in '
Hwy sq for Emerson
tradditionol' and Individual 4734961. Itchg 10/08 courtesy/ .
.AMERICANLEGION AKC DOBERMANS.-Top front of Keystone Heights BLISSFUL PRIVACY on Lake
applications (smoking .
HAIL SR21. quality only. You are invited Post Office. Call 473.2149
3 mobile
w.ight control. doctor Carlton. BR. 1 BA>
Saturdays, 7pm. Public invited referral stress reduction to visit our kennels. or 473-2014.. 4tcftg 10/1 home, 21x12 storage and

tfnchg 8/6 etc) Pleasecall Gainsville, 475-1228. 10/29 laundry bldg. l-car

OVEREATERSANONVMOUSAre 376.3545, for appointm.nt.tfnchg WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN 2BRI BA. MOBILE HO- garage, 132 ft. on lake,
you 86UNWANTED tfnchg 72'I..ACRI MEOn Smith Lake. $125 a 28000. Keystone Heights I L -Starke Ads cont'd.- 1 I
LOTS for sale from .
addicted to food? I. your HAIR month adults only, no Realty Realtor 473-4961. ,

w.ight affecting th. way DESTROYED FOREVERI $2.995. Restricted with pets. 4734534. 3tchg 10/1 tchg 10/08 _
liv. life? Call lake access. 3772808. 10/22
you your
O.E.A. No duel, no fees. Why settle for temporary? tfnchg 6/18 3 BR HOUSE In city of WANTEDGOOD FOR RENT MOBILE
Call for Ford F2504x4
no weigh-ins. Op.n appointment LIKE NEW GE refrigerator Keystone Heights. $250 per YARD SALE 1974 I
473-7033. Amys EI.c.trolv.i. .
meeting Tuesday nights at .. $125: apartment size electric month. Call 473-3116 after Truck, loaded. HOMES
490 Lawrence
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
7:30 at Si. Ann.iEpiscopal rang., $45; portable 500 Itpd 10/08 PRICES PAID for used
: p m. ; pm. I FOR SALE
Blvd.. Keystone. 9/24 tfnIX..ERT 62,000 miles. $2,000. HOME PARK mobil. homes
Church, washer Ideal for camperor MOBILE HOME! Attractive SATURDAY. OCT. 10 Lots of mobile homes If mortgageIs

Keystone Heights. For information carpentry great student, $45. Call9CJ.,524.9 rural situation. Very mens and ladles clothes; Call for Details 3/4 paid. or more. OLiN'S and spaces for rent.
or referrences, satisfaction or 475-1488. reasonable for someone Winchester lever action MOBILE HOME SALES Recreational Vehicles I9BI MOBILE HOMES
emergency. guaranteed Call 475-2854 9/24 3tchg 10/08 30-30, 2.16 inch white 964-8124 or 964-7064 964-S606. Open 7 days welcome. Phone 468-2912.'
help call 473 2790 or who will take car. of pro payments starting at
964.8S87. tfnchg 8/27 before' 8 a m. or after 7 DUPONTE. METAL BUILDING perty. 16592460. Itpd spoke Jackmon rims: furniture weekly. TFchg TFchg $147.00) per month John

BINGO -We will b. starting p.m. 9/24 fin 25X50 one half acre, fenced 10/08 many odds and 1970 Thunderbird WE BUY AXLES I TIRES w HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Brown Mobile Home

Octob.r 18 Sunday afternoon YARD WORK mowing zoned business. Owner ON HIGHWAY lOOi Three ends. 9:00: am. Commercial axles + 4 tires $135.00.. room. TV and Air, Center 473-3779.4/9

Bingo from 2 5 pm at and housework plus cypress Financed 473-4667 4tchg bedroom log cabin fur Circle past car wash. Itchg Exc. cond., inside Del to Ohms MH. Hwy. 100 Underwood Motel 3 miles GIGANTIC CLEARING
custom sowing. 10/8 1029DOGHOUSEt 10/08 W Starke. '9645606. TFchg North of Starke on Hwy SALE:
the American L.gion Hall nished. $250 per month and out. 60,000 orig. '
475 1720 1980 models
SR.21. 9/24 Stehg 1008WANTED or 475.1270.3tchg New. For large plus security deposit BIG GARAGE SALE: Friday WANTED Used tools both 301. 40/9 tnchg priced to sell.
10/1 10/15 dog. water bed Included. 473-2354. 10/08 2tchg and Saturday 9 am Ill 5 miles. $1150 or best mechanics and carpenters. MOBILE HOMES: Highway 16, With Rebate Program.

NEED A BABYSITTER I will See Sears Roebuck 10/15. pm. TV: drapes; offer.964-8727 itpdto/s I Phone 964-8331 or and Hwy. 16 and 225. Large selection to choose
babysit for your child In my Clean! Call 468-1323. 3/12 from. COMMUNITY
five catalogue for details. DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE 1 bed.pr.odplant.; .: toys, 468-IS51.9/I1 tnchg
home Bedford lake
WILL SHARE EXPENSES. for on Bargain save $70. ContactT. BR. furnished cottage. Christmas wreaths; baby WANTED Mobile Home Ax tfn. MOBILE HOME SALES factory -

rid. from Keystone days meals.a Alice week Turner plus hot Stanley 4751121. 10/08 Utilities/ included $200 car seat; stroller; ACREAGE les. Paying the best price" 3 '.. 1 BA. LIVING ROOM owned and operated.

Heights to Orange Park in 10/08 Itpd 2tchg lOllS monthly. Keystone Heights speakers; records, kitchen 2.27 wooded. for good condition axles. dining room & kitchen Highway 301-N", Starke.
afternoons. Call 473-2241. DIESEL DUMP TRUCK 16 yd. Realty Realtor 473-4961. items and much much acres heavily 96oI-8331.9/11.tnchg central' heat and air. In Open 7 days a week. 8'20

10/08 2tchg 10/15 BABYSITTING from 6:30: am in til my 6 pm.home Infants GMC. Very good condition. Itchg 10/08 more. On Hwy. 21) between $4500..Cash.....or...Sub.....Terms MOBILE HOME Axles 'with'; Hampton. Phone 4681779.., 3 IR, 1'BA:' Unfurnished'
$6500.00. Call .73.2867. Peach and Satsuma tires. Will $125. Phone ((1st months rent In advance
toddlers, Melrosearea. 3 BR, 2 IA MOBILE HOME: pay $3100.) Call 782-3329
or Saturday and Only Hwy lOOE-IAc. LoMe.OOO. ) 5/7 tfnchg. Itchg
Sunday Furnished $220 Streets across from Lake 964-5007. 9/3 12tpd 11/19.
Call 475-1115 or per ............. MOBILE .
CARS&TRUCKS ft. HOME 12x65.
Itpd 10/08 month $100 security Geneva. Itchg 10/08 WANT I OR 2 ACRES with FOR LEASE 2000 sq. bldg. Excellent

475-1084 10/15 10/08 2tchg FOR SALEPoulan' Chain Saw deposit. Keystone Heights Country Club-Hwy.230: 2.3 tree for a double wide adjacent to Suzuki of condition. $1500)

473-4961. Ac. Zoned RIA. $20,000. mobile home 'within 4 Stark. on 3015.. call down. payments of $108.79
resonable, like new Realty Realtor WE HAVE MOVED! Selling
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WORKING CLASS HEROES 9646020. 964-9825.. 8/27 month. Call
Itchg 10/08 miles of town. Call per 9647015.
1975 GREMLINS7000 miles, Would like to do excess Items. Sat.. Oct. 10
6 cylinder automatic Employment Service. ServIng housework and janitorial LIKE COUNTRY CASUAL? 1 pm til Sunday Oct. 11. 14.06 Acres! Shady. Own '9645388. Itpd 10/08 Hn. 10/01 2tpd 10/08
and fin Avail. 9% TRAILER LOTi: high and dry;
Keystone Heights 4734454. Situated among majestic $21.100.
transmission $900 call work Itchg SR31S east side of Hall
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oak shade miles
trees 2
Melrose Low fees :
473 2885 %ItchglO! 8 areas 10BWALKER trees :2 BR. 1 BA. masonry Lake.. ,
4734472. 10/08 tfn PUPS3 WEEKS OLD. home, brick fireplace in |0 Acresi Large barn South on 301,. 964-8238. 9/3 .
Items too tunlty. :- TRUCKS '?ntvf tM..' 'i iiivi( .
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tr.coior'warmed,' call, large living room.fencedIrf stocked. po,," $23.000.: _
HELPWANTED 413-2 55. Itpd 0/8 yard on OOI'takB'Vrittrt: | rt\8f>tlon. Come $4000 d.... AssMm.-mtg.iir.,.. j I M4HUIMUM v eo: c'
sand beach. $59.500 with Starling.;. 4733092:.,,Jtcho.. : !.......... l '77 NOVA,2'dooN,6i.cylo, ; ,:, bediftd5b"' 'mIM Wpi' :'OWM'BVOUR,' ) '6WN lmnshoplOfferlng"arr \
assumable VA loan. 'P- Automatic trans.' power person Si:i Drape7cent.ai'
,. 4 Acres: Well power pole \ the net*'
wwwWHuntI.y Keystone Heights Realty. ? "i 10200. steering. $1700.) Call H/AC. Carpet refrigerator"and tionally known brands

UNITED METHODIST ( Realtor 473-4961 Itchg ........... 964-8903. 8/27 Hn. stove. No Pets. such as Jordache, Vander-
CHURCH STEVE BROADWAY j 10/08 Mike McNabb 1974 TOYOTA: Truck Good $220.00 per month with a
I.d'eartt'lSERVICES ( 10 Acres, bill Calvin Klein:
Needs a nursery attendent TREE SERVICE i GREAT FISHING on Goodson Roof Repairs 23000. Lg. pines. condition. 1966 VW. exc. $100.00 deposit. Tel: Sedgefield, ; Levi! and over

for Sunday mornings for infants Prairie Lake mobile home ........... shape. Call '964-6369 964-8944 ((9 a.m.-5 p.m.)) 70 other brands,
up to 3 years old. If Removal lot In private locked gate Sky Lights Installed anytime. Itchg 10/08 917tfnKITCHENETTEEFFICIENCY. 12500.00 Includes beginning
interested call Man Wed u 471-4340 ( development. Well ssptic. Gutters Installed A Janet M.. Starling I9BI FORD PICKUP LWB. inventory airfare for-

or Firdays b.tw..n 9.1 /L'e( or47J Trimming power pole. Owner financ Mobile Home Roofs Realtor 712-3931 less than 4.000 miles. ROOMS: for rent at low 1 to the apparel' center
473.3829 ing. $14,500 Keystone Michael B. Cooney Loaded. Must sell. Small weekly' rates Coil Temple
: 4252: Free Estimate training. fixtures and
Heights Realty Realtor, RepairedAluminum Realtor Assoc..944M27tfnchcj. equity. Call 964-6604 after Motel. 964.7357. 9/17 tfn Grand Opening Promo-

LICENSED REAL ESTATE Repairs' Of Maor| 473-4961. Itchg 10/08 Roof Coating 5 pm. 10/08 2tchg 10/19 DUPLEX Geiger Reed 2 tions. Call Mr. Kostecky at':
SALES PERSON: needed 170 IMPALA Chevy with bedroom Central heat and
Electric Appliances C-2l4i;House and 10 Installed Mademoiselle Fashion
In
473-4732 acres ,
Call Gene Retse 1972 .
Realty. engine. Low mileage.Air air. Availabl. now. $225 '
473.7031. Eves. call Serving Bradford Clay/ After 5 P.M. Clay road. County 40500.on paved Quality Workmanshipat GENE REESE conditioning; radio and per mo."' plus security, OPEN 612-432 YOURparel -0676.OWN llpcMp\(08,,; .-,

473.3265. 10/01 4tchg Counties KeystoneHeights fair B-trok tape player. Also deposit. Call '964-8 1IO.H .rV te\ Qp;" !
prices REALTY ?
shop Offer
Realty. Realtor have ', ,. ,,1i.ICt..t.| '
10 22 I Keystone Heights gas logs (fireplace Inserts 'doywond eiiea- '
4734961. 10/08 in ieqhs; derImVon1nt sPQr
Lawrence Blvd
Keystone Itchg 496-3819 GENE REESE REALTOR ) .,for ,sale. Call, Ings'and'weetcemJs_loxete:. ,.-real': $ ) ;,1 ;.
ji,950.OO' "s.ucl!
782.39CJ1..1tpctlOIO& MOBILE HOME :2 brdp :, .
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BIO BIDFOXD LAKE 3BR. I 1974 FORD MAVERICKj:, furnished. $125 peY month,;? lnvntory' ..!jji! !'tr.. i".b

BA Mobile home on 1+ Automatic; air;. power Call,7B2.33O..iIt: lO108PARTiALLYJjJS5.4Q4 CoTpte a'ljttl.(! t9rfJfft' el'o

I I -Union County Ads- I II IIE acre. 100ft. lokefront. Maesllc steering; radio. ,. 49.000, : ) as'tanhpre A.Jtll\Ii' 'o,tl O '
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acutal miles. $1800. Call bedf )3
( live _lit. Assumable 964-7977. Itpd 10/08 t Mari'led\c'oupl.'bnly.Small two Aom I\\> $160....f' fantoc c1 .ctJi j1" 'h)0d) '

mtg. 31000. Colt r !.1.
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1970 BUICK USABREi Four month ,"W
LAKE LOTS BLDG. LOTSOwner per plus security, ,J ,.... ?fI. RFJ '''.AAb.
REAL HELP WANTEDSECRETARVBOOKKEEPERi PERSONALSERVICES FOR SALE door; good condition. depet1t. Call "904-3417,' '
financed at 12% Interest ,, ,, '
PS/PB; automatic MOBILE HOME LOTS)00' '_- '_ : !II JinY_lljt?
ESTATE HOUSE FOR SAlll 4 with 20% down. transmission. $400.Cpll: 1 100. ft. In country private.::. WANTED "'00"

To work in sheltered bedroom 2 both kitchen. 199 CAMPER: Fully self contained Located In KeyttoneHgsM.lrose Mary. 964-0131. 1Q/g 2tpd t.'fur"'l.fI'4fd. 2 1/2 miT Comm.' 'I I ,t>'" fI"v 'tl
LOOKING FOR O special workshop for persons with CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: family room recreation $600 firm. Phone .r_. 10/15 f_":* foam Starke Call' rM.yr: ,, \ I(.
piece of property If I developmentaldisabilities. I Free estimates. Local room swimming pool 431-1751. Itchg 10/8. Building lots $3900+ Up: 4x4 1973 FOtD :'SWBt 1'1' ( 96:6365.: for .... 'ti'1l t> ,tt Jr9l\.b ::
{LARGE ROOMS
don't have it. III find it-Just distributes for 171 BRONCO TRUCKi AND Oct..1."' "' "G\lq lIl1t..d.
Typing with office completely large oak trees on 1 acre. LokeLot.. $'.000+ Up. 4-speed; new engine, ''BATH: Stove'-' 1
a.k..JANE S. USHER. washable nationally Yellow and black PS PB "and salary.
CertiroMlSoyo.fGaoCall ;
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and Call clutch and brakes. $2500 *
management Worthington Springs AFFORDABLECustom or' refrigerator: bt/nfl/ } 'furnished. .
REALTOR 496.2126 or advertised Gard..tI.Drop.rl. AC big tires new 351 -Gaipy (''1'001'(904'| '' )
works
well with best offer.
public. 496-2308. 4tcha 10/1 10/8 Call 782-377O.
built .
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on No pets. 964
496.2903. Your ... SAW Phone43ii600 8071, .
Enterprises. 5000. ,
ev.s Call 431-1373: or 431-1614) 177 CHEVROLET PICK-UPs. 1 engine. shaded Itpd 10/08 264 4773. 'l/: c. A 1 hnJO. 1
lot. 2 BR, 2 BA. 1 chg 10/08
Union County Realtor tfn mail P.O. Box Ed or LomoStephen after 5:30: p.m. 1974 PLYMOUTH .'01_Unit Iff'ln r
or resume to ton. :350 automatic excellent Owner will finance with : 2-door; 8
326. '
4962219. 10/8 10/15.
2tchg
98. Roiford Florida 32083. condition twin cyl. Automatic transmission .
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE CUSTOM COMBINE WORK BRICK HOME FOR SALE BY 25% down. $".100. 0
Itchg 10/8. tanks,
sliding rear win : power steering
NEEDS.Call V.n.ra Brown Call Joe Usher OWNER 3 bedroom. 2 WHITE
496-2126 or : SANDS LAKE '
dow. Reduced to 2500. $1.000. Call 964.6867.ltpcl10OS i
4963022. Sandy Haz.n 496-2903' TFN 8/20. bath 1.900 feet :
FOR RENT 1967 Ford Pick-up 300. 6 square on 3IR 1BA Frame cottage en Classified
496-3994 eves or Gerri ten- I WILL NOT II RESPONSIBLE 2 acres of land. Phone beautiful tree shaded lot. PICKUPSIrom
cyl., 4 speed 4 wheel JEEPS. CARS.
non 4963140 Tiffin and for debts other than my drive, hunting lights.reduced .96.3875. serious Inquires White sand ....ch. $3J.. Available at locolgov.rnm.nt
Owens Inc. Realtors Rt 2 TWO BEDROOM MOBILE own Laurie Amos Green. only. Itchg 10/8. "
to $1,500. Excellent auctions. For
Box 783 Lake Butler FL. HOME] Furnished or unfurnished 4tchg 9/179/24 10/1 10/8. PLANT SALE: Free EnglishIvy $47.000.Office
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mechanical condition call Data .G
directory
Surplus
'73.7076I.
tfn 86ATTRACTIVE central heat air. .
chg. BABYSITTING and Wedelia. SPECIAL
Monday thru i9l6Chevy' 1/2 Ion 6 : 1 ..... Fee Greek Center ((413)) 330-7800.. : ;;;; t'Jstilts
BRICK HOME 3 $160 a month plus $100 Friday. Snacks. hot lunch. Sultanas 50 cents Vltex ., :
cyl., automatic, $1.800. iO/CBltchg 10/22 -., ,
bedroom 2 both In Lake deposit plus utilities. No Well supervised fenced Phone 496-3819 TFN 9/24. $3. All plants in galloncans 473-3410 .
Butler' with assumable pets. Call 496-2366 after 1 yard. Ask for Evelyn at $1 Sale ends Sot.. .

mortgage qualified p.m. TFN '9/17. 4963923. TFN 10/1. Oct. 17. Contrary Mary's r ,

buyer-many nice extras MOBILE HOME! 3 bedroom. GARAGE SALE! Saturdayand Help WantedWe Garden< SR 121 in / ',. .rr r ,J.',;, t. f.
convenient to schools and 1 1/:2: bath must have first- Sunday. Oct. 10 and are seeking 'a LaCrosse Phone 462-1561.. "'1' 4. ;'

shopping-far more Information last months rent in city 11. brick home next doorto serious minded person closed Sunday, and; :Mon..

call Main. Real fimits of Lake Butler Community Center In.olfard. male or female who day. 3tchg 9/.2" 10/V1. 10/8. ,

Estate. Realtor 496.3978. Phone 496-2595 2tchg 10/1 Sofa bed needs to EARN above J' ./.1 ,

Itchg 10/1. 10/8. . .. / tJ '
dishwasher TV. banjo average income to SER. WANTEDMOBILE ::11 I f. r. .

TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING etc. I'hon.31.16OO. Itchg VICE our customers in '' .'
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AAA RENTi Union MACHINES County Times FOR INSURANCEMAINES this area..We'll help you HOMES 'WANTED: : 'r a t' ",....
EARN while Will pay cash far your used ," "'''' \ .
REAL ESTATE 85 SW 2nd Ave., lake you : ', .
mobile : 'rJtt
w
hame..Ray Powell, :
LEARN Flexible Hours ...
AGENCYPh. Butler. We also repair office INSURANCE AGENCY I, i'S"d" ,& '
4'96.3377.'TfN.
752.0577 machines. Phone 160 S. Lake Ave.. lake Car Helpful, call for ) .', )Trl.';:. "- .. .." ) '.. 't" I '..". ".J ;

'Immaculate 496-2261: : for more Information. Butler. 496-3978.' Complete interview appt. Collect 1), i : ( '.
2IR. 2 BA ,. : '.
TFN 10/1 Insurance Service. TFN 8-10 a.m. Only "f -: 'Pit"W 1'-. < ,
doublewlde Small' ;
((1300 ft : ;
Ij-
: Fenced bock ysrd;sq.lawn) '372-0565 ., I% .wl I1iJ ,' .... .' 'i". i:.j' ;:, "

shade; garden area en 2 VINERA BROWN TIFFIN S OWENS, INC. ;, ",-Classified: Ads t ." .. ,
acres. 4".3022" ...u,... ', 71f] :

} 3 BR brick home 0" Sander 1-54.x.x) .. .ti; t' ; i Bring Big Results! .d
son Rd. Attractive setting: Sandy Helenl'te3994 High Cost of Living Got You Down?' 1-. 'invest l :
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nicely landscaped. Built to 1131 NW 13th St 1' ; $2.50 today, call the Telegraph (Starke t ).' ;;;",., ,
last with oak "
end "
flooring *
G.rrlllIOft" Gainesville.Fie '
steel) gable supports. Lg 444-1140 964-6305; 'the .Monitor : ;.(Keystone" )Hgts.);: ,
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carport and workshop LAKE BUTLER .t! 473-2210; or the Union County ''TJrnes (Laklj .'; '*,< ?
ly Appointment Onlyi 4 BR. N BRICK VENtER HOUSE. elo !Info town 1.57 APARTMENTSNow '" : 0 '
3 IA custom built home. < : : ; ';* ,* ,<*>: .* iJ., ,
8uIIer,496.2261..TOOAYt "
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Call for
38R / .
1
amlly room and kitchen acres, IA. astum. mtg.' u taking applications for;1-2-3-4 BR .,' :#?" .
combo has aver toO It. details. Ad Deadline itk'N\ 8t t'' .
sq. August occupancy, These all lectric Tuesday Noon ,ft"v .;

Has Jisobled.design features for the U 1 ACRE LOTi Wooded partially' cI.or.d. units are spacious, with lots' 61, closet '. ".': >'o7-j', 1 : '1.', \: : ;; .% ,

The PrIncess Affordable.attracIve Mobil. homes allowed. OH SR-121 on Little t' \.0 ; 3

end unique. 3 BR. Springs Road. Owner Financed.B3. space and all have wall-to-wall 'Carpeting ; 'tiM 'f '" ** ft*.1'1 *1,111... :

.I I 1/2 BA. CM/A. W/W .*> ACRE LOT high and dry. Very wooded. drapes and kitchen applIance.,, ,On ; .j' "J 'k.' ".<,''..| .3 e'{f"j.' ,..,5J rtu:) e i' "ii 10 IWTmlt J:;
lerpet.
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Land From A Lot size toots Owner financed. only $500 dn. Off 23?. site laundry facilities. Rental assistancefor ;4/ .\ !,., :

j of Ac,... ." RESIDENTIAL lOTj Highway frontage.' qualified applicants. I $iLi" '. ..i'iJ,1, ....",. .. .'''" ,,. J ;,',r. ,' : '.

Notary Service Lovely homeslte. For .applications and information tMUUCK ::1dp7.. : y. :,f.t1tn'tH! r. ?!)hiq bcu n. "
for Union' _. ... .
Jehu Leii fovd Ceunty, Jr.Realtor please see us .'at 1005 :S.W. 6th St., Lake t I ,. ... ..',...._...._.__ y.-.rlt...- ------.-..-.._-- _--...---...._- ....... .'

Associate w.'...... top qualIty' ecreege with efferdeble .. Butler Florida 32054 or ,Call 496-3141.

496-... LookINg for forms, reel estete er Investment ,...,.."" Equal Housing Opportunity..

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AD PERSONAL 'PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALEOAK HOMES HOMES

Deadline for a classified SERVICES 'SERVICES I J FOR SALE FOR SALE

ad is TUESDAY NOON < USED NEWSPAPERALUMINUM fiREWOOD FOR SALE

preceding Thursdaybefore : COOL' SEAL FOR TRAILER SAVE TIME GAS 8 MONEY.HMOpercenf PLATESi 24 .x Truckload $10.00. Call 10 AC..ESIF.nc.d'8ahlo KEYSTONE-STARKE AREA
publication: ,,TOPS materials- labor ( ). Do,your* '36" 23* each. Bradford Sunshine Acres,' 464-7699 posture, huge oak and New home for sate. Also rulilleJarREALTY
Minimum charge $2.50 ,furnished. $79.00. Cbrlstmoa: Shopping of County Telegraph. or came out between 9:30: pecan trees; fruit tr.....3 quality built homes, $22 "
(Cover 15 Words) 43101827.16 tfn. home. Over ?3<50 Items to 964.630S., tfn, and 3:00: pm ,and will BR. I BA home, double p.r ,q. fro built on your lot (

Each word over 15 is 10' SILLS SAW choose from. Coll NEW CARPET NEW ft USED) load. 10/08 tfn enclosed garoge: 20x30 or ou.... Adams ,4 Hall,
SHOPi Compl.t..harp..I..g 9444813. 9/17 4tpd IO/08 Furniture 'I .AppliancesPlumb AKC BOXERS! Registered
Not responsible for, error barn 2 utility buldllngs, 473.2056 or 479-2128. 6/4 t1
service, circular If ,YOU HAVI GONI TO fixtures and pipes mole Fawn with black 10x40 front porch newcarpet TFchg. ....
when given over the hand, carbide. CASH TV turn your old TV BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 mock 13000. Call and vinyl. $56,000. TH I
phone or when copy Is not chain mower blade hollow tower Into cosh. Phone South 9646679. 2/5 473. 309. 10/08 3tpd 1022REGISTERED Ph. 964.5388.Itpd 10/08 CUSTOM HOMES! now CECILIA PHONE 964-7776 -

typed and brought to the ground and balanced. 41S.'232 oft.r'S pm. 10/01 tfnchg. under construction TERWILI GAR 205 N. Templo. Starke jjjj:
Leave at Jackson
Building '2tpd 10/08 LIMEROCKt 20 yard semi- QUARTERHORSE 'MAREi S overlooking Starke Coun .
office. Supply In Starke. Keystone INTERESTED;>> IN JOINING 9 lead only Phone yrs. old, $1200. Call HOMES try Club. Adams and ,Hall irSINCfffD/Blff "
Heights or Lake. Butler. country rock band' For In. 7823172. Lewtey, ALLEN 964-6213 after. 6 pm I Itchg Strawberry Acres =; 3BR.2BA ; Builders Phone 473.2056 "W"'ffC PFOPlf IN TOUCH WITH,PEOPLE
TFchg formation call 782-3093 TAYLOR. 7/30 tfn. 10/08 '.2' acres fenced or 479-2128. 6/4 TFchg.

YARD SALEFRI ALCOHOLICS MOOS ANONY- between 3 and S; 782-3896 DO-DROP-/N BARGAIN REFRICCRATORSiApartment stocked f.ponds.........SSI.000.Lawteyt .... CONVENIENT! Starke loca SPECIAL '

Phon 964-9148 after 5 pm. Ages 16 20. HOUSE 301 South size for solo Can be seen 3 BR, 1 blk. from tion. By owner 4 BR houseat 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA CORNER LOT next
% SATiOct. and 10, or 9647619. only. Itchg 10/08 ....6740. We Buy and SellUsed at 600 Adklns St. Itpd 31900. -
TFchg school shody.S26.000. 727 Cypress St., 6 blocks to Southside Elementary
7:30: am Ill 6 pm. Gum. CAKE DECORATING Furniture end Appliances. 10/08
Reduced $22,000. west of US 301 and I block
tewing machine; office CLASSES will begin October 1/13 tin. DOBERMAN PUPPIES Male HAHfff RAf 0/A $30,000 financing for qualified buyer.
d.sk; dinette set w/4 SEWING MACHINES 13. from 7 til 9 pm.Register PURE BRED REGISTERED and female. Pure bred, not north of SR 10O. Call Andrea Payment approx. $250.00 per month.
chain; 19 Inch Zenith colorTV REPAIRED, All makes now. For more In ANGUS lULL 3-yr. old. registered. $50 each. Edwards Extra nice. SER homeLawtey Stockbridge,
; hi-chair; double bed; cleaned oiled and adjusted formation call 964.6456 Phone 964-8336 James Rd.. Maurice Edwards $24.000. Own.rIin. 1.904.359.5151. 9/24 3tchg

linens; double and king $] S. Work after 6 pm.'Itchg 10/08 Gasklns, TFNchg 5/14. Jr. Itpd 10/08 Submit,.....terms.Awerd .......... 10/08 Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
size bed: spreads; dishes;' guaranteed. James DO YOU LlKI..ARTIIS' Havea RECONDITIONED TV'S Col. BAHIA HAY $1.00 per bale 3 8R HOME! Work shop low maintenance adult housing offering charm.

pots, pans and mar. 7 mi. Strickland. corner Morgan' toy and gift parry. ors starting' at 10000. pickup up In field.SI.50 at remodeled Winning ham en newly Hwy. barns, trailer, hook-up on comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
south of Stark on SR-100. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg Receive free merchandise. Trade-Ins welcome. Phone born. Edwards. Road. 9 acres. SR-100 S. Call starting at 33400.
1001. Must to
on I.ft. Cloversettle CHAIN LINK FENCE Install Call for detail Ph. 9648212. 6/11 tf... Maurice EdwardJr.. Itpd Screened see ap 9648350. $48,500 10/01 * * * *
Farm. Itpd 10/00 ed. Free estimates. HandyMan 964-6279. 10/08 preciate. porechase
Poultry Itchg WATKINS PRODUCTS* 10/08 > tfnchg
PORCH SAUi New low seat Fence Co. 96/-8559. ENCORE CONSIGNMENT Known for its famous liniment REMINGTON 270 PUMP with front ft back utility FOR SALE OR RENT, $18.000. LAKt SANTA PI Custom built 2 story nearly new 3 BR.
TFpd. 1211.TVI'IWRITII rm-wark hop. cen. H/A 3 S. 3200 ft. 2 deck B balcony fireplacestove
on acres
floor SHOFIs sq.
and chair: lamps now accepting and vanilla extract scope: fiberglass tool box Near town and church. 511
tool; silverware set; misc. REPAIR, Coll winter clothe on consignment and much more. 10 percent and dog box! 8.3 cu. ft. range, refrlg.$45,000.Aaafffa aaaA. St. Clair St. 2 BR, 1 BA ,'r.frlg. trash compactor oversized 3 car garage
household items. No the Office Shop 110 W. Clothes must be discount to all Senior freezer. Call 9 4.S072.Itchg 2Ba /frame home. Phon.own.r. CHBA, ceiling fans, carpeted shades B. drapes, water
clothes. Fri. and Sat., Oct. Call St., Starke. for details clean unwrinkled In style Citlsens. Also hove party 10/08 3 Super lots Bargain In SeuthgatewU'x23' 3BR. on 964.7707. Itpd softener burglar B fire alarm complete sprinkler
9 and 10 12 noon tll ...2 964-9764. tfn. and In good condition. 321 plan. Call anytime. screened system paved driveway fruit trees > BO an water RI9
patio
I 1'2 ml. from Stark on N. Temple Ave.. Stork. 9646279.1008 tfn 5.000 PAIR OF 'LADIES 3 BR WOOD FRAME walls R20 ceiling Invest now $110.0001

MM6 E. Watch for sign GLASS Doors,CUT windows TO ORDER, etc. 96/-5648. Itchg 10/08 NORGI DRYER: Needs belt SHOES $.65 each; Oil or furn.utility, bldg.misc.Price, 'lawn Inc.tools patio, HOUSE:Furnished. Must be !.RD Is I. ROOM TO ROAM B acres B nearly new large

Itchg 10/08 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLV CARPENTRY WORK replaced. Used v.ry little. part. Stsve. 904-737-4633 riding lawn mow.r.wo.h.r moved from lot. Will sell I attractive brick home. CHAA fully Insulated 2 car
FOUR FAMILIES! Fri. and 9646078. Orders also Remodeling no plumbing.Free Like new. $100 Will consider 9/24 :3tchg 10/08 ft dryer refrlg., house and furniture! garage.fireplaces. burgler alarm system Int.rcom with
Sat. Old dishes; 2.can; taken In Lake Butler estimates. Ooodreferences. trade. 782-3339. PEAS U-PIck $4.00 per -$55,000. separately. Call 964,5289 or stereo screened In back porch water softener one of
baby clothes; furnltur.: 496-3079 and Keystone Call Glen Net FOX ft DEER HOUNDS Allrogl.t.r.d. bushel. Five different. range of.AA a......... 782-3495 for Information., the lots with horn. has well s.ptlc tank t electricity 4 canhave
will be Thursday
bikes; tools: antique col.I. ties 964-6341 or Arthur Selling Out. types ready 1 tchg 10/08
Heights; 473-4973. 2/26 and will be available 31R, 2Ba.. Spanish style a trailer.COUNTRY .
Ice table; gas heater. Lots Masters, 964-5882 CHEAP. All good. MarcusL.
home lot In CB home 4 old with
tin Off on spacious ESTATE years appro
for weeks. SR225At
ol misc. Hammond Road anytime. 10/08 2tpd 10/15 964-3222. 2.3
NEW AND USED ..WATERCONDITIONERS Conner Star".. 32000. Restaurant 2900 ft. 24 SR !Inear Hampton Lake 3
of 35th St. Trail sq. plus acres on
off US-30I North. Itpd SCLEANING SERVICES Starke. Fl. 10/01 Hn corner a**..*..*.*... .
10/08 Sales and General cleaning for Half and 85th Ave. Cecil Liwlty Ra. BR 2 8.2 fireplaces CHBA large barns pond, fenced Icrouf.nc.d
your BULLDOG PUPPIES
Service Coll for free wat.ranaly'I' In Country) On 1 ecre lot. 3 value $113,000.LAKE .
SALE and home office. Call Jean- Crawford. Itpd 10/08 Dinner Amazing
GARAGE Fri. or English: half Pit. 8 wks. Specials
I IA come
BR partially
and Information while sand Rd.
with a
Oct. 9 and 10. 8 til nle. 964-8350. 10/01 tfnchg GENEVA LOT Pretty trees
Sat., am 964.5673.3/12 tfn. old. $40.00 each. Call pl.t.d frame ham with Friday SundayCltickin LEO
,.Lots of miscellaneous 10/08 .2oo.
782.3120..Itchg
'n
goodies. 842 W. Lafayette. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK COMMERCIALPROPERTY KENMORE REFRIGERATOR! Mobile Home stocked Janet pond.M. Starling 19500. Catfish DumpllniFrith .!'COUMTKY CLUB. Now B luxurious. well designed. a well
built brick with fireplace huge walk-In closets Perfect
Itpd 1008SATURDAY SERVICE! Bradford County with crose-top freezer 19.
AND SUNDAY residential pump-outs, cu. ft. Approx. 2 1/2 yrs. 12x55 3 bedroom, Realtor.712.3931 Spaghetti w/mMt sauce far the family that loves golf B tennis
October 10 and 11. Furniture $90. We also re-lay drain old. Excellent cond. Call 1968 Gregory. For Michael '.Ceeney Only $2.99 !KINOSLIY LAKE Brick duple Rent or use as home I

clothing and lines. Phone 964-8121.; BRADFORD MINI 4734310. I tpd 10/08 information call Assoc. 964-8137 Under 12. $1.99 !301 S 33 ACRES B HOMi One of Bradford's finest
ml ace II oneous. Immokolee 9/28 TFchg. WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX USED REFRIGERATORS! Excellent tfnchg I Now HIV Cold! Beer residences with ever 3000 Sq. Ft. plus fin. acreage, hand-
Road. Follow signs. SIGN PAINTING Commer for sale. 80 pet. condition, $100 and 964-6529.io/ same barns, split rail fence Impeccably maintained.

Keystone Heights.' Itchg clal and private. We will owner financing availableat up; Used Sears Kenmore .!.215. .W. WASHINGTON Zoned commercial Charm B
10/O8 design. Call' 964-8669 11 pct. IVfc acres with gas stove, excellent deserve consideration, not comfort of older home with traditional fireplace and ..at.I. .
Your customers personal
before 3 p.m. 496-3291 room for expansion. Phone cond.. $75 and up. Ph. In kitchen 2000 sq. ft. CHBA carpeted drapes- 4 eMtra
Yard Sale anytime. 7/2 tfn. 964-7231. 10/08 2tpd 10/15 mechanical. If you are losing money from no one lots .
financed.'SQUARE I.
owner 473.2735.9/21 tfn, owner <<
while out contact us, 24
answering phone you're ,
South St. Clair SHOP FOR SALE OR RENT x.- your 9 ACRES plus horse barn set up 'far mobile
ALTERATIONS SEWING 'I. hours a day 7 days a week.
1800 feet air with tank B 1 cleared
sq carpet v ,home well septic electricity acres
Starke. Saturday & Dressmaking Custom heal 108 E Call St. Cal I C & M Answering Service fenced B cressfencsd SII.500. 4 miles NW ol Starke.BROOKLVN .

Sunday 9-5.. Misc. made. Call 964-8074. 964.7189 pr 064-5648.. Itch( 964.8830 !. LAKE-Cozy Board. B Batten cottage CHBA
Items. anytime. 10/08 4tchg 10/79 10/08 a Plenty of lineal References with deck.
ItpdlOllHELP
PROMISING BUSINESS! for 1121ESSjNT: RD.-lerae corner lot. nicely landscaped
sale low down payment. 3BR 2B CHBA plus attic fan, patio fenced bock yard 14
Owner financing. Call $645617 shed,
HELP x 21' lighted
WANTED WANTED 9647189. Itchg 1008BOATS' I !HOLIDAY INN HOUSE., Spacious, brick 4 BR, 2 BA

CH/A fireplace, carpet dishwasher, stove, carport paved
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPERS The'Imagemaker driveway fenced-$45,000 assum. mtg. of $27,000 .

help .WltlP'senil-tnvblla'. to.' FIREMAN (Lieutenant). 2yr3. I".n! .."."". ; is=TheG ; iia n. @",/,%. Mo. pmts, $264.54. _, ____.___ ___
Salary plus'room 'and ..., "A"tl.A&.U'I.s.*16 FT- CROSeVflbergtait !FamIIV7r0rrSrYtlagSalOtr.-r' )> -n ""EPPERSON". Owner financing CB 3 BR, I'/, B-CHBA

.. bg9rd. w6gtl: #64>: 685A gradwelp4cetndtigh.whQol: .).,,: bodt-CleonHihp Johnson i c' I U.S. 301 N., Starke "O& 'Santa:In'Disguise???" laundry. workshop. fireplace Indoor pool.
'M.t ,meet..requirements ..'' 'h_ semi-1' lets .
Lucille .iMundorifi '639.i,< j motor 'duty' DAVIS ST. OFF 301 Nine acres more or owner
Laura St., 8/27 tfn. for certification as set forth trailer $950.00. See at across<(< from Powell's tBJI Not",,". But with an tarty morning paper route you can tint a good financed has potential' for mobile home park

HELP WANTED! Work In by Firefighters Standards Meadows Tropical Foliage Oper. Debra Norman stand bwoiM. !. !Mp py these upcoming. Christmas biNs n only RAirottD From.3 BR I B Cypress barn B stables pool

your own home. Some Council. Salary Hwy.301 South Starke. Ph. ,984-7100 takes t then) Urns etch day. People arc nettled l for MM Broofcar.Brahlnt. dBJ. fenced a cressfencad only 23500.

work history, name, address 1040000.Hall, Starke, Apply Florida City no '964-8449 after 4 pm. Itpd 'New*! yaw chsnci for a f Slarkt Kinfilty Like artai. DaHibla/ car ft cash bond !101 COUtY RD. Brick 3 BR. 1 1'1. B VA loan of

and phone to: later than Tuesday October 10/08 CampMa Make Over spoilt _".ay. Far mart Informatlen Ml Ona Naught at $2 ,305. @"'/ %.

Mike, P.O.Mich.Box 68Watervll.t 13. 1981. Itchg 10/06 Motorcycle $30.00 64-1170 or 4737322. 101'.t8l15-/ ,!SR IB JUST OFF 301 Frame home on ,1.4 acres with
49099
CMca at,.,.. ", .1. ar ctfsr pecan trees
4tchg 9/17.10/8 !I02*EASTWOOD DRIVE -CB 3 BR I'/.B on quiet street.
DIESEL MECHANIC to help Help wanted "7i HONDA HAWK 400 plus kato cut a styles', .334 N. MYRTLE CHBA Assum. mart. B owner will
maintain fleet of tractor Carriers for paper $750.00. Call 964.5169. make .p ft- eyebrows arched. f take back second.
trailers. Must be ..x.perl.nced Itchg 10/08 .
and willing to route in Starke area.

work, Salary,' negotiable. Call Florida Times- 1 Portable Buildings Wayne Realtor Douglas A..aclat.-Aft.r Broker-Salesman Hours.964-6S93
Coil 473.4971,,Itchg 10/08 union from 9-5 p.m.
RNs 'Arm''LPJKlst If you'd like 964-5165. SSZHHJ F STAB. If Byron T.rwlll.gar..4.776 Fred Sackett Broker-Salesman Martha Dorko-712-3197 46I-U
to'stay1 Active In -
Uiilon. boi'a'oiVr.VanT :' C4J'JI111IDY Anne Terwillegar Nelton-475-1477
.t :
work"oil of the time and: 1M ,. I. May 301S .r ,984-6020 p ,Moore'sSports Li

don Twahl* all, the.hotsle of, BJ 6X10( thrCn2X50
a bid' *lhlar;'", have an j Starke Phone ,,",
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Sun
op6onsf| iI'"\for you. You IREcav&'Y ii .,
964.5791New
carl' woYkA1iV 'small; Florida :
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STARKE SHOE REPAIR Beat the Cold .r.= r
hoiprYM I IrV SttfrkSflnd(j w-.'//r; The, Recovery' 'Room of 141" _

woVft'wifh+ ouitga4ang.ttschedtie '' '' Lake City,local Dlst.Archie .. 416 E. Call Street Merc. 9.8-R g. 1295.,..... .. j Special M035 (let t your firewood! l early Semi-Truck Driverstak
.
i Funeral
hbt fl li: you Tanner 'Storke or Fine $40. pick.
Ft. 32091 Or Heavy Equipment
\.t..I1uJ1JM..able..to-\ : Home 964-5737: Starl'.., Fl.fiLMO8ILE'HOME ", New Merc. 18 Reg. ,1495.,,' . Special 1295 up load( 1 or $70 per cord. Opwoton Start locally
964.6261
c loose v ')'f t.4f't.| ,,fronds f fall Thomas :Nettles: IOU,F.H
lifts you work.. ,Pay I ise New Merc.4tOElrReg.: '2295 Special 1895 I 100-3<02*M4
'" 14' I . Lake Butler
c impctlnw a hdP.reiusS { .r "
{ : AA SBBtial far October 4'W7.J8! : :
Fpb biff IWoht"nfotroiatlon differentials are paid/contech INSURANCEJ I J New Merc; 50EL.Reg?:2995 .,. -Special 2295 HI 11111" MOBILE t ; HOME

Jheo We lines*'P.rso&nbtegistry.c720'SW HOMEOWNERS mm BBilITtf IMP IILII
( Second I New Merc. JOEL Reg?3295.<. Special 2595 SERVICE. POLES' "'
POLICIES $'.50 a pair MOBILE HOME t

.WPR Avenue Is located, Gainesville.The In Suit. AT When,You Bring This! .! Ad New Merc, 80EL Reg. 3495... ? ?. Special I '2895 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS

,J03 ol REASONABLE TES
the Plain
{across from Physicians Alachuo ..... New Mer ; 90EL PT Reg. 4395. .Special '3695 POLICIES AT ,200 AMP.

,.General' Hospital. For .Olln'i rVloblU REASONABLE RATES *35'
'more Information, call Home Sale. FRQFESSI0MJ.L TREE New Merc 115EL PT Reg. 4895. Special- 3895 ......... Cilt' Injtim*

,'am 3734950 lOllS to 9 pm.weekdays 10/00 2tchg 8.3O ..hon.FREE QUOTES 964.5606 -' All PfUZB Types ESTIMATES* insured .1 New Merc,,150 ELPT Reg. 5695 ., .Special '4695 WARNINGHurrcone season fs I upon

us II ore on. ol the
I M. Olin I Agent .. you
Elltln. Call TheRiM I. IlflIll!
If" few who don have In.
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\ t ', ):sfAd 1 Wttl II!
q1y 4SM731 Lake latter Service Specialists I surancef/ and when a

Outboard Mertruiser SternDrive FibergUts Repair hurricane! approaches., you Drillinn
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District will institute 00 Crunch

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water use permits next fallWater 147...

No Rilnchick
users in the 14-county Suwan- Individual Permit- Required for
nee River Water Management any withdrawl! exceeding 10 million
District (SRWMD-) which includes gallons a day or an average of two) I'
Bradford County-will be required to million gallons a day. Coronet BUTTERY nrFEE WPCOHH
obtain consumptive-use permits "By WITH PEANUTS jj
the fall of next year," it has been Permit applicants must agree to Clorox Bleach 2 Liter
learned.In continue voluntary cooperation with Delta
the district in the collection of water-
Plastic Bottle
held in Live
separate meeting
data, and bleach in Crunch'nMunch
us hydrologic monitoring 1 liquid
gallon
Oak and High Springs this week,John
Shoemyen, a district water resources assist in long range planning. For a platic jug. Toilet I Tissue ,
farmer this help wuld include COKE
,
told
planner citizens that "the in-
stitution of the permits would estimates of how large he expects to flavored'
Toffee
guarantee the legal rights to the increase his crop during the coming tsPOP.:
the of and the corn and
water by the users." year types crops
be amount of water he expects to need. Limit99c g6gPaCk(:
Irrigators will given the top
priority for water when it is needed "We"need you to help us plan for the 6 9 .63
most, Shoemyen said. Farmers who future, he said. "We don't want to" Ea. ,
irrigate are considered the biggest promise your water to someone else. 2 No RilnclMCk Ea.
The district includes the counties of
water users in he district. The plan
would not affect homeowners.He Bradford, Union, Madison, Taylor,
Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette, Dixie
Christmas
explained that the agency must
have Gilchrist, and Columbia and partsof
a permitting system in effect to
Jefferson, Baker and
establish legal grounds enabling the Levy
Alachua
district to block attempts by other counties. Flowers
areasnotably Southand certain Local SpecialGroup .
Central-Florida areas- from taking growers
the water. in. ;
Shoemyen stressed that the water meet in BrookerLocal C- are r
supply in the district has not reacheda
critical stage, as it has in other sections growers met with an official ChooseNow
of the state, but with a predicted from the Bureau of State Markets at a STEREOS
water crisis in South Florida,increased standing room meeting at the
pressure would certainly be applied Brooker elementary school Tuesday
to this area to supply their de to discuss the spring growing season. 0
mand. He also predicted a 250 percent "There will definitely be a market
increase in water use over the next 20 here," said W.O. Whittle, chief of 2 5 for Best
years. Bureau of State Markets. "We have a Q
Permits would be based on how the market (facility), we have the
much water is used, rather than the buyers and we have the equipment Selectionsibs
number of wells a user has drilled. We'll be here in full force.
The plan that the district is considering The remainder of the meeting was Off
would require either of two per- spent in a round-table discussion of 13.99
mits: the various problems encountered
General Permit- Required for during the past growing season. Near- |Rubbermaid Roughneck Refuse Con-
any withdrawl! not exceeding a max- future land use and crop selection was X00 and Iner Space-saving rectangular shape
imum daily rate of 10 million gallonsa also discussed at this time. Yith a big 30 gallon !, Special
capacity
day or an average of two million The growers plan to meet again 'Instant Krazy Otuee Bonds In rugged design features steel-wire latches
sometime in mid seconds.3 gram tube. Plastics
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