Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01722
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Hurricane DavM's. most severe
damage was a felled tree limb. on
Walnut Street. City employees (left t.13 Workshop Set
cleaned up Tuesday afternoon. Men :.

ren Usrabee (above) looks dwarfedas ,!;
he surveys te damaged tree and -
two employees (below) at Miller's ;' \ I
a Supermarket Is Keystone Heights :" :
L tape store windows preparation for "

: '1r David's potential fury. n New School Budget : ,


4'A1 work session on Supt. Tom $4,243,767. The operating budget In- budgets. It Is made up largely of
aI.y'. proposed $e.2 million cludes $5.508,262 in student earned salaries to the 400-plus school ,
operating budget .is set Thursday dollars from the state and $737,505 In employees from Supt. Casey on '
Sept. 13,at 7 p.m. In the school board local required effort,, or county pro down. The huge salary cost takes
meeting room In the administration perty taxes. The county, or school away flexibility from the operating
building; on North Temple Ave. district, contributes only ill percent budget however.In .
4 Refusing to approve the huge of the school's operating budget; the addition, the total school: budget :
balance comes from the state. The includes:
*74 p ', study MWflO the'school spending bill board without last Thursday more operating budget I. the one the school .$968,624 in state construction 1'
: board has the most control and funds called Special Revenue Funds
:, I Aug. SO, set up the work sessionto ,
." : f become more familiar with the by far the largest of the four school (see page .1") ,1

'I2 '. i I"". "' \. ,budget. The board Indicated it Is In 1
tereftted not so much In adding or subtracting : I
: .. "I' ; 0 : money from the budget but '''
,, 1 ma jt reaUocatelundl. CETA Policeman' '

"IIM'i to Board members indicated they ;
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11 Iii.. ;.enonlfeb textbook money Is provided .. '
_It. look Into the athletic ..up.k'$5t1s "
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'nut that may prove Insufficient to pur ," '\' 'j; .
; '\chas. .books needed in several area :

.,' English at we high Instructor school Julie, according Miller who to Lawtey\Chief FindsAn : <: :. t.

by Principal Jim Dun
up .".
.' attempt by Police Chief' M.M. something ,with him> 't11ief'.Jordan.
+ 1 (.paid'. for extra cure Jordan to fire CETA policeman David said, 'approaching the i council table
,. .' k. .Sted ,tt Such -as football Huber was denied by Lawtey coun- and pointing his finger at Chairman
,directors; cheerleader: Scott. ,' .
'cllmeti and Huber will
Tuesday night
t .11. "',ilt {n' other were brought up Huber has issued citations in thepast *
.1.... ,,"' !,,,( J.T. Parrisli who finish his:.contract with the fire week Jordan said.no :

f. noted Increases several positions.! department.The council also approved the The council asked Jordan If the
'0'J' ', Principal j Jim Duncan agreed, but budget In a 3-2 vote, and rescinded the council gaveHuber an oral reprimand
noWa the total amount of money has 3.0 pillage rate Increase approved would Jordan let it go at that."Nol" .
-,not mwn ct un ed. ', :> '
: Jordan said
David Dud Here Thank Goodness 6 I > apprctvJ S".1Sg : Aug 8. Jordan asked
: a board, the !< had previously Chair
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: dSl la .*|levy recommended by,t3uptTam "I want him fired Chief Jordan man Robert Scott to temporarily suspend ,
: .. ,. Cf 'j la1ut.la1t_$* IOUAL! ,told, the council of Hubert whose con- Huber until .Itle. flUm:1I could
r .' r." ...-.flllenh8thiio1i1r artrwfA1 en' .::orn' ,'' ;r'tDavld; 'r lppet through.: ):tktfTCAnb "."' +atl: ti..ii.. tp W":klwfttie' l"'n,'\vof loclirwjolmi aC44 effort,OttCh':school.boardin .$- "'". ,lract ep1r.. tfpt3oCMonda fwrthe',-"'look into ttw t( rl$ vtt safdlfpbar( .
C8lJP"a'tMi! heanejThe :.hurricane! season, bealcausing over bon deaths and "took care of everything." /: the state to required to levy dismissal are "Insubordination" should be allowed to work. -
which began in June has been millions of dollars in damages then "Yea. we prepared for this for two to beeUttble for itate school funds. because Huber did not show up for Jordan argued that he should have
christened with the squalls and gusts headed for Florida, making days..and not a thin happened. It I The local! required effort was lowered work on several weekends and refused the right to hire and fire as supervisor
of Hurricane David and fortunately thousands flee their homes for safer was all for nothing Green shook ,: from 0.44 to S.15 this year as part of to Issue tickets to anyone at 3 a.m. of CETA employees under his supervision
there were no damages for Bradford grounds. As David crept northward his head. 'j Gov. Bob GrahanVs properly tax In the morning. but council members
.. .County residents. Bradford County residents began Green also said people should listen .f, reduction program, but is a one-year Huber said this charge Is untrue, disagreed. Councilman Hiram
preparing for the worst to the local radio station WPXE, for reduction.: saying the real problem was overtime "Buster" Bennett suggested the city
Several in Starke began tap bulletins on weather conditions. He I The totali 197940 school budget is owed him. draw up some guidelines for.the hiring
'(tJt l dtutt UTrtcr ing windows people securing their said several people were calling the J' $9.5 million. That Includes the "I will not work him In my depart. and firing of employees.
'\ trailers up and stocking up on batteriesand jail and police station, which is unnecessary 4 operating budget the main budget of ment. You-all will have to do CETA specialist Priscilla Tanner
; / candles. For some this was their and ties up the,lines in case said CETA employees are treated as
I I first hurricane-and for others, there is a real emergency.David any other employee and their hiring
-:- Ii \ they and falls under and federal
firing city
/ remember when Dora ripped through the season's is the Promises that to all a
I ,,.... Starke. causing $650,000 in damages. first | Casey ProgramFor regulations pertain
\ third killer hurricane of this century employees. Ma. Tanner explained a
"I don't mind if comes through to blast through the Caribbean causIng ; CETA worker has grievance rights If
: I here but we's prayin' that It don't death and destruction. Two' they feel they've been unjustly fired.
This ol' shack's been through lots of others Cleo in August 1964 and Inez in Profoundly Retarded Huber's wife, Gloria told the council
bad weather,and I Imagine It'll makeit September I960 made the same loop she doesn't"think It right or fair to
r J through this one," said one Starke over Cuba to Florida. Cleo went north ,- remove her husband from the Police
resident when asked if they were after hitting Haiti and went directly A promise to begin a program for Ing disabilities for the educable men- Department lust to accomodate the
preparing for David. over Miami. Inez slammed the 'profoundly handicapped child tally retarded, the trainable child, police chief' Several members of
:. L. County officials-fire departments, Hispanola, turned north and stalled either in Bradford or.in conjunctionwith and emotionally disturbed. the audience said Huber la the only
police and sheriffs departments-also off the Florida East Coast finally ending a neighboring county has been Supt. Casey said some provisionwill one who has been patrolling the
prepared for the worst They set up up at the Mexican Coast made by School Superintendent. Tom be made within the next few months streets.
shelters, and had all stations manned Cleo caused more than $115 millionin Casey." either to set up a profoundly In other business:
Thy doy.Soptombor t continuously Harry Green chief of damages 'Florida, but no deaths. At present the Bradford school retarded program here or make arrangements 'A request by CETA representativeDavid
': Strawberry 3wine.r.will the Bradford County volunteer fire Several north Florida resort areas district (county) has no program to with another county. Harper for the city to hire
boot' McDonald's( department, said the two-day were damaged before tornadoes and meet the unique needs of the profoundly Mrs. 'Bradford is the first formal Charles Carter, a CETA policeman,
M 7110,.m. preparation effort was "all for flooding were triggered in South retarded. But state law requires request has received to on a full-time basis with a $10.000 a
ti; D.mon.tr.tle Dane nothing" after David stayed away Carolina and Vir ina. each school district to provide start a profoundly retarded program year salary was turned down because
,,, from Starke. According to Gil Clark. National classes to help every student, even If Casey said. of budget problems.
lowtoy old Youth AMft.S. The blustery weather luckily caus- Hurricane Center forecaster,David is a special program has to be set up. Mrs. Lovell said she'd made a request Fire Chief Bill Crouse asked for
r;S. Mooting ed relatively little damage. A Clay bigger than Inez and Cleo were and Mrs. Nina Lovell grandmother of a two years ago. But Casey said, $300 in CETA funds for a radio In the
TAO"..M.L. Electric representative said they had also more powerful than the most profoundly retarded 8-year-old child Mrs. Lovell said then she'd take the tanker truck. Council members approved -
...$.'Horn. Sehol ,n', only a few power outages which was deadly hurricane of the century that appeared at a special school board child to Alachua County so Bradford the request.
k" '" "about normal for a blustery, rainy claimed 0,000 lives In Galveston Tex. meeting last Thursday, Aug. 30, and took no action thereby leaving Bradford The 3.0 millage levy previously approved -
j day." Starke Electric reported no in J900. Hurricane Audrey killed 390 officially requested that a program be an out was rescinded because council -
ti ,, .? Saturday.Soot. 8 .:. outages. Continental Telephone Co. persons in 1997: the Louisiana established here for the profoundly Casey said Bradford had an Woemat members were Informed they
had a few downed cables but nothing and Texas coasts, and Hurricane retarded. Mrs. Lovell brought her agreement with Alachua County could not increase the millage rate
l I lowtoy 01...Youth A..". m3j r. Carla killed 46 persons In 1961.; granddaughter to the meeting the but that with the advent of the without a'' special referendum. City
.. Done .... Motels hung out their "No Vacan- Clark said David was about the same school officials: to see. children at Sunland Training Center, Clerk Lucille Shuford said she was
; 7iOOltiOOp.m. '. cies" signs and turned several people strength as those two killer storms. The child, has been attending becoming the responsibility of the told the water utilities taxes could be
L....'I1.m.ntary. away as hurricane evacuees flocked Camille the most powerful hurricane special classes in Alachua County, Alachua County School Board the used in addition to the ad valorem
'. .'J I west and northward. All the area to hit the U.S., slammed Into but has been refused entrance to total responsibility of the Alachua taxes and Lawtey could qualify for
motels said they were filled up Mon Mississippi and Louisiana in 1969 kill- Sidney LanIer school In Gainesville board has apparently become. over federal revenue sharing funds
a r'I r.J 1 ., ). day night and most people were Ing 256 persons and causing $fA this term because her parents live whelming. I without levying three mills.
Monclo....... 10 heading back home Tuesday morn- billion in damages. outside Alachua County. The only "Supt. Tommy Thomas, at least CC Anderson requested the coun
I Hurricane Dora, one of two hurricanes way the child could attend school In who advised me; he sees no way In cil's approval for an addition to a
F County CommtMioitMooting ing.A shelter at the Bradford High that swept through Bradford Alachua County would be for her legal any reasonable future that we Will be 20-foot addition to the front of the
,, School for County,visited in September 1964-not guardian to be a resident of that coun- able to continue any other than hearphyslcally Philadelphia Church on MiddleburgStreet.
e:30o.m.C.ur111o.N: was open Monday night Just once but twice. After thrashingsee tog orchildren handicapped "The congregation Is hurting
those who felt needed it. Chief .
Harry Green said they 48 people showed ( page 1 up has been diagnosed as profoundly ,council authorized Anderson (opencoed -
for the night"Some retarded has to be hand-fed, and. said.Casey ,with an advertisement for the
said the profoundly retarded '
because of lack of muscular control,
.,dOY.I.Df.11 people Just panic In situations Dastardly David has to be, strapped' Into a special 'child: Is an area that must be addressed change.Qualifying time for the upcoming
? like th s..there was no real that 7 or 8 children will be involved
wheelchair which her head. December election Oct 2 and
SUCTION DAY suspends opens
reason for them to come to the here In the next several
The child has been being trained to years. closes Oct. 18,Clerk Shuford announc
: MMCMBIRTOVOTI Green said. Foils
shelter Escapees A meeting Is set with Supt Casey.
swallow so she can be fed prior to ed. Offices open will be chief of
:{ He said there had been IOme mix. Mrs. Lovell said to acquaint the
CM Commorco' ":- learning to swallow, food had to be police three council seats,and the City
up with the Red Cross, who was supposed old In superintendent with the type of
"Any port a storm they
Boord of Oovornor ,. say poured down her throat. clerk. Chief Jordan and Clerk
to man the shelter. They were therapy needed for the
but two Florida State Prison profoundlyretarded.
'' i' escapees Mrs. Lovell doesn't know why Shuford both said they intend W run
Mooring : busy In Jacksonville and St. Her .
so granddaughter Mrs.
their shelter under vehicles In
officials Council members foe.
U.IIPJM. suddenly refused toaccept again. up : reelection -
.. ,
Augustine Green said,so,the,Timber* the prison parking less_ than ade Lovell says, needs speech pathology
Gordon ttowront a r, 5, .. ,Tina, who had been attending well I are Scott. Massey, and
as as physical
quate. A third was found crouched Alachua classes. for two ,.,.. She therapy. Rosier.oThe.
BUAiwclotionr'i. ." between two fences.surrounding the suspects the change in attitude of "My set of laws says each child will new budget was approved on a
For Rotordod Otliott* ,' "' I. maximum security' prison. Alachua officials came ,when Brad be saved" Mrs. Level said. Casey 3-2 ,vote with Chairman Scott and
MIniNG Index. The three who tried to use the wind ford County attempted to have more a Councilmen Ben McCulley and
7tXo.m. .. and rain and cloudiness of Hurricane students entered Into Alachua She chose Alachua County two Wayne Massey voting for approval
f """" ....AcNe David to cover up their brief bid for schools. It was known In Alachua years ago over a babysitting class In Councilmen Marvin Rosier and
AH.....,..,04 rOrttoO TWO SECTIONS freedom were Larry G. Anderson 27, County that she was bringing the Bradford schools.Mrs. Lovell said. Buster Bennett did not .raise. their.
Ate......... SECTION At serving a life term for murder In Polk child from Bradford can tyday. "If any of you-all bad a child like hands.
".' ,Society...... .. pages IA,6A.'A County Henry K. Mitchell. 41, Mrs Lovell says, and for two years this you'd want the best for them." Chairman Scott asked city
eourtelYtot. sentenced to life for robbery in Macho officials looked the other Mrs. Lovell told the school board residents to bear with the Street
Editorial. . .. ....... f.94A Marion and '
JACKSHS'IIJUtJII News.. ... ,-... ... .. Pates.3A County;; James Davis 31, way members. They agreed. Department "until the pUcement oflifP'll
SeIMoIIIUdget... Page 11AZ 2A serving a 74-year term forrobberiain Eight pupils\ which would fit Into can be corrected. : Some street
.. .... Clay and Putnam Counties. prof undJy'retarded classes hare signs have been placed/incorrectly./
sirm Of Sterke.I Let els Keel Es? Page HA FSP Superintendent Dave Brterton been Identified in Bradford County, Scott said.

Hwy 30t .. 964.6078Ictyetpne SECTION BrSports. said the inmates wangled their way said Supt. Casey. Supt. Casey said a program for thelnloundly Massry, commissioner over :the
I .. past a gbard dog in getting over the The county currently "s a$330,000 retarded will need at least water system ,said Barry Watts
I Pages r44iaClassifieds. '
.rlwy tOO Aid H.19 2t-A 'u.. .._. ...... .F.goB double fence,' "less and termed the dogs" compensatory education program .three.pec Uatl .Wtt211 or'sttAJents...... :,,, removed trw that were to danger of
Obltvaries... .. .. Page SB performance than'effective, serving 900 students for children with the program 1IhoWd.11.for.1tae1f, falling( on the water plant"The council >
473 4973' due to
possibly David.
dastardly: visual handicaps, for specifVi learn- ,Casey said. thanked Watts.A. .


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!f i Bradford., School Board Shells Out $796.. to Find "Hot Spots... "at BMS

f r Ever have trouble finding where It may be cheaper to pay for a few something must be done. Make a notation of a change on the facia butts up underneath the cave outside air leakage( SaUey said. Running -
r you put things change orders such aa the |7M to "I can see both aides" said board as-buitt drawings don't make new drip allowing outside air into plen- the hotter air through the cooling:
Well to does the Bradford school move the is thermostats than to hire member J.R. (Jim) lawson.. In the drawings, suggested Parrish. turn the air space between the ceiling: system causes It to work harder the
board. It has to put out$786 to have 15 someone to keep up with changing the future, notes should be made "It's a tough thing. Every county of the room and the roof. Airconditiong architect pointed out
thermostat moved in the Bradford drawings said contractor Ernest .somewhere so the architect would be goes through this tame thing. costs could be reduced The system is maintaining the
,.' Middle School to solve called "hot Trial aware of changes made. noted the architect."I 30-40 percent If that Joint was sealed, temperature however, SaUey said.
spots" in the air-conditiong system. What Is the recommendation on the "Mr. Lawson, I would not disagree get a feeling sometimes that but It would cost an estimated$25.000 No action was taken.
thermostats, chairman Vernon but who will for architect told the school
The thermostats were not in the responsible carry everybody la expected to be perfect Salley board.
Parmenter asked? ,
position shown on the "asbuilt"drawings out asked Supt. Casey "
If for I'd alt and nobody Is perfect, Salley said. It Is not unusual to the entire
which the architect must "Well. :you're looking one; would be our responsibility to use
depend on, said architect Craig say this should be the responsibility of keep them up. If we don't it will cost plentum as an air duct in schools BII3 Hot Spot ;
Salley. the Engineering Department of us money later on." BMg Celling mil.f Hot Air Salley said but when that Is done the English instructor Julie Miller
:' Whose responsibility Salley Associates and I'd be glad to Would It,be the responsibility of the Although there Is no money readily attic must be completely sealed. reported to the school (board that it
i f Not his. said architect Salley when have them fix It any way they'd Wee tat Maintenance: Department, or who available to correct the problem the was BO-degrees In her room at Bradford i
Supt Tom Casey tried to pin the long.Its like we prescribed In our Casey asked. "You're talking I about board in another of a continuing "Over a period of time the facia and High School.
: responsibility of changing the plans original plans." said Supt. Casey. adding responsibility to a staff of air-conditioning problems was told soffit system have deteriorated"said "Students" cannot work In those con
on him. He must be able to depend on "This seems to be one of those already pretty well filled up now,"the that hot outside air[ getting into the Salley "Your return air situation Is ditions said Mrs. Miller demanding
'.' t drawings provided by the things that was there when we superintendent said. ceiling of BMS la making the air- really bad." that something be done.
kea board. started... and it's still there now after r'l know, Tom but Its gotta be conditioning system there inefficient It is 15 degrees hotter in the plen Major repair was done on that A/C
Who on the staff would the school 9312.000." done," Gaskins said. There is a 3/4-lnch crack where the turn than it should be, caused by the unit last year Gaskins noted.

board find who has time to update "Well if you're familiar with the
plans, Casey asked? His way the contract reads... It says we
maintenance staff is overworked and should be able to rely on the as-built Rehabilitation Guidelines Set
undermanned now, the superintendent drawings furnished us in a situation Housing by CityGuidelines I
maintained. like this. And that's what our
Why didn't the engineers find the engineers did" Salley replied
misplaced thermostats earlier asked 'I have a very clean conscious: on for a housing rehabilitation dards. Residents eligible for the commendation to Sapp. also withheld another $5,000 for work
board member J.T. Parrish. this; I don't feel bad about at all. I project for 27 substandard housesin money can get help to Improve their City Attorney George Pierce told not completed.
His engineers checked four or five mean. I feel bad you-all are going to Starke were officially approved homes from a housing rehabilitation commissioners he may have to step Pierce said the bonding company Is .
thermostats and they were all in have to pay the money to do it, but Tuesday night by city commissioners. specialist the city hopes to hire before down as their attorney if called as a. alleging the city's consulting
place as shown on the as-built draw- there's no way the engineers could Block Grant Coordinator Linda Day Oct. 1. witness in a lawsuit against the city. engineering firm of Bessent. Ham-
Ings. Salley said. How were the have tracked down the fact that the told commissioners a special commit Residents receving grant money The city is involved In a suit with mock and Ruckman was negligent by
'" engineers to suspect some other thermostats things were five feet away from tee had drawn up guidelines to be sub- would have to pay the money back if Financial Indemnity Company a bonding not supervising the work properly and
had been moved or cut off where they were supposed to be, In mitted to the Department of Housing they sold their homes within a five- firm which moved in when the city may get involved and another
Why were the as-built drawings not onecase.'rBoard and Urban Development by Sept. 14 year period. Ms. Day explained.In General Utilities of Gainesville had suit against the engineers.
,n updated to reflect the changes, board member Arthur Gaskins detailing how$150.000 in federal funds other bualnesa.Commlssioners: financial difficulties and left some The city received a 17,155 check
member Arthur Gaskins wanted to moved that the reserve funds for the will be used. accepted Fire sewer work in the Dalewood and Reno from a fuel committee comprised of
know. Job be used to move the IS ther- Ms. Day explained the rehabilitation Chief Eldon Sapp's resignation effective sections unfinished. eight cities involved in a suit against
"It's our fault they were not up- mostats. Board member J.T.Parrish project will allow grants or low Sept. Z8. Sapp has been with the The bonding company had to Amoco 011 and Florida Gas Company.The .
dated," reasoned J.T. Parrish seconded, with reservations but said interest loans or a combination of fire department for 21 years. Mayor- rework some of the project and had to suit was filed over ten years ago
grants and loans for bringing housingof Commissioner Warren asked City forfeit more than $18,000 under a charging that Amoco and FGC denied
city residents to minimum Stan- Clerk Edwards to write a letter of $50-a-day penalty clause. The city these cities their allocations of gas. It
was settled September 1972.

"Ibu'l1 want to reins rr Zoning Board Denies Two PetitionsTwo Utilties The Edwards money fund,asked Edwards went the directly commission said. to the to

how they look petitions were denied at a George Roller was turned down on home was already adjacent to one amend retirees the to include ordinance the concerning board's city
postponed meeting of the County Zoning a special use permit allowing church and he thought there was insufficient recommendation that pension benefits be In-
Board Tuesday night-one for a construction: and operation of a frontage on the Roller property
creased from 1.67 2
today special uses permit for constructionof church on 1.3 acres off SR200BPetesville for another. If the special use percent to percentfor
future retirees. The increase does
a church, and another for dual zoning ( Road) southwest of had been granted. Roller intended to
on a one-acre plot to permit operation Lawtey. sell the property to Ernestine Tom- retire to city employees already
of a used equipment business on The petition was denied after strong pkins and Vernon Barber for church
request was unanimously
one half and a mobile home residenceon objections: from an adjoining property purposes. ap-
proved. ,
the other. owner Ira Hamilton, who said his Will Harris, already under court 'Commissioners also discussed
probation for operating a non-
businessIn 'some renovations in the city hall to
conforming used-equipment
---- -- accomodate the rehabilitation
an rural area located on a pie'
specialist the city will be hiring:
shaped plot at the intersection of
Commissioner Vernon Silcox said he
Sit-100 South and Forsyth Road was
r .PCf discussed the possibility of using
denied dual rezoning on the property.
f. Harris' request to rezone one-half some of HUD grant money to createan
office in (the extra in the
acre to BA (business automotive) and space
( back. It will be few before
a a
one-half to R1C (mobile homes) was
opposed by Mrs. Chester Wise Mrs. go-ahead; is given for the renovation.

Gladys Kellogg and Wallace Wise
property owners in the area. Inmates ChargedWith
The following petitions were approved -
by the board for recommenda-
lion to the County Commission: Escape
Eloise Rivera one acre on SR-21
three miles southwest of Keystone Escape charges were filed last
from R1A to BA. The property will be week against the two men who fled
sold to George Mundell for operationof from the Reception and Medical
a Western Auto Store to be moved Center in Lake Butler last Monday.
from its present location at Inter- Ronnie L. Scarborough and James
section of 21 and 21-A. Etheridge both 3$, were charged with
: F'e 'Wade' Behr drew' H< favorable escape and larceny of a motor vehicleby
I ''recommendation' for' rezoning two prison investigators at the Union
t acres near Robert Mulling diTSFMOO County Courthouse, Thursday 3he
south of Starke from OR to R-2 for two escapers"'are still at large
construction of a duplex apartment on although the vehicle was recovered.
fi each parcel.John The minimum security inmates
Hendry's request for rezoning stole a car from the motor pool where
0 one-half acre,' seven miles northwestof they were working
Starke on SR-100 from OR to BP for
operation of a furniture repair
A professional business drew favorable TIIKHKAin-OKI: .
recommendation. ('1 ll'NTY 'IKl.KC.K: APII

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election U only a week away, t, felt we needed a more unified run my department the beat way I ,'J,1., '. .. .. t
and yS. know how; he laid,adding hit record '
candidates are entering the last : and for that, we must ( "
leg of the race with high hopes that part in our government. After a speaks for Itsel' ':,;
Starke voters will elect them to their deal of praying, I decided it was --
coveted position. that I take part in our govern Former police officer Jimmy Epps ,"
," Holiday said. was the first to qualify to run against r p\" "
City Clerk Merrill Edwards has
Bowen for the chief of ';
predicted 1,700 voters will turn out fort retired police. Epps.uTs.Air a I
Intelligence officer in the .
Sept. 11 election to be held in city a black building contrac Force, r :
now works
says its isn't making an issue of as assistant
hall.Up ."' color and added he had no com purchasing agent for the city.
for re-election this are two ,' rt I \
year ; about SUrke's government, '
commission seats Groups and 4,the t felt there needs to be' a more A asnecamparsig Epps ..
chief of police and city clerk. Group 2 \ representation. said he h ng with
has two contenders, incumbent big signs and posters because he can'tafford
Mayor-Commissioner Joseph Warren ,, commissioner Slices it.
and former commissioner Charles served on the commission since If elected, Epps said he will end .,
Schaefer. Three candidates are vying He Is the only remaining com high-speed chases, revamp ad- '
for the Group 4 position: George Holiday still the 1973 ministrative policies and provide a :
Jr., Mary Ellen Peterson, both election abolishing the secure system for the disposal and \ '
first-time candidates and Incumbent >f>A" ; Iffy by the people. mayor storage of contraband-all at no extra vtr'
Vernon Silcox.Incumbent expense. to taxpayers I:I \ .. .j '1;! aGeorge
campaign platform has ., 1. ,Jr.
police chief Jimmy ofI have no doubt in mind that '-" --*" IdR ,
his past record. He said he has my ,"j. ." u' ,' -. I..J. Group 4 i
Bowen is also two firsttime '
up against I'll win, Epps said. ;
people right and t. "' "
candidates and hopefully ...J : .i
Jimmy Eppa "JI.
remember that come election I' ... '. .
Julius Eunice. ." Another former policeman and .. '-.;. "'\.J.: '.I t
Veteran City Clerk Merrill Ed- election newcomer Julius D. Eunice, "
wards will unopposed Incumbent Police Chief Is making his bid for the chief of Mary Ellen Peterson
once again run Joseph Warren 'i :'.
Bowen, has been : -
for his 11th term. Groan-2 hard, from door campaign to door police post with the help of large signs Group4years : ,
Warren,who has been embroiled in going and several posters around townEunice ,
the people asking before quitting for personal 4
several political fracases said he a collections supervisor at
to vote for ,
didn't for me again Community State Bank, said he Is reasons.
even really want to run
He said he will increase trainingand
commissioner but because some chief since 1972, said the also trying to campaign door-to-door.
all to take
require policemen
at stake he his door-to-door
policemen's Jobs were response to
refresher offered at Santa Fe
Eunice said he's confident he'll win
decided "for them. has been
run "very good.
Community College In Gainesville.As 0 0t
Warren's main contention with the because people know he's qualifiedand
is the outdated and don't promise them anything he's "sincere about the Job." for administrative changes, Eunice 't.1
city government
antiquated city charter. He feels the that wouldn't be right..I'D Eunice was a police officer (or six said he'U get to that when elected.r" i

entire charter, which has stood since y f ."
1953, should be revamped. Warren k kA.M'fI G t1, For Police Chief
also feels there has been too much-nitpIcking -
going on and wants to unify .'; '\' '

the city government, "bury the hat- :J,.." .
chet with the police department and i
city clerk and get on with city

business."Everyone" has told me to hang in l"'t.
there and play ball..I did and you saw ,
what happened, I was removed from j
'Mayor, then I managed to steal first .1
and second base in court because I
everyone had their own rules to play f Vernon SilcoxGroup
by. This election has me hung up on 4 :
third base" Warren said. !(r a
Warren also said he believed the A record-holder' for 'Incumbency,
people of Starke will be "ripped off City Clerk Merrill Edwards will run
unless the facts are explored and put for his llth term,once again unopposed -
to the people to vote on." Charles .
Vying for Warren's position on the Group 2 fl' _, Edwards was Just suspended by
commission is Charles Schaefer,who approved the new city Warren Tuesday afternoon and
i was defeated in '78 by Ted Oglesby. : ,. if; reinstated by the commission the
! Schaefer served on the commission tion.Tossing her hat in the : ';" ? 6'IZ M: k TS'iJ'Irv''' same day. Edwards said his pat
I for six years and was mayor from first time, hopeful Mary ';44i'): .', '. $4i' : .'. :1 4 record his campaign platform.
. 1974-76.! son for Group 4, said :,, >.. "The election day will be Just
Schaefer said he is not promising run because the Jimmy Epps another long day," Edwards said.
anything, but Is listening to the peo lady. Jimmy Bowen Julius Eunice
ple. "I truly believe the

"I've always listened to the people equal housewife representation and Bradford Prlntars Bradford Printers Bradford Prl&fanf
and have tried to get things done for daughters.
them," Schaefer said. Peterson 'also feels .
Opposed to the four-year terms for would attend commission
commissioners, appointive city posi- a woman were on the *
tions and a full-time mayor elected by She said she would be .
the people, Schaefer said he will work than other : .
for changes In the city charter if 'she is a housewife. I It -
elected. ,.Im.t l; truly. want this I mt.ipg-
"h"g y.wNeed.e
And he is confident of a win, predicting ,
,laid when! asked, she. : \ .
a 8-1 victory over Warren. ; p1f
fslpoItfiwinpfigr1M M-idoH
'"Schaefef'saitl he'will also work for Another candidate --.il=---. J '" ." a?
more federal grant monies. During should be equal Soon."I .C, ? :
Schaefer's tenure as commissioner, George Holiday Jr. .,.." r Done a
grants for public works were issued, at the last minute and -
several roads were paved, and he saying he wasn't sure he -
chaired the building committee which it. .

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Death Row Inmate Refuses Mental ExamA ::
Death'Row inmate convicted of victed for murdered .oa ....
members of -
three murders refused to take a men-
tal examination ordered by Gov. Bob A Tampa Judge
Graham, bringing him closer to the have the authnority

electric nor's legal chair counsel.,according to the gover- Graham's psychiatric executive test. said i BRADFDRD -

Gary E. Alvord, 32, refused to talk William Sheppard I
should block the exam 3.
to a team of
psychiatrists who visited him last would "wreak havoc In
Florida State Prison. of this case.
weekend at
Alvord refused to talk with the Ii PRINTERS :
psychiatrists on the advice of his at- Will Meet "
torneys, said Dave Skipper, Depart- -
ment of Corrections spokesperson. The Board of -

psychiatric"The only examination purpose is to of determine the- Kingsley Association Lake will meet at la. LW 1 10 W. Call St. Starke. Fla. !:;

whether a basis exists not td day, Sept. 8, at the 964.5764 1 =
sign a warrant,"' said Graham's at- Center. Directors f.:;. ..
torney, John Aurell. to all members of the .
Graham ordered I the exam for and their attendance : 1'y
'Alvord a month ago. Alvord was con- preciated. 3.

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To The EditorRecently : charges? Was &It because of political If the people would think about different -
Influence and pressure-or was it projects that are being planned
,\ "., I overheard a converts- because they lost the first charge and and who does the voting, versus
JimmyWho? tlon where a man uld be was ashamed were afraid they would be embarrassed who realizes the profit whether It be
for the people to know that he livesin again money or power we would see how
the City of Starke.That, along with we are being taken down the path by
the circus-like antics of our present The office of the State's Attorneytook our local offlclals-especiafty our

Governor Bob Graham gave an unqualified The poll commissioned by Time Magazine, City Council and the recent mockery away the chance for the people to local city officials..
to the of showed to 38 of Justice in the escapades of the Chief have their say, and dropped the and
personal endorsement candidacy Reagan with a 42 percent percent did of The power struggle goes on
of Police, have prompted me to write charges. Why one our
President Jimmy Carter for a second term in a lead over Carter. It also showed Sen. Edward this letter.It Council members testify in behalf of everyone is fighting to see who has
speech before a capacity audience at a Carter Kennedy, who still says he's not a candidate, the Chief of Police when he personally the local "Godfather" on his Side. Do
The and is sad when former know of misconduct of the Chief of we want to control our community,or
fund-raising banquet last Friday night ahead of Carter 2.1 among Democrats politiciansand do we want it controlled by our officials
$125-per-plate dinner was promoted oy Clay independents and beating Reagan 53 percentto co-called 'blgsoou"use their In- through big-shot ex-
fluence and local
County Carter supporters and was attended by 34 percent.In money through our politicians
government to use the people of the
influential Democrats from Duval, Clay Bradford community. In the recent trial where I have heard it said for years that
Union and several other area counties. the meanwhile the great American gameof the Chief of Police was charged with the black vote Is the controlling factor
"take a dig at Carter" continues at all levels perjury, some of these same ex- that elects our candidates. I say-

There are those of course, who in their from the "intelligentsia" press of Washingtonand politicians and so-called "big shots" wake up black citizens and don't let
testified In behalf of the Chief of
vote be bought. Don't let
eagerness to criticize and ridicule the Presi- New York down to the man in the street Police. Other people testified for the your Brownlee Street "look" crowd and

dent, maintain that Jimmy Carter "is good for who gets his information from the "National prosecution and put their reputations pill pushers control your votes and
nothing" Observer." and Jobs on the line. Police? Why did an ex-Council lives. Make your vote count for the
member say that he defended the betterment of your whole community,

Governor Graham, however, seems to us to To all such we can only say-the one sure way I believe that the charges were pro Chief of Police because he the ex- and not just Brownlee Street
ven and that perjury had been Council member) was mentioned in
have by far the most reasoned approach to the to make Jimmy Carter look better, in even the committed-but the jury saw fit to bring the Indictment and that he lied or We, the people of Starke. have a
Carter candidacy for a second term. most skeptical eyes, is to take a look at the back an acquittal. Why, fellow "couldn't remember" in order to chance to let our voices be known and
alternatives: citizens? For goodness sakes-why? keep himself out of trouble. I ask tell our politicians that we don't like
Already the pollsters-those mysterious Why do we let these people influenceus again-fellow citlzens-WHY do we what is going on. Vote on September
who tell what millions of Howard Baker? Gerald Ford? like we do. Do we owe them allow this to go on? 11. If you don't get out and vote, then
magicians can
you anything? Are we afraid of them? you simply just don't care.
Americans are thinking by polling an infinitesimal Just what is the hold that they have Remember, people, that an acquittal
1,049 voters-are already consigning John Connally? Edward Kennedy? over us and on our local officials? does not mean you are innocent The preceding is strictly my own
Carter the trash and charges dropped do not mean you observation and beliefs,and the way I
to telling
pile. They're us now
Ronald Reagan? Jerry Brown? After the perjury charges were acquitted are not guilty, It means in this case feel about our local government.
that Carter is running second in public all the other charges were that the people of Starke were used Edward N. Green
preference to ex-B Grade movie star Ronald dropped also. Why did the office of the and abused by the State and our local 1025 Madison St.

Reagan. By way of comparison, President Carter -IItAt.---'.. AttnrnAv y -ftonn-... all -\f. ttuktthm...- --.-.' officials.. ."""ftP"..-...."...tn..
J looks better all the time.

I Starke Offers Unique TrainingThe How The System Works in the City of Starke I

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i v inirvauce TLe BysiemWhen then Dent by tne tnree commissionersthat many a year, i sincerely' iwpv that
reinstated the Clerk. I also you understand what I have said and
Bradford-Union Area Vocational- "No high school diploma is required but applicants I became a City Commissioner believe that the City Attorney knew what has been given to you throughthe
Technical Center in Starke received an unex- must be at least 18 years old. Registration I thought that there was a demand that the rules were not being followedon news media in the last six months.It .
bit of this week when a reader must be conducted in at the for new ideas from the Commission the reinstatement and incorrectly is only through understanding how
pected publicity person centerz
by the electors of Starke. I advised those three. The Court Action the system works that citizens can
wrote a Jacksonville newspaper asking 609 N. Orange St., Starke, Fla. 32091,9G46150.1The believed that these ideas were neededto may have been the test but the final intelligently deal with the dysfunctions -

"...where in the Jacksonville area can one go to make Starke grow and prosper in exam for it all is election day and of our time.
learn to operate heavy construction equipmentsuch course referred to is now in its eighth the future. I also believed that I had public opinion. You have recently The Importance

as earthmovers, road graders and the year and usually has a full enrollment, due to some of these Ideas, but I soon realized Local government should be of
like?" the nature of the instruction handling that I was engaging in a paramount importance to the local
bulldozers, lines road graders and other nonproductive exercise trying to get citizenry because City Councilmen affect
drag these ideas across. still believe that I a citizen's life more intimately
The newspaper replied: "The nearest such earth-moving equipment. Students also receive than the President or members of
school to Jacksonville is the BradfordUnionArea some practical application in their training, there is such a demand by the citizensof Congress. And, because there is a

Vocational-Technical Center in Starke, such as constructing the new parking lot at the became Starke.convinced In selling that these I was ideas the product I significant difference between the
conduct of local and national politics,
about 40 miles southwest of Jacksonville on Bradford County Fairgrounds and similar and you people were the market.I there is a great need for information
U.S. 301."The work for city and county governmental units have not been able to get these ideas observed"how public opinion affects about the effects of politics on
who pay for materials used. to market because of politics. The the government in this town in relation municipal government. The local
state-supported institution offers a politics stems from a local system of to the court action involving the news media has done a pretty fair job
government that is outdated and Police Chief. I believe that the
promotes segment of the facts about this local
23-week program, costing $100, that may be Starke can take pride in being one of the few politics to no end. What I am of public opinion heard from is government.giving you The heartbeat of politics

taken continuously or broken down into two towns or cities offering this type of instruction, talking about Is the City Charter and the Minority but powerful and that the is opinion. After you have heard all
14-week segments. Classes are held five days a preparing those who take it to hold down Code of Ordinances. Even though the MAJORITY of people in this town the hoopla and the holler and when

j week, from 8 a.m. till 2:30: p.m. Registration is responsible, well-paid jobs. There is a similar Charter and Code is outdated and want things done right. The majoritywill you go in to the voting booth quite
unconstitutional, it is still be heard, from, and the '
meaning begin at any point in school' in West Florida and one in-South. some parts never alone, to cast your vote, rememberthat
open, you may ,
.the complete law of your city. It is thehonfy same old way of doing things will go at that time forming
the course, as long as there is an opening and Florida, but so far as is known Starke is theoruty law that exists for theCity of on unless they stand?uptahd-'Are public you opinion.That Is whallhe Comr
catch up whatever material'you missed by attending ly place in North Central Florida offering such 'Starke.; I believe that it Is only by the counted at the ballot box. I believe mission operates on.SignedJoseph.
the beginning of the next session. valuable instruction. r.I full and conscientious use of what that you know how to get counted, for
laws do exist that a small dent can be you have been counted before. ( ) N.Warren
made In what blocks us from having a MayorCommissionerFORESTRY

genuine progress.To In Summation

I make the people of this town I cannot in this short space give youa -.c--
Better Than Card
a clear understanding of how the
aware of how the system works, I
decided to enforce the law that is in system works, but it is an opportunityto
much of what I have learn-
give you
the Charter and
Code. Every two
laws of libel IN ft-RABFCRt COYNTTp'BY
ed. I am limited by the ,
silverhairedhave years I have taken the solemn oath to
And those thinker-
now but I believe that you, the public, are
seniors in do just that For that action the Commission
rocking chairs and
uppers of special daysGrandpa, who decided that 1 should not be informed enough that you get the
nothing better to do with making up soupy sonnets like: the Mayor. As stated by commissioner main thrust of what I have said. I

their time, have come up with Blessings thee Silcx.they wanted a Mayor In have been forced to seek out pro-
on fessional advice and I must tell you
I must teU for fact
Grandparents Day which is name only. you a
Granny dear... that there are few comforts as great
for that I cannot live with that in name
being observed nationally card only bit. as an ongoing relationship with a
the first time this September. / Another trusted attorney. I believe that if an

v will come next year. Why The Court Action attorney cannot promote the law as it An out-of-state visitor recently
It's not that we're ",gin' was intended or if there is one that wrote to the Florida Divison of
In spite of the best efforts The recent court actions have been represents a special Interest group Forestry to ask "what happened to
Grandma and hay
to prove that what law you do have is whose interest is the sheer love of the "
ing their inning, but somehow v that army of artists and poets, good. The two court actions were power that they have no business that Spanish it was much Moss?less She abundant had noticed this

it all seems a bit ridiculous few cards can express as testing the validity of "The City representing city government. The year than on previous trips to the Sunshine -
when the observance is reduc- nyich sentiment as a well Charter and Code." Now that I know problems in your town will go on State.
ed to another frenzied round directed kiss or a hug aroundof that the Charter and Code is good the unless everyone starts following the
the Idea has been to get everyone to rules (Charter and Code). The main It's true that Spanish Moss which is
neck. And if
syrupy card-buying which, you're a long follow it. The recent action with the two problems are to get a new charter a rootless air plant and not a parasite
in this age of commercializing: way from home and can't .City Clerk was a clear case of the and code and the electrical power pro as many people believe has been suffering .
everything from Groundhog Day to Whitsun- remember the last time you wrote "the old Clerk making policy decisions and not blem solved. These two will determine a blight in areas throughout the
folks how about following the rules. The rules wereCountyAgent's the growth of your town for Southeast. It Is also not a moss but a
tide, is doubtless the main force behind this a nice long, newsy letter,
member of the pineapple family but
been --- ------ -- -
Granny and Gramps movement. telling them what you've up to lately? under any name It seems to be Integral
1 to the deep-south look prized by
These things won't have the butterflies or the NotebookBy natives and visitors both. In Florida,

1I Hallmark, with 45 percent of the card gaudy sunsets of a greeting card, but they'll do -' ..... Bobby,Taylor -'" ..-.. the blight began 10 years ago in a narrow -
far to the heart of Grandma and band running from Bradenton
I market, is doubtless rubbing its corporate more warm
northeastward Jacksonville
We all look forward to summer time to with<
hands over such a windfall and Weissanothercard Grandpa than the prettiest card ever designed.And and vacations,but it is always good to were able to absorb fertilizer and Gainesville one of the hardesthitareas.
you don't need to have a special day vet back to our familiar routines and nutrients with this moisture, and a .
biggy-already has 350 artists and "poets" ,designated for it either. Jobs. This Is where we really get the pretty good growth resulted.

.. feeling that we are doing a service to Almost daily rains and hot humid The affected moss blackens and
-- -., ." ourselves and our fellowman. dies on the tree, and residents have
conditions in July and
f/ tW217zSl4F? I know I always look forward to caused some disease proems on proposed a number of causes
I September when we crank-up our programs many trees. Excess water and insect especially air pollution. Sulfur em-
'. again for our farmers, damage also caused some dropping of missions from cars and factories, as
.to homemakers and 4-H members. Most the few pecans that set before they well as a number of other
of our agricultural organizations also matured. possibilities, were 'given close
get active again with programs and Scab is the most destructive pecan scrutiny during attempts to halt the
activities that are beneficial. I'll disease in our area. Without effective blight. But researchers at the Univer-
*m *"* *- HK "" 1! discuss some of these next week. control, the disease will limit yields sity of Florida Institute of Food and
September is also a time for action by lowering the quality of nuts. Under Agricultural Sciences,while agreeingthat
for farmers, gardeners and home severe conditions it will destroy the environmental factors could certainly
Sundials wen once used to check the accuracy of clocks. +. owners. I have discussed some of the entire crop, especialy 'on some contribute to the damage, also
things in earlier articles that our varieties.On managed to isolate a fungus that appears

\ ; home gardeners, pasture producersand the leaves the infection first appears to be the primary cause. There
other growers should be looking olive-brown spotson is no known treatment for the fungus.
's for this month. Armyworms may appear the underside of the leaflet. Later called Fvsarhjm solsnl. but their
Wt/dw a / n bi ; In our pastures at any time. I the spots turn almost black become research report does end on a hopeful
Ij hope you are keeping an eye out for almost circular: and appear on both
this pest on your farm. leaf surfaces. Dark brown patches note.The
j ;. If you have pecan trees, you shouldbe may appear on the nuts any time during blight apparently reaches
The first marriage performed in th. American colonies Is bslfovsd to haw taken place Interested hi the Florida Pecan the growing season. These spots epidemic'proportions in a given area
between Ann Burro and John Laydon In Virginia in 1609. Field Day this year. The Field Day enlarge: ,become sunken and and then gradually disappears after
; will be held at Monticello Woman's rest growth and malar. about four years. In Gainesville the
dub on Thursday.September 6th. nut and cause premature dropping. "dleback reached Its peak in the early
'. The morning session win feature Scab is difficult: to control even In 70s and today the Spanish moss is
J, programs on pecan pests integrated commercial orchards using special the almost back to normal. Even during
of the
t RI _.AUF"Jt C-o pest management irrigation and pray equipment. Four to eight shoots height could be infestation, healthy
tissue testing of in Florida.An at about seen growing from
SINCE 1879 !! pecans applications of fungicides diseased .
i afternoon tour will visit the ARC three week Intervals are recommended. stems.So
iiti plJ Montlcello and adjacent research .
rBOD the problem
II : may only tem
& plots. The cost of equipment or custom even though the
porary disease
it will be con-
Even though a long trip applications plus the need for so tinues to
a j: and a long day.It could weD be worth many applications makes it almost Florida. spread to new areas in
O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILXCRSvftscrlpftm ;' your time If you have been considerimproving economically unjustifiable ,for the
SINc.m -' i Pvblld....sPvbnsMd ing your trees and produc* homeowner with one or two trees to "We believe that healthy Sp&n1sh"
Uotk Call me if you want moss try: to control: this disease.My suggestions moss will continue to grow In many
uc.s,...,..y..terM a.MaIMI aau Matter....Pest Otflc at Stark.,Fla.u..v Act" Information about the Field Day. to most homeowners fa to provide blighted areas,"concludes the report
MardI a. 1m. This appears to be a good and bed adequate fertilization and other "but its relatively slow frWhW
,- rat to tnteavMt tf Per Yaari SS Six MeoMM. year for pecan trees tt baa been good tree care during the year and hope for tests that several yean must elapse
0WftWe.,....rear $11 Par v..r U-Jllix MoIItMo Uarke.HerMa :, because early: rains provided for goodgrowth some production at least every otheryear. before Spanish moss again provides
PA....f44ilat la the trees when the new .l.D be happy to discuss: your the weird .In.
leaves were developing. The trees tree car with you at any time. the Southeastern United"

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> Ted Duncan To SpeakAt ;L ,;:- 1y Miss Kathy Taylor Shower Honoree r :, T I

Woma i's Club 14 Miss Kathy Taylor October 20 punch bowl held the Iced cokes. ,J
bride-elect of Charlie Green, was Games were played and price
honored with a miscellaneous shower were awarded.
Meeting Sept. 12 on Thursday night August 30, given Corsages were presented M'Miss
by Mrs Cassis Cooper, Miss Pam Taylor,her mother Mrs. Bob Taylor,
: The Starke Woman's Club will have ; Tucker Miss Christie Redding and and to Mrs. Herb arson, the groom-
a luncheon meeting at the Woman's Mrs. Ruth Riddick at the home of the elect's mother. Also attending was
4j1r Club on Wednesday September 12 at ,.. latter. Mrs. W.C. Field the groom-elect's. :
l 12:15.: The centerpiece on the refreshment grandmother.
rr Hostesses will be the elected officers table was a doll bridal cake and four As a momento of the occasion
of the executive board. matching doll bridesmaid cakes Kathy was presented a cold meat fork
Mrs. F.J. Shaw, Chairman of made by Cause Cooper. A silver and a casserole spoon of her chosen
Conservation will have charge of the silver.
and will Introduce DOUGLAS REUNIONThe
canes Florida
Assistant Director of
Petroleum Council, from Douglas family reunion will be
Tallahassee as guest speaker. Mr. held Sunday September 18 at the
1 4 4a4 Duncan's topic win be conservation of Lake Butler Recreation Center.
energy. Registration starts at 10 a.m.; BIRTHS
business meeting 12 noon and picnic

Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Mellon lunch at 1 p.m. "
BC Homemaker's Club Family and friends are Invited to
i attend and bring a picnic lunch. RM2 Richard V. and Amanda J. St.
To Meet Sept 13 Meltons To Celebrate John of Keflavik Iceland announcethe
Rehearsal Dinner birth of a son Richard Jason
Golden Wedding born July 25.Grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry StefsneUI Bradford County Homemaker's Given Aug. 24 are Richard and the
Club will meet Thursday. September Anniversary Sept. 8 late Evelyn St. John of Starke and
13. at 10 a.m. at the Starke Richard and Velma Beauchamp of
Mr. and Mrs., Henry'Stefanelli' Agriculture Building. Mr. For Wedding CoupleMiss Owenaboro. Ky.
and Mrs.
Mrs. Lonnie L. Melton
Nona Jones will give an In-
"Celebrate Golden teresting demonstration on "Flower Hampton will be celebrating their Jeanne Fleenor and Greg Red- IT
Wedding Anniversary Arrangements". golden wedding anniversary on Saturday dish were honored at a wedding
September 8 with a reception to rehearsal dinner in the Bohemian BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli wedding cake topped with a The club will have a miscellaneous be held at the Hampton City Hall from Gardens, Lake Worth on Friday
celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary miniature bride and groom with an workshop on Thursday, September 3 to 6 p.m.The evening August 24. DESIGNS B1PROFESSIONALS

on Saturday. August 18, at overhead 50 insignia. The table held :20, at 10 a.m. at the Agriculture couple who were married on The dinner was hosted by the
3:00 p.m. at the Starke Golf and Coun- bold candlesticks with gold tapers building. Members and friends are September 7; 1929 In Jacksonville. groom's parents, Shirley Carpenter
try Club. and arrangements of yellow gold and asked to carry a "brown bag" lunch. Fla. hope all their friends and and Dolph Reddish.
Henry Stefanelli and Antoinette white flowers.Cutting and serving the Members and visitors are invited to relatives will come to help them The I list of guests attending was 964-7954
Caruso were married in 1929 at St. cake were Mrs. Irene Vlzza Mrs. An- attend both meetings. celebrate this joyous occasion. traditional.

Mary's Catholic Church inReynoldaville thony Caruso and Mrs. David Luke. .. ._ .L _.._ ---_ -.Jill-
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Pennsylvania. The punch table was covered with a
The honor couple headed the receiving yellow gold cloth with white lace
: line in Next in overlay and held a crystal punch
line was their bridesmaid, Mrs. bowl. It featured a bouquet of yellow a a t
Agnes Flnalle of DuBois Pa., whose gold silk roses a gift of the 4 4y
birthday occurred the same day. Also bridesmaid. Presiding at the punch
In the receiving line were their bowl were Mrs. Jessie Stefanelli and
children and spouses who made the Mrs. Lester Humphries.The i.iaarutrwaM
celebration preparations: Mr. and celebration continued at the w
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Mrs.Albert Stefanelli of Jacksonville, Club in the evening hours as other out
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli of of town guests arrived to join the
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Raymond festivities. Guests were seated IF
StefanelU of Wichita Falls Texas, around tables covered with yellow
and Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs of gold cloths and decorated with yellow
Covington,Kentucky.The gold and white floral arrangements.
honor couple's ten grand. Refreshments of a variety of
children and their great granddaughter breads, cheeses meats and snacks D A 1 A /

Sharra Luke, of Fort were served along with punch and 'qr
Lauderdale, all joined in greeting wine.
guests. Other relatives 'attending Entertainment was furnished by c VISA'
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stefanelliof Wayne Johnson of Jacksonville who p
Reynoldsville,Pa., and Mr. Angelo sang to the accompaniment of his '
Stefanelli and daughter of Indiana guitar. Mrs. Richard Coss providedsing
Pa., brothers of Mr. Stefanelli and along music. t O
his sister, Mrs. Irene Vizza of Assisting in overall arrangementswere t : fo
Wishaw Pa. Mrs.StefaneUi's brother Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson : ; w
and siaterdn-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mrs. Pat Johnson grandchildren. and'toecesbfthecdaplel' td
"' urd.nSons { ""* .
Caruso of Jacksonville also attended ; "t
All ladies in the'receiving line won f! UlfJt1 'g3.I1rl: 10 .b .. s rl yes ., : d p Y l a/j t,
HOOD lengtb.gowiuk.Mrs. Stefan lli'. V C IAPI . .. .- "I 'r..
gown of bronze colored qiana had a Paul Stefanelll and Buddy II ,' MEN'S POLY/COTTON MEN'S 8WSATSH1RT
V-neck with short sleeves. It was Biggs. They distributed gold matchbooks J GOLF JACKET GREATfLLCOLOR
gathered at the waistline and was accented inscribed: Henry and Antoinette
with bronze colored sequins to (1929-1979). I I ::7.88 e4.63

complement the gown. She wore a The highlight of the evening occurred / I I Two-kudon .l xm collar back Son liici facing adds warmth
yellow gold rose corsage adorned when their four children yobo will nyton Tan broatliar. Conon/potyMMr Glad ft TrAaL.ala.Ta'.tMLx4
with a ribbon bow. Mr. StefanelU presented Mrs. Stefanelli with a gold Mna waaitabla '.M.LIILUOLra
wore a yellow gold carnation bouton- Mother's ring containing oir- : :
niere. thstones of their chilrenthe. Mr.
Mrs.Joseph Cissy greeted guests at Stefanelli was then presented with a NIY.uW1TI
the door. gold inscribed pocket watch with a
The reception hall was decoratedwith gold chain, also a gift of his four W '
bouquets of yellow gold and children LB.$IZ1 NTN PICNIC BUYSI :'tnq/.ai

white floral arrangements presentedas Then a toast was made to the couple paid w S3 OUR I'AlCaS' DISCOUNT WE'aa UP TO"._._-. rotes WAS. .... 72t t A' oa uuwl
gifts to the honor couple. Arrangements who joined the toast, using the personally t 1
of ficus Benjamin plants engraved golden lined goblets
50th Anniversary ribbons and groupsof which were a gift. from their ten Q 3.66 54? >
wedding bells added to the decora- grandchildren.The D' "
tions. grails The table covered with Stefanelli family wish to thank 'Bol>M araMn4lparkttng.A tt.lT" axwnoMl moan t..4. W+dusng.i Ufa. Iqu.h..n. .'."O""T'D' FASHION ', /
'gold cloth reception held a lighted votive candle a the approximately 300 relatives and e..buy Iron fagM 'or roftvacaMo Mua tow ooMar. JEANS FOR MEN SCENIC PHIMRTS.UOPOLV MINI KNIT POLOS, MADCLOTHPXS
guests who attended their celebration ,ACD
in holder. The table
a golden was ar- the
Among relatives attendingwere 5 94
''ranged with an album displaying the Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and 4.86 2.97 5.88

original wedding pictures of the sons of Mobile Ala., Mr. and Mrs. ..
.y weRee4L atcouNTpnlcE DISCOUNT rNIC1 Wn1.1or.
honored couple. It also held a golden Chris Paine Mr. and Mrs. James .. 'loan yeuN favor
plaque Inscribed with the words 50th Maner and daughter Mr. and Mrs. for Maura. = of bruahad.prawaanad .
Anniversary, 1929-1979. Also Inscribed Mr. \ \ :: and broken cotton L '
Roy Grass. Mrs. Richard /
the plaque \ iwtn. witn narod log, lore a (
on was an appropriate
Shot Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Shot Jr. and packet and rows iHcrvmg:
prayer as well as pictures of the family Mrs. Marie Caruso, Misses Situnl Irrag*,man M34PK. /j
.$acred Heart,of Jesus with a halo of Susan and Sharon Caruso. Mr. and
ruby stones and the Immaculate .CAROUNATIttUa
Mrs. Bob
Caruso. Kim Bobby and
Heart of with halo of
Mary a sapphire
Lisa Caruso, Mr. and Mrs Fred
Stones. This plaque was a gift of their Caruso and Ronald Caruso.. all of 790 KS ML
Sister who was unable to attend the I.28 94 680 JOOOIIW SHOUTS 2PKTUlEI 3 UNIONDfit.
Jacksonville and Mr. .
and Mrs. facial quality 2 ply loHotIIMUO ton BOYS,m CMWSFMMEN
celebration. Attending the guest book Donald Neighbors and sons of Starke. wAal.z WAS.s4 WAS NC .w 1ka..r. wMta and COlor.c. .. 1.97 "
Were Mart Ann Stefanelll Elena ,
The StefaneUi's
are grateful for all OCNIMCUTOfPS U.V V
.Stefanelll and Donna Stefanelli. the greetings and gifts received and wara 31. oov 2.96 WERE Ma DISCOUNT PgIC!
', The cake table covered with a for the good will extended to make
'yellow gold cloth with white lace t
this a beautiful and memorable occa r r
overlay held four tiered decorated sion.

I ;bJ y"-.J< ,,,, MEN'S. BOYS'JOOOERS J t l ) .-
went 6.96 '
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H.A.Lawson attendedthe alT
Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. O.L. Haynes. Jr.. Mrs. J.R. Nylon uppara. poddod collar /
wedding of their granddaughter, Wainwright Mrs. George Miller and 14f C,M M IC.M MHrSLEJB. ELiCTRtC AIASM TOTS 7.88 Mont 7-12. Roy* 3- i
Lynne Jordan to Robert Johnston Mrs. Virginia Darby spent last weekat totaiT lam WATCHES atcet,PN0ANAM SAG /
Miller Jr., Saturday night In Live Fernandina Beach. a88 8 ir -_.2... ...1M lei 21"
Oak. Also attending were Mr- and M P 17_ 21" M.Ml .tornDM. -
j Mrs. J.T. Lawson. Mrs. Marie Mr. and Mrs. HI Hutson, Jr., 0 eC0uNT P .C5 ONCOUNT rnC( M<-110-4O. w ,

I Siemer,'Mrs. Mary Lawson Mr. and spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 'PS. i '
Mrs. Neil Crawford and family' of Hutson Sr., in Orjando. o s
I Starke Misses Elizabeth Lawson andI / hC

I I Kitty Yates of Lake Wales, Bud Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. Cecelia Terwiilegar -
i Lawson of Marion. N.C and Mr. and Mrs. Desta Dyal and J.D. r ,c 4.es
I I Mrs. Bill Morar Panama! City. Griffis attended the Democratic *

I i meeting and. reception honoring
Miss ,Linda Haas of Tampa w.s' President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter 1 \ MN'twtTRNt T' LAOIE'S)4ORTLEty* ........OUARCIM
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs last Thursday night at the Host International KMT TOPS TROUSER PANT
W.S. Haas over the weekend. They, Hotel in Tampa. IH4T.ILECTMC IAMOUsMau* WAENaoms orN 18 88
along with Mr. and Mrs. Robert kOW COOKER, PSJLOWCAMS COTTON: TORY WAS a Win 6 Oasc::. 5.8 8
Paterson attended the Sound of Music 'Mr. and Mrs.J.T.Carver and family .,. 5.96 Vtnyl. tricot a" I.4.r..a h.7a0tii :
n Ta1',r.u,.1[ f ton M8JM.L. Iron*. lllim.a --. otto
dinner attended the Carver reunion 2 4i.1 oy-coro poty/conon Fly
musical at the Alhambra family Sturdy .ph.NL w'n motot look ..awe..Ia.,TM.a' lot.. Foly/eMlo....... O-1&.
theater on Saturday afternoon.: in Douglas, Ga. over the weekend. DI8CCUeiI'r P NCC wtltetla wtM J.a lei_eo-.... '
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v Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade have Laurie and Beth Goldwire returnedto
returned after two months in their home in Fort Lauderdale Fri
Highlands N.C. day after two weeks visit with their
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Mr. and Mrs.' Carlton Paul of Goldwire. They all visited Six Flags
Keystone Heights spent several days over Georgia last Tuesday and
]last week at South Seas Plantation on Wednesday. ...
Captiva Island and also attended the M
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Asolo Theatre at Ringling Art ',-- : .r

Museum in Sarasota Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.Frank Palmer attended tBS....PILLAR PAPER CRAYOLA CRAYONS ....0 PLASTIC:SINOEK HUTS sorru CASUALS TOOTMMUSMSmaarson CHAMPOO.TOZ.ULTRA MALI U01Ei1r1Mr
last week. &the 50th wedding anniversary of \ : '
Mr.. Palmer's brother-in-law and 2i.1' 2i.1 .:1.00 =i'7.94 taOU880.
Mr. returned V
H.L. Speer sister,Mr. and Mrs. F.A.Copeland in
and half MM H"tW n..at.1 Uini.li ln-erare o fel dI KMnml 'J'8*""*'' Mad wnyu VIIoI'! Hoo-4n w/kd..T...... wens ia
of last week after three a- Valdosta Ga. over the weekend. ...-....._nibil u... ............,......1IuwI aknlq -IS.ta.d..nrr bowl.YCNp.SOS.Mart*F1J.WMo .
weeks with her son-in-law and

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Robbie ShaUer spent, I

The Boland Bolandx and daughter brought in Mrs.Athens Speer,:Ga. the Gunter weekend in Melbourne.with Mr and Mrs.Edgar _I 312 W. Madison St. Starke. Fla. _

home and remained for several days.


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Page IA TELEGRAPH September'.\vn

PersonalsAmong Billy Matthew*Defend$Pre Carter Post ExchangeAt

those attending the Jimmy J't.Nation'* Leader Camp
Carter fund-raising banquet at the :.titi} t,, .
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Clay Count Shrine Club near Lake ,, : The Importance of compromise in exerting strong leadership and
Friday night were Mn. i government policy-making: was pointed out the difficulty: of steering To Be PermanentFor
Lucile Green chairman: of the Brad- discussed: by former Congressman constructive: legislation through Congress

ford Mrs.County Cecelia Democratic Terwillegar Committee Mr. and :J'i'; jJ I r D.R. (Billy) Matthews at the Starke In the face of 15,000 lobbying the first time since World WarII.
; dub last week.
Rotary each
Mrs. J.D. Odom Jimmy Alvarez, ,. groups looking only at their own .Camp Blanding will have a permanent

J.R. Kelly Dolph Reddish, Gilbert".. ,. .,.., ., The of decialot problems. post exchange. A ribbon cutting
1 agony -making"
Brown and E.L. Matthews.Ten / ,"."<,<:I;?,.::: V.'i.' ';;;Y::':;': i was described by Matthews as "not American political leaders must ceremony commemorating was held this Sunday special afternoon occa

members of the MethodistWomen's ,,; ..iF .: who .is right but what Is right. He seek a common ground of what the sion. Colonel Gus Gonzalez Camp
"" emphasized the Importance of unified of the people need and want
,; \ majority Commander and Gerald Griffis
Sunday School: class had a "
of President Carter's be
\ I support foreign one-luue -
\ : representatives Site Superintendent of
luncheon Wednesday of last week at ., '.' policy saying that the nation cannot ," absorbed in only the selfish Camp Maintenance were on hand to
the Western Steer Steak House honoring !
survive on other faced needs of
any course one or two powerful lobbying .
the of Lactic Godwin celebrate the opening.The
birthdays ,
.I with crucial decisions: In the Mid- groups Matthews said. around of the
Brenda Stroud and Carolyn Eaves. '- East India, Russia and other hot year .

Warrant officers of Bradford and I............:!;,... .... ..,... "..m.... .. spots. post exchange of members is for the of shopping the Florida convenience

Dawson Columbia Counties had a dinner party Barbara Telken lost In closing the former Congressman National Guard. Army Reservesi
Marlene last Having nothing of his ability to warned Rotarians to "beware of the Marine Reserves ,
Friday night at King Karl Michael SmithBarbara
Richard Norman turn a neat phrase,Matthews now an Washington communications media"
Retired personneland
Restaurant Lake Reserves military
City. During
instructor at Santa Fe Junior College, which he accused
of ridiculing: Presi-
still active
those on duty
dinner AI
Crosby was honored on his Telken and said that persons
democracy should be dent Carter rather
retirement. supporting also make use of this facility. The
Marlene Dawson and Attending from Starke can
"based on honest compromise on him in matters of foreign policy and is located in building
were Mr.and Mrs.AI Crosby Mr.and Michael SmithEngagement Post Exchange
He said
Richard G. Norman Mrs. Ed Cole Mr. and Mrs. George Carter trading.has been accused: that President of not other domestic to the nation.Issues of vital Importance 1965, which is the second building on ,
Winkler Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves ToldMr the left after you enter the main gate.
28 WeddingMrs. Mr. and Mm. Albert Foster and Mr. Personnel that do not have a Blan-
Plan Sept. and Mrs. Bob Paterson. ding pass will be issued a visitors passat

and Mrs. Joseph Telken of Square Dance Demonstration Tonight At AAc DonaldsThe the gate.
Joy Lovett of Starke announces Harry and May Hatcher and Jim Starke announce the engagementand The Exchange offers a good selection -
the engagement of her and Sandra Duncan attended the approaching marriage of their public .Is invited to Join a new of merchandise with basic itemsin
daughter. Marlene Kathrlne Dawsonto Florida Knothead square dance con- daughter Barbara Jean to Michael square dance: class that Is being The Strawberry Swingers will stock at all times. Special orders ,
Richard Gerald Norman, son of vention in Tampa August 30 Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. organized by the local square dance dance at McDonald's tonight will be available. This will enable the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norman of September 3. Smith of Starke. Miss Telken club the Strawberry Swingers. (Thursday Sept.e) from 7:30-10: p.m. shopper access to all the merchandise
Lawtey. graduated from Bradford High School "Come and see how much fun square available through the exchange
have been made for Mrs. Lenore Foster '.Is visiting in June 1977. Michael serving in the Music Auditions to be Given dancers have" says Club President system
WeddinriJans 28, at 8 p.m. in friends In Barnard. Vt. for a month. U.S. Navy aboard the U.S.S. Patterson John Greene. The Exchange will have the following
Church.All ,stationed in Mayport. The date of Auditions for the Alachua County An open house .is set Thursday, hours of operation: Thurs. and
friends and relatives are cordially Mrs. Kettle Herzog of St. Augustine the wedding will be announced later Youth Orchestra will be held Sunday. Sept. 13,at 8 p.m. at the new Natlona Fri. from 12:00-7:30: : Sat. 1:00-8:30: q,
invited to attend. spent the long weekend with Mrs. September 9 and Sunday September Guard Armory on is Edwards invited to attend Road. and Sunday 10:00-5:30: and closed on fall
James Blackshear at Kingsley Lake. "Bachelor's fare: bread 18 at the University of Florida Music Anyone Interested holidays.
and cheese, and kisses"Jonathan Building.The orchestra open to any the open house at which ,
Mr.and Mrs. Randall Chism visited Swig"Tunics student between the ages of 8 and 18. Crosby will start everyone out square
TJjLw. set each
his stepmother Mrs. Klrzie Chum in Appointments may be made by contacting dancing. Classes are Young Drivers
the Macclenny: Nursing Home on Sun- can tell more Lila Rae Yawn at 964-5018 day night foUowingSept.
and also St. Ga. about the roads than hares." after 5 to children from all ( note: 30 editionof
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton day went to George. p.m. Open incorrectly listed the
Kahlil Gibran the Telegraph
spent the weekend with relatives in to attend the Hodges family reunion.Ms. ,. counties. open house as being set for Monday Challenged :.'
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Winder Toccoa:
Sept. 17.)
Karen Hunt and daughter of
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair returned Sun- Merritt Island spent several days .-v r To Show Maturity a
day after spending a week in with her parents Mr. and Mrs. BHS Blurbs
Homosassa visiting friends and William Thigpen. oRAL
relatives. TALLAHASSEE The Florida
BUS SENIOR ABSENTEE Highway Patrol today challenged
Mrs. Herb Johnson and son of '. PICTURES SCHEDULED FOR youthful drivers to help curb the ris
Tallahassee visited her parents Mr. f 1 :TUESDAY ing number of accidents involving
and Mrs. Randall Chism last Wednes- ;..1i. UIIIl .:J.:'. drivers of their age group by exercis-
day and Thursday. Hind wnhing White vinegarin Bradford High Seniors who missed ing mature Judgement behind the
the rinse water will having their portraits made back in wheel.
cut down riming Large Selection June should report to the school officeto "The number of students driving :
I cars or motorcycles to school continues
be photographed on Tuesday I i
September 11, between the hours of to increase as a look at school
Live Plants 9:30: and 12:00 noon and 1:00 and 2:30: parking lots will show. The student
OFFICIAL BALLOT p.m. Each senior must pay a$2.00 sit- who hs the privilege of driving to I 1
ting fee at the time he/she is school: must also accept the responsibility !
FIRST PRIMARY photographed. Boys should bring awhile that accompanies it. Mature I
dress shirt and necktie. Girls judgment is essential to safe driv I
should wear 2-piece outfit so that ing." said Colonel Eldrige Beach
GENERAL ELECTION 20 they can remove their top and put on director of the Patrol.
/o OFF the drape. Having your picture madeat During 1978 in the 15 to 19 age

Starke, Bradford County, Florida school Is the only way your picturecan group, 18,004 young people were In-
-; appear in this year's "Tornado" jured and 110 were killed in traffic ac

: September 11. 1979 Thurs. Fri & Sat.Bradford yearbook. cidents. ..
Selfishness temper tantrums and a
Initials of Issuing show-off attitude all indicate a lack of ,
( OfficialSignature self-control and could be deadly whena
yI' au driver takes the wheel. As a person

I ._'"'.I'"40, ._ I .; .; '1, =. r ,: "i "_"t_:; ...._......'.._.'.,._(.'._ \...' V 'Sc V-, ?,,* -e'FJ ; is'f'i .: w behind matures according thes attitudes Beach.should be left '

q : "Safe driving requires mental as I
well and if I
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of ElectorOFFICIAL A brown bet may eat drivers are to survive in today's com
64-7954 half its weight in Insectsin plex traffic they must realize early l
: I a single I night. that driving Is a privilege and a

serious responsibility, concluded i
V Colonel Beach. [

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GENERAL ELECTION The Brooker 4-H Club will hold I
first 4-H club meeting of the new year
tonight (Thursday, Sept. 6) at 7:30:
Starke, Bradford County, Florida a p.m. in the Brooker Community

FUN SPECIAL Center1.1) ;
September 11. 1979 The Green Acres 4-H Club will meet

Monday evening Sept. 10. .
Initials ot Is. The Lawtey 4-H Club will meet .
suingOfficial n "_nn_' -. Thursday, Sept. 13, at 7:30: p.m. in I
Sample, Lawtey.
Young people between 8 and 18 are '.'
__ _____________ encouraged to organize and join a 4-H .,t
\k DIXIE CRYSTALS Club in or near their home. r
The 4-H membership Is open to all .
; youth without regard to race color ,-
SUGAR sex or national origin. For further information It
1 '. about joining 4-H or becom '
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't4 ing an adult 4-H volunteer contact H
., .. Lowell Parrish at I
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't } i Price Applies Only With This Coupon ,/
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GENERAL ELECTION 4 Servicemen '::
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Starke, Bradford County, Florida ,************* O

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September II, 1919 .
John P.Dixon
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the Bag ,+

ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of Navy Seaman Recruit: John P. Dix Hi H
the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. Good Al Miller's Supermarket* Thru e on, son of Lewis G,Dixon of Rt.2,Box
Wed. S.0, 1* Unit One wan 7M Or More 30H. SUrke. has completed recruit .
Pur.r>aei Excluding Tobacco a B.*r training at the Naval Training :
CHIEF OF POLICE i .a .Ar. 71n.i't> *W-V.: ': *> a.r ': '
ry I II Center Great Lakes III.
For Two Years Vote for One (liilll
r: x' During the eight-week training cy ,.\
cle he studied general military sub-
JIMMY BOWEN jects designed to prepare him for fur .'. '"I
then academic and on-the-job training ;T
in one of the Navy's 85 basic occupa: ,
JIMMY R. EPPS' I Jt't tional fields. t

Included In his studies were ,.
JULIUS seamanship, ciese.order drill. Naval !
D. EUNICE history and first aid. Personnel who .
_\ t complete this course of Instruction '<. t

i h Mrj q 11j are eligible for three hours of college .?; i I

COMMISSIONER GROUP 2 ."..' j I Gf1t 21'L 3.fj credit in Physical Education, and 'n' y

For Two Years :. 'J, : Vote for On NET Wt 5 tAS. ((2.27 fca), Hygiene.A 1919 graduate of Bradford High :uq-rl i!

tt II"'..''. "'.-."..,.... School l.be Joined the Navy in June .,',? I I"JId
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September*. l.7* TELEGRAPH PaTA'

June Property Sales Total $945,699: ...
The" sale of Tuck's Drive-In to wen Affordable Homes to John D. and to .......; efIo Lot 8 of Block B, $4,950.
ay a International, Inc. for $IIOIOOOt Pamela A. Johns Jr. Lot 63 of Ha1WUtenon rneftfioUS9 Hazel Rhoden to David and Ruth
. jl and the purchase! of M acres Parkwood Subdivision, $33,666. Section IS, TSS. Tyler. One acre, Lot 64,Section 91 of UNITY WITH
, by Nelson L.Lare and Wife from John F. Delano Thomas Clarice T. and RIlE, $100. Woodlawn, 1400.
Newman and Wife brought the total Joseph G. Wood A.J. and Jean S. Hal B. and Rena B. Hamilton to Hazel Land and James M. Land Jr.
land alp for June to*043,69a. Thomas Jr. to George C. and For Merson La.... parcel In OM NW% to George W. and Jo Bell StanselL
. I Mrs. Annette Stewart sold the .OM tunata Faircloth. 1.37 acres in the of NW* of Section 31, TSS R22E Ten acres in the WV4 of SW of Section
acres to Wendy's June 12. Construc SEV4 of NWV4 of Section 10, T7S, $6,000. 27, T5S R21E, $20,000.
I tion has begun on Wendy's and will be ROE. $3,000.Jamea Clyde and Laura Hall to C. Matthew Robert C. and Judy Ann Kent to '
j I, finished In early October, according B. and Jeanne Goodson to and Karen E. Packham. 3.04 acre In William H. and Evelyn J. Case. A
to a spokesperson for Wendy'.. Herbert A and Anne T. Nelson. Lot 16 the NEV4 of NWVfc of Section 35, T7S, parcel north 215 feet of Not of Lot 28 In Eunice .
t In other land transactions: of Geneva Oaks, $4,400. R22E $100.Ralph Woodlawn, Section 10, T5S, R22E,
George H. Glee and niece Willie Michael Norman to Leon M. and E. and Roxle M. Heck to $26.266.
; Jean Glee to Wayne E. and Shirley H. Sandra Norman. 2.78 acres 1,065 feet Gerald J. and Gertrude M. Stumpf. Annette L. Stewart to Affordable 'r.
Douglas. 8.53 acres weat of SR 233 In east of NEV4 of NWV of Section 25, Two parcels:: Parcel, SW corner of Homes. Lot 7 of Block 9 of Lincoln CIty
j the SEV4 of NWVi of SEV of Section 1, TSS. R21E, $17,600. EH of W* of SEV4 of SEV4, Section 9, Subdivision! $15,233. M J
I T6S, R21E 8000. Jack Courtnay, et al to Harry and 165 R22E. Parcel II: E'AI of NW4 of Dora Allen Frazier to Deverne ,
Veronica M. Roberts. One acre, Section 16, T6S1 R22E and a 1974 Aaron. Lots 1 and 4 of Block 19, Lincoln
J Jack M. Courtnay, individual and Government Lot 1 of Section 25, TBS, mobile home $13,500. City Estates, $100. VOTE t
attorney for Marilyn Courtnay, J. R22E, $4,500.Juliet Shell M. Abernathy to Lucien M. U. S. and Lomie D. Rhoden to Max
1 Brooks Brown and W. Roll Covey to Musgrove to James E.Cribb.A and Shirley Gauthier. A parcel of S. and Clara J. Cherry of North ,,
Methodist Church District Board of parcel In the S'4' of NWV of Section land In the NV4 of the NEV of SWV4 in Carolina. 1.2 acres in the NE cornerof ,
j Missions. Five acres'! In the NEV of 12. TBS. R22E, $13,500. Section 21, T7S. R21E, $100. Section 12 TBS, R20E, $100.
the NWV4 section and government lot Keystone Developers of Bradford Basil and Betty Davis to A. William Henry and Antoinette Stefanelli to For And
of Section 25 on SR 21, 180.00 County Inc. to Henry and Virginia D.Nickels and Irene D. Blaha. Two acres in a Irving T and Carol A. Clark. The I
Sanford Glenn and Linda Hick to Jr. Lot 15 of Blcok 2 of part of SEV4 of SEV4 of Section 20, westerly 80 feet of Lota 1 and 2 of
Meinhard A. and Bertha Hirte. Lot 8 Keystone Club Estates, $4,500. T7S. R21E, $3.000. Block 23 of Temple's Addition,
of Block D of Pinhurst Subdivision, Mary J. and Ronald Thibodeaux to Equilla Roberts to Leola F. Christy. $17 500. ELECT 1 1,
$290. Edgar E. and Gayle McRee. A parcelIn Lots 6 and 7 of Block 26 of Livingston, Gerald and Ruth Burns to FrancisK.
Eva Roberts to Michael and the WV4 of SWVi of SEV of Section Truby & Co.'a Addition, $100. .and Debra C. Forsyth. One acre in
Theresa OgeI by. A parcel in EVfc of 9, TBS, R22E, $32,500. Lennie Delma Gibbs to Jerry D. the NW corner of SEV4 of NWV4, Section
NWV of SWV of Section 33, T5, $333. Jack and Mary S. Catoe to Antoine and Patricia Gibbs. One acre in the 17, T6S, R22E, $28,000. Julius Eunice
1 Affordable Homes to Conley and and Marie Innocent. 10.34 acres in the NEV4 of NWV4 of SEV4 of Section 10, Townhouse Enterprises of Florida,
Mary Alice Bush. Lot 62 of Parkwood SEV4 of Section and SWV4 of Section T7S. R22E $100. Inc. to Longchamp Homes, Inc. Lot
Subdivision, 10833. 20, T7S, R22E $55,500. Albert A. and Peggy A. Lynch to 38 of Parkwood Subdivision, $3,500.
i, !blames E. and Beatrice Creamer to Herbert T. Cora J. Hall. Lots 30 and Frank E.and Lydia Sellers to WadeA. Julius D. Eunice
Ella Kate Swlnyer to Roy C. and James E. and Treacle Shears. 31 of Crosby Lake Inlet, 12000. and Margaret W. Behr. Parcel 7 of
1 Helen J. Hoislngton. 2.17 acres in the Government Lot 14, SEV4 of SWtt of Jack Courtnay, et al to Terry L.and the SW4 of SEV4, Section 10, T7S,
NWVi of SWV4 of Section 3, 115, R22E, Section 2 S. R2SE, 12666. Beverly A. VernJmo. Lot. of R22E, $13,000.Leland .
$5.000. Carlton Whitehead to Benton and Keystone Oaks $3,500. A. and Doshia Smith Brownto ,
W. Wade Baty and F. Brooks Herman Vonclle Futch. Lots 1 and 3 of Block Scott Whitehead to Robert L. and Austin Cary Smith of New Jersey. Sept. 11,1979
McMeekin Land Developers to 38 of John's Addition, $3,500. Mary A. Brown. Lot 5 of Block C of A parcel of land south by Sampson .
Joseph and Mildred Crawford. Lot 15, Stephen I. Wiener, trustee to Trans- Dalewood, Section 21, T6S, R22E, Lake, Section 27, TBS, R21E. 21000. ",.
Unit 1 of Whispering Pines Estates, America Investment Corp. parcel $40,000. T. W.Tatum to Hance and James P.
1100. in the SE of SW and a portion of SW Mi Harry B. and Shirley C. CeWltt to Thornton. Lot 22 of Woodlawn, Section
Gilbert and Louie Bell Crosley to of SEV4 lying between U.S. 301 and Warren L. and Marion B. Shaver. 17, TSS, R22E, 7000. New
John and Martha Houck. Parcel SEV Seaboard Air Line Railway, 45000. One acre In the NEV4 of NWV4 of Section Durwood and Lucille Brown to JohnL. As Your
of Section 7, 2700. Rose Marie and Robert V. Thien to 29, TBS, R22E, $11,500. Bradley Jr. Lots.7 through 18 of -==== =- ,
Aaron C. and Milta Williams to Robert V. Thien. Lot 23-A and the W Town & Country Homes of E. Central Block 4, Security Home Sites, a subdivision
Grace Blackwell. A parcel in NEVi of 14 feet of Lot 23 of Crosby Lake Florida Inc. to Ronald C. and In the NWV4 of NWV4,Section
SEV4 of Section 29, TO, $4 500. Estates $100. Jannle Crosby.. Lot 4 and east V4 of 39. TBS, R22E $750.
Affordable Homes to Karin Gray. Percy and Delia Covington to Della Lot 5, Block 2 of Hardy's Addition -Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. to Ar-
Lot 64 of Parkwood Subdivision, Mae Covington. One acre in the NEV4 $27,800. thur N. and Joan M. Greenberg. Lot
$32,666. of SWV4, Section 21, T6S. R22E, $100. Town & Country to Robert A. and 11 of Geneva Lake Estates 7700.
Stuart and Denise Wishart) to Larry Clara Mae Allen to Lee and Clara Lossle M. Rooney. Lot 3 and west ft Town & Country Homes of East e
and Kathleen Edwards. A parcel in Mae Allen. Three-fourths of an acre of Lot 2, Block 2, Hardy's Addition Central Florida, Inc. to Anthony
'J' the SEV4 of SE V4 of SEVi of Section 24, 150 feet N of S 450 feet Of E'>iI of W 440 $27,800. Francis and Phyllis Marie Paul. Lot 3
T6S, 30500. feet of NEV4 of SWV4 of Section 18, Orie H.Nelson to Leslie H.and Han- and Wtt of Lot 2, Block 1 of Hardy's
; Charles and Edna Osborn to T6S. R22E $100. nah R. Nugent. Lots 4, 6 and 8 of .Addition, $27.500.
Yi:i Wilford L.and Jennie H.Umphenour.A Quincy Taylor to Donald and Block 3 in Starke $10,000. Sarnt and Malee Sarntinoranont to
parcel in the ME Wi of Section 25,T8, Carolyn F. Dowling. Lot 11 of Block 2 Cleone M. Dowling to Marian D. Asa B. and Patricia Ann Sharp Jr. A
I' on Lake Geneva, SR 21, $20,000. of Santa Fe Shores and a portion of Long. Lot 8,7'A1 feet of Lot 0 of Block parcel in the SW Vi of SW of Section 28,
! Jack Courtney et al to Gawley Construction -. Lot 7 of Block 1 of SFS, 25000. B of Jones Addition, also portion of TBS. R22E, 32000. S
Company, Inc. Tract 14 or
Tract 13 of Geneva Woods,Section 25,
Tea, RUE, 15000.
Pervin G. and Armour E. Manning
to Richard and Nancy Bloodgood. A
parcel in the NWV4 of NWVi of Section ..
13, TBS, R22E $3,000. THIS
Elbert Clark and Judy Nell Martinto Folks By Now, You The Voters" >f* .. ..
Gerald F. and Ruth M. Burns. 1.07 M" -
acres in the WY of SVlVt of SWV of SUMMER! ,
Section 26, TBS, R22E, $34,900.
; Geneva Lake Estates to Merrill E. Starke Must Know Me A Little Better.
and Eff ie W. Parker. A parcel of land
in Section 25, TBS, R22E. $100. x 4
Gerald Griffis Construction Inc. to I've Tried To See As Many Of You As
Robert J. and Linda Tyler. Lot 11 of \ "
Parkwood Subdivision, $27,000. .
""'1j _i"l..'.'111Ii_ I K Was possible In The Past Weeks :


Bradford. ,. .' A CENTRAL ((And:, ..Must. Confide,, In You That I Have ..

Bassmasters . HEAT & AIR \ Tired Feet To Prove It) ,,, I

Completely Installed ji .. .
Nell Crawford
Saturday by, August 18, was anotherone 2-TON Our City Is InNeed OfNewLeadership '
of those ,
typical hot August days. 1690 s sIn
Had access to three lakes.
The classic was held on Little SYSTEMPlus The Police Dept. And I Feel With My ,
Orange Lake near Hawthorne. The
ele work
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tournament began at 0 a.m. and end- any necessary
ed at 4 p.m. WE SERVICE. ALL MAKES Training In Law Enforcement And The ;
The top ten Bassmasters of the 78-79
season were casting for cash, as well AND MODELS OF CENTRALAIR I
as pride. Fact That I'm A Hometown Man, Will
The top ten were as follows: l) Earl CONDITIONING ,
Muse 2) Donald Spencer, 3) Donnie 'i

Evans, 4) Harry Sheffield) Pat SYSTEMS.. Make it Possible To You A
Welch, 6) Don Thompson, 7) Edwin Bring ,
Johns, 8) W.T. Smith 9) Dale Johns, ,
10) Wayne Mundorff. Police dept. You Can Be Proud Of ,
The sun got hot early and those bass CONTRACTS AVAILABLE, .
shut it down.I fished with W.T.Smith. t
We hit the east shore of Holden Lake
early, then moved under the bridge (dll1ioi": Don't Home Sept. 11 I
and fished the north shore of Bonnet Stay ,
Lake, then we headed for Little

Orange.We tried. all kinds of worms. W.T. I SAWYERISIR
Go To The
even tried some "ugly" looking Polls And VoteEunice i
worms. We had several strikes; W.T.
broke his favorite graphite rod on the
Jirst strike he got. While all of this i
"was going on,Pat Welch and Mr.Tom CONDITIONING INC.
O'Brien was landing a 9 lb. 14 oz. ,
hawg In Holden Lake. TMs A!* CONWTIDIDNO KRTS
Pat was using a black fliptall worm,
fishing the west, northwest shoreline.He sea rrs>L a _n IUcfl S 24e.trl

got his line busted just before he

landed saw the big Donnie'hawg.We Evana. and Jody This Will Be Your Chance To Put

Starling trying to convince those bass

to Edwin take their Johns worms.and Don Brown were ONE Quality And Most'!Important! Public

working the deep water just under the
new culvert going into Bonnet Lake. 11x14Natural Police
Confidence Back In Our Dept.
About that time Earl Muse and Mr.
R.F. Bryant came flying by skimming Color .
thetree tops looking for a deep Your Vote &
hawg hold. Earl said he found a concentration '. Portrait Support
of bass about 3:30 p.m. r ,

Don Thompson and his partner got only Will Be Greatly Appreciated"s
some nice bass early in the morn- 1a \
Ing. Dale Johns and his partner also s '. ,
$1 50
found some nice bass during the early And Not
Forgotten >*
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morning. Wayne Mundorf says he .
tried everything but an ear of corn, YOURCHOICEFAMILY "
but couldn t seem to find a concentration -
of bass. N GROUP '. :" For A Free Ride To The Polls "L ;;';" 1'(;
Four o'clock finally arrived and all '
bassmasters returned to the landingfor OR ANY ff ,
the weigh-In.That nine pound plus Call 964.8230 or 964.89361''' (

hawg clinched it for Pat Welch. Congratulations .Mno" Hi I Mil 0 YOUR FAMILY Utillll"1......
Pat for well don Br .. .
a Job l C r '" N''''" "
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The Flshin Shack presented Pat njiiiH-tion Vii .IN".i..llly| l fVrrnlr !
with a $50.00 gift certificate. We .\ > 4 Hh T 1d.rAWnp/Nfrr nor Family or IVr IVrwm' :. '. I :.:".:.-t.! .
would like to extend a thank you to the VOTE
Flshin' Shack for their kindness, we ', f..t:' .". : ,
appreciate everything. that you aredoing APPOINTMENT < .J}'' ff'i 'r .. .

for us. will be this NO NECESSARY .,,! ADFPRDMOTEL" t< ',,. : Eunice: ;:;:
The next tournament Lake ':,Thar:.Sept.6th A. Fri.,S.pt.fth ., '1- r-: .
Saturday, Sept. 6. at Rodman I f t .
beginning at 6 a1113 p.m.at Kenwood J :" .,. .: ol.!; -, Photo Hour; IiOO ,:00 P.M..* 1..1':,: .T,.: ruASC .mo THIS ;
Landing. 0 p ". ,; STARKE, FLA. cnmncATE WITH YOU \ r
..,rwrw 1 ', f rue for ?4 Pet Adv. f af4 to* By luaus O EvMc
I Bass WlaheI. ,
Neil Crawford
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Triest Wins Bid for Lawtey Addition "

Triest Construction Co. of Keystone preaching 400. the two new teachers Co. of Orlando to convert the fuel oil
Heights was awarded a sm,100 contract approved for the school will have to burning boiler in the round-house that ry1.rt .
to build an ft-clauroom addition be housed In the school cafeteria until serves the middle school and vo-tech M( rr.
to Elementary School in ac the new building is complete.On center to natural gas. The board
LawtThey night. Aug. 30, by the recommendation of Supt. figures to recover the conversion: cost
the Bradford School Board. Tom Casey, the school: board accepted In.leas than a year due to the high cost
The building will come too late to the only one of three deductive of No. 2 diesel fuel.
help the crowded situation at LE this alternates that would make Test the .Accepted part of another bid by Industrial .
school: term. With SO additional I low bidder. Music 4 Worth Construction Equipment to rework boilers
student and an enrollment ap- Co.01 Live Oak was low base bid- at Lawtey, Hampton, and Brooker r.I
der, and was lower than Triest on the Elementary Schools, and the boiler In ,
alternates except the one way the end of 1I t
the south A-Buiktmg at BUS. A
I FSP Inmate Flies Suit board awarded the job. Triest was decision on repairing the boiler in the "r ; _
less than 91,000 out on the base bid BUS gym was withheld due to the '
: To End IsolationA and was about $300 low the way the high cost of repair and Indecision on .
board awarded the contract. changing that boiler to natural gas.
suit has been filed against the With fees, architectural and legal -Awarded bids on band Instrumentsto ,;,,, u
Department of Corrections by an In. the total package will come to around an out of town dealer because thatdealer I ias
mate who was being held at the $340,000 said Supt. Tom Casey. The promised two-week delivery, ,. W
Reception and Medical Center to protect school board has available construc- although the bid of Mac's Music Shop, .S +I
his life from prison employees. tion funds totaling $332.490. Casey _
a local firm,was 1300 lower. The dealis tic V
Michael V. Costello, who made said, and will have another $10.000 off if the equipment not deliveredon _
charges of official corruption In the before the project Is completed with schedule, the board said.
management of the canteen at Union funds from license tag sales. "Why were the bids not sent out ?
Correction Institution,was allowed to The LE addition will have several earlier?" asked board member It-wheeler driven by Walter Mitchell clipped a car and telephone before coming
file a handwritten document asking additional) classrooms and several Gaskins. Semi Cult Pouter Pole to rest la ditch.:
for release from isolation at RMC by smaller rooms for special classes. "I had no Idea I was going to get
Circuit Judge John Crews.Costello's Seven bids were received on the any money," said Band Director A late afternoon wreck Friday Santa Fe Community College (SFCC)
charges of Irregularitiesin small LE job, the most the school Mike Woodfin, drawing a round of caused over $2,000 damage to two
canteen management sparked the an board had received on a job in a good laughter from the audience of school vehicles and led to the arrest of Mary Announces
Intensive investigation by Florida while. officials. Cooper, of Starke, for lane
Department of Law Enforcement ear Triest currently building Phase 4 "You can always send out bids. If :: "RELIGION in AMERICA"changing.
ly this year. FDLE agents are'ap- of the vo-tech center and doing the we don't have the we don't Ms. Cooper was driving her 1973
parently investigating! the matter middle school walls project. The have to buy," Gaskins sad."I'm Plymouth on SR-100 heading west (Audit or Credit)
and no charges have been made. Keystone Heights firm has done considerable to know Mr. when she
clad that. passed two vehicles. A
The suit charges that prices are work for the school board. Gaskins,' said operations chief Len- mack truck driven by Walter Mitchell A NEW DAYTIME CLASS"Taught
much higher at the non-profit canteen Music A Worth built phases 4 and 5
nard Register, drawing another ,of Alachua,was heading east on
Dr. McFadden
than competitive prices outside the of the Bradford High School but by:
new round of laughter.Awarded SR-i00. Ms. Cooper failed to see the .
prison system, and Costello questioned the school board has never accepted a contract on a new lawn truck, made a left-hand turn in front Begins Sept. 10
who was getting the profits,according the buildings as finally complete. mower for the BUS Athletic Depart- of Mitchell, causing him to hit the Mon FrI 1:48: pm. to 3.00 p.m. At Bradford High School
Richard Belz of Prison Pro- had
said he
Architect Craig Salley ment to Tresca Industries for Into
$ ,412, Plymouth, swerve a ditch and 964-8388
Startle Center -
not received a letter of approval of the
ject.Belz the low bid by$5. strike a power pole.
is an attorney who works for LE project plans from the State There were .
no injuries.LibAH
the legal agency, which is funded by Department of Education. People at
the Department of Corrections to pro- SDE are on vacation and swampedwith
: vide legal services for state prison Inmates plans to evaluate Salley says.
: In other action Aug. 30, the school _____ L J ".
: Costello argued that Belz was not board:
3 his attorney and had no right to ask -Accepted bid of $2,015 from Industrial

_. Jife.for received special threats safeguards against after Costello's Belz Engineering & Equipment aDd CAR WinnerthL

". In a carefully researched and handy ,..
:I written motion, Costello set out his THREE RIVERS
:. legal arguments to prove that DOC
had no right to keep him In protective Beginning September 1, 1979, A *1980 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME COUPE
custody against his will. Costello also Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc.
complained that he is unable to work
3 and earn gain time" while in isolation will be taking applications for legal
so as to reduce the length of his assistance by appointment only. DRAWINGS
prison stay. Call toll free 18003425362.
Judge Crews allowed the Inmate to F R E E Pro-
Whether or not you win a cash prize 'In our Monday night
file the suit last week in circuit court Days of services are as follows: ttP Football gam,all your football game ticket are eligible forth
and also declared him indigent so his Bradford County let and 2ndThursday Cutlass Supreme drawing Write your name, addrett and 4
court costs could be paid. 198O OLDSMOBILE phone number on every gam ticket you collect at Pantry Pride
Belz predicted the case probably mornings. r CUTLASS SUPREME'S during.aeh week return them to Pantry Pride and depo.lllho",
wouldn't go to court and Costello Union County: 3rd and 4th I WILL BE GIVEN AWAY them In the SWEEPSTAKES boa at the store olfk*. All tick*!*
would be released to general prison Thursday Afternoons of each month 8 U PER MAR K E FOR THE NEXT .17 deposited that week will be gathered In a central pot and
ONE ticket will be drawn. The person named on that ticket
population soon. WEEKS drawn will win a 1980 Old Cutlass Supreme Coup A new
Ml MUO I IS mil SI set drawing will be held every week for 17 week
Oa situ* III IlblstltIWlatNtleONeSILi.

: DRAWN ON SEPT. 13, 1979IN
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:Hamburger Prices Going Down'I; 'I I f'"In Some Places Yes : Starke, No ., I ,

In Gum these leaps days up with the prices inflationary taking Two weeks ago McDonald's Corp., phenomena-on-Price rollbacks the are surface not It new 1* everyone his has an innate desire to better still coming quite often he said. but they are taking a "wtif awl sa" J. l I,)
getting a feet the world's largest fastfood hamburger condition, "a desire that comes Another slice of the customer pie attitude. ,
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foIIP lIft't even chain cut their hamburger a 200-year-old us from the womb, and never that may hurt existing fastfood Mullins said he was Mint M'swouldn't "
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though prices to lure Inflation theory described by Scotsman leaves us until we into the "
weary go restaurants will be
McDonald grave. the ofWendy'
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'. lowering their Smith-but in these days of everIncreasing This
customers back desire is turned
Into the fastfoodpalace. to IOClety's.ood .
in late October.
on Den"who
= cheeseburger and ham- to are always the "MJKtf 1
The of McDonald'sStarke prices which seem by pitting one man's drive for
manager self- Most that Wen-
agreed back
by a nickel. demand managers will come no matter who ,;
In Jim Mullina said hasn't disregard the concepts of supply betterment against
he another's-In dy', might hurt their business a bit. else is In town.
Storiettes cut prices because his store is not and a "freer> market. It's a short, through a competitive market. t
however t,
buying owned by the McDonald'sCorporationhe strategy that has been Ignored by
the.mnlpresent hamburgers for the businewsmen. Smith called the
outcome of this
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owns a
same hambUrger price and of 4s 55 cents for a plain the price cutback Is at the discretion competitive struggle the "Invisible Tax Increase Approved ti
cents for one with backward in band.
cheos of Individual McDonald's managers. But McDonald's step When men vie wlft each other ,
the price race was followed by In the marketplace, the price of their
several businesses-Roy Rogers dropped commodities Is pushed down by the A resolution for a slight property Only five persons were present for
their prices immediately after Invisible hand to "natural" levels tax Increase was approved the second tax increase hearing held

I ::> McDonald's did. which correspond to the costs of pro unanimously last County Aug.26,and nobody objected to the In
Legals 1 duction. Smith felt that the Aug. 28, by the Bradford crease. The commission has made It
",. Sears Roebuck and Co., Is having a marketplace Is "self-correcting." mission. plain it wanted all the Increase possible -
"Christmas sale" beginning Oct. 28 The increase Just .223 mills or 22 this year to help on its deficit
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County, Florida: 32091. on or before October continuing through Jan. 31. Sears officials Food prices various fastfoodestablishments I cents per $1,000 of assessed property /(
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 11, 197*. and III. hope the sale will stem 11 io town however remain value or It will cost the owner of a The board used $435,000 in reserve
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR lot On ((1)) and the the original with the straight months of sales declines. the same with no changes the 130,000 home just $6.89 in additional funds to balance the OT&MW spending
,BRADFORD COUNTY WMt 20 (feet of lot 2 In Clark of the Court th.r future. The steady How of customers, property taxes. It is also the most bill. It has been several years since .
fLORIDA CIVIL ACTION. Block 39. Blanton't Addl.! before s.rvk on Plaintiff Chrysler Corp., one of the big three on the other hand has not remainedthe county property taxes could be increased the county's Income has matched expenditures.
IN RE: J.D. ODOM JR. tlon to the Town of Im- Is $400
attorney or car manufacturers offering same. under Gov. Bob Graham'sfive .
AND VERNII P. ODOM Hampton at some appear madlatoly thoroaflar rebates on certain models to move out percent tax increase limit placedon I
HIS WIFE PLAINTIFFS v. of record In "Flat otherwise a default will Its inventory. And daily newspapers Several area managers of fastfood county commissions for 1879-80. (see page 18,1)American :
MARCARETTC L. Book 1. Page 39, currant be entered against you abound with "two for one" couponsfor restaurants said they have noticed a !
$ JOHNSTON, DEFEN. Public Rocord of Bradford for the relief demanded hamburgers pizzas and other decline in sales since the gas shoe The tax increase will push the county I
DANT. County Florida, all In the Complaint or Petl' fastfood items. tage. Hardee's commission's total tax levy to 7.889
NOTICE OF In Section30. Township' non Jones said their night business has mills up from the present 7.666 mills. Legion
I SUIT South, Range 22 East. An article In The Florida Times- suffered the most.
PROPERTYTO WITNESS my "hand and Union described the price rollback asa The board has one more public Meeting Cancelled I'I
i : MorgorcH L. hoi boon filed ogalnst the seal I of this Court this possible response to the demands of "We used to have a steady streamof hearing to go through before action on ;
I Johnston lost Known od- you and you>> ara required 9th day of September a free market. It bears some customers at night, but not the 92.5 million operating budget Is 1"
:I dr...: '.0. Box SIS to MTV. a copy of your 1979. resemblance to what Smith the anymore. Breakfast and lunch Is complete: public hearing on the American Legion Post 58, Edwards }I
S Hampton Florida written dtfonso: If any. GILBERT S. BROWN patriarch of economic thought about the same though" said Jones. $147.000 in federal revenue sharing Road will not meet on September 11 '1
YOU ARE HEREBY to It on J.J. WOIBERT, CLERK OF THE COURT. described In his seminal work "The funds included In the county budget is 1979, announced Commander BilkWilson.
I NOTIFIED that an actionto JR. "ol tIH'* attorney BY (.Ign.d) Marian Wealth of Nations" (1776). McDonald's manager Mulling said required. The commission has set Due to the city election
foroclos: a mortgageon who. address I I. 206 MeR... AS DEPUTY he's noticed a decline in customerstoo. that hearing for 8 p.m. Wednesday, scheduled on September 11 and other
th. following dmcrlb- South Call Street, P.O. CLERK. The article by Christopher Hosford But the loyal customers will Sept. 19, in the county commission reasons the next scheduled meeting
ad property In Bradford Boa 1086.Stork, Florida 9/6 4tchg 9/27 went on to say that Smith felt always come back and families are meeting room in the courthouse. will be on September 25.



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i Phone M4-68H3 Church 'liny Tots rehearse each Jn kk By Phne Carolyn M4-Mt1 Eaves (ltfegerudj).'Mfebtfla Ktawto. Karen
Monday 7:30. Senior choir rehearses '
I 4 KintuUa, Sherry Berry, and Sally
I Monday 7:30 each week. Prayer
Public Performance Hearing
A first for Camp Nyatl and the Daniels.
Public Performance Hearing for Meeting Tuesday Wednesday.theCircles Starke Senior Troop 6M wu Smile Bradford Girl Scout leaden have
meet at 7:30: each week.McKay's .
Community Development Block Day Camp August e-10.The camp was already had a meeting as we prepare
Circle at Mrs. James
Grant to be held at the City Hall, for 15 mentally handicapped girls ourselves for UK new scout year.
n SUrke on Monday Sept. 10, 1m at 7 Prince. Story Hour Thursday, 7:30. from the Stark area Joyce Wain- Change for all Girl Scouts: Include a
Friday, 7:30 the pastor and congregation -
m and fee. All
p registration month
and did
a wright was the director an new
will conduct services k
at Free
Public Hearing for city input and 1, outstanding job. existing troops should be registered
comment for the preparation of the Canaan Church of God. The Senior .d A The daily activities were: making by September and each girl will p.yis
Community Development Block Choir will serve. Saturday dinners name tags, bird feeders leaf prints. This Is pushing us to begin) which
will be sold from the kitchen. Saturday
Grant preapplicattan fiscal year 1980, but real problem
: making collages with dried flowers fine for the girls, a
t will be held Monday, Sept. 10, 1979 at at 5:30: the Little Church will 1, and deer moss, making fudge, cook. for the leaders and the service team.
\ 1:30: p.m. in City Hall, Starke. rehearse. Sunday School, 9:30.: Morn- ing campfire stew, making ter- We still have Brownie Troops without
r ilrl Seoul Brownie Troop 325 will ing Worship, 11 a.m. Dinner will be rariums, doing plaster castings of leaden, one at SUrke Elementary la
k meet every Monday at 3:30: p.m. at served at 12:30.The Deaconess Board deer prints ana making vases out of needed and the two troops at
I HJE High School. All girls are asked will meet at 5 p.m. The Women will drink bottles covered with tape. Each Southside.. We are contacting
to meet. Registration has to be before meet at 6 p.m. day time was planned for swimmingand everyone we know, but U you are interested -
Sept. 15, 1979. Beulah J. Lennon canoeing,with all the girls enjoy- ,please call me.A Jot of time
leader and Sarah J. Morris,assistant Church of God In Christ: Prayer Ing this. la Involved, but I can guarantee you
leader Band Meeting Is conducted each Lawtey RangersBottom the and the
Joyce would like to thank each of wW enjoy program
Junior Troop 684 will meet Tues- Tuesday at 7 p.m. Prayer and the following for the time and care ;
l Greater Allen Chapel AME Church. YPWW 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Sellnen, Coltrane Felton\ Kim Starling, Kenneth Norman Mike (advisor), Betsy Yawn, Patty driving to Camp Chowenwaw last .
Registration will be made early for Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Gowen Billy\ Gault, Timmy Smith, Rourke, Dale Norman, Wayne Mullins, Irene Wainwright, Dawn month to offer the campers baton.We :
Juniors' also. Elizabeth G. Walker Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Wore Kevin Norman, James Crewt. Prevatt. Schoenlng, Janet Klmutls know they enjoyed her. ;
leader and Mrs. Audrey M. Myers ship 11 a.m. No evening services. Not pictured. Head Coach William
assistant leaderllousrKiifst Plans are In the making for the annual Top row, I I. to r., Coach Mike Stroud
it : Mrs. Jarutha Desue en- Women's Day program set for i
her Carol Fountain Oct. 14, 1\r19.\ All members are askedto 6
toyed daughter, 9 '1 !!! 1101I." -... IT II !
and t baby from Daytona Beach for the cooperate with the activities for Hampton Hi-Lites byyDoiiom
weekend. success. Senior CItizens i sg our Special Education: Teacher.. The :
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Donna Parker Ames book .
( hurch Aclivillr
I : meets this Friday, September 7 at and the and will be enjoy by !
Mt. Pisgah AME Church will honor New Bethel waptlit Church: Each renovating grounds Jacksonville Sunday with her series many
at 8 ,Prayer Service. 2:00: p.m. in the City Hall. All are house, and It looks lovely.Mr. spent students and is appreciated. ;
Kcv B.J. Franklin, Sunday, Sept. 9 p.m. sister,and family,Mr and Mrs.Lysle
during the morning worship services. Friday night 7:30: Family Day begins welcome! Crawford Is employed as a Correctional Williams i,.
Sunday. Rev. May Berry and congregation BookmobileThe Officer at Florida State PTA Meeting
The Hev Franklin is a former Mrs. Dolly Simpson visited friends
of Mt. Pisgah who has retired from will conduct the services. Bradford County Bookmobile Prison. His hobbles are fishing and at Crescent Beach Sunday.Mr. Tonight,Sept. 6, the PTA Is holding
I he active ministry and the church Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship stops each Tuesday at the Post Office bow hunting. He recently became a and Mrs.Paul Meng and family an open house meeting at the school
parking lot from 12:30 until 2:30.: The member of the Moose Lodge. beginning at 7:30. Parents and guardians
I family will honor him and his wife. 11 a.m. with Rev. Perry hosted a bar-b-que on Sunday for all
Come and share In this celebration. from Jacksonville,delivering the public Is invited to browse there and Mrs. Crawford enjoys refinishing their family and the Francis Meng are invited to come and meet
I All members are requested to bring a message. select books free of charge. furniture and yard work besides car- family. the teachers of their children, also to

< Livered dish for the Fellowship Dinner Baptism will be held immediately Visitors Ing for her family. They include their Among those spending the weekend visit the classrooms and meet other
following the morning services. after morning service by Rev. Reverend Leonard Melton and his son, Steven, who Is 19 and is now with the Paul Meng family were Mr. parents.
At 3 p.m. the A.C. Fellowship Hour Alphonso Jenkins. Dinner will be employed with a telephone company and Mrs. Carlton Meng and daughter,
visited his Mr. and
served after Baptism. Communion family parents In Boston, Mass. Their daughter,Dee and First Grade Visitor
lor the West Jacksonville District will Angela,of Jacksonville; Mr. Mrs.
Mrs. Lonnie Melton and family
I Dee who is 18, recently graduatedfrom First graders In Mrs. Jean Clark'sclass
Rev. Melton is pastor of the
with the
high school and hopes to find were thrilled on Friday
') Come out and support the Youth of Michael of St. Petersburg; Mrs.
Church at Hill
; our church as they render service fort First Born Church of The Living God: Baptist Spring near employment soon. Regina in the Phyllis McClure and children, Kasey visit of Don Roberts,our local Florida
Church activities will begin with Bible Tampa. seventh grade Dawn Marie, a fifth and of Highway Patrolman. Mr. Roberts in
i he Lord. An interesting program hash Ryan Tampa; and Mr, and
Buckle Is
C.W. Melton ( ) enjoyinghis
grader, and Chris, a third grader, line with the chUdren'lltudy of safety
).. n arranged. Study, Friday at 6:30.: Friday, leave at home. After being Mrs. David Wanner and sons, Mark
Come to the church with a visions 7:30: Tarrying Service. Sunday stationed Army in Illishiem, Germany, for were welcomed to Hampton Elemen- and Travis, of Orlando. They all left and career education, displayed the
and serve a True and Living God. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 tary School last week. Monday apprehensive about Hur- tools of his trade.
26 months he is busy visiting
The Crawford family lived in the He spoke to them about pedestrian
: Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. Morning a.m. YPCW 8 p.m. Evening Worship relatives and friends. He has also acquired ricane David; but all called home
Sandalwood area of Jacksonvilleabout safety, bicycle safety and safety,
Worship at 11 a.m. Rev F.D. 7 p.m. and Is anxiousto notifying their family of their safe arrivals -
some property two years after moving there explaining right side of road to travel
Richardson Jr., Pastor. home
Pleasant! Grove United Methodist Free Canaan True Church of God In spend some time there. His leave from San Diego, California. We are Joe Meng left Tuesday driving to on and proper methods of walking,
ends September 19, and his next happy to have them in our community riding, and waiting for transportation. -
Church: Each Wednesday Prayer Unity: The pastor's anniversary assignment is still not certain. Chattanooga to attend the Fall term
Meeting at 7:30. Thursday 7:30: Bible began Tuesday Tp.m. Wednesdayat Ache Melton, daughter of Mr. and 1 at Tennessee Temple College. .
He told them about his schooling in
the True Church of God in
School 8
Mudy Sunday 10 a m. only. p.m. Mrs. C.W. Melton, Sr., new from
and let them examine
4 hurch of <; last week Miami.From
services. night Greater Gainesville to Angela Thomas celebrated her 13th hand cuffs, and his first aid kit which
day 7pm Bible Band 7pm. Prayer Friday there she new to the Honduras to Hampton Elementary News
t' and Pastoral Teaching Friday, 7:30 Bethlehem Freewill Baptist will con- that birthday which occurred on August Hurricane David gave students and included the respirator. He explained
time area.
YPWW 6 7:30. duct services at 7:30: spend some visiting 28, with a slumber party for friends the various duties of a State Trooper
pm. Evening Worship : p.m. She has called her family to let them school personnel an extra free day which include vital
t Mt.: MorUh United Methodist : Sun- know she arrived and is Friday evening. following their Labor Day holiday. transporting
safely enjoy
ciav School only. Happy Birthday to Fred Peepleswho organs such as donated eyes to the
\ntituh Missionary Baptist Church: Dell Chapter lee O.E.S.The first monthly ing her visit.. was 6 years old on September 4. New Teacher Eye Bank and ,blood needed. in

Imrsday 1 (today) Prayer Meeting meeting for the fall will be held Welcome His sister, Donna, turned 8 on Mrs Kathi Ledbetter of Gainesvilleis emergencies.The .
7 :10 Saturday, 7:30: the Union Choir Thursday,Sept.3,at the Masonic Hallon The community welcomes Kennethand September 6. working as the Physical Education highlight of the visit came
will rehearse Sunday School 10 a,m. Brownlee Street. There will be a Barbara Crawford and their Mrs. Dottie Roberts celebrated her Instructor She also assists with the when Trooper Roberts allowed all 21
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. The choir "Chat and Chew" session. Each family who recently moved to the birthday on September 4. Her reading program in the school. Mrs. students to come into his car, which
will sing at Starke Nursing Home. member Is asked to bring a covered Reed property on the graded road daughter, Debbie, had a birthday on Ledbetter is graduate of the University they managed to do at one time! They
Evening: worship, 6 p.m, dish. Every member is asked to behind Hampton Elementary School. September 5. of Florida, and worked as a were thrilled with flashing the lights
.renter Bethlehem Freewill Baptist cooperate with this activity. They have worked hard cleaning up Leslie Brown celebrated his 11th Teacher's Aide for 5 years In the and blowing the siren, as well as finding -
birthday on September 5. how the radio was used for com
View Glen
Prairie and Springs
municatlon. His school visit and lecture
schools She is a qualified Swimming
50th Anniversary !
Wedding were greatly appreciated
teacher and has an Instructor's Certificate
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton Invited
their friends to Join them on Saturdayto Aid classes.for teaching She loves CPR children and First and
Jimmy celebrate their Golden
f Epps Anniversary which Wedding enjoys cooking and sewing., besidesan School Volunteer Program

: September 7. The celebration occurs Is set on at interest in all sports. Mrs. Ledbet- Mrs. Cathy Williams Is again servo
ter's husband Jim Is stu-, the volunteer
Coordinator of
presently ing as
the City Hall from 3-6
;t, t The Peoples Choice p.m. dying to become a Physicians Assis Program at the school. This has beena
i Lake News tant. Everyone in the school is happyto valuable service to the school, and
Hampton have Mrs. Ledbetter's help! interested in assisting with
/ Professional persons
''f Experienced Mrs. Mary Overholser new to volunteer work are Invited to call
Gainesville after sb weeks visit In Indiana
1 Night Classes Mrs. Williams at 468-1853 or the
and Ohio. She visited her son,
Adult Education classes begin at school office 468-1212.
Bill Overholser, who Is school ,
a prIncipal
Chief Of Police the school on September 10 and will
For in Muncie, and other relatives
continue each Monday and Wednes- HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
there.She also visited her sitter,Mrs.
day from 7:00: until 10:00: p.m. Miss MENU
Elizabeth Turner, in Cincinnati. She .
Claudette Peterson welcomes Iep& It.If,lala
is happy to be back home anyone
Hampton Lake.safely on interested in improving learning in MONDAy..... ter Sloppy Joe on bun,col'*flaw, ;
II 1979 Math, English.Reading and Writingto buttered.corn,fruit cup. milk. :
: Sept. Happy Birthday attend these classes. TUESDAY......Ill Hamburg!gravy,mashed
Scott Clark celebrated his 17th birthday poUloc.green peat,porch' cobbler roll,milk. :
Chicken rice :
WEDNESDAY 81* Itt peanut
on September 2. Library cup carrot Mick, turnip greens, pear hall, corn
1. MARRIED. 1. QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of Happy Birthday also to Mary Ann Mrs Kathryn Wigglesworth,School bread, milir.THVRSDAV.
Parmenter who ,.... It: Meat MUM w/tpagheUI. ,
was 13 on September Librarian, announced to all classes
2. AGE 39.RESIDENT. Santa Fe Community College 21 cheme stick, lowed salad, apple crisp trench
'. that a donation of books had been bread,milk.PilDAY.Sapi.I4.
3. OF STARKE Police Academy Visitors received by Miss Mary Thomas who Tuna a.lad,green limit,cinnamon
Mr and Mrs. George Maud of is the sister of Mrs. Debbie Bigham. roll,banana milk.
133 Martin Street. 2. CERTIFIED: Police Officer State ...


(retired) 3. EXPERIENCED: Police Officer

two tarke Police
5. MASON (Bradford lodge *35)) Department years


For A Ride To The Polls, States Air Force) Southeast "edlC.G"

Call 964.8421 Asia. .

5. B.S. 1976.

1 I Stand For A Professional And Public Service

I Oriented.Police: Dept. w

1. I Will ensure all police officers and administrative per-

sonnel the opportunity for education and professional SALE

enhancement which will assure the citizens of Starke, the professional 1 L

police service you NEED and DESERVE .-

2. 'I I Will BE AVAILABLE to all of the citizens In police ana .. .

3I community 1 Will matters.assure you of regular foot patrols in our business Tremendous 'C ; -. ;

districts, and vehicle patrols In areas which get, little or no ,

patrols to provide the best security and safety for each and

every citizen at no additional cost to the taxpayer. Savings On all Units In Stock ;

4. 1 Will stop high speed chases by police except when ab ,

solutely necessary to SAVE LIFE or PROPERTY. .. (. ., ;

5. 1 I_Will completely revise the now existing( administrative I '. .
See The
policies and procedures and will most sincerely design a proper Exciting New .

and lawful system for the storing, handling and disposal of $

contraband and evidence (GUNS, DRUGS, ETC.) that has come Fleetwood .. ', r' ;'

into the hands of police and ensure myself and the public that !

these DANGEROUS ITEMS are being disposed of In a LAWFUL '

MANNER. Stone Ridge i

,:' 6. 1 Will INSURE the local:; animal ordinance is complied ;

with, in a humane and lawful manner.
7. I firmlY'| believe and Insist on HIGH MORALS and STAN-
DARDS for police officers.I .

Will Do All Of The Above Without Additional Cost To The !HOME CENTER;

Taxpayer Of Starke, If You Want To Know How, Ask Me.

: (Pd. Pol' Adv Paid for by. Jimmy Epp) tly Sit- Keystone Heights, Ffa. 4733775i

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cow* ( MMMimit d.) IO.MI : ,I.HI Iscttc.IIut.gII-r.rid. S I
4. VtIIsrIL ) ( S ,
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I 'L a/ii \ ', : _1- I 1M no S 5S

,,. \ 6' a.m Count.*' (lMt_.... 4,Iii _, ," ; ,
-- 4J11t .72i ........;. mHwjton I.... \
,' "J. "I..A ne....".. h._.. .... ..., tl.."... 1000011 LMI.II ,.lig M'I IS
...... : e.1Ii 1.171 i
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: o'1;' II'f ," Jj41.l2 .......n I.i.I.. IflA 110 10.... 00 12. M I S

Iu".w ...n.I.!! ., ,, ,' ,'. : """t v M8Urlio .... .
1..111.21 flLA t. III 00 ..I no IIN.m I1JsIII22

TOTAL.. ..,... ...... ...,. .. 1.I9J: 100.001 .: :, II\1; ;. $ J.U.JL.IS... ;
.' ,.10" I" R.th'1 IIIl.I III 110 121 00 I

.M. .H4lrKn. | <4tod A'.... ........,{. ?,. .$" ) TOTAl........................ 7,216 OOCO, $ ,SJjS5I19.21 S
J 1 S LI? on' IIth IR1. I"" no 104fl 118 00 IIlII43

l'ncor-0-.t.d. ; A.l" : -.:.. 31.4811 ,: :: ..Ine............ A.... *,.,...,*,*,.. ..... .. t '
I .
.. 1 .. Utllltl. and FI hm&I 30.: OO.OO tlSI 110 II.S44.EO Iklis19I2

a. AittMM Mliutlon. (197 T'* Roll) Incorforotod. A........... ..'..... ... 43." .
::: ._IIoln..no. _II... .... Pt.rliIi 10000.6G 8. lit.00 1648.M I .
: .
County' (IMlns.,..or.t.d) 101,799,341 70.1M 6. JUU Rtvonuo JMr1n. : :': : UiI'I '82 Cbatf Of Ccr& : : : I99.OO : :: : :

Brooks 1,290,194 .961 1/3 All to Unlncorporotod Arw...,,_,,.. ......,'* !.1i.Izz.II rv CtroI srvI.m _&PI..t.. : : 43)400: : : :

Hi-Vtoit", 1,241,431' .83 2/1 l Md on ropul.tlon' ; ........ .............MO.Tf; ( ,._tr.12 ....fo.... CmIIt. Veh .... mrIt 12.061.00 11.016.00 I
L. t.y ,107.828 2.06J jfl.e2: La.tu Vo1. "Ir. o.--t 4.5QO.00 4.5QO,00 J

.*."*. 39.2M.1HI' .. Jfl :, I _"'"-122.82 HIIlI"" Vol. FIre O.srt 1.000.00 Z.OOOOO 3 S

TOTAL . .. ... .. ...... ,. ', '" \ .
150,741.911. 100.001 /l.: 'j.., >*> ...., ..-.. V.I. Fl,. OsI.I OOOO '.500,00 1

UnlncorportWArM.,,.. .. .. ... ... 70.181 .' < 'I\. S 1. '81 CIty of kar'.'. Pirs DpIImt ..700..00 -. .700.00 ) S '. '

IncorportUd A....,.... ..... ... ....... 29.121 ", rt ;$ rl'$2.I There .. I. Ftrq I 00 1 flo oo 70,00

'.... S I : :
A : ::00 :
1nron .. .. t424.11 l.'n' QIrcr kIri ;4 I.IdI.QO .. ::14.011

_STIIlATtD O Rtcnnl S : J11.424-t2 tonlno Ift.nt.t SI.r4.. la it I nnTmu. IIIt ,

FOIl THF rtri: .rAII FHO'''''' S.IIIEII ]0. 1 1O 'I' .',..t 41424: :: Oth. P.riat I.ri.i 2ftO.fl: :.: : : :

ACCOUNT .... \ "W'; S
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1.'".''''' ..... 1.2R aft Hn7pt.QI1 M2.11.fl" 41LS44.OO 171.B68.00 ". 1 t'" /VI g., ; J'n: :
I c ; : :
ato. In.n.. I.g NI ... no __ ..s I
I.UD.IM Contr&cthrt R..ht..tl.... !IOD.110 _.00 192.00 1

% I1.W4.1I 7nIn Alt.rn.. ......n.. ,.., 1 MIl on .11 no ... on IS
,l-22-l OcLI&LLIcii.: 7.500.110 7.500.00 3JZZ"a T

,J7..I2IIfl Aiitfl AIIn. *ad TftlxalV.tt.824.gt 2 ... 00 I.I M 1 All DO 1 ,
zqnIn: Unlno.roor.tod 1&000.OO 11.000.00 I .
S ?j.\1-I24.I2 7smI O."a".a C..II.. a.d ......... OM on 'U "" ... DO' i iII :
"l:1U.l.iL ZQnIr: ncprwitsd33123O 3 \.
I 7.I...,.- "MvI D......... S1.rw H 00 A .i1 M ... DO IS '
Fod..l Ri1lurpi.nt CIt" O.f.n. 10.000.00 6.51.00 3.648.00 I I
t. S 5S
: FICA !.... ..fl.flfl I7.I 21 DO I ,
.J4.IID, .... u1tp Control Stit I 11.000.00 .228.00 1.172.00 Lj3H62O '
.311'22 Retl'ftt "" 0 no II.1 flI.I 1 :
: Moiailto Cortrp' ".t. II !.117.1IO ." 1.223.00 I _

_1II5llon IIf dI4uIthThw.n. .00 no ... "" 1U.00 1
\.34.130\ Child SU.Dort [nfprt Inc.ntlv. 71.00 16.00 29.00 11147IO .,

.. -I-II-I2 MVt QMratlna SuotilU inatarI&tt .. I.MI.OO 1S12.I 1.II.X 1
St... Orant LIb,.... 10.170.00 '.'?'.00. 1.144,00 If'

3izid2O S. )-"-.ll5.1Civil ".f.in.Cuitodlan OIrctpi Soh", 11 .!15.1IO I8I.OO IlliX 1 (j jtr
Stit RYIIWS 5har1fl 119.991.00 ".209.00 ::10.762,110 'I. ,

StI.12 Sarvlc* Salary m Clvlt O.fg... : 1. l.221.Oa 1
1 1.3212o I".r.nc. Ant Ll .n. I O.OO 177.00 17,00 I : :. :::: S : :: .
I ) ric* ; 504.00 3IL IS
.m-IID Mbt1i HON LIcon. 9.100.110 1.106.00 3.8'14,00 ) S .Ii.Iil
t-M-826-22 ttr.nt 1.202.110 79.00 113.00 1
l-W:15O A' Chill 0ev.ra.. Llo.... 2.500.00 1.538.00 982.00 t .
R.f'n. .... (ii S [jItton and. J.
l.-"-5ZS.n lift mil HMltH' Iniur.ot. 110.00 212.00 158.00 1
'::V =ill ddtod! Olsobfllty faUno 11.192.00 )3.119.00 4O73.OO 1l.Ioo '

: '137rt.40 Auto Ato) .snc. and Tr.v.l 1.000.00 615.00? 381.00 1 T
City Or.nt Ilbrtry 1.143,00 3

,l-39-55-45 1nv5ur."'. ,nd Bondt. 600.00 J69.00 21'.00 I52'.16
1 37-2OO Cliv R.fneunt Civil D.f..p 2.flO 00
-''- I.p.Ir alld M.tiii'I. 6.U6.oo 4.016.00 1.150.00 1
1.J)1,500 City Oront MomIt. Cantrol Loc.1 S.""0110 rwniz3$3o 00 .
'. (.".IU.51 Offlc. > ro".< ,nd ...""toll 500.00 301.00 112.O It39
CI.rtI .f Clrciift Court R.c.tht M1.ann no V.7fl 00 IflI no 1

-5-S2 Civil Otf.nn Ooar.tlno M.tirt.1t 1.491.00 3.382.00 1.111.00 1
1.342.700.. MYI Unfnco.ted" 11.000.00 t.ooo.nn I "
1-39-521. !4UIIflt 1.511,00 57.00 1".00 I
.1 .710 "VI' lnnt.d 10 flj nn '0 non "" ,

1- t-3fl.ll Agrlculturt I Homo!! Icn.cDpt.Spl.rl.i! fl.b315110 U In NO p .... /VI tFIIA 11
1..4'0 0"... Prlt I.ok.hi, MIl 00 I pg. /VI ,.. "" 1

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1,'<1.100 Llb..v Fin.. flfl.rI 1S /VI ." 00 11.ll10D t.4I22 htf..f:: : S : :

RAn' &nnnf" 0"VI I fIR no 1 :
Llfa .nil H...1thtut b.rn.ri II.OO IGLOO 751. I

1.69.900 ",,,.I1.n..u. R.v.nu. I.flflfl.I 1 10' .g1.flfl 1 5.S
,? A1I.i1. T.t g.1l.Iq l 2.flI.IO ? :
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iamr :, .'..<1""' ,. I .:'IN' (,C' ? IIf ,It 'I I' I"1'1 S II.i 400.00 4LbQ 94.oQ I
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i ., ., 4.N OgarIM Suooll. aVId M.t.rl.1, l.100.OO 177.00 42J.03 I .
""4O.12.fl MI411.no 2qL191.flOLs
,," .li.1I: Votor.n .ryfc. Offlc.f Sll.ry 1.554.00 2.802.110 1.7',1IO'
<1 .. /WI no 2R .n 00 1g.In1.i I

95' rSTIMAT D RtIPT1 1 I.MIOO 2O.4Th.OO 2712.OO, I I42f1.fl 1-42-M3-221 I.tIrt FICA& Tu.1 ::::: :::: ::::: I II4z ,.

.sel-4a Auto Allow.*., and Tf.ygl 37S.1IO 831.00 "144.00 1 \

IHVSMHT : ,; '" Off Ie. liiPDllol .nd Matoorl.1I IIOQO! M 00 42.00 I '

TllAHSFR' Bulldlno Riprvi Fund 2.49.OO 14.1.flO Lt14200 I 1-43.S4O-I ttotfart. jjur1, 9'JOIIO K4.00 3&8.011. 1 ..,. \

TOTAL '<"MATm .Fr.IPTS AND IAIWE LIl.LA1.flfl 7Q 10' 00 ii.iAa. no I. '' 'i. 1.44'510' Mtdlctnt. aod DocUr (fVtmdtfg.Parittntl) 1.000.110 1.461.110 1.539.00 1tCl.5fO.sr I

.("'11'0. ..1.. I ... v... I ..,......,,_, ... Thh v... I oal ; Tcaii ..MrtnI ": 5OO.od 101,110 192.00' i 5 5
t \ '. 1.46.56Q.P: Hon'M.ktfi'_S.r.1c4 SRCC (Union I Brldford) 1.54'.00. .5 1.183,110 1.3M.00 1 i i'I I
1.j.IIIII( *to'ou1 to Control loul Olrtctor SlliryHoMuttg 3.9'JO.1IO 1.391.00 1,101.0(1 1
I-I'a&2 Control Loul .5.1.,1., 24.ea.OO 11.110.00 .517.0(1 1 .;

CSIi PITIQIII .I 4.119.00 2,701 .00.If. 1 :
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1 DUl =ITURrs '. ;I FICA tII ; S 'r !

FOR TH' rrcri-' TEAk NflIM SEPTENII'O I"'D I.ACCDL'lf I. R.tInt ; : t ; : ; : Ifl' : ;


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S .. A 11M 00 .n M 1 "%0 NO 1 5I41
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Gi. Oil. .nd Luorlc.i' Dp1tH' 2.2100 II7I.flfl 1 ICPpIii1

1.71..71 YlCA. ..... I OIA M I II 00 1 tfl NO. I ::;'A I : .I2O.fl: 1.: & :: : I

'.71..00 I72 "" 1S
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1-17. a 5..A lneldvntt.1.Notnulto :3d.Oo 11.111 12IC 1 \ S .
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S .. S 1.48.561-.2 Control St4U I S.tfl.t .900.1IO 2.I9.ofl t.IflIoC I
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1.71 .Oil.,. _,._ n. t
NO ...00 1 ..::4n3u73 Othii Ptri1 So..lc. 2.51O.1IO! 1.14100 IILlO 1 S
1.1 'Nm'v ."n"I' ........ I 9" .-. .nMM S
1..8.582024 In.urtnc. LIability 240.00 I 411.DO It.DO t 1
... I 11M NO .017M 'ORM 1 5 .
1./.11.17 A.. 'n"n9 ..d .ltlnl \
1-48-5M-24-A Worlmnn'i. .. Corogm.tloflCootr4Ctu 170.110 lI.OO I.OQ I i
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1.... ll1..o ..... I11 n.
1-4a-6U-34 <1 torvlctl, 110.00 $2.00 SIt.00 :
','111..1 'n..n..nl........ I. I... .0_11M no I2.E.flII 1M no /r 1 S .
S 10:110: '.DO' i iJ.8.Altz
1.48-111. Ofcs $UPCIII and M.tirHt 1.00
ID""" "" 10'1110 1g24500 Il2I.1I.1 S 55Lr4LUA
l.f1.Sn. Ron" I" IIl. IF 0... 011. 4nd LubrIcants 1.7.00 1.061.110 114.lID 1 't I

27.ana.110 II.l.OO' 1O1IO.O I -200.00 1.S4.OO I. S
Inou"a" and Io.d' chmIciii. : : .
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S 14.00 2150C
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; 8.000.110 4..22OO 107800 II2I41t4
.nd iIntnafll"
10",1. S
., .\ I 001I.110 .. 61L00' 361! 00 t SI2l.Ilj4l .I1:16'4: "" .0.11. Cont..1 lute 1\ IIr."CI LI..lllt 175.110 I.oa 17.00 1 SWor.si ; !
and IthdIn '
rtiUU oJ L12T,149 -, 1.210.110 77000 I S 1. <.56"24o A .. .I Copiiiitto 25O.0I IM.OO' I.II. I ; '
Subsc.lollnn .nd Ad.I.loo.. 000.00 S121litIl
CoitrptiaT .rVICI. ia.o 215.00 135 no T ?
5.137110 1.163.110. ,
Offlco S ODtt.. .nd ..ulah,.." 9.000 00 SS 1.09.5411" : .

5 2.100,00'' I.IIS.OO 962.110 1IZ141l.64 II.II44 R.nt.1 .rd UlltlttO I.ZOO.OO IfiSO 4d2.O! 1 1 IJd9.IU'.A

!ouI.t ,.55 ,...S,'5 I...... I.s.11' .n. Y1ttnU o'loulnt$ 911110 M4.OII 353 00 1 : ; !
.21.11\.17 Eu1pIIInt! WIUI'bOd SyItu ,- -"" 4 .fU.00 I.11 2110 1103.IX! 1 ., SS .,
L _0.110 CItraI ..t. \I S
C1..k .f I"ult Ct tIr.. M' "" ". no f OM "" j.flM-2, : Ch_Ioah 101.00 ".00 40.00 1 )

22.11212 Ct.k tt..ult nut' ..h..nt.. I&.I.1. 4.lS5 0(1 ,I.I1I."" iu.no S 1 J.n.IIi:.. Tool_and Pq.tetIpTI 18a.lIO I11.DO H.OO 1 J. ; S

1-22.112.\3 Otha, 'a".n.I irvII I IR.O" 178 oa 1.12IIO I .h211I9, M.dlc.ldl' Ho.olt.l I ""flInI H_ c... 50.000.00 I".' Je.750.1IO 11.240.00 't' .. .

1.22.512-21 PCA' ti.. r P ioo.na" 1&00"" 1.oDa I 'I.It-.49.:t "-. Tub fiiil.r c.... s '11I.110 114.00 ".00 l' S ; .

1.22.12'22 tIpnt 4 "" S' ... f t r 54J00.OO 2)II] DO I 847.110 t ,I.I2.M.4I' '. IIon..I Multh IuIdCI CIhiI 41. 10.00 .617.00 1I.IU.oo Ij

110 924.00 1 .n.3:5. '1.113.00 111.00 ....00 S '
IIon..I HttTtfi Plurlti 1,11
1-Z2.S12.n LI?. and tulth ) ,, 1 ,
Auto Allowanco .net ,.... SIfl.T4O t.44-563-82 R.t.rdcd Cltfntil .Contribution. 1.001I,110 1.076.00: 1..00' ;

1.1l.ll.51 Offlc. 3ulIsI pied torl.h 16.000.OO ..141.OO 1.117.00 S I I \\:57.511. Pa1t. Lthr.."' Director 5s.y" 11.468,00, 7.019.00 '.4".00 5 .;.

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'.12.112-8"" Eoul..nt. S .5 .. 2..x l.no.OO 770.110 t', -' SZIftII 1.57-571-\2 ttbrai7 ,IIflaflt SslIIfl, 11..00 1 10.001.00 ',240.00' ,

'- Curt. .f IIance OoootN. '. _. ..... J JoJ157.oo! .::849.00 1.908.00 I ,.57.5t1-1t! Qthe' '......1 SO..I... \ 6.1".00 1.1".110 '.",.00FlCAt 1 .': ;;

1-13.I3.12 CIo" ftn.nee Oo""rtMnt Silirtul 14.1.110 11.111.00 '.181.00 SS 1 S ,.".'n. i ,.... S i 1.701.00 tI .01.00 M.00f 1 .

1.13-413.13 Oths. ,...on.1 Syfc! 1.111I.110 '39.00 587,00 1.,7-5'-22 _. '. 5.f. S ,ftI.OO J I. 1.M3.oo '".00 1 "':
.1-n.21 'ICA, T.... 1.100.00 1.291.00 108.00 1 1.87821 Lit".n4 "..It1t tniur., ''. Z.443.OO. I 1.503.00 940.00 1 '1

,.100.oa 1.to7.00 1 .1'; .00 5 1 ,.57'lri.N' .Wor......I.I --.tI. tiooo/ \29.011 11.00 'I' SI
l-lJ.5t.ZZ '.I1..t ,'Ij. :

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1'1.0' 110 to! IX! I 241.1 15 .1IO' .
I.n..o ..... AII- _I .n. T.v.1 :2W.110 II7I714I .-.nl"tlnn" Cppt 400.0(1

l.n.lnOI flffI. .....11_ .n 4 .....ta.. 55 55 LOILOO fIio 1.317.00 I .L17An:', IlIIe', "' ,v.... S 1OMIII/ 1Ig. M. .111.I 11ft ,..J"' \ :. ::1'

S 5 ........ OlIO' M II.nn S 770' 00 II i' 4.L.AZiI lIa.h._ ......, 'IUD'IIO r tM.CB I1ISIO' : I II
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: .. 22.87100 A I.. I II' 00 ,
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5.t2.4-fl1.II7Jr.xJjHa'ft, ..11clI: 1.037.00 1.210.011 I ""O "" s \ ... \ .Jin nn..7M.ua s ,'. iv! : SS
_1.2,. .n.1I '!Itti..h ...... 'r S S I IJr.571-V iltrtrr -, Mill. rroarm 5 .. .. I' -.1, :,,( .
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-111-100' T.... 1.tIIR m t'-tl.l4L931 10.. ...00 JJUUZUS ", .BI.CIII' '. DI' : I, ',' Y T &! 'VVAACCOUNT ,

lOAD :: :
i.111.urn! Tir-'fl-)1. f-p'"r -"' ...LCm.( ) _?nIKlO.a! ..___._....] ,--nil.. ,.. --...n.ua.na. M, HIM",. 1\t. .. fQII .

i.m.ioa.tJlUMO fatUiml.. giimnii* ..."Hd, ..111.261.98 ___ ,____._,1'fI.IU.JIII.foil' l'' ,..I', ?_V cI.AIrIcATION TOTAL COUNTY UNlfICIIIUIOAATI AA9Al100uIM0ti) '' ...At ,1Ej4pp&V{ A

.,loan 26'...Airiilut C4.. t Hatac.Ju .. J.z. DC.QIL ,___..JJ.oUI..IW.a.laD.1III .V'' '" ..m.loo 7j.XE1.03jen190.7/1.933 f5LB12.00 tms17.00 \j J&'.. J.I, '\ 'l l' .- _-

_tlMILOltxjQlU- 1DI.Q.. __ ____110\11.00.' 1I..1It ':' : (I .t
f -.1" \ .: / : )' -

1.iA" ', 0 0.,Legs......t "" .. IL .t c. nfn.y!!. _. ? ,__4.122.00 A.mI.m, 1'. \ : ,; -. .

) I ,. TOTA mrMTO BUEIPTS' 114. la.oo', 101! 641'.11I V "rI61.1111 ", T, -1.- .. __.

LOS I' 7.741.00 B.4u.00 t._."! ,",.
A .1.-1--

TOIM 5TI TlU'cIP" 6 39e31LO : :..J. L62LOQ: : 270s1u.COIf.S : : ); .951 fSTI I TED BEtEIPTS V 141.071.00 1113.214.00_ ? d4Ol VMV ;, 'JII, 2IAlANCr

11if7.m .
s lsgpi. ,. 3 t BROUGHT FOD, CASH t" ; .
ft L (
951 nfc19t01n9Cr1PTS 11III.101.00 _,.JQ2r82.OB.,_!,. II.JZZ.III., : ,//0'17,4' LIQUID "VU'lMMtS V vV V V .' '. "' ,.
: ,
_0.e eat noNyu, n....r1.ffAtu ? 11' ,at M _.....)y jfl.nil '.1.316 Oq I 'i .1 '

TRNlSFU. J ... ., : :. .;., .
ufluia.! / WlE1l! ; i TOTAL UTlIVI'ID RECEIPTS: AIID IlALNlCf 147,071,00 11i3'Z34.OO ', t4l-N*"'" a: '
'. .
TIIoII5fU J ", ,
I .

rotAl ESTlMAnq RECEIPTS, AND BAlANCr S -71.L m. .'il62.Mit.aO.ttSUlUXL. r ,., h {',," : I121BYA.1tC1fl + : .' ..... .., I' of ., ', ",; I

ABFa 09. 1.1I8..htl..t... nd fill Yolr I Ilal.---) I ;. : :. .. .L .,
....:;.. :;: (11.N I...... I... y... ou____..,_... TAr .... D'i, VV __
,, \I '. ( ,
: ; I'
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; .
ti III.r.r !! \ .. ,, ( .
r .
FOR THE FISCAL! YEAR ENDING StPTEUMO 10. 1915' '. .n. 2ur eeiTi varTtmrtnyru.re ,n Ion : .. 7 '.: '" r
: "'. :. ACCDtJlT. .''" 4 '


,211.41.12 5110rl._ 193.66.11II 119.142.11II ,74.pg.QQ, l ........ ",.,/VI ....."... rN'1 .." .....p. ... '" nil M 'n' 'u M .. ., ..,. '/ .- .. ..

Z.II.S..1t, _' Olh311JIAI41 5.rvl... 3 CIIIO.OO 1.846.11II I.l ..oo 1 .. 'I. 1 --.
; ;It I- c ." M
riCA: t. ... II.BI1.1111 l' 7.2M.1III 4.1+&.00 1.. ? '
h ... t .. : ::11'TM.
112.Shc2! 06L12me nt 17 <12 00 10.7116 00 6oJ.1oo I I> .. &P..IIA""" 141 n71 no Ini "4 on n !ll 7 _
:, / I ''

..lo"....." _, "._.". "..It. l....._I IlVIQ.on on ..1/11I ,
.\ ; :
.: I' 1: : ,
32,11:1tI4.!!/ In'urlnol ond Bondi .DIIO.o ..". a n 11II_ 9JtA.DO 7' ;'' Aa rt .'
.a.a. r BRAOf'QRD rAD YrI4D 'Vil
1p"r''; .-
6 Kolnt.n.J1UlIrJoul.t.tfr., .. ,olrt.. .,.. ".MII 00 "; ::14011II 211._ aa PWy"tU SEPAIEN .
... FOR THE FISCAL reAR ENDING (M 30. 1980 < "' .: ::l 9ir; ,: '.:'IACCOIMT I

2.11.541.49 RAN PovlnO'R r 1n gnly!! ..E.EII ItI 4.1IIJO.1III ,_!1.411.00_ I.IH.DD 1. : ., .

.1.611i62 Seu1t Tool under B2S.OO 2.001I.00 TOO 770.00 I NUMIJER ClA551FICATlO1I TOTAL_ COUNTY WIINCORPORATEOMCA .I_ ,, I KCY COO{_
C..nty ardlnlne.' 13.2 ,. N. ''t

.Z=l.I.I.2.A M".110n..u' Su9DllIt I Eroenlee 3.ODD.00 ,w, _;:1.B.6.00 1.\4.00\ _I 1.41-1110 L... LIb....... "TlM ro. 1.000.00 61.OO .,'. JA\i1lP\ I Yy. "I.. i1OrA1 _..l--: I

'_11.2., c..s..JI.I1..1 Lub"oln" E.anwt 4D ",00 21609.00 15.il2.oo" I ". .. i .

..11.'.'.<1 N.....-.1.. 'nr ..".".. 0' R2B _:PI seeo.M; I'.380.11II I 9'(2QQp 4I t \ .

I ,1.11.<41-" [gglnent 94.ODD.00 11.1211.00 _, 31.17.00, I ; ,." ,

'.U41.n T.! DM9.73Nj .12 1IttH 8.Ia3 DO 11.113.11II. 2t r"TED RECEIPTS- 1.000.00 010.00 3115.11II" \
/ Melnten4nce" County Blm 8.1IOD.00 5.219,00 2.211 .OOa.14.541.I2 i LESS a. 50.00 31.00. 19.hI 1W
\ I '.rt '
/pL.n.nr.. n, c.rnnA.rr '..d....t..l., I1 ryMI nn S7 tM 4 /f1. 1 .\1 fSflMATrD ICCrlPTS .5D.00 SB. 00 .DD ti 1
i lC! fa'1 n8fwS86Y44t.., ...d. .. 0 ANfF .noonHf mA".D'" CA.H 1.. '
'.IAAa1.4 8D.000 DO ;-49.216.00 32.l 4.1111 .1 1 V : ..
:. .
\ ,0. '.
Z.15-S4'.12' BUII'Drd County 510n Shoo. 511&rv T.4a6.DO 4sQS 00 1 EIL 00 L24c 110(110 TNVfITIMNT1T .
",2'. t,
nrA. T.... &c. I q3 Bulldlna R.erv1 fund 2.DDO.00 1.230.00 710.00 1'
t2E. =
r 1 nflV "1. I 207VIIMa. _., f ,

I _1.1 4iVt:34.l f.+"L'8.1'1.. J ",, .' ." .' 112Q11'I' I""I .//1 ,,410,00 ., .i ,., Zu.oqt < ', ,-It ,toTA' ..ttW.. ...cn. ., .fJ'D .. _';'} .' .. c, ...' 2.95000 ... :::.''' .. .-I.BI4.00.. -. 1.1f1'! ',1""'I ', .. t ,\,.-"....,
'wo! '
I 2-15.541.23 ore .nd "..lth In..rln. n
2-.5.1.5'' Offlc SUDDlt.. and "t.rtlll" 'IAO.00 I11.M el nn I FOR THE RSCRC'TgR'Tn0TNC17EPTLMCA 30. 1980 .. U1 .. ,X'

215.5..52, DeIt"'Dn' 5UDDII.. I "tarh"" I.MO.m 0"
2-15-S"S Kot.rllll 'Canltru.tfan or M'nten.no.I' ) 11.500.00 1.970.00SRO.OO 1 (

,6.511.54 ""tn..lnlnD lo.. LIbr.ry D.... 2.'SO.00 1.814.DO 1:140.00' ,_1yI ...
2-15-41. .
OM M 2 '<1 nn 1117 no '
2-10..1-11 rFTA IFrAl Fm19vr.ne' erant 2c MIl nn IS ,un... 0 1,7 no I : '. I;;. ----
= = ;

.' ..... ... ---= ::-

I I: ;,:' ATIm' ,: r.. -T---
J i".j i: totAl APPAOP 2.950.00 1,914.00: y V 1 I.UIIIM! t.
: ..
.j I : F. .. '
I .t I ., I
Be..rv. for COntlnoenFV 1 Inn on R61 o ,F,1tl nn' I r '.

TOTAL, BUOCET APPROPRIATION 711,001.00 4'2.492.DIJ ip9 1GI; nn : 7'T' ADFrO tOIJ"W riV. J. "r" ,

& 'N ( TrDH RECEIPTS .. ;:' _,
TI, FfIR tr/D/ FISrll' V'AA 'N'HNn t. A ..
\ .
;' ACtOUllT V L .
{ .
IMD'O'D__ COUffTY_ 7EsnNAt r r SAr, .. -- -
Fin -[ t WQ 7.311-100 t.... .3n... 150141.933 .B.99I.00. /34.382,00. 4.4PI.m 'I- ., IL .
nxb RftE1Pn N I ,
\ FOR TrRTTSCAC-TCAA-CtIONITSCP/H( +1R7O.: 1q,0, ;. :- / ;.::': _-..- I

Y, \ .
I ,1. :. ) -L: : :: ': 'W ; : .: f
] ]lI.IDD Tae1 1.491 1 On 150.741..032 224.756.00 157.734.00. V 61.D2rI00 Z : .
? ,
';> toTAL ESTIMATEO RECEIPTS 48.991.00 34.3820D I4...A0' ? 40, 2 !
J=]149D Violent Depth I MIl.00 615.00 ]85.00 I't .. I

,(F55 61 4.450.00 1.71900 W. .. '.. _2..m'' _
1.14.200-A InD..t Ph..n' r... .061.00 I.B77."O 1.174.011' 1 '_. 1kL. ,

955 FSTNATEO Rrcrlpio 16.11LMV 14.001.M< IIJIN1.Mr.
1-i.I.5211 Civil Feet 10.101I.00' / I 6.4 O.oo V 4.0':7 ?.\!!!. 1 __ ;, id. ) a i
811AJ rF ..nUOHl'I fDAYAR01 CAtH t.J" .. t. >i: ,

t 10:::: Flnen: and ,Bondi Dods:_!1.InroARqrpted ncor22t.t.d_ A7.OIOOO 00.Mn.m: : 1O.0D0 00 11. .gQ : :frs ,... ,V'V. i"" 'i' {:"&,:. f'''.,.. .'",.' _"_--_- !

tllAlf5n K +'," 'Oa 1' ,1
1.363.900 MI..lI.nIDu B.vonu. I.DOC.DO 615.00., ]BI. 9 ---L-__ M 7. T.' +"j : Ij el."

toTAL ESTIMAtED RECEIPTS IIfD BALANCE 46.591.00. 922.663.00 I' 13.AV1.Ol1/w', ., ." ,,';,.1' __V_
: ::1,1,1( ; _
y \ L 4 .. "
,.. .
: I ,, ''"
I TOTM. ESTK| TEO RECEIPTS '') 347.307.00, 217.DI,00 90.aoem 1 "e ) --J.--_
'. ,
LESS 5. V 1 7,38!.00 in.Ml.ftfl.J48.0H..M. dR2 00, I .ww.tiN"1'4 f TPR"3 i ;--
: t ,
Lnl.d l..t Ynr .32O--.Ftttrt.d T..r .121 .' :t '
I .. v 1)1111.) Ikr4'f' yAf .
9 RTl nTM. RECEIPTS .W.iU.00: ,. .. J3.124.00.l I IHLANrrt pi r .. A.

.. l II r/ '
.n "' Inw.on. Tau j In r"y! yY1" 0 e.n no 4 fUn,011 I ; :4 7 ,7
.". I .. ..' "
Cy .
'.1. '" .t' ( \. .
,. LIQUID I IMVtlTNtdTS ,_P.W.W 0.522W! HSSL.i.CiO.M I fr ,' ) .... .1,; ,.tG : I. r AD COUNTY r.: ..?'1 ,.. '
:. ....' . NT '!II" ',_ -1Io.! .
I tAAXSfLA: lutldlfia ..>.... Fund 21.00q.oo' .3RD.00 I t /. (- :" \ f' 'J Pi ES '. I

$ F f, .. ',,4'w' ( o. J ,FOR THE F I5CA rR 3 I RtI ? ".,'3,'Vt\, V
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AMD BALANCES 179.294.00 U276.98Q.M ID2.3'4' .00 I.. ', ACCOUNT.....h t. .. "j. 'f'

(." '".. ..1.. L..t v... L491..Fftf.tH Thtl Y.ir1.4g11.I NI/iMf B'7 ttA551PICATfON 'TOTAL CDUILIY IpIIMC0AP0AATFyO M EA3 1 ARDA'1 NtY tOAE!!
Amt Dlroctll t. U, .t.-Board .
r, ,.,II-TOO ""e1tA.Nrd.r CN.ot.r 154.02 !1.etatut.4 46.511.00 w, 32.613.00 11.B1II.W 2 ___
J T' '" I ..
FOR THE FISCAL YCA N TtMIEA 10.1980' tot" I'f'
A .. I... --
UIII"CORpOBA.'rQ.AREA1. ,? CORroRATOj m'AS In .tOot .
rI' TOTAL AMAQUTIONV" 16.lAt.m 11.66.00 .t I2VR1IVr 1 'II'1.' ..____
I ..."v""h' n....... n",.. 0IflI fMI \' "A qD< 1O2 Db r I \ i ,;>' 1"1' ',' '
: 3.n-516"9 Nltnn. f.eo S.OOO.OO 3.076 00 1 .92410\! 1, ; '.. ""..". { -,. .. ..'! ,.i;.
.. .; ,
: .
'' :
E 3.13.516.49 Other Court .J J' .
J Cotta : 90.000.00. I :30,160.07 ? 19.240'IOSV T : ".' t' D ltO

: 3-14.521-11 Brld'onl CmIN.rur--- Sitar,. 1121900 11ntm A.8.177.00 I3.141o.l1.12 Tl i ,. ".'. TlBU H bd mUPTS ,

.; _': I0R TNP FI 1"11 YAP FNnIXO SFPTH..FR tn.1100'
5h.rlt' O.n.I..d, A..I.tln.-SaI.r''.. 150.217.00 V N2.42/.00 01.011.QQ I d '.1 A" .. ", "'. \ J. '
.'. '" .
S.I4"I. 'h..It'.. .....h'.g STA.. e.i.. 36 969 011 ,r ,7jyg92 on 11 nlO 011 ) r [".} ;' B..flt'ACCOIMT. .. :: ClASSI'ICATIOII '. / TOTAL tOUNtY UIII"ORPOBATtD MEAS .. INCORlIOAAmI N1.L._ tCY !'QVnE! .

4 311.521.49 lnu..tl.tl.' 1A i: 716M, 11O< 00 If ? 'I, i ;i.g h.. lI.1A1.m '
'. r, L ,n item .n on M B'I07! 1M! _1L. ._

II> 3-14-621-52 SA.r9ff'a taoens other thin Sol..1.. _. 69.439.00 4719.00 2 .'20.DD 1jI4521.64 .,: .. -,

t 5h.rl" fDU't' 11'.600.00' 1.22; ; 00 6.3peam: I : -- -.

1. ,.., .. .r -, --- -

J-I iS..Z'O Ko'aron.no..C..ntvJ.n' ,- 8DDOOO l"n'o'oo'. 1.92.00 IjiI '. wrAL ESTIMATED BEtEIPT 223.Md.DIi 131.343,00 U.''liT!'.III' I. V '_

3.16-117.49 1..1t rPNI ,", 'f ,4.DOD.00 ; .4f i\I\! I 9.0\I\ I V 6.071.00 4.ziB.aa
.I ..d '" ; 1E1iL ..e V 11.163.07 _L. _

.1.1I !! Iv.' .n 9
+ ; ULAller: eAOuaHT FOAWIAOI CASK V 4.153.00 x.924.00' r'M9.DD' ___ l.. ,_
/ I 1. ; ,i."i; V
I..., Tor : .
Cnnttn.'n I .00000 tI 2Aa 00 1 'nUlII 11IVF5 '_ ? ._I0.311m _V If V01V no fyT3i.00.L--, _

1 as. ve 'ar C..tta. L riff 7 SOD DO ( 014 on a IIRS Db I .
5.h .) ..ta It1f1& .' / ) ; --_
TOTAL r .,p-nUt.....,..''''' '.1 ". ,.. nn .n 'AtVI ,.. 00' nn I 1' t' nT'IMATFIIICCEIPT, AII1I W....cn 2,3,00 '-99T'IIO// : "' : 81:5&Zpp": tJ
V. .
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,. "
dM" /! WWW IinIJIIp .
x.. I '(!i' 4> 1
/ 7 : .
: < \. n, :. V4' V FDIt'TMt YISCAI'TtIE'EA01AD5ERRI'N 30; IN0' .
FIR N Etc eAl OrAJIM.. <"m'ltAn- 19II0' ? '4I > ,tJ SVS ,J 4" : : .. : .V :!,I ,
J ACCOUIIr : ,' '.-- 1'J ;. : u : .. 1"IER' : .

roJ irrU ? TOTAL COUNTY _I UNly.q" ;IPpMJfB AREAS HEY C00 ,!!! : tadf
V2! rVI 11 j '
I ; ,,:j2'100 r,Y.d.rsT Alyaeu9 SNrln., 147.207.00 0I.6ej.gO M.M.m! _V_I !. 1..1 Y....,.. 'ft .. ...1 6n. ... ... _., 119 on r-1'4.., on r? 1 mdNhtil', )," Lj1161.9t -

I r .4 ?....f.. tat ....l16...Fy ryeIWLM' t'21n-nd' '111 110 .. I 4..


14V' I

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September..71 TELEGRAPH PapUA :

..- .1 '" .______ _..._ ___ : ,:::

.A Servicemen !t '!I IMaj.

j.Harry II.lApel''
z Tr i
MaJ. Harry B. Lopor, son of Beei {
.t Loper. Route*. Stark. Fla.. rwccnUjrrrived I f.
r at Fort Learenworth. Kan., to ,
..rT attend the Regular Count at the UJ ,
Army Command and General Staff
,r.'I The 10-month COUTM at UM Army's
's11 1MG senior tactical school Is designed to I
i ri produce graduate who potent ?
7 military problem advert. KmphasU ']
.' la on career development for ,$,
UM officers future duties as a senior f
commander: or staff officer.
The officer entered UM Army In.
November 1_. He was commissioned ; '
through an officer candidate
i ir school. '
r He received a master's degree laI97
from Florida Institute of
,rrAlsuu Technology Melbourne. I 'y
_' tat.wife.Jsnelle. to with him at the ,

c ._ ..- a .. 58 mmorc.vciiiia gainrrra Sunday ai stuukl ol Slarke for ride out U .
M M Oleno Park to get some sun and fun. The ride was organized by John Curies
owner, of Suiukl. With S3 from each motorcycle,f l"7 was raised for the Muscular 8at. MarY_W.Sapp
Dystrophy fund. Sgt. Marvin W. Sapp whose wife
.. '--11." ''".'..
__ : : \ .( Rider were' taken on a lour of Star he. led by Starke police: ,and then rode out.. Helen lives In Fayettevllle. N.C.. I
J .:: : .,1I \ 3iII.) Olmo Park recently received a Parachutist .
J 2 ..-,L('. ..:..,....,'- .,,: ",,-' .",, .":'.:.'. ';,k Badge upon completion of the threes< : "/
.uU. it"5 ... ... .. week airborne course at the U.S. Army I
11e7. ran I go on !hl Is ride too?" nald the dog to the littlest motorcycle rider. "WI Infantry School. Fort Banning l I

The cubs of a 200-poured black bear may weigh only Ga.Sapp's ; ,
... ... 'a ... ""Will six ounces at birth. father, Thomas L. Sapp i'
lives in Starke. \
His mother Mrs. Cora L. Sapp '
"Great mtn are they who I" that spiritual It stronger than any matf rial force, that t lives in Old Town, Fla. t
thoughts rule the world Ralph Waldo Emerson


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.. trtmg.r La c..I..1 !!utI.. Fund 90.A2l.ne F ,1A} m 31-.4L M 1eee2.na _

, I tr.ntr.r to tn.rt....... e.0t jr.le. Fund AI on III! tit.TIII.no ..M-?s?-fja_,,, ,, II Re-Elect

1.1182.11.1 nnffir La Solid w.o... Debt S..,1r. Fund 2S.t9S.fl 1/.27a.DO 921 M I

I -5.1.11-1 T....'.. La fIn ..d r.rf./tarsi fuM. .5 O00m It IHO aaTOM. 1 seam 1i

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AWtOPRIAT fty 227.55J.00 139.9'71.00 a-sdt 00 I ,. BOWEN :

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',8ROUCHT rORUAPD. CASHfMVrCTkVMTt 3100.00 f team I 501..00', ? ,., .. I "'., Open Letter To Citizens Of StarkeDear
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TRAN..ra 1 "Y Fellow Citizens:

TOTAl ESTIrulrf' R"'NU" ANO u.e. 91.n<)K nn 1A AAa-m I0.A2LO .1-.

'$ I' ,: I ., ', ., ,. During the past few weeks, I have walked the streets of Starke personally

ADFRO ''' '.. \ knocking on doors and talking to the residents of the City of Starke. I have listen.

,..' 501.1010.-IID\WAS!\'!:! I I t FUNO. -"f:. ed to their opinions as to the crime problems we are facing In Starke.
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r0R elr Fiyj "AO ,.' ..,,,.,. .,..., Parents have talked to me of their concern for their children and the exposure
ACmUNTNI.BEA ... ...... .
CLASSIFICATlDH "'Y'" ----nrr n ;" ,". 7M1",'-OIM'L..1IWtA'!!' IIC'OIII'OttIlTfll-,.., .. .. ,'." _\\T\\ they have to drugs. I have worked diligently during my tenure to reduce the availability
1-58Z.71 Retirf.snl at 5and.-So1Id Nutp Istus[ 10.000.00 ,.'1>2,00. ).1148.00. r of drugs to our young people, and I feel that the school systems have

f.5z r.'._.' .. lond.Ud Y.aLl.y. 9sDd-aD _.Se1.Dp 1551.00 r.j '. .r'f9.5A2.1t ,#; become more aware of this problem and are cooperating by stepping up their

Rscrrs for o.bl 5.r.1c. 1.591.00 .... .L113.DO, r.9U.00 the
1, ", ''j'I precautions. If you feel that someone in your area is distributing drugs to

young people of our community please call the department and report it. Things '

... ; to watch for: a large number of children or young people visiting a home and
.' ,' staying only five minutes or less. People with no visible means of support but
27.091.00 te.ss9.oo 10.4Z'.00 !
1 r 1 large amounts of cash to spend etc. ,

*,,' H' .. 'V\01po/ 'OIA7T'.i I a... .. .w -. ". "...:.Ir. .. Another problem which Is prevalent in our community is the small break-ins

.3 fSflf_TCH! REV H'f'_.! .Mn rR ce Bpff pr 1'J! -; }, ...\ .... and robberies. Again it is up to our citizens to assist us. We have 12 men to run
,rim TnrTTtfAi vrAH tumnr. scpTEMnm in .n' .'yiA 1r 1 patrols on a seven-day week. Z4-hour basis. It Is impossible for us to be at each

ctOUNiIILMeA'', ClASSIfiCATION TOTAL COUll"1HINC01IPORATtO\ RrAS INCORPORATE AUtAS Kif ou.: and every place of business around the clock. However if you see a suspicious

IO.M4.nOO I....-.* "",If-M-1 i.t.D- 7.761 00 d-17.-m 2. 6.6.M T happening in or near a business that Is closed, or at a home where you know r
-M.:.. there Is no one home, call the Police Department. We would rather check out five

L.'r- false-alarms than to miss checking out the one authentic burglary that is going

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPT 7.TI0.00'.774.00 2.%,.00 I on.

LESS IS 381.00 23900 119.00 I During my contacts with the public, the most common complaint was the lack of

95t snrTED.rrrl.t 1.372.00 /.SS.m i.e31.00 ,,1 animal control in the city. As this problem has been brought to my attention. I

BALANCE BROUGHT' FORWARD. CASH ",1,., ,., have gone to the city council members and discussed it with them. They too feel
LIQUID IBVESTHtHTT : 114.4M.00' T 3Z.41'.M 5',14n', : 1t I r
that a new ordinance must be put on the books and that it must be strictly enforce
TMftSlfl.| SulldlM I...... Fund_ 13.038.00 31.781.00 '4.257.00 > I-JU '
ed. I pledge to you that if the city government will give me a law with which to
TOTAL tSTIMATtD RtCtlPTi Also 8AlANUS -IN e11a4- 95.24).00 H.57J.00
l "j ./."' C'I'71' deal with this public nuisance I will strictly, enforce it.

\ tmoFono OtBT StHVIcE yyx.COURTHOUSE FUND :'., Another problem frequently brought to my attention is the feeling that certain

rap"' rmk rnimrnr vrjurnniiig promnunH utmti' ">'O. TOIIO '. ; '. ti.,I ::.,I areas are not patrolled enough. We are faced with a two-fold problem here. If we

ACCOIMTj N Increase our patrol without the awareness'and desire of the community we get
accused of "believing that this is a low-class neighborhood". If we give the nor
IntlriMPt Pf _d-l:............ II.... IO.Om.OO -- 11.158.00. 11.S44- .00 I r J_
In..f Df eond.Courtloufs I.tu. M.03B.OO r O.325.00 lj.rn.oo T mal patrol that is in the majority of our communities people feel we are neglecting

ia.sng.7i _of e 80.00 ___49.00 31.00 1. them and not giving them good protection since the incidence of thefts rape
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io-MZ.73 Prh'i'n
R...... far Wrt hnrttt 1.198.00 16.113.00S.S7I.00 1 and assault and battery are so high. I pledge to you that if elected. I plan to talk
ia-sm-74 to the area community leaders and to let them be my guide. If the leaders feel

that a certain community needs stepped-up protection, I will do everything In my

TOTAl. _IATrOll! I 1M.-I8.00 05.'01.110 S4.S71.00 i power to give that protection them.
Fellow residents I pledged to you when elected that I would work to reduce

the incidence of crimeI I have kept my promise. Crime has been reduced by approximately .
A .
-.. ,.' J '".9 ;, one-third. As Inflation increases and people are not able to keep up s
',", n 1 t/flTM.' b !lLllt fl lO ,: .. with the rising costs, petty crimes such as break-ins of homes and business increase

, "t"" ,' ', .... .i' b* L .',.MJM AMO A f ', 4 it : ,but be assured your folice Department Is aware of this trend and are

, ,,, ,.,;j, .' prepared to fight it. We have instituted foot patrols so that our men can be "on
the streets" and available to
I l more readily you.
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_C.O. 11117.00 1.29f.no 3 r
! I1.W-IIOO lnrrIL on In.t- 1I.161f.00... The biggest weapon against crime that we have is you the voters and citizens ;

of Starke. You must be aware of the types of crimes committed and establish a

\' ." crime-watch for the protection of yourself and your neighbors. If you see

UCII' J .\111.V.1 00 n .... on 7 00 suspicious activity, report 'ft. )'f response time from the Police Department Is
lESS 'S .. "..00 t i. 511.00 lls.m. ..." 't _" slower than it should be report that personally to me. I will b. available for your
milium .. PT 11.0".00 1I.00S.00 '.m.oo TL comments and criticisms.

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101110 IIV-! ", 5' 10.16000 V1555,00 __, 11.302.00 i Vote For Jimmy Bowen Chief Of PoliceA

err.lid'M ........ '"J ,... m 121.00 11.115.00'. u.f/1.00 i rTmAL
AIID SAtNOeI 159.000.00" .,. oo.J II tRO 00 1
UTIMATCD fIR 11m i 1 .j'. Vote For Jimmy Is A Vote"For Law Enforcement

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"..." 158.i00.m __ 91.719.00" S9J7S.08H9.on L .II
".111". Futuro i timtrail" ..' AND KEEP IT THAT WAY

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Page IIA TELEGRAPH September I'T*

- - LEGALS -
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.--.-- Reli g ion Course TV. R Offered_ At SFC C. ..
NOTICE;; UC NAMES OP by November 2, 1T7V" Of county court or DuvalCounty Florida 32091 Intend to NOTICE OF -----p---- -- "
PERSONS APPEARINGTO tho will ... Florida pursuant told fictitious i N'PUCATIONroUAX' '
property register 4. H the |lob Is not done pert
BE OWNERS OF delivered for' custody to to a Final Judgement for nome under the provl. satisfactorily the Sanitation Santo P> Community College. willohr afternoon claw. might make Itbl ,
ABANDONED PROPERTY tho Comptroller of State Wlda Collection ('Ion* of aforesaid Committee will DUO a tVcrwttt course Religion in *forborne. Bradford reeldetdttNIh ,

Pursuant to Section 13 of Florida. Thereafter, all Corp. of Jacksonville. statute. warn tho successful biddor Bo*. I94.I4.F.S. America. during the daytime this as housewives and older citiBem. to
Chapt.r 717 Florida further claim. must ... Florida.' and again Paul E.; Con, Owner. In writing If not corrected NOTICE IS HEREBY faJI. The claw" ww meet at Bradford tUod class who were unable to come

Statutes entitled directed to tho Comptroller Lawrence Todd and Betty Dated this 23rd day of promptly, thecontract GIVEN, that Ernest High" School on Monday and Wednesday at ntoHt.
"Florida Disposition' of of Florida.' Joan Todd. defendant In August. A.D. 1979. at will .be considered Hunter the holder of the afternoon from 1:44 p.m. to 3:00: The course which begins on
Unclaimed Property GERALD A. LEWISCOMPTIIOLLU tho amount $1.371.40 Starko, ,L. breached and following certificates ..... September 10th may be taken; for

Acr', notice Is hereby OF together with. cost of S/234tpd9/l3. .... next bidder In lino Iliad sold certificates fore p.m.Dr.. Bernard McFadden. who will credit or audit. Dr. McFadden

given that the persons FLORIDA collection. will.. be notified. taxi dead. to be Issued teach: the claac, Mid that all of the pointed out that anyone over 60 years
listed below appear to ./30 2tchg 96NOTICE Novo Mltod and hove NOTICE OFINTENTIONS S. The City reserved thereon The certificate other coUpgecoursee at Starke are offered old tan lake this class (and all other
TO number and of .
I I.
bo the owners of 'In my possession the tho to reject year only during the evening.He SFCC courses) for free.
right any
TAKE suonco,
BIDS description
unclaimed personal of following described personal YOU ARE HEREBY and all bids. of the property and the expressed the hope that his For more information, call 964-5382.

Intangible property OFINTENTION I property to-wlt: NOTIFIED that the City of Bids must be turned Into name* In which It was I
presumed abandoned.THIS 177 Ford Pickup VIN tho Clerk by 7:30 assessed follows
Hampton Florida will City ore a* :
DOES NOT INVOLVE TO REGISTER FIOBNZI0531.A accept sealed. bids for' .p..... Sept. 12. 1979. All I Youth Emphasis At First BaptistThis I
REAL ESTATE. FICTITIOUS NAME tho property of the the collection of garbage bids must be sealed and
Account Number above named defendantand Certificate No. 114,
will be opened at the
J.03J4-OOOS: Apparent Pursuant to Section that on Monday. tho awarded and trash will The be Contract forM regular City Council Year of '..uane.lm. Sunday, September 9, will be a The Sunday morning worship serviceis

Owner Adams. H.H. 863.09 Florida Statutes, 10th day of September, Mooting September 12 day of special) emphasis upon the broadcast weekly over station
Star..... Fl.Accoura. notice Is h.r.by given 179 at 1:00 ".M. on term Oct. I. 197 1979. Description of Property ministry of the young people of First WPXE at eleven o'clock. You are core
Number that the undersigned. aid day on the promises through 1980. The September will 30 Iris Virginia Hart : LOT 6 OF PINE ACRES Baptist Church. dially invited to worship In this

j-1700-0116; Appar.nt Johnny Lee Kitchens, of the Bradford' County the contract P.O. Box 250 PARK SEC: 03. TWP7S. The day will begin at 8:00: a.m. with church with a world-wide missions
Owner Thomas Bros. P.O. Box 694 Stark. Jail. I will offer for ale conditions provide following Hampton Flo. 32044 R-22. a prayer breakfast for the youth. program.

Country Ham and Flo. 32091. doing and ell to the highest 1. : 8/30 2tchg 96NOTICE ,
Charles R. Thomas, Box business' under the firm bldd.r for cash 'In hand Garbage twice must Name In which assetsad Chuck Register a member of First
38 R 2. Star...., Fl. name of WORD OF LIFE the above described' pro up perweek at'al. Baptist and a student at the University
the Raymond Taylor
on days set "
'Information concerning MINISTRIES P.O. Box perty of aid defendantto the Sanitation Committee by OFINTENTION of Florida, will preach in the 11:00:

the amount or description 694 Starke. Flo. 32091., satisfy the aforesaid and tho successful- All of said property a.m. and 7:30 p.m. services. The First

of the Property and Intends to register said Execution. bidder. In case of ,rain TO REGISTER being In the County of Baptist Youth Choir will also sing in

the names and address fictitious name under the Dolph E. Reddish,, the garbage will be picked FICTITIOUS Bradford, State of both services.
of the holder may be obtained provisions of aforesaid Sheriff NAME Florida.
by any person statute. Bradford County, up on the next workIng The pastor and people of the First
po...tilng an Interest In Johnny Lee Kitchens, Florida Pursuant to Section Unless such certificateor Baptist Church of Starke extend a
2. Only garbage inplastic
the property by addressIng own.r. 8/16 4tchg 96NOTICE will be 865.09 Florida Statutes, certificates shall be warm welcome to everyone to enjoy
an Inquiry to GERALDA. Dated this 16th day of bogs All containers picked notice Is hereby given' redeemed according to the ministry of these young people as

LEWIS Stat. Comptroller August, A.D. 1979 at OFINTENTION up. that the undersignedRobert 1 law the property described they share their faith in Jesus Christ,
be set in the
Abandoned Property Starke. FL. 8/161tpd ./6 Lamm Rl. 2. Box In Such certificate or
Section ATTN: TO REGISTER driveway or' some other 603-A, Melrose, Flo. certificate will .bo soldto The First Baptist Church of Starkeis

Harry B. Carton, '1401 FICTITIOUS convenient place near 32666. doing business' the highest bidder ot located at the corner of Clark and
the under the 'firm of
Stat. Capitol NOTICE OFSHEIIIFF'S NAME roadway name the court house door 'In Jefferson Streets in downtown Starke.
Florida SALE 3. Trash (limbs, old 4 Cs MOBILE HOME the month of October.
tires, leaves, etc) will beplc..ed REPAIR Rt. 2, Box 603-A,
1979 which Is the 11th
4872583. Be Notice Is Pursuant Section
32301 ((904)) hereby given to Fla.
up onc. a week Melrose 32666 'Intends day of October 1979. .
ture to mention the account that I I. Dolph E. Redalth. 845.09 Florida Statute.. to sold fictitious -
as arranged by tho.vec..ful register Dated this 27th ofAugust
numb.r BEFORE as sheriff of Bradford notice It hereby given name under the
the nome at published In County Florida under that tho undersigned' bidder and provisions' of aforesaid 1979.GILBERT United Pentecostal Church
Paul E. Cox P.O. Box the Sanitation Commit. S. BROWN. 204 N. Waters
this notice. Unless proofof and by virtu. of Writ of Statute
983 Starko, Florida lee All limbs cut to amaximum CLERK BY: Beuloh M. Sunday: School 10
ownership I.pr..nted Is Execution to-wit: Robert Lamm owner. Sunday a.m.;
of four feet In Moody Clerk of the Circuit
to the holder Execution Issued out 33091 businessunder Doled this 6th day ofSopt.mber. Evangelistic service, 7:30: p.m.
Court of
firm of length all trash must be
the name A.D. 1979 In Wednesday: Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
sass.. "PAUL'S FRAMING". placed by the Ida, of the Bradford County 9/6 Florida. Friday: High School Auditorium 7:30:
I P.O. Sox 983, Starke. rod 4tpd 9/27. 9/6 4tchg 9/27 p.m. Chuck RegisterjiALESTATELIINGI

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Reg. Real Estate Broker

301 North Trail Motel Lawtey C I

Office 782.3931 Home 782.3896INEZ BRADFORD COUNTY CALL

E. STARLING Associate Iv... 712.3004

3 BR Stucco on V. Ac Lot BILL POWELLREAL

NEW LISTING Lawt.y 525.500.

From. and Stucco 3 Br. 2 .
Acr.og. S.v.ral Locations ESTATE
Ba. Central H/A 1.600 Sq.
1.800 per Ac. B up 3
Ft. Family room hat 10"1".20"1" Down 10"1. Int..
.r.plac.' and b.omed c.il', 10 Yrr 118 N. Walnut St. ,....... 24 hrs. BRADFORD COUNTY .

Ing. $37.000. .
Just tatting up hou.. Stately 2 story, 4 BR. 2 both on tree shaded lot, I bill from FLORILAHDREALTY
....plng? Ask about our town $37,000.Convenience Vi $1,950.

Handy Man Sp.ciah Hon., Moon Special. Heavily wooded hi and dry near ruJil1cJarREALTY
4 BR Fromm on I Ac 125W Furnished 3 BR.2Both. CB store and Bar-l.Q with equipment 298' on Phone 964-7700

3 8R, From.. 8.2 Ac. 225W Ham. with .porot. furn. busy hwy 200' deep. $83,000. 80% financed. Keystone Heights. 393 N. Temple Avenue (

3 8R. CB, 7 Ac. off 100A .fflcl.ncy on v.ry shady Bargain' Partly' 'furnished 3
Ham. r.qulrlng r.locotion 2.60 Ac St Clair 5. 9 acres .In town, water and sewer available. Easily, subdivided BR wood frame house, I

'Into lots with 60' street. Nice trees. 12800. Owner-salesman 4737060. acre land just off Boyless -
Hiway t-
Retreat College on sand bottom 'lake.. 4% PHONE 964.7776 rn

; x Have to see to Believe C.CELIA 't1"0 N. Temple Starke. Flarocfa
RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE Two bevies for'the prlce* of one. *, Mutf see?cfSp"pTtfo'fet lroilei" with firfithec, yqf ...T"wILUGAR h:;

29900. garage, or could be used ,II... ..... .........'"
964-8788 964.7896
'for barn. Can have such a WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLESEE
2305 N. T.mpl. Av. (U.S. 301 N.) Call for appointment to see housesASSOCIATES. WADE A. BEHR, REG. BROKER pretty letting, also extra US TODAY FOR VA FHA ft CONVENTIONAL

STARKE RESIDENTIAL... l..I3 room on one end of' FINANCING
Hlway301 N. Lawtey nice' enuf' for livIng .
.3 BR block. carport $19600. Mary Hamilton, 964.6235 garage

"3 BR garage. 'fireplace $24.500 CWO (Ret.) Dom DeSantlago 964-5373

.3 BR 'frame only $17,500. Robert A. McRoo, 964-7279 SPECIALStately
1 Aero Lot Near Country Club $3,250 2'' with
.2 BR block. 'large DR LR A lot 'fireplace 28000. Easy Living: acre
3 Acres Slofa Road 230-A Only $4,990 older home, so near to
2 story home 606 W. Madison
town and of
STARKE COMMERCIAL.' .. plenty pecan
1 Acre Lot For Mobil. Horn $2.990
) ) many rooms, central heat attic fan.
.Prm.2 acres on U.S. 301. with 180 ft. frontage Ov.r 200 I trees.
20 Acres Hlway 100 West $27,990 spacious grounds with. nice landscaping.
I sq fl centrally h.at.d and airad block building. Storage '
i building Over 9000 sq ft. of' concrete ft parking' space FAULKNER 11 Aero Hlway 301 North $22,500 Come in and make us an ly Mortgage$4.100.' .balance. $20.900..requires on
offer on 2 lots and old
I, $88000 964.50ES m 5 Acre Hiway 301 North $12.490 house \ Selling price . $25.0001 I
I ft of .
379 land on U.S. 301 with water ft sewer $67.000 REALTY
will divide, 20 Acres ((1320 Ft. RR Front) $27.500 Evenings' : Pease, call

.: Successful 4 notion' beauty parlor. The Looking Glass in Vernle P. Odom. Broken

Storke Plaia Present owner will remain as operator. Only 2305 N. Temple Ave. Some Acreage As Little GRI. Phone U4-S47t Most everything we" touch turns to
$9.000 which, includes $8000 worth of equipment and SOLD.
I r stock As $50 Down Pearl Andrews ,,,.7739
3 5R. I Bath frame SI2.SOO.OO. Excellent Terms. L. G. Doll 964.75"I
i KINGSLEY LAKE Brick duplex with 90 ft. on water Impressive executive family
$86.300 home nestled on an acre In the country near Crosby lake.
COUNTRY CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR. 3 both double 2BR, t lath only $9.000.00 782-3973 on quiet Edwards Read This spacious all electric Clay

garage with utility 80700. 2... t Bath only S7.500.00 Good Terms Coop home has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, family room with,,
MOVINGOUT fireplace, fully equipped kitchen with eating area "'
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR 1 bath block with 16.32 pool on ,
1 1.4 ocr., $48.000 2 SR. I Bath CB. workshop a rental collage price just ,private dining room large foyer leading Into the living'
double .
reduced. room garage, patio with outdoor fireplace
WALDO 2BR block. CHSA. In town 24000. tts ORMOVING storage bldg paved driveway attractively' landscapedand

LAWTEy Garage 30x50 ft. with 4 bays and small office 2BR I "' 10. Family room cerpet A/C Seulhgale, Im' fenced.$6,900.

bldg 345 ft. frontage on US 301 $33,400. maculate.. $28,500.00.: Roberts
Ontu IMAGINE $13.0001 Neat. a pin home at 620 W. AdklnsSt. '

6 68 acres with 351 ft. on US 301 10 x furnished mobile 2 Ii. I Bath, clan a neat stave, refrlg. other furniture city gas pretty trees .

home with awning and chain 'link, fence $20.000 owner, ,21 Real Estate shrubbery storage bldg carport security chain link
financed, 3 Acres with 3 bedroom homo, Hampton .r... Li k UP? fence terest. $3.000 down ft owner finance $10,000. el 1". In.

LOTS t ACREAGE in 'four counties! .11 I 3 Bedroom, 2% acres lend, very nice Central) Heat ft Air' 964-7828 986 N. TempleNice

Including 2 acres A up Lawtey area Mobil. Homo $27.500.00 HONEY FOR MONEY Only 1'/1 years old 3 BR 2 B Central

Owner 'financed $3 000 per acre double wide on Roiford Rood t acre lot 3 BR. 2 B. heat carport paved driveway conveniently' locatednear
2 Bedroom, I Beth, could' close .In perch for 3rd Bedroom .
shopping center yet hoc suburban .
Beautiful' wood.d lots for homes in restricted' area. $2.200 stone exterior, with beautiful acres ef land, workshop. Agarage. Ads Gel atmosphere
large frame dwelling on 3 acres with 2 mobile. home rentals 410 Milton Terrace.
and $3 000 ". 9'' *.. .
with 29 down 5 years on balance at J
I excellent buy. ResultsC.72I

i 7.11 Acres Equity B Assume 9'r'. mtg 17200. S acre posture land, high A dry. MULTI-USI POSSIBILITIES An opportunity to live In an
Brick homo with pool In d.ad end 4 BR 2' established ot .
city on street i prestige area a price you can afford early' ,

36.35 acres 1340 ft on US 301. Good investment' at 10 acres posture land high A dry with few trees. B. large lot. many tetras availability two Idrge. nicely furnished apartments plus
,, furnished. college ever an acre Owner
: '
$56500 20 to 29". down ". "
I I5yrsat8'i W. still hove property en Black' Creek.. Green Acres-Brick home on large 'lot with pecan trees 3 S50.000.

160 Acres good rolling land paved rood 'frontage at only BR 2 B. large out building. ,
i I $1.000 per acre will split 3 Bedroom 1 both home on Sempsen lake. ATTRACTIVE HOME ft 12 ACRES On Rd. 225 CB home 3
Huge frame home on 1 acre lot in lake Butler BR 2 S. CMA living; room, dining' roam, family room,

r MANY OTHERS DON'T BE SORRY YOU Crosby lake. restricted' .'... Broker Owner > i l screened 'In polio, garage. Urge utility ream. $45.000.
i DIDN'T CALLI! !IIIOffice Graham area''I and 2 ocr. lots on graded road. terms

.. Mini Storege IS units with little or no vacancies et ell available. f", 'INVESTMENT -"346 W. Call $r. 108 S. Bay I IU Bay Si., 118
I ., "WE SEll THE EARTH AND EVERYTHING ONITIIIII"MANV times, also 400 Sq. Ft. office space, extra lot with plentyof ,.,J. 'I SHOWCASEPROPERTlES.INC" Bay St. Home.with opt.' plus garage opt. furnished ell

f Hours: Man.-Sat. 9 em to S pm. ...rk...... 80 acres, mostly cleared paved rood 'frontage Union rented conveniently' located S5S.OOO.
.I County between Roiford' and Lake Bu.l.rit
Tu. B. Sun by appointment. largo Service Station with. nice office spece A extra Realtor LOSING GROUND TO INFLATION. 'INVEST IN THESE

EVENINGS building on I acre land. Equipment Included pumps could Very nice 2 BR. 28 CB. on paved road central heat and BRADFORD COUNTY BARGAINS
... replaced.' Sells L_.. Box 1338
Relah' P. Bryan Realtor air Crystal lake homo sites.
lllllon C. PearsonSrekerSaleimen Keystone Hgts 32656 COMMERCIAL'
*...uot( Old' Sunoco Station with some equipment 21.' frontage -J"
Double wide. CH A, on permanent foundation acre let Store I opts on 301 $27.500 Owner tin
on Ml, could hove gas allowance. go with the ..1.. 473-4903
R Wayne .. Douglas A Office Manager rear porch' added out buildings. Whispering Pines 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg on Rd.. 14W 1 lease or sell
... /S.I...... Great
p-j property stress Holldey 'Inn $130,000.
161 5311 Nice lot beside.. Te-tena Motel ISO' frontage.Let 'L Seven Acres .. with fishing
'''.65'' Single wide MH on I 'ac,. lot front porch added, out 301 next to Terwllleger Really $30.000.

us show yea; our Mobile Home Perk wo hove for Sele. budding |lust off 301. south of Slorke.f pond barn and houseStarke. 13 acres en 301 a Morgen Rd. $39.000 Owner fin.'
David E. DyelAssociate Judo Moody Vkkl Powell ( $4t,000. 3 bldgs. on Coll St. .I.... or sell

Atseclete944U11 Associate Wo hove M.H. lets A loll for homes, cell us todey ,for I". .'i acres of lond off Forsyth Road no improvements. large home and rental. college Madison $32.500.
2 lots on Cell St. Owner flnenced
448-122 964 '
10"-, good 'land
))5 Reduced House in Apt. complex 301 good cash flew 70.000 Owner fin

Nice 2'10 Acre .lets ((2)). Piling houso with added porches CH A, opprox. 10 acres Crystal lake Homosites. FLORIDA HOMES

.... of mostly cleared.. land Strawberry Acres. S25 000. 35 Acres A Neat home on Rd. .14 will divide'
Beautiful. setting with pecan, fig. peer ft 10 acres, yf -
tike 1 BR.2..... fenced A cross fenced .barns, most .In $23,500 homo, shop 28x24 on pretty acre.
RELOCATION 38R. IB, frame. very nice, 2 frame out buildings, double Hampton .. CB Building Eeergy efficient 38R2B OUA Seerlng St.
.Improved pasture.v CB garage recently' built, CB office wtih-AC on 1.7 Acres Attractive
SLRVICE.INC. Commercial $30.000. rench home 38R 28 Pratt

I acre Hwy 23$, priced ot 13700.00.... acre. outside city};. > Nice home, trailer, fish pond, garage Rd. 100E
'X 1COMMEIICVL.301 $9000. home on W. Adklns' Owner Financed
Paul. H. FeulkaerReelterSuse : north,wllh Building. Just op.n.d .. 20 beautiful $27,500 Otale block on L.... St. pretty ... "1*..
*M.BekkenReerterREALTOR 'f I acre lake. lets, from Deluxe' MH art Euclid a Epperson St.

1vwdegs 964-S06S : : AtseclotestRichard $...00 up.
Rekerls. Judith Flynn
ASSOCIATE Three one acre tats ot Country Club
Irene Pwlkner'lea.964.1113.. Ann Godwin' Fatty Slice 6 mo. eld. house, .. in tarke Beautiful lot 13T a 230/.Bessent It". Fin
Veda M. .......-..... 944S944Jvlle John" longford William Canon $30000 Hampton Oaks. $7100
/. Grffft.- ....944-7489 L amen Canon Lucille Spry S.",. Fa loke. let $14.500.

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by Elisabeth Terra Choir under the direction of Judy night while Rev. and Mrs. Brown family swimming party and a cookout Mrs Esther Mason of Jacksonville Mn. Norman was an overnight guest :.r.
Phone 78Z-XMV Becker, will be ministering In musicat were gone. .*t the home of her brother and sister was a guest of Miss Arthurine BlanChard of Mrs. Brown. Mrs Prevail spent "r.1
Florahome Methodist Revival on maw, Mr. and Mrs Robert Keith in on Sunday afternoon. two weeks with them and Mr. and ,::
CHURCH A(;. V1TIE8 October 4, 5 and < at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mr*. Chuck Jones of lAC/ Onville. Mn. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, Mrs. Truman. Norman went after heron "j
GRACE UNITED METHODIST Everyone welcome.We Gainesville, visited their aunt, Mtea Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan visited Ga., visited her sister Miss Elizabeth Saturday, Sept. L ,
The"KM of the Kingdom" will start Elizabeth Terry on Thursday night. tbelr mother, Mrs Julia Hall in St. Terry on Sunday and was her lunch .i
Choir Practice this Wednesday from 7 have started the "Glory Bound Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samorteky, of VwcenU Hospital, Jacksonville, onTutsday. guest on Monday. She visited her .... .
a p.m. under the direction of Rev. Taxi Service" to help President Jacksonville their son-In-law and cousins, Mr. and Mrs Carl Moore of try iku.Nt.rp wail }
Don Love. Carter conserve gas and as part of the daughter, Mr. and Mr. Bill Anders, Buddy Thompson of Crosby Lake, Live Oak on Tuesday. MONDAY. "*. It: Pttu, twtfamd corn, low vVJ
Evangelistic Outreach Program. If ST.. of Lawtey, their grandmother, visited his mother, Mrs. Daisy Mrs G.L. Sapp of Starke, spent salad frail Mlad milk
"The Little Christian Singers" of you want a ride, please call 782-3881. Mrs. Juanita Mincy, and their aunt, Thompson and their brotherinlawand Sunday afternoon with Mrs. O.J TUEBDAV. ". Ill PII..M-Manlut. twkcdbeen
Lockloosa Methodist of sister Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordan Anders .,roto.!.*.troll Ml. ...<*.
Mrs. Perry
a of Josephine Hudjens
'KONDOAY ..... LL ........... arMme
children from ages two years through Early church'this past Sunday pent from Thursday until Sunday attending and family on Thursday morning.Mr. .Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman carried .ppIe l eobhlM-!btocult*.buss,mlk t'
13 years will be the guest performers featured the actual portrayal of Bible the Grand Old Opry In and Mrs Les McClellan visited her mother, Mrs Carl Prevail to niVHNDAY. ..... in Hmburf. .. .bun./111&0 "
at the 'Fellowship Supper this next passages by Norman Conti, Mike Nashvule. Tenn. their granddaughter and husband, visit her sisters, Mrs. Mine Brown, luc./_ >/ tcia.: .FWIK.*...., .................IIL '
Sunday evening, September*. Eating Oglesby and Roger Padgett. assisted Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, of Mr. and Mn. Claude Revels and new Orlando and Mrs. L.D. Dorman, rniDAY.. w/cnv**,.*,MI kuiUnd. PrM pen chic. p...i rushed, ..".. !ypoUUMK !!*
begins promptly 7 p.m. This group by Kenna WUkerson and Bryan Worthington Springs, spent Tuesday great grandson, Claude DeWitt Ocoee, on August 18, who were *U. MUM. I hot roilbiHl milk. ;J|
was started by Mrs. Ann Love and she Bowman. EARLY CHURCH seeks to afternoon with their sister Mrs. Revels III on Wednesday.Maj. "
invites everyone to come. make the scriptures meaningful to Pierce Crews. Russell Lines arrived home on to. M
children of all ages. Next week's Mrs Bill Anders Sr. wa8'surgical a Thunday and will be leaving to go to
Orchestra practice is In Alachua General Pope Field in SC, He and
continuing feature attraction will be the "The : patient on Monday.
successfully on Thursdays at 7:30 Spud Family" DO NOT MISS. Hospital 11n Gainesville on Friday and Mrs. Lines and daughter, Jacqueline MARY ELLEN PETERSON ;
p.m. This is an outreach program, so returned home that afternoon.Mr. wUl be leaving for Germany in the
If you would like to play an instrument and Mrs. W.F. Atwood,Sr.,and near future.
for the Lord, please drop by. PERSONALS] their mother, Mrs Onle Thornton, of Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan visited I
Auburndale, spent the weekend with their sister, Mn. Gladys Pringle of l lo
Mr. and Mrs. George Eats are still Rev. and Mrs. David Brown spent their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanford and their nephew and niece V "
in the hospital 1 for a longer stay than from Monday until Friday with their Hyman of Tallahassee.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Birchfield Miller on .
expected. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Anna Brown, of Jacksonville, Sunday.Mr. t
Tim Brown of Greenville, S.C. Their visited Mn. Lola Carter on Monday and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham 0
Monica Traylor received the first granddaughter, Jennifer Brown was afternoon. of Maxville, visited their soninlawand :'
recognition as a "Fisher of Men" released from Shrlner's Hospital Edwin Atwood spent the weekend daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James
because the, a two year old, brought a after taking some tests. She will go with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. Waten on Sunday afternoon. Mn.
visitor to Sunday School. He was her back after a month for more tests. and Mrs. Mike dance, of Keystone Water is Improving slowly, T T'E
cousin Michael Traylor,.also of the They also'visited their son and Height Mrs. Wen die Smyth, of Jacksonville -
Nursery Department.The daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and and Mr. Billy Hamilton and his i.
Douglas Brown and their new grandson family of MaxvUle, visited their children, Billy and Beth, of Jacksonville E'Y
Pastor, Don Love, and his fami- Jason at Seven Mile Ford, Va. parents, Mr. and Mrs Harold Euniceon spent the weekend with her
ly known as the "Singers of Heart" Rev. Fred Wall, of Chattanooga, Sunday afternoon. parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. .
plus the Lawtey Methodist Adult Term.,was the speaker on Wednesday Friends of Leslie Prevatt regret to Mn. Bill Woodard and children of /,
learn that he had to return to Brad- Trenton, spent a week with her '
ford County Hospital on Thursday.Our mother, Mn. C.R. Crews. While here To All The Voters Of Our Town Of Starke, :.1 j jI
prayers are with him. they visited her son-in-law and
Elder Doyle Blackman preachedfor daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I Honestly And Sincerely Want To Be Your !
Elder A.E. Massey while he attended Clayton and son, Tom, of Jackson I
U/h4t rJ.w JnJ4.altk &
d ... Pllaut, a Bible Conference, In Winston ville.
Salem, N.C Elder Blackman was a Mr. and Mn. Glenn Mattox.Jr.,are City Council Woman \ j
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Massey the proud parents of a daughter .
for the day. Amylye Alyine, born July 30, at
The Bradford County Telegraph Introduces a new feature column by Commissioner Group 4 "
,Debra Jordan Norman.Debra will be writing articles concerning fashion, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
;hair care, skin care health and beauty, and exercise. son, Jeff,and David and Randall Reddish Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I :
I Will Be There When You Need Me
Debra has lived In this area all her life.She Is a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant of Starke, were Sunday dinner Glenn L. Mattox, Sr., and Mr. and
a former Bradford County Strawberry Queen, Newberry guests of Mr.and Reddish McClellan. ,Mrs. J.J. Reynolds of North Carolina. j
Watermelon Queen the reigning Lawtey Strawberry Sweetheart Fla. Mn. Margie of Starke Elder A.E. Massey and Elder Thank Yon .
was a Thursday night guest ofher Frank Elleker of Hollywood,Fla., attended
Watermelon Queen lit runner up In 1979. and has various other runner up supper I
'titles. Debra Is the coordinator for the Dream Girl Pageant, which will be parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lea Mc a Bible Conference over the
held annual In December. Clellan. holidays In Winston Salem. They Pd. Pol Adv. Paid For By Miry Ellen Pclcrton .
If you have any questions and would like help or advice, please feel free Mn. John Tye, Sr., attended a returned Tuesday. ',
to write Mrs. Norman. Questions and answers will be published at ran ,
dom. All names will be withheld. Write to Bradford County Telegraph, .i' ....;. ,
Alt: Debra Norman P.O. Drawer A. Starke, Fla. 32091. \ : .


The Sun Skin, And You PutourWattWisTMpackage :
Under our blazing, Florida Sun, we ;
have all been doing our best to obtainas
much sun as possible. Nothing
looks more attractive than someone
r. with a good tan. Most people go out in home.
getting as much sun as they can andnever your new
stop to think of the .possible ,
risks involved. t
The sun, if taken in excess; or for
long periods of time can be very '
serious and damaging to your skin. 0 It'll save ,
When skin is exposed to the sun, the :; ; :<: you more '
ultra violet rays stimulate pigment -
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melanim., it rises When to the melanim top layer is of produced skin, : '::;:.;::'._ .:;.;.., .- ,1t C tse lit"'B' .j
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weaken the skin's elastic fibers, 1' h \. .j,1\,1
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damaged, they cannot be fixed. The Mrs. Norman 1;. wlNtOWS) : t LIGHTING OR : .>. .-1'. '
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sunscreen, one that will reflect the tion, and should be used by anyone >TAL I W'J. .
off the skin or that will absorb with fair or very sensitive skin. / AREAS SUItAlE(! .
the rays rays so that they don't reach. the When to sunbathe is just as impor- /AU1tutNG APPLIANCES MICKOVUAVe OVEN, ..i\;,fl'ii}+.. :
deeper layers of your skin. tant as the sunscreen that you use. ...... .INSULAT10K: AND PLACEMENT OF WAS at. PR't'tlC Vf:I ;."
Sunscreens containing PABA are Avoid sunbathing between the hoursof "' \!{ itS' out SIDE OP AIR'eouoinown. ? AI2I'i1t I i 1 }:
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. This Is the time .. ;
most commonly used. Products containing '
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homosalates, cinnamates, ben- the strongest. Even using the :" FOOT A/I IN3UUT10M ,. t.
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are good sunscreens.
The FDA has a system to help you Because the sun dehydrates your .. "
choose a product that's exactly right skin, a moisturizer should be used )
for you called Sun Protection Factor after being in the sun. A moisturizer
System (SPF). By labeling products helps to soften and smooth skin. It
from numbers 2 to 15, this tells you does not undo any damage the sun has
how long you can stay In the sun safe already done. It you've burned or
ly without burning. For instance if damaged your skin enough to peel it 1
I you normally can stay in the sun for will peel no matter what you apply. .
.. 15 minutes before your skin starts to Do remember to take the proper < il1)
before to the 'ff" gi
redden,using a sunscreen with a SPF precautions "
of 7 will allow you to be in the sun sun. Summer can be one of the most ,;. .
safely for 7 x 15 or 105 minutes. The enjoyable times of the year if you take
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t' -$710,601 in Debt Service Funds, to to help Dade, out winch will also help eluded $144,444 for replacement of or teachers Utklng the I brunt It the buy *#, the you feel are allocation"Duncan replied
(; retire existing bond issues on past small counties, such as Bradford. equipment, including three new buses kids don't have textooks because we needed at uara5t" for this "How much do you think you
,;; construction: projects. The operating budget also Includes which will cost over $40.000, leaving got a salary Increase, That's absurd. asked Board Member Arthur needs asked: Gaskins. Is the two-
-tl.634.SM in federal vocational $4,214.784 In salaries, $784,034 In Just slightly over$66,000 to spend on ." year replacement factor what ii running
'. funds being used on Phase 4 additions employee benefits. $504,244 in pur other equipment Plat ONnent. The teacher raise totaled "At this time, we don't" the BUSprincipal the price up asked board' member
to the Bradford-Union Vocational- chased services$329.838 In materialsand Board member Spengler<< questioned $2SO.ooo-$260OOQ, Mrs. Miller pointedout. replied. .' J.T. Pa.rrIIb.
Technical Center. supplies $32,1904 In capital whether adequate funds are In- The school district received over Duncan pointed out the high school 'Textbooks should be purchased on a
There.is a total of$8,810,083 in state outlay funds S68,1S851n other expense, cluded for English books and sup $700,000 in new state funds and had a will have money from school pictures, six-year replacement plan. Duncan
,_ and federal funds coming into Brad- and$112,340 for replacement of equipment plies."You're. carryover of$250,000 she said coke machines, and supplies to supplement said On that plan each student could
t< ford schools compared to $737,505 In and library books. absolutely right. It's a "We're taUtlnahOOt a million the textbook allocation. He have a textbook on his level, the principal
t r local tax funds. Local funds comprise The food service budget of$514,111 tight situation all the way. The commitment dollars" Mrs. Miller pointed out said the Science Department is in added.
only 8.37 percent of the total school .is "up considerably" over last year, this year was to put every There should be plenty (of money) good shape. for textbooks the Math The board has honored every request
budget. Supt. Casey explained. The cost of dollar Into salaries" Supt. Casey for each child In the school system to Department needs some, and that for textbooks that came beforeit
The proposed 70-80 operating food Is up over 10 percent salariesare replied. "No one expected to have a have all the textbooks he needs Mrs. history and social studies textbooks board member J.T. Fairish
budget Includes $190,483 in reserve up 10 percent. Sources of funds of surplus of dollars." Miller said She said It wW'id take ,change constantly."Are pointed out.
Included in the reserve funds $180,000 from the operating budget "We need to get tighter somewhere $13_ for each student to have the you going to have enough It Is difficult to use up old textbooks
Is$93,000 in unearned student funds to $218,566 from the National School else" Mrs. Spengler retorted,, meaning proper English books. She said each dollars (a buy textbooks pressed ,before getting new ones, as law requires -
be paid the school district because it Lunch Act, $54,000 In other federal someplace other than supplies student needs an English text, an Mrs. Spengler.{ ; Supt. Casey said.It .
lost 210 students since last term. Such funds which come through the state,a and textbooks. English grammar workbook,. and an $15 per student .is Inadequate when Is disturbing to hear students say
funds, called declining enrollment $18.391 state food service supplement, Casey pointed out that $57,000 is English literature book. the fact that :200 students more than they can't do work because they don t
funds, are being paid counties and $45.154 in reserve funds. Idea In budgeted for textbooks. Almost every student at BItS Is taking last term are taking English Duncan: have a book, Mr*. Spengler said
because of a student drop in huge the food service budget Is to wind up Asking permission to speak English this term Mrs. Miller ,said. There is money In reserve that
Dade County which did not want to slightly In the black, not to make a lot English Instructor Julie Miller who said, adding to the need for more tex. "This board has mandated that; could be put into mora textbooks,said
lose state education dollars. So, the of money, Casey reminded the school was also a member of the bargainingteam tbooks. aren't we going to have..." pressedMrs. ,board member Gaskins, "I'd rather
big-county legislators came up with of said: "Mr. Duncan do you have enough Spengler. put it there than think we have$90,000
the idea of declining enrollment funds Casey noted the proposed budget In- "First of all, I don't want the BEA money In your high school budget to "No. Ma,am, not under the present In reserve," Gaskins said. .
"If Mr. Duncan has need for$1,000,

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I want to know the needs.: Maybe
N4s back in July you didn't know that, but
+rtlestyter maaa ttgelustp you know it now," Gaskins said.
Duncan said the reason for the new
scale in coaching supplements to that
w new coaches have been earning the
ONTROLa same .supplements as experiencedones.
'I felt that was not the way to
csswcAt Co do It," said Duncan, a former coach.

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county with 80 mph winds,It head-
ed toward Tallahassee, hit a cold
front near Dothan, Ala. and made a
hairpin turn-only to sweep Bradford

FERTI-LOME PELLETS County Dora again.ripped up Strickland's Lan
BLACIICO's FALL ANNUALS & ding and New Kingsley Beach to the
Formulated For Florida Soils tune of $20,000. Strawberries pecans
16-4-8 With Chelated Iron & Other Minor 1 Pl"I7 BRAND and chicken houses also suffered,

Elements Bag Covers 60 Lb. $238 VEGETABLE PLANTS mostly from water damage from the
$695 lS Bag Reg. 2"_, 15 inches of rainfall Bradford County
6000 Sq. Ft And Its Onty_ Bag received in the five days of stormy
Fresh favorite Varieties Tray of 8 weather. '

FERTI!-LOME WEED KILLER 40 Lb. Bag R.g. '2PINEBARK'WCH" $198, Plants Reg. 60* The season, which begins in June
and runs through November usually
PLUS FERTILIZER I k=: c doesn't see any action until late
198 2 96 There five
Trays August or September are
Does Both Jobs With t Just One "
I:} 3 Cu. Ft Reg. 2 n-.r.-r.-,, classes of hurricanes-the worst is
Application Bag Covers SA95 \UI \ \ Class 5 which has winds over 150 mph
6000 sq. Ft U NUGGETS $2 48'' 'S4"STAKES 19CFERTILOME and the mildest. Class 1 with winds

LAWN FOOD r.r.:1" 3 Cu. Ft. RegCYPRESS '2".."." ." ,.,....,.. Tomato Shrub Etc. Reg. 20 Ea. over 74 mph. Anything under 74 mphis
called a, tropical storm. David
f MULCH started out as a Class 5 hurricane
PLUS DIAZINOH 21a,, PLANTED while he battered the Caribbean. The
No. 1 Grade 3 Cu. Ft Reg. '2 '... trip northward to Florida weakenedthe
Kill I Lawn Insects Such As Chinch Bugs
winds and David was downgraded -
Grubs Fleas Bag Covers PREMIER SPHAGNUM PEAT HANGING BASKETS to a Class 1.Hurricane.

3000 Sq. Ft. $Q95 Pure Aged Peat Absorbs Up To 20 8" Size Reg. '5" Frederick was

Includes 20-3-3 Fertilizer ,____w Times Its Weight Compressed Bales IEAT I .. downgraded Tuesday to a tropical
S Green a White Wandering Jew storm.
4 Cu. Ft

, 100% ORGANIC 6-6-6 ''Reg.'r" 56.38 Reg '4" $298 1 98' :! I N Afro Lambs Jew Ear.'Inch Tahaltlan Plant Swedish Bridal Veil Ivy& .Mora .. $98 more.p..ra.'Tax lncreaae, ,

Cu. Ft R ego" *2" ..,,, .'".* .
To Se Out from SAl
Subject page
, With Minor Elements FLORIDA '::::. .
PEAT Bbl M t.. '$138 Plants Chairman Maxie Carter again went
$329 Bag Rep toy BUfer Specials i I Save
ao Lb. Bsg Super Special Best Quality over his explanation of the trap the
I Limited' SU P n county is caught explaining the
I TOOLSSPRAYERSHOSELONGHANDLED I state is passing down to the county
Dragon Brand responsibility for programs but not
increasing state monies to the county
& HAND SoluaWe Plant Food : to for the The chairman
5% SEVIN DUST pay programs.
w General Purpose 20.20.20 $ -g 08 'II has asked courthouse officials to
Controls Many Insect Pests On TOOLS BY WALLACE hold expenses down d
t 1 Lb. Pkd'
yvw W+ The Garden & Lawn Safe On '., ble in the face of a deficit budget
GREEN THUMB -CONOVA year with no reserve funds to cover
Animals Against Fleas $128 the
... a
4 Lb. Bag Reg. *1"?,,??-,?,???, %
Complete With only $100,000 in reserve funds
DIAZINON GRANULES l HANGING PLANTERS In the 7940 budget,there.is no cushionto
(( roll help next expenditures.New .
on year's
For Insect Control In The Lawn Assorted Colors By Better Plastics HangingAnd revenue ,will have to be

Around The Outside Of House $278 Wire And Drip Tray Included generated next year or programs

3 Lb. Bag Reg. .." .,??.???? ",?,. _..BURGESS COMPRESSED AIR 8 Inch Kfl$ 8 |Inch deeply cut the commission has
780 that
repeatedly stated warning con-
c s WEED BLASTER TANK SPRAYER Reg. 89 IU Reg.3'9 : tinued overspending income has
10 Inch Reg. '1 caught up with the county.
gfO; Makes SoltVegetation barren For Us* Where Explaining that situation to the
;_ :__ No Is Wanted.Qt Non Coroslvr Durable Tank Has Safety __ RUBBERMAID PLANTERS county Chairman Carter said the
Pressure Relief Value Nozzle: Adjusts For board asked to raise taxes as much as
Size Famous For Asst Colors
Gallon suurasp Quality
58 art
Spray Stream Or Mist possible this year .to generate as
Reg. '3" *Z[ Reg. '9" 798 $1888 8 Inch SO2& tO Inch $248 much revenue as possible for the
No. 7 1 Y/ Oal. Reg. '31'. I.. Reg. '3" Reg. "6" deficit budget.

No. 12 3 Gal Rep '39" $2388 1 n1.1 12 Inch Reg. '7" M"
I. HOUSE HOLD PEST CONTROL I Charles McKinney, a former candidate
::1 MISTERMASTER .. GARDEN' SCENE PLANTERS for the county commission

Decorator Colors An Sizes against chairman Carter, told the
HOLIDAY FOGGER 1 Ot Pressure Sprayer Adjusts For Mist To Stream Use To board Aug. 26 he thinks the idea of a
CS8" $ tax to finance road im-
Q' $941 Real" $621 penny gas
Spray Fertilizers Insecticides Germicides '
Reg. 3 provements is a good one. Commissioner -
Kill Fleas Roaches And Other Exposed =,
I --" Easy To Clean $/I "JQ Dave Shuford, In charge of the
In The Home Easy To Use Just
.. Road ,told the
Department McKinney
No. 3080 Reg. we .,., f"
Set It & Leave REDWOOD PLANTERS board has a county gas tax under consideration -
I 1:!:[ HOSE END SPRAYERS and may,possibly,put it on
e Oz. Size $ 95 1" Oz. Size S j Aft fa jj U11 Genuine Redwood All Sizes & styles the presidential preference primary'
Jug '**" 1 Jug "e" 4 % Attach To Garden Hose To Accurately 10 Inch $ a 14 Inch ',$1993 ballot next March. County voters

,. Mix & Apply Chemicals On/Off Value. Rep.'l l' O Reg.19"d <* 9 would have to approve such a specialtax.

-con 38 rmi Unbreakable $938 All OTHERS 30% Off .

Reg.3"Z No. 422 Reg. J Present for the Aug. 26 tax Increase
714 Oz. PROEM DARES SPRAY SPRINK'LER ORGANIC POTTING SOIL hearing along with McKinney were

Gives Plants Something To Grow On Mr. end Mrs. BUill..., Bob Hammond
TURN-M-UP It Really Waters A Square area 2'x2' To and Pete Thornton. S.M.
400t. 200t. $1 88 Miller was also present but was In-
tuaaM: !'" 35' x 35' All Metal Const. $ 68. $298
To Use No Just 3 53" R.g.2" J terested in how drainage off Flume
Ready Mixing Spray
:i...> I No. 433 Reg. 4" ,..,.. ,.., .,? '. ..' Road will work after the widening and
Control Many House Hold Insect Pests paving of Flume Road. The commission
'- Residual Action NYLON REINFORCED" DO' .''* so RYE GRASS SEED promised to visit the area and
.. talk to Miller, who lives off
$698 Flume
Gallon $699 GARDEN HOSE Reg. 9 5 Lb.. .$135 50 Lbe. Bag $1098'c Road on the banks of Alligator Creek.

\ Some Items Limited All Items Subject To Sellout In other action Sheriff Dolph Red
'\\ 1 Ot Trigger jjprayer With Purchase OJ common and explained to the
he .Is proud of his new
1 Gal. Of Turn m-up'1" Value
F 30.YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL PEST CONTROL'SERVICES ,or.audit two report minor which criticisms.contained Just One one

( criticism was gas purchased on the
ALL POWEI EQUIPMENT market. The county commiselon -
!. however, has been reluctant to
Choose COMPLETE TERMITE CONTROL 8lnoto ".". to complete' souse "'mlOatloft allow the sheriff to Install a bulk: gas
tank and tabled action on bulk
Item In Any. HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL Protection emDerettlna. dnlrvellv.llleecl pette. delivery.and The board thinks bulk
delivery pumping of gas would be
Entire .. ORNAMENTAL PEST CONTROL Control of kitect petit A du.. .... of I.wn..arob., t W11.d be more worth.trouble than the saving would

Big Selection I Names 'W


|:& TER$-POULAN CHAIN SAWS ONTROL 539 East Call!! Si Starke 9845745tl Margie were Thomson the winning and Evelyn couple Griffin at '

c .!KlTO HOE TILLERS SHREDDERS Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night
at Charlie Riddle and
;, tta Sanka a.Repair Wt Rhea Francis: were third.
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Jordan (Jr 1..) iUK-Daiwy HUdebrsn Sr 17S) .1. QB-Davl 1 j';' A; \f ilr F:
RB-John Beanett (81' ISO ,... ." ., t ," RB-Philip,J rn; .i t flf
.LB-Muk Crews Soph 1SS sa 4 uBb.t..C'riiilr" .,_

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.. .;;ri Jamboree Stories,;State RankingsSUPPLEMENT T, .fit y r


September U79Buchbols >,


Tornadoes, Wildcats ei ; Y w Union vs. P.K. Yonge

Resume Rivalry FridayBradford's In Season Opener


Tornadoes again kick football players to hold up If they keep Coming off an impressive win over Zach Hellstrom te,..,20U should see j
their season off with Baker County'iWildcats getting hurt." and with end
Newberry a tough fight action at split with Knox Millsaps
tommorrow night, Friday, Linebacker Danny Hlldebran, Chiefland in the Fall Jamboree the (6-2. IDI)) and David Hart ley((6-0.160)
September 7, at Bradford Field In strong-side tackle Frank Swindell, Tigers travel to Gainesville Saturday battling it out to get in the game too
Starke at 8 p.m. and weak-side cornerback Kenny y sY facing P.K. Yonge fired up after jam Hellstrom's older brother. Josh was
The young Tornadoes, who looked Etherldge the defensive trio that boree wins over Keystone and an outstanding signal caller for PKYa
porous on defense and couldn't scoreon missed the jamboree, were all listedas Hawthorne. The districMAA matchup few back, winding playing r
offense in the will be farIng years up
jamboree "probable starters" by Defensive kicks off at 8 p.m. at Citizens'Field. ball at Vanderbilt University.PKY .
a Macclenny team that is just as Coordinator Mike Sexton early In the .
young.The Wildcats, coming off a 5-5 week. with only three players topp-
year return just four starters and are Both teams were 5-S a year ago. ing 200 pounds, won't have the size on
rated as also-rans in the North "i .w While Union High's Tigers carry a the line Chiefland did, but you can
Florida Conference and District- Reduced price advanced sale five-game winning streak into Fri watch out for quite an aerial attack.
5AAA race."They're. tickets for Friday night' Bradford 1 day's '79 opener the Blue Waves of "They're dangerous," Tiger Head
In the same boat that we High-Baker County football game and Gainesville are looking for better Coach Jimmy Thomas warned Tuesday
are," Tornado Head Coach David for other Tornado home games will be things to come with a team loaded morning. "When you throw the
Hurse said after seeing the Wildcats on sale at the BUS front office. with veterans. ball 25 times you can complete one
in their 4amboree.'They are young Advanced price tickets for high and score anytime."
but they ve got good potential and school students are$1.50,for studentsIn With ten starters back and the PKY runs a run-and-shnot offense
that tailback, number 44 (Curtis first through eighth grade II, and welcome additions of backs Ricky with receivers in motion on many
Stoutamire rHI, 170)),is a fine looking, children in klndergaten and below are Dale (9-10,180), Brian Rinehart (9-8. plays.
quick back." free If with parents.All 160)) and David Mitchell ( 170)),
Hurse and the other coaches at BHS tickets at the gate are$2.50. PKY should pose a threat HUI nlon', The Tigers can be pretty
have truly been more concerned with Reserved season tickets for all five five-game winning streak carried dangerous, too. Newtxrry found out
defender have Tornado tailback John Bennett under In last night, Aug. 30, when the
their own personnel as they tried to home games are also available for wrap jamboree over from last season. Dale and Friday
piece practice sessions together $19. play. Rinehart are both experienced runn- Tigers out-fought them,winning 7-0)in
around hurricane David early in the ing backs for other Gainesville overtime.

week, Four starters who missed jam-. --- -- -
boree action were mending wounds to Machine Take s r USSSA TitleTeams
be able to suit up Friday night and
other players who had filled in at vacant Green Machineof
Hillandale Farms from Ohio east were on ham!
spots have been relearning their Starke its Softball title
won biggest at last weekend's tourney. Greet
assisgned posts. of the year: last weekend, topping a Machine opened with three stralghi t )
"The keys to our season are the Im- huge field of 62 teams to win the wins before being knocked Into tboloaer' 4
provement of our young players and Slow-Pitch Softball t
United States bracket. Then the locals, wh
getting rid of"the injuries and staying Association (USSSA) Eastern World had won the ASA State Tournament i
free of them, Hurse assessed after Tournament in Kingson,. North Starke before finishing 2-2 in tin
the particularly devastating fall "epa
Carolina. Southeast Regionals, won sever.gam.esin
tice. ''There's no way we can do well The win which took wins against the tltle
a row to wrap up
this yearjf we keepJcaing thejtmds) of. loss earned Machine! berth) in the"World .. --
' players we've been losing. Every Series of Softball",a matchupof 1l Thomas said Machine slugger Ken
school we play la bigger than us (in the powers of both ASA and USSSA Carlton won the MVP award and ____
enrollment) now and it makes a dif- Softball at the same Kingston, N.C., teamate Bobby Stevens took home the
ference. We just don't have enough site September 14-18. HR trophy to lead GM to the title.We +

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1 I 1 I Is Iw 71S : H size Union comparison County's against Tigers the paled huge In quarterback schools and at Mitchell Gainesville was Bucholz.back-up haw Thomas a better says ground lit-'* going Kamithan In have last In

Chiefland defense, pictured: above behind Darrell Dickey (Doug'syoungest weekend to beat PKY
but played lough against the Indiana son I. "We didn't run I the 1 ki>> i,: u* well as
and the other District-,\,\ The newcomers join last year's we should have. Thtlllla *aul.He .
favorites, the Nen.berry Panthers. quarterback David Bernstein (5-8,
155)>> and running backs Brownie said Union necriH to "gel
The Tigers open their season Browning C IV6, 145)) and Julius Phillip Jackson outside quicker In
with a district clash at Gainesville Weston( ( l-1,155) to give PKY a wealthof complement the iiwidc cracks by
/I P.K. Yonge Saturday night. depth in tho backfield. fullback Ed Varnes'

I Wildcat Coach Says "Jinx" Won't End in '79 '' H

...-.-- BHS-Baker Game Again Something Special

There's something special about seething at the bit to snap the"jinx". nadoes drove the 94 yards with All
Friday night's Bradford High- It might seem to Wildcat fans that State running back Marvin Tysonpuncturing
Macclenny game. the closer that inevitable (or is ItO)
As a matter of fact there has been a win comes the farther away it gets. the endzone and Wildcat
special added attraction to all BHS- Two yearn ago Macclenny rolled In- dreams with just 14 seconds to go.
Macclenny football encounters and to Starke with a ...1 team but went "We don't talk much about the
always will be until the Wildcats final- back home a loser again 97. streak here." said BHS) Head Coach
ly beat the Tornadoes. 29 times in a Then last year the Wildcats had BUS David Hum on the eve of the 79 BHS-
row BUS has beaten Macclenny-' on the ropes holding a 7-4 lead with Macclenny matchup in Starke. The
Baker County In football. It's a fact less than six minutes to-go. A BakerCo. Tornado boss passed over talk of the
that's well known in Northeast punt rolled dead on the Tornado streak quickly, admitting he's
Florida, and of course, even more six yard line seemingly preservingthe carefully chosen his words on.the subject -
known and talked about In .Baker win. But, again It was just a in the past, as if to not upset the
County where Wildcat fans are mirage for Wildcat fans. The Tor- balance of nature that has been for so
long In the Tornadoes favor. Second
Baker County Coach Don
are Y&IPTON: SIGNS Boyette also was a reluctant speakeron
the subject in a phone interview
*IIION PAINTING *MAGNETIC SIGNS i MOBILE SIGNS Tuesday but just as he can't help but
snOUTq!"IONS *ReFLECTIVE SIGNS *SIGN KITS think about it he couldn't help but

'. ";' t.J 964-6511 mention"Sure the It means streak.something extra
We Are To Move
Going 'Cat
: 'around here the freindly mentor
,-. said of Friday night's edition of
: the annual Shootout "People can't
wait to get to the game... to maybe be
Them Invoice the first ones to see us beat Starke. +
'ig I \ .gfV "We(the Baker coaches) try not ton
4 '. mention it. The last couple of :yurtwe've

You.Won't rind One For Less Money Anywhere.. r" THOMAS METALS, .IMC. 'DO :?of it as tried just to another make game the payers:,as hard think as I

that Is. We figure maybe if they don'sthink
;,. about it the thing will get over.
Metal' Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage "I really don't think of It as a jinx'*
Cars & Trucks Discounted To Sell.
All : Boyette added. "I think Starke has
beaten us in the past because they've
Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows had better teams a better program j
.We hope someday we'll catch up with

TERWILLEGIRfIII 1 JV" mmDi Buy Direct. 'From Manufacturer And Save //J .*'4"ftBoyette'em.. did his best to convince the

'. .. ,. that this won't be the .
C \" '" listener! year."We're
r I \ i
awfully just
MOTORS young
II r Fn Delivery : ." r got one defensive starter back and
,' .",. we're mostly just 10th and llthgraders
':.' I ., d \ .
964-7200 '., t" this season. I just hope
: Lake Butler, Fla. <--49'6-201'3 (BHS Head Coach David Hurse. who
,has beaten Mcclnny since ,1982)
doesn't whip us too hurt "

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Page 2B &September, 117.IHHS .

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Task Against Hawthorne Friday: "'\ \ .".'" "

KIII obab ry" ;

Put the Tailback Willie Lock ::1 / ....
Clamps on ""'Tj' '"' hi", ..._" ,,

v OFTEN! : ,
C-Mark tt 'm. b .10.
t Keystone' Indiana open their 1179 or Steve' T Jr ISO
1T4tiV' iif'
football campaign on the road at rival !( I.' .

Hawthorne Friday night at 8 p.m. G.D..ny118kGove i .j" a

breaks Coach Pete Valentino O-Danlel Hughes ( o ( : : ;& ,)

down the secret to beating the 4' i1/f/ a". 1f"Galt iit '

Hornets into one easy formula: stop T-George Payne (Sr ZIt), "eZA.

Willie Lock Hawthorne's HI, 160 T-Garjr Bonner (Soph 20*) 'V,* y iii'"fyi ", .

pound terror of a tailback. Lock or Carey Stalling (Sr 170) tWO48am ,:' La-Hughe .1:" t <.'1\
scrambled for over 1.300 yards LB-McGovem 7n .. :

rushing as a junior. toting the ball up Sibley (Jr ISdl "f, .
to 40 times game."Hawthorne u .1' WO-Jtll Stone (Jr ISO .. o'f ,',' \.. '
,,, .
., ., "' DB-Dale Furlong ?Jr 143)

Lock II Valentino is as good said as "He's Willie QB-David Hurner (Sr 155,""'f! DB-Hamel' er.Couraey ..
1 f
} Crawyi&t to
definitely their bread and butter man.He'll Uytou f: DB-Morry. :
r RB- feytJri6o ;16O' r'. 'i.. !*-,,. .ifcv* :iI
run the ball from tailback inside ; \ '.., 'o\< ....
RB-Ste 7e Corbel (SR IMl '
and out and be'U throw the halfback \ .:
pass. "The key for us is to stop WB-Kenny Jennings (CJr 160)

Willie Lock and move the ball.We like .

to be a ball control team because we ,.. .

have no real breakaway threat." And ., .f.
how can they atop Lock "It.
"Our linebackers will be keying on ... ears ., + vim.
him that's for sure" Valentino 7 .
40\ ,
answered. "We'U be out to punish :
:. .
him... gang tackle him." ."., ........, ."" ./... .\>" ,. :..
Valentino stops short at saying 1If r '"

Hawthorne is a one-man team as they '. \.,: ,iIfI.i

have their entire offensive line back '.' "
and defenders led Edward 'I
by J \.. '
McDonald (160 pound linebacker) and

Danny Dodd (190 pound tackle). Indian defenders Dale Furlong 84, Sam Sibley IS, Daniel Hughes 63, and Scott Marvin 50, give chase In the jamboree.
"They've got that good experienced

offensive" line and a sound with Lock leading the resurgence in their defense gives us." Hawthorne tilts have been.

defense, the Indian Head Coach 1978. The game will be the first for both

said.Hawthorne "We'll mix the pass and the run Friday teams in the revamped DistricMAA I Ir
suffered through an 0-10 night Valentino previewed. division making It even more important Ticketa at the gate will be$3 for all

season two years ago but were 7-3 "Like always we'll take whatever than past Keystone-versus- spectators.

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Keystone's Daniel Hughes move In to assist a tramate In downing P.K.'s




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Keystone High's Indians split two to go on defense first but Bell put the

quarters at their Fall Jamboree in monkey back on KHHS' back when

Vv :: Hawthorne last Thursday night they scored a touchdown and two-

August 30. point conversion to take an 8-0 lead.

The Indians lost a 3-0 one-quarter The Indians came through to tie the

decision to Gainesville P.K. Yonge game when flanker Kenny Jennings
its other with wild scored on play and then
but won quarter a a reverse

The Sun's Classified section and wooly 23-22 decision over Bell in tallied the tieing two-pointer on the

Shop three/ overtimes. same play to the opposite side of the

In previewing the Jamboree last field.

week Keystone Head Coach Pete Bell again put the pressure on witha

; day for values. Valentino had said he wasn't so con- TD and two-pointer to make it 148.
every great shopping cerned about the won-lost results of Steve Corbett punched In to tie the

Thursday's one quarter tests. Insteadhe game on a dive play as both teams

wanted to see his players "in the failed to convert the extra point. Bell

heat of the battle." He got that chance again answered with a score and extra -

Thursday night. point kick;to retake.UlS-.lead -at

"We accomplished what we had In 2322. '
mind," Valentino said before practicing Finally the"IndTaT Tehdeav'lhemarathon \ '

in the winds of Hurricane David when quarterback David

C 4..n TUOENT IN WHEBLCHAInaod Monday night. "We looked at Hurner hit running back Billy
SarvK Manapar ::: BHPO- *part tlma porvonalatlfant. NEED 15 SUPERVISORS everybody on the roster they all got Coursey with a nine yard TD strike
., .
rlonca neec...,.. Salary plUG Good* .... Ms admm dlat.'''. If T OCM
commllon wlm ..c.II...' com.rany Call. 174-OOM evea. ar* or paopla with twporvlvorykill to play at least one play from scrim and then pitched a two-point pass to
-../ .. Inoulra In par Bon. EXPCi1ICa'pTirFa.nt. *. Work ( Saturday par ouar.tar. .
And two to Jeff Stone for the extra
.. we got see
wolcott Galnavllla' Paron. 'mm dl./. oponlnp 17/nr. plus frtnoa bonaflt*. mage.
CaN.. ISIS N Main... our part dapl. All of tha wu.MU.1. Hav car, Mean.. Call how they would perform in the heat of points.
177 tin for._ _'.
KByPUNCHOPBPATOP.Biiparlanco a. panlon "'.n. Call. lor ._'.. the batle. We had some disappoint- "One of things that pleased me
pn IBM 12, and/or Mr. Tom Sam>. 174i5l.. HOUllikEE..V..T.. ments... and we had some pleasant about the quarter with Bell was the
computar tarimlnal data antrvdnlrad. T.... T_...... a, Friday ajatar.one .
Haoltn. Taitlnp. Indltuta.JOS METAL BUILOINO. **. own transportation. Sand surprises. Overall It was a good show Iremenous amount of fight and desire
NW IHH: .,.-. 17*.1371RETAlSAlfS EPPCCTOPSXPEP.ICNCBO. ruma to: D...'. PI34S sun
kids In back
DIIT"'CT 1 M..Oe.. Drawor A.. O'vllla. PL ntm.PAPJTTIMfc for us, definitely ,a worthwhile ex the showed coming so
375-4173 or m s/,0.nar fpm "
P.rlnol.n company perience. many times, Valentino said. "They

work"Tr wlltt aducatlonal ambltlou* nar book>onto and EKPS: oalMl NIENCSOWLO/ES MacKanlc wanlod WAITER/WAITRESS. In the quarter against Class-A Bell The quarter against P.K. Yongewasn't
.......p toy*. If you...IntaanAlmly In paron: County aid 32 wantod. Aoolv! In porton II ..m. the Indians had to come back three nearly as impressive. .
to '2..m. at: Mapw'W and
__. Gulf Hammock. Plorlda Limp
MUST BB EXPERIENCED ad In a m.n. caroar toad *
To work for vounp prowlnp.woman' .... -.-. ..caltonf aarnlna* plu* a Oolomlto Co.Call 404.7377RJU Sandwich or call. 3714751.MAINTENANCE times after regulation evening ttv "I was disappointed in our offense
anoaral frau. Apoll-, aIn F 010 bonoflt Suns: 'write TIME Hlp. Honplt count after three Bulldog scores. The P.K. Valentino admitted.A .
cant mut b* .m' PJ. anar* today. Ooof P-1143, : HAIRDRESSER .. against ,
oatlc Pull to.... on'''. Aoolv ., A,oalmnvllla.....nan.Boual .._lencOd.............. and. rabl.Apt>. ,.Apolv,. NW CovaradBrldpo 13 Blvd.Apply quarter was knotted at 0-0 when. long run set David Bernstein'
tna Bottom Lina,t sw Ttn. I Opportunity Emo CN1773-1S10 Prl. *TIM.. only' 311.21.lqo : .
time out.
regulation ran 35 yard field goal that beat

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Fully cu.tom1.0. 40,000 mil.*. Wan.Icr.n'mllan.I pood beak*. no rums Motor In mud
: .s100 315-2s,7.371MS.: tlra*. Pun wall. coed cafdl. Nn. condition., **lo firm. Call
CHVVV VAN .an OD. PlaaM call. Inimf.la : -,....,*-,::102._nocollaclctll_ _* FIRESTONE
..Cul/O./Nand.CN.f. PLYMOUTH Suburban .,.." 1 TAACAV1I-B
: Good Condition Til*wfc only lion Waoon.. taco Good sand Charry condition. New' anolna.naw .
a7f Cam. 177dS,7DEALER car for ftaullno kid and othpr tlra*nNla Oil 17>ualMl
10" .UICK 1 CENT .V. ,.O.Yir toad Call. }rttnT tor E in-nta 964.6436 US 301 N Starke. Fla
: 174 CHEW WINDOW VAN 964-6436
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fs.rln0 r.R1nN Cal 77 CHEVETTE. aconomlcal7 AII.ow.r.. carpat. AM/PM ,._
: ..."..on. Naw fflr.*. nor braka*. cyllndar, 4 spd....._. radio, plavar, Bvcallant.. candltlon.raoular .
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: Lon wt**l bat*. Automatic. air, 177 TOYOTA CELICA.. 0- (.itandard lono-whaal baa.
*._'.. LakE ova _... MPO. AM-FM, woat condition.4m. Good c..;...,,_.._.
.; mans. Call 43_aftor I.Iff'S ...-,oOG. Call ti *an t... Call.. in MHaflara TIRES
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at C..... TV. 3o>NWUAvp.Soa m1$4100 or wIll conddor kI
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=: .....anY'. y. pC... '0 N II. Con. PRICED LOW TO SELL NOWI
;:. tomoorarv custom codar S tovolHomo. 4.*/2 batti. 177 Parada Ham
3'* laced acra for nora On u> acra woodad tot In Nor. ,
.. Croak* and pond and many tnwood Oaks. 1740 N. ft., tlraplaco -
a.trat. SB of city NortH olPavna pallo. vary loaclal land.acaoa. .
;;: Pralrl.. Owner movlnp.mut ."1C NW M tt. M2._ by
*all MIa waok. Call day: awnar.f .37111q /WaNSnd G78'14 I
l Florida.74.or nloht'woodland 17-.MOI.BY broker. 373- 878.14 J78.15
:: ... t BATH baautllul patio $2688 H78.14 :
": W..LI. TO .., tMOP. OW"... CO. a... I ....... villa homo wlm ton tor tra p..ordan. $2988 $3288 I
PING1' .R. t bath, concrata bnk Sit. larpa toncod laundry a ,,a._ off ca-'. Yard o tra.. UI._. Call OwH1backyard.
by A aaa: Mlf dan. dlnlnp room, foncod yard. to *oa pus lovolv Horn at Poraitof
:"' N.E. 1Nh L=. Call Lynn PuwallLTOK Sm." ty. auma Hfc morl. ma Unicorn. 37>a>77 ova*. Plus Fet H18.15 Plus FET Plus Fet
...."... ...... 277.4411.37742U aftor a ftUPCII *Uy .
: Ana nea.. -ajlO SNICK! FIMEPLACE.! .... I IL'1 '
; 1 ACHB THACTBWlm Pamllv ivt batti.room eater, lorpa N block kllcHon":, dan :FIBER'GLASS. :S f TED, :

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NluNarlh O.a la mandn.. *15. OO. Call' Powll ajpaltv. Plus
PJEALTO*). 377-4411. Plus FET Plus FET FET
MUST SELLS 11./ 1.321277 ClOSING COSTS G 7
COUNTRYH..M.. NaarTakp.ratord 8.14
HUNT.."* SPECIALI- SOlaOWO ... a.R.amIly ramLar.. 1... a......modorn Homo E78.14
.N 0 0 .n YT171 ac... tor _'" par ad f18:14 J78.15
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_, olnlmant only. {4O.OOOMldPiorlda P.O. ... It*. 0.0..1_. PL Pamllv A Mwmp roam C_.... *arln101s.n1.Nf.. PMA/VBT 10%.
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V.. all occaorla*. Bicalianfcondition. Prlpldaro wltH lea ntakor.M. .
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.*-Jdav..er* 7 .7.2,1.1 ovo wltn framaa. 1.10/ af.37* I4 4sbLlf Moat Cars 8 $1188 4 cyt 122,95 e Cyl' '28.95
r DOOA HOTPV1 INT I_'_a' AAy blNlNG TABLaV. "*
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m.Mar._. a"._ pHtanlon rod. 00 Aptlojua >
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pr "oof amor. Call J7T- aal.icooptrvlnp. I: : burns camp *tare ,m. 1 c In. Grand Prix
: ':bap. .. .. inont.oVALLITTol C/1a1L 311 Cl 211.120/.
modal. If, al calla. naw. Won.Manual., ::CCNNm-,_. HOT*. mlenlna.I LS.1amall. $7088 inatatSCCCKS
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TMOMAlVILLtl to Tobto Oval a fwaod upr.mtorad MAHOGANV. suito. .. .. ... WHEELS .
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( MOIRE HOMESi Why l60 MOBILE HOME Three? :Y.It"6 : Fence Co. .... 399. THhgAHIA
Union 1 pay lic "AW SHOPi Completenlng PALMS APAHTMENTSt Fur
Fids MIDDLE AGED WOMAN to 1962 FORD TRUCK with topper
County more? Buy direct 'from face bedroom. INS 1 bath CtVAii: h service, circular, h.lp operate restaurant. nlshed efficiencies and I BR low mlleoge $390. HAY ,Argentina

tory. large selection COMMUNITY of 24. Phona 7823166. Itpd 9/6 eAgn carbide, chain. ,' Must cook. Phone 964-71B4. apt., weekly or monthly. Phone .....5260. TFchg. highly ferllllied. Phone
14. 12 wide mower.blade hollow groundand" Itchg 96IMMEDIATE' NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS *..-.071. TFchgWAISON'S

MOBILE HOMES SALES US POUR BEDROOM two bath baranced. leave at monthly only. 2313 N. Temple FORD PINTOl "7'. V-6, PS. HOUSE orVACUUMSi
PERSONAL FOR SALEHONDA 301 N< 6 Sltnd.,. Phone school Broadway S".... Starke or Keystone H... OPENING and take over low now vacuum Used

SERVICESCUSTOM 964-8741. TFchfl Only$1100 down payment TFchg Representative for Brad MIMOSA MANOR mobile payment Phone .....7761. machine available. Part
under S290/month. Phone ford. Clay and Union CounI. home pork mobile home 9/6 and accessories for all
8/30 2tpd
400iGood condi Bob Harris, ....5533
flet. Rapidly expanding
and space for rent. !Phone vacuum systems. 4O4 NW
lion $690. Roger Cochran 10.M TRAIURi All now 4733133.6 3tehg 9/20 ANONYMOUS. Phone croon printing company 4611.2912.3/22 TFchgKITCHENETTESl 197* CUTLASS SUPREMEi I0.h Avo.. Gainesville,
MADIORAPIRIISzFr..tlmat. 1170 S.W. 4th Terr., Lok. 964-3148 or......6582. TFchg need harp Intelligent
paneling and lnwlatlan. take phone 374-7110. Trtho.
Butler. 8/23 3tpd 9/6. STAT ROAD 16 W.... One equity up
.*. New wblng and plumbing 2 agent to represent lass On. 'BR Can be teen at
2 bath payments.
3 ,
Local distributors for completely air conditioner acre estate REMODELING BUILDING Capitol Shirt In this .,_. apartment, pool TV AC 608 A Euclid Terrace, DO DROP IN Sargebi Houses
SOFA. $30 th,. S2$ fireplace, reasonable term US 301 South. We buy and
washable nationally' ; rug Reasonable. Phone REPAIRS N.w kitchen, Liberal commission, protected utilities Included. Totally Sto"' .. Morning or Eve.
Phone 96/ 5533 Bob Harris.
each. Phone oil used furniture Phone
edvertlsed. Gad..... .96Itchg 964-6258.1116 TFchg 9/27 baths, family rooms Brick territories, thorough furnished. Weekly' monthly' ,llpd 9/6
Draperies.. SAW ht< Ed or toms St.ph.n.. -- specialists. OrrHls Construe time or non-comp.titiveline. N. Temple Ave., Starke. '1973' ford Courier good Mon..Thun., 9 to 6 Prt. and
496-2219. TFN. 1976 RANGER Base Snot 15 tion. Phone 473-2108 or For detail and per Phone .....7357. 8/23 3tpd condition white spoke Sat 3/1 TFchgBRICABRAC
ft. with IIS HP Mercury. 12 or r flrQ 1 473-2578. TFchgBRADFORD : tonal) Interview, Call Jim 9/6 wheel, large tire. $1900.
CLARKES SAW SHOPi. Com.plete 24 volt trolling motor. Fully KMlyzton8 Adl 1-329-3049 from 7.9 p.m. or 964-8427. 9/6 Itpd. SHOPS Jut

sharpening (.", Ic., equipped. Cobra deluxe SEPTIC TANK mall resume to Sass Capitol opening. Hwy 21 North of
hand, circular, mower drlv.-on trailer. $...000. FOR RtMTi Trencher compactor HOUSE FOR SALS 3 BR 2 SERVKBt Bradford residential Shirt. P. O. Sax 696 East Three Bedroom Mobile Keystone His. Ceramic,

blade, chain aw.. leave at Phone 496-3463. 9/6 2tchg cement mixer, bath living.. room kitchen pump-outs, S4S. Cone Polotka Flo. 32031. 9/6 2tpd Home $123 mo. 9646112. plaque, doll, Indian
Crew Building Supply. Lake 9/13 pressure washer, lawnmowers dining room den. $41'.000. merclol and Industrial. Fully 9/13 Itchg 9/6. FOR SALEYARD Jewelry' other Item. Phone

Butler. 7/3 TFN. tiller, other 468-1820 or P.O. Box 1334. licensed. Phone 964-8121. 473.70421/26 TFchg
NICI HOME on well land- garden auto and construction Keystone. 8/30 2tchg V6 TFchg X-RAY TECHNOLOGIST ONI HOUSEKEEPING

USE THE LAUNDRAMAT at leaped acre Sat located tod. KEYSTONE RENTALS Must be ARRT registered, ROOM AC; one sleepingroom ORAPtSt MuMadlne and

Hwy. 100 by the Handy-Way. near center of town. Many Hwy. 21 North HELP WANTIDl R.cep- THE MOWER CLINIC- Small day shirt 8 a.m. to 4.30: p.m. very low prke, AC: SAlEi Miscellaneous cvppernong, large (half
W. have a wash, dry. fold; pecan thade tree*. Deep 473-2993. TFchgAVAILABLE tlonlst. Keystone Hslght engine and all type of light on call for weekends.. UNDERWOOD MOTEL, US Item. Highway 230A. dollar lie). black and

..", Ic.: .29 per lb. Attendant well and city water and Animal Hospital. Full.tlme, lawn mowers repaired Including Good benefit, one year experience 901: .4 mil.* North of Starke. Bethel! Church Road. From 9 while, Easy Picking. U-plck,
on duty. TFN _'. Three BR, 2 bath. 3 reborlng. Work located ot Northeast TFchg ..m. until. Saturday 50' a pound. lllly' I
2-car garage hardwood oak bedroom, 2 both home In Iight-typing, exciting position. don. reasonably H.nry Fla. State Hospital Phone "' Vineyard. Floroheme. Hwy ;
.5408. 9/6
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE floor*. Ear"In kitchen. Cedar Keystone. Near schools on 9 day weekly.. Mature Browder, 944-5760. 6/21 Mocclenny, Flo. Contact TWO BEDROOM apartment: Itchg 100. 8/23 3tpd 96.TUMBERtANDFARMLANDS6.

TRAP cleanout*. c....... CH/A. family room Dove St.Stove,refrigerator.CHA Individual/ neat. Resume to tfchg. X-Roy Dept. 904-239-6211 I apply at 870 McMahon St.. GET YOUR COPY of the

......-bl.. Joe Forayth and creened porch. Adjacent ; washer/dryer hook Rt. 2 lox 105. Keystone set 210. An equal oppor Starfce, 8/9 TFchgBRADFORD Bradford County Telegraph
4311022. All Dullness ap acre _lIobl.. W. S. up: carpet; fenced yarnutility Height. 32656. tfnchg 8/30 BIRCH'S (IfM Pert CeHrs1S.rvlce..5 tunity employer. 9/6 2tchg CENTENNIAL ISSUE We still acre. Phone I-309-269-4909

preciated. 3/31 TFN River. 496-2241 or shed" : last house on ..The March I I. 9/13 VILLAGE have a few copies left In the after 9 p.m. for description.
1 496-3841. TFchg paved deed end street. $260 HELP WANTEDi M-F Need On To Rid Your Home of APARTMENTSi (Taking application office. 139 W. Call St. Don't 8/23 3tpd 9/6.

HARVEY'S:! LAND DEVELOPMENTiLond per month. 1st and last full or part-time person to Nuisance Pest, Call LICENSED PRACTICAL for vacancy coming miss out on this Issue I You'll

clearing and ISTATIAlliSaturday, month tent plus 1100 assist In lawn and yard 964-9534. 4/21 TFN. NURSSSi for day and evenIng up). One BR, furnished get t tot page. of pure Bradford NURSERY. SAtll Potted
bulldozing work. By hour or Sept. 1. beginning 9 a.m. damage deposit Phone b eln.n.' Must be physically ihlft Salary ranga AC carpet, walled garden County history for only plant .tt price; fruit tree,
contract. Road built fishpond furniture, appliance, antique 431-1114 after 9 p.m. TFpd qualified. Call 4732189 SEWING MACHINES S661-S846 monthly. Phon. 964-8601.. 11. TFpd oppl.6'.r. $' In can: citrus
dug. and culvert In *. One mil. west of Providence evening after 6 p.m. Call REPAIRED All mo..... cleaned REGISTERED NURSE I I'* for patio tiee, So.50 and $5 In can:

... Contact Superior SR-238, left on SR241A. FOR SAID 3BR 2 both new 479-2132 daytime. 8/30 oiled end oduted.| $10. day evening and nightshift GRAPESi Extra largo fig. 12 gal. can,

Cleaner, 299-2078. Aft. 6 On. half mile look home, with fireplace. Deer 2tchg 96CAIH Work guaranteed. Jams *. Salary range UPSTAIRS On. bedroom Muscadines and Scupper, grapevine, bearing S3 gal.
call Spring. Road. $1100 down Strickland' ; comer Morgan $872.$1138 monthly plus con; hedge plant, boxwood
p.m., Eugene Harvey\ for 8/30 2tchg 9/6. apartment. Phona 964-6379 nongs. EZ picking. U pick 50
2752552. or Ray Harvey.\ payments under FOR GOLD Sterling. Rd. and Hwy 16 1 TFchg T/i! pct. for evening and after 9 p.ml; 8/30 2tchg 9/6 cents per .Ib. Lilly'. llguitrum viburnum;
279-2768 In Sanderson.8/23 S250/mo'lth.'! Phone Bob Jewelry diamond, coin., night shift. REGISTERED Vineyard 13 mile. East of shade tree, podocorpu;

Stchg (511.DOu1EE Harris, 964-9933 or dental gold. Will visit your Will BABYSIT In my home. NURSE Ire for day evening THREE BEDROOM House, un Keystone HI*.. Hwy. 100. camellia, oialeo. bottlebrush
473.3133.9/6 Stchg 9/20 home onywh.r.. Mr, Riff- Phone 782-3889 from noon and night shifts. Salary furnished. S13O/month. first Fforohome. Phone 659-2121. pampas gra**. O.C.
OR DRAGLINE work. man. 4751069.21 tfnchg. to 3 p.m. 8/30 2tpd 9/6 range S919-S1204 monthly and lost. TWO 1 BEDROOM 8/30 4tchg 9/20 CARNES NURSERY. 23 mile
All kind.. Grading plus 7V4, pet. for evening and apartment, furnished IS of Storks on Hwy. 100 at

drainage clearing or fishpond INSURANCEMAINES SINGER FUTURA One ofSing. LAKE LOTS FOR SALII. ATTENTION. WORKINO night shifts located at Northeast SllO/month. Phone FRESH RIVER SHRIMP foryour Florah< 1/30
work done by contractor .,'*finest Doe all stitches Keystone Height. MOTHERSi Do you need someone Fla. State Hospital 964-8404 or 964-7921. 8/30 .,....,. Please, call 4tchg
by the hour. Free without attachment Beautifully wooded lots on to car.for your.kids Mocclenny with generoC 2tchg 96FU.NISHID Dusty Chaney, Green Cove SAlElSolurdoy,
estimate*. Dwight William button hole*. blind hem, clear, land bottom lake. Phone 964-7440 after 3 p.m. fringe benefits, nine paid Spring. 284-9793. 8/30 Sept. 1. 9 ..m. to 1 p.m.
496-2968 oft. 7 p.m. 8/23 INSURANCE AOEN- Itchg 9(6IAIYlmlNOt holiday; paid vocation, lick ONE BEDROOM 4tchg 9/20 Cloth... houeware, etc.
TFN. CYf 160 S. loke Ave... lake monogram, stretch sewing, Good term or discount for time and. retirement. Excellent apartment, $100 month.' Rood 2301 second poved
.,c. Soldl) new over $900. cosh. 1 to Sac,.* with nice
Butler. 496-3978. Complete In home education rood on right' pact hospital
: Phon.
my program 964-6201 Itchg 9/6 2$ SEARS COLOR TV. good
Balance' $197.40 or $13 tree ... .... from
Insurance Service. TFN per overlooking ,Lawtey area near 3 prison. provided. Excellent working condition 1250. Phone 1310 Searing Street Itpd 9/6
.,seer month. Will take older $3,900, $900 down.ISO Christian home references. condition, Contact Nursing TWO BEDROOM mobile 9646502. Itpd 9/6
I EVERYONE IS INSURASLSt machine o* port payment. month. Commercial lots on Phone 782-3640.Jtchg,! 9/6 Director 904-259-6211, ext. home on Grlttl loop. 1100 YARD SALES Frlday/Satur.
LOOKINGFOR Immediate cov.rag..by Call WhIt,'* owIng Center SR-21 North available.OwnerSalesman. 101. An equal opp<<..unltyemploy.r. month. Phon. 964-8233. YARD BAth FridaySaturday day Miscellaneous Item,

A JOB? phon. JOE USHER Credit Manager ''collect/ at 473-4375. CHILD CAREi Hellbronn Springs 9/6 2tchg9113WANTED Itchg 96FUINIIHID ,,.9 a.m. to 9 p.m. No early bicycle, motorcycle, IB''.
AOENCY496-2126 or Gainesville. 904-376-4467. 2/22 tfnchg. 0'_. School children solos 237 Monroe SI., camper, dishes. furniture.
LOOKING, 496-29O3.TFN 2tchg 9/7.11. only. After school until 6 APARTMENTSi behind Eagle Store. Baby 301 North to Hammond
B ACRSSi on 214 near p.m. Will pick up. Phone Monthly ,rental utilities Jn- bed, baby clothes, car seat Rood 6th houce. Phone
I FOR I ELP? I ., .\.v, r, ..4- ,.r... I Keyttone Height. $300 964-6S34' after 2 p.m. Itchg cluded. One BR no pet; no dishes, antiques, tools, a lot 964)6743.) Itpd 9/6

down $89.81 per month. 9/6 children. 314 N. Temple of everything. Itpd 9/6
Phone 473-4098 or 473-4367 Ave. Ideal I for retired personor KIMBALL SPINET PIANO with

after 6 p.m. 3/29 tfnchg PIANO, LESSONS Now couple. Phon. 9647344. TRAMPOLINE New ,round damp-chaser. Frultwood

WATER ichedullng. Beginning GOOD PRICES PAID far used Itpd 9/6 list $399.99 sole $319.99. excellent condition. 1700.

NEW MOBILE HOME R.V. student Phona 485-1175. mobile home.If mortgage I I. 8x12 list $399.93. sale Phone 96411483. Itpd 9/6
BULLDOZING Breaker or_. Nell Mann. OLIN'S TWO BEDROOM trailer' : 1100 SJ49.9S. Phone 1-778-3327
PARTS STORE also 3pold or mop
9/6 3tchg 9/20 month. Phon. 964-9161. Jo. TFchgFENCINGi TOP QUALITY pure bred pit
Whirlpool GE, IlCA'part.. bull pupple Sacrifice S39.
*Bulldozer Work Itchg 9/6
between .....5606. Op.n 7 day
WHEELERS Phone 782-3056. 9/6
i Itpd
0 All kind
Urge or Small O ,weekly. TFchgWANTEDi
IK eystone-Melr'ase. HELP MOBILHOME 3 bedroom I wire, welded wire, barbwire
Lard Fin .75-2401. tfn chg 4/19. TWO ACRISi On MorganRd.
Mobil. home both on one acre of land. wood chain link; treeestimates.
axle $139 month plus d.podtPhone MANNING ., 1.7 mile Wet of 16.
.. Will
and tire
PondaWilBUR WORK WANTED House WANTED pick up. Septic tank, wuter pump
OLIN'S ,MOBILE HOME "' .5734. Itchg 9/6 FENCE CO.. 473-4822,
,repair, roof repairs, barns Keystone. TFchgALUMINUM electric pole. Good deal.
SALES. 9645606. Open 7
WATERS TERRI built painting room additions week. TFchg TWO BEDROOM Mobile $9.600. Itpd 9/6
"...... screen porche, etc day a home on Klngsley Lake. AC PLATES Usednewspaper NICI WOOD GRAIN table

Met W.Mdron It ...... no fob too *mall, Mike'. LPN'd. 3.11 shift, Also TOP CASH PRICE PAID for central heat, and small colt plate 23 and tin chair with big leaf.
small) repair. 473-399-day, R.N.'s needed Salary open. coin, sterling. dental gold. tag.. AC heat winter 9/8x36", 2S cent each Like. new, 1100. Phone
984-0729 Bue. Ito,". Nursing Homo, rate. Sept 1 to May ISO BRADFORD COUNTY .
or 4732803after: 9 p.m. ring, GF scrap 96..5585. Itchg 9/6
864-6941 Home 964.6220.9/6 2tchg 9/13 Jsw.lry
tfnchg23 chain, 'optical deposit. No pet. Phone TELEGRAPH 964-6309. '
_- watch bands, etc. Phone J. 5332366. TFchg. TFchg -11II

For Bale Poll SALEt 79 GMC Sierra WAITRSSSi ...32 year; R. Bulllngton '....6250. I PANELINGCENTER I
... SWI loaded. Camper must be neat and trim .. TFchg ROUND BALES OF HAYi
e3 bedroom. 2 bath perienced. COOKS< : Full or Fresh cut. SIS each. 80 I
package 14000m. 7:303:30.:
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frame home outside city be reliable, Woods Brooders, $10 each
4734973. Ask for .,uc.. port-tlm., must BUYING JUNK BATTERIES I
on l.frl acre DISHWASHER COSMETICSLouise one or all. Phone 782-3140.
THE RESULTS... 7.500.1/30 2tpd 9/6 experienced. : ond radiator Paying top .
ez bedroom. I bath and Paneling Molding
Morning evening nightshifts prices. Will pick up. Phon. TFchg I
frame home In Raiford. available. Apply In 7823762. TFchg Starling Kitchen Cabinets
eD/W Mobile Home Vivian Browder soy about her yard Sale Wont Ad FOR SALSl "Puch Moped, at THE COUNTRY I
Max) Like. New, 800 miles, person Evening,- 473-3002 Counter Tops
and lot In city Priced to "I' got KITCHEN. RESTAURANT 3 FEMALE ROOMMATE $100 Keystone' Height. CRAPES I .
un. such good resu/rs/ the f/rst wee* that t have told/ $399. Call 473-7109. Itchg mile South of downtown month. Phone 964-8327 Scuppernong Ventti.sFREE

.3 bedroom. I 1/2 bath rveryfhlng I need to if)II. The responie was greof. You 9/6. Starke on US 301. Sept.6-7.1 I after 6 p.m.30 2tchg 9/6 & I

brick home on nice lot In on get the /lob done when you use A Brod'ord County p.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 8 10 I J
FOR RENTi 2 BR houie on a.m. to 9 p.m. Itpd 9/6 NEED ELECTRIC CONCRETE Furniture Reflnlshlr ,Musc dins.
city. efegropn/ Won Ad.. Turn that unneeded fern Into.quick' / ESTIMATES
big lake. Santo F. tonal MIXERi Phone 964-6569 niter EZ to pick
.3 bedroom. 2 bath ash now
frame home on nice lot $173 per month. 1 acre lot 4 p.m. "Itchg 9/6 I Patto/WalK Stones Open everyday IYAOCNN-10NNSON I ICO.
Call SOI-486-S8I6. 9/7 ;
In city, / I Parking BumpersInstallation / 8 a.m. Dark I
If You Want Results >tfnchg. Wentedi 3 bushels of slosh .
For Rent
pine cones. J.L. I
.:3 bedroom. I bath FOR SAlEi 2-3 acre tracts ot Water. Lawtey. 7823200. Spencer's Vineyard I 140 S. Thompson St. I

n 1/" house on Klngaley Call 964.6305 Today' high rolling land. 3 Miles 9/6 2lchg, 913.Ads SUNSHINE ACRES SR USA Old Coca Cote: Plent H

Lake. Available North of Keystone. H... By GetResults Alochua

November through.. owner, phone 473-4299. Itpd W 984 .T699// Ph. A'2-U2tMIKEtS I 104-6711 1H
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Naines To gin a chromium b.- ...,....
te > kettle a quick end SMALL REPAIR
Real Estate MOBILE HOME Records & Tapes MV thlrtf. go over ImnwIUtt detivtry.liquidation' Well!t Orlllln9! } '
Realtor SIR VICE POLES it with.| piece of ail 1 new all Heel Ulldlngi.I '

wax paper when tru I 40 k 72 x 14 G.46 per 14. fl.BO BUILT PAINTING, ROOM ADDITIONS, SCREEN 2" Thru e'"
160 South loke Avenue i oo AMP : Phonograph Needles' x 108 x 15 $2 38 ar ta fl.
kettle (it warm.
Call Collect PORCHES. ETC. Reasonable Prices.
toke Butler Fla. 1-904-347-2M9 Past Rotary

4-fl7'' 135 : : DAHMER'S.lnc. Century Steel Building-I 473-399 Day 473-2803 After 5 P.M 'Drilling Equipment


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.984-fait ,, New a U"ciSal.I.Part..Servlc.
"" 110 E. Call St. For Someone Else
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Saturday. 1S 1979, |_P Bottle:. .
10 0m Sept. ," start making them for

2 rriHes S. of STARKE, FLA. on US.301CONTRACTORS ftotor yourself'as on automotive .
:}HomeefinedRWeeah E-Z Terms.i.PlumbfneT.
11 '' : dealer 964-8559 ...... ...............
wlr dew./deer wwewwieTeWt WI hN' ... 9f 411
KM nev elummum < cempressar : *! 'man with 1 ;\ !: !
......, Power Plant, I.,.. let, el electric. motet.1msny.N.i I I : 'Y' It' 1'1nt '.":. : some capital alot' ..
of ambition. '
bidder and
Items.faESTAURANT. Don't Junk (hat punctured fire'11 W. p a '

1 t ,I- can section repair 90% of any size( off the road solid background In the New IntuuationRemodeling
I BAKERY IQUIP.It. tires. automotive business.
... miner', welh-ln freeser B teeter. Vov've probably worked '.
dlh wesher" Used tires( In stock' : '' .....es...*...........
chins ,
lce/.ake/ ute>d r iteemteble. as o general manager oral
III...... 18.4x25 .30.5x32 Free fertmete Industrial & Residential '
May!N. ef 17.5.25 . :
'nf 23.11' iii!26 24 Ie 32 MOW LAWNS' other .... ....
't 20.5x25: one dealer Chain Link S .;*.>.Eit>fit)e<
'. EQUIPMENT 28.1 26 : became luccesslul. And
\A 67.3400x25
,;: ........front ,b.d.y.fork lift,form tree tors,truck; I I 1 JC i \ '. *' TRIM SHRUBBERYEDGE you would) like. to start PUMP SUPPi..Y
M H. mobile> home, le ft. boss *
I Let of eM-rees1 tim! SIDEWALKS '
beet r ,. .' >Ail work gv ron'ea f. putting you Idea to'. Licensed City & County 'COMPANY:
:"Contoct Vlrael I 8.nn.ttBENNETT'S LANDSCAPE work f for you. There I II e \.
Other Consignment Accepted' ., 'I' : COMMERCIAL/ Call Ut choice dealership 'location ;' ,InstallationTree .n. f 64.,.i' Yen'plq Jay..

,erhtfeteHi .. TIRE available Storhe Expert I '
McOevgell. Auction i Company SALES AND REPAIR NlICK'SLAWN far the: person who '.. '> ""I, *.
...772.7ftO .: ""tSt.-" f
: 1111 North Allen St. qualifies.' It you are Interested Estimates
SERVICE call \ ,\ :'
: Perry Fla.32347 '. ;
.9/6 30S.891-4SIO.: .... 3S8 964-7081
904-564-4927 .
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JamboreeQuarters STOCK UP DURING WIN' I. 'NI ;

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The Union County Tigers clawed 8I1'O

and scratched quarters through of play 'in IWI the>> Fall Impressive I 41 iY DAYS '

Jamboree .'ridaAUI(. 3D. beating. 1,1)): ;

New berry,7-0 Both and finally games falling went 7-tf into toChicfland .

mertime "$ RK3HTSKSCKVCD
"We probably played| a little bit bet' tiFBEEF fc PIKES GOOD THURS. WID. SEPT. 6-12
; : T0T7
ter Ihan those people anticipated. PEOV oorrwonii MC
Tiger Head Couch Jimmy Tlminas I '

said after the Kaine: l'lIIlIIlltII.1 IJ-tflu: ( .___ _
Chiefland and 7.010. New berry in the!
SprmK Jamboree last May In _
Turnovers provided a lot IIf action
as Union linemen c'ausl'dC':' "bc'rr'I"' fORK SMOUUMXWATXOt
cough up Iwo fumbles u hike I ihvMtinidary : -l__ A1' T f DID
stole a piss Bern more impressive W-D BRAND
was I:moil's recover}' of I two
Chief land, fumbles and one illlc'I'CtP'lillll WHOU
The host Indians Kralilntl dowII HARVEST fRISH S S LL
two Tiger passes! us they tried to even HlatORY SMOKED
up the tui'nover !stuttitic CAUFOA D OR 4 4VB
Newbeiry:' kicked to Union in the
opening of I be third quarter,but Tiger THOMPSON SfflEESS PICNICS
quarterback (David Barber t'lluldll1Il'l
Ins team moving Union mov+d .
the ball only two yards on the first set W1UTEGRAPES
of downs Ix.fore fumbling on a punt attempt _
leaving NeuM'rry inexiellenlfield CLB.
( position! _
The defense turned things: around SAVE 62cON
as they held the Panthers In two earned C
first Uimns in the 12 minute of
play. m. SAVE

On I their first possession the Panthers 20'u.
in position, to score from the TIDE
Tiger 10 yard-hue, held the ball one -
play before Tiger defensive back
Louis Alexander snagged a pass deepin r$ 4j W-O BRAND USDA CHOfCI
Tiger, territory and look it to the
Tiger eight )'ard-lint', IONnESSo
Running back Phillip Jackson exploded t/.S. 1
fur U: yards bringing: the ball CHUCK ROAST
to the :24.three. following yard run fullback through: the EdVarul'S' P f T is V99! !

middle. Another first down came the
next play when Barber hit light end
Kevin A:Unlfis on a short pattern In $ 89
the middle and Griffis turned upheld
for II yards: 1 0 5 99c > d..
There plays later. Barber car _
nec-led with Griffis again as Griffis 'r 0 .
busted (loose for a 30 yard gain LB.
VarncH was unable to move the ball 'Oc&I
for more than just a flshOl'l yards
on that set of downs and Union had to
New berry picked up the ball on 1 r W-O BRAND USOA CHOfCI
) their own 30. taking some hard hitsbefore '
giving it up when Union's Bob- $100 SIRLOIN
J by Clayton recovered a fumble on the PLUMSa
Tiger: 27.1)espile, STEAK .
last-minute efforts. Union i i I / .
couldn't the ball of their "
move out own
j territory as -eguJatyonlliglfehndcd\ :/ U.L /001 "" .4
Union fall '''.I<\ tlttrir" lift as SWElT' 00 ,", '
Phillip Jackson sped in to score from 4 $1 $279-
the 10 yard-iinc. The extra point POTATOES La" La.
made the score 7-0 ,
The defense rallied as N berry 1 1 40'u.
lined up hoping! 10 put some numbers
on the board. Louis Alexander pounce
ed on a loose fumble on New berry's SUMtHANOSMiunrrooa USDA
first play, securing: Union's victory / w.o .IAND
The Tigers continued to fight as
they speedy went All-Suwannee up against Chiefland Conference and ICE TOP GROUND

quarterback Lacy Anderson. CREAM VALUE S __ BEEF
The host Indians held the ball for _
nine plays, moving from their own 35
to I the Tiger10 where Union caused

JI'. Anderson Varies' to carried fumble.the ball for five HALF 99cL. (-'EJ .3 ww01 $439

yards on the first play before a penalty OAL. PAK
set Union back 15 yards, Union --- .
couldn't t get the ball moving and turned -
it over after a desperate Barber to THRIFTY MAfiDIXcIR
Varnes to receiver
pass-option play All VAUIT1IS
was broken up ...* lAW !,,. !....CAN aWNUM C*hoot/ CAMtSTEWZD HtCXOKY SWIll
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Chiefland controlled the ball two aAaa/N
downs until Anderson's Tiger Kriss Simmons intercepted MORTON SWEET PUS TOMATOES SUCEDCON- 91k

The.turn-over game pass.continued two AVI IV. ......crlstaew A '. -
plays later when Chiefland's DINNERS GRUN UMAS .. TOMATO SAUCE
Schrader Jackson pulled down a 'save Ir.ta.a.tau e/us
Barber pass. The Indians held the s r.caw/ "" /
ball four downs, nearly getting a first $100 IAw.G 5' wti U HOG $19

before Alexander picked up his second 2 11-0& ':.. .,. +;wrae I ,,,,, lI ',-La.

Jackson fumble, Griffis recovery and of Varnes the night., led by SlZI s:: I MIXED 1 VEGETABLES a .iww KIDNEY BEANS SAUSAGE aouPARn

Barber, pushed from their own 34 to I
the Indian 40 in 11 plays, earning
three first downs as they shook up the
home-town defense. Time out 0
ran asChiefland' $
Ylf O IRA//0
Jackson intercepted
Varnes' downfield pass. ALL MEAT ft c
Anderson sprinted around the right '
end from ten yards out to put FOR fRAIIK$ It1.a. iliI-
Chiefland's winning score on the PIZZA .
board in overtime. It was 7-0( when a -
Chiefland player recovered a Tiger HNKT W rOWCUNM lUCID INTO
fumble as Union lost it's bid to stay in -
the game. I299C. POM $ 49

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Tourne' \, PIES FRYERS .. ,.' La.

The John C. Thomas Jr. Memorial ,: W-0 MUMS UOM CMOKf MAM

Softball Invitational will be played at}) .i : .3 a $1OO r t / CHUCK :$ G9
Gainesville's WesUlde Park thl*, : a |
s za
weekend.Se 7-9, with the Over,tW :! Wi: IOAST
Hill Gang G Independents and 1'i .' U. r,.
possibly Water's of Star"kelnclWled In. 34., ,,1
the field,
': ,
The tourney In memory -:: wPIDSAhm / I'
deceased Gainesville umpire will : 'A', IltlerH .
start Friday night with one opening' 'I SWISS STYLE fim I
round game pitting the Over the HiD
e Gang against Hogtown Rollers cf age

I. .I Gainesville, 'x.. YOGURT I .4 '. L.. "

I' f The Macclenny Bootleggers will be, 00 1 Ws .... 1tias
t, hosting an Invitational Tournament
4' $1'
t at the Macclenny ballflelds next :;;
weekend Sept. 14-18. es through o SAW A ::: $149
,, I third place I individual land will be .. ,. :
award along with a home 34 "

teams should contact
-"''.' Perkins (904-23 4449),.at At,
', 3"'t 823.Macclenny 32063.

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ANOTHER WINN-DIXIE HMS died. In age the A/. of JKeystoneOenral< .

Hospital in Gainesville Saturday
< evening. He was born in Pnscoag.
.:'1," P; Rhode Island June 7. 1m,and moved
,"f to Keystone Heights S yean ago
from Tltusville. Mr Morris was
STAMP I employed aa an accountant la the
Gainesville office of the HealtS and
Rehabilitatve Services He was a
bra J. fjpOFEF member of the St Williams Catholic
Church St.Williams Men's Club.The
';;: Keystone Band Aids,and worked with
the Boy Scouts. He was a veteran of
: the U.s. Air Force, serving in the
Korean War.Survivors.
BONANZ PEO Include: his wife
Ethellnd H. Morris; his mother, Mrs
: Fred Henry, Pascoag, R.I. ,twodaulhter'il
Mary Ellen Morris,
COUPONS GOOO and Mrs. Kathleen
M.Adams Titusville;two sons,Craig
CLIP THESE n .' Morris,Orlando and Thomas Morris,
: TO =
:. + Keystone; one brother, Donald Morris
Pascoag. R.I.; one sister, Mary
Blanchflower, Pascoag.R.I. and two
: grandchildren.
A Rosary service was recited In the
... DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Chapel Sunday evening at 7:30: p.m.
2,350 EXTRA with Father Michael Williams of.
Relating.The funeral mass and burial
was in Pascoag, R.I. Wednesday,
September S. In lieu of flowers,donations
may be made to the Spring Hill
College Passion Play Fund In Mobile,


Carl L.Welts 82
Mr. Carl L. Wells age 82, of
Melrose died at his home Saturday
morning following a long Illness. He
was born in Alabama,May 3,18W.llv.
ed in Miami for several years, moving
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was a retired employee of Eastern
II II I qq Airlines and he was a member of the
I I Allapattah Baptist Church In Miami.
I 100 &bra I 100 & Survivors are: his wife Annie M.
Wells; one son, Robert E. Wells ,
500 Extra. TOP 8TAfIIN., I.- TOP rlieUieo is. = Miami; two daughters Mrs. Carlene
I II -rs-''a--aw. q -ONI_....a TI Beaird of Brandon, 'Ia., and Dr.
q Sarah Wells Mulr. Melrose; two
a H Damn I oAile" .i I l I
% sisters Margaret Albright
I iIue Gw a..r a.....4f' o -a.d sr..41I a Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mrs. Helen
Top Stamps I i
p qmowsswaaworaooawwoti Fussell. Mt. Airy N.C.; four grand-
II r children and four great-grand

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q qq September 3, In the DeWitt C.
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__ 100 &bra [ 100 smu"l Heights with Dr. James R. Copeland
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Page SB September I, 187.

Tornadoes Double-Losers at Fall JamboreeBradford

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High's Injury-weakened squeezing between two defenders ta
Tornadoes took it on the chin at the catch a batted bU at the U with M
Fall Jamboree In Gainesville last seconds to '0. BHftcouMot get into
Thursday night, August 30. the endzone though as Gtoodle was
With three defensive starters and sacked on fourth and one as time ran

one offensive regular out of action, out.Buchholz
the Tornadoes were tho only double- completely) closed down .
losers In the Jamboree, falling to 1p4\ the Tornado offense In the Jamboree's. .. ,. '
Alachua Santa Fe 13-0 before losing to second quarter allowing Bradford ;
Gainesville Buchholz 7-0. only eight yards on eight offensive R _ .
Actually, four players who were plays, and won. with an SI yard TD
penciled in at starting defensive positions drive.
at the beginning of fall drills The 'Cats used up ':M on their 14
missed the Jamboree. was learned ; play march, consistently moving the
last week that linebacker Timmy ball on the ground nad26 into
Jones will sit out his senior season scoring position with yard pass
because of illness. Nursing injuries from Willie Brown to Greg Jones
Thursday were linebacker Danny Brown bootlegged for the score from
Hildebran, tackle Frank Swindell, '. seven yards out with 2:01: showing on
". j j and cornerback Kenny Etherldgc. 'i the stadium clock. 4
We only ran three basic plays and M
"With three starters out on defensewe Tornado end Ronald Mathews slows down Bobcat tailback Ted Dixon while threw the ball,"Hurst said of the Tornado l
had to switch other people"away said Allen Scott 74, and Jimmie Wright 81, pursue. offense QB Bill Goodge put the (
from their regular positions.
ball nine times
up completing three
BHS Head Coach David Hurse after with a score on the second play from garnered 46 yards rushing on the for 49 yards. "It wasn't out of necessity -
viewing the Jamboree films Monday. scrimmage against BHS 6-3 210 drive, including runs of 22 and 15 that we threw so much we plannedto.
"We realize we're not as strong lookedas as we pound Dwayne Dixon,called by Santa yards when trap blocking caved In the .We needed to find out U the passing
should be but we know why we Fe coaches "the best high school right side of the Tornado defense. game would work. We need more
bad as we did. athlete in the state", showed his stuff BHS moved the ball on its second work on it but it'll Improve." IT Jet skliers cut.through the waters oI1ake'Gene"a' In the races featured at I
"The front seven made a lot of early breaking off tackle on a possession. Tailback John Bennett Keystone's Festival of the Lakes Saturday
mistakes," appraised BUS Defensive wingback counter play and rambling bounced off tackier for a nine yard
Coordinator Mike Sexton after wat 61 yards to paydirt. Dixon booted the run after the kickoff and QB Bill TriNaUonalJy 'o. Races I Ithe
ching replays of Buchholz' 81 yard extra point to put the Raiders up 7-0 Goodge hit Dwayne Strickland on a Daytona Dominated Jet Ski
touchdown drive and the 61 yard with only 1:02: gone In the period. sideline route for the first down at the
march and big play score by Santa 32. Goodge then hooked up with -ranked Jet Ski racers freestyle class with their two- and Rusty'Simpson of Flora City In
Fe. "Still, we feel like the mistakeswe The Tornadoes went nowhere on flanker Edward Hamilton for a 29 from the Daytona Beach dominated rider ballet routine while Mike ,the freestyle! competition, where con
made are correctable types of their first posses Ion and Santa Fe yard pass gain Hamilton outbattl- last weekend's Jet Ski events at the Sanders, soother local entrant, took testants orf. routines or tricks of their
mistakes. We had poor recognition wrapped things up with a score on ed a Raider defender for the bail at Festival of the Lakes competition on third place in that division. ,th lc&.,,
and poor execution of responsibility their second possession. The Raiders the SF 39. Lake Geneva but three local jet Still, it was Bob Rauch and Dan .0':. "I was pleased with how things
but that can be corrected. drove 68 yards In 11 A 15 yard late hit penal against skliers also placed In the first Jet Ski DeAngelis, owners of Water Wurka -.went," Mrs. Bloodgood said after J
quarterback Stephen Healy finishing Santa Fe moved the b a Raider event ever held in the area. Jet ski outfitter store In Holly Hill ,Keystone's first competitive venture
In the jamboree's first quarter San up the march with a one yard TD 29 and Hamilton again came up with a Betsy Bloodgood and Natalie Minor (north of Daytona); that claimed into the "Everybody seemed
ta Fe woke up the Florida Field fans sneak. Halfback Algenonne Flag big catch to move'the ball closer,. combined for a second place finish in most of the top spots. Rauch won the excited. Irs sport' such a new sport that a I

.. tmmmwm...pw........wwww wwwwww....--.--...--------."...... .... stock slalom race, a timed run' .lot of us don't know yet how to run an I
------T-------- through a course marked by buoys, event like this but after about an hour
I JV Indians Tigers Open ToniteThe Bradford Union Mentioned i and was second in both oval course Of disorganization things went I!
.... : races (one on stock Jet Ski's, anotheron Smoothly the rest of the day." :
modified machines) to DeAngelis. Mrs. Bloodgood said 17 Jet Ski
JV teams from Keystone High pressive eighth grader Robbie Self in The pair formerly worked for for riders were on hand Saturday, In-
and Union County High open their the backfield. In Preseason Prep Poll t Kawasaki, the inventor of Jet Ski's 'luding one from Sebring.She also said
season tonight, Thursday, Sept. 6, Defense-Stormer at middle guard, .. I and were Involved In the research and it won't be the last Jet Ski event in the 5
while the Bradford High JV waits un Jeff Stallings and Richard .., .development of the "water cycle". -area.
til Tuesday Sept. 18, to kick thingsoff. O'Donoghue at tackles Chuck Martin The Tornadoes of Bradford HighS ended the season with In 1978. Still :: Other winners in Saturday events "There's going to be a Jet Ski cir
and Dean Stanley at ends Bruce Sapp and the Tigers of Union County both Head Coach Jimmy Thomas has a ; were Mike Drums of Daytona in the, cuit' in .Florida next year ard
Keystone hosts Hawthorne's Baby and Rickie Thomas at linebackers, picked up votes In the state sport- after young bunch this season that, even': modified slalom event <( Hornets tonight at 7:30: p.m with Glen Addison and Chris Geisenburg Iswrlters preseason football poll an will impressive Jamboree performance -: bikes reach speeds of 45 mph said stop on tb 'circuit."
Union's Baby Tigers scheduled to at the cornerback posts, and Tim : released Saturday, although neither be hard pressed to contend Race Coordinator Darby Bloodgood), ,4
start their seasons at the same time Thomas and Prichard as the safeties. 'head coach of the urea squads is for top-ten honors, with its tough :
the road building his team ballclub District 4-AA schedule:; .,;_ :
on against Santa Fe. Union County Coach Jerry Lawson up as top-10
Keystone Coach Rodney Nelson has had no starting lineup set Monday as as they head Into opening games this No less than five of the nine teams I
in District 4-AA which Inludes :
been working his team through two-a- vacations over the three day Labor r week. Union
day practice sessions since KHS Day weekend had set his team behindin : BHS Head Coach David Hurse County as well as Keystone received : Something New At
school wasn't to open until Wednes preparations for the AAA Raidersof : broke Into laughter when told that the votes the preseason poll. Chiefland I .
day (postponed one day by hurricane Santa Fe.Bradford'sJVopener. ;: 711 Tornadoes have been ranked was ranked number eight, Newberry I ,
David). with Eastside :number nine on the state AAA totem is listed number nine and .
Nelson listed his : before the kickoff. Hawthorne, and Williston were in the I I: :
probable starting has been changed to a home game, pole opening
lineup Monday night: Sept. 18, at 7:30.: Baby Tornado Head j "Walt 'till I tell the boys that," "also mentioned" category along .
Coach Ben Moxley said his staff is Hurse Joked. "The only reason we're with UCHS. Jacksonville Bolles, : : ., 1
Offense-center : there is because beat Lake which is moving into AA play after a .' 1.1 '
Rickie Thomas, just starting to work on offensive up we 301 South !
Scott Stormer and Mike Lewis at plays "and trying to settle on person-. 1 Brantley in the bowl game last year 7-3 state playoff year in AAA, is rank- j i
guards Danny Fish, and Mike Porterat nell" this week In practice., (17-7 in the Elks Bowl))." ed number one in the Initial AA poll j
tackles, Paul Steinmetz and "We still have about 65 kids out and ;: Union County's Tigers picked up Defending state champion Milton : \ !
Ronald Harper at ends, sophomore real good depth," Moxley added. : votes in the AA poll, probably due to heads the AAA poll. Gainesville : .. .
) Rob Durocher at quarterback, and "We've got four or five kids workingat ::the rich Tiger football tradition and High, moving down to AAA after being : >
Greg Prichard Jim White, and im- just about every position. ;the five game winning streak they, ranked number one in AAAA most : ; ; '
of last year, is rated number two this : UoFApple.Sundaes::;
week with senior-rich" Titusvijle j I -
-I I KIIS BoostersTo Astronaut third. Area teams ranked, ..
Attention JV and Warner COACHES I ; :> 1.
Pop : Recognize besides the Tornadoes, are Jax : I i .'You'II ; <
"', Bishop Kenny number S, and Perry : :: .Cove Em .
To make sure we get stories on all comments and praise on their team's Indians' Monday' Taylor County. number S. Gainesville: ...., .. "' .i.> .. --...-
the Members of the 1979 edition of the 1' :o'" :
J high school Junior varsity and Pop games. Buchholz, In District S-AAAtalong ;
Warner football games this fall we're Coaches should drop the forms offat "Fighting Indians" football team and with BHS and GHS, received votes*: .
asking coaches of those teams in the the above newspaper office most the new assistant football coaches along with St Augustine. : UYOIEETONET.
I Bradford County, Union County, and convenient for them or call Buddy will be introduced by KHS Head Defending champ Merritt Island Is : 1oy .
, Lake Region area to give us a hand by Collings at 964-6305 with the Informa- Coach Pete Valentino at the first rated number one in AAAA, with : '
filling out game story forms each tion on the Monday following their meeting of the Keystone Heights High Tallahasse FAMU, winner of three :
week. games.We School Boosters Club, Monday, straight Class A crowns, again rated : T. FREE
The forms, which are available at feel this system can help us give September 10, at the 7:30: p.m. In the the favorites In that classification.' :
I the offices of the Bradford better coverage to all JV and I'op high school cafeteria.All .
, TELEGRAPH, Union County TIMES, Warner teams since we can't attendall parents and supporters of the
and Lake Region MONITOR, non-varsity games. We will get school s athletic program are urgedto
shouldn't take long to fill out and include photographic coverage of ball games attend the meeting Join the
space for the coaches to give In all three areas during the season. Boosters Club, and participate In the, t'f .
Club activities for the coming year. ,
Membership! dues are$5 per family.
Starke G&CC Tennis j i Tourney Set Goals for the coming year Include. Mr. GooSa dwrench ; .
/ The Sixth Annual Starke Golf and back to Oct. 6-7 purchase of a new blocking sled for .. '. ,
Country Club Tennis Tourney has There will be singles and doubles football practice (estimated to cost r.
been scheduled starting the week of draws in both men'I and women's $1,500)), providing 16mm film'
September 23-28, with entry deadline divisions. Entry fees for club coverage of all home football games : .
6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21. members are$5 for singles and$4 per enlarged concession stand facilities .... S Ys .. .$''
First round matches will be played person for doubles, and for non- at Joel Bryan baseball field, new ... ;' .).
the first week with semifinals and members $8 for singles and $7 per uniforms for golf and tennis teams. 3* .' i..... .
finals set for the weekend of Sept. person for doubles. Entry informationwill and construction of a school records. i'osstECe
29-30. Rain or a large number of entries be available at the country club board in the.basketball gym to Get The_ Best: GasTune Mileage

could push the weekend of finals Pro Shop Friday, Sept. 7. recognize Keystone, Heights High's .. .; ,,
outstanding athletes from all .
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