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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"If the Recreation Department worked the concession stands instead of giving,;i '-/.1/ -".1'j'! ';J.1 ", !>. ( 0' < ft "
them to the Senior Boys they'd have that $10,000 they need to build the fields at ."..,1 ,"" ;." >- .' S
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!j ing to have the arguing and the problems." ,

i: Yep that's what you hear It's not easy making sense of II all. Every lime you
think you can reach a fair conclusion you hear the other side of the btory- the
third side. She said good' not great. Great make money on a Softball tournament my Whitehead with a lot of family "Nobody elbe bid for it.
Oh, there are some things nearly everyone agrees on. Just about everYone has would be a finished product such as is through the concession stand. help) hosted tournaments at the new "){ullnlllg that eOllcl".IOIll1l1l11o.1ls a
tit least one gripe with the way recreation Is handled in the county (with over 1500 the fully-equipped complex originally Dwight Elder, coach of Starke Truck Lake Butler-Union County ball comjob.." Cheryl I'Rlt'hasil.ld'ou'r,'
participants, most in two or three activities.hat: could be expected). It seems drawn up That would Include four Plaza will tell you the reason Starke plex to benefit the Rec. Depl. It was responsible for working ubmii 41:\
:' nobody likes the idea of having the Recreation Board appointed by the Starke C-( fields, not two, and handball and tennis doesn't have a tournament."every/
:' ty Council making decisions governing recreation- least they don't like the courts to boot. weekend like we used to," is becauseno
: wa)' any Kec. Board has handled It thus far, And most agree that Slarke and Some Softball people think the goodthings money can be made by the host
: Bradford County need at least one more ballfield, preferably two or three more should have, and could have team. "When we had our tournament
One more thing Everybody Is agreeing not to agree on everything. already happened. That is aa Fred last year (as Waters) we made "You just won't sec (loams hosting' tournaments
I have been talking to a great many people closely( related to recreation in Wheeler, coach of NuWaves expressed something like $900 and $800; of that in Starke. .."
Slarke lately,trying to ferret out just what the major problems are,if major problems it: If the Rec. Department had run came on a raffle," Elder said, telling
do exist, and trying to bring some suggested solutions to light. the concession stand itself instead of why Starke Truck didn't host a
The consensus seems to be that problem numero uno is a lack of facilities be handing over the rights to the Slarke tourney this season. "We didn't make
exact facilities for Softball and basebull. A great deal of the other complaints you Stars (the 16-18 year old Softball but $100 on the tournament with all
hear arc a direct result of not having enough places to play ball. If Bradford team) It would be some 1100 richer. for the work you do on it. You just won't repotted that both lournevs which In hours week total. You've HIM, hum I
t'uunly had enough ballfields keep everybody playing, people wouldn't.have each full league night. see teums hosting tournaments in eluded all the extras ibarbequc dmners 5io: to 11 every night you 11.1, to
much reason nor chance to gripe And If you multiply that out by a Starke when the Stars are the ones square dancing a bluegrass order all the supplies. ,And 1'11I111/.1),
The most talked about ballpark addition Starkv is the "completion" of theEdward's 10-week season and add in some that make the money. It's easier to go band, etc.) cleared better limn 1100. hm to get the ice and wllalt-ui 1M-
; Road lucllity, or at least the addition of another softball l field plus weekend tournaments the Recreation over to Lake Butler and host one and Cheryl and the Stars provided you need before :,1.invlnn! :! tin I I'IMHoys "it
concession stand and permanent rest rooms to what la now a lone ballfield with, Department would have close to the make some money." defenses for both charge' are playing al \Ct'.l-iIt' The
temporary concession stand and port-o-lcts The Kec. Department asked the $9,000 It asked the County for. Proof that money can be made on "When everybody was together at
Bradford County Commission up its annual al lot Unenl to$20.MK))--$9,000 more, This is a two-fold criticism. The tournaments can be had by taking the league meeting wo' talked about
than it gave last yeur-.10 fund such an improvement but that won't happen, not coaches will back off a bit and admit that short look to the west. Twice this the Senior Boys getting the coneex Mint.
I with the Commissioners trying to shrink heir I budget in any way possible. 1'heI that it would be hard to find people to year the Lake: Butler Recreation sions stands and l''enbtKtUllft'I',1" M \HM" id i 1:1: \ ihvmi
I proposed balanced budget has only H.OHI) I a$1.000: ( ))cull I earmarked' lor the Stiirkelt run the concession stand to raise 1 Department (la ot1OO-ntan staff of Tim- that that sounded good. Cheryl, I sanl i p.1)
I 'Ci Department. money for the Rec. Department but
I they still bristle over what they see as
,I favoritism towards the Stars. Some
ask why they had to pay what many
"I think something good's'going to hap- to into the
just .term "a high price" get

pen for Edward's Road." Starke leagues their while participation the Stars through made' BRADFORD. ('(ll'I'I'\: Jill: ,M.ltVIMISppU'inhrr :

i,'the-money"They're concession on taking in money stand off profits.the people I. IHSIISeuhnif t:? [!J m U

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we bring to the ballpark :
Recreation Director Cheryl, I Godwin had said that if she could/ come up with the we're paying so much to get into the ; .
added, $'',OOO then cheap prison labor would make a two-field : al Ed-: league," Is the way one Open League
wurd'H road a reality In shot t order 11 the county (turns down the budget request coach put it. And just as galling they .
will completion of the Edward's Raid complex still bo possible? Cheryl l (she's say Is the change that gave the senior .
\ lici-ii Chl'r'I l nol Miss Godwin In her three years of running Slarke's recreation ,boys team rights to the concession
1\ projininmi says yes. there arc still some other alternatives. First, the city of stands when a weekend tournament Is

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('her\I'M Kec. budget for this,\l'lIfllIIll she pointed out"If I lind out we vanpcml stand weekend,keep all.Jheprov'' .
r it( t.hid i Edward Ho .>11'e.'ll du H.The Vr fcc'h has told/ us(hey will clear the needs except 25 percent which goes to \ .
"_ land with county machinery and we should lx ullito get prison labor like they ,the host team. / 1
hit l for the Lake Butler" complex.. I Just think something' -ttoml'K. .going' -to>>happen' Few will disagree that the! way to Vote For Experience
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V FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 5 Its,-t.\ \

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JOSEPH N.ELECT( JOE ] WBRREN Esther S. Hall i




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TOUCH PLAY FOLLOW ; -. Your Next Bradford County' Tax Collector'
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1 And vote on the Issues 43 V THE LEADER Has 27 Years Experience


according to merit; ,Former Mayor of Starke ', ...
not for re-election ", \,
Teacher VoTech ESTHER S. HALL has 27 years experience.HALL : ,.
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can do this when I t B-A DegreeIndustrial ESTHER S. 1 is qualified & certified 1 b\' I'nivcrsitj of Florida, UK u ccriifivil

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was on the Starke City ESTHER S. HALL is a native of Bradford I'mmtv. : ,;-.'

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ESTHER. S. HALL owns property' and pays. taxes'' in Bradford County. '.''- ,',.I

ESTHER HALL has experience in managing! your money for the pall! 2'7. years.::

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VOTERS PLEASE NOTICE ESTHER S. HALL will manage! the,Tax Collector's Office in an efficient and\ businesslike

: : : .. Bradford manner County.and I 'realize that this Office belong.' .-to the people of


"; ,ESTHER S. HALL will haw office hours the same us other county: offices.}

The difference. in this election' 'is the &f I
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Bread and Butteritems
w ., During my political Race for Tax Collector I have tried. to conduct fair ana honest campaign' without
effecting any. of the other. candidate .
Items you pay #for-, I. '
I have iaken leave; absence without pay pursuant to the Florida' Statute. I hove continued to work

,If It's Pie And Ice Cream I Am Tough Enough i To Call It As Such And some during this leave of absence to serve, the Tea Payer of Bradford County. S

If I am elected your Tax collector, I feel that this would AWf THE COUNTY MONEY* I would only be .
VOTE NO. ., aeklng for a promotion In Salary and would bo a full lima working Tax Collector' with. experience. Indeed
of electing a high paid' Official to learn the Job, which' take years to do.
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Duo to the feel thai my Inability to *.e everyone I have placed signs In places' for the. public to see that I
/ YOU 99 :' am Interested In serving a* your Tax Collector Many of my signs are being' destroyed. by parties.
"I WILL LET KNOW any unknown.elgn I do net condone this, end request that p.r..... supporting'. mo nol be.,Involved- .,-, \,. In' tearing, down


., "',.,I Many rumor, which are normal for political campaigns' are floating and will continue to be spread
I am the one candidate'' in: this;'race without a "\\,1, throughout the campaign, Therefore I desire for anyone having any questions pertaining. to these
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Bull Dozer or Not in the'Reaf Estate:Business. ;{,. '' ....77..., \\f ...*t. 'rs: '-'' > ,

I WANT A CHANCE la serve as your Tax Collector end bo a friend to all the people of Bradford County .,
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And \ Co//964t5059orv// ;!? "" f ace i-J WithNoGroup, Backing, H.
'fl'"; Your Vote Sup'portWouldBe :;: :,964.7794 ; ,jc, : r

on Sept.. the >th will be greatly appreciated
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The Tornadoes of Bradford High put the cap: r on Fall practice: Friday nigh "
Sept. 5. as they go to Palatka for the Panther a jamboree. The two-quarters preseason head-knocking and four practices next week are all that's left between
the 19HO-81 version of Big Red and their season opener at Macclenny Sept. 12.
BHS plays two class AA teams in the one-quarter tests,meeting Interlachen i at
8 p.m. in the jamboree's first quarter and then meeting Crescent City in the fifth
period. :

Asked if the two smaller school teams will provide enough competition for the j
AAA Tornadoes BHS boss David Nurse exclaimed "You're doggone right thry
will!
"Yes sir... Crescent City's probably got four guys weighing 230 or more and
they area fine football team. I saw'em play last year in a bowl game(a win over 1
Chiefland that capped a 10-1 year for the Raiders),I know.Coach Wilson(David)



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PALATKA JAMBOREE CALENDAR

(1st quarter kickoff: :at 8 p.m.)

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1)) BRADFORD (5-5 in '79) Interlachen: (5-5))


2) Crescent: City (10-1)) Palatka (7-3)) "

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3) St. Augustine (9-2) Interlachen 1980-81 Bradford High Tornadoes Norman, Ricky Sullivan ((11), Mark Crow*.John's
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Front row (sitting), left to tight Kevin Reddish. Doyce Grlffii. Kenny row. Thornton. Brian Thiiinm. ('hll""-) ;;
Clark, Jonathan Jhnson Kenny ElherldKe David Sparks Frank Swindell, Th>miMHi.. Shane Thornton Darryl y
4)) Crescent City BRADFORD Ricky, Brlffls.Second Brown. Dale Birchnnon. Stanley Brown,William Shannon ('hill'k a ,
Bobby Starling
Back I. to r.
row. Mi to right, Randy Luke(81) Dwayne McBride Eric Carroll. row Itrddish SU c furler, Kenny Wright irunl :S
Mike Jordan, Mike! Teslon. Dwayne Strickland, Bill Goodge Randy. Parade Williams Bruce KelibrrK Barry.. SJ
Williams, tmmettIkin.
5) Palatka St. Augustineis Hurry King.


"coaches'; ; 'scouted; ; the; North Reorganization Set | \
defense the strong suit at Crescent 0-10 disaster Into a5 year last a BHS
one of the best young coaches in the Three year starters David Purcell City. season, are expected to be better Florida Conference Jamboree last For All-Sports Club |
state and they have a real good ((220 pounds) and Larry Blue ((195) weekend, seeing regular season foes I
this time around maybe even
Hurse isn't taking Interlachen lightly again
returners Arthur Whipple An organic: !iopul meeting. of utK
training I imagine and fellow and Fernandina Beach I
weight Macclenny
the District 4-AA
turned for crown.
either. The who fighting!
Rams an
rrogram. make Bradford Hith3
Jones (180)) Clul. for
they'll Rive us all handle.: (190) and Wayne "Interlachen'* got one of the best first-hand. All-Sports
,.4BRADFORD Fernandina beat Jax.'Paxon 13-6 athletics is set at ",I lonigh(3(:
around (Cln
Napolean .
Dubois quarterbacks),"Hurse said. "They'll have and Bishop Kenny 7-0 and Hurse said (Thursday. ,Sept.4) In the BUS KiiUlaHouse.
will "they have some awfully good looking
wide-open throwing game so we
but A of is interested ui!
be tested." kids. Maccleny beat Paxon 3.0 group parents
Also In view In the Jamboree will be lost to Bishop Kenny 60. reorganizing the All-Sports Club
action there Jax. Lee lied BHS athletes can have banquets
In other
host Palatka, a team some laY has a .
IUC.\lWUlIJ i)men SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL shot at the AAA state title and St. Englewood CHI and beat Stanton !-U jackets, says Athletic "' litl
TOKN.MMIKS: VARSITY FOOTIALL Augustine district champs for the and Englewood topped Stanton 7-0. David Hurse. The club did not
VAHSITV ROSTER 1910 last four seasons. Both are regular- This weekend Tornado assistant new officers last year and at
GAME TIME 5:00: .M. BHS Rick Stephens and Lanier Clyatt will sent there is no all-uporljt' club
MIPOSITION. : \\'1'. (.JC.\l I': A season opponents. the Gainesville jamboree BHS. Hurse says. "
:NO. :\\ : S.pl.12 Macclann As for the Tornadoes Horse said be scouting uti
Sepl. It laIld. H Tuesday "We're In pretty good where GHS, Eastside, Santa ...... and Any parent or sports fan I is .!
Sapl. 26 "alalka A shape for It. Most people around BuchhoU will play. to the meeting.
III 1t'.II..II.. 1III'r, IK: UII 11s:1 \ Oct. 3 Sanla fa H here know phylosophy on jam ,
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: \\111I11.. ('h""k" 1)F.rE. : 111:1: 1\\ Oct. 10 SI. A"I".lln. H borees. We'll do a little work the day
fill ('unoll Erie: 1 (1(. ISO ll: Oct 17 Galn..III. ''H before on their the opponents) offense .
711 Itur human, Uulr 1)1' 17:1: 11) Oct. 24 North Marlon A and defense but not much. 98 4% INTEREST? ,:
jC.rUrI.\ ... Ith'k 11'1' IKI! ll: o' Oct. :n 5uchhel. A percent of our time this week will be
7':. Slrannon' \tiliem 11'1' III! : II7t \ Ha... 7 LI.. Oak A. devoted to Macclenny. We'll playreverybody J
: C II'ln, Mere 1)1' 17:1: III7.i ... 14 OPEN! r in the jamboree. If that
Sbll".II.. irouk I I1' III! : \l: Ha. 21 P.rnandlne I.ach H means the difference between winn-' Quality Built Homes

711 Brown. Slank; 0'1' 111I1 II7N 'Ing and losing then we'll just have to
:: 1\\ As Low As $200 Per Month '
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SIIII UIIIlI..bll: JUNIOR VARSITY lose because I'm going to, play' Payments .
liT 111',,,,". (hank', (*6 1711 \I .l GAME TIME 7:00"..M.S.pt. everybody." .
Iii, 1.1110. Itandh, 06, 1115; II .. 'I Eastsld.4:00 A Hurse did say workouts have shown For Qualified Buyers.
Iii IIt'hll'rl(. Ili"lt.t, ('.111) ; 11111 II . .0. 25 GHS H 'something last year's 5-S squad
41.3:! ('rows, Mark: 1.11 161: 11d Ocl. 2 St. AUII".tln. 4.00 A might have lacked- belting hitters. Let Us Help You Qualify For 235. '
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:\1 1t"IIII..II. Kevin :\ICi-UC; 11111 \l: Ocl. IC Palatka A Speaking of last Thursday'sparent's See Us Today. .
Tornado
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night scrimmage .
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.. head coach said "We didn't look
:3:1irighl.: Kenny :\140 Ifill Ifl Ocl. 2' Iuchhal. HNa.
IIIUUIIIII.. (:runt 1.11 1:1.: Ifl j"" .. loll.. H that good on the movies but we hit. "
III Gorslgo. Bill (ill 111; \l: 1:1 /;' ,., That's encouraging. We're a tot monta J. jftt $.1J, .;t..m a T8 'b.'Rd'f'trr

: '!'il"'dm'1111.: .. 1111 11113 61113: If III' \\.1 I: *th Orod. we're physical smaller than but we there's were last'JUS.B| year$ 1111
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::1.1 "\h: Bride. Il\ul\lII' 1111' 1:1.\: If .1II Ocl. 7 MoccUnny. A kids that'll hit out there Also we still will (
attitude and (that
1".IIdll. ItUlIII.> 1111 13.: :; II Oct 14 CHS H have that good "
;3 .......h.101.: ... 1111 133:: I 11 t, Oct. 21 OPEN! carry us through sonic hard times.
7 ('hllk, Kenn. 411.1)11 Iii: I I'. ', d' Oct. 2S MaccUnny H The Tornadoes went through what
II SlIlIi";", BIrks, 441.1)11 (1111 II Nov. 4 North Marian H Hurse termed "a good hard", Labor 110013'0 :4'
:20 SIrikland.UwuIii'. \HI Ian: 1':.! Nov. II Baldwin A Day practice and more Intense sessions ,.:
:.I I I-lIu''I/: ", ke..III 1111 I. ;. '.'. are in store us the season opener. .
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DEPENDABLE forward approach without ties the tax Collectors office. >v' J


to any special interest group.. T he office is.yours -. ELECT 9 man whowill'operate' it as

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( firmly) b.II..e'I can save you the lQxpoy.rt. money,In, !the toe' 'colle 'or'l offic! I in'pro..rdi} g you

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Your Vote and Support Appreciated.Thank.You I I will will not devote uio full this lime.!off ice to for my perlallol'buslne"ob os you' tas'coli.ctoi and personal: '' gain": ', ,,'\ :. .. t tI }


I oarnostly solicit your vote and support form*'0$ your talC collector. ,1.1' .e.'
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Tell your neighbor, ten you f frlendli l let's: help Carl Hunt win.
RICHARD ROBERTSPd.
Thank you for yovrvota on.$.pt ember 9.

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Rotary Golf Tourney this WeekendThe
Experienced I Want To Be Your

Starke Rotary Club's Pint An- the turnout will be good,"Dr. Whiffen Country, Club'pro Herb Herres
In Road Building County Commissioner nual Scholarship Golf Tournamenttees said. "We have about 30 people for 904-5441. dr Bill Wilson at theft
off this weekend, starting Satur- sure,and the chances of getting about Chamber of Commerce: ,9M-5278.Cost
r day morning. September I, at the ten more. So we should have '40 ,.ls ssorwhich is a contribution to the
And Dr lnal'. Because I Care For Starke Golf and Country Club. golfers. That may be a little .p>' Rotary Club's scholarship fund for
f Tournament director Dr. Wayne timistic but that's what It looks like.". Bradford High students attending
1 Whiffen said Tuesday that things are Whiffen said it's not too late for Santa Fe Community College in
t Bradford County. going well for the Inaugural event. golfers to be added to the field. Persons Gainesville.
"Considering It's the first time who want to enter the 36-hole
we've had the tournament it looks like Callaway tourney can call Starke Golf Included In the cost of entry Is one
free practice round which must be
r -",....,... ---- ,- clayed, before Saturday's first 18
: JENIIIIG'S STARLlIG holes.
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Prizes Include an overall trophy,
gift certificates,and prizes for special
County Commissioner District 5 Ft ales.


Dear Friends and Voters:

When' I announced for County Commissioner it was my intention and Tie for Blind Partner

earnest desire to see and visit with every resident in our county.Believe you Title at SG&CCThe

me. I have tried but it is practically impossible for me to see each of you. teams of M.A Sanderson-

Please accept this as a personal letter to you visiting with you, and askingyou 1 Buford McKinney and Ralph Bryan-
Jewett Fogg tied both shot net 61's to
to please vote for me on September 9. for first In the blind partner best ball

The office of County Commission belongs to you the people. We budgetand Club tourney last at weekend.the Starke Golf&Country y

spend your tax dollar which tax grows larger each year. YOUR TAX
DOLLAR SHOULD BE SPENT WISELY. I could not be successful in my McKinney also teamed with Kenny
\ Chltty for third place with a net 64
business if I did not know how to budget my finances. and fa a fourth place tie were the
I have been in the road building business for the past ten years. I know teams of Dr. H.H. Adams-Paul Hut-
chins and Chitty-Bob Patterson with
road building and drainage. My experience is your gain. I promise you I will Jr. Golf Trophy Winners 65'..
visit all sections of our county at least monthly and more often if I
necessary. Melanie and Hal Wood, children ot Mr. and Mn. Lea and Elaine Wood, In a blitz event played on Labor
will be available to you at all times and listen to you. represented Starke and their family well in the recently-completed North Day Don De Santiago took first place
In order to be elected. I am not going to promise you I will do everythingyou Florida PGA Junior Golf Tour. Both look lecond place In their divisions. with a2 score with Warney Adkin-
Here they,.pictured with Starke Golf and Country Club pro Herb llerres. son and Kenny Chitty tied for second
ask me to do. But, I will promise you this: I will never turn a deaf ear to Hal.an It year old totaled 144 points to finish second In the!boys 10-11 category ,both two points back with even
your requests and I will help you in every way possible. I will be your while Melanie 13, was runnerup In the girls 12-14 division with 138 points. scores.

spokesman on the Board of County Commissioners. Because I am seeking of-

fice on my own, I have nobody to answer to except you-the voter.I '

earnestly solicit your vote and active support for my election and I promise Raiford Softball League: I

you I will be one County Commissioner who will give you good govern- ... ., '-"

ment and fair representation.Thank The Poor Boy's Summer Softball Boys' girls stopped the Rowdies of day night at 7 p,m. with the Dazzlers
you for your vote on September 9. League In Raiford Is winding down to Starke 9-2 behind B.J. Whitehead's meeting Keystone Heights in the
Your friend, a close with league-ending tournament 4-for-4 night and then bumped the women portion. At 8-15: pm. the
slated for this weekend in Dazzlers 10-4 as J. Thigpen, Tina first place Bootleggers meet the Poor
Raiford.In Thorout and Gail Rogers combinedfor Boys men and aU:30p.m.: the women
regular season play last week the eight hits to offset a homer by take the field again with Poor Boys'
rrTURNING Bootleggers Poor Boys' Women and Mary Felton of the Dazzlers. Pure girls against the Chargers. At 10:45:
Pure Poison all took two wins apiece.In Poison of Macclenriy also beat the the Lawtey Wildcats and Brooker go
men's action the Bootleggers topped Dazzlers, M and then won a forfeit head-to-head.
Brooker 6-3 and then won a forfeit over Keystone Heights.The Action starts again Saturday morning -
over the same club. Also Poor Boys at 9 a m., continuing through a
topped Brooker 7-O as Doug Barnettwas Chargers of Macclenny stoppedthe scheduled 4:45: p,m. ballgame, Sun
3-for-3 and Wilbur Rogers 2-for-3 Poor Boys women 3-1 and the day's play will be capped by the awarding
for the winners and La wtey's Dazzlers beat Keystone Heights&-2. of trophies for the top three
Wildcats got a free pass as Brooker finishers in the tournament and all
forfeited.In Tournament Starts FridayThe the teams that competed in the
women's league play the Poor league tournament opens Fri- regular season.

ORDINARY : "

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MOMENTS The Candidate who has F


LISTENED the people


COSTS SO LITTLE. throughout ALL 'I

;, of District 6.1 '


'--- ,' 'p f If the idea picking up a Alachua
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,. ? or friend in another city :. Bradford
't. Clay
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'M ,' seems too expensive to do Columbia r
." ? on impulse-think again. Dixie
1" : It t costs so little and means .'1.. Gilchrist Hamilton

i; t ,l.. ; < so much.You can call anytimefor .i Lafayette
little more than the price' Levy
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of a hamburger and a soft i Marion Nassau

drink even I less after 5 pm \.' Putnam
and on weekends. "- Suwannee

ail, r Why wait for a special :1;.r Taylor UnionHe's

7 1 t H Ir k a Y occasion: to call?Now with Y.'
low long distance rates- One Of Us!

even lower at night and on i GEORGE KIRKPATRICK IS THE SERIOUS CANDIDATE

R weekends-about any occasion : A new man to government. KIRKPATRICK will fight for anew
will ckxTo catch up with realistic approach to government. George

,' T= the news, to share a special Kirkpatrick means business I : I, _

moment, to say"hello to g, GEORGE KIRKPATRICK WANTS TO WORK FOR USI
someone you care aboutContinental *' He wants to slash taxes by Improving the efficiency of
'. ? State Government. He's the candidate who knows how to
handle big government, because his worked with big
n CTI government before. ''v

I ry Ij I I Telephone Favors an approach for the agricultural Industry that will ,
s allow our farmers to produce and sell their products at a !
"xr Long Distance... ,. fair profit. Ask a farmer about George Klrkpatrlck. I
Y 4s the shortest distance Wants quality education for everyone from kindergarten

s F between two people. through college. Georg. KirkpatrIck understands what
mutt be don. to help our children.
\ ..';, Believes In programs that will Insure the protection of our
environment end our natural resources for ourselves and ,
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I K our children. His experience with the Environmental Protection :t'' :
Agency has given him the necessary background r,' I'
to deal with the environmental problems of the I980"8, :: I
Favors Improved benefits and support for veterans and .
(;,fJt.: the "dorl,.,George Kirkpatrick I Is the only candidate who. I II
I" ?; ... Is a veteran.No has a record of working for the elderly ''f:; '
long before ho was a candidate. c. '; ::4 ':, I'
t *, Georg. Klrkpatrlck; Is a problem salvor. H. can make ',' ';', 0I
All I government answer our questions. Klrkpatrlck will"bo a" \ .,. I ,11441 'r,
Senator we cen talk to. :(" \ .. ."',

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Jerry's Catering of League play U held one night a .. ,
Ken Carlton'sIn ever Carlton one of the leading hi= week,'on Mondays.One of the things x'into
RICHARD ODOi wants to be YOUR School that club and Is shown rounding third be discussed Monday night U .1
fee will be
Sports Ill. after a"bump", a home run. whether a league charged bfl}
to buy trophies. i
Not many 28-year-olds have been so All players should have a B
Board "Witt honored but Starke's Ken Carlton got Women Netters knowledge of the basics of tennis to. 'IJ '
Member and make the effort to his picture In Sport Illustrated this Organize MondayThe participate.' .
week. In a story in the September 1, For more Information call the
issue entitled"Teams thai go bump In Starke Women's Tennis Leaguewill Starke Bee. Department at 9844792. jrfJW
the night." bring in a new I.ason'wlth an
The article took a close look at the organizational meeting Monday Starke Bowlers :
GET THE J08"'ehu"0 nw E game of powerhouse Softball througha night,Sept.8, at{the Pratt St. tennis
team some say Is the ASA'S best courts. Capture Hardware./.

Starke bowlers won a big share of ,to
trophies as Summer bowling leagues) *",
J at the Palm Lanes In Gainesville 1:
RICHARD ODOP1' is QUALIFIED: AS A r\ came to an end. ,
., I ) The all-Starke team of John and 1.
11'1 Sherry Ramsey and 'Lloyd an* II.
d, '. 1 Debra Gilpin won the Tuesday Nigh) I
ConcernedBradford County Resident Leftovers League and the Ramsey* !
x swept the Individual trophies
Sherry won both High Game ((234and I
ParentDaughter in 'first grade and two year High Season Average':, ((173)) I
while John had the High Series with J
(689)). .
old handicap
son ,''''1 In the Sunday night Rainbow Mixed
League Charles and Carol Boyer of .
Starke half the winning' (earn
were t II:
BusinessmalllDentist with eight years experienceSelf / along with Carl and Donna Trautvetter. .,
ff'f j Sherry Ramsey also won the! 'J
employed High Average trophy with"a 175 .
norm.
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Leader Past Director Starke Rotary Club Reno Basketball Winners Sept. 9 1st Day

Member of he two men's Reno Of ExercisesThe
Summer Basketball leagues are pictured
Served on Board of Govenors here.In. exercise classes taught by
front from the undefeated 11.17eoar old Laker are, left to right: Inaiti
Starke Rec.Director Godwin
Cheryl
Bradford County Chamber of Commerce. Carter, Steve Marks and Wllbvrt Sewell. In buck from the n'.IIl'hamp. : ... will start up September 9 at the Old.
phy's are left to right! Terry William.. Charles. Culberl. leon Curler. mxt-Aif Armory. .
President Keystone drew Carter. !
Heights Rotary Club. There is no charge for the classes
President which will be held on Tuesday and
Gainesville
area Dental
mornings. Regular exercise
Study Club.Chairman Reno Summer BB ChampsThe will from 9:30ta 10 a,m.with
aerobic dancing from 10 to 11 p,m.

of the Administrative Board of summer basketball season at the Reno Rec. Center came to an end last
week with champions crowned in four
age groups.
the First United Methodist Churchof The Inkers breezed through the Boys 14-17 year old league undefeated while Youth Flag Football
the Murphys won the Men's
championship the Hillbillies were 6-2 and winners in Registration GoingThe
Starke the girls 9-12 division and the Scorpions were 6-2 to win the boys 9-12 title.
Members of the championship teams were: Youth Flag Football league
Laker8- Emmett Watkins Steve Marks.Todd Jackson Ben Tankard. Bernard sponsored by the Starke Recreation
Boswell. Scott Hudson, Kenny Davis. Isam Carter and Wilberl Scwell. Department begins soon with
FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE is the Only Murphys-Andrew Carter, Raymond Blye.Frazier Bass Terry Williams. Mike registration underway now at the
waya Chnndler, Charles Colbert and Glen Carter. Old Armory (964-6792) and ending
Hillbillies: Patricia Slocum Lavern McDuffie Michelle Sloeiim Valerie September IS.
Cloud Pam Boswell Sharrl Bass. Tangula Bass. Mo- The program In which roughness U :
School Board member can make GOOD SOLID Scorpions: Robert Bellamy Barry Boswell. Levi Simmons Kerry Hall. Isaac kept to a minimum will be for boys
Simmons, Chris Thomas\ Reggie Bass, and Shawn Jackson. and girls aged 7-9 and 1013. Leagueige 'j
is determined by age on Sept.22.
decisions! !! .-..- 1980. .-
Children must wear tennis shoes or
rubber cleats and there is also a $.1
registration charge to cover the cost j
r4. of a T-shirt. ,
RICHARD ODOP1 Will yM Kills Clinics will be held the week of Sept.
be in all the schools
regularly. Champs I 15-18 at Pratt St. field from 3:30: to 5 t
The Krno girls !IM2: ,"Ir p.m. The younger age group wit
Jau old flnllliim Mr ro file. have its clinic Monday and Wednes-
Wilt lllllhilllCN.I'kliiml. day afternoons Sept. 15 and 17. The
RICHARD ODOP1 attend all necessary State are: front row 13-15 clinics will be Tuesday ami
left In right: Patricia Thursday Sept. 16 and 18. It is very
and District meetings. Xlofiuii.iilpry'.Mi'Clmiil.: important that children attend these
... " unit :Michelle Slm'Hin.flack, clinics so they can be.planed/on a ,
I ruw.'ilitft In liKkK C kuli, team. ., ,
Trrr. WIIIIIII"M.11I11'111' Games are planned to start the
RICHARD ODQPI Will have a thorough TOP to I.re, und (',,,"hiuli<,\\ week of Sept 22 the 7-9 year olds
Cm'Irr.STARKE playing on Mondays and
Wednesdays,and the 10-13 year olds
BOTTOM knowledge of the system! playing on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Tha.nnlif urair lama r-niaira/inn_i will
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be taken i after Sept. IS is if more lY
RICHARD ODOM Wilt children are needed to have the pro-
use HJ ll "eyes and ears"to gram.


know what is going on. 1
Flag Football Men

Meet Sept. 8

BUT i NEED YOUR HELPIII! Starke The organizational Rec. Department meeting Men's for Flax the

Football League will be held Monday -
Sept. 8. at 7 p.m. in the Old Ar

The school system belongs to US the citizens 0 mory.A manager or representative of I
each team must be on hand for that I
team to be allowed in the league. To ,
be discussed are any rule changes.
of Bradford County. We W/uit/ work TOGETHER be needed and the league schedule will
set
I up.
RECYCLING Each team MUST bring a name of
to make the
better.
I system an official(referee) to the meeting.
This Is due to the problems the
I league has had In the past in finding

I PROMISE THAT I WILL DO CENTER I INC officials for the weekend games.

Pepsi Hot ShotCompetition

We Love to Pass the Buck Set

MY VERY BEST! -- The Starke Recreation Departmentwill
-..... be sponsoring a local Pepsi Hot
'.:----J'. =-- Shot competition in October.
<:. : .' The competition, sponsored by
Talk To Your Friends. X the National Basketball
Association,
owjuC'Complete ( Is a basketball shooting contest
Talk To Your Neighbors... ';'; measuring the ability of youngsters
'. aged '9-18 to score from different
Recycling spots on the court. Players have one
Talk To Your
Family... minute to fire off as many baskets as
All Types they can with points awarded according
Aluminum to the toughness of the shot.For
I believe that with Active Instance a layup is worth two points
Support All
Sizes'
YOUR & ShapesWE while a 24-foot shot from the top of
they key Is worth five and a 15-footer
I BUY from the corner bags three points.
and help TOGETHER we all can The local event will be Thursday. ,
COPPER LEAD ALUMINUM October 9. at 3 p.m.
There will three age groups in both
BRASS RADIATORS the girls and boys divisions: 9-12: forconlestants

'1 GET THE JOB DONE! SOON TO BE BUYING BATTERIES June on May 1. 1981 I I. 1980;who 13-15, are and: where nine not 13 before boys before and or

CARDBOARD & NEWSPAPERS girls cannot have reached their lath
birthday before June 1, 1981;, 18-18:
I It TIED IN BUNDLES where competitors can't have reach
t ed their 19th birthday by June 1.
.t 1981.
Vote to Elect I C per lb. for No high school or college players
are allowed to compete.
25 AluminumCans Everyone who participates
12V receives a certificate while winners
and nneup get a patch and
ODOPlI
RICHARD W. medallion.The .
deadline for signing up Is "ri-,
964-7234 .day, October 3. i960. ,


School Board Dist. 3 HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8 am S pm Want to Ballet? ..
The Rec:. Department still 'needs
{ Sat. 8 am 2 more people to sign ur> If ballet
on Sept. 9 pm classes are to be offered in the fall.
The classes,which will be taught by
ft Pot. Adv. Pd. fat By Richard odors ef to Little ItaK R8S\ Sharon MacMlllan, cost 810 per
month and will be held on Mondays
m from 6-7 p.m. for ages 5-9; and from
1 <-8 p.m. for ages Ioandup.WILL .

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? Ir/din/ ; from pg. IC without pay)thin be It's. terrible attitude days week for a long time. There's stage now. Either way, with or some of the profits. The cheapest way association and asked what suggestions
sunlit; fi but I most people don't something for the kids to do every day without the Recreation Department. to do that would be with volunteer he might give them Wilson said
.1 i IIT;Stars are the only ones that wanted it. realize I don't get paid on weekends. down there with 40 to 60 kids!, maybe the same obstacles have to be faced. labor Of course If the stands! "Number one, you get the adults
bngic.The Board let them have It as a way to "When you look at what we've got- Cheryl just needs to publicize that The number one problem Is ob- could net $100 a night as the Stars together and say hey you're gonna
get out of debt (from expenses for thea me, a Recreation Secretary, and a part of It more. The adults come in viously a lack of facilities, quality were doing a small fee could be af have to help. There aint going to be
,yi/ national tournament trip to Wisconsin maintenance director-and look what after dark and wonder why she's not ballfields. That means coming up forded. In Lake Butler for Instance drinking down at the ballpark and you
11 tin-to 1979)." they (the people served) have I thinkwe're down there. With the ball it's just with some money. How to do it? Here Rec. Director Timmy Whitehead lined are going to have to help clean up and
"We talked beforehand to all the doing pretty good," Cheryl con been a problem of not having the are some suggestions: up a young woman to sell the popcorn keep up this field. You have to put
jrt) (teams! that had had tournaments last tinued. "We're all dedicated but I fields.! One more field would be an A) Get funding from an outside and cokes and paid her "around some responsibility on all the teams;
WTVtyear( about the Stars running the don't think we ought to have to run $20 a week." get them to help drag the fields. Over

stands on weekends.., they all agreed tournaments on the weekends We And In some places, Gainesville for here after each ballgame each teamIs
too," Cheryl continued. "It's a hassle need some help on the weekends." Instance, rights to the stands are responsible for cleaning up its side

to run the concession stand whileyou're Yes if you were reading closely,you "In all this I haven't heard any talk of "sold" to clubs or organizations, thus of the ballpark. And during Pop
running a tournament. Most of heard another criticism sneak into netting the Rec. Department some Warner season each Monday after the
!)4 D.P1* teams couldn't play in their own the picture In the preceding building a new ballfield for the kids." money, maybe$1,000 while getting rid Saturday games, before we do the

.,j,5(, tournaments because they were too paragraphs that the Rec. Department of most of the headaches. And Cheryl first excercise,we have all five teams
.,,!1'1: \II1Y. Now they get 25 percent of charges adult teams too much said the Recreation Board has even and all five groups of cheerleaders,

I whatever the Stars make without do- for play. Men's League teams had to asset, two would put us In pretty good source, the County'or the City of tossed around the Idea of having one clean up the football field. .
i i. ,ing anything. (should pointed out pay $182,50 and Men's Church teams shape and three would be great for us. Starke for Instance. With the Board member take one night each That tough approach was the;
If", that the host teams do bring the $150 to participate in the recently week to run the concession stand in where the
l "We need to come up with a Dixie economy as it is this may not even be answer Middleburg,
'J'I ,,"teams and the fans to the ballpark). completed season. That compareswith Boys (13-15) field too. they have the an option.B without pay. children's programs are king of the
..'.... "And they can have the barbeques $104 per team In the Gainesville same kinds of problems in that age ) The Recreation Department, or In many areas concession stand hill and where the adults aren't even'
;;,.I.or| corn on the cob or anything else City League and the "around $150" a group. Because of the Softball there's an association, could accept the assignments are made throughout the allowed to play Softball In the same
t. they want to have outside the regular spokesman said Macclenny charges. no mound for that age-group to pitch responsibility for raising the money league season with each ballclub having complex (one donated for youth ac-
I:: stand. But you don't see anybody doing Cheryl says the adult sponsors are 0" or. So they pitch without a mound itself. responsibility for the stand on certain tivities). But would it make people

I'11'" that." only Softball paying the cost It takes to run the all year and then have to go to the In part it could do a better job of nights. But there you run into happy in Bradford County? Or do the
Stars coaches Jerry McGrlff and league, and not even all of tournaments and pitch off one. getting support from area businesses. problems such as having to spread people just need to be able to play
Sydney Jackson warned that that. The team fees are determinedby keys to the stands around, and havingto softball at and make
rates
'1) the number of
.'Without a half-dozen super- multiplying gameson Francis was asked "well, at one getting Bradford businesses to back coordinate a great many people. some money with their weekend tour
Ificet i dedicated people you're not going to the schedule by $7.50 figuring period of time there was a lot of men the youth program with sponsorships And how dependable would some naments to be happy?
...IV.,,Jpe able to do it." Both devoted most of $6.50 for umpires and $1 for the involved in Little League but as the for Instance. Robert Wilson, former teams be? As Dixie Youth coach You can't please all of the people all
.IN: their week-day "off-work time" at the scorekeeper from each team plus a girls teams developed a lot of them president of the highly-regarded Mid Charles Francis points out "On each of the time but what will please most
trophy fee. That still leaves the Rec.
; ,ballpark. seemed to go into coaching the girls dleburg parent's association and now team you Just have two or three of the people most of the time?
Cheryl disagreed with the$100 clear Department with the cost of light teams. Now it seems like softball is District Dixie Youth Commissioner, parents that are really willing to get "I don't know 1C everybody will ever
figure the coaches talked about bills, maintenance (limerocking and there and work in the be
sayIng taking more and more away from the says sponsorships are easy money if out program. happy. It seems like everybody
"You might take in $100 but not lining the infield, cutting ballpark But Wilson the who the Mid- and make
baseball. I hear there's going to be you make the businesses feel they're man saw wants to gripe suggestionsbut
etc.) and for the
clear It, At least the concession grass paperwork another junior boys (13-15) softball getting something in return. He ex- dleburgh program blossom with just nobody ever does anything,"
stands were never a big money maker league Cheryl said. team next year and there again plainsed that Middleburg sponsors $14,000 from outside sources (Clay Cheryl said with more than a trace of
Also, teams had to rent
for us, maybe somebody who really preseason you're cutting Into the 13-14 baseballprogram have to pay$150 for a team-no-( partial County) says Its just a matter of adopting bitterness."I .
practice time at the rate of$3 two- .
'd< knew per a get-tough "You have to don't problems with ,
: how to do it could make sponsorships) and are promised a policy. see any get
1":' hour session: And.. here comes be stern about it. If the concession these done said Charles
ting things
money. Figures supplied by Stars What can be done about these kinds' banner that hangs above the dugout of ,
'>'(" 'book another criticism. That $3 many say stands aren't manned and run Francis, about
keeper Lavon Jackson showed their ballclub time that team properly talking building more
of things? We said we'd to every
is to since the Rec. try dig
high up
the Stars Knew what they were doing. way"doesn't pay but $7 a month Department for some suggested solutions to these problems plays. Also a plaque with the team you have to punish that team In fields. "It's Just: a matter of getting
'"- Kl some make them forfeit their It and just
way people toge on we
is
and here few tossed picture given to the business to be
Their has are a being
the lights. gripe some "
,
: next haven't reached that The
::1t' Rame maybe point yet.
around shown off. And each time a team
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legitimacy to it when you figure the Here might be the chief advantage will
only thing that create Is
t' .. Rec. Department paid only $20( .23 for Some say the best way to come to a in the local paper, the pressure
"' 1 The Starke Stars Clay Today the Is in of an association, besides being ableto the threat of eliminating programs.'Till .
solution Is to simply break out sponsors name
the month of May for electricity and from.
make its that is.
'q cluded. own bylaws then we'll just drift along like we
made $109 per league $15.63 for the month of June with juice the Recreation Department run aparent's Parents of youths Involved, or wivesor are."
in with for both the lights and the concession association such as Is done. Still, when you're talking about husbands of players, might be
I night May stand Included. If you figure on the with Pop Warner football, and with money-makers the concession standis more likely to do volunteer labor for

their work at the concession basis of a modest 60 hours of lighted both football and baseball in Keystone what hauls in the green. How could an association they felt a part of than ElectLAWRENCE
play a month that computes to 34 Heights and Middleburg. Rumors the Rec. Department or an associaton volunteer (or the Rec. Department.
'Ol""? ..! stands. cents an hour in May and 26 cents for have been passed around for a couple make that money? Wilson makes the stern approach GRIFFIS
'10. the hour in May. of years about that sort of move and For one it could run the concession sound like the primary reason Mid-
d' "We want to stay away from charging people tell us it's getting to the serious stands and thus reap all, or at least dleburg's program Is held In such County Commissioner

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the month of May, where both youth but I think"the adults should Starke are talking about forming an Pd 1 Pot Adv
baseball and adult Softball was going pay their own way, Cheryl said when

., on, the Stars were clearing an asked about the league fees. ElectSandra
.. ?average of $109 nightly, though the This takes us to another spot where DR. JAMES K. HESTER
.1 net had been only $50.44 during an the Rec. Department can't seem to
average night in April when the win for losing. Who should get priorityin S. Norman Optometrist

schedule was lighter. Recreation activities, the childrenor In leaving to pursue further tpeclollied training In eye cart,
'"It did what we wanted it to," Mrs. the adults? Or should either be e Supervisor of Elections I I.pleased to announce that
Jackson said of the Stars work at the weighted above the other? STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATESWill
refeshment center. "It paid off the As we've said some adult league
hit general of effective 21, If
resume practice optometry July BO.
coaches can't be convinced that the
loan we parents had signed on so the
boys could go to Wisconsin and it gave Starke Stars might deserve some Friendly, Courteous Dr. Kyle D. Abshlr '

them enough money that if they had financial favoritism as representatives & Efficient Service To All Dr. James D. ChamberlainDr.
gone to Tifton (Georgia) for nationalsthis of Starke's youth. But for the Leonard Schlolman
they would have had the most part the adults don't take sides
money.year, against the kids. They don't argue for Give A Will Work Hard To Perform 444C.W.Madl.onSt.Optometrists. 2...-.Blending' SouleverdStarke.
a cut-back in youth activities. But Pia.32091 Mlddltburg.Fla.! M04S
.On the of weekend
tournaments
subject
here s an example of the what is happening, youth coaches Working Woman The Duties Of This Office. ((904)) 964-8076 <.04))"213-5053

., (Jumbled: -communication! lines bet.' "say/ is the kids are being.relegated J.eo., '1 % .1111'' ttt .,J .;'.:
'I. n"ween.tite.'Reei'Department'arrdsometof ",.j,the back of the wagon. ; '" ..Ar .. A Chancel u .$ / Am Capable ,
its most active participants two"Men's '...,' "In all this I haven't hearttm... I 'I : +And Qualified To Do ,. '" h ..
coaches of building a new ballfield for the OFFICIAL BALLOT '"
Open League quotedme \
kids," notes Edward Akridge, a .,
for weekend tournaments The Job!!
prices FIRST PRIMARY
Dixie Youth coach who has
as: $75 a night for Edward's Road respected Pd Pol Adv Pd for by Sandra Norman
and $50 a night for Westside. And you headed Starke's 11-12 year old all GENERAL ELECTION
get 25 percent of what the Stars makeat stars the past two seasons. "I have
the concessions stands." heard that the District Dixie Youth STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA

"That's not true," Cheryl cor Commissioner has said Starke's SYMPATHY andUNDERSTANDING SEPTEMBER 9, 1980
rected. "That's what It was last year. chances of hosting a District tournament KT ,
We cut it down to $50 for the whole are obsolete with the facilities Initial of Issuing

weekend this year at Westside and $75 we have (Pratt Street's single \. OfficialSignature
,
for the whole weekend at Edward's ballfield, used by the women Tor r, '"

Road if you use it at night. If you league games, the 11-12 year olds, and .r
wanted to use Edward's Road on the T-Ball and Smallfry Softball
Saturday morning to have both fields leagues) I don't want to be critical of What You Get From of Elector '
you could do it and it wouldn't cost anybody but this is bad for the young //r:
anything as long as didn't people of Bradford County. JS' I
you you use '
it at night. We cut the price down$100 "You can" just take so much out of 'C's; DeWitt C. Jones
(From $150 to $50 for a weekend at one field, Akridge continued. "The : OFFICIAL BALLOT .
Westside) 25 restrooms down there are terrible... Funeral Home. :
plus they get percent on FIRST PRIMARYGENERAL'ELECTION
the concession stand." you just can't compare it with what
:
,Still, coaches if a team is only the kids have in Middleburg.. and '
say
." i We Are An Old Established
Gainesville and these other places.
to 25 but still have
going get percent
"The kids are the ones that have J STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
the grief of lining up teams, umpires, Firm Very Experienced In I, '
scorekeepers, etc., why not just go out priority" in Keystone and Mid- 1.. SEPTEMBER 9, 1980
of town to play in somebody else's dleburg, says Elder, an adult team Assisting BereavedForrjilies
coach who he's most concerned a"t Initials of Issuing
tournament? Or did says '
as Hampton Through This Time .
.
twice this season, why not rent out the about getting something done for the ,. "'. "' C!.y..t\. Official
brand-spanking-new Lake Butler softball youth program. "You can go to' Of Sadness; By Making All The '. *>I. .
,
complex with its two fields for$75 Keystone any night of the week and Necessary ArrangementsFor
a weekend and keep all the concession the kids will have those ballfields." :V"r; '' '

stand reciepts? Most of the local clubs Its not the same In Starke, as Service.We .

have taken one of those two routes Akridge evidences: "In the second \ Can Help You Make Advance Funeral
this summer. half of the season it'd come to the I
As for having the Rec. Departmentrun third or fourth inning and they'd be Arrangements and Limit Cost. OFFICIAL BALLOT ,:,

the concession stand to raise telling us to hurry up so the women's Would FIRST PRIMARY '
Now Be A Good Time To Visit
,.' money for projects such as the Ed- games could start, Akridge said. "It ,
10 I DeWitt C. Jones And His Professional Staff To GENERAL ELECTION i

Acquaint Yourself With The Services They Offer. SI ARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA i

; .. ."1 don't think people are going to volunteer SEPTEMBER 9, I960 i

t work the concession stands for the Recrea-' < .
to vote
whose
,," DeWitt C. Jones To for a parson name It printed on the ballet mark a cross (X) In
the square at the RIGHT of the of the
-" tion Department. name person, lor whom you' desire tovote. ,

.,. Funeral Home r' 1
., :f\
e. .. ,. .. .. COMA/I \ GROUP 1 '?

ward's Road addition Cheryl poses a was rushing the kids and rushing the 1 For Two Years Vote For One I
"Who's to coaches. It hurts It's tough to ..
good question: going run you. I 1I: '. : "<
it?" she asks. "We (the recreation play that way and then go out to play ROBERT W. MILNER JR.
\ staff work overtime without getting the other leagues in All Stars." Stork I I "

paid for It as it is. I don't think peopleare Obviously this problem comes back 964 4200 Keystone 4733176 Height WALTER E. WESCOT1 JR. i"i' :
going to volunteer to work the for the most part to lack of facilities. ,'3 .1', .

concession stands for the Recreation "Really the problem Is facilities," RENTAL '. ,:
,. Department. Look at the Senior Boys. agreed Charles Francis, another All Hospital Bad* Walker*. Wheel Chairs' S Crutches I""''i"!' ,Of'j'," ." ,
They even had trouble. It .was the Star coach. "I can't really complain i

"' same five or six people down there about the Recreation Department We Are Big' Enough To Serve You Small Enough To Know GROUP .. ;
I :find 3. ;,
helping out all the time. my kids have been down there five You uA
Why doesn't she run weekend tour For Two- Year "" ',.'\ oil'" '" ,f Vote; For One) :
i' i t : '
naments to 'benefit the Recreation : : :::"" '
fund, is Lake Butler has done on a' J JIMMY; ;OSBY"'JR" r" : 4

couple of occasions? "I'm paid to JR.:7. I 1 : '
work 40 hours a week," Cheryl YOUTH REVIVAL. .> LAVONNE.JACKSONCOMMISSIONER :7-". a
f. 'r'rMro
responded. "You know we're (t- : ";- :: :', :
: -
understaffed it is. I've been here r C.1 .... (
as ). 'I.. .. ; ,.., ,..."_. ,1..1 (; ',.
four and I've always took the J .
,
Sub-District years tournaments because September 711i! -lOll. 7PM. 8 PM ,, ,,\ "'t..,u"' .: ... 'I I'M 1 ... :.,"> .( .':

nobody else would. Every year I've
COMMISSIONER GROUPS F
been her we've had at least two Sub- {,' For Two Years .' "*' "Jlfc: ,< f '. ', One .
District or District tournaments until FIRST UNITE 'ID if J \, "t>. ... ., L (. \ ;' '*. / Vote For '
METHODIST I .1 -, ""... 1:;
this year (with one Sub-District). I (;aG: Cw 1 If.... 1 jOH"I ,' ., -
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6.
was Sub-District chairman this year RAMSEYp l' f. .. ; :
and I just told them the only way I'll I Walnut & Jefferson J WILLIAMt7rIJ : I" "t. .OJ .. .... ...'-.r .-..- .:''t',''I; .,;,,
be chairman is if I get some help Featuring Nightly;. '-. ; \ Including: ..JOE W .$ ; ,f :;.t,_I" ."j .Ii' .
,' .r.t "
.. ;.
hosting the tournaments. Nobody ....; .... .h. S- 'r:* .t ,' -. ; ':r-.'" \
i ... .' \;d"r;
.t* .
JtRAVtS .
/ '
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Special Mushy Lonhle *. I WOODS \ '< '
.wanted to!do it because !they don't get y r / Broom, Phyllis GermanNightly ...t'lf : .
't 1. J .J" \ : .. I.,$. ::..t '
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paid. rr '.. ...."' < 'tI 'I"I .
.
"i';, VI never .got paid a penny for Speakers Eddie Frampton, S6 by'Frarlpton.: "I.;: \ 1,11!r,411"\ ', .>: ''.'. ', ,11' ,,' ,<< j '"r." > ).,"' J'.'".,1
1//> ," .', + :. c .r'' (
those tournaments. Last ;( '
hosting year )t
: ,',,, $.. .\1';; ,
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I went five weeks without a day off ... : ", "
.
Group / : :PaCr ", J' { ..
three ASA Singing 00 Guy Stalnaker Chub JOhns : w'ord ". ". I ,,;oj. '>; "" ..' "
.(during which there was /,,, .
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: A ; t.., .i{ '; < ',' .. .ilfi
,; post-season events which Cheryl ran -Minister t; ; :Warren Lanper Minister of Youth,:DonDe-K;;( \ j Vjifeife!*_' .:::2::" i4., 'f'ti ?iifft.nr't', I ,. I .,',"'.- '!,< ,.







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Concerned Citizen's I \ ) II RE-ELECT
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I Care for Kids"rve .. I \I' r1 TOM CASEY ,


been working with children administrator; Clarence Williams, ', SUPERINTENDENT ;
about five to six years now and the teacher; Barbara McNeal, teacher's "' "
first three years are the most Impor- aide, and Sharome Gainey, teacher's OF SCHOOLS' : :'
tant in a child's life," said Clarence aide. '. .
Williams, the teacher at the Concerned The children are introduced to the t .J/r/
Citizen's Day Care Center on Pine basics of the alphabet and counting by Major Accomplishments: .....
Street in Starke. the teachers. Also they learn how to '
The day care center now cares for get along with other children in a MY MAJOR EMPHASIS IS ON TEACHING BASIC ,__
about 25 children from low-income group setting. ',.. -
familes at the old RJE School Indicating that the center tries to SKILLS. PROMOTION IS BASED ON ATTAINING .
building Funded under Title XX of instill self-pride and a positive self- My 11: THESE SKILLS. !rt, .t.i; .
the Social Security Act,parents of the image Teacher Clarence Williams
2 to 4 year olds are required to pay$5 said "This is the right age to guide WE OFFER A BROAD PROGRAM..INCLUDING ,
week and mold them learn
per for baby-sitting. into wanting to
Emphasizing the structure of the on their own."Williams also said that SPECIAL EDUCATION. .
center Director Hardrick Taylor said the personnel of the center try and
that all of the staff is trained in early make the child feel loved as part of WE HAVE A LOW PUPIL-TEACHER RATIO.
childhood development through a the day care center experience.The EDUCATION AND
course given by Santa Fe Community children are fed a hot meal at WE OFFER VOCATIONAL. ADULT
College in Gainesville.The breakfast and lunch with a snack in COMMUNITY EDUCATION COURSES.WE .
staff, originally paid under the the afternoon.Since the Center closesat Getting an Early Start... .
CETA program,was funded this year 5 p.m., parents have to make ar- HAVE DEVELOPED A UNIFORM CODE OF CONDUCT -
under the Social Security Act They rangements to pick-up the child by Day Care Center students (l-r) Ljtccia Austin Jimmy Tyson Tamara Ellen ADMINISTRATORS AND TEACHERS
are Carolyn Bright, assistant center that time. son, Toika Strong,Gregory llendrtcth and Edward McCutchen are shown with WITH
instructor Clarence Williams ; WORKING COOPERATIVELY FOR GOOD CLASS :

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ROOM DISCIPLINE. -
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II I WE HAVE A BALANCED BUDGET. ";.: : '
Head Lice Have Become a School Problem

-- I WE HAVE REDUCED THE MILLAGE FOR TAXES

Head lice have become a most ex- lice themselves. Several over-the- be sent home for treatment. Parents "It Is likely that an outbreak of I! FOR THE PAST( THREE YEARS.
asperating problem to children, counter preparations for head lice should not panic. They should obtian head lice will occur in YOOl'school this
parents, school and public health personnel can be obtained from any pharmacyand medicatin as soon as possible and A spirit of cooperation WE HAVE SECURED S2 MILLION IN STATE FUNDS
according to Mrs. Joyce are effective if the directions are treat the child. All nits should be year.parents and school and health person-among FOR BUILDINGS DURING THE PAST THREE '
Riherd, public health nurse super followed carfully. Prescriptions for removed from the The child
scalp.
nel will a long in
go way helping to LOCAL TAX MONEY SPENT FOR
NO
visor with the Bradford County head lice medicine can also be obtained should be free of nits before returningto control this unpleasant problem. YEARS.
Health Department. from the Bradford County Health school. This can be done with a fine U child very becomes infected with BUILDINGS.
Fortunately, head lice rarely, if Mrs. Riherd your
Department says. tooth comb. This Is not always easy head lice are not alone about
ever, present any serious or signifi- Head lice in schools has reached and may take some time. Clothes Including million children you will be infested with one I HAVE BEEN ENDORSED BY THE BRADFORD
cant health hazard to the affected individual epidemic proportions throughout the hats and coats and bedclothes head lice this coming ," Mrs. EDUCATION ASSOCIATION.
year
Mrs. Riherd notes. Nevertheless United States recent Schoolsin
in years. should be washed in hot water or dry Riherd stresses.
,head lice are met with disgust some counties have actualy closed cleaned. I AM RESPONSIVE TO THE REQUESTS OF PAR-
and great unhappiness among for periods of time In an to ELECT
attempt Examine your child yourself;
AND TO THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN.
parents, children and other who find control the problem. The Bradford especially if you observe him or her Father Hall ENTS
themselves exposed to this problem, County Health Department working scratching the scalp. Look for the lice Tax Collector I promise prof.uionalleadership for quality
Mrs. Riherd notes. with the school administration, has especially behind the ears and the
Head lice are spread by close established a policy to control head back of the neck. Look for the nits Elect education for all citizens of Bradford County. My
associatin with an Infected lice In the schools. "We belive it to be
person glued to hair down near the hair root.
clothing or item such as a comb. The the most effective policy we know of if The nit resists flicking off and is a lit- UWRENCE GRIFFIS door will always be open to everyone.Let .
nits (lice eggs) or lice get establishedin this very annoying problem is to be tle larger than a grain of sand. Both I work for thePd
Commissioner continue to
County experience
the Careful my
scalp. observation of controlled, Mrs. Riherd states. nits and lice are easily seen with the
the scalp will reveal the nits or the All children with nits or lice are to naked eye,Mrs. Riherd says. Dlst. 3 best education of our children.
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NOTICE or owners doing business, NOTICE NOTICE OFINTENTION Legal lect and that the Contractor ly operated In Starko, Deposit Insurance Peochtrea Street. N.s.. 1Peachtree I

INTENTIONTO 01 COMMUNITY RECYCL. I. Vernon Slkox. Mayor- must ensure that Bradford County Florida poration att.. Center Harris I
REGISTER ING CENTER Sit I. An- Commissioner the city TO REGISTER Data of th* first employees and applicants since September 1976. Office located at Tower, Suite 24OO. Atlanta. 1

FICTITIOUS! draws It., Stark. of Storfca, Florida by virtue FICTITIOUS publication of this Notice lor employmentare /WIlliam V. Foroyth.Ir. Paochtree Street N Georgia 30303 as
;SHAMS Florida 32091. Intends to of the Authority NAMEPur.uanl of Solo .Is 8/29/80 In the not discriminated Peachlree Center 233"r part of the public file

3PursUont register Hid, fictitious vested to me by .law, da Bradford County against because of their Sworn to and subscribed Tower Suite 240O, Atl maintained by the Car
to Section name under the provl. hereby call a First to Section Telegraph. roc*. color religion, sax before mo this 23rd ta. Georgia 30303. poration. This III. Is
MS.09.Florida Slatutm. .Ion* aforesaid Primary Election to be 46S.09, Florida Statutes, 8/28 2tchlll "... or national origin.' day of February 1978. any person desires available for public In-
notice Js hereby given statute. hold at the City Hall In notice Is hereby given Patricia L. Crawford. protest the granting spectlon during regular I
that tne' undersigned Dated this 14th day of the foresald City by that the undersigned INVITATIONFORBIDS Th. City of Starka. Community Notary Public State of this application he or business hour

BRADFORD BATTERIES. August A.D. 1980 In qualified voter on Tues GUY MILLER AND DOUG Development Office Fla. at Large. has a right to da so If 9/4 2tchg 9/11
INC.. P.O. Box 177 Bradford County. ./ .. day September 9, 1980. MILLER Rt. 2. Box 1%. The City of Starke. Community reserve the right to 9/4 4tpd 9/29. or she files a ...
Office
Storke.)} Florida 32MI. 4lpd 9/4. A.D., for the purpose of Weovorvllle, N.C. 28787. Development. reject any or all Bids or notice of hi. or her NOTICE
doing will receive Bids lor NOTICE.. with the Regional I II.
electing' the following officers owners, .business to waive any Informalities
: as PACK SADDLE electrical' Improvements, In the bidding.Bids Th. Florida Bank at tor an or I I. William V. Forsyth ,
o. APIARIES. Rt. 1. Box Rill Gymnasium Pin. Stark. P.O. Box 310. September 26 1980. Jr., will not be responsible .
ovoo a COMMISSIONER GROUP 366Lawtoy.. FL 32090. Street, Sto..... Florida may ... held by the Corner Jefferson and nonconfldonnal lor any debts incur.red

I ONE COMMISSIONER Intends to roglster laid until 7:00: P.M.'on the City of Starke Community Clark Streets, Starke,., .of the application by Joan J. Forsyth
k 3intin E. Clfuutr For Two Y..... fictitious name under the 16th day of September. Development Office Florida' 32091 has made file In the Regional' after April' 2. 1980.
1980. at the Community application to establish fice located 9/4 3tpd 9/18.'
.... Reel Estet,gftkr150w.CallSt. provisions of.' aforesaid Development Office, City for a period not to exceed a at
COMMISSIONER GROUP statute. thirty ((30)) days Remote Service Facility
3 ONE COMMISSIONER Dated this 28th day of Hall 209 N. Thompson from tho' data of the within the parking lot of
It stork.ty For Two Years August A.D. 1980 In Street Starke, Florida opening of tho Bids forth Bradford Square Shopp
32091 at which time and
Bradford County. 8/20 of ing Canter U.S. Highway
'".5527 all bids will ... purpose reviewingthe
f place
y 301 Starke. Bradford
COMMISSIONER GROUPS 4lpd Bids and In.
ONE COMMISSIONER 918.NOTICE OF publicly opened and ....lIgallnllllh. qualifications County Florida. Application JACK CODRTNAY&ASSOC.. IRC.
road aloud.
For Two Y.... INTENTIONTO of Bidders prior ta was accepted for filing .
DUPLEX. REGISTER awarding of the Con1tract. by FDIC on July. 29 Licensed Rl Retina Broker
::. fs.AWrvs39.ooo INSPECTORS FOR SAID FICTITIOUS Contract documents. 'Including 1980. State Certified Builder

-I BR. f '". U. KH., on Mh lid, *, brick,landscaped yard. ELECTION NAME technical
specifications are on file. City of Sta..... Florida Any person wishing to LAKE FRONT
at the office of Community
NEW LISTINGS Annie P. Holton Haven Pursuant ta Section By: Jerry J. Wadsworth. comment on this application

.f sari., downtown Stark .. Swlnk, Marl Reddish 869.09 Florida Statutes.notice Development City Community Development may file hi. or her LOVELY LAKEFRONT HOMES from $124.000. Owner
,- .... ... $...000. 29% dawn, Ella Moo Chastaln Irma Is hereby given Hall 209 N. Thompson Director. comment 'In writing financing.
own. nil. Street Starke Florida
Bulord Clara Calson that the undersigned.MARK 9/4 Itchg._ with the Regional Director
dock building' on Ml North. Great .business .location.I Faye Blalock' Peggy I. COHEN owner 32091. NOTICE OFINTENTION of the Federal ACREAGE

M. J I*. Greenhouse Zoned. Commercial.' Shallor. Barbara Valtn- Route 2. lax SSOA. City Attention Is called to the

j> ski, Verio R. Best. of 110I.1..... County of fact that not less than TO REGISTER eo rS Only 3 left. S ecre parcels on SR 21, zoned residential.These .

[ Special Bradford State of the minimum salaries FICTITIOUS FLORIWIRWtt '-aullfullract. of heavily wooded railing land era
ALTERNATE Florida doing business,
: NAME
and wages sot forth In excellent Investments for Individuals or builder
.Beautiful corner lot at Country Club. First. time on as SUNSHINE PLANT the Contract Documentsmust developer. Prom $'','10. Owner financing, excellent
market. ;. Marba Whittle, Thelma NURSERY Route 2. Bon be paid an this project Pursuant to Section terms.
2 Trailer. Parks. RhodenIn SSOA City of Melmse.County .' 1 and that the Contractor B6S.09, Florida Statutes, Phone.*... .7700

.I trailer park II I trailers. of Bradford. must ensure that notice "Is hereby given 393: N. Temple Avenue 2 2% .
Approx. 6 oc. .. Fncd. Testimony whereof. State of Florida, Intend that the undersigned were nomestte for $3400. Near Keystone.
I .I traitor park 11 taller, 2 BR from haul, barn opprox. I hereunto subscribe my ,,10 register sold fictitious employees* for employmentara and applicant JOHN E. GRIFFIS 434 N. Wl CAN'T PUT A STAR BY
22 acres, fenced patturland. LARGE down and the Seal name under the BUILDING LOTS L
pay name cause provisions not discriminated Orange St.. Stark., Fl ANY OF THESE LISTINGS.
.....1. Owner will finance balance. of the b. of aforasaldstatuta.
town to against because of their 32091 and JOHN E. THEY ARE ALL NEW. AND
hereunto affixed( this the o RAMSEY 400 S. CherrySt. FAIR PRICED. Magnificent acre .lots with lake view. From $2.940.
race, color religion,
r>: W* Handle) Rentals 7th day of August. 1900 Doted this 19th day of or national origin. sex .. Stork. Fl Owner financing.

.2 BR unfurn. house, $130: *1 BR turn apartment. II10: A.D. August A.D. 1980 In 32O91.co-ownrs. doing FOR RENTS The old Powell
'1 BR unfurn. apt. $''02: BR unfurn. apt. $290; '2 Bit un Bradford County. 8/28 Tha City of Slarka Community business as THE homo 4 bedroom and 4 Unique acra lot overlooking' pond.. Sr2l.
Vernon SllcoM, MoyorCommlsslonor. .tpd '"18. YOUNGER GENERATION
furnished hous*; *1 unfurnished apartment. .3 BR LAKE Development Office baths. Call for an appointment
HOUSEr Furnished Fob. May. IN THE iii ii'COURT reserves the right to III W. Call St., ta discuss this large Beautiful building' sites. en Keystone. Golf Cau....
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL all Bids Stark, Fl 32O91, Inlands
i reject or
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY any or house.
ATTEST:.Merrill. Edward., CIRCUIT IN AND FOR to register sold fictitious
warehouse to waive Infor-
I on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Croat any .
City Clark. BRADFORD COUNTY under the
realities In the bidding. name provisions HOMES
location. 8/14 4tchg 94.NOTICE FLORIDA. of aforesaid FOR SALRi .Just what we
I Tackle and Ball business.. Large Inventory. A.E. have .lots of Inquiries fort
COPELAND statute.Dated.
'. On. city block In downtown Sta.... OFINTENTION Bids may b. held by the Furnished modal garden home In Art Woods. Golf swimming
for the
|just walling Plaintiff v* NORMAN H. this' 28th day of 10 oc.0 mile out
right .....In.... Great opportunity for downtown mall. TO REGISTER CORLEW and JOYCE L. City Development of Storks Community Office August A.D. 1980 In of lawtey, has been used tennis and trails. A new concept In lake region living '

I large warehouse. appro 6,000 tq. ft. Need. roof and FICTITIOUS CORLEW Defendant. for a period rat to exceed Bradford County., 9/4 far the training of horses. 2 on 4th fairway of Keystone Golf Course.
repalra.Hat floor and Handing wall. NAME CASE NO. 00-202. 4tpd walls. Plenty ofcrossfences
thirty ((30)) days
9125.FU Custom designed' low molntonence., energy efficient
INVESTORS
DREAM
NOTICE OF from the date of the S extra amountof
Income Property Will Pay For Itself Pursuant to Section SALE opening of the. Bids for THE CITY COMMISSION boas and shod brick homo. 2BR 28th. Carport 250' frontage onKoystano 311.

'1 mall apartment complex. Handyman'* special I 14 rental B6S.09. Florida Statutes,, NOTICE Is given that the purpose of reviewingthe OP CITY OF STARKE WILL I acre of .blueberry golf Course. $48.400. 11
units, possibly S. notice Is hereby given pursuant to a final judgment Bids and Investigating MOLD A PUBLIC HEAR- bushes and many fruit
'1 small frame house. that the undersigned doled August 29, the qualifications ING ON BUDGETED I.". 28R, 2Bth. energy efficient home unusual buy at 136,500.35r .

1 large frame house. Needs. repair Resident or 4 E.L. AND FAYE C. HORN- 1980. In Case No. 8O-2O2 of Bidders, prior to FEDERAL REVENUE
apartment. ((4 BR. 4 BA). SBV S.R. Box 388. of the Circuit Court of the awarding of the Con FUNDS. Tuosday. 10 acres, financing by : 24th established home, convenient to Starke. i
'1 2 BR frame, house. Apartment on side. Zoned com Waldo. Florida 32694. Eighth Judicial Circuit In tract. September' 16. 198O. AT owner with 1S% down. $.....'00.
mercial.. owner, doing .business and for Bradford County City of Starke. Florida.' THE CITY HALL. Starke.
under the firm name of Florida. In which A.E. Fla. SEE 24th, home lot $43.400.:
Please, call us lo list your property. VOGUE CUSTOMS COPELAND 0 Is the Plaintiff By: Jerry ((1. Wadsworth. Merrill Edwards lot, '/ acre to I'/i acres, on large
Community Development
coned trailers.LARGE .
John I. Glover PLANS a INTERIORS S.R. and NORMAN H. Director. City Clark Sir. 24th home with assumable ,'/.% mort..... 5
Real Estate Broker Box 388 Waldo Florida CORLEW and JOYCE L. 9/4 Itchg.' City of Stark.I $41,900. Excellent' ,.
Reg.
32694, 'Intend to CORLEW are the Defen I tchg 94.AFFADAVIT. COLONIAL HOMEon i
register said fictitious dants. I will sail to the INVITATION large lot with plenty of
Lu Green Sanders Associate name under the provisions !- highest and .best bidder FORBIDSThe shade trees, owner will COMMERCIAL 1i
of aforesaid for cash at the East Door City ol Starke Community hold mortgages with small
statute. of the Bradford County Development Office STATE OF FLORIDA amount down. 4 bedrooms Commercial an SRIOO near Keystone, $9,9SO. Owner Si!

Dated Ibis 14th. day of Courthouse In Bradford will, receive Bids lorplumblnslmpov.m.nt. COUNTY OF BRADFORD and 4 baths. financing. '

Roberts August A.D. 198O In County Stark, Florida .. '
Bradford County. B/14 at 11:00
4tpd9NOTICE II, 1980 the Street Starke.i Florida personally appeared Vemle Odom. Broker Hgts.'!Fla;:,,478t5 :;; !h! <..1" t.
WILLIAM V. FORSYTH '
2t Real Estate OF following described real anti7/ -P.M.ron the
URI. Phone .
9644474.Pearl
o INTENTIONTO property: 16th day of September JR.. sole owner of sold. Andrews 9647739REFLECTIONS (9041473-7080 1.Keystone 1.fi

REGISTER That portion of North 1980 at the Community Forsyth Plumbing. who

964-7828 986 N. Temple.' FICTITIOUS 34S feet of the NW H of Development Office' City being duly sworn
NAME the SE, /. that lies West Hall 209 N. Thompson ._ and says:
of Seaboard Airline Street Stark. Florida I. Thai I have

GIOIlO.lIOllm...... Pursuant to Section Railway right of way and 32091 at which time and operated a .business In s V'IM W
865.09. Florida Statutes, that portion of the North place' all bids will be Stark, Bradford County. 0 '
ASSOCIATES! notice I I. hereby given :349 of the NE M of the publicly opened and Florida known as For ro
Weekends end Evenings, Call that the undersigned SWV4 that lies East of read aloud.Contract syth Plumbing since
Richard' Roberts "" .,,,, Judith Flynn 944344Ann KATHLEEN L. FANELLI. State Rood No. 200 (also documents. In. September 1976. rWltlCbilrOoiC

GodwIn' ,....IIN, Patsy Sllcox-9s4-4479 320 N. Church St.. known as U.S. Road No. cluding technical 2. That the first address (! ,f.J
I Norman Heddlng .....7620 Loreen Canon.*.....700e Starke. FL 32091 sole 301) In Section 3. specifications ore on file of tho business J
Kay Waters>94-4941 John R. Smith 4-4217 owner doing business Township 6 South Range at the Office of Community known as Forsyth Plumbing ON LIVING- REALTY
.. KITTY LA BRUSH SIGN 22 East except right/ of Development. City was Route 1. Box You shouldn't miss seeing, ;
HOMES-STARKI CO., WALDO FL, Inlands ways.as Hall. 209 N. Thompson 29F. Stark. Florida. this exciting all-new
Small horn, rental Investment, low price-Cherry St. to register" sold fictitious sat forth In the Street Storks. Florida 3. That the present address ;model. SI.ek-Itnd contemporary
.Frame home, :3BRIS. clean t neat-Pratt St. name under the provisions order of final (udgmant. 32091. of the business :3 bedroom. 1t CECILIA PHONE 964-7776

.Frame .home good location 2BR,2B-Perk Place of aforesaid August 25. 1980. known as Forsyth Plumb- bath home .built of lasting TERWILLLQAR 205 N. To>mpU, Stark I IWeynaE.

large frame h...... Ig. yard, 4 Flreplaces-S. Water St. statute. GILBERT S. BROWN. Attention Is, called to the Ing Is P.O. Box 668. brick. This new model l ." .. ':"r
Stone fireplace :II'. 2B. ER. DR. Ft.-Pratt St. Dated this 28th day of CLERK OF THE COURT. fact that not less than Hayes Avenue, Stark., feature 192S S.F. of living Douglas. *Broker-Salesmen
-4 BR, :SB, .large screened roc.. r00loarfnlll.OUTO'.TOWN August A.D. 1980 In 0 'BY Beulah Moody DEPUTY the minimum salaries Florida. area and came equipped Telephone. 9>

HOMES Bradford County. 8/28 CLERK. and wages set forth In 4. That the business with central heat 4 air, REASONS TO BUY REAL ESTATE Safety Yield Liquidity'
4tpd 9/18. the Contract Document known as Forsylh PlumbIng Potential for Change In Value, High
solar
hot
water hooter.
Lerge lot 2 mobile hom.-Sampson Lake Rd.
has been continuous-
must be paid this leverage Tex Incentives Tex Deferral 4
on
Exemptions
pre
!brick
Frame, 4 BR.1B. .nice workshop, ever 4A-Hampton. I fireplace corpet B
I on Resole Special' Installment Sale Benefits.
.Beautiful 4 BR.2B. brick opx. 10A-W. of Lawtey.OeuMe vinyl floor covering, equipped
Long Term Capitol 001,.. Special Inheritance
garage. 211t.I'1I., C Black opx. 3A. SH IsW.Brick. kitchen with' luminous
3 BR. 2B. IMA.-SR IOOE. I celling cathedral calling In Benefits, Tax-free refinancing' and THE MOST
garage epx.
Ralph Bryan Real.Estate' IMPORTANT REASON I. Use of the Property.PfEFf .
-1 BR IB. C. Block ap... lA-Wllsan .... the living room. A
IE'At ESTATE
.Frame, 4 BR. 1*. Ig.outbldg-.apx. A.-Stern Ed. I pleasure to show at RRfO PROPERTIES
New Cypress home, 2IR.lt. 10A.Off 310 W. Call St. m S49.300.
Baylas Hwy. II
i r .JOO" beach Lake Geneva, 4 residences, 2.71 Ac.
-2B, IB. LR. PR, kttcfiMi-dlnlng-Crytt, lake A. (Cor. US 3014 Call St.) 1..13 .
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Philip Clark 1040 Plnebreese Or. $...000 8% fin. Top Quality Home.
Brick A.O. ._ 4 ... VtA
1. BR 1MB. SR14I.
Ap .
New S BR CH4.A '/. Wilson Rd.
'".117" ANYTIME 2B on Acra $' 1.000.
I
Pool 1. PP. 3BR. 2B. Brick-Country Club area. Realtor
e Brick residence $35,000'A$40,000.: "'A Acres.
Urge, SA., 3IR 2B .... IOOE.
opprox. 94-5231 Lake Home CILIA ..
Crystal lilt TAB fireplace $ ..000.
.3 BR. IB. IR, OK. apx. I acre lot-S.R. 100!. MONDAY-FRIDAY ". p.m. SATURDAY 9-12 Ir I a CB Homo off Rd. 14-:3 acres $....100 mtg. $2'._ 9%.

Brick .home approx. 32 acres S.R. 121. Evening end. Sundays appointment Miniature' Pond__ ISM Acre, unique. homo.

ACREAGE c a 1124 Nell' S37.WO-S7.400 down-fin. SM.OOO 10%.

."% acre *n Forsyth .... BUSINESS end COMMMCIAl .3 BR :3 B Edwards Rd. Has everything. 56'.toO.
.4 ecres-OH SR233.A : : FLORIST In .Ideal location Inventory. equipment r FAULKNER HI .3 BR 28 14 Acre Brownlee Rd. Cattle country.S64.SOO.

-' acre Mobile Home let Woodland Acre*. and van .. ... .... .. .. .. .. .s ... ... ..S24.000 .3 BR 28 Ranch CHIA 12A, far ... _.....229-S63.40O.
.''Beautiful IB eeres-Coontry Club area.. CORNER LOT. .432 feet on US 301 ... ..$47.000. terms. REAL TV 9&4SDSS..ALTO. 1348: Pratt 3 BR. 2 B CHBA FR, dbl.. gar. 44000.

'Nice' lot Country Club.BUSINESS HOMES 964-5231 J 129 yr. old heme(2960( s... ft.). Hampton 4 3 Ac-$34.400.:

AND INVESTMENTS NEAR COUNTRY CLUB Brick Venoar-4 M, 2 ... F_ I .Eastwood Drive 3 BR 3 B-Coxy a convenlent.$3.9OO.

9.000 .... ft. building w/epprax. 9 _....U..I. Rm. with fireplace CMA-DeuM. gerage, .. ... ......000 WHY ADMIRE OTHER .214 N. Broadway freshly painted big lot. $31,000.
COUNTRY UVINO SlothcadAm.. 3 *r 4 B*. 1 Vk Be. MORRIS 221 Lafayette Across from Wishbone .607 Milton Terraca sensible $31.000.

CHB.A. ..... OH. ....1.. KIM Ig. lit with Franklin, fireplace when yes. own title I .Furnished MH en 1%. Acres $20.000., : Neet.
WW carpet-reem for another home (or trailer. ) en this 2 bedroom, 2 .bath "home lethe Beeutlful: acra farm with 3 BR 1V4 bath brick .3 BR home 4 I acre Wilson Rd. $14.400.

acre. . . .. ...6. ... ..$....000 owner ,,__. -.,. Modem son- veneer home. Formal dining' room large living I .421 W. Adklns, 3 BR. corport. '-.... $''.000.
oil < Jb7 COMFORTABLE Brick Veneer 3 ... 2 BA- _. Rm.. Crete Week with contra room, porch. Good posture. 2 small outbuildings' BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Flreplaca-Sep. Dr.. dosed ... "boot a sir. carpet .largo paved ......
". CM4A .. ..S43.COO. .740 W. Madison, farmer Mobil sto-SM.OOO.
fAIr PRIVATE BACK YARD a GARDEN AREA Block. 3 M. SEA garage, I .cr..f' s>419 S. Walnut. New ......warehouea-$42.404.
Good rental Investment. 2 SR frame home.
Rociltor ...... ...... Rang B ..... drape.. plenty. storage. ,garageInside ........m.toO. $18,000.00.xcell.nt terms. to Great property across from Holiday/ Inn-Own.Hn.s .

Officer 7B2-3931 Hornet 7B2-3B94 utility. CHsM Cerpet.v, ., .. .1.. Only $....000. 404 N. Cherry. 2 ...... nicely turn. opt.*. Own. fin.Store .

-.lnalld..I.1Jat. *- ROOM FOR. ANIMALS an 9 Asrei38*, Ite. TENNIS ANYONIfwith 1.9 acres 2. septic, 2 electric: hook-ups well.Klngsley a Apts. en 301-goad potential-owner fin.s7000 .
Bend Program Conventional. Loans Owner Financing' Frame. ... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .......000. 1 '-"-,. living Leke area. sq. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. I6B Owner "...

FmMA a VA PHA 203b). IOIV: ). 234.: 24S o Ixchonge WALKING DISTANCE. DOWNTOWN-Back-| 1 reem. dining roam a Homecommer..) a cattga n Madison Ownr fin.
"Y_.Sew buy III A Now Home.h an lxlatlwg_" B*.. .. .... .. .-. .. .... ... .. .. .. ..... .. .., .$26: .000. kitcho tennk. M Single Wide mobile .homo with 2 built on rooms enapproxlmetely 10$500 ..... 1 Income four. furn. rentals-Cell 4 Bay 44,008.
FENCED YARD- 3BR IBA Block... das In. .. ... .SM.OOO your beck door. Play tennis' 'A acre. Nice shaded let. s>large apt. complex en 30I. good cash Now awn. fI...
II*. 34A. CB. with FP. Con. H/A Plus Guest HAMPTON .... $.. L. L.\. t. .... .,,,.2tII. ...,.._..$20.000. $12.400.00. ACREAGE

Cortege. 2.6 Ac. Over 27M Total S.*. Ft. (Only HANDYMAN 4 Room Frame on I Awe.. .. .,.$".1.. ...
20 Acres Rd. 100 W $27. Owner financed.
S20.70 Per Sq.. N. Including .......) $47.600. LOn a ACREAGE WHATS IN IT FOR YOU-. 34R. 28 Con. Ilk. "homo. Many Extras. 3900000. .
4.74 Acres .... 230A: a Wilson' Rd. $11.700.
Owner Fin.or Mem' ,.. A*. 142,000. or Guest FOREST HEIGHTS'' Restricted '\ Acre .lets $:$2.408 up. A concrete block. bom lioxcolloAt Good location. .
40 Acres $64.008% Interest-Owner fI...
Cetteee 8. 1.3 Ac. $14.000. ROLLING HHLSBeylaM) 1 Acre a *p> 43.400 a condition... !3 Hampton
10% down. 4 ,.*..12"! up. largo bedrooms, living US' x US lot. Westmorelend. St. Water sewer andges .17 prim acre on Rd. IB overlooking. Hampton Lake..
.ENIROV EFFICIENT BR.2BA the bar .nook 44 acre*-.... 100-*wnsr will flnenc, .
.
Country only LAWTEY- 301- acres ta 24 ac..IMautttuI....*- city. room Mgj. ..... ..h For all up.
on I Ac. FP. Con. H/A 27.000fC 2.6 acre Hemptea-Owner financed $1.400,
$ .
water a sidewalks. ".DOe 12% slew your family ta really live
acre. 10 .
_. V... Svs., Store* ,.V.ry.. ... 3BR Homo aaH %. per yrs9Vi .... Uve-nfhera you. wwrt ta large lot dead ta Holiday bin with c_. ...., "28 prune. acre 301 N. railroad.. $...100 M _._.fI... -

Sound Svs. 2B2S sq.. ft. lit acre I.?. span far LAWTEY AROA2% acre P....- I"Acre .,.... 28% .Av$33.804.. .building.' Hwy 301. SM.OQa.OO. T_.. '.13 acre 301 a Morgan Rd. Owner finance $39.000.

.. .to 9%. Owner ta held Winter Garden' Only ......- I yrs 10% (40 ecre available.. '.16 acre Griffls Loop-timber own. II... ....100. y
) 14 acres, .... 1'4 bath 3 BR, paved ..... .... .
con.
I nespHol offer.Lon
Sod Presbyt.Church make .
Mtg. $44.000. acre near .
$24.008. OFF 301. 10acres pine* ......... .........$22.006I $....%. FISHERMAN'S CMOtCS4ulMlng -.' $....000...*., .
RanchNo. Now 3 64. Starter Home 4 'Income OFF RD. 124 18 acre M graded ..... ,'. 4 .$1.,"' terms lot on caved, t. FOR "INVESTMENT'

2BA. MBA*. Lg*. Oak.. Producing PropertyRentels FORSYTH RD.' 28 Aires ...... .*../oatfc/*.*.. .SU.... Crosby lake buy value lot 29% acre .high. and) dry posture; with 498 posit ."Country seater lot 148,14 combined. $9.800.
Stocked Pond.. Peeced. ( ) I2.MO up. f* HAMPTON AREA- S44 Astor .1..*. per oens. new_.. It-kul4BSU4V1ITI '..as.. F...... 'The Woods near Country Club. lot 14O*_343r $...000.

Owner II... 14% On. 11% $..,.000.I CAll US AT 947 -ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT I I !,oter..$.... !3 1'-t '1 aero. .... lartk.4.a.. pump .house vHI. ......11.100.
..... .. ..
I $ Bldg.. Let. Stork*. $2.300. Versatile business locHen-3rx74'.' c.... blk.building. -f Trailer. less Brownie (...JON .....,. Sere $...000.
.3 BR. 2BA Home en 3 At. ..... Ac. Penal '1.'" per .ASSOCATUS-APTIR HOURS. 2 ecres .land.. 44v .......... .,. Priced. .ISO-xISO* commercial on 301 owner fin. $33.000.
I FP. c.... H/A Can. Vat Ac. llllkM c. Pearson Vidal Powell bedreem frame home eo sell. Country Club lot IBB1 x Mr-nice 'lecerleaSIO.OOO.Hamptan .

Sys. Store* Sound Sys. Ow010 Ac. Shady 120.000. Irok./w. m a Aseedate 0 a paved read with I acra at W.HAV.MANYOTH.IIL.TlNGI. Oaks lot I2$. tree*. owner finances''-$ ....
ly$....000. .28 A*. F..... .....000. Office........ 944-4B43 .......I..DOe. Susan M. Faulkner-REALTOM-964-4064 .Busy CH 4 Water St. M S3V x B*' Owner Has $''..11II.2 .

Would/ Yea Believe' you Owner ..... 9644318Vemen .Irene L. ....._. REAlTOt-ASSOCIATI-944-4142 Country Club .let I Acre each-Owner II...-.......
could. buy a 4 BR Home .to .SMALL FARM- Lucille strry.1IIOIC1.1AL1SMA...-.*..-*.. .
Cell
St. commercial .
Syhrte Kaddish. Nevis word. lot lOV X 194 Owner... $ .. ..
The best ,investment on earth li the earth f ItN"SOI Reddish 2 bedroom tram ........ ,
Breker/Sslsimsn W.here severe!type of financing available.. Roattor Associates-After Hours
Nettb. .Trees.. Motel Uwtey Associates 944.7444f same cleared. ....... .Pored Property. Msn.g.ms.t, Service*Available.APPRAISALS . Byres ...........944.7774 Stank Derke.7423397Anna

Awn W. ........Associate -/ ......944-4223 9141570 f reed ASS AM. Terwlneger. ......... 474-1677 Sally Kllllan,4s422E4811II .




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I Hospital Nets $122,860 In First 1O Months of F'iscal'ear Board Told

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i. Figures presented to the Bradford Figures were presented to the ly $84,000. Drewa stated the rescue service is a Announcement was made at the hospitals managed by Ihe Methodist
, County Hospital Board of Trustees at trustees to show that the rescue ser- The hospital has asked from Brad- vitally 'needed service to the com meeting that board member Joseph l firm Including Bradford.: County
its monthly dinner meeting Monday, vice based at the hospital lost ford County$155,000 to run the rescue munity. Stephenson has been reappointed fora Hospital.
Aug. 29, show the hospital made a net 58213.95 through July 31, 1UUO. service during the new fiscal year. It was pointed out that the service four year term to the board of Drewa reported the new $151).o.) 1
gain for the first ten months of the Marcus Drewa, president of the No decision has been made by the has been based at Bradford County trustees by Gov. Bob Graham. X-ray machine went in service at I ho
current fiscal year of$122,860. Methodist Hospital Foundation, Inc., Bradford County Commission subjectto Hospital since federal funds were Stephenson received word about the hospital Monday Aug 23.ThO'oldimnwill
This amounts to a decrease In profit the firm that manages the hospital for the tax roll and millage to be ap- stopped to operate the service. The appointment Monday, Aug. 18. be used na a backup unit.
for a similar period a year ago of the trustees, stated In the fiscal year proved. The tax roll has not yet been board of county commission has provided Drewa Introduced Jim Langley
$W7.6V5.50. The net gain for a year ago commencing Oct. 1, 1980 that the approved by the State Depoartmentof one mill to operate the service Jr.. to the trustees who started work .
was listed as$220,4 5.94. rescue service will lose approximate- Revenue. since that time. Monday Aug. 25 with the Methodist ElectLAWRENCE
In the current budget which ends Hospital Foundation. Inc. as an
September 30 a mill Is worth 137000. administrative assistant. He recently GRIFFIS:
Dave Libby, hospital administrator graduated from George Washington
told the trustees that a University School of Hospital County Commissioner';.''.
,
, Higher Income Level Sought for HFASlow proposal has been made to cut the Administration in Washington. D.C. Dist. 3
amount of money given the hospitalfor Langley will be assisting; the five Pd'T'ol Adi/
the rescue service.
rate at which money is being loans out than that, but has committed Should the program fail nobody will The proposal asked by the hospitalIs
borrowed under the home-loan program to lend $3.25 million over the lose any money said Freeman. The $155,000 and the county commissionhas
of the newly created Housing 9-month period. bond holders will be paid off sooner. a proposal for it to cut the money CHRIST LUTHERAN ::
Finance Authority program aimed at Keystone State Bank which has The trustee, the First Florida Na- for the rescue service to 118879. No
middle-income families has promp- committed to loan $750,000 over the tional Bank at Jacksonville, has the action has been taken by the countyon CHURCH
ted a seeking of higher qualification 9-month period, has had two loan re- bond proceeds invested. Proceeds the proposed cut.
Income level.Present quest, according to President Watt from the funds Invested Is programmed Drewa stated that in the next 12 to
Income limit to borrow Hardcnbergh. One was turned down to pay off loans which have been 18 months one of the rescue units will Pastor Glen Schmiege 473-2419
under the HFA program is $22,400.Ata because the Income level was too defaulted, but they might also be usedto have to be replaced at a cost of. bet
meeting Tuesday night, Aug.19, high,the other application Is pending, repay:the banks who signed a letter ween $20,000 to$30,01)0.: )
HFA board members asked bond Hardenbergh said. of credit when they committed to loan Libby explained that It Is recommended Church Service 10:30: AM
counsel Judson Freeman and local attorney Tomlinson pointed out $8.4 HFA the funds. that the rescue units be
Dudley Hardy to seek to bond issue hit the market at the worst Meeting Tuesday night were HFA replaced between 50,000 and BO.ooo Lion's Club
amend the bond agreement to allow a possible timewhen interest rates board members George Roberts miles Keystone
higher income level, perhaps around were high :and right before !the primp Marvin Rosier! and Ralph Bryan; at- "Somebody is going to have to pay ;
The will have to be fell *Bible, Class Recessed for Summer Months
$28,000. request rate torneys Dudley Hardy and Judson for it, Drewa says.
approved by a judge in the Eighth: Freeman, secretary Janet Turner
Judicial Circuit Getting a new "People don't live in a vacuum; GF board members S.G. Denmarkand
case before the court and allowing they know the rate were coming John Torode Florida Bank Presi-
time for appeals will take about two down," Tomlinson said.HFA dent J.E. Tomlinson FFMB Trust Officer For Quality Education
months. Hardy said. board chairman George Elizabeth: Adams, FFNB officer
Attorneys were also asked to see if Roberts Attorney Freeman, and Andrea Stockbridge.- KH State 40ek
the 9-month time limit to disperse the bank president Tomlinson all expressed Bank President Watt Hardcnbergh. JERRY LAWSONA
$7 million available for lending can be concern for the bond pro- No date was set for a future ,
extended Attorney Freeman holds gram. They: still think it will work meeting.
little hope that can be done, but is to especially if the income level can be Working
investigate.In raised sufficiently. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
over two months since the loans
have been available at 11.5 percent Income level was set at 140 percentof
through three local lending institutions the median income and has since KI.Kl'T: : '
effort and
Florida Bank at Starke, been Increased because of inflation Esther: S.Hall ; Think of the time, money
Guaranty Federal and Keystone from a start of$19,400 to$22,400 now Tax. Collector I jf9u&? c YjKi M
State Bank. only 17 loans have been child .
in to'
sending
approved by the trustee, the First feiiBf jH expended your
Florida Bank at Jacksonville. Trust
Officer Elisabeth Adams said only H school for 12 !
one loan has been turned down and ENCORE" CLOTHING \ years
that the trustee is amenable to
.invlhinrt the UFA board can workout

..\V> il" feel something should he CONSIGNMENT SHOP Let's upgrade our standards and make sure a High
iliim," :Ms. Adams said. "
:Mann/ problem is that families with School Diploma once again represents a solid
ni income 'low enough to qualify|
under, I he $22.41"111n1lt) cannot afford
I the S4Tiii-5iw; per month payments on background for pursuing a career or attending college.Put .
said
lop of I heir present obligations
Florida Bank President J E. Tomlin-
son Families most qualified. with an And Back
Credibility
income high enough to afford the Discipline Respect

payments.! cannot qualify Tomlinson Beautiful second-hand &
antique
pointed out.An"lhl'r .
Into Bradford Schools.
problem is that under the County
federally subsidized: housing program clothing for the whole family.
a family of five can earn up t"III.INNI
$ and qualify for a four percent \eo\ JERRY LAWSON
loan and the government will sub A wide selection of back-fo-schoof
sidise the payment pointed out IIMAhoard .
member Ralph Bryan a clothes.
realtor. Superintendent' of Schools .Jlt ,; ...

Tomlmson has 10 said loans the Florida closed to Bank 4titft.atStarke ',.:ft:. Lots; pf; sweaters, //eansMr/s.efc. &; ., I "\'HexifTuesdliayf' i 7 "September 9th.. > yy., \1 M yd'd:

with, about $:tlxax) 01 its $1 nitllion''

commit Imcnt out. UK has a few more 238 S. Walnut ( across from Food Fair ) Thank You For Your Vote And Support









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Pres.-Starke Shrine Club AS A COMMISSIONER
I lmnmTEGRIT I Tw
Past Pres.Starke-Bradford Co. Chamber of Comm.

-Post Exalted Ruler-Starke Elks Lodge

Past Pres..-Starke Lion's Club Served as Chairman of Board of County Commissioners .

-Past Chairman-Bradford Co. Chop. March of Dimes THINK I IT OVER '!

.Member-Bradford FSAM Masonic Lodge -100 attendance of board meetings .

-Member-Starke Moose Lodge -Conscientiously voted on every issue brought before VOTE
-Member--Starke Rotary Club the board..

-Member of Form Bureau -Never shown favoritism to any individual or group. 1

-Member of Cattleman's Associat.ion. -Proven he can do the job over the past 4 years. MAXIE CARTER,. JR.

Active in the community all of his adult life i

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bv Elisabeth G. Walker Starke Lawtey,

Phone SA4-W83 Hampton Brooker Elementary -
Elizabeth
TerryPERSONALS and Bradford Middle
Phone 7BZ-3MO News Releases The SREC Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap
Headstart announces the sponsorshipof tist Church Each Monday 6:30: Tiny Schools:
iiOHigginbotham.;: : ; of Max. Arthur Redding and Mr. and Mrs. the Child Care Food Program.Free Tots rehearse 7:30 Senior Choir Monday. Srpl. K: CorndoRS. baked

ville spent the weekend at her mobile Otis Brewer of Starke on Sunday and reduced price meals will be made rehearses. Tuesday 7:30 Prayer'' beans cabbage slaw cookie. applesauce I

home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wolf afternoon.Mr. available to children who qualify for Meeting. Wednesday all Mission and milk.
and son. Danny of Cape Coral stopped and Mrs. Marvin! Walters of such meals at the centers listed below Circles will meet at the church. Tuesday. Sept. 8: Beef-a-roni, cheese
by with her for lunch on Saturday on New Port Richey. and Mr.; and Mrs. and will provided without regard to Thursday Story Hour at the church. stix, garden salad, peach crisp, hot
their way to Wilmington Del. to visit Frank Honaker and Jason and Mr. race creed color, sex or national Friday 6:30: the Junior ushers and' rolls and milk.
-Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Henson and baby of origin. Junior Choir will rehearse. Saturday Wednesday, Sept. 19 Sausage or pork I
and Mrs. Bobby Wolfe and son and Orlando Mr .and Mrs Buster Bennett They are Bradford 0 County 2:30 the funeral of Mrs. Della Mc- paitle rice & tomato gravy field

other relatives. When Mr. and Mrs. and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Headstart Center, Columbia County Cloud will be conducted at the church.All peas biscuit & peanut butler cup
Wolf and son come: back all of them Ben McCaulley were Sunday dinner Head tart Center Hamilton County covered dishes will be carried to fruit cup, and milk.
plan to visit Mrs Higginbotham's guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts. Headstart Center Lafayette County ''her daughter's home at 922 E. ThurHduy 8<>|>t. II: Fish porlUinn. ,
other son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were Headstart Center Suwannee County Brownlee Street. Saturday Sunday cheese grits turnip greens pears

and Mrs. Floyd Martin of South supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Headstart Center and Union County School teachers meeting will be held cornbread, and milk.
-Daytona.Mrs. Slade on Hampton Lake. Headstart Center, phone S04-382-S283. ate p.m. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning Friday. Srpl. 13: : Meat loaf, buttered
Bettie Smith went with Miss Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and sons Community Day Care Center Applications Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. whole potatoes, mixed vegetables
Arthurine Blanchard on her routine Christopher. Bruce and Dean of are available for Title 20 if New Bethel Baptist Church The Randy Hawkins cake w/fruit topping, biscuits and
visit to see her sister Miss Enza Blan- Jacksonville Beach Mr. and Mrs. students qualify under the income Chairman of the Deaconess Board milk.

chard in Baker Nursing Home at Benton Futch of Starke and Mrs. bracket. Call 9M7M for Information.Dell Mary Lee. is asking all Deaconessesto Hawkins
Macclenny on Thursday afternoon.Mr. Joyce Futch of Blackahear Ga.,were Chapter 168 OESs The monthly meet Sept. 9 at 6 p.m. for a very important Randy Bradford High School menu
and Mrs. Jim Love and sons J. Sunday afternoon guests of her sister, meeting of Dell Chapter wlll.b held meeting-the last of the year. Resident Doctor
and Tony of Lake Wales were Miss Elizabeth Terry. Sept. 11 at 7:30 In the Masonic Hall on Rev. A.J. Simmons, pastor. REGULARMeHay.
weekend guests of their brother and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew'McCombsMrs. Brownlee Street. All members are Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Randy W. Hawkins presently Sept. s: Meat loaf rice *
.
Minnie Teston, Mrs EarlTeston Plans employed at Hahnemann Medical gravy, green beans, cornbread:
sister-in-law Rev. and Mrs. Don Love asked to be present. are In the making for the annual
and family.Mr. Mrs.. Ola Starling Mr. and Girl Scout News Girl Scouts will Women's Day program Oct. 12. College and Hospital, Philadelphia mixed; fruit peanut butter cookie

and Mrs. Buster Bennett attended Mrs. Larry Norman, Mrs. Purvis register Sept. 11 at the Woman's Club All members are asked to cooperate Pa., as resident In Internal Medicine. and milk.Tnesday. .
Miss Gwen Zack and Earl Brown, Mrs. Margaret Wise. Mr. and on Walnut Street. Parents are askedto with all activities. Sunday School 10 Randy was born in Starke (Lincoln Sept. I: Chicken* Noodles
Biggs wedding and reception at the Mrs. Ralph Wise Chris Wise Kevin accompany their girls and sign and a.m. Communion Service 11 a.m. We City) Sept. 26, 1953. He graduatedfrom steamed cabbage hot rolls peach
First Methodist Church In Starke on and Craig Wise and Rhonda Norman pay registration fee that night. The are to remember the sick and shutInsin high school In 1971 from Neptune half cookie and milk.
Saturday night. went out Sunday afternoon and gave Leaders will appreciate our prayers. High School Neptune, N.J. He received Wednesday. Sept. 1* Lasagna garden
your
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gustafscn.) Anna our Pastor and Mrs. David Norman a cooperation. First Born Church of the Living his Bachelor of Science with salad French bread, applesauce

and Kristen of Pensacola spent Housewarming In their new home. Basle Adult Classes Basic Adult God: Tuesday 6:30: Bible Study. Friday Honors at Rutgers University In 1973.! and milk.Tharsday. .
..the long weekend with their parents, Others sent gifts but were not present. Education Classes are taught in 6:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday He then attended Hahnemann Sept. 11: Macaroni &
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris- Evangelist T.R. Moore. Jr. of various areas of the county. Anyoneover School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Medical College Doctor of Medicine cheese spiced ham mixed

tiana. Bristol, Va., was the guest speaker at the age of 18 who desires to Im- a.m. and 7pm.Calvary .. and graduated 1979! vegetables, pear half cookie: hot
First Baptist Church Sunday night Randy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. rolls and milk.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited prove his reading math or writing Baptist Church: Sunday
their daughter Mrs. Connie Mosley and his wife.. Mrs. Moore sang a skills is invited to attend. Classes are School 10 a.m. Thunday 7:30 Prayer Herbert Hawkins.Jr., nephew of Mrs. Friday Sept. 12: Corndogs. whole
and special. Both were enjoyed by service 5 Ranell English and related to a host kernel corn green lima beans
children Tammy and Dale, of taught at RJE Tuesday and Thursday Meeting. Preaching Sunday
andmilk. ;;
Maxville on Tuesday afternoon.' everyone present. Their son came 7-10 of others in Starke Hampton and pineapple upside down cake
with them this time. He is a student in p.m.CHURCH p.m.The Church of God Jacksonville. Randy also has three .
Mrs. Donie Pringle and Mrs. C.D. NEWS.. Victory Temple :
Sellers Auburndale. Mrs. Onie Clearwater College. Mt. Moriah United MethodistChurch The members cordially welcome you .Sisters and two brothers residing in
Thornton of Starke and Mrs. Pierce Mrs. Henry Carter and her mother. : Sunday School 9:30: Holy to attend their worship service each Starke. One of his sisters. Cilitia will AL-A-CARTE
Crews visited their sister Mrs. D.L. Mrs. Flossie Rosier visited Mrs. Ar- Communion. a.m. Saturday at 12 noon. This week Mr. be attending Florida State University Monday. Sept. Si Hamburgers. pizza.
Shaw of LaCrosse on Thursday after- nie Absteln of Micanopy on Sunday Pleasant Grove United Methodist Robert Austin, Jr. will speak on the in the Fall. Others are Herbert III. French fries milkshakes.

.noon. afternoon.Mr. Church: Sunday School 10 a.m.:1 p.m. subject. "The Truth About Grace. Benjamin, Sheila and Pamela (who Toesday. Sept. I: Cheeseburgers
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly spent and Mrs. O.B. Wiggins and Rev. Willie Lee Davis from Directions: upon entering Lawtey has really made a name for herself in Cuban sandwich, pizza French

the long weekend with their parents Mrs. Eunice Edwards of Jacksonvilleand Evergreen Baptist Church, take 225 east across railroad track. 'Track & Field). fries milkshakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and attended their mother Mrs. B.L. Wllklson. Florahome will preach. All membersare ,.Turn left at 2nd street (second dirt Randy recently visited his family Wednesday. Sept. IS: Pizza, Ham
Sr., attended church In Starke Sunday road left). Robert Austin. Jr. here and was accompanied by one of burgers French fries
the funeral of their uncle, A.P. asked to cooperate with the activity on ,
Mailman on Friday In Community morning and they spent the rest of the :pastor, John Burch, assistant pastor. his fellow graduates, Gerald L. milkshakes.
day with her. DeVaughn. M.D. of Philadelphia. Dr. Thursday.Sept.111 Pizza
Church, Keystone Heights.Mr. Church of God In Christ: The annual Hamburgers
and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of Mrs. J.W. Glover of Hawthorne Family. Day'will be observed DeVaughn Is presently practicing chee .
weekend visited Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starlingon medicine at Hahnemann Medical Col- Friday.. Sept. 1Z Cuban sandwich
Gainesville spent the long Sept. 14, second Sunday beginning
Festival of the
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Another guest ,with Sunday School at 10 a.m., MornIng lege and Hospital. pizza, French fries. milkshakes.
was their nephew Harold Fowler,. Lakes Art Show .
George Kelly. also of Hawthorne. Worship?will be conducted by Rev. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall of Mr. and Mrs. < and Jasper Williams and congregationfrom Col. Thomas Blood, a highwayman Card of ThanksHandy
Tommy Talley \
Jacksonville visited their brother and Bethlehem Freewill
Baptist stole the BritishCrown
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of Jacksonville the The third annual Festival of the
family
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- spent long Church. An afternoon of music Is be- Jewell In 1675. Whenhe
weekend with their mother Mrs. Lakes Art Show will be held on Saturday Way 1911 would like to
Clellan on Saturday night. Another ing for the service. I
John Tye, Sr. planned 3pm. October: 18 from 10 a.m. until 5p.m. was finally caught King thank the community of Hampton for
guest was Mrs. Lillie Morgan of Dinner will be served to all after the Charles commuted his death
Mrs. Earl Troxell returned home I in Theme Park, downtown their support for MDA. Without you
Theressa. It a.m.service. Everyone is invited to and him lifetime
sentence
0 gave a -
with her son-in-law and keystone '
daughter Mr. Heights. we couldn't have done it.
Mrs. C.Y. of spent a attend these services. Communionwill
Mayo Tampa for
pension being 10
and Mrs. Carroll and of Applications be obtained Signed
family
Craig my by
few days with her sister-in-law Mrs. be given immediately after the
Fred Moore this week. Her son-in- Boca Raton, and after spending a : 1 writing to Festival of the Lakes P.O. daring. Linda,Brenda Sheila
week with she returned home program.There Box Fl.
them 1132. Keystone 32656.
Heights,
law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Max will be a Deacon Board
Sparks, came for her on Tuesday.Mrs. by train. meeting Wednesday Sept. 10, 8 p.m. The entry fee Is $15. For Excellence in Education
Ray Wilson visited Miss Erin Art will be judged in these
Donie Pringle Mrs. C.D. All Deacons are asked to be present. '
Sellers of Auburndale, and Mrs. Braswell of Indiatlantic Beach for a Church conference: will be held Friday categories: oil, acrylic; watercolor ELECT .

Pierce Crews visited her son and week. Sept. 12. All officers are asked to graphics, photography and crafts.
Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. Jr., The Festival will include a full day
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. attend.
i
the weekend with their of entertainment from
son-in- the
Crews, Sr., of Jacksonville, on Fri-' spent Prayer Meeting Is held each varying Durwood
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gainesville Civic Ballet to musical
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Sunday School
day.Mr. .
and Mrs. Henry A. Carter of Hodge. 10 a.m. Sunday. performances.Scenic r r'
Elizabeth Smyth returned to Keystone is located
Columbia S.C. spent the Labor Day Bradford County Christian ,JyI IS-1 Heights rt
after 27 miles from
Holiday with their mother-Mrs. JacksonvilleFriday spendingthe sionary and Literary SDC. ety.- approximately \; > SMITH ,
Flossie Rosier. summer with her grandparents: presented Mrs. Carolyn Brown. Gainesville; 48 from Jacksonville f
"Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson. 45 from St. Augustine. Theme Park
J of'
Donald and Randall Reddish Spooner. Supervisor of the Alcoholicnprogram .
Karen and Steve Hardee attended the
adjoins Beach
Keystone a picnic
a .'
Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude of Union and Bradford Counties -'
birthday party for Christie Evans on and swimming facility on the shores (DEMOCRAT
)
Revilles and son Dewitt were Sunday speaker for their annual Labor' .
afternoon.Mr. Of beautiful Lake Geneva.
dinner guests of their grandparents, Saturday Day Program. .
, Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. and Mrs. Mark Newell of She pointed out to the group that'' ; .,.. t
America
Ecuador South home
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson) and her came work should be looked upon with pride I ,
daughter. Mrs. Daisy Boch, attended Aug. 26 and will be with their mother,. and being honorable to do and not as a' ';... Superintendent
Mrs. Martin and .
other relatives
for A patent for the tint typewriter
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Laura old ,
Homecoming at Baptist drag. Young and should accept '
two weeks. will be In
the United ,
They was granted English
Others who attended work \
Is
Church on Sunday. as a responsibility and it .
were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nor- States for about three months. They something that should be done with, engineer Henry Mill In .. .:
and will be leaving Sept. 8 and will start 1714 but no descriptionof of Schools
man and daughter Rhonda their pride, regardless of how small or
mother. Mrs. Ola Starling.Mr. their travels to New England, large the task. Labor Day really the machine survives.

and Mrs. Chuck Moore and sons Chicago, Minneapolis Washington, began when God created the Heaven Clay County .
D.C. and Charlotte NC. will .
They .
.of Hollywood, Fla. met their mother and Earth and rested on the seventh .
return to be with their mother and
Mrs. Fred Moore, at First Baptist day. God told us to make our living

Church in Starke Sunday' morningand other relatives at Thanksgiving. from the sweat of our brow. The '" 1 wens to Irave a wheel. *yMl that. provide quality

were her guests for dinner. They following area residents were recipients t duration for one ... lot of
Mrs. Fred Carter and daughter young -not jot a fancy
went to Lake City and were Sunday Mrs. Alicia Chesser visited her son- of donations from the society. .......... I wane qualified. people teaching ana .rvMog -
ari.r r araaauasrti..as sup
of their other Starke 6, Lawtey 2 1
overnight guests Hampton ,,
school.
in-law and daugher. Mr. and Mrs. auf tjfWmi-not_lot..political appoint
mother Mrs. Kathleen Copeland.Mrs. Pleasant Grove 1.
Hardee afternoon.Servicemen MrpolwaliHg. lot alii... .
Wayne on Sunday a HMO Iwanttohava high grading
Flossie Rosier and her son-in- Ebezener Baptist Church: Bible
and Mrs. standards, .high moral tfandordi and. nigh! ethical. stan
law and daughter, Mr. Study is held each Thursday at 7:30.
Henry Carter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning Worship dells. hi our school. syDam-not p.....iuIve suasion

Buddy Walkers in Alachua on Satur- 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
day afternoon.Mrs. Put your house on VOTE DURWOOD SMITH SUPERINTENDENT Sept.9
.
M Uf by Ca.a.y.Tr.iniFir. DurjQBd SIM* O mv.v'VV'ftv.cr
Fred Moore visited her Mai. Andrew K. Anderson, son of ElectLAWRENCE
low-energy
brother-in-law. Paul Moore. In St. Mrs. Lauran Moon Route 1. Melrose "r my ---- --

Vicents Hospital, Jacksonville on Fla., recently arrived at Fort Leaven- GRIFFIS -dietl
Thursday.Mr. worth. Kan., to attend the Regular Gordon's6th
and Mrs. Les McClellan and Course at the VS. Army Command County Commissioner .
sister, Mrl'! .' Elnora 'PrlvetL" visited and General Staff College.The Dlst. 3 Year of Sarvlcf

their sister, Mrs. Gladys Pringle, and 10-month course at the Army's Pd Pal, Ad\\ 47 i-4777
Mr. and Mrs. Burchfield Miller and senior tactical school Is designed to

daughter Merylyn of Sanford last produce graduates who are compe-

Sunday.Mrs. tent military problem solvers. Emphasis
Donle Pringle and Mrs. C.D. Is on career development for
Sellers Auburndale and Mrs. the officer's future duties as a senior

Pierce Crews were business visitorsin commander or staff officer. ..
Lake City on Wednesday. :!. ': .
Mrs. Fred Moore went to Tampa on : 'f1:' ::r

Friday and visited her sister, Mrs. Reserve Master Sgt. Rodney P. ,.f... .. '. \ .
Cecil Wade and while there they attended Hall of Starke. Fla., recently was ". Fall Vegetable and

the funeral of their niece.Miss graduated from the nonresident i Annual Plants Here NowfTOMATO )
Jennie Mathais of Plant City. course: at the U.S. Army Sergeants ::5'.

Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and her Major. Academy at Fort Bliss, Texas. PLANTS
daughter Mrs. Daisy Boch. visited The course combines two years of
her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and correspondence study with resident C
Mrs. Lynn Boch and Jennie on Saturday phases of instruction at the academy. Varieties, Get An Early 49

night. The occasion was to Students receive instruction on such, \.J Start. Tray
topics as small group communications
celebrate Jennie's second birthday.Mr.
,
and Mrs. Johnny Aguiar and the Army's enlisted personnel w

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Coleman .of management system resource MIX IN SOME GRO-JONE BEDMIX
Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon management and U.S. foreign policy.

with Mrs. Carl Prevatt and M!,. and Hall, his wife. Janice and parents '
for
eg14sa
Contains all the essential nutrients healthy plant growth.
Mrs. Truman Norman. ; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall, live on

Mrs. Dome Pringle and Mrs C.D. Route 5'to. 10 O98 25 "* I ms
Sellers of Auburndale, and Mrs. 189 498 0
Pierce Crews visited Mr. and Mrs. Bag Bag Bag ;till:


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Dr. Lntinfite Richardson: B.S..IJ.C:. 'PETERS>'ECIAL' SOLUBLE PLANT FOOD 9 -

Dr. WayneC. t'.alon. D.C. The favorite ot 4 out of 1#" 209

5 commercial growers, Reg. 3.09 : ;&iici'i'! '


, Keystone. Chiropractic Clinical I ITS ,;TIME FOR OIL SPRAY


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v Red spiders ft other Insect from wintering! aver bn your

Keystone Shops Suite .) shrubs. Apply before cold weather. .


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time with Mr. and Mrs." tommy Har Meng, has returned to Chattanooga' chance now to do just that. Classes music\ and playing instruments. Golden School Award Certificate last
Dolores Meng dy. where he Is a student at Tennessee are held at the school every Mondayand These classes are available every week In recognition and appreciationof
Phone 468-lIIS Temple College. Thursday evening from 7 until 10. morning from 8:30: until 9:30.: 1979-1980 participation In the School,
Hampton Lake Joyce Meng of Jacksonville spent Miss Claudette Peterson, the Instructor Mrs. Sharon Lavender MacNellle, Volunteer Program.
Senior Citizens CongratulationsCharles the weekend visiting her family and welcomes anyone wishing to Im- who became a bride during the sum- Among volunteers( who helped win;
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Hutto and Joy Williams friends here. prove their skills in reading writingor mer months- visits the school every this award were: Mabel Sanders
will hold their first meeting of the Fall Hutto of Hampton Lake are the proud math. This service; is free of Friday. The students are eager to JoAnn Horne, Diane Davis, Ingcr.
Season of a baby daughter Vicki Labor Day Celebration. charge. sing and learn about music from her. Campers, Jolene Friese, Kathy:Kenton -
on Friday, Sept. 5, at 2 p.m. parents ,
These meetings are held In the City who was born on Aug. 28 at AlachuaGeneral Mr.and Mrs. Joe Itiddick and familywere She and her husband reside In Carolyn Slater Annie Byrd'
Hall and are open for the enjoymentof Hospital. She weighed?liw. 2 hosts to a campout at their lake Music Program' Brooker. Shellia Padgett and Nancl Starling.
all those interested. oz. and measured 20 Inches. property over the weekend. Tommy Michael Woodfin Is again conduc- This award was signed by Kalplf
Paternal grandmother Is Maggie Thompson of Gainesville, Sheryl ting classes for those In the 6th and Golden School Award Turlington, and Is on display IIt..thtJ..
Congratulations Myrick ol Quincy Fla. Thompson of Starke, and a group of 7th grades Interested In learning band Principal Connie Clark received the school library .
Happy Birthday to Fred Peeples Paternal grandfather Is Willie friends from Jacksonville were
whose 7th birthday was on Sept. 4. Nathan Hutto of Tallahassee,Fla. among those enjoying the cookoutsand
Dottie Roberts celebrated her birth- Maternal grandparents are James celebrations. Donnie LoU with his
day on Sept. 4. A. and Amy Williams of Hampton. banjo entertained along with other
Happy Birthday to Leslie Brown friends. Cassie Cooper, Danny Rid- 0
who is 12 years old today, Sept. 5. Birthdays dick, and John Stanton performed
Debbie Roberts celebrates her birthday E.W. Hodges celebrated his birth with a water skiing pyramid on Sun.
today, and Tanya Nichols Is 12 day on Aug. 31 with a family get day. Friends and neighbors appreciated
years old today. together at their home. the colorful fireworks coming
Happy Birthday to Mary Ann from there at night. TIME
Reunion Parmenter and Scot Clark, who(
Glen Mattheus of Folkston, Ga., celebrated on Sept. 2. Hampton Elementary School
visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Adult Classes
Cecil Mattheus on Sunday. On Labor Back to School Adults In the community who have
Day they all went to Hart Springs Joe Meng who spent the summer not had the opportunity of completing A CHANGE
where they joined a large group of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul their high school education have the
relatives for the Annual Mattheus
Reunion. They all had a great time
with lots of good food and reminisc

ing.reunions They since have 1940.been attending these 4 % INTEREST? Elect a young man with the interestof


Fair Visitor
Mrs. Ruth Dennison and Mrs. Quality Built Homes Bradford County citizensat
Virginia Roark spent last week in the
Hiawassa Georgia area where they Payments As Low As $200 Per Month
enjoyed the State Fair with entertain-
ment coming from Nashville Tenn. For Qualified Buyers.Let heart.
On Sunday they visited her brother,

enjoyed Mr. Earl Price the beach in Jacksonville.and going They to Us Help You Qualify For 235.

Orange Park.In See Us Today.
Georgia they also spent some


Girl Scouts HoldRegistration Bob HarrisW(1If1wIDwIj LAWRENCEMOSLEY


NightsGirl ( ( s

Scouting is where the future
begins for girls 6-17 years of age. This
year more than ever before they will i
have(opportunity to become part ([Jf1WI30
of the oldest and largest worldwide i
organization for girls and women. :
This September special Girl Scout 964.5533
registration nights will be held at cen-
tral locations in each of the 15 counties Model Ready For Occupancy a
that is served by Gateway Girl ,
Scout Countil. Girls will bring special _
informant forms from school that
parents will need to fill out and bring County Commissioner
to Starke Woman's Club, September I
II, 7:30: p.m. or contact Carolyn ,REGISTERED VOTERS OF STARXE 7
Haves: 4-5812 or Laurie Mullins .
!HH-5646. District 1
Girls who were Girl Scouts last
year, as well as girls who have never I I. LoVonne Jackion, ask you for
been in the organization will be plac-
CIty

r' the opportunity to serve as your
l'd! in troops. They will be notified
later by the leader of the time and /" Commissioner from Group 3.
place of the troop meeting. This I Is my first effort for Public Of-
Girl Scouts meet in troops that are fie*. Ai a candidate I am not e.. Elect A Young .Man Who Will Be
hrokcn up into four levels: Brownies
alcs6-lI; Juniors 9-11; Cadettes 12-14; r pe-rlenced; however, In the past
und Seniors 1 -17. Their activities, at twenty years as a working female,

.4hvi ht a .qg.wgei.snd.ribilMies..revol||tlFref''L eompejency for vw;- ;0.1 I &pnx.xporjeisid; ; Slat pf FI rlda." !

ilrouhH fivfTtt)]br-artas mar affect Office of City Clerk: and Bradford AV.AILAH --alf
all parts of their lives. They are: County School Administration:
health and safety the arts, science
with this knowledge
dn+r therefore,
und technology, the out-of-doors, and
(he culture of people here and abroad. r' gained from working with public

Girl Scouts like most youth t officials, elected and appointed
organizations hove a continuing need members of work force, and ACCESSIBLETo
for adult volunteers. Even though the :4
more pressing need is for leaders and 01 general public. I request your vote
assistant leaders there are many on CITY ELECTION DAY.Hopefully .
other adult volunteer in Girl
Scouting. positions will have All The People : I'll be available to talk ,I
BALLOT a
Training is provided by the Girl your
Seoul Council for c'lIch'olul1lccr posi- MARK BY MY NAME.
tion. The adults in the organization to you about your problems and will, always
;also have I the opportunity to par '

ticipate1 seminars in and u variety workshops of trainings.that art [xLi J Lavonne Jackson keep you informed on what is going i

Reared toward the personal development
VOTE..horclee Your Right as a Citizen
of the individual. on in the County. 1
Girl; Scouting is where! the future r
begins for girls and adults. September ?. 1980 1

-Tinted----I'enloi-ostiil-----Church------. fd Poi' Ad* b, ,...... JothtoitELECT Lawrence Mosley will work closely'c: !

:2(14( N.; Water Street
I'iislor: Rev 11.1. WellsHi474.MI {!
with other Commissioners to solve

Sunday School Hi a in. KvaiiflHistic: !! 1
Service ;:::11I. Wednesday Uil>Study problems of Bradford residents.
7:30.Special:: .
Kviinitelistie: Service i Friday
7ln.:: Uro. inllin.; / .
KverjoneweleoMH': Obey Ails:2m.:: My Opponent Says I'm SupportedBy

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First Vn. :Methodist LAWRENCEGRIFFIS Special Interest Groups. Well, I Am !

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My Special Concern Is For The People !

Tlio Srrmim 'Inpie fur the Sept 7 ;
niirrnuiR! worship. service, u ill In1 "Tin1.
I t'II'I"'akahh'| < 'l'ut'e.'hi Ih,' Uev.W.irrrii Your Of Bradford County.
Lunger: Diinnii: tin MTVKVwill
In I he .II.'all"lI; ol I HIV sew
church III..arSIIIIlI.I County Commissioner 1
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WHO HAVE SPECIAL
)' <>\ erring| service'* \1\ill District 3 ,
"resume Scil.| 7. 7 p in. the sermonInpie ..
w ill IK- I'he Treasures.
The :MVK l are pluming!! II "UilTII! INTERESTS AND NEEDS.
KKV: IVAi." Sept. 7-lu. h"linnllll.lIh! !
a *|>eiiil, dinner sue oil parents mill The Son Of Beatrice And The Late x
Juinlli :ut 1111111 in I the li'lliivtslup lull.
I'here will Ina series ul uueslIHMker Pete Griffis Of Starke
of special| interest ,In Hit LAWRENCE
\"ul h. The puhlio i i" invited Lifetime Resident Of Bradford County MOSLEY
Ke !miunK SlIlIIhl Sept. 7. Iheri1u
III liti i new cl.isn toe>dung adults III Young Independent Businessman In "
and n"""', The ,'1.1"" will meet HI I liechiSM'iHiin Has a genuine desire to serve as your
incite church nil II'"* Hev The Poultry Industry.
l.iinter and Lee IliirdeiilironK vill hi1
leaders PJ.m In tunic and 1 lirnu': u I Commissioner 1.
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Ini'nil HIIuu ciin help d"l'III"1I11 mudvami

1 cliiiw iii'liMlies. In Talking To The Citizen Of Bradford County
:\lot'tier's 11,1Iul. pi-up-iim!! will ,
'Ix\\eilneMl.iy-gin Sept, IIlIdl"rid.I.U.iti..I"r le" ill 11:111::t. in 12.111: each. I Have Found That Improper Or.ln'lllncl Poor Please Vote For Lawrence Mosley on Sept 9th.

this 1 Ii 1 me \will include stories' traits. Graded Road Conditions
trip to the library and online. mil Ira Among Soma Of The

and Thin iii kiiidernarleii for children helweeneiri: \Hoi) iii:lriiiiinilendline ; < Major'Problems In Our Area. For A Change In Your ,

I" Sept, 5. These are.p"r.olt".m..tha" I would! like to help .


correct. r.
--:: -' County Government; ,
If fewer peopld are buy ing hornet these days, it'i .
not because of a lack of \ PO POI Ad.Pd
interest but becauseof Will Be Greatly Appreciated. for ";U :' ; M..V He Will Listen To You/ / /

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4 a / Starke Man' 20 Draws 90 Years in Prison ., ""t

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For Shooting of 2 RFC Employees in RobberyA


20-year-old( Starke man was lies a mandatory three sentence
year $1,000 from the cash register Hum- raised his
to shoot her.
sentenced to BO yean In state prison because a firearm was used, beforehe phrey,according to testimony,forced gun I
by Bradford County Judge Ewe S. can be considered for parole and Smith and Harris Into the cooler and "When I
to him him
Sander last Friday. Aug. 29, at the consecutive 30-year sentences: for the began firing at them with a .22-caliber chair he had went with a
a at chest. I
gun my
Bradford County Courthouse In attempted murder of KFC assistant
pistol] Smith was struck In the arm heard click
a the gun snapped and I
Starke. manager Julia Ann Harris, 19, of
and lay still playing dead. hit him with the "
'chair. Harris
Starke,and for the attempted murderof Harris testified at the trial that she testified.At that I
point Humphrey fled
Ralph James Humphrey, former another restaurant employee,
a slouched down
then raised up and the
be
employee of the Starke: Kentucky Gerald Smith, .8, of Starke. chased Humphrey back Into the dinIng hours scene later.only to captured three
Fried Chicken Restaurant, was found Testimony was presented at the room. While climbing over a
guilty July 30 by a circuit court Jury. trial that Humphrey had forced Har- counter,Harris testified,she was shot Harris and Smith were hospitalized
He was sentenced to 30 years on each ris and Smith to reopen the restaurantlast twice. She then picked up a chair to for some time. She still has a bullet
", sal rWhat count for armed, robbery which car- Feb. 10 at 9:43 p.m. After taking strike at Humphrey, but the assailant lodged In her right shoulder blade.
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,.s. j Laivtey to Buy Motorcycle to Cut Patrol Costs .


a Mess !
("1= 3 The Lawtey City Commission voted ference of 48 miles to the gallon by using Jackson stated a neW motorcyclewould Jackson stated It was hoped that by
:Soldiers; unanimously to purchase a used the motorcycle compared to the cost$5,200. using the motorcycle that the patrolcar
BI34p! last survey Thurlday.the wreckage of the Army VIM helicopter\ which crashed near motorcycle for the police departmentat patrol car. He stated the used cycle was fully could be used for another year or
'"" -- .. .. a cost of$2,300 after listening to a Last month gasoline cost $232.20 as equipped except for the radar unit two, thus saving the city more moneyon
report that the motorcycle would save compared to $3906 for the same which the city \uses and may transfer buying a new patrol car at this
money on gasoline at the monthly number of miles patrolled if a motor- back and forth between the patrol car time.
meeting of the commission,Tuesday., ,cycle was used, a savings, according and motorcycle. Jordon pointed out that the motorcycle
II Chopper Crashes at Blanding Sept. 2. to Jackson, of 19314. Jackson said the used motorcyclewas was a good investment and that
Lt. Sonny Jackson presented a'month.loDl Jackson pointed out that the motor- a 1973 Harley Davidson model. If found impractical to use. the city
study to illustrate how cycle would bring a yearly savings of He also stated a new 1981 would cost would have no trouble selling It.
F iAll: six much money a motorcycle would $2,317. He stated the company he contacted $6,200 but that the firm he had been Commissioner Marvin Rosier,after
crewmen escaped serious Camp Blanding, a National Guard save the City of lawtey in gasoline In Jacksonville has used
( when a dealing with had offered a $500 dis- the lengthy discussion, made the motion
Jury an Army helicopter crash- post, "to vary the terrain" used for compared to the current patrol car. motorcycle which has just been trad- count on the 1981 model. to Buy the used motorcycle,Com-
led and burned In a Camp Blending lim squad's instruction because "the He stated the motorcycle has the ed in by the Jacksonville Police Dept. Jackson. along with Police Chief missioner Wayne Massey seconded,
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JSR-230 pine thicket less than 100 yards from area we usually fly is even flatter and capacity to get 55 to 58 miles to the and that the firm has agreed to offer M.M. (Butch) Jordon, assured the and the proposal carried 5-0.
Thursday Aug. 28, while has less relief than Blanding gallon of gas compared to the 8 to 10 the City uf Lawtey a guarantee that If board that in Inclement weather the Clerk Lucille Shuford announcedthat
in routine
-engaged a training exert Ft. Stewart Asst. Public Information miles per gallon the patrol car,which the motorcycle was traded In within patrol car would be used. qualifying for the Tuesday, Dec.
'I8e. officer Jim Driscoll said the 24th has over 50,000 miles on It,gets at the two years after purchase that the Jordon assured the board that both 2, Lawtey City Election would com-
):One soldier was hospitalized In Aviation and 24th (Mechanized) are present time.Jackson trade in value of the cycle would be he and Lt. Jackson were experienced mence, Tuesday, Sept. 30, and close
Jacksonville Memorial Hospital over "ready to be the first bunch to
kept pointed out there is a dif $2,300. motorcycle drivers. Tuesday, Oct. 14.Hampton's .
flight for treatment of
a minor back go' in the event of a military
:ai ment,according to Public Informa emergency or threat to national
,tion officers at Ft.Stewart Army base defense.However,he said the mission
;4n Hlnesville, Ga. which led to the crash was "Just a New Water System Dedicated Aug. 1 O .
!$The Jet turbine aircraft was practicing -' training mission and nothing more."
; "nap of the earth flying," He said UH-1 helicopters are more
;slightly: above tree-top level without frequently used for troop transportation Dedication ceremonies were held distribution and supply system with tensions, according to Kelly. Hampton City Council
the
instrumental guidance, when it errand work and training exer- Wednesday, Aug. 19, for the town of the new system Including 2 new well Farmers Home Administration provided following rate schedule adopted for
:descended,ripped through a 150 yard- cises than full-scale combat missions.In Hampton for their newly remodeled pumps, 1 complete new well and a the money for the project first 3,000 gallons$3 for:the$7.50 the
next
long stand of pines and finally slamm- the past UH-1 craft had been out- water new 2,000
system. pressurized water tank. Some through a $91,300 loan and a $167,100
gallons, $3 for the next
j oed to earth at approximately 2 p.m. fitted as gunships complete with ar- The$258,400 project replaces an old 19,000 feet of lines have been install grant. Kelly pointed out some money, and 60 cents for 3,000 gallons,
SAthougti, crewman had time tosacspe moring, rocket pods and artillery, ac- system that had deteriorated to the ed, including a 17,000 foot original approximately $13.000, may be left consumed above every the 8,000 1.000 gallons gallon
: burned the copter probably Ignited cording to UF-ROTC Colonel Rice. point of no return.Jerome Kelly, project agreement, along with additional over after the project is completed, figure.
tend to cinders within minutes The choppers were designated AH-1 project engineer and says.: lines to serve Hampton although the exact amount will be
"4Jf the crash, according to 24th Bat- (attack) craft during the Vietnam Kelly,pointed out managerj e newt Elementary School and two other ex- determined later.
:talion Training officer William McAr-' conflict and were used as substitute
,Jhur.The. warships for the Army's larger Cobra
V, helicopter was assigned to the attack copters, the Colonel said. Rice Former Resident Hosts TV Show In Sarasota ,A y r''' F1ELl-o T 4EF E:
i 94th Aviation Battalion of the 24th Infantry pointed out UH-1 AH-1 and Cobra
}: Division (Mechanized) which copters were smaller models than the Mary Ann Duke, former resident of agent
'''are both based In South Georgia. The "Jolly Green Giant" jet airships used the North Florida area (Archer j;Mrs. Duke, who Is also an elementary -
;24th Aviation Battalion is head- in last October's failed hostage rescue Gainesville, Keystone Heights and school teacher, wrote several of
C quartered at Fort Hunter Army Airbase attempt in Iran. Jacksonville) Is the hostess of a week. the scripts for the show and Is the producer
in Hlnesville, while The crash will be Investigated by an ly 30 minute television show entitled of the six segments which will
''',nit, the 24th Infantry Division Ft. Stewart Army Air Safety Center Latter-day Messages" on Cable be aired through the month of August.
Mechanized) Is headquartered at team to determine the accident's Channel 4 In Sarasota. The Duke Mrs. Duke graduated with honors Thomas Edison introduced the UM of "hello" ai the
jFort Stuart In Savannah roughly 40 cause. At press time neither a reason family moved from Jacksonville toe, from the University of North FloridaIn standard telephone convention opening. At first,
'miles away. for the crash nor the names of the Sarasota In August 1979 when Mr. Jacksonville in 1978. She Is the people would preface phone calls with such phr.... ..
'., McArthur said the combat unit and crewman involved had been released Duke transferred with his Job with the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Tompkins "Are ready to t.lkl'. .
)ts helicopter had been dispatched to State as a Worker's Compensation of Archer.Mr.Duke's mother is you
Mrs. Ila Duke also of Archer.,

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PARMENTER..


School Board Member 1 It's time*, .


} District 4 met
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t DO YOU WANT! ,1 our family


Take the one on the left. It's our

'; A MAN who can "' NO when tough NAPA economy muffler at
say ?
necessary just $00.00. Or the $00.00 NAPA
.

;" Then Re-elect PAR_ (ENTER ,[ ;.; ; -,,=:\ muffler.glasspack.Finally.The $00.00 our top-quality universal

A MAN :. '" original equipment replacement
who has
a college degree in
accounting : ; \ muffler. You can't buy a better
;, \\i r muffler-anywhere. (Prices do not
::. Then Re-elect PARMENTER ', { !::* include Installation and may varyat
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; *. A MAN who has practical business ,; ";, ( participating dealers.)
management '
So drive in. .we re probably Just) .
? Then around the corner. And let us
experience Re-elect PARMENTER h'i, professionally install the muffler.

:: A MAN who has children in the school system? : :'::tJ; of your choice.


; Then Re-elect PARMENTER N'P1a; : ; i'' 4NAP! exhaust systemsNAPA


: A MAN who DOES NOT and IS NOT represented by a' |

interest' Pricpt may vary at pn'ticioalmg" (cfll, f.
special group? Then Re-elect PARMENTER

A MAN products. Advertised nationally..sold and serviced
who
has
worked to bring about change In our ,in over 20.000 locations. See your NAPA Gold Hat Pro todayINSERT .


;'.', school system' ? ''Then Re-elect PARMENTER ( DEALER'NAMES'AND LOCATIONS)

.* A MAN who has consistently voted to keep your taxes

down .Then Re-elect PARMENTER' We want your exhaust system business.


A MAN who Is truly interested in quality educationfor every


child in ,Bradford.County? Then Re-elect PARMENTER Heath Auto Service ,Shuford American StationHwy

A MAN 301 N. Comer Hwy 301 N. & SR.'225
who has
a proven record of getting the job done? Lawtey. Fla. Lawtey, Fla.

I' Then Re-elect PARMENTER 782-3067 782-3757

'* A MAN who is Qualified Sincere and Concerned "I '
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;L' Then Re-elect PARMENTER .. ".", ; r :.',::' Holiday Inn" Gulf"I. '. Gerald's' Fina, Station n

I 1011 N. Temple Ave, l 709 S. Walnut St.
.If you want to keep progressing then
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: Starke; Fla. Starke, Fla. A

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Little Finsers do Fast Work in Vo- Tech 1'yping' ..


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-- don't reach'a certain physical size, any excuses other than legitimate I.
Mary Baker giddily admits she hada and I guess If you can get used to that, many people think you haven't readied ones caused by special physical pro. I
problem getting her feet on the you can get used to anything," she a normal emotional level or in- blems." -
ground when she first enrolled in laughed. telligence level...I guess it's real easy Miss i Rosenberg justifies her no-
Della Rosenberg's Vo-Tech Center "The main reason I'm doing this to suppose that anyone sized like a nonsense rbach by saying "the
I typing class. It seems that few (classroom work) Is to get a better child must behave like one too. The (handicap Sap ) girls are here to learn
classroom chairs and tables fit three- job, make more money, the usual one thing big people forget Is that we and there don't get any more babying -
foot-eight-inch tall typists like Mary thing," she said. grow every way but up, just like than anyone in the class.. .
comfortably. The diminutive 19yearold "A lot of people have had a harder everybody else and sometimes a lot At the same time, though
initially had trouble keeping her time than I nave," she pointed out. faster because we usually have more Rosenberg's thinking extends to any
I' balance when she pounded away on "I can walk use both my hands, ,, problems to tackle just to survive/' unusual needs her. special students, .
her electric typewriter because her speak..a lot of people can't... I figureif Y If a single facet of Mary's personality may have. .
feet dangled nearly 18 inches above other people with handicaps see me h -s... does stand out Its probably "We try to be realistic about the
the floor. doing this,maybe they'll give It a try I her wit.She says her main problem in 'amount of progress handicapped
Ted Oglesby solved the matter easi- too," she explained. '. Della Rosenberg's class b "paying students can make in a given periodof
ly enough though, by building a attention rather than jabbering with time and we pretty much let them
footstool for her from materials Mary hopes to get her high school the girls who sit next to me." When set their own pace.And we try to help,
donated by Jackson's Building Supp-- diploma in October and then stay on Telegraph Interviewer asked her to when we can. -
ly. And once Mary gets a chair that at Vo-Tech until she's satisfied with '. spell out her name In hopes she "Anyone who needs special attention -
suits her a little better than the one her business skills proficency She wouldn't notice he hadn't paid enough In my class, gets it," said,
she now uses she expects to acquirethe hopes she'll never have to return to attention when she introduced Rosenberg. '
business skills her employer sent another Job waiting tables like the one herself, Baker glibbly mouthed "We'll do everything we can to.
her to learn. she tried for a while not long ago M..A..R..Y. make things right for anybody who
Mary began her training after her And she hopes her scholastic progress Della Rosenberg doesn't put up'' wants to learn, she promised.
supervisors at the Bradford Florida won't be interrupted by surgeryor with too much horseplay In Mary's Mary Baker says she can certainly
State Employment Service office felt hospitalization as it has been In the typing class, which includes other testify to the truth of her teacher's'
she could be better placed In a career past. Her last confining spell kept her several handicapped and physically assertion because, after all, she got
position if she had basic secretarial in body cast for nearly eight months limited students besides Baker. Miss her stool. She figures the small
skills. Unlike many handicapped people after doctors tried to correct im- .r Rosenberg says she "keeps( ) the wooden footrest will really come in
Mary figured she'd give it a shot properly knit bones in her legs. She pressure on all the girls and makes) handy when she leaves Vo-Tech to go' .
without any particular worry about says she's not looking forward to them do the work.., I don't put up with back to work. .
failing or drawing stares from other future visits because of the effects of :,
students. the last one. Her father leaves the :
"People come up to me and ask me scheduling and decision to go in her
if I'm a midget wrestler all the time hands and as a result Mary admits

Well-balanced Typist.Mary Conservation Comments ---.::: I

f'",; Baker gets ready for work with the help of a special footstool built by Ted
Oglesby from materials donated by Jackion's Building Supply
by Bern Smith A new member has been appointedto

she's"missed" her last several semi- voiced at the last "Little People's Soil Conservationist serve on the Bradford Soil and
WIEtIRN Convention" In Los Angeles in 1976. Water Conservation District (SWCD:;
annual visits.
Mary insists that being small reallyisn't During the national conclave, which Bradford SWCD NewsCongratulations Board of Supervisors. At the Conser4vstion
deal She brought people less than four feet tall are due to Miss District's last monthly
that big a says .
anyway. Sheila of Graham. Sheila has meeting held on Aug. 11, Mr. Colon D.
she was "the biggest baby my Mom together for a discussion of shared interests Starling
been awarded first in the Joiner was appointed to fill one of the
birth-weight and and the usual conventioneerIng place
had, at ten pounds
j was normal in every way until she tomfoolery, a Los Angeles Times Florida Association of Conservation vacancies existing on the Board. Mr.
r stopped growing at 18 months. She feature story reported the two most Districts (FACD) State Speaking Joiner is Manager of Accounting and
her upbringing was as normal as often heard complaints at the gather- Contest, which was held in Palm Reporting Systems at the Jacksonville and;-
says childhood could be In a house with Ing concerned normal people's Ignorance Beach on Aug. 13. The speech Sheila Sectional Mail Center. He
any four brothers and three sisters.In of the lesser-sizeds maturityand prepared and delivered was judgedthe his family have been residents of
P fact there's little out of the ordinary intellectual ability.As best over five other participantsfrom Bradford County since 1971.
about Mary, other than her actor Billy Barty, a featured all over the State. For the winning -
size. She seems remarkably free of performer In more than 100 films and speech,Sheila received$175 cash, If you are not familiar with the

the resentment many small people television programs put it, "if you a $100 scholarship and a plaque. subdivision Bradford SWCD of the it State Is a governmental of Florida. It

I was organized in I860 for the purposeof
I developing carrying out a program
YOU "' /f of conservation of Bradford
I County's soil and water resources.
'
AUTO I' The District U operated and managed
CONTACT by the local people.Five non-salaried,
KNOWBy ; locally elected public officials are
.h charged with the task of coordinating:
\\k "a: r.A: EMPIRE FOREST the efforts of ail organizations and Individuals

Gene RossQ. in conserving the County's
natural resources. The USDA Soil
Support PRODUCTS INC. Conservation Service (SCS) providesthe
Whenever I apply the District with technical assistance'and
O.A."JrrWinburn) : brake. on my 1976 Ford the District sets the priorities for
Elite I hear a' strange We Want To Buy Your Pine ':: ihI the SCS services In Bradford County,
For the Florida Senate. noise coming. from the .$;t"

He's On Your Side, front end and feel a And Hardwood P I Other Conservation District Super-
vibration in the steering IPWOOd. : visors include: Jim Faulkner, chairman
Get On His Mhccl.. It must be u broke .- ..> Royce Joyner, vice chairman,
problem but what? Sawtimber And Pine. Poles. .,' and Greg Alvares secretary-
the one Florida Senate candidate .\. Your. .problem mmmltt. treasurer. The Board holds Its
Support take your side on every Issue. tike ,u .warped| rotor, A regular monthly meetings on the second -
wont hurt (lie Call Us For A Good Price
Support the one candidate whose Inde- ur"ccI"r > Monday of each month.They are
flu .pluccM needed fur I lie and the
to the public supervisorsinvite
pendent farming business helps keep him Imikc puds In tfrip.' To Check: And A Supervised Logging open your participation at the next
Independent of special Interest ties. the rotor yon will need: u cllul meeting to be held on Monday Sept.
Support the candidate who Is running to Uulleulor which CUll tell: vim Operation. 8, at 8 p.m. in the R"ArifnM /v.
serve; not to get. If the: rotor IK even unitHtnootli For more information on the
or nut Pluee: : .the CALL OR WRITE: District phone 964- 280, ext. 289.
Indlcuior MI the lip. of the
Winburn In Brief
gauge IH uuulnst lie tiruklngKiirfucc Steve CarterLake
of the rotor.Vlien'
Draining Around the Home.
lorn Junv 27, 1932; Mayo, Florida. Iducalion the rotor IH turned, the water In
City Area ManagerPO Flooding and standing yards,
lafa/.tt. High School. Unlv.nity of Florida. gauge/ will Indicate unyvurluiloim driveways and gardens is a
Children Mark. 30; Bradl.y. 17. ANilloflonsAm.rican In the mirfueeAlto In Bradford
check If the Box 1751 Lake City, Fla. 32055 widespread problem
Legion; Shrlncn Mason: Florida to wee County because much of the county Is
Farm Bureau, former director. Church Baptist rotor hurt high and low spots 904-752-7188 OFFICE poorly drained flatwoods.Careful site
former Sunday school teacher and icoutmoMcr. III Its tlllLkllCHH. Till tUlleunne selection Is the best way to avoid
Military S.rvlc. U.S. Air Fore In Korea I the MUIIIC .problems 904-752-1068 HOME future problems. However, there are
volunteer. *.cr.etloi Hunting! and camping u WU'JI.tl: l roior If the rotor certain things homeowners can do to
IIku heck the from
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overcome these soil limitations and
Support O.A. "|r." Wlnburn \\lieel f feurings. if.they tire protect their investments..

For Florid Senate District live, Dem. 11II"4"ull".nl.. Hiolil. they; .mil ElectSandra Hauling In flU to elevate foundations
the
cuime I rotor :
,driveways and septic tanks a

O... Wlnbum, c.....'..*IMorn .. ,.._ S. Norman common practice. Also the depres-
(...,....-....24.2804'204..1994 i sions on the site left by the clearing
;:'.: I.Adv.I>'W"" ,........C.rp.In' '...w..Ia.. .,....... Automotive Parts Center Supervisor of Elections operation can be filled It's In to reduce
STARKE standing water.' -important to
grade the fill so that water will be carried
away to a suitable outlet. Be
Friendly/ Courteous careful not to block any natural

Service To All or you 'may open
& Efficient yourself to a law suit if you flood someone
else out. Use suitable fill

Give A Will Work Hard To Perform materials -and I when building up
roadbeds or foundations remove any
ATTENTIONVoters The Duties Of This Office. high organic or mucky soil before adding '
Woman
Working the fill.
I Am Capable If there is a suitable outlet, a property
A Chance And Qualified To Do designed system of drainage
ditches or subsurface drain pipe can
The Job!f successfully remove excess water.
Any existing drains should be main-'
Pd. Pol.Adv Pd for by Send Norman tamed to operate at peak efficiency.
The School Board Election Is



County Wirie. ElectTRAVIS


All Registered Democrats Can Vote! .


WOODS

Please Go To The Polls Know ;



That With Your Active Support City CommissIoner'Group 5 .;-




And HelpTogether

Qualified Dependable Family ManA*. ChristianYour

We
vote and support will be greatly appreciated' on September 9th.|


Can Make The System Better i I will honor your faith and trust by'serving you to the very best of

my ability and working',with you to make the city of Starke a better


Vote to ElectRICHARD community which to live and a city which offers hope and

opportunity to our children.

W. ODOP1


t School Board Dist. Vote----- Elect .---- TRAVIS WOODS, ---- Sept. 9tF|



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High pay for correctional officers, placed In the same bargaining unit fractions (DOC) to attract and retain' --
.:-closing of three overcrowded prisons the committee recommends. qualified personnel who can establish .
:5; including 'The Rock and a continua Smith stated correctional officers professional relationships with In
Ing governor's panel on the prison begin at $9.867 a year while the ,mates. He added this Is an Important .. : -
:: system Marine Patrol Patrol ..
are recommendation of a Highway and I factor in prison stability. --
.: member state study panel to 1m- university police start at 12470. Continuing the program outlined In ... ... -- *
::: conditions in Florida "This is the :
pove prisons. an Inequity committee the settlement of the Michael Costello ,
.r: Estimated to cost some$4$million, has called Intolerable and a disgrace. Pj -
prison overcrowding suit, at a cost of ,
t the three It Is the w.iI. \ : ::: ,
recommendations major reason turnover some $23 to $30 million was the second '4 L -
..: presented Aug. 25 to Gov. Bob among correctioal officers statewide of the committee's three recom- / fa5
i': ; Graham were outlined to news media Is now 51 percent," Smith said. mendattons. Costello, and a numberof FREE COOLING '
Wednesday afternoon. Sept 3, by "It's obvious we are on a turnover'' other Inmates, filed a federal court I." 7'= THE WYERAmJVI"
: Florida Attorney General Jim Smith treadmill and I'm certain we'll stayon suit more than seven years ago.A set- .. SURVEY SA J
fc' In a press conference at Florida State it until salaries and other carecr- tlement was reached earlier this year '' P., t \N'
: Prison. 'plan Incentives are established for between the inmates and the DOC, I' 1' EXPERTS UNDERSTAND'
: Smith one of the members of the prison work which Is every bit as and approved by federal Judge I
: study panel,acted as a spokesman for dangerous and life-threatening as line Charles R. Scott. I f ?p&fi&M HIGH ELECTRIC BILLS TWE --
:: the panel!just as he arrived at FSP tot police work" Smith said. "This settlement, which binds the I Ci. < .
hold the third and final phase of the Smith outlined a plan to merge the state to a formula for determining PROVIDE CARRIER
: commltee's work Wednesday,Sept.3, Correctional Standards Council with maximum Inmate population, calls I"" '
rand. Thursday. Sept. 4. the Police Standards Council In for the closing of three existing house I I SOLUTIONS! j
First recommendation outlined by answer to a reporter's question. He Ing facilities..by 1983"Smith stated. D AIR ii'I
Smith would cost$18 million to Imple- added the merger plan may be dif- Two of the units are at Union Correctional COMPLFrfv' 'WATER COOLED HEAT PUMPS I
ment. That recommendation was to ficult to establish because It Is oppos- Institution Including the INSTALLED
improve the salaries of correctional ed by some elements of law enforce* portion known as The Rock the oldest GAS COMBO UNITS
officers and those who work in probation ment personnel. prison. The third Is Hendry Correctional $ 6 ( iOO MEAT PUMPS
and parole. These employees Smith stated higher pay will do Institution In South Florida. 90
'. should be paid at the same level as more than end the turnover problemit ,"It Is .my opinion, as attorney ONLY IO INCLUDES/ DUCT WORK 1 e CARRIER UNiTS DESIGNED FOR YOU!!
other law enforcement personnel and will. enable the Department of Cor- general, that the settlement is WE I OIu110"NICtftSAI lratlN "' ) j
reasonable and fair to the state and tltttlKAt WO [
the Inmates. We must see it throughto EFFICIENCY .I I I
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the satisfaction of the. court"
7' 7 Court Appointed CommitteeWas Smith said. .
The member panel took note of
the governor's personal Interest in
improving the prison system; Its \

Due To Report On F SPA third completion recommendation of the committee's urged work the \C." '." ,

:with receive Gov. Graham continuing to \1'\O\G" Air; I"dl'M'I -
third-party input.
; five-member court appointed turnover rate of corrections officers. "The law establishing the committee COO" Serving Noraeast"
committee was to present a Brlerton told the panel that most of provides a means for this by PAR Florida from S locations
: Judge report to Circuit Court the inmates at FSP had experienced allowing the governor to name acitizen's PHONE
R.A.. (Buzzy) Green, Jr. serious adjustment problems at other advisory committee. We 9647701Solid
Wednesday night, Sept. 3, as this Institutions were on Death Row or think he should avail himself of his opportunity ''-- -- .
paper went to press on ways to' were serving mandatory long-term to continue monitoring the -
remedy dangerous conditions 'at sentences. Improvements in the system and spot ..l .)- :
'Florida. State Prison. DOC Secretary Louie Wainwright, signs of potential trouble. ," Smith j : j;;;
Details of that report will be said. *1
acting on the advice of his attorneys J 9-M
presented In the Sept.. 11 edition of this did not appear before the committee .. : .
paper. during Interviews of
prison adminis- -
Judge Green ordered and ap- trators Thursday. Aug. 29. I
pointed the committee to study the Judge Green ordered the DOC to I
conditions at Florida State Prison give the panel access to all Inmates,
after 8 inmates filed three civil suits personnel,records and facilities at
seeking to upgrade living conditionsat FSP but instructed the panel to keep
FSP. the Information confidential. ..
One of the committee.memblfrs,. ? Vernon Bradford, DOC-ipokeuaan 1" -- '' ._ .,. + wNv
9 S.R.-Johns, a"retired-correcttonaf of- told the media that the departmenthas h I.
ficer, suffered a heart attack shortly given the panel a great deal of In- l
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after the committee started its work formation. including records of past 1
and has been hospitalized. He workedon assaults and escapes at the prison.
death row for 33 months. X741P
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The suits were filed by Assistant
Public Defender Shon A. Saxon In
behalf of Inmates James A. Vann Inmates Charged in
Larry Anderson, Harry Mungin N''
Willie Middleton, James Sparks,
Price.William Hill,Phillip Elliott and Floyd. FSP MurdersTwo Fall fabrics with

They testified before the court last Florida Prison convicts were
June 5-6 about violent conditions at charged Monday Sept. 1. with first .
FSP where there lives are constantly, degree murder In separate incidents. "::\\,1", () a message. .
placed in jeopardy. Hilbert Lee Walker 29. was charged ; ? lsrsfi .ri
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Three murders have been commit- with the stabbing death Sunday, ." '', '
ted at FSP since the original suit was Aug. 31, of fellow convict Johnny i
filed last go creative by making it yourself
May including death. of an Braxton also 29. Braxton was found ,
: Inmate Sunday, Aug. 31. stabbed seven or eight times as In- the
savings will double pleasure!
The panel toured FSP Friday,Aug. mates on K-wing were going to your
,: 29, and have held briefings from in- breakfast according to prison
mates their families and a number of records. ,
the. prison personn l. Walker has been serving a 60-year PolyesterDoubleknif l 100% Polyester
Former FSP Superintendent David prison term for rape and armed robbery
H. Brlerton, now inspector general from Escambla County. Brax
for the State Department of Correc- ton at the time of his death,was serv-
tions based in Tallahassee, and DOC' ing a 20-year sentence for robbery Double Knit
regional Director Ramon Gray of from Hillsborough County.'
Gainesville testified Thursday Aug.
28, that one of the major contributors Four murders have taken place at Top Weights
to violence at the prison Is the high FSP since January., 1 3 Yards 2- for/

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I FOR GIGGLES i supPh Hospital Gainesville Tuesday after following a long illness. Born InLeesvllle
i noon, Aug. 28. Bom In Knoxville. S.C.,. June 10, 1906, Mr !
AI1D' 1. Ad rerr1iae! ) t Tenn. Sept. 20, 1888, and a pioneer In Hallman moved here In 1966 from
the dairy farming Industry In'the Chattanooga, Tenn. He retired In iwo
I GOOD.nMES"I Call Mr Stollzluslived as an agent for the Fruit Growers&$: I
FRESHFrom l'lnPennsylvanla ;for moat of his press Co., was a member of the '.
I I life. He moved to Keystone Heights in Melrose Lodge No. 89, F&AM, a past
I 0 I 1972 from Douglasvifie, Pa., and was a master of the lodge, a member(of the
I Boat To You T0d0J member of the Park of the Palms Keystone Chapter,No. 279, OES and

4111t____ .-__, Church. was a member of the Keystone
Survivors Include his wife, EvelynR. Heights Community Church.
.Stoltzfus; a daughter, Anna Monroof Survivors include his wife, Sarah
to Tempe, Ariz.; 2 Eons, Homer L. Kelly Hallman; 3 brothers, Carrol W
\. 3 S Stoltzfus Jr.of Keystone Heights and. Hallman, Victor Hallman and'Odell
o Earl W. Stoltzfus of Ocean City, N.J.; B. Hallman all of Leesvllle. S.C.; 3
3 sisters Minnie & Nettie Stoltzfus, sisters, Mrs. Eula Mae Long ai\4Mn.
( both of Westchester. Pa. and Kate Mary Melr both of Leesville,S.C.and
( e -'.l .6 ELECT. Stoltzfus of Keystone Heights, 11 Mrs. Ruth Black of Florahome, Flu
11 \.0 Price varies Dally 0"98 a grandchildren and 7 great grand- Funeral services were held at 3
children. p.m. Friday, Aug. 30, in the Community .
Size Available
According To DURWOOD SMITH Funeral services were held at 10:30: Church with Rev. Buddy C

(Democrat) a.m. Saturday Aug.30, In the Park of Friedlin and Rev. Leamon Ward officiating .
We Do Accept Food Stamps the Palms Chapel with Mr. Ernest Burial was in Keystone
Superintendent of Schools Woodhouse, Mr. James Gilbert and Heights Cemetery with masonic rites

Clay County Mr. Robert Mojonnier officiating. conferred by his lodge. In lieu of
Burial was In Keystone Heights flowers, the family requests that
'FERRET'SFishing Vote County WideI Cemetery, with arrangements under donations be made to the American
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones Cancer Society. DeWitt C. Jones
I have taught grades 7, 8. 9. 10:II and 12 during Funeral Home. Funeral Home was In charge of the
the past 10 years compared with my opponent who t arrangements.
& Hunting taught 7 years over 25 years ago. I know the needs '
of our students. Sam J. Humphries Jr. Joseph A. Stein, Sr.

tudents should not|lust be pushed along from'one grade to the other|lust because they Same J. Humphries, Jr. age 55, Joseph A. Stein, Sr., age 92, died in1 1 !
ShopSR ore there. They should be proficient before' they are promoted to the next grade. ,was killed Tuesday evening in an auto a Gulfport,Miss. nursing home Saturday -'I

When grading standards or*lowered1 schools arm going down. DURWOOD SMITH wants accident near Melrose on Highway 28. Aug. 30, following a lone illness. I
4733801OPEN standards kept high and everybody (teachers, parents, and students) to work hard to He lived in Keystone Heights near Lit- Born in Haverstraw, N.Y. on Sept, 8,1 I
HEIGHTS
KEYSTONE help students meet high standards.VOTE tle Lake Geneva, moving to Keystone 1887, 'a member of the Keystone :
DURWOOD SMITH SUPERINTENDENT Sept.fPVJ Heights in July 1969 from Jackson Heights Community Church, and a \
7 DAYS 5:30: AM .8:00: PM lot by Campaign, ,>.iniin.r n"irwnnrf Smith, Opm _.. ville. Prior to that he had lived In member of the Starke Senior Citizen's
Jacksonville for 20 years. Mr. Hum Organization,Mr.Stein retired in 1949
phries was employed as a chief clerkin after 40 years service as an Engineer-
the Alachua County Health Dept. Fireman with the New York Central
On sateThursday He was a Navy veteran of WW 2; a Railroad He lived in Keystone

Friday rAIEAGLEI. member of the American Legion Post Heights for 29 years, moving to Long
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|87l| L s 202; member of the National Rifle Beach, Miss. in Nov. 1977. His wife
&Saturday! Association; member of the Keystone was the late Marie Dill Stein.
Heights Sportsmen Club; member of Survivors Include a son, Joseph'A.
o. the Unified Sportsmen of Florida; Stein Jr. of Long Beach, Miss; a
I member of the Gator Bowl Associa- brother.;Henry Stein of Cairo, N.Y"; I
national
I t7r m a.ItMua'-r' tion and was of the Baptist faith. granddaughter and <4 great grand
Survived by his wife,Joyce Hum- children.
phries; a sister, Doris Humphries of Graveside funeral services were
keystone Heights; a niece,Betsy Hinton held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, in
sa e "ga44oo of Clayton, N.C. the family plot in Keystone Heights
Funeral services were held at 2 with Rev.Buddy C. Friedlln, pastor
brand p.m. Thursday Aug. 28, in the Chapelof the Keystone Heights Community
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, Church, officiating. DeWitt C. Jones
with Rev. Gene Keith officiating. Funeral Home was in charge of the
Burial was in the Edgecombe
--- .... Memorial Park Cemetery In Tarboro arrangements.

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[D MANS FOR MEN James W. Parkerk


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+', i REAL ESTATE 726 Macclenny, Fla. died at his home
afternoon of
Wednesday an apparent
fill DISCOUNT PRICE WAS JMTPrewielied COURSEGENE heart attack, Mr. Parker was born in
Stewart Florida living In Jackson
14 .ootton mdlao demm,eenfortodto ,
WMr C* prevent ehrMkege Popular WeMem MyK with ville most of his life, was retired froth
a pocket.a bertecked./ Men SOM.MEN'S REESE.INSTRUCTOR. Napa Parts Co. Has lived in Macclen-
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the Moose Lodge No. 455 Jax, and a
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I J Of Real Estate Mr. Parker Is survived by his:
r d Will Offer widow: Mrs Rhona Waters Parker of
Macclenny. One brother: Harvard It.
4 i f A E 1 14 Hour Post licensing Court Parker of Macclenny and several

nieces and nephews. P
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September .7 Funeral services were held Fridayat

71.....SIZE HTH JUMBO ROLL TOWELS PtTTTI ALARM CLOCK I 3 p.m.. in the Chapel of Archer
Mutt
II s4 pro register Funeral Home of Lake Butler, with
it f / FAMOUS MAKER to hold space Rev Raymond Baer officiating;
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PRICE WAS 565 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS JUf DISCOUNT PRICE WAS"e8r I I'l i r OUR; II Call for detail Cemetery in Macclenny under I thi
DISCOUNT 4 88 direction of Archer Funeral Home a
65% granular formula kills two-_ texture otters Mcjh Accurate, d.pendeble Sun- PRICE 473-707
harmful beoteruj .. oonlrols ebKKbency.strength.soflnMt beam quality! Eesy-lo-resd li 475.1255 Lake Butler, Fla.
skjae: .provtdes stwok met103 Mo-ply Uxnto,a bwgalnl. while dial, 'In antique 1 while 1d. Evenings 473-325 I
ment. csee. if FAMOUS MAKER SHIRTS

national brand t'' I. 6.94
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your own Or gunt at Ih.cornel ralla Or hunt lai O plat.with pr.m,..lull pour gas In on.lank
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SUNGLASSES FOR'" O.E. SILrCONEAUTO .L'-WIIINQING YOUR CHOICER ,Iit r WAS24r2.58 t -OURDISCOUNTPPoCE days T
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metal or plsellc Big .... or windshield A we.er obsolete.
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Jax Escapee 301 Lane Change Chain Reaction

Arrested in Starke ,
Leads to Wreck Wreck at Red Light ., .,,I
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A 36-year-old Jacksonville
man was
:;taken Into custody by Starke police 13,500 damage was recorded in a Three can were Involved In a traffic .
after he escaped from a Duval County two-car mishap with no one north accident with no one injured but
prison and was recaptured Sunday, on US 301 In Starke 400 feet $150 damage done to the cars Involved RUNNING FOR'FLORIDA
,,,"ug.:31 at 5:55 p.m. CR t00A, Friday. Aug. 29, at 12:49: Saturday. Aug. 30, at 1:05 p.m. on US SENATE W..
,:,.Lt. Denton Devoe arrested James pm.Police 301, 170 feet north of Pratt Street in I : INCREASE SALARIES
En! ch White on Macmahon Street InStarke. report said a 1978 Ford coupe Starke. ::-- FOR CORRECTIONAL
operated by Gertrude L. Curtner 33, Police records show a 1976 Dodge
. Deputies from the Duval ,County of Starke had made a left turn Into the sedan operated by Robert Dale Johns, PERSONNEL
'Sheriff's Department came to Starke Inside lane. A 1979 Ford coupe: driven rI, of Starke and a 1977 Buick sedan Working In Florida's prisons Is
;"to"hick up White and return him to by Mabel J.Vernon 57,of Waldo was driven by Walter T. Skelton, 59, of a dangerous and stressful)job.
traveling In the outside lane and attempted Jacksonville both ., .
Jacksonville. were going south on : To
: : keep and retain the kind
to change lanes Into the Inside -. US 301 and stopped for a red traffic
lane and struck the Courtner signal. Then a 1972 Chevrolet sedan of personnel needed for the
,* Car Backs vehicle In the right rear. operated by Henry A. Chandler,42,of crucial task of operating
:.Into Wall No citations were Issued by police. Starke) 'headed south on the same Florida's prisons we must be
highway struck the rear of the Skelton AGRICULTURE y? .. -
to Increase
willing the
,$300 damage was recorded as a car,causing It to then strike the Johns salaries
pickup truck backed into a wall at the car In the rear.Patrolman ,Taxation of agricultural: land of guards and others working
Dixie Motel parking lot US-301 in Rear Wheels Lock W.K. Mcintire cited and equipment Is an area of In the state prison system.
Starke at 2:55 a.m. Monday, Aug. 1. Chandler for careless driving and improper serious concern to me. I -'
Accident'
" Police records show a 1979 Ford Causing tag.Husband. strongly support the "green- UNIFORM
track operated by Furman Green,40, No one was Injured In a one vehicle bell" EDUCATION FUNDING
' laws
of-Gainesville backed Into a brick mishap with$1,500 damage to the car Charged giving prelerenllal'I I will work,to bring about a
,wall and flower bed breaking part of involved on Call Street 100 feet west of With BatteryA ad valorem tax assessments system of uniform slate fundIng -
the'wall on property owned by Martin Street in Starke, Saturday, to land used lor.larmlng.1 I also feel that taxes on for
(Bhubad Postal of Starke. Aug. 30, at 3 a.m. 34-year-old Crystal Lake man has public fchools A system of uniform funding
1'I No citations were issued by police. Police records show a 1973 Ford been arrested by the Bradford County agricultural equipment should be kept as low would mean that even children In rural, less
C:(;: sedan operated by Frank A COM, 17, Sheriffs Department on a battery as possible. If you want to keep farmers farming affluent areas would have a greater chance to

? Out of Control. Car of Starke was traveling south on US charge August 28 of at his 7:30 ex-wife p.m. on Thursday you must keep It profitable I obtain a quality education.
301 when the rear end of the vehicle
;Hits Starke Home locked tight, forcing the car into a Billy Joe Sanford was charged with
battery of his ex-wife, Janice M. San-
skid and the car then struck
$13,000 damage was recorded as a a pine
car ran off the road and struck the tree.No ford.He was released on a $525
porch of a home at 628 West Lafayette citations were Issued by police. recognizance bond after being arraigned
Street, In Starke at 2 a.m. Saturday before Bradford County
AUg. 30. _Jude Elzle S. Sanders. _
A 11975 Dodge sedan operated by -
David Earl Williams, 29, of Starke
:ran off the right side of the road then
Suzuki of fere
traveled through Mrs. Lila Henry's some
yard striking a fence,. flowers, and
.the steps on her porch. m 4h fe.H

DWI.: Lt.r.. Denton Devoe cited Williams? for ,1981 Wk&STh. o. e vriff


,19@1 Iv....... em the with, mall...IM. prim '_. And.
.Parked Car Hit p. $.., Mlullon lor anln, t ./II .l Mw. ON nd Ol .........
nwfid. when Bitting' Mind IIQMHng filMM com will is 'month unltmltvd.
In. DrivewayNo lough.,.11 Hw Mm*. a1..g.nwrranty
Our //I"'. FZW pod M-90 No _)..n ekw1 1II I III
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one was injured as a car struck ,"?-0010''...and M.30_...*' _.nwyit tun your* ...*.. DfMOCRAJ DISTRICT! 6
tar too. mp,' --,.. the ,191 .....,..<.....perfectMlulton.
another vehicle with $850 damage hl-1-.NW-a. .'d -11 preo 5ad O""OI Adv.t.,......., r a'dtofDv Campaign tteaiuref.Jat.pr>w tort Dow
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recorded In the mishap that took 10. right Io/ Wont',.
place on Thomas Street In Starke, 300 -.d.

feet west of Old Lawtey Road at 10( :50 Our 1SII(In*..likes.r.pvrfoclrldon
p.m., Saturday, Aug. 30. ter .k-0-11. dill or ante,
Police report said a 1972 Pontiac And, _'r. o.y on 001nd .
sedan operated by James Woods, 19 he on MriormoncoAi .... -__ -c,,
; for M port rood whiten. .f1 ,: ..
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of Starke went through the ditch anastruck go 110d"k. ,"",.O129O. the / ""_ ''Ii.
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a parked 1973 Ford sedan owned .' ON.40OT and OM4COM T ..... ::
by George Ernest Mathis, 28,,of ond. ..... ,iporly OS49Ornod.lt .... .J., ... .
or*rwll-ilio iirool felhM"' ; !
Starke in the right side Mathls'vehicle
was parked In the driveway at 920 Suzuki 19B1.n...- _'[___, .If* 'llmlud Worrcnti.' -..' GENE
Thomas Street. : ( [ '. biKtwra. too dmilt \:. I.

Lt. Denton Devoe cited Woods for : .

no drivers license and operating a SUZUKI OF STAR E 'h'
'motor vehicle with defective equip

ment.: Hwy 301 S. Starke- Fla. : KEITH




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AREA VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTERIS State Senate Candidate

FOR YOUThe District 6 .


Center I Is a post-secondary Institution available to anyone over 16 years of 1. GENE KEITH Is the only candidate who published his positions on Issues at the BEGINNING of

-__ age regardless of their level of formal education or where they live. The purpose the campalg,;. (He does not wait to see which way the wind Is blowing before he.takes his

of the Center Is to prepare the student with employment entry level skills. stand).

The Center has a specialized lab for Individualized Instruction in the basic skillsof
2. GENE KEITH Is the only candidate who has actually FOUGHT AGAINST E.R.A. (He has been
reading. writing, and arithmetic for those enrolled In a vocational
program fighting the battle In Gainesville for the past 6 years. He was fighting the ERA before most candidates
and need the services of the lab. The following programs are available at the oven knew what the Initials stood for).

Center:

Automotive Mechanics 3. GENE KEITH he only candidate who has actively FOUGHT AGAINST GUN CONTROL.


Diesel Mechanics 4. GENE KEITH Is the only candidate in this race who has actually done more than talk ol

Heavy Equipment Mechanics LOWERING PROPERTY TAXES. (Gene Keith spent over $5.000 of his own money In an effort to

get the petition for tax relief on the ballot to help you save money).

Heavy Equipment Operation (age limit 18)).
5. GENE KEITH IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE who has FOUGHT FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. (This

Welding (acetylene,. arc, mig. tig,, heliarc) ''' has taken courage !in Gainesville and he has been criticized severely for this stand).


Masonry (brick and block) ':" \ ;, 6.., GENE KEITH IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE WHO has taken a strong stand AGAINST ABORTION.

(Hell the only candidate who has earned the endorsement of the right to life groups In Marion
Carpentry ; -
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and Alachua. Counties). -

Airconditionlng and Heating Mechanics ', ;:, .
t' t 7. GENE KEITH Is the only candidate who really UNDERSTANDS THE POOR, HARD WORKING

o:f a| Radio, and Television Service. /:/!::: ;' WAGE EARNER. (His daddy ran a gas station..His wife's family have always farmed..ln

-b' Electronics 5 *' fact..her family still farms the old Henderson home place near Lee..and: Gene has successfully -
Technology \
.,' '< :' :. I : ':7{ reared 6 children on a very meager Incorn.....HE. CAME UP THE HARD WAY).

:.l...:. Nursery Operations '. '' .: >, .__.:-'IV;,: ,, 8. GENE KEITH Is the only candidate who has received the support of THE MORAL MAJORITYDr.

3 Culinary Arts, ., .. :::;',(* ( Jerry Falwell) the largest group ol conservative voters In America.


Business Education: ." :.'. 1 .:-t-v { I ",-'; 9. GENE! KEITH Is the only candidate who will be able to devote the time to the lob once
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Typing : .. elected (The other candidate have
:. If numerous businesses to attend to and their time will be
,.. Shorthand ," ,, ;; ",''')(<'''J'.;\. tu.t. \ \ 0'"''"'' "'-' ". '. limited). People are Gene Keith's Interett. People and their' needs.
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-=-$:;;t Business Bookkeeping I Machines/ ";'"**.J; a1l'.Y' .;"."'"'r' ..,..I,;",.,;:'.s\\..,..,".,",'J,'o.t."<., r.".!, ""I"t'I': 'IrM1'L[Ii-" '. 10. GENE KEITH Is the only candidate that won't hove a problem separating his vocation from ,
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the business. Gone
Clerical I I' ..' -" ,\ r', .,.'tJ.f' legislative only sp.clallnt.r.t is people and good government. Can the
,.: ,; :0) <\ it to other candidates ''
: : separate their Interest In building, real estate Insurance. and other specialinterest
Secretarial ,
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Data Process ing'computer'( ) '" -' ;- .,, ,.,,:j :" : r
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Drafting: (mechanical/ drawing etc.-very u.efunor anyone planning GENE KEITH WILL BE u FIN
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career In architecture engineering) :

Commercial Vehicle Driving ((18 wheelers age limit/ 21 or' over)
HE CANtTHlNtf ON HIS FEET..SPEAK WELL IN' PUBLIC..DEBATE..AND WILL
The Center operates on an open. entry open exit policy. Day and Evening classes. era erollebla,
>YOV may enroll for,any program,at any time with the exception of Cosmetology Commercial STAND TOE TO TOE WITH' THOSE POWERS IN SOUTH FLORIDA. WHO THREATEN

Vehicle Driving' For" further Information contact the Center_ at '40%Nv Orange,Street,' THE' '/INTEREST, THE CITIZENS OF NORTH.. FLORIDA.. q '

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Police records show a 1978 Dodge U. Larry Cochran and Deputy Improper-Passing pasting an unknown vehicle in a no

: pickup truck operated by Jack Dempsey Garry Seay arrested Stirling_on pasting !tone on SH-100 heading north:
News Briefs Schiller Jr., 22, of Starke was charges of possession of a controlled Cited In MishapNo when a 1974 Ford sedan driven by

northbound on US 301 when a 1978 subUnce hashish and another felony one was injured In a tractor-car Eraine Genest Sabo 47. of Keystone

I t\ Mack tractor pulling a 1879 charge of possession of bnarcotlc accident with$1,700 damage recordedto Heights, entered the highway from

I tk homemade trailer, operated by Bob- paraphernalia a marijuana or the vehicles Involved 10.1 miles SB! Paradise Lake Road with the tractor

II I k Wheels Catch Fire briver David Eugene Caster 30, of by H. Austin.37,of Lawtey was going hashish[ pipe to be used for ad- of Starke at the County then striking the car in its front with

Orange Park laW sparks flying from in the same direction on the same ministration of marijuana or hashish. SR-100 Bradford-Cla-Et y, its' left front.

y On Semi-Trailer the left rear trailer wheels, pulled off highway when Austin's tractor-trailer Jones was also arrested on a carrying Slien eton.

the highway and the wheels and Urea struck the right rear of Schiller's a concealed firearms charge. Florida Highway Patrol records
: dNo injured but damageswere
t estimated one was at $5,000 when a of the 1969 Great Dan trailer caughton vehicle with the 'left front of the show a 1971 Peterbullt tractor Trooper T.C. Pace, Jr. cited 1'bd4

tractor-trailer caught on fire 1.7 miles fire according to the Florida tractor-trailer. operated by George Franklin Todd, tor improper passing amino tag. 3

east of Starke on CR-16 last Wednesday Highway Patrol report. No citations were issued by police. 2 Hospitalized 21, of Rt. S, Box 848, Lake Butler was :Ii:.
The Bradford County Volunteer it
\ Aug. 27 at 4:15: a.m. Fire Department was called to the Turning Car lilt After Sunday WreckTwo

scene to assist with putting out the In Starke MishapTwo persona were hospitalized as

FLORIDAThEATRE tire.No citations were Issued by the can were involved In a mishap the station result' wagon-car of injuries accident sustained with in a We Want To Be Your Italian Store _,

I FHP. with no one Injured but$3,000 Street $8 000 damage to the vehicles Involved
to the cars on US 301 at Pratt at the intersection of CR-16 and

Second Traffic Starke at 4:35 p.m. Thursday Aug. NW 00 Avenue. at 7 a.m.Sunday Aug. :FREE PIZZABuy

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Fatality of 1980
'brke 984.41 1Fri. Police records show a 1974 Florida Highway Patrol report said

: Bradford County's second traffic Chevrolet sedan operated by Vernie that a 1979 Pinto station wagon One-Get One FREE

.- Sat.- Sun. fatality of I960 was recorded In a one Phillips Odom, 59, of Starke was fac- operated by Laura Pickett, :25, of .

i; Burt ReynoldsIn vehicle accident with two other people ing north on US 301 stopped for a traffic Starke, was eastbound on Cit-16, ran With This Coupon Eat-In OnlyM

injured Sunday, Aug. 31 at 1:20 light and was signalling for a left off the north shoulder a oventeered

p.m. on US 301 3.7 miles north of turn. A 1975 Datsun sedan driven by back onto the highway sideways and ITALY" REST.

Lawtey.Florida. Tina Denise Gibson, 16, of Starke was was struck in the right side by a 1980 I LITTLE. .

l\f >> UGH Highway Patrol records southbound on US 301 in the Inside Dodge sedan driven by Laura 301 S. Star**

show a 1979 Dodge trans van operatedby lane moved to the outside lane and McDowell, 19, of Starke which was 964-6877 Offer Good Thru '9/10/80
: Kel Chan Tae, 29, of Jacksonville, struck the Odom car in the right side. also eastbound on CR-18. 1

C'UT. was northbound on US 302 when Tie No citations were Issued by police. The highway patrol report Indicated

lost control, crossed the median strip Pickett was taken to Shanda
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Ii"ijJ of> I.iMf111C1I4E. IIIIIII turned over one complete time, andcame LB Man ArrestedOn Teaching Hospital In Gainesville JOIN OUR MUG CLUB

fSww...._-- to rest on Its where she is hospitalized. McDowellIs

Kn Wal Tee 8, of Jacksonville was 2 Drug ChargesA hospitalized at Alachua General FREE FOOD-FREE PRIZE

killed in the wreck according to the Gainesville, according to
301 DRIVE IIFri. highway patrol report. Mrs. Tse, and 25-year-old Lake Butler man was the highway patrol. DRINK AT DISCOUNT PRICE,

two other children Mal Tse 7, and arrested on drug charges by deputies Charges are pending In the accident '

Sat. Grace Tse,3, all of Jacksonville were of the Union County Sheriff's Department according to Trooper R.E. (Buck) "Mug Club" Member'This Weak -
at 8 on Wednesday
taken by rescue unit to an Orange p.m. Aug. Phillips' report.
Chariton HestonIn Park Hospital. Mrs. Tse underwent 27 at the Handyway store at SR 121 '

surgery and was hospitalized. Her and CR 231 In Lake Butler. 1/3 Off Lasagna Dinner

two children were treated In the The man is being held on the
at that and charges In the Union County Jail in
room hospital
'' emergency Lake Butler in lieu of $4.500 bond.
'x''HIE' 111 1 I I1I were released after treatment.

FlIP records show the 1979 Dodge

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Vehicles Intersection CollideAt YOU .MAY HAVE MISSED THESE ':


$450 damage was recorded In a car-

Kirk DouglasIn truck mishap at Thompson and '

Palmetto Streets in Starke Thursday, GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST t::
Aug. 28 at 9:27: a.m. with no one in .

jured.Police. .
1MoJ. records show a 1973 Ford '

operated by Diana Holmes Nichols, SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN :

22. of Lake Butler was northbound on
Thompson Street when a 1972 Dodge : .'

.l.OI! truck driven by Joseph Arnold Mc- ;
CLASSIFIED .SECTION.I I .
Pw m. Clellan Palmetto, 67, of Street.Starke McClellan was eastboundon then .

................. ............. pulled out in front of Nichols and the 1,11K c

vehicles collided.No .
Sun. -HI on.MALIBU citations were issued by police. \-

Pickup and Semi Shop The Sun's Classified section :.


BEACH Sideswipe on 301 "Lo


o Plus.MALIBII No one was Injured in a pickup day for shopping values. .
truck-tractor trailer mishap with $150 every great -

HIGH damage to the vehicles involved on ii'
US 301 in Starke 36 feet north of :

Hated' : R Washington Street Friday Aug. 29, at ,:

7:35 8.m.Keystone SALESPERSON" w ra'Olrseanr' PIZZA MAKER for evening COOK, enperiencedlMtup cook :
; '
on. (driver) or olclure fr merApolv Afternoon very/kitchen' per Also dishwasher, ,
Call 4A*>3O33 forooolntment
at Chestnuts 10* NW eth on. Aooly In person between 7-
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Tne Va>arllna :C.'
Ave No.ele, none'Inoulrle S. Napoiatanos Plua.' I.2S New R5514uIen15ECRETACIALAtMmnlst.atly.
berry Hd 4.

poBilion, xoerlence and nion, PAPER ROUTE OCt.tva.tVperson COUN3eramWars I : : tmacamn. '.
treatmentcenter
r 'l Jewel of skills. required Salaryneootiabl needed for permanentsubstitution Pr..orM
I Area AdsPERSONAL work Must be r.M. oeolr. position .
ftoolv to Dent Pi 707 ....,
r .,. .. ,Svn Draper A.Q'v1I5Ft. .,5o7r.eaC...,_JU>I I. person .with reliable.cart iTery ..."ed:mature He Mpi) t,,7 career*om 'mlna, Of.OCpe-! *
lor hour .
( _. .M 1i/ RNaa 41Ne WANTEe... .Cell Pao/375s oootf oev 107 ar/er*worked*pmt "70101 _2 5-_'. .: .. ,: .. ... NgwvJVj
Staff nurilno' Aooiy in em_: MftOICJtC'( TECHNICIAN COUNTfflR MCLP'ns.a*d rtM*P* t' t'IH
Convalescent Center of GelnesClinlcel' laboratory Mu. to* Pull time. will train Call JOB .uoi
""'..3250'W 41s. P.. experienced, and can work 'Irtoependontly. OulOB Not *>n agency. *wb-
SeRV/CQ / 40 hrs Mon Frl script, I on rate, J7S7 'ISlr''i'
.. ::. : : Mretco Mt)"00ntlbl' person to .
FOR SALE CARS & .ever. car* for baby ;In my Home. NW d v> Salary open 178 1421 S ..71OWNVIi
SERVICES Imm.di..Ooning Cell 37733w >.... Ave area Mon Prl MOB'L.HOM.' HOUSCtCEffFBR, .Sat mor..,..... A
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TRUCKS a "" ....
.m.- Call 375-744 TOTOR TRUCK OMIVCR 57 M/hr Provide' own transooratlon -
TWO ACRES SR-100
near ,sS Ve RAL CNeMOBTIC PeepNE. FOR MIAMI' HAULS. Must be dependable.
CARPENTER WORK near Keystone Height 173 to deliver' oeD.rs on campus, .Znl MBftTAUftANT e.oerlnc now.after SHOUSCKBCPER
PONTIAC CATALINA. Quarter, Cameu residents areWelterWe1Er..sefl .
WOO down $6684 day A night for mlale IN exchange
Remodeling work kitchen per PS. PS A/C, AM/FM. new ferret For motet. Information hlft. Apply in person 0... office Must have pleasant' per'onallty for free room ft board Also' will,
cabinets and trim month. Phone 473- 058 or tires. Also 1973 Suzuki call ",1' 0.s. 3J9 141* Mail. O.'_ "._ end phone voice' Accw* car for 2 W y......... IO and It
Reasonable 473. 367 after 6 p.m. racy /to typing must 3/3 353CORveTTKLS years old CailS427io73SATCLLITB .
carpenter. GT550. low mileage, lots'
prlcm. Call Ed Dempsey at tfnchg 9/4
of extra. Rabbits and
473.2477.tfnchg 7/3 LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE--
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Keystone Height' owner cags. Phone 4733281. PONTIAC SUMiBlftD V7fl ?. 1979 4 ttpeed. 5EBRINO Flu*.
.
2tpd 8/28-9/4 Air. automatic power seerlnarsdred' tnlerior. power. la OOO "un roof. 3ti 1 barrel carburttor.AM .
Closed meetings Monday Ip.m. financed 10 percent Interest 114 PLYMOUTH brakes low mile. J7VS Cnucfc mile* afHceilent condition FM ..._".. Runs or*...
VALIANT >1.1 mt: 378 ... __. .',p,<
Open Friday Lot on clear and days lOll. *IQ TOO Call 371 O6S Student iMO W 37S Mil or t --
meeting. very good condition ((20 ter 5. 3/3 0034 student.
8 Alanon bottomed lake, priced to .7.3UNelso. 1 owner. I... .h." le/a OATSUN B7IO OX mint
p.m. Monday tell from S9.000. On. to mpg), $800 or .best offer. Ie.000mIles. 53.7110 41779,5 Qre.n. atr, AM FM .t ro. FM ,.46 vALIANT Sian. ..
8 p.m. Atatoan Monday 7 Phone 4732240. 2tpd CB 40 r.rll.... S sp..d. 29 3V _.and''an.' AMlog' 1330 call
p.m. All meetings In five acre overlooking "len VOLKSWAGEN Van. flew moo. S3._or offer ],63655 4551554 monings'
8/28-9/4 ..
brah nice bodv.
needs little
Educational Building Com (access available) with worh SWO Call J77/1A7, days OAT3VN toO seoaN 1970 In PLYMOUTHVAL/ANT. 197*
Church. nice tree from $3,500 64 Currier. Pick-up truck. gtudentll 'OOC'.". runs very good yell 4 door, vinyl too air condition.'
munity 7/3.
rlnchg able' economical' AM FM S radio' trailer nlfcn/ Good candle
PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING (900 down $50 a month. Run good.24/26 mils par 11 RB BIRO FORMULA '... 4OO FORD VAN. cylinder en ".c.. <79. JJ] 6QM Student tin,. 7MO 37j 9O4Qor373 7993I
Commercial frontage. gal. $1475 cash. 473-4508. In air. power ......n. 4V Oln.. slanderd .n.mluon.,
and brekes..
wallpaparlng. Cruise control, P.0.11.0 end cerovlM, >
power good 0. 1971 VW SQUARESACK. Mew 1 PINTO RUNABOUT
Phone 473-2477, tfnchg Investment opportunity ./4 1 Itchg window, automatic, S4SOO neootabl > mileage 5,700, Call 317 0025 tl.s. run, need work szso 4 speed air tap deck. 3*.OOO
7/10 SR-21N. Owner-ale .
FORD TON Camper Soeoal tank shielded, *...) c.n.;* Oil7Wra .
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 4734375. tfnchg 7/3 FOR RENTUNFUINISHID LUXURIOUS .CONOMV2.. heavy duty power nine .00 T .fc '/)
'lS Grand Prl* LJ loaded tsootereo rina/brahe*. AM'l/w/i trech Air. rebuilt ,
new paintclean '
WORK Build patios, AKC DOBERMAN PUPS- system. Icity.. 2J hwy .o air Good condition, SJOOO interior engine M.he me en of: ] F FOR< ) THUNDERBIRD
fireplaces. addition, Beautiful., of .lx. Fret S-t9OO d7IS7e.Il.y 7 Eroroo"* 34SS.,.. son fr3/. 'H/ft. 373040/ Price nsaoil.bl.
HOME for Call 315 0003..Dm
ramodallng. FraaMtlmata. obedience lexont. Sire
rent. 4BR. 2BA central
.. and dam fromWACHEMEISTER
Oayi4734473.Nlght H/A, close la school

.--782-3906. 4 tpd DOBERMAN 6-rnonth ,lease, no pet. .-
814.91LOCAL Phone 4737195. tlnchg 73U"
Call 473-2538 after 5.30:
CHILD CAE. COLOR TV 2tpd 9/4-9/11
pm.
openings for 2 full'tlma Zenith console walnut

children. Prefer preschooler finish under warranty. 13x40 Mobile Home "between

*. Larg. fenced Repoiieoed. Pay balance Lake Geneva and NVLOCATINOMlMl
FLEBTWOOO mobile horn.:Mowtter R t.*Of SANTA. F. RIVER
yard with play equipment.Hot due SI86.10 cash orassume lake Brooklyn. 2 BR. :2 1 baft Sail new''p'''ra'-'v. lunch and 2 snacks a payment 18.61 Both. C/H. A/C fully fur- a/d Woods ".
day. Phone 4752179. 2tchg per month. White Sewing nlihed. Children welcome. PII'C.O TO seLL PURNISMBO" laxad ...... ..
8/28-9/4 and Appliance Center, $175.964-7642.9/4 I 4 CR. f ben. CB Nan,.: C_ front, back bedroom. 2 bath. 3 BR. OWN tn dtsnwasfter ol-
3527 Itpd 54r/lees. t.nced, yard ''n Hiss' heel' eMrp11. A ._... a730 SW t_'. OWN In
S.W. Archer Road Archer Chloe' Cabinet ftnvtlfltv
REDUCE SAFE AND FAST lend court. _......37507S9 Arclw .. .Lot... 55,00. ..... room, family roomMOQUALIFVIMO -
with Go.... Tablet and Square Plata Keystone M.llhto. Only efts"....._. 544400.3730503.s3..05 .

E-Vap "water pill.." Andrew Gainesville. 376-446a. $2500 down view of golf ....- mann/y .U..NI5..D.Central'tat/al. 3 BR. IW eats, den PHA ap.pralaatf .
028UNCLAIMED : ...v......... .V.Y.hl Nice' withS3DOO +MdalkIdnen.. ._.
tfnchg course 3 BR, 2 both underoff under will Sell FMA
Drug, Keystone '
. .
:a R 1 bent. carport, ... C ll3LOCATED _Sr del-let.. _.>oo or awm* SVkfcV morta
Height. 2tchg 9/4-9/11 SINGER *, fantastic home, call A 'II.T' Tot.l er/.e..77,000. Hurry 1MB. 02'.JO*. .,..-...........-,ftta.
.
Future-one of Singer's Bob Harris 964-5533 8/28 LM !D IOfe III Nort/1WOOd. _. wows .II M-MOI" (local). hadedrVk acre IN MINI WALDO.2xo' 2/Tre... ..3 ACRES win lovely 3
10 da
% qy.aI. PN CMleoa. me AUUMAM.B MoMI Home. 12,900, 13de sn. None 2>4* '. .4 cC, tW oatnT
lines model Does It all 37-a71. ManOaNPiloaV. ::J'l..O..1 : ::
PNNt of tno O fence ovv5D/e mmerihlY at 54Pa rite /,/ .. family anal
HOMES FOR without attachments. Blind MISCELLANEOUSYARD NYRRYMusr..LLt IN'h, .erae.. extras. sse.me.lox 'nt. 454.1173. M54kfe.1 0655 ..."y,

SALE hem, buttonhole, stretch s10a.54 5 acre p.r_ma11/11/M.I/IC1.rd/y 5100 dpi. C.Itan5ON..D.m.: : I..C.. .es wsded....M_..... ....LTOII.21J.-. I
stitches. designs. etc. SAlE-wat.r skis. forest M/d/ 1K505. ? GRASSY UKf( ESTATES 100 Merd'. .aeowM .w. 3d A_. .".- tIORTNWOOO _.... I .... .
i..L.C- E.aD.r Rely to O W Mateion.' bet. brick. Game mono, f nced
OATOR BONE LAKE Modern Originally told for over Ethan Allen twin bed. auto .,.-' ACRES Owner/Broker soe-1.5513s. F*.A. 'yard, screened gems,, n .....
Call .
,.
25*. ISA unfurnished, tSOO. Party left area. Pay A/C household Item, etc. f 37-e7M loll 40.174. ja ." aaaoj aow3 d loo. 461.sa0. 37Oeld.

fireplace, deck centralair. balance due $141 cash or Friday Sept. S. 9.5 p.m.i,
473-2475. tfnchg a/14 assume payment of Sat.. Sept.6. '-4 p.m. Firm.
$12.10 per month. White North on SR-21 right on
11.40 2BR MOSI1E HOME Sewing Center 3527 S.W. Gas Line Rood left on little

overlooking' Lake Geneva. Archer Rood Archer Lake Geneva Road,

A/C shed and other extra Square Plaza, Gainesville. follow signs. Itchg 9/4
*. S6.5OO. 473. 062. 376tfnchlll 8/38 4
llchg 8/28 SCOTTY TRAVEL TRAILER. '.
IS' .Mil-contained >. m 2$' (MM-fwr'rlo il;m. typewriter rl-MO: hot:1 I.lay J.J : 54151. s/n51.Ded. sJO, : turn,' CHILO.s a/Ke 70"7-". good '
speed fen. ..20Uf c /$4th r chair' 571. C coodll/on.5O/ ]; 4
ttSi hug .
4. Awning and screened NH5Ol.. e... Lug h..o'no.' _,
Travel Trailer mouse tao. iiStMOCft note/lo .
t
Terry 33 o?; dnineable' SM 313-6735 CHINA CAKlwar. M.r.oo.mv. '1- .
WANTEDHELP room $900. Phone 1173 TV Conto SvlVeinU, SIM /:
3EWINOMAOMINE. :
475-2179 after 5:30: p.m. with patio and awning.Like s.e a blind stllcit. 51 WhNe$. Revel/ Antique mantle clock ,ua. 4 einllou*.dinln:room chair/ 873 ,
2tchg 8/28-9/4 a... Fully Mlf-contalnad. sresidevp.wrier. 546 TYO/ne, bl.ci'white TV MO radial tlr. each Co"3/3 IMO
WANTED Construction '''''..''' 3112 GRn-MtM ,1VWM/C ChrlfttrtM. .
Numerous .0. OJo M.II..2O
extra. 110.
laborer. Experience AKC LABRADOR RETRtEVU Ready ft. plat tlOO IMS Prussia i OBTWId4 '' 51!$ K/ne/ sloe malt,... :
PUPS-Vellow and blacks. for Immediate UM. Can .be uttonholv.. WINOMACMINB, ,*,SSO H.4Kl;>fl aid J5 Huge teM ClMSl/ Of Ur.WH-S.535. O.ese:
preferred.' Will train will monograms *>te McCoy mlM bowl 51$ JfeVJ/SJ .
er S0 Call 3"HOP
Shot and wormed. $100. seen la Keystone Heights Assume balance .*. /O. o.vSTAIN.10 .
ing worker. Sandland -.mo. Nacrelt neon APT SALe: JI" ...., .
ceramic C..T. .,
17514 blue ;
Aiioclatd. 4733511. Phone 479-2023. :2lad area.Saturday ed. Cell C.ocI" manager. Csil.cl lamp OJ,. heroine' Close/ _.. S3S I7HM. blu erase *l*.i eves., SM. .:
F.D.L. required tlnchg 8/28-9/4 and Sunday AN UNSU.... tIMO older Mast 1 20.- {I'' t0. 7.3000, tennis f t;.o: V IOMI7 light y.on *4i... .... Cell
so.5.175 17 tooth v lens 3,5 3501 !.
lUlL DINGS II I All HeKfilin xenon 0f no. wttrtMC GLASS
steel and (
Pl.cef
O* 51.7 mon raft tv .. .
pum si CPa y r:
8/28 clear-spon buildings. Ex- Phone Jacksonville 4732S40or *end-PUfX llwt' MM. 1?NW H.torn mmoMf Ave Orffewt will tf, ln.MM*tl Tor: 'US* for or Ml best* ::'valuereview. Call m**..rl4ilt.' sis 3/. Mil sq CA..yards.Pe T/.TWdtumrt.M.mr; ::I.0513, tiold M _
amplest I 3O'x48'xl2' for '" ...3.*" fey vlefc **v* A ROYAL MANUAL. Typewriter andcMMm.w
;]
.ATTENTION ".0..110 PIev' mngal %
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FOR SALE $3.9 2-40'x72'x14' fcu16.072..4S',72',14' 1-7H-040I rsf Fender RNOO5S 13 MCtfltajnt ConcHtlon S29. n* vv .. y.rtfai/VMS3 .
: duty worlii>4tnch: f70, s' *of.,
foe$6,90460'x12S'x16' Th MIVev MS.eeka.5/1/708.5 ..."h r6N.715'cabinet STORE mirror,Fl HoMlna KTURl3".'ur.Inc/Vtl/ne.. sit. 31" Color console TV, needs 'BUM ."os will m.ttr.*.... :.J
MO s ais I.Del",. slot' D..tr.m.. ....
MICIOWAVIOVINTouchmatlc 5430 Cell .I.tt. 5465 cMer su. sea wood tf 110. 3 cycle ..
far acc.ssor..5. deck
rk"'f 'e. e/acs a Decker. 51005715 lawnMIlWS.. fteicn.. sissy! bar sioJ .
!. 377-1343 sud.nf Can 3 r del ,. .
model left In $16,05Can toll free today 3170/6 mower.SiO J3 Nag /? 47t

layaway. Full warranty. for price guarantee. *. FOR SALE 1 3
Variable power meat .probe l-aoO-848-1370 ill B p.m ..
defrost cycle, etc. :lkhg 1128-1
Assume payment $"20 TWO TWIN-SIZE .INNERSPRING information? :
1977 SCARS IOHP .lawn trace '. Need'more
end. ban
mattress
per month. White Sewing to,. Oood condition. t

and 3S27 S.W.Appliance Archer. Road Center Archer ,YAMAHA 473-7146.. SILVIR Itpd. 9/4 TRUMPET (.metal spring), with plus castor bed frame Excellent Interested in placing a'' classified? aeUi E. ,Uf y

PI... condition.. $123. ..
Square $25O. IVt aid. ",.
Gainesville376.4466.. 4751092. 2tclKj year 8/28-9/4 Phone 473-3384. :2tpd: Call 372-4222 r Starke 964817Oiiii
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I L Union County AdsFOR 1 YARD SALE PERSONAL SERVICES FOR HOMES SAL FOR SALE TRUCKS CARS & FOR RENT


Saturday .-.. Kitchen utensils PENCINOi: All kinds hog PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished .

clothe*. ....... "Hem, MU'f SAW,BHOPt Complete MOBILE wire welded wire, barbwire efficiencies and 1
$27 N. Clark behind. sharpening service, circular Homage Why pay 1974 OLDS CUTLASS "
link
SALE Ma.exik. wood chain : BR opts., weakly or man
PERSONAL HELP WANTED more? Buy direct from the Full
9/4 Itchf. hand carbide, free estimates. MANNING Supremo. power, A/C, thly.. NEW FURNISHED
CE.TJFFICE factory. Large election' of tires f 1800 best offer
blod.llallow new or
: AND SCHOOL SUP., SERVICES MIDICAL POSITIONS In 'YARD SAlli 406 Alton Road, chain ground mower and balanced. 17. 14' and double wide. FENCE CO., 4734822.Keystone. : .' Must sell. 473-7079 STUDIOS, monthly only.

iH'LII'. OlFTSiSe Union CUSTOM MADE Starke area "''oodbonh.LPN' Thursday Friday and Leave at Jackson Building COMMUNITY MOBILE TFchg M. otter S p.m. 7/24 tnchg. 2313 N. Temple, Starka.
fc County Times open Mon. certified Saturday. 9/4 tchg CHAIN LINK FENCE '73 PONTIAC STATION TFchg
RN'l Madtach' Supply, Starke or KeyitoneMts. HOMe SALES US 301
) and Tuesday tM: a.m. DRAPIRIBStFreeettlmotet. Saturday ..... 6 94 Nor material. Do It yauraetfand KITCHINETTISl. One BR
.. Full WAGONS FVS P/B. A/C.
local ar parttimewith TFchgALCOHOLICi' North. Open 9 to dusk. 1 to
pool, TV. AC.utilities .
...: Jo 5 p.m., Wednesday. man Produce. Clothes' tava. Installation S900. negotloblo. Coll apartments
supervisor ANONVMOUSl 6
-
distributors for responsibilities. on Sunday. Phone
l'dosed.' Thursday and Fr|. completelywashable Send resume shoes, golf clubs, portableTV 9648741. 6/5 TFN. available. Free estimate 1.392.0537 days, or Included.. Totally

.JdoV l0t.TH 8:30: CAROLINA a,m. till noon. advertised nationally GardtettaDraparlet. with 3 references tot games, coffee table. hone 964.5MB or 964-7619. .TWO BEDROOM both con. HandyMan Fence Ca. 473-2022. evenings after 6 furnished.thly ra.... TEMPLE Weekly MOTEL man.
MOUN- Southern Medical P.O. Bon end table, other misc. TFchg 964-8559. TFchg L. p.m. 8/38 2tchg 9/4
TAINSr saw Enterprltet. crate block, good fishing. 880 N. Temple Ave.,
... Tth Mountain cabin fd or Loma 1IOO, Avon Park Fla. Items. 9/4 Itchg REMODELING, BUILDING Write KARR; 202 River WATSON'S HOUSE OP 64 Currier Pick-up truck. Starke.. Phone 964-7397.
> flraplac .
Dandy 46.3319 33825:9/4 9/11 2tchg. FOUR FAMILY YARD SAUt MPAIMt New kitchens, VACUUMS. Many brandsof runt good 24/26 miles per
Stephant. Drive, Dwnnallon, Fl. 9/20 TFchg.
.it"IOfdan?\ spot. This because It a honK 3/I/8OTFN. WORK IN MIDICAL INVIROMINTiNo Furniture, tools, baby baths, family rooms trick, 32630. 7/3 lOtpd 9/4. new vacuum Used gal. S1479 cath. 473-49O8. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
mon special It
: ? finished experlencanecetsory. clothe, knlck-knackt. "'black concrete. Fireplace 2 1..2 bath homes machine available. Part 9/4 Itchg HOME PARK mobile home
Inside ready
yrodgh.d wire and plumb"c"pl.tad. CRAWFORD'S COMMIRCIAL Starka area. records tapes, /lots of pecialitt Grlflls Con. to move In only $1500 and accessories for all 19/S FORD PINTO A/C, and spaces for '.n'. Phone
Reply' in writing with three struction. Phone 473-2106 powar1'steering AM radio
Water and EXTERMINATING CO.t Sa, Items. Thurt., Sept 4 thru down. Call 964.5533 for vacuum tyttamt. 404 NW 4682912 TFchg
&/5-K1:the' outside It completed. vlng .hornet, business In references! Southern Sat.. Sept. 6. One mile ar 473-2571. TFchg details. 9/4 10th Ava., Gainesville V-6, 39.OOO miles assume KINOSLEY LAKES waterfront
: Medical P.O. Bon 1100, BOWING MACHINISRtPAiniDi Itchg balance. 1979 Dodge Pick
5. laajo dock overlooking Union,' Bradford Columbia north of Highway Patrol B Room phone 3767110. TFchgLlMI.OCK. 3 BR homo, cam.pletely .
Park Bungalow, comerlot
Avon Fla. 33825. 9/4 miles
All makescleaned 14.000 -
ftHnin.; You can live In II Countlet. 496-3986 Col Station on US 301, on Nl36th 20 yd. ...mlo.d. up. powersteering. funl.h.d.avallabl. .
close
/11 good shape .
lect. 2tchg. oiled and adjusted. to AM radio standard -< .
7/3 .
TFN CHG."TALVIY"
finish It Ava. 9/4 Itpd only. ALLEN E. Sept. June,
tWhllo Just .
i you up. BAM JOHNS wants and ( $10. Work town, church, and schools. shift, 3372.49
1 II SCRAP MITAll YARD SAlli 127 Water S3OO mo. 13052510254.
5:- miles from Murphy. 1'0.500.964.1332.9/4Itpd' TAYLOR, lawtay. Phone 964.6215. 9/4
needs your vote Tuesday, guarontaad. James Itchg
pay top dollar for Street 8/282tchg9/4
g:424.5oo.oo. $5,000.00 starts at B a.m. 9/4 7823172.
TFchg '
Sept. 9. Itpd 9/4. Strickland, corner Morgan inS VOLVO 244 DL 63.000
aluminium. COOKING ROOMS with air
K Mown assume loon. capper Itchg CYPRESS LUMBERi Matt
ftd. and 16. any. miles, new radials like
radiators, batteries. 490 Hwy TFchg
and
=' conditioning TV. Vary
3.16 located
(; acres on NORTH CAROLINA site available Including excellent condition,
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK new
SW 3th St. lake Butler.Phona reasonable, week
by
or
:.?ilarg. mountain trout -----
mantle
piacat. Sample S4900 bait offer
496-3773. Ask lot FOR RENT -I SIRVICBi Pump-outs MOUNTAINS or month. Underwood Motel,
5"t..m. Stream It about 6 4"x4"x8' $3.70, 964.6020 964.5825. 9/4
Residential commercialand price: or
,
Uroy. 3tchg 8/28-9/18. 1 1 Mountain cabin withfireplace. 3.5 miles north of Slarke
E-; )foot wide., Good access.feGet Industrial. Fully licensed. l"xS"x8 S24O. Sawdustalso Itchg
TWO HDROOMiApartment 1I on US 301. Phone 964-7184'
from It all. Dandy gardenspot.
away Phone. 964-8121. TFchg available. Call 174 FORD 290 pick-up,
In Lake Butler.' References
u Several. I This I I. 828lnchgNICE
good bldg. sites. INSURANCE a handy man LWB
A/C P/B Auto.
MOTORCYCll RIPAIIISt Fac Stephen Smith 4692624.
required. $100 a month. CLEAN real fur.
.: :t OO.OO large
: $1500 down. trained mechanics. special because It Is notIInl.had transmissions undercoated .
Unfurnlthed. 4962179. tory Hampton. 8/7 tnchg. nlshsd I BR
No
'owner financed. MAINIS .Inside, apartment
INSURANCE AGIN-
Itpd 94.HOUII US-301 South, 964-6020. roughedwire SHRIMP Fresh River Shrimpfor like new condltln children
.73 acres located In the CVi 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake and no pets.
plumbing
FORRINTiFurnlthed. S/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. com fr_..,. Pleasecall 20.300 ACTUAL MILES. References
y* mountains. This !I. on. of Butlar. 4963978. Complete 1 "" 1 URVICISl 9 pleted. Water and the outside your Also comes with slide-In raqulrad.
Call Green
Chaney 9/4
a Dusty 964-S07I. 1 Itpd
the finest tract we have to Insurance Service. TFN I Is .
Vowsexperience In all completed large camper sleeps 4, used !lttie.
4963956. Itpd 9/4. Cave Springs 284-9795. 3 BR. Mobile Home. $145
..II. Numerous bldg. sites.Perfect ) t'f
deck mtns. $3995. Call 933-2721
phases including taxes andgovernment overlooking 8/14 tnchg. or plus $50 deposit. 964.8285.
occet large treat form You can live In It while you 9647195. 9/4 Itchg
Classified 1
GRAPES U-Plck Easy picking 9/4 Itpd
cover this tract. $7300 ClassifiedDeadline 473-7075 altar 5 P.M. 7/3 finish It up. Just 5 miles 174 JEEP 4 WD Pick-up, 6
$5OO down makes. thaI Deadline Scuppernongs and
you tfchg from Murphy. $24.500.00. cyl. auto. S14OO runt good ------------
new ownar Tuesday DIVOacl-1 $5.000 down loan. Mutcadlnet. 50 cant a new tires 964.5825 or '
I These are a few of over Noon Attorneys fees for Uncontested ; assume pound. Open everyday 8 9646020. 9/4 I tchg I I196S 1

:2000 lining. We have all Divorces range 3.14 acres located on large a.m. tll'dark.' Lilly's CHEVROLET pick-up I 1

I types of property from TUeaday r4I ; from S95-S295.: Step parent mountain' trout stream. Vineyard. Florahoma, 12 runt good, 6 cyl., hunter L
I $500 par acre and up. Wa FORSAIEUMCLAIMIDSINOIR Adoption Fee $250: Name Stream It about 4 foot mile East of Keystone tpeclal. $500. Phone |

have small tracts, we alto I Classified Ada 1 Change Fee $71. Jack Nettle wide. Good occ.... Get Height, Highway 100. 964-6280 out 279 c- ( 6

have several. cabins, *, Attorney M E. Univ. away from It all. Several 659.2121. 8/28 4tpd 9/18 9648224. 9/4 Itchg t

j houses, old farms, etc. Fulura-one of Iitr4567Ngts41 a7e9 OV aee5aFACTS !L.-..gets_results___j Ava., Gainesville.. 3757001. good bldg. .It... $7900,00, Super Heavy Built Queen Browning Auto $325.00 t
call
Write for freelistings Singer'sfinest
or 7/17 InTVPawllTl1S $1500.00 down., owner Site Water Bed, Includes Sweet Sixteen Belgium GETAdvertise
I brochure. You can models. Does It all made Vent Rib excellent I
AND ADDING financed. drawer, liner pod and
call free of charge by dial. without attachment Blind condition. After 9
MACHINIS cleaned and healer. NEW Paid$763 will J
Ing 1 800 4387421. Writ hems, buttonholes. Stretch BOATS t
l. serviced. Phone 964 65O2. 3.75 acres located In the tell for $463. 964.5825 or 9648366. 9/4 Itpd
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or call today. Cherokee stitches ,dotlgnt. etc mountalnt. This It of l ltrucks
next to Telegraph. 8/21 ana
land Co. N.C. Originally told for over & FIGURES 9646020. 9/4 Itchg SURPLUS JEEPS Can and j in the
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Murphy
i i 1, 28906. $500. Party 'left area. Payoff j 116* TRI-HULl IBIROLASS$ 4tpd 9/11 the finest tracts we have to Refrigerator and air condi available through !I.l lgovernment Classified Section
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY sell Numerous bldg. sites 1 1
I Boat .w/80
hp Mercury Phone 9647443. .
balance > tioners. Many
due $141 cathor e agency.
4lcha 8/21-9/11. ** ota4'M7eeoi -----------
GARDEN TRACTOR Dav..... assume payments of Last '350.000,000 motor. and Gator Trailer.Call ., Work" Build patios, Perfect access large trees 600 West Adkint. 9/4 Itpd tell for under S200: Call

Bradley. 10 hortepower $12.10 per month. White year D.'. Reddish, fireplaces, addition, cover this tract. $7900.00 24.000 BTU Faddart. window 312/742.1142 ext. 705 for WANTEDGOOD

j dltc. turnplow rote tiller Sewing Center, 3527 S.W. Intercity passenger buses were,, more carried than by 9647910. 7/17 TfPD. remodeling. Freeestimates. $900.00 down makes. 'you unit heat and cool $180.00 Information on how to purchaia. .
Archer Road. IB FT. CLASTRON IOAT.225 the now ownar. 8/21 4tchg 9/4,
I and cultivator at- Archer 964-5825 or /64.6020 9/4 .
the combined for -
figure airlines PRICES PAID for
Days-473.4473. Nights used
.I| tochmantt. Old, but Square Plata, Galnetvllle. hp V-hull., Vinyl top and 9/18 10/2.
runt and Amtrak; yet the 7D2-3906. t/14 4tpd 9/4. These are a few of over Itchg mobile homes if mortgageis
I good. $350. 431-1114' alter 376-4466. tfnchg 8/28 bu industry used comparatively many deluxe accesorle Will BABYSIT In my home 2000 listings. Wa have all FEEDER PIG for sale. $20. Don't ForgetDeadline 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE

j 6 p.m. TFN a/28. MICIOWAVIOVIN little fuel. A fully Just like nawl I Call Monday-Friday, nights and types of property from and up. Yorkstlre.. forClassifieds HOME SALES

.ltn CHIVY MALIBU Touchmatlc' Full model left In. loaded bus get nearly 300( ( Gainesville 3763619. TFN. weekends, 4 BR laperataplay $90000 per acre and up. 9646528. 9/4 Itchg 9645606. Open 7'daytweekly. ,
CLASSIC 9.300 miles, V-6 'aya_ warranty.Variable is
fenced In LAND FOR SALIl 30 Ac. .
I passenger mile per gallon room yard. We have small tract, we] TFchg
like new, loaded. $4.BOO. power meat probe Business For Sale 964-11107. 8/28 2tchg also have several cabins Water Oak Creek area off 12 noon Tuesday WANTED Mobile home axles .
defrost cycle, etc. e *
I .96.3907.9/.9/11.
2fchg. Assume $18.20 PIANO USSONSi Beglnlng houses, old farms, ate Crawford Rd. Price and tiro. Will pick up.
1973 CADIUACiSedon payments students now scheduling 964.3756. 9. OLIN'S MOBILE
Write or call for frII.llng negotiable. HOME
I OeVllle. Loaded good Condition per month. White Sewing Business For Selei Custom HELP
1 Nell Mann 485.1175. 8/28 brochure. You can call free 21pd 9/11 SALES 964-9606. Open 7
$800. Call 4963285.. and Appliance Center I Meat Service Includes: 5 9/18 days a wetk..
4tchg of LAKE FRONT LOT FOR .ALE. WANTED TFchg
3527 S.W. Archer Road charge by dialing
Mutt call before 3 p.m. ,Ar- acres, 4 chicken house, WILL BABYSIT In my homo. CASH FOR COINS Gold
weekdays Anytime. 'chef .Square Plata, doublewlde- trailer, 18004387421. Write or Crosby Lok..w/dock.good. ,. -....V -
some You 1 leave them; we love r' ,,_t 100 ft. on''water. j> i' silvevt starling; dental
fishing CLERICAL
weekend"Itchg 9/4._ .Galnetvllle.. 376-4464. financing available. Local tltodoY: PART OR FULL
them. South IOO, 464-7295, CHEROKEE 964-5471. 9/4 Itpd gold. OF scrap jewelry' optical "
10 1/2 ACRISiOn*- radedI tfnchg aV28 0 Help Farm All modern 9/4 2tchg LAND CO TIME opportunity from I frame, etc J.R. BullIngion .
I: road. Ideal tot smell larm 21"COLOR TV r- equip. Some financing UTTll ANOUS DAY CARE Murphy. N.C. 289Otl 1 piece Burnt*Orange homo working' with moil. 9 4,6290 TFchg.

or hometlte. 15000. Call Zenith console walnut r. available. Going opera. lowest rate In fawn. In- w,.-. .Nogohyde living room sat No experience required.For WANTED Small Sawmill -
496-2294 from 9 arm to 3 finish under warranty.Repottassad. tion. Call Jane Ushar fonts and older children. 'with built In storage informationsend Call Doug Cook collect
Thur. and Fri. Sat. Pay balance Buses travel a route system 496-2126.9/4 tables. Nagahyda Simmons stomped self-addressed
p.m. Itchg Enroll now. Rev; and Mrt. ((904)) 684-2689 9 4 2tpd
f and Sun. all day. Itpd 9/4. due $186.10 cash or spanning more than Wright. Call 964-8<1.0. 9/4 FOR SALE hide-a-bed. Maple envelope. DYN-NAR 911Classified
assume payments $18.61 277.000 miles, carrying ----- ---- 'Ii Itpd dinette set, odd piece* of ENTERPRISE. P O. Box 36,

per month. White Sewing families and Individuals, vacation SEWING Horns and teams. furniture, electric Magic New Brunswick N.J.

and Appliance Center, traveler, shopper Simple alternations. Phone 25"COLOR TV Chef range upper and OB903. 8 76tchg 9, II.I J
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Classified Ads 3527 S.W. Archer Road, Ar. and Important mail and II 964.5493.9/4 Incite Zenith console walnut lower oven cook lice, used .

II gets results chat Gainesville.Square Plata package all over the coun I "Qa 1 I 1 CHILDCARIi In Lawtey,on Rd finish under warranty. coke machine side, dlsp.,
376-4466.
try. 225. for mora Information Repossessed. Pay balance lathe, panel taw, parable
.
llnchg 8/28 e e 1 .. I II call 782-38S3 9/4 1 tpdTHORNTON'S due $186.10 cash or tanks and cutting torch set
I
b : [ : : : ).i !! !! I : !! : : :! '! ii! : ;;! : ;; : L : HJ [ : : }-.-_ I II 1 1 LAND FILLS Wa assume per month.payments White Sewing$18.61 and lots more. Sat. Dally
I have fill dirt and lop toll.Wa Simpson house 3rd house ., .
I I[ do drag line work. Call and Appliance Cantor., left of Hampton boat ramp.
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3527 S.W. Archer Rood Archer
1 .
964-9861. 9/4 Itchg 9/4 Itchg
1 Square Plato.
I 1 NEW AND USED FURNITUREand
Gainesville. 376-4466.
K rif tfnchg 8/28 appliances. Porch
i *FREE MIC.OWAVIOVINTouchmallc roc....... BARGAIN n ow /

L-/ Learn flow to make model left 'In CENTER US 301 South '

HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE beautiful items for your -layaway. Full warranty. 964.6679. TFchg \ F1
C1AS5
i.
i home and apartment Variable power, meat probe PLUMBING FIXTURES win-

easily with TRI.CHEM LIQUID I defrost cycle etc dow.. doort pipes, plus \
I I 1 ADVERTISE;: \ EMBROIDERY, Ado Assume payments $18.20 10.000 other Items now at 1 t
per month. White Sewing Bargain Center, US 301 1' 1s
I 1 make terrific/ / gifts lor all /
Call [ occasiont Call Ruby. and Appliance Center, South. Starka. TFchg

I I ; 984-0300 I 782-3394. 9 s1khe. 3527 S.W.. Archer Rood Archer 30 ACRES of farm land good
Ads" I Square Plata potture. some timber
Classified 1 Today! Gainesville. 3764466. fenced with creek.

gets results -----------i. tfnchg 828UNCLAIMED 964.6528. 8/21 tnchg

SINGER GELDING PONY and tack.
Future.. of
one Singer's
..-:"Bet er VACUUMNEW finest models. Does It all Vary old square oak table
4 oak chairs ProfessionalStyle

Re leare': USED without hems, buttonholei.attachments.Stretch Blind Helene Curtis hair Ads Bring Results 3

.. :., .,' ; Wa finance ,' drlar. 964-733O. 8 28 2tchg
: SERVICES \ our own Hitches, designs' etc.

KIRBYS. Originally told for over Small Acreage. owner -; Xv

4.73.340or ROYALS S5OO. Party left area Payoff financed. 80-140 acre
balance due $141 cash form. Union county.
I 'EUREKAS
ar assume payments of Waterfront properly
473-4252 HOOVERS $12.10 per month. White owner financed. 20 Acres. GRAPES
Well
A LL ElECTROLUX Sewing Center 3527 S,W. Providence area road ScuppernongS
Repairs Of Major Archer Road Archer frontaga. Call Jane Usher,'

I Electric Appliances FILTER QUEENS Square Plata Gainesville. 496-2126. 9 4 Itchg ,... Drilling!: ; .....
SEARS Muscadine
Serving Bradford t City 3764466. ffnchg 8/28 iC it"fhru 0"

: Counties COMMERCIALWe THE SHUTTERBUG EZ to pick Fast Rotary

I repair all ma" .. GRAPES U-Pick. light Open everyday
Lawrence Blvd' Ktystonelake Drilling Equipment
I end dark Muscadines.lerge e WeddingsPortraits ,,8 a.m. Dark
YOUMG'SSince
t AL sweet 1st quality. e ....,yS.IjklFrLICENSEDPL1T'17S.!:' ....

1 ) Geneva IM9646918/ Open Mon.-'''. 86.Sun. _Anniversaries '

100nx410fl.lx.l9RcMtrktcd : JiJO-tiM SR26 ((2 miles Spencer's VineyardSR ...J _
test ef 301 ta 2OOA) See.Slgnt. 440.W. ModltonSt. 235A
: lot ID3U\ *
ft. minimum building q. 3 miles north ofStarfcaaiiUSSOl Langnecker Farm.9l 2.9.: Slorhe Alachua /New & U.edSales.PartlSenilee

: site In Bradford County 1t !. 151 964.7030 or 964.BI49JoeSopp Ph. 442-132

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Bradford Union County "".2261 SIMPSON ...__.E-Z. ,.Tprtn,3..,, ....


.I. Mini Storage Keystone 473-2210 DOZER WORK .Plumbing


t Hwy 100 st Hurt 31. Stork '....6305 .Jex.1S6-6B49.24 krs. LI C_ New Installation

lairs G'"III..ln.7".24h... 450 -D-7 Size ,
Repairs
Remodeling
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i RENTING: MOBILE HOME -X0&159! !: ,5on2nT-bee! .._ ."LA. CONTRACTOR 387.9991 CALL cOlLECT ROADSPONDSLANDCLEARING. .m.m.0r.441.1 .IR.

INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS T.V.I Tapes ft RecordsDAHMERS PUMPa

I DISCOUNT ALL WORK GUARANTEED, .. .

POLICIES' ROOFING '. DITCHING
964-7823: sales and service/ 20 y,. FlberajatiASPrlAlTrSHINGLIS' SUPPLY

REASONABLERATES 112 E. Call St. Starke x.hOlio's Jill LIMEROCK. COMPANY

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: MO IIe I. BIRCH'S 964-5534 ROOM ADDITIONS- TAR a GIAVIt.HOMIIM'IOVIMINTS Septic Tank Installations 864 N.

.: 10l0! ,: AM 0, Home Sales .IPM,.. PEST CONTROL'SRVl STUCCO ,'e BRICK a STONE \' Temple Ave.

t FREE QUOTES ".a TI!. AI..r r Key SWIMMING POOL BALL

Phone 964-6606-' I .for Positive .",. ....-/bscl' Central ac'::: morning Available. : CARP1H BROS. ._Starke......_. ..:Fla.............-

t E/a/ne/ M. oun .>gtr tn T 9a Baeciel Senkv IHt..n B-nr>. VIBM' .......;. loan Relocating to Bradford County 0" 964-6750 i'>. 964.7061

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.. Sep&ember4,19IIO
Page88
Florida Highway Patrol records rests are expected In the case.
show a 1862 Chevrolet pickup truck, The press release stated Sheriff,
I.' News BriefsStarke operated by Michael H. Sanders, 22, Dolph E. Reddish on Tuesday afternoon
S\ ,of Starke, was westbound on Trison the.description a thecvehicle
o Street and a U73 Ford sedan driven ching of
County Sheriff's Department for by Gwendolyn P. Robinson 33, of used In the robbery; on US-301 neat
Woman 43. striking a woman with a heavy glass Jacksonville was northbound on Bradford High School. The press
Charged with ForgeryA coffee mlli.Deputies. Albert Street The drivers did not see release Indicated that the vehicle was
\ John F.Dempsey, Don A. each other, according to the highway stopped and information was provided -
1u 43-year-old Starke woman has Denton,and Paul Stegall at 12:IS p.m. patrol report, because of trees and that It in fact was the car used In.
been arrested in connection: with 10 residenceon brush with both the service station robbery. :
forged check 1675.31 made Monday Sept. 1, went to a entering the Intersec-
totaling US-301 south of Starke and arrested tion at the same time.Sanders pickup
s out and passed to IGA
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su In Lake Butler.Spires grocerystore Paul Brown on a charge of aggravated truck was struck In the left front by ':
battery Laura Beasley. >the right front of the Robinson car. Youth Indicted .
Lt.D.L.Cochran of the Union Coun-
;
ty Sheriffs Department and Deputy Trooper W.M. Abrams cited In Knife Robbery
Sanders
Don A.Denton of the Bradford County Driver Asleep. for no tag. The Bradford County Grand Jury; ;
; LUNCI Sheriff's Department went to the Woman Charged Tuesday Sept. 2, indicted a 17-year; ,
.home of Danette Rae Wilkins in Car Out of Control old Starke male juvenile on a charge ;
Starke and arrested her on 10 countsof $3,500 damage was recorded in a In Then! RobberyA of robbery with a deadly weapon 4,
SPECIAL forgery and 10 counts of uttering a one-vehicle mishap with no one In- 22-year-old Starke woman was art knife,of a Lake City Insurance man In
forgery..Records show the names of jured 9 miles west of Starke on CR238at rested by the Bradford the Lawtey area Friday.Aug. 8. : I
Chris W.Marsh and James W. Maroh Harrison Lee Findley was chargedwith :
Sheriff's and
2:10: ( a.m. Sunday, Aug.31, Department hared \
r were used on the check. Florida Highway Patrol records with being a principal In robbery with a deadly weapon,a
Choices On August 20 Wilkins was arrested show a 1978 Mercury coach operatedby degree in the Monday Aug. 25, rob- knife which he used to rob Leroy MoiS.
Dally by the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment Randall L. Reddish, 18, of Starke, bery at the Thonl Service Station rell of$490.Since .
1M1 on a charge of Issuing a was eastbound on CR-238 when he fell located S .miles north of Starke on his arrest the juvenile has
$77.01 worthless check to TG&Y storeIn asleep and the coach entered a curve, US-301. been held at the juvenile center In
14 Different Selections Starke last April 20. She posted a left the road onto the west shoulder, BCSD records show Janet Marie Gainesville. :C
$525 surety bond in that case with the travelled 130 feet In a ditch and rolled Honiker was charged with aiding and He will be prosecuted as an adult in
BCSD. over one and a half times, counseling with a second party In Bradford County Circuit Court. .No:
8 Home Cooked Vegetables Wilkins Is being held In lieu of No citations were issued, by the relation to the robbery of attendantMrs. date has been.set for his trial. :'
$10,000 bond In the Union County Jail highway patrol. Sue Gault 71, of Starke.
In Lake Butler. While at the jail she Records show that during the 3:45:
FANTASTIC SALAD BAR
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became ill and Is a medical patient at
entered the "
p.m. robbery,one subject
Union General Hospital in Lake Cars CollideAt service station and cut the telephonewire 'ClassifiedAds f
Butler as this paper went to
press. and then took an undertermined
Intersection
t. GARDEN RESTAURANTU.S. Hitting With Mug amount of cash from the attendant.The :
$225 damage was recorded in a suspect according to a BCSD
Draws Battery CountA pickup truck-car accident with no one press release, then fled the scene In
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301 N. Starke of mile south of Starke Get Results
23-year-old Starke man was arrested injured.1 a at an automobile with three other sub-
by deputies of the.Bradford the Intersection of Trlson and Albert jects. Some of the robbery monies
Streets, at 4 p.m. Sat., Aug 30. have been recovered and further ar-
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Floats $ZReg 0 0


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24" 7 5 C


Green Mr. Turtle 3 Ft. Poly VinylSwimming 6' Poly VinylSwimming
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Swimming Pool Pool PoolReg.


Reg. *1 WITH SLIDE

SOC Reg. 14M $700 Reg. '/" $300 '16" goo'


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Styrofoam Water Bug 1

Snorkel SailBoat Swim Puff
Rings C Jr. ProTennis
75 Reg. 9" $ 00
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Child'sBadminton


$200 Reg. *1M 75 c Reg. *2" $1 JL oo Reg. 1" SOC Reg. 3" $200 Reg. *4.. $199




Inflated Croquet Squirt Gun Sale Nose Clips Jr. Pro : Child's 3 PC. .



Pool Set Reg. 69 33C Reg. 49' 25 Golf Set" Garden Tool) Set


Reg. *8" Reg. 449 20" Long Handle Reg. e5. :

.$400 $2 oo FertilizerSpreader D Handle Shovel Reg. t''1" 75 G .Reg. *2511 $100

21" Potato Fork X30
Reg. $800 Long Handle Cultivator ,



Sand Buckets Flippers SALE GOOD THRU Trac Ball Nimbus t


& Snorkel Reg. '3M SEPT. 7 1980 A Sail Plane t

Reg. $899 Reg.: 8" :

SOc Reg. t1' $200 Labor Day Sweepstakes Winner's Choice s1 Ottll $400 i

REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES

.Magic Chef! 5-Pc. Silverplated

Microwave Oven Coffee Service ..

-Canon! AE-1 .Samsonlte
Styrofoam 35mm SLR Camera Luggage SetCharBroil

Gas Grill19" Color TV

Surf Board Rldgeway! 12" B&W TV (1 each ., '

Grandmother Clock to 10 winners) .'


Reg. $442 Sale Register now and you A total of 17 prizes in Reg 99'
may be a lucky winnerl! ..all! Rules are posted in
Registration starts August all TG&Y.stores. First,
24. and ends at closing name drawn gets cho-'
time September 1. Join ice of any one prize
P $200 In the fun. .there Is'no : second name drawn gets SW
purchase necessary'' choice of any one
remaining. prize, etc; ,
Void whf rp r t.'hl'I'' by I law .

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Starke,'Fla.

TGAY'S ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE POLICY-TfiAV'a policy !I. to always have advertised merchandise In adequate supply In our star*** In
the event the advertised merchandise Is net available due to unforeseen reasons,TOY will provide a Rain Cheek,upon r.qu..tI"d.'that themerchandise
may be purchased al the sale! price when It becomes available, or you may purchase similar quality merchandise at a similar. WS40
price reduction We will be happy to refund your money If you are not satisfied with your. puro".... III Is the)policy ef-TOY to see. that V.II...)
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