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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 12, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Spigot Turned Off After Wet ;JulyAfter Index.: : .*. bk SINCE 1879 -


a Couygotturned the supposedly: "rainy season,?' the I spigot Two Sections" ". I. ..,',.;,'
in Bradford off and has with
a near drought developed SECTION At WNews : "
subnormal rainfall August and the first nine days of September. ....Pag.* 1A-MW: ;.
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Camp Blanding reported aroundseixn total rainfall for August, a editorial. ... ., .-.IA..Page 4A.Je I t
month that usually brings Inches to the area. Blanding Soclity .. ....Pages.%A-7A.J'*II!
reported 2.88 inches of rain for,the first nine days of September. Correspondence.. .. ... Patio S A{it: r
August was extremely dry In Bradford County with "scatteredshowers" Sport.. ....Pages 'A,10A&12A ,tL
totally missing the New River and Santa Fe fire towers, while .gi*a Real Bit.... ,Page 11 A;*{, .
Highland tower fared little better with a .9-Inch rain. ,
MfBrief
,County average for July was 11.4 Inches, while August recorded only 2.1 ,SECTION*... ..Si. ...,.'' .-.,...4iObitusrl.s..Pigs The Sweetest Strawberries. This Side of Heaven102nd
inches of rain less than one-third of the normal average for the month. SBClassifieds .' .

The four-day forecast Friday through. Sunday is mostly sunny with ::, .. ,...... .age 4Bi7i'2'J", Year STARKE,FLORIDA 2S Cents Copy
afternoon thundershowers. ,,, '' 8th Issue 5U' .
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i..,. d' Xirw incumbents Lawtey commissioner years experience working under Kel--
Dave Shuford and Hampton ly.Hurst
school board member Vernon maintained throughout the
r' Parmenter, were defeated Tuesday campaign that he was a fulltime resident '
Sept. 10, in the Bradford County of Bradford County.
Democratic first primary voting. Hall and her husband rented an

Newcomer Lawrence Mosley beat apartment in Starke at the beginning
of this .
19-year veteran Dave Shuford in year.Simmons
every precinct except the two inShuford proposed that he would
's home district of Lawtey, change the hours of the office if
and almost matched him there. elected to give business people a better
H k chance to conduct their business
rR Veteran school board member with the tax collector's office.

Rodney Hall from Theressa who Akrldge did not speak at the rally
served 18 years then sat out a term' to due to the death of a close friend,
get a new perspective easily regained Frank Clark who died shortly before
'
4y the seat he gave up four years ago, the rally got under way in the parking
-, ; going 2,910-1,633 over Incumbent Ver- lot of the Theressa Community
: i : non Parmenter of Hampton Lake.r Center,

.. Esther Shuford Hall gained a first
primary win with a 265-vote over County Commissioner

three opponents to become the coun- District 3
ty's tax collector. Mrs. Hall Is a longtime Maxie Carter, Jr., was re-elected to
employee of the tax collector a second four years by defeating
office and decided to run for the poet political newcomer Lawrence Griffis. I
when her boss, J.R. Kelly, decided to Unofficial vote totals include:
retire after 32 years In office. CARTER. ,.... .." .. :.. <.2.978
GRIFFiS.:.. .. .. .. ....1.680 p
Seventy-two percent of the county's Carter stated at the Theressa Rally
7,438 registered voters showing no that he was a fair honest and impartial
>tendency to unseat Incumbents ex- member of tole county commis
for the
cept outspoken commission sion. He praised the people of
chairman Dave Shuford.
Theressa whom he, ,stated did an
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outstanding job.
,1,1,; Maxie Carter, Jr. overwhelmngltt.relecteoV2,97'Vate ,! \to He stated that he would the. ., ,.
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put
-yW till c pv.iI! l1'li' foal ,,,nh r } : Super.. up
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tJt::4C;, 1 ...... _.1..: J.. ... ... :vi oriOfJCtections t ; .>Wev4Xlynn> got ,oy lit the stat. l Fforlda.Cqu ; ..:Y.v..1S...:....".;,., L.t, .
.. 3,214 votes, the most of any candidate Griffls pointed out that escrapingSee
In easily beating back a challenge
Bradford Boosters. '
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from Mrs.Sandra Norman. School
Voters Oust... Page n.vJhcCEo
rYt This bunch of 1980 Bradford High cheerleaders. will be a bouncing bevy of Board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson
t' BHS boosters as they lead and direct cheering for the season opener in Macclenny polled 2,996 votes in beating back a
this Friday night, Sept. 12. challenge by dentist Richard Odom.
The girls are (I-rh First row- Gina Lane, Vicki Carver. Doll Waters, Karen Veteran School Supt. Tom Casey got ( um (trierV.
M1V Chltty. Stacy Denmark. Second row- Tabbl Folsom Janet Jordan Terri Matthews 2,915 votes in easily beating back
.' Melllsa Mayo. Monica Green. challenger Jerry Lawson.
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a Starke city councilman Wilbur
Waters who is giving up his council
seat to run for the county board led
the S-candidate District 5 commission -
race by almost a 2-1 margin with
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1,570 votes Homer Hart, owner of
Break Time on the Gridiron.:.. Star Enterprise on SR-100 west
of at the county line edged In-
Bradford High football players l-r') John Thompson Bruce Rehberg.Clayton i
to the run-off beating out
Norman and Eric Carroll (In background) take a drink break during Monday young
newcomer Richard Roberts by 46
session.
practice
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The season opens officially at 8 p.m. Friday, Sepl.12 In Macclenny when the votes. 'do :
Tornadoes meet the Baker High Wildcats for the 29th lime., Bradford High has CommissionDistrict
.County
:r won 27 and the teams have tied once. '
Set Pages 9A.I IA for more on sports.\ 1Veteran l'
i Commissioner D.L., JHJI ISQ&V.UPTIMSM H k
.S Si i (Dave) Shuford was defeated by a REGISTRATION e

political newcomer Lawrence P. ton GIRL SCOUTS.
Mosley, a tire store operator in SROWNliS ADULT IIADEIS

Starke. 7:00 M.-Women's Club
I.I Unofficial returns minus the . .
absentee ballots vote gave the follow- CITY Of I'LANNING'


I Crosby,, Milner, Woods Win Council Jobs ing SHUFORD.1,989 MOSLEM totals: ..:. .. ... .. .'/J. 2.722 Beard Meotlng.Jitt City' HallIHSPOOTSAUCAMI ZONING P.M.

Shuford a service station operatorin .
Lawtey, and a veteran of 16 yearson -' -lIJ1lA..UfIMIUlL.I' I F-
Three new city commissioners, Bob race. Milner polled 1,010 votes to JM dily in his second bid for a city council man In the run-off for the county's the commission was outspoken
Mllner, Jimmy Crosby Jr. ,and for Westcott. seat. He lost 507-559 to Harold Epps in District 3 seat with Homer Hart.' during his tenure on the board and
Travis woods, were elected Tuesday, Waters holds a 2-1 lead over Hart In has been known as a tell-it-llke-it-ls In Mote.,."",
Sept. 9, in Starke voting to replace Jimmy Crosby Jr., a member"the 1978.The the first primary. person for many years. SOOP.M.
county Democratic Committee aid 57 percent turnout In the city .. .
three council members who left of One poll watcher commented to the --'----- -
an administrative assistant tn the was the area's lowest. The county hit It was the first time not a single Incumbent likes to be told 3ATtflQAyj pj .I.llt!
Telegraph: '"nobody
fice.Bob prison system, went 2-1 by former cl-', the 70 percent turnout predicted by sought re-election, says City like it is, they prefer it sugar-coated tlAGAN-BUSH
Mllner beat school teacher ty hall employee Lavon Jackson In I Supervisor Neva Flynn. Hampton 'Clerk Merrill Edwards a 21-year "
and slid under the door. Worker
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Meeting
< Walter Westcott 3-1 In the Group 1 out 78.8 veteran.
the Group 3 race. Crosby got 967 votes turned percent. Mosley campaigned on the theme 1P.M. ._
to 470 for Mrs. Jackson who laYsIhe' The council seats became vacant Since a run-off election Is not that he was a bright young candidatethat ,S4 N. Temple Ave. ':
because of Woods' first
1 always wanted to run for office when councilmen Ted Oglesby and necessary had new Ideas on the operation of lMLJtmMllUL
win the city will save about
but never had time until her' children primary business. He stated the
at
councilman Harold Epps decided not county Sredf erd
: '1,000. Edwards said. With only one County
were grown to run again. Councilman Wilbur race there would probably have been Theressa Rally Saturday night Sept.6 I School Boerd Meeting

Q-oab.ld Tuesday night that sen- Waters gave up his city seat to run for a very low turnout, the clerk points that he would work on cutting the fat '7:00 P.M. _
timent ,has developed to have a the county commission, and is top out.L out of the county budget if elected. .. erseeweo ::
woman on the city council. He agrees Shuford at the same rally was IRADSORo COUNTY =:
with that sentiment but ls happy it visibly disturbed over remarks made Commlaslonert' Budget

didn't happen this time says the by another candidate in another coun- ,Werk.hep-l P.M. :.

former aide to state Rep. Frank prp sap ecrace a threw hard n_
ad-libbed.
Williams, D-Crystal Lake. hitting : ISDAy.SIPT.M.III' ,
defense of tile board of county
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Newcomer Travis Woods a supervisor ,com million. 'f STARKICOUNCIL
In the driver's license office for He stated that everybody was for Mevtlng.7 P.M.
the Florida\ Highway Patrol pulled I drainage but there Is not one red cent o.o..o.SROOKt .
off a first primary win over two opponents -! for:drainage in the county budget. COUNCIL '
in the Group 9 race. Woods, 'out Meting. 7iJO P.M. .
Shuford pointed that several I .. ...
724 votes to 355 for Joe Williams
got years ago the commission put a sam
and 286 for John Ramsey. It was the ple ballot on drainage and it was overwhelmingly SOUTHSHM PTA :
first try at politics for all three. voted down. Meeting t 7tM P.M.
Ramsey Is a former city fireman. Everybody is for drainage until (t_.*.HP.M.I)

Williams Is a city apartment complex they have to pay for it,''Shuford says. ; .'
owner and a member of the city plan- IFJ? THUMDAV.SIPTHMSiH!.U

nlng..and coning,board. Tax Collector SALAD LUNCHION S

Retiring Commissioner Hazel Esther Shuford _Hall, veteran United MeMiodlM' Worn .
Paulk, received a surprise plaque employee of the Tax Collector's Office ,.I ,.(Jew.hl"Holt ,
from master of ceremonies Elbert ,defeated three male opponents to : U*.Method! Church

Hersey at the political I rally Saturday; replace her boss of many years. J.R. ;" D..tfot-.l.! r

Sept. 6, In appreciation: of her i1 Kelly. who" is 'going to ,,retire In :'/. :. .,
support ;
of the Theressa community) ,January sell real estate. after"32, )' >
volunteer fire department during the : years in the post., '14' I> Coyrtocr t I ...
five years Paulk: has served on the Unofficial returns[ "show, the totals .4 '. r JACKSONJJIJILDING .:
Bradford County board. .I follows: .. '
ESTHER .1AU......,,!,,,....z.ut SUPPLY.
CARL HVRST..3 1
..... ... ........ ..... Tabulating... STEVE SIMMONS; ..:,;P.S4e. i; ", Of Stark' ,

Ballot Drops... | how do N but Starke EMM1TT B. AKRIDGC.4.3tl: .' \ :yaw 3011964:6078'
The olden writings thathave It looks slightly messy and you wonder they accurately H.II.I the Theressa Rally,promise! ';,
Tom Harding, s precinct worker for come down to the poll workers usually have the winners accurately determined by a or.130.This 'td the, 500 people' preaent that she I ICOY.H.lgh"'
28 years drops his ballot In the inset present day are just Is how things were fust after the polls closed Tuesday and the.ballots were being ,would be a fuHtlm Tax Collector with ,Hwy-100 and 2lA4731979 :

Terwlllegar Motors Precinct: 13. over 5000 years old. separated In preparation" to counting. experience citing her ,more,than 37 ,




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IA TELEGRAPH September II,1MOI

Man Dies At Theressa Rally I
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'. n. ."" it'X. .; j(, ;," ; Clark history of
\" ,.a' ;; heart attack. had a
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f l t otUamptondiedat
v. I "I 1', r'Y "''''. I,, 'ili 'ft;Frank c.Clark,74. after heart trouble. !
rally
the Theressa political
!I! candidate for
a heart attack Just prior to Emmitt Akridge a
suffering a
close friend of the
and a
tax collector
Saturday,
the start of the speaking
':: Clark family, did not speak at the

: Sept Clark a. died In the parking lot of the Theresa rally because of. Clark's'death.

Theresa Community Center before .
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1 Clark was a native of Lakeland. He
arrived. Emergency -
? rescue personnel Bradford County in 1968. He
moved to
n i. ;,' Medical Technicians from Rescue
Tax Collector' '. but he was a retired pump mechanic for'.
revive Clark
: 7S attempted to
22 12 1* 27 S2 M 29 12 14 11. to".f Railroad.
IS 27 Coastline
27 IS Seaboard
AkrltfgoHall the
14* 104 II* HlI' died shortly after undergoing
144 112 -
1 $44 '" 140 217 10* 129 110 212 217 .
HuntSlmmont *l 43 SO 01M 107 8* 132 .l IS2 t7. 104 tt III I* 7* 187JO : null' r
3* IS I* 844. "' .. Iii
34 '
21
:J S4 12 61 74 1* *4 S2 44 ''.

It School SuporlirtoncW 14* 174 12 213 144 10* 254 17* 2SSIM 218 212 14* 197 147 12 2t1* '. .
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oytown 1744 ,, :,
1442M 114 43 122 M M '
13t1SI 147 5t S* M
:::' 21* 107 tl dth7cg
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of llocttomCounty
Sup 284 2t7 120 174 IIS IM 242 161 :224tl IS* 142: S2I4 : ,
:$04 167
I i Flynn Norman 116 122 73 100 lit 73 141: 4* 104 lot to t4 84 7t 111 .",,eMNf,'t"; 1, ..',.,.,h .

Motl Comns.-Dist.t 2SI I2S2S4 180 208 24 122 1t4 147 267 214 ISO 144 Itt 17 ,144 2m "I." '.. '. Y' ,_ a robert harris salon
yShutoro' .
174 00 147 11 71 12* 112Starling IS* 141 14* 114 lit 74 72 It0 9' r
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:
111 13 IM 1110 2t7 .
CortorGrrfffB 27* 220 12* 280 284 10* 272 170 260 214 222 Presents
: 20t 62 101 99 184 M 84 II 14 137 111 71 10 77 1O 140SS ..

: County ........-Dlst. 5Hoot T
44 34 .1 7t to 30 II 17 17 76 : 41 SO 92 M2 It ttl
L Roberts 00 41 24M 01 tlS2 102t 11IS 54 107 St S3 S* 44 17 14' .77 4* t4S
75 14 39 44 4t 41 4* 77 as 87 14 72 r 701 N' TSS
;=. Worn' N 21 34 34W SO II 100 41 67 31 2* it 40 28 %,' 841 2* S07
: Watora 237 177 104 172St 36 126 37 129 tl 220t S31SS 10* 47 36 1870. 114 144

;: School ....DI.f. 1
188 302 It* 207 134 141 2tM
:. Lawson 120 201 141 217 126 226
: Odom 140 4S 7t 124 184IS M SO 100 181 161 114 .7 lOt 78IN 74 1401

i- School ad..-Dist. 4 '. ,
Hall 231 144tl 111 its 101 211 141: 212 248SI 210 171 It* 12 2t10 "

: armonttr 242 103 141 ISO 12 SO 47 148 lot 44 110 72U' .- ,148...... ; .

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Domocrot 1I/ # 2 N3 14/ IN' 17 18/ 119 HI 10 Ml I 12 113 1// 14'325/ :

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Senator ,
U.S.
Coffey :I :I 4 1 :3 26 I" I :3 6 2 2 2 0' 1:1: II 'L'/; '
: 72 114 104 II 126 107 71 93 04 61 17' 0 A ;: \
:::: GuntorMockoy 91 107 13 III 141 ,/.rJ ",
: 179 7:1: 62 12' 171 69 71 74 178 II' 134 106 152 79 ,,17 ',1737 : '
0: MlllorPatHgrow 6 0 10 I 7 I II 2 I.. I I .1 2 2., 2 II 'C;(:" .'.
,; 20 2:1: 11 11 13 8 11 4 12 14 12 8 17 I I 111 ISO 1. '

::: lton. 15 56 406 66 67 :It 7S 64 t2 17 64 13 12' 34.4t. I"tOI .;i'. f...
: State G.lion S.l. Dlit. I 42 43: 25 U 19 I 10 It II 21 U 14 It 11 '24 4d :,,. 'i""

: Skinner 321 117 131 232 172 141 151 179 320 264 207 174 191 143 141 ::1074 "
Wink-urn. 69 21 44 41 II 22 74 31 71 .2 II 264. II 12 720 : :' ,
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: State SM.-Dlil. 10 110 131 107 II W 62', 114 130 t, .. f{ ,;
Keith 251 17 II 16 117 64 14 '-=
=__ KlrkpotrickMcOrlff 112 12 II 92 387 64 112 26 'II to 01 71 100 54 ,32,2361, ... VICKI NORMAN
II 12 67 120 157 IS II 97 175 132 116 100 130 811 7. 1633zz ;
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: 41 ...'\r. We to have Vicki
are proud
publicanCronihaw ;
4 0 0 1 4 2 1 0 ",1 :3 2 00 O :I .. 8 20" ; r
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0 4 I 1 0 0 ,.1. J'G" .' .. i
Dlnklnl 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 I'f'} M
:: :to. '
:;:: *roy' 2 1 I 0 I 0 I 0 I 9 I .0 ..:ft.t.o6. ". ". r- as part of our staff
7 I 6 6 4 I 4 11 11 17 6 4 0 110" .
:;:: HawklmRubin I \
0 0 1 0 1 0 I I\oI y y v"f'A ,
; 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .'. '\Il I' OpgS
= Were 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0'. 0, 3 : :'. ; ?
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::: ., VICKI WILL FEATURE THIS
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I1ank; Lott is Mayor, Wadsworth is Clerk, ,. INTRODUCTORY OFFER

OAIfffi R s e, DAYS



Curtis, Williamson on Council in Hampton e

_=5_ .. i iHanhTlott lea

Jr. WW'Mecl&l'mayorof(' Wadsworth wit"SfleclidS"! ,CTfcrles' r..btr'lflit t '4P'& it9r :' r P. 'd he co"ii tl 1lTi detriments 1<<"'I' .... ...

Williamson, former councilman and Lq J.9. ._, w .f.. '
amptM In, votingdaySept..9.T ,, ,5 ) .C .. \ 0
lnnlnfM- over John,li viiw in a.heavy ? along wt'th' Ulolitlibeennl) to Curtis; I, ane \a mjq: tl'?- Wn 1 1M'c( 1n..Pff'III.1 percent Of' I
I Ujrnout. \: Ted Sr. which pays the nor -Florida area.' registered voters. Including seven 8
Marshal Fred Phillips was reelected He is also a former city councilman., absentees cast ballots In Hampton.The .
A nev city clerk, Gordon P. without opposition. The mayor's post has been vacant for office holders were to be sworn
the past year with councilman Curtis in at a city council meeting Wednes-
fillina the snot. day night, Sept. 10.
n-iii-wl the city clerk's job,
"Younger Generation"SQda Wadsworth, a newcomer, got 75
votes, ousting incumbent clerk Iris
I Clark who trailed in third place. W? MAn
Challenger Lori Brooks polled 41

Shop OpensThe votes and clerk Hart 35. ..... .. .? Jivl 01
Veteran councilman Ted Curtis, Sr.
and Charles Williamson were elected
'"Trounger Generation", a new have a good time." to the two city council seats up for&', I
entertainment center designed, as Opening day Saturday will be cap- vote, in which the top vote getters win r' "
part-owner Sherry Ramsey puts it, ped by a dance at 7 p.m., with $1 ad- the seats. Curtia had r 84.)votes. I
.to just-lie a place where kids can go mission charge. The weekend dances Williamson 85, and I Incumbent> county
to havera shake or a coke and get will be a regular feature at the cilwoman Wilma ;rMcDanieMraileii/
some fiat and recreation... after the Younger Generation. with 6'1 votes. :.; ,- I'i; j ji.1]
show, t before the show, anytime" "The parents are welcome to come Williamson said W nesOa1110I'IHIIng. t Summer ]LOhairs S ]I It
opens Saturday,Sept. 13, at noon witha in Saturday night and anytime to sit Sept. 10, he Is considering resignIng -'' -Z-Boy
danceset for the first night of opera- down and have coke while their kids the council seat he Just won If the
tion. w are there," Mrs. Ramsey said. seat will revert to JVlraJ McDaniel.
Mrs. ::Jlamsey' one-fourth of the Hours will be from 2:30 to 9 p.m. Williamson said something1'came up
ownership team that also includes Monday through Thursdays and noon after he qualified that wilt 'prevent ,
husband"John Ramsey and John E. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturdays. him from attending all the meetings
and JunjjjiGrlffis mentioned the show '
because:the "Younger Generation"will t AmPricTo'
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be nestled between the Florida -
Theatrtf=movie house and Kenwln' ....t" "
dress shop on West Call St. To all the fine folks of a .
In the old soda fountain atmosphere ..
Included( ''Ij,1. '... -. ,
will be tables and booths as ; j\\ ,
Bradford County : .,
well ast&e soda fountain, which was ,ji:, -...... ':
dropped"lnto: place Monday. Also, a '.
game cSom, including pool tables, P 'tiR ....'...":ur .,'

pinball-rrnachlnes: and computer / appreciate "
your
games like space Invaders, is adja- really "r ;I. ,
cent to PIe soda shop. :: ,: '
"We specifically want to cater to support in bid for School
my
the youfiger/ / kids because we feel like : ..
Ihey'rerless fortunate In not having ri+ rk r
places (ago because they can't get in Superintendent .
a car and drive to Gainesville," Mrs.
Ramse/jcontinued: In explaining the
idea shag; her husband, and friends Thanks
have talked about for a couple of :
years. ';The grown-ups and older kids
are welcome too of course... as long '
as they1on't get too rowdie." Pd. Pol. Adv. Jerry Lawson wa.e \
That last word- rowdie-Is one the '
owners:Lfcope will never be used to No W 1111111 =MIA I Fall to
desrlbetheir new business. "This is
going toibe a clean, fun place." Mrs. .
Ramsey romlsed. "There will be no

alchohabc beverages no gambling, I frr
law enforcement will be available... ;
We want:: the parents to feel comfor- 1' / I d
table atyjut dropping their kids off fora
night It's not going to be Just
another;6oo l hall.

"We' .:like the parents to give us ,. :
their suggestions too. We want them ..:'1r
i the pa ants) to help us help their kids
have a' place in Starke to go to .St"le 82.1 .
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September 11.IfNIO TELEGRAPH Pale SA
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I. Appraiser Submits $177Milli6nTaxRoIlA The Your Generation

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$177,954,919 tax roll, up over 92* New construction has.gone up In the cuts, seeming to accept: them as million, has been submitted by Property county to$3,815,640.Alvarez n Lasatmonth I., statewide on Oct. 7.
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez to also told the commission the board took tlie pro- I
the state Department of Revenue with that a mill, effective Oct. 1, would be posed cuts home to study>and have Figures have been presented that If 964-8661
a millage of 6.974 that will bring Brad-' worth $175,747.82 an Increase from awaited some word from Alvarez on the referendum passes, the tax roll '
ford County $1,240,881 in advalorem the approximately$147,000 rate that It the tax roll and proposed millage. will be cut$33 million dollars retroac- .
taxes If the tax roll la approved.The has In the current budget. The proposed cuts: left a 8.5 pay In- tive to October 1 of this year. Opening Sat. Sept. 13th
Bradford County Commission Clerk Gib Brown last month crease for county employees,but officials
has scheduled a special, meeting presented a balanced budget to the requesting more than 6.5 per- Brown's figures do not Include the ,
Thursday, Sept. 11, at 9 a.m. (today) board by slicing $224,000 from spending cent had those reduced to 8.5 percent. eight percent Increase the board can Dance With Surprise
to consider adopting the mills a as requests,using$275,000 In carry- Brown pointed out last month that add under current law, which would
presented by The board over funds plus $100.000 In Interest the balanced spending bill Included $48,000 to the funds available.
Is scheduled to meet Monday, Sept earned. only $77.458 In reserve funds. Brown Auditor Pat Farnsworth stated Brad-
IS, at 8 p.m. In a budget workshop.The Almost every line Item In the proposed stated that the figure Is very,very low ford County has been reimbursed Disc Jockey will begin at 7 PM
tax roll has Increased from budget was cut by Clerk Brown for$2,360,853 In operating funds. some$47,000 per year by the state for I
$151,321,195 during the fiscal year $117,732 came out of the general The budget figures are based on a those persons 65 or older already ,
which ends October 1. fund, $97,223 from the Road and millage of 8.313 mills, that figure up ,have been receiving a $10,000 '$1 admission ,
That tax roll carried a millaga rate Bridge transportation fund and because Brown was taking Into 'homestead exemption but said the
of 7.889 which also would generate $28,000 from the hospital's allocation. consideration the probability the proposed state Is going to stop that reimburse- I''
$1,240,981 in advalorem taxes. The board had no comment about the Increase In Homestead Exemp- 'ment.r Come and enjoy) the new
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The usual crowd of relative,supporters,well-wishers of various candidates, they did the old city voting place at the'fire station, to await first election .
and the candidates themselves gathered In front of the new city hall, just as results. of your tax dollar? 1 1J

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I Fascinating Facts About Starke ,"and., Bradford. !" ,County I'


Thing* you may never have known Seminole Indians.It was once the site 'tMo., .. ,1'-, ,
about Starke and Bradford County: of the largest citrus tree in Florida discouraged growers abandoned their -S arke.was Incorporated In 1876
1 which bore more than 10,000 orangesin groves and the citrus Industry. moved with Or. J.L.' /Caaklns M the first
tr. The second highest point in a season. farther south In Florida.; mayor. No J .Florida ls Trail Ridge that extends got the of Starke but there are
-'o- north and south from the Georgia line -Bradford County was created by -Klngsley Lake had three post offices leVer&
to the Keystone Heights lake area, legislative act In 1861 and was named in 1889-Kingsley on the North theori
and passes just east of the Clay County In honor of Capt. Richard Bradford, side, Lakevlew on the south side and
line between Starke and Kingsley s.'nta Ionia on the West side. The lake was -The
who fell In the Battle of Rosa
populated by of citrus and
Lake. It was the first part of Florida growers .
Island the first Florida officer killedIn
other fruits at that time.
-sortto: emerge above sea level in the Civil,War. Col. ,.
times. .ube :
prehistoric Fires have played a big part In the
Fort Harllea, southwest of Starke, -The "Big Freeze" of 1895 killed history of Starke. One in the 1880's -The :
between Hampton Lake and the Santa the orange groves In Bradford County burned an entire commercial block sits
,s-.ic.Fe River was built to protect early which was then in the orange-growing including three-story brick building, the
-settlers Iq this area from rampaging belt of Florida. After the freeze the tallest structure In town. ween

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Into the Santa Fe and
r:; ..In11 With the excitement of theE seem to think that the only missile in order to teach 'the i and on to the Gulf of ,

First Primary battles now a way to defeat Ronald Reaganis Russians .a,lesson. part of abandoned, however,
E' to make him personally the big an high cost'of construc
:,t matter of history, except for a central issue of the whole "It is Just as unfair and un- -A get- ships across Trail
Mew remaining run-off
.. ., races fullttention campaign and to portray him true to accuse President ,
II i voters can now turn their
as the embodiment of all evil Carter of planning to invade Count yy's old red brick ,
to the for
,-'. campaign Iran in order to win the elec- still in 1902 "
and eager to get the United built at a cost <
election of President in
a new States into another world war. tion as it is unfair and untrueto is still in use today, '
November. So far there has ,Iy two !
accuse Ronald Reagan of of the State Employ
':: been only a little preliminary "In their early thrusting, being eager to send American there is ,the Farmers Home Ad-
,, the
the presidential and the Public
candies the Republican strategistsseem troops into combat whereverthe .
and even this has to think that the best U.S. does not get what it -A I

been disappointing because way to defeat Jimmy Carter is wants.. cess hauled cotton by ox
ri most of it has been confined to to denigrate his character and oranges for water
indwelling: :: on the negative to diminish everything about the BI through Black Creek
"If this it will tend
,<*! : rather'than the keeps up, orange River in the days
Ii: accentuating him. Each be
; seems to Into
to turn the next two months in- got }
Starke.
-:1:' .;;positive:So far, the campaign" treating the other as if he to a miasmic divisive came to
j:' % -;*as gotten off to an in- were an enemy of the nation presidential campaign which -The

-4,.auspicious I and hum-drum not a choice to be the next will cloud the choice of the Atlantic
ico
t,-,-st&rt, and has been of very lit- President of the United next president and make it and was.
tle help to the voters in States. painfully difficult for him to during

'Y *at'a eciding the'' which White man House should for "It would be my judgmentthat govern at a time when effec- two ;
'.3" Occupy ,
most American voters tive government is ,urgently the Sea (II:
DexUour
___lINt years. needed.-
will not respond well to such a )
& !* A 'I long time observer of campaign and will not relish "When such a campaigngets i

-''political campaigns Roscoe having their choice for President
fairly started, it is hard to
__.---Drummond, had this com- marred and muddied by time to do so is now,
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.--s-sJnent' I '" in a recent column: such Irrelevant, rhetoric. before it deteriorates further. through the pricing
...the way things are now going lower price to you.
** headed into of "Of course, it is expectablethat ,
*. we are one I'lc 1
.'s the most bitter, uninformative the Democrats will wantto "When ,any nominee THeir tips will allow you, !
epithet-laden cam- remind voters of foolish devotes his time dominantly Seer, to market with :
nave views which Reagan has to attacking his opponent instead If ; for a fair profit. The old 'i.m
paigns we 1 experiencedfor
a long time. It is already sometimes expounded on the of expounding whyhe;, .? 1n'WM1' III,' ; : : :; ted get a bit what 10 you'You're pay paid for" r'A M

beginnjnfitp fee more divisive i: lecture what ). But the himself'should be elected.ilUj. .r, ; I : w"at 've got." J
than uie Nlxon-AicGavprn t :! oc issue is Reagan will do ifs J.suggest/caveat emptor Le, let u. were ;; ,
the Johnson-Goldwater con- elected."It the voter beware." f.' i we -
In McI>
test, in which the Arizona is a low blow to talk The best way for the The; '. '\f'
Senator was pictured as blow- about the hostages as if the American people to judge them

ing up the entire planet with President was at fault for which man is most qualified to'guide StWfOlt COUNTY
an atomic bomb. their seizure or is to be blam- the destinies of the holding preciate

"Let us hope that both sides ed because there is no present country for the next four public
will step back and have some means to extricate them. years, is to observe which IT'S 4114-al. By: 'Mark Fries

-sober second thoughts beforeIt man .first discards the j"" \
is too late. Both Democratic "But it is reckless to keep negative technique' ( oftrying 'J

"Shd Republican rhetoric insinuating that Reagan to tear ,$ti f ''r8IJtA'\, ; '\a...opposition ,
seems clearly offside. wants to increase our military and adopts,:tWQJIOSltive, \ ; ( approachofiiadvanctng steadily Vising demand,
strength in order to get us into i his own Good >I"IsI of Forestry has
"The Democratic war, or that he can hardly pro'iram.JforJ'cu'ti' : '' g the nation Does production of bareroot
strategists, at this stage, wait to shoot off a nuclear s Ula.. vr_ = i by about', 20 percent for
Dear ; ; \- I fnter planting
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'I -mid: fHitll/ It' It ; bite/, -rib
''; County I. tt'' Chief W.R.
I960, said orders for trees
: ; In. They will be
r were : first-come. first-served
"An
::.: ; seedlings are gone.
.. holds seedlings for planting
p. larger late November and con- !
Is what February. I

'- The Debatable Debates\: \, : Any 60* million trees of all '

or aide ) ,year.: That's con-
: \d be. ,; than we had last
? .A i: # salary said."We increased pro-
=;1 H SNot many months ago fall, and are patterned after debat+. JlVlhis1' ca ij the proceeding be / we could not meet

most politicians forecast that the fast-paced 1976 format of mlgHt end by each person last winter. Some lan-
tsp school to go outside Florida for
the Republican nominationwas questions from reporters, Mr. candidate':giving j cut-and- best
Ronald Reagan's for the Carter is likely to' come out, dried position statement' and .
asking if he didn't trip up. ahead since he is consideredto questions from reporters, An trees are slash

'. -. ..He managed to avoid serious be "nimble and clever" and which is really no mblance his job commonly planted tree

3-inishap, and by the summer very capable in the kind of of a debat in. th ;bistorical Is not or { about forestry 21 million regions.are W,
the polls made it look as if he face-to-face spontaneous
sense of the a I variety that will grow
had the Presidency in the unrehearsed give and take in ,. v' r.i' ,h' How than regular trees, I'
palm of his hand -- if he didn't front of television cameras.Mr. While Senator 'Anderson should t money In the pocket of
stumble. would likely' 'do';well in any painful of the Division of
kind of format because of his. Board provide improve slash a
Reagan, on the other to be : 100 percent of each
to control
Immediately after the national hand, should fare better if the ability over,what he keep says tight, and would divide the and as early as poIIl-
conventions Mr.reagan's .
format selected is somewhat
make
with voters
points just
stock was soaring in' more formal, allowing careful being included in the show available from the state I
by ,
the polls ,while PresidentCarter's advance preparation of alary several kinds of
his would
was dropping. presence doubtless Each to slash, a* well as
remarks, and avoiding face- benefit .I
Reagan by taking the lame kinds of oaks and
lieutenants had
Reagan's to-face confrontation. ,But if heat off from direct attacks by and dogwood and
drafted ''a series of high- Reagan starts making President Carter. amount for specialized plan-
sounding thematic speechesto extemporaneous remarks : 141,000 special sand

demonstrate his Presiden- based on misinformation, Meanwhile, the almost daily salary for production of
U.I .depth. But then came a overstatements, and even flow, of, Reagan bloopers is In .. a growing Industry

5'rWriea. of bloopers, and before some error, such as his in- causing some concern among driver for the,

Mr.' Reagan could gain the sistence that Americans do his followers, as well as his worker according to species of

public's undivided attention, not need to conserve energy staff. ,One of his supporters, and the \ >> at S6.50 for the
he was hurting his image with because there is still so much for- example, a successful In the of BOO slash.pine "

off-hand remarks, almost onea oil underground he is in businessman ,who calls for. million seedlings have
day, his eyes strayed off the trouble. Reagan "a good governor" in Florida each of the
main target and some of his and who likes his philosophy with a total edging

Jabs bounced, back against his. President Carter, aware ofReagan's admits now to having seconathoughts. every year.Only about ,
chin weaknesses in give- are grown in Divi
own :
"He did those things nurseries
large tree-
Will ;
and-take combat would like L
when he was governor," this frequently produce
As pointed out by columnist for the debates to be staged supporter says of the Reagan The 1 the state nursery
without the participation of to the smaller
r rfedrick Smith Mr, Reagan'sbasic "throwaway remarks. "But ,
: difficulty Is his penchant independent candidate John in'the White House the stakes !

tfox speaking his mind and giv- Anderson.. The issues would are' higher They can cause Lake the seedlings may be
n DlI his old right-wing conservative -' doubtless be ,more clear-cut international trouble. Agriculture Building In
1 friends what they like without Mr: Anderson, but if tar office.

to bear, regardless of how his he does obtain the necessary ;Carter and'Reagan are now that a sawmill
15 percent popularity rating in A fish
words might sound. to more, even-Stephen the polls will be held on Thurs-
Z moderate ears. the polls and is able to qualify and if the debates materialize center 1. atl' p.m.. at the
for debates result is
the the
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it entirely that ,
possible the 1:30
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I 'For this reason, if the one- likely to become more of a scales will favor of -

sy Qc14\..debates.ars, :.held. :this i "forum", ,$hartr:'i _genuine tillrk! the ytted! III any question, feel freeto
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Valeria.Pabst and Brad Carter Marriedl Aug. 9 at First. Baptist. .u'u_ ., '


Miss Valerie Jean Pallet of Starke, WIw fJJ t kte
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. .
Robert Allen Pabst of Jacksonville ,
.and Bradley Dale Carter, ton of Mr.
and Mrs. Maxie Carter,Jr. of Starke ar m. ,\ r
were united in marriage Saturday ( J, '" 6
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August 9.at 8 p.m. In the First Baptist ; JI; t'lJI
Church with Rev. Ben Bryant performing s..l/J...
I the nuptials. y7te% eM .
Centering the chancel area of the 964.7603 "
church was an arch candelabra ,t'f
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decorated with a spray of mixed t .ar*
greenery. On either side were two
large, colonial urns holding arrangements Dinner
of gladiolus mums, carnations x Robin Elder Rehearsal ;:;:;

asters, daisies and pompoms Ronald Gllrnbre For Betrothed
In colors matching 'the attendants I
gowns. Two tree candelabras flankedthe I Married Aug. 9. Couple 4
,urn arrangements. The choir loft 4 A + Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Shirley
held two spiral candelabras and two r t The Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Carpenter were hosts at a dinner par-
miniature tree candelabras. Large was the setting for the marriage of ty Thursday night, August.3&:!! at the
arrangements of greenery and Jade Carla Robin Elder, daughter of Sadie FhG Starke Golf and Country Club for
trees were used At vantage points to t I Elder and the late Marvin Dewey their son, Mark, and fiancee Teresa
decorate throughout. Elder of Kingsley Lake and Ronald Gaskins following the couple's wedding
Mrs L.A. Canova organist, Mrs. f rrt Lee Gilmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. rehearsal.
David Canova pianist, Mrs. Robert ,I Gerald ,H.,. Gilmore of Keystone An arrangement of summer flowers
Milner and Jimmy Alvarez vocalists Heights. in the bride's chosen colors centeredthe
presented a program! of nuptial! Rev. Michael Anderson pastor, head table. Bridal place cards
music. performed the nuptials on Saturday, marked the seating arrangement for
Mr. Carter attended his son as best Aug. 9, at 4 p.m. the 40 guests which Included the Immediate
man. Ushers were Keith Carter t Mrs. George Canova and Mrs Patti families, attendants. and
brother of the groom, Gary Barnard Elder presented a program of wed- wedding party.
of Jacksonville cousin of the groom, ding music. The honored couple gave gifts to
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Dr. Gray Flynn, Terry Gaines, Dennis Lining the bridal path and their attendants during the dinner.
Crawford, all of Starke and highlighting the altar were greeneryand
Douglas Moody of Titiuville.i\ '' baby's breath, centered by a
Mrs.AI Cooke of Jacksonville served -i' branched candelabra. Bows markedthe Douglass Fan I;'

her sister as matron of honor. She family pews. .. Reunion Sept;]21
wore a formal length mint green Pro- Mr. Gilmore served his son as best friends members of
All and family
messe A-lme gown with, an empire man. Donny Elder. ;,and David West
the Douglass famil are Invited to attend
waist gathered bodice with narrow were ushers.. &
straps and a matching chiffon Mrs. Daniel Cooney attended as the Douglass Reunion Sunday,
capelet. She carried a mint green matron of honor. She wore a street Sept. 21 at the Recreation Center in
nosegay or'silk roses, miniature length peach soft knit terry dress Lake Butler. f\\ '
with and carried a Registration stans at 10 am;
chrlsthams and white stephanotis matching Jacket
business meeting afelZ noon and picnic
with matching hairpiece. single American Beauty rose.
Attendants were Mrs. Gary Stoweof ,, The' bride given in marriage by her lunch at 1 p.m.
Atlanta sister of the bride Mrs,' brother,Dewayne Elder, wore an em "Mr." and Mrs.Ronald Gilmore .d n,ls, elrr
Stan Reddish, Miss Kathrlne Anthony of baby blue Qiana with and Robin Stern Presiding at the
Mrs. Nisslm Shemo, all of queen Anne neckline and cape punch bowl were Carolyn Elder, Kelly -,
Tampa and Misses Karan and Lauran Mr. and run. Brad Carter .The bodice bore an overlay of Cason and Toni Crawford.
Harrington of Ormond Beach nieces white chantilly lace and the softly Assisting were Nancy Bradley.
of the bride who served asp Junior and topped with wedding bells 'hie Robert Biggs, Mrs. Ann Godwin and flowing skirt was accented by a six Monti Anderson, Rhonda Shipman, r 41atp
bridesmilda.,They wore gowns and cake was flanked by silver Mrs. Harry Gruen.. Inch ruffle. Her white,wide brim hat Pam Johns, Michelle Smith, Cheryl
headpieces matching that of the candelabras and was encircled by Also assisting as floorhostesses was accented with) baby blue satin Stephens, Ronda Stern and Lucinda
matron of honor In rainbow colors of prengerl fern and mixed summer were Miss Sarah Biggs, Miss Jana ribbon on the crown and brim Tiny Stern.
ivory, peach aqua, pale yellow! flowers In the bride's chosen colors./ Godwin, Miss Stacey Denmark Miss silk blue flowers adorned the satin Following a wedding trip to Busch
lavender 'and pink.:" They carriednaegaya Cutting the cake were Mrs. O.L. Brenda Prevatt, Mrs Phillip Johns, streamer She carried a nosegay of Gardens in Tampa, the couple is 4
to match their gowns made Haynes,Jr., Mrs.J.D. Seymour} Mrs.. Mrs. Joey Bransen,Miss Joyce Meng. red roses daisies and white and blue residing at 404 N. Cherry Street. Put your honse on
sweetheart roses,miniature carnations Robert Pabst, Mrs. Joseph Valinskl, Mrs. Barbara Valinskl, Miss Tina mums with blue satin streamers The bride graduated from Bradford my low- aergy,. ,
and stephanoUs. Mrs. C.G. Strickland, Jr., and Mrs. Norman. and Miss Karen Chitty. A garden reception was given for High School in 1973 and is employedby ._ dlaiflGordon's ,
,The bride,given In marriage by her Jerome Johns. Passing out rice bags were Karan .the couple'. by the Kingsley Lake Bradford County Telegraph.The .
brother.Robert B. Pabst of Tltusville, The groom's cake table 'was ?and Lauran Harrington, Erica and Young Adult Sunday School Class and groom graduated from Lee
wore an ante bellum white silk organza covered with a white lace crocheted Alisha Gruen, Elizabeth and. was held In the church yard. High School In Jacksonville and Is 6th Year o47J477V/ ervic0-1
gown with full hoop, skirt trimmed cloth, handmade by the' maternal The bride's table was covered with also employed by Bradford County
wiUrwlsps of venise lace gathered in grandmother. Cutting the cake vvere Following a two weeks wedding trip a cloth over blue linen and was Telegraph. .
tucks at the hemline with venise Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. Blake to the Hawaiian Islands the couple centered with a wedding cake ,..
border the chapel length train. The Jackson, Mrs. L.A. Johns and ]$I'II.. .are residing at Kingsley Lake. decorated with"clusters of blue
bodice was made of beaded venise ap- Donald Spencer.The 1 The bride is a graduate of the ,flowers and topped with a miniature
pliques and standup Queen Anne punch tables were covered with University of South Florida where she bride and groom. Compotes held nuts % INTEREST I ? I "
neckline with capped sleeves. She 'cloths matching the bride's Uible. taught special education for three ,and hand molded mints decorated in 4 : p
wore a string of pearls given to her by Each were centered with sliver daisy years She Is presently teaching the the bride's colors.. ,
her mother-in-law matching' candelabras holding sprengerle and profoundly mentally handicapped Ronda Griff kept the bride's book.Cake ,':
venise lace cap studded with pearls. white daisies. Silver punch bowls unit at Bradford Middle School. ,.',, ,was served by Sue Crawford Quality Built Homed $I. .
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and floor length veil edged with were placed on each end of the tal lies. Th&rJNm8.iWltlve. of Bradford; Itti"ld tllU flu uq; ,h.. ..art, '.w V IJ"C no .A KIWI .
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venise lace ancUappUques matching Presiding 'l ..these,of-4he gown,,venise. lace. She Mrs CG-Hlll-M ) ,H. DuP ..'\ r.. 1I,( r"'t.ll alvni hi:).. de.r ltt t._ 'venI5fdrk.S..owe.to' .s. '' .>, : h .." fie . .1 1 Hlwrr : .a 1 rn:
...,.!!.,carried-arkm 1 "ggsesuleartarsv.PIwhite d"N" 1 r tt ;.Mrl. a' ., I! '\n fJjBtt wking toward ao::jr ( :; ForQu'aliried Buyers. PJt
bridal roses, sweeUMwrt*tlM*>Hand .''-WSrtel' l Johml! masters criminals Justice from Mrs. Linda. AdkIns was honored '

stephanotis.. A her onema leaves Sherri Spencer, Miss Susan Speincer Rollins College. Hen< la presently with a stork shower Wednesday,Sept. ', Let Us Help You Qualify For 235.
and ruffle fern gavel traditional all and Mrs. Gus Kopelousos. employed as an administrative assistant 3, given by Mrs. Ricky Seize Mrs. .
white bouquet a contemporary finish. The food tables were placed in'' the to the superintendent at Florida Harold Starling, Mrs.Claude Revels See Today. "
Mrs. Charles Darby directed the sun room and contained a variety of State Prison. Denise DeVore .and Mrs. Grady '8 'L,4', !
wedding. different food items prepared by the jj Pauley at the home of the latter.. :111 r }
A reception was held In the StarkeWoman's mother-in-law and several c.lose .The 30 guests were served Bob Harris r.oa ..':*
Club where guests were friends..The tables were covered with Annual Lee refreshments during the party hours. ':
greeted at the door by Mrs. John white lace cloths and centered wll'h Family ReunionSet Honored guests attending were Mrs. ;: i ;!
s1., Greene and Mrs Betty Ann Phillips. multi.stemmed silver and cryutal. 14 Pauline DeVore, .Teresa Patterson lDlll1mffiffi : ;
Keeping the bride's book were Miss txttvases with roses.PouVfHgjthampagne. Sunday, Sept. Angle,DeVore and Mrs. Janet Carter
Carla Jean Faulk cousin of the : were Mrs. Jn- The Annual Leo Family Reunion 'b') mother,slater,niece and sister-In-law '
"= groom, and Miss Anne Haynes:. da Johns Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mrs.Jay will be held Sunday. September 14, atM uof the honorfee ti trr
The club house was decorated with Edwards, Mrs. Nomanique Nguyen 11:00: A.M. at Strickland's Landing it)II/ "'{The ''hostesses, presented the 1(100$0'( I $ 1 br"i il'
I ,Jaraq plants placed! at vantage points Men V.J. Spengler. Mrs. Desso F'or- All friends and relatives are invited sot Qhoncre*with a car seat as a memento .idh '
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)/ Pale SA TELEGRAPH September 1t. INS Deborah Kite,

Diana Davis! William VaughnTo

. Rand aI1Gi'iffis'I ;. I Wed Sept. 13
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\ Mrs. Marlene Hughey of Starke announces
n A.rfm Wed July 19 the approaching marriagtoil
her Deborah Kite tJ t
In RaifordDiana daughter son of Mr and Mil I
Melvin Vaughn of Pensacola.The I
wedding will take place Salon
Marie Davis, daughter of Mr. day. Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. at CrahaiJBaptist
and Mrs. Ray Davis of Lake Butler Church In Graham with ,1
became the bride of Randall Alvin following In the
reception church
Grlffls son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fellowship Hall. \1
Griffis, also of Lake Butler on July 19 All friends and relatives are Invited
at 3 p.m. at the New River New Congregational attend. |
to
Methodist Church, West
of Lawtey, with Rev. John W. Yar-
trough performing the nuptials.

Highlighting the altar were two
large baskets of mixed flowers r- i
against a background of palms, ar-
chway greenery and candelabrums.
Eddie Frampton, pianist, and Lori
Mooneyham, soloist, presented a program
Qe\\' of nuptial music.
,I::. Gary Griffis attended his brother as II Jr.tj w
1 1ei best man. Ushers were Calvin
II .. ., Varnes uncle of the groom, Marvin
q '. t Seay and Martin Seay. FREE!
I' f 'I' t \t Lorraine Varnes, aunt of the .
t. or' t ,,1 groom, was honor attendant. She
,I/lt/ \! ,: wore a pink A-line style knit gown Electronic \
'1tHf' "". with spaghetti straps with sheer cape
:".1f !or J ",I,: I" ":;' '.1,, ': ] stemmped pink carnation withpink

I ribbons. your car
..Vnb'.c .' Sherry Davis served her sister as
bridesmaid. She wore a blue A-line
.\,\!\ !,)\\1 style knit gown with spaghetti straps Want to make sure your
,,,,,',H ,f" t. and sheer cape with velvet flowers. car's running right?
A4w She carried a long stemmed blue carnation
=; You can have
with blue flowers.. your

;. ... .. f ti. Melina Davis, sister of the bride ,. electrical and com-
y !. ..... was flower girl. Johnny Varnes, bustion systems) diagnosed

cousin of the groom, was ring bearer. ..,. free byPramAutollte
'J '" her '
The bride given in marriage by
experts,
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with
.. father, wore a scalloped gown "
f.o1Jc/III: semi-empire neckline which flowed ., using the latest elec-
Into a lace fitted bodice with full sheer tronic equipment.
sleeves. The acetate rayon skirt was t
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!Mr. and Mr*. Randall Thomas covered with folds of sheer nylon and -:, AelSir. '
of lace at the bottom. She worea -
layers
Cynthia Bryan and Randall Thomas crown of lace accented by a band of and Mrs. Ftandall Griffis /Jutolite

lace which secured her waist length Spa*Plugs:F.-M.
Church sheer nylon veil. She carried a bou. CHRIST LUTHERAN
Married Highway I
July 25 at Bayless quet of pink, blue and yellow carnations
and daisies centered with white
Bayless Highway Baptist Churchwas matching peach illusion. ring carnations. CHURCHPastor (: Thomas Auto Parts
the setting for the marriage of Kenny Brewer of Lawtey was A reception was held In the church
bearer and wore a white tuxedo and DOl""."
Jean and Randall hall. Ovedla Prevatt
Bryan
Cynthia reception kept 4732419Church
covered Glen Schmiege 430 S. Ave.
white satin Temple
carried pillow
Eugene Thomas on Friday, July 25 at8pm a the bride's book and guests signed the
with white lace. .,....
A.
with Rev. Bob Cooper performing book with a feathered pen.
thenupllals; Given in marriage by her brother, The bride's table was covered witha Service 10:30: AM 964-5611
of Beverly Loyd J. Bryan, Jr. of Lawtey, the T'.hone
The bride is the daughter lace cloth and was centered with a
Bryan and the late Loyd J.Bryan,Sr. bride wore a floor length, white se- four tiered heart-shaped wedding rlday 9/12/80
of Star-Re The groom is the son of Mr. quined chantilly lace over satin gown cake. On either corner were basketsof Keystone Lion's Club .yt7u: '

and Mrs Nathan D. Thomas, also of with fitted bodice, square neckline pink, blue and yellow carnationsand 10.00am4:00pm; :
and bishop sleeves. The gown was
Starke. lor Summer Months
Recessed
greenery. Bibls Class
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and gathered at the waist and fell into a Hou'"
Sara Cooper, pianist Cathy Cutting the cake and serving punch
velvet
Taylor, soloist, presented a programof full ruffled skirt with white were Viola Crews, Sadie Crawford,
and sleeves. She
music.Highlighting bows at the waist and
nuptial ; Eloise Pearce, Sandra Odom
the altar were two wore a gold chain necklace and her
Enid Yarbrough.
large baskets of white gladiolus, aqua white illusion veil was secured to a se- Following a wedding trip to Stone i
and peach carnations and baby's quin and lace headpiece. She carrieda Mountain, Ga., the couple laresidingIn ': G"wu
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silk azaleas
breath against a background of branched cascade of peach breath. roses Raiford. :
and white baby's
candelabras with burning is "
A reception was held in the church The groom production! ,manager.,. _
tapers. of Lake Butler Appall Co.
Jr. of Starke served reception hall where Rose Marie JcL "'i
Ellis Rehberg .
Bryan greeted the guests at the door. & "'''"''' v, '
Ushers were Timmy '
a* best man. ,
Bryan and John Bryan of Slarke Susan Smith kept the guest book. '"" 0RD NAR. Yet'4.MM
Sharen Brewer of Lawtey was Standing in the receiving line were "II, ...
honor attendant. She wore an aqua the bride and groom and attendants.The Mrs. David Gaines ""r
bride's table was covered witha '
with ribbon straps, puckered
bodice and full skirt with ruffles at the white lace cloth and centered with a Honored At
bottom and a chantilly lace over- three-tiered wedding cake decoratedwith Stork ShowerMrs.
jacket. She wore a crown head piece aqua flowers and topped with MJINUTES
David Gaines was honored at
and doves. Francis Rehbergand
trimmed in aqua satin and lace with cupids
a stork shower Monday night given by
Illusion. She carried a silk Betty Harris cut the cake. Flank-
matching
and with fern andbaby's Ing the cake was an arrangement of Mrs. Phillip Johns and Mrs. Jerome "
aqua peach bouquet Johns at the Crystal Lake home of the
breath.Attendants peach and aqua pompoms with fern
were Cheryl Bryan of and branched candelabras.The latter. '4. 1.,
Palmetto and Debbie Thomas of punch table was covered with a The refreshment tablet,4as"centered ,; .lNlO IEMORABLE'Me
Starke. They were attired similar to white lace cloth and held two punch with a white Italian container
the honor attendant except they wore bowls encircled with fern Interspersed holding green and.beige tiger' \. e
lilies and miniature babies AI''one
headbands of satin and lace with with peach and aqua carnations. '
aqua
attached Illusion. They carried silk Gina Jackson and Marion Bryan end of the table was a crystal punch
bowl and at the other end was a cake
and roses andbaby's poured the punch. to oft bef
of peach
bouquets aqua
decorated with baby booties. Hanging. )
breath and fern. Following a wedding trip to St. NTS.
Pamela Brewer of Lawtey and Augustine the couple is residing on N. from a brass stork on the water foun-. .M :
tain was a baby In a bunting.
Stacey Lee Bryan of Starke served as Water Street. Lid !n
chantilly lace The bride and groom are graduatesof Games with prizes and ''> '" 9i
flower girls. They wore
with fitted bodice, full Bradford High School. She refreshments were enjoyed invited :
floor length gowns organza skirts with ruffles graduated In 1977 and attended Santa the party hours by the. 30 I noel air
at the bottom. They wore head- Fe Community College. She is guests. present4."orsages \.. CDS'TS S'II" : 'I LITTL' .. sad
bands with peach satin and lace with presently employed as assistant The hostesses "I""bll'l I A
manager for Spartan Food Systems, to the honoree, her mother,.' Mrs .JI;
S.C. Mr. Thomas graduated In 1975 Dorothy Teston and. Mrs. L.M. bll w du..... HIrn011
and is employed at Pantry Pride. Gaines. tw )bus. .MOWml,

Valerie Jones ?.U, boar "S' the idea picking up an
Shower HonoreeMiss '''; :) telephone to talk with a.relative

Valerie Jones, whose mar- t I duB mb or friend in anoth&'aif'

riage to Rocky Hoffler will be an seems too expensiveltHkf90o. "
event of Sept. 20, was complimentedat Ila VduaIt ) .
think ,
r on impulse-
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a lingerie and linen shower Thurs- i 1 '
day night, August 28, at the home of r costs so little arB: t .1&t 01 L'

Mrs. Arnie Gibson, on Legion Terr. Ale so much.You can call anytime",
Mrs. Verlis ,
Co-hostesses were + '
Shirley, Miss Janet Montgomery and I for little more than the prictj'iO
Miss Karen Reddish. ofahanb1.ugerandasoft
The point of Interest in the !liv-
ingroom was the gift display table. It drink, even less after 5 pm

was covered with a white linen cloth and on> weekends.

with bows of pastel yellow and blue Why wait for special
a
ribbon attached to each corner and .
centered with a large white wedding r occasion to call?Now with

bell.Three low long distance rates-
games were played, one of
which enabled the guests to give the even lower at night and on

honoree their advice on marriage. Ali c t z weekends-abOut any occasion

Jasmine awarded scented bookmarks were \r will do.To catch up with
as prizesRefreshments
were served from the news to share a special

the dining table, which was covered w j\> "I0i1., :; ,' moment, to say"hello to
lace tablecloth. "
with a white \ '
Miniature yellow and white mums .' ,,\ \\WJ."I.1, / I someone you care about
were placed around the pastel floral .
design centerpiece which held '
miniature wedding bells. Mums were 10A ; ''' > i.\:\ ":t T

also placed around the crystal punch i / ....
bowl which held yellow citrus punch ) J Continental Telephone
and lime slices. ,. i
The honoree was presented with a i Y .4' Long Distance...

corsage of blue and yellow silk ," the shortest distance
flowers.' She was also given lingerie o .
: items presented by the hostesses. 1.e: ..: : 1' between two people.

:. Special guest was Mrs. Tracy Jones, ;
mother of the bride-elect. \:.

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Celebrates 6th r

i Michael Paul Crawford, son of Mr. .
and Mrs. Robert D. Crawford of
a Raiford celebrated his sixth birthday ,
i" Saturday, Sept.6,with a cookout andparty e
C at his home at Florida State 31s,
: Prison Trailer Park.
a The Outer Space theme was carried

I out throughout the party.. The space A
ship cake was decorated by his aunt, a
Linda Bailes.
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"V > Mrs. Larry Paterson
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formerly of Keystone Heights was Mrs. H.L. Speer visited her Mrs. Desso Forman and Mrs i. $:.
." honored with stork shower Tuesday Joseph McMillan Bacchus daughter's family, the E.P. Bolands Dukes gave a family birthday dlnnerj,:?
night Sept. I, given by MrsTSteVef Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bacchus of In Athens. Ga. for three weeks. She Sunday evening for their mother --
I Thomas and Mrs. Jackson Prevatt p t Silver Springs Md. announce the was accompanied home by her granddaughter Mrs. V.J. Spengler on the Data&r:: :.
birth of a son, Joseph McMillan Bacchus overlooking the pool with .';
the home of the latter. Miss Beth Boland, a senior patio eight--- :
The refreshment table was covered born Sept. 7. music major at the University of family members attending. -_..... :.-.. :-.
with a beige lace cloth and was Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Georgia. Miss Boland visited In .. t
centered with an arrangement of Mrs. M.G. McMillan of Starke and Starke from Sunday to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Black fufsci.f J?
summer' flowers Paternal grandmother la Mrs. Brian of St. Petersburg were Sunday: '
blue and yellow mb ade.fromwith a Christine Bacchus: of Maitland. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Fowlkes of to Tuesday guests of Mr. and;.Mrs? ssi

;. greenery background in a pink and Roanoke Rapids N.C. were last Friday Richard Welly. .i.ss.vg i
blue vase shaped like a baby train. Jllllan Diane Grlsslnger supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. :
Gifts were displayed on one end of the Mr. and Mrs. David Grissinger of C.L Cooper. Mrs. Fowlkes Is the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Underjll Md,fig
table, with punch and cake served Starke announce the birth of a former Miss Terri Fade, formerly of son, David and Mary Jane Cox,of Jhc-ac",
trA.A. from the other end of the table. The daughter, Jilllan Diane born Sept. 2 Hampton. dlatlantlc and Scott Mills and MKaftd.Jaut
cake was In the shape of a train,spelling in Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. Robert Underill of GainesvilleCsrwere -
baby decorated with pastel Grandparents are Mrs. Carol Lewis M. Mersey, son of Mr. and weekend guests of Mr. and:MrX\ i1F-;
-ts7 shades oi pink, blue, yellow and Holmes of Pompano Beach and Mr. Mrs.; DeWitt Hersey of Starke has J.H. Moncrief at Kingsley Lake...'".--= ;
green. Refreshments were served and Mrs. H.M. Grissinger of Margate. entered his freshman year at The z c.i 3
s 4 with napkins, plates and cups to Citadel the Military College of South Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palm ,'J '-"

match the cake. Stephen Gary Ricks II Carolina.Mr. spent the weekend at St. Augustine; :f.

Item Two\guessing games game were was played.won by A baby Miss Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Beach Stephen Gary Ricks the of and Mrs. Jerome Johns attended E.L. Matthews has had as guests;?g T

Donna 'Thornton and Mrs. ]Bobby announce the Peavy-Rush wedding Saturday Kingsley Lake during the past W1e1t.-
birth of Ricks 11 .
LITi a son, Stephen Gary .
Taylor won the "How Big Is BabyGame" born August 20 at Jacksonville NAS night In Jacksonville and the recep- his slater, Mrs. H.B. McLendon: r
tion following at San Jose Country Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Richard --
i The hostesses presented the hospital Paternal Club Robinson of Mendham N.J.; andJt::
grandparents are Mrs. E.S. Matthews ar::.:
1 1I honoree with the flower arrangementused Ann Ricks and the late Jimmy Ricksof college classmate
to decorate the refreshmenttable Starke. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Allen Woods of Lake Shreveport.La. i Sr
and a white wicker bassinette as Mr. and Mrs. Carrnon Webb of Goose Wales Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lee and _
a memento of the occasion. They also Creek, S.C. daughter of Kissimmee and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Payne Miss Dell. "
presented her with a corsage made of Mrs. Albert Woods of Lake City were Rosenberg Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead ; ::
I daisies and baby socks. guests during the weekend at the Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman an :r.x:
:M guests attended between the ;biJ yaax.ar, home of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell Mrs.. W.H. Thomson attended th&. .-E
hours of 7:30 and 9 p.m. Special Jr. Delta Kappa Gamma state meeting:
guests were Mrs. James E. Dyal Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby of at the Daytona Beach Surfslde Holiday !:.' =
mother of the honoree, Mrs. Robert Starke Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis and Inn last Friday and Saturday. : :
Paterson, mother of the father-to-be Theressa and son, Steve Hall of daughter Beth Mr. and Mrs. Don ,
Mrs. Elmer Lewis, aunt of the Orlando returned last Friday after a Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Marjorie Jones of Starke and
honoree and Mrs.- Mervin Jackson, weeks vacation In the Smoky Moun- Milner hosted their parents, Mr. and daughter Connie Tainter son Bret

and .Tom Duncan cousin of the honoree. tains. Mrs.Charles Hardy on their 40th wedding and daughter.Danyel of Santa Maria
anniversary Friday night Sept. Calif. spent August 23-30 on a cruise to
Cynthia Edwards Thomas Duncan Wed Aug. 9 Elks, Elkettes Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cooper of 5, at the Brown Derby In Gainesville.Sen. Nassau San Juan and St. Thomas
Meeting Sept. 15 Durham N.C. and Mrs. Jean Cooperof Islands.
Ocala were last week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns and
Miss Cynthia Karen Edwards, McRae and pianist Cindy McRae.Mr. Elks Lodge and Elkettes will meet and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns visitedMr. Capt and Mrs. John Myers return
daughter of LTC (ret.) and Mrs. Duncan attended his son as best Monday Sept. IS, at the Elks Lodgefor and Mrs. James Cash and familyIn ed Monday from a 10 day visit with
William H.Edwards of Kingsley Lake man. Ushers were Hal Edwards. thebrlde's initiation night. Cadet Ken Whitehead has returnedto Orlando on Sunday and celebrated her mother, Mrs. Florence Brooks
and Thomas Eric Duncan,son of Cora brother. and Denny George. Covered dish supper at 7 pm., West Point for his senior year. Ken Mrs. Charley Johns' birthday. and friends at Overland Park Camp.
Lee Duncan of Jacksonville and Dr. Susan Edwards served her sister as meeting at 8 p.m. .:, has been selected to be Company Kas.
Donald E. Duncan of Pfafftown, N.C., maid of honor. Bridesmaids were '. Commander of his company for the
united In marriage Saturday.Aug. Dianne Yawn of Gainesville cousin of first semester.Mr. .
were DR. JAMES K. HESTER
.. 9 at 11 a.m. In the First the bride, and Laurie Loven of Wood- Tara Austin '. .
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Presbyterian Church with Dr. JackG. bridge Va. They were attired alike In and l Mrs. Frederick Perry of Optometrist 'of :
1 Hand of Neptune Beach performing floor length peach qlana gowns with Surprise Party Memphis. Tenn. spent the first of the
week In leaving tp pursue further specialized training In eye care, .
shadow with her
waist laired of grandmother Mrs. .
length cape Tara Austin celebrated her eighthbirthday
the nuptials. Louie U pivoted announce that :.:'C .ILft.
of Bell Parks..
Highlighting the altar were standing peach lace. They carried nosegays with a surprise party given
stemmedroses silk gardenias and peach roses with the Putt STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES .. ,
arrangements of long by her mother on Sept. 10 at William Hogan Smith celebrated .
and white gladiolus. peach ribbons tied with rosebuds.The Putt Golf Course game. center in his 81st birthday Sunday at a family wlllr.lu.hl.gan.ralproctlcaofoplom.try.ffecllvaJuly21I9SO.: : : : _'' "
Presenting a program of nuptial bride, given in marriage by her Jacksonville.The reunion and dinner at the home of Mr. Dr. Kyle D. Abshlra ... ,;I'
music were organist Charlotte Green, father, wore a cream qiana floor honoree and guests played golf and Mrs. Harold Smith on SR 100W Dr. James D. Chamberlain ;. .....,.
soloists Susan Edwards and Bill length princess style gown with scoop and several other games after which with approximately 40 members of Dr. Leonard Schloiman .; : Ij.' ,
neck: This was complimented by an cake Ice and cokes were servHelping
cream and friends '
the family attending.
:i over cape of double scalloped galloon visited her 444-0. W.Madison f.Optometrists 24M.blending, attarfc ,,,!...,/;::' :
Recent Bride lace with standing collar falling Into a to celebrate the occasion cousins Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mooty Mrs. Milton St. *.rla. tint Mlddl.burg. Fla. 330tl,, ;, i
train in back. She wore a waist length
were 12 friends and relatives. ((901)) 661.8076 \ ,
Honored At sheer cream illusion mantilla edged Peter and family on Sunday afternoon "O 2825051It j'<
In... Gainesville. ,I'.
Several PartiesMiss with lace and carried a permanent

Teresa Gaskins whose marriage roses bouquet and cascade.fushlas in of white silk gardenias and peach : : } ,1 ;.

to Mark Reddish was an eventof colors.. : ; : .
August 29, was honored at a bridal A reception was held in the ,

shower Thursday. August 21 given by Fellowship Hall where Elaine ': "; ::'I" ', I
Donnie Bell, Tammy Baldree, Mrs. Crawford greeted the guests at the 8 d ', .
Griffls, Mrs. Andy Baldree. '':oqI
the
Rodney
door. 'Janet Montgomery kept
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Charles
and Mrs. a
Mrs. Sonny Tenly bride's book, and standing in the' 'I'..:.. ... .
Baldree at the home of the latter. receiving line were the bride's

Games with prizes and mother the. groom's mother, the ,
refreshments were enjoyed during-? and of :- ioj 979r1w tl,. f r/rtltrl9'1-n/ }+w+1a ttat7 sn t v.! a nR a It "
bride and groom maid honor''II.1
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the party hours. ';_'l1I Yad.alJth... '''''' ,'r '
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I" Corsages her were mother.presented Mrs.toiwe AMfcW 1fI(ac; flour a lvt' le l f,11"gthll, ; 'l l ;:::; :: : .,'
honoree. unCl'e ay and was c nteted a ,
Gaskins and mother of the groom. three tiered wedding cake topped .:. 1b
Shirley Carpenter. The hostesses also with a wedding arrangement. Cuttingthe tt" rot' : ... :
the honoree with a set of e no W '"
presented cake were Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn ) '. : .: '.'
sheets and pillows as a memento of Mrs. Louise Harden, Mrs. Hal Ed- .
the occasion.On wards and Mrs. Darrell O'Neal '; : : ,
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The round punch table was covered : : :::
Tuesdsy' night: August 26, Miss with a floor length white cloth .
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Gaskins was given a bridal shower at covered with lace. The bowl was en- lot ,.'. .. '
gross. the home of Mrs. L.M. Norman, Jr. circled-wiUngreenery and fruit and "
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with c *ostesses, Miss Teena Norman served by Mrs. lUfihard Wimpy Mrs. lot
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and Mrs. .
Faulkner .
A ron Miss Christy Lonnie ZurlurtMnd Mrs. Allen savea .. ..,. ., .
Grace 19it0kner.Games Crawford ,The Second round table
d with'prizes,! warn!held:,during. "' was covered with lace over a floor ; ':.;'. : :'

the pa !jisMrS.The .*-..- length white cloth and held a clear
ostesses presented'the.. bubble bowl filled with fresh ) ,, ""'' : : :;: :.: '
honoree with a crystal and silver glass fruit and melon balls. rr. "I would say that any time you can spend a little money >iJ ;
I .
4le salad set as a memento of the occa-. Assisting In':senrtng-j'ere Mrs. now to save a lot of money over a long period it's a pretty.{1.;" ::.; ,: ..

Blon. David Montgomery Mr KOB Paterson good investment. And thatS how 1 feel about insulation : ::; ,: ;- ;.:. .. ...

The. bride's mother, Mrs. aVR.< Mrs. Herb HyHjqJpaiL Larry and those other features in our house:' says.:: :I : .
Gaskins was among the 20 guests lMr tending. Mrs. Al Coston. Mr. Robert McMahon of Cocoa. He and his wife ,lean, .. : '.:'

ladiesuiJHe yutmv .ttF'W 3s".t Following I a w. 109 14 Q the ..- estimate they save $30 to $40 month because of their : .: : :.. .

The Nort aide Baptist North Carolina mo tains .* initial investment in the Watt-Wise Living'"package at .. ..:.: ; I
Church ga vtranEUal 1 shower" on Tues- residing in Willi n. '
day Autfist ISMpt Miss Gaskins. at The bride Is a !tupleis the time they built their home.

i the chuWOMwHliptialD Bradford High SchooTand What's a Watt-Wise"" package? It's a combination of

Games with prizes and 1979 Magna Cum Laude from FSU .: ..'. I. I
I refreshments were enjoyed duringthe features that meet FPL's energy-saving standard and can \
with a B.S. In Nursing.
M part,hourru!111 l lt The groom received this ELS. In be easily included in the construction( a new home. .'r I ,;;..,. -, I

t r rl1i' Criminology from FSq'Tn June'l979 Over a period of years they can save YOU substantially : :': ,,, ; '
Brlde-&n.' l n "heo } and a MS in Public Admtolsflrijtion t more than they cost. ...If .,. 1 t'
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from FSU in June HeIsfUrcJhit- "j I ,
s r For De. ?; I fI=lt'lte' ly employed by the City?ofW: ;. Watt-Wise homes, have cost-saving features like '\/: .: .

Miss Deborft its whose mar-r' e -'f extra ceiling and waif insulation, solar or heat-recovery '. ."t. .';'1''. I Iy

rlage of to-WlWamfVaughn i' will web art a YOU x ,tt f units *for' water heating ahigher-efficicncyaircunditioner''" :': : nor

event bridal lu tSept.[ ft at the home of heat pump. I\wer savers like fluorescent lighting and ;;:v4l \ i I

Mrs. Robert Ward with co-hostesses, AUTO a microwave oven and thermally efficient windows and .n. ."of i
Dale Brown, Mrs. Ricky Norman *'. .. ,. ,
Mrs. r.
doors ith minimize heat build-up., ; \
,w glass areas planned to H
and Mrs. Charles Schmitt. KNOW < .. .. '..." "i:
The 11 guests were seated at pars B* Cft$3 w Today t there I are many ways to save on electricitywithout I .. :. ?:, j

tables on the patio. Each table was g \'jnup/ comfort. You'll find them in FPL's .: <..." ,<.f
covered with a white lace cloth and GeieRossMy -1h. : : ..:,.. ..
the
its of visest
Watt-Wise
centered with red rosebuds in bud 1ST Mercury has:: Living rn'J.fIm.'Iixl.l: ), one .'.!. I' .......,...'
vases. Place cards marked the .developed a bad habit of. investments you could' make. Stop by your I local I FPL '

.tt seating arrangement. almost (but not quite) office and pick up. a tree brochure.; .:1-,1>::1, ;1.
decorated with plantsat .taillng'every time I accelerate '
The patio was :
points of Interest bud vases of| from a stop, The : ;:;. :. :

daisies and baskets of ,red roses' ,) engine) sounds like it's = =1 Ii ;,.,... .. ....,..
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daisies and strawberries. going to run hesitates '. 1 ,.. tI..tII
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The gift table was centered with an, for three or four seconds' I :1: "rtrl .

arrangement of daisies and' strawber- then finally catches ,' ", .FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY .:.:..1 l .t.JJXJ:;.
rles. and 'runs fine.., Until the :! :!' : :i /
The hostesses presented the motherof next stop.. I adjusted the Ar ,. '> ,..I" f t
the bride-elect Mrs. Marlene carburetorthen !;;:>I1 ;; '.
of the nlrt.. .
Hughey and mother prospec- overhauled h. Since thishean't ,a::
Mrs. Melvin Vaughn with rtti.. .
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tive groom d .tr ; ;
helped what should .
daisy corsages. : t" bon"ioJ
The honoree was rresented a corsage I try next? : .1..11( ,t....'''', : t
her'' First check to see that,the ,I.
and personal I :ti! IIW.,
trousseau. throttle linkage Is clear and ,( ,,,01,1., ... i
not binding. You might have '> ,It\ 11(1 :io ,
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bent the throttle ", ,\
accldently .IA> I'' 9,:&. ..
plates while overhauling the .. .,t.,. .\1.. ...'..;:.". .",':".\1"'" .."' ". .ow,4.:,.-..... :.:-...of., _-.. ',
Justin JonesCelebrates .carburetor. If this checks our, "I D'; .y't:( I."nJji; :Ia" I

5th' okay then examine the : ', carburetor float position. If afloat ,
4-1 .. .
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Justin Jones celebrated his fifth birthday springs a leak and takes ;
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when his parents 'be low. If '
consistently th4t'1eve11a .
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for i
dinner party '
Gareth Jones gave '
low. the systems MEI'"m.
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him and 25 guests. metering circuits get a false t. n 1,' '; ttttotJ5tdrAM t
The Mickey Mouse theme was carried ,'..' '' '
reading and aren't able to. : i i .fafti losufoifV: .

out In the decorations cake. Including. .'deliver enough fuel. Hold the y i i*_** ... :'
Mickey McDonald's Following Mouse the Mr. "Happy and Mrs Meal"Randy at float If it to sloshes your ear and that's shake your it. """' ,l lproblem. ..,f. ,:.,\).,\,;! ,.watt Wise'Livi ..g..It.saves'"on more: than it costs;' ";(ts,3- =, ) J

and Discard ,the float : lit.. \ .I'lt' "II "'- I y ,
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Page 8A TELEGRAPH September It,111IO
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Donald Williams i serv
Hampton home. .
Hilightsdaughters {
.c.; by DolMen. ,. ( usher for the wedding.
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phone will rest
Community News last Wednesday Via Eastern! Airlines The young couple
Katey and Judy, treated
CoegratulatlonsGregory from a three month visit with Live Oak where Mr. Willi
Scott Davis and Melissa 'them .to dinner at the Western Steer relatives Out West. She spent two manager of a tractor sales I busl s '
Annette Davis of Hampton proudly Steak House In Starke where they months with her children Bob and
by Elisabeth G.Walker Study 7 p.m. each Friday, announce the birth of their son, were publicly honored. Julie Cornish and her six grandchildren Hampton Lake t
phone M4-M83 Sept. 12. Choir No. 1 7p.pm.sing at Daniel Scott Davis, born Sept. 5 at In oceanside Calif. CondolencesSincere ,.
Pierce Station. Saturday Choir Shands Hospital. He weighed 7 Ibs.3Vi Happy Birthday Then she flew to Azuxa where she sympathy is extended I s
Service will rehearse. Sunday School Cassia Carter celebrated her 10th family of Frank Clark who dleoV
New: No. 1 os. and measured 20 indIea.PaternallP'andparenta visited her cousin Golda Luck who Is
ALC Airman First Claw Fayon 9:45. Morning Worship 11 a.m. The are George birthday, Sept. 7 with a decorated hadn't seen for denly on Saturday,Sept. 6. |
and whom she
BO .
Dennette Hawkins daughter of Mrs. Choir will sing at the Starke Nursing and Betty Davis of Hampton. cake at 'her'part for family and now Condolences also go to Mr...
Ida Lee Scott and granddaughter of Home 3 p.m. Evening Worship p.m. Maternal grandparents are Roger friends. 'a years. to Preisler ,whose grandson died I t h
She then enjoyed a trip
Mrs. Dora Hawkins of Starke was Mr. PUgab AME Church Sunday Green of Starke and Barbara Bridgesof Terri! Kennan celebrated her Bth Aris. where she visited her son antifamily week lit an automobile acciden '
home on leave from Austin, Texas. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Hampton Lake. birthday Sept. 9. with a group of Paul and Martha Lefebvre, Connecticut. 'j
,
She will be leaving for Turkey Sept.12 a.m. Services will terminate for the Paternal great grandparents are friends and family members. She hada and their three children. '"
for fifteen months of active duty., Slocum and Olga Davis. decorated cake and other delicious Visitors MBfin. '
Viola's
of trip
of the
day.Plans One highlights
are In the making for the an- Maternal great grandparent are refreshments. Lake Mr. and Mrs.David Fenton,And *i'
nual Women's Day Program that will Edward and Delores Mobley of Melissa Payne .celebrated her 12th wss Mahavae a lake, Aria.amphibian, where flight they to all enJoyed visit to Sea W prl ',I Ion .
terminate Sept. 21. The program will Hampton Lake.Maternal birthday Sept. 9. and living on a Kenny'y'CrCrawford 41 ,
camping trip
begin with Sunday School and terminate great grandparents are Leslie Brown,who was 12 years old a week. visited Hal evil '
with :3 p.m. services. Earnest and Zelia Green of Starke. on Sept. 5, enjoyed a celebration Sun- houseboat for one In Starke on Saturday and brought
with relatives. He had nice' him back to his home for an overnight
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Another great grandmother i Is Mrs. day a S V
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Church: Monday 6:30: Tiny Tots Williams of Jacksonville. decorated cake .and lots. of other Williams .visit. 'm
rehearse. Monday 7:30 Senior Choir goodies. Rev. Ray officiated at the Ronnie Conway visited friends a:
rehearses. Tuesday 7:30 Prayer Senior CItizens Happy Birthday to Tammy Rhoden wedding of his grandson Anthony relatives.in Vidalia, Ga. over..
Meeting.Wednesday 7:30 all Mission The Hampton Senior Citizens Club who b 12 years old today,Sept. U, Williams, Jr. and Virginia Bullock, weekend.. r
enjoyed a good turnout at their Fri- of Mr. and Mrs. Ray !
Circles will meet at the church. School
I Thursday 7:30: Story Hour at the day meeting. Those honor Visitors Bulk, at 7:30 on Saturday, Sept. 8. Hampton Elementary 'i
church.Friday the Junior Ushers and and August birthdays were Mrs. Daisy Moore Johnson flew The wedding took place at the home of PTA Meeting Invited to I t
Junior Choir will rehearse. Saturday This Included Mrs. Belle Brown who back to her home In Houston Texas the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Parents are cordially to be heldThursday ] .
was 91 on Aug. 21, Dolly Jo Dowlingand Williams Sr. in LauravUle Fla. The tend the PTA meeting
dinners will be sold from the kitchen. after spending a wonderful wek with evening tonight Sept.114
Jeannette Krieger of Waldo. Aunt Belle Brown. garden wedding was also attended by
her
School 9:30. Morning Worship
Sunday : 'at school. This is to be an
the Opwrj
William Lahn played a special selection Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. I
of Ray
11 The and congregationwill Mrs. Nella Jean Lang Tampa
a.m. pastor and well worth attmt"
House meeting 0
his mandolin for this occasion. Scott .
on children
Donald and
worship with New Bethel on their was the Sunday night guest of her Williams ,
Friend and Family Day program. Mrs. Daisy Moore Johnson of aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and Denise Mr. and Mrs. Gene ding. opportunity iff*l i"'
Houston Texas, was a of honorat Marlene Parents will have an
guest
and ,
The Junior Choir and Ushers will Mattheus. Following a visit with O'Steen daughter,
and dlscussl.nJ'their
serve.The Deaconesses will meet at Sp.m. the meeting and won the door prizeof relatives In Lawtey, she and her hus- Darlene and Cindy Douglas. visiting classrooms with their]
The Women Home Mission with a lovely potted fern. Mrs. Johnsonhas band, Bill Lang, planned a return Rev.Williams assisted In preparingthe child's progress
the Outreach Choir will present a Program been a house guest of Mrs. Belle visit on Wednesday. They always en- wedding archway in the yard and teachers. ;

AIC Fayon Hawkins In Song. Brown for the past week. joy the delicious food and hospitality In other preparations for the New Tetherilall ,_
Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday of these relatives. ceremony. Mr
Students earnestly writing
Happy Anniversary Scott Williams acted as ring bearer, are
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell and him
Rich this week thanking ]
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton Roger
the flower
and 6 Steven enjoyed a fishing trip to Cedar and Denise Williams was
Church Activities: a.m. p.m. for the nice tetherball he generously!
celebrated their Slsl Wedding An- Mrs. Maxine
Their
mother,
Sunday. back with girl.
Pleasant Grove United Methodist Key on They came
New Bethel Baptist Church: The them to during their]
niversary on Sunday, Sept. 7. Their Williams, served as a hostess at the gave use
will be celebrated Church: Activity for Sunday will be a nice catch of whiting and other fish.
annual Family Day Education activities.
daughter Katherine Thomas and her Physical
Sunday beginning with Sunday School Sunday School only. Regular church Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned home wedding reception held in the family ;1'

10 a.m. Morning Worship will be con- services will be held next Sunday.
ducted by Rev. Jasper Williams and First Born Church of The Living
congregation from Bethlehem God: Tuesday 6:30: Bible Study. Friday -
Freewill Baptist Church. An after- 6:30: Tarrying Service. Sunday
noon of Music is being planned for the School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 5 Piece: Place
3.,.m.service. Dinner will be servedto a.m. Evening Worship p.m.
all immediately after the 11 a.m. Greater Allen Chapel AMEChurch: "
service. Everyone is invited to attend Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship RE E Setting ofStoneware .'
these services. Communion will be 11 a.m. The annual Women s Day F .,
given immediately after the pro- celebration will be held Oct. 12. All
gram.All members are asked to cooperate with t' :
members are asked to be pre- the activities for success. .
sent in a church conference Friday, The American Legion Post 314 has '
Spet. 12, at 7:30. on a membership drive for new
Church of God In Christ: Tuesday members. Please cooperate for the mRYLINO .
Prayer 6 p.m. Bible Study 7 p.m. BIble success of this organization.They WE SELL HAS A I S e PRESH '
will barbecue Saturday for the
Band Tuesday. Wednesday the .
pastor and congregation will worship benefit of the building fund at the corner MONEY CALIFORNIANECTARINES
with Elder Holmes pastor in Lake of 16 and Keller Street near the a '
Butler. Friday the pastor and con- Project. Your help Is needed. BACK .
gregation will worship at Elder The Victory Temple Church of God:
Sampson White's church Free Canaan The members cordially welcome you GUARANTEE!
True Church of God In Christ. to attend their worship service each
Sunday School 9:30. Morning Worship Saturday at 12 noon. This week Mr. ..@! III' ,
11-30 with YPWW 5 pm. Evening Robert Austin Jr. will speak on the ,
Worship 7:30. Elder Williams will subject, "Wisdom"What
conduct the worship services at 11:30 is the true meaning of Repen-
and 7:30.: tance? If you truly want to Know, then
Antioch Missionary Baptist don't miss our first Bible Study begin-
ChurCH: Mission night is conductedeach ning Wednesday Sept. 17, at 7 p.m. {l @ I" ,
second and fourth Tuesday In Robert Austin, Jr., pastor. John B 3

the month.' Prayer Meeting and Bible Burch, assistant pastor. F' : .I I SA E air 844wtM 1 '

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: TISSUE "f. .. >,' AVI aoOECMHIIA mo AVB 10*. I IM JUMBO VAKIBT*PACK *J"< 1 iwNlre

.', : .wart.ow rslNrm :: AVOCADOS: Potatoes 3um9a* Burny's Donuts 2/l2 'j

., > .AVSIWAU.PMWMushrooms. _VSS'.COUInIlV-"Z' '
ELiiabeth Terry day overnight guests Charles of their parents and, .. m:. undo 68*= . La 6l Bread . 2/78.;t "At.
Phone 782-3300 Mr. and Mrs. Starling 88 .. I
family. 4 ROLL i : SAVE .0'.QUEEN SAVS ie A LL SAYS io I/M PUMPERNICKEL '. ;(; ,

PERSONALS: Timmy? Dudding of Starke, was a .. PKQ. GY.. Peanuts . 2ua98 Italian Prunes. .u38* Rye Bread ."o aNA .W tAO N'w.:, '?" I;"

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wise, of Sunday dinner guest of Henry Hodges ..mtTHSCOUro"GOODTHU".PT.u.. ... .. IVflO.LIMIT BAd loSlaw'. SAVSWAta-LAMUSUta W""SS ...va.O'. KIM pAirnrepBiDi 'C'.m
THRU WED // I? 171
Lake 'visited their and family. COUPON WITH e.T.soow HOUR coon L' 480 Pears1. A48* Bread 2/1-1 :
Kingsley parents, Cecil Whitehead of Starke, visited : ORl1sa.TOBA000PSODUCISNLCLYOSD. .: or Salad Pita. Bartlett (PULL.A.PARD) i I _,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise on Friday
evening. Mrs. Carl Prevail and Mr. and Mrs. ..........I I.I.! ... Oft ", .1 \ .DOJi

Deepest sympathy of the community Truman Norman on Saturday morn- .

Watts is extended and other to relatives Mr. and Mrs.because Barry of Ing.Mr..and Mrs. Lonnie Teston visited .... i..S, PANTRY PRIDETEA a S ,4 : ldIr11sI! 9

the death of their mother, Mrs.Bessie their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. WEIGHT WATCHERS.... !TOMATO SAjQCEJlAVBW.
Watts, on Monday morning early at and Mrs. Marcus Mosley and son of I MAYONNAISE LAUNDRY ,
the Nursing Home in Crescent City. Highland on Sept.2.The occasion was DETERGENT''
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith'Welcomed to celebrate their father's birthday. (: BAGS

Mary Anderson of Gainesville,as a They served cake and ice cream for 320. 9rg" a 1St IS(
Foster Child in their home on Thurs- refreshments. JAR .. :
day, Sept. 4. They also welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake r. G
Lisa Stephanie, Rhonda and Michael City, were Monday dinner guests of SAVE!so' _9.", f'' r suss 1t ren t

Starling, of Lake Butler, into their their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 100 rtl+ T i
Eunice.Mr. : 76oz ,
home more than a month ago. We 'i "; COUNT
'welcome them into our community as and Mrs. M.D. Crapse visited -
foster children of the Smith's. their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. 1IiBIiJ. SAVE 20 Itwve eo ,
Mrs. Clara Cummings and Mr. and and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and girls in
Mrs. Larry Benton and daughter of Jacksonville,on Sunday.Mr. COMPARE :xt: '
Wilmington N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Ben- and Mrs. Dallas Pugh of Plant .
in Mexico SASS IO'-aaa 'save so'.a La CAll. .A ,ISl .n PT. ,
weekend City, who were vacationing +
ton and daughter spent the 19 *
with Mrs. Opal Lewis and Mr. and came back by last weekend and Mustard ,:.<.49. 99 Crisco SHonrcnina' 2 WaICTIJl'r-l'bu.' r n sue 97 e a )
Mrs. Jesse Barbour and family. Mr. Visited their aunt Mrs. Purvis Brown MYe 10'.M. fi" ... 'MVa S...._/INSIa rAx- BAva 14.<.M A.....VAUBTIE
and Mrs. Benton and daughter returned and Mitchell Brown. Black Pepper'?<'69,A 79* Prlngles POTATO cmrsoB K K"i'nj og Food3/l f

home Sunday but Mrs. Clara Cum- Julius Eunice of Starke was a Sun ..valll'.8lLM! ...' ......._....__......_ aA cur, I
with her sister day dinner guest of his parents, Mr. 6 J
will !
mings remain 127 "
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Mrs. Lewis for two weeks. Another and Mrs. Harold Euncie. Cat Litter. .,:. .. Prlngles POTATO CHIPS FJ t :
guest was Mrs. Lewis' nephew Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and all sass ao'.S4. save I V.a 1_eONCMITHATlD aw a.l aCo ,

Vest, of Columbus, Ohio. their foster children, Mary Anderson, Apple Juke.lt9.c' ..1Fresh Start DETIRGIII'IT'184! pgmmlaltines8l! f

Derek Alvarez of Starke, was a Sun Lisa,Stephanie,Rhonda,and Michael SASS IS.IM MIXED, SASS JO--MM UOUIO. JFVegetables'
day dinner guest of Henry Hodges and Starling, attended "Hiding Place" a '29 'Dynamo nt'1511 '1" '
family August 31. Christian movie at Madison Street 39GENERIC' Deterg Fig, UIKKJ MeWt ons. .. M
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Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of Hilliard Baptist Church In Starke on Friday 3 7,25.z. ti '

came to visit her mother, Mrs. O.J.. night. ,PXriYmr PK, .
Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Brown went to CASTLEBERRY PRIDE
Anders on Wednesday. Mrs. Anders '
went home with her and pent several Douglas, Ga., Friday evening to visit NAPKINS I. I ickevERVIIfa.i :VEGETABLEOIL y':
days. their sister's husband who Is 111. ...... .!.. J.
Mal.and Mrs. Henry Smith attended Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinley Carl *'" .UP.TIWc' ft"OUMTUnOS.s PHAr H.OHCHrCKBN 8..9 f

the funeral of Mr. Wm. J. Greene Sr., are the proud parents of a son ... 79 (j f 1
at South Prong Cemetery at Sanderson McKinley, III born Sept. 6 in Baptist 140 5 9 3'50. $ 1 $1 .
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on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Hospital, Jacksonville. Grandparentsare COUNT '
They spent the rest of the day at St. Mr.and Mrs. Bill Crouse, and Mr. IO << .
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Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville,with and Mrs. Carl McKinley, Sr., both of AVB IT AVB SO sAVe tto.
their brother, Gaston Smith who Is Lawtey. r
awaiting surgery there on Monday. Miss Brenda Prevatt of AVI so. .ISM aM pAimnr PIM AVE SO.4M OILY Ol_LAB & IBMCarpet
Donald R. Brown AM SI and Mrs. Tallahassee, came Wednesday for a COMPARE -... =MKS Flaked Coffee. 219 Selsun Blue\BHAlWOOJ. 'I 69 Scent. g., .

Brown and family were supper guestsof visit with her grandparents, Mr. and ... ...n...'.- SAYS*O*.TM BMOLAISelsun AVB.'..LE>UVUVCHKKIH Ol...."AI.J.. :
their sister Mrs. and Mrs. Fleam Starling and spent a few "'VIIIO' 1 WHIT* HOUPotatoes *+
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son Keith and their mother Day, Mrs. days with her.parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. 29* 39 Red Cheek .NfIC. 129 Blue tsa woas299 9 Lives Cat Food. *1-t 1 "
Lucille T; Ivey, of Jacksonville. Ed Williams of Starke. Sass.4>.I/M .AVB10-.1T..cais AVE44.1MCT.Sweet '.......ai. SM slap uvu 01 CHKIIEN '41.
Donald Hodges, of Starke, brotherof We are happy to announce that Bar-B-Q Sauce49 73 Ubby.sas.: ..39. M' Low. 1" Henny Pen Doarooo5SAYS /$"'
Henry Hodges, returned home Wayne and Kathy Hardee have open-- fr:ss BO.pV....IfT one AMT. lava JO.S4 CT.PAOB.T save 10'._
from' Bradford County Hospital on ed a Gun Shop along with their Tax- TOTAL 463 .5'''i .79 Upton Tea Bags *169 Peter Pan=ATn *2J
Saturday after having had surgery on idermy business. Please stop by and Gala Towels. . tALL ..
Friday.Mr. visit them for all your hunting and ."

and Mrs. Larry Mincey and sporting good needs. .:, :
family of the U.S. Army and being Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and MACARONI WISK : POWDER
transferred to Arizona are spending family of Bryceville,were Friday and IVORY LAUNDRY y
a week with their parents, Mr. and Saturday guest of their parents,Mr. & .CHEESE 'DETERGEnT'DETERGENT DETERQEN .
Mrs. Ben McCulley art) David. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.W.S. DIMMER r
Mrs. Rowell] Prevatt spent a week Crews Jr., of Jacksonville "'
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and Mrs. H.W. Hudson of Savan- grandmother Mrs. Pierce Crews. 7.250. 2 S. TMO F FPRO.
nah, Ga. Mr.and Mn. Larry Norman Rhon-, UQIID.a. QUART LBII .
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way, on Saturday night. N.C. and towards "Grandfather '
Mr..and Mrs. Wally Cavanaugh of Mountain", in N.C. t'
Hampton, were Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Pierce Crews and her grandson SWITeHT9 'PANTRV : ;
of their parents, Mr.and Mrs. Rowell W.S. Crews Jr. visited her PRIIJEIi
Prevatt. brother and sister-In-law Mr. and ,
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. Season Opener forBothFor ,*...)TanudoM. Mwcl my 0
.. 112))TonwiloM 17 Mocclmny IS
113)) Tornadoes I* Mwxlmny. *
154)Tornadoes 19 Mwctonny I
the biggest of Tornado fans 1900 and !74) Its been real close come-. 1990)TonuitMi M: MMdonny t1M
begins Friday night'as the Bradford from-behlnd type deals." )Tornadoes 27 Mwctonny. 4W7)
High football teeny trawls to Mal The -"big horse" Horse talked of' )Tornadoes 6 Mecc...imy 0
clenny for an 8 p.m. clash with the was Macclenny's 6-0, 196 pound f x I 111)) Tornadoes 14 MUKclwiny 1 41M
Baker County wildcats to open the tailback Terry Given number 23). >Tornado :II Macclwwy 0
1980 football season. Givens was rated one of the top six or 140)) TII To......... I* M.*......' II
Opening games are always big and seven running backs in North Florida ,*,,)TanMdoM It MKclrniny 0
for a Tornado edition trying to better by the Florida Times-Union and will '*'2) Tornado XI: MoccUnny 7
last seasons' lukewarm 5-5 log this carry the bulk of the offensive load 141))Tornadoes 13 a MICCI....., 0
opener Avery important but, aealwaya from the ,point Macclenny's\ too 144)Tornadoes 21 Mccclmny. 0
is maybe the biggest Mormatiotr. But BHS csn'tsolelykey, 141))Tornadoes 21 Mwclmny 1 0
of the year for Macclenny. The on the tailback. In the recent Spring 144)) Tornadoes 24 Macclwiny 0
Wildcats have never beaten the Tornadoes jamboree the Wildcats sent wlngback 1967))Tornados 2* Mocclonny 1 11
in the 29-game history of this Vic Givens motion most of the team 14S) Tornados 24.Mwclwiny 0
slugfest earning a lone tie against 28 and tried to get him the tall almost as 14t)Tornadoes 13 .Mxclmny 0
BHS victories since 1945. often.either on wingback reverses. 1970)) Tornado 41 Mwclonny 4
+ Tornado coach David Hurse or passes Into the flat. Hurse also 1971))Tornadoes M MacclMiny. 0
understandably doesn't like to harpon ,rates split end-cornerback Johnny 1972)) No Mooting
the so-called"Bradford Jinx"over' Belford (22) "a very good football 1973)) Tornado :20 Mccl_ny 7
Macclenny preferring to leave well player"and Tornado scouts say Mac 1974)) Tornado IS -Moccl.".., 14
enough alone as he readies his ,clenny'can put the ball In the air 171))Tornado 34 Macclanny 4
charges for the opening skirmish of "To beat Macclenny we..aolllg to 174)Tornados 4S .Macclmny I
r the season. The game may stir up have to execute .defensively.,better 1977)) Tornado _cl....., 7
fevered emotions! Baker County but than we did in the jamboree wherewe 171)) Tornados. 13.Macclmny 7
it's still treated as just a ballgame at had some kids break down" Loose Ball 11!! 1979)) '.,..odo.. IS Macclmyitio 1 0
BHS. Hurse said.-"The ends needed work'and The; ball can be seen popping free as a Crescent City runCSI.Charley Brown (67).and Kenny Wright (53.Crescent ) TTTltT7Tt1Ttt7Ty917Tt7
"We expect a heck of a game they will get it this week"JlW'II4I' ner IS baited by Tornadoes Mike Jordan (3).Kevin.Reddish City recovered the bobble and won the quarter.on .
Hurse said before practice Tuesday. said mentioning too that linebackers
"I'm sure they'll have a biggest Kevin Reddish and Mark Crews missed Emmett
Mike
crowd of theyear over there.They'vegot keys In the Jamboree "but have those things defensively." .' dy Luke Dwayne Jordan McBride Randy
Walking
a big team, a big horse of a runn greatly Improved in practice.: Mac GrUfls
ing back and they feel like this Is their clenny hurt people with the bootleg Hurse added that Kenny Wright Parado and Ricky were
looked In
year to beat us. Two of the last three ,and the wingback reverse in the Jam- Kenny Etheridge Brian Thomas, among the players that good .Tornadoes.Split
years we've played over there ('78 boree and we've been concentrating, Chuck Williams Billy Shannon, Ran a long Intense workout Monday.



Jamboree PlayBradford


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: High beat Interlachen 13-6 the endzone from inside the one with

but lost 64) to Crescent City, both 8:34: on the clock after carries of 7, S,
Class 2A teams, in the preseason football 12,and 2 yards on the drive.
Plus'C S Jamboree In Palalka last Friday BHS stopped Interlachen without a
night. Sept. 5. first down despite one eight yard
.t .It was the best thing that could pass completion sandwiched betweentwo
have happened" said Head Coach BHS defenders. Dwayne McBride
,,- David Hurse of the beating the Tornadoes returned the IHS punt 22 yards to the,
absorbed from Crescent City BHS 42.Going.
a team conning off a 10-1 bowl year. to work again the BHS offense -
YOU CAN'T The BHS defense had a lot of trouble had the football the IHS end- \
U.S.D.A. GRADE A containing the Crescent City offense, zone again with 3:06: left on the clock. j"
LARGEBAKING BUY BETTER then the offense failed to score after QB Goodge scored on a 22 yard
around left end. Goodge carried i
BHS forced and recovered a fumbleon scamper .
...SO WHY the Crescent City 11 yard line. on five of the nine plays on the

MORE? Scoring on their first two possesionsthe drive.
PAY 1980 edition of Tornado gridders
went 134 over Interlachen on drives
5-TO G of 70 and 58 yards. Interlachen stung BUS 0 Crescent City 6

the Tornado defense for a 34 yard TD Crescent City showed no respect to
PKG. on the flee-flicker for its touchdown. a Class 3A eleven, taking the game
1 LB Palatka beat Crescent City: 14-8 In right to the Tornadoes In the fourth
$178 the second period, St.Augustme High period play after losing 14-8 to
<= beat Interlachen 16-0) in the third Palatka In the second quarter.
O ,period, and SA edged 8-6 by Palatka Receiving the opening kickoff, CC .
.9. 8 A Jy 'tnthe, fifth and final period inthe bat II.vtook the- foethat-seisjerdfr. nrseVBi'**' _
LI3 .... of the_"two .biggest 8th.tears;ol\ ..plays, with the quarterback going M, &.r\
0 SAVE Ur'A-L9..atry F red, yards for the score with/less'than four
.'\..........---. SAVE .0. SAVE iti A LHAVI '0' rmoe!answeerENEDGRAPEFRUIT! r minutes gone. Using the option Crescent
"" S BUS 13 Interlachen 6 City ran the football up the Brad-

".r -4 : Interlachen could not run on the ford High middle off tackle and
6. I1)-) "" I1"" OOASrE1eJUICE = Tornado defense in the first period of around the end.
.. u-niv A&NIo-''1 Mva 10I M rNa ; : the jamboree but busied the secondary The Tornadoes were forced to punton
easrttgmw! .va Tor A
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SO'A*aoniuua Oleo 38 : their first possessions and got a 48
Fyne Spred with the best passing quarter-
Steak.ui278Short Lamb Legs., .. '. to selava effort from Kenny Clark who
Shoulder back of the night, Napolean Dubois. yard
A La naw DAUUOD OexoM 16'r of bounds at the CC two
save"IP out
punted
aO'A Uo S LM a OVea sat' "r The Rams passed 13 times in 13
.utl38 Lamb Roast rr La .l yard. line. Three BHS tacklers hit
Ribs ea'tw' OUCBD : plays. BHS kept the passing Dubois
SAVO io- 10......rANmr HUM TAti- hard and Crescent City coughed the
.AntWAiB-roiruALAriDoarKiinir. : under but he still managedto
GAVE aoA*s us S ovnrrmwLV Singles.AvaBVAUuuiDO'ppxwTtwMtn also a 460& pressure football ,BHS sophomore defensive
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American up
LSsl'8 Lamb ChopsT jx ,, get the football to his receivers who
Ground Beef --8 7.,. SAWS ...*M ma rAHTinr rajD. A ''wrrMVHiseoapoNaooD'mMiiMoerr WED ttrtTtt. i*!o.UMrr-i" X."-Sii 'let him down on several passes that tackle Dale Buchanan recovering at
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SAVE>.A Lrl SMOKID' '.T i i68' Cheese.68 .. COOPO..WITHAOY..OO.OIO..POOD ZI -. have been completed. A pass the CC 10.
tfeCould
TurkeyHa..u{ : > La r,.,... Cream OIIDH.TOtAcco rioDucra. excLUDHQi: J; BHS was unable to punch the football -
.... shot his most used receiver who
Slab Bacon... .uoc.MBMSBtBBnZ .. .... ? to
.,. ''* .. .sj.*...** then tossed pack to a running back on In, however. Goodge got 4'a
L! ,,..!1!3 fID TT:, the flee flicker was the only play that yards over right keeJordan
TARTER'k >
SLICED n( ,' '"fooled the Tornadoes. blockers. Fullback M hit
PORK .uoin: I\.ll\e\ f1IOO.... '" ." ap: FREEZER QUEEN, Emmett Watkins returned .the left. guard for 1, then 2 yards. lost On to' ...
fourth down from the two Goodge
opening kick-off to the BHS 30'yard
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DINNERS\
-: :., LEAN '; T3CCEI'fTER CUT BEEF' .HEAT_MAItWU.Kr rATnWCHA.tMKML..V line as the Tornadoes won the toss and a yard when hit in his own backfield.
\ C UNID' SIRLOINSTEAK .MAVV.IESfAl.lSMJir sVAOMirrTI IJlKAKaV>MAISIAUL-sktCKOT ,1' elected to receive. Using the veer offense :The football popped loose but Goodge
$ picked it up and tried to run but was
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lt'8 : effectively; QB Bill Goodge used .
'1 ,., $: Ii Mike Jordan drives caught. .
+UCK. iLB 138 fullback on up
j : : Crescent City drove the football out
it "
11.58TO LB PKa w" + w ..- the middle and kept around the outside
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to the 50 1 before time ran out,a IS yard
1'M* 'et the Tornadoes went 70 yards in
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oat sevtt.o ..'8 plays for their initial TD. Longest clipping penalty" saving
$ 7. 298 .. play was a 28 yarder by Goodge one long gainer by the
\ I." ,VM. !.."'!,>; around: right end! Jordan pushed Into quarterback.Dr. .
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Tammy Barton, 'Jerry
Felton
Ceramics Classes Mary
Uniforms Should.be., Lane,. Terry Hunter Cheryl Horn
Turned In! Are UnderwayThe Gina Thompson Dawn Schoening
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Ann
taught by Marchant Mary Lyons
classes
Ceramics Lorretta
All Dixie Boys'players and Senior Tanner, and Coach
Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns and sponsoredby Manager Jean
School) team players
Summer(High Starke Recreation Department.. Herman Schoening.
have not turned in their complete the
that .
are now underway. ,
uniforms to the Red. Department
Monday nights Hairston'
held Heard
Classes are 61
Immediately. .
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should so
; Bring the uniforms by the Old Ar ings from from.9 7-10 p.m.a.m.and Wednesday to ;noon with morn-no At QB Get-Together, '

mory. charge for the Instruction.Only cost, 'Ct listeners were on hand at the '.'
r Flag Football:' Is jo pay for the materials used.: Garden Restaraunt Editor.and j/as Gator Gainesville expert

fa'I'l Sharks 50 LWCI 27 Jack Suns Sports Hairston paused out inside '
: 'Dazzlers 3rd in Gator at the .
.1.At The Sharks poured it on after trail knowledge on the 1980 Club 1
ing 15-U at nautime and beat LWCI SO Raiford TourneyThe first Starke Gator Quarterback

...!........ .. ,"'. -r -27 In a men's Sunday flag evening.football game at Starke Dazzlers took the third meeting I'm not of the sure year.why but he loves to
season-ending
Milton Baker scored three place trophy In the come to Starke" Club member Gus
Where In Tarnation? the winners Includinga tournament for the Raiford Poor Boys said of I Hairston who
for Kopelousos
In the picture taken above of te -off time Saturday morning In the Rotary touchdowns kickoff return and a 17 yard softball league.Macclenny's. stayed after the meeting until 11:43:
his 78 yard the
Golf Tournament Starke KOA operator Charles Perry tries to track down HaUe.Benny Hudson / Chargers won trading Jokes and Gator stories.
tee shot In the glare of the early morning sun.Accountant Pat Farnsworth and pass added from three Greg TD's on interception event with Keystone! Heights second. p.m.The'Clu3 meets again Thursday
crack at the Lib"by !
store owner Jim Womack (right) await their and .22 Dazzler team members were: 18.
Stump's department returns of 61 and 23 yards night, September.
first tee In Saturday's golf tourney first round. from scrimmage Harper, Luanna ancU.oo.kleMun-:: ..
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Sanders of the novice golfers competing yard scamper .... '. .. ..'.... -, .
In the, tries picture to strike below that Judge tiny Elsie dimpled ball one with that many awkward club.The non- : : . .. .. .<'.,
golfers often could be hear shouting not-fore! but"Mulligan" after their tee
shot,making good use of their option to retrieve a dribbled<< tee shot and try again. 11 4 1 I



Bobo Wins Rotary GolfIt THANK YOU


for of the 29 participant In last
R was more for fun than games many
weekend's Rotary Scholarhip Golf Tourney, Some hadn't seen a golf course In
years but wanted to help out as the local club raised money to help local
Fe Community College.. "
students attend Santa
But don't tell the winners It was all fun and games. Len Bobo handled theStarke the of
Golf and Country Club with a Calloway score of 143 to win the top prize To. all people
for low net while It was Jack Hazen who had the best gl'OllllCore of 147. .
Terwillegar (144) and Dr. H.H. Adams (146) were next best In the
Clyde
-p golfers Calloway who play don't, which have was official used handicaps.because if s a system that can handicap novice ,: Bradford' County for 'their

"The golf tournament combined with the proceeds from donations will .
finance the two students in school this year" Rotarian Dr.Wayne Whiffen said '
-f of the money raised in the event.$1,000 was needed for the Santa Fe Community vote and support. .t.
College scholarships, which are$500 apiece to BUS graduates Ann Brooks and .1.
Jeffery Brooker. Whiffen said next year two more students will be added to .
boost the fund to 2000. A
Plans are for the golf tourney to be an annual fund-raiser,with the next edi- ,
tion slated for the spring as a one-day tourney followed by a steak dinner. ; -

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... \ ClydaTarwIllcgar lee lobe 143 144 14* JlmWomock Morris PatFantnmrth William. 14S 141 ISODraw Let's' continue' to work 'until .Oct. 7th. .

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Pop Warner Coaches : Give Us Those Stories !.

football We want to have stories on all the Bradford teams In the Wilbur Waters I i
The TELEGRAPH urges all Bradford Cowboy football paper each week so It is Important that either one person be
office and pick up some Saturdayor
the
coaches to come by responsible for writing up all the ballgames each
game story forms. or each team have a coach or designated parent,'write" b
the and turn It In. ; .' .,, P4..Pol. Adv. Pd.Far By+Wilbur W stirs
be filled out each week and turned In Monday game m
These can and good lucktits 1esisotyj" AnD hlrq iac
Thanks for your help
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__ September II. 1980 TELEGRAPH POlICe E/,, ;II

thouse, staike: Florida.. time ana place prescrib
ALegalsIse An ORDINANCE emending Each and
320 N. Church It.. NOTICE OF the ComprehensiveLand every person ed.BOARD
nonet having Interest OF BRADFORD
or Storks, K. S3W1, sole. INTENTION Use Plan Element any
INTENTIONTO owner,. doing .businessat TO REGISTER ly operated In ......... .:tof this Court on dory thereof a distanceof and Map by Bradford whatever In the enactment COUNTY COMMIS I

REGISTERFICTITIOUS KITTY IA BRUSH SIGN fICTITIOUS Bradford County. Florida September 3, 1980. 42O feet to a concrete County Florida In accordance of this proposed SIONERS.By .
CO.. WALDO fl. Intendsto NAMEPursuant since' September. 1976. Gilbert. S. Brown, A* monument for Point of with' the local ORDINANCE should appear /s/Gllbert S.

NAME rec>... laid fictitious /William V. Forayth Clark of the Court. Byi' Beginning. Government Comprehensive and be heard at the Brown. Clerk. "pel 9/1 I
Jr. McRao From Point ol .
Marian a* Deputy Beginning
name under the provIo to Section: Planning Act Ito
Pursuant to Section. along el aforesaid 865.09. Florida Statute Sworn to and lubocrlbod Clerk. thus described continue ef 1973: as provided In COURT"AT :
965.09. Florida Statutes, statute notice U hereby given before ma this 23rd I0tlr !l 4tchfl 10/2. South 0'. 56' East Chapter 163 of the JACK I ASSOC., lac. ;u;,

notice Is hereby given Detod this 20th day of that the undersigned., day of February 1970.' I along said Westerly Florida Statutes. Licensed .Rest, Estate Broker 1 lib
that the undersigned .August. A.D. 1900 In GUY MULE AND DOUG Patricia I. Crawford. PUBLIC HEARING boundary 394.41 feet to TO: All Citizens, Tax-
KATHLEEN L. FANttll Bradford County. 1/28 MILLER t.. 2, Box 16, Notary Public State of NOTICE a concrete monument pay, and other Interested Sine Csrllllod DuHdsrLAKE P11V0.M.

4tpd a/u. W.av rvlll.. N.C. 2 77. Fta. at lorge. FEDERAL REVENUE 517 foot Northerly of the persons .w't,1!
owner, doing btnlnoua 9/4 4tpd 9/25.: > FUNDS Southwest corner of said FRONT .
PACK SADDLE NOTICE The t'(I., CammlMlon NE V. of NW !V. run You and each of you 'Mli

APIARIES Rt. I. Box of the City of Storke will n.North' S9, 42' are hereby and herewith 3 LOVELY LAKEFRONT HOMES from S12S.OOO. Owner

..J as<1tn'E. C5i.luuwBell. 366A. lav/toy." PL 92008. Starko The Florida P.O. Box Bank 910.ot hold a public hearing on East and parallel' ta the given. notice In accordance financing
Southerly boundary of
Intend to register Mid .budgeted Federal' with Florida
fictitious under the Corner Jefferson and Revenue Sharing Fund Mid NE !/ of NW M a ACREAGE
.. lumber name
Rea as so Clark Street. Starko Statutes' that the Soard
distance of 1323. feet I
provisions of aforesaid on Tuesday. Sept. 16 to
,
ISO W.Cell ft. Florida 32091 has made of County Commissioners
sill, Sterile .-... application to establish' 1980. ot 7 p.m. at the City a concrete monument on of Bradford Only 3 left. I acre parcels on SR 21. soned reside, 1.
Dated this 28th day" ofAugu. Remote Service Facility a Hall ......... Fl 3>>91. the Easterly' boundary of County Florida have These beautiful tracts of heavily wooded railing'
sold NE 0' NW V"
.'. A.D. 1900 In Merrill Edwards / runthence
l 744-5527 within the parking' lot of designated the Bradford excellent 'Investments for 'Individuals or buifj}.r
North
.y (1'.27', 30'East
Bradford County. 8/28 Bradford/ Square hoop- City Clerk sold County Zoning and Planning dovoloper.' From 15950. Owner financing, excellent
4tpd /ia.. of Storke along Easterly
i City Board to conduct a
DUPUX Ing Can tar, U.S. Highway 9/11 Itchg. boundary a distance of terms.X .
public hearing ot a
301, Starke, Bradford
NOTICE 01'' 327.5 feet to
.**..../$ .- INTENTIONTO County Florida. Application PUBLIC-NOTICEAn monument a on concrete the regular meeting held at XV4 acre homesltes for '3500. Near Keystone

.X... I Be IR. KM.. on.... site brie*.landslip ,.,.. REGISTER was accepted filing ORDINANCE amending Westerly" boundary of 7:30 p.m. In the County
Commission '
FICTITIOUS by FDIC en July 29 the ComprehensiveLand the right of way of State mooting BUILDING LOTS
room, Bradford County
NEW LISTINGS NAME 1980. Use Plan Element Rood 100, run thence In a Courthouse Starke, '

.L.rgo"' .house, 4 "boar bath .... on side.WH ...... and Mop of the City of Northwesterly' direction Florida' on Tuesday. Magnificent acre lots with lake view. From 323SOJ
financed.as Pursuant to Section: Any parson wishing to Storke, Florida, In accor.donee along 'last aforesaid' September. 30 I98O and Owner llnanclng.
BoS.O,. Florida Statute, comment en this application Westerly boundary and ".".-
the local
with
..Itt. so0/.d; $ 5,000 24ss.w make recommendationto
o
stores. dovr0tswa. file his her
or
notice I* hereby given may Government Comprehensive along tho arc ol a curve, the Board of CountyComml..lan. Unique aero lo.llIIoklngl'Ond on Sr2l.
'10. that the undersigned. comment In writing" Planning Act said curve"being concave ., m
and the
.lock .building on 301 North Grew business Iscatlea. MARK I. COHEN owner with the Regional Director of 1973 .* provided for to the East and having a Board will consider, on Beautiful' building sites on Keystone Golf Course

.* M. I ... Greenhouse, Zoned CoootSpec'al -'W.' Route 2. Box 5SOA City of the Federal In Chapter 163 of the radius of 2914.70 feet a Monday. October 6.1980
: of Melraio. County of Deposit Insurance Car Florida Statute and distance of 260 test more --
at the same said place at
Bradford, State 'of potation' at It* Regional Chapter 23 Code of Ordinance or less to Alligator
10:00 A.M. Ordinance HOMES
: an
:' .Florida. doing bulnoMa Office located at 233 ., City of SIo...., Canal; run thence In o relating to:
'" SUNSHINE PLANT Peochtne Street N.E., direction
Northwesterly
.Beautiful M at a.... first time M Florida.. .....
comer .Country NUKSERT Route 2, Box Peochtra Center Harris along Mid of .u'.h.eId.I. home In Art Wood. Golf swimming
TO: All Citizens, Taxpayer right way '
market.' 550A. City of Melrose Tower, Suite 2400. Atlanta. and other Interested line and along the arc of The rezoning of the tennis and trails A new. concept In 'lake reglonltvJ' 5
.
.X Trailer Perks.I County of Bradford Georgia 30303. If a curve, said curve "being following described property Ing en Ills fairway Keystone Golf Co..,... .,,\\i!

trailer, park. II "' 11orI. Appro 6 acre Fsncsd.prex. .. State of Florida Intend. any person desires to You and person each ef concave to the East and and amending the 'hull 1 K

.1 trailer ..... 11 "' 11orI. I an '"so ........ ...... ape to register! Mid fictitious protest the granting of ore .hereby and herewith you having a radius of Comprehensive Land Custom designed, low maintenance. energy eIIc, { *It' 'd

21 acre*. lamed ............., LARGE. down pay name under tho provl- this application ho or she given notice 'In accordance 2924.78 feet a distanceof Use Plan to provide that brick ha.... 2BR 2Bth. Carport 250' frontage r4, '!
lands zoned
__. Owner will finance hoi ones., aloha of *foroaldtatuto. hoe a right to do *o If he with Florida 220 feet more or .less currently Keystone golf Course. (41 500. t'9, -, b
RIA and
designated by
or she file a written '' j
IS'
Statutes, and City Ordlnonce to a concrete monumentat
,* ,Wo HeX ......Anatole Dated this 19th day of notice of his or her Intent *. City of S'a...., the and of sold curve, the Residential, plan be as rezoned Rural 28R JBth. energy efficient home, unusual buy et S31,IOC1! V

M turn. $"01 Auguit. A.D. I960 'In with the Regional Director Florida, that the City run thence North 2*, 24', )10..,.. ,11
M .......ro. homo. SISfJi M apartment. before to PUD and designated
.I M unf_. opt. f IJOi .1 M ........... apt.SMOl.X M mefurnished Bradford" County. 0/20 September on 26.or 1980. ThenonconNdenllol Commission, of ..0..... 30" West along lost Planned Unit Devel., the 'I,. 28th established home, convenient to StarkWS44.800. < *
4tpd '/... aforesaid d >110> [..1
Florida hoe designatedthe Westerly .
homei .l unfurnished. ..._.. > M LAKI property of MR. a MRS.
portion ,..... boundary o distance of ooiv3BR. "
.
of Florin- )
City A.J. THOMAS. JR.,
HOUSES Furnished, .... May.COMMERCIAL NO"'ii EOF of the application are on
Ing and Zoning Commission 10.65 feet to a concretemonument s ate> .13a
PROPERTY' file in the Regional Office described as follows: JBth. home on large S43.SOO..
INTENTIONTO the Northerly
to conduct a public on HO3Br. ::
.I warehouse on us 301. Air conditioned. oWcM. Great REGISTER located at 233 boundary of Approximately 179 acres
hearing' at a regular In Section 30, Township 28th homo with assumable "'/.% mortgage'.1''\ ''8
locution. eachtr, 51'_
N.E.
FICTITIOUS ** be held' aforesaid NE4! of NW
.I Tackle end Soft .....'_. L..Iotwoototy. NAME Peachtree Center Norris 7:30 mooting: to In the City at !%, run thence North 89, S. Range. 22'East, parcel S4I.900. Excellent .buy ?. 1L1Hi
p.m. 4191 00200: / mil. Northwest J. to
One city Mack. In downtown ...... |..et weMHg far the Tower. Suite 2400. Atlanta Commission, room. City 57'. 30" West along said .
of Starke the 'U Jt>
right ....1_.. Grew opportunity for downtown ......1. Pursuant to Section: Georgia, 3O3O3 a* Hall. Starke, Florida on Northerly boundary a Southwest side of on COMMERCIAL ,,2Irud ;

.I .large.......u....pp...... ,._ la. ft. Mseds reel end 865.09. Florida Statute, part of the public file Tuesday" September. 33 distance of 255.091.0 100 for Planned Hwy Unit '
repair Ho floor end standing wall*. notice I I. hereby given maintained by the Cor- 1900. and make a recommendation a concrete monument, Development a consistingof Commercial lots on SRIOO near Keystone, S9.950. owii1-(= .;itls i

INVESTORS DREAM that the undrlgnd poration. This file I* to the City run thence South 0*, 56', financing.

Income Property Will" Per Itself JOHN E. GRIFFIS. 434 N.' available for public Inspection Commission, and the City East and parallel last Multi-family Single Family and Office lots ;lot: ;.3H

b .I smell apartment complex.. Handyman's.,..,...14 row Orange St.. Storka, FL during regular Commission will consider aforesaid Westerly and NeighborhoodShops. P. O. Box 1354 : t I 3it

tel uni... possibly I.' 32091 and. JOHN E. .business hours on Tuesdays" October boundary a distance of I Keystone Hgts, Fig. 32656 j't.1:11 itH
RAMSEY, 400 S. 165 feet to concrete ,( >,y >
.I small ftamo homo.I CherrySt. NOTICE 7. 1980 at the same a You ore further given !;
.largo frame bouse. Need repair. Residents. or 4 .. ,.or.. Fl I I. William V. Forayth old place' at 7:00: P.M. monument run thence NOTICE THAT A COPY ((9041 473-7060 oaqr ::>3
32091ce-own.rs, doing Jr. will .bo an Ordinance relatingto North B9, 57', 30" West .1' ,IleaclsnuL
aportmenH( ... 4 (A). not responsible OF SAID PROPOSED ORDINANCE
.I X M frame ........ pertinent an side.. Zoned com- business a* THE for any debt Incurred : and parallel' to aforesaid Is available for \; ..'
YOUNGER GENERA Joan J. Forsyth The rezoning of the Northerly boundary a office r
by Inspection at the -
,w.rdsl. TION. Ill W. Call St.. after WO. following described distance ot 840 feet to your ,....' lIat
2.
April property of the Director of
coll in to Nit property.
your Starko, Fl 32091. Intend. Point of EX-
9/4 3tpd 9/18. and amending the Beginning Zoning and Planning.Iodlod .
to register sold fictitious Land CEPT any portion thereof t
John..(Wove name under the provision ,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Comprehensive Use Plan to provide! that lying within the right of County1 Cou, rWilkA :::

Reg. Keel. Estate Broker of foretold! EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT land currently toned way.of Alligator Canal

tatute. OF FLORIDA IN RM2 and designated. Also bonds In NW'/! of : r 'Jt h 01'1
lu Oreon Sender AssoctotePlease Dated Hit 2Ulh. day of' AND FOR BRADFORD Mobile Home Park and ,. NE1/! lying East of those M v.est. f

Auguit. A.D. 19SO In COUNTY. lands designated R I c" parcels described In of1tataLSa.kM7rpage203- I( .REALT ::.

& 110, Goal, !lot %WPWu4.6Ck.ll..Aataw. land ....1..0.... by- tho- ... .9P64.5231:.

;: .: .C. .' If. -... n -
I 'I e .' '-IiOoo< ." .... ......... ....:- nUbonim Density &'rlct. '$f are being -. .
95a.ar.u.m 'hell i 'iF l In ,.: The Marriage of b. rezoned to R.2AMultMtatnlly In Section 33 Town.hlp'Sou.h PHONE 964-7776

ARCHIBALD Cj ROSIER low DoVsR": Range 22 East. LIATERW
Real Estate LL GAR 205 N. Temple. Starke I
'STATE ,. further
OF FLORIDA Husband Plaintiff vs ty; the property of You a given ...
. COUNTY OF BRADFORD TERRY .J. ROSIER wife, Charley Jereme'Johns NOTICE that 9 copy ol ,
O..ncIoC- and Markleyann, Johns old proposed ORDINANCE .rush B Bucket Wayne Douglas Broker-alesman

964-7828 988 N- Temple BEFORE ME this day NOTICEOF Cosh. ; I I.available, for 2 bedroom. from, home Telephone '*'.'.5 J

personally appeared SUIT The north on.. .hundred your Inspection at the paved rood frontage, 1
WILLIAM V. FORSVTH. NO PROPERTYTO fifty-seven, and Office of the Planningand acre of land .".000. We still have wonderful Bargains' In Stork, ,
GEORGE tOUftn Broker JR., cole. owner ol old : TERRY ROSIER. Address 42/100ths feet ((157.42)) Zoning Official. City Bradford County end the 'Immediate area eerier*, .I. "I

ASSOCIATES! Foryth Plumbing, who Unknown. of the South 517 feet of Hall ..0...... Florida. Splc Span than anywhere ,In the United States. rI.... ..." j 1,

pi's ,\ ".'.i.' Weekends and Evening*Call: -!being!. duly worn YOU ARE HEREBY the, Northeast Quarter Each and Every Person Newly remodeled 2 advantage fhsrn while" we have tfi' *, opportunity' 1' ,:, "'if.

.Rbort..94459a Judith ......-%..... deposes and cay: NOTIFIED that an action the Northwest QuarterNE having an IntarastnMnafevaffn bedroom home, corner There Is no time/ fI'/ th* prwsentf T..III.at'f", .
TAf* I haveop.rotd for Dissolution of marriage ( !M of NW !/4)) of SK-*"*" the enactment :- it.NJ
Ami Godwin-944-MSf Petty Sllcax-fff-ofT lot, a must to see Really Is forge enough to offer e bread chafe' of; j :
Neman!" Nodding-961.7620, taroon Canon: 9443704John ; a business In hot .been filed lion 33. Township, 6 of this proposed S2I.MO. listings yet small enough to extend prompt party j ".

Jtuv .Ht"1 R. Smith. 9644217 Stark.radford. County. against you TERRY J. South, Range 22 East; ORDINANCE"houlel oppoor ..nal..nt'... 1 Yl,
Florida, known a* For- ROSIER and you or. required containing 5 acres, more and .bo hoard at the ::J .1"
t91 :!(: HOMESSTARKv t.j"tlfP'umloln.' since to serve a copy of or fns; "|"' encljploco' prescribe Furnished IH| .t. lilt
eh 1, mail. tes/r...rental Investment. I low p.a- It. September 1976. your written, defenses. If AIM o parcel' of Iaid1> U, .4cI. 2 bedroom .block, home. .A superbly built t Or 2 0 home. Wilson Rd. In city limits.I! :;011

8(1 homeSBH1B.. dean a neat-P-rett ... 2. Thai the tint ad- any to If. on the plain lying In the Northeast By Albert'' L. Crosby. lots ol shade trees, yet a private" world on %acre-en e quiet lane In a nigh4l! .111,

537 Ieme. good location MBJB-Perk Piece. .dresslh tiff' attorney whosa quarter (NE v.) of Northwest Jr., Planning I Zoning SI7.500. coveted location. You select carpet, vinyl B colof.9P- !I ....

:Iq .Utfsrt "rawo ...". If';- .,* PI; ,,1 W W_ ft.Ue :Iknown '" f name and address I I. quarter (NW V,);;=:; 1 j|[ ('pffkloCity(;) of SI.,.., pllances. A bargain at 41100. vifiT ts'.
... .. >t! .. w... 01Ll DUDLEY P. Section 33. Township 4 Florida.: )tchg9/1l. Neet as a Fin ,
a and .... -. .. ice HARDY. Esq.. .ff'n, : : home Bss.nt Rd In cilV'I { ..1'1
J A en
..... 1C.-.1.o4. ,... ,,* 4..p2W; PIERCE I HARDY. P.A.. South Range 22 East n,9CC<: 81, 3 bedroom. home In greatlocetlen large energy beautiful shede trees''. lIt>
with
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1 F ;:, ;- : two P.O. Drawer 1030. the City ot Storke, Brod1-1 walk to limits of rustic sophistication .
NOTICE OF APFLICAiaTIOn ,.1
OUT.rOWN S. J. ; 510...... Florida 32091 on ford County. Florida and _i. ,FOR REZONING everything $20.000. Special features 3lr, 2 full baths, fireplace 'In 'alnK,
hale ...npsan take k : or .before October 16. .being more particularly"1, MAND);AMENDMENT OF' room. closets 1010,.. double garage, paved drlvewsjjl,.. 314
.ft. vonVshep aver 4A-.Homs ten.sMB. : walk 4 polios. Offered at S$9SOO.. HI .lOllIs
-1 .IM. ,, > IfSO. otherwise a lodge described o* followCommence *: USE PLAN '
IANQ . 't TO 1 ';/
y, > ..e.Io.IOA-W. of '*- HaysFlorida. mans may .be entered] at the NorlC ")jfTHS, Doctor lewyer. Merchant* Chief we welcome rfA{ .j
Intel
...EBR.M4RUC ; .... :3A. SR 14*. against you for the relief thweot corner of Mid NE discriminating' executive or professional 300 of cleertpJwhite '
is .,28. .*,..,.. !>x. IHA.-SR IOOE. .. Thatknown demanded In the complaint V. of NW V4 and run. beach lake Geneva with 4 modern ,. J\
C. Block eprflA-Wllsan, .... : 00 Fo or petition. thence South 0'. 56' lost "j aip4lryan: Real l Estate en marvelous chunk of .leI.f.t! i1
.Frame. 6 SR! 1s. hj.attMclg."sax. 4 ifs> A.-...... Rd. Ing hot ...... WITNESS my .hand end along the Westerly bounI on 2.78 ecres. What properfyl1,\.,1i, 1uw

8 New Cypras* home. .XM.IO( ....IOA.-Off Baynm Hwy.JO. .. .3rOW.CallSf. mCol. PREFERRED PROPERTIES/ brit: not

I*. LR,;R, ,krtcheWl. ..lng all .Brtek. AGS Pool. 4 *<.IViB. Apt !ilA-SR16S.reel. ( :'US 301 4 Call St.) LCI! 4 Nearly/hew 3 *R 1 IV. Baths. Parkwoad Sub.S33.400101! 1/t

.81 !. "fr. StM. I.. Brisk Country Club area.. ,964-8788. ANYTIME 4 414 W. Adklns' frame 4BR I'/.B S13.90 Owner fin. .tr'i' l>ie

tot 'Cr I ..'.pp.... A.. 3M.3B S.R. 10**. LESTATIExFRIrll.KNER ;.n!1 )1 So.MONDAYFRIDAY. jP 4 1040 Pln.It,.... Dr. S4..000 i% lln. Top Quality Harriet1'(l '' ;( boillIt

: ,I., Nra let-S.R. lOOsUr I., ... .t!" .. 4 trick residence US.000 '/ A-I4I.000. 3'4 Acr...'N' ""-, '

7u !$..\,-'&".'k.und/ri---f. nee *.-.. '12! '111'1:.:.: t '.1 p.m. SATURDAY M2 4 Crystal lake Home 3BR 1'/06 CHiA fireplace ....OO .} IslIJlmcl

? ACREAGE AHAr i Evenings and Sundays by appointment. 4 CB Home off Rd. 14_3 acres S46 500 mtg. 118 000 9u51
VV. f" v, born"i' b'.1
4 Miniature 'ond..U'I. Acres, unique
; acres on Fersyth Rd. '. BUSINESS and COMMERCIAL I 4 1125 Neil Ct. 137.1007.100 down-tin. S30.000 10'A."'": a
W LDNLTY ..b
.Vb acre mobile Home lot W......... Acres.. FLORIST In ideal I "location Inventory equipmentandven 43 BR 3 B Edward Rd. Has everything S9 900. ylln'I "

> 10 Club. area .. .,. .. . .. . .. ... . .S24.000 4 3 IR 2* 16 Acres Irewnlee Rd. Cattle' country, .SM.tOO4 /
Beeutrfuf ecres-Cevntry m** 964.505SREALTOR M
.Nice let Country Club.. CORNER LOT. 432_on US 301. . :. .$*7.000. terms. 3 IR 2' Ranch CHtA I2A for gad..d.22".SOtJ. ''

HOMES 4 125 yr. old homo(19M( ) sq. ft.). Hampton B 3 Ac-S311.5hcl':;., matI'ltA
BUSINESS AND INVISTMENTI V) I FKOR3iAN) NEAR COUNTRY cC$a.tk Vfeoer-d" BR. 2 Bo ...... Eastwood Drive 3 BR 2 B Cosy t .nv.nl..31.toO. 1

.9.000 so- building" ./_.. .....U...... ......wlth h.oMtiobMl.\6, rag.$550.0COUNTRY 4215 N. Broadway, freshly pointed "''g'o..I3I.000H'o' ; ;1 nr*

.. II'' negate ... Across item WishMne. REIN UVINO- Black' /Brick trim3 or 4 OR. 1% ... 4407 Milton Terrace -. sensible' '''.000. :(rob

phone CHBA. .... DR. Eel-ln Kit.. Ig. LR with Franklin fireplace, .4 Furnished MH on I"%. Acres 20000. N.... )1111 fd I
64-7700
.ooutih.l) M more form with 3 .11 I'A "'h. brick WW carpet-room for another home (or trailer) on this 2 4 3 BR home I era Wilson Rd. ....SOII. I13A 1 1 Gat I

ft/ Yf 1 'veneer ...... Formal dining .ergo living 3" N. Temple. Avenue acres ..... ... ... .. .$54.000 owner fln.n..... 4621 W. Adklns X I..carport footed, ....000. tilt. '7a,

n.m. ,.,.... Good posture I small outbuildings. WI CAN'T"" A STAR 'V COMFORTABLE Brkk Veneer,. 3 ... 2 .A.'..... Rm., BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES a n nn :'

1lto""J" paved roocI. _" closed. CHIA. '. 4.tTt
r ANY 01' THESE LISTINGS. "repl Dr.. swags, .SS3SDO. >750 W. Madison, former Mobil sle-S2S.OOO. "tll )011'/
PRIVATE BACK YARD GARDEN AREA Block 3 '''. 2BAFern. "
AND
THEY ARE ALL NIW.
Officer' 702-t3l .. Noma 7$2dOf6 Geed rontsl 10_. I 'as from* ,,_. o>419 S. Walnut New largo warehouse-8$2,500.. ro1'!Qe 1 nttd!
FAIR Rm.. Range ...., drapes,plenty storage, garageInside -
--1-, .11..00. excellent to_.. P.ICEO\ Greet property across Irons Holiday InnOwa.FIn* niifS.404 ;DVb
utility CHtA, Carpet. .,t..e.\ .. .. .Only $...IOG.
turn Own. fin.
end Program Conventional loon Owner financing. e N. Cherry 2 large, likely .p" bia: 0(1
PmHA a VA PHA 203("). 203V), 1M. W Ixckonte I.' acres I .""..c. I electric. hook-ups. well 0' RENT. The old Powell ROOM FOR ANIMALS. en Acres' "30R II.. .flora a Ap'". en 301-good potential. -owner fin. n. I .4f-of,
. . .
hoMo a bedroom. and 4boths. Frame. .340.COO.WALKING .
.
"Your... .Myles A New Homo h on Existing........ Kingsley. take .roo. DISTANCE W 7000 sq. H. CB bldg. en Rd. I4S Owner fin. [3.,, :IU to
Cell for an appintk.gto JM lMNTCfFM-Block' 2BR IBe. .Homecemmer.) B cortege en Medlson St. Owner fist,'.

Wide mobile. .home with built 04 rooms on :#Sent to discuss this. .large .. s>. .V. ..W'. ,* _: . :.526.081.FENCED S.$SOO me. Income tour turn rentals, -Cell B Bay ".* *.. :UowJ Otoll i

.pproximaely 'At .c,.. Nice shaded. I... lieu... YARD- MR..IOA. Block...Close In.. . .S30.0OO >Large .,1. complex on 301. good cash. flew, awn fbj ,
XI
fe
BONA FOODS could buy a 4 M Memo In .11.00., HAMPTON 3BR IBe.. If ,ot. .. . . .SI9.20O.
BARGAIN the CeuntryS27. FOR RENTS 3 bedroom HANDYMAN* 6 Room Frame en I Acre . .'''.100 ACREAGE -(,n(1 'f'
.
1 M hoMo on ......, ....' Very Moot 3M Home en 351. Ia Con. Ilk' ; Mme; Many. lot,... 139.100.00. .home on N. Walnut ........ LOTS a ACREAGE 10 Acras Rd. 100 W 27.990 Owner. financed.. aid tt.O'ltbit'; j.
Rd. 2MA a Wilson 11700. } 'ul.g
Acre
........ Reduced % ecta .... Space for Good .......... FOREST HEIGHT Restricted. % Acre lots I2.SOO a ..,. .4.71 (0
40 Acres Hampton 140.100.0." ..... '1... .V *
III.MO. Winter Cordon-.U..... FOR SAM I t..lforo ROLLING HILU- (Sayless Hwy) t Acre a upS3.SOO a vp.

.2...1r..w..S9_. Ow "I' 0116'.... ."'-'.... ... Wef.r. Neer Md ........ .... .....,... Iso 10% down S ,.....12". **17 prime..acre; sat Rd. I* overlooking will Hampton Lake 111t111\M
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Large lea close h Nsllday ism 'wlth Wk. *20 prime ecrai Ml N. rallreed., (..SOII an ..,..o.tI..>t I'll' a
3M on 5 Ac. FP. c... M/A e9..11 Ac. 'I.m Ac. %.
Con. Voc, '..,*....5,.ree .ate Ac.: Shady $.per..... building.! Hwy 301. ........... ,_. ,. I. '...... /flwenctis; ByIs LAWTEV AREA. 'IVt acre ....... 6 Acres ...... 2.K ..13 oc.IOII Morgan Rd. Owner finance 339.000. 'tlt F aiM
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y* HMtg. llxeO MM. an acref, w. meId .sorer. yrs
orros. _'. ., 1'A ...... I SR:"paved .... acres near ronyt.Chuntfl. a hospital-make oiliest (01*
u t%. Owner ta held HIM ....._ U.JO .*.lihad. OFF Ml- IB acre plnes-secktded. . .SM.vOO a 114,090

3nd Mtg. 15...... fl..*... $46.600.10. .', Lots A acre ta 1%'kroo. OPP so. US 10 acre en graded ..... .....100..".. &OfSl'O.INVISTMIHr A b a, .iM

.*-.._.. New 3 M. '.30 acre, lanced A ft'A> esree .high and dry posture w" 490 paten eared hultere..w oI'\' FOMYTM RD.. M Acres-l oars. ..../.lc/.I.. .. .S33.0M ."Country Club .._" let ISRI4 combined. '. $9,000.O OS.rUln( .\
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Blocked ,...... ...c.... per otr*. LAIIGI COLONIAINOMI'Versatile CALL US AT 944-070 -ANYTIME rDAY OR NIGHTI! I IASloaATIIAml '.7 Trailer .loft IrewnhM .....11" dn.por. sere $4,000.rlc 19uJZ i

Owner '1... 14"%' Dot.,,I I" ........ lsoalan.30,74', ..... ....., e. .large lot wtth plenty ..fbumming. HOURS .ISO/xlSO' commercial' on Ml-owner fin. S33.000. I d VV II .' e'" !

,M ..*..... ..2 acres ...... 641' "...... $1I priced .. .... *Wwill'soar. Country Club lot !I. x "" '-.Iea Ioc.-. ... _, tbt(
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P.R.12A TELEGRAPH _September II,ISM 1 ..

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'" : '" \:,: Volleyball ,OpensWith 4 % INTEREST


,J" ., ,-. .-- Quality Built Homes
only one starter gone and a lineup of experienced players already set the
t tof Lady Tornado volleyball team basset Its sight on a likely goal!: A better won- Payments As Low As $200 Par Month
the 1979 of 7-6. ,
lOllS record than worksheet
.i ."'"J Janice Berry is the only graduate that must be replaced In the opening lineup For Qualified Buers.
and girls like Lorraine Bass (soph.). Lisa Alvarez (Jr), and Tracy HankersonJr
,.," .. \ ( ) have plenty of action behind them after alternating at two spots last season.
let For 235.
'' '' Us You Qualify
"\ "" !' '' :f'''' Help
:\jI;, They'll be joining four year players Vaunda Brown (Sr) and Terri Thomas (Sr) ,
;.': ", \,".' In the starting lineup when the Lady Tornadoes host always-strong Clay High's See Us Today.
',} Lady Devils Tuesday night.Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. in the BHS gym.
That lld-lirter opens an enlarged 16-game slate that Includes dates with twodefending '
'" district champs- Clay and Gainesville High along with matches Bob Harris ,
against Santa Fe, Macclenny St. Augustine Hawthorne, Middleburg, and

J'; Buchholz.Adding depth to the Bradford High squad are a group of first-time ninth- (jjf f (](]ffijj I1($
graders.Tall Vonda Kay Hall and Myra Cummings lead the group,which also Includes
Patricia Slocum, Renee Wimberly,Patricia McNeal, Linda Wilkins and

., ( Pamela The squad Sams.started practice August 18,with action heating up as school started ::1DiJ( ($
',:' August 25 but BHS Coach lass Harvey still sees much room for Improvement."We .
i' aren't where we would like to be," Coach Harvey said before practice
Tuesday. "Everyone seems to be enthusiastic about it though they're working
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hard.
: 4,''si Clay has always been a girls volleball power In the area but the BHS Coach, Model Ready For Occupancy
said her girls "feel like we can win that first match with our determination..
We've been working well together and we've got pretty good experience."

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+ 31 Years Reduced Prices On Almost


Everything In The Store & Nursery-


SAVE 131"ROTOHOE Register for FREE WEED EATER ( 59.95 Value )

.. TILLER & OTHER PRIZES -Sale Prices Good Thru


; ,,' \t .f Roto Hoe Rear Mounted Tillers Sept. 20 -Subject To Sellout- No Rain Checks.

j '. I.! Have Features Like Independent t _
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Volleyball Basics Wheel ft Tine Action 4 Speed

Step number one In volleyball the serve and Lady Tornado Coach IncaIlarvey Plus Reverse Big Tractor Tread j I Kill weeds a feed grass with one
IB stressing the delivery in practice as the season will open Tuesday. Tires And More. '
Here Coach Harvey,at left watches the motion of freshman Vonda Kay Hall. 'I application 12-5-7 formula plus v.
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Model 990 49800 minor elements weed'killer c'V
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CHILI (DQ Reg. 629" I 25 Lb. Bag Covers 2500 Sq. Ft.MODEL .

PA LD? II *SP-FRONT MOUNT TILLERS '' '
: 1 rrl-: I<' Jesse James, I It 'is said, refuted to rob a bank in McKinney, GROTONE PELLETS <*
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Texas, because his favorite chili parlor was located there. HP Engine Chain drive to the tines, I 'I
+ .. 11IR -= well I o r For ,lawn a Garden 9-7-7 Plus.I 849
; balanced 12" to 24" width
Reg. 319" 27900| I i Chelated Iron a Vitals 50 Lb.'Bag

I Ii =niSE OUR SPREADER Vz DAY FREE

i WEED ,EATER XR-50TM with Fertilizer Purchase

New Lightweight 26.2.CCCycle: : ,
Gasoline Engine Solid State .. 'ALL',NURSERY :IFALL-' GEJAB1E AND ,
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Balance shell -' "" "
'Ignition Precise ( !, b "STOW"fruit IPUAL PANTS
Turns for Edging TapNGo --
Shade Trees lit. ) 1 Fresh; w Stock. I
Line Feed. I t/ Shrubs, PI ants.Jt: :"J.oJ: Favorite VarietiesALLUNADVERTISED 'I
Rep 129" I
Tune-up for more mileage 11488' Your Choice % %: Tray'Per. 59 C I I II II

The best way to get maximum mileage I
from your gasoline is to keep your r1A
engine In tune. Your air filter, PCV valve ', 3
and gasoline filter are vital parts of any sss f r'rr 19Ir CONTROL LAWN INSECTSANqt, ;
tune-up. Check them regularly as iw' Hudson.DURALITE'. .
engine AAA
part of your gas savings program. Get ? ,, j sprayer FEED THE GRASS;AT' THE ,;lIP'.
the most miles from your gasoline-tune : ,
up today. / Easy Fill Polyethylene. No Rust SAME TIME- ,
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POWER EQUIPMENT J Tank. 5 Ft. Hose a Extension.- Kills Chinch Bugs Fleas i-Antis' i Ticks
FRIDAY ONLY 9/12/80
Adjustable Nozzle.. Grubs a other f1secta"Pl a I Fctllizr b \
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Oil/Air/Gas Filter for most ( ALL PLANTERS & 1 Gal Size I 88 BagCovf.'d ,"
Reg. 32.99 JfcrafeU, e 3000 Sq. Ft!;:1 10'5
American / Foreign Car : g HANGING BASKETS ; ..: tft
SPRAYS & DUST FO1A, -
-= 4/' Thru 16" Sizes 'In FERTI-LOME PREM.lI
applications- 589S L1- decorator t colors. many >YARD GARDEN PESTt1D ?ROL,

\ Thomas Auto Parts e Rubbermaid % PINTS of SEVINMALATHION D1 1j, nar- LAWN FOOD PELLETS; nt I'{lr. Jc! ds
, .' ?, -e Garden m y y)ae Special for Florida Grasses tea J .;')'18 t
430 S. Temple Ave. Starke 964-5611 ,,}::- /.terlo roll Reg. 4.99 5.09 f 16-4-8 Plus Iron a Minor! 1 J blb.,
10:00 4:00 'YOUR CHOICE -tad i o Bag Covers It'9Qc..o'" ) .all h )
: am : pmTUANKS Your Choice
invrhgl's el ii N
FLORIDA MiX POTTING ,SOIL SEVIN DUSTS "f23 U0 5000 Ft.'Z vxi Jon bas gnllit >. J
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20 Qt. O98Reg.y2" DlAZINON GRANULES110 ... 1095 5y.
17832Reg.0t. -
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COMPOSTED COW MANURE w

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1-1-1 Analysis All I f '
use with all planting. 98 Famous Name / ,i ss HOLIDAY FOGGERS
Behalf Of The Bradford
40 Lb. Bag. Reg. 2.69 all LONG&SHORT F Kills fleas Roaches a other Insect pests

In the home Easy to use r No mixing.
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PREMIER PEAT MOSS .
County Hospital 6 Oz. Size 4 @$ t40z.
Pure Seasoned Peat Absorbs up 368-
to 20 times Its weight In moisture HANDLE Reg. 2.79x, Reg' 6.49;

Employees, Conditions soil. TOOLS / '? BUHL'S HI-KIL
4 Cu. Ft. Bale 48''
648 In the home use to kill fleas fy
Reg. 8.49 Green ThumbCorona. Resistant Roaches a more.. ,W'
e Wallace 6 Oz. bot. (makes a gallon) ,Reg! 7.69 -

The Community Carnival, II,; MULCH' with Pine Dark'vou'' BUHL'S NEW HI-KIL, 648. It
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mum i 8 Oz. Reg. 6.99"
Committee Helps Retain Moisture Retards CHOICE &
-O Weeds Protects Soil Beautifies' /) '
No Purchase Necessary You do noThave to be present to win.
3 Cu Ft. Bags
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Would Like To Say Thank You \, MULCH Reg 2.59 208 31 YEARS OF PROF. PEST CONTROL SERVICES

DIRECTED BY GRADUATE ENTOMOLOGISTS
To All The Merchants Churches '
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NUGGETS Reg 3.19 258 Complete Termite Control Single Items to complete house fumigation.

Clubs, Organizations and Friends HOUSEHOLD Pest Control Protection against embarrassing, destructive Insect pests.

That Participated In Our 1st TRIGGER SPRAYER Ornamental Pest Control Control of Insect pests a diseases of lawns, shrubs A trees.
FOR ANY PEST CONTROL .
.PROTECTION C l I US' na carp /N9pect10N. iM.nun.i. E9TIMA?
Annual Community Carnival! Handy for appling soluable plant

Because Of Your DonationsOf .) food Nozzle a pesticides Adjustable J r LORIDA LAWN'- GARDEN. NURSERY

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Time Prizes and asks Qt. Size 98 t
Money, Reg. 1.59 BEST CENTER

Talents, Our Endeavor' Was limit,2 Please 0 N T R 0 L
539 East Call St. Jtarke

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:Volunteer Firemen Face Foul Weather an d Finding Worries to Battle Blazes \


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by Don Sapp
BCT Staff Writer''
:When It is 30 degrees outside and

your house Is starting to burn,. who I
comes to help put It out ,
:; The local volunteer fire department 'I'IJ
If you live in the county or one of the 'II
small towns outside Starke. .
How much do these men make.lor'' loop
coming! to help you out Exactly
nothing. '
Born approximately is years
agothe Bradford County VolunteerFire
Department is the oldest and the
largest organization with three stations .
located in Starke, Graham, and
New River.
BCVFD Chief Harry Green, owner
of. a local auto parts house, is the
father of the local volunteer fire _

department movement. Green says Brooker Volunteers Are Ready
+t .
about 45 people are really active in + h
the department at this time. Green In- c With Joe Tolleson, George Pierce Tony Stalnakcr and
dicated that when they get a man Jerome Kelley active In the Brooker Volunteer Fire
trained that he usually stays with Department the town Is well protected. In the
them for years. background Is the converted flretruck on loan from the
The county Is divided up Into areas ,., Division of Forestry.
of responsibility for each station with ,
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trucks from at least two stations rolling
on each call. Green says. Some of La wtey's Finest since 1968, but that the biggest problem keep and allow the trucks to run are in
,The outlying communities of la the equipment. Foster In- short supply. Dampier of Theressa
Theressa, Hampton Brooker, With their 1958 American LaFrance commercial David Scott.Joe Harley Spud Massey and Kenny Massey dicatedthat the trucks are old. slow, said that they had to park their se-
Lawtey. and Hellbron Springs have pumper Ralph Wise. Chief Bill Crouse. Lee Becker. line-op for the camera at the Lawtey Firehouse. and homemade., However, the Cap- cond truck because they did not have
their own independent volunteer the money to keep it operating.
departments which serve primarilythe long for the rescue unit based in When ,asked how to become'fireman a
community which supports them Starke to respond. The Starke stationis I IJ Foster said that there are
and the general vicinity within their not usually called because the three classes of fireman. The first
areas of responsibilty. All the departments -, rescue unit can beat them there, class is a Probationary Fireman,
have mutual support ,which Is not always true in the further which lasts for the first six months
agreements In which to reaches of the county.A during which the man is trained in the
assist anywhere they they number of firemen were asked basics of Href ighting. The next step is
Chief George O.Pierce of the why they belong to the volunteer Ore the Second Class Fireman which re-
Brooker Volunteer Fire Department, departments: quires more specialized training In
said that their department belongs to "It's a good thing to belong to. To firefighting and first aid. The First
the Santa Fe Mutual Aid Association shoulder responsibility and be a ser Class Fireman requires training in
vice to the community" Terry first aid and
as well.'' This association covers advanced firefighting, ,
Alachua County Union County and McCarthy of the Heilbron Springs CPR training.
Colulmbla Counties as well as the Volunteer Fire Department Board of i Foster states the department
communities of LaCrosse and Directors. McCarthy said that the. strives for professionalism matr;
Alachua which puts at the disposal of people felt that they needed a station ter if you are a volunteer or getting
the fire-fighters an extensive amountof close to home to respond to their paid for it."
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equipment In case of a major fire. needs which was the reason the McCarthy says the Heilbron Spr!(
':Along with their tasks of respondingto Hellbron Springs department. was ings Unit is in the process of training/( J;
fires the volunteers also roll when formed. men to be more effective. He said that.
the emergency rescue units are sent Chief Joey Dampier of the Theressa 1 a the basic firefighting course was ::
out. The outlyling stations are the Volunteer Fire Department said they 21 scheduled In the near future with the.
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ones called upon because it takes so are not in it for the glory or- the elements of the first aid course being.-
money since there not any of taught at the present. v; ,.
either. Dampier says his men belong Joey Dampier of the Theressa
because the community needs It and iwtrin w Department cited the example of the
that their goals are to fight fires' and Clay County Volunteers who have a
,save lives been recently getting some new
"You ask yourself why when its 30 The Name is on the Truck! equipment. He said that Clay Countywas
degrees and three in the The ThereiM Volunteer Fire Departine.r.wltb; their" Vice-President Dewitt Mersey, Elbert Mersey Chief Joey behind them and supported them.
want it's made say s them. Rohni'teet t converted military' track. (L to R),terry:. Crenshaw Dampier. Kneeling: John llersey and Secretary. The ability to respond quickly to a
to help." Captain Howard Grove, Doley Hersey,Percy SdlllVan,Jesse*Lee, Treasurer David Griffis. fire and to have the proper equipment
.4 Gf..t "JlWadfoltjtlCO .-- '-' -. + ,. --- on hand is the key to-.successfully .-
ft:\ 1.'Ibi">>i 1I ilt 1l8hIll'l .. ''l x"r v 251967, CMC 5,000 gallon tanker acefn In within rr a three mile t6P.A radius-1 of Heilbron i r twin said that they So a good job for _combatting Itor; not, ,'At ,.. *
r r: ;Chief George Pierce,of the B// idhe ""rraUredTrom the Surplus Property>'0P! 'SrmgsT'W'1' 1 <: l ""M"-' T what they are.- '* .'JT -" ". time thevolunteer fire departments { *...*
a.Volunteer Fire,Department sai 1 tee, to rebuilt Army trucks from the,. .,v: Green says his department can do Tight money has restricted the purchase are dispatched from the Bradford
used to live near a fire station when early 1950s. One of the newest depart- the job with/ what it has, but that it Is of many Items of equipment for County Jail by the jailer on duty over
he was a kid in Los Angeles and when ments, Heilbron Springs, has a 1952 not dependable. the volunteers. Items cited were the the same channel used by the zoning I.
: he first came to Brooker he saw a Seagrave ''Pumper. acquired from "You cannot depend upon lack -bunker pants, the heavy department and the county road
house burn to the ground because no Lake Asbury for $500. While Hellbrondoes something that Is 20-23 years old" the trousers worn over a fireman's pants department."The .
one knew how to stop It. Pierce In- not yet have a building to house chief states. that allow him to enter a burning county needs a full-time
dicated that he was Involved because it In, Terry McCarthy indicated that Robert Foster 11 year veteran and building without being Injured by the emergency dispatch center to handle
the community needs a fire department they were in business and feel that captain of the Starke station, said the heat; lengths of hose for the trucks the traffic because someday it will
to protect Itself. they can respond adequately to a fire department has come a long way which would allow them to rotate the catch-up with the county," said Chief
Since the volunteer I fire departments Pierce of Brooker.In .
are fundetrvylhacounty commission -* __--- ,_.....z- .... "M. .
various municipXHties, and the end, Bradford County has fire
thru donations modern equipment protection, but only by the efforts of a
.has been impossible for the depart very dedicated and community-
ments.to obtain. Citing costs of bet'Ween -' minded group of individuals who are
r "140.000 and $50,000 for a new willing to their time and risk
d iktl, ,class ,A pumper, the smallest one their lives for the common good.
rated by a national fire rating Budgeted last year for the various
tJ' association, Green indicates, departments was almost $32,000 by f.-
best way for Bradford CounJ the Bradford County Commission. !
grass would be to centralize th This money was broken down In the 1
modern equipment in St following manner: Bradford County J
local stations would rennim svifefV i j jS. ju Volunteer Fire Department-$12US5; -
yback-up coming ;[he ceMlWftuflw! $, r Lawtey VFD-14,500; Hampton
tion in Starke. Greet\Illild| "i'2 i : VFD-$2.000; Brooker VFD-S2.500
".,would be the cheapest way Theressa VFD-S2,000; and the City of.
atest Style 2T3 ,Disagreeing with the idea I"hr'' 1 Starke-$8.700.
training any modern equlpm' IIi
Breathing Gear the members of the outlying statlw y g
who cite excessive response tlnwUJ Paulk Honoredat
radford CoaYb:{ |smart Fire
e ef Harry tiVVM' JUtmonstrates Pierce related the possibility of buyIng ( I
w t Is required to ef0r a burning more modern but used equipmentIn Theressa Rally
the future If
more money wpeito sg
b ding and not be overcome by the '
I ke, The u W klfowi a man Mutes become available. A Sc : j
n. of brealfililgr U@tJUien Present equipment servioftg tnaub kU With 57 percent of the city'voters, :
'-Bradford County area ranges-ironngpqjj turning out, Milner an employee Inj
the Correctional Training Institute at

St Edwards Church Halt'' \... Union Correctional Institution at
I in the
Raiford, topped all vote getters
city with his 1.010 total,winning! haRgt!

BI In accepting the plaque Mrs. Paul*t
g Saturday 7.30 P. The Newest Volunteer Fire Department in the County said the Theressa community ''hni!
very Chairman of the Board of Directors Walter P, Luke with helped the commission work together*1 t
411 N Temple Ave Starke, a. Hellbron Spring Volunteers (L to R) Terry'l\IeCarthy. for a better government in Bradford I
Art Schuli. James H. McCarthy Chief Henry ;Thornton, their sa.Se.Grave. flrelruck. '
Kevin How,. Patrick BuchholU. Danny.Luke. a.dTHANK County. yit
wet pieces I off the trucks to allow's The retiring commissioner: pointmj;!
them to dry, and special foam used to out Bradford County still Isn't In debt{t ,
< fight certain hazardous chemical and "It was a pleasure to have served :
;. all / + u substance fires. for five years. I enjoyed every. minute: ):
YOU Even sparkplugs and gasoline to of It," Mrs. Paulk said. f-S, I
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Citizens Of h School Lunch Menus i I ; I
EMPIRE FOREST
; peanut butter' cookie cheese,; Southslde Starke Lawiejft!
Bradford County biscuit, and milk. Hampton. Brooker ElemeA*1
', pliO DUCTS. IBC Tuesday Sept. Hi Sausage stewed. tary and Bradford Middle I
; tomatoes bn rice, field pies, corn- Schools 1 ,

7 We Want TO Buy Your Pine :'I am"very"grateful for your overwhelming Wednesday bread. mixed Sept.fruit, 17 and Spaghetti milk. Monday : Sept. IS: Macaroni ?H)!. i

,, .. w/meat sauce cheese stix. Italian cheese spiced 'ham sandwich wii.,
; turkey sandwich, garden saladjj'
And Hardwood Pulpwood, saladFrench bread pear half
vote of confidence. Tuesday. and milk.TIIursday banana and milk. 551 1
:y: Sept. ,18:. Fried chicken, Tuesday.. Sept. IS:' Pizza Frenil8l'I I

Sawtirnber! Arid! J:Pine pote I consider it a great honor and privilege peas mashed hot potatoes buttered rolls gravy chocolate English fries milk. slaw, fruit topped' cake' ana S I ,i

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... ,1 Wednesday Sept. IT 'Hamburge t; r'
cake, and milk.
Call Us For A Good Price to for a second 'term"' Friday Sept. l': Tuna salad on' let steak, rice ft gravy green beanfo .
serve'you: tuce,. whole kernel corn, saltine grapefruit orange sections, ho* t !
And A Supervised Logging crackers peach half, butterscotch'' rolls and milk. f ,
I ''will continue to be:accessible' and squares, and milk.ALAtARTL. Thursday, Sept. is:' Weiner baked. '
Operation. beans cabbage slaw, 'fruit 'CU;
: ; Yl'i' biscuit and milk. 5;
". CALL OR WRITE: responsive to'you. *- > 'P -, ? Monday Sept. IS: Hamburgers,'plJta Friday,. 'Sept. ISM Except 'Lawte $ 'I",

I A', R'r-----' French fries milkshakes. Fried chicken, rice ft gravy, gr ," z
SteveCarter a ,My 6snipain, Peist,,. Will B. Removed:' {ii Tuesday Sept: Is: Cheeseburgers, pe.s-peara. hot rolls, and milk;S3LawteyFrldiiy. ;
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repeved from US-301 In Starke to Paulk unanimously
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Another try at passing a 1-cent allows counties to use the 5th and 6th Bad Traffic '
'county gas tax will be tried, Bradford cent gasoline for secondary road .' SR-100 Repaving Keystone Heights. the Denonn board.Is former member
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Situation CitedRev. and
commissioner: decided Monday, maintenance or road repaving. Such
Sept. 9, when they voted to place the state gas tax monies must go for new Roman Alvarez of the Pine Requested by Bd. Lawtey Area secretary of 'the served guidance clinic
board having as a board
measure on the Nov. 4 General Election construction of roads. Level Baptist Church on SR-100 four Repaying of SR-100 between Starke Has Bad Fire Record member from both Bradford and
ballot. In the same bill the legislature miles west of Starke asked the com- and Keystone Heights is on the state Union Counties
Voters turned down a county gas granted counties permission to levy a mission's support In correcting what Department of Transportation booksto District Forester A.G. McCullers
tax 1.792-1,183 last March when it was 1-cent: gas tax: for use exclusively on he called a dangerous traffic situationin be done during the 198041 fiscal told the board the Lawtey area has
placed on a presidential preference secondary roads for retopplng or front of the church operated school year Clerk Gib Brown Informed the the worst fire record In the district, Census Shows -
primary ballot. Commissioner feel maintenance. on SR-100. board In a letter from DOT and that Immediate steps are being' 19,146 In CountyThe
the public: Ia 1 not aware of the acute Except for US-301. SR-100, and The board had written DOT, requesting taken to correct It
need for secondary road funds and SR-230. all paved roads In the county The pastor reported many-- accidents that Starke-KH stretch! of county's population has In-
fact that most paved roads in the have been turned back to the countyto have taken place SR-100 be repaved. The road retains Denonn'AppolntedTo creased to 19,148 from 1970-80, the
county: have been given back to county ma ,taln. the church and the school. Revs water In deep ruts during a rain,making : Guidance Clinic Bd.Teegrops board learned In a letter from the US
by the state for maintenance withno Board chairman Dave Shuford Alvarez requested that a caution light driving hazardous. Census Bureau which was read by
additional state funds. pointed out Monday that the coat of be installed and that the school zone The letter from DOT District # reporter Andy Denonn clerk Brown. -
road repairs has gone up In the past 10 be extended, and that a nopassingzone Engineer Walt Skinner informed the has been appointed to the board of Attorney Dudley Hardy pointed1 out
Commissioners think a 1-cent gas years, while the number of gallons of be set up. board the Job will be let In June 1981 directors of the Bradford-Union one effect will be two additional liquor
tax on gasoline sold In the county gas sold has gone down. Shuford SR 100 Is still maintained by the after right-of-ways have been obtained Guidance Clinic as a successor to the licenses for the county.
would raise that amount per year, estimated It costs more than $30,000 state Department of Transportation, from Seaboard Coast Line Rev. George L. Harper, who recently Indications, are the figure mar.be
and that half of would be per mile to resurface or retop secondary and that agency Is responsible for set Railroad Southern and retired and moved to Gainesville. The higher, closer to 21,000 .
paid by tourists. A Kent gas tax roads. ting up any safety precautions, commissioners Florida Railroads slated to be nomination of Commissioner Hazel tor L.M. Gaines said.I .
would have raised $148,000 in 1979 Shuford feels, and other commissioners told Rev. Alvarez. n_ __
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines told the concur, that more than half Sheriff Dolph Reddish agreed
county commission at Monday's the gas tax collected here would be something should be done and In- i iI
meeting paid by persons traveling through the dicated he would do anything possible I WANT TO THANK EACH AND 'EVERYONE, THAT''
The 1979 Legislature no longer area. to he p.I "
SUPPORTED AND 'VOTED FOR ME!; AND THOSE THAT

WORKED FOR ME DURING. MY ,CAMPAIGN FOR.
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Voters Oust............................................................:............. TAX COLLECTOR. 'OF BRADFORD: COUNTY. I AM VERY

(From Page IA) 1*sli children In the school system and In a GRATEFUL FOR THE VOTE THAT I RECEIVED.
few years a third one would be in the
of county roads was only the first step system. I AM VERY HUMBLE AND WISH TO THANK EACH

toward Improving them. He stated he consistently voted to w
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He stated the Volunteer Fire keep the mlllage down and he cited "' AND EVERYONE FOR THE TRUST AND CONFIDENCE
Departments around the county were the fact the millage dropped from 8,4
just as important as present commissioners to the current ..8 during the four k THAT THEY PLACED IN ME. I PROMISE ''TO GIVE.
accomplishments. years he had been on the board. "
"The volunteer fire department is
COURTEOUS. EFFICIENT AND FRIENDLY
not receiving the backing they need," State Senate I

Griffis says.Celunty District 5 SERVICE TO. EACH AND EVERYONE.
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CommissionerDistrict State Senator Sherill "Pete" Skin
ner overwhelmlingly carried the
two other challengers I
county over
Wilbur Waters a current Starke Ci- and got a second four-year term. "'l aU.1hoO" .
ty Commissioner and Feed Store 1 Ji
Unofficial returns minus the .
operator Homer F. Hart, have absentee ballots In Bradford County,
qualified for the runoff in the Oct. 7
include:
primary) to see who will succeed Commissioner -
Hazel Paulk, who did not SKINNER..3,974O.A.. WINBURN. Jr..1zt t..jjf t. >..cJAt.

. seek a new term. Three candidateswere MICHAEL GEISON. .......442
eliminated in the race. ..' Unofficial returns from 14 out of 16
Official totals that include absentee counties minus the absentee ballots
ballots are: include: : s t

Wilbur Waters..1,6 SKINNER.... _........54.4M
I .Homer F. Hart .. ._. Ml
Homer Hart WINBURN .. .. ... ....1.711
i Richard Roberts..545 Edges Into Run-Off GEISON _' ... .... .. ..... 7,727
I Joseph Jennings N.W.Warren..587 Starling .. .7SS For Gp.5 Commission Seat State Senate SAWYER (GAS It APPLIANCESb

Waters stated he was experienced
in the handling of drainage and dirt his,..,,.. District: 0 t
I It as the Telegraph went to
roads around the county. He has served appears
I .q that McGriff, Jr., and you I
I the past four years as a Starke City press Perry
Commissioner. George Kirkpatrick have qualified for

He pledged to try to update the the October 7. runoff for the -
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volunteer fire department. Waters Democratic Nomination for the \ i SOLID SAVINGS
also stated that he would like more balance of Buddy Mackay's'term In
I recreational facilities around the the legislature. .. ,I ..
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county for young and old. Unofficial Bradford County returns + ON THELaundry f
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minus the absentee ballots I Includes.
Waters stated he would like to see ..
the county commission meetings MCGRIFF. ... . 1,333 '
moved from day to night to allow KIRKPATRICK. .r,. .2,361
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more people to attend them. REV. GENE KEITH. 1,508 Luxury} -,
"A vote for Waters can make a dif- Unofficial returns from 14 out of,18 Whirlpool :
ference," Waters says. '7za4 counties show the following totals.
Hart used the same speech he usedat minus the absentee ballots:
the at the Bradford High MCGRIFF ... ... . .30..81
School Stadium rally Aug. 30. ,.. KIRKPATRICK. . . 25,063KEITH..19.209 Pair .

He pointed out at both rallies that I .. ,
have owned and operated heavy ',.
equipment and have the knowledge to U.S. Senate *
help the county with its needs. / DemocratIt c;ocd, b '_-. -Q & 1 ,

"1 will have an open ear for the taxpayers :- I, .!I appears as the Telegraph went to. y AUTOMATIC' ., 'x DRYING ; 'c I Ir i4x
and roads of the county," Hart 1 .to ....,;.. press that Incumbent Richard (Dick) CYCLE ', !
says. Stone and Florida Insurance Commissioner : ,CYCLES
Roberts stated he would not make Wilbur Waters Bill Gunter have qualified for
promises and would take each problem the Oct. 7 runoff election.
Group I Leader
and consider it in an Impartial For Commission Seat Unofficial Bradford County returns.
manner. He stated he would then minus absentee ballots Include:
make the best decision-regardless of BUDDY MACKAY... .4,1,737 Yr
political consequences.Starling Doc) Holiday who resigned due to lines BILL GUNTER... .. ..,J V.1,87 HEAVY DUTY ?{ ; 7
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stated he was a country in 1978 and Lawson defeatedarea DICK STONE..IIOI /ft HP MOTOR DRY/Nd ,
boy and would use the tax dollars to Dentist Dr. Richard Odom for DICK PETTIGREW. .......180 T f=MPS r i r ; y
benefit each and everyone. He stated the new term.Unofficial JIM MILLIR..t!:

be would serve on the board In an impartial returns without absentee JOHN COFFEY.... _.......11 ,
way.Warren ballots include: Returns from 3,183 of Florida's
a former mayor of Starke LAW SON. .. . . . 2,9M 3,597 precincts include the following
and a teacher in the local school ODOM . . .. .. .. .1,601 statewide totals as the Telegraphwent
system stated that he would considerthe Lawson stated he loves the county to preaa.GUNTER .
merits of each issue and not seek and that he had never found out why .... .... ,.. ,. 25,595 SPEED
re-election. Dr. Odom was really running for of- STONE. ... .... ... .....2W. 72
fice. He stated he favored personaland MACKAY.. ....,... ...233.1(3 sETrrNG ; ;s ,
Superintendent of Schools silent prayers returning to the PETTIGREW...... .<..81.063
Veteran Superintendent of Schools, classroom.He MILLER ...... ... ... ,,'. 14m
Tom Casey was re-elected to a fourth pointed out the Bradford Educa- COFFEY.. ... ...... ...14.193
four year term by defeating Baker tion Association endorsed his can- The only race Republican voters C.HA5600 LHE5700
County school teacher Jerry P. didacy. "There are teachers who were involved In Bradford Countywas Washer !Dryer
Lawson who lives in Bradford Coun-- know what's going on," Lawson says. for the Republican nominationfor 339" 29908
Odom charged throughout the cam- U.S. Senator. Former Public Service "
ty.Unofficial totals minus the absentee paign that Lawson had never set foot Commissioner Paula Hawkins
ballots include: In some of the schools in the county.He appears to have an Insurmountablelead NOW Energy Saving Gas Dryer

Casey. .. .. .. . 2.91S stated he was a Bradford County over five male opponents> to
Lawson . . . ... 1,744 resident and a concerned parent. avoid a runoff. $54888 Only *50 Extra
Casey stated at the rally that it Odom pointed out that a school Bradford County vote totals include ONLY
takes a lot of working together to board member who deals with a near- : .
make a good school system. He added ly 8-million dollar budget needs to be PAULA HAWKINS.. .. ... ,
the most important factor In the a good businessman. LOU FREY.. ... ... . ,.30
school system is the children. ANDY CRENSHAW. . ..20 .' Whirlpool.
Lawson stated he may have stepped School Board LEWIS DINKINS..10 I -r ; 17.2 Cu. Ft.'I' .
on) some toes at the previous rally. He District 4Former ELLIS RUBIN..4; = f
added that he had been planning to 16-year school board SEN. JOHN WARE....... ...3 '' I
run for the job for the past three member Rodney P. Hall reclaimedhis Unofficial statewide totals with' 'I' R..1F14Refrfggearats
years seat from incumbent Vernon 3,183 out of 3,597 precincts reporting
"I believe in education and that Parmenter who was seeking second as The Telegraph went to press In- !
Bradford County needs a change In term. clude: ,
the superintendent's job," Lawson Unofficial totals) without absentee) HAWKINS....,.. ... 173,352F
says. ballots Include: .... ..:.... ... 92.Z82 It
HALL.... .. ... .. .r. .2,1'0' CRENSHAW ".'..... ..*....3
Supervisor of Elections PARMENTER .. .. .I.U3 DINKINS. .. . . 12.677 r I
Incumbent Neva Flynn Hall stated that he didn't seek RUBIN....... . 14,716 II PROVISION
polled more
WARE.,..... ..... .. . "
votes than any other candidate, in be- another term in 1978 and would bringa 11.574 I { FOR OPTIONAL
fresh outlook to the school board.
ing re-elected to a new term, over ICEMAQic*
Sandra S. Norman. Parmenter pointed out he had two i .- :AUTOMATIC
Unofficial returns minus the ICE
absentee ballots include: MAKER't'

FLYNN .. ..... '". ... ... 3.214 ADO now '
J NORMAN..... .... .1.511II Single-Again Club "Few are those who err on y Mod" EET p'2 PK ,. OR LATER
Flynn repeated much of the same the side of self,restraint."
J speech at the previous rally stating To Be Formed HereA Confucius! WITH THESE FINE FEATURES:
;i the'office has many duties and the
responsibility Is an important one, including Single-Again Fellowship Group e Twin slide-out crlspers
preparing and supervising all will begin in Bradford County next J Three adjustable zinc-plated shelves J US t Say
elections in the county. Thursday, Sept. 18. C Power-Saving Heater Control Switch

Norman stated that the lob experience The formation meeting will be heldat Baying j '" ., Big 4 rs cu ft, Pr..... C HIRGE IT "
may be acquired while the Starke Golf and Country Club e Durable porcalaun-.namsl on steel (Irish .
working She outlined that the observed with a covered dish supper at S p.m: Separate' temperature controls '
another county's supervisor of Thursday, Sept. 18. Gold & Si W ;; : .e Super Storage Doors and much more Sale I Ends Saturday
electrons office. Any single-again adult that is In-
"1 have never met a challenge that terested in supportive community Highest Prices
I couldn't: meet" Norman says. sharing growth, friendship and fun .M PAID -- Stare) 964-7701

School welcome to attend. Bring yourselfand Class Rings Etc.Uol4Co. 7102 Phillips Hwy 1 Block S. 'ol Turner Butler Blvd.
Board dish the
a or a donation to cover
Districts cost of tea or coffee which will be sup unN : Also Available At: Jax. Beach: 240-0471

J. Jim) Lawson was re-elected plied.For. N. Lawt.y Green Cove Springs 200-2118
to a full four-year term. He had serv additional Information. phone, 7ez-alez
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8 Fall Festival of the Performing Arts ,a.modern company, established in Lee Joiner with a masters in music ;, :
5 in Starke will put emphasis on the art 1969 as an alternative to classical from JulUiard, won the Denver Syml'
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.[of dancing starting with the famous ballet. phony Young Artist competition and: {.
'Carl Ratcliff Dance 'Theatre on Carl Ratcliff the founder and In 197S was a- prize winner at the .; w NpNt
{Thursday evening,Sept: 18,at 8 p.m. choreographer of the company is Wlenrawsky Violin competition In
,B This year's performances, all currently head of the Modern Dance New York. :
scheduled for Thursdays at the Starke Department of the Atlanta School of Kathryn Plummer Violist a t
Women's Club will also have an In- Ballet. The company Includes five graduate of JulUiard,has also studied ? v r,, : 1
'Jternatlonal flavor with a dance and professional dancers,each a soloist In bi Italy and has appeared as soloist in'
i,musical group from Africa,. The his own right, with a wide variety of many cities as well as performingwith
Istvangl Dancers,on Oct.30. backgrounds and experience.The the Cincinnati Symphony.
The Bradford County portion of the2Fall Ishangl Dancers are a family David Vanderkooi,Cellist has beena ii iiIshangi
Festival will conclude with a performance music ensemble which can play 15 member of the Blair Quartet since
f of the accomplished Blair musical Instruments performing its Inception. A graduate of the
if:String Quartet on Nov. 13. authentic African dances and songs. Eastman School of Music,he has been it ;
By The Performing Arts Festival has Since their first appearance at the the principal cellist of the Oklahoma
Splayed to an appreciative and ever New York World's Fair where they City Symphony and is currently on
growing audience each season. A were featured at the African Village the faculty at the Cincinnati Conser- .,
J popular addition to the free programs they have toured extensively throughthe vatory.
it last year was the "meet the per- U.S., Africa and Europe. The in- All performances of the Fall .
J formers"reception after each performance troductions to the songs and dances Festival are free and open to the
sponsored by the Starke teach much of the history and culture public. 14
;omen's Club. of Africa.
aS. The Carl Ratcliff' Dance Theatre The Blair String Quarter Is a unique African Dancers'iiffIfTh'IWNi9
(Jives up to its name by presenting combination of talent imaginationand
much more than traditional dance expertise. Each member is a
placing emphasis the theatricaland superb instrumentalist.
dramatic. The company prides Christian Teal Is .well known as
itself on its ability to communicate First Violinist of the Blair Quartet.As
humor joy and sorrow to the audience soloist with several symphonies he
.so that the dance is has appeared In recitals throughoutthe '
understooId even by those who may country including a performanceat
know little about classical dance.The the White House.Since 1972 he has
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Five recommendations. have been this pay' for population.The earlier this year with the terms of the safe secure prisons requesting parity tinned discussion on other matters on
made to Gov. Bob Graham as the tional offp I era and closing of three fifth and final recommendationdealt settlement the closing of some partsof in salary levels increase personnel, the agenda. "7
result oIa two day panel study Sept.3 portions of the overcrowded prisons with Secretary Louie L. Wainwright prisons around the state, Including and build four more adequate prisons The meeting was slated to be the
and 4 at Florida State Prison and In including "The Rock" and "Flattop"at of the DOC to write a letter to 'the Rock" at UCI, stated that the around the state to handle the Increased last, but the panel decided to hold HI
the afternoon of Sept. 4 at Union Cor- UCI. the president of the Florida Bar concerns of the people of Florida is Inmate population. The motion another meeting next month at a site .rs
rectional Institution near Ralford. as The third recommendation dealt Association requesting that official the lack of concern by the administration passed by unanimous vote of the and date to be selected, B4VIK
the 15-member panel studied the with the issue of paying inmates to appoint a committee to study man of prisons regarding assaults on panel. ).':
Department of Corrections.The work. That study will be left to a per- datory sentencing and provide areport. other Inmates and correctional of A discussion of the preliminary J<:y=?
panel was appointed several manent committee that the panel Is ficers. budget request for the DOC for the Baker County t'R
months ago to recommend to the recommending be appointed to continue State Rep Frank Williams,. Simon pointed out that in some 1981-83 fiscal years was held during vets
governor steps to be taken In the DOC to work on DOC problem areas. D-Cryslal a prior cases the ratio of Inmates to officerswas the afternoon session at UCI. To Hold First '
and for budget recommendations for'' The fourth proposal deals with the to the ord'Coountpolical rally 100 to 1 and In some cases 1,000 to The budget shows a proposed Increase 11i
the 1981-83 fiscal year budgets the DOC and a subcommittee preparing a at pay 1 and that the DOC is not dealing with of personnel from the current
governor's staff Is now working on for single bill for safe,secure prisons and for DOC employees has a good chanceof reality in solving the problem. figure of 9.048 to 11,055. This includesan Fair Oct. 21-25 ; ;
presentation to the Legislature when requesting parity in salary levels, In- passing the legislature at Its next "What is an assault?" Chief Judge Increase of 1,067 positions at major INw
It convenes next April. crease personnel and build four more session in the spring. Everett Richardson of the Fourth institutions around the state. Livestock entry deadline for the 1M;)
The first two recommendationswere adequate prisons around the state to A report was given the governor's Judicial Circuit which encompasses The figures Include 61 new positionsat first Baker County Fair to be held October II..H;
reported on in the Sept.issue of handle the dally increase of inmate panel that there were 96 inmate Clay, Duval and Nassau Counties, FSP to try to beef up the staff at the 21-25 will be Saturday, Sept. 20. '0:1'::

--. ,..-.. ..... .. --.----. _. --. --- assaults on correctional officers in asked the panel.Secretary prison.Pam. Entries are being taken from ......n
- 1970, with a population of 9,000-in- Wainwright replied that Davis, Assistant Secretary of Baker. Union and Bradford counties %ts is
Obituaries mates. an assault Is any time force is used Finance for DOC pointed out that the for livestock, swine poultry and rab- 1IIf, :
I Figures from over a 10 year period between two persons. budget will amount to about $240 to bits. last
were presented to the panel to show Assistant DOC Secretary for Operations $250 million dollars, an Increase from The Fair will be held at the Baker u..;,.
that in 1970 attacks on other Inmates Paul Skelton stated that the first the 198041 estimated expenditure of County Agricultural Center Hwy 90, ,:Iitl
Mrs. Ida Mae Blckel Mrs. Lottie L. ParkerMrs. system wide were 719 increased to a objective was to raise correctional officer $188,911,312. west of Macclenny. Entry forms for .,;ant
Mrs. Ida Mae Blcke), age 92, who Lottie L. Parker 85, died in high of 948 In 1978 and in 1979 the total salaries, as there has been a 98 Davis stated she and her staff were each division may be picked up at the ::::I:1t;
Uved In Keystone Heights at the Parkof the Alachua General Hospital Saturday was 847. percent turnover at FSP this year and now working on the food service local county agents office and returned -
the Palms, died In the Alachua night following a long illness. Attorney General Jim Smith a systemwide a 51 percent turnover budget and also a capital outlay to the Baker County Agent by Sept.
General Hospital Friday evening Born in Brighton England. Nov. 11, member of the panel, stated the because of low salaries. budget for the department.The 20. I.IjT
following a brief illness. Born in the 1894, she came to the U.S. in 1912, and assault problem was the biggest at Skelton pointed out that it Is the panel toured Florida State The Baker County Fair Association
Kansas Territory August 24, 1888, had lived In Melrose for several UCI in the system. hope of the DOC to raise the starting Prison Wednesday Sept. 3. prior to also announced In addition to
Mrs. Bickel moved to Keystone years. Mrs. Parker was a former Smith added that trained correc- salary of correctional officers from sitting down for a two hour discussion livestock community exhibits and -W
Heights In 1968 from York, Penn. She practical: nurse and a member of the tional officers were better at some Institutions $9,667 a year to be on a par with the of DOC matters. booths the midway will be supplied by .';::.111;
was a member of the Park of the Melrose United Methodist Church. and at others were a very Marine Patrol, Florida Highway That night staffs at UCI and FSP Britton Amusement Corp. .?.**.
Palms Church and of the American Mrs. Parker is survived by 3 major problem. Patrol Wildlife Officers, and Univer- held a cookout for the panel. ":' :.1 I
Association of Retired Persons daughters, Mrs Mildred L. Wilson of Smith added that the Inmates have sity Police officers whose salaries all members ,;
Survivors Include 2 daughters Mrs. Melrose, and Mrs Dorothy G. Keene a right to be spared from assaults and start at $12 700 a yera. After the Thursday Sept. 4, morn It'itip{
Marjorie Gilbert of MID Valley, Calif. and Mrs. Peg M. Logan, both of homosexual attacks and "we need to "We need;; to make the training programs ing session at FSP the panel had "....!!.
and Mrs. Ruth Hartdown of Mission Maiden Mass.; 1 son, Alfred W. Harris avoid having some federal judge so that they will help make the lunch at UCI. They then had one on M oi' ;)
Viego, Calif.; 4 sons, John Bickel of of Wakefield, Mass.; 1 brother, ordering 500 national guard troops to prisons a better place to work and to one meetings with randomly selected 10U1taj
Audubon, N.J. Robert Bickel of Donald L. Allfrey of Williston, 1 handle the situation." be housed," Skelton says. UCI Inmates. "
Southlngton Conn., Samuel Bickel of sister, Mrs. Emily M. Eldridge of Miami Attorney Tobias Simon a After this long discussion Simon The panel was then taken on a tout t'J :8H(
York-New Salem, Penn., and George Farmington. N.H.j; 18 children member of the panel and coattorneyIn made the motion to recommend that a of UCI in which they visited "tht Cauliflower and broccoli are man
Bickel of Irving Texas; and several and 15 great grandchildren.Memorial a federal law suit which was settled single legislative bill be prepared for Rock" and "Flattop" and then con the flowers of plinti. KIBit
grandchildren and great grand. funeral services were .: noilSfi
children. held at 2 p.m. Wednesday Sept. 10, in 9'lIirAl
Funeral services were held at 3 the Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones a otrutn'l

p.m. Sunday Sept. 7, in the Park of Funeral Home Keystone Heights, I On sale *
the Palms Chapel with Mr. Ernest with Rev. Dennis White officiating. Thursday, 'Friday" (it III';':'
Woodhouse officiating. Interment Burial will be at a later date in the ? E AGL I.! A ) ri'to
was in the Mt. Rose Cemetery In Eliam Cemetery at Melrose. In lieu of SPtoc* Saturday .
York, Pann. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral flowers family requests that donations GLASSWARE SET |' 1/11lhl
Home was in charge of the local ar be made to the Lottie Parker wttiiany$20ormoraktyiNMyl
rangements.W. Memorial Fund of Melrose United _
Methodist Church.

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following a sudden attack. BornIn ton Lake in 1958 from Waycross, Ga.

the Belmore section of Clay County He was a retired pump mechanic with Cartons- King A 100's 5" I save t '!d"m.a
Mar. If, 1922, and having lived In the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad, a Fig ..
area all of his life. Mr. Thomas was retired machinist with Hercules, Inc. Packs .63* E up 450'0 't.tsT i
an Air Force veteran of WW 2, a and a former fruit stand operator in IWA11111111F.. Ia "IJN1)11111
member of Gadara Baptist Church, Starke. He was a member of. the to :\ )
and had retired from Clay Electric Hampton Baptist Church, had helped -. "I'IIOJIRqCUIII.VM
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Survivors include Ill, Martha Lodge'33/4v.c1 t + .. 4,.94 3:117 aff .;.OJ'
Glisson Thomas; 1 soflWm; Rowan Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Concentrated: kill t> rpm WA8..- a .... Iol'
Thomas Jr. of Keystone; 2 Willie Mae Sikes Clark; 3 sons. Tom- .''g.. and prevents iC Metal' Can holds two g..- B' 00'11
daughters, Mrs. Diane Nettles of my Clark of Hampton, Frank Clark of elgio' growth One Ions oae etc With handle AR 4,01: :
Lake Geneva and Mrs. JoAnn Briggle Covington,Ga., and Julian K. Clark of goIlorf. end pour spout 'f.'J 1'
of Keystone Heights; his ste -mother, Newborn, Ga.: a brother William H. \
Mrs Eunice Thomas of Jacksonville; Clark of Lakeland; two sisters. Mrs.
1 brother J B. Thomas of Green Cove Lois Hull of Pahokee and Mrs. Joyce 1 t
Springs; 2 sisters, Mrs Doris Moodyof McDonald of Lakeland, and 7 grand- tlrAr7 ;110u
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grandchildren.Graveside p.m. Monday. Sept.in DeWitt C. ;g0

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held at 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8, in the Clements, pastor of Waldo :1 r r, li'of olntII
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Gadara Cemetery with Rev. Leamon Church, officiating Interment.1.1:1 i I; ..:..I1't)13U'
Ward pastor of Gadara Baptist Santa Fe Cemetery near !I ,tb
Church officiating. DeWitt C. Jones with Masonic rites at the grave. II l t lij 1.1?
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I Panel Cites Near Catastrophic Con ditions'atFSP, ; Puck Stamp Contest '
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4 i Four members of the court appointed "We must agree with the court that ,them in its final report to tile court. IS-member panel; .or'' QoV;'' 'Bob He pointed out that one oj f .the Commission form are has now announced available application for the-

:r panel listed conditions at Florida conditions at Florida State Prison require Thorn problems areas Include: Graham's Executive..lUview Com reasons attacks have decreased<< is the 1981-82 Florida Waterfowl Stamp
State Prison at near catastrophic proportions immediate and long term The inmate population of 1,1331s too mittee's Study on Corrections, which employment at FSP of 11 correctional the 'design contest.

In a preliminary oral report changes," Swanson says. large to manage and too close to the was meet at FSP. Wainwright officer counselors: who work with The contest la open to all artists. No
IoCircuitCourtJudgeR.A.GreenJr.Wednesday Swanson reported that more inmates design/ capacity of 1,184 Inmates to t it was difficult to respond inmates. his more than two entries per artist will
night, Sept. 3. 611, are locked up In special allow flexibility.The to the court appointed panel'sbrief Wainwright, In concluding be accepted. Entries will be accepted
The panel U slated to present a confinement than the 511 in general staff is too small to properly study. remarks, took a slap at the court"in four ape| beginning Nov. 3 and continue until B
'Written report to the court Monday. population. Swanson pointed out the control the Inmates. Recruitment to "We can't wave a wand and come Says you'can't by saying that at p.m. Dec. 8. Selection of the winning
:Sept. 15.LouIe. population is much too large to be difficult and the turnover rate this up with a solution," tell all the problems entry will be made at the Commission
Lee Wainwright head of the handled with an even modicum of success year. previously report has almost His comments WSId. FSP'r and more time needs at, FSP.to be meeting following the Dec. 8 deadline.

.Department of Corrections: was at and added maximum security reached 100 percent. discussion by the, pent studying the problems and the winner will be announced at.
FSP last Wednesday night and prisons around the United States and Job satisfaction Is low. Administrators assaults and homosexuality in the Shon Saxon,former assistant public that meeting.The

agreed with the panel on many of the in Sweden and Japan have populations are desperate Just to geta prison system.Wainwright. defender who brought the original of Florida Waterfowl Advisory
problems. Wainwright said DOC Is no greater than 300. warm body in the post according to stated assaults have lawsuit that led to the appointment Committee will review all art work
ware of the problems and is trying to Swanson told the court the com one panel member. not increased: at FSP but decreased: the panel, was pleased with the and select no teas than three entries
do about them. He said munication between corrections: staff Majority of the FSP staff U Inexperienced since a change of administration in Le the for consideration by the Judging
Judge something Green s panel couldn't do an and professionals at the prison Is : untrained and underpaid. 1978. report has borne out all panel. The Judging panel will consistof
minimal. L5 an absolute guarantee of "We have been concerned aboutIt things we have maintained for many
adequate Job with Just four days' the Commissioners, the Executive
study. Alexander told the court of the en- continued high turnover panel ." Wainwright said to be the truth and.it would be Director and the Waterfowl Advisory
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tragic
"We can't wave a wand and come vironment at FSP. where idleness members said. Many new recruitsare "We are doing a reasonable Job but for the State If Wainwright Committee.The .

up with a solution," the DOC director: and inactivity virtually permeate the still teenagers with emotional the employees because of the turnover '- does not take positive" action to design must be multi-colored: In
said. prison with the sounds of Jailhouse problems of their own which puts Intense have had additional tasks add remedy the situation SaxCJII.tatecL a medium of the artist's choice and be
chatter and radios for those who can older experienced ed onto them," Wainwright .
The panel was appointed by the pressure on says.Don't originated by the artist not copied or
court last month to provide the court buy or steal them. officers who are very dedicated. duplicated from previously publishedart
with background on prison conditions Wise reported to the court that Lack of communication betweenthe Hurricane Insurance Advice Given of The design must
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in three suits filed by eight inmates through Aug. 28 of this year there administration treatment and wait until a hurricane strikes with you," Gunter said. also 7' X10' horizontal and
against Department of Corrections were over 200 new employees hired to security personnel was pointed out. Florida to find out whether your insurance 'The hectic: aftermath of a.hurricane mounted with an 11"XM" mat.
Secretary Louie L. Wainwright and replace those who resigned or were The inmates do not have enough ac will pay for storm damage to is not the time to review your There is no direct compensation
Gov. Bob Graham, who seek relief terminated.He tivities. More than half the prison property Insurance coverage. If you're prepared well in given the artist creating the design
from conditions at the prison to Insure stated a corrections employeedoesn't population is In administrative Commissioner Bill Gunter has advis- advance it will make the recovery but it has been the experience of winners
their safety from attacKS by other in enjoy a great deal of status or confinement-sitting In their cells 24 much less painful and confusing of similar contests to realize
job satisfaction. Wise added about 45 hours a day with nothing to do but ed."It .
mates. makes good sense, especially in ," he said. substantial returns from sales of
transferred other Institutions
Four of the committee members employees to plan disruptive activities. vulnerable to hurricanes prints of the winning art.
an area as
different of the during the past year. He The lack of a system of rewards for know
presented portions as Florida to be sure you have ade- "Most importantly, your Complete information and required
report. Members include Dr. Richard stated attacks on inmates and staff go good behavior leaves inmates with Insurance coverage against policy." Gunter said. "In a time of entry forms can be obtained by

Swanson, former chairman of the largely unreported. the attitude that they have nothing to rte from these devastating emergency, you will be better writing: Waterfowl Stamp Contest
Criminal Justice Department at the "They take an enormous amount of lose for disruptive behavior. storms Gunter said. prepared If you are aware of yourpolicy's Coordinator Game and Fresh Water
University of Florida In Gainesville, sick leave and unauthorized leave The prospect of transfer from FSPIs Hurricane season officially began know how to go Fish Commission, 620 South MeridianStreet.
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chairman; Dr. Myrl Alexander, I'm told Wise says. so slight as to leave both Inmates June 1 and will end Nov. SO. about fili limitsd." Tallahassee Fla. 32301. r
former director of the Federal Wise pointed out the administrationis and staff with the attitude that the
weather an
Bureau of Prisons and now a visiting desperate to get just a warm bodyin prison is a dead end. There Is a pel'vasive active With 1960 experts Gunter predicting advised The Department's Pensacola service -'

professor in the Criminal Justice the post. "This Includes young and attitude of hopelessness and to season consult, with their insurance office received about 700 calls
Department at the UF co-chairman; immature officers in their teens and morale is extremely low. An consumers to from consumers following Hurricane B-U Realtors BoardTo
agent as soon as possible
Jack Wise, former assistant directorof people with emotional disturbances of estimated one third of all Inmates at Frederic last year. Most were from
federal prisons and Jack Sand- their own," Wise says. FSP need not be there and could be make sure their them existing coveragewill financialloss policyholders with overlapping Meet Sept. 16

Strom, former director of Dade Coun- Wise stated recruiting and higher transferred to other prisons the panel I should protect a storm against strike coverages who wanted to know which The Bradford-Union County Board

ty prisons.Another. salaries was not necessarily a claims. In addition the Insurance Depart- of their policies would pay for of Realtors will meet Tuesday, Sept.
member of the court- guarantee of higher quality, but he Mentally 111 Inmates receive no. ment's 21 service offices located damages. 16 at 7:30 P.M. at Lyman Green's

appointed panel, S.R.Johns, a retired added lower pay was an absolute treatment other than Isolation and. throughout the state are staffed with Restaurant in Lake Butler Cecelia

17-year; prison employee, did not par- guarantee of even lower quality. routine medication. personnel who also can advise con Questions also arose concerning the Terwiltegar, Pres. announced today.
ticipate in the study due to a heart attack Wise pointed out encouraging The security equipment at FSP Is sumers. The offices are listed in the National Flood Insurance Program. All Realtors and Associates are
he suffered Aug. 29. the first day seniority would take more than inadequate and places staff in telephone directory within the Gunter reminded that there is a five- urged to attend and call Lillian Pear-
Is home and he suggested various fringe There is alarm system and
Johns money no
of the panel's work. danger.
"Florida, State of" section under day waiting period before most new son 964-8788 for reservations. Jane
for staff.
from the hospital and is recuperating benefits prison phones are Inadequate. Usher is In charge of the
I "Insurance Department of". flood insurance policies take effect program.
Swanson identified nine
.. nicely according to a statement problemareas DOC Secretary Louie L. Wain-
"Whether consult with your and advised consumers not to wait until -
made by Judge.Green at the court and the panel promised to make wright made a statement Thursday you
session. recommendations for improving Sept. 4. during a session of the agent or with our service office experts the last minute to obtain this
be sure to bring your policies coveralle.

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:I Union Ads NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES SINOM Union, County AdsFOR
County : Mountain cabin OlFTStSoa Union Futuro repossessed one ol
with flraplaca. Dandy County Times open Monday Singers top modols. DoesIt
I garden spat. This I. a handy and Tuesday 0 30 a.m. all without attachment

man special, because It to S p.m., Wednesdayclosed Blind hems, buttonholes,
I Is not finished Inside, Thursday and Fri. overcast, stretch stitches. ,
roughed wire and plumbIng day R:30 a.m. till noon. fancy deelgn ate.
I completed. Watar and GARDEN TRACTOR DavidBradley. Originally said for $529. SALE LOST AND PERSONAL.epon.iul

i HELP HELP HELP the outside Is compl.,.... 10 horsepower. ,pay oH balance du..ot .: .' FO SERVICES
1 Largo 'dock'"'overlooking rote fltleV,1"iend ," / steel, clear- j
WANTED WANTED WANTEDWORK disc, turnplow 147.30 cash or payment.ol .
R 1\\ w ''' i mtns. You-.cqn JJva .In. V.,.. cuttt.afor' attachments. 13.60 par month.Older ., lng.. Examples REWAROl loot" .*..brCCTSmdwhite 'BXJSTOM I, MA is
while you finish It up. Just Old. but runs machine) accepted a* part I 30'x48'xy tot small malt dog.'ColR ApiRIESlFre'estimates.

IN MEDICAL INVIKOMfNTiNo SltO PER WEEK PART-TIMfl MEDICAL POSITIONS, In S miles from Murphy. good $350.;431-1114 after pay.... ... WhIte Sewing $3.992 e .4OIx77xl4' for /lie) ty,.. Answer to local
5 experience at ham. Webster Starke area blaodbank. $24,300.00. $5,000.00 6 p.m. TFN 8/38. Center? 3537 S.W. Archer. 072 00 48'x77x14' for Shelby" vicinity of War- distributors for completely
:904
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necessary. Starke or.... Americas foremost dictionary LPN'.. IIN'.. certified Mod- down assume loan. 1979 MUSTANG TURBO 4 Road. Archer Square e 60'.125'.16' for thlngton Springs. Phone washable nationally
Reply In writing with thr. company naads tech's. Full or part-tim. 3.16 acres located on CVli sunroof. AM-FM 8 Plano phone 376.4466.tfnchg $16,057. Call toll free today 496-3352. Itcha 9/11. advertised Gardsette
references: Southern homo workers to updata with supervisor respon large mountain trout track Phone' 4963907. 9/11 far price guarantees. Draperies. saw Enterprises
Medical P.O. Box 1100. local mailing lists. All sibilities. Send resume stream. Stream Is about 6 Itchg 9/11. tM MICROWAVE 1-800-848-1570 till 8 p.m. Ed or Lama
with 3 references to: foot wida. Good occass.Gat GOOD MILEAGES Good like 3tchg9/l1 ./25.
Avon Park Fla. 33825. 9/4 ages, experience un Four month old new INSURANCEMAINE Stophon 496-3319.
9/11 2tchg. necessary. Send nom., address Southern Medical P.O. Box away from It alt. transportation. 73 Chevy repossessed. Touchmatlc 9/l/BOTFN.
phone number to 1100 Avon Park. Fla. Several good bldg. sites. Stationwagon $600 control, meat probe, INSURANCE AGINCTi -
Don't Forget Webster. 1644 Bayview 33825.9/49/11 Stchg. $7300.00, $1500 down negotiable. 1975 Ford variable power .tllnll'. PERSONALSERVICES 160 S. Lake Ave.. take CRAWFORD'S COMMERCIAL
Deadline forClassifieds Avenue, Suite owner financed. Granada stick shift, factory factory warranty ate. Rutlar.496-397B.: Complete EXTERMINATING CO.I s."ru. .--
is I10M590-K Tronto. Ontario Classified Ads 3.75 acre located In the motor one year old Assume payment of f 11 Insurance Servke. TFN vlng homes, business' )In

12 noon Tuesday Canada M4G 3C2.2tchg gets results mountains. This Is on. of $9OO. Phone 496-3052. per month. White Sew. $TALVEV'."_.;._ .METAL Union. Bradford Columbia
the finest tracts have to
9/11 9/18. we Itchg 9/11. Cantor
ing/Appllonco Counties.496.3986 Col.
sell. Numerous bldg. sites. PURPLE GRAPRSt SO cants a 3927 S.W.Archer. Road. Archer pay,<<::''fioller\ for Advertise in the lect. 7/3 TFN CHG.r..It.i..p .

Perfect access. Large treescower pound we pick. Phone Square Plaza phone ofztt m'9'P' .accent copper.,, Classified Section' I
this tract. 7500. 496-3601. Itchg 9/11. ::17........ tfnchg 9/11
down makes the MOMIt 100'X nevylPp4p :: ::;lied In
$500 you 12 X 60 MOBILE ASSUME PAYMENTS
I furnished bundlr 90.;s-Sw;; 5th St. WANTED-OLD BOTTLES
Keystone Area Ads new ownar.Thesa 100' lot mostly 25" color TV Zenith wild Lefoi ........c. Phone .
are a few of over with many extras .tat*. Walnut grained : Mon. Gentlemen bottle. collector/ seeking. locations andpermhslon I
2000 listings. We have all Ready to N(* In. $12.300. finish. under warranty.Repossessed. Thowe.-r\"ri-9"1f1.r'.\ :qj.n. Sa,. t.1. fa search for old'bottles. (folks. H your
of from 483-1197
types property Call Ricky or Pay off remaining AMc M M o,4bxby.: 5Ilh9 property once contained an M *ej dflli|, privy trashthan
$500 per acre and up. We 485-1510. Itchg 9/11. balance $197.10 2fy.IC.; ... .......-. \.
WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE have small tracts, wa also 1974 SUZUKI IBS OTl Ilec.. cash or OMuma paymentsof '/ tio. gethering pies H rant. moreLOYWlG"
have several cabins 'VA'1 O. vouaLITTLE likely there are bottles to bo Teyjd.
excellent
1100 miles, $' 95. $3O par month. Also
HELP WANTED, Construction All steel TWO ACRES SR-10O houses, old farms, ale. 431-1074 -ONt- sale and
RUILDINOSII near condition. Phone 1960 model$23 month.
.per WarYear hepful..... would'be appreciated by eeasiderthington
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home In
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secure
'loboror. Experience Examples Heights. Write call for free 9/11. my
clear-span buildings. near Keystone or after 5 p.m. Had White Sewlng/Appllanca
....rcll-I.r bottles.
preferred. Will train will I 30'.48.ir for $300 down S66 84 per listings brochur. You con 10 1/2 ACRESt on graded Center 3537 S.W. Archer" Springs, odd and leg renting me permission to ...
ing worker. SandLand $3.993-40'l73'xt4' for month. Phone 473-4058 or call free of charg. by dial. road (deal for small farmor Road. Archer Square shift hour considered. en your property. For further consideration pi.

Associates. 4733311. $6.072-.48''....' for 473-4367 altar 6 p.m. Ing 1 800 438-7421. Writeor hamaslte. Price$15.000. Plata' phone 3764466. Phone Jewell at comet196.3p52.Nshs911. /, -" -
F.D.L. required .tlnchg $6,904.-60',125'x16' for tfnchg 9/4 call today. Cherokee Call 496-3394 from 9 a.m. tfnchg 9/11 kfcard Drehelm. P.O. Ban "JJ$. Waldo,. Florida
I I 8/38 16057. Coll toll free today LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone land Co.. Murphy N.C. to 3 p.m.. Thursday. FrI- W1U $AfyIT In.my home. U'N, 4B6.181. |"|
ROOMMATE WANTED- for pries guarantees. Height, ownerfinanced 28906. day. Saturday and Sunday Phone 49bft.,, 2tpd 9/11..
female. Own RR in 6-raom 1.800.11.0I11.1570 til 8 p.m. 10 percent In- 4tchg 821911. all day. Itpd 9/11. 9/1.
house. lakelront on Lake 3lchg 8/29-9/11 terest. Lots on clear sand = .l..J:':; : ; ; : l : : : : : : ."'II'"RT.... c 4 : : E CO : o. I : : : : : ;] : : : : ;'4- : : : : D : e
Hutchison. $100. month 1967 WEILCRAFT ROAT-151 bottomed lake, priced to - 1041. r.la. .Wt I Iwc.c
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.,..... .-
1/3 utilities: first-lost plus 8" and 1967 IOOHP sell from 9000. On. to 11-MMI-'
$30 security Many Evlnrude motor (naeds live acres o..rlooklnglale. mart w :. i
privileges. 473-3110 from work). Giveaway price. (access available) with Starke Ads Cont. ';
S-ll p.m. 6tchg 9/11.10/16 Call Mike Fundarburk nice trees from $3.500. .. '
CUSTODIAN AT Keystona 473-4131 after 6 p.m. and S5OO down. $50 a month. .
Heights High School. weekends. tpd 91 II Commercial Irontaga-- GENERAL I Ii i
Phone David Ow.n. IRONC l 7cc. Super Bronc Investment opportunity.
.73.2761, Monday.Friday. 3l8cc. Super Tryka 399cc SR-3IN. Owner-salesman. J FOR SALE GRAPES U-rtck.Mu.c.din.light GOLD WANTED CONTRACTOR "S
7:30.3:30: Itchg 9/11 Jawa 133cc. TN-Sport 473-4373. tfnchg 9/4 j and dark *. A TO Z PAWN
WORKING COUPLE seeks 290cc. Derbl-Peugeot- AKC DOBERMAN f UPSj j large sweet lit euellty. JAX. Plw. 387-9991 CALL COLLECT
lake rental. 200.250 Tomo.-Sofarl-Mi crocar. Beautiful Utter ol six. Free JJ ASSUME PAYMENTS Open Mon...... .-..Sun.liSO6i30 SHOP
month. Phone 378-3777 MOPED CITY INC. obedience lessons. Sire 25" color TV Zenith solid : SR26 ((2 mile* 144 W. Call SI.964B348 All WORK GUARANTEED)
alter S p.m. 3tpd 9/11-18 221 N.E.39th Ay. and dam fromWACHEMEISTER state. Walnut gralnad east of 301 to 200A) Sea ROOFING

Gainesville FL DOBERMAN finish under warranty. Signs longnecker '...... 20 Yr. .... ,
Repossessed. Pay off remaining e't'' I
CARS 378-5735 Phone 473-7195. tfnchg 7/3 '"' ASPHALTSerglesLtf
4tchg 9/11-10/2 ASSUME PAYMENTS balance $197.10
I '74 Cur.... Pick-up truck. cash or assume payments
solid
.
PONTOON ROAT--24- 25" color TV Zenith
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Runs good. 24/36 miles per Frame and top In very Ita I.. Walnut grainedfinish ol $20 per month. Also _.!REPAIRS! .I 25% Nf-on_Tu---- ROOM RESIDNTIAIaCOMMERCIAL ADDITIONS-TAR t GRAVEL
gal. $1475' cash. 473-4508.. good condition. Seats need tinder warranty. 1980 modal $23 per month. 11 Tapes k RecordsBAHKERS IMPROVEMENTS
9/11 Itad repair. 25HP Johnson Repossessed. Pay all/ remaining White SewingApplianceCenter '
motor. 2500. Phone balance 197.10' 3337 S.W. Archer DISCOUNT Classified STUCCO e BRICK STONI
FOR RENTUNFURNISHED Road Archer Square SWIMMING FOOL
473-4646 Itchg 91)DOBERMANblack cash or aisuma paymentsof Deadline
roes< end
Plata phone 3764466. 904-7923 Flnenclng Available'
and tan $20 per month. Also lervbeState Tuesday
HOME lor male. Two years old excellent 1980 model $23 per month. Hnchg 9/11 112 E. Call St. Noon Sees Relocating to Bradford County Met.*
rant. 4BR. 3BA control temperament. White Sewlng/Appllanca
HI A. clot to schools. available. Center 3537 S.W. Archer 1910 MICROWAVEFour
6-month lease, no Registration } month old like new" BIBCM'S 864-6834
pets. $50. Phone 473-4646. Itchg Road Archer Square j .
Call 473-3538 alter 330p 9/11 Plaza, Phone 3764466. repossessed. Touchmatlccontrols
1'11'UT COMTIOL SEl ICEr.
.m. 2tpd 9/4-9/11 ALTO SAX AND CASE. nchg 9/11 moot probe O/- INTEREST I ?
TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE- Yamaha. Excellent condi ItIOMlC.OWAV. S variable power settings* he4 The Wasfer Kens.flo 11I"0
furnished on park opposite tion. $350. Phone 4734646. Four month old like nowrapossessed. factory warranty etc. O For PoslUve Orm.n-Fk>:ooh. Control 'O*. ..
St. Anne's Church. Itchg 9/11 Touchmatlc Assume payments of $18 F.0** Special sealer. OriMtn iu..' YEIII ""' .
Single or couple 333-5438. controls, meat proba. per month. White Sew Quality Built Horn s
_1 tpd 9/11! PERSONAL variable power saltings, ing/Appliance C.nl.r.'L
SERVICES factory warranty .,c. 3527 S.W.Archer Pajmtntj .. $200 Per Month
cher Square
) .
HOMES FOR Assume paymanla of $18 ill .
SALE CARPENTER WORKl per ing/Appliance month. White Sew. 376-4466. tfnchg 'ilr""neAnENT.. .I. For Qu.llflldluira.

Remodeling work kitchen 3537 S.W. Archer Road C.nt.r'l Archer Classified Ads

GATOR 38*. BONE ISA LAKE unfurnished Madam cabinet carpenter. and Reasonable trim :l76-.u.Square..tfncho Plaza 9/11 Phone gets results DEER HUNTERS_ _ Let Us Help You ,qualify f For 235.

fireplace, deck central prices. Call Ed Dempsey at SINGER See Us
21 H Protein Today.t
air. 473-3475. tfnchllil"MISCELLANEOUS 473-3477. tfnchg73ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Future repossessed. One of SINGER -- y, ? i ; _.
Singer's lop models. Doe. Future r.pa..edbne at Bob
Closed Bp.m.
Monday
meetings It all without attachments. Harris .r
Singer' 'models. Dees Feed
top
Open _lIn"".. Friday Dog t '
Blind hem., buttonholes, ;
It all without Attachments.Blind 'S, r
t Alonon
;:YARD SALE this Saturday.. p.m. Monday overcasts, stretch stitches, "'m...|>utionholos.overcasts 4
8 Alatesn 7
clothas toys, roller' rink p.m.p.m.All meetings Monday In fancy designs, etc. stretch-stitches, Bsg'n oo ( llllmm(!)( fIjf1

skates, tandem ((3-seatar) educational Building. Com.munlly Originally sold lor over fancy designs, ate. _
and motorcross lumping Church. tfnchg 7/3. $529. Pay off balance due Originally sold for $529
-bike. C-314, a mile from FRSSSURR CLEANING.PAINTING at $147.30 cash or pay oft.baJance..due of When you buy 500 LB3 VJ|
Glimo's "Macros." ltpd and wallpapering. payments ol $1360 per $147.30 cash or paymentsof I
9/11 month. Older machine $718 rS t\\ mmOOfJ0 L
Phone 473-3477. tfnchg 13.60 par month. Older or more you pay |
FOUR FAMILY YARD SALI- 7/10 cepted a* part .... machine accepted as part t .
at Jlmrod Traitor Park on REDUCE SAPS AND FAST White Sewing Center, payment. White Sewing per 50 lt>. ft
lake .Id. of 5R S.W. Archer" Road. ...ac'l : 9645533'Tf
100. This Center 3537 I.w. Archer
with GoBase Tablets and !
Friday and Saturday Sept. "water Andrews Square Flaia. Archer SquarePlata Farmers Mutual Exeh! #H*,t\V" P ''
12 and 13 from .... p.m. E-Vop pills. :376-4466. tfnchg 9/11 phone 376PageiB -....... / Mo a It

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$ALA lot. ...... 13. (..... 1/. It. 1. 8 14. SMALL APARTMENT Ono PALMS APARTMENTS and Furnished 1 1IIU..IAW SHOPi Completesharpening I BROWNING SHOTOUNi $ I t.>.rb.og

){ PART oa.t, Fur' ,,famlll**. m..... Clothlng'}furnlluro, mite. school'fumlthod.tnocli, no pet, 9M-SM4 high lit, apt otflclonclo. .... MOBILE H Mar Why pay Service. .circular II...." .. :
!; TIMS' opportunity from ,woman, children clothe" Mom enJVIIion Road v. after 4 9/11 Itcfig thl,. NEW FURhTlSHED more* Buy direct from the hand carbide, Van Rib .. .
t home working with mall. 'oil .1_. dlihwaiher. and mile eoiTon Hwy'230A. I M HOUMt p.m.portly furnl.lv STUDIOS, monthly only. factory. Largo oloctlon of chain,mower blade hollow ions After 9 944. : .

No experience required.! ., other household, Item 16 Look for..0lgn*. 9/11 llpdJot. ad, no children no .pot*. 2313 N. Temple, Starka. 1214' and double wide*. ground end balanced. nc
For Information send', ,Ion, Utdoublewldohauiotraitor 10.I ark. familiar S160. 964.8243.9/11 Itchg TFchgKITCHINiniSi COMMUNITY MOSILIHOMi I t Leave at Jackson Building,: I!FURNITURE SAlli ,
i. tamped, .Mlf-oddrai on loft outside city baby. ,things, gm ........ One (R (SALES US 301North. Supply. Starko or Keystone and oHIco. .

envelope.. OYN-NARj limit.* of $10..... B a.m. till ON. appro I/ mile watt apartments', pool TV. AC Open 9 to cknk. 1 to Ht*. TFchgALCOHOLICS AFR 33 ( on
I ENTERPRISE P.O.'Eon M,1* 9644234 or 1)646018.11.. ... 100. */H Itchg Don't FotgetDeadline utllltlo Included. Totally on Sunday. Phone AMONVphono mocMno) ...
Now Bruntwlck N.J. fat..(. .. II'of 9th Avenue MOUII
I ,t ; Itpd! forClassifieds fumlhod. Weekly, mon.thly 94-8741. 6/9 TFN. Loko keystone Co.
I On 903: 9ft tchg "not ....'13.wH Elec. guitar and off Flume Road 21 Still is rat**. TEMPLE MOTEL., MOSHI NOME lft I Aero. 904-SI48 or 964-74)9. Friday, Sopt. 12
.... LPN. EMT port lime I In. .,...plllI., ... wood' clarinet .1..... Clothing' vacuum Tuesday (10' M, Temple Ave., wall, Coptic lank. utility TFchg 13 ( .OP
12 noon day Sopt.
wren ........ Should ,,learn divider and muchmono. cleaner mlM. 9/11 Itchfl Storka. Phone ....7J57.: : house privacy fence. IMODBUNO. 8UI1DINO.IPAIMi 4732214. ./ ,. *
l have economical cari Turn I t't'l ,810 W .,.... AUCTION 9/2O TFchg. 782-3928 Now kltchon .p.m.
garden
poca. I MEW AND USED '- r those extra hour, Into ], Soil Auction MIMOSA MANOR MOIIU bath, family room Brick
941623/1 9/n Itchg by ''
/It filled block..crat... Fireplace and '"
"''an end enjoy| meeting PARK mobllo homo
, j. W. buy ono place or the entire BOATS ,MOM lint TRAILER 100x100 ft peclollM. Grlftli Con. rockar all/
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people. Write ,, 1 I" CARS houtohold. Friday end Spaces for ronf. Phone
Ivory let. mostly furnished with .truct'.n2ICIII US ''IIIW
lift Box 14S92 461-2912. TFchg CENTER.
lC ., Fl 32604. 9/11, j I' TRUCKS night I ml. south of 16' TRf-HUU ,PIBEROLASS. UlAN 3 largo room furnished many extra Moody. to live er 473-3578. TFchg 9646679. TFchg .,
J ''I/ :. Starko on 301. Boot w/BO hp. Mercury and bath no In. 12500. Call Ricky SOWING MACHINES I.PIUMSINO '

Ep for Bradford All-I ''f4 OMC TRUCK avlo.. atr. SeurkemternAuction motor and Gator Trallor.C child,.". no pot. 483-1197 or 4' -1510. 9/11 IPAiaiOi.. All moke. dow*, door ....
Sport Club to Support all hart wheel boio. 303 V*. Sam'964.6657 ; .II O.fi Reddllh .*..1071. ./11 lapel Itchg' cleaned oiled and ... 10.000 other "" ': E.
Tornado team Fund bin, |toko payment 1)64.7910.7/17 TFPD. 9 M. cars plaely furnished 4 M HOCK HOMES IM acre |u.tod. 'IO. Work Bargain Center, & .
queti, sweaters and ''Ireprovemenl '$14X17.up 944-7276 aftor-S. "TWO FAMILY" YARD Alii W II FT.GLASTRON ROATi 233hp I trailer, (150.(1) plus coin with fancod-ln swimming guarontood. James South Storke. ':

In ipert. 1 9/11 Itchg 100 post cemetery an V-hull. Vinyl top and tax. 782-3610.9/11 lapel pool big Moplo ihada Strickland, corner Morgan M ACRES of farm loony
tacllltle S10_........hI". '177 FORD F330 VI. PS, PB, 12 Croaley take boat ramp many deluxe acco..orlo*. DUPLEX APT for ronti 2 ..It.LII. .,.... (''.000 will Rd and Hwy 16. Wchg' I posture, some }/, n.
,)1 Call ....1200 or ...-...., I 1 'ft* i lnclood aluminum' road third! house on right Jut Ilk. newt CallOalnotvllla largo kltchon.rofrlgorator. "....Iot... Assume 9% BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK fenced with ):>l.

./112tcft.28 t tI body "' -5611'. ./11 Itahg watch for *lgn*. Taolt. "6-3619'TFN. (IX mo., no ............ '94-8239 ./11 SERVICE Pumpouts.Residential. 1)64.6528.21 .'70,
:74 CUMUM PICK-UP truck. clothing 'fishing equip. 14 H Aluminum Jon Boat 3VI i pot. ....71... t/11 Itchg 2tchg! ./.. Induitrlal.'. commercial Ikon Bno Soon '.000 ....

I Classified Ads run good. 24/26 miles per mont color TV. mice HP Johnson motor (ISO.00 ( 81,. Mobile ........ (14ft and ad. Phone ....8121.Fully TFchg unit new.co..p. ?oil
gets results gal. $I47S cash. 473-4308." household Mom. Saturday 1)6482371I1tpd plu S30 dopoilt. ...-.:zes.4 MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory firm. ....7334. 4:

9/1 Inc i j8-u".I!.'/1' Itchg ./ Itpd trained mechanic Look Registered <.

"\ US-301 South 9M-0020. GIIoII", 5 yr*. (
9/19 TFchg" 5.IOOKKEEPItfG. broke. "..' "COI.
SSRVKSSl 9 Itchg ,en

.year* experience. In all OIL SPACE .. ; >5.

: YOU MmA.Y HAVE MISSED THESE phao government Including. tone format and. gol.7.23610.11, tank. ( 1 .l Ing

r .473-T07S alter S P.M. 7/3 rOFAi three (ind

Hchg sofa,good .. "' a
LAST DiVORCE-f95 need recovering, y 8
OPPORTUNITIES IN fee for On- '
GREAT Attorney' 782.3588. 9/11 .
contested Divorce' range
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bull FOR ( 12
from S9S-S299 Step parent
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with S mo. old ( ".

P SUN' i Change Adoption Foe Fee'75.$250 Jack; Name Net- 782-3449.9/11 l JOO.

'S UNPAY S: GAINESVILLE_ .1|A tie_*...Attorney Oolnesvl Ile.14 379-7001.I. Univ. '':,,loft c.

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SECTION TYPEWRITERS MACHINES AND cleaned ADDING and GOOD PRICES '"c.9.
CLASSIFIED
; ervlced. Phone 9646302inext mobile homo If :,1

to Telegraph. 8/21 I is 3/4 paid or '(
4tpd9l1PIANO MOBIL HOMi \! ,.
I USSOMSi Soothing 9649606. Open on
Classified cfiosiday students now tchedullng. weekly.. TFchg '' -
; ; S p Via ,Strip's s_ Nell Mann 485-1 17 J. 1/28 WANTIDl Mobile

4Khg' 918WIU Ins and tires. '."
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SYSIT In homo. OLIN'S
my V.
You 1 leave them w. love SALES. ...-

-every : for "grew, shopping ..vadhles.AUTO 9/4 them.Ztchg South 100 964-715S. CASH'day" a FOR_10. .

SEWING Hem and seams.Simple liver,' ( .. 350
alternation. Phone gold GF strop( Pon-
....iW93. 9/4 troche tical frame., .
I HANG WALIPAPM and higton .*.-.250

MECHANIC, .uMfl.. .d, a MEOIATE. 0".01'010 ". 'M* O w iV4>r"8m to paint mall or largo fob. WANTIOi Small
Adl reeotabl*. with ty, IN soon -.01 c. 04.0 Cfll '. Io Avre Mon.-jr.fi.. ,
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"fH. from the Hill,.Md.,'recently was assigned as
i sentence) for second Bruce Hudson received of the 19th Maintenance
A former correctional officerUnion at contraband last f Nov. 21. No date I ha Roy tee Johnson, 85, was given tut rently serving murder a and aggravated court two additional yean after he pled first sergeant,8th Maintenance Battalionof
Correctional: tltutlon changed been set for sentencing : additional ar after he pled guilty topossession ,degree' guilty to possession of a controlled Company Command In
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of'' In other cases In the UCI eouJ'fI of a(Vk inch long knife.He' Hudson admitted having
introduction substance
his plea to guilty to Bldrldge Allen McCray.. 23, in Hanau,'Germany.
contraband into JCI and a pre- troom: / Is serving prison term for rap*and prison for burglary and possession ofa methyl betddate, blue pills Inscribed His father, John D. Dlggs, lives on
entente report was ordered MondIIy Richard Anthony Lunsford 24, wu breaking and entering. controlled substance, received an "CWA" on one side and S on the Route 2,Starke.
Sept.8,by Circuit Judge Benjamin M.' sentenced to one additional year in additional prison term after he other. He is currently serving a
the court after pleading Cruz Cuma Lopez 27,was given an. year of a controlled -
by for
Tench in action In the Union County prison pled guilty to having an eight Inch sentence possession
Courthouse.Tom guilty to possession of a weapon,, a additional year in prison after he pled steak knife with a plastic substance. ..
civilian
metal rod Inches He was ser to possession of an 11-Inch : type ..
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Free Course in

AndSeamanship 4 Leadership ... Comments,

Sailing Announce) Workshops Set tloa,teed and the seeding\ operation. AUyoucanEAT
f n Macclenny by Bon Smith A good stand and good growth must
'. Annual U.S. CoastGuard Soil Conservationist, be obtained and maintained on the
The Regular The first of 4 leadership workshops
Auxiliary Course In Salll tonllht land during the''normal growing .
I i. set from 7-9 p.m.
.and Seamanship will be held begin at the Ag Service Winter Cover Crops season for the particular cover crop.
(Thursday,Sept.II)
A cover crop Is planted to protect Pasturing\ Is permitted' with godgrazing ,
.lraonSept.il. Center In Macclenny. the land during periods when regular' but none of the
Is at 7:30 I the Columbia management
: Bradford and -
Union
All Baker, ,
:North Florida Regional Hospital on Countlans who have an I Interest crops are not being grown or becomes before a growth may be harvested for hay or !

'"Newberry Road (Classroom In laat! in improving their community! permanent vegetative cover seed..
established. The planting of a cover
Annex).The first class will be taught skills shouldbe
and individual leadership are is part of a good conservation The cool season cover crops
that night, and classes will continue Invited to attend. farming crop and Is one of the sown on properly prepared
;..- mice a week(Thursday nights at 7:30: All 4. sessions will be conduct Best Mangaement program Practices(BMP's) seedbeds between October 1 and
for two hours). Experience 11 Oct. 2. should be maintained -
: Thursday evenings Sept. which recommended by the Soil November IS. They
are
: members of the Auxiliary will be /on This week's program will deal with and Water Conservation District to on the )land through February
: hand to instruct classes, many of. groups and Interpersonal com. reduce non-point IS. Eligible winter cover crops In-
them with extensive sailing eperience. munlcatlon skills.Some of the topics Maintaining a vegetate cover.on clude: Austrian winter peas,crimson
: will Include how to lead In discussioi land is ofimprove the best to I clover hairy vetch, annual white 1
one ways
In addition to Instruction In rlulng and Introducing speakers. Those I individuals your maintain and your soil's fer sweet clover, red clover oats, rye,
and handling a sailboa, who attend 3 of the .4 se will and various mixtures of
A help protect ryegrass
there will I be hilly cover crop
nomenclature, etc. certificates
lions will receive course
these.
wind and water
soil from ero
: classes in Rules of the Road, Legal from the University of Florida. your sion. It will Improve the efficiency of For more information contact the
Requirements, Piloting Weathi Contact your local county agent'. the fertilizer apply because It Bradford Soil and Water Conservation
:. Engines for Sailboat office for more details or Neil Spirit reduces the leaching you and runoff 1 lossesof District phone 964-6280. ext. 289. Served With
Radiotelephone and other subjects A at 25-3520.
in Macclenny
number of Insurance companies live fertilizer nutrients. Turning a Snow Crab Baked Potato t Cola
discounts on boat Insurance for con cover crop under will help increase or Slaw Salad And A
maintain the soil organic matter con New Distress Signals
plating A text this prepared course.by the WashingU Golden AnniversaryOf tent. The sandy soils in our area are Required Next Year ClustersLike $6 9 9 Cup Veg.Of Soup Homemade

Office of the Coast Guard Auxiliary Is Cub Scouting particularly low In organic quickly matter Starting In January, 1981 U.S. CoastGuard Plus TalC J Coffee or TeaGARDEN
because temperatures Crab
high King )
available; the price Is $6 including Observation Set boating distress (
matter is important approved
and If oxidize it. Soil organic
workbook certificates exams
of Cub it helps retain signals will be required on all crafts
more than one person shares a text, 1980 is the Gold Anniversary because when
in length and over
moisture and acts as a reservoir for 10-feet Also
the workbook and other papers are Scouting.In
U.S. coastal waters.
available at$1.50. There is no fee for observation of 50 years of Cub plant nutrients. Cover crops are operating In
Scouting a is set for an all- especially important when the. Day and night signaling/ devices; CoG
program
the course. sec"
For more Information call !the out effort to invite boys 8 to 10,or wh previous crop'.had failed or was orange smoke canisters and distress regula-
Flotilla Commander, Bill Stelzei- have completed the second grade to harvested for silage or hay, Growinga tion flags with International flares
Flotilla Publi Cub Scouting. In your crop rotation can markings, parachute ,
cover
muller, at 372-5790 or Join crop RESTAURANTU.S.
.
District will be participating weed and certain pest pyrotechnic ( pistols
Education Officer, Steve Kostewlc: The Bradford also reduce included
with all of the other problems such as nematodes. at night will be
at 379-8528. districts In the 15 counties served by;) ACP cost-sharing is available to Also, smaller boats traveling at 301 N. 964-7358
the North Florida Council, Boy Scouts qualified applicants for establish- night and those carrying passengers
the 11th annual crops. Cost- for hire will have to meet the new
40 Gave Blood of America In ment of approved cover
Neighborhood Night to Join Cub sharing is limited to seedbed prepara- regulations.
On August Visit Scouting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept,. .

Of BloodmobileForty 16 utmost in
The
local residents donated a pin Local meetings School are set and at Southsid Starke

of blood in early August the larges Elementary School two of IS
turnout In a long while for Bertha the Elementary in the district. fabrics at a
Bloodmobile of the Ctvitan Regions meeting places affair -
Gainesville. Cub Scouting is a family i .
Blood Center in should attend<

Donating in early August were Allen: therefore Neighborhood parents Night with their sons, -= price. .
Steve A. Brown, Robert W. =- practical .
John Schmidt. Fo _
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Ken Fuqua Olie P.Sheppard, Lamar states Cubmaster Schmidt ., {i, $ '
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Austin, LarryD. more information phone
R. Johnson, Raymond
West at 964-8496.
.Davis,Morris E.Thomas, and Jeff or Carolyn
F. Miller donated to the Hercules, Doubleknif I
Inc.account. LJ
.Muriel B. Wilson, Michael Cooney, THERESSA RALLY NETS
Kathy Newman Kenneth C. Grider, FUNDS FOR FIREMEN

Joey E. Smith George D. Mayo,
William\ R. Alderman Judy Alder Another successful political rally 1. QO
man, M.A. Baldwin, Phillip S. Futch, and fish fry netted around$700 for the = 2 Yards for "

Gilbert G. Nelonl!: Andrea K. Mon town's volunteer fire department last ... ...
dorff, John A. Reddish, Randolph A. Saturday night, according ti '
Kenly, Marianna C. Cooney Warren spokesman for the event.A i- Polyester Doubl.knlt Foshionabl, practical,

D. Langer, Shelby J. Smith, James fried fish supper: was served to an i t versatile... 100% Polyester Doubloknlt. The :
Bloodworth, Margaret C. Richie, estimated crowd of 400 and the profits 1+, and
terrific looks
Richard D. Cuddington, Bob will go into a fund for the purchase of: : fabric that gives you quality

Ferguson, Wanda W.Jackson,James needed fire equipment. The depart- tr,, super comfort all In the same fabric.. and all
B. O'Brian. Maxie Carter, Giles H ment has a long range goal of buildings at a price you con afford I Designed to meet
Mitchell, Richard A. Jordan, Ted J. fire house and purchasing a new z ;,;
donated to the time,, your wardrobe needs at a practical prlce..andTG&Y
Lane Col.! Bill Wilson truck to go in it. At the present f;
Chamber account. the old truck,now is use, is housed ir cuts the price even more to give the

Donating to the Chamber account a vacant poultry house. savings to you) Machine washable, permanent
enables the donor or any member or County and district speakers turned ,; 58/68" wide.
his family to be given blood from the out in force for the rally and prior to l = yKat T}t press fabric on full bolts
account. Anybody can join the the speaking the crowd was entertain.
Chamber's community-oriented ed by the Theressa Baptist Church

group. gospel singers.
Bertha the Bloodmobile will be in u r..rr y ''T"A\ Who thtr vlbrpn or Save 16% on a
Starke the Chamber office at Madison T. NormanPvt.
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.William T. Norman son ,
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itarke recently completed basic *%% p ,

L/Cpl. Martin Slocum training at Fort Jackson, S.C.
Marine Lance Cpl. Martin Slocum, During the training, students }, x 97 1.67
ol; in drill and VgrdCourtesy Yard
son of Johnny and Delores Slocum received instruction 2-i tnt? rr .
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the Mediterranear tactics, military courtesy military 4 J ., "
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