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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
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,. 'After a lengthy discussion and asking for :Information regarding chased during this past ear.
1,!, ,. 644s reversing motion to table the question apartments for the elderly. Ruckman stated realistically It b two
8 the Starke city commission Consulting Engineer Don Ruckmanwas years down the road. He added he
,'L'',' Tuesday Sept. 16, voted 3-1 to accept In the audience and commentedthat could have it as early as a year from
the recommendation of the city zoning Orange Street sewer lines were now if things work out.
( and planning board to reclassify overloaded but the plant on Edwards Hale pointed out the zoning and
"" .' 4 38 acres at Orange Street and Ed- Road was not currently on a planning commission was receptiveto
4 wards Road in southwest to allow 'moratorium and the sewer program the change In zoning after Commissioner
multi-family dwellings. was on the move. Walter Westcott pointed out +
The classification was changed Ruck nan was asked by Mayor that if the zoning were not changed a i
from R1A to RIB to allow D.M. Hale,: Silcox how soon down the road the total of 80 to 100 single family
area insurance man! to proceed with new sewerage treatment plant would residents) could be built In the area.
A f plans to obtain federally funded .be built on the Mueller property pur- Hale pointed out the change to multifamily
4 ..4a )loan) to build an apartment complexfor will limit him to 38-one
{ the elderly. The plan and zoning bedroom apartments with an averageof
board approved the reclassification -- two people to an apartment.
;fist last Thursday night after a lengthy
discussion (Editor's Note: See article "I'm all for people making the
buck, but I don't think they should
*M. .M4. .r.-,1. on zoning board meeting on Page
tA.) move into a neighborhood when
Swing Through... Hale has placed binder on the property another is available," Broward Capps
Two Two owned by Stanley Noegel. said. Capps pointed out other nearby
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that of Mrs Edmond Tenly,
Plans are to build 10 buildings, each property
After four years the local with four apartments. Nine buildings Is already zoned for the project. He
Strawberry Swingers are still swinging according to Hale, will be used to construct added drainage onto his property was
I and shuffling to Caller Gil Crosby four one-bedroom apartments; poor and that this development would
(' A new class Is set to begin tonight the tenth building will be an office worsen the drainage problem.
(Thursday. Sept. 18)) at 7:30 p.m. In laundry, and community center. Silcox commented, "On problems
the Fellowship Hall of the First Hale stated the apartments will be like these you can never please
United Methodist Church where the rented to the elderly based on Income. everybody.
club new dances. Commissioner Charles Schaefer at Starke Planning and Zoning Direc-
Closest to camera In top photo are* the start of the discussion stated he tor AI Crosby stated that he had con-
(1-r) Mac Baldwin, Honey Bee Her. could save the commission some time tacted the State Department of I '
man' Carol Baldwin and B.C. by'making motion to reject the zoning Transportation and that survey last {
Hoitsendort.MasHstche&11V4ngrsFlefbba.' / recommendationrof, planning L-- 'year showed :305 vehicles travelled on ,.
.. ,iJI:*',aMtaonlng: ,bjaard JI visiting dancer trom Ocala. Sit '/'Cmissioner'Teagleeby stateo Edwards'Road intersection. over a
couples from the Ocala club visited ,, he dia not know about the project until 24-hour period.
yea'N' i { i h. last Thursday. 'fClappuT / J Schaefer pointed out that once the
and grinD In.' AI Carlisle didn'tfeeelgualifiedtovote' zoning was changed that a developer
above, Is a perfect example of why: ject. But he then seconded Schaefer's could then build, 2 or 3 bedroom
people square dance. It's fun! 7 motion in order for the proposal to be apartments "There's nothing you
If you come out tonight Caller Gil ,discussed at the meeting. can: do about It then" Schaefer said;
Crosby will have you on the -floor and : Schaefer then pointed out he had After lengthy discussion Oglesby
dancing In short order. i listened to the pros and cons was not then withdrew his second to
an expert. "I am concerned about the ,
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if funded granted,
I New Square Dance Class To Start Tonight, 7:30 p.m. project '

A new square dance class will be formed at 7:30: p,m. president of the Strawberry Swingers: The StrawberrySwingers says.While Schaefer was making his L1 (brier
tonight XThursday, Sept. 18)) In the Fellowship Hall of the need new members, Greene says statement Mayor-Commissioner Ver- Bourn
First United Methodist Church of Starke. Square dancing can be both young and old. It Is non Silcox consulted City Attorney _
not necessary to be familiar with any other type of dance. George Pierce. Silcox then asked
Sponsored by the Strawberry Swingers,the local square Square dancing can be learned by anyone who can walk Schaefer who lives in the area, If hedidn't Twirling...
dance club, the class will meet each Thursday from 7:309p.m. : easily. think it was a conflict of interest 7.4
and the club will dance from 9-10:30: p.m. Club Four couples form "square" In square dancing. Each for him (Schaefer) to par- ...Your Fancy : ,
members will be on hand to assist the class. dance, or "tip", consists of a "pattern call" and a ticipate in the discussion on the pro4'1 Paula Joyner really got Into her reL' i

Gil Crosby, caller for the Strawberry Swingers and a top "singing call. The caller calls different movements in a routine Friday night In Macclenny.
north-Florida caller, will teach the class. Crosby lives at pattern call, and In a singing intersperses square live on the other side of the wearing a pretty smile while doing
Fairbanks teaches biology at Gainesville High, and has a dance movements into a popular western song. railroad tracks and represent the people her routine.It .
dance club In Gainesville, and advanced clubs In There are 68 basic square dance movements to learn to of the area," Schaefer replied.. was a tense night for BUS majorettes
Gainesville square and Jacksonville. put a dancer at the beginning mainstream level.The class Hale pointed out that he still had to in their first routine. of the
will be taught over 30 nights with two or three new calls return to the zoning board for approval football season The BUS majorette Is !
Admission Is free to the Sept.18 open house. taught in each class with singing calls mixed in on the of site plans If the propertywas the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dun
Refreshments will be served. level of the class at that time. Many calls will already be rezoned to multi family.He Brooks of Strawberry Acres north of ; 1
stated the chamber of commerce : Starke.
familiar to most people.
Anyone interested in square dancing Is invited to attend.
Caller will have at the house has received four letters during See report of BlIS-AIacclenit '
Crosby
everyone open up
dancing Is an activity husband and wife can do '1
Square FRIDAY.SEPTEMBERI7
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and dancing the last week from out of state game, other spurts, Pages 10.VI4A.Commissioners .
John Greene
together in a congenial atmosphere says FOOTBALL SAMEBHSVSEASTSIDE ,

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I OK' Tentative. Budget; Hold Line 3-2 on HospitalBy Season OnSale-BHSOfflce'00 Tickets P.M. Now ,''



a 5-0 vote the Bradford County $175,747,823 Ins tax roll that was sent budget. In 1979-80 the hospital was mendation to restore the hospital crease for county employees but officials FRIDAY and SATURDAY I;I(
Commission approved a $2.3 million by Alvarez and his staff recently to given$147,071. When proposal to cut funds and the motion failed to pass by requesting more than 6.5 percent SEPTEMBER11and20GOSPELSING I Ii
tentative budget for the 1980-81 fiscal the State Department of Revenue for the approximate $224,000 out of the a 3-2 vote. were asked to cut them back to II
at a special meeting Monday certification. That certification. has budget was made by Clerk Gib Brown Carter then made a motion to accept the 6.5 percent Lawtey Campmett Park
Sept.year 15, that includes a cutback of not yet been received. last month the hospital funding was the tentative proposed budget 7i30 p.M.-Fre Admission
$224.472 as proposed by Clerk Gib Property values were based on 100 cut to $119,043, a 20 percent cut in and Hodges seconded the motion" and Index... Benefit Judge Dorcas Drake's. tl
Brown percent valuation and most of the 67 funds It passed by a 5-0 vote. Christmas Toy WerellouseBarBQ.2.00Seturday
A public hearing on the county counties in the state were delayed in Hospital Administrator Dave Libby Brown last month presented'balanced a Two Sections. ) ,
L sending their rolls to Tallahassee stated we would like to see the cuts budget to the board by slicing SECTION At ,
Is set Oct. 14.
budget Tuesday because Gov. Bob Graham orderedthe restored as the hospital is now more 4 $224,472 from spending requests N.ws.i.. ...,... ... Pages 1A-3A: TUESDAY.SEPTEMBIJl23 ::
The commission at an earlier ... ,. ... Page 4A ,'I
valuations made at 100 percent of than 20 years old, using$275.000 In carry over funds plus Editorial. "' STARKE ZONING *
meeting Thursday Sept. 11, set the the values.A $100,000 in interest earned.At Society .... .. ... .,PagtsSAIA BOARD '
mlllage 7.532, an Increase of 8 percent property mill In 1980-81 has been set to be "Certain things need(to be redone at that time the clerk cut almost Correspondence .."... Page f A PLANNING R.gulerM.etlng J'I
over the 6 974 mills certified by worth $175,747, an Increase from the the facility during the"next fiscal year every line Item In the budget. $117,732 Sports,. .."Pages 10 AUAO4A 7130P.M.
I Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez approximately $147,000 rate that it that are imperative Libby said. came from the general fund $97.223 LagalsA' Real'Eat. .. .-Page, 12A S. .. .. S.' ..,.4'4 \'t I
i to bring In the same dollars as last has In the current budget. Libby outlined that the Improvement from the Road and Bridge transportation SECTION BI' SOUTHSIDEPTAMEETINGS r
, and ... ..... .... ......45Obnuaries
year.The Cutback of funds to Bradford Coun would cost between$140,000 fund and the money sliced from Briefs :JO P.M. 9 .
eight percent Increase amounts ty Hospital was the subject of an attempt $150,000. He stated the rescue service BCH! funds allocation.The ." ... .. .....Page *B ,' ''e.e. .. '' .
to $98,000 and that money has been by Commission Dave Shuford was losing around $60,000 a year.. cuts however left a 6.5 pay in- Classifieds .. ... Page.B7BTuesday HEtLSRON SPGS. YFD .- t
earmarked to be added to$10,000 giving defeated Sept. 9 by Lawrence Moeley He pointed out the air conditioning' Me.tlng-71JO: P.M. .j :.. i
funa
Brown $108,000 reserve for a fifth term and retiring Commie was 20 old and badly McCsrthy'sOarC8e
system years Rain But It's Still 911
Last year the mlllage was. 7.889 sloner Hazel Paulk,to restore proposed needs a major overhaul.Roof repairs : Helped, Dry '*.*... .:;'

which generated $1,240,981 Property cuts of hospital funds to the same Libby .estimated would cost: in.the, rain In the Starke and New River areas of Brad BC SENIOR CITIZENS I' '
In the went amount they are in the current A half-inch Tuesday I 00 P.M. ,_ :+
I values county up to -neighborhood of$25,000 ,ford County broke the September drought, which has been part of a pattern Stark Meeting Recreation- > Hall :+:, I
One of the rescue units Libby of dry weather in the Southeast since July -
pointed out has over 66,000 miles on The August average in Bradford County was :21 Inches less than a Anyone over SSeee.re :1 :-a'IDIIABLEDAMERICASt' : :
Volunteer Firemen to Flavor Their i Case !It. Last year one of the units was third of the normal rainfall for that month. For the first isxlays inSeptember ,.'; r;
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I replaced a cost O1$15.000.he added I the county average has been less than one Inch. i ..l::
Inflation has a replacement figureat and New River received half an Inch Tuesday the VETERANS M1hr
Septl put While Starke < :
Chicken : : :
Free Pilau (
With 27 Organisational'
Supper Attend .
$16,000 to $18.000.. Keystone Heights area recorded 1.6 Inches, and Brooklyn Lake is. showing .. ..
Shuford stated "I don'tfeel last summer's low, 'Meelln.-7100 1 P.MrVoTech 4' ; ,
Chairman a slight Increase in water level over "
will begin their proposed for residents of the unincorporated Center :
Volunteer Firemen Is rainfall when the three
the hospital' request The last summer month with normal was July
drive to familiarize voter of Bradford areas that do not have their AdministrationOlfICe. ,, tca
should of 11.4 Inches
unreasonable and think we ,fire towers in Bradford County recorded an average .. '.
fire lax own fire department bring in an. "
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County with the proposed give them what they got last year. Due to the August-September drought (prest firefighters in some states !
district with a free chicken pilau supper estimated $123,000, according: to are preparing for a long and damaging fire season The normal I peak ,
:
at the Les Whitehead farm on figures supplied by Property Appraiser Paulk stated she didn't think the period for forest fires In the southeast starts about the middle of October ", JACKSON.. <.:,
County Road 235 north of SR-100 Jimmy Alvarez. hospital funds should be cut. She then' 'and runs through November. But an earlier start Is expected this yearn. BUILDING SUPPLY'INC. ,:: ':: I

Saturday, Sept. 27, from 4 'to 7 p.m. Green the county said that and signs volunteer will be firemen postedin made a motion to restore' the cuts to ,due to the deficient rainfall in August.A Of Starke II .

Harry Green. chief of the Bradford will make a canvass of voters In the) the amount the hospital .received In spokesman for the Southern Forest, Institute said deaths theunusually caused ,........-'I i-j i'ii: ,. :
the 1979-80 fiscal damaging forest fires coupled with widespread seedling '
year. i(
County Volunteer Fire Department, unincorporated areas Saturday, MwyMIS-tM-M/: *. 1
down the road.
aid the program would include Sept. 27, in an effort to impress on When no one would second the motion by the drought will affect umber suplies many years adding In lUyitwi..."hM '
gospel singing, door prizes, 'and residents of those areas the Importance Shuford turned the chair over to Foliage has been reported dying and leaves falling earlier than usual of the- HwIOOU'A..n.oIt7S I I! !I
In
several speakers who will explain the of approving the tax district In Paulk and seconded the motion. fuel on the ground. *for. earliernd" longer$ fires parts In uk Cutler t ';
importance of the fire tax district to ''order to provide funds for giving Commissioners ELNook) 'Norman -, .Southeast.. 140LW.4thA- c the voters In unincorporated areas of every area of the county,adequate (ire, E.W. Hodges. Jr. and Maxle' The situation in Florida Is not considered critical, at this time, and no .. M4.:son ,. .....,,,,... ..,, .
fire alert. *have been issued. ? ''I
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ZA TELEGRAPH September IS 1MO


I City Zoners Hem and Haw, Finally Recommend 'Apartments in S/W SectionA



recommendation to rezone a The project according: to Hale,will Board member Joe Williams statedhe members were appointed to uphold recommendation: to the city commis: real estate firm said one of his
southwest city area for multi-family be rented to persons OS-years of age or bad looked at the property and the land me plan, stated. sloe Westcott: aaid. associates approached Mrs. Tenly
residences was approved Thursday older. talked to Mrs. J.E. Brown and Mrs. Why destroy the persona of the Mrs. Capps may be right perhapsthe about selling her property, but Gaines "
night, Sept. 11. by the Starke Hale has placed binder on the 3.8 Jacqueline Ellington, who live on land use plan by zoning/ a second area zoning and planning board should said Thursday night' he was not at
Planning and Zoning Board after a acres of property currently owned by Orange Street south of the railroad, RIB for multi-family residences study the number of multi-family liberty to divulge the type of project
two-hour discussion: and passed 3-1 automobile dealer Stanley Noegel. and neither oppose the project. Both where an area some 400 feet away areas needed In the city, Williams that would be built If Mrs. Tenly'*
Tuesday, Sept. 18, by the city council.: : "Residential densities should be Mrs. Brown and Mrs. were the property of Mrs.Edmond Tenly.is suggested. property is sold. '
Developer D.M. (Mullett) Hale determined on the basil of physical present at the zoning board meetingand already zoned RIB, she asked. Jimmy Fowler pointed out that the
wants to build 10 apartment units, characteristics: of the land, proximityto confirmed they do not oppose the 'WeI to be'considering: the walk to the Bradford Square Shopping ",
nine containing: four, one-bedroom work places) and shopping-areas, Other steps remain before construction shortage of housing In South Florida. Center would not have an Inch ol
apartments, and the 10th an office and laundry on the corner of sanitary sewer, and existing den- corner of Orange Street and Edwards, Westcott said,pointing out the changeIn desire of the elderly to settle In northeast
Orange Street and Edwards Road, sities of land," according: to the city's Road, said be has no objection to the zoning It Just the first step.The site Florida Is a step In that direction Veteran Lake Butler attorney Hal
close to Bradford Square Shopping land use plan, said Manic Sandersonof project. plan will also have to be presented to ((01 south Florida)," WWlams Y. Maines, who represents Hale and
Center. Home owners In the area are North Central Florida Regional Planl1lng and zoning board the zoning and planning board for itsFarmer's said. According: to Williams, at the Noegel, asked that the zoning be
concerned: about the effect the apart- Planning Council.No present time Starke Is not considered changed as a preliminary step to the
ments would have in the area now problems are anticipated with u a retirement area. project.
restricted to single-family water, electricity, sewer service or :' ," ", ,.,,, ; The state and federal governmentshave
residences. drainage, said Al Crosby director of \.' ."\1,>,,11//.' "),>,',{ / advertised that money Is "Many steps are yet to be taken,"
Final decision on the recommended the city's Planning and Zoning .:' : available for this type of project.Hale Maines said.
Charles
Starke Commissioner
rezoning lies with the Starke city Department and advisor to the council : said.
commission,and that body passed the ,so Crosby said he has been told by Schaefer was present at the meetingand
rezoning request 3-1 Tuesday night, Utilities Director Merrill Dees. : "We are not the only ones after the pointed out that Edwards Road is
Sept. 16, after some two hours of back The proposed project will be landscaped money," Hale said. a county: maintained road and Orange
and forth action. The council first with shrubbery have laun- Broward Capps pointed out Mrs. Street Is maintained by the city.

refused to pass Commissioner dry and an office, .. Hale. There Tenly is ready to sell her property, Bill Wilson, commander of
Charles Schaefer's motion to kill the will be 97 parking spaces with four which Is already zoned RIB and Is American Legion Post 56 which owns
rezoning change,then tabled a motionto apartments to a building. Hale Just 400 feet from the site owned by property adjacent to the proposed
approve the change, and finally pointed out the buildings will be 4,_ Stanley Noegel. Tenly was pre- apartment project, said the Legion
took the matter off the table and passed square feet, which exceeds the 3,000 sent at the gmee post will not take a position either
It 31. square feet required. Terry Gaines of the Phillip D.Clark way.
The zoning board's action was Thirty-six units are tentatively
taken on a motion by Walter Westcott, planned but there could be as many.
seconded by board member Julius 47 units, said Hale in answaer to a
Royal, and approved by five of the question by board member Joe
seven city zoning and planning board Williams.The .
members at a special Thursday,Sept. Edwards Road and Orange J
11, meeting. Board member Claire Street intersection is dangerous 11 -
Capps, a resident of the area, was pointed out Mrs. Thomas A. Box.
present at the meeting but did not sit The project will be made availableto :
with the board. Board member everybody, Sarge Leach said he
Cecelia Terwillegar was not presentat thinks.
the meeting. Hale responded that a survey was
Westcott, during the two-hour recently made by the state and the "Please/ fef's not use politeness/ and busyness and
discussion prior to the vote, stated project would be built In either Starkeor silence to avoid getting on with problems and things
that under the comprehensive plan 20 Lake Butler. Hale said Pine Forest
single-family be placed Apartments on SR-100 west has a that bother us In our City. 11 something Is wrong let's
in the area with a poeescould 01 lour waiting list until after Jan. I, 1881. go after It and make It right'I"
persons to each dwelling which Rent in the proposed project will be
equals 80 persons more than Hale's based on a person's Income, said
proposal for the apartment complex. Hale. Rents haven't been determinedyet Delight... .. .
Hale said population of the projectwill said Hale, answering a questionby Some 50 area farmers turned out last Thursday night to see a demonstatlon of :.t <..
not exceed 72 persons. Mrs Capps. the new portable sawmill offered for their use by the state Division of Forestry. ;1. 't4.' V1-
Mounted on a trailer the sawmill can be hauled to where farmer wants to
erect a new barn and the timber can be cut on site. The rig rents for$9 per hour, .
and comes with a man to operate It. Pd Pol Adv.ANNOUNCING
First Try at Rezoning Property


Girls InvitedTo the Opening of I IU13GJ

Stalled Back in 1972First

Join PixiesGirls l3 4E? E J 0 I

try at putting apartments on the property owned by Stanley Noegel in 12th grades are Invited to
southwest Starke made back in realtors Roberts and Bill
was 1972 by George .
Powell. of share Starke their Nursing love by Home.joining Pixies the Pixies are a JJJb(! (] (
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That attempt failed, of course, since there are no apartments in the residential group of girls who come to the nursing ). Ii,
But in advertising was the only thing that
community now. a technicality home on Monday, Tuesday and/or ."
stopped the move. Thursday from 3 to 5 ,m. They readto 407 Washington St.
Back in 72 the to send out letters of p
city was not required notifying neighbors
residents, talk with them, listen to
requested zoning changes, as Is the requirement today. ondaySept22nd
them, help with arts and
A small legal advertisement appeared In the Telegraph/ back in 1972,notifica- play games
crafts be their friend. The orien-
tion of the to allow residences the
requested zoning change multi-family on
tation meeting will be held Monday
same property that has been under consideration this past week. None of the Hot Lunches and Snacks
night, Sept. 22, : at the nurs-
local residents saw the small legal ad, so the property was rezoned. Coley _
home 808 S. Road
ing across
The zoning board(Chairman John Torode and members S.G.Denmark,Arch For More Information Call 064-7450 '
from Southslde Elementary SchoolFor '
Thomas Sr., Inman Green, and). Marguerite HalO recommended the change, more Information contact Beverly : .. .> .....
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and the council it.
city passed j
McGee ?
Residents became aware of the zoning change and that apartments might be 964-6220 964-9833, Activity after Coordinator S Owhed & Operated by Cindy & Maxie Reddish
located in their midst In a Telegraph/ report of the city council meeting when the or p.m. w
council confirmed the zoning board's recommendation.
Residents got up a petition and gave it to then councilman Neil Tucker, who
gave it to zoning board chairman John Torode. THE BRADFORD
The council was having a special meeting at S p.m. (two hours earlier than COUNTY TELEGRAPH j
usual) to consider another matter but the residents in the area affected got Published every Thursdayat J
wind of the meeting and they filled the meeting room in the old city hall. 138 W.Call Street
Pressured by the residents,the city council turned the matter back to the zon- Starke. Florida 42091 j
ing board. Chairman Torode resigned and the zoning board finally dwindled to A

only two members. Second Class postage paid at
The residents still protested the zoning change,and broke it on a technicality, Starke Florida
one resident recalls. The city code calls for zoning changes to be advertised 13
days prior to the public hearing, and that hearing was held 11 days after the Subscription Rates:
legal ad ran. In trade 19.00
area: per year
L.M. Gaines replaced Torode as city zoning board chairman and the apart- 15.00 six months
ment zoning was chewed around some more, but finally dropped. That is... until Unfold a roomful of fun- Samsonite"

this week. Outside trade area: f 10.00 per year ,
U.M six months : In just minutes with these Celebrity"Series FURNITURE
folding tables and chairs you can unfolda whole new

.... 'I .,!.!oIT"v. f"'t'' ; ..,,,...... room. Classic Samsonlta design stands up to Aplenty
Lawtey Millnge of use and abuse.Perfect for dozens of things

you like to do,they're an exceptional value you can

Set at 2.424 :Jl..anL You! I unfold with your fingertips. ,, Q 0
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padded 30 x 30"washable vinyl tabletop
comfortable pillow cushion chairs d f ,4a. t A

For Same Dollars .7 cannot finJ aaequate easy open/close slide leg locks u .'ir
) strong all-steel framework *.

The Lawtey City Comm.ssion at a umreu to Dana you for chip-resistant baked enamel finish
special meeting approved millage popular decorator colors .Y t tt
of 2.424 that will raise $8,680 in ad 1L. I. I ,{ "
valorem taxes, according to City vote 0 I confidencethoutn

Clerk Last Lucille year the Shuford.millage was 2.815 and I 5 PC. Set s5:.
it raised the same amount of money. me on 7/ I.mll.r 9th.y "
Mrs. Shuford announced that RegularM07.00 Sir
because of a new state law a hearing '
will continue to it five to conduct the
affairs of
on the millage has been set for Friday -
October 10, at 7:30 p.m. Because I I $7995The
of this new law the meeting dale for the elections office in a fair, L.npartiaand
the October meeting of the City Com-
mission has been changed to comply
with the date the hearing on the efficient manna ffjai{ Sincere/,,

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I .,cp Recommendations Accept. I



School Board to Fight Unfair Labor Practice Ruling 'i V


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Despite being told It Is a cases have already been appealed by meat, also must be the subject of lion to resort to unfair labor praaliceprocedures for the work Involved. Chairman Gasklns refused to '
cause, the Bradford School Boar other school board and dedlded in bargaining, unless the collective to enforce Its rights under "This board won't allow an open fee declare an emergency Item the i,
decided Monday night, Sept. 15, to appeal favor of the employee unit. bargaining agent waives its right to Florida law, the PERC ruling states even if we are bound," said Chairman delayed athletic and academic supplement .
a state Public Employees Relations The PERC order charged with bargain. This is true even where, as School Board Chairman Arthur Gaskins. schedule Supt. Casey asked
Commission (PERC) ruling that school board with filing an untimely here, the charge Is occasioned by the Gasklns asked Monday night why the Despite! the recommendations, If he could go ahead and pay the supplements ,
It committed an unfair labor practice answer and failing to deny any of the implementation of a mangagementright school board could not challenge the" Supt. Casey old It could be wor- on a 12-month basis with the
against the Bradford Education material facts alleged In the BEA ," the PERC ruling states. ruling. Supt. Casey told Gaskins thwhile to fight the PERC decision.At instructor if money is drawn and an
Association (BEA). charge Therefore, the PERC ruling Nature of the unfair labor practice about the untimely answer to the SEA that point Chairman Gasklns quits before completing his
The board instructed Supt. Tom said, the charges would be deemed to committed by the school board Is charge."You're. declared the unfair labor practice suit duty, the supplement money could be
saying lost l by default??" Item, it was not on the withheld from the final check.
Casey to engage the Thomas M. be factual, or undisputed. neither unique or complex, PERC we an emergency
Forbes Labor Relations Service, Inc. Following the Dec.4,1979 charge by said The school board knew or should Gaskins asked. Casey agreed. regular agenda/ and the board voted Gasklns said he had no objection )to
of West Palm Beach, the board's BEA, PERC on Dec. 18, 1979 deter- have known that its refusal to What would the BEA attorney's fee 54) to fight the PERC decision on a that.
bargaining agent with teachers for mined the charge to be sufficient and negotiate was an unfair labor prac- be, asked school board member Pat motion by board member J.T. Par- The board was told that federal
the current term, to appeal the PERC Issued a notice of unfair labor prac- tice, PERC states In its ruling. The Spengler. "I expect, thousands," rish,seconded by board member J.R. and state school food -
program participation
ruling. tice and prehearlng was set. On Jan. school board's unilateral alteration of Casey answered BEA representatives (Jim) Lawson.In requires each .
The Dec. 4,1979 BEA charge items 9, I960 attorney Wolbert filed an untimely the teacher planning day was blatant Indicated $3soo. Wolbert said to see if parents survey want a school year
from the school board using a answer. and caused, the employee organlza- that was not an unreasonable amount other action: breakfast.in .
designated teacher planning ass student On Jan. 11, 1980 PERC determined
day,without consulting the BEA.A there were no disputed Issues of ,
day of school,Sept. 4,1979, was lost material fact f9 aoa Q ,
because of the threat of a hurricane.The On Feb. 18 both parties filed briefs, 1, A ee F '
school board then used a then filed reply briefs on March 4. On I r Million
designated planning day,Jan.2,1980, Jan. 18, the BEA filed a motion for at $4.1 Budget
as a student day to.make up the lost torney's fees.
student day. The BEA charge states that on Oct. .
Terms and work conditions are 16,1979 BEA representatives attempted -
bargainable conditions under the contract to discuss the necessity of
the teachers have with the bargaining the make-up day needed St 1 ,1 {A Presented to CouncilClerk
school board. BEA spokespersons because of the hurricane. The school
the board would have had to ask the board was warned that any change in
bargaining unit what it thought about the school calendar was' bargalnable ea4r
.
the change, but would not necessarilyhave and needed to be presented to the N' Merrill Edwards presented a the fence being erected around the
had to comply with the suggested BEA for negotiation. The superintendent proposed$4.1 million budget for fiscal electric power substation on East Call
change. refused to discuss the matter of 80-81 to Starke commissioners Tuesday Street at Alligator Creek and
Had the school board accepted the the make up day and requested to go night, Sept. 16 in which expenditures Redgrave Street. Leasure pointed out
PERC decision it would have been on to the next Item on the agenda of outstrip income by 233808. several standards are not being
liable only for tiue fees of the BEA attorney the day, the PERC ruling states The new budget figures are basedon fulfilled.
and would have had to post the The PERC ruling states the school 3.OS mills.' The figures include a Leasure asked why he was not Invited
PERC ruling in every public place for board, In Its brief.dld not argue the five percent pay. increase for city to bid, and whether the contractor -
teachers to read. Attorney fees would facts, but rather argued several employees. Manning Fence Co. of Keystone
total some $3,500, BEA spokesmen Justifications the facts. here's no new buildings, no new Heights, was awarded the contract.
The school board attorney first nothing," Edwards told the council. Manning's bid was some 1.000 lower
said.Forbes, according to Supt Tom argued BEA failed to Initiate the appropriate N Total budget presented by the than a Gainesville firm, the only other
Casey will represent the school boardin action to Institute bargain! veteran clerk amounts to $$4,118,127, firm bidding.
filing additional briefs for a firm ing by falling to use the reopener 4+: up $493,596 over the $3,623,031 budget Clerk Edwards said he had not been
figure of$1,500, but If the case goes to clause. Secondly, the school board' for the current fiscal year which ends able to contact Leasure. Bid requests
oral arguments before the District brief argued the action did not affect : Sept. 30. sent to Handyman Fence Co. were
Court of Appeals It could amount to the wages, hours, terms and conditions ",,jI \\/1'. "We operate on money that Is com returned to the city, officials say.
more. of employment of the bargainingunit ing In and It is not unusual for the pro- Manning does have a city license,
Estimates of the cost: to the school since ft did not alter the numberof /1. posed budget to be in the red," explained the clerk said, but he hadn't looked to
board fighting the PERC ruling ran teacher planning days. The school Mayor-Commissioner Vernon make sure.Utility .
from 15,000 to $10,000 In off-thecuff: board argued, finally, determining Taking a Lesson Silcox. The city operates sometimes Director Merrill Dees said
guessing Monday night. specific days to be student days and In Hunter Safety 60 to 90 days before money comes Into the fence Is being Installed to suit the
"Forbes feels It would be a difficult which days are to be teacher planning at the Vo-Tech Center as Starke police city coffers, the mayor added.No needs of the city.
challenge Supt. Casey initially told days Is the school board's responsibility Some Z3 students listened Tuesday to night at left) gave classroom Instruction In date was set Tuesday night for a Leasure asked whether the projectwill
the board, saying he had talked to alone. officer Wayne Mclnllre (back offered camera Bradford County. budget work session.In suit Florida Power Light, the
Forbes by phone Monday morning. PERC disagreed, saying BEA did the 1st Hunter Safety course In 29 states and which will be mandatory for company from which the city is buyIng \
"1 was othe same opinion. It wouldbe not attempt to reopen a contract or The course, which Is now required according to Mclntlre, coven topics ranging from other action Tuesday night: electricity. Chairman Silcox asked
a waste of money," board attorney propose a new matter for bargaining.. hunters In Florida next year munle-loaders and archery and Including ways to Dees to check with FPL to see if
to
Jesse Wolbert told the school board The charge, solely and simply, !involves basic hunting precautions Fence Installation the company Is satisfied with the way
members. a unilateral charge in a. enjoy, the outdoors. the fence Is being Installed."There's .
classroom sessions will be followed by 8 hours on the shooting Questioned to City
The 12 hours of
Despite the recommendations previously established teacher plann will lire a a lot of things we don't do
the students weapon.
Supt. Casey then told the school boaraIt ing day PERC stated in Its ruling. range at Lawtey kick where Is all the ones how to handle a gun while they're Handyman right. I hope you will get on the list of
might be worthwhile to appeal the ''Once established, any change in "The biggest teaching the young," Mcintire said and his class Tuesday bidders for work in the city," Mayor
PERC ruling. teacher planning days, as with any still young enough to learn faces.right way city Is not getting what it is paying for Silcox told Leasure.;
Several similar work conditionDuPont other term and condition of employ- night was dotted with young




I to Lay-Off 20 Here .


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Plans to lay off approximately 20',' Pont locations for use:in the paper; Edge' Moor,' Antioch and New FREEUCHECKINGwith
employees of the Du Pont Company's plastics and paint industries. Platt Johnsonville have previously announced -,
Florida Plant, beginning on October says recent declines in housing starts workforce reductions. .
10, were announced Wednesday after and auto sales were important factorsin The Florida layoff expected to require C
noon, Sept. 17, by K.B. Platt, plant the decline of TIO2 demand and, about four months to completeas
manager. ". in turn, Ilmenite demand. employees are retrained for new
I Job assignments. It will affect shorter
The plant has approximately 300 Production schedules at all of Du service employees who were hired
employees.The layoff is due to reduced Pont's titanium dioxide facilities after early 197).
demand for ilmenite, the facility's have been reduced recently to maintain "We will mate< an effort to help the stooD SAVINGS
principal product. Announcementwas inventory levels in line with current affected employees find job oppor- in
made to Du Pont employees hereat demand, Platt says The com tunities elsewhere," Mr. Platt added.
1 p.m. Wednesday. pany's titanium dioxide plants are Du Pont's Florida Plant operates ,
Ilmenite is a major raw materialfor located in Edge Moore Del., New two heavy mineral mining sites in the at
titanium dioxide (TiO2)), a white Johnsonville, Tenn., DeLisle, Miss., western part of Clay County,one near
pigment manufactured at other Du and Antioch, Calif. Management at Starke and the other near Lawtey.





Hampton Officials Sworn-In,



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McDaniel Replaces WilliamsonYouth



A mayor, marshal, city clerk and council at the brief meeting. with no major problems.
two city council persons were sworn Hart reported to the council that He stated that the council has no
into two-year terms at the monthly there was no money in the water collection policy for the water
meeting of the Hampton City Council department budget to make the monthly system.Accounts delinquent for more
Wednesday, Sept. 10, at City Hall. payment of $4,000 for the new than 12 months need to be written off
Mayor Hank Lott, City Clerk Gor- water project. She stated there was by the city council. 'I I o
don P. Wadsworth, Marshal Fred no payment schedule setup at the Farnsworth stated that the city
Phillips,ST.,with veteran councilman time the grant and loan was made to should not make loans to individualsor
Ted Curtis,ST.,were sworn Into office Hampton.A employees. He stated there was.
by outgoing clerk Iris Hart. motion was made and passed by nothing Illegal or unlawful about giving 4
Charles Williamson polled 85 votesto unanimous vote of council that if a Individuals or.employees loans.
Curtis' 84 with incumbent Wilma council member did not show up for a l'l'j'
McDaniel trailing with 67 votes. meeting, he or she is not paid for the "It is not a good sound fiscal
j Willlamson'did not appear during thee meeting. policy," Farnaworthuya.
e 33-mlnute monthly meeting, Council approved the bid of William Farnsworth recommended that the
Curtis, elected to a sixth year as Barnes of $248 a month for garbageand city clerk list a sequence of checks on
chairman of the council, told the trash service effective October 1. the city council minutes of meetings.
Telegraph that Williamson appeared The council rejected the bid of Marshal Phillips reported that he
J after the meeting was declared adjourned Bradford Garbage Service who currently has three applicants for the proposed .,
and that he submitted his handles the project.and who CETA policeman position which will. ,
: resignation. The council then accepted ,bid $270 a month. be available October 1. .!..... ,
'0 the recommendation of Mayor'Ii Council hired the Starke auditing Phillip made the following police
,i Lott to appoint Mrs. McDaniel to the firm of Monk, Davis and Farnsworth report of tickets handed out: 1 follow- f (\ ,
,) post and she was then sworn Into of to handle the audit for the fiscal year. ing too close,1 speeding 1 assist other tr...
J fice. which ends Sept. 20, 1980.' agency,S drunks,2 prowlers,4 disturbances 4 (1 J..d)
Councilwoman Lola Williamson Pat Farnsworth told the council 6 Informations, 1 property ;' TJVre'8 something new i in banking service, and it's ideal for you- !;
]1 was selected as vice-chairman: of that the 1978-79 audit was a good one damage auto,2 fights and 2 accidents. $1,000 in Savings.." That's the name, and that's all you'll need ,'?"
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d If you maintain a balance of just $1,000 or more in your insured .,'
savings account you'II earn daily interest and enjoy Free Checking ,.

j I Breaks Back in Fall From TreeBarry no matter how many checks' you'write, and check stock is available at

standard charge.You 11 be saving money while you're saving money. ..<
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and that's ) : .
saving .
Thomas, 17-year-old son of ford, where they had started classes vertebra were fused and a 'Harrington ,
. Mrs. Gladys Thomas of Starke and F. 10 days previously. Barry had climb" steel rod inserted for support. So come in now to Florida National. It's the home of $1,000 In ,
J. Delano Thomas of Kingsley Lake, ed the tree and was sawing off limbs The surgery was successful and Savings. and Tillie the Alltime Teller too .
was seriously Injured Wednesday, when he stepped on one that appearedto ,Barry! has been removed from Intensive '0 '
Sept. 10, while trimming limbs on a ,I be sound,but was decayed inside. care and placed In progressive .;
tree to be removed at.a rental trailer The limb broke and he fell 25 or 30 feet care. It Is expected that his brace will Florida'Bank' i.
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home In-Sanford. to the ground, fracturing three be ready within the next few days and
Barry and a friend Richard Smith, vertebrae in his lower back, but not he may be walking by the first of next
both 1960 graduates of Bradford High damaging the spinal cord or nervous week. He will return home later to : .. : ': ,
School, had rented a trailer near system. He was taken to Florida recuperate and plans to reenter t'atBtarkeClark '
Seminole Community College In San Hospital South in Orlando where (the school: for the second.quarter : .
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enforcement officer and a Bradford ty- Department,. and a former Trooper ? 1 V VV Vff.rfLif ,
': native made the Republican runoff In Sapp Is a former police officer with with.the Florida Highway Patrol. \L ,I.

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Black Creek Plays Important Role ,', ,)(|$; ':?i!; : :" ,;,:' ;:;:fIn r.. ;y n"r J i ;i -.=

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western part of Clay Florida peninsula to emerge above Northward, the ridge I Is somewhat which drains Clay County except: that
encompassing Kingsley Count. sea level in pro-historic times. narrow, generally less than ten miles part of the lake region where
within the topographic division of} the wide, but to the south, the highland drainage I Is to the subsurface,and two
State known as the Central The summit of Trail Ridge(altitude fans out Into a wide area of sandhills, or three small areas along the west'
Highlands. Trail Ridge, a series of 250 feet) just southwest of Kingsley dotted with lakes around Keystone boundary which are drained through
sand hills, running north and south, Heights. Many of the lakes,in that creeks to the Santa Fe River and on to (
Lake in the vicinity of the DuPontCompany's sink holes formed by the the Suwannee River basin. t .
approximately following the Clay- Trail Ridge mine offices, area occupy i- : r zc i
Bradford County line and extending solution of limestone In the underlying -
from South Georgia to the Keystone I la the second highest point in Florida formations of the area. East of Black Creek, with an average : : rYLg7m/) ,
Heights lake region is an ancient exceeded only by Iron Mountain near Trail Ridge the land slopes to a mean discharge of some 515 cubic feet per t ; / :
beach area, being the first part of the Lake Wales. sea level along the St. Johns River, second Is the largest fresh water
stream In the county, but excessively I
dark color Iron concentration, hard-

... .. .. .. ness and pH factor make the water rAe"" /
"' H : : ::: ::- : ;:: : ; : ;: ; ; !" : [; \ objectionable for many uses.The City
:' of Jacksonville considered it as a :+
''i IlifiillliSecond I : { I :! water source at one'time, but later
: ,: abandoned the Idea.
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. .', "" '" ,,' Black Creek I is composed of two
prongs which flow through the
western part of Clay County and come
together at Midclleburg, emptying Into
Primary Voting the St. Johns River. The South Pro
ng rises in Stevens Lake In the Camp
Blandlng reservation,while the North
Has ImportanceIt Prong flows out of Kingsley Lake,
also through the Blanding area. Its

principal tributary .Is Yellow water M MN K?M?
Creek in south Duval County a rr r 1
may come as a surprise{ to The increase is contingent The vote on the Fire Tax
those who think there is little upon assessment rolls being in District is of great importance Black Creek and its tributaries flowa
in the Second compliance with constitu- living distance of more than 300 miles,exceeding -
left to vote on especially to those the total length of the St.
Primary, October 7, when tional assessment re- and owning property in the Johns River. About 440 square milesof

they learn there are so many quirements, and upon the con- unincorporated areas where Clay County drains Into the creek
issues involved that it will re- tinuation of those re- volunteer departments are causing frequent flooding In the Black CountyAgonftnotebook B'y

quire four separate ballots in quirements. It also authorizesthe always short of the funds Creek Basin. Floods of May and BobbyTaylor
1964 August 1968,October ;
September ,
Bradford County to get the job Legislature to provide ad necessary to keep>> their equip- 1969, and February 1970 caused heavy

done. valorem tax relief to renterson ment modernized( and in top damage,especially In the Middleburgarea. ,

Bradford made its usual all ad valorem tax levies. condition to do the job that is 4
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often demanded of them. Phone 964-4280 -+
good showing on September 9, Other amendments on the be heard The 1964'preliminary comprehensive .
will
72 of its which will be Much concern- plan for Clay County proposed
out percent ballot
turning October 7 Recommended varieties are
ing this special tax district Even though a good bit of pasture Jury.
7,438 registered voters in the discussed more fully in later issue between now and Oc- along upstream the north multi-purpose and south prongs reservoirs for and hay I Is available now cattlemen Florida 501, Elan and Coker 227.
First Primary placing our issues of The Telegraph of flood control. should be thinking about how they will
the
the rank of tober 7, with the volunteer primary purpose feed their herd In the winter months. Ryegrass I is a valuable winter and
county near top would: But in 1968 the U.S. Army Corps of
firemen preparing to explainthe that grazing crop for use on our
Florida counties polling high Engineers estimated that average annual They need to consider a program spring
As goodas -Create an ad valorem tax matter to voters so they flood damages were Insufficientto will supply the most feed and flatwoods soils. Ryegrass may be

voting it was percentages., however it was nota exemption for the addition of will know just what is involved Justify construction of reservoirs. nutrients for the least amount of a seeded prepared alone seedbed.,or with a It small can grain also on be
issue. A and However In light of more extensive money.
record for Bradford, tradi- renewable energy sources in this rally overseeded onto permanent grass
tionally a, heavy voting coun- (such as solar) to homes, offices free pilau supper will be heldon basin development magnitude as well of as flood In- For some cattlemen who have plen- pastures if the pasture is mowed or

ty polled 80.7 percent of its and industrial plants. September 27 to bring this damages creasing, the Corps was requested In ty of native pasture '(woodland or grazed closely before planting.
matter to the attention of the range) a liquid protein or range mix Recommended ryegrass varieties are
1970 to re-evaluate Its findings.
strength in the First Primaryof issuance of Gulf,
-Authorize the supplement might be the best Others Florida Rust Resistant,
1966, and 79.8 percent in the revenue bonds to finance or public. Lake Levels Vary might have grown and harvested hayor Magnolia Northrup King Tetrablend

First Primary of 1968. The refinance housing and related With all of these issues in- The water level varies considerablyin corn. But most cattlemen will need 444 and Pennington Wintergreen.Call .

sheriffs race is always a big facilities in Florida, secured volved in the Second Primary Clay County lakes.Since all receive to grow some type of winter forages. or visit your County Agent's of-

vote-getter in a primary elec- primarily by pledged no voter should feel that he nearly identical amounts of rainfall anc I still suggest winter legumes like fice in Starke if you want more Infor-
tion, and if there had been revenues at least equal to the finished the job when he votedon differences in topography white clover for folks who have mation about seeding times, rates,
such a contest this time in annual bond payments. September 9. geology account for fluctuations.the differences Lakes In suitable land. They are frost tolerant etc.
and
Bradford the vote percentagehere range stage and can supply highly\ nutritious feed
would probably have top- -Allow counties and Abraham Lincoln spoke at which have much surface less overflow than lakes tend that tonuduate during the winter and spring months.
municipalities, after a .Gettysburg in 1863 .of I a surface This.Is the beat time to have good feed .,c>-
80 have
ped percent again. .no putlet.
because most cows have calved and
of the toy
referendum providing "government people;
FORESTRY
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need feed milk to
the to
get
produce
On Second Primary Day therefore, to grant ad valorem the people, and for the peo- 'Kingsley Lake, the largest In the the calf off to a good start.
Oct. 7, four ballots will be tax exemptions to new pie.' How can we expect to Black Creek basin,has a surface area IN IADFOIB COUNTY

handed out to Bradford businesses and expansions of have such a government if the of desirable 1,630 characteristic acres. It has of the being very the Most legumes, when properly inoculated -

voters, but not all to the same existing businesses, for certain majority of the electorate most stable In the area as to water will supply nitrogen for

groups. improvements to real does not care does not vote level. There was only 3.9 feet betweenthe their own for growth other plants and provide growing some with by Mark Fries

-The Democrats will property and for certain and does not get involved? highest and lowest stages during nitrogen them. This can be big County Forester
from June 1949 to
personal property. the period of fertilizer dollars In a
receive a ballot containingone tangible You can do something to December 1958. Other lakes in the saving

county race, County Com- -Allow business inven- correct this by voting on the vicinity had ranges In state up to 20 pasture production program.

mission Dist. 5, between tories and livestock to be important issues to face feet during the same be period.attributed This to There are some Important steps Last Thursday we demonstratedthe
relative
stability can
Wilbur Waters and Homer classified for tax purposes or voters in the Second Primaryon a steady flow of ground water into the that need to be followed In a legume use of the Division of Forestry's
Hart; the run-off for the 6th exempted from taxation.In October 7. lake from the sandy formation aroundit production program. Soil selection portable sawmill to an interested
District, State Senate, bet- ; also the fact that It I is fed by a large and sampling for a soil analysis crowd of about 50 at the fairgroundsin
should always be first. Legumes like
and number of and also has a Starke.A .
ween George Kirkpatrick springs;
a soil that Is naturally moist but not
Perry McGriff, Jr.; the U.S. Fall Arts Festival Welcomed Back Black surface Creek.According outlet. to the North Fork of subject to flooding. Most of our flat- variety of different sized wood

Senate run-off between Bill woods areas are suitable. A soil was cut to show the quality of various
Gunter and Richard Stone; to the U.S. Geological analysis will determine the kinds and sized boards the mill will produce.As .
of lime and fertilizer that
mounts
and five Constitutional its third season of the lege have some unforgettable Survey Kingsley Lake very probablywas will need to be applied.The .
of I mentioned before the mill Is
amendments.The of brilliant formed as the result a ,
memories
Fall Festival of the Performing -
sinkhole. The bottom has the powered by a Volkswagen engine that
Republican ballot will Arts, residents of Brad- moments of theatre, including characteristic shape that I is likely next step would be to select moves the saw over the log. This

contain the U.S. Senate race ford County and surroundingarea comedy, tragedy opera, when sandy materials slumps into a varieties and that have are adapted and producedwell to the allows the sawmill to be smaller than
areas
musical from to hole. One of the lake has an grown most mills and therefore more
between Paula Hawkins and are being given,another groups jazz: part for 'grazing. White clovers like por-
hole. However if this lake was table.
to enjoy enter- classics, and other theatrical 85-foot Louisiana Al and Nolins
opportunity Improved
Lou and the five Con-
Frey; formed as the result of a sink hole, it
stitutional amendments.The tainment that would other- experiences that enlivened a I is reasonable to assume that the bot- White have proven themselves as The mill will soon be available for
ballot handed to in- wise be available only by season that would otherwisebe tom of the hole I Is now partly sealed good perennial. varieties. Annual rent to residents In this area. I am
clovers like hubam,crimson, and red
(the 106 voters visiting nearby cities at an ex- limited to viewing the often from the Florida aquifer. Based on have also been now taking names and starting a list
dependents good on some
crops
pense for tickets, travel, and a unsatisfying entertainment present knowledge, it I Is unlikely that farms. of Interested parties. The more requests
under the
registered and water is being lost or gained through we get, the sooner the mill will
television
classification "other" in loss of valuable time. offered by the bottom of this 85-foot hole to the be available. The Forestry Service
of seed with
Inoculation
legume
movies. has three of the mills for the entire
Bradford County) will contain Floridan aquifer.
third which bacteria just to
This season, nitrogen fixing prior
state, the closest based In Ocala.
only the five Constitutional opens tonight (Thursday) in For a new and unusual ex- (Information In this article obtained planting Is a must. This is especially

amendments since Independents the Starke WomanXClub at 8 perience in the theatre that from reports of the U.S. Geological necessary when planting a legume on The cost is 19 per hour'with a

have no qualified p.m. features music and of a real "live" performanceon Survey In cooperation with the a pasture for the first time. minimum charge of$72,with a man to

candidates for office. dance, two art forms that are a stage by living, breathing Florida Geological Survey.) Even though they are most expen- operate it.The mill can be rented for

Finally, there is the Fire high on the list of those who performers join with others sive to grow on a per acre basis,small up provides to 5 days.1 operator The Division and the of rentor Forestry has
the unusual in who will be attending the Carl Health Clinic Sept. 22 grains and ryegrass for grazing can
Tax District ballot which will are seeking to supply enough labor to load the
Be beneficial
At Kingsley Lake Center on many farms. The
Ratcliff Dance Theatre at the
by
be received by voters in the entertainment, presented same steps for production on winter
unincorporated areas of the live performers, in contrast to Starke Woman's Club in the Residents of the Kingsley Lake legumes should be followed for small logs.The
the usual fare of "canned" 1980 festival opener tonight, Community are reminded of the mon grains and ryegrass. Division of Forestry hopes that
county to approve or disap- 18. thly health clinic which will be held by using this mill, small tracts of
prove of a one cent special tax entertainment provided by Thursday, Sept. Monday Sept. 22, at the Kingsley Rye I la the small grain most widely timber that were formerly not being
levy for support of volunteer movies and television. The Since the first series in 1978, Lake Civic Center, from 9 till 12. used for winter grazing. Rye Is more used for anything can now be utilized.I .

fire departments serving change of pace should proveto attendance and interest in the A free fish fry for members of the cold tolerant than oats and generally want to remind
these be stimulating and create a produces more forage than either anyone who wants
areas. Owners
live productions has increased Kingsley Lake Property to order trees that they need to
desire on the part of those Assn. and their famines will be held oats or wheat. Avoid planting place
until looked their orders
they are .to now soon. The trees
are
Of the five Constitutional viewing such performances to Friday, Oct.: 3, starting at 6 p.m. at unadapted rye from northern states allocated Oct.
with on : 1, and several
amendments on the October 7 of eager anticipation by the civic center. A cake walk will be will produce little forage late fall or
see more of this type enter- species are normally sold out at this
those who have enjoyed themin the early winter and will usually be
ballot, the most important is held following supper., tune.
rarely
that
tainment is
No. 4 which provides, with the past. You, too, can join severely damaged by leaf rust.
to small communitiessuch
respect to ad valorem taxes brought as Starke. this favored group simply by Airman Timothy Crews Rye varieties recommended for For more Information of the
accepting the cordial invitation sawmill or tree seedlings call at
,
levied by cities, counties, and late fall and early winter grazing are me
special districts a homestead Those who attended the per-, that is extended to Completes TrainingAirman Wrens Abruzzl, Cater Florida Black 964-6280 or stop by the Agriculture
Center the
exemption increase to $15,000 formances in the first two fall everyone in the area to attend Timothy D. Crews, son of. and Weser. McNair Vitagraze, Penn- next to fairgrounds.EM .

series that were brought here these performances as a Technical Sergeant Ington Wintergrazer 10, ACCO
in 1980, $20,000 in 1981, and retired Air Force Wr-811, Gurley Grazer 2000, Explorerand
$23,000 in 1982 and thereafter. by Santa Fe Community Col- welcomed guest.mi and Mrs.been Doyle assigned D. Crews to Chanute of Starke Air, Elbon are recommended for I/Class C. E. Williams
has
winter and
early spring grazing.
Force Base, III., after completing Air *
training. Coast Guard Electrician's Mate 1st
Force basic Oats may be planted'and grazed Class Charles E. Williams, whose '

eRfo RteAIroI j cnp During the six weeks at Lackland earlier than rye. They are very wife, Linda, Is the daughter of Queen
Air Force Base Texas, the airman palatable, but susceptible to frost in- E. Albert of Ills Dell St.. Starke,
studied the Air' Force mission, recently returned from a law enforce-
organization and customs and received ment patrol In the Atlantic '
Mtuti[ tejrapt special training in human relations. He Is a crewmember aboard the

Coast Guard cutter Cherokee,
homeported In Norfolk, Va.
JOHN MILLER In addition, airmen who complete
'4TION BOBG. FERGUSON bailee training earn credits towardan During the patrol, his cutter conducted -
Publiihtrs \ associate degree In applied science surveillance operations to en-

Off!Ita Stark, "..under Act ol March 1. Il7t t through the Community College of the force international treaties; and U.S.
'ubl!>hd..,ch Thursday end...,.,... ai....nd Clan Matter at lha Pott at Air Force. laws, and participated in five search

Subscription,. .In" .d..,_. St Par year:*S its Months and rescue operations.
Ollf.ld..d.area, 1.10 Par v..,: IS.SO SI. Months The airman will now receive Abraham Lincoln's home st A 1968 graduate of Robert Jenkins
Phone tt4-M04 Stark i,Flarld; specialized Instruction In the fire protection Springfield Illlnoli. It the High School, Williams Joined .the, .
k field. only house he ,ever ovmtdl Coast Guard In May 1969.





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September 18,198G TELEGRAPH P.geSA

Lisa McDowell, Engaged Couple Dinner HonoreesMiss III
:
Benny Carter Karen Reddish and Richard where the buffet table was covered
fJ/w JJodal fide To Wed Sept. 20 Torode, whose marriage will be an with a yellow and white gingham
event of Oct. 18, were honored at a cloth and basket of summer flowers
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDowell an- buffet dinner party Saturday night at wu the centerpiece. Guests ate on
nounce the approaching marriage of the Kingsley Lake home of Mr. and wooden plates on the deck.
their daughter,Lisa Anne,to William Mrs. Steve Denmark. Co-host were The honored couple was given an Igloo
Ga4 rffoofy /1/ Benjamin(Benny)Carter,son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams, Mr. and cooler from their hosts as a
/ (f7/ and Mrs. Carter all of
William Mrs. Harold Davis and Mr. and Mrs. memento of the occasion
Jlor Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish and
Steve Simmons.Mrs.
Socuty4 frte' u ,VtUV .4 The wedding will take place Saturday Denmark and Mrs. Davis Mr.and Mrs.John Torode,parents of
7601$ Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. in the First greeted the guests at the door. the honored couple, were among the
United Methodist Church with a The porch and deck were the main 30 guests attending.
reception following In the Fellowship party areas where potted plants and
Han. baskets highlighted points of
All friends and relatives are Invitedto hanging Interest. Mrs. Ariln McKnIght attended the
Little Women Plan attend. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks were Upjohn Home Health Service Ad-
Dance Saturday NightThe served on the deck as the guests ar visory Council: meeting and luncheon'
in Gainesville last
Little Women's Club will have Karen Reddish, rived. Thursday.
served the porch
Dinner was on
the club
dance Saturday night at
Richard Torode
', house from 9 p.m. to 12:30: a.m.
d tR l r op Tickets$2.10.Music < Plan Oct. 18 WeddingMiss
for dancing will be providedby
Karen Reddish and Richard
disc Jockey,Grover Howard. Torode will be united in marriage on
Saturday, Oct. 18 at 7:30: p.m. in the
Mrs. George W. Brown Hellbron Baptist church; with a recep--
tion following in the church
Attends Aging Fellowship Hall
Council Meeting No invitations are being Issued
Mrs.George W.Brown attended the locally but all friends and relativesare ., Styling Center
directors of the Clay County Invited to attend.
board of 884.8547Introduces
-I IIII Iu Council on Aging Inc. meeting
Wednesday, Sept. 10 held at the
Orange Park Library.
Dr.Joyce Jones of University of Hospital AuxiliaryTo
North Florida conducted a workshop Meet Sept. 22 :
on the Aging programs on
state and county level from 1965-1980. The Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary
Mrs. Brown became a member of will hold Its September dinner- Brenda Simpsonand
the board of directors at the August li meeting on Monday, Sept. 22, at 6:30
III meeting of the board at the Green pm. at the Western Steer Steak
Library. House.I .
u Cove Springs r

-- Hilda JohnsonThey


I would like to thank the Are Offering -

,, citizens of Starke for
,'..."" ?? ,; .'.-COUPON'- ;-' -',-..;.;," ;-; ?, ; :
-' their overwhelming vote

and support in electing me n'' 0\\ On AH Perms

&, ,,4, your City Commissioner I 1' or Free Conditioning ,

Mr. and Mn. Tame Norman Group 5 \\ with Shampoo, Set or Cut & Blow Dry

Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman
I Thanks Again!
Celebrate 60th Wedding AnniversaryMr. Good Only On Wednesdays & Thursdays442F

and Mrs. Tullie Norman, who verne a. n W
100 guests called # W. Madison St. 964-8547
Approximately
in ,
Starke T
married a 1920
were Sept. ,Adv.
60th during the appointed hours 3:30 and Pd Pol
celebrated their wedding an-
niversary on Sunday, Sept. 7 at a 5:30: p.m.
reception at the home of their son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Eggers on CR 229-A.
Guests were greeted at the door by Jim Walter offers '
their children, Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Mrs. ,,.
Barney Eggers and Gerald Norman.
Besides their three children the
i
Normans have eight grandchildren f
and nine great grandchildren.Mrs. .
Estelle Padgett and Mrs. .. ,
Robert Taylor kept the guest book at r ,as "
a round table,In!*! dinette area,that ....,'
was covered with a white linen and
lace cloth and centered with an anti-
que ceramic woven basket filled withahasta
daisies, pink carnations and
baby's breath.
The cake table was covered with a B a
white polyester lace cloth over coral
pink liner and was centered with an '* home that
antique ceramic woven basket filled a
with shasta daisies, pink carnationsand

The baby's cake breath.table was covered with a is built board
white polyester lace cloth: overa coral '
pink liner and was centered with an
arrangement of four Individual white
swans filled with shasta daisies,coral by board on
pink carnations, baby's breath and
fern grouped around five white
candles in crystal candlesticks. On
one end of the table was a threetieredcake pmr property. '
Iced in white with pink rosebuds. .
The top layer was held up by white e
columns with four small swans at the .ab att+"' ry; Of course we'll use
base of each column,and was topped __ factory-produced, such as
with a cluster of pink rosebuds.At the
other end of the table punch was served windows, doors, cabinets,etc.,
from a crystal punch bowl encircled that most all other builders use ,
with sprtngerf interspersed with .' .
daisies and pink carnations.
Serving cake at intervals were Mrs.
Rudy Sapp, Miss Rhonda Sapp and n ..
Mrs. David Byers, Jr. Serving punchat
Intervals were Mrs.Joe Sapp,Miss .
Michelle Sapp, Miss Kim Sapp and You cash or we'll offer
Mrs. Gerald Norman. Also assistingin can pay .
caring for the guests was Mrs. Bill

Sessions.Guests were treated with special ipo MORTGAGE FINANCING
musical selections by Mr., and Mrs.
WS. Beckham of Jacksonvile, who ::
are long time friends of the Normans. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Beckham will be To Our Customers.No ..
remembered by many folks In this
area for their participation in the old
time singing conventions held here matter what you have heard! No matter what as you most surely would with any other financ want to take over and finish the rest yourself.The .

many, years ago.Outoftown guests. calling duringthe you have been told by others. about the high ing. You only pay for what you get.That's the Jim more you do, the more money you'll save. r

appointed hours were Mr. ana cost of mortgage financing could get it. No Walter way. %Wa Do It Right Get complete details and the cost of building on

David Mrs. David Byers Byers, Jr.,,Mrs.Sr., Mr.L.W.and Duffy Mrs., matter that many other contractors are no longer If you're the type of person who Is handy with your property.We want you to have this informa-.

Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Beckham, Mrs. building houses. If you own your land, if you can tools If you're the type of person who gets tion o. what your total cost will be what your .

Freeda Haltiwanger Bennett,, Mr Jr.,'and and Mrs.Hugh Hugh meet our credit qualifications, Jim Walter will satisfaction out of what you do I' who takes monthly payments will be at whatever stage of, .1 ..ar _,

Haltiwanger,Sr of Jacksonville,Mr.' build and finance your new home and you'll pay pride In your accomplishments, you can really completion you choose. Stop by a display park, :

Andrews and Mrs. of H.B.Brooker Kelly and Mr.Mrs.and Linda Mrs. only 70% annual percentage rata for the 1 cut costs with Jim Walter. Here how: After call or send the coupon. You'll get this Informa- '

Robert Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Robert mortgage financing.NO STRINGS ATTACHED finishing the outside we'll stop building at almost tion and there's no obligation to buy.OVER .\

Faulkner and Mrs. Ruby Mrs.Yarbroughof No,you'll not even pay"points""closing costs" ANY stage of completion. You tell us where you "
Raiford, Mr. and Jimmy
Adams and Sheila Adams of Alachua, TWENTY HOMES .

mond Mr. and,Va.Mrs.,Marion Venner Langston Spiers of of Richmond Rich-- ,HOMES BUILT TO ALMOST ANY STAGE FROM THE "SHELL", FROM WHICH TO CHOOSEmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney UNFINISHED INSIDE, TO ONE THAT ISO% COMPLETE. .
.
Emanuel of DeBary, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Sessions Keystone Heights,Mr.: M FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! R
and Mrs. Oble Dobbs of Maine City
and Mr.and Mrs.George Tuech of In- JIM WAITER HOMES .own,.._>.".., BBI

.nDl )J!lI'er'HaMES M I would like to have more Information' end Hio.. COil. i '
of building on my property. t understand |here would :' .
Hampton Supper b. no obligation to buy and that you would ai.* m'* \ .
Club MeetsThe th_.!facts..,.. of charg. M "

Hampton Supper Club held JACKSONVILLE., FLA. 32216 OCALA, FLA. 32670''' SHAMS "' '.' .M ?

their first supper Monday night at the P. O. Box 954 ADDUSS .
West Coast Seafood. Restaurant. in P.O..Box 16965 '. \ CITY SrA'I,,...ZIP_ j;,

Gainesville.The seven. charter members attending .' ,,6227/hilllps .- wY'. /" ';:, :' ..I',: ;' 3001' .South Pine St.: '\w: "I:;. ,......._. (1M....,h"nt ". ,

were: Mr. and Mrs. George '.. ,,>.r'U. s. f South .' ,."' '.e;. iJ'Itj\I\.k\ II*( *,;** ,"" PH: 732.3714.. ;. Jt. 'If rvN reala ..-.... .1...dlndl.nc .
a. '1.. t" '''
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davb. 1. '' i s <. '' 0.y '' .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams, Mr. ..ndMrs. 1 ,'.'*, PH: 733.3250 'j *. ', I., Ii '" II _. j
t. '" _
le- G.uap.
Ralph Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. J :,_:"' lyp iJo ": .1' ',. "' wn pmpnry .I'
.. '
Jerry Wadsworth Mr. and Mrs. Lee > f : > "". ,. '')!hI: .'.1n' \'. :3'''' '" -,, J t
McDuffie and Mr. and Mrs Steve y. ; .. "' : ,' '' \ ', .............. '-- '

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P...SA TELEGRAPH September IS.1IM
Rehearsal Dinner
Cecil Crawfords, Sr. Altar Society Holds Meeting Couple

Celebrath 50thAnniversary Altar Society Meeting For
Mrs.Marches Honored Mrs. Victor AshUne, president, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vaughn were
Mrs. William Marehese was presided at the meeting of St Ed- hosts at a dinner party Friday night,
? Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: Crawford, Sr. honored at a baby shower given by ward's Altar Society held in the Sept. 12,at the Starke Golf and Coun-
were honored recently at a members of St.Edward's Altar Socle- ..
reception parish hall Sept try Club for their son, Billy and
Y h on their both wedding anniversary at ty in the pariah hall Tuesday evening, Mn. Ruth Meng has altar care for fiancee,Debra Kite following the cou-
MI Evergreen Baptist Church Th6.ift September. ple's wedding rehearsal.An .
FellowihlpHall. table WM covered with a Plans for a get together of pariah arrangement of summer flowers
The children: of Mr. and Mrs. yellow, cloth. women In October were discussed. centered the head table flanked with
Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil The refreshment table, covered Arrangements for the Parish burning tapers.Ivy,daisies and burnIng -
Crawford, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. with a cloth designed with baby symbols Bazaar tab.held on Dec.S and 6 were tapers were down the length of the
Harold Crawford greeted the guests held the crystal punch bowl. discussed. Chairmen named for this tables. Place cards marked the
and Mr.and Mrs. Crawford,Sr.stood Cakes, cookies, candles and snacks affair were Mrs. Gerri Phillips,Mrs. seating arrangement for the 38 guests
in the receiving line. were also served from this table. Ruth Meng and Mrs. Mary Cissy. which included the Immediate
Highlighting point of Interest were Mrs. Mary Cissy was in charge of Plans were also discussed: for a party families and the wedding party.
arrangements of yellow daisies and arrangements for this affair. to be given at the Volunteers 01America The honored couple presented gifts
tA 1 pompoms.Mrs. home in October. to their attendants during the dinner.
Karen Moorhous and Miss
Shelley Sikes kept the guest book at a
lace covered table which also held a GL1l.//aMt A4doQGvQu7 'l544al < .
picture of the honored couple.
?Asx The cake table was covered with an hive I dp' tkMIU
;k alecon lace and linen cloth and
centered with a three tiered pillared H -
1 cake decorated with yellow and white
flower and topped with a gold leaved -nt/ul-dd-tlYM. 55txz 6 71Cs .Prs d
"50". Cutting the cake at Intervals w +
were Mrs. Jenny Slkes, Mrs. Janice' 1 s4l47 CWee-? P
j'yt4.4d
.' ., a"l Brice.Gaaklns, Mrs. Mitzy and Mrs. Inez
tJ-d-
J 1ht1l.kl.hI
Presiding at the punch bowl were

Backus Mrs. Linda,Mrs.Helen Gaaklna Bennett, Mn.and Cathy Mrs. I w4AI-: l cd>1 tdV' 4 ..c.M.

Gayle Taylor. Also assisting in serving 1
J and caring for the guests were a.At-4dU.
Miss Brenda Slices, Miss
ul'iv Taylor and Miss Cathy Taylor.Wendy low We "Jd i% Wd 4 WtJ f

WiA between Approximately the hours SO of guests two and attended five >1edq )- 4 / t5 oh
r o'clock. 7z

f r n 4 N sT K R9.aId.t. Ora.Se4Vaxire. /7lP71/

Mrs. Arlin McKnight returned
Tuesday after two weeks visit in Columbia "' 2t iia & JJ CCG h.fit Wl C
Manning and Moncks Corner, ..wwar..w.xl..St4I frw V'.e.flSS Tf.wf.
S.C..with relatives. .



Mr. and Mn.Mark Reddish


I TeresaGosk/ns/ and Mark Reddish Plus


Wed Aug 29 /In Nor!hslde Baptist Church SavingsIn CASH !

Northslde Baptist Church in Starke had a V-shaped Yoke and long
was the setting for the marriage of tapered sleeves, heavily appllquedwith
Teresa Montez Gasklns daughter of Venice lace. The full skirt and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Gasklns of long train,which flowed from the tiny
Lawtey to Mark Whitney Reddish, empire waist was completely outlined
son of Sheriff Dolph E. Reddish of with matching lace.She wore a heart
Starke and Shirley Carpenter of St. shaped diamond necklace and her e YOU CAN'T
Augustine.Rev. fingertip veil of white silk illusion and
Don Denton performed the venice lace fell from a crown of lace. BETTERHAS
SMOKED tBZ3Y
nuptials on Friday,August 29,at 7:30: She carried a graceful crescent /
shaped cascade of minuet roses,deep ...SO WHY
p.m.Mrs.. Ed Rippllnger, pianist and burgundy bridal roses, pink '
Mrs. Vernon Reddish, soloist miniature carnations, white poms, PAY MORE? I
presented a program of nuptial' daisies and baby's breath.A I
music. reception was held In the church SHANK .
The center of the chancel area was Fellowship Hall. Miss Donna Carter PORTION .
centered with a heart candelabrawith kept the bride's book.
a mixed arrangement of The bride's table was covered with
gladiolus, garnet carnations, daisies, an all white flounce and ArmyNavyover 1 :
asters and pompoms through the cloth and was centered with a
center. Two spiral candelabras three-tier wedding cake decorated in 58 78 98
holding burning tapers were on either the bride's chosen colors. Encircling 1.13'. LB
side. Flanking the spiral candelabraswere the cake was a ring of springer and a

two standing arrangements ofalada mixed flowers. On either side were,. SAVE 20. A LB C BUTT PORTION 88 LB SAVE 20. A LB
carnations, daisies garnet three branch silver candelabras __-
Kings and daisies in shades ol pink holding burning tapers.-CUtting the .
and burgundy.The lower level of the cake were Mrs. Karen Gassett and .m. .m. : BOUNTY :
-=at
area held two tree candelabras. Mrs. Pam Whittle

Greenery pots were used throughoutthe The two punch tables were covered aAVIIA..C.NT..CO. E ...veaO'A..IIP...... ...VII.O'.OA., .... : TOWELS :
chancel area. with white Army-Navy cloths and Sirloin Steak .ff.298 l Chuck Roast1 88 Pork Loin L-.u148 :
Thomas Tatum served as best man. were centered with silver punchbowls ? : ::
Ushers were Gregory Reddish encircled with greenery and sAVe so.A....BONELESS BMP AVB ao A La.seer 1 LBS B OVER ......aooAU.8OIOA1l0. ... :
Charles Baldree, Jr. and Davii mixed flowers. The food table was Round Steak ? &*278 .Short Rlbs.ea ] l.LBl38 Slab Bacon. La$$.* : 85 5 8 .....

Baldree. covered with a white cloth and held an save ao A LE-eoNIlLUII..P. "AVI aO'A LB.BONBLBE LM,BOyER SAVE 10"A Lao G."O.A.GRADE A!A1t01l. SQUARE I :
Miss Lisa Reddish served as maid arrangement of carnations pours Steakffr'Z78' : FEET ;
Shoulder
of honor. Bridal attendants were miniature carnations baby's breath Beef For Stew: S98AVI Baking Hens ..:..L.5S.o : :
Misses Teena Norman, Rhea Corbett and daisies in shades of pink and sAVe aO*A LB-BEEP,LADB EO A LB-9 Lea a OVER PMBHLV SAVE M A Lao Six ma.TTSOirB; : WITH THIS COUPON. ooooTHUtta..serr.' .
98 18 THRU WBD PT 34 19BO LIMIT' I
and Teri Bement. They were gowned burgundy. Chuck SteakrffiiB'1 Ground BeefIYBLlI.I48!!!! !! Fried ChlckenvvVZ38' COUPON WITH'A*7 30 OR MORE FOOD' :
alike In rose qiana gowns featuring a Assisting in serving were Miss :: ORDER TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED.
fitted bodice with spaghetti straps Karen Hlnson,Mrs.Tammy Baldree, ........ ....................:
bolero Jackets and a fan pleated skirt. Miss Christy Faulkner, Miss Connie SLICED SIRLOIN
They carried crescent shaped Bell Mrs. Valeria Shuford and Mrs. MINUTE MAID'
nosegays of miniature carnations Betty KeUy.Following. PORK CHOPS HYGRADE'S PURE FLORIDA ARRID ROLL-ON
daisies poms, minuet roses anJbaby's a wedding trip to St. A '
breath in the pink and burgundy Augustine Beach, the couple Is 3 LBS ... HOT ORANGEJUICE ANTIPERSPIRANTS I.Sos DOUBLE XX.I '
tones. residing at 1610 W. Madison St. Apt. 6 OVER 98 I .Boa POWDER'o.RIIG.
April Gasklns and Mikel Gasklns G-3 LB DOGS
nieces of the bride were flower girls. The couple are both graduates of 1 OR+SIRLOIN COUNTRY BTVLB HIM' $119
Adam Gasklns nephew of the bride, Bradford High School. The bride SAVE 50' A IB.
YOUR
was ring-bearer. graduated in 1980 and Is employed at C :
Given in marriage by her father, the Tax Collector's Office. 8 8 HALP 9 8 CHOICE aft*
the bride wore a gown of white silk The groom graduated In 1978 and Is ... 120. GALLON eAVE.O BBBBM* -
organza and Venice lace. The fitted employed at Camp Blanding.I PKO. CARTON ,
bodice with Its Queen Anne neckline __ ALL ITEMS AND PRICES OOOD""0...
SAVE 1O SAVE SO sepTT. I ST7Y'.WfD:'T..7. ,; 1v.!:I950.

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I would like to congratulate ARRID SPRAYANTIPERSPIRANTS
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t Maxie Carter Jr. on his ....-.._RVY .Mf..R0001 ,...--. AVB 10. .1 LB BOWL PANTRV P SIDE 4ot

P Merlco Cookies. .98BAVI Vegetable Spread880gg POWDER.: ,XX, $149. '
re-election to the 10"*,..CUP...ATUIIA..AU.PLA"O.. .AVB IB.*.1 LB BOWL PANTBT PHIDI PRAY. DRV
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a Breyers Yogurt. 38 Soft Margarine. .58 MV.
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Mrs. Fllberts
10.IBuOCIAIITEB.Fyne MA.P __...............m.. "'V.'O'.7.PANTRY PRIDE
My thanks to the
many Spred Oleo. 380 Cottage Cheese. 'I68 Toothpaste ,.".)3,'zoV&::: 69

citizens of Bradford *

County that supported me In my race. SCHILTZ COFFEECREAMER.ANTarPwCE RED CHEEK

:: [ ] I APPLE JUICE
Your 59111 BEER
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remembered.support friendship will always be !'


Pd. Pol Adv Lawrence Grif I is PACK $189 I$129Il129SAVE

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Neva FlynnIwouldllketoihank ,.. SWAN8ON 14-. I4M. ,
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French Fries I ? 259
Lipton Tea Bags. '
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the people of Bradford I 1 I '.' \ ,:. ''fi' '. 17 ;O'RF Jim; GALA TOWELS CARPET

County for letting me visit with them duringmy : RICH N CREAMY ': .: DOLE : PRINT OR ASSORTED SCENT

campaign. Look forward to : : : PINEAPPLE : ..
visiting ICE CREAM .
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with HAL GALLON 8UCIID O."*InK ...
you again.Thankyou. lie : S SQUARE 1110.T" .
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for your vote & support. .- .. .


Sandra Norman ; ,:R'YD1\'V: :LW; : 1:(U: Rlcms: : :!, _


Pd. Pol.! Adv Pd. For By Sandra e. Normin . ,






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September 18,Its TELEGRAPH Pale 7A
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I Alicia Homrich Speaker at Woman's Club MeetingThe Homemakers Have
Hurricane Plan i.P i..
Starke Woman's Club met at presided over the meeting. A prayer Parade of Homes and Christmas it
the club building on Wednesday and an Interesting devotional with the Bazaar Decemter 7 and others to be ProgramJim N
September 10 at 12:00 noon for the theme "Teach us to do the thing that announced later. Dalsell of the Florida State
first luncheon meeting of the 1960-81 pleases thee"was given by Mrs.W.B., Mrs Mona Canova, chairman, Community Affairs Department of
season. Mundy. Guest speaker Alicia M. reported on Starke's Community Im Disaster Preparedness. Division of
A delicious luncheon was served by Homrich, extension home economist scheduled Next cleanupday North Florida Area Coordinator was
the hostesses for the occasion Including was Introduced by Mrs. C.Q. Hill, Is for Oct. 11 with a the speaker at the Bradford County
Mrs..C.G. Hill, Mrs W.H. chairman of conservation. Ms. planning meeting beforehand.Sloganof Homemakers Club meeting on Sept
Thomson Mrs.William Wilson, Mrs. Homrich gave a very informative talk the program Is "Think clean and 11, held In the Agriculture Building.
JK. Hardy Mrs. Louis T. Young, on conservation of energy stressing a beautiful: Laurels were given by Mr. Dalsell showed slides and gave
Mrs. D.W. Whlffen, Mrs J.D..Warren number of useful ways to conserve Mrs.Canova to all organizations par, an Interesting talk on how to be
Mrs. Douglas Hardy, Mrs. OlinWhite energy including use of air conditioners ticipating. prepared for a hurricane by stockingup
and Mrs.James Blackshear. hot water heaters and home on canned goods and having extra
The dining tables were centered appliances. She also distributed water on hand It was pointed out that
with yellow day lillles the speaker'stable useful material and pamphlets to the Bradford County residents would probably rd
held an attractive fall club members. New members voted BIRTHSHeather go to the National Guard Armory -
ment of silk flowers and a beautiful Into the club are Mrs.R.A.Green Jr. or the school cafeterias In case
bouquet of roses in assorted colors and Mrs George H. Lindley. Lynn Bakken a hurricane struck here. A radio
was placed on the refreshment table. Scheduled events for the future include Mr.and Mrs.Gary Bruce Bakken of would direct citizens where
Mrs. W.H. Thomson president a spaghetti\ luncheon on Oct. 3, Starke announce the birth of a evacuation was needed. Mile
daughter. Heather Lynn born Sept. homes are considered unsafe and
14 at Ed Frazier Memorial Hospital. should be evacuated Immediately.

Dr. LounetteKichanlxon B.S.. DC. Macclenny. Windows in homes should.be taped or
.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.Joe boarded up.
Bakken of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. It was pointed out that Bradford
Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C.: Warren Ebling of Kingsley Lake. County needs a Civil Defense Director -
Great grandparents are Mrs. Nelson ,also a local Bed Cross representative. r 6
Green of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. .
Clinic;
Keystone Chiropractic Joseph Bakken, Sr. of Wahpeton i A
N.D. Great, great grandmother Is '
a
AISR-21 North Mrs. Pearl Benham of Billings, Mo. I
Douglass Family Ij..

Keystone Shop Suite .5 Jody Lyndell Elder Reunion Sept. 21 ?
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All friends and members of '"
family
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Phone 473-3604 Donny and Carolyn Elder of ; ;
Melrose announce the birth of a the Douglass family are Invited to attend 'It
and3p.m. 6j.li.Alow. daughter Jody Lyndell, born Sept. 13 the Douglass Reunion Sunday '
t/outtg-9a.nl.-1p m. at Alachua General Hospital. She Sept. 21 at the Recreation Center in r
Lake Butler.
.. Tile.. Wetl. d Frl. joins Grandparents a brother Carl are age Mr.2.and Mrs. Registration starts at 10 a.m.,

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and lunch at 1 p.m.
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Miss Kathy Jean Hardenbergh of scalloped alecon lace to match her
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James G.Hardenbergh; of Miami and of pink miniature carnations white
Thomas Gregory Riherd,son of JoyceD. and lavender daisies blue poms,
.Rlherd and the late R.M.RIherd of white bridal roses and[baby's breath.A .
Starke were united In reception was held in the church
Saturday August 23 at marriage Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Carl Riherd
eVERVTHINQ WE SELL: HAS A a SWEET JUICY First United Methodist Church with kept the bride's book.
MONEY e CALIFORNIANECTARINES S Rev. Warren Langar performing the The bride's table was covered witha
nuptials. white flounce and a white Army-
BACK o S The altar was centered with a IS Navy cloth and was centered with a
branch arch candelabra decoratedwith four tiered wedding cake topped witha
GUARANTEE : a spray of mixed greenery. The nosegay of fresh flowers In the
chancel area held two standing arrangements bride's chosen colors. Flowers and
@ .; ; of gladiolus mums, carnations greenery encircled the lower tier and
asters, daisies, pompoms small nosegays separated the upper
and statice In shades of blue tiers. Mrs H.C. Ritch and Mrs. Ben
and white.Two Moxley cut the cake.
tree candelabras holding burning The two punch tables were covered
58 58 tapers flanked the two arrangements. with white flounces and Army-Navy
88 Greenery pots, standing greenery arrangements cloths and were centered with silver
LB and' jade trees punch bowls encircled with greeneryand
lii J highlighted vantage points flowers
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:. PANTRY PRIDE : y Mrs. LJV. Canova. organist, Billy bride graduated from Florida I
: ITALIAN :r- t'04f tY-1a ."4 McRae,soloist and Md.Billy McRae International University'with a B.S.,
: ICE : pianist, presented a program of nup- In physical therapy.
: PRUNES AVB 10'.QRBBN BOIUNO BAVB 90- PACK Muffins2/77 l"\8"0 The groom Is chief Physical
C. REASWEET Peanuts- .2u>s98* English Carl Rlherd was best man. Ushers Therapist at Marlon Community
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blue organza floor length gowns and day at Kingsley Lake Civic Center Is
carried of miniature carnations
RINSO DEL MONTE daisies nosegays pains, statice and held Christmas every Thursday projects at and 1 p.m.crochet,
POLISH FYNE TASTEPINEAPPLE
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Pace 8A TELEGRAPH September 16.INS .. 4-H Club To Hold

Teenage Volunteers 2Xd !J J.w First MeetingThe

To Meet Sept. 23 of Lawtey 4-H Club will hold its
The Bradford Teenage Volunteers The Strawberry Swingers square Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields first meeting of the new year Tuesday
dance/club enjoyed an outing last Friday -' Jacksonville visited Mr.and Mrs. Sept. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the
23 at 7
will meet Tuesday, Sept. p.m. Fieldson
J.R
and Mrs. School. The
In the Bradford County Hospital night visiting the Yellow Rockers Herbert Green Lawtey Elementary
4 Library. Club fit Jacksonville. The dancers Sunday. Lucky Leaf 4-H Club serving the
from Starke were Harry and May area, will hold ita
become Any girl a Volunteer age 14-17 at the wishing Bradford to Hatcher Henry and Eva Jean Har- Misses. Jenifer Haas and Lori first meeting on Tuesday, Sept.

County Hospital may attend this rte, Gene and Millie O'St.eaa Joey Ann Shuford spent Mrs.last Wanda week Shuford with Lprismother 23 at 7:30: pm.at the home of Mr.Jim
club is looking for Linda Baldree, Faulkner.
meeting. The girls the wedding -
who really want to work with peoplein Schulta. Lynn and Jennette Hamiltonand Moore haven and attended Four-H Is an organization for young
and who might one day Mac and Carol Baldwin. '''of Craig Shuford and Cindy people in the 3rd through 12th grades.
the hospital
Saturday,Sept.0. Clubs and
rr decide to be a nll'8ll.For Braiwell on Membership in 4-H 4-H
further Information call Debt Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson spent SMCUinAHT events and activities Is open to all
weekend Mr. and Mrs. regard to race color
the visiting cowers youth without
Overstreet at 473-M92. SILLS AT
Charles l Lawson in Tallahassee andMr. 101$.W.lwtt.Members sex or national origin.Knowledge andskills
t 1. .and Mrs.Joe Jordan in Live Oak. All"ibis..... are learned through 4-H projects
t ...,t.-b..." .& SKOAL PlANT 1M : and activities. FowH'ersbenefit
volunteer adult leadership
Lodge from
IAU AT 10111131St of the Starke Elks
4-H Clubs.
11..A.i1l.! L W"-t- .r.s. attending District Deputy George of community needed in all communities -
..Ad 1.......bur. Domlnlanni's visitation at Palatka Volunteers are
S, in Bradford County.
night Sept.
Monday
Elks\ Lodge

Deborah Lynn Griffls Jerry Moran Jr. has left International for Miamito and were Evelyn: BUT and Strunk Marian, George Ftaucan.and Ada Bob Lowell For Fairish further, information Extension 4-H contact Agentat
the Florida
Glenn Griffls enter
and Mrs. announce
Mr. and Robbie 9644280.
Nick
ttf University to complete his bachelor Dominlannl,
y' the birth of a daughter, and Rose McConnell
: f Deborah Lynn, born Aug. 28, In degree in Hotel. and Restaurant Bill Nichols and Ethel Nealy Eddy. Henry and Lids
or- Alachua: General Hospital. Management.Wade Mae spear Herb and Maurine Chase
J Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and Doris Ottinger, Bobby and
In
I Winkler graduated Frank
Louln Redding of Starke and Mr. and Cole and YOUAUTO
Wolff, John Warren ,
Griffls of Macclenny.: from Santa Fe Community Margie
Mrs. Joseph and has entered FSU for the fall term. George W. Brown.

and Mrs. Houston McCIane: Eileen Moore, Odell Moore, Joyce t!
Mr.
2tht tc x.
. spent Friday to Monday at Cedar Ward, Freda Norman and Louise KNOW ,
7T'a in Douglas,Ga.on ]
Keys. Ward were visiting ?:;
Among the out-of-town guests at the Sunday. 6ee Ross"I'm
Dianne Yawn-Glenn Mullins wedding snoAirtANT
Friday night Sept 5, were: Mrs. IAU AT loalaa'S Out-of-town guests attending the
Mark Mack and Mr. and Mrs. Tom 101 L W.....(... Dianne Yawn-Glenn Mullins wedding having a problem with
Mack of Lakeland,Mrs.Thelma Dean see Ad.M.ibis.... Sept. S were: Mr. and Mrs. W.E. the 4-speed transmissionon
and Miss Denise Yongue of Reddick Howell Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Stanland. my 1979! Mustang Just
v- Mr. and Mrs. H.B Fraiee of Ocala Sr., Mrs. JT. McEarchen: : Jr., L.T. out of warranty, of
a Mrs. T.A. Yawn Sr. and Miss Karen Mrs. E.B.Work of Orlando Is guest Izlar. Ill, Mrs. L.T. Izlar of Ocala, ). It has became
Mr. and Mn. Brace Manning Sheppard of Nashville, Ga. and Mr. this week of Mrs.J.M.Blackshear.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.Thomas E. Howell,Columbia course really hard to shift from
and Mrs. R.W. Reeder and daughter, S.C.. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton At
Janine Willingham and Bruce Manning Kelly of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen of Peddle Crystal River David Durrant Rob ,one first gear I was to told another.It was a
Saturday overnight Gainesville,
I Naples were and John Devore,
SPtClAL PLANTlAUATtOSIirS guests of her sister,Mrs.Harry Moo- Mullins and Miss Terri!Addison, Fort linkage problem. That
Married August 16 in Brooker 1 ty.: Pierce. was checked out and
101 L Walnut|t.Graduates proved to be fine. Does
groom and Pam Willingham,sister of a.. All.Is this isa.. this mean I'll have to tear
Miss Janine Willingham. daughterof were attired alike in transmission apart
and the the bride. They the
Mrs. Mary S. Willingham and wore from the University of It?
of Brooker, blue print crepe gowns and rebuild or replace
late Guy M. Willingham white hats. They carried nosegays of Florida, summer quarter, include:
son of James B. NOTICE ,
and Bruce Manning NOTICE
flowers. Harold Crewa, BSBA NOTICE
Sr. of Fairbanks and Mrs. summer Andrew Hopefully not. You need to
Manning. Tina Willingham sister of the Charles Edwin Hutcheson, BHSMT,
of Brooker were unitedIn Investigate further. With the
Dee Tetestone bride, was flower girl Jennifer Elaine Jockel, BSN, and
Saturday August 16, at 8 engine idling and the brake
marriage
her uncle. BBC from
in marriage by Mullins ,
Given
p.m. in Brooker Baptist Church with the Rev. Vernie Whituker, the bride Glenn Starke;Wesley Lisa E. Kelly BSHE, from CITY OF STARKE set, hold the clutch pedal
Cranford performing about % Inch from the floor
Rev. Terry
dress white
chose for her wedding a Lawtey; Stuart Allen Campbell
ceremony. flowers silk organza with scooped neckline: MSP of Brooker; and Ajtt Pandurang and move the gearshift lever
Two baskets of summer empire lace bodice, lace capelet over Kamath BS. from Hampton.Joe LICENSES FOR THE between first and reverse
the altar. OCCUPATIONAL
highlighted Sue the shoulder and trimmed long illusion gears several times. If this
Kay Crosby, pianist and bishop sleeves with full skirt with and Check Peters of Atlanta goes smoothly the clutch Is
Crawford, soloist music., presented a program wide lace panels on each side of the spent the weekend with their parents YEAR 1980 1981 ARE DUE releasing fully. If the shift Is
of nuptial attended as best front of the skirt with chapel !length Mr. and Mrs.w.s.Peters at Kingsley not smooth, there could be a
Drew Williams Hallmark train.She wore a floor length mantilla Lake and they all attended the funeralof 1980 clutch linkage problem. If the
man. Ushers were Sammy edged with lace and carried a a brother-in-law,C.C.Allen in Mac OCTOBER 1, difficult shifting Is accompanied

and Brenda Danny Willingham Ellis. attended her nosegay of summer flowers.A clenny on Sunday. by gear clashing,
Attendants reception was held In the church the trouble la probably
maid of honor.
were sister Linda as Manning, sister of the Fellowship Hall.Carla Robinson kept Dr. and Mrs. Cliff McLeod Sr. of MERRILL EDWARDSCITY located within the clutch
the bride's book. Sumter S C. were visiting! Rev. and Itself.
Mrs. Carollee Jones and Mrs. Neil Mrs. Cliff! McLeod,Jr. the first of the CLERK
Johnny Walker, II Robinson cut the cake Serving punch week. Automotive Parts Center
5th were Kathy Hallmark and Thressa STARKBiiiili
Celebrates
Williams. Also assisting In serving Mrs. WH. Thomson was visiting
Birthday was Mrs. Beverly Hamilton and Mrs. friends in Monticello Sunday to Tues-
Johnny Walker II, son of John Laverne Edwards directed the wed-- day.
Walker Sr. and Marie Walker ofStark. ding.
celebrated his fifth birthdayat The bride and groom are both
at his home on SR 16 on graduates of Bradford High School.
a party
Sunday Sept. 7, with 68 friends and After a wedding trip to Daytona I I
relatives attending. Beach the couple are residing in

"Star Wars" was the theme carriedout Gainesville. a.nr rasa
with a space ship decorated cake.
The guests enjoyed the buffet style
dinner of roast pork and hot dogs. DUPLICATE; BRIDGE
The finale of the party was the CLUB RESULTS ;
breaking of a treat-filled Mexican Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moran of
pinata Winnie The Pooh. Kingsley Lake were the winning couple Put ;your house on

night at; Mr.Duplicate and Mrs.Bridge Tom Roward Tuesday of mylowe.ergrMe"; : Import carmufflers

Amie GriffisCelebrates Lake City were second.
The club plays every Tuesday nightat Gordon's with
5th
the Holiday Inn beginning at 7 p.m.
BirthdayLittle sharp. All bridge players are invitedto 8th year of Sarvfc
47J-4777 the accenton
Miss Amie Nicole Griffls was attend.
honored on her fifth birthday Friday
September 12. with a party given by quality
her mother Ms. Julie Griffis, at the
home of her grandparents, Mr. and CHRIST LUTHERAN I
Mrs. Claude Morgan on Gnffls Loop. We've got top quality NAPA importcar
The refreshment table was CHURCH mufflers. .for almost every
centered with a clown cake with the
import from Audi to Volkswagen
circus theme being carried
throughout. Twenty-five guests en- Pastor Glen Schmiege 4732419Church And most are American-made ..
joyed games and refreshments. designed to NAPA's rigid specifications -

Assisting in serving were: Miss Susan .,so they'll last long.
Faulkner and Mrs. N ill Miles Service 10:30: AM
Out-of-town guests included: Mr. Drive in soon. .Quality import car
and Mrs. Neil Miles and children of mufflers aren't foreign to us'!
Lake City, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Keystone Lion's Club
Lang and daughter of Jacksonville: ,
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September Is,1WO TELEGRAPH
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by Dolores Meng and other acts of kindness shown to ) Lawtey News "I; I
phone 468-1915 them. J
More New Babies. Could It Be The by Elizabeth Terry
Senior Citizens New Moon? phone 782-3300

The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Martin and Lori Meng are the proud

Invites all Interested to their meeting parents of their Infant daughter PERSONALS! to Friendship Baptist Church In Pen- Jimmie Moore of Jacksonville sprint car races at Lake City speedway
on Friday Sept. II at the Hall.
They have, City Amanda Genera Leigh born Mrs. Gwen Anders returned home sacola Wednesday for a three night visited his mother, Mrs. Fred Mooreon on Saturday night.
always fine
a congenialtime Alachua Hospital. She weighed from Alachua General meeting. Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whetsel of
beginning at 2 o'clock. 6 Ibs. 10 oz. and measured 18 In Friday Hospital after spending several days Mrs. Arlie Dobbs attended a birth- Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Keystone Heights were Sunday dIn-

ches. there. day party for her great granddaughter spent the weekond with their son Reggie ner guests of their brother-in-law and
Another Coupon and Refund Club Paternal grandparents are Paul Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her Miss Melissa Dobbs, on Norman at Gulf Hammock. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and
meeting of the Hampton and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake.
Saturday afternoon.Mr. Teston of Gainesville Is John.
sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Jerry spending -
Coupon and Refund Club held
will be
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and and Col. and Mrs. Wm W1Iaon'went
Gainesville Monday until Wednesdaynoon. Mrs. Hermle Kelly visited some time with his mother, Mrs.
at the City Hall on Saturday Sept.and 20. Mrs. Willie Stinson of Mont Verde. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Earl Teston and sister, Nancy. down with the Quarterback Club to at-
at o'clock.. Mrs. Carolyn Slater Jeffery and Lynda Baker announce Mr. Johnny Jenkins of HillIard Seaver, Sr. of Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs;Jimmy Ceballos and tend the football game at Tampa
Mrs. Edith Smith will be on hand to the arrival of their baby daughter, his Mrs. O.J. Wedneldsyafternoon. family of Jacksonville attended Saturday and returned home Sunday.
brought mother-in-law
explain methods of saving money in Nicole Lynn born Sept. 11 at Alachua Anders home on Sunday after she Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall of Mandarin church services at First Baptist In They went down with Mr. and Mrs..
.
shopping by using coupons and refund General Hospital. She weighed 6 Ibs. spent several days with them. visited their brother and slster- Lawtey with their mother, Mrs. M.D. Douglas Hardee. >
forms. Please bring along all the 12 oz. and measured 21 inches.Paternalarandparents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith visited in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanon Crapse,Sr.,and were dinner guests of Mrs. Marylee M. Gibson of Orange
coupons you do not plan to use and exchange are Jeff and Park business visitor of Miss |
their brother,Mr. Gaston Smith In St. Saturday.Mr. their parents. Other guests were a was a
with others present. Helen Baker of Hampton. Vincent's Hospital on Thursday after and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Elizabeth Terry on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
Maternal grandparents are Edward noon. Jacksonville were Saturday dinner Mrs. Jerry Wheeler. The occasion Wendle Smyth and her

Edgar and New Arrivals and Anna Clayton of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited guests of their parents, Mr.and MRs. was to celebrate little Michele's 3rd daughter Elizabeth of Jacksonville
Margaret Thigpen an- Lake. their sister Mrs. A.P. Hallman, of Arlie Dobbs. Other dinner guests birthday. They served cake and Ice spent the weekend with her family
the of their
arrival twin
nounce sons Maternal great grandmothers are Keystone Heights on Sunday afternoon were another son,Willie and daughter cream for dessert. while her parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm
on Aug. 3 at Shands Hospital. Charles Mary Taibi of Graham, and Mabel
and their brother and sister-in- Chris. Billy Grouse, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wilson were away at the football
Patrick arrived weighing 6 Ibs. 1 oz. Clayton of Old Tappan, N.J. Mr. and Elmer Hall of In .
law Mr. and Mrs.E.L. Kelly of Silver Mrs. Man- Sykes and daughter, Miss Julia game Tampa.Mr.
Frederick Allen weighed 5 Ibs. 7 oz. Nicole Joins Alicia who is 2 years darin and and
Lake. Mrs. Ora Spaulding of Crouse, Kevin Newsom, Jay Farley Mn.llandy Teston of LandO
Paternal
grandparents are Bobby old.Randall Danny ; and his mother, Jacksonville spent Tuesday with their Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinley, Jr. anJson Lakes are the proud parents of a
and GUI of Green Cove
Fay Springs. and Sallye Scoggtns an- Mrs. O.J. Pups, went to see her brother, Lea McClellan during were Sunday dinner guests of daughter Melissa, born Sept. 14.
Fred and of
Elna Phillips Hamptonare nounce the arrival of their Infant son, daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Redd of surgery In Alachua General. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G.W.
maternal grandparents. Randall Eric, who was born on Sept. Macon, Ga. He spent the weekend Mrs. Mike Crapse, Jr., and Mrs. Crouse.The occasion was to celebratethe teuton. In-laws of Mrs. Earl Teston.
Lois and Mildred Heath of
Thigpen IS at Alachua General Hospital. He with them. Mrs. Phillips spent two Brenda Nugent and son T.J. of birthday of Carl McKinley, Jr. Henry Hodges,. Miss Vivian
Starke .are paternal great grandparents. weighed S Ibs. 13 oz. and measured 19 weeks with her daughter Mrs. Redd. Hinesvllle, Ga., spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston spent Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy

Inches. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins spent last with their sister, Mrs. Marcia Taylor the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Smith spent the day In St. Augustine
Ada Hoist of Starke Is maternal
Paternal grandparents are weekend with them and brought their and son. Mrs. Crapse visited her Wordle Melton and brother and found sightseeing.
great grandmother.The Clarence and Helen Scogglns of mother back home. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: Hardee the mother sickly and weak. They Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and their
twins are brothers of Natasha Starke. Mrs. Edward Roberts, her son Dusty and Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Sr. also visited their brother-in-law and foster children had a birthday party
who Is and who Is months.
3 Jason 14 Maternal grandparents are Paul and her daughter-in-law,Mrs. Randy Mrs. Margie Reddish of Starke wasa sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Stokes for their daughter, Lisa Starling, on
Wayne Douglas and Sheila Jean and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. Roberta, visited Mrs. Edward Saturday dinner guest of her and family while they were there. her 12th birthday Sunday afternoon.
Crawford are the parents of a baby Paternal great grandmother Is Roberta' son. and daughter-in-law, parents, Mr. and Mrs. CBS McClellan. Their brother and sister-in-law came Those present were Shawna Brown,
girl, Christina Jean, born Sept. 7 at Elvia Dowling of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts of Independence Mrs. George Kelly spent a week to see them while they were there. Denise Guillen, Lisa Harley, Heidi
Shands Hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs. 2 Randall Eric Joins his sister, April, Mo. for a week and with her brother and sister-in-law They were Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Cribbs, Sherry Herndon, Amy Benson -
oz. and measured 22 inches. who Is 20 months. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shackleford of
is helped them move back to Lawtey.Mr. Harris and family. Mary Anderson Stephanie,
Paternal grandmother Mrs. Tallahassee.Mr. Mark Miss Vivian Rhonda Michael and Lisa
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Henry Hodges Starling.
Crawford of Starke. Hampton Elementary School their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.Earl Troxell are spen- Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy They served ice cream and cake for
Maternal grandparents are Ted,Sr. PTA Meeting the week with their soninlawand refreshments.DR. .
Jim Hazen on Brooklyn Lake Sunday Smith went to the stock car races and
and Billie Jean Curtis of Mrs. Fenton
Hampton. Kathy president, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig
Paternal great grandparents are presided at the meeting of the Hampton afternoon.Mr.
Carroll and family of Boca Raton.
returned home
McClellan
Mr. and Mrs. Harris of Starke. Elementary PTA held Sept. 11 at Les from Alachua General Their daughter, Mrs. Patricia Hayes JAMES K. HESTER
Maternal great grandparents are the school. Mrs. Fenton and principal Friday
had and her daughter Miss Allison Hayes Optometrist
after
Mary Ethel Lott of Hampton and Connie Clark welcomed the large Hospital having eye
and Mrs. Eileen Kelly and son Justin further training ear,
specialized eye
'In leaving to
surgery. pursue
Wilma Curtis of Jackson Miss.
,
group attending. are spending a weekend in the home
that
Pastor and Mrs. David Brown went It pl ai d to announce
Christina Joins Wayne Douglas whoIs When teacher and aides were In- while they are away.
4, Charles 2V&, and Steven 14 mon- troduced, Mrs. Fenton gave the STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATESwill
ths. historical background of each. mum his g.n.ral practice of optometry.ff.cllv.July 21. 1980.

Mrs. Linda Fisher and Mrs. Judy Girl Scout Newsby Dr. Kyle D. AbshireDr.
Happy Birthday Archey volunteered to take care of James D. Chamberlain
Mr. Verdo Salter celebrated his laundering linens for the school
85th birthday on Sept. 13. He looks and health room. Dr. Leonard Schlolman

acts much younger and we hope he Mrs. Fenton Introduced Miss Carolyn Eaves Western Steer and WPXE for the an- 444-O.W.Madl nSt.Optometrists 2'..-.Handing' ..aul.vardI.

continues In good health. Claudette Peterson who informed phone 964-5812 nouncements.New ...... Pia. 3201 Mlddlaburg. Pia.320**
Shaun Muse celebrated his second those about the and
present Monday leaders at this time Include 964-807. f904)382-5052
( )
birthday Sept. 13,with a Sunday partyat Thursday night classes being held Girl Scouta In Starke participated In Patsy Phillips, Nancy Odom, Edith
the home of his parents, Mr. and from 7 until 10 at the school. These are something new last week. Everyone Thomas, Jayce Sutton, Linda
Mrs. William Muse. Also present free of charge and local adults are In- registered at the same time and Roberts, Cheryl Moss,Ann Davis and
were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. vited to brush Ur.and learn more which was well attended. New Clarice Stephens. A warm welcome to
Henry Spell and his great grand- about reading, math. place scouts, will be contacted by their troop them and happy scouting. 31st ANNIVERSARY SALE
mother, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre. Other The School Carnival scheduled for leaders as to time and meeting place. Cadetto,Troop 820 will be meetingat
grandparents who came to help Saturday Oct. 25, was discussed. If there others who want to join, the Methodist Church next Tuesday
celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Watson Teachers and parents volunteered for please turn are your consent form In as after school. If you have not CONTINUES THRU THIS SAT. SHOP & SAVE NOW
Shaun Is of this Carnival and
Tanner of Miami. already various phases possible to school officeor registered, please pick up your con-
soon as your
trying to ride the pony given him as a more volunteers of help or suggestions give me a call. Most troops will be sent form at the school office or from

birthday gift. are welcome.The this week next to start
meeting or VEGETABLE and
room count of best representation their scout me.We have. openings for Brownies

Visitors of parents present awarded the Thanks to year.the Starke Woman's Club (first, second and third grades) at 'II.FALL
Mrs. Marrion Veltman of Centralia, $10 prize to Mrs. Vicki Seal's second .
Starke Elementary School. If you are
for the use of the building for registration -
Illinois, flew in on Friday to spend the grade.Following. also thanks to the Telegraph, Interested, please contact me. C
weekend with her mother, Mrs. the meeting, parents ,

.,Evelyn Vaughan. Other visitors were went to their children's rooms where, ... ...., "f' ,... t' ?O' ,""'" f!".... "" :.1 AHTS49
Evelyn Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Donald teachers explained programs and
Falcon of Starke and William Lahn. progress of individuals.
They all had a nice visit, and Marrion Cub Scout Newsby .
left for home on Monday. BirthdaysMrs.
Mindy McLean and Mrs. Kathl Gro-Tone
Hampton LakeGratitude Ledbetter both celebrated their birthdays RYE

on Sunday, Sept. 14. .
Mrs. Frank Clark and family wish David Bridges celebrated his 7th Carolyn West Reginald Leverson and Michael B. GRASS WEED & FEED
to thank all who were so kind in the re- birthday on Sept. 15. Cub Pack 673 Is planning another West Jr. t,
cent death of her husband. They Randall Rhoden was 7 years old on active year. The welcome mat Is out Our Scout Troop (73 also welcomesany l Apply now for a healthier
sincerely appreciate the concern Sept. 16, and John Underwood was 11 for any boy, 8, 9 or 10 11 year old boy who would like to SEEDHave '
prayers, floral arrangements, food years old also on Sept. 16. would like to join and participate in share the joys and advantages of Boy more weed free lawn next
scouting. Scouting. a rich green d 1 '1 spring.

Wa are proud to report that the Adults can help In three ways: 1)) by 'lawn or pastureall
I Community News following boys have earned the becoming a leader, 2) joining the 12-6-7 formula with
"Arrow of Light" the highest awardIn committee, or 3) backing the boys. winter. minor elements and

Cub Scouting under the able Please come and be counted in a very S weed killer.
effective
by Elizabeth Walker School, 9:30.: Morning Worship 11:00: leadership of our Webelos leader, worthwhile endeavor. 145
Phone 964-6683 with the Missionaries in charge. 5:30 DInnle Burch. They are, David WhIt- For further Information call Lbs.SOLb..

YPWW. tle, James Thornton, Patrick Diggs 964-8496. Bag Covers
Girl Scouts: Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ,,95 39
Church Tots 10 2500 Sq. Ft.
Girl Scout Troop 684 will meet Monday Tiny Bag
Wednesday September 24, 3 p.m. In rehearses. 7:30.: Senior Choir
the annex of Greater Allen Chapel rehearses Monday 8 p.m. Tuesday "

A.M.E. Church. Scouts who have not Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: Wed. All School Lunch Menus New! Round Rustic Wood = t
registered are required to register at circles will meet 7:30. McKays Circle '
this meeting. The registration fee will will meet at Mrs. Nancy Bradshaw's. '' '
be turned in September 30. Blye's Circle will meet at the home of BIRD.FEEDERS

We are planning for a good Scouting Mrs. Rebecca Daniels. Lee Circle will Southslde Starke. Lawtey, and mHk.Tuewday .
year. We are asking parents to meet at the home of Mary McClouds. Hampton Brooker Elemen- Sept. 23: Chicken rice, by HALIFAX Guaranteed 5 years .if '

cooperate and give volunteer'service Dinners will be sold from the kitchen and Bradford Middle green lima beans,wheat rolls ap- by manufacturer. ( /. I s '
Saturday and Sunday. Sunday School tary .
with the scouts. plesauce, cookie, and milk. I
Florida Council on Aging: 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- Schools: Wednesday Sept. 24 Stew beef,brown t #
The Concerned Citizens of Bradford Ing Worship 8 p.m. Monday,Sept.Z2i: Bar-B-Qued beef on rice, green beans, biscuits w/but- X1012 .l095 '
County Inc., Is sponsoring a trip for Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Ser bun, corn tossed salad peanut ter, peach pie, and milk. Reg. 10" 895 Reg. l lt
Senior Citizens to The Atlantis vice will begin with Sunday School butter cookie and milk. Thursday, Sept.25: Spaghetti w/meat
Theatre at Sea World Friday 9:30: with Smatha Harmon Supt. con- Tuesday, Sept. 23: Chicken Rice or sauce, cheese stix, garden salad,
September 19, 1980. Governor's Day. ducting. Family. and Friend will be noodles, green peas, cabbage slaw apple crunch, and milk. .
Governor Bob Graham will discussthe observed. Morning Worship 11 a.m. w/carrota peach half, V4 peanut Friday. Sept. 2s: Corndogs, baked 100% ORGANIC 6-6-6
new directions for policies recom- Clarence Williams will deliver the butter sandwich, and milk. beans cole slaw, mixed fruit,
mended by the Governer's Con- message. Baptism will be during the Wednesday Sept. 24 Cuban sandwich, chocolate cookie, and milk. f t General Purpose Fertilizer 9 5
ference on Aging. Additionally, the morning service. Dinner will be served green beans, fruit cup, applesaucecake t !. 3
Atlantis Theatre will present a variety 1:00: p.m. 3 p.m. Rev. C.W. Wright and milk. AIAoCARTEMonday 50 Lb.
of entertainment.The and choir from Lake City New St. Thursday Sept. 25 Tuna salad on let- Sept. 22: Hamburgers, Bag

bus will load at 5:30: In the Pigg- James will conduct service. tuce, crackers field peas, applesauce Cuban sandwich, .French fries, While Supply Laata .
ly Wiggly parking lot. The activity There will be a Memorial Servicefor cinnamon swirl bread, milkshakes. .
starts at 9:30. The bus will leave at ft the pastors who have pastored the and milk.. Tuesday. Sept. 23 Cheeseburgers,
a.m. to arrive on time.. church and died, during the afternoon Friday, Sept. M: Hamburgers, let- Pizza, French fries, milkshakes
Transportation Is provided by the service. Families of the Ministers. are tuce/tomatoes/plckle. French Wednesday, Sept. 24: Hamburgers,'

Community Education Program at Invited. fries, pear half, and milk. cheeseburgers, milkshakes,
Vo-tech School Mr. David Smith Pleasant Grove United Methodist orange juice French fries. September

director. For Information contact his Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Service Bradford High School menu Thursday, Sept. 25: Cuban sandwich, Only
office 984-9061. 3 p.m. There will be Baptism and hamburgers cheeseburgers _
Concerned Citizens of Bradford County Corner Stone Laying In this service.Mt. REGULARMonday. French fries, milkshakes.

Inc. Meeting: PUgah A.M.E. CIIurcll.Women'a : .Sept.22 Hamburger gravy, Friday, Sept.2*: Pizza hamburgers IIeb
The monthly meeting of the Con- Day will be observed Sun- mashed potatoes, turnip greens, French fries, milkshakes, orange
cerned Citizens of Bradford County, day beginning with Sunday School. cornbread, cake w/frult topping, juice.
Inc., will be held Monday, September Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church
22, at 7:30.: All interested members School Supt. and students will participate
and citizens are invited to attend. We with ML Pisgah. 10 a.m.
are still soliciting memberships.Dell There will be a guest speaker from 6EST PRICES Of The Season
Jacksonville Fla. there will bea
Chapter 168 O.E.S.i 3pm. .
There will be a called meeting Musical program. Choirs on NOW ON YOUR CHOICE OF TORO
Thursday (today) September 18. All Parade. .
members are asked to attend. The Church: of God of Prophecy Sunday NOTICE NOTIDE, MOTICE PREMIUM WALK MOWERS

Feast of the Five Tables will be sponsored School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 '
October 25,S p.m. The Masonic a.m. Evening Worship a p.m. 20
Family! and friends are Invited to this. First Born Church of The Living CITY OF STARKE :
gala affair. God: Tuesday 6:30 Bible Study. Friday TORO Rebate s 3Q

... Church Activities 6:30: Tarrying Study. Sunday
Johns Baptist Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning worship 11 *
st. OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES FOR THE YOU SAVE .SQI
School, 10 a.m. Choir rehearses each ..m. Evening Worship? p.m.
2nd and 4th Saturday ft p.m. All choir New Bethel Baptist Church Sun
members are asked to be present. day School only. Church service Sun- YEAR '1980 1981 ARE DUE I Haven't yon done without a TOROGARDEN Ion eno

Men's Day will be observed day September 28. , September 28, 1980. The public is in, Greater Allen Chapel AM.Church
vited.Mi. Sunday School will be held In connection OCTOBER 1, 1980 .
Moriah United Methodist Church with Mt. Pisgah. Morning Worship CENTER
:
Choir No.2 will observe their anniversary .- 11 a.m. MERRILL EDWARDS .
Friday 7:30.Sunday School 9:30. FStaewarSeptember 26. the Steward
Morning Worship 11 a.m. All. Board 2 and S will 9 0 M T R 0 t 830 6. Call ST. Open 9 sm-e pm
members and friends are Invited. observe their anniversary 7:30. All CITY CLERK
Church; of God In Christ Tuesday 6-7 members are asked to cooperate.The it S4S749n.nf I Ir

Prayer Study. FridayPastoral annual Women's Day program. ,

Teaching.., 7:30.: Sunday will terminate October_ _. -. ., .





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Page 10A TELEGRAPH September 18,1980 IIfAw"



The "Year of the Wildcats" : 1 1i







Macclenny Finally Beats BHS waBM&W&




with Terry Givens getting 131, chewed
The "Jinx" to over. SN.dld v s5.n. nearly four minutes before Tornadoes
is. ., up ''
Baker County has beaten w.M..M..r M.OM.IM M.rd.__.....da.l..r 5ha. + Kevin Reddish and Frank'
Bradford County In football.A -I Swindell came up with key stops to
bit of history l was ...Imm M...-.... finally end the drive. Wildcat Mike
.... .
night, September 13, In .t-..WMklM Ohm, N at...*.._I**(hM Ctaifc....).<(khk MMft. ) Brown pinched BUS back near its
the Baker High Wildcats ..Mw a.a5.a.d_........, goal line with a 36 yard punt to the six
the Bradford High .MHMrttt M H'P1"._(a.IN. ) and BHS never got out. Passes on
the I960 season opener for M.d third and two and fourth and two from
It was as any Macclenny .r.a.dw ...._ -II the 14 were off target and Macclenny ,i. d 't 1
survive the frenzied ....11 in*****. ".'60 had but to fall down and count off the d ) t
destruction of a goal post,will 11 M"I"..*. Ill' seconds till its celebration.
point out, the first win by a ..-....... --- art.15 "You've got to give all the credit to
ny football team over a .a 1..Yh.,1.N. 41Hrimm Macclenny they played well and
the 30 game and 36 year 11.M ..-... W deserved to win,' Tornado Head

rivalry. .. ,,
Ma.M.I.
Simply put, the bounces 5115......... *..., WMklM M I TO, OnfrlttM.
past have seemed to carom .MtfcM f-lt(I 101.::..),fmntf :..., more Macclenny-BHS .
ford's favor went r..1 O..ds.IJ 5 n, w'.AM..L They got Their Wish
this time. BHS made more I..aMw 5.dd11h. last Friday night's game, the group spilling out
..._S1..rl.csidelines on 13A The majority of the crowd at busted
mistakes than did the hosts.. pg. over the home bleachers at Macclenny, got their wish as the Wildcats a
Tornadoes just didn't string of 28 games without victory against BUS with the 17-15 win.

enough Macclenny to overcome led from their start Tornado'H and bleacher delegation was .......- ..-....... +... ..jt1YIUt ...

blowing out to an 11-0 lead aliveprimed for another of the .--. --wnnrrr ..,
( ''- nostwivss
Tornadoes had run off their come-from-behlnd wins BHS used In ,' _" .. -...
play from scrimmage and 1 1978 and 1976 to keep the streak alive. 0-r' ., i"., .........
17.7 advantage Into the This time the jinx ran out.BUS had ? ( !? ry .. ,. tdwrnet :
break mainly on the Just wasted too many chances. The = :: .Fh ... ; .
long halfback passes from ) Tornadoes had already been to the ..,.".. ,- "
Belford to Vlc Given Macclenny five yard line twice In the .. e.
BHS refused to fold though, second half with no points to show for
back in the last minute of their work. There last hope slipped
period to close within 17-13 away when, after fullback Mike Jordan -
scores In a span of 11 seconds. ran over three tacklers for a first
ty was followed Immediately down went 12 yards with a screen
yard return for a pass for another conversion,and bull- Can Tornadoes
Dwayne McBride on ed six more yards to the Macclenny:39
free-kick punt and the with six minutes left, quarterbackBill
were suddenly within a Goodge was enveloped he triedto
version of tieing the (BHS student pitch the ball out and fumbled. Rams ?
Wildcats stopped Mike at Friday Macclenny's Gordon Register fell on Get "Up"for Tornado of
of the goal on the conversion rally but his the ball with 5:50 to go and the'Cat offense -
with BHS as close as they to keep which scored on big pass playa The Week:
since the opening minutes the Tornadoes The challenge for Bradford High's 55) will stunt often and along with
full period left to play the 17-15. football team this week is to somehowput defensive tackle Bubba Cowart (no. Kenny Etheridge
last week's loss to Macclenny in 77, 6-2 232) are the best Eastside Senior cornerback Kenny
the history books and go on to game defenders and said sophomore Harold Etheridge was named Tornado football -
twoa home encounter with Miles (no. 33). ) Is their top offensive player of the week after Bradford
Gainesville Eastalde Friday night at 8 threat. High's opening game at Macclennylast
p.rri" Fullback Amos Brown(&-2192) will Friday night.
"This Is just the beginning"Hurse bull up the middle from the Ram Kenny, the son of Mr.and Mrs. Ken
said Tuesday. "With a lot of hard wishbone. Eastside has two Etherldge, started ai a Junior last
work and determination we can still quarterbacksGeorge DeBose (&-2 year but BUS Coach David Hurse said
have a big season. This Is when we'll 178) the runner, and Randy Woodard Etheridge played "probably the best
I find out what we're made of.The win (6-1 183), who is the better passer he's ever played," against Macclenny.
ners will show up." "They're going to try to pound up .
He had told the team Monday they the middle on us," said Tornado Etheridge's statistics weren't glittering -
r & G could still win the rest of the games on Secondary Coach Mike Hartley,offer- but he played virtually anerrorfree
11;cw / r
the schedule but Hurse admitted aftera Ing another perspective on the game.
u'e sluggish practice Monday that BUS "comeback" game.vlf we make'em "He didn't have any fumble
was down in the dumps. earn it we can beat them. If we cut recoveries or Interceptions or
"We've never lost to Macclenny so I our mistakes on offense and anything he just played his position
imagine there are doubts in their breakdowns on defense and make well and did a real good job on con-
minds right now," the veteran coach them drive 60 or 70 yards for their ntheoutside"explenedSecondary -
said. "Monday's practice was terrible scores we can win." Coach Mike Hartley.
r er5ww..e Ddanr ? I pulled 'em off the field becausewe Eastside handled Bradford; 39-7 last Players honored by the coaches this
just weren't getting anything year with its state-ranked team load- week were 'Defensive Back''"'

1980 Bradford High JV and Freshman TeamsThe 3rd row, 1. to r.. Richard AlvareS, Tom Johnson, Jimmy done. We'll just have to wait till practice ed with seniors.Advanced. Etheridge, Defensive LineKevin

BUS JV and ninth graders, who combine on the practice Scheming, Tony Hill, Andrew Patterson Mike Clark Ran today to see how infection they respond.Is going ................................ Reddish, Offensive BackMike Jordan
field during workouts, combined for this picture before dy Balkcom, Randy Wheeler, Kevin Johns, and Richie "That staph Bill Offensive LineBilly Shannon,
Fender. around and it's hit the varsity. Specialty Team-Dwayne McBride.

practice They are Tuesday.front row, left to right, Blaine Dyal Tommy 4th row, I. to r., Jason Bennett. Rick Braswell, Brad Goodge (quarterback) is in the Tickets Each weak during the football
Crosby, Robby Godwin, Stephen Spell, Eric McCleneghan, Russell Robert Carver, Jimmy Sewell. Greg Chambers, hospital,Chuck Williams has a boll on Still Available season the TELEGRAPH wilt honor
Gary Carter. Tony Bell, Larry Long. John Bennett, Vince Rick Wells Randy Alvarez, Anthony Lake Shawn Ihs knee,Shannon's(Billy)out,Brian Advanced tickets for Friday night's the Tornado of the.Week
Culver. n. and Randy Conners.2nd Struthers Jeff demons, and Rick Welch. Thomas is just getting to over it. Wedon't home football opener are on sale at ****** ******
row I. to r., Michael McDuffie, Ricky llvarei. Bo Sth row, I. to r., Roger Jefferson Billy Rehberg Jimmy know what's going happen by Bradford High School and the other
Harrison Brian Davis, Mike Carroll, Mark Pierce,Curtis Joyner Don Green. Wayne Cribbs, Martella Moore, Joe Friday. Is favoring the public schools In the county up
Jones, Craig Sapp, Melvin Randles, Andrew Strickland, Bo Prevatt, and Shannon King. At least one thing through Friday afternoon.
Wheeler, and Richard Warren. Not pictured are Doug Green and Gerald Pettaway. for Tornadoes BUS in the now.first Little week has and gone a half Advanced tickets are $2.50 for BuyingGold

adults, $1.50 for students in grades
the season but things aren't all roses '
at Eastside either. The Rams, who &-12,and$1 for students in grades K-S. &SihterHlphest
Eastside ended 10-2() last year and have been in BHS will have tickets until 3:30: p.m.
Meet
I Baby Tornadoes the playoffs two straight years, were Friday at the front office. Prices
before the
bulled around the field and defeatedby All tickets at the gate __ RAID -
game will be$2.110.
IHln
Jacksonville Bishop Kenny Also some Reserved Seat ticketsare Class Rings Etc.jCarrard .

With enough players to split Into JV and Godwin will play alongside each Other defenders will be noseguard their"Eastside opener last is not week.as strong as they still available at the front office Mold Co/
BradfordIIlgh's other on offense and as tackles on Curtis Jones and lineman Gary through Mrs. Wonda Prevatt. For$15 '
and Freshman teams Hurse 301 N. Liwtiy
of Hwy
the last couple years, _
varsity football defense while Bennett will see time at Carter, cornerbacks Sapp, Bo Mar were with (additional 50 cents per!game over .
junior few rez 91e2II
had problems -
ruing offense and at all the positions Alvarez, and the two said. "They a
enters the 1980-81 season tight end on rison, and Ricky and Bishop the adult price) buyers will have a
gram their offense Friday night
of optimism that right now is across the front on defense. players Stevens says "are probablythe reserved seat for all five home
a wave both the players and "We're asking a lot of Bennett, he's two best hitters back there"- Kenny ran the ball right at them. games.
carrying staff. going to be a key for us,"Stevens said monster Larry Long and safety. "They do have some talented
coaching its before practice Tuesday. "Right now Melvin Randies. athletes though. Their entire offen-
campaign The Baby on Tornadoes the road today JV opens, Thursday he, Spell, and Larry Long are our Ninth grader Rick Braswell will sive line Is back and they still have
Gainesville Eastside leaders. probably handle the kicking duties that agresslve (translation: stunting)
18 at
Sept. ,
"
Offensively the two big with Long doing the punting.The defense
for a 4 p.m. game, a id plays its home and Godwin will BHS JV Coach Lanier Clyatt
,
next Sept. 25, at 7p.m. sophomores, Spell other ninth graders who are expected
Thursday.'
opener. Gainesville High School. be trying to open holes for starting to make the trip to Gainesvilleare scouted the Rams last week and
against and backups and Don warned that Eastside is no weakling.
22 JV players and seven from the quarterback Craig Sapp Wayne Cribbs, Doug
ninth-grade team will be making the Vince Culverson and Richie Fender Green, Tom Johnson, and Eric Lane "Bishop Kenny was tough" he said.
), and runnIng Clyatt said linebackers Jimmy
and (one of the ninth-graders
Eastside with Stevens
trip to and backs Bruce Simmons Curtis Jones (no. 50) and Mike Dixon (no.
Assistant Coaches Lanier Clyatt
Cole Childers. The Freshman roster Jones, Michael McDuffie, Long and II rnii I

Includes 35 players, most of whom Culverson. Andrew
The wideouts are
will see their first game action October
7, when the frosh teams visits Strickland, Tommy Crosby, and Kvysfcon HvlghtBSportsmen's
Macclenny for its opener. Melvin Randies, with Mike Carroll 0
"Those ninth graders should be sharing action at tight end with Ben- ClubCelebration

tough," said Head JV Coach Rick nett.Guard -
Stevens. "and the junior varsity Blaine Dyal and tackle Tony .'
should be able to hold its own with Bell round out the starting offensive i
S Godwin, and Bennett on the front and will also play defense. Dyal
ell will probably start at linebacker with Nil. m
The players Stevens was talking Bennett while Bell joins Carroll at ( ee
about are two-way line standouts defensive end. Adding depth to the I Keystone Airport
Stephen Spell ((190 pounds) Robbie line are Bo Wheeler and Eric
Godwin((200),and John Bennett.Spell Mclenaghan. ---- )

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CONTEST RULES

1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employee and their Im3))In ca..of tie*we will uie the total paint cored In the
mediate families are w.lcom. to .nt.r, but th.r. U a Bradford County
High Schoolgam. each w..k (
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limit of on. entry per perion .ach wo.k. the Tornado. week .
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open )a* a tiebreaker. Plea fill In
the point you think will be cored>> by the Tornadoes and
2)) Th. .ntry must b. on an official blank from the their' opponent combined In the tiebreaker blank.For Instance .
TELEGRAPH and must b. dropp.d off at one of the participating ilnce the core In lost week' BHS game was a
budneue or the TELEGRAPH' office' before 4 Maccl."", 17 Tornados IS,the correct total core wo
p.m. each Friday aft.rnoon. Fill In an the blank with 32 points
.Ith.r the name of the t.am you think will win' or"tie" 'If
you think the game will .nd In a $ .. The p.non.who. 4)) All decision' of the fudge are final. _
pick' the most game right! will win the top pr.... .

LIMIT: ONE ENTRY PER PERSON! NO PURCHASE..NECESSARY!
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NOTICE O'INTENTION RAMSEY -400 /. CherrySt. Bradford County. 9/4 ly operated In Sta...,

.. Storks, FL 4tpd 9/23j Bradford County. Florida Pop Warner RoundupAll : I
TO REGISTER 32091.. ..-ownen, doing AFFADAVIT since' September. 1976. Legals
.Forsyth
FICTITIOUS business 01 THE William"
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NAME YOUNGER. HI W.GENERATION Call St.-. STATE OF FLORIDA Jr.Sworn to and subscribed "" four Bradford Cowboy team will be home tor'
COUNTY OF BRADFO.DBEFORI \
Pursuant to Section Stark., Fl 32091. Intendt .before mo this 23rd game at the BHS stadium this Saturday, Sep 13, Cowboy Jr Pee Wees

865.09 Florida Statutes, to register laid llctltlaul ME this day day of February 1978.
notice li h.r.by given name under the provisions personally appeared Patricia L. Crawford rloge hoi been tiled SATURDAY'S POP WARNER SCHEDUlEi Blank Keystone

that the underllgned of oforeiald WILLIAM V. FORSYTH.JR. Notary Public Slat of ogolntt you TERRY J. 10 ..m.- Mlddl.burcj at Cowboy Jr. P_W..*. Timmy Seeley scored all three .

JOHN E. CRIFFIS. 434 N. ,'atu,.. ., sole owner of told Fla. at Large ROSIER, and you or* required Noon- Orang Park Dolphins at Cowboy Mltoy Mllef. touchdowns and a hard-hitting
Orange St., Slarke, FL Dated this 28th day of Forayth Plumbing who 9/4 4tpd 9/23. to MCV a copy of 2 Cowboy defense blanked Keystone'sStealers
p.m. Orang Park Boar at ,..Ws.
32091 and JOHN E. August A.O. 1980 In being duly' sworn your written' defense, If Cowboy in an 18-0 opening game win
deposes and says: 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT any to It. on the plain 4 p.m.- Orang Park at Cowboy Jr. Mldg.ts.r for the Bradford Junior Pee Wees
1. That I hove EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tiff's attorney what 13 In Lake Butler.
Saturday Sept. ,
'3lahn 11: r Starko, Bradford County AND FOR BRADFORD DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq.. from his offensive line, scoring on
'' Florida known For* COUNTY. PIERCE R HARDY P.A.,
Reg. Real Estate Broker as and
campers of 25, 49. and 30 yards
1030
since P.O. Drawer
syth Plumbing
nOW.C.lllt. September, 1976. Civil Action Case No. S...... Florida. 3201 on totaling 108 yards rushing in the win.
', Starke 2. That tho first ad- 80-338. or before October 16 The second of those TD 1 was set up
964-5527 droll of the business' In re: Th. Marriage of 1980 otherwise a judge by Oarrel Grace's third quarter In
rd known at Fortyth Plumb ARCHIBALD. C. ROSIER mint may be entered terception.: That put the Cowboys up :
t.. .n Ing woo Route I. Box Husband Plaintiff vs against you 'for the relief 12-0 and with hitters like Ron Thomas
DUPLEX 29-F', Starxa. Florida. TERRY J. ROSIER wile demanded In the complaint Dennis Glover, and Darin Patterson

.*4av../$3'.000 3. That tho present address Defendant.NOTICE or petition. on defense Keystone never threatened -
of tho business WITNESS my hand and ...... that advantage.
'2 I.. I Ba. LR. Kit., an each side, brlck.land.coped yard known as Forsyth Plumb OF SUIT the teal of this Court on d.

Ing I I. P.O. Box 648 NO PROPERTYTO September 3 I9M.
NEW LISTINGS Hayes Avenue, Starfca, : TERRY J. ROSIER Address Gilbert S. Brawn A>
Beautiful. wooded comer lot SR100-CR23S North Florida. Unknown. Clerk of the Court By: NOTICE

'large frame hou...4 bed, 2 both.apt. an...... $28,500 4. That tho business' YOU ARE HEREBY Marian McRoe, a. Deputy
known as Forsyth Plumb- NOTIFIED that an action Clerk.
owner financed. for Dissolution of mar- 102.NonCI. THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF
has been conllnucut 9/I14tchg FINANCE
'5 Morel, downtown SIo.... ranted, $''.000. 29% down Ing
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own. fin.'Block .
building on 301 North. Great business' location. FRULKNER m OPSHERIFFS BRADFORD. COUNTY FLORIDA WILL
SALE
Zoned Commercial. ,
'3 BR, 1 Be, Greenhouse,
.. Notice Is hereby given
REALTY 9&450&5RIALTO. that I I. Dolph 1, Reddish HOLD AN EMERGENCY CALLED MEETING
Special Sheriff of Bradford County
'" .J have In
Florida my
"Beautiful corner lot .t Country Club. First tlm. on possession ,the following
mark at. described' properly: FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE CONSIDERATION -
221 St.Across from Wishbone
'2 Trailer Po.... Lafayette
'1 traitor park I 11 trailers. Apprex. 6 acres. Fenced. 1 eo. Farmall Cub OF'A IN-
'1 trailer park II trailer. 2 BR. frame house, barn. op* RESIDENTIAL Tractor; Serial No. RESOLUTION TO REVISE
prox. 22 acre.. fenced patturaland. LARGE down. paymant. .II.6iQ.J./. />e Acre. 119683
Owner will finance balance '3SR.1S, on nice lot In town. SIS.OOO. SI.000 down. 5 ea Plow Shanks
,3BR.IB.$': BsV 2ata S>. S19.SOO. 6 ea. Plow Sweeps COME LIMITS FOR ELIGIBILITY FOR PAR-

Wo Handle Rentals '''..11. Completely' remodeled. 'In town. 1 ea. Claw Hammer
'''..2' Con. Ilk home on .pp.... one acre 'In town 1 aa. Aduitabla|
'1 BR turn apartment. 8110; '! BR unfurn. apt. SIM; '2 ,3SR.IB BulffirsflBrl. ..tftsistpfsrms. $28.000. Wrench TICIPATING IN THE SINGLE FAMILY
'1 unfurnished
unfurnished house
BR unfurn. apt. S2SO| 2 BR '3IR.'%/. Fireplace. Screened perch cbalnllnk fence. I ea. Garden Ho*
apartment. 'IIR.IB-Beautiful comer lot In Green Acre. 2 ea. Garden Seeder
COMMERCIAL' PROPERTY '18R.1B, Con Ilk. Clot to tchoolt. Immaculate. 2 ea. Garden Sprinkler MORTGAGE REVENUE BOND PROGRAMOF
US 301. Air conditioned afflcel. Great
1 warehouse on Horn
'Two Story Frame Home-Call St.
location. '2BR.1B, Family Room. Southgat.. 828,800. S ea. Section Irrigation
'I Tackle and Bait business. Largo Inventory. Hose THE AUTHORITY.This .
On. city block 'In downtown Storks, lust| walling for the ACREAGE
right bu.In.... Great opportunity far downtown mall. .I" acre with well and sep tlc tank. Hwy 227. The above described
el I largo warehauta. opprox. 4,000 sq. ft. Needs roof and 29.8 acre with 490 pecan tree. property will be sold at meeting will be held Monday,

,.pol... Hoi floor and standing ..all.. '2 ecre.-Wliwn. Rd.-Moblle Nona hook-up. 1:00: p.m. on Monday
.INVESTORS DREAM .4 acros-fofibd<9d at/iced.; 11000. 29th day of September,
Income Property Will'Pay Par.Itself '1% acres rfclngsley Lake .....Nlc. Oaks. 1980: place of said sole Sept. 22 1980 AT 6:30 P.M. in the COMMISSIONERS' -

'I small apartment complex. Handymen's special! 4 rental '30 acrot-3U. 28, brick home 229 West being Bradford County

unlit' possibly 3.I .S acres, hjS> Qd4gr J/DJ.IIOO./ Terms. Jail corner of Pratt and of the BRADFORD
'I small frame hau... "0.9$ ecres with nice Frame .--. Broadway Streets ROOM
'1 largo frame hou... Needs repairs.. Residents or 4 ,18 acres "..1'/01. Con. Blk. horn. $....000. Stark, Florida.

apartments ((4 ... 4 BA). '2.4 oc.... Hampton. Electric septic. and city water. This tale being field In COUNTY COURTHOUSE STARKE
'1 2 BR frama house. Apartment on tide. Zoned com '12.9 acres 17x5*' M.H. Terms. ,
compliance to Florida
mercial. 'IBR, 28, L([ bRpn jRDreokfa> nook.7A.S79OOO. Statutes, Chapter 705

Please call ut to Hit your property. MOBILE HOMES and 943.....wll: seized or FLORIDA.

John I. Clever '12'.'"* with Family Rm, carport utl. added I0r.199* abandoned property. -
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Reg. Real Estate Broker lot.I2'x. ..'. with 10.10 dining room S. IVale porch. Dolph E. Reddish W.Roberts
124'xuy lot. Sheriff Bradford County George .
Lu Green Sanders Florida.
AesodateI I '12'.'"' 38R. irxjr patio. Furnished. 1OO/.I04' lot. .
'12''.'"' out of Starfce. S12.SOO.
en one acre |lust
9/18 923.PUBLIC .
'12'.'"' plus unfinished ir.W bulft-on.Apprax. 3 ...... 2tchg Jr.
Roberts $''.000. ( rUlill e
C Ontu !Jar
LOTS NOTICE (

2I. Real Estate 'IIS'xIlS' lot In town Water, Sewer and electric on lot State of FloridaDepartment ;t. REALTY

new. .93 ecre. 82,000. T....... of Chairman

We have several nice building lot to choose from Environmental' Regula. ., : -: .
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986 N Temple tion. < ;. ] 'U :1 1 1CEClU
964- 7828 COMMERCIAL. Pursuant to Section : PHONE 964.1716TERWILLLGAR
Store building downtown. Completely remodeled. Excellent 403.088(4)( ). Florida
GEORGE ROBERTS Broker condo 205 N. Templer Starke
Only 825.000. Statutes, the Department .
Ovar 2500 square feet In stare building. Call St. of Environmental, Any comment or ob- 3426 Bills Rood Jackson \>." ...
ASSOCIATES '''0' frontage Hwy 301. 2 acres with 30x7e' building. Regulation hereby gives' |actlon* to the issuance villa. Florida 32207. Wayne Douglas s Broker-Salesman
Weekends end Evening Call $88,000. Good Terms. notice that It It considering of the Temporary Operation Copies of the application Telephone-944-4593
Richard Roberts- ,,,,.1595 Judith Flynn ''''.13'' Hwy 301 North Approx US' frontage. Con. Blk. lid,. Issuing a Temporary Permit must be submitted are available for
Ann Godwin 944-5859 Patsy Sllcax. 944-4579 "6.000. Term. Operation Permit far the In writing and be public Inspection at the We Mil have wonderful bargains In Stork.

Norman Heddlnq.964.7420 Kay Waters. 944-4941 'Commercial Bldg.-Withlngton St., $''.000. following water polls received within thirty abo... office during Bradford County and the Immediate area ".".,
John R.Smith-944-4217 tion source: ((30)) day from the data regular office hours. then anywhere In the United Stare Preots takeadvantage
WATERFRONT APPLICANT: City of of thl* notice In order to
Stale of Florida. of'h.... while we have fhe opportunity.
HOMES STARKE2BR. Crosby lake-Restricted hameslte..100*ffrontogo. Broker Stark. be granted considerationby
Deportment of En. Thtre It lime like the
no prssentf
IB, Block fenced 42S Pinewood Dr. Owner. SOURCE NAME: S.T.P. the deparlmant.Pleaie TerwJIfagor
'3BR. I'/>'. Block nice 1320 Searing St. Over 2 acre with 200' frontage on Block Creek. Small SOURCE LOCATION: submit them to: vlronmental D.R'aulotlon.Jacob yarn, Really ft large enough to offer a bread choice of
Small home, ..nlal'nv..tm.nt.' low price-Cherry St. Cottage. Edwards Rd.RECEIVING. Slate of Florida Sacratary.Itchg918.. listingsyet/ small enough la extend prompt personal

"Frame home, 3BR18. clean I neet-Pratt St. WATER Department. of Environmental service.

,am. ham., good location 2BR,2B-Park. Place Susan M. Faulknr-REALTOR>944-5045 NAME: Alligator Creek. Regulation '
large frame home. I.. yard, I Plreplaces-S. Water St. Irene L.Faulknar,REALTORASSOCIATR944S142Luclll ITS INCREDIBLEWe're

Stone fireplace, ".. 28 LR, D.. PR-Pratt St. *Connor Spry-IROKER SALESMAN-94.5420 People.In Touch With People I
'4 BR 38. largo, screened roc room-S.aring St. 'Doctor, lawyer Merchant, Chief we welcome the
W*have several types of financing available. discriminating' executive or profonlonol 300" of clean
OUT-OP-TOWN HOMES
Property Management Services Available. ESTATE white beech on Lake Geneva with 4 modern residenceson
'318 South. REAL
28, Stucco, Fireplace 301 APPRAISALS
IB 2.75 acres. What a marvelous chunk of property)
2BR. Frame, large polio SR125$ Wett.
'large lot 2 mobile homes-Sampson lake Rd.Frome. PREFERRED. PROPERTIES

4 ".11. nice workshop, over 4A-Hampton.B.oulllul. ,.Homo, wkihp.Rd.100W 3 BR, CHBA R. patio $19,500.
4 BR,2B, brick opx. IOA-W. of Lawt.,. Ralph Bryan Real! Estate Prat. Nearly now 3 BR. 1"% Bath, Parkwood Sub.S33.400.

Double garage, 2BR.1V4S. C Block ap. 3A. SR 14W. i ) C BUHNS INi R/MRMB .414 W. Adklnt .frame 4BR. IVS 13.900 Owner fin.
.Brick, 3 BR. 2B garoe. op. IVA.-SR 100E. oIll{ 1040 Plnebreeie Dr. $44.000% fin.Top Quality Ham.
"Frame. S Il. 18. Ig.o ilbldg..opx. .'/. A.-Stern Rd. I 1
310 W. Cod sr. m li s .404 W. Adklns. House 8 iff 1001 lot $13,500.
New Cypress home, 28R.1B. 1OA.-off Baylett Hwy. SEE YOUR R REALTOR .Crystal Lake Homo 3BR 1MB CHIA fireplace "' 5.000.

'28, 11. L.. FR. kltch.n-dining/ .Cryslol lake A.Pool. (Cor. US 301 .A Call SI.) .CI Homo off Rd. 18-3 acres $44.500 mt,. $28.000 9%.
FP, 3BR. 28. Brick-Country Club area 9648788. ANYTIMEPRICE J 964-5231 .Miniature Penderosa I3V4 Acres, unique home.
large approx. 8A-, 3BR, 28 S... 1008. 1125 Nell Ct. $37SOO-$7,500 down-fin. $30.000 10%.
':3 I.. I'. L.. DR, apx. I acre lot-S.R.. .IOOI. [ REALTORis a 1 8R 3 Edwards Rd. Hat everything14,900..
Brick home, approx. 32 acres S..R. 121. SLASHED RO SUI, Just Out registered collective .3 3R 28 16 Acre Brownlee Rd. Cattle country.844,500.
3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths,
ACREAGE IS3.110O L .,., vZSh claw 10 all|| conveniences| membership mark .3 BR 28 Ranch CHIA I2A for garden.Rd,225-(43.500.

'7 ocr... 2 trailer hook-ups Crosby Lake Shores. 38R 2SA-Fam. Rm. Fireplace. CHIA Advertise fn the now listing at 823.50O. which may be used only 135 yr. old hame(2940.". ft.). Hampton 13 AcS)3.5OO.Eastwood .
Lake Lot Sampson lake To$49,900 for quick tale. Classified Section ) by real estate professionals Drive. 3 BR 2 8-Coxy I convenient.(31.900.
Approximately S acres In Lawt., Area I I Handy Man who are .215 N. Broadway, freshly pointed big lot. 31000.
'B'/t Rd. .407 Milton Terrace sensible 31000.
acres an Fortyth
needed far this bedroom
2 members of the NA.TIONALASSOCATION
'4 acr..-Off SR133. BUSINESS amd COMMERCIAL. .Furnished, MH en VA Acres 20000. Neat.
'V, acre Mobile Home 'lot Woodland Ac,... FLORIST 'In Ideal location Inventory, equipment.. FLORIUUI9' home Just on approximately' t ( ..3 3R homo ft I acre Wilson Rd. $14.300.

.1.autllullO acre.-Ceuntry Club eree. and .'2".000CO.NE. acre 10000. OF REALTORSand .421 W. Adklnt, 2 '". carport fenced '''.GOO.

Nice lot Counlry Club.BUSINESS .LOT. .432 feet an US 301..547.000. termt. REALTY 'Ownsr Will Finance subscribe to its strict BUSINESS/ OPPORTUNf

AND INVESTMENTS HOMES Phone 94-7790)) this 9 bedroom cone..'. Code of Ethics. .750 W. Madison/ former Mobil tta-823,000.
COUNTRY LIVING Block/Brick' ',Inn. 3 or 418,1'a..
ft. 393 : block homo beautiful ..19.. Walnut New large, warehouse-$82,500.
9,000 tq. building w/approx. acr.U.S.301.I'ld N. Temple Avenue on a
CH8A Sep. OR. Eol-ln Kit.. Ig. LR with Franklin fireplace,
lot has control hoot I alt. Greet properly across from Holiday 'Inn-Own.Fln.
WW for anolhar home ( trailer this 2
carpet room or ) an
...$34,000 owner financed. WI CAN'T PUT A STAR BY greet for family living k-404 N. Cherry 2 largo, nicely furn. apis. Own. fin.
ANY OF THESE LISTINGS 838.800. Store I Apis en SOI-good pot.ntlal-awner fin.e7000 .
i .IVATI.ACK YARD I GARDEN AREA Block 3 BR,2BAFom.
THEY ARE ALL NEW. AND ft. CI bldg. en Rd. 14E Owner fin.
Rm., Range B ...., drapes, plenty storage, sq.
( garage.Inslde FAIR PRICED. Mobil. Homecommor.( ) I college on Madison St. Owner
r ( utility. CHBA. Carpet . . Only $40,000. Homo. lots t. ....Income lour 'u.... .ntlll.-Coll fin
::!Z44 .ROOM FOR ANIMALS on. Acres3BR, IBe. I ecref. [19r, owner OmuIff:2I. $500 I Bay 55,000.large .
Frame..141.000.PENC'O FOR RENTS Th. old Powell financed plenty of .h.... apt. complex' en 301, goad cash flow, own fin.
home S bedroom and 4 trees excellent lermi ACREAGE
YARD- 3BR. 1BA, Black... Close In.320.000
Offices 782-3931: Hornet 7B2-3B94 HAMPTON 3BR, ISa.. Ig. .''',200. bathi. Call form' appointment ....",, i '20 Acres Rd.. 100 W 827.990 Owner financed

Flnenclng Specialists HANDYMAN 4.Room Frame on I Acre . . .....000 to discuss this large 4.78 Acres Rd. 230A I Wilson Rd. 11700.
Bond; Program Conventional loom Owner Financing LOTS I ACREAGE haul*. 'Brick Fireplace SHOWCASE '40 Acres Hampton S40.00O 8% Interest-Owner 'fin

FmHA a VA FHA 2O3b( ), 203V). 238. 243 Exchange FOREST HEIGHTS. Restricted '/ Acre lot. SJ.5OO I up. 3 bedroom 2 both Brick' '17 prime sores on Rd. overlooking' Hampton lake
"Your test buy In A New Home Is an Existing, Homo." ROLLING HILLS. (Baylei Hwy) I Acre I up- S3.SOO I up. FOR RENTS 3 bedroom Contemporary, full carpet PROPERTIES.INC. 0" ecrei-Rd, 100-owner will finance.
10% down 3 '....12%. home an N. Walnut Street. equipped kitchen control 02.' acre Hampton-Owner financed-85.50O.
'1SR Pirn .59 Ac. Old hoc 81 01,. $44.400.Klngtley ReslrorSox .
en : 20 ecrei 301 N. railroad $4.500
OWNERS ANXIOUS TO SILL3BR LAWTEV- 301- 3 acres to 24 ,..- beautiful oak*, city prim an acra.awn.fln.
Oaks '''.000. Own. pin.12x10 FOR SALT 2 trailer on .
13 acre 301) I Morgan Rd. Owner finance
water 8 sidewalks, $3OOO 12% down 10 1338 $39,000.
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2BA Prim on 3 Ac. per acre. yrs.
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j MH Irdl'Stocked 9'A%. Breaker .Rd., appro I lakeA .8.I' sores Orlffll leap-timber_awn. fin. 10500.'
Pond. Fenced Petla. 12.20'Toolshd..8)Assume lend. Owner crowd Keystone Hots 32656
acre at pleeter, 4bedrooms. '
3.5 acres near Presbyt.Church ft
LAWTEV ARIA2'A seas $3,000- Acres $ .000. 20% h..plt.l-mak. offer.tors .
2 10% Mtgt. -
Ac. Own. Pin. $"._. financed 2 full baths
(....* 849,80. 42000. 'A DARLING 3BR Frm. down. yrt 10% ((40 acres available' ). central hen I air." 473-4903 ran VESTMENT
OFF 301-10 .c,..plnes-secludd. .... $13,000 824.000 hugo Club Estates"
"Country Lets ISMS combined "
Ham. on L... Lot. Space 10 so..i. financing by covered pavllllon approx. .000.
38R. 2BA CI FP C H/A Garden OFF RO. 123-.10 acres en graded ,..d. .'''.100 terms owner, with 15% down.. lt.l, I'A acres of land KEYSTONE AREA .I a.... well tank ..., pump house, utll. bldg.(5.500.
100 .". ft. 1.3 Ac. Lg. 524far.000. FORSYTH RD. 20 Acres- barn well/sepllc/elec. .833.000 an. of Florida's best BRADFORD COUNTY .7 Trailer lots Brownloe Rd.20% dn.per aero $...000.

Oaks 'VA REPO 4BR IV. BA 2 HAMPTON ARIA.. 354 Acres- 81.500 per oc,.. lots ./. octet 1* .cr... I...... 92000. ISOxISO1 commercial.. 301-owner fin. $33.000.
0'547,000. Story Homo with 2 FP. I CALL US AT',.. .7.. ANYTIMI -DAY OR NIGHTII' toned Italian.LARGE 2-yeer-old brick homo on Country Club let ISO x 383'-nice location-$10.000.Hampton .

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I more Hacclcnriy-BHS Foot ball Iro ?g.10A

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Coach David Rune reflected Tues from rallying to victory.On defense. BUS players and fans griped
day. The BHS Fleldhouse.was decWe- its first two possessions after In that McBride was already down when
wake somber than usual In,the termtsl,+lon BUS marched to the Mac-, the 'Cats stole the ball.
of the flattening IOM. "It's clenny but five but came away with
usually been them making the nothing.; First, after Goodge converted -
mistakes and us capitalizing on them three straight third down BUS. did get some points from r
to win. This time we made the situations with runs the Tornadoes, weapons other than its offense. With
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mistakes and they took advantage of backed up via a five yard penalty and 40 seconds left in the third period and f
because them. I'm still proud of our ballclub an 11 yard sacking of Goodge.Clark's Macclenny punting the center snap
the kids never quit believing 41 yard field goal try fell at the bottom sailed Into the endzone and Brown ran
until the last that they could come of the
back. goal posts. the ball down and continued through
Until the The second time up for the offense the end zone for a safety. That made
done thought many t habeforegaiinet after an interception by Reddish antireturn the count 17-9 and McBride pulled
so to the Wildcat 26 went the BUS withlng) two points at 17-15. -, -
Macclenny. same way.Good for seven to, when he took the ensuing free punt{ Stacking up the InsideThe
"We had four big breakdowns the 15. Dwayne McBride then knifed and broke out of a pack of tacklers at Tornado =
defensively," was the way Secondary through a hole split by Shannon and the 'Cat 40 for a 54 yard TD punt Inside In last week's defense gave ground on the Hanks but little Pictured are Emmett Watkins ((32)). Frank Swindell < )
Coach Mike Hartley summed up the Luke but after being tackled at the return. Jordan's conversion run to tie Here stack loss to Macclenny., Kevin! ReddIsh 51)( )> Mark Crew (8:1: Charley Brown (91. i'l
they
Plays toss, re and twothe aroundgend five lost the ball to the WildcAt the game was stopped short. up a Wildcat run. partially hidden), and David Sparks 41)).

big yardage.
The Wildcats dropped the first
bomb on BItS on their first posses
lion. It was first and 10 from the 39 '
after three ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFERTWIClTHIPRINTSGetanextrasetofprintswithovery"
running plays when '
Belford took a pitchout, ran for the :
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right comer, and then stopped and IcE roll of color or black and white print film developed and
spiraled the scoring pasa to the printed... TODAY.AND EVERYDAY. .
waiting Givens, who was wide open. .. TWICE. THE FILM Get two rolls of print film for the price
The snap for the conversion was bob- of one Kodacolor or blacK and white,when you have your
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Mike but Brown Macclenny picked it quarterback up and Improvised a .' a a name you cana" firm processed at Eckerd's... TODAY AND EVERYDAY.Excednn ..

a two-point pass to ErIc
Raulerson for an 84 lead with just
2:08 gone in the 1980 season. ,
That margin went to 11-0 In Just
over three minutes. On the first tornado

offensive play Goodge, who was j
the main Macclenny target aU night
and as such was bottled up with Just
28 yards rushing was pounced on lIP
behind the line of scrimmage and !! I

Tornado fumbled the 19. ball over to Belford at the ) .

BHS backed the hosts up, thanks to .
two penalties for 20 yards against ,
Macclenny: t but then came ENERGIZER
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toughened as linebacker Kevin Reddish -
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tackle: Frank Swindell floored Vic
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Brown booted 28 yard field goal for ., -

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Bradford High's Lady Tornadoes The BHS girls had trouble settingall lost by two points. the last three points,, including an ace ....
"played lousy" ai Coach loa Harvey night long and let leads disappear BUS came back to \Us the match on game point. Thomas and Tracy ;
put It, and lost their volleyball opener in both games they lost. In the open- 1-nll with a 15-10 win In game two as Hanker-son each hammered a pair of would like
I to Clay High at home Tuesday night, Ing game Bradford led 7-3 and U-7 but Terri Thomas served a five point string spikes for winners off lets by Lorraine M1''t+9y l;k I to.
Sept. 16, by a 15-13,10-15,15-11 count. coukm't finish the Lady Devils off and for BHS and Lisa Alvarez served Base and Lisa Alvarez. 1 i
BITS quickly fell behind 4-0 in the

I ----_._----_. .- third game but fought back to take 1' express myappreciation
control 8-4 as Baas won three serves
and Vaunda Brown strung four service e14A'
points together. But again the to
Lady Tornadoes apart as, despite .
spike winners t by Thomas and ''I'o: ,; 1
.r Hankerson, the Clay team slowly the people of
closed the gap and eventually won } )a ?rh

15-11. ,
The Lady Tornadoes 0-1 after the
match to Clay's 2-0, try to get on track Starkefortheir consideration and
when they visit Santa Fe Thursday
a 6 p.m. match.
They play at home again Monday support Thank You Jimmy Crosby, Jr.
IMwr.II night. Sept. 22, at 7 p.m, against Mac-
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Girls Volleyball Schedule ,

1980 _

TII 9/18 Santa Fe A 6
i M 9/22 Macc1enny 117 ; Fall
Clearance
Th 9/25 Gainesville High A I
M 9/20 St Augustine 11 6
T 9/30 1\1.ddleburg. I17 .
Th 10/2 Santa Fe 11 1 -SALE-
M 10/8 Macc1enny A 4
T 10/7 lIawthorne 117Th G
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T 10/14 10/20 10/13 Clay Mlddleburg Buchholl IIlgh A A A .7 4:30NI :30 !S-:25: % offIi' '

Th 10/23 Gainesville Iligh H 7
T 10/28 Buchhola II 7
1\1 11/3 Hawthorne A .:30 on Houseplants

Tornado Volleyball Team DIstrlct'Tourna ment-l l/s-7 ; "
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The 1980 Bradford High girl volleyball team Is: lint Top row standing left. right, Vonda Kay Hell Patricia Sectional Regional Tournament-ll/11 &
kneeling left to right Lorraine Buss, Hope Jackson, Slocum, Pamela Sams, Coach Inca Harvey, Lisa Alvarez, Tournament-Il/14
I Terri row Thomas Vaunda Brown, and Tracy Hankerson. Renee Wimberly, Pal McNeal, and Myra CU lmlngs. Coach-ineillarvey [! 0 ; Hanging Baskets



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Tennis Lessons Pepsi Hot ShotCompetition May I, 1980, and not 13 before( June 1 Ir
1981; IMS: where boys and girls can On Certain
Set for Monday'sThe Set not have reached their isth-birthda: L

Starke Recreation Departmentwill The Starke Recreation Departmentwill before June 1, 1981; 13-18: when
be offering tennis lessons Monday be sponsoring a local Pepsi Hot competitors can't have reached theii y
mornings from 9:30: to 10:30: a.m. if Shot competition in October. 19th birthday by June I, 1S81. r0- Other Plants
enough interest in the classes is The competition, sponsored by
shown. Pepsi-Cola with the cooperation of the Younger GenerationPool t..
There will be no charge for the National Basketball Association, is a
lessons but each pupil must bring a basketball shooting contest measur- Tournament
racket and a can of tennis balls. ing the ability of youngsters aged 9-18 Is SaturdayThe
Call 964-6792. to score from different on the RsiersNursery
court. Players have one mints to fire Younger Generation soda shopon ..
Arts & Crafts off as many baskets as they can,with Call St. next to the Florida Theatre
points awarded according to the will be putting on a pool (billiards)
Classes SlatedArts toughness of the shot. For instance a tournament for boys and girls aged < .
& Crafts classes will be held layup is worth two points while a 10-18 Saturday night starting at 7 p.m. "
each Thursday afternoon from 1 to 3 24-foot shot from the top of they key Is There will be four age groups -
at the Starke Old Armory if worth five and a 15-footer from the 10-12,13-14,15-16, and 1718with the
p.m.
enough people sign corner bags three points. winner of each age group( winning a Tuning Up 301
up. S. Walnut 964-6214
There will be no charge for the The local event will be Thursday, trophy. Boys and girls will compete David Williams,the 11-year-old son
classes, and students are welcome to October 9, at 3 p.m. against each other. of Mr. and Mrs David and Linda
bring in their own Ideas. There will three age groups in both Entry fee is 75 cents and the Williams,looks like a pool shark as he
For more call the Recreation the girls and boys divisions: 9-12: for deadline for entries is 6:43: p.m.Satur- cues up for a shot In an 8-ball game .. -

Department at 964-6792. contestants who are nine before or on day night. Monday afternoon at Starke's new -
soda shop-game room, the"Younger ... ..," .
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Now's the time to Jut up or shut up.It' nla ((23) while outnumbering such grid hotbeds as Ohio Experience ...1 I worked two years with the Union County Road Dept. building
((12)) and Pennsylvania ((11))and bordering Georgia ((9)) and
roads and drainage ditch**. I hay work.d as a salesman and service -
Fri- ,
easy to go to the Tornado football games every Alabama ((5)
day night, a basketball game or wrestling match a coupleof station own.r for 6 years. The past 21 years I have worked In
nights a week in the winter and assorted baseball Of the 22 "can't-miss" prospects from Florida five the agricultural field of custom farm service. In 1975 I opened the
games,track meets, and tennis matches in the spring and chose Charley Pell and HP's Gators, three from the
shell out a couple of bucks for a two hours of Miami area chose to stay home with the University of retail store, Moonlight Enterprises, at the Bradford ft Union Countyline
entertainment- (bargain nowadays. Even easier to get Miami, the 11-1 season and Orange Bowl appearance on Hwy 100 West. -
paid for going like I do. lured only two to FSU, and a dozen went out of state.
12-to-lO was the final score In favor of out-of-state teams
It's easy to say you're a Tornado fan and supporter. that Is.The. Marital StatUS.Married to Loretta J. Merritt, 4 daughters and 2 sons.
After all you show up at all the games don't you?
two best in Florida as Blue Chips saw things were
It's harder to dig down for a 10-spot( when somebody's lineman Stefan Humphries (B233)) of Ft. Lauderdale Faith....... First Christian Church of Starke. I have served on the Board of
asking you to give some much-needed support to the BUS Aquinas and defensive back Charles Kerr (*-S, 215)) of
athletic program.There's to be some asking in town Tampa Plant, both rated first-team "Super Blue" .. the Trustees, Board of Deacons and as Sunday School Superlntendant
these days and let's hope here s a lot of giving. Giving Is best in the nation at their positions. Michigan got Hu"phrles for' 6 years. Prior to this I was a member of Johnstown Baptist

needed right now. while the Gators got Kerr. Church serv.d equally there before making Bradford County my

The Bradford All Sports Club ceased to exist over the Among the top-notchers Florida also landed Russ home.
summer, electing not to elect officers and thus In effect Gallon (fourth team offensive tackle), Wilber Marshal
closing up shop. Happily that dreary situation was rec- (sixth team tight end), Wayne Peace (fourth team free
tified last week when a group of concerned Tornado supporters safety, but he's a QB), and Dwayne Dl>con from Alachua Served In the U.S. Army Korean Conflict.
banded together to bring the All Sports Club backto Santa Fe ((7th squad safety). FSU hitched up Allen Dale
life. Harold Bishop was elected President with James Campbell of Perry (sixth team defensive tackle), and
Fender Vice-President, Betty Warren Secretary,and Ann Miami got running backs Freddie Miles and huge fullback | CiviC Activity..The past president of Bradford High School All Sports Club. I have

Samons Treasurer. Robert Neal (6-3, 240)), second and fourth team choices been an active supporter to the livestock sales at the County Fair.
respectively. Michigan; Oklahoma, and Ohio State all got
Those people and their com pa trials took the job with the two of the ones that left.
knowledge that a $2,000 deficit was waiting on them I ask for each'voter's in electing me as
because of the theft of sports jackets last year. They tookIt Texas had the best recruiting year Blue Chips said,with support your
Intending to continue the tradition ot buying letter the Gators 13th, well behind Alabama but ahead of District 5.
jackets, senior( trophies, and sports banquets for the Georgia, Tennessee, FSU, and the rest of the southeast County Commissioner
athletes in ALL sports. In their organizational meeting teams.....

they year were to benifit already the school talking athletic about funding program.a project"We need each to ...Speaking of recruiting Indiana basketball coach Bobby I appreciate your past support. Please go to the polls

stress more memberships," said Mrs. Warren. Knight says the way to bring college education back Into -
college sports Is to limit the number of recruits each October 7.
Those people are the real Tornado diehards. They were university can sign in a given sport to the number of
the ones who got going when the going got tough. What we graduates It had In that sport. That's graduates< not
can do know is find a f 10 bill we haven't spent and hand It players with no more athletic eligibility.... Vote For '
over to a club member. In return we'll get a Bradford All
Sports Club membership card that will give us a both a
better-padded wallet and better peace of mind when we sit
down at our next Tornado sports event.
The Florida Times-Union'( preseason assessment of|tiw>
Shortstuff: top 32 players in north Florida includes six players from
teams on the BHS schedule, but predictably no Tornad s. HOMER F. HART 00
Blue Chips magazine, a first-year publication which used Gary Holmes ((6-3. 235)), St.Augustine's super linebackerIs
a wide-ranging panel of college head coaches and a "Super 11" choice,while Included In the best of the rest
recruiters to rate the top high school players In the coun- pack are five running backs: Palatka's John L. Williams
try and then the top recruited groups by college choice, ((5-11, 195)) and Lewis. Brown ($-10, 195)), Galneivllle't
said 22 of the top 208 high school football seniors of 1979 Vernell Brown (8-0, 175), Terrence Flagler of rtrnandlna' County Commissioner District 5
were from Florida.That's' better than 10 percent and the Beach (0-1( 185), and Macclenny-Baker County's Terry Starke Pd. PI. ,..N. Pd lot by Hotn r Mart
22 total was outnumbered only by Texas ((28)) and Califor- Givens ((64, 19S). L

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: ",\ ": :\i.\,:, :, open
Game.Youth Director,Don ,1 .I' fill':,," ,,1'1 Festival of the Performing Arts with the Southern Arts Federation. Each
Denton, will be driving the churchvan i' ; ;""" '_" (\\ an appearance tonight (Thursday) at year the city of Atlanta commissions
to the away Starke football :!j / r',)\\I ,H', ." .. .8 p.m.) at the Starke Woman's Club. the company's new works to appear
games. All youth planning) on riding As with all presentations brought In the popular Atlanta Dance
the van to the away games should \ e here during the annual performingarts Festival.
contact the church office for the time St., \\io/M/ series, tonight's performance I is The Santa Fe Festival of the Perfor-
the van will be leaving for each game. } open to the public with no admission ming Arts has played to an appreciative
Youth Revival. We wish to thank all 21, charge. and ever-growing audience
those who participated In the youth from .: The six dancers comprising the from Starke and surrounding areas
; .
revival last week. Many who attended run i rifi! iki'iiib' i troupe will perform the original each season. A popular feature of the

have expressed that it was a great .,\:.), ...,'..'. ,''!'''" ," "., .. !i ij' .. choreography of Carl Ratcliff, 1978 programs is a"meet the performers"
Christian experience that enriched 7:30: i recipient of the prestigious Gover- reception, hosted by the Woman's
their lives. Over two hundred youth ; ; : nor's Award for the Arts In Georgia.Mr. Club after each performance, giving
and adults attended the four nights of ; ; lwg1t Ratcliff began his. career as a the audience an opportunity to visit
revival.During the last evening of the re "1tiW\r!!):; !\ ;; solo dancer in Los Angeles, and later with the cast during a social period
revival, the youth of the Church : became associate director the Atlanta All of the performances in the
presented Mrs. Jackie Ellington witha : Ballet, Initiating their modern series are on Thursday nights, with
silver tray set which was Inscribed: I dance program.He founded his dance the second presentation, the Ishangi
"Youth Revival 1980- He Is Lord". croml a theatre In 1969, the first professional troupe with African songs and
Steak Dinner for Softball Team: Ap- : D. modern dance company in the city, dances, being scheduled for October
proximately) thirty members and ,. and soon earned the reputation as one
families of the First United Methodist jQuItT. of the finest troupes In the Southeast.The 30.The final performance in the series*
Church Softball team had steak dinner ; ..._,= ..",..' .-'". ,--.j Ratcliff Dance Theatre has ex- The Blair String Quartet, will appear
together at the Starke Country tensively toured the Southeast, here on November 13.
Club last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. At Dancers Susan Eldrldge and John Adair perform, with
Carolyn Eaves made arrangements
Theatre.
for the dinner and the delicious steaks Dance

were cooked by Wayne Mundorf. day, : THIS TIME. ,I
Doug Reddish represented the teamin Hope .,
presenting a Jogging suit to their
LOOK CLOSEr
.LET'S
coach John Dempsey, In appreciation -
for his time and efforts with the ton Bassmasters I ..

team. I by Nell Crawford luck, he was landing some bass. :==-'----=,=i 'LRY'1. !

At 8 pm. when the Bassmasters Perry McOrlff-"I have said In the I '
In Aug. 23, the Bradford returned for the weigh-in, Dale Johns past that I favor the ERA and will/ I
held their annual classic was crowned winner of the 1980 support the ERA." |
In classic.

Rev.ltJd."c" National Jumper Jumper.is Forest.In the If heart anyone of the is Congratulations Don Thompson placed Dale, second.you deserveto GEORGE KIRKPATRICK Is the ONLY candidate who has the

A directions to this lake, just win this one. overwhelming support of STOP ERA forces like "Women For
A W.T. Smith or Dale Johns, The odds were against you, but the Responsible Political Action". GEORGE KIRKPATRICK Is'the'
A good Lord was on side.
Jumper.become experts In locating Our Sept. tournament your will be Sat. ONLY: candidate who will fight the Extreme Liberal. Element to

have never fished this Sept. 20 at Rodman. Boats will be protect our interests.
According to Earl Muse and launched at Kenwood. Tournamenttime
Smith the lake has a muddy type will be from safe start until 4

,. and it also seems to run p.m.Leroy Jackson and his wife landed THIS TIME. .

began about 8:30: a.m., 17 bass In Rodman on Labor Day.I THERE'S ONLY ONE '
would like to thank the County .
to end at 4 p.m., but at 12:00:
Commissioners for their efforts on
Earl Muse rounded
everyone up
; CONSERVATIVE CHOICE Jv
voted to continue the tourna Santa Fe Lake.
This is a good start In the right
at Rodman at 2 p.m. till 8 p.m.
,,"I
In do
(Hard Luck) Johns landed the direction. They have promised to Elect
pounds In Jumper but as he and more In the future. Hopefully the
Riggs headed for Rodman, Dale ramp on Hampton can be repaired, ;.
Rev.Gene Smith of gas. He says his real close etc. This Is not the proper way to In- George
This Don Thompson was advised to stall a boat ramp. You have to do
Bible with him, but Don ran off and some dredging In order to put it in
and Joey. properly. I know all about the permit,
Rev. Gene SmithTo : had to walk over a mile to get it can be obtained with the proper K1RKPATRICICState
Conduct RevivalRev. 3. ) ; fuel. paperwork and patience.

Smith of the way to Jumper In the early Maybe the Hampton Ramp will
R. Eugene (Gene; )
4. ; teach lessons mainly (just
In Dale's many SenateDistrict
Dothan Ala. will conduct a revival at the hood flew up
they anybody is not qualified in building
Grace Baptist Church: on Griffls Loop 5. ; so he had to tie It down.
he and Joey got to Rodman ramps.)
starting Sunday morning at 11 a.m., shall Bass Wishes Six
at 8 and Monday to Friday had begun.
evening p.m. 8. Dale's luck wasn't bad v Neil Crawford. .. .. ......
of .
at 7:30 p.m. and ; -whilt--he'W88 having bad' ....... ... ,Iw ''I. I"'"' .""' for ftv'***(* :o'. f.-'J.: .
Jhe publie is invited to attend -r-f''!w they !

7. ;
shall!
8. ; Note!

First United Methodist they Bradford County Veterans Ser-,
Church NewsThe 9. ; Office In the Bradford County o
they will be closed September) '
Rev Warren Langer's sermon 24. reports William S. Haas,
topic for Sunday morning worship 10. Officer. .
service Sept. 21 will be"Let the Light ; B.1.n.
Shine", the evening service will be for }

"The Royal Priesthood". Also duringthe 11. Spirit of America
morning worship service will be a
special dedication for the children, shall mind are wounded
youth, and adult choirs, with special you the smallest thingi."
12. ;
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music.
La Rochefoucauld: :
The new Young Adult class had a for ; a. * I *
home of Mr. and for )
skiing party at the ... .. .
.
.
Mrs: Randy Johns Kingsley Lake. ./ "_''Of INm,101..,.........I-OMM.......''ft._PrINY1M.00.-._.T_.?..MOgw//CNNn.0,0.1.Ow' "
Rev. Langer and Lee Hardenbrook 9/18 ) .......-' ....... ......... ......_.p.O0WIFN1..NI/IM, KM-Kn.-NwMW.M
Ky ? a .... .... .....
_. _
., ,... '"/ Ou / to. ........-.w.1.N. w.c
received the honor of making skiing --- :a.-w...m..a w..re-r..,.. [ 1Y.- :::.:.::: a.1.NKM D..m.r. at.;:! K.I..r T... rw.M
.
look difficult. This new class Invites 7 :t-
new members to join with them on ._e._.ON" w1. ..,.' ,
.... .. ... s o
at 9:45. .
Sunday mornings : NOTICE NOTICE nw.n+ ..0 tarn
receiv- NOTICE .m.-.w1ww... ...... ..I 1Iarss
The Methodist Softball team I a '
ed special recognition during the
church service and was then honoredby
a banquet at the Starke Golf and CITY OF STARKE ( s. M '..
County Club. The team presented eN RS y {'Mast
____._
.John Dempsey a gift as a token of appreciation v from lb.
for his outstanding' OCCUPATIONAL, LICENSES FOR THE SAVE,,_._.d=.' _60_%. P.opl.C..1 Who

coaching.A Singles Again Ministry is to begin 1981 ARE DUE $5! '
this Thursday evening at 8 p.m. at the YEAR 1980- .w.W.w-111.
Starke Golf and Country Club. If you
are single again as a result of death or OCTOBER 1, '1980 4
divorce, you ''are Invited to bring a
covered dish and attend.
The at least age "Thirty" class .
voted unanimously for the name MERRILL EDWARDSCITY
"Corner Disciples' This class .Is still ..
growing and Invites all those In- CLERK .,! ..
terested to meet in the fellowship hall :
every Sunday morning. On Sept. 25, OHIO STOCK
it
Thursday at 7 p.m.. In the fellowshiphall w55o':::,:_,. m:::
........ .. .1N M
this class and all those who would 10. oc' I.-w1
..
NNewala C.... .I..LCI .1 ei
like to join,are having a covered dish ./ N"sop .- : ,( P. Onaa.O,l..0./, a1..1
} ..,..,....._ MN.
come! I T-- c. T 1 an
Ya'll '
"Pig Picking" supper. I ant T.....190.-1 M...
On display In the new church 't A.' T.....I-.p'aoRl 1NN
I library .la a set of Festival Books,
which Is a collection of Christian .Pp--:
:,
.. ..
small donation these -
classics. For a
NNN.R..y. AMTa.T.SM..
books would be an asset to your home / 1aN :
'
library. OUTITANOINO ""w' -
,-
!
ON BRAVO VALUES NAME I

APPLANCE3FLECTRONICaI/ : .
f oaaQOaaaaac vooe =-
I Iwn
Fellowship
Gospel I '
Dinner Meets I- '17 T 4 r'r-I

--=w.00r'ft -/ I ____I
Saturday. Sept. 20 .
.t=.s:=- '' .', .
:.. ___ 'V1':1'\"rr'; \., ,... f":
The Full Gospel Businessmen's -AtI .1r Nr.NMN T 1.C,4 K....PN 5A"a.alrS.1
.. ....
will meet Saturday $3 o71 --
of Starke .;;1f .
Fellowship n.w.w 1..w-
at 6:30: p.m.' at the. D Or...tM..L ..._c_,__
Sept Steer, 20.Steakhouse Starke. To all tt ) wonderful people of ,Bradford -.- 1'r --.-

Western organizedIn :;:::.=0.-1 =--
The Starke Chapter was T.v't. .....
March of 1980 and began meeting. County. who supported me In my campaign.: ] ...-- .....L._Mt
"i1rM .
'. .to.e... t. 699J I
Its purpose '
that courage month.the participation of Chris- \. My heart is with the 'children and school .!':
local church, to share the r I
liars testimony In the of what God has done for 'system I'll work as hard'as'I:i can. the next '''_"''U ._ wK T.i .

each have of not them known and the reach Lord people with who the four years- to be the kind of board memberyou'll ) I i Bnctc.ocir"4: : DoubleGUARANTEE | efemeea


gospel.The Full Gospel Businessmen meet be proud ,of, HOME' ; PURNISHINC. CENTERS
twice a month. The dinner.Is Sept. 20,
breakfast meeting will be schedul- S.u.M..Nw .o Y... l2if.lf4lRetSt. StarksFls.M |
the
..
D .L..d
ed lOOn. R. "Jim" Lawson iky K.n.r y* r < ) < !.. Don Smith
IM52MJte
Bob Reichert will be the speaker e,. a..4 VAi4'r
this week. He is an educator, teacher Pd. PoL Adv Pd:>+w Sy ."tm Ciwton *i2&:
and former principal. He will speak. at
'7:30: after the dinner.





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Page MA TELEGRAPH September 18 ItBO.

Final Vote from First PrimaryOne


". Bradford County Commission new faces: on the board effective Tues McGriff. Jr., Gainesville building
'. race and a state senate race along day Nov.18. contractor George Kirkpatrick have
". with five statewide amendments and Final returns include: qualified for a it-county runoff election -
.. one local referendum on fire districts, MOSLEY.,........... .... ..S.S4S for a two-year term to succeed
will be on the ballot Tuesday, Oct. 7, SHUFORD................. .M78Mosley. Buddy Mackay who resigned after the
in the county. In a statement to theTelegraph. last legislative session to run for U.S.
P Jt There will also be'a run off In both ,stated he was surprised at Senate.
the Democratic and Republican the margin of his victory. Local returns include:
primaries for the seat "A lot of good people worked for MCGRIFF.. ............? 1,624
now held by Sen.Ric (Dick) me, and felt it was a tuna. for a KIRKPATRICK...........1,370
Stone. change" Mosley says. REV.GENE KEITH..,.....1,598U.S.
Final vote,, totals from the first "I appreciate the confidence the
primary are:; people, of the county have placed In Senate
me/ Mosley says.
I 1 County Commissioner Shuford, service station operator in DemocraticSen.
i ir District 5 Lawtey and a veteran of 16 years on Richard Stone and Florida Insurance -
Starke City Commissioner Wilbur the board was outspoken during his Commissioner Bill Gunter
Waters and feed store operator tenure and has been known over the came out of a six man field to make
Homer F. Hart have qualified for the years as a tell-it-llke-lt-ls person. the runoff for the seat now held by
runoff. Waters has been hospitalizedwith Stone.
a bleeding ulcer at Bradford County Commission Final returns In Bradford County
County Hospital In Starke since Sun- District 3 Include:
I
day, Sept. 14. The winner of this race Maxie Carter, Jr., was elected to a BUDDY MACKAY!........1.053
will succeed Commissioner Hazel second four term by easily GVNTER..l.74.STONE. .
r Paulk, who does not seek a new term. defeating challenger year Lawrence Grif- ...... .. ..............MS
Official returns In this include: fla. RICHARD PETTIGREW...196
race
WATERS.................1IM Final returns Include: JIM MILLER................86
HART ...... ................. 001 CARTER............. ......3,208 JOHN B. COFFEY...... ....56
RICHARD ROBERTS..s CRIFFIS. ..... .. ... .....1.764
U.S. Senate
JENNINGS W. STARLING.
JOSEPH N. WARREN.......587 School Board Republican
District 3 Former Public Service Commissioner
J.R. (Jim) Lawson Incumbent Paula Hawkins and former
I Ring-Power Donates Parts in Vo-Tech Center Tax Collector school board member won a full four- U.S. Rep. Lou Frey have qualified for
Esther Shuford Hall chief deputytax the Republican nomination for U.S.
year term by defeating area dentistDr.
Some $2,000 worth of parts for heavy equipment have schools and David Smith community education coor- collector was elected to a four Richard Odom.Lawson served on Senate..
been donated to the Bradford-Union Vocational-Center by dinator. year term over three male the board the last two years after haying Local returns Include:
Ring Power Corp. of Ocala. The parts valued at 12.850 were given the vo-tech center challengers in the race to succeed won election over two other opponents HAWKINS..................1 o2
In photo l-r. are Hank Kyle heavy equipment operations for 1850 by Ring Power dealer of Caterpillar equipment. veteran county official J.R. Kelly, to replace veteran school FREY ...... ..................31
Instructor members of the heavy equipment The Ring Power representatives told local educators the .........
; who is going to retire in January; to board member Arthur (Doc:) Holiday ANDER CRENSHAW 22
available for donation to vo-tech
mechanics class: James Hunnicutt (holding clipboard), company has used parts sell real estate in the area. who resigned his post due to ill health LEWIS DINKINS..SJOHN
heavy equipment repair Instructor; John B. Keene centers. Final returns Include: and moved from the area. T.WARE...............5
general parts manager for Ring Power: Jim Herlocker Looking at the well-equipped heavy equipment repair HALL........... ...... ... ..2,694 Final returns away Include: ELLIS RUBIN................4
training and safety director for Ring Power; Ted Oglesby shop Keene said the Bradford vo-tech center Is the most CARL HURST......._,....1.456 LAWSON..3,202

vo-tech center director; Tom Casey superintendent of advanced In the state. STEVE SIMMONS.-,670 ODOM. ......... ... ....... 1,764A State Senate .
EMMETT B.AKRIDGE, ...487 District 5
referendum Is going to be held on State Sen.Pete Skinner of Lake City
Superintendent of Schools Oct. 7 to determine if freeholders In was reelected to a second four year
I in BlackBradford Veteran Superintendent of Schools unincorporated areas of the county term over two challengers in a.
Hospital Operating 106,167 Tom Casey was elected to a fourth want to establish fire tax districts. 16-county race. .
term over Jerry P. Lawson, a Baker Local vote was: \
County school teacher, who lives in State Senate SKINNER.................3,260 '
County Hospital operatedin ended Aug. 31, 1980. Drewa said.It 11-months of the fiscal year Just Starke. District a O.A. WINBURN. JR..764
the black to the tune of $106,167 in is still possible the hospital might finished. The rescue service lost Final returns Include: Former Gainesville Mayor Perry MICHAEL GEISON. .......478
the first 11 months of the current get some money back from Medicare $3,915 last month down slightly from CASEY.... ,..... ...... ....3,116
fiscal year Methodist Hospital Foundation after auditors look at the final figures the$8,634 lost in August 1979. LAWSON. ... ......... ....1.833
Inc. President Marcus Drewa after the fiscal year ends Sept. 30.
announced at the regular monthly Medicare reviews claims submitted Hospital employees netted $1,354 Supervisor of ElectionsNeva
the hospital, then decides how after expenses were deducted from Middle School News
dinner-meeting of the BCH board of by Flynn was the top vote getterin Bradford
much to reimburse BCH for Its almost $3,000 taken in at the first annual
trustees Monday Sept. 15. local when she
Bradford County Hospital the races won a new
Medicare
Figures are down from the $234,478 Records patients.were given the BCH employees carnival held Aug. 23 at 4-year term by turning back the Dates to Remember Thursday, all those concerned for the tremen-
profit the hospital earned in the first trustees to show through Aug. 31 the the fairgrounds, BCH Administrator challenge of Sandra S. Norman a Sept. 25. school: pictures.We dously smooth start we have had this
11 months of the fiscal year which rescue service has lost 984,129 for the David Libby told the trustees. former owner of Norman's ProduceIn would like to thank those who year. Everything is going very well.
Starke. have volunteered their services and Our new Profoundly Mentally Handicapped -
Final results include: will be In our volunteer unit Is progressing very
Commissioner Paulk FLYNN.... ....... ... ... ..3,470 participating here at BMS. They are as nicely. New materials are coming in
.. .. .. program
NORMAN.. .. 1,577 follows: Ginger Davis Genene Dor- and everything Is coming together
Honored miney Nina Lovell Mane Moody very well.
at Rally County Commissioner Robert Moody Doris Sandberg and Our first PTO meeting will be an-
I District I Karen Waters. Thanks Anyone interested nounced soon. The meeting will probably
Retiring Commissioner Hazel ,j. Starke tire dealer Lawrence Mosley can contact Mr. McKinney or be held in October and letters
Paulk received a surprise plaque unseated veteran Commissioner D.L Mrs. Douglas at the BMS office. will be sent home announcing time
from master of ceremonies Elbert (Dave) Shuford and will be one of two Mr. McKinney would like to thank and date.
Hersey at the political rally Saturday,
Sept 6, in appreciation of her supportof
the Theressa community and Its
volunteer fire department during the
five years Paulk has served on the
Bradford County board VOTERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
In accepting the plaque Mrs.Paulk
said the Theressa community has
helped the commission work togetherfor
a better government in Bradford
County."It If you want a young hard-working Commissioner Vote WATERSIf
was a pleasure to have served
for five years. I enjoyed every minuteof
"!
it," Mrs. Paulk said. 1" you want a County-wide Commissioner, not a
The retiring commissioner pointed District CommissionerIf Vote WATERS
out Bradford County still isn't In debt.

-,1:,

Single-Again Club ; you want a Commissioner who will work for the betVote WATERS
of Bradford
terment
CountyIf
To Be Formed HereA


will Single-Again be formed in Fellowship Bradford County Group j you want a Commissioner who would bring years Vote' WATERS :

tonight ( Thursday Sept. 18) experience to the boardIf :
The formation meeting will be held
at the Starke Golf and Country Club Going Fishing.. t

with a covered dish supper at 8 p.m. Carl Thomas,62, at left, retired Friday.Aug. 8, after 16 years as a carpenterand you want a Commissioner who will vote on Issues WATERS
Any single-again adult Interested in I Jack-of-all-trades with the Bradford school system. Operations director the way he thinks the majority of the people feel Vote
supportive community sharing I Lennard Register bids Thomas a fond farewell, above, and said the veteran i I
growth friendship and fun is carpenter will be hard to replace.
welcome to attend. Bring yourselfand Thomas,whohai four children of his own and 8 step-children,says he plans to If you want a Commissioner who Is not backed by any Vote WATERS I.
a dish or a donation to cover the fish a lot.Thomas,son of the latre Herman and Jessie Thomas,still lives on the .
cost of tea or coffee which will be sup- farm on which he grew up on Bayless Highway. special party or group :
plied. Thomas was honored at a retirement party Friday. '
For additional Inl wnation phone I
964-6864 or 964-8843. If you want a Commissioner who will work for grants Vote WATERS

that are available for our county. ?' !

more
::
If you want a Commissioner who will listen when you Vote WATERS

Apartments... The opposite sides of a dice cube always add up to tevan. have a problem and then do his BEST: to help you

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Schaefer's motion to reject the zoning Again let me thank all my supporters in Brad-

proposal.Schaefer. then made a motion to It Is With ford County who voted for me and believedin

table the recommendation of the zon-
ing and planning board. That motion me. I consider it a privilege to be in the
passed on a 3-1 vote with Councilman Deep Gratitude
Harold Epps and Oglesby Joining run-off after running 'against 4 fine men. I
Schaefer In the passage of the motion.
Silcox voted against it. (Councilman _'JI will continue to work hard until October 7
Wilbur Waters was in the hospital ,
*
ulcers.Tuesday) night for treatment for I Thank The Good and :when elected, will work even harder for


i After a that brief he discussion was withdrawing Oglesby announced his- People of Bradford )j I the people of Bradford County.' I promise to

second to the motion to table the proposal be the kind of Commissioner
and he made a motion to acceptthe Bradford County -

zoning turned board's the recommendation.Silcox chair over to. t' County Who t j will be proud of..

Oglesby and seconded the motion.
Commissioner Harold Epps then Supported Me, and Elect
stated this motion puts me in a

planning strange position.board was When formed the zoning several and Voted for Me in My Race for Tax \ Vote Oct.. 7th

years ago he made a vow to the seven rTil
members of the board, who serve
without salary for their time and effort Collector.

that, he would support their decisions ;; ,A vote for [I III] WATERScan

who"I are have Involved known in most the proposed of the people pro- I Will Forever be Grateful to You.

ject"on both sides, most o(my adult make a difference

life"I don't Epps like says.to be put in this position We Fought a Good Fight, But, We Lost.
but Iguess it Is the price you pay"he
ad ded. "
Epps then pointed out he had
enough of the city commission and Thanks A Million. \ WATERS
that tonight was his last meeting. '
*'I promised them If they'd serve I'd 7
back them up and that is where I County Commissioner(
stand" Epps says.. "God have mercyon
SincerelyCarl
my decision.
Alter Epps' statement the commission District 5
voted 3-1. Schaefer dissenting, to Hurst -
accept the zoning board's recommen-: 'Pd Pol Aov. Pd, Pal Adw Pd. For By Wilbur L. Wa'' ..
1.I dation.
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the SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,UNION ssss"r'. "'11.. The Lake RegionMONITOR The Union County

B COUNTY TIMES, AND LAKE REGION MONITOR ;! /T
September Sections' II, 1980 QJilr: irapP .. TidES

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I recognized 20th anniversary party \1
: Butler Apparel employees during \a


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Employees of Lake Butler Apparel" Mrs. Code has been employed at
Company, along with their families LBAC for more than four;years. Her [ !
and friends, gathered for the com- Job U to attach waist bands to pants :
pany's first employee's picnic and manufactured by the plant.>Accor- ,
wM
awards day Saturday,Aug.30,at the ding to her supervisor, Mrs. Bobble
farm of Union County Sheriff John Bryant, Norma "bands"upwards of
Whitehead. 900 pants per day a figure well
above so-called production norms. 1
I I'I
Norma Cone was named the company's Married to Ronnie Cone of Lake
first Employee of the Year.
Butler, Norma and Ronnie have
Mrs. Cone was presented with a three children: Terri Lynn,Eric and
large cypress clock, Inscribed with Dawn.
her name and a description of the

award during the ceremonies.Also In addition to Mrs. Cone, five other
employees were recognized with r
during the festivities Helen "
"Outstanding Service Awards.
bested field of seven to be
Nelson a
while Those five are:Ruth Browning,San 'I
"Possum Queen,
crowned
Vernice was recognizedfor dra Edgy, Viola Robinson,. Barbara
Spielman
SwiUey and Danny Tyler.
"Most Colorful Costume.
the
According to Stephenson, the
named "Possum
Art Brown was
"outstanding service awards" were j
King. presented to a select group of highly '.t

"We have many outstanding productive employees who rank on a '::31' i r. : .
with the employee of the
employees, but there seem to be a par year. .rti; "rtr
few make things happen,
who really
"Like Norma Cone outstanding
,our
who are never absent from work,
and who, by the example of their service awards are presented to
own friendliness and good work those who really"make things happen :ittii 'i _* a r,
their /a'.c.. "t! at our plant he said.
habits, inspire the best from .
said general managerJoe _. ..,j Ten other Lake Butler' Apparel 7i.
co-workers,
;
Photo by R.P.McLendon Company employees were recognized t tiFi
in the ,
presenting
Stephenson Employee of?ELY ,
y.ar for five or more years of service
award to Mrs. Cone. ''Jii ,
'
"Norma Cone Is one of those people Norma Cone, bedecked In her "Possum Queen's Court" costume Is presentedwith while four employees were honoredfor j ,i : c : 5 ; tit
who contribute just a little the Employee of the Year award by Lake Butler Apparel Company general 10 or more years with the com- it
something extra to the success of manager Joe Stephenson.The pany, and six employees were \ iii is s, r''+
Lake Butler Apparel Company, and presentation came during the company's annual employee's picnic, heldat recognized for over 13 years. '
the farm of Union County Sheriff John Whitehead.Mrs. ''= 4 i 3 3r
:we want to express our appreciation ""s- t tli ii 1 : ,
"Hands of Time"awards for five or
to her for a job well done, Stephenson Cone was presented with a large cypress dock Inscribed with her name :
of service were
added. and Information about the award. more years
J presented to: Martha Alexander,
Margaret Hall, Winnie Alexander,
Mary Raulerson, Ruth Sapp Sue
Whitehead, Josephine Watkins, Art
Brown, Evelona Hankerson and


Baldwin 'Chevrolet Olds Myrtice Those with Lee.10 or more years of ser- a

vice were presented with a cypress Photo by R.P.:\ldA'III'un
dock Inscribed with the"Decade of
Service" recognition. The award Playln' possum
Brings You was presented to Rebecca Jones Helen Nelson, left: was "crowned" Possum Queen and presented with a walkIng -
Betty Smith, Geneva Huggins anofPaulne cane for a scepter, a sanh and a burlap cape befitting the honor.
Courson. Art Brown was named Possum King during the "Pos uiu" ceremonlm. that
Ayalyne Rahn was recognized for highlighted Lake Butler Apparel Company's recent emplojve'M picnic.
SAVINGS having been with LBAC for 20 years, I!
GAS s,1DI longer than any other employee. ,.
Helen Nelson was presented with a bla, Alachua and othe nearby north
"Atalyne Joined our company onlya home-made "crown" and a "cape" Florida counties..
few weeks after we opened and we made from a burlap sack. The facility has been expanded
-- .. ... ... are proud to acknowledge her years Art Brown, who grew a beard andsported three times since 1960 and the com-
.L.L..L... J, .L J, J. ... .. J, .. J, J. J, .L J, .l J, ... .L ... 'J, J. J" .L J J" has
'- of loyal service, Stephenson said. a real "shaggy dog"costume pany produced over eight
Atalyne was presented the was deemed ineligible for million pairs of pants, distributed to
"Pioneer Award," a large Inscribed "queen for a day," but just right to retail outlets nationwide, includingsome !
We've Got 'Om Come Get ,'Urn clock which Is presented to those serve as "king. of the country's largest retail
employees with IS or more years of chain stores.
service. Others in the group were: Lake Butler Apparel was founded Lake Butler Apparel is presently
Essie Perdue, Evelyn,.,Brannen. June 20, 1960,and has grown from an producing 780,000 pairs of! pants a
.; \ Monza.:2x2 Jean Norman,.Martoo Houston ana employment of less than 60 to more year under the Cameron Bay /lable,
z.1' 1979 Chevy Coupe ,,Jeannette Tyre., than 200 employees, the largest ,while consuming 1.1 million yards of
i \, private employer In Union County. piece goods in the process. The com-
V-6, 5 Speed, Power Steering, Air Cond. $4995 \"We have 200 employess who do an while a majority of those employees manufacturers only women's
\\ $ i outstanding job all year long,and we reside In Union County many also Jeans, women's dress and casual
$t Sport Stripes Like New 11,000 Miles i wanted to express our appreciationby are from Bradford, Baker, Colum- slacks.
t having a company picnic. Food
was a major attraction of the day
Corolla 4 DR Deluxe Including preparation and consump- closes outlet store
Apparel
1979
Toyota tion of 300 pounds of ribs and 150
chickens, as well as gallons of coleslaw I
e. 4 Cyc, 5 Speed, Radio, Heater, Air Cond., Vinyl $4995 and baked beans.
\\ "We had more than enough food for for factory expansionLake
$t Top and all the Trim. Like New_ 14,000 Miles the more than 500 people, including
\\. adults and children, who attended;
Stephenson said. well the people of the north Florida
Butler Apparel Company will as

1979 Chevrolet Chevette 2 DR Coupe "We would like to thank all of the close month the plant's to provide retail room outlet for store factory trade area In and near Union County.

cooks and all of those who helped this to general "We are wholesalers, not retailers,
Radio, Heater, Air Cond., 4 Speed, WSW make this a great success," added expansion Joe Stephenson."We according. and our business Is manufacturingladies
ot\- $46 95 Stephenson. manager the outlet store garments not selling them in
have operated
t Tires and all the Chrome. Like New He out the cooks Included
t\$ pointed for over four years In a section of the stores, but we felt the outlet store
Eddie Williams, Donald Conner, .
0 building that houses our factory and gave people in the area an opportunity '
29,000 Miles Danny Tyler and Jesse Cason with we need the space for the continued to purchase clothing for their
much help from Bobby Gibson and of manufacturing families rites discounted below
Station Wagon Lester Johns Margie Cason also expansion facility,"Stephenson our said in announcing normal retail on a par with wholesale
1977 Toyota the "
contributed to
picnic.
the closing of the store. prices, said Stephenson.
The supervisors and the Stephenson "We are proud of the growth of our
Radio, Heater, Air Cond., Auto Trans., $3895 family prepared baked beans for the "We are currently producing ladies factory, and our rapid expansion requires -
\\t\e event. dress and casual slacks at an utilization of all available
jeans
t\et WSW Radials, Luggage Rack, Chrome Everywhere. annual rate over 750,000 pairs of space," he added.
"** Children enjoyed sack races and an pants, and the steady growth of our Lake Butler Apparel Company,
Real Nice 42,000 Miles old-fashioned greased pole climb, wholesale operation dictates that we founded more than 20 years ago,
while of the ladies participated who reside -
many shift our priorities away from retail, employs 200 people principally
in the company's first In- added Stephenson. in. Union, Bradford. Baker, ,
tramural Softball game. He said the outlet store, which has Columbia Alachua and other nearby i!
1977 Datsun 810 Sedan Jacksonville group who formerly Cameron Bay, In addition to other national The company's product is
starred in a show on TV-12 and who such Levi) and marketed In retail stores nationwide.
Wheel brands as
\\ \. Loaded With Options from Tilt $4495't play regularly at Silver Springs, provided Wrangler, had been operated as a ser- Including K-Marts, moat J.C. Pen- i

\ 1 Auto Trans., Air Con d., Power Steering, Families the entertainment.were treated to a tour of vice to employees of the company, as neys and others r rdfmy'

\\", the manufacturing plant prior to the
AM-FM Radio. ( Got to be the Nicest.) 59,000 Miles .start of the picnic. A crew of supervisors -
and a handful of workers Elec.holyj.l.1. I Idfmy
demonstrated how a pair of pants .1.

1977 Olds Starfire Hatch Back GT are built. Ben.ton, d?.E.

"We produced red, white and blue

Radio Heater 5 Speed V-6 Engine, $J< jeans for the occasion and presented"
,
-3 .2 995 .a gift pair to many of our visitors,

A tt Brand New WSW Radials; and Air Cond. Stephenson"Many of explained.those jeans have been Call for consultation without obligation.

*- seen walking around Lake Butler In
( Good Condition ) 68,000 Miles recent days' he added. P.O. BOX eat ((004)) 473703349O
Bobbie KEVroNEHEIGHTe.. .FUaaaoe. .
Supervisors Jeannette Tyre, LAWRENCE. 6LVo.9
Bryant, Betty Avenger. Glenda .
1976 Chevrolet Chevette 2 DR Hatchback Smith, Myrtice Lee and Leroy

,
Snipes conducted the morning tour
Heater and All the looks assisted by Randall Griffis Ray
with Radio
Solid Red ,
OAS, Vaughn Loren Blount, Norma Cone.
t of a Newer Car, Runs Great. 60,000 Miles' $2495 Sheila Griflls. Ada Henderson.Heffner.Ruth? We Want To Be Your Italian Store,
\\t\ Sapp and Emma

"With the picnic and award day; we .EB.EUIZZA
have begun a new tradition for the
folks who are Lake Butler Apparel

Company." Stephenson said. Buy One Get One FREE
Is
"An old Southern tradition a

'Possum Queen'conducted all In fun the With.This Coupon -Eat In or Carry Out, \
and it really got the crowd In
spirit of the day," he added.

I Stephenson explained employee's LITTLE_ ITALY REST. ,
dressed up in outlandish costumes; .30 f S. Starlit
from Helen Nelson's take-off on
Aunt Jemima' get-up to !Mary Hut- '964-6877 Offer Good Thru 9/24/80.

US 301 SOUTH rHOHt Q6b-7500 chins'Daisy 1Io...' outfit I

STARKE FLORIDA Jesse Cason presided as emcee of, Mug Club" Members This Week -
asking each contflltant'a series
"all in fun" questions designed to
catch them off their guard and lead 1A Off ILL Orders

to a winner. Applause from.the audience
was (he final judge.





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September!*.lies
Pale 48 Bradford County 9044280. ext. 224. Please register bySeptember

.. .. 4-H News The 4-H 30.Leader Enrichment:
I 'IN ews Briefs Bradford County Volunteer 4-H Workshop is open to all without
Leaders will participate a on*day regard to race, color,sex or national
4-H Volunteer Leader Enrichment origin. I
Blocks
and brought him to the Bradford Cars Collide Transport Workshop October: at I..111.11I the
DWI ChargedIn County Jail.Deputy Railroad at LawteyA Bradford County Agricultural
SR-21 WreckNo Sheriff John F. Dempsey, On Orange StreetNo transport carrying a USArmytanker .Building on North:901. Florida Theatre
according to BCSD records arrestedJones The session will last SH hours. Including
one was injured in a two car became stuck on the CR-ZZS
one was injured la a one vehicle en the aggravated battery mishap with S750! damage done to the railroad craning In Lawtey and a complimentary: lunch buf
mishap with $1.800 damage to the charge after Jones is charged for cars involved at the intersection of trains were delayed more than an fet. The program will utilize paoeIcJ1acuaiori Fri.-Sat.-Sun.
truck Involved in the wreck 3.S striking Johnny Booth with his shoe. and Pratt Streets In Starke at turn presentations, tans
mile Orange hour and a half Tuesday Sept. UI,at
couth of Keystone Heights on Jones Is being held in the local Jail 15. groups discussion croups.Proregistration .
Sept.
7:44: a.m.Monday. to Police
9:30 a.m. according: Lawtey
SR-21 Friday.Sept. 13, at 1:05: p.m. in lieu of SS.2SO after be was arraigned Police records show a 1S89 Chief M.M.(Butch)Jordan. fOl'the workshop is
Florida Highway Patrol records before Bradford County Judge Elrie Chevrolet sedan operated by Karen Jordan told the Telegraph a required because of the preparation ::1:1II
show a 1980 Dodge pickup truck S. Sanders. Ann Reddish,20,of Starke was southbound transport operated by Charles Phillip of personalized packets for each per- ala'd II
.of
D.E.Cungensnuth Leaden weB
H as
operated by Street when a 1978 son. Current 4- as
on Orange Wofford of Kissimmee, Florida was )
Melrose was going south on SR-21 Lot Mishap adults wishing to become 4-H Leadenor I
Parking
Chevrolet sedan operated by MorganS. f"
from to
on his way Camp Blanding an fnrrrdIMetruexfar
when. the pickup truck ran off theroadway about 4-H ..ttenclaCCCll'ding The
17, of Starke was east- learn may
Underbill.
Causes $150 Damage Army base in South Carolina, when .
I
road shoulder, >n.
onto the west to Lowell Parish 4-H Agent. Rnlph"ltlpo"TIr-
bound on Pratt Street and came to a became hung and
the transport
slid broadside, overturned and cameto $150 damage was recorded to complete stop. Underbill then beganto grounded on the railroad tracks.up 1"wishing- to enroll may come a modern-dau bounty//runtn ::
rest upright on its wheels. vehicles with no one injured at the make left turn and struck the Railroad according to Jordan to the Bradford County Cooperative ,I
W.M. Abrams cited CI- lot on US.301IMWtb crews Extension Service Office In the county I
Trooper Dixie Motel parking Reddish vehicle in the right front. ,worked to free the transport and
ingensmith for DWI. in Starke, at 7:40: p.m. Saturday issued Agricultural Building or phone
No citations were by police. trains were held at the railroad yardin :
,Sept. 13. Baldwin. 301 Drive In i
records show a parked 1978
Fails To Police Charlie Lee Stolen Property Barry O. Watts superintendent of 220A In order to get at the transport
owned by
Stop Pontiac sedan Charge PlacedA the Lawtey Waters Works, assisted Jordan stated the transport was Fri.-Sat.
At Intersection Jones, 33, of Gainesville was legally by using a backhoe to free the owned by Leonard Brothers."
parked and a 1965 Chevrolet station- 20-year-old Raiford man was arrested Crews had to,according to i
1100 damage was recorded in a two driven by James Dean Bennett the Union transport
wagon Friday,Sespt. 12, by Jordan, through Pectsville on CR-
car accident with no one injured 2 Smiles 23. of Starke backed into the County Sheriffs Department on a go -- KURT
south of Keystone Heights at right front of the car. charge of dealing in stolen property.
12:30 p.m..Saturday,Sept. 13. No citations were issued by police. Gary Eugene Thornton was arrested RUSSELL
Florida Highway Patrol records on a charge of dealing in stolen Are You Interested In An Exciting
show a 1987 Ford ledan operated by Truck Flips property that involved an Argus
Richard H.Martin.of Melrose failed -
to stop for an intersection from aprivate After BlowoutNo movie Thornton camera was,UCSD arraigned records: show.before Career In Real Estate;?>> /'1JSlm'Trust
in
struck
driveway and was
one was injured in a one vehicle Union County Judge A.L. Driggers
the left front by a 1974 MG convertible mishap with $500 damage done to the who set bond at $2.500 and is still in usA

driven by Naoma S. Sassier 34, of pickup truck involved .4 east of the Union County Jail in Lake Butler ... ..:....
Keystone Heights. Starke on Bessent Road at 3:IS p.m. as this paper went to press. R, _-
trooper R.E. (Buck) Phillips cited Friday,Sept. 12.
Martin for violation of right of way. Florida Highway Patrol records Burglars Hit 1pt .
'a
show a 1960 Ford pickup truck 'G ..Plus.Hollywood .
City Meat Mkt.
operated by Clarence Dewayne
New FOP Trooper Bowen, 17,of Starke was headed east An extensive Investigation is being Ca EE13 A
Assigned to BradfordA on Bessent Road and had a blowout conducted by the Starke Police ot 31 Knights
five veteran of the Florida causing Bowen to lose control: of the Department into a burglary at the Ci- .................................
Highway year Patrol has been assigned to vehicle which slid into the ditch on the ty Fish and Meat Market at 607 Eaat Sun.-Mon.
south aide of Bessent Road and over-
the Starke Substation to work out of Brownlee Street in the Reno section: of
turned onto its top. Starke reported to police Saturday .tn\
this area effective Monday Sept. 15. ss end
No citations were issued by the in
Sam Wilson who moves to this area Sept. 13, at 7:41: a.m. Chuck Norris
from Sarasota with his wife and two highway patroLSemiCar Police records show thieves made ''a Lien ie
children, will live in the Saratoga entry to the building by using ham ar4ltwlre OCTAGONplus
Heights section of Starke.A Collide, mer or other object and knocked a R.T. LOVORN
native of Perry Trooper Wilson bole in the wall in the rear of the store
replaces Trooper Randy Cory who No One Injured on the north side of the building. .
transfered to the Florida Game and $300 damage was recorded in a Items pilfered, according: : to the Keystone Heights of One
Freshwater Fish Commission as a tractor-trailer car accident with no police report, include: 1 Smith and A Force
wildlife officer several months ago. one injured Tuesday Sept. 16,at 816a : Wesson 24 inch: barrel shotgun blue 473-3254 Rated R
Cpl. Johnny Ray Hobos told this ,m.,on US-301.70 feet north of South steel with white gnps; 1 Smith and
paper that with the assignment bringsthe Walnut Street in Starke. Wesson 2>i inch: barrel shotgun, blue
number of troopers to four assign Driver Denny Ray Swain 41. of steel with black grips; 1 Timexwatch
ed to Bradford County. The troopers Jacksonville,was. attempting to yield ; 1 CB radio mobile type brand
assigned to Bradford County also to an emergency vehicle when his unknown; undetermined amount of
assist in Union and Baker Counties. 1971 Ford tractor-trailer collided witha change from cash register; 8 cases of
Union County has two troopers 1979 Pontiac coupe driven by ToddE. beer and 29 cartons of cigarettes. THE
assigned to it and Baker County at the Ashline 19, of Starke, police No arrests had been made as this y
present time has five troopers assigned records state. paper went to press.

to it.No No citations were issued by police. FARM ERS
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arrested by the Bradford County
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Forgot It Was In His Pocket: Property Improvement Winners NamedThe I

Boardof are:
Bradford-Union County

Man 20 Found Realtors of its Inc. has announced Improvementcontest. the Residential Interior- Roy and
winners property
Speedville Guilty Starke Helen Hoislngton, S.R. 100 East,

The winners In each entry category Residential ExteriorStuart

Pot into Lawtey PrisonA e Airman Rasnick Wishart Residential 8.R. 18 LandscapeFrank West Starke and

Taking Gets AssignmentAirman Karen Patterson, South -
Westmoreland, Starke
Nell A. Rasnick son of Mr. Commercial Interior-. Kent
circuit court jury after just over aware that anyone entering prison for identification and other papers. and Mrs. Charles W. Rasnick of Booher (Cove Apartments), S.R. 301
an hour of deliberation found a grounds is subject to a search, as "If I had known it was back there,I Starke, has been assigned to Keesler North Starke
former Lawtey Correctional Officer signs posted at the prison warns. never would have went on Institution Air Force Base, Miss. after com- Commercial Exterior- Al Young
guilty of Introduction of contraband i White testified he forgot the mari- grounds with It," White says pleting Air Force basic training. Vacuum Sales and Service S.R. 301
into prison grounds after a day,long juana was In his back pocket. He also Officers testified White submitted During the six weeks at LacklandAir North, Starke
trial Monday, Sept. 13, at thajtracK testified that he had started to workon freely and cooperated fully\ in the Force Base Texas the airman The contest was judged by three
1 ford Courthouse in Starts- Nov.20 but when his car repeatedly search. studied the Air Force mission, Clay County Board of Realtors
Count White 28,,of the failed he called In and said he organization and customs and received members and awards were based
Speedville section of Bradford Coun- would not be at work. White testifiedhe special training In human rela- upon personal site Inspections and

ty, was found guilty'of taking 9.2 went to Gainesville to get the car Spec/4 Mary II.. Knight HaroleMahaler tions. before-and-after photographs submitted -
In addition, airmen who complete
grams of marijuana ,onto LWCI repaired. and Amy Barton by entrants.
grounds last Nov. 20. White pointed out that while a GraduatesSpec. basic training earn credits toward an
mechanic was working on his car,he associate degree in applied science
A Jurjr last April hud deliberatedmore whose Amy Barton
4)) H. Knight uncle -
walked down NE 8th Avenue to waste Mary through the Community College of the ;
than three hours before they aS80ciat'-
and aunt, Willie and Ruth Berry, Tradition pearls
Receives Award Air Force.
were unable to reach a'verdict! and a some time and testified he was approached with
live in Lawtey, recently graduatedfrom with tears and opals
who sold him 110 The airman will now receive
mistrial was declared !lithe caflevCircuit : by a man the Seventh Army Noncommis- bad luck.
worth of specialized instruction In the air
Judge R.A. (Buzz/1 Green marijuana.White
testified he rolled two Joints sioned Officer Academy in Bad Toll Amy Barton, daughter of Mr. and operations field.
Jr., ordered a provenience report on Mrs. Clinton
Germany. Barton of
Keystone
and smoked Then he added he
White before a sentenced handed one. in
Students received training
Heights was recently awarded a cer-
down In the case. No aatejias\ peen set put the plastic bagful in the back responsibilities, tificate
leadership map as a Registered Electrologist
of his uniform trousers.
pocket
for sentencing. reading and military teaching by Harold Mahaler president of In-
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Testimony was presented by Assls-. White stated after the car was methods. stantron Company of Providence, ff/te 9hftei vtlan
he went home to Speedville
tant State-Attorney Tom Elwell that repaired
Knight Is a personnel records R.I. The course included extensive
set his trousers aside to wear the next
showed White was searched by
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specialist in the 261st Personnel Ser- and clinical
theory practice. Electrolysis -
day. "I had forgotten I had left It in oft
superior officers-at LWCI with reasonto sa
vice In Heilbronn. Is the
Company
?' He only permanent methodof Buying U.S. Silver
those trousers White
believe he had marijuana on him. iayi.
Her husband James I is with her in hair removal that is approved by
testified he carried his In his
White took the witness-stand In his money the American Medical
own behalf and admitted ho, was front Dockets and only had a wallet Germany. This year is the anniversary Association of Coins .

Istantron Co.'s 100th year In the fieldof

I Conservation Commentsby 1'IaJIIarry B. Loper teaching and manufacturing permanent s" Class Rings Gold & Sterling
hair
Major Harry B. Loper, son of Ben removal equipment.
Bern Smith for seeing that plans are developedand Loper Starke, recently was assignedas Amy's Electrolysis office opened Sundays ONLY Waldo Flea Market
Soil Conservationist enforced in Florida. These plans executive officer of the 52nd Signal Sept. 2 and Is located at 490 Lawrence
call for voluntary actions by farmers Battalion In Germany.His Blvd. In Keystone Heights phone MamhiirANA Booth A.-61-63
208 PlanningIn and other land users The main push wife, L. Janelle Is with him in 473-7033.
1972 Congress passed the Federal for clean water In rural areas will Germany.
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I Harry C. Edwards, Brad. Native Starke Dynamic GoNavyRandy Trio From


Fields, Johnle Cooper and
Had Lifetime of Service to Area Obituaries Mark Box have enlisted In three of the
most exciting and career developing
adventures in the U.S. Navy. Their

Edwards Building Supplies. Leonard E.Harris academic achievements have provided -

-4 Over the years Edwards became them the opportunity to excel In to
widely known for his civic and philan- Leonard E. Harris 78, of Keystone day's modern Navy.

throphic activities. He was a directorof Heights, died Saturday, Sept. 13. Randy Fields son of Mrs. Mary
Alachua General Hospital for more following a long Illness. Born near Fields has been guaranteed schoolingas

than 20 years, serving as chairman Belmore In Clay County on Jan. 10, an Air Traffic Controller, this required -
from 1969 until his resignation last 1902, Mr. Harris lived In Green Cove a five year enlistment and Is

month because of failing health. He Springs for many years moving here the most critical of all Navy ratings

was then named chairman emeritus 30 years ago. He retired In 1072 was a (jobs). After initial training in Great

the first person to hold that title. He member of Kelroae Lodge 89, F&AW. Lakes. Illinois, he will attend schoolin i I IJ

served on the Gainesville City Commission Scottish Rite, Faith Presbyterian Memphis Tennessee. Randy will Ii
from 1958 to 1963, and was Church and had been a Shriner for 20 then be assigned to a Naval Air Station -
i' Mayor-Commissioner in 196061.A years.Survivors. or an Air craft carrier. i
charter member and first president include his wife Johnie Cooper has had previous J
of the Gainesville Civitan Club Florence Vance Harris, and severalnieces schooling In Chemistry, Biology and I

Edwards was named "Man of the and nephews Including Robert Math and has been accepted in the

Year" by that group In 1972. He also R. Dyal of Neptune Beach and Guy H. Advanced Technical Field as a receive a $2,000.00 bonua, then attend promoted to Petty Officer 2nd class I
Dyal of Starke.
had leading roles In the organizationof Hospital Corpsman. After basic train- 6 more months of hands-on-training at and receive re-enlistment bonus of
Sunland and the Sunshine School Funeral services were held at 11 ing in Orlando, Florida he will attend a land-based Nuclear Reactor. When $20,000.00. '

for handicapped pre-scholers and a.m. Monday, Sept. 15, in the Faith his first Navy School and be promotedto completed, and if in the upper two- This dynamic-trio was enlisted by

was a member of the First Baptist Presbyterian Church with Rev. pay grade E-4 after which approximately thirds of the class, Mark will have the Construction Electrician 1st Class
Leamon Ward ,
Rev. Charles
Church its Board of J. Shar- two of
serving on specialized
years of
opportunity extending his six Ron who
Miller be reached
can at
ron and Dr. James R. Neale Jr. of- year
Deacons for 15 years. In 1948 he training will be experienced by obligation to one of eight years and be 372-6289 or 372-1055.
helped organize the Eastside Baptist ficiating. Burial was In the family plot Johnie. Physician's Assistant is his

Church to serve the growing com in Keystone Heights Cemetery with goal and with this ATF backgroundthis

munity, and remained a deacon until arrangement under the direction of Officer position, Is very likely.
his death. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Cooper Is married to the former Starke
Ads
An honorary alumnus and memberof Cassie Reddick, who will remain I Cont.
the University of Florida Century Gurney E.Crews locally until after Johnie's initial .

Harry C. Edwards, 80-year-old Club, he served as a director and training.
Gainesville businessman and civic charter member of the Chamber of Gurney E. Crews, 82 of Keystone Mark Box son of Minnie and the .

leader, died Sunday, Sept. 14, in Commerce Committee of 100. Heights died Sunday in the North late Thomas Box of Starke, has HELP WANTID I PERSONAL HOMES
Florida Regional Hospital after an extended 8redfordUnlonAssociation
Alachua General Hospital after ayearlong Last May 18 was proclaimed Harry illness. Born In Bradford enlisted to be a Nuclear Power Plant for SERVICES FOR SALE
battle with cancer. C Edwards Day in Gainesville with Operator. After starting his career alan
Crews had lived of
County Mr. most Retarded Citizens
Born on March 8, 1900 on a farm an outdoor celebration hosted by E-3 (two grades higher than ILLS SAW SHOP..
In pay Complete
his life the Raiford and Lake Butler ,... ,*"
near New River Edwards was the second MOBILE HOMES Why
Alachua General Hospital, attended moat recruits) he will attend Class sharpening service, circular pay
of nine children born to John communities. He was a member of '.0.10.109 more? Buy direct from the
by hundreds of friends and business "A" school in Great Lakes Illinois. hand carbide,
the First Christian Church of Lake Storko.' PI 12091
Vernon and Alice Reddish Edwards. factory. Large selection ol
associates who gathered in his honor There he will be trained as an Elec- chain mower blade hollow
His long career started as a school and to see AGH's 1968 building namedin Butler and was retired from Union tronics Technician, Interior Communications SUNSHINIACRES ground and balanced. 12', 14 and double wldee.
teacher in several one-room rural his honor. Correctional Institution. Technician Electri Work Supervisor $9500 Leave at Jackson Building COMMUNITY MOBILE

Bradford County schools,where some Edwards is survived by his wife of Surviving are: S daughters, Mrs. cian's Mate or a Machinist, Mate. yearly. Responsible, for Supply In Stor...., Keystone HOME SALES US 301
of his students were older than he 60 years Susie Sapp Edwards; his Iris Hall of Gainesville, Mrs. Lora Upon completion of this Initial sheltered workshop operations. Heights or lake Butler. North. Open 9 10 du.... I to '

was. He also worked as a bookkeeperIn daughters, Helen Butler and Susie Francis and Mrs. Carolyn Hale of background training, Mark will be Plan work activities, TFchg 6 on Sunday. Phone
the early 1920s In Palatka before Hough all of Gainesville; three Keystone Heights; 2 sons, L. John promoted to Petty Officer Third Class teach production methods ALCOHOLICS ANONY. 964-8741. 6/5 TFM.
moving to Gainesville, where he pur- Crews of Lake Butler and Delbert E. facllltol work. contracts MOUSi 4 BR BLOCK HOME I '/ acre
sisters Georgia E. Frank (E-4)), then he will spend 7U monthsIn
chased the Nu Way Laundry on Gainesville; Virginia E. Lee Crews of Montgomery, Ala.; 1 sister Orlando, Fl, at Nuclear Power Fun with private Industry. Able Phone 964-3148 or 964-7619. with fenced-ln swimming
University Ave., which he operatedfor Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Altamont to supervise" and teachmoderately TFchg pool, big Maple shade
Brooker; Flora E. Kelly Wildwood; damentals School, (this Is college
REMODELING. IUIIDINO.REPAIRSi
16 grandchildren and 14 .
22 Springs; retardedclients trees $49,000 will
years.In and two brothers, J.V. Edwards and level training in subjects such as
New kitchens
1948 Edwards sold the laundryand great grandchildren. In a variety of vocational negotiate. Assume 9M
Coy Edwards both of Brooker. Physics Reactor Plant
Funeral services were held Tuesday Chemistry, ...11I.. baths, family rooms Brick,
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went to work for Annls Building mortgage. .1239 9/11 I
Funeral services were held at 4 Principals Math other .
among block
Supply Co. Six years later he purchased Wednesday in the First Baptist at 2:30: p.m. in the First Christian technical ). training and experience.High concrete. Fireplace 2tchg '/18'TUCCO.
p.m. aspects Following completion specialists. Crlllls Con
Church of Lake Butler with Rev. School
the firm, which today is known as Ray- Graduate and Reasonable
Church of Gainesville.a.m. of this he will
schooling, struction.' Phone 4732108or
mond Baer and Rev. Bill Delaney of- 2 year experience In 473-2978. because of III".... 2 BR. I IBA
-.T flclating. Burial will follow in New Rehabilitation Workshopsor SEWING TFchg MACHINES living roam kitchen

Cecil Griffis In St. Edwards Catholic Churchin Hope Cemetery in Alachua County human service.Trainera RIPAIRIOi All makes and dining room combina

Starke. Burial will be in Crosby under the direction of Archer Funeral AZ1 Ricky Frick $6.312.40 cleaned., oiled and adjusted. tion. Large screened
Cecil Griffis of Waldo passed away Lake Cemetery, with Archie Tanner Home of Lake Butler. ,yearly. Responsible for $10. Work. porch: carport and utility
AZl Ricky Frick 28 of Mr. and
Tuesday, Sept. 16, following brief il- Funeral Home in charge of ar son providing training for guaranteed. James room; completely furnish.
Mrs. Walter J. Frick West
Iness. Born in Plant City and moving rangements. Ellery Sapp Pratt parents with developmental Strickland corner MorganRd. ed pump. Has one 10x14
to Waldo at an early age. Mr. Griffis Ellery Sapp, 84, resident of Starke, Street has been assigned the as the lead disabled youngsters and Hwy 16. TFchg utility building and one
was employed by the Alachua County died early Wednesday morning Sept. solo crew chief for Navy Flight which can be accomplishedIn BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 8x10 utility building on .9

Road Department until his retire-- 17, In Riverside Hospital In Jackson- Demonstration" Squadron, the "Blue the home. Minimum SERVICE Pump-out. landscaped acre Call

ment. He was a member of the Pro- ville following an Illness. Angels. training' and experience Residential' commercialand 964-8777. 9/18 I ItchgMOBILI
testant faith.Survivors Mn. Bertie Elnora McGulre Survivors include: one son, L.C. High School graduate w/l 'industrial Fully licens HOME 73 Argo
Include his wife, Mrs. Mrs. Bertie Elnora McGulre age Sapp, Starke; six daughters Mrs. Iris Frick Joined the Blue Angels in 1978 year human experiencework. .... Phone 964-8121. TFchg 69x12. 2 BR $5500. with

Lola Mae Burton CrUfls, Waldo; 1 60, of Keystone Heights, died in the Johns, Mrs. Marlene Conway and after serving with Patrol Squadron 48 Preler some experience MOTORCYCLI RIPAIRSt Factory c/alr cond. '...-'267 or

son Robert Tyler, Starke; 2 grand-- North Florida Regional Hospital in Mrs. Wanita Jerrell, all of Jackson- and Helicopter Training Squadron 18. In early child trained mechanics. ....8887 alter S. /18 Itpd
children. Gainesville Wednesday morning ville, Mrs. Joyce Jones Middleburg, He was named the Pacific Fleet development. Car needed.. US-301 South, 964 6020. SI 230 across from hospital.
Funeral services will be conductedat following a long illness. Mrs. Irene Hendricks, Doctors Inlet Sailor of the year and was also pinned Mileage paid. Contact Bob 5/29 TFchg S.IOOKKUP1NG. Lovely 3 8R. IVi bath 1196

3 p.m. Friday at the Chapel of Ar. Born In Lawrence County Tennessee and Mrs. Katrina Lawson. Springfield as Sailor of the Quarter five times Larimer. SIRVICISt. 9 sq. It. large lot Today only
1 she moved to this while serving with VP-48 and HT-18. years experience In all
cle Tanner Funeral Home, with Rev. July 1920. Miss.; one brother William 36900. Special honing
phases and
Including taxes
Lacy Conway officiating. Burail will area 25 years ago from Gainesville.Mrs. Sapp, and one sister Mrs. Susie Edwards forms available. Call today

be in Santa Fe Cemetery south of McGuire was employed for 16 both of Gainesville. During 1980, the Blue Angels per- 473-707S government alter 5 P.M. 7/3 964-9533. Also 4 BR, 2 bathIn
Starke. with Archie Tanner Funeral years as a clerk at the Keystone State Funeral services will be announced formed over 75 airshows in 44 dif. tfchg country 9111chVWATlI'IONT

Home In charge of arrangements. Bank and was a member of the Eliam later( by Archie Tanner Funeral Home ferent cities in the United States with TVPtWRITERS AND ADDING Sampson
Baptist Church In Melrose. ofStarke. two shows in Canada and show In .
one MACHINES cleaned and Lake A frame, new 3 BR,
Raymond (Ray) Stone Survivors Include: her husband, Puerto Rico. serviced., Phone .....6s02. *T. both Make oiler
.
Herman McGuire; one daughter, Card of ThanksWe Ricky Frick was president of the next to Telegraph. 9/18 9..5533.18 Itchg
Raymond (Ray) Stone, 64, died Brenda Carr, Keystone Heights; two 1970 Bradford High Class. He is married 3tpd 102PIANO COUNTRY HOME by owner.

Monday, Sept. 15, at Bradford County sons Troy.McGuire, Little Rock,Ark. to the former Patti Whitehead of LESSONSi Beglnlng' 2 BR. I 8A, Cement block
Hospital after an extended illness. and Robert McGuire, Gainesville; would like to take this opportunity Starke. They reside with their two students now scheduling.Nell and frame on 1.10 acre

Born and raised in Greenville, Pa., four brothers, Grady Campbell and to express our "SpecialThanks" children In Pensacola.The Mann 483-1175. 8/28 with chain link fence. One '
Mr. Stone moved to Starke In 1944 Orlee Campbell both of Columbia, to all our friends for your Blue Angels will be performingat 41chIJ 918SlWING 10x14 utility home
; one
; where he served in the army. Having Tenn., Wink Campbell prayers flowers, food and other Kind NAS Cecil Field 18 October 10. Hems and seams. redhousopossible, rental,
J been employed in several local Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and Leon expressions of sympathy offered to us Simple alternations. Phone house 2 wells
department stores until his retirement -- Campbell of Hermitage, Tenn.; five during the loss of our loved one. .'t 964.S493. 9/4 tnchgI one pump shallow : ,
he was a member of the sisters, Vera Stewart and Pauline .,; I HANG WALLPAPER and on. being used,
American Legion Post in Starke and a Shelton, both of Lawrenceburg, The Family of ., paint small or large |lob.. one d..p well. Security",
member of St. Edwards Catholic Tenn., Ima Self, Gainesville Flossie Frank C. Clark Advertise in the Call alter 6 964.6543. 9/11 I chickens light 54 Rhode Island
Classified Section 2tchg 9/28 now laying
Church. Mae Groves, Orlando and Zola -'i'I. --:, .
F Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Edna Williams Nashville, Tenn; and five Buying or'felling WILL SASYSIT day or night.' Recently to surveyed be, mustbe .
seen
Call 964-883S. 310 N. appreciatedCall
Alvarez Stone, Starke; 2 grandchildren. "P I Water St. 9/18 2tchg 9/29 964.6834. 9/18 2tchg
Funeral services will be held at :
daughters Mrs. Raylene Selnekovlc, 9/23
Greenville Pa.. Mrs. Pauletta 11:00: A.M. Friday Sept. 19, in the i I Union County Ads MOBILE HOME 3 8R I acre,
Phillips of Lake Butler; 1 son,Jerome Eliam Baptist Church with the well tank
Stone Greenville Pa.; 2 sisters Mrs. pastor Rev. Leslie J. Harris, of- PaysTo i DEATH CAUSES SALE house,septic fence, utility lond..cop.d. .

Betty Pierce Mrs. Pauline Sensed ficiating. Interment will be in _ _ of privacy
Keystone Heights Cemetery. In lieu of H_.. furniture antique. garden space
both of Greenville Pa.; 9 grand- OVERTISEI'!' PERSONAL FORSALESINGSS FOR SALE $12.900. Call 7623928 ,
children and 2 great grandchildren. flowers a contribution may be madeto dining teem bedroom furniture 9/18
the Eliam Baptist Church Building Cell SERVICES ) bookcase desktfireplace Itchg
recited at 8
.
Rosary was p.m. OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES I PLUSH NEW HOME on Sea.
Wednesday, Sept. 17, at the Chapel of Fund or the Keystone Heights United GIFTJS.e Union tools) 1 recliningchojrsr
964 e303Todayl Future on. of Singer's' sent Rd over 2200 iq. It. of
CUSTOM MADIOIA'.I" Odds and ends
Methodist Church Fund.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with Building Times ;
County Monday
lines. Makes buttonholes, open enclosed Lot 139x160 4
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home is In ree V.12 lent canvas fleer/ area
Father Martin J. Jung. Mass will be estimates. local darns, monograms. overcosts. and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. fenced back yard must'

(today) Thursday, Sept. 18 at 11:00: charge of arrangements. distributors for completely stretch' stitches, etc.Repossessed. to S p.m.. Wednesday-. fustier cerpet clock sweeper) electric) grend-.1,- seen to be appreciated
closed and
Thursday Friday
washable nationally Originallysold cleaner TVmlcrow.v. Priced In law 60'.. Call today
for over WOO. Pay oil 8:30 a.m. till noon. ) perteble )
advertised Gordsette 9643933.Office .
balance SPECIAL CLEARANCI SALEsJim's even) 4 largemetal
due $194 cash or

I Keystone Area AdsFOR Draperies.Stephens.!. Ed SW 4962219.or Enterprise loma $13.20 assume per payments month. Older of St.. lake Furniture Butler. 6 499 only Main La. typewriter cabinets) chine) dish portable.... For Rent

Z Queen Size
9taOTFN.CRAWFOED'S. machine accepled as port Boy Sleepers ,
payment. White Sewing reg. price from $951 to Comer SI Is end. Cennerly Available Nov. 1 tit
Center, 3937 S.W. Archer $1102. Clearance Rd. First house-last side- S AMPLE PARKING

SALEUNCLAIMID FOR SALE HOMES FOR PERSONAL EXTERMINATING COMMERCIAL CO.l Serving Rood Archer Square prk.-t699.93 to $769.95.I.II.po..d. Brick house S"-... Ph. Hwy. 100 at Laura St.

homes, business In Plata, Gainesville. Phone I Living '....1746. Itpd. 9/18. Starke
LAYAWAY SALE SERVICES 3774466. 9/18 room suite cost now-$749.
TWO ACHES near SR-100 Union Bradford Columbia tfnchg 473-2735
Larg. microwave ov.". near Keystone Helghte. Counties. 496-3986 Collect. UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY CleaTance prlce-$239:
Never used. Variable $300 down $6684 per GATOR BONE LAKI.Modern .CARPENTER WORKl 7/3 TFN CHG. large microwave 0".". I.S.rto.Klng .1.. pillow loll
pow.r.. Detroit cycle, .,C. month. Phone 473-4098 or ass I8A unfurnished, Remodeling work kitchen STALVIY'S SCRAP METALl Never used. Variable matt and spgs. Slight
Full factory warranty. 473.4367 alter 6 p.m. fireplace. deck, central cabinets and trim dollar for powers Defrost cycle etc, dammage to corn. ol
Assume payments $19.14 Ifnchg 9/4 air. 473-2479. tfnchg 8/14 carpenter. Reasonable pays aluminium' top Full factory warranty. mattress Was $399.99.
copper
p.r month. Whit. Sew LAKB LOTS AND ACREAGEKeyttone .- 12x60 28R MOBILE HOME- prices. Call Ed Dempsey at ,radiators batteries. Assume payments $19.14 CI.oro"c..S3S0. Jim's Fur
ing/Appliance Center. Archer Heights, owner A/C many accessories. 473-2477. tfnchg 9/4 tied In per month.' White Sew. nlture. 499 Main St., lake
On large shady rental lot ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS newspapers ing/Appliance Center Butler. Itchg9/15
Square Plasa. financed 10 percent in bundlss 490 SW 5th St. ,
Gainesville. Phone terest. Lots on clear, sand overlooking Lok. Geneva. Closed meetings Monday 8 Lake Butler. Phone 3927 S.W. Arch.Road. Archer PURPLE CRAPESt 50 cents' a
377.4466. tlnchg( 9/1s bottomed ak.. priced to ".500. 4734062. Itchg p.m. Open meetings, Fri. 4962773. Open Man Square Plata pound we pick. Call
SINGle '"' day S Alonon MondayS Gainesville. Phone 496-2601. 2tchg 9/11 9/18.
tell from 9000. On. to p.m. Thurs. FrI. 9-9 Sat. 91. NOW AVAILABLE
Future one of Sing.,'. five acres overlooking EXECUTIVE HOME view of p.m. Alateen Monday 7 Ask for leray. Stchg 3774446. rlnchg /t8 UllDINGSi All steel, clear-
t finest. Makes buttonholes, (access available) with golf course. 3 BR. 2 bath p.m. All meetings In 8/28.9/Ia. RIPOSSISSEDColor span buildings. Examples
darn., monogram., over nice trees from $3.900! yellow brick federal financing Educational Building.' Community YARD lALEi Sal.' Sept. 18. TV console model 29" 11. 30x48x 12' for LIMITED
casts stretch' tlilchei. .''c. $500 down. $90 a month. available. call Church. tfnchg 7/3. Ceramic. |hunk and screen. Under warranty. $3.992 40'x72'xl4' for
t ,, Repottetsed. Originallysold Commercial frontoge-- 473.3133 ask for Bob Marrls. PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING clothing 12 noon until 6 Pay off balance due $18' 16.072.00 e x77x14'' for DISTRIBUTORSHIP I

for over $300. Pay off investment opportunity. 9/18 ItchgMISCELLANEOUS and wallpapering. p.m.. M. Herkey.' 380 S... cash or assume payments ".904 oO/xl29'xl6 far
I, ; balance Phone 4732477. 9/4 ol $19 month. Alto $16.037. Call toll free today -
due tfnchg
$154 cash or SR-21N Owner-salesman. 3rd Ave. lake Butler. 9/18 per Finally there Is an answer to the skyrocketing' .
for
j 1 1480 model $23 month price guarantees.
assume payments of 473 4379. nchg 9/4 Itpd. per coil ol site-built homes. The Benchmark
manufactured
; $13.20 per month.' Older AKC OOBIRMANS-Top WANTED White SewingApplianceCenter 1800848-1970 till S p.m. -
machine accepted at portpoym.nt. quality only. You are Invited TWO FAMILY YARD SALE- WILL BABYSIT In my 3927: S.W. Archer 31chg 9/11 9/29. ..n.1IIhome developed, from our 34 years
Whit. Sewing to visit our kennels. Friday and Saturday Sept. ROOMMATE WANTED" home Phone 496-2428. Road Archer Square ONB ACRE MOBILE HOME experience In controlled I production building.
Center, 3527 S.W. Archer 4791228WACHEMEISTER. 19 and 20 "5. Baby bed. female. Own BR In 6-room 2tpd I Rood Archer Square DOBERMAN Sears (lag g.,, kitchen house. Lakefront on lake WILL SASYSITt In my home 3774466. tfnchg 9ISDon't good out buildings. Near these distributorships, are going fast.
0.0. Gainesville. Phone "tfntng 73MONO range. guitar, vacuum Hutchison. $100 month day, night or weekends.Call lake Butler. Call 496-2064. But just at Important as our attractive price Is our
3774466. tfnchg 9111 197CC Super '.one cleaners misc. Items.CIS. 1/3 utilities: first-last, plus Janice Noegel ForgetDeadline 2tpd '"' 9/29. unsurpassed quality. That's why these homes are approved '
MUST SELL I Upright Ir....'. 318cc. Super Tryk. 399cc. lake Bedford. next to $30 security. Many 496-2519. 4tchg 91.,09.INSURANCE CorClassifieds ,2MOTORCVCIESI. I Honda by FHA. FNMA. S8CC. HUD conventional
$130 1 riding lawn mower. Jowo I29cc. Trl-Spart Salvation Army Camp. privileges. 473-3110 from ) is 400. 1973 good condition. lenders and by Individual state factory housing laws.
$60: baby accessories. 290cc. Derbl.Peugeof- Follow signs. Bennett and 9-11 p.m. 6tchg 9/11-10/16 I Honda 350. n..... tome Here are some ol the features you'II find In our totally
,: Phone 473-2719 Itchg 9/18 Tomos-Sofarl-Mlcrocar. Oliver. Itchg 9V1B WOIKING COUPLE seeks. 12 noon Tuesday work Call 496-2018 after 9 energy-efficient built anywhere line of Benchmark

1976 I3HP COPeS TRACTOR" MOPED CITY INC. lake rental. $200-230 MAINIS INSURANCI AOINCVt pm.2tpd 9/18 9/29. Hornet! 2x6 platter walls, double floors, R-30 ceiling

with turning plow dl.... 221 NE.39th Ave. FOR SALE month. Phone 378.3777 160 S. lake Ave.. lake 10 I/I ACCESs on graded I Insulation R.19 wall Insulation, O.I. accessories and

cultivator with hili.... two Gainesville. Fl tAROt PINTO PONY alter S p.m. 2tpd 9/1-II Butler. 496-3978. Complete HELP WANTED rood. Ideal for small form the strongest 3-year warranty In the industry Factory
.
..tro tires, excellent con 378-9739 Real mare.6yearsold. DRAFTING WORK WANTEDcertlllcate Insurance ,.", Ic.. TFNWELCOME. or hometlte. Price $13,000. crews Install and complete all homes on tile. Wide
.. ;, dition. $1.900. Phone 4tpd 9/11.10/2 good In Industrial $180 PER WEEK PART-TIME! Call 496-2294 tram a.m. selection of models Include ranch l-ranch bl-level.
699-2107. llchg ./,* shape. Experienced rider drolling. year-old,, male at home. Webster, Thursday Fri. .level '
REPOSSESSED needed barrel to 3 p.m. trl two-itory and duplex floor plans bull
:.;:. 1977 FORD F-1SO flatbed. 'ac.s. desires part-time or lull. America foremost dictionary Saturday and Sunday
Color TV console model. 25 day. anywhere.
.
( Phone Diane 473.4701
; ; r r AT. PS PB; Hobart 290: ampgas or lime work. 473-3329. I company needs 9/11.
",..n. Under warranty. 473-2643. Itpd "" tchg ollday. Itpd To quality, you must financially able loln.11a
welder 4500 W Item
: watt / I home
; ; 9/18 are having' workers to updatelocal
.;.. V electric start Pay off balance due $188)) BUILDING!I All steel clear- Model Home Center or spec house In your area.
generator. lists. All
I, ;.: F Phone 4733919. Itpd 9/18 cath or assume ....,......t. span buildings. Examples: LOST/FOUND to paint p fit y by ages mailing experience unnecessary. FOR RENT Solid training and expert guidance are continuously
of $19 month. Alto
..
: per 30'x4S'xl2' for provided.This
SAILBOAT FOR SALEi Mast
.
Send address
Tr .Chem Liquid name
and sail faq small boat While 1900 model $23 per month. $3,992*40s72x14'' for$6,593i41is96sl4 STRAYED Oil STOLENi Two phone number. to OOUBll Is an exciting and highly profltble buslnetsopportunity.

$69.: oldie but goodie, Sewing/Appliance for nine-month-old Debar. EmbroideryWednesday Webster, 1644 Sayvlew WIDI MOEILE .
refrigerator lor sale. $60. Center. 3527 S.W. ArcherRoad $9,92..60'.100'.1.' for mans, black disappearedWednesday. Sept. 24 Avenue. SuIteIIOI.1590H. HOMEs 3 bedroom AC.corp..d. For full Information and brochure phone
Phone 479-2299 after 6 Archer Square 14342. Call toll free today Near War- 9O4/S76-31Sa-Jlm Thomas Ron Duel!
7:30 or
Sept. 10. : P.M. Lake Trenlo. Ontario or write, 642
Plaio. Gainesville. Phone
) far thington Springs. Ills I
p.m. I IChll '/11 3714466. tfnchg 9/18 1.110O-.1570 price guarantees.tel 8 p.m. Reward. 479-2299 alter 6 450 S W 3rd 81 1""nAr ,. Canada M4G 3C2. month. Call 4963253. TFN per Mobry Street, Tallahassee. Florida 32304.::
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FOR RENT TRAIURl No pet allowed. LOST/FOUND MISCELLANEOUS WANTEDGOOD YARD SALE FOR SAIERIPOMUMO FOR SALE FOR SALE '. ,

PAIM Coil 964-8077. tlllltehg .1.
APARTMENTS Fun MOO .I HOMIl 2 M. A/C LOSTi Chine** Pug, fawn KID ONI ADULT for $7.06 PMdS PAR for used DININO ROOM .SIT FENCING All kind, hag ." \.
mhad Sat.
"'lcl_..* and 1 ,Sept.201600 W.Adkln. .
colored. 3...... old. Lot In weekly Include. I lb. .
fumlthed 2 21 mobile .home* U mortgageh Color TV .ol I.model 2S" '
on .ere. cor
M apt*., warily. or mon dolly St. Air conditioner Mahogany table with six wire, welded wire, "barbwire
Mimosa Manor off meat choice of "
.11.. east of Stark. area, .1>3/4 paid or mar. SMO8ILI creen. Under warranty., chair china cabinet and chain
thly. NEW wood links '
FURNISHED Bethel Rd. and Wilson Rd. vegetable. and free refrigerator, mOftImlac.lI.n.o. / more "
groin
STUDIOS monthly' only." $133.00 mo.. pki. $73.00 HOMI SALIS. .. Item. Pay off balance due Sill buf f.t. "...".... 9/18 free ..lIma_. MANNING ,
Amwor to "Wrinkle detail Write, RK Rt. I. *
7
2313 defKMlt. 11.1.... couple ,..-5606. Open day coin or atium payment
N. Tempi. .to..... 964-7443.9/18 Itchg FENCE CO.. 473-4122.
_... Call 964-6479 oft r 5 Call 964-6237 or 9645774. Box 471, lokealla.' Florida. Itpd of $19 per month. Alto
TPchg p.m. 9/18 ItchgjAPARTMINTl till Itchy 33922. tllI..tpd 10/9 WAPITIS, mile homo axle ONI MIL put hospital on 1980 model$23 per month. AUCTION IC..._. TPchaj M. .t'

KITCHINITTISl On. BR Utllltl* furnlthad. WILL KICP elderly person In and Hre*. Will pick up.. RD 230. 396 Chev. motor'; Whit. Sewing/Appliance !Antique, furniture, CHAIN LINK PINCI .
oportm., pool. TV AC .$183.00 per month. my horn,. 468-2322., till OlIN'S MOBIll NOME ped/kl .boat, toddle, Center 3527 SW. Archer glawar. bedroom material. Do It yourself
IItlllt...
.
Incl........
tumlihtd. Totally Call ...-5261 or .....112. Itchg SALES. .....11606. Open 7 houtehold Item, plant Read Archer Square suites, tool plus many and iave. Installation
.
Weekly, man. CARS ftTRUCKS 9/18 mar Item. Auction available. Free ..lima***.
thly rot... TEMPII ./11 Itchg day* a week.. TPchg Itpd Plata,. Oolnetvllle. Phone every
MOTEL BOATS
MO N. ., S M NOME on It oar. CASH FOIl COMES Gold SAT. ONLY '.5. Riding/ lawnmower 377-446. Ifnchg 9/18 Friday night. I ml. south of HandyMan Fence C..
T.mpl. Av. ,
Sforii. Phon "' .7:157.: SIM.OO month. For mora .11",. Marling dental 2 twin mattresses UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY Stark on 301. 64-899V. TFchg L.WAUOH' .
9/201Fchp. .. Information call .....7932 16' TRI-HUU PWIR04ASS/ gold OP scrap(owelry, opHcal and springs, bookcase,. large microwave oven. SouthattrnAuction HOUSE OP
MIMOSA MANOR MOMll after 6 p.m. 9/10 ItpdAPARTMINTi 1974 FORD .... 'P-100 Soot W/8O hp Mercury frame., ate. J.R. BullIngton book, cloth*, .houtehold, Never uted. Variable Service VACUUMS Many brand

NOME PARK mobll.home Furnlehed. S3.000. Phono 782-3765. motor' and GotOl'' 'rail. 964-423O. TFchg. .baby. stuff etc. Located an power*. Defrost cycle, etc. of new vacuum. Used

span for....t. Phon A/C carpeted, patio 198 9/18 DOOOf Itpd PICKUP Call D.P. ReddUh, WANTED Used fool, "both S. Orange St. near PlgglyWlggly. Pull factory warranty., .64.1527tllltnchg machine _allabl.. Pan
468-2912. TFchg .eporata building. Inqulr $300.' -1910.7/17 TPPD. : mechanic and carpenter. 9/18 ItpdPRI Assume. .payment $19.14 BUllSt Reglttered and cross and acceworle for all :
ot 407 W. Joff_. 918tnchg Sliding camper. with kick*. Phone "....331 month Whit. Sow
Oma SPACI ottractlv, S3SO.or .both far 1<<30. Dog 18 PT.OLASTftON BOATl;225 or B. SAT 607 Mellon T... par bred. James Gakln. vacuum yatam 404 NW
_II. Separata building. ban available Call hp. V-hull. Vinyl top and 463.1551.911nchp Household Item, Ing/Appllanc Center .....II3S6. till tnchg 10th A".., Calnevlll.
SMALL COTTAOI I weald Ilk.. to old 3527 S.W.Archer Road Archer
buy
Nar town. Plenty, of parking .' onICtng.I. ...-57..7.911.ltchg many deluxe -......... a children' clothe, nick 1-WHIIL IIKI In good phone 376-7110. TFchg

>poc*. Inquire 407 W. rats until., take, wlnt.r 72 OMC I........ Short.bad. Jut .Ilka. mewl I Call wooden oak bed lea old box big old nock: mite. 3 famllle Oolnetvllle.Square Plata Phone .hop*. Call 9641112. 9/18 UMIROCKi 20 yd. semi
May. Depoelt dining room
Jefferion St. 9/18 tnchg Oolnetvllle ItchgSUZUKIi lead only, ALLEN I.
376.3619.1PM. 9/18
required no pete call VI. '1. Call 782-8019 table will pay emh. Call Itpd 3774466. Ifnchg 9/18
ONS IIDIOOM'A'AIIT.. 933-236. 9/15 atpd 9/25 after 6 p.m. 9/18 ltpdSURPLUS collect Mr*. Lloyd ((813)) 644 N Cherry St.. ,rI. I Sat., SINGER 330 GT; 1973. Only TAYLOR Unvty. Phone

MINTi UtllltlM Incl........ WANTED 343-7119 or writ to 1750 baby Hem, curtain, Putura. ana of Singer 13.000 mils. Good condi 782-3172. TFchg

Call 964.8429 altar 6. 9/16 ANIMALS M8SC JEWS Core and Tyrone ........ St. Pete. Fl. maternity" cloth. mn' finest Makes. buttonhole, tion. $600 or boot off.r. CVPMM LUMlIRi Mot any
ItpdOAIAOI truck available through USED TIN appra'x. 55 33710. 9/11 2tchg 928WANTED and woman' clothing' darn, monogram, overcattt 333-2828. 9/11 I Itpd lie available Including

APT 1 ,bedroom, FRIG Beagle 'fwnoi and government. GCI_. Many Call .heal*. 10 ft. long call Mobile Ham Ax.kn. mltc. 9/18 ItchgAdvertise trtch stitches, etc. SMAll QUARTIRHORSlinor. mantle place Sample
tell for under $200. 9/18
after 6
964-8057
lumlihad SIM.OO plus$7Sdepotlt. p,ppl.. "7131. 9/18 >312/742-1142 ..t. 70S for p.m. Paying the bt prk Repaeied. Originally l I recur trophy winner. price: 4"x4"xI' $3.70
No houta pat Itchg how Itchg for good condition axle*. old for over $900. Pay off Alto 1971 Plymouth VxV'xr 240.: Sawdust.
Mont only 964-9813 or AMAZON PARROT for ..|.. Information 8/21 on 4tchg to 91.purchase. .. WANTED BUYi Sloth. pin 964-8331.9/11 mchg in the "balance due $194 coth or lotion wagon. A/T P/S. also. available. Call

964-MOS.. Itpd $229. cog Included. CoIl cone.. J.L. Water. Classified Section assume payment of P/B A/C 4737046. 9/18 Stephen Smith 4o8-2624.
964-8382. 9/1$ Itpd 911. 10/2. Lawtey, Fl. till Stchg)10/2 $13.20 per month. Older 2tchg 9/23 Hampton. ./7 tnchg.

---- -- machine accepted a* part EARLY AMIRICAN sofa SMRIMPi Fresh River. Shrimp

.payment White Sewing choir, coffee end .nd for your fr_.,. Please

Center 3527 S.W. Archer table. Good condition. call Dotty, Cheney, Green

Reed Archer Square Reaonabl 964-7115 afterS Cove Spring. :284-V7U.

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE 377-4466.Plata Galnowllle tfnchg till, Phone CABINBTti p.m. 9/18 Kitchen Itchg one OWES 8/14 tnchg.U-PIck Easy picking

M ACRES.. of farm land, good lower with double link and Scuppernong. and

pacture, com timber faucet Alto two upper MuModlne. SO cant a
fenced with creek.. cabinet. $43. Call pound. Open everyday B

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST 9646328.21 tnchg. ....-6653. 9/11 tpd a.m. til dark. Lilly'*

Redecorating Bunk Bed. Vineyard. Florahome 12

HELPWANTED "bar stools, call 964-87M or mile Eat of Keystone

9646208. tlllltehg Height. Highway 100.

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN 79 SUZUKI ISO motorcycle 659.2t21.21 4tpd till)
9.100 mile, windshield LAND POI SALE 30 Ac.
MEMOIRS.. for Bradford All- roll bar excellent condition. Wo rOakCr""ar.offC'.Iord

Sport Club to support ell $1300. Call 9648026. Rd. Price

Tornado team. Fund.banquet 9/18 Itpd negotiable 782.37M. f/18
CLASSIFIED SECTION. *. tweoter and Inprovement NAY POI SALE Argentina 2tpd /29

In sports S12S per bale In field or One Sew I8.00O BTU AVC

.. facllltle. .. $10 membership.Call $130 at the"'rn. ....5081. unit new compreer 1180
....5200 01'61>1I.
till I tehg firm. ....7334. 9/11 tnchg
9/11 2tehg 9/21 NIW AND USED FURNirURI SOPAi threei cushion
The Son's Classified section BABYSITTIR NEEDED for arm
Shop temporary/ potlllon In my and appliance Porch ola, good construction but

.home Friday. and Saturday rocker. BARGAIN need recovering S7S. Call

night ....7375. till I tpd CENTER US 301 South 782-3588. 9/11 2tpd 9/28
for 9646679. TFchg 72 OOOOI PICKUP. '*8
every day great shopping values FtUMWNO FIXTURES, window Mustang 7S 380 Suzuki

BAKISAU .. door*. pipe' *, plus fairing extras. 74 GT ISO

SaturdeySept-M 10.000 other Item now at Suzuki electric *stove

9AJM.-TllrT Bargain Center US 301 mltc. Item.964-.743.tll'

lPrwrtfStarke South. Starke. TFchg Itpd
Prmt. Shop. '
HAIHOrtCSSBMS WANTCO .N.aL"NS TCLBPHONB SALBS-N.TW MOILK
pro HOMtlSEMVICC
redferdCe.CBCIu .
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'lt>.for ountr t.t+n hIv .... AarM ,.. *.!"><. work yo.Iq0.007 for on',.... ctorm.'orv. GRAPES
Kay IUNCH lVEN/NOM *o.mow w/f .. = hours. Mely In ow.a. Wnt./d5 ., .. nd nnvI.ncsd ...O'EW.Madison St.
Good,1..111 era/c.or peed Mr.d. ]75471 FS M ,:.. T V. at 1.75 S Nowtwry ltd, rooulrod/ S.1.y op m. 3J7-amsa Scuppernong
typing ski373oil C01W / tor StMritwwt WarfcFU TIWNITOItVSALBSScMcUlli MEDICAL. TBCHNICIANClinical Stork
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BA Ind 51 Hltrinf Account*. To WO.OOOP and can work Intfopandontlw Mutcodin .
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ins PLYMOUTH ARROW. OT.ir. '71 00005 COLT 1 dew Ph. 4.2-1329 Rs
I Nil BUCK BLKTW22SFOPJD AM/rw mo 0.000 mil,/**. .5.m mu... auom00lc. :: CONTRACTOR
1 1 Good __ and now tor... R5 send_tlon. Sa.d trs.nWsOlsen.. 34 m.... .a.... Call .,... ...
air. 1510 C.II.72-..... ra... C.llelll.75 1213.3174315.. ..l.3....alter.p m. .
JAX. LA. 3S7-9W1 CALL comer
Iwo PALCON. 6Cylinder, ivn: PONTIAC, Lk MANS. a coor. '..VW DASMBt WAGON
_omatlc/ good c_,_. t7..., .'tr. Dower .tMli,>./.....)*.... ca. 'Ufom.lIc..'lr. S390019X80 GOLD
C.toC--,,,3<*VOO9O.MUSTANO 0oo J tlr... run w..il. .....''n. HARFREOAUTOANNEM. WANTED ALL WORK GUARANTEED
1 77 IMPALA 4 deer SO_'. woo 377.to>.ftarSrk4MarvlnQ.SfUdeTfll N.Main
w held.aor Oqust w/w. 3757J. 72-11 ....M27 A TO Z PAWNSHOP ROOFING

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964-8348: O COMAAIRCIAL

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Restricted for 1850 sq. Financing Available

ft. minimum buildingsize Bradford County Call 94-431

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steaort ftMlty of Oolnoftvlli*. PEST CONTROL SERVICES!
STORY. S ell fits bII.. lnc.HBAt.TOKS. jrJ-XJ*> 1972'OU."OONwi'
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Phone 984-5608 Serving Bradford. I Clay, I, N.wi. Used

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.A..C 5-TRACK Mares eaa..sM 115 L. Repairs
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1 l2 2x4 1.39 2.29 2.98 3.39.3.98 p 11A W804p ,
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