Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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, ._ Cooler Weather Expected This Weekend : :':r <''iif"" Co,lJ./V

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...,\"Ii[ with fair\ weather oiled with showers. Index... -- SINCE 1879 -
r;." A cold front, the first.of the Fall of 1980, Is credited with bringing'tM
. L-'," I rains of the past week and the cooler weather this weekend. Some three
; ', Inches of rain fell on the county, mostly Monday and Tuesday. Forestry Three Section
,.,\ ';r, HQ predicted a low of M degrees Wednesday night. SECTION At
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New Patios
/:; The county received 4'Inches of rainfall during September, according
.. :'; to the Division of Forestry headquarters on SR-loow..t of Starke( ,most of. Editorial.............. Page 4A
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,'( :... \ It coming in the past week. It had been extraordinarily dry Camp SianSociety. Page SA-7A
; ii' ding reported 1.82lnchea. of rain for September. Correipondence .... Page tA-t
\,f, ;! :: \ Santa Fe Tower,at Hampton Lake, reported 1.1 inches Saturday Sept. Legal'! & Meal Est.Pag 10AAIIA
'. 37; Vi-lnch Sunday 28 1-inch 29 1/10-inch Tu8sday SECTION Bt
Sept. 30 Sept. ; Monday,Sept. ; Brief......... ... ... .........4B The Sweetest Strawberries This'Side of Heaven
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New River Tower, at Forestry! HQ on SRrlOO, reported 14-lnches MonObltuerle. "
day and 18 -Inches Tuesday. .Clatsifl.df.Page06if6Highland 102nd Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cent Copy

Saturday and Tower Sunday, on, 1-Inch U S-301 Monday north,of and Lawtey.3-lnch811, reported Tuesday.Vi-lnch rains Sport SECTION.....Ct... .... ... ......1C-4C 11th Issue Thursday October I, Its* LISPS 06Z.700

Poor TurnoutIs


5 Here TuesdaySupervisor


of elections Neva Flynnpredicts
little better than a 40 percent
/ p turnout in next Tuesday's Second
Primary In spite of the pocketbook
appeal of a proposed Increased
Homestead Exemption amendment,
offering up to $25,000 exemption by
tl. 1982 for homeowners who have been
1 residents of Florida for five years or

more.Also apparently failing to generate

ifYE p much Interest among voters is the up-
$ coming straw ballot on a special taxIng -
district to levy an additional one
mill ad valorem tax to provide fire
protection In the unincorporatedareas i \
of the county. Only freeholders
(property owners) are eligible to vote Commission race, Wilbur Waters and
I on the special fire tax district under Homer Hart, spoke briefly but
rules established by the county commission brought no new issues to the surface,
Oct Freeholders will be asked to confining their remarks to promisesof
sign an affidavit giving the location of Improved services if elected,
: the property.At Theirs will be the only county race remaining -
a Monday night meeting of fire on the Second Primary
chiefs of volunteer departments servIng ballot. Waters was high man in the
Uh the unlncoi) 'porated areas, disap- First Primary, receiving 1,686 votesto
pointment was expressed concerningthe Hart's 991.
slim turnout at last Saturday'srally Only two other races will appear on
and supper at the Lea Whitehead the Democratic ballot next Tuesday.
FOR'FIRErTCflojj farm, where an appeal was made by George Kirkpatrick and Perry C;
Bradford County Volunteer Fire McGriff Jr. both of Gainesville, are
Department Chief Harry Green for In the run-oft for State Senate, Sixth
voter support of the tax district.Some District. McGriff was high man in
250 meals were served at the rally. Bradford County In the First' Primarywith
1,624 votes to Kirkpatrick's 1.370.MCGrlffLllIo .
nc :As a.'final effort the chiefs decided ledjln! .(he .district!! b1-
'I to spearhead a ; ; ,
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"....-JL.i Firemen Push -K G .* week, explaining the purpose of the Senator will pit Incumbent Richard
<3lijtr Ofciiin (Erier tax district and the need for updatedand (Dick) Stone against Insurance Com-
For: ProtectionVolunteer ",-, more efficient equipment in orderto missioner Bill Gunter. Stone, with 065
firemen. pushing for. a adequately protect property in votes, was third man in Bradford
special fire lax district: were disappointed .... these areas.A County in the First Primary, trailing
Saturday In the turnout at the .,. It w 7 rlj handbill distributed by the former State Senator Buddy McKay,
rally at the Lea Whitehead volunteer firemen at Saturday's rally who led with 1,853, and Gunter with
.1.x SNrrr. farm near Raiford. ...... ., said "If the proposed special tax 1749. McKay has endorsed Gunter,
r1 Chief Harry Green said some 250 -. .. district fails,you will have Bradford and if his supporters follow his lead,
persona were served meals./ The tection outside the cities in Gunter should be the winner in Brad-.
flremenar.eondue&ln.adoor-to-doofo (; .,.;""I County." ford next Tuesday.
campaign In unincorporated areas In \ ," 'vi This statement was challenged by Only contested race on the
the push for a favorable vote Tuesday ,' ..... .-- "M ,. County Commissioner Maxle Carter, Republican ballot In Bradford County.,
. and are Intent on turning out > :.. Jr. who told the gathering It was will match front-runner and former
their own members for the vote. I misleading and that the County Com Public Service Commissioner Paula
Holding up the sign, above from f mission would continue to support the Hawkins against former Con-
left: Bill Crouse, Lawtey fire chief; J volunteer departments to the best of gressman Lou Frey in a run-off for
Henry Thornton, Hellbmnn fire chief; its ability. Carter said the one mill tax the Republican nomination for the
FRIDAY. OCTOBRIPOOTaALLGAMI : Norman Dowdy. Lt. BC Dept.l would raise approximately 1170,000, U.S. Senate post. Hawkins swept
George Pierce Brooker fire chief. but acknowledged later that he Inadvertently Bradford's GOP ticket in the First
INS VI SANTA PE and Harry Green, chief of the BC Vol. used the figure that one Primary with 102 votes to 31 for Frey.
INS Stadium mill would raise on all assessed property She also came close to winning a First
f.00 P.M.TBCNA9ERSOP. FD.At right Jerry Thompson and In the county. County Property Primary victory in the statewide
friends in front ef some of the antiquated Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez had voting.
fire truck on display.Several previously estimated $126,000 as the
DANCE pieces of equipment were left at homee f:+f 1 v.f amount one mill would raise when applied Five AmendmentsAll
Civil Defense Bldg.
.f to property In the unincorporated ) ballots to be used next
10:00 p.m.-12:30.m. oases for protection against a possible .i +4 Tuesdaywill
fire. a. r f areas. offer members of all parties,
Little. Women)
Green said he considered the handbill Democrat, Republican Independent
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statement valid because "If the and "other" a chance to register ap-
RUMMAGE SALE voters don't show their concern for proval or disapproval of five Constitu-
Junior Woman Club better fire In the unincor- tional amendments. "
11 a.m.4 p.m. HF.A Raises Income Limit to $26,700 porated areas we won't have a leg to In addition to No. 4, Homestead Exemption '

Club...House.. stand on If we go back to the County Increase, the following. four
will be decided
for money next year.:! Green said : l'
HEILBRONSPOSVPDAuxiliary that with the continuing pinch on 1-Authorlzing an exemptionfrom
-7iM P.M. county .finances, which could get ad valorem taxes for persons In-
Northild Baptist Church TQ Broaden $7 Million Loan ProgramIn worse if the increased homestead ex- stalling solar or other alternate
Fellowship Hall emption amendment is approved, energy devices in their homes or
"We'll get only the leftovers and we businesses.
SATURDAY OCTOBER!! action by resolution at a meeting such as VA and FmHA. Mortgage Commercial rates likewise dropped can't run efficient departments 2-Authorizing the issuance of
OARAOB SALE Sept. 22 the Bradford County Housing money from conventional sources Is until they were In competition with without a stable source of financing." revenue bonds by the State to financeor
Starke VPD Auxiliary Finance Authority (HFA) approved currently demanding rates of 13 percent the 11.5 percent HFA bond money. refinance housing for low and
1130.m-2110p.m. raising the Income ceiling of applicants or more. Interest In the HFA cooled Much of the volunteer departments' moderate Income groups in Florida.
Fire Hall-Orand a Weldon under its housing program Last week's action by the HFA was off and loan demand program for outdated equipment was on display at No. 3-AIIowing counties (If
from the present limit of. $22,400 to welcomed by builders, realtors and several months last summer lagged when Saturday's rally, the oldest piece being authorized by a referendum in the
MONDAY_ OCTOBER $26,700. participating lending Institutions. Of loans were available at lower rates { of lIMO vintage, and the newest county or city concerned) to grant ad
The Authority's action was taken to the $7 million available for lending unit being a 1968 American La France valorem tax exemptions to new
v.';,:, BRADFORD broaden the base of families eligibleto under the program, Florida Bank at than rise of the commercial HFA's 11S percent.rates above With the 13 truck. Sixty percent of the equipment businesses and Industries, or for expansion
Commission Meeting participate in the which subscribed million. is of such
program Starke to $3.25 "homemade/military surplus, according enterprises.
: percent, however Interest in the bondprogram's
: fiMa.m.. . has made$7 million available through Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan, $3 11 to the handbill. No. the constitutional
Mi percent rate has
local lending institutions at lltt per'* million, and Keystone State Bank provision mandating a tax on
.=. LAWTEY COUNCIL cent Interest. Before the change, a $750,000. All three are accepting applications revived In recent weeks. Green told the audience that "the business Inventories (personal property
Regular Meeting of lour could not have a combined under the new $26,700 ceiling At present, the closing date for tak- County Commission mandated a held for sale as stock In trade,
JiMP.M.BHSALLSPORTSCLUB.. .. Income exceeding $22,400. ,subject to final approval of MGIC ing loan applications under the pro- referendum for funding fire protec- and livestock) and giving the
: Many households where both husband (Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation four Is February 4, little more than tion" and that the Issue was not initiated Legislature authority to totally ex-
> and wife are employed, exceed ) which was promised by its months away. Attempts are be- by the volunteer departments. empt inventories from ad valorem
7iM P.M.' this ceiling and have been, therefore representative at last week's ing made to have this time limit extended taxation.
INS PleMhouto ,Ineligible for HFA financing. meeting. but at present it is not known Candidates Speak (See editorial page 4A, for more
With the cost of construction constantly -. Harold Davis, manager of Guaranty whether an extension will be possible Competitors the District S County complete discussion of amendments.)
1UESDAY.OCTOBERr rising was found that a fami- Federal's Starke branch, said the or not.
SECOND PRIMARY ly, with only the husband employed, higher Income ceiling should prove a
ELECTION DAY did not have sufficient funds to meet big boost to'' the program, and
'. .' OAT OUT AND VOTE IIf mortgage payments of$350 to$400 per predicted that some applicants who
Starke Tract !
.. RezonedfultiFamily
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',' month on a $35,000 to $40,000 house had been Ineligible for loans under the
8RADPORDMIODLISCHOOL while a family with both husband andwife $22,400 ceiling would reapply now for'

..;:,'.. Advisory Committee employed, could make the mortgage money under the new In a 5-0 vote, the Starke Planning Local real estate salesman Terry Terwlllegar stated that the area .is
;I'T:;:':. 4:30 P.M..lctICIoIOlflce h$32,400ceilingt ruled out because. guidelines. and Zoning Board approved a change Games told the Telegraph the reason. In the process: of going to multi-family
PTO Mae'In..7,30 1'.11I.' of One local builder, Bob Harris of A/-, in zoning to allow property owned by for the change In zoning from RM2 "This the way we are go-,\
Meets.hi Gym In an effort to correct this stumbling fordable Homes, snid he had closed Mr and Mrs. Jerome Johua Involving and designated single family to R-l-A, l land Starke. Is no exception,".sheCommissioner
block to the program, the Authority only one HFA" loan but could have five acres to be rezoned to multifamily multi-family low density,was to allow ..
-of took action on the advice of Dan closed ten by now II the income ceiling ,, low density and subject to the Johns to sell the property) to a
JACKSONBUILDING Livermore of the Jacksonville/ law had been higher. final approval by the Starke City possible developer: of multifamilyapartments. Williams pointed out
SUPPLY firm serving aa bond counsel to the Shortly after the money became Commission. that anyone who purchases the property
HFA. who Mid the higher Income .available last May, Interest rates AI Crosby,Stark planning and toning before they can start building
INC.,Of Stark limit Is necessaryto, qualify more .which had soared to a prime rate of 20 The action was taken after a brief director, pointed out that moat of on the site would have to present a
.to Stark. purchasers for homes in today's.in- 'pe.cent, began dropping due to the discussion at the toning and planning'board's th- area was already classified.for<< site plan to the inning. and planning
Nwy 1111-%....,.' .Dated market. fear'of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting Tuesday. ,Sept. 23, at mobile home parks. ?f board for. Its approvaLCommissloneri. '
M..,.-thItIIoH ,The lUi percent bond program Board that a worse recession would .City Hall in Starke... After a brief discussion: Commissioner i -
Hwy I..2IAo41SomI money has become more attractive In result from a continued light money The property involved lies West of Joe Williams made the motion :JiMus Royal, Mary ,
cS II'"5 M take...... ,,' ,. ; .v "'. recent weeks due to the increased policy. The Fed began, lowering the SR loa South at Alligator Creek ,to grant the coning change and Commissioner Peterson, and Walter :
.,: :: \ rates) on loans from conventional prime rate to 'make more funds cross from Southsid Elementary Cecelia Terwlllegar Terwlllegar and Williams In passing
.I..LW..A.'f': source and government, Agencies. ,available for., business expansion. School and Is Just South of the creek.' seconded the motion. the toning change.


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2* TELEGRAPH. October t. M"
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I. SR-lOOPUDAppro ed6-1by ZonersBy ,

a 5-1 vote Tuesday night the space and buffer tones. owners association or similar
Bradford County Zoning Bosh approved Planned recreation areas' have organization, according to the plan.
rezoning 179 acre between been provided in two locations. The Board member Arthur Schulk, who
SR-10O and Crosby Lake west of main area. centrally located In the cast the only dissenting vote,expressed
SUrke for a Planned Unit Development development will allow for a full concern that home buyers on or
(PUD) proposed by Mr. and scope of recreational activities Including near Crosby Lake might run Into ex- .. ..
Mr*.A.J. Thomas Jr.of Fort Lauder- field: sports, picnicking tra expense In building up the land
dale. nature and Jogging trails, Tarbox and In septic tank installations. Tar-
Mid. In addition smaller recreationarea box said pumps might be necessary In
The property Is now toned R1A, low Is pro=the northwest corner some cases to move effluent from the
density residential.The of the, ant to provide access low flood plain areas up to the septic h ; s
for residents to Crosby Lake. tanks.
roners' recommendation will Sanitarian Daryl O'Neal. '
be cent to the Board of County Commissioners Lakefront lots will have 100 feet on County not attend Tuesday's ..
for final approval or the lake and a depth ranging from 400 meeting said Wednesday that he had I
disapproval at its October 6 meeting.No to 1.300 feet. Each lakefront lot will Issued septic tank permits to Tarboxon
one appeared at the Tuesday have sufficient high ground back 10 lakefront lots in the southwest ow,
meeting In opposition to the change. from the lake to use as a bome lte. portion of the development. The per-
Richard D. Tarbox. Gainesville Tarbox said. The area close to the mits are for tanks accommodating
planning and design consultant, said lake Is not suitable for building two bedroom one bath houses and
the PUD would be developed in without expensive muck removal and would require sump pumps and three
phases over a ten-year period with filling the developer said. feet of fill In the septic tank area.
phases 1 through 9 coming first; Individual septic tanks and wells O'Neal said. These same requirements -
followed by phases 6, 7 and 8, multifamily will service all single family lots Tar would apply to all lakefront
units; and finally phases 9 box said,while the multi-family units lots he added.
and 10, neighborhood businesses and offices, and neighborhood shopping
offices. Tarbox said development of areas will be developed at such timeas Courtnay Hearing Delayed
the single family dwelling phases water and sewer service can be acquired Several persons from Keystone Out
would begin soon after approval by from the City of Starke. The Heights appearing in regard to Jack
the County Commission.The developer will meet all requirementsfor Courtney's request for rezoning an .. .
overall plan includes 79 single on-site retention/detention of area on SR-21 for multi-family dwellings ,..,. -Omani
family residences; 158 multifamilyunits storm drainage required by county In a low density....were told by A Better Place to Work
; 18 acres for neighborhood shopping ordinance Tarbox said. All common Zoning Board Chairman Don Rardon
,6.3 acres of offices; 3.8 acres for areas,not In public ownership will be that Courtnay had requested an indefinite Public Defender Saoa Saxon has more breathing room In the new P.D. Office at the Courthouse.
recreation and 13.6 acres in open owned and managed by a property delay In the hearing.

I Commissioners To Operate Under Old Budget Old Courthouse Yields'"Historic"

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Resolution were adopt muuuajr, awuuiiMiiit ar i> ar 4H' o ui a "'UU""i state reimbursement, ;
Sept. 29.by the Bradford County Commission board. unexpected Interest earned ".000; Public
to allow bills to be paid past Four resolutions were passed to cash brought forward, $1,100 less a Office Space for Defenders
the end If the fiscal year Sept. 30. allow the county to pay bills until the $600 discount.
The new county budget is required public hearings are held. The Bradford County Building
adopted because of delays in ready Hearings are scheduled Tuesday Reserve Fund was increased by Alan Parllpiano likes the high ceil- overuns and Incidents of shoddy unimproved land facing Sit 301.
the tax roll which is not yet approve Oct. 1.. and Monday Oct. 27. by the $9,179 cash was brought pushing the ings and "grand old style" of the workmanship that have cursed public As an unimproved lot the land probably
by the state Department of Revenue commission on the proposed $2.3 total In the fund to $236,732.To place."When. works projects elsewhere apparently would fetch $1,000 taxes a yearat
and new requirements for advertising million budget for fiscal 8O-81. balance the general fund you walk down the hall to haven't hit Bradford County's first 1979 rates.A bank or office building
the budget under the new Truth in The first resolution involved the revenue was Increased $100,000 and the old courtroom', you can almost historical restoration project. If cur- subsequently erected on the site
Millage (TRIM) bill. federal revenue sharing account with the capital outlay funds was decreased picture past judges uke: George Pat- rently impounded federal funds are might realize slightly more than the
If things go well the budget could a carryover of $46,027 to allow total $90,821. ten In session. In a way a sense of released, the area may get the use of $3,282.36 tax: Florida Bank at Starke
be finalized before the end of October revenues to be brought forward.Total their presence remains ... its still a public meeting hall and museum paid in 1979.Parlipiano.
revenue sharing funds are $193,234. Adjustment Board there he musedParlipiano's within the building at no expense to believes the Board,
Expenditures were decreased Members assistant John Stln. local taxpayers as well. County and Public Defender's office
$10,000 for materials In the secondaryroad ,Appointed son. Is equally fond of'the building The courthouse venture's success neatly knitted together several dangl-.
Southside Elem. School News and bridge fund and $51,897 was Chairman Dave Shuford appointed although for less aethetlc reasons. also may provide a financial base for ing problems by making good use of
Calendar of upcoming events: lopped to balance the himself. Commissioner Hazel Paulk "As far as I'm concerned shifting more restoration projects In the the structure.
Friday. October 17 will be a revenue sharing fund. and Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. us over here was the best move ever future. Rental fees derived from leas- "The County was very smart to
Teacher Planning Day-no school for Increases In expenditures to the Board of Adjustment the body made... when we were on Call Street Ing office space to the Public dovetail their obligation to provide
students. amounted to $400 for surveyor fees which rules on property evaluation my office was a hallway. he quip- Defender's Office, the Florida State space for us with the need to save a
October HO. State Assessment $40,000 for gas oil, and lubricants; complaints received by the property ped. Employment Service's CETA program great old monument.
Tests will be given to third and fifth $45 ooo for maintenance of equipment appraiser's office. Meeting of the Former assistant public defender and the Farmer's Home Ad-
grades. We urge all students to be which! increases that line item to Board of Adjustment was set for Shon Saxson believes the new workspace ministration will total $13,245 at the
present.Saturday.. $22,524. The total expenditures Thursday Oct. 16, at 9:30: a.m. In the has provided more professional end of each year according to THE BRADFORD
October 25. from 5 9 amount to in revenue sharing funds county courthouse. atmosphere" and "much more Eugene Matthews president of the COUNTY TELEGRAPH
p.m. Is the date selected for the an- total $193,986. Two school board members will breathing room" for the entire Public Historical Board of Trustees, the Published every Thursdayat
nual Southside Halloween Carnival. The board approved an increase of join the commissioners on the adjust- Defender's Office staff. Ironically building's overseeing body. All or W.Call Street
The event will be held on the $12,500 in the fine and forfeiture fund ment board. Saxon left the office shortly after the part of whatever rent money remains Starke,Florida 3201
Southllide campus paved area and ad- caused by an unexpected expenditurein courthouse move, before he could fully after expenses could possibly be ap-
joining ounds. The raffle items this which the fund was under Farnsworth Praises enjoy the benefits expanded work'' plied to other renovation efforts in the Second Class postage paid at
year will be a dirt bike and a set of allocated.The County space in the courthouse could pro-' future he explained.Had SUrke Florida
leather bound World Book En- Increases Inlcude: supplement vide. He Is now in partnership with the county released the cour-
cyclopedias. Both items will be on to the public defender's office $500; recent audit of all departments of the Public Defender's former thouse for public sale Instead. It Subscription Rates
display In the Southside library until other court costs $3,000; Inquest and the county was one of the better landlord Jesse Wolbert. might have netted roughly $60,000 In trade area $9.00 per year
the day of the carnival. Your purchase physician fees $5,000 miscellaneous, audits his firm did, accountant Pat Although work remains to be done,,tfrom the sale, according tq Property $5.M.11I months
of a atcketfer-fifty cents gives expenses: $2,000. r' -f Farnsworth told the commissioners. on the century-old red' brick struc- records based on current
ame onthe,!n w.hen: you place The money, according* -flayirasvi.. ....The bookkeeping was in good shape 'lures the preponderance, of coaljJJ:&4KO-275 per front foot selling prices of Outside trade area: $10.00 per year "
your'n ticket of Uie prize given the board in the resolution, in- Farnsworth said. KM six months 1
you wish to take a chance on.
On September 23, the Southside
PTA met for their first time this --
school this year. There was an election STRAW BALLOT
of officers for the 1980-81 school
year. following which parents wereInvited
to visit the rooms of their BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
students. The new officers are
Richard Odom, president; Nancy OCTOBER 7, 1980
Bradley, vice-president; Linda Qt\
Hildebran, treasurer; JoAnn
devotional; Linda McRae, nursery;
Mrs. Wayne Hersey Cynthia Zurfluh OF BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA
refreshments; Priscilla Williams, CREATE A SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICT IN

membership; Linda Bryant, special FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR THE PURPOSE
projects; and Jim Lawson, Halloween OF LEVYING AN ADDITIONAL ONE
Carnival chairman.



Monday Oct. I: Meat loaf macaroni
cheese green beans pear half
buttered biscuits, butterscotch <<
squares, and milk. \-
Tuesday. Oct. 7: Chicken ft rice,
English peas buttered corn hot YES 1
rolls key lime pie and milk. EJ
Wednesday. Oct. 8: Pizza garden NO
salad, mixed fruit, peanut butter
cookie, and milk.
Thursday Oct. I: Chopped steak
w/gravy. mashed potatoes mixed
vegetables, Jello w/whipped topping r
hot rolls and milk.
If You Have
Friday Oct. 10: Spaghetti. Italian Higher
salad French bread apple crisp.,
and milk. Than Average Income, --

AL-A-CARTE You May Need Higher -
Monday. Oct. I: Cheeseburgers, piz- rttete"

za French, French fries.fries milkshakes and Than Average Protection.Prudential _.

Tuesday. Oct. 7: French fries, \
cheeseburgers hamburgers, and offers its "50 series" for successful men and OUSrustic

milkshakes. women with substantial insurance needs. One of these
Wednesday. Oct. 8: Hamburgers, two life insurance policies will fit
cheeseburgers, pizza. French popular your needs oaJd!
fries and milkshakes. e "Professional 50"-Modified Whole Life policy,

Thursday. Oct. I: Hamburgers, designed for the young executive or professional on one ofdgeatefse

French fries cheeseburgers, pizza the way up. .
and milkshakes.Friday. .
Oct. 3: Cheeseburgers pizza, "Citation 50"-Whole Life policy which after the first( d'

Hamburgers. French fries, year, features a quick cash value buildup,an attractive) ever
milkshakes. advantage in many business situations. (Not availablein eO' j

New York.) d\9..
Southside Starke: J
Brooker Elementary Lawtey. Talk to someone from the Rock about the advantage double dresser, mirror, $34900' I
of a Prudential "50 series" policy for you. Talk to: '
and Bradford Middle 4-drawer chest and panel) bed, only

Monday. Oct. I: Macaroni at cheese Richard Woo This handsome new suite from Florida has a look all Its own.
"It's eclectic : not Colonial pot Contemporary not Ranch
bologna cup mixed vegetables but Instead, a touch of each ... unique! Finished In
applesauce, bisculs and milk. 1.ate; 0 Special Agent quality Oak, It tends Itself to any decor with a
Tuesday Oct. 7i Meatloaf, parsley that's rare and a price, that's unbelievably lowl
whole potatoes turnip greens 160 S. Lake Ave.
peaches cornbread. and milk. Matching'night stand '159*
Wednesday. Oct. 8 Beefaronl cheese Butler,
stir, cabbage slaw fruit cup
biscuits: and milk.
Thursday Oct. ti Fried chicken rice Udeidial496.3978 DENMARK FURNITURE
A gravy,green peas pear half hot Fla.tii.
,olio, and milk.
Friday. Oct. tl: Barbecue on bun LMrt1tbtf'r1UO'AP 434 W Can Si. Startie. Fla. ,.
garden salad buttered corn, The buds uii Imiinnc* Camnny ol Aimriu ; .
pineapple tidbits and milk. Corporal Office. Ntwiffc Nm Jersey 094-3926 EII.bI.a. h" 'in, t823' 984-9827


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I 26 CETA Positions Approved for Coining::Year : :.:,. 4-H Horse News I,


26 CETA (Comprehensive Employ x BSCD also has a grounds worker of 7643. positions from male Beards. The Bradford County 4-H Hone .:
ment Training Act) have been of Seven have been Cap Club will hold Its first meeting of the -
Jobs position at a salary $8,170. new positions ap- She indicated one of the reasons
approved effective this month with a The City of Lawtey has a laborer- proved for this year.They include: there was a drop in the CETA posi- FORMS new year Tfcwrsday. Oct. I. at 7:30
total payroll of$196,570, according to mechanics position at a salary of, Maintenance custodian City of tions In Bradford County was that Flitting....' p.m. la the County: AgriculturalBuilding
Information released Sept.' Starke at of" .. on N. 301. If you were a
Monday. $5,635. a salary there was a freeze placed In April of 14H.llb rgla(
29, by the Florida State Employmentoffice The City of Lawtey has a Southside Elementary School has a this year In filling the Jobs which wIll hp Johnson motor member last year or would like to Join
in Starke. )iceman-fmaa Job at a salary 01'UOIM. custodian position approved at a came open by terminations. and'18 lb.thrust this year come to the meeting. Thursday
The 26 Jobs are a decrease of four salary of$8.184. There were some 60 applicants for Mlnlkoto Trolling motor night.
Jobs over the fiscal year which ended Lawtey also has a laborer Job at a The Town of Brooker has a the 26 Jobs. The positions were Gator Tilt trailer Four-H Is an organization for young
Tuesday.. Sept. 30. salary of",.809.Department. maintenance worker position at a selected by a committee composed of 700.00 people In the ant through.. 12th grades.
Membership 4Hevents
In .11 clubs and
Nineteen .
'been of
positions have of Health and salary $7,403.Florida Mrs. Elizabeth Walker and Call
refunded and seven new positions Rehabilitative Services in Starke has State Prison has a Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. 1.I640aft.4:30tfn and activities are open to all
funded under the public service a clerk typist II position at a salary. of personnel-technical assistant positionat Educator Millard Brown adult CI youth without regard to .race color-
sex or nations origin.
employment program 2-D They In- $6,862. a salary of$5,959.
coordinator at the vo-tech center was
clude: The Concerned Citizens at the RJE For further Information contact..
The Division of Forestry has a clerk on the committee but resigned
Florida State Prison hat payroll typist: II job at a salary of$6,862. School in Starke have position for a several months ago. Lowell Parrbh, Extension 4-H Agentat ;:
certflcatlon clerk at salary of$9.36. The City of Starke has a laborer secretary-bookkeeper at a salary ol 964-6280.-
FSP also has a clerk typist.position position at a salary of$7,879. $7,533.
II Lawtey at a salary Correctional of$8m Institution hasa County The Historical has a building Board custodian of Bradford Job at post Sunshine available Acres at a has salary!a teachers-aide of$8,290. :......................................

clerk typist II position at a salary of a salary of$7 31t. The Town of Hampton has a police
$6,862. The Historical Board of Trustees officer position at a salary of$9,235. Pr
LCI has a laundry delivery personat also has a Job for a laborer and con- Debbie Chism coordinator for -seasen checl-up :
a salary of$6,968. struction worker at a salary of 7571. CETA programs for Bradford County ,BiJ
Suwannee River Economic Council The Florida National Guard has a with the Florida State Employment
has a homemaker position at a salary supply clerk position at a salary of Service told the Telegraph that her "' ',
of$5,199. $7,019.Florida. office badly needs applications for _:...;- Right now,fore special L lowprice;
SREC also features a clerk typist State Employment Service SPECIAL we'll inspect clean and adjust*
position at a salary of$7750. has an Interviewing clerk at a salary *'
The Bradford County School Board of 8872. ServicemenSpS your furnace. We'll make sure it'sjf
has a mechanics helper position at a The Board of County Commission ready to heat when winter comes' w
salary of 8170. has a clerk typist I position at a salary OFFER' Don't let the cold season catchTyou

";1\,; unprepared.. Give us a cant:
Halloween'Fun Tommy L.Harris now and set up your furnace*
Spec. 5 Tommy L. Harris whose .' check-up!
wife,Barbara lives In Starke,recently ; J
was assigned as a materiel supply Limited time only
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Begins HereBoo specialist with the 3rd Support Com ..t ?
mand In Hanau Germany. =5 '
Harris' mother Mrs. Mary L. : 5 $2500

Haunt Green lives in Hampton. Whirlpool :
extra charge for
Surprise friends and Your < Lionel T. Edwards $zfa additional labor & partatc
family with Hallmark Airman Lionel T; Edwards, son of
Halloween Mr. and Mrs. Tommy F. Edwards of
greeting : : HAYES
House Starke has been assigned to Shep- :
cards on Friday
pard Air Force Base Texas after
October 31. They're Scary spooks and completing Air Force basic training. -tc

as much fun to send zany creatures bring During the six weeks at LacklandAir : Electric &! Air Conditioning :
home Halloween Force Base, Texas the airman
as they are to studied the Air Force mission,
receive! fun. Decorations organization and customs and received : 355 N. Temple Ave. -tc
cutouts.jointed special training in human rela- -K
figures stickers and tions. Edwards will now receive .. 964-8744 *
specialized Instruction In the
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Share the Spirit!

and adults! Hallmark .. <: ",> :
Halloween Is for kids (t "
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y pumpkin partyware makes entertaining so easy \ >*f i.tti'vv: / .'
.' you'll soon be in the spirit. So share the fun- '''JI" '-- .. .-> !"i-
give a party and send Halloween cards to family q"i i "' I *" 'v
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.. '. and friends. It's fun to share the spirit! : .' : Wilbur L WATERS s.

: County Commissioner, District 5

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\ S False ? Wilbur Waters Is qualified, with 4 years experience In government

to be our next County Commissioner District 5

S False I Wilbur. Waters Is 31 7 years old, but.the young generation of today,

Is the future of tomorrow..

does live In the city, but pledges to serve the rural

y rue False Wilbur Waters and city areas EQUALLY. This Is one promise he can

i m 1950 NIImrM CIds.Ma r make, because It,'!il!.! be kept.

f THE OFFICE SHOP S False Wilbur Waters Is a family man 'with 2 small children., cares

the his children In',
110 W. Call St.The. about county grow up

Starke- S False Wilbur Waters Is concerned about roads drainage boat ramps r

recreation: / facilities and the Volunteer Fire Depts.
\ Steakman

Does It Again; S False : Wilbur Waters will fight for the people. He has proven he's not a

person Influenced by any Individual or group.

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PKF S False will be a CountywIde Commissioner who will LISTEN
? 6 Wilbur I Waters
and then do his best
b oRkgs. to your problems, to help you.'

''True false. is a hard-working/ concerned Bradford Countlan/ ,

Waters who wants to be your next County Commissioner,

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co\\etifJ s. i Vote WATERSWATERS on Oct.I7th; .::.: :t rsREMEMBER'

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I _}lJ LLE11QJutcY II: 'Your vo0 t & support.on Oct. "7th will/ be,greatly/ apjprec/afeq' / !., ;J. #

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vuffaiN.r: 964-6941-J 964-6395.--. 7823737f ,

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For the first Urn in 'memory. ii '" AN EDITORIAL No. 5 S-

Governor of Florida has hit the cam-
paign trail in the Interest of proposed) r A
amendments to the State Co titu Another negative decision Is reserv-
tlon. He has labeled the package- new payrolls has Its merits but It also ed for Number Five which would
"Five for Florida's Future.'' No. 2 has its costs that must be met by so remove the constitutional provision
meone.These costs Include police and mandating a tax on business Inven-
We agree with Governor Grahamon fire protection water and sewer lines tories and'would give the Legislature
two of the amendments but on the We have mixed feelings about new access roads, and other Im authority to exempt inventories from !
others we think the State can do Amendment No 2 which would allow provements. If the new Industry or all ad valorem taxation.
without. Florida to create a housing finance business doesn't help them those ,
agency on the state level,with similar pay Although this tax Is described as an
goals to the Housing Finance Agencies "aggravating" one to collect it is the

No. 4 now operating in Bradford and a ment the tax could be forgiven for ten only county tax paid by some big
number of other counties. retailers who do not own their
years, and that is a long time for someone
The star of the show of course, is The proposed state agency would be else to carry the load. buildings and would otherwise pay no
Increased Homestead Exemption taxes to the county. Although not a
which will no doubt be approveahands authorized to make loans to to lending low Florida already has a lot going for it major source of tax revenue, It would
down by Florida taxpayers institutions for re-lending to Induce new Industry without giving mean a loss of around $37,000 annually -

eager for relief on their property to the county and between $8,000
taxes. and $10,000 to the City of Starke. Governor Bob Graham Is hIt-

The higher exemption levels will trir MERICA NEEDS YOUR VOTE Legislation to Implement this
supplement the eroded value of the t I amendment was not passed by the ting the campaign trail to gather
l( 1980 Legislature and it would not be
original $5,000 exemption that has SUPPORT YOUR CANDIDATES ON TUES NOV4.198O
taken a beating from inflation duringthe effective until such legislation Is pass- support for all proposed amend-
last two decades. It would also ed. Passing the amendment now

give homeowners some protection SATURDAY OCT. 4. IS DEADLINE FOR REGISTERINGTO would be another case of getting the ments which he calls "Five for
from higher property appraisalsmade cart before the horse

necessary by the State's insistence VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTION WE RECOMMEND A NO VOTE Florida' saying they will stimulate

on 100 percent of real value. Registration Books Open In Courthouse Through ON AMENDMENT! NO.5.

Amendment Four provides for In- Saturday 8:30A.M. to 5:00 P.M. progress of the state.
creasing Homestead Exemption on
non-school tax levies from the

original $5,000 and the recently ,

adopted $10,000 for homeowners over moderate or middle Income families a free tax ride. Our taxes are already
65. The new schedule calls for an ex- for single family housing and would low compared to many other states. : County Agents
emption of $15,000 In 1980; $20,000 in go further than the county agencies in Then there is the unsurpassed benefitof
1981; and $25,000 in 1982 and each that it would also permit financing of low heating costs due to our mild 001. I
year thereafter, for all persons who climate relatively low cost of living Notebook
have been residents of Florida for five multi-family housing units in cases year-round outdoor recreation for the

consecutive years. where a serious shortage of housing asking,and vocational training school by Bobby 1.. Taylor
exists In and
a given area private
to suit the needs of most In- Phone 961-6280--
The only flaw seen in the higher sources are unable to meet the need. programs :
homestead exemption is that it could dustries.
possibly cause a shortfall in tax Supporters of this amendment
revenue In' some counties when the which includes the Governor say that Mole crickets have been especially
exemption scale reaches its max- since the State Finance Agency would The give-away tax referendums .. .... bad this summer and fall. They are
imum in 1982. The shortfall could be providing financing from the sale would encourage Florida towns and '%... damaging lawns pastures
result In counties where the property of revenue bonds, exempt from cities to start an endless chain of try- I and other greens
\ crops.
appraiser failed to bring his values up federal income taxes loans could be outbid another for the ..
to the 100 percent goal set by the made at interest rates two to three ing to one that might not j.p:!
favors of an industry
state. points lower than prevailing commercial Mole crickets are most active at
valuable.. It has been
rates. They point out that sixty- prove all that night especially after a rain or irrigation
Governor Graham Is Insisting on one percent of Florida families can- said that an industry not willing and ,)" and when the temperature is
100 percent appraisals that are called not qualify to purchase a $37,000 home able to pay Its fair share of taxes above 70 degrees F. When conditions
for in the Constitution, but many since payments would exceed 25 per might not be worth having. Most of such as these exist they will come to
Florida counties are still Bradford cent of their monthly Income. They the surface and make burrows in the
below the 90 level. the better ones are looking for good
percent also believe the additional financing upper inch or two of soil. Occasionally
is currently above 90 percent. available would be a boost to the schools churches, transportation they will partially emerge from
If appraisers keep moving toward Florida housing industry and to its and climate rather than free taxes.A the soil and gather bits of food from

the loo percent goal, the counties economy during recessionary times. the soil surface.

should survive damaging losses caus- NO VOTE ON NUMBER THREE n.Alzy .

ed by the increased homestead exemption IS RECOMMENDED. I i'I +
plus a restriction that Although the arguments In favor of I K ,Ar' + Damage to lawn grass and other
prevents them from raising tax the State Finance Authority are well plants is primarily through feeding on
above a ten percent cap. presented we feel that more data the roots, but their burrowing loosensthe
Bradford is already near the cap, should be available to show the actual soil, causing plants to dry out and ..
with a levy of In need for such an agency In view of the sometimes they are completeduprooted "-' .,...
its tentative a.sa.a1I.for is *;I fact that Florida counties can' already Warning The meandering burrows of
yet to be final !B establish their own Housing ffnbpfe/ mole crickets are about 1/8 In
less than two mills to gd before it Agency, which Bradford has done diameter and easily seen In short
with local control. Although the State FIRE SEASON APPROACHING
reaches the ten mill cap. With the mown grass or newly planted areas.
would have the of
maximum loss from the new Agency advantage
homestead amendment coming in being able to finance multi need Forestry In Bradford CountyThe

1982, the county could be In financial housing in areas where it is We still have several effective Insecticides -
straits unless property values had increased we feel that the establishment and fall season means fire time in that we can use as a treat-
sufficiently to offset the loss. operation of such a powerful state northern Florida. With the coming of ment for mile crickets. Use spray or
which voters have turned
agency the first frost and lower air humidity bait when the overnight temperature
Be that as it may, the prospect of In- down in two previous referendums
creased homestead the threat of wildfires reaches a J is expected to be 70 degrees F or
exemption is so would need more clarification beforea
to the dangerously high level, and remains above. Have the turf moist at the time
appealing average recommendation for its approval or
through the end of when the treatment Is applied. If it has
Amendment No. 4 is consideredsure disapproval could be made. We hope high spring, .
the rainfall turns the the to be
summer again become dry, Irrigate area
to pass, locally as well as such Information will be made
vegetation green. 'tri treated by running the penetration of
statewide.In available before next Tuesday so that ,
'.. the spray into the soil or In the case of
decision be made at '. 'I
an intelligent can
spite of the future shortfall ft '', Ci f' baits, encourages the mole crickets to
possibility, we go along with the the polls This is also the time of year when come to the surface to feed on the
Governor and the masses of controlled fire Is used for burning off bait. 0.,1)
homeowners on Amendment 4 and croplands or underbrush on $175,000 Toy?
hope the plan works out as Intended: 31 woodlands. Controlled fire can be a ,
that appraisals continue upward useful tool, but wildfires can be very This new X-ray machine has recently been Installed at Bradford County Apply the Insecticide properlyitWhen
toward 100 percent of real value; costly resulting in loss of timber, Hospital Cost of the machine plus renovation of the two offices It occupies the using a spray it Is Important to ; .W-;'
millage Is rolled back proportionatelyto crops homes or even lives. new X-ray Department will be equipped to perform much more complicated apply the Insecticide in a larger, if!
bring in the same amount of operations that before. !Much testing and diagnostic work that formerly had lobe amount of water. Jar attachment eoG> in.n
revenue as the previous year; and done In Jacksonville or Caineavillle can now be done right here In Starke. garden hoses are excellent tools r.' 'V )an
that County Commissioners are able VOTE ON It Is the job of the Florida Divisionof home gardeners to use.' The typenisil'; ,H l
to finance the county's needs and still Forestry to suppress wildfires, andit Hospital Administrator David Libby who gave up his office for the new which requires 15 to 20 gallons phi.17 1
stay under the mandated 10 mill cap. is a very expensive operation con machine and X-ray Technician Beth Moore are shown above.A water passing through the hose'thai, its!
Bradford County seems destined lot sidering the cost of manpower heavy empty the quart size jar l 1..l'8cout'l.
rapid growth in the years ahead and TUES.OCT. tractors, trucks planes and the ris- brand new and modern $150,000 x-ray machine jg noyv! in service at Bradford mended. Put the amount of inseeoK itlcide
new construction should make up for ing cost of fuel. County Hospital In Starke according to an announcement made by Adminis- in the jar for 500 square feet.nl 'iu>
some of the loss due to homestead exemption trator Dave Libby. Fill the jar the rest of the way with wiuoZ
if values are Increased to 100 water. Spray out the contents over 500ib wis.
percent.. 7thNo. By Florida law anyone doing any The new unit was purchased from Xonics Medical Systems;the old unit is be- square feet. To Insure even coverage*'V.auiJ.
open burning must first obtain an ing used as a.backup system at the present time. spray back and forth across the ,!I"
A YES VOTE IS RECOMMENDEDON authorization by calling the Divisionof measured area; then turn at right
AMENDMENT FOUR. Forestry office In their area. The Libby said the hospital staff Is making a study of special x-ray procedures to angles and spray back and forth
phone numbers for obtaining allow local doctors to Improve diagnostic x-rays to allow them to obtain Infor- across the same area. After spraying,
authorizations or reporting fires are mation much quicker and will add other x,ray !services in the future, irrigate for about 40 minutes (or put
No.1 3 496-2025 for Union County and 9645436for on about 1/5 Inch of water to leach the
Bradford County. Authorizationsmay It also has a closed circuit television receiver which allows! for nilolr"r insecticide Into the top one to two In-
One other of the "Five for Florida" We part company with the "Five be obtained seven days a week studies. ches of soil)).

which we can recommend for approvalls for Florida" program on Amendment from 8 a.m. tit 5 p.m. The Radiology staff Is under the direction of Frances McKinney who has
Number Three, which would allow worked If bait is when it Is not
: at the hospital for the past four years. a used apply
cities and counties to grant non-
To obtain an authorization to burn, likely to rain overnight and
school, and real and tangible personal The unit that has been In service at the local facility for 12 after-
No. 1, permits the Legislature to tax exemptions for new or the dispatcher must be supplied the new replaces one preferably apply late in the
property years according to Libby. noon. The most effective time for
establish an ad valorem property UK expanding businesses and industries, following information: landowner'sname
exemption, for up to ten years, for and for community development. All person responsible for the fire, baiting Is during August and
solar energy and other renewable such exemptions would have to be ap- mailing address of the landowner September when the nymphs are
Installed In homesor telephone number reason for burn- growing fast and require much food.It .
energy equipment referendum of the city or
proved by
businesses such Ing, number of acres, and location of TO THE EDITOR is very important to scatter it thinly
voters. Authority grant
the fire by section, township and and evenly over the soil surface. A
Florida is one of the most oil depen- exemptions would expire after ten range. few flakes should fall on every square
dent states In the Nation because two years unless renewed by another Inch of soil In the treated area. In our
of our main industries, tourism and referendum.This experiments, best results have been
agriculture, are big users of energy. The location of the fire is plotted on fIRE PROTECTION INVESTMENT IN SAFETYIn obtained with low percentage baits

Since the proposed tax exemption proposal comes in the wake of a map and allows the dispatcher to (0.5 or 1 percent) rather than baits
would encourage solar energy use several instances where North distinguish between legal fires and an age inflation we all try to get the most out of each dollar The containing a higher percentage of active -
and lessen the demand for electricity. Florida communities have lost IndustrIes wildfires before sending a fire- Bradford County Volunteer Fire Department does Just that. Ingredient. This is no doubt due to
Florida would need to build fewer new to Alabama because of property fighting crew to the scene of the fire. the larger volume of bait requiredover
electrical generating plants most of tax breaks offered by our For years this Volunteer Fire' Department has been supplying a given area to obtain the recom-
which would be coal-burning. The increased neighbor to the north. Such losses are 'i"champagne" service on a shoestring budget. Their newest fire truck Is mended amount of active Ingredient
use of solar energy would hard to take, but should not panic Burning authorizations are Issued over 20 years old. Through government agencies and armed forces such which results in a more thorough
help reduce air pollution and preserve Florida into the give-away game of free of charge, but if a person fails to as Government Surplus, National Guard Rayonier, DuPont and many distribution.
Florida's clean environment -"so trying to outbid other states at the ex- obtain an authorization, he may be others, materials to build fire fighting equipment has been donated or offered

vital to our continued economic prosperity pense of established industries and In- cited. Under with a notice Florida of law unlawful burnIng at reduced prices to the fire department. The dollar can only be ,Baits may be applied by hand To
dividuals who are carrying their fair second-degree misdemeanor, and is is a stretched, so far until the breaking point has been reached. Insure even coverage spread back
RECOMMENDED: : VOTE YES ON share of the tax burden. and forth across a measured area,,
punishable a maximum fine of$500 What is life or the life of your child or your spouse or your home
NUMBER ONE. Industrial progress that produces and (0 days In jail. your saved child then turn at right angles and spread
worth? fireman tell you that he could have your or back and forth across the same area '
.home if only the fire fighting equipment hasn't broken down? again. It distributed by hand be sure"-

Vote yes on October 7 for fire protection. A yes vote will not only give j r' to water wear In natural after applying.rubber gloves. Do not' *
better fire protection, but will also provide for many residents lower
\..I .... i -'X1' n p5tAtffNU'C'0 you fire Insurance rates on homes and businesses,since a major portion of the _. '. ., ,',0,''.

3h SINCE 879 ry tax monies may be used to provide Class A fire pumper protection. .
"f\--p ,* Regardless to whether a spray or "I
\\lf. 1 Van Smith ;,9 bait is used a second application in 10 1 1ti .
: :::III'e ertrap }: s Starke, Fla days to 1 weeks provides more -,

t7M. /.'' () t I IC thorough control.. .

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by Dolores Men, Pam was presented with a white was their headquarters from Wednesday 'Tofmer teacher, librarian and school
< phone CM-IMS carnation corsage which was pinned celebration when all family Mrs. Catherine Thomas and thru Friday. prtpclpall I
on her by the groom-to-be preceding members were.present Sunday In- daughters,Judy and Katie, enjoyed a They heard interesting discussions
Senior ClUieni the shower. cluding Mr. and Mrs. Emory Prevatt trip to Six Flags Over Georgia In their and demonstrations of electrical and Birthdays j
The Hampton Senior Citizen Club' The refreshment table was covered Sr. of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin new Pontiac this week. \ solar energy as well as meter reading Shannon Ford celebrated her 11th
will meet Friday afternoon,Oct.II.In with a bridal designed table cloth and Richard of Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. and operation of machinery.This birthday on Sept M.
the City Hall Anyone claiming to be held punch,decorated cakes and candies Joel Smith of Jacksonville. Also pre- Hampton Elementary School Workshop was possible ears 17 Angelina Crews was 5
53 or over Is cordially Invited to at' sent were grandchildren Mr.. and PTA Meeting through a grant awarded and Karla KMd was 13, and
I tend. Among honored guests were the Mrs. Emory Prevatt Jr. and their The monthly meeting of the PTA Is knowledge earned will be put to use In Jimmy Parker celebrated his 13th ,
grandmotherrs, Juanita Melton and son, Emory III. Mrs. Grace Seal and scheduled for Tuesday, Oct.7.at 7:30: passing on this Information to the 4th mart
4-HCInb Mrs. Larry Schultz and Pam's great Mrs. O-June Ellis of Georgetown p.m.In the school cafeteria.The main and 5th graders In our school. Tina celebrated her 12th I
The mermen 4-H Club will bold grandmother,Norma Melton. S.C..sisters of Mr.Adklns, also Joined Item of business will be organization It was refreshing to see Mrs.Carole birthday; on Sept.a.
their first of the fall season The gift of paint for their home In the celebration. of the upcoming Halloween Carnival Stevenson and Mrs. Joyce McMillan birthday celebrated. her 11th
Monday Oct. 8,at 7 p.m.at the homeof High Springs was presented by the on Oct. 25. substituting In the classrooms duringthe on Sept.29.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waters. hostesses, Mrs. Larry Schultz, Joyce Hospitalized absence of the regular teachers. Mark Hodges celebrated his Sept. ')
Anyone from 8 years of age to 19 Is Invited Higgins and Addle Melton. Mrs. Addle McConaghy Is a patient Energy Workshop Also it was a treat to have Mr. Roger a birthday with a decorated cake and j 1
to attend. You may call 468-1168 In Room ill of Bradford County Miss Claudette Peterson and Mrs. Rich assist a few days In the other goodies which he snared with :
for more information. Happy Birthday Hospital following surgery last week. Mindy McLean attended an Energy classrooms. Another bonus was the other family members.
Mrs. Clarice Adkins whose birth- Management Workshop at New Port visit of Mrs. Maureen Paul, our Today, Oct. 2, little Johnny Powers
Bridal Shower day occurred on Sept. 29, continued Travelers Richey last week. Tarpon Springs Is 7 years old.
Miss Pam Melton,October 11 bride
elect of Larry Schultz,was honored at
a bridal shower in the City Hall on

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Homecoming At SCOPE, Relieves ANTACID upset n s6-n .

Morgan Road MOUTHWASH stomach, bottle of Yetamr.

Baptist Church 24-oz bottle,price 23 LIMIT 1 ,I
9 reflects" 50' off I
Morgan Road Baptist Church will 13 label. LIMIT 1 881, remmremmas i
hold their annual homecoming Sun-
day, Oct. 5.
There will be a covered dish dinnerat
I p.m. and special music and sing VO5 SHAMPOO TEXAS INSTRUMENTS COSMO DIGITAL
ing by two quartets, the Scripturesand L.C.D. WALLETCALCULATOR ALARM CLOCK
the Klngdomhelrs. 2 types't1e. Cosmoquallty 6 easy
Come Join us. go 8 ''or.ld.* No F101A
LIMIT 1 MM Sq root A%keys 98
TRACE 1 4 key memory. REG. $12.99
No TI1030REG
Church of God BLADES $ $1399

To Celebrate 200 YearsOf Twin blade shaving
cartridges. LIMIT 1 PROTEIN 21
Sunday SchoolThe TS'
Sunday School will be 200 years 9-oz.aerosol I. ?-
old on October S. and members of the cK99. 9ge 2 types.
Starke Church of God are celebrating. .... LIMIT 1 tm..n4Y11. _
Culminating a year-long bicentennial -r .1
observance, Birthday Sunday I
concludes a program of celebration .
initiated in January commemorating SILKIENCE -.
the anniversary of(the Institution and = CONDITIONER EVEREADVAA""

reaffirming the Church of Cod's com C'-... ." _... 5- z01l1.o HAMILTON BEACH
mitment to It. [ 2 types; MINI-DRIP BATTERY
Everyone is welcome to attend the PALMOLIVE mJtB IMA LIMIT 1 COFFEEMAKER O 4-paek.H.avy
Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. and mor- BATH SOAP -- t y duty batteries
Brews up to 4 cups. For transistorsAft
ning worship at l1ooa.m.Thechurch
S-oz.deodor- 1299 Safety glass con 4. 'toys. REQ. St.09
Is located at 422 N.St. Clair St. / 0 ant bar. talner. REG.$14.99

4/1< CORTAID Citr.tr.4h6X.CREAM
7th Day AdventistniH, -w 1 '- T"" w u9. ,u 'u .,.... o u..w
Welcomes PastorThe .., Foreczerna ,aswrnuar..u .600 1'e ,
, ,.4 ..
Insect bites 'It
Starke Seventh Day Adventist 11.\, 1 ." pOison Ivy
Church welcomed back their former LIMIT IPREPARATION
pastor, Robert Fuller, who has been
In Cross City for the last 3 years. II rl
He will be pastor of Lake City and H
Starke and live in Lake City.All were FLAVOR ROAST OINTMENT 1 r,
glad to have him back as their pastor, H.'puhrlnlcIwelllng0''
plus his wife Sue and their new addition PEANUTSDry
hemorrhoids! tissues. 1-oz LIMIT 1
of 7 months, George. roasted no : KODAK KODAK
The welcome party was held at the ... sugar or oil i ...' EXTRALITE COLORBURST250
Swilley residence Twin Lakes, Just 69... added.8-oz.lar.. 89. 147 [iREG. i--' : -.: : ) CAMERA OUTFIT CAMERA
out of Interlachen, Sept. 21, and consisted LIMIT 1 Auto flashtele- /
of swimming eating and listening /
photo lens. With 999Biiedfoeus.Motor9 \
to Interesting tapes which was en- camera, //rim 8 ,
joyed by all. flash, REG $54 99 .

Baptist Church e LIMIT 1
69 11trrIIrk+ 24" BRAZIER 25-0UARTIGLOO
3V4 ml.west of Stark.Hwy.l" GRILL CHESTS
Roman Alvarez,Pastor -
Enamel"lirebowl .tT Heavy duty plastic.Hinged
Sunday lid.
fold-up legs.
Radio''Broadcast: (WPXE), 8:3: Heavy duty REQ $1299 REG. $23.99 ,
a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- plastic with tie-
; Ing Worship, 'a a.m.; Adult Choir 88' ups Box:of F Cefs 8 8 8 8 .
REQ $1 39
Rehearsal S:30 p.m..; Training Time, ( LIMIT 2 PANTYHOSE
6:30 p.nrlit Evening.'Worship, 7 p.m. Large assortment of styles ,
Wedneseayi In fashion shades .,,
Mid-W Service,7:30: p.m.; Adult.,
choir Rehearsal.,8:30: p.m. 1/2 OFF iwrv
Thursday f
Soulwinnlng Visitation, 7:1: p.m.. REGULAR PRICES

Saturday Bus Workers' Meeting 1 a.m.,,; Bus RENUZIT k ALADDIN f JANCO


First United 6-oz.slze. GLUE DRINK POTS
assorted ttt'1 .1 Colorful earthen pots ry.Tfragrances.
WONDERBONDPLUS Keeps beveragescold
Methodist ChurchUMW
33e ,r.?a ,nits Bonds metal,plastic& Just press pump top : lorondooorouldoorLIMIT .
Group t Is having a baked 2 more REQ.$189 LIMIT 2 REQ S999ELMERS use. REG.
goods carport sale Friday Oct. 3, J 00 .
from >.3, outside fellowship hall. 119 ill 2'
Loaves of bread from all different ,"rIs +
parts of the world will be on display in .Q .d
celebration of World Wide Communion -
this Sunday. Oct. 9, during worship '
"A God" is the
service. god or
morning worship service topic and NELSON LAWNSPRINKLER '
"The Force" Is the topic for the even- LIGHTERS COASTERS TV TRAY .. 'P
Ing service by the. Rev. -Warren Keeps canned Assorted colors& ... .,. "
of Covers88= drrnkscoldlonger patterns Fold 'for
Following the morning service / : lights ad ft. circle, k REG SI 39 slorage REG S3
No 1170
there will be a covered dish dinner In !2/89cJ' .justableflame'! : REQ $995 1,4-411 PACKOF8Hundreds
the fellowship hall. At this time the .
REG 99' EA.
dreams presented.A and plans for 1981 will be LIMIT 2 99 299 g

prayer study Is held each Sunday
evening from 6.6.50: p.m. in the sanctuary 3IN1 :::
by the Rev. Warren Langer. MOTOR OIL

"Singles Again" meeting Is Mon. Allpurpose .... _.. ...
Oct. 6, 7 p.m. in the fellowship halt ,.. household I.n ... .- ". :_:.J BANANA PALM
Bring a sack lunch,a beverage is fur- REAL'KI LL t lubricant !-. BASKETSANT&ROACHSPRAv .
nished. The public is welcome. REQ SI t 09 _: ---.
and Is the Decorative conlmner -
"Christian Being Doing" '
nr a
for ,
L your plants
program title for' the UnitedMethodist Bt Kills most crawling n..cn .
Women General meeting *3f insects, II-oz. -. 10-iN ,,488
3 '
REO.$41 5' O
Tuesday Oct. 7. at 10 a.m. in thefellowship 3 aerosol REG.$1.79 ,. ,
hall I LIMIT 2 ..,,. DAIWA Ac HOME 1IN 4 88
The Rev. Warren Langer will be attending 1S00C REEL ENTERTAINMENT REQ S39S ,*lrucKory
j. moo'
Pastor School Leesburg., $k"tedspoOlvvlll'lftlum.
Oct. 6.9. ... ,mum body REO.$2499 CENTER t-IN. 5"I ,
t 1I.I"tealsl.lnt. REG SQ. 95'

I Card of Thanks. '' 199 I.t_ b. 2'988' grnm' 'finish, looK, wOQd1f" -

We would like to express our I. ReG
sincere appreciation for the food, '
: ,
cards, flowers and kindness that was COLOR REPRINTS
given to us during the Illness and, I :: FROM YOUR FAVORITE NEGATIVE e
death of our beloved mother I' 2 FOR -" 1
The Family Of I =: .Bring Invent:In*your erlorprmtnegaiive' ; l

Eva Freeman : "'tr. V = L6LLa[? : LGL: ELG.GL; OPEN WEEKDAYS--

Card of Thank .. 9 A.M. tit 9 P.M.

sincere We would thanks like to: each to and express'
everyone 10 tit 7 P.M.

our char for their sorrow Tanner prayers and Funeral especially and kindness Home.EllerySappFamlIy to *.during*i ..WWiiioll-': OM& ...'.. .-, .., I ,, _, 831 $, Walnut St. StarLS ,at .IBC, SALE IT6M IAR SOME LIMITED.' .'i.'" ..

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St. Paul, Minnesota. The 1980 BUS these teachers. NO.
seniors dedicated the yearbook to her The students at Bradford High have BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
"for her ability dedication, and con- been fortunate to have Miss M. San PRECINCT, i "
""fF7e eern." dra Smith as a teacher since 197]. OCTOBER 7IBM AST10tH
On any given Friday night In the Miss Smith, the head of the Science: -.-.. Vosr STUB NO.1" Initial of 1lnllOtlldel

fall Miss Smith can be found suppor- Department, currently teaches
ting the Tornado football team as at- classes In Biology and Algebra. She
tending BHS athletic events is one of recently received her Master's of OFFICIAL PRIMARY AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS BALLOTNO.
her favorite pastimes. She also enjoys Education degree from the University "
needlework and crafts. of Florida.A ... DEMOCRATIC PARTY ,
Miss Smith is a member of the pre-med student Miss Smith t BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Florida Association of Science: graduated from Rice University witha t. PRECINCT .;
Teachers and of the Bradford Educa- degree in Biology. She assisted In _.., OCTOBER: 7.100
tion Association. She is highly cancer: research at Bowman Gray ':... ?'- STUB NO 2 'initials. of Ie sing, Official
respected by students and teachers School of Medicines In Winston-
alike. Bradford High School: Salem, North Carolina. Becoming
graduates who have gone on to further bored with research, she began her OFFICIAL PRIMARY AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS BALLOT
their education attest to how well teaching: career in Jacksonville.
Miss Sandra Smith has preparedthem "Teaching: is definitely not boring. DEMOCRATIC PARTY

and to the quality education: Besides, I like working with young BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
they received: in her classroom. people rather than rats and rabbits!! PRECINCT__ ___ ,
The Bradford Education: Association Teaching Involves more than OCTOBER 7, low
ri ty.rl (BEA) believes that Bradford teaching: content. You are teachingthe
S emloys some of the finest educators: in whole person responsibilities; TO VOTE tof./Andl w..mar*a Mow list'Hi Mo MM*now M the SIGHT of*..nits el...omdttkm tot whom you Mrt to mu.

s the state of Florida. Each month the respect for themselves,others and for
r +s t t BEA would like to acknowledge one of those authority.. ." COHCRUSIOMLIITEI SPECIAL ELECTIONS NO.3
evtoo_, CONSTITUTION OF THE topoilniiiiifiMiHliiiinl, la the Sun ConMlluUan.flicim .
Got Your Wind?
STATE OF FLORIDA upon prom. M All.. axntlM. MdmunlclpilllM.
.tlir .site a nfmndm .. .
t Piggly Races are Oct. 11 I aNl d111RM B Mark a Croej (IX) In the equar .t la putt .d nlonm lu uimpttav lo IMWtaHntim
--IIIICII( ) Grow the right FOR the Amendments or and apuukxu of_Ins biutamw,
t : AGAINST tha Amandmenta.. fot emiM 1 Inwionnmu la ml! property and lot
: 7N The 2nd Annual Plggly-Wiggly Road Race will be held Saturday week,October attain. '.....bIo pmoMl' praplrly.Subject lo del' ').
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11,at 9 a.m.with two races: -a 10,000 meter test and a one-mile Jaunt-scheduled: "Co' MUM mi UMIukm provided by emml)....
said there have been to benefit the Bradford-Union Association of Retarded Citizens.
several highlights In her teaching: Prizes incude trophies to the first place: male and female overall in both racesas .. NO.1 I E3
career: In 1976 the Florida Student well as the top finishers In each of the 1$age groups for boys and girls. Second: Iran mini g .r CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AGAINST
Achievement Recognition: and third place winners will receive: merchandise prizes from area businesses. Illn KRIfllUl IIIT1ICT ARTICLE VII.SECTION 3
( STAR) Student, Miss Darla Entries are not limited to Bradford County residents. Forms for entry are included r-,a rte, SECTION 18 NO.4CONSTITUTIONAL
Christopher selected: Miss Smith as In this week's Piggly-Wiggly grocery ad. AMENDMENT
the State STAR Teacher of Florida. Defending champs Tony Lawson and Cindy Griffith are expected: back to com- 0100""Antat ARTICLE VII.SECTIONS AND B
Last spring she accompanied Miss pete in the races,which: got their first entry from 54-year-old Vo-Tech: instructor Patent c. McO11NF. A6. Propooni m aiMndimnl lo SMIMMI >of Anlcti hmpotini. ajMfldniMl lo the" Suu_......
Jack McDaniels VII ud the _lion of Section. IS of AiUcto XII
Janice Jockel and Miss Betsy Yawnto lo pnxMt.wIlk miles laid nlwm<**m.ItvM.
Both will the lot. of ito Stilt Coiwlluiion 10" '_...for Pollinate .. .
the International Science Fair In races: start at Piggly-Wiggly parking "cilloI.'IOI. *add duress.._ 4
oral bits tuullogiiioumpili two nmv.ibk at.sN/o. ? ..... lo se I5MO la '_.120000ltlNn
CUM eta'ar louica devil and ml property" M 19x1.and 131A00 N 1947., >(Ur. Th.Incnui .
noevrebe- louroi times la enu..hod. .
b oomlnanil' upon
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE cuin CIMIIUIOIEIinnicri _.. .tionalutsa. ,
In compUwKt with oa r*>
I ; LegalsCont. .quInnMili. ma_ Utt continuation nqurifranti. -
(Y--' FOR AuHMtlm U.l fiiUlm. top......
I B id ....... urn rater. la tastes. on as ad"innNOMaa
from pg. 11 A .. HAIR AGAINST lu ...... Alb,Million. id www..rnrrnISnIMM
OF AVAILABILITY FOR THE I B Irrrt la.hi wed.to ip.iovililla''of MM rated lo
L WATM" ..... .
INVITATIONTO "bolo |DVMnin Th. .mndnwnl. Johns. .ff.clnd
BID pie Avenue. Stork. PUBLIC INSPECTION OF THE NO 2 UP" ,ppa.d and Apples to the. ..neat 0lioCONSTITUTIONAL
.. THE SCHOOL BOARD Florida. on or before 7 AMENDMENT .urns bled Ikirain lot IM) yens IMO wdl lot
FLORIDA a body corporate Bids hall be opened 01 AND ARTICLE. XII.SECTION II FOR
and politic soon thereafter oa the ( -B
hereby Invites bids lor Agenda off void Board AND THE ANTIRECESSIONFISCAL Fropoeds. IM 0,5.11..of Seabn. 16 of.VII AGAINST
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the aole of the following hall permit end._ ISorAnkkXllof the towline- .
root property located In Th. Board reserves ASSISTANCE EXPENDITURESThe Han u mlliorlialk'' iMiiiat of m_bond .o
refinance tut nUu hcllliuato 1d0. S
the refuse Inne at elevens
Bradford County right to any
Ftottdi. mem tt primrlly by IN d4ed moiMbM CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
Florida Lot to a.wit 9.,I I. and U and all whatsoever bids for and noraoion ) Bradford County Board of County Commissioners hereby ,. .. equal n the animate bond",-10 ARTICLE VI I. SECTION 4

of Block 2 'In Davit A thai failure to receive a give) notice) to all citizens, that the) Use> Report filed for the) expenditure '.. Propo ii| m imiiia iiiii la SKI|." 4 of Ankle
Trubyi Addition to the sufficient bid shall result of these Funds are> available for your Inspection. You have o FOR VII 1911.101 of the Suit_Conlll._.._...,ifficlM.humn I.
Town of Starko. In sold property being the right to come to the Bradford County Courthouse Office of ,' I AGAINST B M.to dueflod far m fmpMMot e.ayndlens
aaol- told at tale
All bids must be private
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Finance to review this "mum
ed and delivered to Ih.DI..elor ARTHUR GASKINS, Department f fd
("'" of Chairman SCHOOL report qnd.tt > documents. .
of Finance upportlrg < I IGilbert FOR
BOARD OF BRADFORD ', ... .'" w..M1 I .' ......... ot lot f t .
the Bradford County ;"'Atg Q.,:% 11Fd .,.of the:.qtrcUl; Co..rt; : ; i I. ".II. do.a AGAINST. a
School Board at lla of COUNTY. sort i ",40 I 4.. '
fleet at 582 North Tarn- 10/2 2tchg 10/9 Esther B. Eller County Financial Director. loosen er.-f.ei "'-
1 Itchg 10/2.

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always opposed and will always oppose the ERA. :,,:" '. > \ }: ;

GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the only candidate left who has :,, : f: ..(" : I

always opposed and will always oppose gun control. r4 ," w wq R oA t

GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the only candidate who has pledged "" ,:; 4 ,F-

to visit each County in the District every ninety days so he will .t,.. ,' ,:\

Ni be available to ALL the People. .J. ttf y

f GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the only candidate we can count on ,1. 'it ; o' ,:} I'" ..

to stand up against the professional politicians and liberal ..: :.: .

bureaucrats in Tallahassee and protect our interests ,, I :';<'1\\ .. :

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October*. 1063 TELEGRAPH Page VIA

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT YOU ARE HERESY ogalmt you for tha Wild Management. District decision for Plaintiff will IS, Township South TERESTED KM THE ESTATE: of Administration:
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR NOTIFIED that en action\ demanded. m the com and/or the Greater St. not result In any expenseto Mango 22 Best and run YOU ARE HEREBY September 29 1900.Johnny .
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN for Dissolution. of marriage plaint or petition. John River. Basin, which Legals you! If there to relief.. South 713.3 feet to South NOTIFIED that the administration III Sumner

AND FOR BRADFORD has boon filed WITNESS my hand am) aid property I I. situate granted In this action. right-of-way line of a of the Al Personal I Representative

COUNTY. against you TERRY J. the seal i of this Court on In Alachua' =' Baker, Bradford. legal,, null and void and the Court will .be asked.. county .graded road estate of ROME>SUMNER,,. of the Estate ofRosla "
ROSIER and you ore re- September 3, 1900. Clay, Duvel.Flaglor tax mania must .befok"wodr to authortzo the _.... thence- run Eat 4IB.S deceased File.. Number Sumner. Deceas
,Civil) Action. Case No. quired to serve a copy of Gilbert S. Brown, As Indian River pocket litigation ..- foot 0)009) South rightallad. 00-42-CP I I. pending In
00450.! your written claim_. If Clerk of the Court. By: .Lake. Marlon' Nossou.Oka (c) the. Defendants OOHOOOfee end reasonable ...- the Circuit Court for ed.ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL -
In re: The Marriage of to ft. on the plainT Morton. McRo,.a* Deputy 'c>iobee, Polk Putnam District and Basin wore for PtolnrnY attorney off BRADFORD County REPRESENTATIVE
ARCHIBALD C. ROSIER attorney whose C...... St. Johns Seminole. formed In an Illegal. and to be deducted .....1......... Thence run Florida Probate Division WOLBERT )
Husband. Plaintiff v. name and address )I. ."II 4tchg '10/2. and Volusto. Countto, unconstitutional man from the amount altd feet B Inche. *to the address of SAXON. SMOhl A. SAXON .
TERRY J. ROSIER wife, DUDLEY P. HARDY Eq., Florida. nor recovered n there I Ie nor South line of SWM" of which It Bradford County P.O. Box 1006.

Defendant. PIERCE I HARDY P.A.. IN THE CIRCUIT (d) the. division. of cw.ry, no fees will.. be NW said Section IS: Courthouse, N. Temple Ita..... Florida. 32O9I.
NOTICE P.O. Drawer 1030. COURT. FOURTH. I. The ebove- the. State of Florida Into Township 4 South, Range Street. Storke, Florida Telephone ((904))
OF SUIT Starke. Florida 32091. an JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN captioned action was two port for .levying. ad -.. Pleaoo be certain 22 last, thence run East 32091. The personal "".'200. .
NO PROPERTY. or bef..... October 16. AND FOR CLAY COUNTY brought by Merrill I.GII..o. valorem tax for water you understand the.legal 60 feet along cold South representative of the 9/29 4tcng 10/16.
TOt TERRY J. ROSIER Ado 1900 otherwise a ludge- FLORIDA. .. a* Plaintiff. management purposes I.unconstitutional. I. right) Involved herein line of SWM of NW"' estate I Is JOHNNY D. -
dies Unknown men! may be entered While. the Court has net and If there to any question ,Section 19 Township SUMNER whooe address NOTICIOFREFERENDUM

CASE NO. 77106. yet made. any a o fo mil.iiQ'' ; 2. Plalnflff ha brought that you consult an South. Range 22 East. I I. c/o WOLSERT A SAX.
tton a* to the hfulrfbl. It* action\ on It* own -..my. thence run North to the ON. P.O. box IOB6 Notice.Is hereby .
MERRILL E. GLISSON. .ad In the complaint, the .behalf. and e* a class. action DATED this 15th day of South right-of-way line 1 Ita......, Florida 32091. that a referendum will
.Plaintiff v. ST. JOHNS Plaintiff' has alleged for and on .behalf. of Ioptember. 1900. of county graded. road to The nome ...>oddre.. of b* conducted on l-
.3Jnltn 11:. Glmvrr RIVER WATER MANAGE that! all other persons,similar.ty M. IGNATIUS LESTER. a point 60 feet East of the personal representative' November 4, 1900. for

Branch MENT DISTRICT Hal.. (a) the Governing situated. Circuit Judge. point of beginning: attorney are set the purpooo of authorising .
tea) Dofondanta. Board of the Defendant 3. The defendants In 9/25 2tchg 10/2. thence run Westerly" forth .below, : the levy by Bradford

....Root iota Broker NOTICE TO St. Johns River Water the action we I' Johns along South rlgh -of-woy All persons having County of an additional'

ISO W.C.llit. CLASSTO Management District River Water Management IN THE -CIRCUIT COURT. line of county graded claims or demand ana cant par .gallon tax
Ita.... : All person who era (the "District") and the District andG.ater EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. rood 60 feet to point of against the estate ore on certain fuel sold In
taxpayer who pay ad-. Greeter St. John River St. John. River. CUIT OF FLORIDA IN beginning. containing required, WITHIN THREE the County. The questionto
964.5527 Basin (the"Basin") Illegally Ioaln. lose MONTHS FROM THE
voluiam tax or against ore AND FOR BRADFORD one acre more CII appear on the ballot
DUPLEX who. property ad constituted: 4. The Court ha determined COUNTY. and tying In South part of DATE OF THE FIRST hall loa a*follows:
"4OOoYS39.000 wlorom tax II .l.vl.d lay (b) the levy of taxes that Plaintiff. to entitled CIVIL ACTION SWK of NWM Section) PUBLICATION OF THIS For the purpose of
: or on baholf. of the St. by the Defendant' ta maintain this action 15 Township 6 South. NOTICE to with thectork paving and
2 M. I aa,LR, Kit.,en each Coto No. 79541'In maintaining
.ld..IIricIc.landscaped yard, John. River, Water District and Basin I I. If. as a class. action on Range 22 Cast, and Southof of the above courta roads, operating
Ro The Matter of thaAdaption
NEW LISTINGS r .behalf. of I.... and all :. of BRANDEE present graded road. written statement of transportation systems,

Beeutlful wooded. comer lot SRIOO-CR3M North. -- other person. .ImllorrrItuated. JANAV MOODY. Plain any claim or demand and for other lawful putt

.largo frame hose, 4 .....,.2 bath.* on*..... $21,(00 FAULKNER. tiff 2)) Lots 2 and 4 of they may how. Each pot. Bradford. County
owner 11-.1. Q r S. If you are u irxtttlxf' NOTICE OF Block 33 In the J.M. claim mud be In writing hall .bo authorized to
of the class addressed at John. Addition. to theTown and must Indicate tho
.(store*. downtown Starke. rented,'''.GOO.:29% down, SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO levy on additional one
_... fin. REALTY ao-i.BOBs"iMT0'/ the. Introduction hereof : Cathy Flnstar c/o of Sfa...., a* per bails for the claim the cent tax on each .gallonof
you will'" be considered a plat thereof recorded Indeed name and address of the motor fuel and '
'lack. building en Ml North. Great business .location.. '- j member. of the. class. Brenda Moody, 9S3Q .book L. Page 69. creditor or his agent or fuel sold In Bradford special
.3 '.. 1 Be. Greenhouse Zoned Commercial.Spoxlal I represented by Plaintiff Hagal Circle 23079. Lorton.; Public Record of Bradford attorney, and the County and taxed. under

unless you request to.be Virginia County Florida. amount claimed. .If the the. provisions of Chapter
221 ..... ....St.Acre from Wfsbbene YOU ARE HEREBY
excluded.. All member claim I I. not yet due, the 206. Florida Statutes
.SoautHul comer lot at Country Club.. First time onmorfcet. of this clots. will twelve' NOTIFIED that an action A* tha property of the data when. It will become Y._ No.--
for the of
RESIDENTIAL the .benefit of a adoption above named defendant duo shall bo stated. If Dove Shuford Chairman

.I Trailer Perk*. .351.114i / .p46. Acre. favorable. decision and minor Brand.ho Jonoy.been Moody filed! a and that *" Monday. the the claim I I.contingent or Board of County

.I trailer perk II trail.,. Approx. 6 acret. Ponds 3M.IO. en nke tot to town. '".100. $1,000 down. be bound by en adverse and 20th day of October. wnllquldotad, the natureof Commissioners..
.I trailer perk. II trallon, 2 M frame home, born, .,. 3BE.IB ,ff.00 O'd soft. $"...... decision.. If Plaintiff cobtoln. against required you to you ore 1900 at one, o'clock. on the uncertainty shall 10/2 and 10/16
.prox. 22 ..... fenced .turel.nd. LARGE down payment. 30R.IB.. Completely ramueeled.. In town. the relief' It seek. of ou'lttan serve defenses. a copy, aid day an the premise* be stated.. If the claim Is 2tchg

Owner will finance .balance.. 3BR4B Con. I*. .home ... ......... one acre. In town I under Ih _plaint. It H on to It. on the plaintiff of the Bradford County secured. the security
.su.... 1Iut.fIP..dueWafiR-errne.. $20.000. could result In refund of *' whoa. Jail. I will offer for sale' hall be described. The'
attorney NOTICE
Wo Handle Rentals! .3M.II. F mepioce.Screened perch, chetoltok. fence.MI.IBOeevnfvl tax monies Improperly. name* and address, I I. and sail to the highest. claimant shall deliver INTENTIONTO OF

.I M fu.... ...._. $"1t *2 M unfum. apt. $1OOt erner tot In Green Acre assessed and/or ... George H. Pierce, Es bidder for cash In hand sufficient. copies of the
'SOfesmen. .wner. .311.... Con. ... Close to ec....... Immecukto.Two pandad: revision or quire P.O. Drawer 1030. the above described property claim to the clerk. to FICTITIOUS
elimination of the of sold defendantto enable. the clerk. to mall
COMMERCIAL Story Frame.........COII St. powero' Starke, Florida 32091 NAME
PROPERTY the Defendants, satisfy the aforesaid erne ta each
Room and file the with copy per-
I warehouse on US 901. Air cend. oHke." Greet locoHon. 2BR,1B Family Southgete. S2I.SOO. District and Basin to.levyad original Execution. satin representative.All .
tha dark. of tho above !Pursuant to Section
valorem tax rostrle- Interested

-I Tad..le end Bolt bu>me... Large knentery. .U acre with well end ACREAGE sepHa ..... Hwy 127.I Non of the usa of: District October styled' court 20 on 1900 or.before otherwise Dolph' I. Reddl.h. In the persons estate to whoM a 06S notice.09. Is Florida Statutes

-0... city .block. In downtown. Sleike, just waning for the I 29.S acre with,. pecan tree,. and/or Basin od valoremtax a lodgement: Sheriff. Bradford County. copy of this Notice of Administration that the hereby given
right ....1_.. Greet for 'I mania. and permit may Florida. has been undersigned
opportunity downtown mall. ecres-Wlhxm' Rd.-MeMIe Nome heek....., be entered against youfor 9/25 .tchg'0I16 DORIS HOFFMAN.
.I .largo warehouse, ." .... 6,000..|.ft. Needs. roof andropalra. .acros-to/Pd Mftt. Jhe*...... $".000. application. fees: dissolution the relief damondod mailed are ,..q..I'ed'WITHIN Melrose. Florida 32666

Hoi floor end tending wells. .IV* ecre norttswy. Lake_NIce Oaks. or reconstitution of In tho complaint or potl- NOTICE OF THREE MONTHS sols owner, doing
tho Defendant District FROM THE DATE OF THE
INVESTORS DREAM .M .... ., M brick .home. 239 Wort.S INTENTIONTO business ai DORIS' HAIR
and Basin, and tholrGoverning tlon.WITNESS FIRST PUBLICATION OF
1 Income Property Will Pay Far Itself acres. hall OdAWASA00.. Term Boards my hand and REGISTER file CLINIC .,. 21. Melrose,
.I mall apartment complex. Handyman' .,... aero wHh nice Frame ........ and/or the award of; the seal of laid Court on FICTITIOUS anyobjections Florida 32666. Inland ta
special l-Salesman" owner-4 rental I units possibly" I. ell acme.11I.,%,. Con. Il... home. ....000. damage to the Plaintiff September 17. 1900. NAME hove thai challenges may the register" sold fictitious

.I small tram, bouie.I .2.' _. Henptee. slachte septic end env elms rnombors. Gilbert. S. Brown validity of the decedent' nome under the provisions a-
.largo framo house. Needs. ..... ,..-.. me owner. .12.9 ecre U x"'M.H. Term 6. H you desire"to be Clerk.. A* Clerk. of said Pursuant to Section will, the. qualification of of aforesaid

Resident. or 4 apartments ((4 M, 4 IA). .SM, 2S. LD bfptnjUFOraokfett" ........''/'A.S79OM. excluded from the class Court. By: B.ulah. S69.09. Florida Statutes, the personal representative statute.
.1 2 M frame house. Apartment on side.. Zoned com for which mil action. I I. Moody. A> Deputy..... notice U hereby given or the venue or Doted this 30th day of
thai the
mercial. Salesman. MOBtUJ HOMES 9/29 4tchg IO/I6. undersigned September A.D. I960 In
brought should. request Jurisdiction of the Court.
.ir.6V with you THOMAS (TOM) CREWS Bradford
Please. cell us to list your property." Family Not carport utl. added. IOV.19T exclusion inwriting ALL CLAIMS. County. 10/2
Rt. ,. Box 999. .Lake IO/J3
Reg.Real Estate BrokerLu .60r with IVxIO. dining room a hair perck.124X162 Letter Cloy Coun- Butler. Fla. 32094. sole NOT SO FILED

Green Sander AssociateRoberts .1e0.Irx613EN.. ty Courthouse,. Green Notice I I. .hereby. given. owner doing business WILL SE FOREVER BARRED LEGALS
Ire potto. Furnished. lOO'xIO !lot.tries' Cove Springs Florida. that I, Dolph E. Reddish a* TOM'S OVERHEAD

en one acre just out of Ita..... II2.SOO.irx4T Your written request for a* Sheriff of Bradford DOOR SERVICE. Route I. Data of the tint Cont. lo pg. 10A
plus. unfinished. ir...' bulrt-en.Apprex. S ecras. exclusion must be moiled County Florida under Box 999 lake Intend Butler' FL publication of this Notice
lf.MO. and by virtu. of Writ of 32094 to
'. by October 31. 1900. register sold fictitious
Your request should.. Include Execution, to-wlt:
LOTS name under. the prevl-i

2t Real Estate .Il".""' lot In town. W_. Sewer and electric on let (a the) tho following name: and Execution Issued out of Ions of oforesoldi

new. ,93 ..... SI MO. Terma.We number. pf the ease Circuit Court of.DuvaJ statute. u nrt
Dated this 25th'cI of
have several nice. building lot to choose from. (Merrill E..Gllsson v. St. County,Florida pursuant iy "

) t O64"7828 986 Temple: COMMERCIAL John River water to a Final Judgment for 'Bradford September'County.:A.Dr IWO 9/23 In : ilt' ," "
Credlthrlft of America
Store building. __"1.1. Completely"remodeled.: Is- al Management Case No. District ot Inc., a corporation and 4tpd 10/16. fir

OlOtCI ROBERTS- Broker ceflad. ...... Only 121.000. (b) Your 77-006)name;and against Roger D. Green ----' o.c, e

.Over MOO severe feet In More building. Cell St.teor address; and Batty M. Groan IN*THE CIRCUIT COURT I
ASSOCIATES frontage Hwy 301. 2 acres with SVx/f building... (c) Identification of defendant, In the FOR BRADFORD COUNTY REALTY
Weekends end Evenings. Cell .....@. Goad T_. the extent of In.tarost. amount of $2,694.13 FLORIDA PROBATE '
Richard. Roberts....." Judith Frynn-964-S3M Hwy 301 North Apprex IIV .......... Can. '.. BUg.CenunercM your together with costs of DIVISION File NO. A ...

Ann Godwin.964-SU9 PettySlkox944479feormanHeddlng ........ T_. 7. If wish to reclass collection. OO-42-CP. ( t PHONE 964-7776
-964-7620 Kay Waters-...".., 01dg.. .... ...- St.. $''.11IIO. main as you a member of the In re: STATIOF.OSIE CECELIA
John R.Smith-964-6217 but employ and ber.presented Hove wind and have In SUMNER, Deceased. TERWHUGAR 205 N. TampU Stark
HOMES-STARKE2BR. .Crasby. Uke-Rertrlcted komeeltee. 100.ea.g.. .. BrokereOver by your own following my described ADMINISTRATIONTO Wayne E.Douglas' a Breker-Salasman. .
". Block. Fenced 62S Plnaweed, Dr. attorney, (.)he must pro
aw..er. ....wlt: ALL PERSONS HAVING Telephone-964-6S93
3BR, IB' Block. nlco 1320 St. enter his appearance a* party
Searing 2 some with 200 ......." en Block. Creek. Smell CLAIMS OR
Small home, rental Investment low price-Cherry St. your on or
Cottage. 1)) Commence at
Frame home. ...... clean. i neat Pratt St.Framo before 1900. November I, Northwest Corner of ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL

homo, good location 2M,2B-Fark Ptoco.Lerge Susan M.Peulkner-KIAlTOR-964-eolS. '. An unfavorable' SW% of NW'/i.' Section. OTHER PERSONS IN-
frame, .home .kj. yard I Flrepleces-S. Water St. Irene L""' .ner.: RIAITO ASSOOAn-9e4-SI42

'4 SR, SB, ..,... crooned .... roam-leering St. Lucille. Conner Spry-** SALISMAN-9644420

OUT-OP-TOWN HOMES W..have seven. ,1, lancing awilleblo.Property .
'2BR. IB. Stucco ....... 7 ecresSRIOM.3BR Meneg.ices AvellaMe.APT ,. .
2.. Stucco Fireplace. 301 South. *. i
'2BR. IB. Frame. .large patio SRI29 Weal.Lerge .
tot, 2 mobile. homes-Sampson. L.... Rd.Frame I REAL ESTATE .

4 ...... nice workshop. ever 4A-Hampton.Beeutlful .

4 '1.2I.IorIdI. ..... 10A-W. of Lawtey.Double .
.. garage, 2BR.IMB' C Block. .,.. 3A. SR I4W.Brick Bryan One of several style to.bo offered. In Bradford. Villas'

3 ". 20 gorage. apx. I'AA.' -SR lOOS. ---- ---- -- -- en Bessewl Red, a "".Iop", .'" for adult only, at thewest
Frame, I BR, IS. ................... 4V4 A..I..... Rd. end of geese" ......
New Cypress .home, 2...... IOA.-Off Beytou Hwy. 310 W. Call St. IB shout

'2B, ". LR. FR, .kttchen-dlnlng-Ciystol Lake. APool. Car 11S 301 d Call/ S,.) 4 01 ITS INCREDISLEIe
FP, 3BR 2B, Brick-Country Club. area. Realty tit Bradford Vllle. Beesent Rood offer a new concept tollfeetyto

.large. ....... SA.. 3BR. 2B S.R. 1001. 9648789,.ANYTIMEPRICE .noe..o.A.se CLA { with low maintenance Brick townhouse con-
.3 'E. IB LR, DR, ..... I see let-S.R. 1001. dsttog. of 2 nice. .bedroom |% bet.. greet room .

Brick home, ......... 32 acres S.R."121* SLASHED $M N. Temple Av*. ': specious. a c.nv.nl.nt .kitchen and plenty of c......*.
Model Ie under cenetrucHen new N con he Customized,
I, ACREAGE ....... Starker ,Ia. 32091
.test for end reedy Immediately.e .
traitor Lake. Shore. yea
7 ecres. 2 hook-up Crosby SIR IBA-Fem.Rm. Fireplace,CHS SPECIAL FOR MONTH 964-5231
.,.... let- Sampson Leke.Approximately T........for quick sole.USINEUamdCO NOW. your 1 Income con be$26.'"per year end you can

0 acre .to Lewtey Area. 4 roan home on Lake areeklyn. @H.fr........".100. S ACRES get UVi! .Interact rote thru Bradford County Bond ProgramCome
"0%! acre en Fersyth Rd.4acreOflSR233. III and jot we .help ys oblate the hem. or
Weeded lend none
townhouse desire.Brownlaa .
Got set to N .huntlwgl. Keystone .... $.. $12.000. you
M" acre Mobile. Home tot- Weedlend. Acres. FLORIST .to .Wool ..*..*..... Inventory, equipment. 2 .tots hs Oceta Manned. Frees Tobacco Patch Area Rd colonial. "borne t form atmosphere of

Beeutlful 10 acres-Country: Club. ere. and von ........ ... .....\....,............ .124,000 STOOD. FAMILY PLEASER quiet. dignity a charm total privacy.3 BR 1B CHBA..,.
smite let Country: Club.BUSINESS I CORNER IOT.. .431 feet en US.,... ....S67.00B,terms. 1 a ....._. I fuN .bobs.Nviag prex. 14 acne i .bare,.......I.to hoMo site- weeds,farmland
AND INVESTMENTS HOMES | rearm. ISO V 110.... I A -

"9,000 .... ft. building. w/approx. 9 acryss. -.U.I" COUNTRY UVMO Btocfc/Brfck Mon or 4... 1%' Be. paved street su..@.
CHA Sep.DR. Set-to. KN-,Lg. U with Franklto flreptoce.WW ..1011 Eastwood Dr.. .bright t Many ranch.3 SR a I Vi. B.
REDUCED 1260 ft. .Mad carpeted paneled A/C unitspmraddrfvevray .
carpet-re.m for enom.r home (or trailer) en this S
acre...................... ..$"... owner ftoaneed.P9JVATE FIOWUW9REMTt I 3 bedroom) .home. .Ilving Savage. a ado-wk eonwnlam .bete.Ilan
room. dining. .
RACK YARD t OARDW AREA...... 3 BR.XBA I largo .

04F. / ..........,Range I ............plenty........gore*.. / kikhea.It.' ..... Ise. NOW a NIee............... fro".pmtly.....1m Mllow. Teo-

tmd 9 toeldo atHrly, O6SA Carpet. ............ Onry ......... Phone 964-7700 race........ wood pnllng. -cerpet-aiilannes to wallrefrig .

ROOM FOR ANIMALS., on 9 Ac..*. "..' I Be.Frama I 393 N.Temple Avenue BEDROOM Ia .heal hared ,..... undargnurld oIoctrIaoI Hare.

REALTOR .............. ...... ....... ....... ...$10 ..* country .home with fenced A/C will etay.Cryetol .
PINCID YAW-", ,ISA Block...Oeae! to.......120100 FOR ANIMAL LOVERSi wood, .Noting. room dining
Office 702-3931 Hm 7023096Financing HAMPTON,.... ,........let.:..................$... @., .lrssmtll.... I- teenW 2I. room and kitchen $'.*... a take Home.ruelto.............. -Beard 4i .et-
.._ Spectollit HANDYMAN 6 Reea.- Promo em I Acre.........$...... S.try.. en 10 memo of .land ten .torge tera.r tot toko i same wIh.i membership. .
Bend Program CenvenH.nel, LooM.Owner FlnenctogFmHA e LOTS ACREAGE tMced end .,...,....... FARMETTEttttm Gary Rego-..-- wilds charming pen.ling. -a... H
0 VA FHA 203b.203V( ).334. 240 e Excfcaago mtmm..jy bodre.ma.s.n- CHINA 1631 .. ft. 1 $...
ROLUNO HHU- (i.yl.s.toy) I Acre a up- $....i up. with several' horse .bases. 'SIO"CISE.PIG'Ul1U.IIC. I only year
"Your Best buy .to A New Home,to m Existing! ...... MI .hew. "' Pound food
10% down, S ....-12%. many fruit trees. Including tre"I. $4.111.iAKSLOT ... N, Cherry St. truly elude Opt I .I..e. .... ;d l
.SOR '- en .49 Ac. OW lAWTtV. US SOI-a ere*to M sure:- "beautiful..*- ally 1 acre blueberry ........*. .. .s eeetelrs.1 torge.... .,......IMn.'reoeje-total S44E...

(OWNERS ANXIOUS TO SELL Oak. ....... Own. Fin.irxeo1 water a *.ktowam*. $.... pe acre I2H down 10 yrs.9H Rmalter H. pfcrs .percho* 2 fuR .bom* 2 Rr.,1... ptoe floe* .
MR 2BA From en B As. MM trust % Alee ,.... acres at h." per aero.lAWTtV FAMILY MOVWOi Offering skltog we* ..... owner tn.lli pointed. t..... Rve to one rent tho othor.

Stacked ...... rewe.a". o 17x29'.......... ..41A AREA-% awes ....... 8 Acre ".@.- 20% quiet lecatl.n with 4 Box 1334Koyotrxio .-<* $ S.@*. awn a"Ikpp ftoaneo to...abu. ,.,.
Assume I 10% Mtge.3M Own. .... 111400.A downS yts 10% (. awns ..........). bedroom IV* .bath .borne.llr.pls.e .
06479% ......142.1Ot. DARUNO 3BR Frm OFF.'. 10 acre plw.. ...............$ .*..>ta4.000 to femlfy. room I' ) Hgt 32066. SATISFACTION toE Caw emI. .. prsp.rty ....... $6
Home en low Let. Space OFF RD. '21. It sow M graded reed....tIMOOtormeFORSVTH lets of aatdM. ate.age 473-4009 *f a "NEW h..., SO acre follow. a ......,.... MIll aa Rd 100 'A! mile en

23A CS FP C "/A for Winter Gordon. ROM Ae.es. .... woIV......./..... .$33.00* .budding... Punter of ..... iOrOOiWO) end J BMMO. ,, .../ ... spur town aw Male ralbead ..... deep. weN CO
.. .brick R.......... control hem 30 8 70* wills iiirst. flew. 20 acre t.M....... .
lOt .... ft. 1.3 Ac. ..... 126,000, HAMPTON AMA. SEE Acree. tl..OO per one trees, ......... *everelbeartoE I
KITITONEAtlA Seat a air..equtoped. kn- .below" -.o- .
Oak .....Ac. 314.412. pecan tree. Artillm"M ,
.............. CALL M. AT 964470-ANVTMM DAY OR NIGHTS BRADFORD COUNTY :ices |......*.. '
.10 Ac....... .Veer .heart alp baa footer 04,yea .view Beeutlful Lake :
THEM 'LOSS M YOU. '." .14 Ae. 129.,". WI NIID LISTINGS STILL HAVE 1 tot*. SOMA MmOeNOLOTS ...... ./dylla. ewoeptag .lawns. .. ...white .beech 4 l
GAIN I .30 Ac.$....... for trailers.. owner P."-"*III. MM hi suave Para leke. a Starke IS..... with ,..td.aa....fE 0-...... .
access. 'hand 518500.lIsas.dis /.
ASSOOATES-AFTER HOURS tog wills. Omen dome. per wow -- ....amomal acres ee Hwy U'between Hwy., 301 SHemeMiTAfl .

.IOHA FOE ........ J si --'. I Heat of In city MMn" of Wo.ajfjioiou This HHM li
LMllo C.Few ...... MOSM HOME LOTS
'I'M. "-. .body Lot. LISTINGS HEWED DUI TO *" Vkdd.... wooded r .Wet for kam.etl.' 40 h, ........
Very ........ SEVERAL tBCSNT SALES.$1IJOB ankor/sel..mo. a Assecla'r .. ACRJAOEi M Owes 40 Comfy now .....$4$06. tea oatelda city .....of .....% down and owner arm **rry -..*.. at 1% .kv'I

....... OffIce"""'" HH84I ra. Bath.good...: ...*. I........ ...... witlft. hose.AT .........'.
961p1Sylvia .' oil, ear" to Bradford pay f4 raet9MOetlEHOMf
,f .
) ....* EvenmesiPtoeseeeiVemtoOdom.. c...,.11600 per-, 4 0...h e..AwesMI.-AMor Nwrs

The.beat'Investment on earth to we earth HsofT;'. Yams"nod" NerlsWerd Broker. 'I loa moved to tot gland lawnan AI'" -.....140Byree

Metal..Uwtey ArB ... Srekor/S.lesrw.o I .
301 North TraM. 944-7484 J3jrO. Can owner .ill....
Eves/Weefceeei 964.Q223 .. ,.. 94-7739 ( ,I. "- Too... .gar N./ee..471-1677 Sally KMIan.46B.2M ;
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Pan 12A TELEGRAPH October I" '

I. Se ford Restaurant Comin to Stare \ ; I IA

seafood eater' fast-food yesterday (Wednesday, Oct. 1). 42 cars. A parking area for truckers
restaurant, Captain D's, Is coming to Targeted completion date for the will be south of the restaurant
Starke, It was announced Wednesday, building Is early December. building. ., '
Oct. 1.Clearing. William Wilson Enterprises, Inc. Twenty-five local persons will be
of the site on US-301 south based In Jacksonville is building the hired to staff the new restaurant,
just south of McDonald's was started new restaurant on south Walnut starting next week.when Interviews
Street between McDonald's and
will begin. The
manager will be hired
Alligator Creek. Affordable Homes, locally and trained In Jacksonville.
Attends ConventionMerrill Inc. of Starke, owned by Bob Harris, William Wilson Enterprises has
has a $149,000 contract to build the five or six Captain D's restaurants.

G. McMillan retired Starke seafood restaurant. President of the company .is Allen !...
surveyor, attended the 25th Anniversary Property for the new seafood eaterywas Wankat of Jacksonville.
Convention of The Florida Socie- purchased by D.R. O'Neil of Wankat says his firm will have a
ty of Professional Land Surveyors In Gainesville for 100000.The propertywas $350,000 Investment In the Captain D's
Tampa last weekend, where he formerly owned by Charley here. It will be the seventh store own-
delivered a paper on "The Early Johns who. sold It two years ago to ed by William Wilson Enterprises. 4.....
Years". O'Neil. The compnay built Its first restaurant
McMillan was one of the "founding The 2,000 restaurant will have five years ago on Normandy Blvd In
fathers"and a charter member of the seating for 72 persons and parking for Jacksonville. That was the second

association which was founded In 1955 Captain D's to open In Florida; the a M Y
in Orlando. In his paper which was store In Starke will be the 35th in the
reprinted in the Society's 25th Anniversary state. --- -
souvenir program, The firm also has stores in Albert- -. Ion 4,
McMillan says the organization was ville, Ala.; Gainesville, Orange Park,
not born overnight, but represented Used Clothing Store and three in Jacksonville. Wankat ,.'
"nearly) seven years of untiring efforts says the firm has been building one -'
of dedicated surveyors." store a year but wants to accelerate Sealing Agreement
Opens On S. WalnutA that pace.Captain.
D's Is franchised
DAV Meeting Set tion of Shoney's,a Inc. which owns opera-or William Wilson Enterprises, Inc. President Alan L. Homes, Inc. has the contract to build the restaurant.
Wankat of Jacksonville and local Bob Harris leal
new clothing store opened recently has franchised 350 of the fast-food building Wankat plans to hire 25 persons. locally. A. payroll IIf'tooGOO
DA.V. Chapter 61, Starke would
agreement to a Captain D's fast-food seafood I
In Starke South seafood Is
on Walnut Street i outlets the expected.
over southeastern
like to invite all D.A.V. members and
restaurant on US-301 south In Starke Harris Affordable
from Food Fair U.S.
their families and all prospective: across Supermarket Shoney's, Inc.will send in a crew
by Frances and Mark Williams. i to train
Disabled American Veterans, who the local employees hired. .. '
would be interested In joining the The store is called "The Encore The restaurant specializes in 4-Year Sentence watt 9aL9livQ'MaP.aL9CYR'aaN't 'vrtrt! !yCe".1L9
chapter, says C.M.D.R. Martin Clothing Consignment Shop" and i seafood but also has hamburgers.' -ut
Kapellan. Our meeting will be held features clothing for men, women, I Leading items are the"Chipper; two
and children. I boneless Down
fish filets served with cole
Tuesday night Oct.17. at 7:30: P.M.at
Air Park Baptist Church on N. The Williams moved to Starke from i slaw, French fries, and hush puppies
Orange St., In front of Bradford MId- Jacksonville in May. Williams is I for$2.29,and the fish dinner which includes -
dle School. pastor of the Southslde Church of < three fish filets. On Weapons ChargeA .
Christ located on US-301 and CR-227 At Captain D's, hush puppies, Coleslaw 2 Great
about two miles south of Starke. and the fresh strawberry tarts 20-year-old Starke man Mark First
Bradford County Mrs. Williams told the Telegraph ((a favorite item) are made fresh at Randall Hersey, was sentenced to MominBaptIst
that In clothes I four In state prison Monday Sunday_
people bring that they least twice a day, Wankat says. years ,
Senior CitizensThe can no longer use and Is in good condi- Sept. 29, for carrying a concealedweapon.

tion.She then puts a price on the mer- Worship Services
Bradford County Senior chandise and when it sells the person 1 KLPOA Membership Bradford County Judge Elzle S. #
Citizens held their first meeting of the who brought the clothing to the new ]Invited to Fish Sanders sentenced Hersey In Circuit
fall at the Starke Recreation Hall, store gets 50 percent of the sale price. Fry Court action here. 8:30.M. #
Tuesday September 23, 1980. There "We get new merchandise every >Friday Night Oct. 3 Hersey recently pled guilty to having Church:
was an excellent turnout with several week" Mrs. Williams lays. a .22 caliber revolver at Powell's ; and
clothes from of Dairy Freeze,US 301 North in Starke,
new members and visitors present. They get out town Member families of the +
After a lively business meeting with also, according to Mrs.Williams. I Lake Property Owners KIngsley last July 4. 3 of Starke 11:00 A.M.
She the As of plea bargaining the state /
invites visit part
much discussion, the group had a public to come will enjoy a fish fry at the civic center jS
her at the new store. dropped charges- of burglary and
time of catching-up on the summer I Friday hosted
night, by the Associa
activities, games and songs. They It t tion for Its membership. Allpaid-up grand theft charges pending against .
finished the with Ii Hersey as of July 31.
meeting Bingo, ice member families are invited to at D'II n
cream,and cake,and a fellowship circle t tend. Hersey was arrested Sept.22 on two '
counts of grand theft in which he has '
at which time recent birthdaysand 'q
Free Time Following the supper, Jerry Kun- been charged with pilfering $800 i
anniversaries were recognized.The ? mrich of the Game & Fresh Water .
worth of and from the
door prize was won by Louise copper gaskets .
Fish Commission -
Enrich --
life. staff at Lake ---
your Volunteers City,
Starke Power Plant site and for
Petz, visitor and
a newcomer to
our to work with the elderly and han- will discuss stocking Kingsley Lake pilfering $4,000 worth of from
community.The dicapped. Volunteer with Sunshine Bass. Also on the copper i A Bible Teaching School
is program Sunday
next meeting will be held October sored program spon- : is old-fashioned Sun Ice Company, located on N.
by the Santa Fe an "cake walk"featuring
Community Cherry Street in Starke and owned by
14, at which time the club will
convene at 12 noon for lunch. The College Homemaker and University Year For Action members. recipes of the H,S. Little of Newberry. Those cases 9.45A.M.:
main dish will be provided by the club For Program. are still pending.
more information
and the ladies are asked to bring a Hersey, Volunteer call Ruby A class for every member of your family. A well equipped nursery

salad or dessert. Mrs.Alicia Homrichwill 964-5206.) Coordinator, DR. JAMES K. HESTER provided for all Church activities.
give a program on Good Groom-
ing and It's Important to Older Optometrist "
Citizens. We are looking forward to Gospel singin In leaving to pursue further specialized training In eye car. Are you looking for a Church that loves people??
this meeting and hope others who are Ft. Whit IB pleated to announce that "
interested will join us for this STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATESwill Come enjoy the friendly atmosphere and dynamic fj
There will be
a 1980 homecomingwith
meeting. resume hit general practice of optometry effective July 21, 0
Bar-B-Cue and singing held worship of First Baptist Church.
Lucy G. Wellons, Sunday Oct. 5, at the Gospel Hall In Dr.{,I. 0. Abihlr .
President Ft. White. Dr. James D. Chamberlain
Singing will begin at 2 p.m. Dr. Leonard Schlofman f "The Church with a Heart, In the Heart of Starke"
Featured groups will be the BlueGrass
Installation Banquetfor Prophets the Gospel Express 4440.,W.Medium St. Optometrists; 2M1-S Standing Boulevard First Baptist ChurchComer
Starlce Fla.
Kiwanis OfficersAt the Gospel Echoes, the Glad 33WI Mlddlebutg.Flp.3aMS f I
Reunion Singers, the Sunshine Trio, (904)) 94-8076 1904)) 282-5052
Country Club the Singing Christians and the of Clark & Jefferson Streets Downtown Starke !

Robert W. Milner, Jr. was Installedas Gospel Hymntones and many more. I
president of the Kiwanis Club of Bar-B-Cue pork, beef and chicken ...
Starke as the organization began Its and all the trimmings will be servedall -
second year of service to the com- day. I
munity with an installation banquetat The Gospel Hall Is located three
the Starke Golf and Country Club, miles south of Ft. White on SR-47 on
Thursday, Sept. 25. the Santa Fe River. PERRY McGRIFF I
The charter president, David Mc- Rev. George Williams and 414
Campbell, reviewed progress of the associates encourage everyone to
club during its first year and listed come and praise the Lord together.

some of its achievements as assisting is a man who is :.

disadvantaged children through the Old You Know............ w .
special Olympics program, sponsorship -
of a walk-a-thon for Cystic Tina L. Brown earned a 4.0 grade devoted to his
Fibrosis aid to sponsored youth point average during the summer
through to Circle K
help assistancewith
at the of
quarter University South
the citywide clean-up program, Florida.
and Involvement with youth In troubleon family his church
a one-on-one basis. ,
He called on the club to continue its Rev. Pat Murphy of Hope Baptist
commitment to the community by Church announced recently that one his community .
even greater service in the coming of their students has been Inducted in- w
year, to The Society of Distinguished
In addition to the new president.the American High School Students.Martin and to the
following officers were installed by Hersey was tapped into the society
Florida District Lt. Governor !because! of his demonstrated excellence
Richard C.Powell of Lake City: Steve in scholastic leadership and
Futch, vice president; David Mc- civic achievement. Only 2 percent of betterment of .
Campbell, secretary; and Eddie all students in the U.S. are accepted .
Douglas, treasurer Serving on the for membership.Nominations :
can on- .
new board of directors will be: Steve ly be made through the student's ; :
people. < ,
Denmark, Lee Hardenbrook, Ron school or church. The student's sponsor sI young .
Hildreth, Andy Jordan, Terry Lee. Rev. Pat Murphy, received a National f.
and Daryl O'Neal.A Appreciation Award from The
feature of the program was a Society on behalf of the students for HIS CHURCH "

the slide Kiwanis presentation International by Andy Them Jordan for of the interest shown in honoring and e Member First Baptist Church of Gainesville '" / "
rewarding excellence on the
1980-81, "Take Time to Care." t school level. Martin is a secondary 1980 e Sunday School Teacher for high school students since 1958 ,. ,' <,,:,

An added entertainment feature graduate of BHS and is a freshman at e Former Chairman and founder of Alachua County Fellowship of Christian Athletes i,,> \ V; '>"
was a musical routine presented by The Citadel, The Military College of ..
Bob and Carol Milner, Don and South Carolina In Charleston,S.C. He Chairman Young Life Steering Committee :
Esther Hardy, and Bill and Cindy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt

McRae. Hersey of Theressa. HIS COMMUNITY

e Former Chairman March of Dimes County Campaign

Member Children's Home Society *

e Fifteen Gallon Donor to Clvitan Regional Blood Bank

"I NEVER REALIZED HOW e Outstanding, City Family In Alachua County 1966 :-

MUCH THEY DO"Few PERRY McORIFF Is a former Mayor-Commissioner of Gainesville and Alachua County Commissioner

who has a proven record of leadership and commitment to his church and community., ,:

people do realize how many unseen details are

necessary for even the simplest funeral service. At our

firm capable hands trained in a long tradition of personal

service, handle these scores of details with quiet PERRY C.MMOC'ATI

thoughtfulness. No service is too simple to commandall ..

their attentive and understanding care..

Steve Futch DeWitt C. Jones

Benton Futch Harold Johnson, )

DeWitt C. Jones

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I Recent Delegation To Red China Included Starke's JJD.Odom I

Starke businessman J.D.Odom was to Seoul, Korea where they spent for Chongqulng. That city, according In China the men and women dress
one of 20 persons selected by the state three days. to Odom, b the citrus belt of China. In very loose clothing, Odom said.
to .make a tour of the pe p e's The Americans had to pay their They visited an experimental Odom stated he saw no signs of
Republic of China with Bradford own expenses to Tokyo. when they laboratory at an experiment stationat starvation Iii China "anywhere we
County native Doyle Conner, the boarded a China Airlines flight to May the university In that city. Then travelled". He indicated there was
state's Commissioner of Agriculture, Peking, the trip was paid for by the w ) they toured groves in the area. plenty of food for everybody.
heading the delegation that made the Chinese Government. On the return Odom described the groves as being There was no sign of any stealing.
trip leaving Tampa on August 16 and they had to pay for the return trip similar to Florida's groves 25 or 30 In fact, he stated, there was no need
returning Sept. 6. from Hong Kong. years ago. to lock the hotel rooms.
The trip was a return venture for In Korea the group toured sightsand 'The next city they visited was Other features of the trip Odom
the delegation because Floridians also visited farming com- Chunk King which at one time was stated,the hotel employees would not
played host to people from China durIng munities. Capital of China during the World accept any tips because the Chinese
the summer of 1979. After the Korean visit they returnedto War II regime of Chiang Kal Shek. don't believe In It.
The Americans trip marked the Tokyo where on Friday Aug. 22, They visited an old hotel that had an "They have total control of people,"
first time agriculturists from Florida they were flown to Peking. auditorium like a coliseum that at one Odom llya.Everybody.
and the United States toured the Peo- In China they spent two days in time could seat about 5,000 people. makes the same salary,
ple's Republic of China. Peking, three days In Urumchi In the Another city they visited was Cooling according to Odom the American
Last year the Chinese were takenon northwest section of China; then which Odom described as being equivalent of$60 a month.This makes
tours of the Kennedy Space Center came back to Peking; spent three China's equivalent to Florida a stealing unnecessary: he added.
and Walt Disney World along with days in Chongqutng the south cen- resort area.There was a big cave like The people are not allowed to get
other sight in the state. tral portion of the country; went to the Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, married until they are 26 years of age
"For humanity's sake it Is most Im- QuUin for two days,then went to Hong In the mountains near this city. and have a limit of two children to a
portant to continue the spirit of Kong for two days and on the way They took a five-hour family.He .
friendship and brotherhood that has home spent two days in Hawaii. down the Yankzee River near ChunKing described the country as clean
been allowed to develop between the Odom told the Telegraph and show to Cooling on the Pearl River. and saw no flies in the hotels, busses,
Chinese and American peoples. We ed slides of the customs In China durIng Odom stated there were beautiful and streets and the buildings require
look forward with great anticipation a 2tt hour Interview. He stated the scenes and the visitors observed no screens.In .
knowing that we will renew many customs are different from those of sugar cane along the boat route. Hong Kong the Americans held a
friendships and establish many more Americans. He outlined the visit to When they arrived back In Chunk banquet and then rested until they
new ones as well," Conner said Just the Great Wall in Peking was a good King the airport was fogged In. After started to fly to Hawaii and on home.In .
prior to experience.:; the fog lifted the Chinese hosts sent a addition to Conner and Odom
Odom state the highlight the saw about a half mile of It chartered plane.At those making the trip included: R,D.
trip was a visit In Peking to a commune which Is built In the mountainous Our China Connection... the end of the China trip the Bennett, Greenwood; Cyrus G.
which Included a school where areas of the country. It Is 22 feet high Bradford's J.D. Odom right, was chosen by Ag Commissioner visitors were placed on a boat for a bispham, Sarasota; Gilbert Bowen,
the 20 members of the tour visited a and 18* feet wide at the top, is 4,000 Doyle Conner ai one of 20 Floridians to pay a trip to Hong Kong. Winter Haven; Ben Hill Griffin. Jr.,
kindergarten classroom which Involved miles long (6,000 kilometers), and is return visit to China to survey agriculture there. A In Hong Kong the group went to a Frostproof; Joe A. Hilliard,
youngsters between the ages of built across the top of the mountains. Chinese delegation visited this slate In 1979. and saw people working Clewiston; William L. Jackson. Jr.,
three and five.There were 30 childrenin Odom stated the Americans visited and cutting Jade Jewelry. Lakeland. John T. Lesley, Tampa;
the class.Odom. a commune.The dictionary definitionof stated the Chinese Government gavea On the farms tne Chinese grow They then visited a fruit commune Dr. David L. Lynn D.V.M., Orlando;
couldn't get over how well a commune is a self governing banquet for the visitors in which pears, apples, and grapes. He In- where all kinds of fruit and olives Fount May, Quincy; Cope Newborn,
behaved the youngsters were. He tooka community. Odom stated was a 23-course dinner: dicated they have the finest peacheshe were grown. The farm according to Tampa; Edward R. OndIck, Winter
multitude of pictures and slides of Odom Indicated that In this particular with all the trimmings. They were has ever tasted, that are lighter in Odom, amounted to 10.000 acres; Park; Robert A. Roberts Im-
the trip. He took Polaroid pictures of commune several thousand furnished two translators to help with color and are really beautiful. 2,500 acres of grass, and the rest of mokalee; Roy F. Roberts Jr.,
the members of the class and the acres of vegetables, rice, and some the language difference. -. Odom described the weather during the acreage included vegetables. Titusville; William C. Rousse, Tampa
students he Indicated never looked at, wheat are grown. It was at this com- Odom described breakfasts during 0 the trip as being in the low 80's with They also saw candy and medicine ; State Rep. Lawrence F.ShackeUord. .
the pictures after he put them on the mune that the group visited the the China portion of the trip consistedof the higher elevations producing lower made in manufacturing plant.A lot of .Bradenton; Thomas Lee
desks. Two children were placed at kindergarten class. eggs mostly scrambled like an temperatures that required jacket different kinds of products: were made Smith, Homestead; Etter T. Usher,
each desk. "They were sitting "95 percent of the work Is done"by omelette, some kind of fruit, coffee or ,,,. Nobody can own a car in C1 na.The from the olives according to Odom. Chlefland and Ed Woitke, Miami.
straight up with hands still," Odom hand. They have very few tractors any kind of. soft drink they make in public uses bicycles or motorbikes.
and have little use for them with China. ,
says. very The streets are very wide so that the,
At the end of the visit to the class the fields very small," Odom says. He stated Coca Cola was available, bike riders can have plenty of room to Italian Restaurant!
We To Be Your
the teacher played the piano and the He added they turn the fields with a but the Americans had.to pay a dollar travel, according to Odom. He in- Want
youngsters sang two songs in English shovel. for the cokes. dicated there are very few motor-
for the American visitors. On the trip to Urumchl, which 5 At the banquets, tables were set to bikes.
i The group flew from Tampa to borders Afghanistan and Russia, accommodate eight people with at "They don't need gas because they FREE VEAl EWUUW D1HHER!
Chicago where they then hoarded Odom stated the group went to visit least two Chinese at each table. ,have plenty of busses and trains.
another flight to Tokyo Japan. cossacks where the people follow The dinners featured salads, 'Odom says, "The only ones who have Buy One Get One FREE
After their arrival In Tokyo, they herds of sheep and horses.. vegetables, mince meat and pottedmeats cars are government officials."
were met by U.S. Ambassador Mike Odom described the homes in this with beef cooked In different In Urumchi, Odom stated, after a With This Coupon Eat In Only
Mansfield, a former veteran United area as wigwam-tepees like the Indiana ways. Some of the meals featured welcoming banquet, the visitors were Offer Good thru
States Senator and they were given. a in this country used to live In. pork and lamb. They also had baked taken on a trip to the mountains and :
briefing on the Chin trip These homes are made out of hides of fish and other seafood Including octopus i visited a big lake area.During travels Oct. Pi, 1080. ....r &, ..

'11 '.y' ba'mpt-.4IIId, flew-, -+Animal skins l according to Odom.- and sharks. They aleajeatured- ,-*', in-Urumchi area, the Americans.r ._. ,..
\ After they arrived .in ChIna OdoroT ,soup made out of leaweada. > saw a big refinery along a bus route.'
FonnBurenu "They are in hopes of discovering C Rest e
I The Circus oil In that area," Odom says.' "
is Coming Main Industry in a commune in this
Meeting To Be held area they visited, was a dairy. The D
i commune produces everything they 301 S. Starke
i The annual membership meeting of Next Thursday Oct. 9 need Odom.to be self-sufficient,according to 964-6877
i the Bradford County Farm Bureau
will be held Saturday Oct. 4 at 6:30 ... ', Returning to Peking, the group "Mug Club" Members This Week-
visited a palace that was built during

' p.m.George Muggins, president says The Great American Circus, a big Boosters to help pay for the new Band the Ming Dynasty where they just All Subs /
the group has experienced a substantial under the Big Top Show, Is coming to Uniforms and to the BHS All Sports kept the building. Price
Starke next Club. The All Club all After that visit, the Americans left
membership gain during the past Thursday, Oct.:9, underthe Sports supports
year and now stands at a total of 900 sponsorship) of The Bradford sports of Bradford High School. The -
,I, families, the highest In its history. Chamber of Commerce. club provides Jackets for each athlete
"Membership gains have been The tents will be located at the lettering In any sport and also sponsors
specially encouraging during the Bradford County Fair Grounds. Performances an annual All Sports Banquet for
past four years that we have enjoyedour will be given at 5:30 and I our school athletes. f '
new county office building a Outstanding circus stars have been THE 1981
direct result of Improved services p.m.An advance sale eI circus tickets recruited for this year's tour of the
from a convenient location," Muggins now In progress' at the Chamber of circus. Among the stars will be the
Commerce, 201 S. Walnut St. Tickets Robert Lange family of agile BETTER IDEA FORDS ARE HERE
The popular Frampton Family will are f>.90 for children,93 SO for adulto. tumblers and trampoline performers -
provide music sterling at 6 p.m. and Tickets will also be sold at the Fair : Buck Nolan the world's ,
the main business of the meeting will Grounds the circus entrance.There tallest clown; Cha-Cha and her frolic-
be the election of directors for the new are NO reserved seats, all seats some K-9 Revue; Gary Henry with his TERWILLEGJISi! MOTORS
,...Present directors,whose names available on a first come basis. Price comedy pony and Texas Don Strong, AT
will again appear on the ballot, are: of the tickets Is for the show(one hour champion rope spinner and whip ,
BIll Alderman, Charles Baldree,Jim- and 30 minutes) but does not include cracker. Featured will be Miss ZoAnna -
ny Gaskins,George Grant,George T. entrance to the side show that will be famous Hollywood stunt woman WITH A PAIR OF BRAND-NEW CHOICES
HaCSlns, F.L. Watterson, J.R. Walnwright. available to the circus patrons at a performing feats of daring on swift-
A.B. Shltehead. Sr. and nominal charge.Is emphasised that paced horses, with both Roman-style ESPECIALLY DESIGNEDFOR
Robert Paterson. Other nominations all proceeds from the show tickets and trick riding.;
assy be made from the floor. will be turned over to our Band Other features include Capt. Joe
All member families are urged to Boosters and All Sports Club. Frisco and his performing elephants; THE FUEL-EFFICIENT 80's.GRANADA
attend and enjoy the suppper which Funds raised by the circus projectwill a dazzling aerial ballet high In the big .
will feature chicken and rice or pork be devoted to the BHS Band top, and the laugh provoking antics of
and rice. the circus clowns.

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one WM tnjuradJnatwwBilnlem "' !II ,.- ..........iIIe.tebaesletimsTi.apee tgnwt.rd as dossers is than tiaIII4.--istr+. Mae 60401a onsu Ie SI.IUUIID
wttn 1s.D damaa*iveordMl an KB'one was ottoredinatwocaaaeoaoant .I AM JOB, aaiBvar tomi..ae d.a pmeetd Mar...a s.....1beDDR.d1be lIJ1uaMI.IIiDfartbe! ematractHxi d anew
vs.1IIJl1It Call 8m ta Starac at B.-OS ".G. ZRda'ldge citedOReamtarf.fteritsiea 'W II soaTrmrr R0 !the !u.st year npnetad to j j.OB annotoue d.JIIftIIIIIt'hJIC1111a1t7 IhuUiuna at 'the (diaMcTa ;taeadraantm -
p.m. Tueadaji Sept.a.Polirc : ...irmass .................at the tamew ttrm --....H. MAW to tax: revere. MdbJDOR'lilltaG *.WUteSpring*.The figure
ntNlll'ttel a U"1eChPvPuIBt 15"M at brunt Std in Sallie at at a -mc1l ld Thursday Sont..SL Pew am-and I IIIIr T'A subaroma. 8nIIudaa! WMao Ar homestead ea-
sedan ........ Julian an:IBamtan.....Staadnt ,...._ at Qty Sail ai L&M G&i. anitfsetl a !rile pumd '1.'JIeDOa mttptim which may change ;if A
E D iSueM, Jtt.i JIaK jar Sttts'ia Drags Pea. -.III __ a V1I Fin.d This-action was Hasaa tIIIapIa Rte Mdoetad One Has no that seas .......--.iim Jf peered.--m Oct.?
were northbound m Vs.= apnroachinc Into FSP 0aarg.A.M iijMaaul. by rniiiiia'li Williams Suet sttly Awe. fI1lJII GIIIIItiIIII' has:rolls fI'-1II-d dad aced Rhein to teeth- 30oraan Mulled that after an the'In
rot' traluc ainnal Red took.2I.,1II111ew"' a they andwuitliawjlUng stave both pproMd and one aunty 11II.anotbar_ mite wane anpnwed !the 0 taawed'::
-.. a mld CohmmwlW=win"M *ymties.r.n.fd''aulaW..n"drl.mbyia.a1ef .- SUM !tad MO' ,! than
Street, when patrolcar wtttk aOnncrOBiicy :its tar pejsdtnd{ toy The Morgue agel.keed' :ttsd:bSItWI/fD/ : Rage may came more money
ttquipment onermthiB was -n.maed 1M Bradford drsmy 1MfhE.M7112JP +C3a.niwaMr StaIII!T7eep rimed--.e.. a raised $ a.18116mitC this' past *-. I ithey! Ja:the.budget that
alK northbound on US-JBl whim Shrill Dip rimed m hilleibsmtlmof north side by side andatHthetrafficlj0hlatthes !rennin fI1l trews roger hers antaided They tonne to( made an additional l _P..rs4 1Jumod.He elated
n sue uw the emergency abicle eatrmbad Sat.Sept X at H a..., I netime. !rum HirMaTTIlBi bargain| .limn inn innunwj _,11IIII. He rtnrtlranan1 I the abler e.. !the money muaiveA in excess lights and heard the aura and polled JICSD nrrme+uit show....> Brew nwasarreeedandctmrgadwtbt BafcwthaBti < fry State Lsw. may laa arnkeadowoJoBto 1_.-Jar B2JOO would he placed :in a uvinfiiaeount .
over to the left into the path of a U71 / ANA ill *WTAftll WltJB. Don JaoriiNt, eenmdivegild < iiwiur, :tile time atarttamets sad isms :te and would *e applied 1ain
Freight Turner pulling a IRS Utility tntraducuan 'Of ''Contraband manjuans. JllDdIatIaaa wun iasort by youaa.. the board oumbeni tile a1 Mrcant 'ntnr'-TiimH IfrrTRPi BJIlaDllaJI'1I.tIIe ,"" metem.ary Cuts the budget sent
Trotter driven hy Samuel W.Badgett. into Florida Stan Praam.The honoree was a mpiled by'taking : .tnfi- -con---.plating, ]I8E.
41. of Xtotaon North Carolhw. arrest was made .J1.t. tuna A.Jsnore an average of the U>IDIIIIt.m the
Patrolman M'JC. Mclntire cited was was called: by pram authorttwatogntnfSP. :Son Fen Into Lap idatrint including BnuBord mat Union - ..
DeSue for .driving -white ,Unman L 4y"s Car Hits Tree Cnuntaa In Bradford County Jedpew I
AUBponditd. Brown was arralgnofl before Bradford ore mill was worth "'.**,andwill
County Judge Etoe So Sanders Rfaa iami.awaBrwa nBfiinao eosraocldent he
worth 1151 i751s an.:On Union <
who imkuetl him Tnlnsmul from' the < with oa''Bae artunsdat : last, mill was worth /'tl
araAilard-CfHincgr Jail in Suite OB a UB Chlaw hoed :in Stars at ":4& stunt and! willow worth M7MN Jnam. i iI
Vehicle Attacks Sl.OSOrwjognnHuieetooiuL ;9Jn.FrHtB5.Aapt.Jk.OmntlataadBB: .
Fence Police awaot d. show a m. .1 mills last your. raised Hperyearnn I
Attorney's +
apese-s1&1&arbara Ufujifluty.a-. set m.... Magic
S7M damage was recorded in a one atdtae Brown of Sterile was pulling and 'the new millIIp a CKMsaad to
vehicle mishap with no one Injurad OB leerw.bicla.oalieId *'onto the mac M.Ti peryour per taxable value.
Water Street at SB-iao :in -Stark Truck Backs grass,when her aonlaB an her ten, Bradford County's tax roll at holed ,i
'Wednesday.: Sept:Mat'7IIII.m. Into CoHisuvnttBD and caned Brown to step'on the gasandatoia.s at B parent Jncrease over bat year
Police report ohms 1816 Prniuae strike a trwa.: try ,.m Morgan presented to the needleI
sedan nporated by Freda Clark Etrad damage was rieewiba1 ilia car Wine Lard by police.CroQaers adn, omnher hoard. Drape Ap- c.
Z Rt. 1.Bra 82, Starta.travelled onto pickup truck mMrtHiTf with no tee mjuradatthe PTSSMT-Jimmy aJvnrc has sent a"Ladull
the aidnwalk and truck a tease Inlmssi IIIBI of CR-ltand! Arrested *the DOE with a OB percent nnBnion I
OWMKI! by Attorney J.J. W olheTt. Clark Street at ::1:. pjn. FruJaji, On Burglary Coast ITS
Lt. Demon Devne cited Eirmt for S6.
County is tatted at a 86 poroent -
careless driving and leaving the roe i recto_ show a IBM Ford Two lake Butler ornthan ware ar- < Jncrease. property ..AppraiserWUford
scene of an accidem. -pickup truck iiianalart by Jens mead by the Union County Shei>TsZpviaeamt One ant a 21 percent imcraase SIXTH ANNUAL
Fradenck Strohte. C. of Sane was a a etIup,a burglary < to Tallahassee.
lacmg west an ids Just went of d a strssctar-wtd the nsa token IIID Craft told HUB paper that pro-
CORRECTION! Clark Street ni the loft turn ice...- 'r te-tbMmd".iie4et a..n:5)UB..DIpuIySbmiff .,...started when audlton:imam the NEEDLEWORK SHOW
Thus! paper was given the wrong information beg with the ell Mon-'of ann her wi..... ; an.- DaB: ranee to Lake Butler bandit the I '
on a pros retaaar of an decedent When a 1B77 .P'IInfan driven toy Dom.ld llllft _ad -> :D- 2InI J'IIll. staled the auditors did not 'l1 OCTOBER 9-10-11 1980
that OCC&II'I"8dlundl '. *ug 31 Pawl Casun Stone.3?. of Starts pull- wardaUlk ana chanjenf bangles 'of .agiec on the agricultural section of lot
and the wrong report appeared| | In the ad up behind Stmbkrl vehicle and! a strtclmr.lhrbrgnar.tae Btatan the roll.Thryaaumwdti. 1II1.J1IfI
Sent 4 edition with that information stopped Stable put ha pickup truck on Wast Main Straat. in.lake Butior. andpPIIIIIctJve SPI'I" EVERYONE IS INVITED I
furnished by the lacal highway patrol m iinuiat and lei kid tato Stone's land would go op Thefib Ion
office car. The tailgate of Stables pickup dollar amOlllll pr acts,'" Croft
't'wIlJllOllle were hospttalnMl as the truck struck Stone's! car in the grill l amyl. g Bring your entry by Saturday
2 la 5
result! of injuries sustained m a ear Mo citations; wore issued by police. *tcy 5ais Up for taqtlamedthetBKnillWBKBUb- .
aiatiar wagon mishap five miles weal omitted on August first of tins yew and : 'esdity October 4th 2:00 p.m.

of Starfc on CIW6t NW Cnth Grabs In Bee. 2 Vote :the DOB has been sitting on Lit aver :;;.;.---
Avenue at':*a Jn Sunday,.Aug :XI. Autos CoQide anode Prizes awarded In Knitting Crochet; Crewel

The corrected highway patrol On OM Lcwtcy Rd.S3JK tto one DUE nualffieit InrtwoLawtey" "Moat ,ioT the ruralcounties haveiiiuliteua.
report dialed a i ice Fort) strum City CammiBBinn aaata as the twowaek agricultural waiuea," .Needlepoint, ,Counted :Thread. Latch Hook
wagon operated tay laurol Lae Piggntt. rtnmagr was jaimiaul, totvremi a ''Croft: Baya.Alvarar.
qualifying prod opened Tass-
S. RL 1. Boa 1HH. Starts was mathapwithnoonenthiredoTOld _Sept 3D.at noon and i the appuoa-: when contacted Inn week Embroidery... all phases of needlework.
eastimund on CB-16 and! a Man Dodoe lawtey Road \00 tulle north of lass will he taken until Lemon Tuea- :stated he ''baa heart :nothing further
sedan driven by Ian Jean alcDoweu, Conner Road Bi Starae at 8:. p.m. JromlheXtaR. Enter
day. Oct. 14. : your,favorite pieces of needlework. (If piece has
IB of liaifort) was westhound an Saturday.Sept.37. Seats up for elects this year are Marsmi staff Jefferson County i

CBuu onto to sleep the north and! ran ahoulder off the1'DBdwao' sedan Police operated reennk.by show Annie a 1BW K.Williams.IB. Cbryslar. those of and city BJC.'_Shortly-'''-)Pnest.' Wayneatasaegr :bad tier and:mil their isned jaiipsity at a 17 percent appraiser jntuease been entered previously In our show, it is not eligible).

travelling 219 feet striking a euhfort. of Mudd) aria was travailing submitted live I
Theme who wnsh to cover the Des a percent:increase.! Be ,
After striking the culvert the north an Old Lawiey :Road and!a 1ST qualify with City Clark XaiciUefihufart Indicated the DOE approved the B 1517 Bessem Road Starke, Florida 964-63OO
McDowell car swerved hack on the Dodge sedan driven by Ida Brew at the city 1Ia11 m WW1I7.Jabs. !\ aeremntacreaBe.Alartiua .
highway DUO the eastbound tare, mgum Griffm. M. of Starke was .SiudIIrd stated refiaarmtton' for County Property .Ap-
where Pujgott's: vehicle truck travelling mouth on the same road the Tuesday.INK. :.annual I Btactmn
McDowell car m the Tight Bide. way. Griffm then drove to the left of will dose Friday. DeL 31. at E pjn.PonnoK .
Records show Piggott wa center of the highway striking : wadune to regattar may on soatthesuparvator
hiwpttalizeil at Sham Teaching Williamscar m the left side. of registration offICe
Hospital m Gainesville and bat Dice Iw citations were mated by police.ar at the Bradford County Courthouse In
been released. McDowell wash1ued Starke.
at Alachua General .- _. .. w wen OUT 1t ar t egeasozi is time
viIlr and hat unceheiui'rtleiiaed. w a
S :a:tai7Y, uir nk. uwY

Both this paper and the Florida '.. .-......,'........................_..-......-... ........ ........ ... ...... r
Highway Patrol regret the error m / 11WPGYWSILvvlOlLl

the report.Driver. .:...........:. 4n
:'.... .;
Falls Asleep :'

Hits Parked TruckTwo ;

people sustained minor injuries : .:
in tractor-trailar-pickup : .:
truck accident with KJBtn) damage! to :I :
the vehicles involved on IS-Jul North ,: .
led) feet smith of Andrews Street m : .:'
Sutrke. at 3:51: a.m Thursday. Sept.

25Police records: shim a 1919 CMC .? ,
pickup truck operated by lorene
Jones Orr 4B. of Hade City was I W b j/> !
travelling south on US-JOl when Orr IV A- C2.2. 3.:81 4 ;;ail

fell asleep and struck a 1ST3 Peter- r r Thursday F.riday Saturday bra
built tractor pullmg a I97B Fruehauf big
trailer owned by Wayne, E.F.Iwr.211. a
nf Riverview which was legally parked .
.freshen Fall wardrobe.
up your tut
Records how MIl Orr and Carl Edward : .': ,sod
Orr 35. of Hade City were
treated m the emergency nom at ) 1 <

and Bradford released County attar Hospital treatment m Stark 1 ;o "- TOP $5 to $13

Patrolman Richard A. Bennett : .. ::: ritual
cited Ms Orr for carets driving.C 1 lord
NDk s m"'33.t><7 rite tit
j 1 cis
11..z1tue1tiose 4 as
lance of Lane :4 .5pecoI Mxxt &. Leads to Wreck :3 Exares woo\ Cr Mir : nuts
::3 DoL.Ole-fmOJe 88 :: :long ,& 5.oct; Sleeves ruttf
NI one was injured m a two-wehickr .:. .::: 1t
: F PomJIs ',
: .
accident with S7SD damaoe-done to theVetttehs ::
involved a: mile cast of : estlO ONLY ::

Stame on CR-16 at 5 p.m. Pnd Y. ::: Our:> ::*eoefcproune wa i t>e!>used :::
Sent. 36FlandB :: ONJonRAMAS C"' >ortrart <:J > i iccmcns ::: THE PALI AND WINTER FASHION RAGE !
Highway Patrol lauuiiaishow + ::'i : mU Be! oraraMe-v:)or wwtcttonof :::
a ant font sedan operated tw -:1: tan'iL m' William A Ricax.XI. ofRi.1.Bra... ::: CIIIIpItIDn: oe4 Der 1fItInO Otee'cv 4MAG4C'DDrnt7 ::: All Velvet &
; Daer Cusnlniaa hoc rnt rllu mQ
5t1r.1le..nd a 1MB CMC pickup truck :::
driven tw James B Rowell.*. of Htfioxoa .:', occoBoncMvcnnnpeISHOP keniemner cnIJren :.: a
is: f1wrze-017 Ina.'a9t7: Dr': DDnirer: ';
> Starke were travelling 2 0 Ono
on CB-16 with an unknown vehicle : JEANS
.I I
between theae two vcttietas Rub; ".
: '
was the uiamnwu dad :
paasmg ear was I.FOB'
'' .'.
attempting to put Rowell, when .:;' ... : ; I :
Howell drove to the left of the center : i uas I the-in-colors.
law of the roadway and onto the nor 1 V OvV 27J
inside shad Irr and struck: Harks car
m the Tight sole she. was attempting i THESE BAYS ONLY
to avoid an aCCt nS t
Trooper K.G Etheridge cited
drums Hnwell lee improper change of keel or I FA. Sat. San. :

.eLln.r.I One Rack

3 4 5
Man. Injured r j jIaiIJ '

In Out Of Control Car
PANTS $5 to$13
mmnasstaitamrdmaaar One terser was hospitalised vilnchaeeident wttti- : ID III-I PMS"1f

with SIJMO damage>draw to the
vehicle involved J of a mite aauth ofSurrtte : UI.-SPII .>, W4X.M
on vs.aut 730 p.m. Sat.

Sept.27. Our:sole !pants tire the :perfect woy:to :stretch your fasTxon dollar.raiped .
lands? Highway Patrol records : South Walnut Street
&t\Jwi. IT"nnrmiliirT ariani operated
h>John CatowtU Calhsan.S.,afRt.3,
3tadce.Flar. j
was travalung womb US-JD1.: wan out of control on a wet : a y taint tstni BM.fmm. -.a' >. _
pavement during heavy! ranaHana rs
and stntitnfl off!.>..aa is IIMIIII sain Ihi ; .. .......:...= Shop Eli wiiiw_ Oat tea Sleds Zaire wwwv..a.,Roo eD
west side shnuMer and struck: the wd ..-.'_.,....: 5t0
Of a culvert WIG _t.-d. e Bradford Square StarkeI F-10"t *how"

B-.aana-Cabana was rated to '.'."...",-.'.'.,..-.......-....'.',.....,.,-.._.v.--.......'................. '.',','



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October I. I" Page 5D

Ranch Fla. Sheriffs Celebrates Boys Chairmen Republican Announced Campaign Oct. 8 Executions Stayed by State Supreme Court

23rd Florida AnniversaryThe Sheriffs Boys Ranch Chairman''LJB. "Tommy"of the Ronald Thomas!, eagan-State Charged with Not Notifying Defense of ReportsTwo

will celebrate the Brd anniversary of George Bush presidential campaignhas

1U founding over the weekend.of Oct. appointed Harry "Skip" Cooney Florida State Prison Death
3.*. and 5. A full weekend activities Janet Starling, and Carlos) Johnson Row Inmates received Attorneys claim that this procedure Court ruling in Gardner v. Florida Marvin E. Frankel of New York, a
l baa a-: Planned,and the public ta In- Bradford County co-chairmen of the stays. from of execution the violated the Inmates' Constitutionalright that it would be a violation of due pro- former federal Judge,heads the team
vited.RlcUnt. campaign. Florida Supremeurt to to be confronted by the Information cess rights to Impose the death of defense attorneys
club from North Florida Cooney, a farmer, Is a member of motion In response foesseeking against them and the opportunity sentence on the basis of confidential I
a by capital punishment
and other areas have been invited to the Republican Executive Committee. reversal of sentencing 122 to respond to that Information. Information which was not disclosed
in Mrs Starling also a member of cited to the defendant or his counsel.
participate a competition which of Florida's 148 Death Row inmates. They a 1077 U.S. Supreme Florida TheatreStarke
will the Executive Committeeand
run almost continuously
Carl Ray Songer SO, and Len on
real estate broker. Johnson Is a
throughout the a
day on both Saturday
Margrave, 25, had been scheduled to
and Sunday.More than MO hones and well-known Democrat and local 964-5451
die Wednesday. Oct. 8, In Florida'selectric
riders, Including the Boys Ranch businessman.In chair at FSP. Songer killed a t Come out and meet Robert

"Riding Ranchers." are expected to his appointment Thomas said state trooper In Citrus County and j .,... and Chuck Von. They we Fit, Sat. & Run.
sign up for this competition. "We are putting together a top notch II
kilted convenience store Front Brakeova
A warm-up event in the riding team of leaders that will bring about a clerk Hargrave In Dade County. ||I profeoetofmlo on American a
arena Is scheduled to begin at 7 P.M.: Reagan victory in Florida and I am Defense attorneys charged the Foreign oar repeaTS. Waif Disneynerra.r
Friday evening. The following mornIng happy to have Skip Janet and Carlos State Supreme Court JusUces"tainted" THB

at .:30 a.m.: Suwannee County heading"the campaign In Bradford the sentences of ten 122 In- Tuns LABor :lrLZOBT
Sheriff Robert Leonard, riding as County. mates by using confidential Information UpSpecial CIPW2MCRAhZ'tlit
Grand Marshal will lead a colorful to review cases without notifying -stab ARK
"Grand Entryl procession into the defense lawyers. Able n. .or Pee _
nets y tilers vM.AernMmo. 00.
arena to open the official riding com the Inmates no t o9twM* *>.
Attorneys representing (' *IMsoMe rjrg
petition. asked the seven Supreme Court 0...:..,,:. .err. NOO's. 0.61 .4BLI ....... 21" -- TECHNICOLOR* Ufl-
Also on Saturday from noon until 1P.M. Free Sample Justices If they should deny the 8O. ttt L On"
i rr r .......
there will be a Suwsnnee River allegations to remove themselvesfrom :,: s c: CCL..ISttl R as *
flah fry open to the public. Boys Of Aerobic Dance the case, and appoint a special :.: CyL ........MM plus
Ranch buildings including the boys' Offered TuesdayAn master to hear evidence: and rule on ........
cottages, will be open for visiting the Issue. FnN IW RlrSsstsst Moat OareS 101 Dalmatians
from 1:00: to 4:00 p.m. aerobics dance class taught by "Essentially we've caught the State ..Star. 24" Men Oral ?
Mrs. Carol Stevenson is uwstrokeSTARKE
An outdoor worship service will be now being Supreme Court cheating" Scharlette LJnM Truck.
held la the arena at 8 a.m. Sunday taught with a free sample class offered Holdman of the Florida Clear-
morning. This will be followed at 10 next Tuesday Oct. 7. .
inghouse on Criminal Justice FtRtab3TO E
a.m. by dedication ceremonies the Classes will be taught from..5 pm filed In the cases charge says.Briefs the 301 Drive In

Boys Ranch newest residence facility Tuesday and Thursday In the capital sentencing in Florida U.8 aot NL stern. ....
process .. ... .
Fellowship Hall of the First United .e..0Coconut Fri. Sat.
for boys, Hauer Cottage the construc- has been distorted from the form In Sun. a Mon.
tion of which was made possible by a Methodist Church in Starke. which it was approved by the
large bequest from the estate of the In Just eight weeks, your worriescan Supreme Court of the United States, I IF YOU LOVED
late Harry M. Hauer of Miami Shores turn Into "dreams" through easy- and has become tainted at its highest TMWN OF THE DCATVVtXLL
Florida. Boys Ranch Alumnus, to-learn dances choreographed to and most Important judicial level.
Leonard Russek, currently of Tampa, your favorite popular songs Mrs. Samueal S. Jacobson of Jacksonville -
will deliver the dedicatory address.: Stevenson says. one of the defense lawyers senta
The Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch a Aerobic dancing Is a blend of danc-
letter to Gov. Bob Graham urging
project of the Florida Sheriffs Youth and Jogging which: Incorporatesall 01
him not to sign any more death warrants plot"\ b.
Fund Is a residential group child care essentials of a complete until after the case is resolved.
facility for dependent, neglected or physical fitness program in one land', Other charges filed by the attorneys of 9ge
homeless It Is located hlgb- plrlted sport. Each "DreamB'cla51
boys. on county for the Inmates involve a claim that Fancy .
Road 795, approximately nine miles will include a warm-up routine justices violated the Inmates' rights Doz. plus
north of >Live Oak. Florida (halfway choreographed sit-ups, eight aerobic by obtaining such Information aspresentence

Sheriffs between). Founded Tallahassee Association by and In the 1957 Jacksonville Florida the dances For information and a cool-down phone dance.9648073..If evaluations psychological reports psychiatric screening tlir a r um 'tars V ](LJ! ( House of CraziesRated

Ranch has helped more than 800 without reports and notifying prison defendants or 138 E. Call St. Starke's Own Bakery : R

youngsters since that time.It is one of lawyers.
three residential group child care programs
operated by the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Fund. The others are
the Florida Sheriffs Girls Villa near
Bartow and the Florida Sheriffs

Youth Ranch near Clearwater. T.

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I The FSP Story : As Seen ]by Panel of Correction Experts ; ;' !


Circuit Court Judge R.A.Bui.y) Green. Jr. on Tuesday Sept. IS. releasedthe movement within their assigned wing, and are routinely permitted off-wing activities The officers work In an environment of tension, anxiety and fear. They are !
complete report ot the panel of correctional expert he appointed last monthto In the Gymnasium T.V. room. Library etc., when not engaged inassigned subjected to frequent abuse and assaults as found In the many Incident reportsof
study problem at Florida State Prison. duties. Outside recreation Is authorized on an erratic schedule. In the the past three years. Verbal abuse and threats are common.The officers and i q
SUrke Attorney Shoo A. Saxon who filed the original lull last May while a confinement areas, meals are delivered to the cells and regulations require supervisors are consequently preoccupied with maintaining control and self 1
member ol the local public defender's staff Issued a statement to this paper on movement be under direct supervision. One group of approximately 60 Inmats, protection. Many staff and Inmates believe that a total lock-down of the Institution -
"e report. in confinement at their request, work In the garment factory on the night shift. Is the only means of controlling violence. However,a review of the incident I
"The report Is an accurate reflection of the situation at FSP by the panel of On "Q" wing, inmate labor la assigned from the pulation areas. In the remainder reports Indicate this is a dubious protection since many attacks actually occur
correctional experts who made recommendations on a short basis and a of the confinement areas,inmates selected from the wing perform this In confinement. Training ,
longterm basis." Saxon laYI. function. Generally. Inmates from population are forbidden access to this confinement
"The recommendations should be carried out despite the attempt of the areas. Exceptions are those assigned to canteen services, food ser- With the high staff turnover anfl chronic vacancies the need to man at least (
Department of Corrections to appeal to higher courts In the case." Saxon says. vices and maintenance. the absolutely essential posts; takes precedent over staff training. Records ,
"1&Is an effort to frustrate the constructive change and would be tragic and con-, Homosexual.ctlvlty Is prevalent throughout the Institution. It was Identifiedby reflect 33 of the officers wvdufy have not had basic 40 hour orientation. Fifty of- I I
to the beliefs of good faith effort of the panel to try to remedy the sltua- all staff levels and most inmates as the single highest cause of violence In the fliers haMe-not received the basic minimum standards training. Employees, ,
dreary: prison. It was reported to us that most homocldes and aggravated batteries occurred therefore, must learn the job and demonstrate successful' : performance before ,
Here i. the complete tell of the report to the Circuit Court: : In fights between two or more Inmates over homosexual or submissive they are trained. Supervision [ I

On the 28th of August 1960,Judge Green did charge the Advisory alternative Commissionto person. These triangle situations appear to be commonplace yet little evidencewas Officers: have limited contact with senior staff and administration seemingly t
"explore. investigate, define evaluate and recommend approaches present in the incident reports from the court records made available to the
their and from fellow Inmates their
result drawing philosophy policies officers. |
State Prison which ,
for the solution of problems at Commission, to Indicate that much official effort was made to suppress the ac- Immediate i
supervisors. i
constitutional deficiencies ore entlv in existence there. tivity. Although most Inmates alluded to homosexual assault as an ever present
We were further ordered to "define problem areas which are direct or Indirect records In Many officers expressed doubts that they were doing their job right. Few I
threat, Indicate only three substantiated cases were reported 1980.
undertook the Initiative in security checks, shakedowns, observing or inter-
of violence the result of violence perpetrated by or ,i
: causes or upon persons Based on Information received by mail and Interviews with Inmates, the Com
The Inmates officers '
viewing Inmates. particularly newer ones,
at Florida State Prison at Starke. mission Is of the opinion that these assaults do occur with are not minor
In order to carry out our responsibilities as outlined by the Court we held reported by the victim. Victims are reluctant to report these Incidents becauseof were more Interested In reporting infractions than In dealing with more :

hearings at Florida State Prison Thursday. August 28, Friday, August 29 Mon- the perceived inability of staff to provide protection and their fears of being serious matters. small
element is cadre of and
The one positive a experienced dedicated con-
and 2 in the afternoon. held both
day, September 1 Tuesday, September ,
branded admitted that
a homosexual or an informant. Several inmates they
cerned staff that make individual and uncoordinated efforts to coach and guide
closed with Corrections administrators Dave
and Department
open hearings maintained one to one homosexual relationship without concern for official
Brierton and Ramon Gray. We also held open and closed hearings with Florida the new officers. These same people apparently provide crisis counseling and I
reprisal. help inmates in adjusting to the Institution. How long they can: and will do this Is .
State Prison administrators Including Superintendent Strickland, Associate
The inmates be Into four
at Florida State Prison can separated major groups
problemmatic. The present efforts are sporadic and are not systematic. Problems
Superintendents Watson and Dugger Chief of Security Col. Barton and others and
a number of sub-groups.:
Friday,Monday and Tuesday afternoon. Closed hearings were held with 21 staff 1. Death Row are Increasing with a steadily increasing number of Inexperienced of- :I Iflcen.
and S3 inmates in individual sessions and group sessions. The staff were Classification and Transfer
selected randomly so as to provide a representative sample and was 10 percentof 2. Mentally III Examination' a role of a maximum security prison suggests a program I
the staff. The inmates were selected randomly from the master roster and 3. Aggressive/Assaultive design to accommodate the most difficult to manage Inmate the inmate with I .
some inmates were sampled from the over 90 letters we received from inmates 4. Passive or nonassaultiveDeath sentence of death, the Inmate with a lengthy sentence the aggressive Inmate I
concerning our investigation. The Inmates sampled and Interviewed Row. The 146 Inmates on death row have negligible contact with the the escape prone Inmate, in short the Inmate who is difficult to handle in a more
represented 3 percent of the population. general population of the prison. They are'afforded special privileges such as typical prison population. The role of Florida State Prison then is to protect i 1
The Commission did find Florida State Prison to be an Institution that can be individual televisions and regular outdoor recreation. This group does not society by containment of these Inmates and to prepare the Inmate for transfer
characterized as extremely violent. In Interviews with the many respondentsl significantly contribute to the violence that Is the subject of this investigation. to less secure Institutions. The role of a 1 less secure institution, besides contain- I
in reading the letters from the inmates, and reviewing the many, Mentally III. The overtly psychotic are housed on the first floor of "S" wing ment Is to prepare an Inmate for his return to society hopefully in a productive
incident reports we found assaults, rapes, robberies shootings and stabbingsto under extremely harsh conditions.: Many other Inmates in both population and constructive role. Based on this premise the maximum security prison should
be commonplace even in high confinement. lock-down areas of the prison. confinement suffer from mental Illness. The number of these was estimated by reward and encourage non-violent behaviors, encourage positive behavior patterns -
Inmates responsible for distributing canteen items must beware of armed rob- v.rlous.tall to range from 50 to 200. between Inmates and between inmates and staff. Once a person has
bery from inmates in confined, locked-down, status within a maximum security Aggressive and Assaultive. The aggressive/assaultive group Incorporates a demonstrated the ability to get along In population and handle the responsibilityof
prison. We, therefore must agree with this court that conditions at Florida wide range of management problems.The most disruptive held in"Q"wing freedom of movement within the Institution,he should be transferred to a less
State Prison do require comprehensive and major change in both immediateand and other confinement cells In administrative confinement. Some are in secure Institution to begin his progress toward community release.
long term action.Overview disciplinary status or under close management. The remainder are housed in This process and this role of a maximum security institution does not seem to
of Florida State PrisonThe population wings. Members of this group are not only perpetrators of assaults, be working nor Is it in practice at Florida State Prison. Based on Informationfrom
Florida State Prison, Starke, Florida, is the unit In the Florida Depart- but are often victims. This fact is invariably demonstrated in the "triangle staff and inmates, the contingencies for transfer are ambiguous and
ment of Corrections assigned the specific responsibility to securely house and lituatlons discussed above. seemingly nonexistent. According to data received from the administration, 204
manage the" most difficult and dangerous prisoners In the total system including Passive or:non-assaultive. Passive or non-aggressive people are often In con Inmates were released directly from Florida State Prison from July l, 1979 to
all those under the sentence of death. The prison can only be evaluatedas finement cells at their own request. On August 29th, this was the case for 160 June 30, 1980. These 204 releases Include mandatory conditional releases, ex-
a critical unit of a total system not as an Independent facility. men who perceived that this was the only way to assure their safety. Others In piration of sentences, court ordered release and parole release. Parolees
The total population of Florida's correctional institutions is similar to those of this group are in population some with expressed concern for their wellbeingand numbered 146. A direct release from maximum security confinement
any large correctional system In the United States. Inmate populations are some with few stated problems. represents a breakdown In the system. I
composed of varying behavioral types ages, levels of maturity, intelligence, Personnel Operations' Further, inmates and staff report a significant number of inmates who do not
educational achievement and vocational skills. While some are dangerously need to be housed in maximum security.Those estimates range from 25 percent a
aggressive, most are not. There are 406 staff positions allocated to operate the main prison and "0" to 60 percent. The classification staff who are responsible for making these
In short as in normal society, groups of prisoners are not homogeneous and unit. Security positions number 226 of the total; fourteen are presently unfilled. recommendations estimated that one-third of the population were ready for
the challenge they present to correctional management are many and diverse. Many of the Correction Officer I personnel have been employed less than one transfer to less secure institutions. In response to the questions of barriers to
The same lack of homogeniety is true of the aggressive and dangerous population year, 50 have not attended the Correctional Training Institute and 33 have not transfer, the Commission was informed that 50 percent of transfer recommen-
found in maximum security institutions. Some are overt and verbal. Some received the 40 hour orientation training. Several of the employees Interviewed dations were denied by the Department of Corrections and 50 percent of the ap-
are withdrawn and uncommunicative. Some are designing and even dangerouswhen Indicated they would quit when other jobs became available. Even long-term proved transfer recommendations were modified to more secure Institutionsthan
a suitable opportunity arises. Some are subject only to occasional severe employees expressed dissatisfaction with working conditions in the prison. recommended. In discussing this Issue with the Department of Correc-
outbursts of temper.Significantly From January 1980 through August 28th 184 personnel have been hired, 146 tions' staff the turn down rate of 50 percent and the change of designated Institutions -
most are subject to change through maturation, additional have terminated and 43 have transferred to other assignments the Depart was questioned. Examination of the transfer data for January 1, 1980
education, training, therapy, contact with other more stable personalities. ment of Corrections. It is assumed that the major souce or attrition was from through June 30, 1980 indicates 113 inmates were recommended for transfer,of
Change<.loes frequently occur. A prime mission of any maximum security In- the ranks of Correction Officer positions.A which 92 ((81 percent) were approved by the Department of Corrections. Similar
stitution is to provide the opportunities for change through skilled staff, programs Correctional Officer I Is normally assigned to each potion wing but .examination of calendar year 1979 Indicated 249 transfer recommendationswith
and activities which support change.The manpower shortages often dictate that one officer be 78 percent being approved by the Department of Corrections. During
objectives of a maximum security; institution, therefore, must include This occurs routinely and predictably at meal times. This virtually prohibitsTwo calendar year 1979, of the 194 approved transfers,55 transfer recommendationswere
high levels In maintaining security, developing programs patrol arereassigned. Most assaults occur at meal times. modified. All modifications Involved changing the recommended Ins tu...., .
designed to provide opportunities for change and competency in evaluating In- officers to supervise each confinement wing. Theworking tlon to Union Correctional Institution. Thus, in 1979 the Department of Correc-
dividual cases for transfer to other Institutions In the system.The high security. post Is in the cellblock with main corridor door locked front both sideaJWhan ? tions by their own data disapproved modified ,-percent oft all-tr'ansfer'1' '
Institution must be specialized to meet those goals. Usually, IE Is not an Institu- Incidents occur: these officers must dial a telephone to call for assistance.. This t recommendations made by the Florida State Prison classlftcatldii team..,lj'o' :,"
tion whose mission is to prepare Inmates for return to society. Rather it is aspecl.llzed may result in a delayed response to a critical situation. This high denial rate contributes to the feeling of helplessness of Inmates at- "a
Institution whose goal is to maintain control over difficult peopleand It was reported to the Commission that Inmates were subject to physical tempting to understand what they must do to earn a transfer and frustrates the
prepare them for return to other Institutions within the system for the more assaults by staff members. Evidence was presented that these assaults had classification staff attempting to work with inmates showing potential and pro-
normal functions of control, training and release preparation. been commonplace along with charges that administration did not dissuade, mise. Examination of the transfers to other Institutions compiled by the Florida I
As the Commission approached its task assigned by the Court It recognizedthat and perhaps encouraged this activity. However, current efforts to curtail acts State Prison staff reveals that 619 Inmates were transferred from July 1, 1979
of employees that could be construed as excessive use of force seem to have through June 30, 1980. However, of these transfers 356 ((57 percent) were to the
-the role of the Florida State Prison in the total Department of Corrections was been successful. Florida State Prison "0" un..JKlI67. ((27 percent) were to Union Correctional
extremely difficult and critical to the Department a total missionto ; More of the problem lies in the management of the ever present conflict bet- Institution. A total of 523 inmates (84 percent) were transferred to another maxImum -
achieve its mission the prison indispensibly requires a competent experienced ween staff and inmates. In handling verbal abuse and non-cooperation staff security unit or to the farm unit under the Florida State Prison ad-
and highly trained staff; may inadvertently provoke the inmate, creating a need to subdue him. The ministration. As transfers between the "O" unit and the main unit are routine
-the mission of the institution in relation to other institutions within the system mates.need for use of force may then result In avoidable Injuries to both staff and in- and may not reflect a transfer In the normal sense, we must conclude that bet-

must be clearly understood and Implementedthe : .ContrabandIt ween July 1, 1979 and June 30, 1980 only 96 inmates (16 percent) were clearly
closest coordination communication and mutual transferred medium minimum institutions to mental hospitals.
understanding.of the en- to or security or .
was reported by several and Inmates
employees that some personnel traffic -
tire staff Is the sine non of success in Its mission.
qua and Alternative Recommendations
In contraband, particularly) marijuana and "pll1s". It was indicated that the Findings
With these understandings of the mission and characteristics of a maximum administration does not tolerate such activities and swiftly metes out Summary tr ..
security system the Commission began its studies and Interviews. Six major disciplinary action when discovered. Materials to manufacture
constellations of observations relating to violence in the prison have emergedand usually obtained by Inmates assigned to maintenance details. The weapons are Finding 1 .ql '"" .,,1.
will be further explored and amplified in this report. materials are distributed throughout the facility by inmates on outside weapons work Given the characteristics of the inmate population and the Made &t@I I,. ''..,,.,
1. The personnel crisis at Florida State Penitentiary has reached near details "housemen" or "runarounds". The outside cleanup crew reportedly number and poorly trained staff, the present inmate population Is. far: too laf\\t';\\ a' A ,,

catastrophic proportions. delivers contraband via a"fish-line" dropped through a broken screen by an Inmate for successful management and control. ,5._,? tot\
Management has been forced to recruit young inexperienced, untrained per -who has freedom of movement in the confinement wings. A blade attached Immediate Response :l1
sonnel as young as 18 19. These newly recruited correctional officers are to a broom handle was recently used to kill another man by an Inmate lockedup Given the severe and explosive situation at Florida State Prison, ImmeaiaTe\; : fill

assigned to supervise sophisticated inmates usually In cell houses. Typically in a cell on "Q" wing. Most inmates and staff members acknowledge that action to remedy the problem on a short-term basis lies in either significantly,. ,!ib) ,
they receive no training until months later, are not issued uniforms for the first weapons are readily available throughout the institution. Alcohol,-brewed from reducing the present inmate population or providing fully adequate stafr (a'
30 days.Tenure Is short resignations are frequent within days or weeks after sugar and yeast stolen from the kitchen, seem to be readily available In many supervise and control the institution by transfer of experienced staff from eJ.IW'A 9lir

appointment.The locations in the prison. All contraband articles, including and canteen Institutions within the Department. ;
money rfl bni<'
prison does have a cadre of correctional officers who are experienced, coupons, are traded among the population. It is also the subject of robberies, The Commission therefore recommends to the Court that the } ah'ml' I
competent and highly dedicated. While they are in the minority much less than thefts and protection payoffs. A fatalistic attitude was openly expressed by reduced forthwith to a manageable level (set at 750) and the poPUllll1a y atib'.',
half of the total officer force- they are responsible for what semblance of
con- many staff members that contraband cannot be controlled.The at that level until the Department of Corrections can not/1'
trol commitment and order public that exists service.and deserve the high acclaim for. their devotion and majority of inmates Interviewed stated that trafficking\ 'In contrabandwas the staffing capability to adequately supervise a larger population.

necessary to obtain tobacco products, coffee or other merchandise Finding 2
2. The staff and 'I tulnoiniii'>>
most Inmates exhibit
prison unbelievably low morale and virtual
hopelessness. available!! from the canteen. It was reported that this activity proliferated when The quality of staff at Florida State Prison is incredibly poor, characterized
die State
The most frequent comments we heard from staff and Inmates alike was: discontinued giving tobacco to Inmates. by Inexperience, lack of training, and lack of motivation. This Is compoumtedl sit'
'This institution Is the end of the rea.\JI'\ That statement and its underlying Trafficking In contraband and canteen items Is a way of life in the Institution. by chronic! vacancies and high turnover. .q noan'I, o
Those who
have funds
philosophy Is believed, Is pervasive and is reflected throughout the life and Some Inmates available can purchase up to $20 a week in the canteen. Immediate Response Inq'I'
have funds
or receive limited funds from family. Many have no
*ork of the entire institution. funds nor any outside source of money. Thus a society of haves and have-nots a) Fill all vacant security positions with experienced correctional officers.
3. More Inmates are locked In cell confinement than reside In the "normal"population.
up This can be redistribution of
clearly exists in the institution. This has resulted in widespread bartering, accomplished by a resources within the region
thievery. conniving and petty rackets. Since no tobacco In form Is Issued by through transfers of selected experienced staff. Florida State Prison should be I
As of August 29, 1980, those In one or another kind of cell lock-up confinement the State, Inmates who smoke but have no funds become participants in the given priority status within: the Region. A full security staff complement must
.lumbered 611 which Included 146 Death Row. Only 511 Inmates were in a more be maintained.b .
widespread Illicit system to obtain sought after items from cigarettes to
normal status. alcohol, from marijuana to weapons. Thereby the institution has become ) Alternatively, experienced correctional officers can be temporarily
That Is by far the highest proportion of locked-up inmates ever seen in any in- jungle of intrigue, racketeering and thievery which has produced a community assigned to Florida State Prison to provide direct intensive on-the-Job training
stitution by any Commission member. of danger fear and high risk. by working as models and trainers on each shift. This can be accomplished by
4. Total staff communication and coordination Is minimal almost non-existent. DisciplineWhen utilizing the state-wide resources of the Department of Corrections. .
The essential unity and Integrl'ry of policies and prpcedures require full staff c) No employee should be assigned to Florida State Prison before receiving at
participation, knowledge and Implementation especially In a high security In- an Inmate Is the recipient of a "Disciplinary Report" he Is immediately least the 40 hour orientation. .
stitution. But little knowledge understanding and appreciation of mutually Interdependent locked up In administrative confinement to await a !Hearing. Hearings are d) Contract for staff training of trainers to create an Internal cadre of skilled
functions and roles exist. Each department Is overwhelmed by its usually conducted within seven days, but may not occur for up to a month. The persons to train their fellow officers. This training program should concentrate
problems. Inter-departmental meetings appear to be non-existent. The only other disciplinary sanction available to line officers Is a written citation, an Inmate management, interpersonal communication skills, and team
custodial-professional conflict is evident and severe. "speeding ticket", that Is completed and filed for minor Infractions. Three, building. Supervisory staff should receive this training first.
5. Inmate Idleness and Inactivity Is permeating.With disciplinary classification alternate team hear all discipline cases. Each team Long Term Response
consists of a specialist a Counselor and a lieutenant..ClassificationCounseling. .
over half the population in lock-up status, limited industry work a) Correctional Officer pay In general should be upgraded. This Commission
available and few if any craftshoip facilities present, it can be understood why agrees with and supports the recent report of the Governor's executive review
jailhouse chatter, conniving, homosexuality, the surreptious manufacture of All inmates are assigned to a classification team on arrival Florida State committee recommending the upgrading of correctional staff salaries "to a
alcohol and a multitude of petty rackets are rampant. Numerous inmates have Prison. Each team Is chaired by a classification specialist working with a work level at least equal to salaries paid to other law enforcement personnel."
no cash to buy tobacco or simple supplies from the canteen.No tobacco is Issued supervisor and a counselor. The team Is charged with the supervision of ap- b) Employment promotions and other personnel matters must be managedby
by the state. The endless hours and days of gross Idleness produce this illicit ac- proximately 160 inmates Including compilation of records generated. the Regional office. Institutions should not Independently compete for the
tivity which can only be counterproductive to all reasonable correctional goals. The classification unit has seven classification specialist I's, one classification same emproye.Assignment to Indlvldullnstltution must a Regional of-
6. The. Inmate. population Is far too large to be managed with even a modicum of specialist II. They are supervised by a classification supervisor II. The fice b
success.With counselor unit of eleven corrections Commuter bus service should be to facilitate of
experienced counselors and a employment
of Inmates
1100 staff c
a population develop
Inadequacies the lack of programs, All personnel work the from urban such
and thadead-end climate of the whole Institution supervisor. In these two units day shift Monday thru star areas as .
most successful high security Institutions are much, yield lower Inevitable conflict. The Friday. Both supervisors and several staff members were Interviewed. They The Department should explore the possibility of expanding roles for the
In population. These frustration by the magnitude of the problems present and their Inability employment of females.
are seldom required to house aggressive mental :
Prison. The Federal government maximum cases as does Florida State to resolve them. Particularly upsetting to the group was the fact that e) A higher proportion of ranking officers, CO It's CO IDI'% CO IVs, etc,/
has a maximum capacity of 480. The new security maximum Institution at Marlon Instltutton Illinois recommendations made to transfer Inmates.to less secure institutions were should be allocated In the personnel plan for Florida State Prison than other
In Colorado has less than 384. Moet have security always delayed and often changed or demon' less secure institutions In Department of Correctlon.(The present
systems or have available
separate Department of Corrections' for .
Institutions for the mentally ill or criminally Insane. In Scandinavia small Institutions Staffing and Personnel ManagementSeveral with this ) request an 1'. Is consistent

deslgnated-for high security inmates and others for the severely men recent studies of Florida State Prison and Union Correctional Institution Finding remmendatio.
tally 111 usually have a securitytad made available to the Commission, indicate and confirm that the present :
The population of 1100 high aggressively mentally Ill at Florida number of correction officers and other staff at Florida State Prison Is seriously There Is a severe lack of communication and cooperation between administration
State Prison Is totally unrealistic and at the root of many of the Institution's pro- inadequate. An Insufficient staff Is allocated to the institution whose population Immediate, treatment and security staff.

blem. is comprised almost totally of long sentence, intractable, and demonstrated Response
And so, despite the responsibility for managing one of the most difficult missions behavior-problem Inmates with past histories of extreme violence. treatmentt security administrative supervision and Inter- f
In all of public administration, the Department of Corrections and the Staff and staff should be The devel-no
Florida State Prison are confronted by major deflclences in resources, person At Florida State Prison the violence Is intensified by the ever present staff ment of this plan can be facilitated by an outside develop. and should
lead to the of alternate
nel and adoption an
managerial skills. management policy, e.g. unit
vacancies the lack of qualified candidates, and the consequent hiring of many system. management- ; .
OperationsInmates marginally qualified employees. Moreover the crippling rate of turnover has
b) Establish communication channels from
are housed In thirteen wings that branch from both sides of a wide resulted In the Immediate assignment of untrained and Inexperienced management. Department heads must top management to mid-levels of
corridor. Eight wings contain one man cells, four contain 102 cells, and "Q" employees to critical posts.The turnover rate is exacerbated by low morale and from other departments. must open communication with their counterparts
wing contains 30 cells. The census was 1122 inmates on August 29th, 7 percent job dissatisfaction. However; the most overriding problem is the Inadequateand staff within their They establish communication with the
below design capacity. Of this number 511 were In population status and 611 In non-competitive pay scale. Unless this basic need Is corrected the quality of drent.'t
confinement status. The population group have meals in the dining room, participate candidates will obviously continue to be marginal. The better employees will '
in programs or have regular work assignments. They have freedom of shortly be attracted elsewhere. More FSP Story on page 7B ;

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I more FSPInmate Conditions as Seen by Panel

Cont. from.. rttr.: 6D
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Implement Finding 4d the management plan. \\ID:

equipment' Is In disrepair' and to not adequate.This places both staff That many major fast
and Inmates In high hazard Iituations. food chains arc now offering -
Immediate) Responsea drinks' In pint and
) Exterior window screens must be quart size foam cups?
repaired or replaced to upgrade securlb at a .

b) Interior screens security mesh) separating the tiers within the wings That "big" drink' maan THE
must be repaired or replaced to prevent Inmate access to other floors. you pay less per ounce for t
c) Electronic devices that can be carried on an officer (radio, person alarms your favorite beverage and X No Yadagt Fin .
etc.) should be provided to staff In wing areas to allow for emergency communication you can finish your meal' FARMERS 'J
to the control room. before you finish your "big
Findings drink"? X Reduced Commissions

Trafficking in contraband Is widespread and permeates Florida Mate Prison. ADVANTAGE I .

Immediate Response ............ X Mart Profit To The Producer
aShakedowns) of the entire institution to control contraband weapons,drugai ...
alcohol etc.. must be regularly conducted. In confinement areas such as."Q', }
wing, staff should shake down an Inmate's cell and perform a security Inspection ll 1 Hoc Auction ..............................Tuesday
tapping bars and checking for contraband while an inmate showering

b) The abandoned policy of providing Inmates with tobacco products should Cattle Auction...........................Wednesday
be re-established. Violent and Illegal activities result in efforts to gain cigarettes

from other Inmates.c Feeder Pig[ Sale.......-.................2nd Friday (Monthly)
) In the highest security confinement wing ("Q"wing) inmates should not be a ..... ........................a..a..a...........
allowed to work as housemen or pass In food trays. In this area staff should per That foam cups keep your
form these functions. During clean-up times outer doors to the cells should be drink no matter what the DAILY SLAUGHTER HOO MARKET BUYERS WAITING
closed and the clean-up crews should be supervised. Inmate workers in other. size, at the right temperature
confinement areas should not be allowed to roam the tiers unsupervised. ? According to the FOR YOUR UYEJTOCXII( i iI
Finding* Foam Cup and Container
The lack of constructive activities and pronounced Idleness are prevalent.The Division of the Society of I NORTH FLORIDA 1
practices for maintaining control are so severe that sanctions to deal with the Plastic Industry foam
behavior and disciplinary problems have been limited to locking people up. cup keep hot drink' hotter BOBBY HAWKINS ,I ,
Immediate Response and cold drink colder than Pr.s., Coo .raliv. FARMER'S JIM BROWN,

a) Constructive activities and programs should be developed and programmed any other kind of disposablecup. Market Manage
Into the dally prison routine. The selection 'programs and the kinds of ac- I COOPERATIVE. l INC.
tiVIties to be used are matters for the Department 01 Corrections to determine. a e e ,
Jobs, recreation, treatment, education, and training may all be used to achievethis That foam cups are sanitary
end. The object Is to eliminate forced idleness. Each Inmate. Including because they are used Phillip Jackson,formerly with Copeland Sausage Company for 2O
those In locked-down confinement units, must be given the opportunity to be Involved only once.
in some kind of productive activity at least eight out of every twenty-four a yean, is now grading and operating our daily hog market.
hours. That litter la a people '
b) A differentiated classification system should be articulated allowing problem and only peoplecan | Tel (904|'758-3876 Located en US 41..41 2 Mlles North |1.75.. US 41 Exit At Elllavlll.
, various levels of participation in programs and freedom of movement so that stop It by disposing of
inmates can earn and lose rewards and privileges by their behavior. Housing trash properly?
assignments should not be based solely on work assignment.c .
) A clearly understandable and consistently applied disciplinary procedure
should be developed, whereby an inmate knows how to earn rewards and what
consequences will result for Infractions. This will allow for several levels of K
sanctions other than simply being in population or being locked-down the Cartons NEW
dichotomous sanction system currently In practice.d > IEAGLEI. Kings a 100's '5Mea 97 LOW
) Disciplinary hearings to review disciplinary reports must take place o FT7CESanniversary /
within twenty-four hours or on the first weekday after a weekend for any case in T Packs 63 plus tax
which sanction Is imposed. Locking up Inmates for disciplinary purposes should
be a serious disciplinary action for severe problems. The use of other sanctions, vAthfllote "w'" I
other than lock-up should be encouraged as Indicated in the previous recom- I YRS.i'"':
mendation. This does not preclude the lock-up of Inmates under investigation .
for serious crimes but does indicate prompt review by the disciplinary board is
mandatory as indicated. .
Finding 7

Staff brutality, while alleged to be frequent in the past seems to be curtailedand "
Is not presently tolerated by Florida State Prison. However, the Commission .1

Immediate is concerned ResponseThe with the review of use of force reports. 0 savings

use of force reports must be reviewed and investigated by a panel of LIGHTER r
senior, non.cuatodlalstarr. The Investigation of use of force should begin within: We are celebrating 32 yrs. of discounts by u,
twenty-four hours of the incident.In cases where excessive use of force is found i
mmediate action should be taken against the offending officer. The review pro- 'Aft saving you up to 42% Thursday, Friday & Saturday
edure serves to protect both staff and inmates. adawn. portor.m
_. ,ustable I
finding 8Transfer

of Inmates to less secure facilities is inordinately difficult and
elayed so that many Inmates are needlessly kept at Florida State Prison. '
teportedly, as many as one-third of the population are appropriate for less art
ecure Institutions.

Immediate Response...*... .,.. .,__- .. -" .....- .-. .. t
.,r'Iit, trtomttRrrnd nil' 'I i uH "it 'up .UIKVJ U. I a ",T vlhiflil
a) There-should Pea'n-lnimtedlBte-ct.JBistficatiijn'r? 'aTn-fnitnateaT'Tftbag. !' '...... & d .,, + 1 1 Ir lf'ntI
,ho qualify shoulb transferred to a' leaa'seeurelnstltl1thin:' R.,> '" ," -" ( 1 I I I / i r / t
b) Transfers from Florida State Prison to other Institutions within Region 2 I; (1QM ldaaw
hould only require regional approval. Departmental approval should only be
equired for transfers out of Region 2. Intra-region transfers should occur pro-
nptly after approval.
c) Transfers from Florida State Prison should be given priority status withinhe
Department of Corrections.

Indlng 9Inmates.

who are mentally disturbed receive little or no treatment except <''<1
solation and routine medication In this institution. Estimates of the number of 75 3517.88 79'WA&aW 6.94 gI9.88 9.94
sychotic inmates range from 50.200. "l'
Immediate I Each drop a rich lubricant vinyl acrylic anterior The more lowal for tough Joba Distinguished tailoring with Leather-like vinyl with full nylon Wastarn-ityle' pinwale' corduroy
Response Eagle's premium." non-detergent pam with S year worrenly' end and big' spell.' Two rolls 2plyanaete. long sleeves \ pocket Fie too lining, 4 packets or poly/cotton 100 c % cotton and .cotton poly
041 reduces carbon.One quart. one nod coverage. One gallon.' .57 towels each roM trim 100% nylon/ In eollds.I goHack| Sizes, S-XL blonds Solids men a 39-38.
a) Mentally ill inmates should be closely managed and medical treatment 8MLXL.
hould! comply with recognized mental health standards. '
b) A ,(mental! health treatment program for psychotic Inmates, shfiuld be Cleanup on Houseware, savings! or
eveloped for (his Institution by an Independent agency. a /> TV
c) A slddy should begin immediately to form a proposal for the establishmentf
a forensic mental health unit within the institution and/or a separate mental
\ealth urjitwljhin} the Department of Corrections. ,

1IulhuilIi1Bih.cl'. // r

The AWliAfy Commission,after overall examination of Florida State Prison "- now
,nds that,Florida l State Prison fails In many respects to comply with the Stan-
lards foP/WrU Correctional Institutions as issued by the Commission for Ac-
redilarWVl'bVCorrections.' (A copy of (the Manual of Standards for Adult Cor- IletT
ection PIt futln08 is appended to this report.) n.i.iu

S nnibm
Immediate Response
sup -,/
The rtetttftiaient of Corrections of the State of Florida should give Florida W1- BEDSHEET ENSEMBLES MEN'S SWEATSHIRTSOUR
'late Prison priority status in its present commitment to bring each Institution(> ASST.CLEANING AIO.I .ROOMS MOPS.BASKETS Two SET, 10.97 DISCOUNT 7.63 '
'11 he Department into Standards compliance. Inns YOUR YOUR PRICE i
'n. laBuying I CHOICE 1.49 CHOICI.99 WAS tx:7+ 15.97 Drawalrlng hood full front zipper
and niece llmd AMI color. allgtil- I
,1' I WERE JfTr"Chooaa WSRSUCTOJ.PleN .*'/ QUEEN SET 22.97 ly Irrag ,S to XL.: 1
overnight oven diem a act broom patio WAS 2..97" 1 ,
,,1 /The rug shampoo furnthjra. ) polish broom duet mop. sponge mop Included top sheet ftttad shoes BOYS' SWEATSHIRTS I (
' Udwn.vltan .or apray dlakifactantl Valu-ptual or a plaalW 22: quart basket and 2 plllowcaaaa Twin set MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS .
with Mring-lop Include I plllowcaaa Perm WERE 3 33 I
B praaal .3.73 W ER E 3.97
'Ii Crew neck, style wrlbille
stn U.S. Silver 1 walat u ."Joao;::. most. Poly.-ter a Coulon blend, PLUSH VELOUR TOPS
r? ; ;"
;_ ; T12, 96
J ... '
,,.. sw 'if\ Coins I 1 / Short alaava. v-nack
I 1 t Wl r /7Ij1 style with ahlrrad

: *;t ) Class Rings Gold & Sterling CORDUROY FOR BOYS JEANS bottom shoulders. SOl"and'''. sm.i lighted' ,

.... Sundays ONLY Waldo Flea Market lIMA s t 6.88
U.Mh_ 4.88 18.88 10.88 \ 0: &' 10.88
H.a Booth A-6 1-63 r '
OUR DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PfllCC WAS IMfAccurate. OUR DISCOUNT PRICE 1 WERES..I corduroy too% Colton with' front
dependable. ouaUtyl Lighted dlgllel rnovanwit solid Pockatpak 330 flip flash + hi Classy Waitarn lean styling sipy erg our pockets
Ii>/-to-read dial antique stale,With 99-daywwrentyy camara, lightweight with com with 4 pocket and slightly nd many extra fathionfmitucfvs.
will.. pact daalgn I 7 ; naiad Ipso Slight trregi.Stol. ntv.515.

Anniversary shoe savings!

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Nb110 Atyf_ + 1= i! : FOR MEN


TWO 1- ALLO"* GALLON EAGLE Mint or Cinnamon WAS,***18.a.1.19 Wieh vinyl with 1
Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage LIQUIO CHLORINK MURIATK ACID AQUA-FRESH TOOTHPASTE 0.4 M.LkMt 940 rounded Ice, lids --- '"'_
< Two) ..?.-...? pull tab, molded
RIGM7 It000 role and hool one MIN'S ft BOYS JOaOER*
Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows 2.67 1 0 oa. WAi].e8 e......,_.,...., 1.29 cofTtfo'tabl, IriclWAL3AI
legle'e. OUR DISCOUNT PRICE 1101' WASIas:.. ... .. 1.17 \ antique brown, CHOICI. s.eI +
And Save far liquid oMortne tope Direct From Manufacturer economical
routine to Irrlta- w 1.33
Buy pravmt !
pool.... Isom eye ads. gV ... a Dried. Man'a .11.boy.' :3-*.
fREE DELIVERY> ... : STARKE KEYSTONE Hgts. ..: ; .; ."

Lake Butler .Fla., 496-20,3 ,C)O':.A'S""I i '111MERWAKER! I, 312 W. Madison St. Hwy. 21 & 100r q""' .."..11"..11" ,


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I FSPInmate Trio Escape Attempt Foiled; 2 Recaptured at Fence, 1 in Woods Nearby .

Three Inmates at Florida State went through a mesh screen and

Prison were foiled In their attempt to Jumped off the bottom floor Into the

escape from the prison during the prison yard. Bradford stated correctional

early morning hours of Saturday. officer In the tower fired at

Sept. 27, with two recaptured before Phippa,. but he got away by cutting
they could leave the prison grounds through the fence and escaped Into
and the third Inmate taken into
the wooded area near the riaon.
custody in a wooded area near the Phippa, 25, at the time of his
institution about three hours after the : escape
REAL. PIT was serving a 25 year sentence for
original escape attempt according to robbery from Collier County.

Vernon Bradford prison spokesman. Pouncey was Imprisoned In 1978 for,
Bradford confirmed that Ronnie murder In the second degree from

Pouncey and Robert Roy were recap OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Dade County and since his Incarce-
tured before could leave the
they ration has
FROM 11 U TlL 9 ,... picked up an additional
and Scott the
compound Phipps was
term for possession of a
weapon by a
inmate recaptured in the wooded I state prisoner. Bradford stated

area. Pounce Is serving a total of 138
The prison spokesman stated the In prison.

men were housed on the bottom floor j Starke 984-8840 /"' Lake Butler 499-2768 Roy was serving 45'years' a
of S-Wing took the plate off the door number of offenses Including two

took the ball-bearings off the Rate w- Monday October 6th from 3 P.M. sill 9 P.M previous escapes. ".,n

r... ................................ ........................ v.J'... ... _J Buy One .
Got Your Wind?
Beef or Pork Sandwich

I I Union County AdsLOST SONNY And Get One FREE Saturday.Run for Retarded Oct. 11

People of all ages are invited to run
WITH COUPON for benefit of the retarded next: Saturday -

Oct. 11, In the second annual
FOR RENTI TiMeday.October 7th From 3 P.M. t119 P.M. Piggly-Wiggly Road Race.

ANti Chicken Plate Starting place will be lust off SR100on

FOUND :I BEDtOOMi One Both \.v0N Bay Street,between Piggly-Wlggly

AAA Realty 496-3814. %0 and Andrews Drugs., Race time is 9 J
REWARDS F.mal. Boogie. Itchg 10/2. 1 /2 a.m. for both the one mile and the ;j

lost Frldoy. near RMC. Price CO 10.000 meter (6.2 miles) runs offered

Brown black and whit. INSURANCEMAINES by the Bradford-Union Association .,.
Phone 496-3301 or This offer is available for sit down customers only... for the Retarded.All I

!I 4963650. I tpd 10/2. INSURANCE AGEN- / t .. we will not be able to give you this offer for take out proceeds will go toward mat- I
CY. 160 S. Lake Av., lake ching funds for BUARC's two programs

HELP WANTED Butler.' 496-3978. Complete the Sunshine Acres

Insurance Service TFN workshop for persons 18 yean old

M ANAGER/O UPL E.Handy and up, and the Home Intervention

'friendly organized and Program for birth defects and up to

clean managercouplewanted 4-yearsold. Public school programs

for Mobil Homo take care of ages 517.Preregistration .

Park in Lake Butler' Prefer will cost$4 for run-

40 or older. Please writ. YOU MAY HAV! MISSED THESE ners. Registration on race day will be
Mr. Wurn Rt. 2 Box 19. 450.

Melrose, Fl. 32666 or First place trophies will be given

phone ((904)) 475-1394. men and women winners in both

2tchg 9/25.102.DlrINDAIL. GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST races and winners of each age

housework.PERSONt Must have lo do category.Second and third place gifts

Phon. donated by local merchants will be

496-2695 own transportation.after S p.m. Itchg given In all age group categories.
10/2. See the back page of the Piggly-

PERSONAL SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN Wiggly registration advertisement form. for details and


DAPIIIESiFreeestimates. i

Local "All great truths begin at
distributor for completely blaiphamiei."

washable' nationally The George Bernard Shaw"
advertised Gard..II.Drop.rl. Shop Sun's Classified section

... saw Enter.prises. ,-n r- ..,
Ed or Lama

S/1/80TFN.Stephens. 4962219. every day for great shopping values. KeystoneArea


homes, business In
Union Bradford' Columbia ': '1U

Counties 496-3986 Cal-
lect. 7/3 TFN to T.T"0. Ciwrixllc -nOn "OI.T""EO NUPS. Ads
CHG. Hum.n LAW FIRM needs .9H 5
Will BABYSIT A....IV .n cinSd POT w. Un'nour.. N 4)dod to.do mobll, physic tort'. "roar ,legal, .._,_.cre.N.
preschoolersIn A.. AW for MNly stems. m" D/6th own OC_,.. ..../.. ''or''
my home Mon. hru Fri. ,. Call 374153 Hand IkttN'rsOUlrNl'31..3.I,
$7 a1'doy.'One. hot meal a AVON :: Manse: 9tanTrynee' ProN.m.- 1f L{ E EPER NIm" I/ ,..o..Oe I3INM r--y "Ntul3 .Y........0 ,. ,. ..ua
- &n'r.
young and : .
day. fenced In. yard Hwy. C.t: Buy or 5.0 aepresNVe {3sa/1/f--T1tOIOV011I1Nf/ _.: 9 Of ba'fc Itr'. S.VLL
231 then' right on 231A. 0771,17717 Call Athhr/C o""Attic.377.52N,_ =:.i. 313.777 snit S."" tlPERSONAL
Call 496-9411 between 10 MKh.nlc.l .SALESPERSON.PNI-ce NOW: TAKING'' )APPLICATION]
and *.rv Amity In OM.t. tor Clark petition 8> v n 1Oars. PIZZA DflMRYDRMRS SERVICES
a.m. 3pm. Mon.-Fri. ASSISTANT MANAOSin : ow ion. R ww. liw NW JWh
Vocal r.ra1 l Cvcl.Work,. Ml w Only Ay. AV. RI..M _'. Must haw Own car Aj0olv' at TWO ACRES
Ask for Peggy Itpd 10/2. Vocal flr.l ,t e Mp rlMic* will be In Nrson 7.m ton only Mr PitiatTisin J7 vg0 Attar: 9. near SR-IOQ
BABVSITi In my home day / CARPENTER WORK near Keystbne 'Heights.' *.

night or weekend Call CUSTODIANm.n.nt/ : / :: : '; : .o rl. Remodeling work. Kitchen, $300 down 566." per J
Janice ylc&charge caring a layn9$ A.....'01.._. 5oulh.ro eMncetlor./ : tote prff/rsM Apply .t Mcoouniw cabinet and trim month. Phone 473-4098 art\
Noegel 496.2510. gu.r.nt.90 Woodcraft,
Ny. N C.ll 3756525 p o Ban naive. I r ltv Aw.. 13th St.
4tchg 9/18-10/9. MM Tusc I0os4, Al.b.m. 3W03 two phooe.t110tsset.' carpenter. Reasonable 473-4367 after 6 p.m.,

TWO FAMILY GARAGE prices. Call Ed Dempsey" at tfnchg 9/4 L

SAUi Sat.. Oct.4, one mile 4732477. tfnchg 9/4 LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEYI'

South on 231 at Doyle .yi, ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS. Keystone, Heights owner
Glover's residence.' Itchg Closed meetings Monday B financed 10 percent In-
10/2. p.m. Open meeting, Friday t.r.... Lots on clear. sand
1968 AMXim )( VII'.Z NOVA CONCOUM5 '74 DATSUN MOZ 8 Alanon bottomed lake, priced to
6< ,. 4 door if, p.m. Monday
.... utomtillc. AM .M etr. 40 000 Millis. .,.
FOR SALE O collee..I1.70. ...ttlr. 1501 condition... 620 vlnyi Dower' r "_M9SO rlno.,nAN v lour...35 ft..il.. .Kcll 4oi6MONOA.it c.......".... ..,..... Ceiljyy $ 8 p.m.p.m.All Alateen' meetings Monday In 7 sell from $9,000. One'toflveacr.saverlookindlake'

[ quo Doug.197.Ca5/p.eUrcK.5400,s1946j 76 VEGA Estate Wagon ACCORD LM, 1e79t ..' Educational Building Community (access available)' with
OFFICE AND SCHOOl SUP. Iwo CMV'otor ..... : .. 2 Boos 5 M>*M 1850 Orherl Deliv v. Automatic air Oood condition' O....." In',,'_. CMcvllttnt condf" b11 Church tfnchg p.
PLIES CIPTSSe Union v C./1 376 flare .
S7SOO 317 5361 f4pm tjon tsMOO lll3ySMJ9., sudanlCADLLAC 10/2. down; $50 a$ norttrt,
County Tim. open Mon- : '79 Fetweod 7SCHCVV (O VAN "jar b 31fclV u PRESSURE CLEANIM6.PAIN- Commercial frontage.
day and Tuesday 8,30 a.m. .r0YOh.rn. Loaded, D.wsr .in. Fully CsirptrteKf ntrw tirtn.II.'"- PORSCHfMMO
'12 MONTe CARLO CUSTOM ao<**. m\r\ ooosd condition' TM99S derdcvl f-1300n.aotl.bl." C..c >' TINO and wallpapering. Investment opportunir.' ,
to 5 p.m., Wednesday- W.OOO mlr, .Mc.ll.nt coenOltlon orb4.torf" 377-M,5 .''-nt 3/6-9OI6/37I cam 37105.1962354.alter Orlwn awwkdAV' Phone 473-2477 tfnchg 9/4 SR-21N. Owner-sale' .ngtt I
closed Thursday and Friday / '''''
'ii MONTE CARLO FUIl.oodo MU.TANG.01 WILL BABY SIT IN MY HOME 4734375. tfncha 94AKC
B 30 till se '" 5ttant
a m. noon. COndtlIon. AM/FM Iv orloln/ 1 ,
owner chow QUIII-' Coolant condifion' Like
1 ow on .
Inch Monday-Friday, daysSR26.
SELLING OUT ANTIQUES. 7 .., .. I Itarn. T4.1.0 ;windows, tv. spolntt wlnn, r Ftictorv air, Owner 3J/4O MFO. IS.OOO rhl
L//1bOck/ "" v. .nine. Mw IIr. .
.,... bA//Ny..650. f1Y Dower .Tlna. m. .U'om"e. Recantly .IriMWCtiM Country llvln'. I
Mutt Mil
piece bedroom suite, dinning C.I3S0574/ dent 316193]or 3165010 ....ulflull.-.. .. .
a MM M 3 SO N5011561. JniVTCM_ Melrose.' Phone 4752755. vital ,I''
table, piano. Well over 2Ch99/25-IO/2 475- DO"RM4I'I'quollty ;
100 years old. Plus various
items. Location Intersection
SERVICI--Free estimates. Hnchg :
H 100 and SR 235
(ojJ Dally weekly monthly' BRONC 197cc.318cc 5UP e.
N between Lake Butler and
and yearly ro.... Phone Super TryjLe1
Starke. Phone 4962842. 473-2183 alter 7 p.m. 2tchg' Jowa 129cc. trK, ::s
Itchg 102.GUARANTEED. 290cc.
PROOUCTSi for every" need o.rbl.r5t.Tamo..Sa'arl.Mlcr})

are|just a phone call away J Acores. old 0 room hou.> BRVWOOOt Today only l-4om W4SW t eirt f Rom hence. Grm9 patios, 221 "
W. deliver. Phone ba/oom bee,ll.r, well. fruitvicinity MM NW I*Way. Folkww Ion*' room. flrptc.. .rf>t eR .. fireplaces additions.remodeling .
Ores.b.l: ttOOOO S tV.HCctrtstrwcllon-M***Cct.it do m homes and Golneivllle.Tlj' 4' :
4962599. 4tpd 10/2 : :aHN 376 tT11 3/7 n09. tab FsHiontf<37>-4 work. Free >
estlrrales. .
1023.'U.NITU.I.. "Your LOCAL R_'_" '
SACRES.eml north N Williston WINOV HILLS FARMS Phone 473-4473 4tpd 9/1 1-10/2 'Y
Brand .nn 74460 mobiles home. cent 9O > ocr**. hloh. HDRTHWOOO'' during
new ..r/$... _. Mavlly wmb __ .r.re S RoS1s_ 17* ...0'LAWN
barn All tented a lls. 4M* nee wni of '-/S, North of __. bIM 0.57 day 4tpd 9/29-10/16
loveseot. chair SI25 brand _lie tame,ole._....,. 30 A.., _.000. .....n.1 3761$40 It., MOWER--2S" cut. Self '
-'r'Ic-r: := pro
new green plaid lovsseat w/m 1 ../=
.10 New MOON .. pelled. Bicycle wheels.
17540.2 eR R.ST"'CT.O.c..s dark r O"nice 37119.
S7S used, king one month size water S22S,bed.call 11wr.C.nr.. Meat:Ir/he.t.nr7y king UOOOor ill* bed 0rtt4rly :,:v..C.1::: : 4 R.ad blacks 473146/ram NW MOM.. > .*., f..tt ..._ SHr Briggs and Strattoh.
01'''. 31'573a.. m. ate. S b m. Anvll_w. Mantle, c nt. / ): :. C4irovtouff. rhr.Wn. WANTED Used very little. Cost $499
752.7961 Providence tvncerd vorA et ,lfu4
Itpd 4)u late .
1970 PARK WOOD 17m. I .". "'/.. frl.lever In NW,IsWtM Kite. C4lfor4.NaAtt 31$2420. new. asking' $390.
10/2. F....... ... Iliillv, furni'h4d.. heat C*il. .,r/....,. flr........roans<**_ ROOMMATE .WANTEDfemale. .. Negotiable. Phone

MISC.Refrigerator FURNITURE.JI50. wood will Iant 90 AC/1SS dlylde NIIN,OF St700 tln.nc/n.G.se per Kr.PNm Se.. W.c.l.Landand.. F. ANKIWd air, IOr1O. ..aluminum.. fsUOO, 37VniOrtfsms Mend 4.* car fenced porch.veto./5e.t00.screened 377.750p Darph., 2 6.m.wetyrtio.9 Mi.m Itchon: PARR,f.willy* 4.rm.' Own BH In broom 473-2189. Jtchg 925.102a>

tir.WAp. fiwclsjwood ties>M new house Lakefront on lake FOR SALE OR LEASE
table, 2 leaves. 6 chairs, Inc Rlv.r Ma/m.Rally aNe.M High REALTOR.Sorhtes, :.=:.1977. O-40 Concord Hsiwthorn f Bit. I SATMnwew Ad: roof paint. 3000t S1. Only Hutchison. SIOO month
: pe/Ch. *hod, ALmM .)67.0. 76ap1le..1 Building. 40'dO',
china cabins S22S. Bunk 4541n,. fayeni WS45414es.. ;. SsMkOO Call 377 c filr l hMt/' lr.will MHI PMAor Ir/CM1.M
1191 VA 939.OOP C::lt37iV4IS4. IM.Licensed.rMNs 1/3 utilities; first-last. plus heavy comm.rclal. Ow"er.
beds SI SO, 4 drawer chest $30
security. will
Many finance) 473-2867
S3S double bed SoS privileges.. 473-31W from weekends 2tpd 102109REFRIGERATOR

washer SI2S dryer $75.swivel 9-11 p.m. 6tchg9/11.10/16 SI20>
rocker $45. color TV INTtMNO' MARINE CORPS
Dinette S29: chest of
and S12S Early American' Sofa boot camp Nov. 16. Would drawers, from$29: treadle.

Providence.Chair SIOO 752-7961 like any kind of work until sewing machine, $4J.,

rind 10/2. then. 479-1146.. Ask far Much, much morel
CHARMING SPANISH SVTlEl. Jim. Itpd 10/2 473-4921. Commercial Circle :
3 bedroom. I 1/2 bath
carpel, stove, central heat Encvcopalarltlanlc.., if7S CHANGE./ER. / ACOUSTIC GUITAR, Gwld Keystone Heights.
dltion.. = :'t :
IOCI= veer boosts/thru sivows7s Sliding glass 0441$6; .rcNNnl. CanWl/an w//R Itchg 10/2
air large ; and Ann Arr4rlc4' 4m .
yard Call 377
assumable Ai>jng tJOO 3/*> lees .r Mrdsh.lt.. case. S/OO. 37e s4.s FOR RENT TRUCK TOPPERS. $189 WITH'!
mortgage, low KINO SIZE m'ttr*.. end DOM THIS AD. All aluminumwith
Interest. Cf>CAT -.oIW".nWar' *. .HO T'bl.4ndocti. .
owner d lr .
anxious. ALTO
ROOM TO GROW Com0i.t. 14 volumvs H4rd Road .... ... n..... J44M3e.lt Model A'SAKOPHON''... good COtldlll Cann_. THREE BEDROOM. ONI 36" side windows..
Super bound sitt with syntoolcon, .AtM .r S JOOftlCNTAI. .skinC, "t4O J'l1 IMO BATH 473.4921. Commercial
nice 2 bedroom I both 'InOtJiO. POO 3r....%. 3)7433 large screened Circle -
on MUO. tXIO* greet .eGINN.R Wrsaht .'''_. re- porch $290 month. 3BK.. Keystone Heights.Itchg .
'large corner 'lot ((238X130)with ) ) HAND THROWN POTTER V & ...... b/w a rte vNvN_10590 tinlowle nor b. 1-. ..e.'Ion' "
ceramic sold by the ..rt117. 3:00 ill ...., tand111an. Hammond 21A. C/H-A. $279 month. 1 10/2 .
lots of carport.extras, Low owner taxes will, 1/,11qN 371-all PIKef. 13.116 ...... Can PIANO: OIInn.11 Jr. 'ond. Slid Plono., 21NW torte.....Oreeq .hone475-16".ltehijl0I2 I It7 HONDA CBI1SS. $40d! :"

S4In 0 Plane N.1 tuning. a7JS. LIVIHO"oomCn.r.d one-year-eld Modern Mold

CROWNING finance at 11 FAMILY-SUPER percent. lace/INit wal"Gore cOndillOn.WASNER.111.M.Nee CaU Comp'HUMAN*'.'. ..MfTbi SKELETON.d on itund 135.s.ara Call DNrebl5 K.5....color... .'Yo... __worSS. walnut s1.... .wan 4c.lrmt locli.' condition tip..jyHHQOMIC .P11.1, 5301 ihree-ln-one eye-level'
3756300 with ov-r I or of gold 'in t..th. even stainless steel I cook-
BUYi 'low down poym.nl.awn.r .WO C411 3JI49: CHORD ORGAN Mars SlIVfM. "O COrVM UTlllVLilt/ nw HOMES FOR '
will finance. 3 WATCH rlAT RS. .l *cfrlc. tan. doubt.'._d W.s SOO. '''-.. HfyeH I 1.1.00. 3/1-IjV? lop with dishwasher on
use.70 sailors OlOlS IIN.33.0th, SaPA Ercellanl Cato/lion.' Slap Now only' MOO "" ''''condition ALUMINUM SALE bottom $ OO.) CJS9-2S93 .
bedroom. I both, air heat. can 77145700 59 SD m. 050011.bee can 3731es7 ,CHI all beg. Good BOAT I3foes
ln.ne 4N after 6
.rs p.m. Itpd 10/2 .
tile floors

AAA sizes 2B., IBA unfurnished AC.... S4.JOO 'for both:'
fireplace deck' centralair. Terms. 473-3894.: Itcho/b.
Lenglard. Jr.. 4TSM14.weekende : .
end _I..... Need !more information? 473-2473. Ifnehg flU BEDROOM 10/J SET..Walnut
lithe 10/2.

10 1/2 ACRESi on graded Interested in placing a classified? \MISCELLANEOUSMAKI dresser headboard, chest and, frame bookcase for

road Ideal for .
small 'farm
( full size bed
mirror. $129.
or homesite. Price,SIS.000. Call Sttmesuiffe Suit '
Call 496-2294 from 9 a.m. 372-4222 In Starke 9G4-817O: AN OFFER" YARD 473.4375. Itchg; 10/2
SALE-Saturday. Oct. 4. 178 SUZUKI RM IIOCIMOToacao..good
to :3 I .
p.m. Thursday Friday
1O-9. Across rood from site con-
Saturday and Sunday of new United dillon with
all Methodist trailer, $790;:
day. Itpd 9/11. Church. $R21.tpd 10/2 without trailer. $7OO.

Phone)473-4380.Ie"-" 10/2


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'71 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 MOBILE HOMUi Why pay Reliable. mother" 39. will ILL'S SAW SHOPS Complete mobile home If mortgage efficiencies and I 16 turn left at Handy Way) and appliance Porch wire welded wire, barbwire

door 318 excellent condl. more? Buy direct from the babysit at my home Prefer .sharpening service, circular I I.3/4 paid or more.OHM'S BR apt., weekly or mon 2nd dirt road pat rocker BARGAIN wood chain. link:
2 to 9. Call 964-8134. MOBILE HOME SALES thl,. NEW FURNISHED CENTER US 301 South
lion. $2495. 783-3907. factory large election of age hand carbide, Primitive Baptist Church free eiHmate MANNING
10/2Uche tf, 14' and double' wide. 9/352tpd 102A chain mower blade hollow 964.5606. Open 7 day STUDIOS monthly only. last trailer on loft. look for 9646679. TFchg FENCE CO., 473-4822.
AUCTIONS Sol.. Oct. bookkeeping tervlce for and weekly. TFchg 2313 N. Temple Starke. PLUMBING pixnntis win.
4, 10 COMMUNITY MOtlll ground balanced. ( .. 10/2 Itpd Key._. TFchg M.
All bulne**. a* 1 low a* WANTED. Mobile home axle TFchg daw ,
a.m. personal property HOME SALES US 301 your Leave at Jackson Building SAT.. OCT. 4. 9-untll. Four doom pipe plus CHAIN LINK PENCE
will be told. Furniture: $50. per month for a email Supply In Storks, Keystone and tire*. Will pick up. KITCHINITTISi One BR famllle 614 N Grand In 10,000 ether Item now at .
North. Open 9 to duik. I to material. Do It yourself..
builneul We will lOt OLIN'S MOBILE HOMe apartment, pool TV, AC
glassware tool, color TV up Height or Lake Butler.TFchg front of Starke Elem. 10/2 Bargain Center, US 301
6 on Sunday Phone and *0".. Installation
Cloitron boot and '72 your book for you a* SALES 9645606. Open 7 uillltln Included. Totally/ South Starke. TFchg
1101. 964-8741. 6/9 TFN. Imply' a* possible, .keep ALCOHOLICS ANOMYMOUSl day a weak. TFchg furnlihed. Weekly monthly Itchg available. Free ..Hmo..*.
Chevy Many more :M ACRES of farm land good
ml.c. Item.. Geneva Lake 8V OWNER 4 IR, tit bath your Journal, and 'ledgerbooks CASH FOR COINSl Cold rat*. TEMPLE MOTEL OCT. 1. 4 a *. 9 a.m. till T timber, HandyMan Fence Co.
Estate Hwy 21. between large La. OR. Kit Den do profit and lOll Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. .11".,. eterllng. dental 880 N. Temple Ave.. North St. Ctolr. 10/2 Itpd pasture fenced some with creek, 964.8559. TFchg L.
Keystone and Melroie. w/flreploce, utility room, statements, sales tax TFchg gold. GF scrap jewelry, optical Stark. Phone 9647357. CLOTHES FOR EVERYONE 8/21 WATSON'S HOUSE OP
Look for auction signs. screen porch ear port return, payroll tones, etc. REMODELING BUILDING frame, etc J.R. BullInaton 9/20 TFchg. child4 1-6 tome baby 964-6528. Inchg.M VACUUMS. Many brand
Trailer bed frame
Southeastern Auction Ser w/10x20 hop, shed. fruit Phone 964-7189 for more REPAIRS New kitchen, 964-6250 TFchg. MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL clothe, also toy. Mlu ft. of new vacuum Used
vice Col. Randall J.Camp. tree, pecans apprax. 2 'Information. 10/2 2tpdBegl.n.s bath, family room Brick, WANTED. Used tools both HOME PARK mobile home Itemi. Friday and Saturday complete 782-3784 or machine' available. Part
bell. 473-702 or 9o4-B327. acre. $39.000. 964.5610. Pointing Closet block concrete. Fireplace mechanic and carpenter. and spaces for rent. Phone 9::30-9 Rd 100 W 1V* mile. 763-3293. 9/25 2tchg 10/2 and accessories for all
10/2 ltchgWANTED 9/29 Jtchg 10/2 Acrylic, or all painting. peclallt Orllll Con- Phone 964-8331 or 4682912. TFchg Look for ilgn. 10/2 Itchg 1I.! ,!fup_ -rIght' freezer vacuum systems. 404 NW
elder truck. TO SETTLE ESTATIt 2 8R Classes are Tuesday morn fraction. Phone .473-2108 468-1551.9111 tnchg OFFICI SPACE attractive. HUGE YARD SALE Oct. 2 a QtlrGt; SO. 10th Ave.. Galneivllle.
964-8349 between 95. Home, IR, Kit 17 'long [Ing 9:30.: 1130. ".00 per or 4733578.TFchg WANTED TO BUVt Sloth pine mall. Separate building. 3, 3 mile from Stark, on phone 3767110. TFchg
10/2 ItchgM pantry, large gloited-ln clou. Learn color mixing SEWING MACHINES conee. J.L. Water, Near town. Plenty of parkIng SR 100 towed Keystone 10/9 LIMIROCKi 20 yd. semi I
CHEW PICK."" 3 peed porch 2 baths, AC large competition, hading etc. REPAIRED All make Lawtey. Fl. 9/11 3tchg 10/2 ipoce. Inquire) 407 W. Height Table. stereo.. RIVER PROPERTY on Santa loads only. ALLEN I.
AM/FM stereo, chrome utility Phone Mark William, for cleaned oiled and ad- WANTIDi Mobile Home Axle Jefferson St. 9/18 tnchg dishes, curtain,, Pe River M mile West ofLchotvckn. TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone"
room car port more .. Information *. Paying the beat price KITCHENETTES a Room. ... information
rims, itlll.under warranty. workshop, beautiful landscaped lutted. $10. Work ) bedspreads, sheets, 782-3173. TFchg
9647189. 10/2 for condition 0..1. .- weekly maid service. TV .
$300 down assume yard with sprinkler 2tpd guaranteed. James good book; record, ihoe*. 964.7355 (Slarke) / CYPRUS LUMBIRi Mod
payment. 782-3117 after Wililolayo" In my home for Strickland. corner MorganRd. 9648331.: 9/11 tnchg AC restaurant and clothe, all sires and much 378-5607' (O'vllle) 9/2S4tpd any
IOO'x6OO' lot six available Including
I. 10/2 2tchg 109SURPLUS system mall children. Ideal for and Hwy 16. TFchg WANTED TO SWAPl 2 lot, lounge Underwood Motel 10/16
JIEPSi Car and outhld of Silver Lake, prison. working mother, 'BACKHOI a IOADM WORK near Gulf between 3 mile North ol Stark on mare. Rain or shine. Rt 3. MCA STEREO AM/FM ( track mantle piece 4"x4"xe";
priced to sell firm located on SR 16,' V4 mile By hour or by|ob. Bradford Panama City and Deitln. Hwy 301. 9/25-10/2 Box 1480. 10/3 tpd and record $350. t"x8"x8'i, Sawdust also
truck available player.
through 48000. Call 4732214. before "loon gate.. Septic Service. 964.8121. Value SI 2.000 lor house 2 BR HOUSE In country, with SAT. *>M t. gas stow: available. Call Stephen
government agency. Many JO/2 2tchgj 10/9 Resonablo rate, experienced ... 10/2 tnchgBRADFORD repairable condition. hade and garden ipace. heater and lot* more 1972Inlo'lIOlIonall 140 tractor Smith .....262... Hampton.;
Mil for under $200.: Call '3500.
with all age SEPTIC TANK Starke area phone 944-6861. I0i 1 Itchg mlK 522 W. Madison, w/equlp. 8/7 tnchg.
312/742-1142 ext. 705 lorInformation 964-6B09. 10/2 Itcng SERVICE Pump-out 1.404.397-2294.,10/2, Itchg APARTMENT 1 BR. Utilities Starke. 10/2 Itchg 964-5263.10/2 Itchg SHRIMP Fresh River Shrimp'far ; .
on how to 9/4"purchase. LOSTFOUNDHealthy WVORCIi do .It yourself Residential commercialand Included. No children no THURSDAY thru till raid New Hegwater... Used your I,....,. Pleate'
a/21 4tchg .
9/18. 10/2. $SO. Call Lake City Induttrlal. Fully(licens- pet. 314 N. Temple Ave. out. 755 Eppenon St. A little sinks and tubi. $1 $IS. call Dully Cheney Green
black 792-1009. 10/2 Inchg Call 964-7344.10/2 Itpd ol Used Interior door and .
moll ed. Phone 964-8131. TFchg BOATS .everything Cove Spring. 284-9755.
17* DATSUN-2 door Air dachshund found 4 mile MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory AVAILABLE! NOV. 1 children' clothe, all wooden frame window 8/14

Cond..l995.00 Adam west on Brownlee Rd. tralnodft..honle.*. Gracious southern home lie*. 10/2 I tpd 10' Taylorway)" disk 3 pt. AUCTIONAntiques
Auto Sale, Keystone 964-6130. Betty. 10/2 I Itchg HELPWANTED US-301 South 9646020. 16' TKI-HULl FISIROLASS conveniently located on ,.4 p.m..Sat..Oct.4 Several hitch 964-5734 alter 4.10/2 furniture.
Height' 4734078. WALKER HOUNDS 3 lemon S/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. Boat w/80 hp Mercury, 1% acre In town. 2 111.2 famllle, baby Item *wIng Itchg glassware, bedroom
177 PINTO Auto Air Cond. and Cater Trailer Bath central heat and air, PEAS U-PICK While Acre
and white 1 block and SMVICISl 9 motor high chair, .tr"lIor. suites, tools plus
Extra white Lost In the Hamptonand year experience In all Call D.'. Reddish ,.,,111I., dove, fireplace, car Beat walker, maternity and Black Eye. $5.00.Whlt.hood many
Clean........2495.00. more Item Auction every
IPMi 11.7 shift full time. carport '250. montfi.
If per
Theresa area seen phases Including taxes and 9647910. 7/17 TFPD. clothe, some furniture Farms, W-100.
I south ofStork
Auto Sole Friday night. ml.
Adam ,
or found please call Daley LPN: 3-11 shift and 7-3 government form. 18 FT. CLASTRON BOATi 225 964.7375. 10/2 Itpd clothe*. bunk beat turn right on 235 North. ,
4734078.Keystone Height' H..*.'. 4733434. 10/2 shift, part-time., 'In progressive 473-7079 after S P.M. 7/3 hp. V-hull. Vinyl top and 4 BR HOUSE love and many mle. Item. All In 496-2895. 10/2 ttpd *IhtonaAuction on 301.
Itpd geriatric IOfllnll. tfchg relrlg $135. mo. 9645161.
It7l VOiAH-2 door, 6 cyl., Call 284-9606 or 2M-9607. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING many deluxe acceworle 10/2 Itchg good condition. 964-7487. REPOSSESSEDMicrowave Service
Air Jut like newl Call 1420 W Pratt. 10/2 Itchll
Auto. 94-1917
10/2 ItchgHOUSEKEEPER MACHINIS cleaned and oven. Famous ,
Cond .......3299.00. ANIMALS MISC wanted to do ervlced. Phone 964.6502. Oalneivllle 3763619. TFN. Motorcycle: VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT AUXILIARY Amana brand. Under war 9/1ltnchg
Adam Auto Sales, cleaning, laundry, cooking next to Telegraph. 9/18 ALUMIN tOATi 17, V bot Fire Hall at Grand ranty. Pay balance due BULLSt Registered and cress
Keystone Height' 8exr Pupil AKC male, and help with 2 children 3tpd 10/2 tom. 7.5 HP Ward Sea and Weldon Street MOlt $217 cash or assume bred. James Gokln,
4734078. tall wormed. 9 King motor and trailer. SUZUKIl! 1979. 1-550. Very, all Items under $19 month.
dock 12-4 p.m. 9 day a week. KEENS TIll SURGEONS. $1.00. 10/2 payments per 9648356. 9/18 tnchg
NEW DATSUN Pickup. long week old. 964-9DOI. 10/2 964-6539.10/2 Very, good condition S499. good condition. Like brand White SewingApplianceCenter. .
Itchg Trimming ,removal 14 yr*., Lake Front lOG ft. an lake
W8, ".peed. Air Cond., Itpdwwwvvwwvwwvi Phone 964.5687 after 6 new. 7823777. 10/2 tpd ItpdClassified 3527 S.W. Archer
Have 55 ft. '
..... Adam ...... experience. '10 SUZUKIl 450 C/SLT with Hampton. Lovely" woodedlot
Save 600.00. ......... bucket. Free estimates..Phone p.m. Ask for Lynn. 10/2 Ads Road' Archer Square In
mile, till under prestige araa.
Auto Sale. Keystone 1 Itpd 36,000 results Plaza Galnewlll Phone
Several 782-3733.9/2SInch9 gets
Height, 473.4078.MISCELLANEOUS. peas I warranty. $1600. 9645517. 376-4466. tfnchg 9/25 $16,730. Owner financing
SHUTTERBUG Varieties good term Jack Court-
10/2 Itchg n_ ____.___ $11.66 PER MONTH
Atoe. Inc. Realtor
35" color TV. Repossessed nay.
Weddings Butter Beans Zenith under warranty.Pay 473-7060 10/2 ,
like. New full bolll matt'. .
Portraits HYTENTIOWHQiflE off balance due $211 **
.. refrlg., oak chest.tabledesk .
Starts coin
HID ONI ADULT for 7.06 Anniversaries Saturday or assume paymentsof
weekly Include I lb. $18.66 per month. White combination'
U-PIck We Pick Sewing/Appliance Center dresser w/mlrror, S
meat dolly choice of 8 or
vegetable and grain free 4M.E w.Madison.St. BUYERS MEMO 3527 S.W. Archer Road ArCher drawer chest, mlic. Hwy
detail Write RK. Rt. I. Starke j 964-6147: ._ aks .. Square PMota.f 100 W follow signs

Box 471. Bokeella Florida %4.7000 or 964-8149 .J3a.lnevllle.. Phone 9644610..10/2Ucbg. .,
33932._9/18. 4tpd 10/9 Joe Sapp- i Int.22'5".22.9Je" 3764466. tfnchg 9/25 Beautiful App. Gelding, ex*
UNCLAIMED LAVAWAVFully cellent how prapect oil

...,...............,...........................mdho....... 4 Barry Whitehead Were You One Of The Bradford Futura.evtemetlc One of Singer Singer 468-2895 shots and or 468-1919.blood tett.I0>2

best model Dos It ell Itpd

without ettechmenta. Buttonhole AUCTION. Sal., Oct. 4 10
*, "' ,n.. stretch
EVERYBODY READS THE Citizens Who Made itltche. *. blind/ hem, ever.cast a.m. All be personal told. Furniture propertywill :
end does (evereldeceretlve
dataware: tool, color TV,
stitches.Originally .
Much sold for IS 19.91. Cloitron boot. and '72
Party left .... Pay off Chevy" Blazer, Many more
Classifieds balance due 144.60 ash miic. Item Geneva Lakes
Estates, 21. between
or payment of $13 per Hwy.
i'y1 month. Trede-lne ee- Melrose and Keyctone.
cepted. While Sewing Look for auction *lgn*.
Center, 3S27 S.W. Archer Southeastern Auction Service .
Sell a home...sell a boat or a car...or I Read. Archer Square *. Col. Randall J.

something as small as a bird. No matter 5 Pleia. Galneivllle. Phone. Campbell 473-7028 or
S76-4446. nchg V/2S 964.8527. 10/2 Itchg
what you are selling. there is a customerout SOFA a CHAIRt Early

there among our 00,000 readers OPPORTUNITIESTeecher : American console tereo.
... Hove, double bed.
who is your potential buyer. Phone All In very, good condition.

today, our classified service person is Salesman Reellter Car Call 964.8216. 10/2 Itchg
w Big company COBRA 85 CB Bae Station
waiting to help you write a classified ad! need personable, greedy 23 Channel with Turner
L uAlmol"AIN happy people who like
super sidekick' mike $50
SO( I money, overage$60O monthly
lor 10 hour weekly. or bait i offer. 964.5602.

Write Opportunity. Box IO/2 llpdBreyhlll
r Call 984-6305 ask for Susan I, 87S1. Jan.. FI 32211. 10 2 hutch. 6 mo. old:
Itpd Kenmore dryer, with 2 yr.
I Own your own Jean Shop. warranty. '79 Oldmoblle
:i direct middle loaded. 9647984. 10 2
go no man
Now You Can Earn Up ToZ6,700 no oleiman fee. Oiler Itchg

Ing all the nationally
known brand such at Jordache. -

All ;' Klein' .Sedgelleld.Vanderbilt Levi Calvin) andover -Lake IIIfI X 436 Geneva: rl. l..itt-

And GetINTEREST 112I % 70 other brand KcMflfUll for IK>0 1If1.|
$14 500. Include beglnn.Inllln".nto" f!. minimum building/ (
airfare for I '
.ill' in llriHlfm'il. ( 1111""'.
to our national warehouse,
training' fixtures and

Grand Opening Promo- PSONa
S I1!
lion. Call S.K. Small at

a- '. Mademoiselle' Fashions ,
I RATE. 9OI-329-8326. 10 2 top-

Jo. 356.6049.24 hra.O .

r-:1ItleJ---" Applications MOBILE HOME Well 'ville i l 177-7t 6. 24 hr. .
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Redtearr's Are Now' Call for Information Drilling
Being Taken' HOMEOWNERS POLICIES : ..... ,. ., ..". MOOILI rK>MIcnyici

Fast Rotary
413.4'40 FOR Florida
or Time Union paper route'In ______ _RATES__ Bob HarrisAOtRA Drilling Equipment

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473.4252 Keystone Olin's Mobile 'M". T1Tfs"UCENSED-

Electric. Repairs Bradford AppliancesServing Of Major a Clay Must thru Phone Friday have 964.516SMonday 9 a.m.,dependable and to S p.m. Phone,FAEE Home ouofn 964-5808 Sales [ ( ( A\ o L C =' IHf4mE' ( SJ PumpsNew 4 Used ..rSalesPartsService AMP'

transportation poll
Counties plaint M. Olin Agent : CALL ST. STARXE FLA.
cash bond. +/n 327 W. ,
Lawrence Blvd Keystone 11- ,,,,h : .. '" 1j ,

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?,** IPM PEn BIRCH'S CONTROL SERVICES 004-5534' GOLD A TO WANTED Z PAWNSHOP : 964-5533 .. .Plu:! !:!51 -

The Mute, Killers .... New'.Installation'
.%i6saasoFor Po lllv* aermtn-floioh. Control 'C,4.. 144 W. Call St. Remodeling Repair

."*** Special' Senior C.mrm R.less 'VESH 9648348 models ........----. '
a e 11 10FILL t ," Wd'have the following Stale, Licensed
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Let ti8 tervteeaffyour '

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71 **** .*. v t..f ji construction "a8/..

1)-) .2 BR 1 Bath ; 3)) 3 BR'- 2 Bath .COMPANY Land Clearing
Tank Installations ,
_...m.. ....._
," 864 N. Roads a Ponds
CnnDiN BROS. "1. ."- .

CALL: 2)) 3BR.2.
954-6750 ,

Steve Cardin:' Owner' 964-7061,.,: 473-3021


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---- Starke Man, 23, Sentenced to 3 Years

I Baldwin Che'vrolet OldssentiQ'1 For Stealing...., Cow Owned by. Hance' Thornton, 'I

throwing a projectile: Into a vehicle,
A -)'eaId Starke man, David A third defendant, William Seeber aggravated battery and battery.
Morrison, was sentenced to three Starling of Starke.had the grand theft Those charges stem from a May 20 incident -',
years In for steeling a charge against him dropped when ha in which Morrison is charged
cow last state was slated to be a state witness with throwing two bricks into a truckIn
Bradford County Judge Elzle S. against the other two. which his sister and six other pea-
Sanders sentenced: Morrison to theprison As part of plea negotiations Mor- riding his
term Monday Sept. 29, in rison will have other charges dropped sister In the nose band along it.. .
Bradford County Circuit Court. Mon against him. ,Those charges
rison and codefendant David Ran
I dolph Stephens, 30, of Starke
I previously had pled guilty to grand Woman Given ProbationMonday I
theft of a cow belonging to Hance B.
Thornton. .
1 Several months ago Judge Sanders 28-year-old Starke woman, ClaraJ. Sept. 29. Thornton had been
placed Stephens on probation for two Thornton, has been placed on one charged with battery of a law enforce-
years after receiving a recommendation { year probation Monday Spet. 29 ment officer but pled guilty to the
from Assistant State Attorney Circuit Court In Starke for each of two lesser battery charge. Two counts of
Tom Elwell. Stephens, according to counts of battery. .' arrest with violence were
t court records, had no other convictions. Bradford County Judge Elzle S. resist
/ S 79jf J Sanders handed down the sentence Thornton admitted striking former
Starke Police Officer Asa Sharp whois
now a member of the Starke Fire
Department, In the face with her fist,
ObituariesMrs. kicking Starke Police Lt. Denton
Devoe while the two were trying to arrest
her last March 8 during a
.Olga Barbara Moore Mrs.Annie Jollenbeck domestic disturbance.

Mrs. Olga,Barbara Moore 67. of) Mrs. Annie Jollenbeck. 83, Berlin The probation terms are to be con-
Lake Geneva, died at the AI.chua Germany, died Monday, September current. Judge Sanders listed additional
h General Hospital in Gainesville 29 from Injuries sustained In an terms of her probation, prohibither
Saturday morning,Sept.27,following automobile accident last week. from frequenting places where
a sudden Illness. Survivor Include: two daughters alcoholic beverages are sold and require
Born In Massachusetts Aug. ':27, Mrs. Annerose Whlffen, Starke andMrs. her to attend alcohol abuse pro-
1913,Mrs.Moore lived in Miami for 23 .' Chrlsta Garavito Miami; two gram. Records show Thornton was
years before moving here 4 years ago. grandchildren and one great grand- drunk at the time she, was arrested.
She was formerly employed as a child.
bookkeeper by L. Larla It Son Houseof Funeral services were held this
Silver In Miami. Mrs. Moore was a week in Germany.Dr. .
member of the St. Williams Catholic House Burns,
kII Church member of St. William Arson SuspectedA
Women'l Guild; and Office manager
for Keystone Heights Information frame house was destroyed by
Referral Service. MinderDr. fire Wednesday Sept. 24 at 2:36 p.m.,
i Survivors Include: her husband, .John according to records of the Starke
John Minder of Melrose died Fire Department..
J. Moore; three daughters,
Eileen Sylvester Wilson Sommerset,Ky.,Joanna Saturday, Sept. 27, after an illness of An Investigation Is being conductedby
Motter, Keystone Heights and several months.Dr. the Bradford County Sheriffs
Kathy Johnson, Jacksonville; one Minder was the founder of Lake Department and the state fire: manshays
son, Sylvester (Ed) Moore, Sunrise, Swan Camp and Conference grounds.A office.
II N N ( 4. c $F Le Fla. twelve grandchildren and two native of Akron Ohio he came to Fire Chief Bobby Lewis told the'
great; grandchildren.The Melrose in 1921, after completing his Telegraph the unoccupied house was
Rosary Service was held in the formal education.Dr.Minder Is an ordained owned by Leber Neror Ferguson and
chapel of Jones Funeral Home) Mon- minister of the Christian and estimated damage was $2/500. The
day evening. Funeral Mass was at 10 Missionary Alliance and a former house was located on Old Lawtey
of the Southeastern Road at of Street.
a,m.Tuesday In St.Williams Catholic superintendent the edge ) Crosby
Church with Father Michael Williams District. For many years Dr. Minder "It was set," Lewis lays. '
has been also associated with Trinity
v officiating.) Burial was in Keystone
directionof College of Dunedin, Fla. as a professor
Heights Cemetery under the
and Car ShowIn
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. trustee.Dr. Antique
Minder has devoted his life to
Palatka Oct. 4 & 5
the training and preparation young
let your Chevy dealer! Alvin W. KirklandAlvin men and women for Christian service. Take trip back to the days of the
Early in the 40's he invited one of the horseless carriage when you attend
give you a Waif Disney World holiday! W. Kirkland. who lived at "Precher Boys"from Trinity Collegeto this year's annual "Antique Car
617 Pinewood Drive. Starke died at speak at a church In Palatka. That Show' sponsored by the Azalea City
Fall Is a great time of the)year to look Into ahead In small cars..ahead In front-wheel his home Friday afternoon following( young man, studying under Dr. Lions Club of Palatka
the Chevrolet for a sudden attack. Minder is now) the world renown Dr. The Antique Car Show will take
exciting new lineup 1981. drive
cars..ahead full-size
In cars..ahead In
) Born in Nichols, Ga., Oct. 30, 1920,
Billy Graham. John Minder is men place at the fair grounds in East
It's also the Ideal lima for WALT\/ DISNEY
technology. Mr. Kirkland moved to Starke in 1953
tioned in each of the biographies of Palatka Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 4
WORLD visit. And right now Baldwin You'll b. ahead, too, because you'll b. from Waycross, Ga.He worked for 28 the famous evangelist who Is andS.
Chevrolet-Olds Inc., will glv. you a fun-filled enjoying the Vacation Kingdom at to tlm..xpen..pald years as a mechanic with the Her- presently In Japan, but has sent a Saturday morning at 10 a m. theAzalea
holiday at the WALT DISNEY cules Powder Co., retiring In 1973. He message to be Included In the City Lions will. hare a .
when cooler and crowds
temperatures or. veteran of WW II.
was an Army
WORLD memorial service. "Parade of Cars" crossing the St
Kingdom wh.n
you any fewer Survivors include his wife, LeonaT. '
or. : The memorial service was held In Johns River into downtowti Plalatkiland
1981 Chevy car or truck. So get the best of two worlds: A world of, Kirkland; one daughter, Bobble Minder Hall at Lake Swan Camp ((3 then returning to the fair
It's as .o.y as that. Buy a 1981 Chevy car engineering craftsmanship, driving comfort, r a Ann Nettles, Jacksonville;Edwards two stepdaughters miles east of Melrose) Monday, Sept. grounds.The .

or truck...gst a two-day one night WALT features galore, and gas economy when! you Velmarle 29, at 2 P.M. with Rev. Ralph Godwin parade will feature many of the
Theressa and Bessie Lee Brookins,
DISNEY WORLD visit for up to four its the buy a 1981 Ch.vy car or truck; and all the Greenvile, Tenn. two sons Steve officiating. Burial' was in Melrose more) than 100 entries In this year'scar
Cemetery with the DeWitt C. Jones show. Old cars won't be the only
Fall Fun-Far-All of WALT DISNEY WORLD vislt-at-lts- Starke and Ronnie L.
magic a Kirkland
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights in classics there; car clubs from all over
Now's the time to tee your Baldwin b.st. Kirkland Hornervllle) Ga.; three charge of) arrangements.Dr. the southeast will be displaying col-
Chevrolet-Olds dealer. He has outstanding Stop by Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds, Inc. today step-sons Edgar H. Dukes Boston, Minder is survived by his wife lections of Edsels, Corvettes
Mass., J.C. Dukes and J.W. Dukes and i
new 1981 Ch.vys for you to ..., to test drive, and slid behind the wheel of a superb both of Starke; one brother Otis Lorene Mrs. Ruth Clifton Reed Minder Melrose; two and sisters Mrs. others.Thunderbirds Studebakers

to buy. And, when you sea the n.w Chevys, 1981 Chevy Now, during the> "Fabulous Fall Kirkland Waycross,Ga.; two sisters. Frieda Tyre, Sanford; one brother Competition In the Annual Car
you'll know why Chevy Is way ahead In '81 Fun-For-AIII" Lucille carter. Waycross. Ga., and Fred L. Minder Tustin, Calif., and Show begins Saturday at 12:30: gate
Lois Bishop, Jacksonville; and six: numerous nieces and nephews.In will close Saturday at S p,m.; and Sun-
grandchildren.Funeral lieu of flowers. Dr. Minder has day at 3.
services were held at 3 requested that contributions be madeto The Azalea City Lions Club of
Final CUrniIOPI p.m.Sunday,Sept.28,in the Chapel ofDeWitt a mission project in Zaire Africa Palatka sponsors many events
C. Jones Funeral Home) with In care of Friendship Bible Church throughout the year to financially
Rev. O.D. Giles officiating Burial Keystone Heights of which Dr. support their service to the many
was in the family plot In Crosby Lake
Minder member. In the
was a visually handicapped area.
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Palatka Escapes 2720The .


chance was there. from the outside to bat down a up their fifth turnover when the ob-
With four minutes and seconds togo Palatka punt' and give BHS posses vlous onsldes kick by Clark
In what was supposed"to be a sion at the Panther eight. Randy ricocheted off a Palatka frontlinerand I
mismatch between the itate's ninth-/ Parado ran the ball to the four and was cradled by Mike Jordan at Y ".l'r 7a
ranked class AAA team-Palatka- quarterback Bill Goodge scored his the Panther 47. No matter that aa a
and Bradford High's/ wlnloss Tor-. third TD of the game,taking the ball Tornado Coach David Rune pointedout
nadoes the Panthers were scared. the last four stripes after pulling the afterward: the play should not
Their coaches were scared. ball out of Parado's belly. The Panthers -. have been ruled a luccesful: _ides
Their rambunctious: hometown fans blocked Kenny Clark's conver- kick since the Palatka man touchedthe
were scared... and suddenly hushed. sion try but BHS was still within ball before it had traveled 10
Palatka was teetering on its perch 27-20. BHS still had the ball and the t
In the Florida top ten because the 0-2 With 4.50 to go Palatka still had but stage was set for Bradford's first
Tornadoes had the ball on the Pan- to hold onto the ball with its sprinter- win of 1880.
ther 47 and were within one score at speed ground attack a force that
27-20 of pulling off a gigantic upset. with help from shoddy BHS tackling,
Moments ebrller BHS had put pins In racked up 278 yards and fueled TD More BHS-Palitka Page 4C
a 27-14 Palatka cushion when corner- marches of 60,65, eo, and 34 yards.It Panther Quarterback Cuts Against Grain
back Kenny Ethertdge had sliced In couldn't. The Panthers coughed Palatka quarterback Clayton Beauford turn an option lain while Frank Swindell ((75). Kevin Reddish, (S1>,. and
upfleld at safety Brian Thomas((12 at led) comes up to conCharley Brown ('7) try to make up for lost ground.

( (PlruU0 Will Raiders Keep BHS Guessing ? 1

The hardest thing about getting the and Rickards games the Raiders ran stead are relishing the chance to Willie White (12). Wideout Sam
Tornadoes ready for Alachua Santa the ball 21 times on first down passed prove themselves against a passing Johnson ((22) possesses "blazing
Fe, say Bradford High coaches 'Is 20 times. On second down they team after facing three straight running speed" say Tornado scouts.
not getting the team mentally readyto ran the ball 12 times and passed 16. clubs. Best Raider defenders say the
bounce back from the three open- Third down calls will obviously be "This is going to be a different type scouts are linebackers Wesley Terry
Ing season 1 losses. It's figuring out based more on the situation than of pressure for us," Hartley said. ((80) and John Williams ((43).
what the visiting Raiders are going anything else. "We've been looking for the run and And as for the Tornadoes, the
"They Keep you loose, you can't just making sure passes don't coaches say 0-3 doesn't mean downin
Fe,which moved its record to really concentrate on anyone behind us. Now well be looking get the dumps.
r r 2-1 with a 27-15 win over Tallahassee thing," admitted BHS coach David the pass. I think It's something we "In my group they all feel like we
Rickards last Friday,has shown lit- Hurse. "They run a wide open attack need at this point. The kids In the could be 3-0 just as easily as 0-3 and
tle of what coaches call with a little bit of everything in it. secondary are a little more enthusiastic they're as good as if we
"tendencies"telltale signs that They try to spread you out all over to about this game becauseof were 3-0, Hartley said. "Nobody's
hint to scouts what a teams favorite find a weakness and then they'll go' the change in offense. This mightbe griping or dejected."
plays are. If the Raiders have a after it. And that little Ham kid will the game that'll put us(the defen- Thomas, noting that the Tornadoes
favorite way of doing things they've present problems. We'll have to stop sive backfield) where we want to be three losses have come by a total of
kept it pretty well concealed In a him to win." if we can have a good game againsta 12 points also said BUS could easily
jumble of other methods through The Ham kid Hurse talked about is passing team." be sitting at 3-0 and predicted that
their opening three ames, which Santa Fe quarterback Tracy Ham,a If Santa Fe's goal Is to keep BHS "if we beat Santa Fe we can win a lot
also include a 21-14 win over Ocala small but strong-armed Junior. guessing what will the Tornado of football games this year."
Vanguard and a 14-6 loss to "He's got a super-strong"said defense J.7 "Up front we're. going to "We Improved over our first two
Gainesville Buchholi. Tornado Secondary Coach Mike play the run first Thomas ballgames," Hurse said of the
"Usually there's some kind of Hartley. "In the films against answered. "The secondary's going Palatka game. "Now we have to profit
tendency,"noted Tornado Defensive i[ Buchholz he was getting a rush and to play the pass first. We'll play from our mistakes. To win we
Front coach Jimmy Thomas. "But back-pedaling and still throwing the every down like Its a run then if they have to eliminate those mistakesand
'Covering a Loose Ball we broke it down and they run and I ball 15 to 20 yards on a line. He can show pass we'll react to it." the defense has to come of age.
Tornado fullback Mike Jordan coven a Tornado fumble while teamatei Ricky pass Just about the same amount of i throw it 50 yards with accuracy." When Ham does throw the most We still have lettermen not coming
Grlffli (70 Handing). Randy Luke (61 at left), and Bruce Rehberg (below Luke) times on each down.* Hartley says his defensive backs likely recipients are tight end Andy through for us and if they don't come
are also In the picture. Broken down.from the Buchholz aren't worried about Ham, but In- Weeks (number 84)) and pro-man through this time we'll be hurting."

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I J r. Midgets Blank Union 24The I

Bradford Junior Midget Digga and Francis had Intercep ly being Hankerson (. tackles) I.,
Cowboys won a shoot-out with the tions and Gillingham recovered his Tony Davis (UI), Clint Jenkins andsecond
Union County Bengali at high noon fumble to end any late Lake Gilunghara (4. each).
Saturday by a score of M-0. Butler hopes. The' offensive line led by center\
The Cowboy' insured the second Aaron Mathew again led the defenMike Chappell, guards Jess McS-
victory against no defeats early, sive unit with 11 tackle and a..lsts. wain and Davis, and tackles Jenkins =
scoring on their second offensive with. other playing tough defensiveand Glllingham.?
series of the day with Gerald Brown
S blasting In from the two to cap a six
play-25 yard
quarterbacks Rdriovbertslrovyad!
John David Francis and a safety
tackle by Barry Boiwell added to the 1' I -
bulge.It .
was In the second quarter that
Bellamy ran right on a quarterback
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I ,. option cut back to his left,and raced
26 yards to put the Cowboys up ia-0.
This time Francis toed the extra I I
point for a 14-O lead.

The defense mounted an offensive / 1 11 r
drive in the third quarter to give the
Cowboy a safety and up the lead to
184) Alter Francis angled a 31 yard 1
punt out. at the Bengal 14 Jimmy
Hankerson and Clinton Jenkins '
sacked the Union quarterback for a
nine yard loss. Hankerson added a
r5N Will ". 'i1. top four yards behind the line and
V4t _. t ,Boswell then caught the .QB .In the
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end zone.

JV Cheerleaders Provide the After Brown returned the ensuing
Spirit dice Stroud. Second row-Mlchell Stlllwefl., Angel Folsom free kick 13 yards to the Lake Butler 1I
These pretty Junior Varsity cheerleader have the Tina Bowen Lisa Dukes, and Sadie McDuffle. 36 and the Cowboys went right to
tough Job of being on the sideline trying to urge The girls will be cheering In SI.Auguitlne for a 7 p.m. work upping the margin. Bellamy
the whiles Baby Tornado ,ridden on to their first vic game tonight (Thursday Oct. 2/> Next Thursday Oct. 9, threw to Brown for five yards and
tory. The girls are l-ri First row-Donna Thornton, Larl the JV footballers will host Clay High on Bradford Field at Tony Dlggs for 14 and two penaltiesput
Ann Johns, Mishell Brown. Kathy Gllllnl lam. and Khan- 1 p.m. the ball at the four where Fran- I I I I I
cis took It into the endzone and add-
ed the two-point kick for the final. 1
I Tornado JV's Looking for Win .

Bradford High's Baby Tornadoes He did say his bunch hung tough
are at St. Augustine today Thurswith the JV Hurricanes of GHS last
day. October 2, for a 4 p.m. afternoon week trailing just s-o at the half
date with the JV Yellow before wearing down as the 'Canes 5 Piece Place
Jackets still searching for their first poured on fresh troops. "John Bennett -
TD and first victory of the I960 Stephen Spell and Robby Godwin '
season played real well for us,"Stevens F RE E Setting ofStoneware
After 12-0 and 264) losses to teams pointed out.We just couldn't get any ,
from Eastside and Gainesville High offense going. We had some drives !
that had the BHS jayvees outmannthat went, but then little mistakes
ed In both size and numbers Coach offsides, that type of thing wouldRick RECEIVE DETAILS AT STORE
Stevens was asked if the St. kill us."
Augustine game finally means a tussle -
with somebody about the TorThe Junior varsity Tornadoes come EVERYTHING WE SILL HAS A -
nado's size: "Yeah, I sure hope so," back home for a 7 p.m. meeting with SWEET JUICY RED ::.
Stevens answered. Clay High next Thursday, Oct. 9. MONEY DELICIOUSAPPLES -.


9th-Graders Open CampaignThe

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BHS freshman team bubbling mjdad." Included in that talent is a BAG
with a youthful enthusiasm and itcorps of better than half dozen .
ching to go up against an opponent, players who have saw action in the
takes to the field for the first time first two JV games.
Tuesday Oct. 7, traveling to MacThe ninth graders are: 68 68 38t;
clenny to knock heads with the Cribbs, Don and Doug Green, Eric
Baker County fresh team. Lane Richie Fender!Tom Johnson

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If you can volunteer A bushel of harriers started the girl race Including run- George Loper's Roadrunner program. I
your timeor
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Bill Gunter and diughwr Rachel 4VThis BILL GUNTER CAMPAIGN
1020 East Street
Bradford High's girls cross country ran In winning the Open Non-Varsity School next Tuesday. Oct. starting
Tallahassee,Florida 32301
is Bill Gunter team ran its dual meet record to 2-0 (mostly JV) division of the Greater at 3:30 p.m.
Phone:904/878-4132 and eighth grader Linda DeWitt Jacksonville Invitational run at The Roadrunners, who Loper has
Pleas*make checks payable to'Citizens broke her own Bradford Middle Bishop Kenny last Saturday.
long coached and
FLORIDA NATIVE: Bom in Jacksonville reared farm outside Live Oak now hopes will provide
on a
; for Bill I Bunter Committee"Bill School 2-mile record in a cross coun- Tiffany Griffin was second overall a feeder for the
FLORIDA EDUCATED: Suwannee Cty.public schools, University of Florida meet In Starke first school for high
try Tuesday. and the high scorer school,also run In all the home meet.*.
FLORIDA VETERAN: United States Army The BHS girls outscored Baldwin BHS with a 13:52: time and the other
FLORIDA TEACHER: Suwannee Elem & Orlando Edgewater High School 22-37 (low score wins In cross coun- Lady Tornadoes scoring against
FLORIDA BUSINESSMAN: Former insurance agent&corporate executive ** try) while Baldwin won over the Tornado Baldwin were Jennifer Nix,2nd 15:04: ,
CHURCH LEADER: Served as Baptist Church deacon and Sunday School boys "team", which consists on- Pam Hawkins, 4th 16:05: Pam Pratt, 40
teacher un ate t ly of ninth-grader Timmy Gonzales.The 7th 17:19.: and Carol Fussell,8th 17:58.:
FAMILY MAN: Wife Teresa,sons Bart,17 Joel.15,and daughter Rachel,4"bDDMPCM BMS Roadrunners of Coach Bradford's Tina Best 17:50,and Lynn
.. ...... George I/nnw. the high finished]
S Caf1CD "" '4R" "'4'4 o.0IIIB0 IIC Sm now whool Itper, 18:34: ninth and tenth
the high school race.
:yn the boys side Gonzales ran 25:45
1YOU ? the wet, sloppy three mile course
resday, off his Saturday time of
". :40. The girls had also clocked bet-
r times In Jacksonville Saturday as
ey finished 13th in a field of 19
ams.Grlffls ran 13:21 for 53rd place
nong 130 girls, while Nix ran :
awkina 15:54, Pratt 17:04: i
fll: Tina Best 17:17: and Loper
,::5&. The Lady Tornadoes won their
Plus first dual run by forfeit when Clay
'Ugh didn't show up. Pam Lotoie also
an in that "exhibition". BUS had to
Savings C S H ory un In Loper order explained.to assume the forfeit vic- ,

"We're Improving steadily I'm
In tt
A rory satisfied with their progress" ... and the
Loper said after the meet Tuesday. ...Finish
He noted that after the big Bishop Roadrunner club, member Linda
Kenny meet Kenny Jacksonville Lee, DeWitt (right) and Lady Tornado
CAN'TBUY CHS,and Buchholz look like the classof junior Tiffany Griffis (left) were the
FYNE SPEED the 17-school District II, "then first two finishers across the line.
I BETTER there's a tossup between St. DeWitt,an eight grader running only
'OLEOQUARTERS Augustine, Palatka and us. so it'll be on an exhibition basis led from
...SO WHY Interesting." start to finish and crossed In 12:49:
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PAY MORE? the home course behind the Middle the high school race with a 13:52: time.
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-- BHS Girls 3-3


f I Toe Lady Tornado volleyball team 15-10 win In game two. Lisa Alvarez I
wen two of three games last week- served three straight hardtohandleserves 4
sandwiching wins over Gainesville In a four-point run that put 12hNI
High and Mlddleburg around adisappointing BHS up 13-2, and after St. Augustine
d. lass to St. Augustine rallied back to within 13-10 a dump
A to pffl Its record to 3-3 on the season.The spike by Hope Jackson and a service
Bradford girls host powerful ace by Terri Thomas gave the Lady
Santa Fe tonight,Thursday,October Tornadoes the win. )-, f
2, in the BUS gym before going to It looked like they would carry the v -
Macclenny Monday, October 6 and momentum into game three, taking I
}y u returning to the home floor for a the 7-3 lead as Vaunda Brown and I
Tuesday October 7, match against Thomas. controlled the nets, but I
Hawthorne. mistakes St. Augustine pass BHS,
leaving Bradford a 15-8 loser in the
BUS Mlddleburg 0 decider.
The Lady Tornadoes aced Mid- "We just made too many
dleburg's first-year team 1S-5 and mistakes," Coach Harvey said,
15-10 Tuesday night at home. shaking her head too emphasize her
y Coach Inez Harvey said she feeling that BHS should have won.
couldn't single out any of the "Hope hustled more than anyone,
starters Lisa Alvarez, Hope she played alertly."
Jackson, Vaunda Brown, Tracy
Hankerson, Terri Thomas, or Lorraine BUS 2.GIIS 1
At Bass but said all played well. I Bradford's second win of the season
Freshman Vaunda Kay Hall saw came over GHS in Gainesville last
her first action in the second game Thursday with scores of 15-13, 3-15,
and served four points. 15-6
The Lady Tornadoes were down 7-3
% St.Augustine 2-BUS 1 and 13.6 Before clawing back to win
The Lady Tornadoes let oppurtunl- game one as Lorraine Bass served
ty slip away against the visiting 11 of the 15 points won, including the .
t Lady Jackets Monday night, seeinga last nine in a row ::.
1 l 7-5 advantage dissolve into a 13-8 After the hosts won easily in game
t1, win for St.Augustine in the third and two BHS fought back as Tracy Digging Up a Spike
t 1 deciding game of this exciting Hankerson served for a 6-0 lead and Lady Tornado Hope Jackson
match. Terri Thomas delivered the last six retrieves a spike by St.Augustine and
St. Augustine had won the opener points. "We looked more as a team sets It back up to the front line In Moif
15-4 before BHS stormed back with a Against GHS," Coach Harvey said day night's volleyball match. :s
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The Battle Above the Net ':

Maybe not the most Important, but certainly" the most exciting Here Bradford' Vaunda Brown (at left wltn pigtails flyIng -
I facet of volleyball I.a battle at the net between front- ) bangs a spite over a St.Augustine defender Lady Tor-
liner nado Lisa Alvarez look on from behind Brown. Pepsi Hot Shot Deadline is FridayThe I

Starke Recreation Departmentwill ding to the toughness of the shot. For girls cannot have reached their 16th
be sponsoring a local Pepsi Hot instance a layup Is worth two points birthday before June I, 1981; 16.18E:
. Poor Tackling is Getting Attention Shot competition in October. while a 24.foot shot from the top of where competitors can't have reached
sponsored' they key is worth five and a IS-footer their 19th birthday by June 1;:
The competition by from the corner bags three points. 1981. ;:
If there's one phase of the game Few defensive players were highly! Sophomore Brian Thomas. got Pepsi-Cola with the cooperation of The local event will be Thursday, No high school or college players
Bradford High's football team Is get praised after the loss, though another start at free safety and the National Basketball Association, October 9. at 3 p m. are allowed to compete. ::
ting extra work on after last week's linebacker Kevin Reddish had 11 Hartley said "we're waiting for Is a basketball shooting contest Everyone who participates:
loss to Palatka and before the coming and noseguard Brian to come through like he can. measuring the ability of youngsters There will three age groups in both receives a certificate while winner*
game with Santa Fe It's tackling. ny Wright had nine stops and He's still getting his feet on the aged 9-18 to score from different the girls and boys divisions:: !9-12:: for and runners-up get a patch and::: t
Pure out bringing the opposing assists. ground back: there after starting out spots on the court. Players have one contestants who are nine before or medallion :: I
ballcarrier down. at cornerback. minute to fire off all many baskets as on 1 19)10) and The deadline for
Secondary coach Mike Hartley said It's different from May not 13 before signing up is Frl-s
The Tornadoes missed too many "my group looked good in spots but back there, know he's looking at the they can,with points awarded accor- June I, 1981; 13-15: where boys and day, October 3,1980. II
tackles against' the speedy Panthersand we had Just average games overall. whole picture."
they re paying for It this week David Sparks had his best game of -
with extra tackling drills."We're the year and Kenny Etheridge had Offensive line coach Carlton Faulk
just spending alotmmore another pretty good game. As far as said his group improved over the
time on the tackling the first three games Kenny's been Eastside game. "Ricky Griffis and "
sive Front coach Jimmy Thomas the most consistent. Dwayne Bruce Rehberg both had their best VlakeupfOI
said with his answer to the defensive McBride (making his second start) games of the season and everybodyelse
woes. "We were in good position at did a good job he was in position on is still getting better. Overall
times against" Palatka,we just missed that one long bomb they threw and we've still got a long way to go : ,
people. got an offensive interference call." though."
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The Tornadoes had already shown delayed another week. All night long fourth and five
they could bully the Panther defense Goodge and his running mates had Jordan desperation screen to \
was diagnosed Palatka's
around, totaling 224 yards on the had trouble connecting on the outside Keith Higginbothom and by
went for
night with Goodge keeping for 87 :
option pitch and on first down mere two yards. The Panthers
markers and Jordan moving for 72 from the 47 the BHS senior tried to out the 29 seconds that remained ran I II II I
more on 21 chances. Center Bruce deal the ball out but pitched too hard the Tornadoes tried in vain to I
Rehberg and tackle Ricky Griffis off Jordan. The ball took the funny loose a fumble. pry
were doing most of the bounces a football is famous for tak-
the Palatka defensive front. Aped ing, careening off at least five
by the four Panther -w -) -
previous turnovers Jerseys before finally taking rest in li MrM_ la44.1U
a fumble recovery and in- Panther Tim s
Brinson's hands at the l i>m* O-m
terception by David Sparks, Tornado 30, 27 yards behind the 14 *..I*. IIin
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Etheridge's blocked punt, and Jordan' original line scrimmage. 1.2.1
dive on the onsides kick- the Palatka grinded down to the BHS d-/- -- 2.a.
Tornadoes had never let the favored seven, third and inches, before QB 41 -.... d-1
Panthers open up a margin.A Clayton Beauford fumbled the ball
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60 yard march capped by a 25 to Charley Brown, but only 1:39 was _. t L
yard Goodge scramble ;for the score left and BHS had 85 yards to go. .._I rd.w(MuMiU kMi. )
cut a 13-0 Palatka lead in half as the The time was too little and yardage r-onmiiin a rt.m(kM MM % OYsffiGr
first period ended and after Sparks'! too long for Bradford as ..On l .r. --(Of*kMO. ) '
screen ;
recovery at the Panther 34 Goodge pass to Jordan was rushed and fell .9w.._S t rd.rdw.--.I.((tl..&Nd, ) /1'//1 ,
scored again on a third and goal Incomplete, a sideline throw bounced ..S.w Y rd..r((15.3 M 1/d.) / I
from the one-and-a-half to pull Brad- off Brian Thomas' hands, and a ..O***.4 HU( .*ttodlitf) '. rf(1A' 'r ,
ford within 20.14 at the half.
But Palatka survived and the Tornadoes o:: c::::;: I
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