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 9, 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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Southslda Elementary School' top fifth and sixth grade athletSi?boys --
and girls, made like Bruce Jenner last Thursday, competing hi'the) first
Southstde decathlon competition.. $**,,
No It wasn't the Olympics, but It was a test of tits, young athtttH*skill In
10 different event ranging from running, jump pond tttrowlng to
pultupa and free throw shooting : < qa i -112. :
The action pictured Is: top letLisa Tierney.the air is champion with S5
total points,stretching out her running broad jump &" middle Hope Donnelly, cocking r back to toss the'sottbatl, bdttolri'left
\ boys champ Richie Taylor straining past Lori Sapptln,the time!! MO.)aroidash ;;J
; and bottom light Greg Pittman hefting himself npln thotpuffups.#
Strawberries Heaven
The best competitors from each class were InvdtoeoThunidSa&lwIthUa The Sweetest This Side of

F"A and Richie winning trophies as the champions onh.first-time'event
"It worked out real well, we'll probably try do it every year,"Southslde 102nd Year STARKE. FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
!'.E. teacher Gayle Lee said of the competition. J I '.". '..it*,(*(* 12th Issue 'fIun.day.Odober9,1980 USPS 082-700
Events were free throw shooting 3CM1econcf.baaaetball. (
drill, standing board Jump, running broad jump 90 yard! %dash, 100 yard
dash, football throw for boys and Softball throw for glfls}and pullups for '
boys and flexed arm.hang for girls \' '

ryy Final Point Top Five Standings ;.*' Bart Wins by 24 Votes ,

Boy: Girls t ,
"' '. 'R1ehleTaylor 31 Lisa Tierney 35 t
;. 1. Jason Brown 38 Peggy Pettaway 32
.. It. James Martin 38 Barbara Wood 30
GresjPIUman 33 Misty Grlftls. II"

) '. Stacey Lloyd ,32 LwrtSapp *8 Voters with State Trend


Bradford feed store operator 1 the state's 3,597 precincts reporting:
( Homer Hart narrowly defeated Hawkins 154,437
." .former Starke city commissioner and Frey! 108,031
:" bulldozer operator Wilbur Waters by
.,- 24 votes In the District 5 county com State Senate
mission run-off election Tuesday,Oct. District 6Unofficial

7. returns received by the
Vs Big surprise was the straw ballot In'' Telegraph at the time the paper went
rINr which a fire tax district was approved
;: ,. to press Indicate Gainesville
c ',q wYe 3-1 by county voters, 1,885 to 664. (See Developer George Kirkpatrlck had a
1 adjoining article.) 3,935 vote lead over Gainesville insurance .
hA Fifty-eight percent of the county's rr. .' man Perry McGrlff, Jr., In
:; ."' voters, more than the 40 percent the runoff primary for the
l predicted by Superivisor of Registration Democratic nomination.
Neva Flynn went to the polls for
jf'{ ,'!" r r 1r the one local run-off, a U.S. senate Bradford County Returns Include:

00JW.#.\.......,. run-off; five Constitutional amend- Kirkpatrick 2.133
., ments, and the straw ballot on a fire McGriff 1,404Klrkpatrick
tax district.. carried 11'of the 16'
a Bradford voted with state trend in counties in the district using the
all races Including approval of the strategy of concentrating in the rural
'to'I amendments. areas lie campaigned heavily in this .
< Insurance commissioner Bill area during the last' two.weeks of the
Gunter beat Incumbent U.S. Senator campaign. '
Dick Stone 2V4 to 1 here and 54 to 46 "I think it'. basically a lot of little
percent statewide. On the Republicanside Homer Hart... folks In all those counties have worked
,.Paula Hawkins handily turned Wins District 9 county commission as hard as' they could work,"
back former congressman Lou Frey, seat by 24 votes In run-off. Kirkpatrick says..
A 'Jr. for the Republican nomination for He-pointed out that he turned

the U.S. Senate. Mrs.. Hawkins and votes to Hart's 77, but It was not several counties around by hard cam,
Gunter will face off in the Nov. .4 enough to overcome Hart's lead paigning after the primary, and the
General Election Waters served four years on the voting seemed to bear that out.
Hart was almost 700 votes behind as Starke City Commission and is a McGriff during the campaign had
Waters led' a five-man field in the former Starke Police Officer and until favored the ERA as a county commis-
primary last month.. Hart will succeed recently owned a meat market In sioner in Alachua County, but chang
",Commissioner Hazel Paulk, Starke. He has been In the bulldozing ed his mind and came out against it
I-. w Nov.' 18 on the commission., Mrs. business for some time. early In the. senate race.Kirkpatrick's .
Paulk did not seek a new term. Hart owns Moonlight Enterprises advertisements
Results including absentee ballots: which has its headquarters on SR-100 depicted McGriff as favoring- both.
(Only the Hart-Waters vote counts at the Bradford-Union County line In ERA and gun control.:

1 1L4w here include absentees, ) the western part of the county Hart t\
See Wins. Page
The County Commission will now
Hart 2.025 have two new members when they
Waters 2,001 reorganize in December after

Haft Captured nine: of the 15 Lawrence Mosley and Hart' ,*-take. office .
Nov. 18. si
precincts' and before the absentees ., unseated veteran conrrtnt ilionet ...
ballots were counted Wednesday,,'" Mosley!! At''rvjg.iXownCrier
-Dave Shuford last month.. .
ring, Oct.-T. led Waters by 49 vote
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Commissioner Maxie, Carter.: Jr., 1
1,948 to 1,899. Waters got 102 absentee.r'
will aloo start a new term on the same
day as the two newcomers.,

i Fire Tax OK Vote of ,. ,Says Chief U.S.Democrat Florida Senate Insurance CommissionerBill srr.ar..aTH.VRIQAY

Gunter unseated first term in-
.. In one of the biggest surprises of volunteers,. and a mandate money until November' Heilbron, New River, Graham and cumbent Richard (Dick) Stone to win
Tuesday's voting, Bradford County's chase the new equipment volunteer departments the Bradford County Volunteers bas- the Democratic nomination for U.S.
volunteer fire departments gained a Improve fire protection in make,out for another ed in Starke. Senate.
three to one endorsement at the polls corporated areas. 115,750 tentatively The fire tax district proposition wasa The race was a most bitter one bet- :" ." :4/11"
In 1980-81 budget even If straw ballot authorized by the County 'j.. \ ,
when 1,885 voters In the county's unincorporated "Only one precinct ween the men. Gunter overwhelmingly \'.
Areas approved a specialtax CNo. 2, East Lawtey) voted .. Commission and is not mandatoryon carried Bradford County and on a '....."
district that would provide a one Abe tax district," Green .. Wednesday that no the board to create The district statewide basis led his opponent by a
mill levy for fire protection If the. Property Appraiser Jimmy yet been made for would be Implemented by a special comfortable margin with 67 percent .QCIQ49-P..v
district Is created by ordinance. estimated] that the new tax fire-fighting equip- ordinance which must be approved by of the state's total vote was tabulatedas GREAT AMERICAN
Only 654 voters opposed the Issue. approximately $123,000 volunteer fire sta- the board before becoming effective. this paper went to press. CIRCUS
Harry Green chief of the Bradford. which is over $100,000 more but that a meeting .Green said 'Wednesday that the Bradford County Totals: Bradford County Fairgrounds
Commission will be held at an ear- volunteer fire departments plan to
County Volunteer Department Interpreted -*' County Gunter 2.5W Proceeds will go to
the victory as a vote of chi volunteer departments in include: Lawtey employ their own attorney to frame Stone 1,135 BHS Band Boostersand
ndence by the people served bYe_ budget. The tax district o5$7b'x .. Brooker the ordinance. At an Orlando rally Gunter told 100
cheering supporters and claimed BHS All.Sports ClubS
sweet revenge over Stone, the man :30 p.m. and I:00 p.m.
who upset him, when he ran for the fRIPAY.OCTOBER 1.1

I. Engine Repairable, : : Project 'Moving speech.senate"Six years seat" Gunter In ago 1974.I made said. a"Tonight concession I hits FOOTBALL n ST.Stadium AUGUSTINEBHS GAME

make a victory statement and I can
R.N. (Bob) Gurin, prej ttt supervisor the experimental prot with Gurin and a Gurin said that two of the Universi tell you", as he was cut off by the ap- '.::00. .P.M.. .
told the City Com !itllllon Tues- said. It has a broken crank group last week, Dr ty's staff .will fly to Sweden and proving roar from his supporters.The .
day night that a completojdesign for a J new shaft is available director of the IFAS France this week to observe suc. insurance commissioners roll LAWTEY BUDGET.
conversion of one generator at the engine la repairable, at the University of cessful gasification units that are In ed up impressive margins in North HEARING. .:. p.m.
municipal war plane from natural, Merrill Dees, city utilities all-out support of the operation there, preparatory to com- and Central Florida. He charged out
gas to wood gaslflcallontwill: be ready 'Gurin submitted a 22-page and said, We will do pleting design of the Starke conver of populous Jacksonville with a 13,000 BROOKER BUDGETHEARING7:30p.m.
By November 7. ill I' the council on the progress can to make it a suc sion.Gurin vote lead, 1,000 votes better than he :
said that if of the .
received last month In the first -
The design work (being done by' j ject up to date first experimental unit is successful.. SALVlRPAY6CTO0 R11
IFAS ( Institute'of Food and received on September 27 primary.
the conversion of other units might be
Stone is the fourth incumbent 2nd ANNUAL PIGGLY WIGGLY
$327,000 of federal of the University's
grant ,
Agricultural Sciences) at the Univer
financed additional and low
. of Florida been approved for the City Engineering Depart- grants senator to be defeated In this year'selections Road Race Ion BUARC
sity for the conversion of one : can't afford to let Interest long-termlloans through the Earlier losers were Sen. f a.m. at parking lotMQN.QAY
City workman-have already started An earlier application for$6 Too much is riding on new Syn-Fuels federal program for Jacob Javlts R-N.Y.; Javits is on the
tearing down ihq No. 3 engine at the convert the entire plant obligation to the peo which Congress recently ap- Liberal Party line Nov .4; Sen. OCTQBER w
power plantytthlch:/ will be used for .turned down. propriated $5.5 billion.:: Donald W. Stewart D-Ala. and Sen. BRADFORD CO. SCHOOL BO. t.:

J Mike Gravel D-Alaska. Work S...lon-7:00p.m. i ft
Statewide totals Include: . .
. 67 percent of the state's 3.597 CITY COMMISSIONWork

i'1980'Tax' Roll, << by State precincts Gunlrr.395,011 reporting.: Session' .1 p.m.:

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Bradford County's 1980 tax roll of or TRIM, bill.:Each taxing questioned the adv j. .county will be at, compared to other Stone :343,243 TUFQAYa9CJ9egfLL4BRADFOROCO.BUOGET' \
$178 million has been approved by the also advertise Its tax not being Increas counties?.In'' 1980 Alvarez said the U.S. SenateRepublican .-':-".
State,' Department of Revenue. the newspaper whether or not by the Department of Department of Revenue was asked HeAR ING"4 P.M..
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that question during Monday's phone '
property appraiser's office here be, Increased, a the TRIM bill requires -
learned from Tallahassee by phone the state's Interpretation of and advertisement, notification, but the information was Former Florida Public Service BROOKER COUNCIL ---
Monday afternoon, Oct, 6. bill Alvarea says. Notices taxes are being In- not available Commissioner Paula HawKins( received 7.30: p.m. ; ,
several weeks Included the Republican nomination for the 'y'
/'Everything 'II' finally falling. each property ago owner's tax was given Monday by'' Bradford assessments were at 86 U.S. Senate by defeating former Con HAMPTON COUNCIL ,' "' -,
together. We're about to know whatwe're the homestead, exemption of Revenue as to percent and in the top 10 In the state in gressman Lou Frey, Jr., by a marginof 7130. p.m.VOLUNTEER .. :-1.. .
It's been . -
facing. really an ment pa_. level of assessment the 1979. 59 to 41, .percent of the votes "
unusual year, says Property. Ap- 'The required tabulated. FIRE DEPt..
praiser Jimmy Alvares Hawkins, claiming victory ,at an Hellbron .
be run in the Oct. 18 Spring "
'The 1980 tax roll Is up 17,88 percent whether or not Weather Seen This Weekend. Orlando hotel stated she ,expected McCarthy 6arage-7.30pm. '
newspaper, 4. ::
above last year's taxable value of$151 body \ls increasing taxes. Republicans to heal their wounds . '' ".-
million, Alvarez says. His office had front Is moving' through this area this weekend;and; should quickly and march.loward the Nov. ,.4 BUAMCMtttlng -
to rework'every Improved parcel of as pleasant, a. 'it oas been the past few days weather: General Election. : 730p.m.at- -..
property, or every parcel with a tndex. The party isunified) ,' Hawkins Sunshine' Acres ..
building it. That amounts to some; .... I"" I .
on forca Jts predict temperatures In (the'mid'50's early in the day says. "The seat Is our\$. .. .
5,000 of the county's $/.300 parcels.. > Two Sections' } and no rain expected before Monday r. Frey conceded defeat and vpwed to' 'It 's..rr..ra 4Y'i -. ,
ta'x"'roll, fell,back Some 'SECTION .. showers along Its front 'however. The Hawkins in elect
The $33 ,' \ At cold front could bring support the general JACKSONBUILDING 'I''. -
.million Tuesday when voters approve .';". ,\r Nt..'0'"o..i't' ,.,, Pages e- locally says the Florida Forest Service' headquarters on tion. SUPPLY ; '.I(
ed the Constitutional amendment to Editorial I'''.1'<,,....,;",. northerly winds and drier air la behing the front.' '' Of Stark 'JI -
'We eriough INC.
Increase : J .. .. the the sink : couldn't get -People to :
{ homltltea4.'exemptlon to e Society-! .,.-. Pages was the first cool morning yearwlth mercury look the -
f $13,000 In 1980. That will make county IooCorr..pOfIdenc..j'..j Paso Farenheil. Sunday morning saw he mercury dip.to 48. at." Issues arid the qualifications 'j Id ttaffc .
'' mill about SO degrees.. : Frey said at a meeting with ttwy.tS-.1. : ,
ty worth $143,000.: Legal a Real .M'.jp. Tuesday 58 and Wednesday : I d<< 1
1 Each taxing body (county, school Sports .'.'.".t.' .',.. (I. .1 been no rain so far In October..RaIn1alllol.lled e.1 inches In supporters at a Winter Returns Park Hotels. :,'N M .,......HNghts "'-
County -
., board,city or Town,or water manage.district SECTION B>{ ,compared to a 50-year average of 4.S Inches for the month. Hawklnl .* ; -'; :r .'S HV" 10aftIA494lU '
i ment ) must now hold two' Brlefs.x..r. ......:.. fall weather the dry season approaches. SO-year average III : ;r;t .In.. suIee ,.
< ,. ., ... in November. and in Frey M *I.W."ll A...,;
f.: public hearings on their budget according OlHtu.rl"'it yv, ? in October is 2 31 inches ; ; 3,9.1ncIieIJ. of' j' _
Statewide tetalp with 16 ..' .
to the new Truth In Millage} .' .., '?}j......Page 3.0, Indies, '., J". .., ... percent ."' 1079 .
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... IA TELEGRAPH October 9.1060 ..
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I Coal Slurry Explained to Local Groups 1.1

Members of the Starke Rotary Club solutely necessary to facilitate the slurry pipeline' Patterson showed a
and the Board of Governors of the development of coal pipelines and 30-minute film narrated by CBS News r. t r r
Starke-Bradford County Chamber of thereby achieve the national objective Commentator Martin Agronsky: who'
Commerce were briefed last week on of increased coal production for Interlvewed a number of utility executives All f. .
the future use of coal slurry for domestic consumption and foreign ex- In the Southeast In the film
energy In future yean In the state and .' port.It. entitled "Of Benefit V to All." "
was pointed out coal pipelines are The film outlined a two-leg pipeline
Bob Patterson of Continental technically efficient, economic and that will go through;;Florida to other
Resources Company of Winter Park environmentally acceptable.: These southeastern states. The eastern leg
and several representatives of pipelines will benefit Florida and the of the pipeline Is proposed to go from
Florida Hydrocarbons (formerly nation by reducing transportation Florida through Georgia Kentucky;
Florida Gas Transmission), In costs and the utility bills of the 'west to Ohio.
Brooker!attended the meetings and ultimate customers proving another The western leg will go from
briefed local people on the proposals transportation mode and concomitant
Florida to Georgia, branch off In
to use coal slurry in the future. competition,' and :alleviate the .
Georgia, through Tennessee,
go Ribbon
Patterson explained that legislation balance of}payments. Southeastern Ohio, Kentucky, West ,, Parcels district Fm11A
is pending in congress. "The Coal Patterson pointed out the substitute Virginia and Virginia. City Clerk Linda Robinson snips a ribbon across gate to FmHA and now with Sverdrup"direct Michael: Ilightowerj
Pipeline Act of 1980" would grant bill should be enacted to complement Patterson estimated if the the new compound entrance. Holding the ribbon are Wallace McCormick state officer 1 Patsy Ward city I
eminent domain to coal, slurry the national objective of energy 'in- necessary legislation was passed and FmHA state director Michael 11Igb lower and FmllA clerk Linda Robinson,district Tolleson loan and Brooker mayor- I
pipelines certified by the Interstate dependence.To the necessary rights of ways are ob- district loan officer Patsy Ward. councilman Joe ;*
Commerce Commission. tained that the pipeline could be In From left are engineer Jerry Ballard, retired from commissioner Blake Hamilton.
He explained such authority Is ab Illustrate the plans for the coal service by the late 1980's. f '. {'
For details on the Brooker water system please turn to pg. SB. : Ii

Bobby Starling Wins FFA Regional, BHS 3rd I IBobby

Starling won the Ocular Starling, studying agricultureunder _' I
Estimation contest at the Regional advisor Paul Hutchins at Brad- ly
FFA Forestry Contest held recentlyat ford High, won the contest in which done
Camp O'Lena near Lake City FFA'ers judge the height and an

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sow. ,

Many Still Undecided on 'Carter-Reagan test, : "

With the General Election less than Anderson failed to score. '
a month away,almost one-third of the The big undecided vote coincides
voters of Bradford County are still with the findings In national polls and
undecided as to who will get their vote which show a large percentage of fc
for President on November 4. voters apparently waiting for future
One thing they're sure of, however, development In the nip and tuck
s- is that It won't be John Anderson, the campaign before'making up their Dr. Lounelte Richardson R.S.. D.(7.
,independent candidate. minds
Of the first 100 voters polled at random '
Dr. C. Eaton
from names In the telephone Wayne ,
book, Jimmy Carter received 46 per- I
cent, Ronald Reagan 23, 31 percent Chiropractic Clinic
said they were undecided, and John Keystone

a afffalgaf At SR-21 North ,
Lake Butler Quota

Full .i Keystone Shop -,Suite 5.
Nearly j I ;, .
A word of caution Is extended loV .
those planning to hunt Osceola and I .A"n CartirlnJJorL4P I Phone 473-3604

Areas Lake Butler for the Wildlife first nine Management days and- Hours 9 a.m.1 />.'fn. and :J.i>.tri.,- fi; ;JJ.IM..Won. I .

haven't as yet requested a quota per. ..
mit. There are only a few hundred J.otl" ,. ., Tuei.. Wed & />/.
permits left for Lake Butler out of the use .
gCI.,,,. I Thtirmttitit
original 2,000, so don't procrastinate. J I' tit.
Applications can be obtained
from your local tax collectors: office Q Modern Ray/Therapy y Facilities.

Good Guesser!

Bobby Starling was the best Judge of how high and wide a tree Is at'the
Regional FFA Forestry Contest at Camp O'Lena. .eSTABLISHEP 19041


Ilijrt Wins ,. >-**!*.. ...eiEeiotptionsf'4b;::;; -w .C iCL Z% .,.J't'LU lit

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businesses and Industries, or for ex- Was" This The Last Time .
pansion of such enterprises.The If
This 16-County total with all vote includes: f
reporting except for absentee For 1,906Against A You Had a GoodNight's 't
ballots was: 1,480 h J
Kirkpatrick 41,820
McGrlCf 31.985Kirkpatrick 14. Homestead Exemption Sleep ::3

and Republican John This amendment gives property ,,&
Newsom of Weirsdale square off In owners a tax break by giving a$13,000 Sleep like a baby again on bedding from Badcock.
the Nov. 4 General Election for the Homestead Exemption for 1980 of .. ,
District 6 seat. The winner will $13,000. In 1981 the exemption will be All Badcock bedding. Is made In our own factory '"
replace former State Senator Buddy Increased to $20,000 and In 1982 to by .pet'. craftsmen. 13 .'n
,. McKay of Ocala who resigned to 25000. The vote both locally and Mattresses and foundations !K
'make an unsuccessful run for the statewide was overwhelmingly in Sold Separately S't *f'Urf' SOLD; IN ;
Democratic nomination for U.S. favor of the amendment. The vote (Except as Noted) Z 'CZ41C6' F.... C& SETS ONLY .J"...H
Senate. The winner will serve the locally Includes:
balance of MacKay's term which has For 2.931Agalnsl845 4 oltavA,
two years to go. TWIN tie
31 Series
The fivestatewide amendments SIZE $12995 fE'$15995QUEEN q
passed locally and statewide by a It Abolish Inventory Till from the Innerspring Only SET In Htail*
wide This
margin. amendment removes the con-
stitutional provision by a Constitu- w People Who/ /' JJr. '
#1 Energy Tax Break tional provision mandating a tax on Caret Oll/ftet'/ .VllfI:11 : lit*
Amendment authorizes an exemp- business inventories (personal property w 40,Series Innerspring, ,
tion from ad valorem taxes for held for sale as stock In trade
persons FULL
installing solar or other alternate and livestock) and giving the TWIN SIZE SET SIZE SET SIZE SET 3-PC. I KING SIZE'tjfcrMallr

energy devices their homes or Legislature authority to totally ex-
businesses. empt inventories from ad valorem $15990 $17990 $21990 $329.85
Bradford County vote, without taxation. The vote Includes: ,: .

absentees: For 2,106Againit S799SEa.. PC. S9.9' 18. PC. $109.95 h PC ..s. J14995 1'
For 2.237 1,288Building ,
Foundation $89.95 Ea Po.I I

Agalnall.lU: : 9 (...,.t f//apr1. '

Hi Housing Bonds \ 90 Strips Inner.pring Only
The second amendment authorizesthe : _
Issuance of revenue bonds by the Permits TWIN SIZE SET FULL SIZE SET QUEEN SIZE SET 3PC. KIN/3 SIZE SET
State to finance or refinance housing

locally.For for Florida.low.and This moderate vote was income very groupsin close Near Million Mark $25990 $27990 $33990 $49985 ,

1.699! Building permits Issued by the' $129.95 Ea. Pc., J13995E*. PC. SK995 Ea Po Mallr.is$21995 ... ... :ujV
Against I.MM: Bradford County zoning office ran Foundallon J139.95 Ea Pe. -it

close to a million dollars In C?? / Q Designed by Bndc:.. cli Jtf
#::1 Permits Tax : The
ExemptionsThis September. $919,570 total was the
amendment allows counties if highest monthly total since April 1978 ('c.rCff ryt Sum *, Bassett 8\1/8'S..I.\ .. !" 'i-.r: foItHir.T", '1
authorized by a referendum In the according to zoning office records. Oua,.ni..tf.by BOTH Foam or 11-'IE', "'i \'C". R' r;;"" "'F.l'. lit

county or city concerned, to grant ad The largest amount $259,100 for six TWIN SIZE,SET FULL SIZE SET. innerspring 'ask !lboIJI'I! I Jw
single family dwellings,'while five O ; ) I :
commercial permits accounted for '
Lawtey Budget $406,000. Included In the commercialwere $77990. $29990&t:'

$350,000 for a butane at $139,9S Ea. Pc. .,
pant ; :
the Florida Hydrocarbons near \:. <<
Hearing Set Brooker. One church the New QUEEN SIZE SET 3-PC. KING SIZE SET'; : -it
Keystone United Methodist Church of GUARANTEE ,

Friday 7:30A mobile highway homes 21 was accounted listed at $109.780 for 136.600 Ten, $35990 $52985 All Badcock bedding'Is manufactured In our ,f.

and 22 miscellaneous additions totaled own factory by our own skilled trainmen and !"
public hearing on the proposed $87.990 $17 ,9SB,.. Po. Mattress $229,9S every piece of Badcock bedding Is GUAR- i-iC
$82.000 general fund budget for the City Fees collected by the office during Foundation $149.95 E*. PC ANTEED to.give satisfaction or your money :; 9'
nf Lawley Is set for 7:30 p.m tomorrow September totaled 2250.: and 90 1 MANY beck I i 1

at Lawtey.t Friday Oct. 10) In the city. hall building Inspections were made. ? ADDITIONAL 1f e<* baf uutt a c*..19T)1R000H.

The town council is not asking for a AVAILABLE ITEMS V f-* ea-dust pees see S4dtdt4 -11
tax increase. Proposed millage is seta ... )
) 2,"..!". as recommended by Property THEBRADFORDCOUNTY!: TELEGRAPH SERVICE 1 iC I
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez to bring l'tc
in the same dollars, 18,680. as 2,815 Published every Thursdayt ,
mills did last year. 131 W.Coll Street tswwwr. ,... rm pen :
Stark.Florida azotl
Taxable property In Lawtey Is ,
valued at 2549.073 in the 1980 tax roll
Second Class at Famout Daub! -
postage paid *
just approved by the state Department Slarke. Florida
of Revenue, up some $370.000
over the 1979 figure of$2.078,420. Rates GUARANTEE
Friday's meeting will be the first of Tlu
two required public hearings on the In trade IS.area"six$months....per year\ 128 So WIIIIU St Stark, Fla. ,., :
new Lawtey budget under the alale'anew I I//S4

Truth in Millage or TRIM bill. A Outside trade area: ......per year"SS.M 964-5239
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, I''' Drastic; : Changes Could Be in Offing Jpth; 3 New "Youngsters" City- CouncilThree I

"youngsters" were sworn In (lousiness explained. wood-burning project, wea.Pid'ntedto
Tuesday night, Oct. 7,and Joined two "At my first meeting the Wd ain't the Bond Trustees,the 3-man board
I veteran on the Starke City going' to jump on this one," Milner which oversees the power ;plant.
I Commission-mixture that could br- declared. Schaefer said he was off the Silcox dissented, saying he couldn't
ing about substantial changes In city council when the franchise was approved vote for Oglesby because the former
government over the next two years. and was not, familiar with the councilman chose not to run again.
Taking the oath of offices, were ordinance. Oglesby was appointed to 3-year
newcomers Travis Woods, 39; Bob On May I, 1979 the Starke commission term to replace the retiring Cliff.
Milner,27,and Jimmy Crosby.28.All awarded a franchise for cable TV Hazen.
were elected In September and are to a firm named Starke Communications A second vacancy also eiclsls. ,, that 04
new to city government They join Inc. That corporation, according of the position of X.M. Smith whose
Vernon Silcox, dean of the council to the Secretary of State's officeIn term expires next year. The) councilwas tiNew
with 10 years experience and Charles Tallahassee was dissolved as of asked to propose another bond
Schaefer, with seven years on the', Dec. 5, 1979. Officers of Starke Communications trustee by the next meeting.
council. are Buford Mitchell, Two positions, those of'George
The "new" council unanimously president; J.C.Sawyer, vice- Roberts and Donald Wainwright are
elected Schaefer also open on the Board of Adjustment.No .
as mayor- president;;, George H. Pierce, ,
commissioner, or chairman to secretary, and Thomas H. Salde, council member had a recommen-
ceed Silcox. Schaefer was chairman treasurer. dation to replace Wainwright who
of the council for three years 74-78.' Within three years 'a corporationcan has moved out of the city, and the Majority Takes Office
He was defeated in 1978 and re- redeem Its active status with the Board of Adjustment'matter was tabled New Starke city commissioners l-r) Travis Woods Bob elected council chairman and mayor Charles Schaefer
elected In a different group in 1979 slate. Therefore,' It is possible that Milner.and Jimmy Crosby take the oath of office Tuesday predicts drastic changes are forthcoming. In city govern I
and beginning his eighth year on Starke Communications Is still a Committees 'named by Schaefer night from city attorney George Pierce. The three ment.
the viable corporation and can work out with. the first name as chairman Utilities are: "youngsters" can control the city council If they stick Mayor Schaefer, with cigar, and council dean Vernon
Mayor Schaefer predicts some an agreement with SCL. UtilitiesVernon Silcox, together on reform, such as a new city charter. Newly Silcox are sealed.
drastic changes city government as In seeking the franchise to Install Supt. Merrill Dees,Power Plant Supt.
It takes a new charter, financial cable TV in Starke, the SCL George Graudons, and Gas Dept.
up group ------- --- --- ----------
reorganization starting with a new pointed out Starke Communications Supt. Bob Peterson.
budget, the project to convert one .has done nothing In the past year StreetsCrosby, Dees, and Rays For More Information Call 964-8064
generator to burn wood as fuel workson toward bringing cable TV In. Clay Nettles.. Pee Wee Nursery
the on-going multi-million dollarnewer Video general manager Nate Porter SafetyWoods.. Police Chief Jim-
and water expansion through said his firm could have cable TV installed my. Bowen, and Dees. Linda (Grlffis) Johnson-
EPA,and a surprise request to switch here by next July 1. FireSchaefer, Dees, and Fire is nowJohnson
franchise holders for cable television.The The council also set a meeting at 7 Chief. Bobby Lewis. .
council will meet Monday, Oct. p.m. Wednesday.Oct. 15, to discuss a RecreationCrosby,Dees,and Rec
13, at 7 p.m. to have the cable TV proposal proposal that includes salaries with 'By-Laws-Milner n. & Johnson
explained and to hear an updateon Jerry Wadsworth the HUD project city clerk Merrill ;
the EPA sewer grant project from work coordinator.The Edwards I and 'city attorney i
engineer Don Ruckman of Bessent, council also hat'to begin work George Pierce. Care Pre School
Day -.
Hammock and Ruckman: soon on the new budget for fiscal 80-81 PlanningMilner, Dees,. Zoning r
The cable TV franchise Is being which began Sept. 30. If the council Director. Crosby. u
sought by a firm owned by Seaboard has time in either meeting next Mon- PersonnelCrosby, Dees Edwards Nursery.
Coastline Railroad of which the day or Tuesday, it will begin work on 5I
Florida Publishing Company, which the budget.A Community Block Grant-
publishes the Florida Times-Union, new committee, entitled Personnel Schaefer, Jerry Wadsworth, and Edwards -, ,* 'Infants- Up hp '
Jacksonville Journal, Augustine and Finance, was set up by 0 44S
Record and several. weekly Schaefer after he was named chair Day Care .
newspapers. man. It is headed by new councilman Special Olympics' Hot Meals
Attorney John Kopelousos Jimmy Crosby'along with Utilities Pre School,
represented SCL before the council.. Supt. Merrill Dees and .City Clerk. Meeting TodayAn School
Kopelousos introduced Joe Butler, a Merrill Edwards. informational meeting for' the Transportation Nursery
vice-president of financial affairs for In further reorganization Crosby Bradford County Special Olympics, -
Florida Publishing Co. and SCL; was named vice-chairman after which are now In the process of being JfPT8
Nate Porter,genera manager of Clay Silcox turned that job down, sayingthe reorganized, will be held today, HOUR-CAY-WEEK
Video which Is owned by SCL and Is new fellows needed to "get in and Thursday, Oct. 9, from 4-5:30: p.m. at $
putting cable TV In Green Cove SprIngs get their feet wet." the Bradford Middle School..
202 N. St. Starke
and Orange Park and In Nassau Edward Akrldge was appointed to Cafeteria. Thompson Cfr "Tsti
County. SCL also owns 30 percent of the Recreation Board on a 4-1 vote to Special Olympics Is a rehabilitative j t-
the firm that is Installing cable TV in replace a member whose term Is up. program of sports training and competition < Sat. ;
Jacksonville. Silcox cast the 'no' vote, saying he for mentally retarded Mon. thru
Kopelousos, a Bradford native now doesn't disapprove of Akridge but children and adults. /
practicing law In Orange Park,asked wants to know whose term is up, There are many ways In which ,Open 6:30a.m.-6OOp.m. (tJ8lCB.
for the transfer of the franchise Tues- ;especially if it is the term of Charles members of the Bradford communitycan .. B.B.Frl B.c
day: night. The council, with Bob Johns, a long-time member of the Rec assist in making this program .
Milner the first to speak up, .said it Board. more effective and responsive In & Sat. Night 6 p.m. tll 2 a.m.
was not informed on the issue and Former councilman Ted Oglesby, meeting the needs of handicapped
agreed to a work session, as sug- who has been heavily Involved in the people said Andy Jordan, County
gested by Butler,to have.ape cable TV Coordinator for\ the Bradford County
Special Olympics. "We are asking
people to commit only to attend this
one meeting and listen to our plans for flETTP
The Circus
is Coming this exciting program" Jordan said I
of today's get-together.

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Great American Circus, a big Joo steraJpJbeto.JlMfermWndMU. Tteuc$$r'd"D turn*" "' 1o.'T; ''''''' .. '1: \.. .
under the Big Top Show is conning to'"*<* *'BHS All Sport* "' ''' .. .. .. "_".."......, ." .l
Starke Thursday; Oct. II, under Club.The'AU-SpocU-eUibMmports all ByCome .. & :
the sponsorship of, The Bradford sports of Bradford High School. The loss
Chamber of Commerce. club provides jackets for each athlete
The tents will be located at the lettering In any sport and also sponsors Q. I drive a pretty old car- *
Bradford County Fair Grounds. Per- an annual All Sports Banquet for '68 Olds and feel I have to
formances will be given at 5:30 and 8 our school athletes. make more than the usual 'U.GOESDOWN ::
Outstanding circus stars have been preparation for cold
pm.An advance sale of circus tickets Is recruited for this year's tour of the weather. I have done all the ,
now in progress at the Chamber of circus.'Among the stars will be the obvious things checked w
Commerce, 202 S. Walnut St. Ticketsare Robert Lange family of agile antifreeze and battery replaced -
f2 SO for children,$3.50 for adults. tumblers and trampoline per ,a couple of heater
Tickets will also be sold at the Fair formers; Buck' Nolan, the world's hoses:and checked the ther-
Grounds at the circus entrance.There tallest clown; Cha-Cha and her frolicsome 'mo.tal. Is there anything elseI
are NO reserved seats all seats K-9 Revue; Gary Henry with his do to head off trouble WITH THE SUN.LLong
available on a first come basis. Priceof comedy pony and Texas Don Strong can
the tickets is for the show (one hour hampion rope spinner and whipcracker.
and 30 minutes) but does not include ) Featured will be Miss ZoAn-
A. Yes. And these
entrance to the side show that will be 1 Tna, famous Hollywood stunt woman, checked can be .
available to the circus patrons at a performing feats of daring on swift- driver's right from the Distance. A bargain
nominal charge. It Is emphasized that paced horses, with both Romanstyleand Mdt. Be sure your
all proceeds from the show tlckeA trick riding. dashboard: warning lights that gets better as the sun
will be turned over to our BaM Other features Include Capt. Joe work. If any do not burn goes down. ..
and All Club. V Frisco and his when'' the car is cranking,
Boosters Sports performing elephants; e ..i
Funds raised by the circus projectwill a dazzling aerial ballet high in the big replace the bulbs. Also test w The savings begin at
be devoted to the BBS .Band top and the laugh provoking antics of your horn. And especially In 5 pm, when you save 35%
the clrc,," clowns should winter rain be sure or snow windshield,you on calls until 11 pJ11.Then,

CHRIST LUTHERAN wipers wipe clean. Also the rates go even lower.Calls ;;:
check; outside lights, Get a made after 11 p.m. save you ;;
r' helper to check headlights 60%! And weekends J.I
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Pastor flashers, parking lights. z get reduced: rates all day and :jw !::
Glen Schmlege, 4732419'Ch license plate light;; taillights. all nigh;..
brake lights, backup lights, So make distance
and turn signals. your long -
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... ystone Lion's Club 4 ;;j, rates even lower.Check your
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I America may be "the homeof the minimum voting age to 18. "of voters on a number of fac till

the brave and the land of Despite this broadening of the tors. One is the protracted

the free," but it is also, the voting base, Jimmy Carter presidential primaries that
place where a majority of the was elected in 1976 on the ,keep a candidate running for a
eligible adult population votes of only 27.2 percent of year or more too long to

doesn't care enough what hap- the total voting-age popula- hold the attention of even his
most ardent followers. Others
pens to the country to registerand tion.

go to'the polls to vote in Apparently, unfulfilled promises of blame a the prolonged merciless, exposure

presidential elections. ,. rampant dishonesty
newspaper columns and on
According to figures ,and deception at every level or television screens. Even the .J.

published in the current issueof government have turned most charismatic of can-
U.S. News and World voters off until frustration has didates will begin to fray ...

Report, in all presidential resulted in apathy and around the edges in that

elections since 1828 through widespread indifference length of time. I' I V11114

1976 an average of only 52 per- toward the election process.. in As remedy to thfs

cent of qualified voters wentto 1980. a the of ... .
weariness on part can- \
the polls on election day. U.S. News and World -
didates and voters alike,some .
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even more r' '1' ;
The figures are Report observes that of believe ..
the students politics .)'h, ,,,
distressing when based on "f.!
"pollsters politicians, and few
that a regional primaries,
total number of voting age analysts report not only a instead of the exhausting ..:
people in the country both powerful undertow of distaste
series that now takes place,
registered and unregistered. for all the current presidential would solve many of the problems

Figured on this basis, the candidates, but also a resolute that have turned the
voting average in the 38 sense that whatever the elec- presidential'primaries into

presidential elections since tion outcome, there will be no something like three-ring

1828 is only 21%, meaning that good result." circus. Still others urge a

never once in the 204 year return to the day when national
history of the Nation has a This has resulted in an political conventionsheld

majority of all adults electedour unusually large number of the power to select A
President. In fact, the undecided voters less than a nominees on the basis of lQwr'

votes of as few as 11.4 percentof month before the November 4 established records, persona- 2 2i1W"r

voting-age Americans plac- General Election and many, lities, and their ability to win.
ed one man (Martin Van apparently, are waiting for But those were the times'of
Buren) in the White House in some last minute turn of the notorious "smoke filled

1836. events to help make up their rooms" and few would want to

minds. In some areas as manyas return to that system unless it

And things haven't improved 15 to 20 percent of the could be vastly improved.,

much since that time, in voters are still undecided. In But when an average of only
spite of the fact that four con- Bradford County a random 21 percent of Americans

stitutional amendments have telephone poll indicated an bother to exercise their 1. r lfr
extended voting rights to even larger percentage of privilege and duty to registerand .. t- .c: Y k ia.
more more undecideds. Forty-six percentof go to the polls in' a
since then: in 1870 the 15th called indicatedan
100 persons presidential election -
Amendment removed race as intention to vote for Presi- something is/ obviously wrong. Volunteers Aid Community Projects
a barrier; in 1920 the 19th dent Carter 23 percent for ...
Amendment gave women the Ronald Reagan; and 31 per- We usually get what' we-

vote; in 1964 the 24th Amend- cent almost a third were deserve, and if only 21 percentof Two familiar Starke scenes were taking on a new look this week, thanks to volunteer labor
ment abolished the poll tax as still undecided. us exercise our right to from UCI and LCI. .

a requirement for voting in vote, who can complain if we In top photo, part of a group of ten men from Lawtey Correctional Institution, who are giv-
federal elections;; and in 1971 Some analysts blame the get only 21 percent of a President ing a thorough cleaning to the old part of Crosby Lake Cemetery, are seen starting in on one of

the 26th Amendment lowered boredom and disillusionment ? : the long-neglected lots in this area. By the end of this week, the old cemetery will be in the best. 11

condition it has been for many years. .
In lower photo, part of a group of nine volunteer workers from the horticulture departmentat ''I
I Flood ofAmendments L Union Correctional Institution, are giving a first class beauty treatment to the Starke

'..... 9 f r K.. "is.*. .. '-- 'Woman VClliVgroundi'. ;J.''adding' new'snuWr f $' wVre.'ifeeded.Jrirnming! : : { and clearing, and: .
W "I -ji;: f .. j .. M> t 'v f"' : "'ellnl\hllJgJII\ entrance stepd.ta the jfuwudrtni| ; >}..rrI'1II"- '' ...' I. .. r,; : t ,.,
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"persons"1'who, despite press' dfvi t uals'orgroups'-who' Have! Volunteers from the Institutions participate in many community improvement projects and

Ten constitutional amend-much coverage on the issues, were some special interest at heart. deserve a "laurel" for their part in.the beautification and improvement of the area. : .
ments in one is too ,
for Florida voters year to swallow. still confused by the wording.He The Florida League. of '.
wax also disturbed Women Voters attempts to
is that when
The sad fact
voters do not understand what because there was no state- make an impartial appraisalof Fish Biologist .

the amendments are all about ment on the ballot that the amendments, but their '
review is sometimes Inade- .o..ntJ.I&sat. -By Discusses Restocking ;'
they usually just skip 'em Amendment No. 4, providing la .: ; ; ,
and does not receive "
or they vote against them all. for increased Homestead Exemption quate wide distribution.If Notebook Bobby Of Kingsley Luke .": :'
applied only to
So the occasional good amend- per-
ment on the ballot has to go sons who had resided in the the Legislature is going to Taylor, 7 1 j .t* Kingsley Lake will be restocked'.. :',

down in defeat with all the state for five years. continue to burden the ballot Phone:964-6280 1.*with sunshine bass next spring Jerry.,...u,. .
with these complex issues
Krumnrich regional fish biologist
others. Most of the information that every two years, it should with the Florida Game and Fresh .. .

Five of the proposed new voters can obtain on the make some provision for While commercial production of fertilizer and spade It Into the soil. Water Fish Commission, told.,", i,,,.
the Oc- amendments prior to the elec- educating the public so thatan strawberries Is concentrated In a few Then, form the beds and Ihembers of the Kingsley Lake Pro- ,.1'11
amendments were on tion are biased because they areas of our county they can be another two-and-a-half pounds of fertilizer..this perty Owners Association last Satur r,.", "
tober 7 ballot, and another intelligent vote can be cast on. grown In home gardens throughout time In a narrow band day! 'ikfl,
five will appear on the come from interested in- such matters of major import. our area.. This week I'll discuss about six Inches deep down the mid- \y rirt7Y1y

November 4 General Election strawberries and how to grow \them. dle of the beds. If you're Just starling Krumnrich{ spoke at a fish fr ,, 'I';.
to strawberries should also by the Association fur ift n .
ballot. grow
Speeders Take Reed o By nature strawberry plants are: include a complete mixture you of minor hostel hip at the Kingsley LakOtxibfl,
perennial. But for various reasons we. civic ccbler. He said the lake
The wording of amend- elements in the first season fertilizer hftnB mpreviouMSi
raise them as an annual crop In our been stocked twice wah)9aoj
the ballots handed to Legislature and taking effect application.
ments on Motorists who find -area.The time to set In the sunshine, s at the rate of five fish 1 s-i
voters at the polling place is themselves stopped by a October 1.The$25 fine will be .garden Is from now trough late per acre. liTjas not.been determined ",.,-g
often ambigious and couchedin member of the Florida boosted to $50 for speeding up November. When winter comes the fertilized When the and bed inoislcned is properly. f formed i that the laKKWill, support more sunshine -"iv-- ..
such legal terms that voters Highway Patrol for exceedingthe to 79 mph and $75 for travelingat cool nights and short days will cause a sheet of one to nne-nnd-n.hIlIC-cover with mill, bass, ifi,the next restocking will '. f.
who have not taken the time 80 mph or over. the plants to begin flowering Flowers black beat the rate of ten per acre Krum.
55 mph speed limit, and formed after the last killing frost of polyethylene plastic. This is therecommended nrich said. He added that the sunshine
and trouble to gather information slapped with a stiff fine, can't early spring will develop into fruit. mulch for strawberries bass adapt well to Kingsley,and showa
In our area. Then, cut slits In the
on the amendments and The Legislature imposedthe of
they weren't warned. good rate growth .
several hours studying say of its Berry production and harvest con- plastic where the plants will be In. ;1'" t::
stiffer fines as part
spent them carefully cannot Some troopers have been conservation pro-. tinue throughout the spring. As the serted. In the culture method we're energy discussing -plants should be set in
warmer and the days KLPOA board
weather or-BTrectors
gets : will be
the matter
lenient in
possibly cast an intelligentvote. and statistics prove double rows..one row on each side or
gram, grow longer the plants will stop producing held at 10 a.m. Saturday. Oct. 11, In
Not many voters will speeding, it seems, and have that speed reduction not only berries and start forming runners the bed about six inches from the the civic center. The meetings are
take the time and trouble to go been ordered by headquartersto saves gasoline, but lives as .' The runners..take root and edge. Plants should be spaced 12 inches open to the public.i129o. vv
through this educational process adhere to department well. become new plants. Most home apart in the row. Be sure that no' \
plants are set directly the fertilizer
these and over
and rely on hearsay, or a policy on speeding and not set gardeners destroy In the fall.plants band down the middle of the
recommendation from a their own policies on the road. The disturbing fact is that start over again .bed because this can lead to salt burn I'i"

is just as by last weekend, .1,977 traffic Strawberries can! be'grown on just
friend who probably The action is being taken in .
reliable information deaths had been reported about all the soil types we have In our' Be sure to use certified, disease- ., .(
lacking in asks his not only as a gasoline conser- Florida so far this year210more area. Our sandy soil with a good quantity free plants. Keep>> them moist before .
as the person who vation measure, but becauseof than for the same periodin of organic matter is the best. planting and plant In moist soil -
advice. the fact that nearly 2,000 1979. Strawberries like well drained soil Spread the roots in a fan shape eel
of the persons have been killed on which is moist but not wet. the plants at the in the -tttt:
Among the critics Patrol recent soil, and the soil firmly around ,
Florida highways so far this The Highway pack Lake Superior It 1290t i i..ystj-cr
amendment process is the five additional It's important to plant strawberry the roots. feet deep In ont part. s,><.jiW( un'('
with the state ly purchased
property appraiser of St. year, apparently varieties which have' proven :. ,i(..:. In.
who headed for a gruesome all- aircraft which will beef up its themselves under our growing condi '
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Johns County of ten time record.Speeding is a fac- ability to spot speeders. So tions. Our best commercial variety is ( : '..... I ,IW".. !
constitutional wisdom amendments placing on tor in most fatal accidents.The when the speedometer soars Sequoia It. will also do well In your Clean-up Set for Oct 11 I roe! "!! :
above 55, better let up on the garden. I ro ;
ballots in the same election speeding .. d
stepped-up en- .. -' I vv I:
year. His concerns were trig forcement coincides with the accelerator. It gives good yields; large frultand- Trees Ordered forPlanting :.i"

gered by the large number of new fine increase, up to $50, Someone up there may be is resistant anthracnose.to A common Besides plant Sequoia diseasecalled .Kris
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calls received from authorized by the last watching! ,this
telephone for area are
the best varieties &
The first work-day of the fall season has been set for Saturday Oct. 11. .
Doverand Florida 90. .. ...
Florida Belle, according to Mrs. Mona Canova.chairman of the Citywide Cleanup and 'J ',
strawberries Beautification Committee All Individuals and groups are asked to meet '10'I I
We recommend planting at the Woman's Club. at 9 a m. Weed-eaters and other tools are needed. ') !>: ,
QRiD AKnu.rrku on raised beds which are two feet I> .:t')..
,, tit / ,wide and spaced two feet apart. The Among (hose joining In the workday will be volunteers from Tom -. IIJ.,,;
SINCE 1879NI beds should be mounded so they're six Sawyer House. JASP. and Lav.ley Unlimited. Everyone interested in a t 11:1:1,1:
mil pl1SOBG.FEAGU50NJOHNM.MILLER inches high along the edges and about cleaner and more beautiful town Is asked In join in this unified effort. r t;; ;tJ';
In the middle .
eight Inches high
sit I
MI. announced seedling trees !
Mrs Canova also thai 2.500 had been orderedby
/ V o\ In preparing the beds you begin' the Woman's Club through County Forester Mark Fries for the beauti- '\
with fertilization. For a ten-by-len ,. flcaytjn proJect W.behe trees arrive this winter they will beset out by- 1 :. ., '
N % .foot strawberry.patchrreerasfabouj" the Future Farmers and the Horticulture Department of BHS and allowt.. 4.ritn: .
Publishers ?' .*. .1 two-and-a-half pounds .ofB. ed to get additional growth for a year' before setting out along streets, and. ., ozy.1: :
-- A -' other locations: where needed ,
Published. each Thursday and entered n second Class Matter Id*Post office.t Stark,*!..under Act of March,. "" tleiW
The Board of Directors of the Starke Club : ,
I ."At of the Rotary recently: voted to sup'o
20 aoe.
In trade It Per Year SS Sir Months years the <
Subscription rote area ; port drive with a contribution of 150. Donations from other or
30 the wit groups
Outside. trade. area. VIO Par Year;MAO Sin the .. will" reigns; at ", individuals will be appreciated by the committee. : dJJJlt,.
PlMMtM-tMS. Stat&i.Pled/' .at 40Jhe Judgment
Benjamin Franklin '

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For the first three games of the line Parado scored the leveler, popping -' ., mage on the big l gamer, but 'bounced -.. 1-"
BHS football season It was close but through a huge hole between Billy' outside and bolted to- the Raider 27 ::. 1- I to
no cigar for the Tornadoes three Shannon and Randy Luke. Clark's before caught. BUS was now thinking l.. "; W"
defeats a total of 12 *'s*s tmfl-_-,ln> ..,"
by points. kick with 7:06: on the clock Ued the : field goal but Goodge was trapped for 1FN p..1N.ryd.. 745raa.6
That all changed last Friday night count at 14. a five yard Joss, an illegal procedure __
In Starke as Bradford won a squeaker Santa Fe was again forced to punt moved the scrimmage line back five l's -- es's 1'
of its own sending BHS fans Into a giving BHS the ball at the Tornado 31 more yards, and Goodge was sacked .-.... .fSk'41' f'tom, ;
I first-win celebration by shaving San- with 3:41: left and Bradford again at the scrimmage line. A third and 20 w.hi >J e| e t e 7 4 IIW. nf t-t
I U Fe 21-20 In overtime when the went on the move. On third and eleven screen pass to Jordan went for sevento MmM 31 v_,4...-"rm Itarri.(c.hi Mu*Use) '
, Raiders' George Bethea sharked his scrambled away from a pass the 30 but Goodge was rushed on a a. Oi.JtM *.. ....(Cull kMi. ) ,Wide Open for Six:
I extra point kick well left of the Goodie a 16 yard gain and Parado fourth down toss to Parado that fell W.MntMu I y.d c--fw,(Mta.kick, ) In a scene the Tornado defense would just assume forget Santa Fe's Sam

1 crossbar If Bobby Thompson's home moved BHS into scoring position with'a Incomplete with eight seconds to go; ......,....,... -W..WA) Johnson gets behind the..secondary. on a mix-up] In coverage.. to take In a 31 yard
,, run for the Giants was "thq shot 27 yard run. The 150 pound Junior Then came the overtime and. Bethea's .*..,..-I..,* run(CIA" kkk) TD pass. .
heard 'round the world" then seemed,bottled up at the line of scrim- missed kick. --c..... MM. .)
L Bethea's miss was the blank heard ? "
'round the county. The Tornado O
sideline and bleachers erupted as the
kick wobbled off the tee Into the
crowd giving BHS a 1-3 mark while
dropping the visitors to 22.
Where BHS had failed to rally late 01JIV( (
for wins over Macclenny and Palatka,
and allowed Eastside to come-from-
behind for victory the Tornadoeswere
the strong finishers last week.
Bradford came from down 14-7 to tie
the game midway through the last
period on their second 80 yard scoring .
march of the night. The Tornadoes r Tornadoof
then punched in another score In two
plays of the overtime period. the'Week
Randy Parade's half yard plunge In I !
overtime, which followed a nine yard
option pitch sweep by Mike Jordan, 1
put BUS up 20-14 and Kenny Clark Junior running back
calmly booted through what to r
proved Parado, who scored two
be the .winning point.on the conver- including the winning one in

sion. time ran for 62 yards on 10 carries
Santa Fe scored too, with Creg
a 6.2 ,and caught a
average pass
Merricks smacking In over the right yards, was named Tornado of
side from the two the Raidersto
to pull Week after BHS' win overtime nine"M
within 21-20. But with Bethea on the over Santa Fe.
field and ready BHS called three
straight timeouts to let the Santa Fe "Randy played a pressure
noted BHS coach David Hurse of
kicker contemplate his mission: he
knew a. made kick would send the 150 pound junior's performance
not only scored twice but he ) to
game Into another overtime... a miss
with (this
through some some big
meant defeat and a quiet ride home to ,
-- -- when we needed it the most
Alachua. Finally, after 90 seconds of
,caught that big pass. He just : In a
pressure buildup Bethea misfired his Fighting for the Extra'YardTomlldo with .
some key plays
try well off the mark and Bradford fullback Mike Jordan hauls a Santa Fe defender Center Bruce Rehberg Is behind Jordan while tackle Billy Parado's night outshone some '
had 1 its first victory of 1980. with him as he leans Into another In Bradford's bome field Shannon Is on the ground at left with the man he cut good ones. Noseguard Kenny of
"I was a kicker in high school and
win over the Raiders. down., led the BHS tackle charts with
college and can pretty much take a ,
look at a kicker and see if he's goingto
have ," BHS Head Coach
David purse said of Bethea. "We ,
knew he wasn't a very consistent Chester Harris. Bethea kicked the after reaching the 24. Morgan was
kicker." Still, taking the three conversion for a 7-0 lead. called Into action at quarterback
timeouts was a calculated gamble. Bradford bounced right back with when Santa Fe's touted first-stringer, waur
"We used all three of our timeouts the first of its extended marches this Tracy' Ham, was held out for getting
and wouldn't have had any if he had one made possible by a holding penalty .into a fight at school.
kicked It and sent us Into another ses against the Raiders on a fourth and The second half start was all
sion. But you don't worry about torn- seven punt from the Tornado 23. Raiders, with the BHS defense ob-
morrow, you've got to take care of today Given new life BHS moved 62 yardson viously leaving something in the
," Hurse added with a chuckle. six plays with the big one being the locker room. Santa Fe, known as a ----
Hurse praised the Tornadoes for score: quarterback Bill Goodge s 40 passing team, ground out a 65 yard
"hanging tough" in the thick of their yard keeper ,on A PlaY.Jlf; ttedhimself march with all 13 PlaY>on ,
fourth straight tight ballgame.'Our W the f HrtS of'sWUnfykee?J!": ftS'IIfj'tlI\'t"provlde' AtJe1ffioul\d''r;
((Ids just hung in there and things Hurse had setiH a a.cassn.nrun flthe9'' II II eirtSVe was firs(an i
Went right for us this time after, going play but as Goodge, who had 107 tltret>.' David1 Sparks
the other way In the other three yards on 15 keepers on the night Bethea at the one and Swindell, Ricky
ballgames We had good, consistent recalled after the play "it was wide Griffis, and Reddish stopped a r a f
play by a lot of our kids. open between the left tackle and end Morgan sneak two inches from the
By all rights the game deserved to so I automaticked. It was Just like goal but Merricks, who led Santa Fe Ilk
be deadlocked after four periods. The practice, everything was so quiet out 'with 84 yards finally belted in for the I
teams ended even in first downs with' ,there and everybody heard the play.,". go-ahead score with 4:50: to go in the
10 each, Santa Fe ran 45 offensive Goodge took off outside of tackle Billy third. Bethea again was good with the
plays to Bradford's 44.and though the 'Shannon and tight end Chuck conversion to put his club up 14-7.
Tornadoes had the best of the total offense Williams and sailed free into wide "That really hurt bad," Tornado
production 245 yards to 165 open ground for the score. Clark was Defensive Front Coach Jimmy
they also turned the ball over on three true on the conversion to knot the Thomas said of the Raiders' scoring r 11
fumbles to the Raiders two Intercep- score at 7-7 with 3:47 to go in the first possession which consumed over '
tions; setting up the first Santa Fe stanza. seven minutes and Included nearly ......r
score with a fumble and missing out half of the visitors' total offensive
on their own chance to take the lead j A 10 yard swing pass from Goodge y'rc1olge. "Other than that we playedp
with 'a lost bobble In the second yo Jordan was virtually all the offense 'y good defense but they just jamin -
period. The bulk of the BHS stats either team could muster in the first >i down our throats for that one."
were rung up on Bradford's two 80 L)r half as Bradford's running game was Itf'I' both teams punted once and
yard touchdowns drives. .1t,lf bottled up and the Tornado defense, lJ, une moved Into the fourth : # ,. ,
Both teams had the ball in opposing'? being led by nose guard' Kenny pet I .id BHS started its rally. On first ,
territory four times in' regulation!' Wright, linebackers Mark Crews and and ten from his 20 Goodge ducked 1 1y
I scoring twice but failing twice.. ; Kevin Reddish and tackle Frank under a luckier and shot out 20 yardsto _
An tption pitchout dribbled ou i'J! Swindell, held the Raiders without a the 40. Parado then ran nine yardson c:: -
Rand ParadVs hands at the Torrt 'first down for the remainder of the a counter and got wide open at I
29 an&'Was recovered by the Raj half. Reddish picked off a Morgan midfield to take in a 20 yard pass from OurPrinting '
to set top' the game's first score. flta pass, the Tornadoes' second after an Goodge. Goodge struggled for 13 .In \ 1
Fe took Just two plays before\J ut earlier theft by Kenny Etheridge, and yards on a keeper to get to the Santa .
Sam Johnson got behind the TWnado set BHS up at the Santa Fe 39 with Fe IS and then scrambled away from Department. "
secondary on third and 11 aticf auled 10:32 left before the break but the Tor- Merricks to gain 10 more stripes to .
In a 31 yard scoring pass\ t'9 m QB nadoes fumbled back to the visitors the five. Finally from the eight yard
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Sharon Sweat Contest. Winner .

In a tough week for the prowinning the! contest the first two t?
gnosticators Sharon Sweat of Rt. 3, weeks. "Sometimes he's got one ; r
Starke tabbed nine of the 12 contest uame on one channel another on the y
games right to win the$25 top prize In other TV and the Gators plugged Into
the Telegraph Football Contest last his ear."
Sharon chuckled"I have to watch a Mary R. Crlbbs picked both the
lot of football," as she picked up her FSU win and Gator loss but missed R
check Monday. She was speaking of three other games to tie Sharon and
her husband Riley who just missed didn't fill In her tiebreaker blank.
RULES OF THE GAME... Sharon Sweat


1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their Im3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored In the I
mediate families arc welcome to enter, but there Is a Bradford County High School game each week (except
limit of ono entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill In
the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes and
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the their opponent combined In the tiebreaker blank, For Instance
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH since! the score In last week's BHS game was
office before 4 p.m. each Friday afternoon. Fill In all the Macclunny 17, Tornadoes 15, the correct total score was
blanks with either the name of the team you think will 32 points.
win or"tie" If you think the game will end In a tie. Tha. a.
person who picks the most games right will win the top 4)) All decisions of the (judges are final.
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\ Jr. Midgets 16 Bengals. 8 18 tackles and-assists followed'closely OP Stceler,7-sir. Pee Wees 6
The Bradford Cowboy Jr. Midgets by Aaron Mathews with 13.:Gill- A missed extra point was the difference
uppod their record to Ingham and Jess McSwain each had .
a spotless Mwith as .the Cowboy Junior PeeWees
let a he -fought 18-8 victory over ,seven 'stops and Daren' Chandler lost .a heartbreaker at
the Bengals pf Lake Butler Saturday recovered a.fUmble, Orange Park hut Saturday evening.
Lake the
Butler shut
tnStarke.. -i I dow up-then The host.Steeleni took a 7-0 first
'The Cowboys led all the way, scorn .gut'runs by fullback'Gerald Brown .''quarter)lead on a 69 yard scoring run
to*first after a blocked punt by Keith .But Hall took'Up the slack" with. M. and the extra point! but the Cowboys
Gillingham net them up at the Bengal yards rushing; most "sweeps.to the came.back midway through the second
'35. Robert Bellamy' 14 yard scamper left side. period as Damn Pattersonscooted
set up a one yard TO run by Kerry 35 yards for a TD. The Brad
HaH and John David Francis conversion ford team couldn't get: the tieing extra
boot,mada It 8-0 at half-time. WI_"""':' point though, and came up just short
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Lake Butler scared on a 49 yard run t :. : .......' irt the defensive struggle..,
with a fumble when Francis was MMt nr.rrM Wer, Greg led the Cowboy
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stripped of the ball but the extra point'failed ..-* '. ', ;---..... ..; defenders with Htackles, while Pat-
and the Cowboys etill led 84. II ,, __ ,. .. terson had;,eight slops and .Darrell
That lead.grew In the last period 1.n ..... .Cruce five.
'when Bellamy picked off a pass and w --, MM Other ..defenders'were James
returned It 18 yards to the Lake Butler ....." ,p..wx..rw. .S'ltUtvfeMtor 'McNeal, Ron Thomas Dane Clark.
one yard line. He then .. .
swept the left I' Wendell Hudson. Barnes, Tim-
.aide for the score and Francis again ,c_ ; .. .-( 'II' my-Seeley, Dennis Clover Jimmy
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toed the conversion for the final 19-6 180.. .... _<_. Burchlck, and Mike Anders.
try advantage CC...totnf I.r* ....(fniKH hMi>)> The' offensive linemen opening
Defensively the Cowboys' effort holes, were John, Berry. Robby
:Which held the losers to 87 yards totaloIfenae 1 I. McRae Clark, Dale Brown, Cruse,
a ,PickoffJr. was led by Tony Davis with Mike.Jackson,and Chris Farmer.

Midget Cowboy Robert Bellamy ''went high but 168 wlp- -",... ..-
couldn't pull down this Interception against Lake Butler Alto pictured for the Bradford teem are Airori Mathews.
Saturday. He had already picked off one pan .In his club's ('...o.SO: at left>)> and Barry BoswelHO at right), '


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I JV Tornadoes go:,'to: OTfor '1'stWin: ; ,

Bradford High's JV football team "We had been successful all day' that and saw that Crai 'open,"*
has taken to the song by Queen "And long on defense so we wanted them to Clyatt said of the third town TD call.,
Another One.Bites the Dust"I as Its. have the ball first," said JV Coach BHS went for two to win Ute gnmeand\
theme song. Last Thursday' night Lanier Clyatt. Grant Williams followed StephenSpell's
after two defeats, an opponent bit the This time the Yellow Jackets did block Into the endzone to win
dust for the Baby Tornadoes as BHS finally score, piercing In over the left the game. Mike Carroll blocked two
won an 84 overtime' ,"game at St. side on a run from the six. But on the .-passes before bruising a '.forearm.
Augustine. two point conversion run Bradford's Stephen Spell blocked punt and Tom
Tonight, Thursday, Oct.; 9, the 8-5 goal line defense caved In on the Johnson recovered it/and defensiveend
Bradford High jayvees try to even runner to keep the score-0.. Randy Conner and Sapp had in-
their ledger at 2-2 with a 7 p.m. home Bradford took the ball.for its set of perceptions to spearhead the defense. '
contest against Clay High of Green. downs from the ten and three plays which several times stopped the. Completed Pass for Pee Wees

I I Cove Last Springs.week's ballgame was a battleof later the Baby.Tornadoes evened the ,:'Jackets on fourth .and short' yardage" Cecil Jackson goes down in a pileup after catching a pas*. pictured are'.Cary: ..Mlie. JBH){' Briar' Barton >>;, unit
score on a flare pass from quarter; Situations' for the Pee Wee last '
defenses, deadlocked at OO at the back Vince Culverson to Craig Sop Cowboys. .S.lurday.Othe Cowboys. MichealStillwell! (43211'
end of regulation.. BHS won the coin swinging out of the backfield,."We. ," "'"
flip starting the overtime and elected tried to throw the ball to the tight end
to go on defense first. on the same
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Association of Retarded Citizens, start at 9 a.m.'Saturday. October 11, at (he. .
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Irnphieft to the first place male and female overall in both races as well as the (lOp .,
finishers In each of the 13 age groups for boys and girls. Second and third.dace'winners : c. .,,' :'1 '
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Music: Men, Kitchen's Tile TangleIn >t


Battle, of Flag Unbeatens Sunday. ,

The defending e champ Music power Kitchen's Tile set up a Sunday easy wins in Starke men's flag football -
I' Men (formerly Mac) and long time afternoon battle for first place with last weekend.
The Music Men'whitewashed the
I Sweathogs 60-0 while Kitchen's eased
past Hayes 42-12 Sunday afternoon in
Starke as both ran their marks to 30.1
They square off to determine league
leadership this Sunday afternoon at 3
p.m.. at the BHS practice field Just
west of the football stadium. u 1Cs "'
Kitchen's 42. Hayes
Quarterback Jackson Prevatt was 1 1I
on the mark for six TD's as Kitchen's I r y
slipped past a stubborn Hayes outfitin f ,
the second game last Sunday.
Prevatt hooked up with Dale Haas
i for scores from 30 and five yards out,
William Muse from the 10 and the
eight, fired a perfect over-the- W
f shoulder dart to Dennis Crawford fora
40 yard score, and then flipped athreeyarder
to Gene Raulerson In
KT's win. He also ran for a two-,
pointer and pitched conversion tossesto M, +l
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Raulerson (twice). Haas, and
David McGinnis picked off a pass
for the losers and caught a TD pass ,!T
from Buddy Paterson. 1-TVti

Music Men Sweathogs 4 .
Christy Chandler threw six
touchdown passes and ran for anotheras
the Music Men poured it on the .
Sweathogs 6frO in,Sunday's. opening, Nearly a Swipe'

game.10 yarders to Beaver DeSue and This pass was Intended for Chuck Johnson of the Pictured around the play are! Harold Chandler of the
started the onslaughtand Sweathogs (foreground) but was broken upend almost Music Men at left. Tom Paladins behind Chandler
n Chandler Hampton later threw scoring picked off by a Music Men defender In .Hag football last 'Johnson closed to the camera,and' Junior Schoenlng'al.
covering three Sunday. far right. iOn
strikes to Hampton .
and 35 yards and Mike Chandler for a t
{ six yard.score, before hitting L: Davis .:.,
with a 50 yard bomb and scrambling ";' '
40 yards for another score.' James ]
Weed came on at quarterback and Practice Field ,: .
threw touchdowns to Anthony Dom- .
mon and Harold Chandler to wrap up 1 f"

Battle Bill Ratllff for of the Hayes Ball at left, makes a nice grab despite the defense of the Early rout.Chandler got in on the scor- Victory Just What: Doc' Ordered i.

Kitchen's Tile Gene Melvin In Sunday men's Hag football. ing with an extra point. ;

I Hard" ""tits;; Were' Plentiful Monday I

BBS Girls Try to Stretch Win StreakThe

'. .With win number one safely tucked after people too." provement and Thomas agreed, but'
under their hip pads and the frustra- < It is the defense that is getting'.. added that Kenny has more to learn I
Lady Tornado volleyball team, 15-8 decisions. game.Lisa Alvarez served 10 straight tion of three straight defeats left much of the attention at practice. As about the tough noseguard position.
pulling together as its serving has improved Terri Thomas and Vaunda Brown scores before the first side out in behind Bradford's Tornadoes enjoyedone Coach David Hurse noted Tuesday "Kenny played a good ballgame Friday I
won for the third time in the served five points each In the second game one. of their best days of practice this "We've got to Improve defensively. if but he's got a ways he can come
last four matches against Hawthorne game and Lisa Alvarez started the "Our serving seems to be Improv- year Monday afternoon we are going to win." at noseguard. Right now he's hitting I
Tuesday night to pull above the .500 third game with six straight service ing as we go along," the Bradford "Man, we had some hits out there "We played well In spots Friday but I,the' center and trying to force him
mark at 5-4 points. Tracy Hankerson deliveredfive coach said after the win. yesterday," Secondary Coach Mike that long (63 yards) scoring drive to back. Kenny hits hard but he'll be In
The Bradford girls will try to more points later and the Lady' Hartley said of Monday's workout start the second half really hurt us,". on more plays when he learns to pop
stretch their winning streak to three Tornadoes had their come-from- Fe2-BHSl If-seriously suggesting the Best Hit said Thomas when asked about the the center a good lick and then read
matches with a road test at St. behind victory. Santa Fe's Lady Raiders pushed award for the week go for a practice defense. "We need to do a better Job, up and down the line and make more
Augustine this afternoon Thursday "We looked better serving, 'but their season mark to 8-1 but not collision rather than for one of the especially with our defensive ends plays on the outside."
Oct. 9, and then go to Buchholz and that's still the only thing we're Improving without a bit of a struggle In a matchat game's hard knocks. Defensive Coach and at the tackle positions. I thought "Our defense has come a good
Clay High for away matches Mondayand on," BHS Coach Inez Harvey Starke last Thursday. : Jimmy Thomas agreed; "Our Bruce Rehberg did a pretty good Job ways, but it's gonna get even better,"
Tuesday of next week. St. said after the match She promisedmore The visitors opened with a 15-7 win defense probably lilt harder than at for his first time at defensive end but Thomas added.
Augustine surprised BHS at home work on setting this week. but the Lady Tornadoes came back to any practice all year long, and the offense both our ends are in for a lot of work Hartley said his defensive backs
September 29 so the Lady Tornadoes even the game count at 1-all with a was really firing out and going this week. All the front people came provided a pretty good showing save
will be seeking revenge. BHS I-Macclenny 19-8: win in game two. "We Just didn't up and made: sol gp1' '!: Nrtd playsat for the first quarter bomb that got
The next home match is set for BHS made short work of Macclennyon make the mistakes we ,usually one tim pt* 'lRllMWe'need: to behind safety Brian Thomas.Not hav-
Thursday, Oct. 23, with Gainesville the road Monday night, with the make," Coach Harvey said in simplifying get more consist nt..We have to with ing to face regular Santa Fe quarter
High's Canes coming to town for a 7 easy win allowing Coach Harvey to the victory. Lorraine Bass served the kind of teams we play on down the back Tracy Ham (out because of
p,m. encounter. play her younger girls. four points and Renee Wimberly BHS RunnersWin line." fighting at school) meant, less
Vonda Kay Hall, Renee Wimberly, came off the bench to do the same in Thomas was pleased in one regard- pressure than was expected on the
BUS 2-Hawthorne I Myra Cummings, Patricia Slocum, that win. that the tackle charts showed more .pass defenders.: f
The class AA Hornets didn't surrender and Patricia Sams all saw action In But, BHS had problems setting the 23-34 'balance from the weeks when The offense again pleased Hurse.
easily, winning game one 15-13 the second game, a 15-10 win, after ball in the final game and Santa Fe 'linebacker Kevin Reddish and "Our offense is more productive than I
before Bradford got its act togetherand the Lady Tornadoes ripped the host escaped with a 15-8 win to wrap up the Bradford High's girls cross country noseguard Kenny Wright were making it's been the last couple of years.Ran
breezed to the win with 15-7 and ,Lady Wildcats 15-4 in the opening match. team ran its dual meet mark to 3-0 the bulk of the stops. Wright led dy Parado did a good: Job of running in
with a 23-34 win over St. Augustine on with six primary tackles and three big situations for us and I thought Bill
.. the Bradford Middle School course assists and Reddish was In on eight Goodge was more consistent on his
Tuesday afternoon. but Junior linebacker Mark Crews reads (on the veer option) ,against
"The kids ran the best race they had a hand in seven tackles, tackles Santa Fe."We're.
Tornado Freshmen 12-6 have all year, they really cut their Frank Swindell and Dale Buchanon trying to work up our pass-
Drop Opener times down," said BHS coach George both had five, and defensive backs ing attack too, Hume noted. "Right
Loper.Loper figured St. Augustine, a David Sparks, Kenny Etheridge, and \now we're having to throw to ourbacks
team that topped (the Lady Tornadoesby Brian Thomas each had at least four primarily." ,
nine points at the multi-team tackles. "We're getting more peopleIn .BHS threw 10 times against the
Host GHS9th- Graders: Tuesday Night Bishop Kenny Invitational earlier, on the plays and that's what we hiders, the most all year, and all
would be a rugged test. "The girls want," Thomas said. "Mark Crews fitecompletlons> were to backs swinging -
knew it would be really tight and that had one of his better games for us,he out of the backfield.i, Parado got
Bradford High's ninth grade football yard TD run by Lafayette Chandlerbut graaers will be at .home for the first they'd have to run their best. They was more Involved. trod" (in the middle for a 20 yarder and
team dropped a tough 12-6 verdictto Chandler was stripped of the ball time, hosting Gainesville High for a 7 did" Hurse said Wright', just a fullback Mike Jordan caught: four
the Wildcats of Baker County in on a run to the Wildcat seven In the p,m. contest. He wasn't exaggerating. All seven sophomore, has Impressed him more passe*..for 28 yards, most on quick
I their season opener at Macclenny closing minutes and the Bradford BHS runners lowered their personal than any other player with his Im .sidelins_ outs into the flats.
Tuesday night. team Just ran out of time. "They moved the ball on Macclen, bests with Tiffany Griffis leading the <-.,
The BHS frosh scored once on a 25 This Tuesday night the ninth- ny, we just ran out of time when that high school pack and a 1-2-3 BHS
fumble got stripped" Head! JV-9th finish with a 13:06 time.The Roadrunner -
grade coach Rick Stevens said of the Club again:ran along with the high I
opening ballgame.The school girls and eighth grader Linda ; Homecoming I'I |

I Youth Flag Football lost opportunity to tie the game OeWitt was the top finisher overall,
and get the chance at a game-winning cutting the course record and her
7-9 Year Olds 10-14 Year Olds conversion came after the'Cats faked BMS school mark down to 12:IS for Revival I
a punt but were stopped. The first the 2-mile course.
The Cowboys and Colts both won Oct. 2: BHS score came at the end of a long Timmy Gonzales is still the only I I
twice Starke last Recreation week to stay on top in the Steelers 34-Dolphins drive into Macclenny territory.The boy on the BHS team, though | Oct. 12 19 7:30 Nightly
Department'sFlag The Steelers won their third two scores by the hosts came on Roadrunner Paul McKinney was the
Football League for 7-9 year straight as Rob Spitze ran for long jaunts by a hefty fullback who top local finisher In the 3-mile boys I
olds touchdowns from the 40, the 10, and gave Bradford trouble all night long. run,' taking fifth overall with a 20:30: | Rev. Gene Lyc>>
The Cowboys were 4-0 and the Colts the three and threw for a score to "We started off with some of our clocking. : rtsEvangelist
heading into a battle between the Chad Mullins to lead the win. other kids in the first half and then I I
two Wednesday afternoon.Oct. Dewey Williams fired a TD to Mike brought in the starters, the kids we'll TSnI"......... \
(i Waters to add to the barrage. go with most of the time. They moved 01.,.. (IM n I*. AuflwftUn* 94)) I) TIHwty. OrlffltM I
Coils 13. Broncos Chad Mullins ran 10 yards for the the ball but didn't have time II. tl Jmlfer 5117,10. I) ,....Mwtlm, UiU. I)
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Mark Strickland scored on runs only Dolphin TD after scrambling 30 at the end." ...... III) lyiM U w 'I.'... .... '-d--n. UM Sunday, Oct 19
covering; 40 and five yards and Ed yards to set up the score. Stephens praised running backs DvWItt Ililf C.rafC.4iirwl4iSt._.-...II.....
Douglas added a conversion as the Oilers 13. Rams Chandler and Brad Brown, linemen 0111' ......,.!II.... .. ]Invited
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Colts topped the Broncos Monday. Timmy Nugent and Andy Nuygen Wayne Cribbs and Doug and Don T'.'.-........'-l McNlMwy' "" ...O..rf*Crvwt
James Quiet had the only Bronco ranf for TD's and the Oilers kept He Green, two-way standout Eric Lane, ft.,..Mum 0.v/6" 22.09.
score on a 10 yard run. Rams out of the endzone to win 13-0 and quarterback Richie Fender, BHS runs at the Lee Invitational, a Pine Valley Congregational 1 Holiness Church
along with tight end-defensive end | I
Cowboys 24 Bucs 7 Thursday. Tom Johnson, who meet including class AAA, AA, and A 2 Miles North of Stark on US-30I: ]
The caught a ,
Cowboys rolled over the Bucs Robert Taylor and Tommy Jones pass
to stay unbeaten as Chuck Mullins had Interceptions for the losers and a defensive end Billy Rehberg, and offensive goes teams to from Palatka the area for a, Saturday run at St 11 Johns and Take Dirt Road by Iradford Furniture,Factory n

and Donnie Francis hooked up on Taylor to Dude Paladino pass went linemen Eric Rauhoffer and Community! College Tuesday, Oct. 14. I Rev. David Hodges Pastori, H
three touchdown passes and Calvin for 25 yards but the Rams were still Kevin Johns. \
Kane and Tommy Balcom made flag shutout victim
tackles In the end zone for safeties.
Scott Duncan got In on the scoring
with an extra point run.
Oct. I: I"o p' ....".. .0...... P.- I I special-
Colts (-Bucs 0 NOW
Mark Strickland ran 40 yards to
spark the Colts past the Bucs In a OPEN
game that was tied (0-0 at halftime. '

Cowboys 19 Broncos 8 k I'; F3 to Z Pawn
Chuck Mullins scored seven points
and threw for another six-pointer to Mon.-Fri. 9 AM- 5PM '
Donnie Francis as the Cowboys top- 064-8348. ,144'W. Call St.
ped the Broncos last Wednesday.
The Mullins-to-FrancIs play con- r
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Lis iiMc'D' well and William Carter Married '

9 4 4r Se '4"'.. 20 in i the First United Methodist Church' : : I

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Miss ,.Ll99tAnne! [ McDowell of Miss Debbie Everts served as maidof kept the bride's book.
l''Ralforduhter) of Mr. and Mrs. honor. Bridal attendants were The bride's table- was covered with Southwest High School in Miami, Fl..
'' and Misses Kellie McDowell Dawn and is employed with Nationwide Ins.
'Gene McDowell of Raiford, a white Army-Navy tablecloth with
William Benjamin Carter son of Mr. McDowell, Barbara McDowell, burgundy underlay and was centered of Gainesville"The
and Mrs. William Carter of Starke sisters of the bride, Yvonne with a three tiered wedding cake groom is a 1975 graduate from
,,' McDowell, cousin of the bride and Bradford/ High School In Starke and Is
were united in marriage Saturday, decorated in burgundy rose and
First Deanna McDavid, all of Raiford. side employed with the United Postal Service
.September' at 7 p.m. in the white. On either were three-
United Methodist Church of Starke r ,They were gowned alike in Daphne branch silver candelabra with burn- of Gainesville.
with Rev. Fred Yerkes performingthe : Rose floor length silk gowns with a ing tapers. Silk flowers in burgundyand
nuptials, soft draping neckline accented with a rose shades were entertwlned
The chancel area of the church held r' rope belt with silk fringe. A burgundy around the candelabra. Cutting the
four pedestals on which urn ar* rbse carnation adorned their hair. cake were Mrs. Carol McDowell, aunt
rangemenls of greenery and fresh Each attendant carried a nosegay of of the bride, and Mrs. Joseph
flowers in the shades of burgundy, silk daisies, mums and baby's breathin Candela, aunt of the groom.
blue, pink and mauve carried out the tho burgundy, rose and lavender The punch table was covered with a ,
bride's chosen color theme. The tones. white Army-Navy lace tablecloth yr
chancel rail was decorated with fresh Given in marriage by her father with burgundy underlay and was
cut magnolia leaves. Centering the and family, the bride wore a centered with a crystal punch bowl
I or, pulpit level was an arch candleabra candlelight silk organza gown with with a garland of fern mixed with
which was flanked on either of Its Venice lace.The Venice lace trimmedthe burgundy and rose flowers encircling
sides by two spiral candleabra. Urn scalloped U-neckline and the fit it. Pouring punch were Mrs. Dwight
arrangements of greenery'decorated ted midriff. Lace accented the widely Marshall aunt of the groom Mrs.Arthur
fAi ,; .7 the floor area. The choir loft held two cuffed sleeves. The full skirt had Winkler and Mrs. George
seven-branch candleabra decoratedwith shadow panels of silk chiffon com- Winkler. f '
fern. pletely outlined with matching lace. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Levi!

Mrs. Mona Canova, organist, Mrs. She wore a gold necklace, and her Whittle, Mrs. Oren Derkman, Miss
Charlie Green, soloist, presented a elbow length bouffant veil was a-!;- Sherry Gohagen, Ms. Beverly Tryell ..Y
of nuptial music. trimmed in matching Venice lace. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider.
program David Carter, brother of the groom, She carried a silk cascade arrange- Following) a 5 day wedding trip to
was best man. Ushers were Steve ment of sweetheart roses and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, the couple
Carter, Raymond Whittle, Terry stephanotis in candlelight shades.A Is residing at 910 Southgate Dr.,
held in the church Starke.
reception was
McDowell, Paul Canova and Dickie .
Derkman. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. David Carter The bride Is a 1978 graduate of
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lIte ffJodat f7Jider Bruce Phyllis Allen Diane Strube Stovall. '

To Wed Nov. 1

Mr. and Mrs. Clark S. Stovall Sr. of !
Keystone Heights announce the 4 I '.
Mr. and Mrs. WUUw'. .;Benjiimln Carter vtadyd Woof yt engagement and forthcoming mar 1
.."" "". / 7L1/ riage of their daughter, Phyllis
Diane, to Bruce Allen Strube, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Strube, also of
W.T. Weeks Chapter >Ml** Karen Redish 964.7608 Keystone Heights.. "
The wedding is to take place Satur-
U.D.C. Holds AtBridesmaid's
MeetingThe day, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. in the Community I
W.T. Week Chapter of the LuncheonMiss Church of Keystone Heights.
U.D.C. met Wednesday Oct. 1. at tbe Karen Reddish, October 18 All friends and relatives of the bride i
home of Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs, bride-elect was complimented at abridesmaid's and groom are invited to attend.
J.W. Kincaid with Mrs. J.D. Seymouras luncheon Saturday, Oct. Reception Immediately to follow the

co-hostess with 16 members. pre- 4 given by Mrs. Vernon Brinson, Mrs. ceremony. .
sent. David Jones and Mrs. Frank Kilgo,
The meeting was. opened with' !;Aunts of the prospective groom, at the
prayer followed by the flag salute. borne of the latter In Macclenny.'
Mrs. Lester Crews, president;;,>r' 'y'kTbe guests were seated at two large
reported on the Founders Day luncheon .I tables, in the dining room and family ,
in Jacksonville. She also urgedall .
room which were covered with embroidered -
members to attend the State Convention linen cloths. The tables
to be held in Gainesville on
centered with
were arrangements of
Oct. 1318.. roses and roses were also used at van-
Mrs. Franklin S. Weisgerber, tage points throughout the .t's.
Registrar of the W.T. Weeks Chapter, rooms. party a" 1

Introduced Mrs. Buford Mitchell.: The hostesses presented the pen. ,:
Mrs. Mitchell Is president of the honoree with a platter from her :
Keystone chapter that was formedthis chosen china at memento of the oc- ,
summer by Mrs. Weisgerber.The ,casion. :

new members..chapter has,"eleven charter Among Ish.those grandmother attending and were mother Miss, .. .. ;\ ::' X. I

Mrs,Elzle Sanders, hls.tgrlan..gav.,; Mm Frank Norman and Mrs. Lamar i,' ''''' ,
in Interesting program on Major \IJM Ii I. : ,!,.. ; {,.
>e prospective groom's.,,. ., ( '" 'Ho't / '
r:""' 'lu''$'General Joseph''Wheetei' ;'*-' ""> -?; Et 3"iU! '''{ tt y .toO" "; '.!, m;; "..'NO' .
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Fashion Look
Dressy After 9 haw reunion.set
LEILA'S for Oct. 19 : { j
Dress Gift Shop '
Descendants of
Bradford Ansel. Bryant '
Levi, Madison, Angeline, Emmaline lot
,and Fronts Shaw will hold a reunion ,
the third Sunday in October (Oct 19)). save a i i"I

Little Women Will .' .The location has been changed to
the Alachua Lions Club in Alachua.
Hold Model Meeting A.business meeting will begin at 11

Tonight Oct. 9 ', ?;.a.m.and: luncheon will be at noon. would<1Y that any time you can >pond) a little money

A Model Meeting'' of the. Little! yKri. ''''U tL.descendants,.,. are encouraged to flow to save a I lot of money over ,\ long period! it's: a pretty

Women's Club of Starke will be hW?: ."'!l.,.1...,..., gooJ investment. And that's how feel about insulation
tonight (Thursday) at the Woman>> ? J'f1. and those other features in :
energy-saving our housc.ay.
Club in Starke at 7 P.M. >:',f '." ,
Prospective members have been tan /! \'. Mr. Robert McMahtm Qxroa.. He and his wile, Jean,

vtted to attend. First Vlc..p..icHQStacy 5:w art ,.: Fashion Looktiewy estimate they save $30 to $40 a Ill'}nth because! of their
Denmark will assume t, ; 'Dressy After 5 '
initial investment in Wart-Wise{ Living package:
duties of president at this meeting. :: I.KII./VS
Plans. will be formulated for the ; Dress Gift; Shop the time they built their home. .

Club's Annual Christmas Formal. La-' Bradford Square What a Watt-Wise{ package..' It's a combin.itii >n of '

the tain "Proper Herres will Care present and a Look program For on a -- features th.ir meet FPL's: energy}: -SoI\'inu standard.and can\ I .

More Beautiful You". be easily included in the construction of a new home.

Mrs. Joan the Little Chitty Women's has been appointed Over a period of years they can save Volt substantial
sponllOl'by .71
the Woman's Club President, Mrs. more than they Cl1 t..
Marjorie Thomson. A ... (.' + Watt-Wise homes have cost-saving t features like ':
hour Is being planned following the, ', >,, ,1 extra: ceiling and wall insulation, solar or heat-recovery i
+ NOTE -
meeting by a committee of Women'sClub r PLEASE
Members, headed) by Mrs, IV'\ :. '( u units tor water heating, a higher-efficiency} airconditioncr I : (

Joseph Warren. '-r t .m'.. J or heat pump. Power savers like fluorescent liglltinu u'nd!

", microwave l1"ean,1 efficient windows! juul
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miGRAPH. office. T-_ without. giving lip comfort. '' ,ti ll find! them itt' JPL
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A office and pick up :a t tree

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Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reddish of'j t. 31 '. .' :
Waldo announce the birth of their son;' t r Mrs. Greg Reddish were '. -. '"Is I
:: Mark Andrew, on September 25 Inft;v-weekend visitors of his father. Sheriff s '( :! ., r.: .
Alachua-General Hospital. '.', MOO' -Reddish and grandmother! ',''" ''' :\,.' t ". ,," I.' _It'I..,......,...,1\,. ''' ),y 'I He Joins a brother, Matthew, age 4. Mrs. P.D.' Reddish" : s ," 1\., '"" .. ,j
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Alachua General Hospital. .1"/!'f'$:;.fjrfanii; ; !Mrs. Olin White have had :#; <> : : STA"Eloofflas -L 4:
Maternal grandparents are the irsete': hilt) sister;Mrs. B.F. Bonne. Jackson, : "
John DeVore and Mrs Pauline, T$n.. and his niece and nephew, Mr '< i : '
DeVore of Lawtey. Paternal grandparents -' air4 t1'1... David O\'e-rtlln"nr/i i .. ; moreth"an:1t.costs.
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'iI The BEA is on the move...aalai1.1! .
,I till' j! membership, and dues are tip in
..I t t .... Bradford County. The Sept. fI fir vt
primary election brought a clean' dtl
First United
Homecoming Sunday switep with the union's first political

Bethel Baptist Church Methodist Church endorsements. (r'f
r Yen the BEA (Bradford Educauun!
5r Bethel Baptist Church will bo hewing The first series of Association F A/Unlted'AKT) I is. on/
their annual Homecoming: Sun "Falth-In-The-Arts" concerts this, the move .'
day,'with former pastor Key. ItusKell winter will be Sunday evening, October The SEA negotiated a now Iltr.'...
Davis preaching the morning service. 12, at 7 p.m. to a p.m. in the year agreement which increo/K >
The Singing Silcox Family will bn sanctuary of the First United salaries an average of' $2MXnri( /. >i
providing special mimic during themorning Methodist Church: of Sfdi-ke. Ms. Pat newly compressed salary sdiertiilo'. II'
service and Joining I them for Porterfield, the guest vocalist is a Many other improvement W'I(' tt\
an afternoon sing will be the Clay iiill former television actress who is now eluded In the new pact Including\
Singing Grour.and Youth Choir and I lie director of Evangelism: for tho revised sick leave bank and'It?
the first' United Methodist Church
Singers.! of St. proscription service card which
Lunch will be served at 12:30: end Petersburg A variety of religious allows prescriptions after 91
paying It
afternoon sing begins at 1:30: p.m. music will be i included. The public is deductible
Everyone is Invited to come and enjoya most cordially invited to attend.A Teachers ratified the new agi'ee-i t
great day In the Lord. new United Methodist'Men's ment unanimously the first weep of
group Is being organized and will school.In .
meet for the first time this Sundny this political/ season, the HE A
5Pal morning Oct. 12, at U'M: a.m. in tint also, for the first time endorsed
fellowship hall for a continental political candidates. The union barked .
Seventh. Day Adventists breakfast. The guest speaker will be two school board candidates hurl
Health Emphasis the nev. Cliff McCloud: of the the superintendent. All three wont

PortorfleM Week Oct. 4-11 Presbyterian Church of Starke.' This And while all of this was going on,
is for men of all ages tluit have a the membership! voted nt contract.
Since everyone must See difficult! desire! In make a successful Men's ratification time to hike the union Cheryl Kuvkrndall
1st United Methodist problem occasionally, it's good to group., dues nearly 60 percent-froni $IZ/ to UI))Its M. Ne\ljome
: Faith in the Arts know that relief is only a flex of (lie "This Sunday's sermon topic fur the $2 muscle away.Physical morning u'shlp's"rvlce is "The What Impact has ail of this handy
Concert Series BeginsPat activity, not drugs 411' Earned Harvest 'by the Rev. Warren Klulf had on BEA? K( Newsome
Porterfield, renowned vocalist alcohol is the best way to gl'tl'ld of Llln er. "Prayer study for the evening "Our membership is higher than it. .uykendaalt,
what's bugging Seventh is H p.m. in the conference room. has been.
you. Hay ever We are tit nearly Ait!
and actress will be
presenting a concert
Adventists in Starke will be told OF-1.) 'rhe Methodist youth have planned membc-rs-over 02 percent of bur
of sacred and secular vocal
11. n kidnapping cookout fur this Sun- '
music Unite, Oct. 12, 7 p.m., at the Pastor Bob Fuller who says pain--' day Oct. 12, tot [5:31): p.m. potential President.If said Julie Miller liRA Announce Engagement
First Methodist in
ChUrcIf '
Slarke. ; ting the house, cleaning the yard or Church MeetingsMim. / it seems like lot has h.IPII'I1'"i! In
A cordial invitation is extended to waxing :!,Ollt' car are very Ocl. Ill: Council on a short period of tune, it li.ia.
the public. therapeutic, will indicate (but it's not Ministries 7.IW: pin.. "We want teachers to l>a in (lie! ,nVfr. and Mrs. J.L. Kuykondull Sr. Newsome of Jacksonville.The .
Ms. Porterfield will be the first of the chore but the stretching of .the Tucs. -Oct.. 14 Worship ( on''out. forefront of community activity tu of Keystone Heights, oiinounee. tho? wedding Is planned fur Saturday
six:concerts to be offered by The First arms and legs that brings the needed 7:00:. p m.Wed. Bradford County I both politically md pnKUjteiricHl( dad approaching tnarrl.i Dec. 6, at 4 p.m. at the Keystone.
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United Methodist Church through Choir. fl. their Faith In the A rti concert series. During Health Emphasis week thin m; Adult Choir 7:45: p m. She went I on to say, "We want' our l Cliuryi l, to Doyle M. Newsome son of All friends and relatives the couple
Ms. Porterfield's list of credits Includes year, the members will review 1l>u> The United Methodist Women are community to see who our l<--idieri I Mrs. '1'.V. Newsome and the late T.V.Gardening. are invited to attend.
basics of good health introduced into selling stationery with I lie picture of are and what they do with children.
from a Bachelor State of Arts Degree the church over 100 years HUD. K\er- (ho church on the front. A package of Purl of our money will go to buying a
Michigan University
worked for over 30 advertising agencies else, frequent use of water, Nth Inside 25 note size stationery is $5. newspaper ad to honor one 1 teacher
in both television and radio and out, correct diet, plus fresh .. per! month. These will be representative
air and sunshine head a long fiat of .. hh.1I1 Disk of all of our teachers." I
was official trade show
simple aids to good health IhPSSllcr I in Florida
spokeswoman for Republic Steel and Politically, Miller expects Die union
Soon will be
also did Industrial shows for Buick having nutrition t.1 continue endorsing candidates< : us
Chrysler, Frigidaire. Oldsmobile classes and simple treatment onscreen & Gift I ShopHrutlford well as /being involved in oilier
Chevrolet and Ford. Ms. Porterfieldappeared using water only. Over 50'(, of Square| ; political activity. "Politics it* whore
on television in various the membership are (luclo-ovo the action ix," she said. "We waii't. '
"specials" and afternoon dramas and vegetarians-. ) -which means they....includo teachers to know what they van lo, Isy Dr. IlitlHMtJ., Black landscaping and not as an .allcr-
was featured in six Broadway shows. eggs, milk and butter to their Difficult how they can do it, and what they can tCt't. Urban' :| Iluiliciillili'lNt thought. Winding border edges scattered -
They were: The Unsinkable Molly meatless diet. SituationsIn get done if they try." I arrangement of. flower' beds,
Brawn, Tall Stur.v. 'I'hiMtitchmakvr., A happy state of mind! and ;i clear Routine Stops She sold the BEA plans to send' /a KouiindHtion plantings are I the Burden accessories shrubs and 11'1'('>1
Hell are Ringing/ l-'cinnv. and South/ conscience toward man and God life local lobbyist to Tallahassee for par h.uunf' good home landscape design. tire a few !11'm"Ihlda create pro:
Pacific. essential to both pliyiiicnl and mental "Routine1" traffic Rtnpv by: troopersoften of the legislative session nt'11 t years UN :-llcllIJ/Jl/lhll/S/ imply a heavy moss- blem when uiipUiniiud.!
health. Pastor Fuller states this is turn inlo dill'tcuUsituations said part othe/ "''' A/United lobbying ins: "f'Indlt'I'lalulI'OLII'Id the burs) of a Interest in a landscape planting is
United Pentecostal Church wehre tho church comes In the Florida! HiKhway' Patrol today."For team. Iwil ,I III/f/ which Is a most' often I created by ciinlr.ifct. This run be
20.1 N. Water St. Some 3wm other Seventh nay example: taiii Colonel This Increased activity carries avert, iiliinaii.oaLivo way to iipproiirli l.ind- ik contrasting ground; cover nt. her' than
Adventists congregations <:(".'( to Kldrige teach: Patrol (direetoi into the union itself. The fI.AlI'w.: \ | :iuii., grass in planting design. In uddilion,
Pastor: Itev. 0.". Wells! coast, will observe this special henlth "sixty ol ohotoi,1M( !) person arreMedauring ( paying ex ,," di'K-i'.He.-, O"l< i. Inside( the home, the one nnnlit bociiine nun.e aware of tho
91).1.H21.) ( theme this week also. The public i'- the first six taunt 1w 01 j wt) lo the MA/United Delegate) ( ': '!fK'/iuilur tcela that every' inch of C"IIII'l1I19 of plant forms lextiirer -
Youth Services Friday 7:30 p.m. welcome to attend. The church' ,is were charged with currying! a concealed ,Assembly In October in Miami wall .;puc mint ue covered. with a flower fruit and foliage color. wilh
Sunday School Sunday 10(11): > a m. !located on 2:10-A: Bethel Baptist Hd weapon IJnlliny one of (hraeincidents / How does a local take on such puce III fw mmre./ The same Idea the possible inlrodiiL-iioii uf certain
Evangelistic Serv. Sunday 7:30: The worship service begins :-it 10 :tu could have" resulted in thetrooper ., dramatic activities in such a bhml r ole: prevails III an approach, 'lo out- non-living structural elements. These
pru. a.m. being shot. pace nf time/ The opportunity w.,' sid; !' "will dwiijnWh' t they're. ac.iilv could be inlcresliiiR paving |ultcrnH.
Bible Study Wednesday 7:30: ( p.m. Records show that 57 persons were present and the leadership look ,K! ,. i.'iog! in such a case Is providing screens or bullies, planters amt water
charged with resisting arrest; with vantage of, it. ; '-t insider between the slrucl"ii feature .
violence and 82 were charged wilh' "We negotiated! a good contract and MI'- dye, thus one dues not Now i Ilf a good time of your t lo taken
resisting arrest without/ violence1. J;: with a good ruin. I told list/nifinh, t '4rih'iniCuit' l tinoilier.! look at your planting design and

Ir Evis '", In thejuqje with JUWllJjgjxjJuiJUTS I ,i+I li pN" wo w Ha-Hirtiinii. pwiii., ,,,."'", .. .verb !f'r'' 'J1I'1\11) \ l QI e n,'tdt' ,Ili sr ,1. ".,an.'y/e it for dexiKetrgenrbtyutPylotPtf! : '
were charged '
sale belt wnlk "
F ,, i07S. attempted to floe from theUimpcrx Miller said, "we could be -.,.Ilsl"t!' .:. ,.III, "J'lW, ;, Ie, idNtit11'Uavv411\ it,",'ma: |sell plnntH. in a coiiluiiiuu row "
+J r t mid willi what we had, or pifili.io" ;I''n) ::1'1,t: 11'n, ( \IIIIIIIt1: ,I : Ityinlilnri.l, '{ '\ IhiJnxiikcjl. appear: n,i.tf plaids ureel-', it
( uppirhcndod.There '- i
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blld wllrd."I :inn: .1J i I r! 1 is 1 II basic initniK lo (the building, you. can
I BEWIICMWG BARGAINS KH the were I. 118 III'rca.t..l'or leaving told them that people &--Ah.il' '.m"ioiu'iil| of all giHKl Uindscape remedy the problem without completely
scene of an accident al! well a" 'I. they pay for and I hat people arc 11101 eiinpressed U. 'tin tnuplluty/ does not iiieiiniiiniK.riii1 renovating the existmi( plan- .
\ HflLLOWEEfifrom driver's 26,615 arrests license.for driving without a with things that cu.-i !tht!> m .v Rather it is variety lings. The learrantiemcnt of some
money... We were thanking too. ch'.1011 A largo variety of plants! and the addition. of others may
[ Hallmark "We do our best to "conserve filepeace I ly..., she said. riiini/ 'iiiiii-i-iiils I'an result in n clut- be till! I hut i!. necessary lomakellnap-
To You nn our highways, said leicli.; The members accepted 'i't: i tvi"oil ,i|>p<>iiriiiH.'ein pealing 'landscaping out of an
but us with all et her laws of land .
our challenges and the union Is mw-w, Halloween Cards '-, ,our citizens must" tdko I he lead in alwad.p u!!. :su i also is case of
flit law.
"obeying .iip.iinl.
"iiiviv Maintenance should be
Se Party Goods \ ij r n-iili-icd in I the planning hinges of Servicemen '

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Stop And By Check Out All f"c The Race For !f'

The Fine Hallmark Gift I Your State Senator I

Ideas At The Office Shop II

Did Not-End Yesterday.-; II I

.at Now You Have A Clear' Choice. I

Farmer. John is a citrus grower ,. I'

and commercial' keeper :\

He knows about the needs of rr 1

our farmers and when he's I
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SOME OF THE MANY saying. r=; Airman W.R. Padgett

Airman I/C William R. Padgett,
son of Dewitt and
Rosa L. Padgett nf
Educator. John is a former 'fI Slarke, has been assigned to Fortuna \
public r Air Force Site, North Dakota.
school teacher and 'Js" '
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Dean. His first-hand experience :'i\ AFB Miss., the airman completed an : 'I''
800 hour
Ground Radio
and Com-
helps him understand the problems munication Equipment Repairman I
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our teachers and
children. '
j. grade of 97.2 percent.
Airman Padgett is home on leave I
CASH REGISTER 9'4 I. and will be taking his wife, Elaine and i
Business Man. John's successful their (two daughters with him to his
511-N t.
Secretarial new assignment.
Rey business career is proof that he I .;
.t Airman Padgett Is a 1974 graduate
I| '595. $$59500 Posture Chair can get problems solved.efficiently '"1 of Bradford High School.
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I and economically \\V" Rl Airman James Tontllnson
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$9869 We need '
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VICTOR 100 businesslike Airman James E. Tomlinson 1
f help in ,son of
> Wide Mr. and ,
: Mrs. Winfred E. Tomlinson J
CALCULATORAd Tallahassee.: of Starke has been I
I ling[ Machine assigned to
Keesler Air Force Base, Miss.
.1 13995 John Newsom. .uniquely qualified to represent the concerns completing Air Force basic training., after .;. I
Rolls During the six weeks
of this large and diverse Air Lackland
=4' .. .district. Force Base Texas the airman
< n f with you... studied the Air Force mission I
$660 And Moto A/ The john received organization and customs and :..
=' Dozen a new beginning relations.special training in human

f.-- eOff i C V 1 The airman will now receive

specialized instruction In the ad- .
Cross ministration field. r,
Shop Newsomf1a. Airman Tomlinson Is "

Pen & Pencil Sets ''low Cells, graduate of ,Bradford High School.a 1980 '

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"BRADFORD MIDDLE'SCIIOOL Sapp, sue Smith, 'Rob Spitze, Judy elected vice-president of this year's has been learning about good health
,s seas. RAINBOW NEWS Strickland, 'Diane Wood; 'Melanie P.T.A.Steve and his classmates were and care of teeth. They practiced
i am mna r POWERNATIONAL / Dates to Remember Wood, Sheila Patel, Elizabeth Ryan very excited about his mother's newly brushing teeth with big brush and a
October (- First Six Weeks ends. Lisa Green Rebecca Young, andValarie elected post and are looking forward big set of teeth. They ate apples, carrots -
Monday October 13-Report cardsgo Jenkins. to the up-coming Halloween Carnival and celery because they are
home. TIN Grade Kelllene Bailey Scott which Steve's mother will oo-chalr nature's toothbrushes. Ms. Julie Car-
Friday. October 17' Teachers Bigham, Marsenna Brantley, Amy J. with Jim Lawson son, Dr. Odom's dental hygienist,
Planning day Student holiday .Carter, Bonnie Geiger, Allen Gon- Mrs. Dorothy Leach's third grade came to visit the class. She showedthe
i \ We would like to welcome Mrs. Lin- zalez, Erika Gruen, Lynn Holtzen- thanks Mrs. Van Allen, Stacey's class the best way to brush their
Y da McRae to our School Volunteer dorf. Nancy Jakab, Karen Martin mother, for coming to talk to them teeth and told them what the dentist
Program. Any one interested In Sharon Martin, Tonya McCloud, about Japan and] showing many does. She gave each child a
volunteering their time at BMS please Theresa McCollum, Donna Parado, beautiful pictures and slides. The toothbrush.
contact Mrs. Douglas In the office or Richard O'Steen, Stacey Reddish, class learned a lot about Japan and its Some more students from Mrs.
Mr. McKinney. Rita Richardson, and Deana Tomlin- people. Stacey and her family spent Elaine Wood's fifth grade math class
8th Grade State Assessment test son. three years In Japan. Stacey appeared who passed the four-minute-onehundredprnhlem -
will be given Tuesday and Wednes- on Japanese TV as a model multiplication test
day, October 7th and 8th. We will be The class is sorry she is leaving for a are: Docile McRae Kenneth Owens
receiving results In December and Southslde tour In Spain soon. She will be missed Richie Taylor, Jody Brown, Brian
d they will(; be given back to you as soon' Elementary very much. The class thanks Mrs. Reid, Jimmy Burchick, and Daniel
as possible, For those students absent School News Bryant, Ronda'ft) mother, for being Bronson. There are now twenty-one of
during regular testing,retakes will be Calendar oleventllOctober their classroom volunteer. the thirty-three students who have
during the week'of Oct I HMh.: Those ., end of the first. six weeks Mrs. Mullins kindergarten class passed this milestone.

"F, _._ students who fail the test will be work- grading period. .
ed with extensively and will have October -lO, State AssessmentTests
several opportunities to take the test, for third and fifth graders. F
SCHOOL LUNCH WEEK again. October t, at 7:30 p.m. there will bea I FI
OCTOBER 12- IS The following students have been! meeting of the Halloween Carnival
October 12 < 18 Is National School Lunch Week, this year spotlighting the nominated for Junior Beta Club. Chairpersons In the Southside
i culture of our neighbor to the south. Mexico. Mexico has a reputation for These students' have over-all grade cafeteria.
'I friendliness and hospitality their culture combines fun, food and family in point averages of 3.2 or higher. They October 13, report cards go home
.,.1{ celebrations known as fiestas. will be expected to maintain good with the students
::1 The National School Lunch being served this year nationwide Is a Mexican -grades and conduct throughout the Saturday from" October 25, Halloween
Fiesta. Bradford County school cafeterias are participating by serving the year. (*) indicates returning Beta Carnival S-0 pm. withe
lunch of beef and cheese tacos,lettuce: & tomatoes, Spanish rice, Mexlcali corn, members! and have earned a 3.4 Southside campus. Everyone is
pineapple tidbits and milk overall grade point average: welcome. You need not have students 1 / III
] The Food Service Coordinator, Dolores Morgan, would like to encourage 8th Grade IKay Allen, Pam In Southside school to attend the car.
parents to drop by the school cafeterias during National School Lunch Weekend Austin, Tracy Baez, Pat Barber, nival. There will be fun for everyoneand
meet the cafeteria managers, see how the cafeterias are operated and become Brenda Bawek, 'Melissa Burnsed, food will be served. Plan to come
acquainted with the school lunch program. Regina Cannavo, Helen Chen, 'Kirn for your evening meal and stay to participate .
r Cogdill,Ken Crawford Phillip Crews, / in the games.
Tony Diggs, Donna Dorminey, Craig Mrs Carolyn Taylor's first grade
LI'tWTEY SCHOOL NEWS Falstreaux,John D. Francis,'Cheryl class was thrilled to see so many
; have graciously helped In the past. Foster,Janet Grlffis,Marie Innocent, parents! turn out for the annual P.T.A s
The Lawtey Elementary School For this reason, we urgently request Catherine Lancaster, Rosaland Len- Open House meeting, September 23. I t e
Carnival will be held Saturday, October your assistance and apologize if you non, Donna Moody, Jim Norman, Twelve visitors came by Room 4 to
18 from 5 to 9 p.m. Smoked and are not personally asked." Jimmy Muse, 'Becky Parrish,Tonya see what their children were doing.
fried mullet will again be served, In The Country Store will be sponsoredthis Parks 'Jason Polk, Jody Rising, The children had made bus mobiles r
addition to the usual side dishes year and donations are needed, Alan Rogers, Amy Roark, Tonya earlier In the year, but had recently
Plans for the carnival have gotten-a especially handmade or homemade Rigby,:.Stephanie Reddish, 'Rhonda, made big leaf mobiles,to add to the
late start this year, since eleq: on of items such as Jellies,vegetables, good hanging decorations. They had also
PTO officers was held in Septemberinstead used Items,""hnd crocheted,knitted,or made leaf people to display on their
needlework School Menuson desks. The art activities
Items.' were coor-
of May this PTO President
Richard urgently needs A raffle will be held this year with dinated with units on Safety and
volunteers to Redding help with the carnival prizes being 10-speed bicycle and a page8A Science. Mrs. Nancy Bradley,motherof
and realizes it is a community affair, $100 food order. Tickets are a bit late Steve, in Mrs..Tavlor's room was .
being distributed, but will beat school
as well as a school function. Many --- ----
I people with or without school children this week. Please help us sell as manyas
help by serving, donating desserts possible in ten days time.--
and supporting the country store.
With an all-new slate of PTO officers.
President Redding said,,"It Is Im- Annual Lawtey !
possible to contact all individuals who Carnival Set
tt Edison's a Market For October 18

301 South The Lawtey Elementary Carnivalwill Send
Portion Pak meats be held earlier this year, set for .
M4M24SPECIALS Saturday, Oct. 18, from 3 to 9 p.m.
The usual menu of smoked and
5 Ibl T-Bon., D.lmonlco, Rlb y. fried mullet french fries, cole slaw
(your cholc.) ''and baked beans will be served, along County to
5 Ibl Pork Chop with hot dogs and cokes. Dinners will .,
6'IblM i All)***! .Patties' cost $25O each and take-out orders
Sibs, Chkkw.. will be available. J(
6 .1..Papp.1| (Onion' Mushroom,'" PTO President Richard Redding is
Flour Steak (your cholc.).,*,.. planning on a bigger and better car- t
5 lb.. Hot dog.or Boiler Dipped Fish nival than ever before and mentionedtwo College.
I 3 Ibs French Fries $49.95 new game booths will be introduced ,
eee "e to the variety of booths usually \\
5 lb.. Cub. Steak. sponsored. The quality of the carnival ,
5 Ib. Pork Chop has been upgraded this year
6 Ib*. All Beef Poftl.i Roping to give children meaningfulitems '''rte
.S Ibs Chlck.n rather than the usual carnival That's right. Send your -
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,2 !Its! ,Ground 8.itf vance from school for a reduced priceof wggraifs I i
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I Lawtey News

School Lunch Menus !'

cookie and milk. .
Southslde, Starke, Lawtey. ,
by Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Blom of Tuesday Oct. 14: Tuna salad on lettuce -
Phone 7K2-3.IOO: : Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner Uampton Brooker Elementary -, pickle slices buttered corn
PERSONALS: guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. and 'Bradford Middle saltine crackers mixed. /cult:: ,Ana M-rlmll r
Mi. and Mrs, Lee Clark of Millard Jordan and their grand Schools: milk. M
'eawford, Ga, were Saturday overnight mother Mrs. Daisy Thompson.Mrs. Monday. Oct. I3 Hamburger on bun, Wednesday. Oct. IS Beefy cheese CONTACTEEViPIRE ;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wendle Smyth of Jacksonville, lettuce/tomato: field peas tacos mexicall corn, Spanish rice, ,
imith Their! Sunday dinner guests daughter of Col. and Mrs. Wm. peaches and milk. pineapple tidbits and mijk.
ivere Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Holbrook of Wilson underwent surgery In River Tuesday. Oct. 14: Chicken Noodlesor Thursday. Oct. 16: Fried chicken, FOREST
I'ummlngs; Ga, and Miss Katie Arnold side Hospital, Jacksonville, on rice green peas, grapefruit & mashed potatoes gravy, English "
of fittsburg Penn.j,/ rs. Helen Wednesday morning. Our prayers are 'orange sections, peanut butter peas hot buttered.rolls, banana
Shaman Savannah Ga.. Mr. and with her. cookie biscuit and milk. pudding and milk. PRODUCTS INC. : ;
Mrs Lee Clark of Crawford, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman at- Wednesday. Oct. IS NATIONAL Friday. Sept. 19: TEACHERS PLANNING .,, .
Mrs Charles Gungemen, of Jackson. tended the football game In SCHOOL LUNCH SERVED TODAY AY. .
ille Sunday overnight guests were Gainesville Saturday afternoon.Mrs. )! Tacos-Beef & cheese We Want; To Buy Your Pine :
tli, and Mrs Ray Carol! of Wm. Wilson and her mother w/lettuce & tomatoes, Spanishrice AL-A-CARTE lfJ.'I" :
Homestead, .'Ia., Mr and Mrs. Bert Mrs. Mabel Boyette, visited her Mexicall corn, pineapple tidbits Monday. Oct. 13: Hamburgers Pizza, .k"'J.'f';
And Hardwood Pulpwood
milh Mr and Mrs Curl O'Neal and daughter, Mrs. Hal Hamilton of and milk. cheeseburger French fries, :
.,isl>'oleen O'Neal? and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville on Wednesday after Thursday Oct. 16: Spaghetti w/meat milkshakes. .:\ '1':

,zit\ Smith of Savannah, Ga. All of noon sauce, cheese stix, graden salad Tuesday. Oct. 141 Cheeseburgers, Sawtimber,And Pine Poles.:! : "} :
hem were here to attend the funeral Mrs. David Brown is spending two ;
fruit jello, rolls, and milk. hamburgers, pizza French fries "' -
ii their brother Gaston Smith of weeks with her son and daughter-in- Friday. Oct. Ali TEACHER PLANN- milkshakes. c ..:
'kaniwille. on Monday.Mi law Mr.and Mrs. Douglas Brown,and ING DAY.Bradford Wednesday. Oct. 13: Pizza, Ham Call Us For A Good Price ,
and Mrs I.ynn Boch and son a son-in-law and daughter Mr. burgers,. cheeseburgers, French
mughtpr Jenny of Alachua were and Mrs Danny Holman and High School fries milkshakes. "' And A Supervised Logging. .
;ulurd.l} dinner guests of their daughter, of Chilhowe Va., and a son Thursday Oct. 16: Cheeseburgers, .
'mil her. Mrs Daisy Boch and grand- and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Pizza hamburgers French fries, Operation.
nolhvr, Mrs Nellie Wilkinson.Mrs Tim Brown and daughter of Hillville REGULARMonday milkshakes.
Billy Ricks. was the honor Va., Mr. Tim Brown is principal of a Oct. 13:*Beefaronl, green Friday. Oct. 17: TEACHERS PLANNING CALL OR WRITE .
Client: tit a stork shower In her favor Christian School there. lima beans cornbread, peach half DAY. : .
I'Inn'day Oct. 2 at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Purvis Brown. Mr. and Mrs. .; -
Hiihlei Bennett There were 35 guests Paul Norman and sons Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carter
!pr"icllt! They played two games. Johnny Griffis and family of Starke '
Mt (Geraldine Norman won the first Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown and fami- Edwards Church HallBINGO Lake City Area Manager
,,11 I'rl' and Mrs, Louise Austin won the ly, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wise and
,and prize Mrs Kicks then opened family of Kingsley Lake, Donnie, I PO Box '1751 Lake City, Fla. 32055
i gifts after which Mrs Kalhy Me- Craig, Kevin, and Chris Wise,
> inhs Mrs Daisy BlOch, and Mrs. !gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Every Saturday 7 :30 P.M. 904-752-7188 OFFICE
"ouster Bennett served refreshmentsi Ralph Wise on Sunday for a get
411 N Temple Ave Starke. Fla. 904-752-1066 HOME
i i ,ike unJ punch. together. The occasion was to
Mis, ,)'J Anders visited her sister celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Wise's bir
,i 1I, IIIa1'1a1111,11I I of Jacksonville, lust thdays.Mr. .
"i-Ki'iid and Mrs Mall brought her and Mrs. Mickey Moore and
,uc 'tit Tuesday Trisha, attended the Pringle-Moseley
ill, and Mrs OJ. Boyetle, Jr, Family Reunion at Gold Head Branch
>id their brother and sister-in- DII Sunday.
Mi and Mrs. Earl Buyette of Mr. Bill Crouse wishes to thank all .p
.liuiihus./ Ga; last weekend. l he readers of the article In the ; I
I I. "i-pi'sl yinpulhy of the cominunl- Telegraph who participated In the I 5 PIECE PLACE i
"?ended to Mr and Mrs. Raffle. It was a huge success. [ I
Iph Sapp and family and other Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark and F RE E SETTING OFSTONEWARE :
u "'- because nf!the death of their $Mm of Jacksonville, visited their D'
< i !Mrs 1\lilliredSapponSunday ,mother, Mrs. Lois Carter on Sunday (.,. < __
All of them went to their cousins Mr SEC! DETAIL AT STORE.! J :" :
"IKind Mrs. Leo Dyal returned and Mrs. Roy Clemons, of Starke to

Sunday Sept. 28, from help him celebrate his birthday.Mr. EVERYTHING" WE SELL HAS A
'I. Wyoming after a visit with and Mrs. Franklin Starling and
n ,ui-law and daughter Mr. family of Bryceville, spent Friday MONEY
Ills Dun ('rentier( and grand- night and Saturday with their BACK
_'in"i Vera Dunelte All is well parents, Mr, and Mrs. Fleam Starl
", 'hi'iiiI ing, GUARANTEE I
I, and Mrs D,(), Brown and Phil Eunice of Lake City, visited his
-" in, Shimnu spent Friday parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon -
,":Hi t, i''urn and evening' with their Saturday morning. IKW 1 O KW'nT O I DKO, nT --.
'lit I daughter Mrs. Sandy ThomasI AMS-l First Class and Mrs. Don
I I.,(' \1.. Doss HiKtfinbntham of Maxi Shrine Circus in Jacksonville on Sun
i," .' -nl a few clays here at her day. They stopped by later to see their
"i iin,I I.., name and also with her son-ln mother, Mrs. Lucille Ivey.She Isn't eI
i i i"I 1 'II.lu/hlerMr' and Mrs. Gler. doing well at all. She fell and broke
'1\,1\ i,,i I and Nancy her hip and is In Riverside Hospital,
h, ,,ii" Undoes und Miss Vivian Jacksonville Our prayers are with
i id .of Sl.irke attended the
i .ir Races at Jacksonville Pierce Crews attended "
," i ,I i.iv on Saturday night Homecoming and Sing at : -- 1: "
Morgan PRIDE .
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Kelly : son Baptist on Sunday. :: .
?. ,jf Jacksonville were Sunday FLAKED 'I RAW!2 ur l.,t o'Rlf ''r"'" 'Ik O <.t l .!*f.**. lf W.'wn-w l t1h fAvocados' /:

i guests of their parents, Mr Lawlcy Little League Association COFFEE .c:: If 90 .AVEir Ta"DI'RI.H

MIS George Kelly Halloween Dance Oct. 24 at 7 p,m. un- ..VBI..RI.HGRle" AVB at*. rmctH BOIUNO Celery. 8TAIK48
1, ,Blanche Lamb of Decatur til 10:30: p.m, at Lawtey Elementary CukeS arPEPPER 688 Peanuts. .2198* SAVE S'.c..ceLLOL8PHO, :
pent two weeks with her son School Prlte for best costume for .
boy $158 *
1..010RO..0.WII87 28
Fresh Carrots. '
i '1 ni (hler'ill-law Mr. and Mrs. land girl. 130& ;
i I Mi-Cull} and David. Turkey Shoot I BAG 1I Potatoes 421 Mushrooms. riSy58Fla'LTines. RAVE UNnAIDMINIAtURB, ., =
\1. Inlin., Tye. Sr., spent from The Lawtey Little League Associa 1 SAVE 11-A IS WESTERN Ralslns.T.cILLO..097*
,11\ until Sunday afternoon with tion will have a Turkey Shoot Salurrliv WITH trim' COUPON,OCT GOOD 19, 19 THUHfl"IT OCTIHHUWPD 1 ,9 1 Bartlett PearsLB48 / 10878'SAVE IIMHOOP" :
i ,"I HUM' :1I1-lawmlllslslerl\Irand Oct. 25 from Dam. until COUPON WITH A *T SO OH MORE'COOS 1OPOEM.
\I I I Roberts of Jacksonville.' luith of Law ley on US.iOl: Pops.
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Pepper 69 79 Sliced Beets. 389eAva
by Kll/ahflh: Walker .
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Cheese oit.Mti.25 35 >'** .*:.*'# Vlaslc Pickles. .99* :

"I l lllllHt Sampson While, pastor. SAVE 10'Mm SAVE 10.40.PACKER LABEL STEMS C PIECES!
< '.111 11 nap 352 steels al KJEI \II. :Mm. ..l.ih trolled Ml'lh."ht Church: Mustard 49059- SAVE 14'."JJO.MUSSELMAN'S Mushrooms. . 49
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., p in. Sunday School only. The Choir Anniversary Apple Sauce. 79 PUNCH .
"< "li" Sara" :MOIIH assistant will be held Nov It, 7'3Pm. : .
SAVE 7* I.IJoCracker. IIIiiIIiI/iIiI/
I ,14( ,/ 'meet NAIL POLISHREMOVER Jacks. 7lSAVE
I Wednesday ..."t iro\e Sunday !School\ l Only.
,?, ,k .n the of 14*. DETERGENT
annex Greater <;.I'l'alo'r111'11 Chapel AMK: Church: : Ho REOULAKOS HOT
,I'' ( ii.ipi-l Church lit 3 p,m.i Sunday School, 10 a.m, with guest Hormel Chili 69
i I liAiljill, ) Wtilkor.: assistant. Supt Mildred Aaron serving. $
I I ,iliili rhoin.is Women's will be observed beginning .vs.O'.Uo.O'ITRITtlO STCoLGATI 219
"I' .11 ,- .I-ked lo please givei with Sunday School Morning Worship 'I3 g R.C.- Cola I ,PLUS. ., 8/.119- BUITONI BOX
I, i J help 11 u.in. (he speaker will be Mrs. 4oz -
,,," I"in 'ilMMI I'." 1p li l\ : Queen )Elizabeth Miller. ut 3 p,m, the SAVE zoo SPAGHETTI >&
I "n i | 'IM' going natty party was will be Mrs. Juanila Lewis of
i I" i .", lJeSlll'Sal urday. Oct. 4. weaker All members are asked ti> MEAT BALLS
I nm i if :Mrs Kmelinc and cooperate with, all activities. COMPARE :::A TKS? r eIII,1.DAT

',\ i"I-\hl\ III Pleasant Grove. Uiuitli of God of l'riiiliic.|' Sunday SAVE ID I... .WMITB' MEAT RAVIOLI
<" inn\ Oil :I. for the U.S, Air School to a m Evening Worship 7:30 Potatoes 290 oR rAlc. wrrnp.,e.r
H i-i- running In Santiago, First Born. ('hlll'h..f the hltiu God: > : 39' !
!/,0111.1' 11.ia kins> and, Sandra 'l'Ul'Sllily7:30: Bible Study. .'rlday7:30: ) SAVE 10' I4ol MIXEDVegetables.29 SPAGHETTI
, li-hi'aled' llieir birthday 'l'ul'I'yillg Service. Sunday School II) 39- TWIST & MEAT
I I"" iu> OeSiie n in Morning Service It:30. )Evening SAVE 20'.Ha.APPLE
"I II ,"lust. i I6" t1.K.S.:1'he: monthly Service 7:30.:: Juke 119 BALLS .
?ill he heldice. .I, I ) . n-
M. J"hn11..11111111'; llapllsl. I 1.11"1.: YOUR CHOICE
i, III) All members are i.sk- Church SihiMil 10 a 'm. each Sunday. WSK. mdoftsy ALL 10
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Chris ll.iiiullon/ in ihurge. Church BABY
i ,1-1 1 nl I ho Fine-'r.inles will be service 2nd and 4th Sundays! 11 a m. LIQUID
i < .I M h\ the Chapter Ocl 2'. HII. and, :3 p in. Choir rehearsal Saturdays SHAMPOO POWDER
I I.' Masonic family and all before service al 6 p m. Business DETERGENT DETERGENT
,ill' III.II'I"I1IIIIIIIK. / ) $1.IN), meeting Friday Oct 10, at 8 p,m, All yt 2 $1 .
"" I ill Gad: In lni-.li: Tuesday members> asked lo be present and D9,9 $ 5 .$ 79
I I Ion "rehearses 6 pin, Bible "III I time, Kev. Willie Huffman pastor, ISTox 4
'i1,"i choir lolii'iiisal> Knd.iy. (:.re.ilcr" \ Krllili'lii'in Free Hill ll.iplislInnth 32. GALLON SAVE 7O- BOX "
I I' ,i-inial Te.iihinK Sunday' ( : !Monday 630:: Tiny Tots SAVE $1.00COMPARE You"ll Save Everyday! SAVE 4O
'I to iniuniiiri service 11:..10i Ki'hcais.il 7'.lo:: Senior Choir Rehear. The Choice Is Yoursl?
I i lili-i" Uilli.iiim; hi l'IHII'le s.il Tuesday. 7.30:: Prayer Meeting SAVE 18
I' M i ID EtIvIongaorship7.11): : Ui'diiesd.iy.! 7::.10. All Mission Circles ::::". "; ::'

".. ,illl.lins in ill.line( will meet at the church. Thursday> SAVE IT14..,
I 1 t. .. h 1I.11.1i,1| ('Inn rh : Tuesday 7 7'I\: \ Story Hour Friday. 6-10, Junior 3/*13/' ',c Peas. 117
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< rehearse.. Saturday. ID a in. the men SAVE 30-. 100 CT 1 ,
'." still-, i ; ( :: of the chul'ch1.11 have fish dinners on Tea Bags. *117 'I.T 1 1 1
: )! : salefish. cole slaw w AtI -
: hiihlipiippies and SAVE 14' l...SAR G OUt 1 SAVE 2evCASHHUMGRYJACK JiJTJ1."Idt:
,'hllr1111 1 sing lit Slul'ke :NurUK baked beans Sunday. 9:30 Sunday TlsRk >
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Mltun: H' nu\\1": ('Inn'ill.: Sunday' Siluiiil. dinner.School. 6 II:00:Morning\\omcn Worship Home Mission U..IO:.: Sauce . 73 1i i 1 RICH N' CREAMY I WHITE CLOUD I I II I

.01'i' i i ,iiiiiiiuininii SfiMce'll" u in \"IIII'l' united In all of. our services = ICE CREAM BATHROOM TISSUE INSTANT MASHED! I 1 :
1. MIrlirtt I p III and site look. forward worshiping! WHITE,Y LLOW/meih OS PINK/BUIBI !
.1111I.11' 'I'i'lie t hurt nf Iml In w Ith >'im, LITTER 1 r HALF GALLON! I' 'I :a10 SQUARE FEET! POTATOESWITH .
'nwtniK Wed 'I'.in.MiiK service 7 \ ictur'I Temple Church of God: The Two I WED..0<:7. l S. TNSY=CT Is.. soda.er1 YHHU.THIS"'0..COUPON 04T: 15.0000 1980 ., .

Fit in Friday, 11-Kiil.ir church service 7 attend members heir cordially welcome you lo $ 19 .UIl ...NUMMO/.raeeP .."...o0g4Ifl1UU. ;
111 Siind.ij School ID a.in :Mnimnturhlnp worship service each 1
>\ II'II m Evening Worship> Sunday at 12: noon. This week :Mr. 25 LBS e-------------------------------------------------------
p in- Hubert Austin. Jr will speak on ,

(Free'Wily t'UII..oI"\\ "" ".True H>l":Church Monday of God: b 1 God's"What :SLnd7"is the Uppermost Our Bible Study Thing for on SAVE IO> S'WlT.e'H'' '1lQ ,P'AMTRY.PRIDE: : : :

Buml) Thursday regular church Prayer ser next Wednesday al 7:00: pm. will be TOTAL... *743 .u,. ,
vice Sunday 3 p.m. !\In. Mitchell focused on the subject "What Is .
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conduct service of Callhand Elder John Grace Robert Austin. Jr.. Pastor f ),
Burch. assistant Pastor.

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by Dolores Meitg BIH.knloblleThis 1 Happy Anniversary "and .Mrs. 'lloba ild\vlu nltiamcKvlllo.
Phone 4BO-ISI5 community, is served by the !Mike and Belly L>a/.insklccli>bni
    Bradford County Bookmobile every (their :33rdWedding.Anntvirsary: on Sterling( Nichols cell'bl'uld hilt (101>1 li
    Tuesday from 12:30: until :2:30.: This '
    .Hampton 4-11. Club' h'I..bolr 41 birthday on Oct. 4.
    The meeting of the Hampton 4-H well equipped van parks at the Punt Amy Cuslor turned II yeas' std l "
    Office.Thin has the Inn of ,
    of Mr. and area repulal ,
    Club was held at the home Oct. flUct'ky
    Mrs. Harold Waters.. Monday,evening patronising the Bookmobile very II.rl h.llI\I l','h'b"IIIIII"" Young celi-braioil! her I I.:: <
    ft r ttWW rt 'ia 'tlattt boo ht A wool Oct S. well. We are fortunate to have this Mrs MjivHtinc. : i' Uath.I Q4l fcouW her Aia'wktOht Donna Mowry reports that former free friendly service for all uges. 1.1c't.hllnlty' burpiKcd' :Snliiidiiy night
    >f r1 core. son members and 6 new members were \\01111 a birthday pinly given by her ('
    present. Tammy Peeplea led the Senior Cilta-iM 'children, Kaiuly. Marlene, unit Renee Williams III a student ,it Hn'
    American Pledge and Kim Smith led The Senior Cluu It'iic' ('lIlIIpll<'lI. They Wore all University of Florida and in laving 'inI
    the 4-H Pledge. Hampton Citizens enjoyed celebrating( hi-r" Uct.. 4 l irlhil.iy and I he campus in GameHvilla.
    Lowell Parrish showed films ( a good attendance at lust Kiiday's I- thc birthday (if her mother, Mrs. Clifford Mrs. Pu\il Meng drove III (lh rliiml.
    I relating to 4-H activities and goals. lucky meeting.winner of Bill the Maxwell door prUe.''wai Mrs.(tint fruvntt. which occurred on (ilea: on Friday to spend the wt.kt"j'iIi',
    3. M.uiy l'cluLIVl'SlIlId fi'ioiKlscniojcil! her and Mi'
    Among items discussed were com Gertrude Wendt and Mrs. Ado Holla daughter son-in-lu inn I
    ,on coming activitiesand (the iwu-ly which Included! u Mrs. David Wanner, ACCIIIIIII.fll'hl'l'
    traveled from Starke his lovely
    to enjoy I
    project ,. ,
    forms. wake punch nuts mints were other dntiKlil' >. .lnMcntf \'''<.
    Lynn and Doll Waters served meeting.Their next meeting. In scheduled for.Friday still) other goodies( ,, and lovely. giflK. of Jacksonville, und Mib
    refreshments to all. Oct. 17. Mrs. Viola leli'lvri'! celebrated! Theron Hunter und children, A Election of officers will take placeat birthday. on Oct. 3. Her diiUKhltT l amt and Hence of Keystone! Hi'iglilK:
    the next meeting. TravelersMrs. I family Mr. and !Mis. Eddie: KMpnl /' Another daughter Mrs. Kennv MvC'luro
    Belle Brown traveled with Mr. rick arrived on Friday tll Klll'nelIhe' and children. Kuscy und Hvaij
    I f Ronald RetI1L t'doe.l1 Wr and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen to St. viftkonil. They were ulna also joined them in Oil.nulo NVh. i ,
    Petersburg last Thursday lo celebrating: ) the birlliilnys of her I there I they enjoyed day ul .lJll:n'
    f 4110?0.f'Encom the weekend visiting relatives in upend that j.nii: >dd>iUIUfrl(: !, CIIIIDIO Muse, wlmsc World and a .l shopping Inp f"
    D yii$ area. )lilt clay was Ol't. 6, Other) Kntmlchildren Allamiinle. Springs.Mr. .
    .J..hl1..17p.'trlck.IIUi! un<)c- und Mrs. Francis l\hwl.l icinua .>'
    1 } Cold & Silver Mrs.They Emma visited Mrs. Brown's who cousin raised tuber ID birthday, and Vickie Kil/-: family reunion ul the homo ''>// U. ">
    A Campbell was
    Ul Ifs k's iK (1' '1. IV.hens Mi.Unshcll !
    a In put ra't birthday fill < daughter and family Mr >and& I.
    Prices Hampton and is now 97 years III'age.
    multiple birlliduys, a w.C'ek.brulI'd t/ Gilbert. near G.iint'Kviilt'
    They also spent some tuna..tl I In-
    RAID on Sunday wlllllll'.kuul.f, all soils Sundiiy. were all celrlji,111111
    of Mrs. Annie Forbes
    C17 Rings Etc. ID Seminole '
    They enjoyed ut
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    rfarrard Mold Co.] various places and viewing the lovely (, lIInil! were the Henry Spoil.family red on,Ocl: I 1.

    wy 301 N. Lwty ,scenery with flowering trees unit
    7B2-31SJ ,foliage all along the way. They
    returned home on Sunday following a pro
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    Shrimp Scampi. *218 Chicken..s..tt t. 'Z38 SAVE 90.7....110 OH BODY MALL

    Perch Fillets 1G01IT0.158 Drumsticks (nI.KInI&.1I58 t Cepacol 49 STARKERECYCLING 0


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    Bread (poLL-A.rAim. .2S38 Pork & Beans.. 3SAVE / I &

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    POle lOA TELEGRAPH: October 9, 1990 \ .. :" ','-1 ,..; "':" (;,k, .::'?: '.f <,. ; \

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. YOU ARI HEREBY October 28 1980; other line at SW/4 -of.---NW'/i-. and mutt Indicate the Nouom.... I : "l..<* 'Wffin&;; : ; !''fi ,j,";" loil" ITATION .
    NOTIFIED thai an action wise o ludaomont maybe Section II, Township 6 bails for the claim the the pu,.,. :" 110 the .../ ';(" .l[ 1i7'\ 81D. ,
    Of FLORIDA IN for the adoption of onto ad against you South Range 22 East Legals .name and address of the 'Ing th. ." I ,th..... ....',..,.fetlov1l. t I' .\ THIh" CHtXX' BOARD
    AND FOR BRADFORD Srondaa Janoy Moody. a for the relief demanded thence run North to the creditor or hit agent or County Township. *i, South; Of> BRAOFOftD COUNTY
    COUNTY. minor hot been Iliad In the complaint. or ptl South right-of-way line fictitious attorney and the one rant :23 Eott. Bradford.,. FLORIDA f body cor
    CIVIL ACTION against and you are of county" graded road too register told amount claimed. If the on ploldQMid] eret* and politic
    COM No. 79341-, required you to terva a copy tion.WITNESS my hand and paint 60 feet East of name under aforatalditatula. the prowl claim' It not yet due, the the Coun" being more) .patv hereby tnvHa, bids forth
    In Ro, The Matter of the of your written defenses, the teal of said Court on point of beginning' : alone of dom when It will become to .,,,,, described! at' sal" of .the fallowing'
    ot BRANDEE If CIII/O It. on the plain- September. 17. 1900. thence run Westerly of due shall b* staled. If shall=. : _.: real property located Ini,
    Adoption !
    Plain- tllt'i 'attorney, whose Gilbert S. Brown,' along South right-of-way, Doled. this 25th day the claim' It contingent or For ) : .... at, ,the Bradford County. ,
    JANAV MOOOV, 1980 In ;
    tiff. name and address It Clerk, As Clark' of sold line of. county graded September A.D. 9/25 unliquidated; the nature paving ] tlttte- comer.,af seld, ,.Florida t. 61ts
    NOTICI OF George H. PI..... Ee- Court Byt Baulah road 60 feet to point of Bradford County. of the uncertainty shall roads. ...... 24 and run North lots 8; 9. I. and. M
    SUIT-NOPROPERTY quit.. P.O. Drawer 100O Moody. As Deputy Clerk. beginning, containing 4tpd 1016.IN be stated. II the claim I la ?'20" West, along th. of Block 2 In Davis &
    TO Flmt. cia Storke. Florida 32O9I '/25.tchg 10/16. ana acre more or less .secured the security and for ".,1,. boundary' Trubys,, Addition to the
    Cathy r. South of shall b* described. The ,.. flB.44 fe.ti Town of Stark .
    Brando. Moody, 9820Hegel and file the original with and lying" 'In part THE CIRCUIT' COURT pots, *
    Circle. Lorton. the dark of tha above SWV4 of NW'/i! Section FOR BRADFORD COUNTY claimant shall deliver shall be .... South B IOW.; All bldt'mutl' b* sealed ..
    22079. styled court on or bofor NOnCIO'SHERIFF'IIALI 15, Township 6' South FLORIDA PROBATE sufficient copies of the .levy an ... 100.16 feat ta an and delivered to the ,
    Virginia Range 22 East, and South DIVISION File NO. claim to the clerk to cant lax stoke for POINT OF Director of Finance of
    Notice Is hereby" given' of present graded road. 80-43-CP. enable the clerk to mall of motor the Bradford. County
    that I, Dolph E. Reddish In ra: ESTATE OF ROSIE one copy to each per* fuel POINT Of School Board. at Its offices .
    E. (Cotter) as Sheriff of Bradford 2)) Lots 2 and 4 of SUMMER Deceased sonal rprtnfotlv County thus at 302' North Tom
    Xv4n '
    } County" Florida under Block 33 In the J.M. NOTICE OF All persons interested. the continue file Avenue, Star he,
    ". "Jt'" Branch Off ices I and by virtue of Writ ot Johns Addition to the ADMINISTRATIONTO In the ettate to.whom a 206. sriQ'SO": 1. Florida on or before 7
    !? Execution ....wll. Town of Stark ALL PERSONS HAVING copy of this Notice of Administration yet-- leet to on Iron =I. p.m. October. ;:2<1. 1980.
    R... Real Sttata Broker plat thereof ..oZSorIn: CLAIMS OR has bean Dave North, 6527' Bids shall .b* opened as
    N .... ISO W.Cell St. Execution Issued out of deed book L. Page 629. DEMANDS AGAINST THE! mailed are required, man. 214.85 feet to an soon thereafter o* the
    Starke Circuit Court of Duval Public Records of Bradford ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL WITHIN THREE MONTHS ... .. stoke located en the Agenda" ,fall said. Board
    9645527DUPLEX County." Florida pursuantto County, Florida. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED FROM THE DATE OF THE 10/2 and '" boundary at' lhall. permit.
    a Final Judgment for IN THE ESTATE: FIRST PUBLICATION OF 2tchg right of way off. frtots, The ffoorc} reserves
    Credllhrlft of America.Inc. At the property of ,the YOU ARE HEREBY THIS NOTICE to file any 'I6i, tnnce in.' cm 'the right to refute any
    "$'- *) y$39,000 .. a corporation, and above named defendantand NOTIFIED that the administration objections, they may ., direction along, and all bids, for no
    -2 BR. I Ba. IR Kit.. on each tide, brick, landscaped yard and against Roger D. Green that on Monday ,frie, of the have ,that challenges the Southerly boundary reason whatsoever and
    Betty M. Green 20th day of October estate of ROSIE SUMMER validity of the decedent'swill TO along the arc of e 'Oho failure ta receive a
    NEW LISTINGS defendanti. In the 1980 ot one o'clock on deceased, File Number the qualifications of ... concave to ,11so. sufficient. bid, shall result
    Beautiful wooded c.rn.I.t SR100-CR23S North. amount of $2.694.13 said day on. the premises 6045-CP. It pending In the personal representative and having .cf In' said I property being'
    -Large frame house. 4 bedr 2 bath. apt. an tide. $28SOO together with cottt of of the Bradford County the Circuit Court for or the venu or ". 0111.1:13.1: feel, .'gold at private sals.
    owner financed. collection Jail I will offer for tale BRADFORD County jurisdiction ol the Court. of '123: : .3 feel,, ARTHUR GASKINS.
    -S 0'.'. downtown Starke, rented $98000down, and tell to the highest Florida Probate DMtlon All CLAIMS 865.09. measured along a Chairman SCHOOL
    Hove seized and have In
    own. fin.'liock bidder for cash in hand the address of DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS notice ,Is having a bearing. ( BOARD (OF BRADFORD
    building on 301 North. Great business loe.llan.'J my possession, the the above, described. property which It Bradford County" NOT SO FILED that the North 83W49". low, COUNTY..
    following described property of said defendant Will BE FOREVER BAR. 10/2 10/9
    DR. I Ba, Greenhouse. Zoned Commercial. 'la-wit Courthouse. N. Temple DORIS concrete monument 2tchg
    : to satisfy." the aforesaid Street, Stork, Florida RED Melrose South 038'1O"
    Special Execution. 32091. The personalrepresentative Oat. of the first solo 213-06bfous te:
    I 1)) Commanca ot publication. ol this Notice 1
    of theettale business OF BEGINNING. JNOTICI
    Beautiful corner lot at Country Club. First. time an Northwest Corner of [ OF
    Dolph E. Reddish It JOHNNY D. of Administration, CLINIC. bean fllad against
    market. .SW!% of NW/4. Section Sheriff Bradford County SUMMER whose address September 25 1980. Florida and you are required INTENTIONrOREGISTER
    2 Trailer P.,... 15. Township 6 South /./ D. Sumner
    Florida. Jahnn" ,
    9/25 WOLBERT SAX. of
    : 4chg 10/16 It cia a register serve a copy your
    11 trollert. 6 .cr... Fancad. Range 22 East, and .FICTITIOUS
    I trailer park Apprax. run As Personal' Representative
    ON. P.O. Box 1086. name .. 1It.n defenses, If any;
    II trailers 2 BR frame house, born, South 7133 loot ta South NAME
    partt. opprox. NOTICE OFINTENTION Stork, Florida 32091.' of the Estate of sions It on EDGAR IrV, MO
    22 acres fenced pastureland. LARGE down pay right-of-way line of a The name and address oithe Poole Sumner Deceased ..otu... JR.. Plaintiffs at r4uon..o
    Owner will finance balanco. county graded ,road P Section
    ment. TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS personal represen- Dated ".". whoM address
    thane run East '18.5f. ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL 863.09.. Florida Statutes.
    Wo Handle Rentals ...along South rightofway tatlvt't attorney are tt '. 2626 Independent. Is hereby '
    REPRESEN. given
    NAME forth below: Bradford .. noolcot
    -I BR furn. apartment. $110; *2 BR unfurn. apt. $200) line of county graded All persons having TATIVE. WOLBERT 4 4tpd / ,' 32202 on * Salesman owner. road for point of Pursuant to Section claim or demands SAXON. SHON A. SAX. ..,. Novsimborl.34 J" CECELIA, TERWI11EGAR
    COMMERCIAL PROPERTY beginning Thence run 665.09. Florida Statutes against the *tlat* are ON. P.O. Box 1086. IN end. lie -thot'; AND ; > ALBERT
    South 724 foot 8 Inches ta Florida LONGCHAMP P.O. Box
    Slarke. 32091 COURT.
    *I warehouse US 301. Air' cond. offices. Great loca notice Is hereby given required. WITHIN THREE with the Clerk op.
    ) an South line. of SWV. ofNW'4. ,
    Telephone ((904)) COUNTY. ((234. Starke. Fl 32091,
    that th* undersigned MONTHS FROM THE Court; either before, ,
    tion. sold Section 15.Township TOM DATE OF THE FIRST 964-3200. ..Ic. on lololntifll'..66- taint owner, doingbusiness
    THOMAS ( ) CREWS. '
    I Tackle and Bait bvsineis. large Inventory.One 6 South Range BRADFORD
    : PUBLICATION OF THIS 9/25 'chgI0/16. as
    city block' In downtown' Starke. just waiting' far the 22: East thence Sun East Rt. I. Box 595. Lake or Immediately VILLAS Bestent Rd..
    file with 'h.cl.k '
    Butlar Fla. 32054. tolaownar NOTICE. to tar: otherwise .
    .business. Great for downtown mall.l 60 feet told SouthFLORILMD
    right opportunity along Stark, Fl 32091. Intendsto '
    off the above courta NOTICE OF will be entered
    doing business'
    large warehouse, opprox. 6.000 .". ft. Needs roof and LARRY F. register said fictitious
    as TOM'S OVERHEAD written statement of REFERENDUMNotice .. you for the relief
    repalrt. Has floor and standing walls. claim demand .. .. nama under the provlslona .
    DOOR SERVICE. Rout 1. any or It hereby given In jhe Com"*
    INVESTORS DREAM Box 595 lake Butler Fl thy may hav. Each that a referendum will his wife, .. ? ,s of aforesaid
    Income Properly Will Pay Far Itself 32054, 'Intends to claim mull b* In writing be conducted on Case, my hand and ,,lotutssDated. ,
    -1 small apartment complex. Handymen's I of this Court on Oc this 7lh day of
    speclall-Salesmen own.-' rental units possibly. 8.I REALTY > OF ... 2.. 1980. October A.D. 1980 In
    small frame house. .TO S. Brown. At. -',adford County, ". 10, 9
    'I largo frame haws Needs repairs.-Salesman owner. .",.7700 F. ,.. of the Court; : By,, :Utchg: 10' Uf "
    Residents or 4 apartments ((4 BR 4 1,11)). r3b'.droom. Temple Avenue REAL ESTATE KATHL Ioh Moody, Deputy\.., .
    -I 2 BR frame house. Apartment on tide. Zoned commercial. his .; ; . :' .:.,:. '.. f ;>:., :"
    Salesman owner. ... large yard. 73773 and 4tchg'.10/30: '" ,
    Please call us ta list your property.John ,
    B. Glover LOVERSl may YOU.bo ", :can..:"be do'ne.> except little by
    Reg Real Estate Broker home In coun. I I
    lu Green Sanders Associate 10 acres of land FAULKNER H3 NOTIFIED to II. t .h., '!Charles j Baudelaire

    fenced and crotsfencod. REALTOR is a on the .:.-. --
    with several horse barns, registered collective ty In ,
    Rob rts many 'fruit true.. Including' membership mark REAL TV 96450&5IEALTOR Florida

    Ontu I acre blueberry bushes. which may be used only '- .J

    21 Real Estate FAMILY MOVING: Offering by real estate professionals -
    ea quiet location with 4 who are 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone So
    bedroom I'% bath home members of the NATIONAL C L

    964- 7828 98e N. Temple fireplace In femlly ream ASSOCIATIONOF FISH POND on .beautiful 9.91 ..rm.".. Oaks. a Pecans : PJJf;4AtTY
    lots of outside' storage REALTORS and Fences; Large open porch. 4BR Frame home. Only I up."l

    GEORGE ROBERTS Broker buildings plenty of shade subscribe to its strict $47.900. i
    trees, Including several Code of Ethics.
    ASSOCIATES bearing pecan 'r.... ONE ACRE HOMESITE.Hwy 100 S 1.7S0.00. Terms
    Weekends and Evenings Call ;: f ONt.6.4.: 774

    Richard Roberts "'.55ts Judith Flynn "..131. STILL HAVE 2 'lott. coned '3BR IB STUCCO home on ONE ACRE. FIREPIACI S ACRES & 205 N-Iompice, Stark, I
    Ann Godwin 964 5(39 Patsy Slice. '''-'179 for ',trailers owner financing S24.500. Terms. Wooded .

    Norman Madding 964-7620 Kay Waters ".-",1 with small down pay Keystone Wayne I. Douglas' .-.BrokerSalesmenTelephonett44S3. .
    John R. Smith '''.6217 man'. BESSENT ROAD SIR 28 Can. Blk. flame. Nice 26' a 4ff

    HOMES STARKIOB open shed.Cloie FAMILY
    28 brick, nice lot-104 Lola,.".. ACREAGE 10 acret 40 3 ... ,
    02BIt.: IB: Block. Fenced 42S Pinewood Or. ac,... Both good locations. to schools.3BR. I'/tB con. blk. Nice DECK B BBQ living '.. ..i\r.. .
    *38*, 1'1.I. Block nice 1320 Searing St. PIT. paved ." ;/ ,
    Small home rental tnvettment low price-Cherry St. venlngst Pleese call REDUCED (.fy.t: '. ,
    .Frame home, 3BRIB. clean B neat-Pratt St.o'om. Vernle Odom Broker VERSATILE COMMERCIAL building and apprax. TWO 3 ;.: ; ...

    home good location. 2BR.2B-Pork Place. GRI. Phone 944.5,,,. ACRES Hwy 301 South. SSS.OOO. Terms. room ,.',. .. . \
    .j ..
    Pearl Andrews 9''.7739 'v '
    frame home .
    Large I. yard. 5 Flreplacet-S. Water St. 1 kitchen. .
    .4 BR 38. large screened rec. room-Searing St. SutanM. Faulkner REALTOR.964-S06S Sit.300. ;G; S' m.. :...Frr.: :
    1.n.L. Faulkner '. ".
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    OUT OP TOWN HOMES lucllle Conner Spry-BROKE SALESMAN-964-S420 4 ,"' ..:. .-..
    :4BR 1.. frame. large lot. Lake Butler. StroulLReally --:-:---
    38*. IB. Can. Blk. in town lawtey.'" 4; We have several types of financing available.' yard country,. i-' : '
    2BR. IB. Stucco approx. 1 acres-SRIOOE. Property Management Services Available.APPRAISALS .
    .38R, 28 Stucco Fireplace 301 South. roam and Ono of several styles. to .be offered In Bredferd Villa

    .2.R. IB. Frame, large patio SRI2S West. INCOSrOSUTSO FARMETTE Bestenl Read. a development. for adults ally, at the
    large lot 2 mobile hamel-Sampson lake Rd. 838 N. Temple Ave. five acres, end. of Battens .Road. '

    .'rame. 4 Bit.IB nice workshop over 4A-Hampton. Stark, Fla. 32091 lit"Ralph Bryan Real Estate oral! heat ft .iTS IN :tEOIILI '
    Beautiful 4 BR.28. brick, op>. lOA-W. of towtoy.Double frontage $
    Restaurant Business In goad location an 301 North. we're.poolotelin' Touch, With P..pl.,1.1PBCFfe.rCD
    : garage. 2BR.I'I.B. C Block. opjc. 3A. SR I6W. $34.500. law. down. mi LAKE LOT
    Brick 3 BR 28. garage. .px. I'I.A.-SR 1001. PROPIRTUS

    Frame.. S BR IB Ig.outbldg..ap>. 4V, A.-Stern Rd. 2 .Bedroom both on I acre, newly remodeled Inside 310 W. Call St. U3 I on forms skiing$ Plnebreeie D,'. .4flo6 $*. fin. Top Qn illty Ham.
    .New Cypress home. 211.'.. 'IOA-Off Boyless Hwy. rural end private' $14. 00 with SHOO down. (Cor. US 301 a Call S,.) ----.- lake Ceneva-4.r.alde-tces-2.7$ Acres-Owner fin.
    2B. 18. IR. FR. kllch.n.dl.ln..C'ai,, lake A.Pool. L 9648788. ANYTIME SA .. wkshp-Rd.lOOVS;3 BM CM*A. FP, .patio. S3*.300.
    : FP. 3IR. 28 Brick' Country, Club aree.targe of a new 3 8R IV'laths. Pr wood Sub.13).40O.
    approx SA. 3BR 28 S.R. lOOf bedroomt .. W. Adklnt tram* .4BM.. !%& $13,900 Owner fin.
    03 BR IB. L*. OR apx. I acre lot-S.R. IOOE PRICE SLASHED brick, W. AAI",. Haute III SO III 00' let $12.500
    Brick home. appro 32 acres S.R. 121. fMI heat 6 .1 ",' lake Home 38RI 18 CHBA fireplace. $45.000.

    ACREAGE 3BR 2BA.Fom. R.... Fireplace, CHt chen $". Home off Rd. 16-1 ecres $46,500 mtg. $28.003 9*..

    .7 acres. 2 trailer hook.upi Crosby lake Shares 113 T.9.900fo'qvlck '0''.. BUILDING .' ,. Paxderosa*'/> Ac,... 'unique home.
    lake lot Sampson Lake In BR 3 B Edwards Rd. Hot everything "','00. .

    Approximately' 5 acres In lawtey Area owner '., BR 28 16 Acres Brownie Rd. Cattle country $...300.
    .8', acres on 'ortyth R... BUSINESS amd COMMERCIAL. BR 38 Ranch CHiA 'I3A for dan..d.22S.3.S00..
    .6 acres.Off SR233. JANE S. USHER FLORIST In Ideal location Inventory, equipment MOBILE yr. old home(2940sq( |. ft.). Hampton 3 As-JO.300.

    "' i acro Mobile Home lot Woodland Ac,... Realtor and wars . . . . . . . '. $14.009 just Drive 3 B*, I B_Cosy kanvenlent.S32.900..
    Beautiful 10 . SI..... $4 Milton Terrace -, sensible.. $31.000.
    acret Country Club area CORNER LOT. .432 feet on US 301. .$67.000 '.,m..
    Nice lot Country ClubBUSINESS 496-2126 Lake Butler 496-2903 HOMES Why pay .. MH en I'A Asret $30.000. Now
    BR home I aero Wilson Rd. $14,300. ,
    COUNTRY LlVINOIIoc.ll,1e1e trim3 or 4 BR. I'/i It.CHIA MOBILE
    AND INVESTMENTS W. Adklnf 2 8*..' ...
    career ,
    FOR SALE DR. Eat-In Kit.. Ill with Franklin fireplace.WW .
    ell 000 .". It. building w/approx. 9 ecres-U S.301. Sep. Ig. la be i '
    carpet-room for another llama ((0' trailer) an this 2 $3.700. HJSINfU f pffQtTUNIJItl

    13 20 40 ACRES acres. . . . .. . $54.000 owner financed at /...- I W. Madison farmer Mobil ........2..000.
    Buy All or PART of this beautiful property In Union County. PRIVATE BACK YARD GARDEN AREA Block 3 BR, 2BAFom. $. Wain""' "_-large-, .wrfiovse.t-l2.
    2 miles from Alachua County Una. Owner will finance. Rm., Range Ref.. drapta plenty storege, garage- ,_ property across from.Holiday,'Inn-Own.Fin.
    Ideal 'far Custom Built Home or Country Cabin and Ron- Inside, utility. CH&A. Carpet . . . Only $40.000. r\\ N. Cherry 2 largo, .." \.turn. aptt. Own. fin.
    cf vrf?v chert Scenic view of country-side. Unusual spot for this ROOM FOR ANIMALS on f Acres- 38R IBs. 4. Ap'". on :Sol...*ood potentM-own.r fin.

    area Don't past this one upl CALL me NOW to SEE. Frame. . . . I . .. .. . . 48000. .". ft. CB bldg. on Rd..: 148 Owner.fin.
    FENCED YARD. 3BR IBA. 110..... Close .In. $10.000 ( .'.) B. college" .n Madison St. Owner. fin

    Office: 71].1931 Home: 712.3194 40 ACRiS OFF SR-24I HAMPTON 364. 1.... Lg. Lot. .. .I ... $19.300. 00 ma.. Income four. u'n. ,.nlol.CoIlla., 55.000
    Financing SpecialistsBond Partially,, wooded with large .too. and pa.t..,.. Owner HANDYMAN.. Room Frame an I Acre. . .,. ,$".00G !/ d .. apt. complex e-j 301 v goad cash Howl:'own. fin.

    Program 0 Conventional loans 0 Owner Financing 0 will provide toma financing. LOTS 4 ACREAGE I I '"clfiAOI' ''
    FmHA VA FHA 203b( ). 203V( ). 235. 243 0 Exchanges ROLLING HILIS- (Baylots Hwy) I Acre A up- $1.500 I u,. Acres Rd. 100 W S2J.ttO Owner financed.
    'Your Best buy In A New Home. Is an Existing Home." PROVIDENCE 10*". down S ,....12%. Acre Ret. 230A B (Milton .... $".700.
    20 ACRES an SIt "341 A paved road 'In scenic location. IAWTEY- US 301*.3 acres to 26 .c,... beautiful oaks- city )!! Acres Hampton $40.000 1% 1volconool-Owner""fin.

    OWNERS ANXIOUS TO SELL 2BR ',m. an .a, Ac. Old Owner will finance.WORTHINCTON water I sidewalks $3.000 per sere. 13% down 10 yrl.9'i" prime Dow.. en Rd.:)t4l overlooking Hampton. lake.

    | JBR 2SA Frm 5 Ac. 00..... $"000. Own. Fin. Also 10.18 acres at $2,OOO per act.. a.reRd,. 100_owner will finance1., "
    on '
    Stacked Pond. 'U'.40MH 17xS5' SPRINGS LAWTEY AREA 3% acres $5.000Acres $9.00020..% aeras Hampton. :'Owner fl.. ncd-rtl30c), t
    Assume 2 10*. Patio. ir.30- Toolshed. .61 Small acreagewoodedApprox. dawnS yrs 10'% ((40 acres available). Box prime acres 301 N.(railroad, ".500 .ty. *ci..:ewn.flo.
    e $4-t $42,000.As.Mlgs.$4e9 Ow II. "". $15.600. ..0Acwoaded.WATER'RONT OFF 101. 10 acres pines-secluded .11122.0001ILS24.000 Keystone 1 I ocI01:: A Marge Rd. Owner finance' $39.000.
    *A DARLING IBM Frm. OFF RD. 125 10 acres en graded read. .$16.300terms ( beret Griff 1.00"Notbar-owli.. fin, $10,440.

    JBR IRA CB FP C H/A Home on L... lot. Space LOT FORSYTH RD. 20 Acresbarn, well/septle/elec.' $33,000: agree;.near Presbyi.Church t .hospital,:..mod*offer,
    lake fuller Acres* $1 SOO act.. .
    waterfront 354
    lot/owner financing available. HAMPTON AREA- per .
    liDO sq. ft. 1.3 Ac. L... Winter Gordon.Oaks &O'OijV"TMf"r, ,r" :
    $24.000. LOTS CALL US AT 964.$718 ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT ......,, Club tstetest.' lets 1$414comblt. .ooi. I*,000. :

    -Sol BOO"$42.000. .9.46 Ac. $".412. 2 lots across from lake Butler attractive hematite, ...wall. .tank sohko.; pump. house. uHI..'.,,".500.
    THEIR LOSS IS YOUR 010 Ac. 20000. cash.CUSTOM ownerneeds WE NtID LISTINGS ..lle. < .lot* Brown.!** Rd..2 S "...,., Date $4 000..
    GAINI I 17.14 Ac. 12'."'. MH In ; : .., sommartlal,** Ml-owner fin. $33: .000.)

    '30 Ac. $43.000. BUILT HOME ASSOCIATES-AFTER HOURS access "' ,, Club lot UO1,x au'-.Ic. 1oc.'lon-llO.OOO.I

    BONA FIDE Bargain.' 2 BRFrm. 3 .bdrm 2 both In lake Butler. Unique den, with, fireplace Lillian C. Pearson Vicki PowelTBrokerSalesman "'.' 'p"* 04b9tef0J1l'trdo4, owner. IIn.nc"-'J.llO.
    Home. '" ,'CU A W*.er $*?.lef 33$' ""Owner fin. $''.100.
    Shady lot. dbl-car. B <' Associate ,
    LISTINGS NEEDED DUE TO ..r.II..n 2/3 acre, perfect far garden spot, VERY 2 County ... ,
    Very IIv.."'.. ATTRACTIVE NEIGHBORHOOD.' Off Ice Manager \ *>: 94443: .....'" Ctv> |lioli-11,46re, eech-Owner Rn.- .$". .
    its'*" $11.300 I '..-.311. "."' r? 010'Stores" ., ''> compowrolo feMOO'. I9* Owner. fin.S9..900.;

    JANE S. USHER. REALTOR $' -: .etle. ...A..icore* After Hours / "
    The $ Nevis Ward County t.
    belt Jnvstmnten earths' the earth ,,.." ylvl* Reddish : .." ,- .
    340 W. Main St. Vernon Reddish Broker/I alesmenAssociates ,Goor l l* naAt cte-.4. 60l40 '.
    301 North Trail Motel lewtey lake Butler, Florid '".7.54 leka lot ..>Trwllleg' )8 +J7.7'" ', ,MaotIua Dark.. IS2.339y'

    Ann W. Rlesks, Attoclato Evet/Weekends '..-.22J "'.212' er 496-2903 "..6J3CJ $9300 and frWWoJUp0R. :' /47ri6)'T)' ,. J*!I'!". Kllllan.468-2135.:.
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    Ernest Allen New OwnerHAPPY -tc

    DOC to Fight Judge Green's Order" ."..-: ,/ tBack' Door' LaunrJe-:

    to Reduce FSPInmate PopulationThe 4c (I U.S. 301 S. "Come On Out"K

    Department of Corrections fil- showing that one In three Inmates at totally unrealistic and far too large to', tctc
    ed formal notice Monday, Oct.8, that Florida State Prison and its sister In. be managed with even a modicum of
    It will appeal the ruling of Circuit stitution, Union Correctional Institu- success," report says f Hear
    Court Judge R.A. Green,Jr., to cut Inmate -' tion, was infected with the TB Green ordered the.state to present; t HOUR :
    population at Florida State' organism. detailed plans, complete with
    Prison by nearly one-third by Oct. 13. There were more than 4,000 of thestate's timetables and budget guidelines, for; ie -tc
    A spokesman for Attorney General 20,000 Inmates in those two in- compliance' with several other Linda Seay
    Jim Smith told the media that his released.stitutions at the time the study was recommendations of the advisory: t 9 a.m. til 1 p.m. t
    staff plans to file motions before the commission. which issued a report f
    First District Court of Appeals In The panel of four experts in the correctional that sharply criticized the prison
    5 tit
    Tallahassee to stay Judge Green's look field appointed last month to staff. t And Band p.m. 7 p.m.Everyday t
    Into conditions
    at FSP
    called the Green Indicated he order""
    order while the appeal is pending might
    Judge Green issued the order lateFriday prison staff incredltably. poor at that more changes in prison policy after ie
    afternoon, Oct. 3, In circuit time. receiving the state's amended report Each Wed. Fri. & Sat. Night
    court in Starke. The order sets the The panel found what It termed inadequate next month. -tc
    reduction of prison inmates by 372 by and broken security equipment Judge Green expressed faith In the : 8:30
    the October 13 date. as well as widespread traffick- panel's report and stated the Investigation : p.m.-1:30a.m.. : t
    Green stated prison officials have ing in contraband and a backlog in the had cost Florida tax- ie
    done little to correct emergency con- maximum transfer of as many as one-third the payers approximately$16,400. Watch For Our Package Store Opening Soon. ic

    ditions at the prison_ home, _of death less secure security institutions.prison, Inmates, to spend"That and is entirely not heed too their much recommen-money to, .....................................

    row.The judge, in making his ruling "The quality of staff at Florida dations," Green says.>
    State Prison Is
    stated FSP inmate population shouldbe Increditably poor,
    characterized Inexperience, lack
    no more than 750.' The current
    of and lack of "
    training motivation,
    is '
    population The violence 1,172.still continues. The according to the panel's report to A"14
    present. situation is intolerable,.. Judge Green. "This is compoundedby T I 1"IL21118
    chronic vacancies and &
    Green says. He cited four inmate the ; a high turnover
    report says.
    murders at FSP since eight inmates
    Members of the and
    panel a panel
    filed three civil suits seeking relief
    from situation. "The appointed by Gov. Graham to study
    the >
    emergency the DOC and make recommendationsto > FABRIC SHOPS
    situation still exists, he says.: the < Green pointed out the limit could be governor endorsed higher pay y
    for correctional officers and
    raised in the future if state officials recom-
    mended the system might be improved -
    prove they have prison violence under,
    control. by providing bus service for prison Items Available in Fabric Shops Only Oct 9-12.
    workers living In Gainesville and
    Green's order came after four mon- .
    ths of hearings and a four member
    panel was appointed to, study the' media Judge stated Green the in bottom a statement line appears to the = Cup The utmost in
    situation at the prison. The panel c
    to'me be business F
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    at a
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    contested since the start of the civil
    process Green's jurisdiction In the refusal to voluntarily addressthe
    recommendations of the panel,"
    case."The ten day period doesn't give us Green says. practical price.
    "The .
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    Strickland says. He pointed out that
    the state had made no plans to
    transfer 372 inmates to other. institutions -

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    attorneys from the Public Defender's e Do.ubleknit'I
    office who represent the eight Inmates -
    seeking the relief in the three r
    suits against Gov. Bob Graham and 'I
    Louie L. Wainwright Secretary of the
    Department of Corrections, has
    charged throughout the>' hearing on .Y .
    the suits\ that oyeccrgwded: conditiom I I 1 ffJ X at } '
    .'have created tensions and fueled 98-8-yard
    violence among inmates. agicfeee .
    Judge Green's ruling was not the r ;cwt r Y ialll....100% Polyester' Ooubleknil The fabric that
    first time that the state has been toldto :r r gives you quality terrific looks and super comfort all In
    reduce the inmate population at the the same fabric.and all at a price you can afford I
    prison. Five years ago Federal Judge t rr J.i, a or' Designed to nI.., your wardrobe needs at a practical
    Charles R. Scott of Jacksonville .
    price and TG4Y the
    cute price even more to give the
    issued an order that the state would
    savings la you! Machine washable, permanent press
    have to either- reduce overcrowded. fabric on full bolts. 58/60" wide
    conditions or release Inmates. "
    Judge Scott's order was overruledby
    an appeals court, but reinstated by \
    the U.S. Supreme Court.' 0

    As a possible solution to Judge PRESENTS ITS N 41. Whether vibrant orbold..It's Save on a fabric that
    Scott's order,the state enlarged some ,
    prison facilities in other parts of the quality at a makes your outfit
    state and moved inmates from FSP to etc, savings I look great!
    them. DOC officials also began moving ANNUAL
    more Inmates into work-release
    programs which carried them outside

    FSP.Judge Scott has had the prison NEEDLEWORK 1.17vald 21.00Fusible

    system on the carpet most of this year S OWOCTOBER -
    over charges tuberculosis was ,
    becoming a problem among inmates .
    In January of this Judge; Scott
    t Tropical Prints Beautifully ex- White Pellon Excellent
    ordered the formation of a panel of 9-1 0-11 1 1 71. qui.II.. This richly designed, 50% all purpose fabric It'i the
    experts to inspect the medical-care 'I 4:. Polyester/: Cotton or 100% quality finishing touch !that
    facilities for inmates at state prisons. '1980 Cotton fabric ll 44"/4S' wide., dives your outfit that dutinc-i
    Scott pointed out that a survey had Choose from a wide variety of live tailored look.
    not been brought up to date since 1973 jlw'nt various lengths
    In March,Judge Scott cited a study EVERYONEIS ',,," i,
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    News Briefs 1 tiHed vehicle stopped( front of him. Starke on SR-100 with no one injuredand $13,000 damage to the trucks Involvedon son tractor-trailer and the trucks climbing collided on top with of the the
    Passing' on Right A 1973 Pontiac sedan driven by Ray $2,900 damage to the vehicles in- SR-100 seven miles west of Lake truck and the vehicles wound In
    Brings CitationA mond D. Massey, 16, of Lake Butler, volved. Butler at the Union-Columbia County log the ditch and burst Into flames up with
    Into the rear of the other car. Florida Highway Patrol'records line. '
    truck was in-i ran burning
    of Starke dump vehicles completely.
    City both
    Patrolman W.K. Mcintire cited show a 1976 Chevrolet pickup truck
    when another Florida Patrol report show Henderson was taken
    volved In a mishap Highway Records
    Car Overturns .. vehicle tried to pass it on the right and Massey for careless! driving. operated of Graham by James Clayton Watson, showed a IMS KenworthTractorTrailer by rescue unit to the VA Hospital
    20 was following 1977
    i a
    struck, the dump truck Wednesday Buick driven by Sandra operated by Finley Martin Lake City,where he was admitted. for
    Driver Not Hurt .-- Oct. 1,on SR-IOO, 22 feet west of South Youth 19. Charged Sanders,coupe of Starke with both vehicles Christie, 27, of Macclenny: was pass- observation' '
    'Westmoreland Street in Starke. Chevrolet log truck
    ing a 1962
    Nobody was Injured when 4 car ran
    south SR-IOO.
    going on :$ .
    off the road and overturned Saturday, There was an estimated $1,500 With Trespassing A 1978 Chevrolet sedan;operated: by operated by Ted Henderson, 66, of '
    Oct. 4, at 9:30 4.2 miles north of damage to the vehicles involved. of Live Oak, that was eastbound on J. Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Henderson
    p.m. A 19-year-old Starke man was ar- Lucy Elizabeth Webster, Keystone
    Patrol records turned left as for improper change of lane
    SR-IOO. or
    Starke on Strawberry Acres Road. Highway rested Tuesday,. Oct. 7, at 8 p m. by Heights stopped suddenly In the Henderson Hesley Delmar Grlffis. 19 of Rt. 3?, show a 1980 Cadillac sedan operatedby the Bradford County Sheriff Depart- highway. Sanders also stopped sud- Christie started to overtake Hender- ,course.
    Gardner, 64, of
    James M.
    Box 1604,Starke,was traveling southon ment for trespassing on another per8On's dently to avoid a collision. Watsoncouldn't
    Strawberry Acres Road when the, Georgetown, Fla., was eastbound on property. stop soon enough accordingto
    1970 Chevrolet sedan he was drivingran SR-100! and a 1969 Chevrolet dump .
    BCSD records show Randall Ray- the highway patrol report, ,and
    off the gravel roadway and Into ,truck driven by Bobby Ray Garmon, mond Bell was charged with trespass struck the Sanders' car.
    the east ditch. With Griffls trying to 21. of Rt. 1, Box 44, Starke, was also after a warning Monday, Oct. 6, on Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Websterfor
    regain control the car overturned eastbound on the same highway. Nicula.
    of Vera In
    the property stopping roadway.
    Gardner to the then misjudged .
    several times and finally landed backon i went right,
    Its wheels, according to the reportat the distance, locked the INSULATION
    the Florida Highway-Patrol. station brakes, skidded 35 feet and collided Sudden Stop Log Truck, Semi
    with the dump truck.
    No, citation was issued',by,t the FHP. Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Gardner Causes MishapThe Collide BurnA ,. .. ... ,;
    for improper passing on the right. wife of Bradford Comity Judge Live Oak man was hospitalized as '

    Elzie S. Sanders was Involved in a a result of Injuries sustained when his : ;.f'I
    A..ested .. .
    Starke Man Cars CollideIn three vehicle accident Tuesday, Oct. log truck was Involved In an accident ,0 "e' "

    For Parole ViolationA Bradford Square 7, at 10:55 a.m., 10 miles south of Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 11:55: a.m. with I,/ I '
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    21-year-old Starke man was ar- $400)( damage was recorded with no ,;

    rested on a violation of probation case one injured j Sunday Oct. 5, as a car ., . _. 1 .
    by the Bradford County Sheriff's backed Into another car at the Brad- "
    Department according to jail records. ford Square Shopping Center in /Dee HOME COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIALWE
    Franklin Bell wentto Starke at 4 MAO" vltan
    Police records show 1976 Lincoln 6
    the home of Willie Lee Pierce in a
    Starke at 8.43: a.m.Sat., Oct. 4,on the coupe operated by Reba Hale Hicks, INSULATION NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTIONWe
    probation violation order which was 41, of Belle Glade, backed out of a Buying U.S. Silver Also Blow Insulation In Exterior Walls. Of
    signed by the Starke office of the parking space and started to travel Existing Frame Houses
    Parole and Probation Commission. forward. A 1970 Ford sedan driven by ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVENSAVE
    Pierce was placed on probation for Vera Zitt Todd, 63, of Starke, also Coins FREE
    three years for aggravated assault on backed out of a parking space and SAVE
    March 8, 1978. He is being held for ten struck the other car. Gold : 964-69561 ON COOLING
    Class & HEATING
    Rings ON
    days without bond pending dispositionof No citations were l Issued by police. Sterling
    the case In the Bradford CountyJail
    In Starke. Sundays ONLY Waldo Flea Market DEAN CASSELS INSULATION

    Stopped Truck Booth A-61-63 STAR E

    Hit in RearNo
    Baby Killed
    Auto one was Injured Monday, Oct. 6,
    By Backing with $950 damage to the vehicles at STARKE STORE ONLY
    Bradford County's third traffic Orange and W. Call Street In Starkeas Cartons -
    fatality of 1980 was recorded in a one a car-truck were involved in a colli- rAIEAGLEI.anniv .
    vehicle accident when a 17-month-old sion at 5:50 p.m. Kings & 10O'a 5M ea viS? ,

    baby was run over Friday, Oct. 3, at Police records show a 1975 Dodge se SeKI Packs 63 plus tax SPtoce _
    The Apartments parking lot at 905 Nelson truck operated by Harry G GLASSWARE SET I
    Thomas Street, GOD feet from Old Green, 19, of Starke was stopped B1 with* S20Of
    Lawtey Road in Starke. at the Intersection of West Call mot. laVSiisyt \
    Police records ohow a 1975 Dodgecar and Orange Streets when a 1980
    operated by Jimmie Lamar Chevrolet sedan driven by Dorothy

    Wright, 17, of Rt. 3, Box 457, Starke, Lynn Bell, 17, of Starke, travelling i rsary
    was parked facing south In the parking south on Orange Street, struck the r
    lot of The Apartments. Wright pickup truck in the rear. :
    backed up in a northeasterly directionto Patrolman Richard A. Berger cited ;
    turn around and struck Dean Bell for careless driving and no tag.

    Glovers, 17 months old, with the right .L.W savings
    rear of the car.According .
    to police records young Brakes Faulty 97 PLOW
    Glovers was taken by private car to ,
    Bradford County Hospital In Starke, Driver Avoids Cars
    where he dead ,- -,- We are celebrating 32 yrs. of discounts by
    was pronounced on arrival Faulty brakes was the cause of a 'n

    in the emergency issued room. one-vehicle mishap with no one in- ::; saving you up to 42%, Thursday' Friday, & Saturday il..
    No citations were by police jured and $2,000 damage Tuesday, L' .. ......
    and there was no damage reported toWeights' Oct. 7 12:10 in Graham
    at : p.m. on MEN'S WESTERN sL
    car. CR-18. DENIM JACKET .
    Florida Highway Patrol records
    show a 1969 Mercedes-Benz sedan 9.88njNr r e
    DVVI, Leaving Scene operated by John E. Shields, II, 30, of J{ R

    Charged in AccidentA Richmond, Virginia, had the brakes ( t ri Pflici-1/1/ sty' Is 3 lIvl
    fail as the" call was coming up behind
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    2.car accident at 8 p,m. Sat., Oct. 4,
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    Police records show a 1980 Ford highway patrol.

    sedan operated by Ralph Edward rep'I'" c
    Stewart, S3, of Palm Coast, was Truck Backs ,. .
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    Spitze of Star Route. Box 168, Hampton truck
    backed Into a parked car at \
    struck the Stewart vehicle in the
    the Food Fair Parking Lot in Starke

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    years ago from Baldwin.Her husband Funeral mass will be held at 19 a m. :
    ..... .1 1 Obituaries was the late, Rev. Robert J. Haisten. Thursday Oct. 9, In the St. Edwards Hunters Take NoteStatewide V\ I
    Mrs. Haisten was a member of the Catholic Church with Father Martin .
    Airpark Baptist Church. J. Jung officiating Burial will be in

    " ;' Survivors Include: one son, Bobby Eliam Cemetery In Melrose with will wind This season dues not allow the train-
    archery season
    Haisten Starke three daughters DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in
    ; and down October: 12 but archers should Ing of dogs on wildlife management
    Theron D Whidden Sr. Bonnie Doughman, Cindy Eaves charge of arrangements. not hang up their bows. ,areas, except on specified areas. For
    Theron D. Whidden, of Elizabeth Doughman all of Starke; Several wildlife management areas ,more Information, contact the ..
    Santa: Fe Lake, died sr.lage77 one sister, Bertie Chitty, Starke; 8 Mrs. Susie E. Myrick will have special archery' hunts nearest office of the Commission.
    " grandchildren and 1
    Teaching Hospital In Gainesville great available. For example Fort McCoywill

    Saturday morning following.a inert Il grandchild.Funeral services will be held Fri- Mrs Susie E. Myrick age 83, diedIn have an archery hunt October -
    lness. in 4-28 and Guana River October 4
    the Bradford County Hospital
    day.Oct. 10, at 2 00 In the Chapelof
    Born In Brooksville, Fla., Oct. 17. DeWitt C. Jones: p.m.Funeral Home Starke Monday evening. Born in through 19. Tomoka Wildlife Manage- The first phase of the 1980-81 dove ,
    1903, he lived In Jacksonville where with Rev. Waldo Aug. 17, 1895, she moved to ment Area will be open for archery season will officially begin at noon on 't
    he owned and operated the LeRoy Oliveofrtclatlng.llI.terment October 18 through Saturday, October 4. "'
    '1 Whldden wUl be in Lake Starke from Alabama in 1935.She wasa hunting .
    Welding Work for 40 years, moving Crosby member of the Pine Level Baptist November 2. Shooting hours during this phase'will
    .to Santa Fe Lake In 1974. Cemetery. Church. For Information on these hunts, be noon until sunset. It will end on '.

    Survivors include: his wife, Edith Survivors include a son, Bishop contact the nearest office of the Game November 2. Daily limit is 12 with a '

    G. Whidden; one son, Thero""'D., Mrs.Cora A. Hardman Myrick of Starke; 8 grandchildrenand and Fresh Water Commission. possession limit of 24.
    .Whidden Jr., Santa Fe Lake; two 5 great grandchildren.Funeral Special quota permits might be re-
    daughters Arlene Bassett, Jackson: Mrs. Cora A. Hardman age 81, of services will be held at 4 quired.

    ville and Marie Cottle. Irving,Texas; Starke, died In the Bradford County p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9 In the Chapel of
    one sister, Mrs. Polly Harris, Hospital Tuesday morning followinga Jones Funeral Home with Rev.
    Jacksonville; 7 grandchildren and 1 long illness. Roman Alvarez officiating. Burial .zR. Keystone
    great-grandson. Born In Clendenin, W. Va., Oct. 22, will be in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Free-running deer dogs may be
    Graveside funeral services were 1898 Mrs. Hardman came to StarkeIn DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Is In trained or toughened this fall beginn- Kutters
    held at 11:00: A.M. Monday, Oct. 6 in 1968 from Hollister, Fla. She was a charge of arrangements. ing October 4, according to the Game
    ; the Riverside Memorial Park member of the Hollister Baptist and Fresh Water Fish Commission. 470 LAWRENCE BLVD.

    of Cemetery In Jacksonville with Father Church. In Memorial of Persons possessing hunting KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL
    r Michael Williams officiating DeWitt Survivors Include: one son, EddieC. Vivian' Grlffls McMillan license may train dogs during *
    C.Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof Hardman; one sister, Mrs. Mandy daylight hours, but may not have \COf1\
    arrangements, In lieu of flowers; L. Griffis, Starke; two brothers, Passed away Oct. 10, 1979. guns In their possession. 'II \
    family requests donations be made to Alfred F. Lowe and Walter Taylor, Memories are treasured no one can The deer-dog training season will Roy Yarberry

    the American Heart Association, Jr, both of Jacksonville. steal, death Is a heartache only God run through October 23, except in the
    Graveside funeral services will be can heal, the blow was hard, the Northwest Region which will close at
    held today (Thursday) at 2:00 p.m. In shock severe, little did we know your October. Formerly

    Lee W.Newsome, Sr. Crosby Lake Cemetery, with Rev time was so near, some may forget

    Lee W. Newsome, Sr., age 66, died Jones Lester Funeral Austin officiating.Home of Starke DeWitt is C.in you now that you're gone, but we shall .a.:> "A Cut Above"
    in the Veterans Hospital in charge of arrangements. remember you( no matter how long,
    Gainesville we love ',
    Thursday morning following you.
    a long illness. Mother Evelyn Griffis, father FAMILY HAIR CARE, CENTER
    Born In Suwannee County, Fla., Marcus Griffis, brother Ray, son '
    Stephen Devoe Rigdon FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL 473-7029
    Aug. 18, 1914, Mr. Newsome lived on Randy Brown, daughters Ronda & I IY
    Little Lake Bedford, Keystone Stephen Devoe Rigdon/ 18,Jacksonville Teresa, granddaughter Christiana. ..v ,
    Heights, moving here in 1976 from died early Saturday morning,
    Oct. 5, following an automobile acci-
    Montgomery, Ala. He was a memberof dent.
    the Hope Baptist Church and
    ; Born In Starke Fla. Mr.
    Navy veteran of W.W. 2 and the Rigdon
    moved to Jacksonville where he was a
    Korean War.Survivors .
    Include: his wife, Arcie senior at Wolfson High School.He wasa

    H. Newsome; two daughters, Betty lifeguard at Jacksonville Beach and .Fa II
    of the Faith.
    was Episcopal I
    Walker, Mayo and Lorraine Sellers, '
    Survivors Include his Mr. ,
    : parents,
    Montgomery, Ala.; two brothers
    and Mrs. Norman Rigdon; one sister,
    Hale and Leslie Newsome, both of
    Maureen Gunter and brother
    Jacksonville, two sisters, Belle Par- one ,
    Norman Jr. all of Jackson-
    Rigdon ,
    rish, Jacksonville, and Sue Jones,
    Waverly, Fla. three grandchildrenand ville; maternal grandparents, Mr.
    ; and Mrs. erir9
    1 greatgranddaughter.Funeral George Brown Kingsley Ojj
    services were held at Lake and paternal grandmother,
    3:00n.: pre Ne.N
    Mrs. Susie Rigdon of Jacksonville.
    P.M. Saturday, Oct. 4, in the Hope
    Funeral services conducted at
    Baptist Church with the pastor Rev.
    11:00 Oct. 8 in the
    : a.m. Wednesday, ,
    Pat Murphy offiriating. Intermentwas
    Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
    in the Riverside Memorial Parkin
    Home with Rector John M. Flynn officiating
    Jacksonville under the diection of
    Burial In Lake
    was Crosby
    DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. In
    Cemetery with Archie Tanner
    lieu of flowers that
    family requests
    Funeral Home In of
    donations be made to the Hope Bap- charge ar-
    tist Church Building Fund. rangements.Mrs.

    $ Mrs. Jewell L. Sikes Mildred B.Sapp
    Mrs. Mildred Bennett Sapp 70( of On
    Mrs. Jewell L. Sikes, 54, died In the
    Bradford in Starke Starke died early Sunday morning,
    County Hospital
    Oct. 5, in the Bradford County
    afternoon Oct. 1.
    Wednesday ,
    Hospital following an extended il-
    Born in Tampa May 12, 1926, Mrs. lness.
    Sikes lived In Hilliard and Jackson-
    Born and raised In Bradford County
    ville for many years, moving to her Mrs. Sapp was the widow of the
    residence In Lake Geneva 4
    present late G.L. Sapp, also of Starke. Mrs.
    months ago.She was a member of the Sapp was a member of Northslde .".., "...cf.y.i'. : '

    Lane Ave. Baptist Church, Jackson-( .uiBaptist Church of HeHbran Springs. .. '. .. ... ....' ."t 1>00,,,"

    viVe a : da'tiRhlel"Oljhetit Survivor:. toclude; ;..on,' sop A.B., \ i. IL .4w : r ;
    1 1
    ><" .
    Rgift IM, along Ifio* Baplst- W :
    'and' +..app, Stark} t"'twfcsistersMrs ,Hazel ,' ;ij
    m Jacksorivlllq 'Tanner and Mrs. Pauline Anderson,
    Starke areas.Survivors both of Lawtey; one brother Paul
    her husband
    : Bennett, Lawtey and three grand
    ; .
    Milton Sikes Ronnie Sikes
    ; one son, children. Goods
    Theressa; one sister, Hazel Sikes, Funeral services were conducted _
    Jacksonville;, land three grand Northslde
    Tuesday, at 2 p.m. at Bap-
    children. tist Church with Rev. James Cowart
    Funeral services were held at 19( :00
    Burial In
    officiating. was Dyal
    A.M. Oct. 4, In the Buford
    Saturday with
    Cemetery, Archie Tanner
    Grove Baptist Church north( of We Have Famous
    Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Cl 9
    Hilliard with Rev. S.H. Stewart of arrangements.Mrs. .
    was In the Pigeon
    Creek Cemetery in Nassau County. Hallmark
    DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home of Daisy Lee Duncan
    Keystone Heights was in charge of the
    arrangements. Mrs. Daisy Lee Duncan, 74, died
    Tuesday Oct. 7, at Alachua General
    Invitations For-
    Hospital. o o
    Brantley G. Dice Mrs. Duncan was a Florida natl\

    BraAtley. G. Dice, 76, of Lake moving to Starke from Gainesville. O m g
    But loo}died Thursday night In a LakeCltYtHOIIpltal. Survivors include one daughter : i Weddings Bridge Clubs

    .after an extended II- Grace Thompson, Starke; a son,
    ; LuRue Geer Brooker 2 brothers
    InessT*-"' ; ,
    Born irf" Madison, Fla., Mr. Dice David Lee of Lake Butler and Joe Lee
    moved to Polk County in his early life. of Macclenny; 1 sister, Betsy Geer of Showers
    Silver 4 children and 2 And
    He was; employed as a Dragline Springs; grand
    operator for a phosphate company un- great grandchildren.
    til he retired] in 1971 and moved to Funeral services are Thursday
    Lake Butler where he has resided (today) at 2 p.m. at Johnson Hayes Birthday Parties;
    since. MrlDlce was a member of the Funeral Home with Mr. Emory Special

    Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church.: Eunice officiating. Burial will be in I II
    Survjvqrs Include: two daughters. Hillcrest Memorial Park. I j

    Mrs. "Vaalina Powell., Dothan, Ala. "' '
    and Mrs. Betty Mulllns Crystal Ferda Occasions
    River; one sister Mrs. Selma Ruis. Joseph "
    Lake City; 8 grandchildren and 3 (tit
    Joseph J: Ferda, 76, who lived in
    great grandchildren. Theressa, died at his home Tuesday ..
    Funeral services were Sunday,
    Oct. 5. at 2 P.M. in the Chapel of Ar- afternoon following a long Illness. Also
    Born In New
    cher ,Funeral Home of Lake Butler Czechoslovakia Mr. Ferda
    with Elder Herman Jordan officiating moved the U.S. in 1920 and to this
    area 6 years ago( from Miami. He wasa
    Burial followed in Mt. Zion Calico Critters
    retired butcher and a member of the
    Cemetery under the direction of Archer
    Funeral Home of Lake Butler St. Edwards Catholic Church In
    Starke. The $798
    Survivors Include his wife, JennieZ. liffl/, Lap-eze '
    ." Ferda; 1 daughter Mrs. Elsie &
    Mrs.Gertrude W. I la 1st en Michel of Miami 2sons, Edward Fer ((1 ,

    Mrs. Gertrude W. Haisten, age 60,. da of North Bergen N..J. and Joseph Portable Desk ,$998
    Slarke, died at her home Tuesday Ferda of WoodrTdge. N.J.; 3 sisters "
    afternoon following a long illness. Mattie Sibincic and Elsie Wagner
    Born In Baker County, Fla., Nov. both of Gary Ind.,and Emma Mayer ,
    1 6, 1919 Mrs. Haisten moved here 40 of St. Louis, Mo.; S grandchildren and /
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    Florida Health

    II. Second .. Planning Council

    Guilty to Degree Murder; ,?:, :' Board Elected

    The health Interests of Bradford
    r ... 'n )
    'l '. County citizens will be represented in
    A man pleaded guilty"tosecond /
    belonged to
    degree murder In Circuit, Charles Hampton(Chuck)City Rowland.Councilman The girl was staying at the mobile fare for him and his wife to go to West regional P planning Barber of Lawtey activities following by.
    1 Court In Clay County at Green Cove horn with Zeporah .
    of Virginia.
    permission her mother
    The two brothers had borrowed the' her election to the Board of Directors I
    Springs and his brother's trial on the shotgun from Rowland the night according to Bradford County "You don't Judge me, who are you of the North Central Florida

    name murder charge was scheduled before the shooting.Witnesses Juvenile and County Judge Elzie S. to judge me,"Kirchaine was heard to Health Planning Council, on
    for Monday Dec. 1. Sanders.
    reported to the CCSD
    Dale K. Koehler 21, pled guilty that his into Bradford County Deputy Sheriff say.He was later arrested on a disorderly September 22.
    way the M Barber retired teacher has
    ,.. a
    before Judge Lawrence Winegeart mobile Mile after he was shot.. John F. Dempsey told the Telegraph Intoxication charge. Kirchaine was been Involved, In health care

    Jr. to second degree murder chargesin Deborah McKinney, 26, and Beverly after the shooting that he knows of recently released from the Bradford actively
    issues since when she was named -
    the shotgun slaying of James Randall Forsyth, 13, were inside the trailer at nothing relating the shooting to the County Jail after serving the major to chair a 1978 local Health Cost Containment

    Moore, 20. near Keystone Heights the time of the incident. McKinney fire."The portion of a 120-day jail sentence for

    last July 10. Judge Winegeart went next door to report the shooting homicide ties back to the City two criminal traffic violations that he Committee co-sponsored by
    National Retired Teachers Association -
    scheduled the sentencing for Friday to authorities and a rescue unit was of Hampton with animosity between was sentenced to after being con
    (NRTA) and American Association -
    Oct. 31.Doug. Moore and the Kochlers but victed by a county court jury.
    dispatched to the mobile home. no way
    of Retired Persons (AARP).
    A. Koehler 30, also of Hampton Moore was transported to Orange ties the conflict between them to the Three other persons were arrested

    entered a plea of not guilty at his Park Hospital where he was fire," Dempsey says. dulling! the crisis in Hampton. The Council Is a Health Systems
    pro Agency (HSA) serving 16 counties in
    first appearance hearing after he and nounced dead on arrival. "We still can't prove arson in the wMoore and John Crawford were.

    his brother turned themselves in at The Forsyth girl had been visiting fire." Dempsey says. charged with disorderly conduct. north central Florida. HSAs were
    the Bradford Jail InStarke the Eichelsderfer was arrested created by Congress in 1974 and are
    County at the mobile home since a fire gutted Dempsey revealed Elchelsderfer on a
    day after the slaying. the rented Hampton home of her had agreed at first to take a charge of exhibition of a dangerous responsible for developing plans
    which describe health needs and
    Moore was shot twice in the chest but .
    mother, Shirley Eichelsderfer and polygraph test later refused to weapon.At
    and once in the abdomen, accordingto her husband Sam, last June 22. That take itFor the request of Sheriff Dolph Reddish recommend ways to improve health
    authorities.The almost week Sanders l issued services These plans are used by the
    fire heated up a tense situation in a after the fire, Judge a show
    Council to needed services
    a 12-gauge shotgun Hampton order and 28 sub- promote
    weapon, Hampton. was extremely tense and a cause persons were
    number of vigilante groups rode to appear Friday, June 27, In and to evaluate proposals for new services

    around armed to try to prevent trou- CeanNord County Court. or changes in existing pro-

    The four who arrested The Council also has authority
    were plus gramsi
    ble.A ,group, of concerned citizens Doug Koehler were those asked to appear ew proposals for the use of

    I Union County Ads several days after the fire met at City In court. Dale Koehler was nofon A federal health dollars in the area.

    FOR SALE Hall 'to Hampton and while at the the list of those-asked to appear.

    Fishing Boat meeting Timothy Wayne Klrchaine Judge Sanders issued a 13 point list

    14 I'. fiberglass up to the side street by the of rules for citizens of Hampton to

    wI 18 hp Johnson motor meting hall and was observed by abide by.Moore.

    INSURANCE and 18 lb. thrust those and Crawford both r
    LOST AND present waving a wine bottle appearedin -

    FOUND Mlnikoto Trolling motor and was heard ranting at the people, court on July 10 and entered.JJDI 0 KeystoneArea

    MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY Cator Tilt trailer Acting Mayor Ted Curtis, Sr.. said. guilty pleas to disorderly conduct

    160 S. Lake Ave. Loke REWARDi, Lost in Palestinearea $70000 The citizens made it clear they charges and asked for a jury trial.

    Butler. 496-3978. CompleteInsurance Call wanted Kirchaine to leave Hampton Eichelsderfer entered a not-guilty
    2 Black
    Angus Calfs. I .
    Service. TFN heifer" I bull. Phone 431-1640 after 4:30 Curtis pointed out Klrchaine wantedto plea on the same day to improper to '

    496-3728. Itchg 1 6/9. Jnpd Z-.J go to West Virginia. The group' then improper. exhibition of a dangerous Ads
    HELP WANTED offered to take up a collection for bus weapon and asked for a jury trial

    1110 Per Weeks Part.TI m.a r ....

    Horn. Websters
    America foremost die FOR SALE PERSONAL

    horn tfonary workers company lo update need YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE TWO ACRES near SIM 00 SERVICES

    'local mailing lists. All near Keystone Heights.' CARPENTER WORKl
    $300 down. $ 684
    ages experience unnecessary.
    Remodeling work. kitchen
    month. Phone 473-4058 or
    Send name, address
    phone number to 473.<4367 after 6pm. cabinets and trim

    Webster, 144 Bay view GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S tfnchg 9/4 carpenter. Reasonable
    Avenue, Suite LAKE LOTS AND ACKIACI- prices. Call Ed Dempsey a*

    1I01.159O.M. Toronto On. Keystone Heights, owner 473-2477. tfnchg 10/2

    tario. Canada M4G 3C2. financed 10 percent. Interest. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS.

    .'Ipd 10'9 10/IA lots on clear, sand Closed meetings Monday I
    (30AINSE50"I'VILLE SUN' bottomed lake, priced to p.m. Open meetings Friday .
    sell from $9.OOO. One la 8 p.m. Alanon' Monday

    five acres overlooking lake 0 p.m. Alateen Monday 7

    Tuesday (access available) with p.m. All meetings In

    Noon CLASSIFIED SECTION. nice trees, from S3.SOO. Educational Building Community .

    f $5OO down $50 a month Church. tfnchg

    PERSONALSERVICES Commercial l frontageInvestment .- 10/2.
    SR21N. Owner-salesman. and wallpapering.Phone .

    CUSTOM 1 MADIOIlA'llIlls.F r a did* Shop The Sun's Classified section AKC 473.4375.DOMftMANS-.Top Hnchg 10/2 CARPENTRY 10/2 473 AND.2477. Ifnchg

    estimates Localdistributors quality only. You me Invited
    to visit our kernels patios

    advertised nationally Gard..n.Drap.rl. completelywashable every day fowdourstailli'"t shopping values. WACHEMEISTER tfnchg 473.1228 10/2 DOBERMAN remodeling tile fireplaces work. Free,, homes additions.estimates.and

    ... S&W Enterprises Phone .
    FOR SALK OK UAJIi 473 4473 during
    Ed or Lama
    Stephens. 496.2219. Building 40'.80', toned day. 4tpd 9351016OSSIE'S

    5/11 SOTFN. heavy commercial Owner COMPUTE LAWN

    :'i ... .. .. .. ..will. finance. .7ILECTFUCA604COSPIMAL SERVICE-Free estimatesClassified .
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    CRAWFORD'S COMMERCIAL MATUIH. & MP e Ml 8 NCtZiD TELEPHONE r :: ..k.nd.. lpd T2.10; Dollfr l t llW=..
    Person r 0 Wash c'o..h.'D' SALES --" : OVANAG" .... "" .. BCD .n _
    EXTERMINATING CO. Serving .'," cut ''n Osunerv 50'"t .hir, *. ":= M ;dd=" ...'. 1 473 .
    homes, business, in rws..1- 3"-; 32.01M POP. ...-.... '" Prefer i e For iprler|*re>c.comptex. Mon 377, t73f T << ? excellent, fond W.n.$200.r: ( 1"P.9 tfI1 "
    Union MEAT XCOUNT... p wheelchair $25; lawn Sor Ads
    Bradford Columbia ;
    laid. ,. PERSON pool pro .
    W _. .. .zonatdenced
    w.n. .
    Counties. 496-3986 Collect onlv ._'v .t 325 4-aI13 "m. and D.r'91MM e. 6o00.Mr.510 GENERAL MAINTENANCE vice with Hahn ridingmower ", gets results
    7/3 TFN CHG. AV. .............Mon. Fr'. 0.CWd13rTadd73PERSON For Viewed. eompleM M.he. ((4 months' old).
    0br Individual Mon.37? 1237
    BABYSITi in my home day, ENGINEER FOR PART TIME L:oeks *.TP Wdilt,felPall."._."so"Drift grosses SJOO monthly part- CARS *
    .. J M"CH"H'C"O"E.OH' LAM time $900. 473.
    night or weekends. Call with" ftinate_". AihoiVal Must ; 7159. Itchy
    mtucturAl/matstrlAit hev
    hen.toloo. own
    Janice Noegel 496-2510 w. .r.MAXWG now 'ook'.o.STBEEF' _.. .C.II.._......._-1>2.."' P'C.SAVE. race MVorncm Jr"A". M''mumh..r.onc.' 10/9 TRUCKSIt74
    with. nlc. omll. .... .-_'re Call Clove. 376-l.Vlr' Mon SafRECEPTIONIST. BOXER AKC PUPPIM-fawn.
    4tchg 918109.STALVSY'S to
    Vni "M ... ... pENEMAI. OFFICE additional MEL '
    ew PM D.' .. Nn'OEO .
    SCRAP METALl "_'y a-4om, woefcdsivB pal'v In shnr"c.ft::; .ssx:"'d ATS:?"... "< V:11candisliol.r-1od. firm .... varied dutle arostiqlave needlna black mask $150. PINTO STATION
    pays top dollar lor.Iumlnlum. or atersononly,2274piwl3gs.:3631 SW Arcrw 371..-. VMM "UW 13th Sf* t.I. _. Hmlv RJ Ceo "-_ ."'. ._ JOB "CnOH. 31W11300. IM4 HW
    a copper, formal. A. O.'-.vlll, .. FL 32e02 ,. 'Jth" al I Fied,noloollable terms 4733512 4tchg IO/9-IO-30 transmission, A/C. low
    radiators batteries and USED FURNITURE AND mileage 4 cyl. '77 engine.

    newspapers tied In APPLIANCES-Bunk bed Overall good condition.

    bundles 490 SW 5th Sr. $60:: solo bed S75; S875. 4734062. Itchg 10,9

    lake Butler' Phone typewriter. $35.: portable

    496-27113and ask fa Leroy. washer $140: electric WANTED

    i 10,9 TFN. COU"TRVSQUPRKWDAOC" I Otto NOVA CONCOUHS. ONe 0" A KIND,, OIARG range. $70; refrigerators
    ..... ft WILL 449 room dining
    BABYSIT 0. lr 0 p *Mnor. tttMO.
    power *tearing. velour .. ROOMMATE
    seat Runs ... WANTEDfemale.
    3/7 im Jomr don pas* this' uo -
    Terry ..
    v.nvlrml room CommercialCircle
    PRESCHOOLERS in my TV 312993) Ask lor .11-.44.? "90 a"1909OLOSMOSILO-6 Own BR in 6.ro.m

    home. Monday thru Friday.S6 REDUCED tcvHndw. CsVoodmllfMO IM9MU9TAMO*. 76 VEGA Estate Wagon"u'om."c. Valid ... 4734521. Keystone. 1 10.Heights. house Lokefront an Lake "'
    per day. Fenced In yard Mew bTAfce. .lIc. 2 new tire* xcef Itchg 9
    air Good Hutchison. "'trI
    condition lent transportation .... Call $100 month
    one hot meal a day plus aunswell. ,1000 jnM *y'oO 3n **93m1t9r.rn 3"l 39At beh3indlondl apro TRUCK TOPPERS with bubble I 13 utilities: first.last, plus ./
    windows. >
    snacks 1974 F-OMTIAC Cats" ., $239 Commercial
    Dependable'call .
    /9CH6VV'IOWAN .
    a ullv Circle.
    4963305. w Good condition Keystone
    I tpd 109.Don't tr DolumovaCkdold.
    PORSCHE 912 nport tlan Mlc' .x>*.r.M,.. L-1- I1no.C.I.Pe., High61*>oe 3,23114 Heights. 473 4521. Itcha .. .
    tMcontf .
    owner, full option Air. .ill or I ol. 3/a ?ot / Q4U1 offS and wee*_ 10.9 5." pm 6lcl-g 9 II.10. 16 ..

    ForgetDeadline .1. 18"0 LCalt 3/8-WI e7V t Mnol '177 OPEL MAMTA M.II.V. air, VtJSTANO. ethical roivtclei9' MERCEDES CASH FOR GOLD. sterling ..
    utomflc. .fro, ..... BENZ t 00 Oleel FIREWOOD $30 face cord
    on* 0. ly otlaln. I .
    for 1976 l PORSCHE 012) Mfr.. *|lr. n OOO mile*. 4Nw tlr owner .ttow nu4il .w radial' mechanically' Jewelry' diamonds, coins.Will .
    A .
    bun > .
    .rMtrtiri. Immtieulti vrv *?y v poil.l.n. r t- ctor<* +\\r. new, ;35 MPG Body. Id condi 473 3919. 2tpd 10 9-10 16
    Classifieds is t M00StdMlc.ll3FS-71)9.Condition. 33-JIM cMtin Student mi 500 or bt offer IKiovor %tteorlMQ. ..... eiulomolic tion. need paint Sao.. Troy MOVING visit your homeanywhere.
    ta.-M. thrauqnout 442 SO94BhrICK '. 393 'GO after 0 best student Maple twinor
    12 noon TuesdayFOR bunk 376-5235 Mr.
    bedsend arid coffee : : ..
    Rlttman. Phone collect.
    tables ,
    antique .
    tfnchg 10 9 ...
    SALE bed Wheeler Appliances
    Keystone and \

    OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP- Melrose 475.2401 or OF COUNTY Commissioners .,..
    PIUS. CIFTS.-See Union 4737005. 1lch3' 10 9 Is taking applica.tions
    for the following
    County Times' Mon.
    open 7 MISCELLANEOUS'BINGOAMERICAN positions of the CETA program
    day and Tuesday 8 30 a.m.
    to 5 p,m.. Wednesday- : IID'-Deputy
    Animal Control Olllc.r.DI.c'
    closed, Thursday and Friday LEGION ,

    8 30 a m. till noon. HALL. SR.21. Sat 7 !I.m., Service Aides
    174 my OWN"R NW 3 fares, BM.. Building Maintenance!
    VEGA, S350 2 HOMe 3FOrOl.1ol't M.L 1 HOPPI Of HI Ja .1r.. Sunday. 2.5 p.m. Publicinvited
    H.'ha. rick fdravlaco. oal Ins Place, I 000.0, and ur>. benufiful, rollinq' p-t.iroMOnom Carpenter Helpers,
    negotiable Camper for k tfnchg 10 9
    top "c".n. dorsal t ". rtoublo car Caroled UOOOO Call owner firidnit-ii. "OW"NO Policeman.
    long bed pick.up. excellent corti-ind ..3,.... 10re M42 'A' J41441ter6 30-doolideVS r t-Mj fpM 3304A3to WHSEIER DISCOUNT APPLIANCES Receptionist

    condition, S150negotiable., BVOWNEM 4 BR/fPss flY ()WN"N 1 ..... both at Seat K rc.behind Turkey Creed oft between Zoning Clerk laborerr
    Call 4963287 Carport f act** fenced rur*!. row M.nv D'r.., Poo" ..,,_. 441 %J/oo.nre Can bo divKted and Electrician, Control Clerk.
    or 4963123 New floor*,walls. wiring.cenlr.ilhe.it .. bat 06 9-44 cou". ...... into I0e crc tract Owner and, Keystone Melrose is Patrolman, Clerk Typist.
    alt.r 5 p m 10.9 TFN. <.l IMO VJ4 OOO Call local 4AA 4MMO..11I ing rtvd.liUtp' JIJ W4?. J/ft 475I973MINCSWOOO moving to 120 S. Lawrence,

    GUARANTIED AMWAY A PMbTTV HOME' on a pretty 'am I I3KS2 Keystone Phone 473.3649Itchg Deputy Clerk Clerk .Finance .-
    'lot. comP''.'.' V4td. Alrr* clu.fcfltciilralhcat Deputy Courts.
    PRODUCTS: for every need "rerM> 3 BM I nfrtl Keiwthorno Control air/heat. partially '.rn. I 10 9SISTER
    "*'n. central he.ttr $3..ooo '.lr Will tell 'HA or xio storage shed tawo Call 4-H Youth Program Assistant .
    ore |lull a phone call away. '0hO' UNIVERSITY' Drive ShelfnV."noda"bv 1217 me sin Av.nu\ VA dive cadd C4IIJ4IM 3ft 4/94 or j/3 W4O after l p m Right.of Way Technician '.
    We o.CLose 373 tOM
    deliver Phone "- 2 ". IA ....h ,7 b itii. rtouble tcruortti '19/3 I7MM SARA
    4962599. 4tpd 10, 2 :; block. "a': C.-OPS. NONTMWOOO, PINfeS "110.""..,d.W..II.O< .....,. ,"'.." Central ....11.1'Single'. lhedral wld' Concord cell PSE Specialist. TITLE
    10 23 14' ODD C-ner.o.loue, IBM. 2 blh ,doubl er cards. .l pel Ho 0 mc ad Word horeViHifino .... 2 OHIO bath mut see toaporeclal VI-Deputy Clerk Communications .
    ae.olil'tInc. :' = Cell I for OPI jtk lines W6 Aiui>i4tbie, 1 /"*1 -*-'4021sdaIcaJMo9o7 Call.. after torn S3* Advice On All Problems ,
    BLOCK HOME: 3 bedroom, I Ole AL TOPS 3sw410 Sjrtford fr.__..!AtTOM3ftlS ."non J9)7aM>king._ neooflableINTKRARMS Building.
    Maintenance' Helper Applicant
    bath ..unk.nlvng/
    room Let Me
    17 must be a residentof
    acres Phone 752 8029
    collect Try, To Cloy Coun' meet
    no calls ) located .( ". PresentHelp I
    near Providence employment guidelines of
    4tpd 10 9 You .9.. .
    1030.IRICIC 0" r .. Future' the CETA program. and be

    HOME: on I 2 acres 3 .' With YourProblems economically dlsadvontaged. .
    bedroom 2 bath ZH"NO .111" : ,. 1 ,If you feel you may
    Family Affairs qualify apply at Clay County .
    fireplace carpeted' I 1.800
    't/ j Community Services Of
    sq feet 'living area "allowed. POTTERV S' 25t 4008-787 S. em SlrseijMaeelenny ,fice. 915 Walnut ..
    S50 000. Breaker TOW CHAIN 3/111" Proof colllel Sir of:

    10 9 TFNHOUSE .85.141.. .C..C..,..tool..... ,."d....bv, nN,*ortlot 4)Ch. CaleC.4,40.1. 26. each.end.14 ft US. Jlr.clov..b Cell/.-.. *. rocatTU .Meionum COON' BlCsntnn'Revolver VIMOIMtA wim l model.rtoltt.fr OMA 44. Florida 32083wy ] Green 10 Cove 9Introductory Springs. Flo.Itchg .

    FOR SALE BY Kitchen .SOAVS CWI CO W 3/aeol_ leave mesteroetPOOLTABLR 121 Next Poor to aifcar
    OWNFRt 3 bedroom. I *.mnn* .. and,Crpt... Good IMSMI tMoy/ttltra rurnltvr, ., ..'>
    color /
    *tvl ctorh !ff Good
    m |0-M| toy* matwrnUyctolhtn '
    I bath living' room. dining' and*..*.. SON K fhV4i' a,,,. Ssfi.1.*TlVAOiljo4Or.iw .Conclillon.49B3.U4pROPessiONAt....... Cell _../. or Offer
    Strlngfellow Supply' 1MI IMATTMCSSE9 ,
    room, kitchen screenedpotio at 3Fi i/jy to JQM LOSTFOUNDFOUNDi.Frldoy.

    near school and 7 ....* Ion*). .tlOMSPMINOS..1.. TWO .rilMBR.... drlw.SPEOAICIIRS.IdlPACs n turnfe>b... lOG IOa fin.. ixxts' AA. rowel. never* vwim u ed, ,,:
    W:1evridCond"kin. ..
    shopping 530,000. Phone m iiinej' king( sir* bear. VOSAiCe Tl iMtro-x with'"MmnIgOTf > COSt 115.111 ...ISO 3/. 4KMRACOWflTeAlt Oct. 3, on .
    J 4962709 .. ow 37"Sail off"mosseLlis ,. ttao, : I -
    tpd 10 9. o2-02r2--s. MACOUslTS SR21. on air pump. Claim rc::

    10 1/2 ACRES: on gradedrood FISH, TANKS 15 fMl with .t.nd SVOiniviatrICII.remone L.9C.I Attorny S..M. .C..HOL.'CI... _( TlfLUPI-tOMe.. j (t/7 rvitvon Creiprtlte Adventeas'Performer.), til. 373-114.120 at Monitor office 'I Itcha '= .;
    '3O o."on Induct cornel*** .-. -. c_,_. SCION., with ii ft*> C "' n w; ftO..ji.ngMO etter IRALHICH 109. I '
    !. ideal for small form w, oo Filter* front, *tc. J/.. ..*...*.t flnsinc.n. iyM .. Ceitl iytV4iOI 6
    OS07 daVilf4al Imp id-Ine, V
    rofi lon l, elf
    or homesite Price S 15 000. PIANO. OLD MAMIt-TOM S S .XAPHONE.lvoo aundv ifAts. Came Clrittlll' fW firm ..,.... ,
    Call 496-2294 from 9am. FLOOR SAPII. S400 ''n..I1. <>or_. 'In good concMflon. JW 0 A-.' brand now. 150.C. French. Tourinv 10 vtmmA "". FOR RENT
    C.1133qt4lw3pwslro ..... .
    i ,
    4KI after 6 0111926-24 notd Ml *J3$ firm JOeij $
    to 3 p.m.. Thursday Friday DEADBOLT LOCKS

    I' Saturday and Sunday 3BR FURNISHED HOMI an Rugged" On* Inch,
    all day. I"pd 9 II. Lake Geneva. S295 month.
    'III FURNISHED HOMI an Features

    FOR RENT Need more information? Little month.lake G.n...... $325 Hardened Steel '

    ;i4R Rotating InsertInstalUd :

    I MOBILE HOME2 bedroom Interested, in. placing a classified? -' If! >. ," REALTOR REALTY I '
    I I bath' en I 2 acre of 'land .a.. '1 .

    pete furnished Brooker no road kids,near no Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817O wtnuesUI.11 e UUv IO.S8 Itchg 10 TRAILER,)9 473-4961- en Lake_ Two On* $50.00$34.30

    I, Worthington Springe. Geneva 1BR. I(A. unfurnished Don Hill Security
    Phone 4962308. I fiche
    109. Systems
    and stove. $133 month

    4733672.1 Itchg 10'* 473-3549

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    '" SATURDAY 10 a.m. till ? GOOD PRICES PAID for used PALMS APARTMENTS) Furnished RIVER PROPERTY an,,Santo FENCING All kinds hog

    DIU'I AW SHOPs Complete "BOOKKEEPING 6usiness.Counseling .....r of Tackle Box, 341 N.Temple mobile homes If mortgageIs efficiencies' and I PICK-UP 3 speed. MOBILI HOMESi Why pay Fo River \/> mile West of wire, welded wire barbwire
    sharpening service, circular and management Ave 10/9 ItpdSAT. 3/4 paid or more. OLIN BR opts.. weekly or monthly AM/FM stereo, chrome ? direct from the Lchetucknee. Information wood chain link;
    more Buy
    hand carbide, Contact1 George .' .. OCT. 11, 99 dining MOBILE HOME SALES NEW FURNISHED rims, still under warranty, selection of 964-7399 (Slarke) / free estimate MANNING
    factory large
    chain.ground mower) and blade balanced hollow King 7823949. 102A room and kitchen furniture 964-S606. Open 7 ,dov' 2313 STUDIOS N., Temple monthly, Slarke.only., $300 down 'ouum.paym.n. 12"',...' and double wide 378-9607 (GVIIIe254tpd) FENCE CO.. 473-4832.
    f .,curtains'efc1016 weekly. TFchgWANTROt .., 782-3117 alter COMMUNITY MOBILE 10/16 Keystone. TFchrj M.
    leave at Jackson Building TFchg
    bookkeeping service for W Pratt,' 964.7873. '10/9 Mobile home axles S. 10/2 2tchg 10/9 SPACI HEATER large outsideell CHAIN LINK FINCI
    One BR US 301
    Supply In Stark, Keystone your business as low as and tI.... Will pick up. KITCHENETTES HOME SALES
    78 6 cyl.
    Heights or Lake Butler. $30. per month fan a ..mollbu.ln. 1 ItchgSAT. OLiN'S MOBILE HOME apartments, pool'. TV. AC North Open 9 to dusk. 1 to tank also. $30. tot bath material. Do II yourselfand
    TFchg ...! We will set up .. OCT. 11 Mlic. Items. SALES 964-50. Open 7 utilities Included Totally AT PS AC. AM/FM. 6 on Sunday. Phone 7823680. 10/9 save Installation,
    Adams Auto
    ALCOHOLICS ANONY.. book for I 920 Butler Rd., behind days weak. furnished. Weekly monthly stereo, $3293. 964.17..1. 6/1 TFN. FURNITURE Frostfreerefrlg available. Free estimates.
    your you as a /TFcht\ .
    Madison St. Baptist TEMPLE MOTEL' Sales Keystone Not* .. $)ft: Hlde-a-bed, HandyMon Fence Co.
    MOUSt Imply as possible, keep CASH) FOR COINSlCold,, ro'" 10/9 TO SIMI BSTATIt 2 BR
    Phone 964-SUB or 9647619. your journals and ledg.rboo" Church. 10/9 Itchg .. silver, sterling dental 880 N. Temple' Ave, 78 473-4078.PLYMOUTH Itchg FURY 4 Homo LR. Kit 12' [long sofa $69. chest, $39;" 9648559. TFchg L.

    TFchg do profit and loss 1 FAMILY yard sale: stove gold GF scrap(Jewelry, op- .Starke. Phone 964.7?'7. door, 318. excellent condi pantry' large glassed-in dresser ISOI.; king site WATSON'S HOUSE OF
    REMODELING, IUIIDING statements, sales tax furnace drafting" set many tical frames etc. J.R. Bull- 9/20 TFchg. tion. Take over payments porch 2 baths AC largo bed $123; New queen also VACUUMS Many brandsof
    RRPAIMSi New kitchens returns, payroll to..... etc. small appliances,children Ington 964.623O TFchg.WANTEDi MIMOSA MANOR! MOBILI $2000. 7823907. 10/9 Itpd utility room car port. bed. $129; double bed. now vacuumi. Used
    baths, family room Brick Phone 964.7189 for mare clothing cameras, photo Used tools, both HOME PARK mobile homes New DATSUN PICKUP loni'bad workshop beautiful landscaped $SO- twin bed $39.; machines available. Parts

    block concrete. Fireplace Information. 10/2 2tpd developing set, plants of mechanics and carpenters.Phone and spaces for rent. Phone 9 speed, AC, save yard with sprinkler bedroom suite $200, and accessories for all
    specialists. OrlHIl Con.trucllon. ,Beginner's' Painting Classes all kinds, pottery wrought 964-8331, or 4682912. TFchg $600. Adams Auto Sales system 100x600' lot. Magnavox color console 3yr. vacuum system 404 NW
    Phone 4732108or ; .Acrylic or all painting Iron ceramics, fit 100 South 4680 1551. 9/11 tnchg OFFICE SPACI. attractive, Keystone Hgts, 473-4078. southslde of Silver take .. old $300. Cell 10th Ave., Gainesville,
    473-2978. TFchg Classes are Tuesday mornings from Starke go west on fit WANTCDt Mobile Home Ax small. Separate building. 10/9 Itchg priced to sell. firm 732-7961 Providence. 10/9 phone 376.7110, TFchg
    SIWING MACHINISKIPAIIIIDt 9:30: M:30. $9.00 per 18 behind Bobbys Produce, ,les. Paying the best price Noor town. Plenty ,of pork- 77 4x4 CHIV 110'.'. loaded 48000. Call 4732214.: I ACRI LOT for sole. LIMEROCKl 20 yd. semi
    All make class learn color mixing lot on left watch signs. for gooo? condition axles. $Ing space, acquire 407 W. good condition $20O and 10/2 2tchg 10/9 Garage water sewer and loads only. ALIEN E.
    cleaned oiled and ad- Jefferson S,. 9/18 Inchfl.
    composition shading etc 964 833 N 9/11 Inchg
    Friday night after 9, Sat. take up payments. Wayne M,000 .IC. 7 mi. NW of Storke on TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone
    (usted. S10. Work Phone Mark Williams for TO RENT 3 BR, furnished HOUSEKEEPING and deep- 10/9
    and Sun. 9-untll. 10/9 Itpd 299-2393 Macclenny. SR 229. Whispering Pines 7823172. TFchg
    guaranteed. James more Information house or apartment between Ing room TV and Air. New 2 BR, 2 BA home nearKystone
    FRIDAY B Saturday. Oct, 10 Itchg Estates, Lot 28. 10/9 4tchg CYPRESS LUMBER Most
    Underwood Motel', 3 miles Hgts. within walk. any
    corner MorganRd. 9647189. 10/2 2tpdDIVORCIi Oct. 24 andNov. I.
    77 PINTO AC. extra clean
    and 16. I It. Sunrise Pork on North ol Starkean Hwy Ing distance of golf course. 10/30 sine available Including
    Hwy TFchg do It yourself, Phone 7823951. 10/9 Itpd Sales.Keystone
    $293. Adams Auto '
    ACKHOIILOADER WORKs $90. Call lake City Hilltop St. between Peocan COLD & SILVER A to Z 301. 10/9 tnchgKINOSLEV 473-4078. $1825 dawn 'and 11.9% CASH REGISTER with tax mantle pieces. 4 x4'x8;
    By hour or by |ob. Bradford 732.1009. 10/2 inchgBOATS < Sunrise 5'.. look for Pawn Shop 144 W. Call St. LAKES 3 BR. 10/9 Hg"@ finance If qualified. Builder total In good condition. 1"xB"x8'; sawdust also
    Septic Service. 964-6121. signs. 10/9 Itpd Storke 964-8348. 10iHELP waterfront house furnished '73 CHEVY VAN first $490 will pay closing cost or give Coryler legal or letter available. Call Stephen
    10/2 mchgBRADFORD SATURDAY. Oct. Ii, four available from October takes It. 9648966. 10/9'' discount or cash. Jack 964-6902 next to Smith 468.2624. Hampton.
    SEPTIC TANK families, 209 E Adklns St. May. $300 mo. call ((305)) Itpd Courtney ft Assoc.. Inc. Telegraph. 10/9 8/7 tnchg.

    SERVICE Pump-outl. from 9 am. 2 p.m. 10/9 WANTED 251-0254. 10/9 2tchg 10/16 73 DODGE DART. 6 cyl., AT. Realtor 4737060. 10/9 Inch Singer Touch Sew SHRIMPi Fresh River Shrimpfor
    Residential commercial If TRI-HULl FIBERGLASS. Itpd MOBILE HOMIl 3 BR. $133 With ceblnet, -folly ,your freeser. Please
    AC. $"' Adams Auto' Camp Blending
    and IndustrI4 Fully Meant- Boot w/80 hp Mercury AT.. OCT. 11,. 86. Sun., per month $100, deposit, Sales, Keystone Hgls., Extra nice doublewlde homeon automatic makes designs. call Dusty Chaney Green
    ed. Phone 964-8121. TFchg motor bnd Gator Trailer. Oct. 12, 1.9, furniture, NURSE MOMS needs full- call 964.8704 after 5 p.m. 473-4078. 10/9 tchg large lot with bjg oaks, button holes monograms, Cove Springs 284.9799.
    MOTORCYCLE REPAIRSi Factory Call D.'. Reddish drapes, clothes, small appliances time LPN or RN nurse for 10/9 ItchgMOBILE "70 OLDS CUTLASS very mile from Strickland Ion. hems. etc. Originally said 8/14 Inchg.
    trained mechanlet. 964.7910.7117 TFPD. TV. guitar, guns.tools 4.12 shift. Call 964-6220. HOME 3 BR 2 BA. good cond. must sell $475. ding. $24.000 with 'terms.Rldought for aver 450. Pay off AUCTION
    US-301 South. 964-6020.. IB FT. GIASTRON BOATl 223 and many other 10/9 tnchgIID.ATI partly furnished $190. per or best offer, 964-8290., Realtor, balance' due. $''8. took erassume Antiques furniture,
    5/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. hp V-hull. Vinyl top and Items. 7 miles SE of Stork need for hard month. 782-3680.10/9 Itpd 10/9 tchg Hawthorne 481-4004. 10/9 payments $13.'per glassware, bedroom
    drivers STARKEi Home for ran#. 3
    SERVICISl 9 many deluxe accessories.Just on Rd 100. Clov.r,."'.. working movers 7S BUICK Century extra 10/16 month. White Sewing. suites tools plus manymore

    year photos experience Including taxes In andgovernment all like newt I CallGainesville 10/9 Itpd packers,who helpers want steady andtruckmon newly BR, 2 BA built brick'located veneer In, clean. AT. Air $1993. 2tchg NEW CONTEMP. :3 BR 2 BA Center. S27 SW Archer.... Items. Auction every,
    376-3619. TFN. Adams Auto Sales : Archer Pleie, I ml south ol
    form, |jobs with good pay. Write Saratoga Hgts. Minimum 6 on one acre, 473-4163. Square Friday night.
    too HP MERCURY Outboard Keystone Hg"" .; 473-4078. ........
    473-7073 after 5 P.M. 7/3 Terry P.O. Box 3937. Station mas. loan.. Call 9649311 10/9 Itchg O'vllle, Fl. Phone 37.- Starke on 301.
    tlchg Motor' and boot S50O Call HELP F. Jacksonville. Fl after 4.30 p.m. 10/9 tnchg 10/9 Itchg lmpols'Imded.; BY OWNERi 21.04 Ac. Part 10/9 tnchg SoutheasternAuction

    KEENS Till UROIONl 9646841.) 10/9 ItchgMISCELLANEOUS WANTED 32206 for appt. 10/9 2tchg I Bit, furnished 'Apt.. 72 fair CHSV cond. $300. Strawberry fenced .:3 BR home Ig. Unclaimed layawey Service
    10/16 utilities Included. Inquire 1980 Touchmatlc mlcroweve 944-1927
    Trimming removal 14 yr. ---- Acres, Rt 1, Box I9O family roam central
    experience. Have 55 ft. CLERICAL part or full time of: Tackle Box, 341 N. Temple Lawtey R H Castleberry. hoot/air :3 car garage, Ig. .oven family size,' full warranty 9/lltnchg
    bucket. Free 'estimates ROUTE DRIVER needed for opportunity from home Ave. 10/9 Itpd12X40 10/9 3tpd 10/23 barn/workshop good hunt assume payments of BULlSi Registered and cross
    Phone 782-3733. 9/29tnchg straight' truck rout.. working with mall. No experience MOBILI HOMIl 2 BR $19 per month. White SawIng tared. James Gasklne,
    FEED ONE ADULT for $7.06; 74 FORD Truck F2SO heavy ting. $87,900. 9647523.
    Steady |lob wbeneflts.Chauffeurs .
    CHRISTIAN, women would weekly. Includes I lb. license 1 required. For In 2 BA central heatrwilhAC. duty. AC PS, $1300. 10/9 Itpd Appliance Center 3947 964 8396. 9/18 tnchg
    like 'to keep toddler In her 'meat dally choice of 8 Apply In at Griffin reg. formation spend stomped $190. mo... lot and last 964-6289 after 6 p.m. 10/9 LAKE BUTLER house for ..01.IIown.r .SW Archer Rd.. Archer 'Broyhlll hutch.. 6'mo. old;
    home. Southslde Elemen vegetables and grain. free Industries person, Hampton. 10/9 self-addressed envelope' month, security deposit. Itpd : 3 BR I BA. living Square Plaza Gvllle.hone Kenmore dryer with 2 yr.
    DYN-NAR P.OBox ,,New River Area nearBrooker .
    tory area. $23 week. details. Write RK Rt. 1 1. Itchg. Enterprise .4038after '77 DATSUN 280Z. 5 speed, dining ',room 376-4466. 10/9 tnchg -. 'warranty 79 Oldmobile.loaded. .
    34. New 8'un.wlck.N.J. call 473 "
    9648372. ron T.V. 10'9Itpd
    IQ/9ltchg Repossessed 964-7984
    Box 471 Bokeella Florida AC AM/FM stereo. patio near
    33922.,9/18 4tpd 10/9 08903. 10/9 6tchg 48S-I713 6 10/9 weekdays 10/30; or $6900. Call Dept of Correction schools and shopping. Console model, 25" l<.....

    ". ". ,.,.....-,..,., ,.,,., ,..,,..,,.,. ,..,,.,. ,., KITCHENETTE and 4tchcj room Mrs. Shufard S3O.OOO Phone 496-2709.. under warranty., Bel, duo .FIREWOOD. next door to
    weekly/monthly rates W, 4311212.| 10/9 tnchg 10/9 I tod 187.30 cash or payments of Morgan Rd. Bapti
    PIE AC. utilities Included. Jo- Advertise in the (20.:per month. White SewIng Church. 10/9 3tchg )10/23
    lu Motel Hwy. 301 S. 10/9' Section Appliance Center, :3(47 Oil HEATER with 93 gal.
    198OCloseout 2'chlll0/l6 Classified MotorcycleSUZUK'90. SW Archer Rd.. Archer drum and stand, $3O

    Square Plesa G'vllle. Phone Phone 964.6633. 10,9 Itpd

    OWN YOUR OWN runs great. $ISO. 974....... 10/9 tflcfig Advertise In the

    Self Service Shoe Store see at Desert Isle Motel. Mia HONDA CM400T complete Classified Section
    Rm 20. 3 mi. North of with h.lm..nd rain-

    lawtey. 10/9 Itpd lull Maroon color, |just REGISTERED DOBIRMANl 1
    s10 4 Footworld; Shoes Is coming to Starke. This store Is (0 UZUKIl 490 G/SIT with turned I.2OO miles, 4 months yr. old male block, and

    being' made available for local ownership. Stop by 3.600 miles, still und.rworonty.II600.964.S5I7. old. 11.750.00 or takeover rust colored good dlsposl ..

    L--10B E. Call or call Steve.((904)),Z 7:4il: ,? ? '. payments ol' '$68 44 tionl. btr7344H9' .after'
    .... line ..p.' mo. Call 964-7389 9.39 p.m- R M.Jersey.; Jr,
    011 ... "'" n' .i
    ,: -vurysmair ;; .;. m. r- Mom-frl. alter 6pm. 10/9 Itchg

    ; Anytime w..k."d..IO,9_. ,GOAT male, Saanona
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    .. Alpine $39. 18 mo. old.

    AIRLINESMajor ,C" 7823944. 10.9 Itchg
    .s MAY $19 a roll. Arthur
    airlines are now hiring for the follow 4 .... Gaikins, 7823140. 10 9
    '" ,II
    ing opportunities: tnchg
    ;'' :
    .rI.NOW COLONIAL sliding
    glass doors, 80 9 16" X 72
    FLIGHT ATTENDANTSRAMP 3,4" white finish with

    SAVE $390. asking $179. excellent

    AGENTS '9648372. 10 9, Itchg

    CLERICAL POSITIONS finally' riw* i on.eniwsK la th* thyrochcllng cotl' of tmbvillhomen and choir. (ISO. plush.:
    00"F DOLLARS CUSTOMER SERVICE Th*stonchmark manufacturi.! jw.rgy horn developed. brown, Nougohyd lofa
    from owr. :34 yor ..pi>i'_. 'In cenlroltitxl. production building' rocker and chair, $150.
    FOOD SERVICE taut* our 'horn** rwno. lr.mt,IOO.000 .. 060 000 ih.nodiMrlbuiotthliN
    one fof..* Maple bunk beds $129
    )Individuals Interested In applying with going washer (I I2S. dry.r, S7,.

    '' these airlines companies must be career Bus,, |just o. Important at our., oHroxtl price It our. uiwrpattWquality 'call 792.7961 Providence
    ;, .: & Beat The Price thai! why those homes are approurid by FHA fNMAKG 10,9,
    oriented have a public relations ..
    personality HUD convontlarol londoro and by Individual factory
    ,"'.. be hauling,law*. HofO or*torn*ol the I-,.,.*you II find,in our lolally" FOR SALE ilove. rsfrig,
    willing to travel if and be In
    required good .... and box
    gy offtclcnt built anywhere II. of tonchmark Hotnoi 3*" mattress iprlngs
    ""' 0 i iM health. For further Information on how to Immediately planar' wells.. double, floor II "3O tilling ....,.".... ft I It Mil m 964.8290. 10 9
    ii'' .rf" utallon 0 I. OCCO.MHto and tha strongest 2 year warranty' m thoIndvitlry
    apply with these B MOS. OLD Lunnotine Her-
    'directly !major .Pocioty aw iniollondco' ;:;; Some Of These Models With airlines companies, write to: ...."..., of mortal,* include ranch, 1 ranch bi' '.,.1 tn .lo.ol two ford Cross.brad bull call
    tonand duple Hoor plant, .built, onywharaTo ., $290 firm, Call 782.3376
    .. .
    ,W Travelex Inc. ......... you mutt bo _loll,, able, la install 0 Monist home after 6 p.m. 10 9
    \ Cantor or toot house 'In your .._. gains anting and. .*pr| Thormolalre Heel' Steve
    ATTEN: ,Ouidonco continuously. prov dod. S75. Call 782.3376 10 9
    : .. Little Or No Down Payments. NEW AND USED FURNITURE
    Airlines Application Information this'is an OKdtlng' and highly profitable' business opporiutNtyFor and appliances.. Porch

    .1. 3865 South WasatcH Blvd. Suite 101 Full Information,. and Brochure. rockers, BARGAIN .

    r CENTER. US 301 South, .
    Lake Phone
    Salt City Utah 84109 Write

    I; Call! or Come to our office n : .' 904.117..3158 842 Mabry Street 'PLUMBING 9646679. TFchg FIXTURES win. ,I Idow. '

    .' ', ... Please indicate briefly background Jim Thom'.. ,or Tailorsoisises. Florida .. doors, pipet. plus
    ,, ., ;. your 10,000 o'h.-I'.m. now at
    what airlines positions( ) Interested in Ron Dual) 32304BPNCN'S
    Cantar US 301
    J" for Complete .D tails. ,. : < applying for and enclose a stamped self- .South. Stork. TFchg

    '.; addressed envelope so that you may receive
    c .-, further information as to what steps to takeso .,,..** 964-5534 WellDrilijing

    that possible interviews might be arrangedby IPM PEST CONTROL. SERVICES

    We, are. /located at \\j.. ::0. these airlines. All major airlines companies !
    The Master
    eFooloIngto Kllltrt tf I.".......' ....
    : : are EQUAL OPPORTUNITY for Positive O.rmen.Ro.ch Control *C,,,_ raft .0: ..hru 6'

    327 W. Call St. EMPLOYERS.10/16 &.\. Special S.nlpr ft''F..n Result YESM 'iII'''WIS Fast Rotary

    \ 10/9 2tcha Drilling Equipment

    .. !1i..I-.I. '? .I?
    ." ,. ....

    .. ; or Clo..ified'Ads gets results FILL* LIMEROCKDOZER J Pumps:

    \ ( e ee

    ,.:.< : Call. l q645533.'Ilil!. J' MOBILE NO.MI, WORK New & Used

    *.11 IV vli SalesParlsService.rwn.w.E.Z.T.erm.q
    1 i .. ;SERVICf POUS" Septic Tank InstallationsCALL *>

    Saturday & SundayAFFORDABLE ; "iipby [AMP: ; .; !! .*|.>fee eeoPlumbing<

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    In a so !
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    200 'AMI* s e* eee******t eeee** ** ..W*,
    Maw Installation

    a I kino I Remodeling Repairs .
    I \... Steve Cardin: Owner I __............ ....N.

    Q.Y. A.DJ.I'
    ApplicationsAre Hantlej MOBILE HOME '

    -Lake GenevaKotilrlclvd Now G fears'$ INSUAANCql'HOMEOWNERS';! PlumpTSUPPLY'

    .00 CtIC 4:16; It. .olrY "s.

    l lot. lUTHJ IIq. Being Taken .SERVICES POLICIES'

    0Ito ft, minimum building AT
    11.e! In Bradford CounlSJJ.ON\'. FOR Florida 47i-4340 (AEASONABLE'RATSS COMPANY
    Times Union paper rout.In orRepair --
    .1telroseArea' [471-4243 -M-bi;; ; e "-864--N.

    Phone M4-316S Mon i'y Of'Major'ilectric"Ap'Pilaincole Home Safes?
    Temple Ave.
    I thru Friday ,o.nvto!. IS; 0.-! "
    'tloieg QIJOTES

    aft, 'J.. .'3as4'.14"tws.O'yllle .. M".t'transportation have dependable: and,' post ;Poinsettia. Bradford 4 CUy Phone' 460eh Stark IE:: !

    .-U7.1'"* i M".' 1 :: bond Icash :1/- Count!.. EUwie M Olirt Agent ,964-7061-3
    Lawrence Blvd K.yaton.


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    Parts an October. 11180
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    II ,'. ,. '.,,' Brooker Now Has, Dependable' WaterWhen

    I / ,'. ,:\.<., '"I .[. -
    iI.' -,' ,':;" ',1. Brooker residents turn on a "
    .' "We needed, it bad, said Mayor upgrading its water system for some
    faucet now they have good water Hamilton.. "It1' came along at a good three years. .
    :... under plenty of pressure,,says,Town
    .'. '-" Clerk Linda Robinson, Hamilton noted some It takes some other federal agencies .
    There have been residents were against the project. seven or eight years to get a pro
    no problems with "Maybe people In Brooker can atari ject completed because applicationspile
    the water pressure or leaks from the being nice again," said Clerk Robin up In a central office, Hightower
    110 users since the new tank has been son, referring to irate calls to her office
    '. says For that reason, Hightower
    In use, said Mrs. Robinson
    ; at the
    when residents failed
    to get water. decentralized Florida's FmHA set-up
    ,, dedication of the new plant last Friday because of low -'
    I I Into 10 districts with a district such
    .' ... morning. The new 75,000 gallon "The rreesure. for ltaelr"Hightower as Wallace McCormick, to. head each
    elevated water tank holds
    more water noted. "After all the condi '
    .. .,:. .
    than Brooker residents
    \ in
    ,', one lions, mayor,you were able to deliver
    I' ,day, says Jerome Kelley, a Brooker .what y.laid you would. You can be Bradford County is Included In an

    .. ...,..."-. ..t native and engineer for the project. proud." .. 11-county district that also includes
    'K'" .. '' .. The town has a $112,000 grant from Hightower noted Brooker is one of seven sub-offices The district extends
    .A." .... ,. Farmer's' Home Administration few towns which qualified for a full from Madison County in the
    by (FmllA). Construction costs were grant. Most FmHA funds are 75 per- west to Bradford in the east.. It In-
    $145,000, Kelly said. cent grant and 25 percent loan, he ad- cludes Madison, Alachua, Taylor,
    Upgrading of the Brooker water Hamilton, Lafayette Suwannee,
    '. system is another example of President ded.Brooker residents will pay$3.73 for Gilchrist, Dixie Columbia, Union,
    Jimmy Carter's policy of putting the first 100 gallons'of water used and Bradford counties.The district is
    rural areas first, said FmHA state each month,$1.25 per 1,000 gallons for .the same as the regional planning
    director Michael R. Hightower of the next 2,000 gallons,SI per thousandfor council district, that done so the
    Gainesville, who was present for Fri- the next 2,000 gallons, and 85 district directors could work closely
    day morning's ceremonies with cents/thousand gallons after 8,000 together thereby further facilitating
    .- Brooker officials. Hightower said the gallons. faster approval of project requests-
    reason rural communities get first That compares' to $3 minimum ,another step In the speed up process.
    SUMMONED priority from FmHA Is direct Hightower, from Duval
    a man- charge before the new rates were County anda
    date from President Jimmy Carter. adopted in JuneBreaker's former school teacher, at age 31
    Water systems have already been water system was Initially headed president Carter's northeast
    built or upgraded with FmHA funds In installed back in 1P65 using a Florida campaign in 1976. Deciding
    Lawtey and Hampton.. $66,000 loan from the former U.S. he did not want to go to WashingtonD.C.
    "This Is what makes my Job wor- Department of Health Education, ., Hightower subsequently found'out
    thwhile," Hightower told the and Welfare, according to former about. FmHA, and applied for the
    assembled Brooker pfficlals. Only out mayor Malcolm Harrell. Harrell was job.
    of town guest was Hampton City mayor of Brooker for 16 years. In the post' three"
    Clerk Gordon Wadsworth. FmHA years now
    Members of the council back In 1965
    state director
    District Director WallaceW.McCormlck were Earl Green, J.R. Mott, Roy Car more than' billion has seen
    a from Live Oak, who roll, M.D. Harrell, and M O. Harrell. federal funds one distributed dollars In. In
    worked directly with Brooker on the Florida
    The original cast iron pipes installed
    through FmHA for needed
    funding of the introduced community -
    back in 1965 are sound and shouldlast
    t, Hightower. ) largest project was a
    Brooker .Mayor Blake Hamilton Engineer hundreds Jerome of years, said Project $63 million dollar project to to extenda
    thanked both Hightower and McCor- Kelley. new water pipeline 168 miles to the
    ... mick. Brooker has been working on Florida Keys.


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    FmllA State Director Speaks...

    "This Is what makes our jobs worthwhile. said FmtiA. Jerry Ballard,
    retired from FmllA and now with Sver-
    I Slate Director Michael R. Ilightower.ln center of photo Invent drup & Parcels and Jerome Kelley a Brooker native and FREE HEATING
    dedication, as he spoke to a small crowd Friday. Oct. 3. at the now engineer with Sverdrup A Parcels, Calnesvile,are at '
    of Brooher's
    new water tank and pump. Hightower's left.

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    I Change in Deer Hunting Slated for this FallThis I HEAT AND Al

    fall Florida hunters will be
    forage decreases and nature's "
    altering a tradition that has been of reducing herd size takes means duction. 0
    around since the mid-1920's. For the starvation disease and law fawn over- The ideal situation Is one buck per I ONLY $1 INCIUPeS DUCT WORK
    pro two does. 0
    first time in that many years, it will 2 told sysysMnuftECTIIOC
    be legal to harvest deer with at least ... ev
    one antler visible above the hairline. I M-187A WORK ,
    The Game and Fresh Water Fish
    Commission, in adopting the new rule
    last April based the decision on I
    evidence from wildlife biologists that
    the harvest of only bucks with at least
    one antler five inches or more in
    length has served its purpose That
    rule had been In effect during a time
    In the history of Florida's deer herd THOMAS METALS INC.Metal G
    when protection of does and smaller .
    antlered bucks was essential to
    restore the herd.
    The biologists told the Commis- Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage AIR CONDITIONING INC.,
    sioners that Florida's deer herd had
    recovered to the stage that new Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows "The Air Conditioning Experts" -
    management practices would have to Serving Northeast -
    be implemented in order to maintain PRONE 964-7701
    the current herd. Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save Florida From 6 Locations ;+

    "Recent findings have shown that
    1'j-year-old' bucks In a healthy herd
    antlers normally" said produced Fred Stanberry at least ,forked director Lake Butler, Fla., 496-2013

    of the Division of Wildlife. "When

    more spike bucks of this same age -- --- -- - -..... .. .. .. . ............ ........ .I
    begin to appear in a herd, this is an indication .... JV'. ......... .... .. ... .-. .. .. ..

    available that for the not deer enough present food on the is Earn Your High School DiplomaBy ;j

    area. Over population results in food ri nTi n
    shortages and poor food is in part
    responsible for small antlers.
    "Studies also indicate genetics play Taking The GED Tests.
    an important role in the developmentof

    harvesting spike the antlers.larger antlered By always deer Applications Are Being Taken At THAT'S OUR

    and leaving (he spikes, we have been BUSINESS. .
    allowing the spike characteristic to
    become more prevalent" he said. The Bradford-Union Area

    The proposed regulation changewas
    presented in public meetings last Vocational Technical Center. The
    spring throughout the state and
    Stanberry said the response was overwhelmingly We are known for our
    in favor of removing the Deadline Is October 17, 1980.
    five-inch restriction. However in the quality printing of business

    Everglades area of the state the Call 964-6150 For Information. cards 'letterheads and j
    restriction will remain In force. all
    "Only deer with at least one antler
    five or more inches in length will be ,, types of office stationery. Our
    legal in the Everglades, Koleyland
    rates reasonable
    and Rotenberger wildlife manage- Examinations Are Scheduled and we
    ment areas" the wildlife director : can deliver when time
    said. "This restriction will remain
    because of the public's expressed con- '
    presents a problem.
    cern over too high a deer kill October 2O-21 October 22.23
    resulting. In those areas where vehi-
    cle hunting is allowed the deer kill is '
    very high. By leaving the regulation, 6:30: p.m. Call
    there will be some assurance (hat 1:00: p.m: .
    some bucks will make |'I| through the \
    hunting 8:15 it
    season. : p.m.
    The "visible antler"' law is not the 3:00: p.m. BRADFORDPRINTERS
    4s only change in store for deer hunters ,
    this fall. In selected wildlife
    f manage-
    ment area,either-sex hunting is being 6:30: p.m. October 24 '
    offeed. This is a radical change from
    at years when does
    protected. were completely 8:15: p.m.. 9:30: a.m.

    We are faced with a serious pro-
    blem on certain areas as
    our deer

    population As the herd grows increases," Slanberry natural said. Cost of Complete Battery rY ."., '964-5764 ,1,10.WCall.I ;;, '

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