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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 23, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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aM Problems between Starke officials several days after the request. was Crosby asked veteran Clerk Merrill
hh I/ and representatives of a firm that made. Edwards to have available at the next
wants to put cable television In the Representatives of the cable TV regular board meeting figures on
Starke area were solved when the CI- firm have Indicated 40 percent of outstanding writeoffs that are still
ty Commission adopted a resolution Starke will have service by July 1, outstanding for the period Jan. 1, 1980
granting permission for the franchise 1981 and the balance Is expected to be through July 31, 1980 and have the
.to be sold. in operation by March 1982. information available at the next
r- This will allow the firm to sell the Officials have proposed 21 channels regular meeting of the board.
cable TV company in Starke and to be available to the citizens of the
Green Cove Springs to Florida Starke area with 12 of them area TV Roberts Wise
( publishing Company, a subsidiary of stations with the balance stations that/
ti'r{'rtr Seaboard Coast. Line Railroad. can be brought to the area by Are AppointedMayor

.Florida Publishing Co. publishes the satellite,Including home box office Schaefer asked the other
,Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville movies.. '
board
members if they had ideason
After brief discussion Commissioner any
and
.Journal, St. Augustine Record -
who to appoint to the two vacancieson
several other weekly newspapers. Vernon Silcox made a motionto the Board of Adjustment and one
approve the resolution and Com-
SCL Is putting cable TV In Orange missioner Bobby Milner seconded the vacancy on the bond trustees.
Park, Green Cove Springs and In Fer- -motion. It passed by unanimous vote When no one would offer a motion,
'nandlna Beach. That firm owns ;30 of the board. Schaefer gave the gavel to Vice-
percent of the cable TV franchise in Mayor Crosby and then recommended -
Jacksonville.Last former Bradford County Commissioner -
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week Starke City Commissioners Write-Offs George Roberts, Jr., be reap-
requested the firm send a let- The board approved the writeoffsof pointed to the board. That. motion
ter of Intent to put the service in the $1938.52 as'uncollectible utility passed by a 4-0 vote. Silcox abstained
Starke area. That letter was received bills. from voting because he Is related lo
Roberts.
Schaefer then recommended
Wallace Wise as a board member to
a 1 Law Prohibits Recount replace Don Wainwright who moved

FLH from Starke. Wise was approved by a

>), In Close Waters Hart Race 5-0 Both vote appointments of the board. were for three

year terms.
\ Prohibited by law from a recount, loser by 24 votes Wilbur Waters and No recommendation was made by
llfa'his wife, Kay, are not completely satisfied because human error may the board regarding the 'vacancy INI
have cost hint the Group county commission run-off race with Homer the bond true ,
,f*. tees, ..*t-.. '
Slart
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s r r l r1 t Waters asked for a recount because of the human error factor. The i 2A1
count has Waters losing by 24 votes with 2,001 votes to 2,025 for Hart. (See City..., See Page
The Canvassing Board of Bradford County, chaired by County Judge
Elzie Sanders, told Waters last Wednesday night Oct. 15, that a recount is
prohibited by Florida law unless the margin of defeat Is less than onehalfof l
one percent. Had the margin been less than one-half of one percent, a GrierJ
recount would be mandatory the way interprets the Florida law, said The-xvwn
.
Judge Sanders.
One-half of one percent of the total Group 5 race of 4,026 votes would be '
20.13 votes. Waters was behind by 24 votes, four too many. F'J
Another way to pursue a recount is through the Circuit Court, but &
Trick or Treat... .. Florida law says the candidate asking a recount must show there has
been foul play of some kind, such as dead people being voted, or ballots
It's not too much of a trick lo entice kids and their moms plenty of help to tear them down Sunday, said BE Principal placed In the wrong pile. A circuit judge could order a recount In certain J'8\
out on Halloween.The l Buddy Paterson. precincts, and would not necessarily call fora recount in a precinct whereno ,'
Christie Starling 3, at left. Is Just tall enough to see over. complaint was lodged. -- J
Brooker Carnival was" a huge success Saturday Into the booth. Kay and Wilbur do not feel there has been foul play, Mrs. Waters stated
night, as usual. Richard Jockel was Count Dracula. Tam Ladles from Liwtey prepare 500 candled apples for the Tuesday night. .
my Ellis awaits a prize at the Brooker duck pond aa LE carnival. Not a one was left over. The ladles are (l-r), Twelve errors In Waters favor would have tied the race, Mrs. Waters
Steven Orawdy a balloon tied to one wrist, reaches for a Mrs. Edith Griffin, Mrs. Diane Gsult. Mrs. Sylvia Talum, pointed out. Or, if the mistakes would be in Hart's favor, the winner might
duck. Mrs. Gina Price, and Mrs. Judy Miscally. have)a larger margin of victory.
There is another round of Halloween carnivals this It seems like election officials would want to recount to see how the
There was a good crowd on hand to build the booths and week..See below system Is working to see if the vote Is accurate Mrs. Waters said.
Extent of the canvassing Board's discretion under the law Is to I9..11lU3LAKE
, $ AY'-L-Q
--, _. -- retabulate; that Is, re-add the vote totals reported by each precinct.
"There is no way I, as chairman, would recommend starting this pro BUTLER AT
I Ghostly HappeningsHampton cedure that doesn't meet the criteria (of the law)." Judge Sanders said at KEYSTONE
the recount petition !hearing.: The statute activates the recount, not the Football Gam.fB.lR.AL..9ll.O.1 .

Carnival board, he said.Supervisor .
of Elections Neva Flynn, also a canvassing board member, ..H
Saturday, October 25, Is Spooky got the same opinion from attorneys in the Tallahassee elections office. FOOTBALL GAME
Night at Hampton Elementary Elections officials here are trying to follow the law. BHS vs NORTH MARION
School! The evening will begin at 5:30: The law la scarce comfort to the Waters, however. They just want a re- NORTH MARION Stadium
with Costume Judging. count because of the human erro*. They're even willing to pay for a re- 8:00 P.M.HALLOWEEN .

Then the Pony and Hay Rides will count. ....-- .
begin along with Cake and Animal t "1 Just feel deep down it would be a relief to know we really lost by 24 SALtLR-4AY4SI4g.32s!
Walks. Hot Dogs, Homemade Ice votes," says Mrs. Waters. CARNIVALS
Cream, Drinks and Desserts will be Mrs. Waters points out she filed the recount petition because her hus- HAMPTON- P.M.
available.The I Southside Carnival band was in Jacksonville the day the petition had to be filed. SOUTHSIDE ELEM.5:00 P.M..
Country Store will feature Judge Sanders says the county may have been remiss In the past in not STARKE ELEM.5:00: P.M.
handmade items.' All are invited to J.R.. '"Jim" Lawson, this year's having candidate losing by a narrow margin to sign statement that he ,.. -
participate In the Auction and free, Carnival Chairman, says, "Don't does not desire a recount. The law states that should be done, Judge -.W N DAY OCT08 RJ&.r.r
prizes.Giveaway. miss this one)I" It's going to.be.the' Sanders says. FALL .EHrNDI
Items will be a f 100 Shop-- biggest ;'Halloween Carnival When former county commissioner George Roberts lost by 13 votes a YOUR CLOCKS BACK
ping Spree and a Coleman Cooler. Southside's ever had. few years ago, he did not request a recount. Probably, Roberts could have SET A.M.
HOUR AT 2:00
The Hay Ride will lead ,to the t I truly believe with all the effort gotten a recount had he requested it. To have the county completely In the ONE
Haunted Path an exciting experience that has been made by so many, this clear. Judge Sanders says, Roberts should have been asked to sign a -- I OCTOBESlT.
being sponsored r carnival will have everything you're !statement, he did not want a recount. MONDAY !
Club. You All !Iaw' looking for In a carnival. This year, Bradford Co. Hospital
for the first time have 80uIlMe..inll-:30 P.M.
we completely
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rearranged the layout of the carnival '
,. f grounds. It will be in the.shape of a ;Boy StnhleAfte Being un'Over- Starke City Council'
huge triangle and at the top of the 7:00 P.M.
IfStarke
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Count triangle will be our star attractionThe Young Batten. Vti, was slopped here on the way back to Jax
( Haunted House) and It's the reported In stab condition Wednesday to pick up young Batten. Bradford Co. Comm.
scariest, nerve-racking, most mind- morning, Oct. 22, In Baptist No charges were filed In the acci- Budget. Hearing
jangling haunted house you ever saw., Hospital In Jacksonville after beingrun dent by the Investigating officer, FHP 1:00: P.M.
Mr. and Mrs.Charles Gunner are in Trooper K.G. Etheridge. -----
over by a car Sunday Oct. 19, on -
complete control of the Haunted SR-100 south of Starke. Thompson, driver of the car which 'Ul .OAY.OCT08EIUI
House and promise you a super scary Jeremy rode his toy tractor onto struck the child turned around and STARKE CITY ZONING BO.
visit with them: Down both sides and SR-100 at dusk Sunday and was struck returned lo the scene. Meanwhile two Regular Meeting-/:10 p.m.
along the bottom of the triancfd are 25 by a 1979 AMC sedan driven by Joe M. other cars ran over Jeremy, straddling ., :
different booths each one offering fun Thompson, 11, of Melrose, travelling the injured child without hitting Bradford County Zoning
and games. This year the prizes have south toward Keystone Heights. The him, witnesses reported. One driver Board Meeting. f:JO, .MI,
been upgraded so your little ones will accident occurred 1.4 miles south of thought the Injured child lying In the ,
The Starke have something nice to bring home. Starke where SR-100 Intersects Pond road was a dog. All the cars stopped. 'THURSDAY.OCTOBL&JO

ween Carnival. Carnival.'I The Country Store will offer alLkinds'of !: Road,. Just a short distance from SINOLESAOAINHALLOWEEN
Oct. 25, from J '
homemade items
from canned
where Jeremy lives with his parents, COSTUME PARTY
County Fair G ,
goods to fresh hot chicken and rice. Larry and Sue Batten. 'Slarlle Golf and
The carnival ,Also something; new, will be the Surgery will not be necessary a Inside... Country Club
"Dunking Booth .,
"fresh hot donuts' cooked out in the Baptist spokesman told the .
Hospital ..OO..M.
Cake .
Bingo,
open and hamburgers hot dogs and TeUcrapnwednesday morning.
Pony Rides and popcorn for you to enjoy] The raffle Jeremy hat a skull fracture, a broken Three Section ,
activities. this year-la GREAT.Lawrence Griff SECTION At .
88lbl.internal "
Tickets are on ) is In charge of this and the 4th and 5th leg lacerations, plus p stable News.......-..... _,.Pass 'A. A .." '.
.Injuries. He Is listed in condition .
week and will grades are selling tickets for a SO* In the Pediatrics Intensive Care Editorial. ... .. ...n, Page- sASocl.ty. I JACKSON
carnival. : ....'.,..... .v.Paas A-SA
; .;. ,donation. The raffle items art a Sporty Unit at Baptist Hospital. :' IUILDINGSUmy
Raffle tickets Dirt Bike, and a set of World Book Young Batten rushed to Brad- ,Legal' Real Bst. Page Aa10A
was
for Sl.OOeach and ahead Encyclopedias. Don't" forget to get Correspondence, .Page 'I.'....15A INC. Of Stark
community ''by > Eastern your tickets on the raffle and you can font where County her Hospital was treated emergencyroom Initially.The ..C..Budget*.. .. .. ..121aa 12A InSMrtw,
t graders. Prizes of : effect, also buy advanced carnival tickets at Uf from SECTION SsBrlefa.s Hwy:401S- *4-M7l
to the lucky '; Southside's main office Friday Oct. tist Flight helicopter Batten Bap- .*,.. ....>....-..7. to IC.,._.Heights
Hamburgers ;, you can .24. S for 11.00 or 29* each at carnival. and Hospital flew him picked to the young Jan hospital.up A' Cla..lflld..1..v!! >,.* ?falls' ..*,. Hwy1OS1A47.471t '
cokes, coffee and ol timer Carnival time la saturday Oct. 25 ''hospital spokesman said the Obituaries..Page. Its *take Suite
be on sale during Sun at 9:00: P.M. Come on out and really SECTION Cl 14.'.W.art A....
at Take the Halloween time out hour to .have Halloween some fun.Carnival.See you at Southside's helicopter pick up a was badly on burned a run to patient Lake Cityto and Shorts.-\ .. . ... .. ..'C-4C 4-M7*





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Phones are Inadequate in the public. You're net UM only ones with -a ; tad a total budget at $ 4S.000.
defender' office In the Ma courthouse problem.'* Cbafimanm Sbuford-tokt' Gib County Clerk Gib Brown)

say those. who out ladle old Parlapiano. "It get cut"off;, 'In :': said to work on 2,000 this year. It
Ali ,r .ro building owned by the Bradford County --i it,,.,Lawtey too." : 'fist WOII't-work." Mrs. Riherd SIR id.
s Board of Historical Trustee S/M/ pointed oti i the dental clinic is
The complaints roan from a took,'::.;;;Nevi{ Agreement 'I tin. onenitian_DentisU are beginning
at training of employees ia the, .vUith Planning Council ta iMtk the teeth of students in
public defender's office says Zoning grade K-a: who alit!Indigent
Director......Game who i.the 11'0II- ', "Tb j board agreed to and signed a -"run' working with Miss Joyce
ble shooter on operation of UM county- ....' intergovernmental agreementwit oer Ute years,I believe she Medsltif
t owned phone equipment. *the North Florida Regional Planning she.. she,does, She's always been
Hearing the statements it,its Council which gives the state a ionieivatlve." Chairman Dave
fI Oct. ( meeting.! the Bradford County voice tar dicisioo-miskiag. Ibe. Shuford said< The vote was 5-0 to give
Commission directed Gaines to ask a regional $15,000 Ito. jibe Health Depart-
more
representative of First Communications Charles KIM Chool Justice,director ment. J. '
from which Ute phone eojuip* of tile North Florida Regional "If everybod'*r was as caring as she
at meet! with a central switchboard in. Planning Council,explained that Gov. b..'* Commissioner Hazel Paulk told
thenewcourthouse.was purchased;to I Bob Graham was about t come: out to the board ai Mrs.Paulk left the room.
'look into the problem. abolish regional planning councils: !

1 I .{ Citing "real problems' which impair unless the slate was given a role Indecisionmaking. Thomas Tract
r the efficiency of his office.. Public New1et Governor effective OkayedThe
Defender Alan Parlapiano said the Oct. I call forth* to PUD Zoning
phones in his offices go dead at times, appoint in of the board members IW-aere tract on SB-1OJ just
Local Delegates in Miami the volume is so low at times callers from within Ibedislrict. That will still west of Starke and adjacent to Crosby
Bradford EdacaliM Association delegate attending. can't be 'beard and calls for other mean the governor will appoint public Lake Cemetery was approved for a
I Mate FEA convention hi Miami Beach were l-rl: l. Ptwmiger.. Back raw: George Loper. vice-presidm I; courthouse offices go to bill office.Parlapiano fflriala. Justice said; therefore not PUD (Planned Unit Development
treat: Julie. Miller, BEA president; Hilda 0.". Dave Powell.Carolyn Caeova. Jeaaae Leper. secretary and Pete pointed out phones save much change expected in the makeup from an H1A classification and the
money in his office because. much of of regional boards. county commission readily secondedthe
the time information can be ascertained The new agreement also clarifies toning board's decision.
over the phone quicker and the amendment process, making It Development Is scheduled over the
I BEA to FEA conventionThe less expensively than a personal visit more complicated. It also leaves next 10 years development which
Delegates by a public defender. district assets in the district if the fronts Crosby Lake on one side and
Games! said the complaint by the council should go out of existence SR-100 on the other. Named
Bradford Education Association their elections. Political involvementis The delegates who were elected and public defender's office: were the Justice said. 'Lakewood,' the development will
( BEA) sent seven elected a goal of BEA this year and this attended were: Julie Miller. George same he's heard from other courthouse hold 237 units which average 1.372
delegates to Miami Beach to attend award, one of only five given was Loper. Jeanpe Loper Hilda Dey. offices. He suggests training $15.000 More acres each, according to Gainesville
the annual Florida Education, particularly encouraging: to the Carolyn Canova David Pfemiiger. ., correct the problems.Parlapiano Given Health Dept."I representative Richard A. Tarbox
Association (FEA) Convention at the members of BEA. and Pete Powell. suggested a key systembe who showed the board various map
Konover Hotel from Thursday. installed. Some way needed for need some money" County depicting the soil make up of the
Saturday. Oct.16-1& the receptionist to tell if a public Health Nursing Supervisor Joyce 'various areas within the tract.
The delegates participated in defender is on the phone,and when be Riherd bluntly told the county commissioners Mrs. Paulk called Lakewood "oneof
seminars and general assemblies hangs up. There is no way at present saying there was no use the best developments presented to
where the policies and guidelines for to tell if a certain office is busy, or no to beat around the bush.It the county In years.-"
the state organization were decided. way to bins a busy phone to let it be has been eight yean since Mrs.
One of the more important programs known that another call is waiting, Riherd approached the board for ad-
established for the year involved the the public defender's office stated. ditional funds. But. she said the First Aid/CPR Course
legislative action that FEA/United -It..not ideal but you know the cost Health Department is seeing twice as
will, pursue this year. The Bradford of it," Chairman Dave Shuford said. many people. It is more difficult Opens Monday NightThe
Education Association plans to be an Parlapiano's appearance: also gave nowadays to see a doctor and costs Community Education Program
active part m the legislative action the commission opportunity gig the more Mrs. Riherd noted. of the Bradford school, system
through the lobbyist BEA will send to public defender about his phone bilL "You can just tell we're doing more will offer. a First AidCPRCatdio(
Tallahassee to work with "We're glad you're here," said from the cars you see parked down Pulmonary Resusilaliunl class at the
FEA/United during the legislative Commissioner MaXIe Carter. "We've there." Mrs. Riherd said. Bradford-Union Area Vocatiimal-
session. always thought your phone bill was The Health Department primarily Technical Center starling Monday.
The convention delegates were addressed Just outa sight. We want you to have treats patients 21 and younger and Oct. 27.The .
by several outstanding per 1Iy' good service but.." maternity cases, she sakL Plans are class will meet each Monday
sonalities in local and national No problem with thai Parlapianosaid. in the making begin charging a and Wednesday night from 7-10 p.m.
government. Liz Carpenter, undersecretary .. l "I'm always for. economy ingovernment. nominal fee for services, according: to for three weeks. A $2 registration. fee
of the U.S. Department of ." Parlapiano explained the ability of patients to pay. Mrs. is being charged. Registration, can be
Education; Bill Gunter, Florida insurance however it is cheaper: to use the Riherd noted. on the first night, of class.
commissioner; Jim Smith phone to confirm information with a How much a commissioner asked? For more Information. phone David
Florida attorney general; AI 1 couple of phone calls than to call $15.000 said Mrs. Riherd. Smith at 964-6150 or visit the vo-lech
Shanker. president of the American witnesses in for a deposition which requires The Health Department received center at Orange and Bruwnlee
Federation of Teachers, and Ralph attorneys and a court reporter. $47.000 last year from the county,and Streets in Starke.'
Turlington commissioner of the .
Florida Department of Education
were some of the speakers at the con
vention.
The BEA was presented a
legislative award by Pat Tornillo,
president of FEA. for its endeavors in Legislative AwardBEA
the political arena. For the first lime,
the BEA endorsed candidates in a President Julie Miller receives a legislative award from FEA/Vniled
local political race all of whom won President Pal Toraillo for its political intattemral. awl ronlrilMtMM.



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S/D OrdinanceTo Harold Epps as the City of Starke'srepresentative gets over everything.
of the board. Street chairman Commissioner
Be Presented Jimmy Crosby.. Jr. told Mrs. Hardee
Dirt Road that the board is in the process tif setting -
Schaefer
announced to the board Dusty
that City Attorney George Pierce up a priority work schedule.
Resident Says "We need to find out what the needs EDreamMaker"WHATEVER
would present an ordinance to the
board nn subdivision regulations at Ethel Hardee appeared before the are and"we need to set up a priority
the next regular meeting of the board. board to complain about the condition system. Crosby says."We also needto
take a serious look at our town-set
of
Davis Street a dirt road west of "
CS-301: north of the Holiday Inn. up a pnonly system and stick by it. ,
Tillage Set She told the board that there was "We possibly. might hold a hearing
No Tax HikeThe dust on the road and when a car on the streets. Crosby'> says. if- ;(I

approved millage of 3 059 that ".
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will generate $147.211 in ad valorem YESTERDAY WAS UKC.WE'LL ( ,
taxes to the city's coffers was approved
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by the board when GET YOU READY FOR TODAY.f&frtf 1
no one showed '
up to complain about the figure. Last Lawtey Plans to Apjilyy\ 1 .I" "
year Starke denved $141.428 from ad : III1' ,
valorem taxes. I ,
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No discussion was made about the y t "
budget! and a special *. ,- .. I ,'
meeting is set For :
Hud Grant .1: .
for 7 p m. Monday. Oct. 27. to discussthe *. ', !'... 'nI

budget! further.Preliminary ,'"
figures indicate the '. w r I '1It, i '.
total annual budget will be City of Lawtey will begin steps immediately Streets Jones Lane Brown Lane arid-
$3.884.81976. an increase from the to file a preapplication requesting Lee Lane.Should Lawtey receive this-
budget! ..f last year of $3.825.031.03. a 100% HUD grant of up to grant it would enable the town to *
Income by departments including $500.000 for paving streets and im- spend whatever money ft allocatedln .' ** frAWrj ar i \ I, "
federal revenue has been proving drainage. st ,
sharing ten the regular budgerfer road repair! -Imp 'Ib Is
tatively set $4.118.627.. Eligible only for use in the low income and improvements on remaining llySII'eetS i areas incomes ranging from not covered by this grant.In .
City Officials $6.750 to $10.aoo. a Community other action, the Council ; IL''
At ConventionMayor Development. Block Grant is -Set a Lawtey lax rate of 2.4! 'lis g fjjIlClllSrvt II
available through the Department of
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and adopted 1980-81 OOI
a budget after lbe .
Schaefer. Commissioner Housing and Urban -
Development -
Vermin Silcox. Attorney Pierce, and (HUD). final public hearing required .uodeiu : a..onrsuorr.rowe
the TRIM bill was held Tuesday ri Jw
Clerk Edwards left Starke Wednes- Two public, hearings Mare held on night. Oct. 22. No -.......
one appeared to
day afternoon Oct. 22. to attend the the proposed grant. the first Oct. 10 --.
question the budget or muJ.agerale.-
League of Municipalities Annual Convention and the second Oct. 21. Nobody -
spoke etl her The .
which will be held at Bal Har hearing. 2.424 mills is not a
against the proposal and the grant lax increase.
bour in South Florida. The conventKICI applications
procedure is officially
lasts through Saturday, Oct. 25. under way. -Raised the amount of water

The target area .will. encompass deposit for new commercial users ..
about 113 residences on the East side from $2O to$50. This will keep the City ... a p
New AgreementSigned of Lawtey. with the streets involved from losing money when closing i
being Southeast 2nd. 3rd, 4th and Slh businesses leave owing 2 or 3 month's .
WithPlanning water bills.

Council

Charles F Justice appeared and St Edwards Church Halt 4-
asked the board to approve a new ,

ty mler-local'of Starke agreement and the between North Central the Ci- BINGOEvery f.'Jj:: :;: '

Florida Regional ,
Planning Coon
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Justice explained that a new Saturday 7:30 .'rr-t \
method of selecting the board 411 N Temote Ave Starke Fla I
members of ,the 12 cities and
counties, has been nine iuxua.ouaoMeouRM .......soon Pon -.-- rillOUNOITIOM
set up that are involved .. o.ee/C
ounno Cover cute as.osaea so.ota ow r ma0foo. spa TO) Tir
in the vii.uve.IYratr
programs. a1/e.oav.
of mew comfort. MAMCIO aita.svarHSi
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Gov. Bob Graham now has the "
authority to appoint a 'third of (be Keep FRANK WILLIAMS Working For You
SO-member board according to
Justice. He explained a number of -
Frank Williams Voted Against
problems on regional planning have ..

the taken Governor place in wanted South Florida to take and over that ap- Gun Control Legislation And Led '. FINANCING AVAILABLE '* ''< ,. i


state.pointing There the are entire now boards 11 regional around plan the The Floor Fight To Kin Gun lies a fin m II mimi win IIi su All : .J

ning councils around the slate. ,
Prior to the new inter local agreement Control Legislation. i

municipalities' and county cam- : ;
missions appointed Ibe board d Frank Williams Has Voted .
members to the planning council. ;
They will still appoint some of Jbe Consistently Against Increased '

members.The board adopted the resolution f Taxes. DENMARK FURNITURE ;

approving the new inter local Frank Willem
ment. agree House of Representatives 434 w, Col Sl Seta..'., Fla1b1362x1 \

Mayor-Commissioner Charley Est__ .. .n 8G4-la7 ; :
Schaefer would: advised Justice that Milner P* Poll Aft ft rat or Front w-ti..e District 25 Democrat S I
replace former commea er ..
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$99.52 water bill showing use of said McCullough: Her previous ministration:The loan is to be repaid .
243,494 gallons of water wad reading. according to a bill she chow- over a 40-year period at five percent ?
presented to the Hampton city com ed a Telegraph reporter was 97080. Interest! '"
mission Tuesday night, Oct. 14, by The bill showed she consumed 151,314 Clerk Gordon Wadsworth told the ZTelegraph
Mabel McCullough '\I I I ,gallons of water.Councilman that
council!
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"I am not to than approved
going pay more Chuck Rowland movedto
eM the $7.minimum," McCullough (old following procedure water system:
1 S'wt' the council limit water bills to $20.( that bills If the beplcinber bill the first sent
over that be reduced to $2U. After
a out art 'I lie
Several vi new wat 01 system was in
other residents also
lengthy discussion when there
appeared optimum is not paid plus $10 paid
presented excessively high water ( "I')
some opposition to that figure
due bill
bvthvsecondSalui-
any past I
bills.
Another resident billed
was $18.
Rowland
amended the
motion to adjust
day In November iMiiv. 8)). a luck will
u 'r The city council after lengthy any bill over $::10 down to $30. The be placl'd'on a customers water
rw discussion agreed to limit water billsto
council unanimously approved I he$JO
$30 month meter per
top figure. I,
Jerome Kelley of Sverdrug & A $258,400 improvement project to
vk.r
Collections .
Parcels, for the installed meei > slow
engineer newly the Hampton Water Works was com Wadswoitli

water system, suggested that pleted In August of this year. "..and vie nays've gill u slew; of them;' "
customers with
excessive bills
pay The water works
was purchased by
says Die. clvikuf past' due.wulei' bill,
the minimum until the problems are the city from Arthur Bruno. The I town Sonic
customers
luixen in
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y J.I straightened out."There's then got a $41.300 loan and $167.300<> and "a bunilt :
'elll's. Is 5H munllix
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34-year-old Jacksonville man was cigarette lighter with the initials CMT Sawyer Gas Company for his brut her ,
sentenced to die in Florida's electric and traced it to Thornton and his wife Records show Mrs. i not'moll win a .
chair for the murder of Albert Sawyer after they sent Investigators to a Pen former employee of Saw'\PI'S, who .
in his South Ponte Vedra Beach home nsylvania factory of the firm that had been fired from hot job :'; I
Buenas Dias (or How About a Taco? ) with the sentence being handed down made the type lighter that was found '. ... ,

Students at Bradford High School had Ihe opportunity to try a Spanish| meal Monday, Oct 20, at the courthouse In at I the Sawyer home. A;"'
with a background of Spanish mimic during/ lunch al the IIIIS cafeteria last St Augustine Thornton and his wife, Kathleen
n Wednesday. P Governor Hob rahanrn Florida. Spanish Week f The workers In the cafeteria thought of ChI Idea and brought II In tln fills Thornton to die for the death of and charged with first' degree murder

g E Spanish tlub who agreed decorate the cafeteria SpunKh shy I I. for I flat- week Sawyer a brother of Sawyer-Slade in the case .....
and provide the inutile. The menu Included ...c.... mexiiul corn t>|iuiiii>li eke, and Co-Owner Charles Sawyer. About a week after Thoi'nton walt
pineapple lldblU and niun.t students tried Hip foreign plat, though oilier less Watson carried out the recommen- found guilty, Mrs Thornton changed ,
r brave souls went with, the plus and french fries. dations of the 7.man, 3.woman jury her plea to guilty and Is being held --.
Enjoying the cants In the picture above are Spanish lloiiin hmlelv members last month to put Thornton to death without bond in the St. Johns County .
(from left to right Lisa Gilbert. Breads Dormine.v. and \ UkJlitilon., for the murder. Jail in SI Augustine await ing sentencing
Al left In a pi nabs, part "r the cafeteria decor lust. week. Records show Sawyer was shot in in the case
the back four limes by intruder on AI the time of his death' Sawyer .
the evening of last Jan. 21 at the South ,, was the owner of Sawyer An Conditioning An alternate energy system \
under development Includesa
1 Ponte Vedra Beach home in northern '\ and Heating Company in
SI Johns County Jacksonville. He also was manager uf heating unit powered :
primarily by the ..
created
Law enforcement personnel found a the Jacksonville Beach brunch of energy '
when water freezes.

I Community News LEGALNOTICE j''

OF'INTENTION'
bj Elizabeth G. Walker Ing service 4 pm. All) members are
Phone MM-HAIU asked to attend. TO REGISTER Start Christmas
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist FICTITIOUS your
Card of Thanks Church' Sunday School 9:30. NAME ;
Our sincere appreciation'' to our Men's Day will observed beginning
many friends for their deeds of kind- with Sunday School. At 11 a,m. True Pursuant to Section
ness during our bereavement over the Vine Freewill Baptist will conduct 865.09, Florida Statutes. Club :.:
God services. Dinner will be notice 'It hereby given.
loss of our loved one. Bless You served at
all. .. 1:30.: At 3 p.m. a visiting. congregationwill CECELIA that the TEKWILLEGAR undersigned

James H. Dean, Sr,and. .family. ; conduct service. ANQ' ALBERt''
Mr "" Monday 6:30 the Tiny Tots will
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Dell (Chapter 1IW OES Feast of the rehearse. At 7 p,m. the Senior Choir 1234.: Stark. PI 32091 today. ;
Five Tables will be sponsored by Dell will rehearse Tuesday Prayer Joint owners. doing
Chapter Saturday, OcL< 23, In the Meeting 7 p.m. Wed. Blye and McKay business' at BRADFORD
cafeteria of RJE school.""he Masonic Circles will meet in the Fellowship VILLAS B..nf Rd,
family and friends are invited.Time 8 Hall. Lee's Circle will meet at Mam- Stark4} Fl 32091.Intend ,
p.m. Donation $5. .mie McCutchen. to aid fictitious' '
let-*+ The Brad- Anlloch.till.onary! Baptist no.register r the >provi.alone '> :. i .COMMUNITYi
ford Cnun4i'ChriLTian Missionary and {Church Each Thursday at 7 -- of aforesaid
p.m. ,
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Lllerar.Mj.Suuie.ty will have a Prayer Meeting. Saturday at 6:30: ., /"' ... ? L I I. .> 1j (* i 1. *
ThanksgiMm :%frvice Wednesday Junior Choir rehearses Sunday ...J'fJii'I.JII ot.d Iris' 7lh; day ol STATE
before,1'huMf Sgtving Day, Nov. 26, al School 9:45.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. .r. X.D. 1980 In 1 -
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 8 pm At 3 p,m. the choir will sing in the Bradford County." 10 9.
The public Is invited to attend. Choir Union at Putnam Hall. tchg 10,30. 4 BANK :
t'enietarj U..anlp: and Decorationfor Free Canaan True Church of Unity -
Veteran Commander Julus :d The General Assembly started in

Royal plans In clean up and decorate Lake City Wednesday, Oct 22-26 at .
all veterans graves in the cemeteries- Free Canaan True Church of Unity rB11a l "
Odd Fellow Pleasant Grove Area The pastor and members will attend. Y. IMrle.el ty And Santa's famous gret'huc will certainly :
Cemeteries, Lee and Dell Arrange- Regular services will be held next' be for you "M! 'rrj' Christmas
ment is Ljjjwtaift! made to secure Sunday. to all!" If you just start '>'fiur Christmas
miniature'.! Ibgrr Nov 11 The help Church of God In 'hrlsld Sunday 'Twas Club today Merry Christmas right Ii
ofallPoslT- School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11:30 the ,-
now
'deeded.Church i with with the pastor in charge. YPWW 5:30 Put ;your house on night Put aside the few ,dollars. a week.' You -
,\ "' Sister Jimmie Thomas in
:few HI It h' ;Fbe sill I .t charge. E e IJ/VIonvice7:30wlll1the/ my; low-energy before have decided how few, And week by

monthly q. OfMees, I MW: ,, Wsl t IfCgvprge: Tuesday\ 7 p.m Bible diet! 1 week, just watch your Christmas Clubgrow .
Deacons WI l I ( BalftprFrldV 7:30: Pastoral up. In less than n >" 111'. jour
Saturday It t 2 p.m. All officers Teaching. Gordon's6th Christmas Club check will be in \our'
are asked esent. Sunday services Church of God of Prophecy': Sunday Year of Service mail! right on schedule like SantahmiseIC
will |h Sunday School 10 School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 k. 47J-4777 0 !!
am. Mill' rship 11 a.m. All a.m. Evening Worship 730. Why put it off any longer Sun jour
members fed to attend the First Born Church of the Living Christmas Club now. /litall ready' for
't'llowshi chop that will beheld ted: Tuesday 7:30: Bible Study. Fri- THE BRADFORD Happy Holiday before. the night
at 3 p iw Bethel. This will day Tarrying Service. Sunday School COUNTY TELEGRAPH I before Christ !
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terminate 1 for the day. 10 a,m. Morning Worship 11:30 a.m. Published every Thursday ,
The .ic Jiple of Gad: The Evening Worship 7:30Freefiealth'Tests: at 138 W. Call Street
members welcome you to v Starke, Florida 32091
attend th hip service each,. '
SLtlurday' tn. This week Mr:.. Second Class postage paid at :Community State Bank .. .
Robert Au. | will speak on Hfe oj'. Offered Oct.. 23 Slarke. Florida I 1(: '; 'S; .
subject, the UpperlriaslThing ... ,; .__ ,
,tell Ijid'" r.__ < By"S.D..Church jfc 4 Subscription Rates i FDIG :
Our Bit I.' topic far neJtki The Slarke Stve/ltiT.Day Adventist! jliylrade' area: 19.00) per year "o oTa Of Starke .
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Wednesda i 1.*will* be "JVhQ.t'isI Church will Jgii! f/lVe-sceenluj/ : ., .M r $3.00) six months q J3 I lire., I, '
I the KmJod" _.S I? KobctltkiAun*" '
: ls'for hypertemiun. jlemoglibm ,
.. Bradford Square Starke Fla. 32091 :
pastor, Jol It i IWM I assistant pa4orM | ',glaucoma, a'nd "diabetes! 1q t OutsMe trade area 119.00) per year
Ji.hjjJ WJv liMiurV, ,, HiH' >liHtt 'flhursday.Ocl.'Zlkfroin; ( lu u nil) tip / _;, v3:: A\.I; $5.50 six months .
Church t SiuK&V-l\ School ll'10'a.m.\ Wfnii ;. ;t
.m. In front of Dixie in I3i atfoidSquuie :"
Church Serflcilta,m. andlp.m.nd AAV' "" rl': .. .:
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and 4lh Sundays; These It'slate'avllll! : \ :' l fit all Kin\; :::, : :: : It...., .
welcome. Choir 'rehearses p.in. wish participate,' says Itdlx-il > ./
Wednesday "Key. Willie. Huffman, Fuller. nisi.f Ih(',; larke SDAHiChuicli. :"
pastor P.O aux 414.: SI ill'ke. rU:; %
Greater. ,\llendiupel A3IE:('hurduSunday ,3JO r 01 phone 733-17 :1. if L ; :
School 10 a,in. Al 11 a m Ihe There ate some inHliuitliiim' "WI'nt'l'd Jfn A
organ will be dedicated All membersare be followed. iw\, '\IJ"I' good man

asked lo cooperate. with this'activity 1 wains: .
1 Glaucoma patients cannot be
All members ate asked t to attend ,tested file gluucnnia q 1
Ihe Fellowship of Churches 3 p.m. al, Known diabetics cannot 1 be tested 'V.'l' l uII1
New Bethel Baptist Church. fllrdlllbl'lt'H. I (j Q j' a "
Pleasant. t.iotett'nllr (''hurt' li: Sunday School' only I ho following must be done, A> Kill; U
A Halloween Carnival will ue heldin high curbolndiule incul't.e. cereal .: (.: I
I the annex of. the church Oct.31 al| 8 with sugar bread nlUl'jam nr J>H)., 4i J+it R /1'

pm. The public Is Invited. .Tli. .,rewiU. ,, doughnut! or" paster' Bl Put b .,...
be fun for all aged. NOTHING in you, "mouth I except' good.
:Ml. Xiiin XMK: Church' Sunday water) after eating until tilt: test IM : .JO ... :k':
School. will begin the service at 10 done: C) Wail at least one h"ui' but :
a.m. Morning. service Ham, Even- not over thiee before gelling l the test ,
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Score another victory for com- Smith Is now classified as a Waybills on all freight from Smith'sarea
puters! "customer service agent" Instead of will be made out by computers In
a "local freight agent" and will Baldwin from information fed by
On Wednesday Oct. 22, Starke was operate from a mobile office in a con- Smith. He will also issue train orders d W w
without a railroad agent for the first verted van from which he will handle arranging for fret cars to be pick-
time In 122 years. It still has the freight shipments from 17 points now ed up when other details.
building (depot they used to call it) placed under Baldwin Mobile AgencyNo. SCL discontinued less than carload
but the only thing left inside today Is a 2. Included in Smith's territoryare shipments of freight some IS years
typewriter and a radio. Starke Lawtey Hampton ago and passenger service about 10
Brooker. Waldo Hawthorne and years ago. Among the big freight
X.M. Smith agent here since 1951 several smaller wayside stops. customers in the,Starke area are Du- 4 Y '
was placed on wheels Wednesday Pont Hercules. Owen Joist Con-
under the Seaboard-Coast Line's Smith's mobile office is equippedwith tainer Corporation and Florida
"mobile concept" which has finally radio for communication with Hydrocarbons at Brooker -
reached Starke five years after its the base station at Baldwin the SCL The old Slarke"depot"as II looked In the early years of this centary.The two horse-drawn""hacks with the fringe on
launching by the company In 1ST). yard and with the tram crews. The first railroad station In Starke top. In left background,. provided transportation for passengers from the station to the old Commercial Hotel In
downtown Starke.Crosstles for laying track are piled In the foreground and the barrels seen at extreme right are filled
with pine gum awaiting shipment.

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"ED""I"iI?" \ I 'L'S' and Madison Streets near the present

;' ', i" ; i. ".' ,) ,:., location of Vaughan Johnson Panel-
". Ing Center (old Coca-Cola plant The
'" growth of the settlement that Is now
Starke was spurred by the construction ter ,
of the Atlantic to the Gulf r
(Fernandlna to Cedar Key) line built

Passage of One Cent Gas Tax by the the late Florida 1830s. Railroad Construction Company reachedthe in

vicinity of Starke In 1858 and for
about a year the settlement along the
tracks here was the terminus of the
Necessary for Better RoadsBradford line and stages (horse-drawn W
vehicles) carried passengers from
here to points further south.
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County voters county roads, or even for the of Transportation The ill-fated line reached its ter-
Department
minus in Cedar Key In March
almost got the job done last adequate maintenance of turned five roads backto just after the start of the Civil War.1861.

March when they came within those we already have is very the county to maintain, The hard times of that era soon

630 votes of approving a slim unless the county finds after putting them in first- resulted in bankruptcy for the new

special one-cent per gallon some additional source of class shape. The cost of this railroad and it changed ownership
four times before
gas tax for the purpose of new revenue.At work,$307,000, came out of the (the Seaboard Air Line being in acquired 1902. by

construction and the mainte- the present time the county's secondary road fund,

nance of existing roads in county is faced with maintain- however, wiping it out again.In The "depot" was moved about this
Bradford The at time to Its location between 2 1
County. score ing some 425 miles of road 1977 it also became ob- present
that time 1162 for the Washington Street and Brownlee
was proposal about 300 miles of which is
vious that steps must be takento Road (Highway 16) and remained in
and 1792 against. graded, and 120 to 125 miles of keep the county's existing the same small frame building for

What would the additionaltax paved secondary road that the secondary paved roads from more than 60 years before yielding to

cost the motorist? About state has turned over to the further deterioration. The re- a new and larger station in 1965. X.M. Smith, who became part of SCL's "mobile concept". Wednesday, stands
counties for maintenance In front of the Starke station which was closed effective October 22.IfiT.
twenty cents each time he or over quired $700,000 to do this work For the first three or four decadesof .!
she bought a tank of gasoline. the past two or three years. was borrowed against future. this century the station's

Well 20t is 20t you might say This mileage will be increasedby secondary funds and is being "platform" was the scene of bustling

and every- cent counts in another sizeable amount repaid at the rate of $100,000per activity during strawberry season
when carloads of the luscious berries
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this time of inflation. But after when Highway 18 from Hamp- year plus interest. for which Bradford County\ famous County Agents By "
all, what will tot< buy these ton to Theressa is retopped by rolled from Starke daily. Gradually
days? a of chewing the state at some future date Secondary road funds, this activity diminished as Bobby
pack and then handed over to the derived from the state's eight- refrigerator-express.rail-shipments r '"* ", Notebook '
gum..a candy bar_or a mor- Iilr *" IHlV
ning newspaper.On county for maintenance. This cent per gallon gasoline tax, declined with the Increasing popularity !- nTBYip': JII ,.....tw t ,e linaaaslq

work is currently being done accrue t<* the 'tan trucks.of proving.fces...11.'"'ar,11'1 refng.r" -11'1, d OJ..VO.D, A w I. I.U ,;ujV'i' jr"! .'f lot /l9v13
the other hand,.that 2K( a-coUnty'road department' "estimated-ISTO'.OOr/'aMuaily.: ; ;

on a tank of gasoline might consisting of ten men, in- But the $100,000 pa ment' on The old Starke station saw its This is an Important time of year of these includes
keep you from getting stuck in cluding the superintendent.Time the 301 bond issue of 1960, and greatest period of activity with the for cattlemen. They should look at Management proper lime seeding crops and fertilization

a mud hole on the way to work was not so many years the $100,000 payment on the establishment of Camp Blending their management calendar and rates and good grazing
seven miles east of Starke during make decisions and 'plans to suc-
some morning, or save dollarson ago, when the road depart- 1977 resurfacing issue must bepaid World War 11. cessfully winter their cattle as management. These crops like the
depreciation of your car ment had a work force of first, leaving only around economically and efficiently as possi. cattle themselves need cenaln"fond"
from riding over bumpy roadsor more than twenty men with $125.000 left for use on secon- During construction of the camp in ble. One of the biggest and most Im- nutrients that we .call (er.
tilizer. The
fertilizer \
the early 1940s! additional track was portant decisions is what and how major nutrientsare \ :
dodging potholes.And dary roads each The additional -
not nearly so miles of year.
many laid at (the station to accommodatethe they will feed their cows. nitrogen phosphorous !arc!! !
road to maintain. one cent county:'tax potash: Small "grains 'inif'Trasesneed (
number of in
if you want to look at it great cars bringing
would add all three.of these element in
another $10QOO or
men and building supplies for the Some considerations are what feed
another way, the gas tax With the cost of construc- more for this f ed huge construction project. nutrients are needed which nutrientsare large quantities M'hiIni; 'dldvermaltd
would be widely distributed so other legumes need,nnly,phfisphfiruuB
ting new roads skyrocketingin work. available on the ranch or farm
that almost everyone will help the past few years to over r.UClJi I Starke was not large enough at that and which nutrients must be purchased :and p tash.'nil'1 nio'i laa'N g/nbuio:
pay it ( even transient $200,000 mile the outlookis If Br d time to accommodate the horde of or grown. When and how these Mi ail., .'".8 MxdX'jowJefilslitWe '
per nty construction workers employed at the nutrients will be fed know how nKrVcteait) .W Alf
utilized
motorists who roads or is also
use
our
dim for such needed hard- residents expect camp and a special train was run to important. these major elements It takes tel grow
and purchase gasoline in our surfacing as the Speedville in the way'of'secondary-oad and from Jacksonville each day to per acre these crops With a soil
county) and will not be an ad- Road, connecting Highways paving in the foreseeable haul workers to their jobs. Of course cattle need many dif: MB-amilysiS l i >TTTdelermme< l what/ is alredily

ded burden on the already 100 and 21; the Laura Church future, it is obvious that new ferent nutrients along with vitamins, )N in how!the. foil,we can readily recommend
heavy load of ad valorem So many soldiers were arriving and minerals clean,irwalerjiol, ,b much of_each.shield< Jlfl.apptied
road the east end of Bessent sources of ',revenuajawwst l'
the 'slil'rHll'ce
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; leaving the camp by of Starke major WMyln >
taxes that hits only at way However the concern for most c>:#. good :
property Road; and others. The countyis tapped. during the war that many of them cattlemen Is the nutrients needed "a crop'i MiulflHAlls'Te P tight
owners. It is estimated that making good progress slept on (the benches and even the large quantities. These in'' "mo." ..tit"l.r! D 01 to 089 ,fC
at least 50 percent of the however, on the Crawford All things considered, it floor in the station's tiny waiting energy feeds or concentrates are protein., and CaILVOfl''II.II 't4Nio13o1VIo)5AWay
gasoline sold in Bradford Road its to seems that the one-cent coun- room. Sometimes it was necessary to roughage. good balance of these Agen1if ,'w-( elf fl'.4oV1IJ\ e\InC\ to
by using own crew
County is purchased by ty gasoline tax has lot pitch tents across the tracks from the feed materials, Isi.rrtorer importantthan discuss Votir wint .r J.ceitllJt! r'm!:!!!nor
the road bed rather : : the'Itmi'le'rif' fteecropsW ',lrYMit'1\ M't'.r
prepare ; station to shelter some of the excess
tourists and other transientswho than contract the entire job. for it: .X3v afrfW-f- passengers. Starke became one of the of another too much of one. .and not enough, ?.. aril ic aoitnoiiq moigr

are already used to pay- oft is a fair-tax, witltthdse' busiest stops on the entire ijitO: 1018011 (O8CD)

ing the one-cent tax in many To see why secondary road paying being ,the ones most line during the war years. Scab-1] A good fertilized grass In (the spring :'1 ."hq n_
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Florida counties. Neighboring paving has been such slow directly ben fjtU| *tfrom : and summer will,}gen< Alachua County is one of the business over the years, we it-the who drive cars Since the turn of the balance of.these nutriantsjrand will tpfcisiifcIN
latest to impose the added have only to consider that the people Starke station has had only foul supply enough to meet the lleeds, of :
over our roads.A agents two of whom served a total! o older Calves and cows. However old
one-cent gas tax, having ap- county has been paying on 73 of the 80 years since 1900. T.J of dead grass will haVe"plenty of tmOI C UMTT
proved it in the October 7 Se- US-301 since 1928 when it was substantial.amount of Tom) Griffin served the longea roughage but will be deficient In pro- .

cond Primary.The still known as State Road 13. the tax would ,.be_paid, 'by tenure from 1901 to 1945; and X.M tein and energy. Good hay will also
Since then another$1.7 million tourists' and other,transientusers Smith the present agent. has serve supply energy and roughage and in by !Mark G. Fries
question that must be 29 years since! 1951 and expects to pIn some cases enough for
bond issue was floated in 1960 of our roads, who are ac- protein
decided by each individual several more years before retiring matwowcows. poor quality hay will
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to pay for four-laning 301 customed to paying a like tax -
voter on November 4 is: Do I through the county, and alsoto in many other Florida counties In commenting on the closing of th' not,{,supply. ample protein or energy
want more and better roads to million issue well station here Tuesday M.W. Davis.'' Uncontrolled wildfires
refinance a $1 as as out-of-state. There 'arA**several supplemental are
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drive on, or do I have some for the large-scale secondary general superintendent the new feeds on the rliarket today. Some are notorious air polluters but the Florida
better use for that 20t< I would paving in 1954. Since new secondary roads SCL know"mobile the sand concept"shifts." And said.a lot"You of concentration fof only protein and Division of Forestry can and Is doing
save on a tank of gasoline? program must be paved from time to sand has shifted since the railroad minerals while others contain pro something about them.
time, and maintained after first arrived here In 1858 tein and/or energy feeds. For example *
It was 1977 before the secon- built-the : you can buy a range mix that hasa Division Director John Bethea said,
Judging from the frequent dary road fund built back they are money ."This is what you call modern lot of non-protein nitrogen that cat- statewide efforts to reduce both the
appeals that are made at up must obviously come from railroading Davis said as The tle can convert into protein. This mix number and severity of,forest fires
County Commission sufficiently to consider paving somewhere. It would seem Telegraph reporter turned to leave does( not contain energy or roughage. are being stepped up,> with further
about meetings another secondary road. With much wiser to raise the need- while a work crew continued lo clear Other protein supplements like escalation yet to come. The Divisionis
the condition of some $500,000 in the pot at that time, ed funds by a tax on gasoline I lout the agent's; office pellets and blocks wilt contain 15 to 40 responsible for preventing and controlling
roads and bridges in thecounty percent protein and no energy. 1 wildfires throughout Florida.
the commission dusted off its
rather than .
there increasing the ad Denizens of the 1940s will doubtless
are few things of 20-year-old priority list and valorem tax additional remember a hit song of thai.era."The .
an Some liquid feed mixes contain Although it. may not be widely
more importance to the
than public managed to get the 1.3 mile mill which would be paid only music goes round" and'' some protein (usually 15 to 35 percent realized. there have been more small
good roads they are stretch of Pleasant Grove by the owners of real proper around, and It comes out here. ) and energy-or concentrate feed wildfires this summer than for the

important to the means of Church Road paved before ty. From now on. freight figures from like citrus or can molasses. Other liquid -' past 10 years, except for the drought
transportation to and from funds ran out again. .Starke will go, round and around in a feeds are just citrus or blackstrap year 1977. Generally the Division's
work, as well as for recrea- For these reasons we computer and the waybills will come molasses. There are also other fire fighting rangers have been ableto

tional purposes. But, to be Another stumbling block to strongly recommend a "yes" tout| in Baldwin. combinations of feed available.All small.put out- fires, while'they- ,'were still

realistic about the situation additional secondary road vote on the one-cent gas tax in this Is to,say that cattlemen
the outlook for new paved paving arose. in 1977 when the the November 4 referendum.mrli Health Clinic ScheduledAt have several I considerations or But in some Central Florida counties -

Kingsley Lake Center choices to make when planning their rangers have started knocking
winter feed program. The feed (hat is on doors In high-f ire i areas to ask
good for one herd or ranch might not homeowners not to allow outside fires
The regular monthly Health Clinic ood for another right across the to escape. This effort will be broadened -
VC fD, will be held at the Kingsley Lake ,road, Determine the kind and amount during the next few months Under
t Civic Center Monday Oct.27, from feed state law a who lets
1819NwwNS of the various ingredients your person a trash
I,a.m. to 12 noon. cattle will need and then shop for the fire escape may have to pay for the
N p4 All residents of the Kingsley Lake best prices before: buying. damage It causes.
ra community are welcome to attend(the

clinic for complete! health services. "We can red'uce, the number of
,wildfires by keeping an effective fire

BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER There are other feed considerations fighting!,organization Bethea said.
in addition to purchased feed stuffs.,.
Publishers fe Winter forages like rye ryegrass ands

r"..II.h...reds Thump*-* ,serial. ft settled. Cl..._...!the. fait OMI..!il.Hi..rta.. under. Act of March}. !gig clover are Important and necessary He also pointed' out that the Division
on many farms and ranches. These of Forestry'* the
agency which Issues
.;ubsgApten. r.l*l M lr..rf..>.*!I*per v*.r:IS ill ManlliiMonlh The deepest fresh forages along with native range on burning i permits for all
Gu.ddo. trade..r10 Per Y..r:15.50 51. water Oaks in the world other roughage can produce and forest 'Improvement agricultural
piano e4 -4JOS 5'."' ..I/.rldo/ Lake Baikal In southern nutritious and economical feed if Florida. A burning InI
permit Is
Siberia, reaches B.712 feet. managed properly. before outside burning required legal.Page .by law


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'TarlMcKlhnoy and Donald' Wheeler ;'


I Married Oct.:, ,'5, In Garden.CeremonyTart .- .I r-9'1w Swciat flJideAIJ"m"

Nadine M IQnney> .d "UQbt r of : "
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew McKinney of
Sampson Lake and Donald Steven .. \ 1'/
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Wheeler, ion of Mr. and Mr*. Fred :: '
Wheeler, Sr. of Starke were united In .SitM.( ihe ;Jrewl !
marriage in a lovely, simple garden /fry(
wedding on Saturday,Oct 4, at.4 p.m.. 944-7403 .
at the bride's home'Rev. I
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Raymond Baer performed the. I .. f'. \
double-ring ceremony. .
The vows were repeated In front ofa \. "t'1
palm tree and archway trimmedwith
greenery and white satin bells.' .
Two large baskets J of white gladiolus, 1
pink and burgundy carnations,baby's THE JOYS"OF
breath and greenery stood on stands.
Miss Sheena Corbin served.maidof
honor. She wore a pink batiste
gown and carried a cascade of
burgundy and pink silk flowers.

William as best Ratllff man.of Kingsley Lake. 'attended PHONE NERSHIP.

The bride,given marriage by her
father,wore an off white batiste gown

with burgundy Jacket, and pink carried and a beige cascade silk of There's nothing like owning your own.No orator telephone can jive any interior dec-

flowers. matter what it is.It's better to own it Consider orator As a gift, there a lot to be said forgiving
The bride presented her aunts andgroom'lIaunta the many benefits of owning your own the perfect receiver..a telephone

with a white bow.with'a single daisy. tied Continental telephone.When you purchase from: Continental It's something: someone

A buffet reception was held after a telephone f ,yo will always use,because no matter where
uffios and
the was ceremony.decorated in The three blossoms tiered cake telephone, sown that, you moveyou can take your phone with

ped by a pink and apple white bird cage top means reduced monthly phone bills.Then you. So stop yourjocal: phone fair or
with two doves !inside. The briders there's also the added convenience and pn- business office today;:And experience the

and cousin served, Mrs.the Vickey cake. McKInney, cut. vacy you get from another extension. And joys only ownership can bring.

Mrs.Donna Marr served as hostess'at there s no limit to the options a oolotful dec-- Continental fetepnorteCorporation(v[)
the buffet and Mrs. Pam Wheeler, .
sister-in-law of the bride and groom
the bride's book. .
kept .
The couple Is residing in Starke until .. : ,<,." ,,,. \i:. 4.e i in

Lake.their home is built at Sampson I..,w..' ,'.'. Y f +! 'M tl. w yy> > y d' + + ,',y X 1Pl

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Karen ReddishShower { A n' ri
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HonoreeKaren
Ni tea g r kItl
Reddish was honored with a 1 P l e. s
miscellaneous shower"on Monday
Oct.C,given by Mrs. Wayne Mundordand '
Mr.and Mrs.Donald Wheeler
l Mrs. Norman Redding at the Itl .
home of the latter on Blending Street.. Mrs.. Carolyn Redgrave was Mrs. Edna 'Wells returned to
The honoree, her mother, Mrs. visiting her son and family, Mr. and Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. T.F.
Lamar Reddish and Mrs. John Mrs.Wayne Kinney and Chris in. Hut to on Sunday for several days visit .r.rt
Torode, the groom' mother were Bradenton last week.. ,after the Huttos were here on Sunday.
presented corsages upon arriving.
Greenery and hanging plants were
used in decorating the party rooms.
The dining room table was covered
with a hand embroidered tableclothand
centered with a dish garden.
Games were played and prizes CONTACT
were awarded.
Mrs. Carl Torode assisted with the
and in EMPIRE 7 .ry,
games serving refreshments. FOREST i ir it
The hostesses presented the .
honoree with a tea kettle and an +
assortment( of trivets, hot pad, and PRODUCTS 3 JUG.We .
towels for her kitchen as a memento: .
of the occasion Want To Buy Your Pine


Miss Dorothy Alvarez' And Hardwood Pulpwopd,
Retires From .

Hospital Staff must Sawtimber" .And Pine Poios.
Miss Dorothy Alvarec was .'
pleasantlyv surprised! at a'!hlncM* i i'" ,nAnd
given for hen Thursday,BdEHJrat-the 3==:------ Calf'Uif-Fbr A GoodTWce wit rl'V'
Western Steer Steak House, given by :
24 fellow hospital employees. A Supervised Logging
Miss Alvarez has retired after beIng
on the Bradford County Hospital Operation.
office staff for 23 years. .
In appreciation for her help} and CALL OR WRITE:
assistance during her employment; '
the employees presented' her with'a Sieve CartenrLake

monetary, gift. .
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and'loin.. (
L.K.IWhitehead
I n returned Mr.' Friday from a five weeks IUJN um', n.I.." .PO Box_ 1751 Lake City, Fla.. 32055 (J tftiJl

Damping i trip far"the Northeast In-' ,,0' ')/ 804-752 7115 OFFICE
eluding West Point.They were joined .9 liOKll ". '. s.
the last week by Mr.and Mrs.Everett' JIll 904-752-1098 HOME 'i I 1 r1 y ,
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''ngl Qijl'fi H44Py..Akf r30, 1980, at 10 a.m.:and Friday, October ,

31, 1980 at 10 a.m. In the. County Commission- meeting.room of the ti .bsiobianoo! : a!!. '

Bradford, County Courthouse. >
"' 'TttetiUr, Woad!(of 'Jheke hearings Is to provide interested citizen
'1',9' IJI i p'po' #yrf/iY'\ ',o(Assist the County Commission determining pro- LEADERSiii 4

gram priorities for the 1981.Community Development Block Grant .
(CDBG) Program. Citizen Input Is requested regarding the county's .r s Is a

_needa-riorifl.s. qnd!: 1 pr.ogrqm: proposal. .. .
--Citizens are encouraged to attend and participate In the develop-- II 'tiE MOS lMPJ'TANT ISSUE .
meV 6t\hf.F & l '. :
giid'nBibdford
lr County Commission Intends to'sub->>. lilt 1
mlt 8 CDbG: pYeappltcatlon to The Department! housIng and,Urban/? ; ,;;' c III abr. Or
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DOvalopmentt blttwoen November 3 and Novenr>b.tr. 17;,1980., 'bll'Jb ,., ..r GEORGE KIRKPATRICK DEMO'Urrtpoftant ttiaf oUr district
J dial' I."+ 'elect a strong. conservative *- ne whd can '
I', effectively work with the Democrat'Leadership in the '
1 V.1I l<|liHj 'h, .. t
/"I Senate.'I t 9l8 .1.1 ,
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I"e GEORGE KIRKPATRICK has earned JiVe respect..state
yuk u Democratic Leader. .. i 1 e, +' 1 1 1 .
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THANK YOU ........ 1
',' GEORGE KIRKPATRICK has proven.that he can effectively. / i !
,.,. deal with_the bureaucrats. ',.
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THANK YOU ...,.... GEORGE KIRKPATRICK 'Is committed to bringing' ,
government back to the people It serves-so the VOICE OF.'
,. NORTH FLORIDA will be heard. : ;
TIU93K YOU...... ii )
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t' all the vtttrt Elect a Proven Leader.' I

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of Bradford Caaaty.

GEORGE tiI tin

I would like to thank youeach and every one, for;

your vote and support In electing m* a* your County r

Commissioner, District 5. KIRKPATRICK ,1T ir

I will consider it an honor and a privilege- learn of,your ,
needs at anytime. I would like to bring the people back Into the .

local government while serving es .County Commissionerthe
next 4 your DEMOCRAT FOR STATE-SENATE DIST6J
years. .
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Again, I I.ay,thank you.for electing( me your. County'' I ;'. One of [Us I .
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9 Tanya Good and Jeffery Jockel Married I LHeftWorldt ; Kristen Marie Wainwright Robert Daniel MendleU. I I

I i Wayne and Rhoda Wainwright of
Starke announce the birth of a
August 18 In Pensacola/ daughter,Kristen Marie, born Oct. 16 Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendleta of St.
--_. ,--_.- In Alachua General Hospital. She Simon's Island announce the birth of
j Mr. and Mrs. Richard H.Jockel of 'Wq\ .I Joins a brother Kenneth Jason. a son Robert Daniel born are Oct.Mr.19.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.and Maternal grandparents and
; Starke, announce the marriage of ,
of Indtatlantic'and
their on, Jeffery to Mini Tanya Mrs. James T.Wainwright of Lawtey. Mrs. R.W. Under
Good, daughter of Mrs.Earlene Goodof Maternal grandparents are Mr. and maternal great grandparents are
Pensacola and the late James R. -, Mrs. Reed Jones of Starke. Paternal Mr. and Mrs. JR. Moncrief of
Good. 5 4 t great-grandmother I is. Mabel Wain- Kingsley Lake.Alaskan .
The wedding took place August lain I. wright of Lawtey.
Pensacola.The '1
former Miss Good graduated Christopher Michael llardee J
from Union County High School In Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardee of
1979, and is I with Home Interiors In //I Leesburg, announce the birth of a son, ( G L10 9iM.'K.II11' tIdlerIA1.11rCreco
Pensacola.Mr. :O;: Christopher Michael, born October
Jockel graduated from Brad- .."''':'W 18,in the Lake Community Hospital
ford High School In 1977 and is in the Shirley Johnson Leesburg.Maternal. Se food 'o -
U.S. Navy. John Dixon grandparents are Mr.and I
The couple are making their homeIn Mrs. Frank Mitchell of Starke.Paternal $45

Pensacola at 711 Underwood Ave., grandparents are Mrs. A.D. King Crab Claws .................. .
Apt. 4C Shirley A. Johnson Hardee of Lake Wales and the late
Rev. A.D. Hardee Maternal a269
John P. DixonEngagement grandmothers' Mrs. Ellen great Mitchell Turtle Meat..........................,..... .....
ToldMr. of Starke and Mrs. Nell Rogersof
John Torodes M Thompson, Ga.Halloween Oysters .................................8u8hel$1000"I
Dinner HostsMr. N.AGtr and Mrs. A.R. Johnson, Jr. of '

and Mrs. John Torode entertained Starke their daughter announce Shirley the engagement A. to John P.of Whiting ............,............................., 95&>.
at a dinner party Thursday Dixon, son of Lewis G. Dixon also of $3251 I :
night of last week at the Starke Golf Starke and Mrs.Judy Hayes of Tam- Frog Legs ...,..................................... j I

and Richard Country and fiancee Club, Karen for their Reddish son,, pa.Miss Johnson and Mr. Dixon are Social Shrimp ...Jumbo.......(...-...)..$49b.p.: 3:.:36.) $425--
after the couple's wedding rehearsal. 4i both 1979 graduates of Bradford High To Be Held

Centering a long dining table was a School. Mr. Dixon Is In the Navy and By Singles GroupAll Lobster Tails.....................................?r5b
fall arrangement of flowers in Is stationed In Idaho Falls.
autumn colors. Place cards markedthe Wedding plans will be announced singles, 25 and Rock $1 g
seating arrangement for the 35 a later date. at vited to attend a Halloween above, are Social In- Cherry Stones Shrimp............,........................ b.
guests which included the Immediate Friday,Oct.30,at a p.m.at the Starke
families and wedding party. The Golf and Country Club sponsored by Clams .......................................... By the Dozen
guests were seated at one long table "Singles Again".
and several smaller tables. n 2 Come in appropriate costume. 624 E. Brownlee St. 964-832O Starke, Fla.
The honored couple presented giftsto J Recorded music and entertainmentwill
their attendants during the dinner. Mr.and Mrs. Jeffery Jacket be provided. 10AM. til 8 P M.'Mon. thru Sat. 12 Noon til 6 P.M. Sun

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Elks Club News Altar Society EntertainsOn -.01111111101-

Thursday,Oct. 16,Altar Society
Starke Elkettes are planning a -
Halloween Party for Friday night, members from St. Edward's visited
Oct. 24, at the local lodge on North the residents at the Volunteers of
Temple Ave. for members and America Home. Bingo games were
played and prizes awarded to the 5 PIECE PLACE .

guests.North East District Deputy George girls. They also all won prizes in a SETTING OFSTONEWARE
Dominianni of the Starke Elks Lodge, clothes pin game conducted by Altar FRE E
is in the midst of his visitations to the Society president Mrs.Carol Ashline. !
eleven Elk Lodges In the North East Refreshments of cakes, cookies,
District. snacks. Halloween candies, sandwiches SEE.DETAIL*AT STORE.Vwtnncm .
Starke Elks registering for the and punch were served. MONSOON m.a
Florida State Ladies Conference in Among those attending were Mary
EVERVTHIHQ we SELL HAS A
Claire Brunetti, Antoinette
Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. were: Nealy Gissy, .
and Rose McConnell, George and Coss, Mary Brown, Betty Dazlnski, MONEY
Margaret Brown, George and Ada Viola Lefebvre and Dolores Meng. BACK
Dominianni and George and Ada Father Jung HonoredSt.
Dominianni. Edward's Altar Society hostedan GUARANTEE
Starke Elks attending Jacksonville International covered dish dinnerIn I
Beach Elk Lodge visitation were: Bill the Parish Hall Sunday evening. $UPlRI
and Marian Finucan George and Ada Favorite dishes of native lands were ?
Dominianni, Bob and Evelyn Strunk, enjoyed by parishioners and friends. I
JD Doyle,Herb and Maureen Chase Rev. Father Martin Jung, who 0r
John Warren and Dorothy Cook. plans to transfer to the Mobile, :8 jES53
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Starke Elks at the Green Cove Springs Alabama, Diocese early In
Lodge visitation were: J.D. November, was honored with a
Doyle Bill and Marian Finucan, decorated farewell cake. He was also
George and Margaret Brown, V.A. presented with a gift from
and Robbie Nichols, Don and Thelma parishioners and friends by Mrs. Victor -

Wallace, Corine Louth, Frank and Ashline. ....
Doris Ottinger, George and Ada Mrs. Minnie Coss entertained with ,I
Dommannl, Bob and Margie Wolff, stories about her years spent living in I PILLSBURY,or I :PRO'D'j'' RAVE 11-- _
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and John Warren. Turkey. She brought along cooking GOLD MEDAL ,.. x +t
The Florida State Elks Mid Year utensils clothing, and mementos of : :, I. . 12 FOR II1ftJII!! 8 '
her early that I FLOUR ..w.r FRESH ". Vn'K' ;...,.
Board & Quarterly conference was years in country. I I.A R C.. FRESH.t -
held at Harry Anna CrippledChildren's The evening concluded with a sing- : PLAIN OH....*.itwinaWITH 1 GENUINE wme SAVE' 2o-Ztl) BAa LB FLORIDA 5 8 CRISP'
Hospital at Umatilla this along of familiar tunes led by Mrs. 1LBID8 u.s.wo.1 TANGERINES 48
weekend. Starke Elk Lodge was Richard Coss BAKING $*fi78 CELERY
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represented by George and Ada Mrs. Joseph Gissy was In charge of !L POTATOES _B_ !lAve..- 40550 CALIFORNIA .
Dominianni George and Margaret dinner arrangements. Mrs. Henry ."j I Honeydews. EACH38 RAVE 11' PLAM"
Brown and Norman and Peggy Stefanelli planned entertainment for SAVE. GEORGIA neolWIET !lAve ii..U TllAY.Nowiimi Fresh Limes 12.oR 780
Rigdon. the affair. I THI*COUP GOOD.. TMUH.*.OCf M ,!II III Potatoes **LB8 QH o Mushrooms158 PAVE 11-./.I..IL. PACKAGED
THROW'0.OCT 2 IW LIMIT I .
COUPON WITH A i .AVr r1-AL{ WPaTeRNBartlett 48<
I dlDEM.TOflMCCO t0000CIII RX FOODDSO.. I 1L Slaw or Salad'Kfl.
Pears. u,48 -
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SAVE JO" 49-BOXTide ,
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Detergent. 169
JJ SAVE 10. 1S-RULED OH HALVE UTI
FREE!' Del Monte p..ch.. 59 b

DICTIONARYBUY SAVE....44u NEIL 0*NATURAL LUCKY LEAF

STARKE 0 Apple Juice . 139
VOLUMES" a 6 :3 or
FUNK 6 WAOHALLS MEW SAVE 2O--I3m NAG PANTRY PRIDE

A ENCYCLOPEDIA FREE 2-VOUIME AMD DICTIONARY RECBIVB. .-' ...VUO'.OOCT..aPAInIlYP.D. Flaked Coffee. *199SAVE 1...700 COaM'N' .'- __

VOLUME" 1 ONLY V WITH : Tea Bag . 129 Fyne Wapklns.".:. 8.119
RECYCLING ASS FOOD PQRCHA8E. Jf t .
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VOLUME" 2.2TmCWDII'IQ .
INDEX BIBLIOGRAPHY ONLY Del Monte Pears.69 Hot Cocoa,MU.AVIM .l 49IVA
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$2.99BACM.COMPARE 1..l\r *
1 = RAVE:34*9 LM QUAKERQuick o >.a L5$IWIKliajACIPancake UTIIA
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:qENf.Rtg Del Monte cockt.ii.. .69 MM.QOC) "...ALMOND BAN.MILK. Waffle .t$H.
Syrup
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V/e Love to Pass the Buck :QE_ I .} J PEANUT IIIITnI! CUPS 0. H


.-:. .IOO,_"..CauftCH.MILKCHOCOLAn .
jKl Oil CHOCOLATE*. t

LAVE 10'.i_w.ernPotatoes'
.'29 39 5$1ItAVI |

SAVE'0'. ......,aaDVegetables.290 ; rOIC.
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SAVE 10.S N.AP LC I AMOITBO.....a VARIETIES IBAOI
Complete RecyclingAll Juice . *119 .i- ;;Schrafft ::/*1 .

SAVE SO.25 LM aS.1IAa SAVE 10'S-1.. B.TU5sDChamp

Types of AluminumAll FAMILYSHAMPOO Dog Ration349 Buntl RAinBOW MIX .-199 Log Cabin Syrup. 129
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SAVE II CT.CHICKEN' OR KIP" IK AVIT' l.t3m*
Sizes & Shapes Bouillon Cubes. 31 Buntl air' "'IX. .*199. Jacks. 7/-1
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SAVE 4* IT-LATE AVB.. UM UOQIO
WC BUY t=j 99 I Del Monte APHCOU. .85 Butterscotch -_199. Detergent. .99 .

SAVE 10-.S PAKCharmin 'roo CELLO BAG .
SAVE' 7SMT. DEW DIn PIPM OH
COPPER LEAD ALUMINUM 320. 'Bat* T....... 'I69 :Sunmald Raslns97 Cola tffS. Slog
SAVE "..00COMPARE Pepsi .
PAUL O/18Otter
BRASS e RADIATORS BATTERIES Pops. .89*

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SAVE IV-4M NAIL POU' H
39 ,OOP. N _
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Pepper 69 79 1 '
lb. for SAVE 14.ttf MHBaUlSauce I ::3.Q .'O. ''I. I '. ..13.9 (OF; ;Ii ':Z9, (,O F :agI

per .. 49 73 1
C AluminumCans -. 1 FOLGER'S FOLGER'S CREST I 1

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MUSTARD llos: FLAKED I i -D 1 LBBAQvfni '" .nRK II ass TUBE -79 I

1 WITH TMW OCX1PON OOOO '" THIS COUPON ooooVMMI .1 WRN 7Hn 41<"
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I Did You Know;........... I;; ;j. J.a+W "latiY-j.,;j.sale'..J.fist-l-j.eI V':j.wI-j.: ';l-I- ;;J-cam' ;# ;;WIj. ;I-j. jJ.j. ;j

Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Hulton were Barbara Harvey of Atlanta Is Mrs. W.H. Thomson Mrs. F.J. Mr. and Mrs. JD. Odom have
Mrs. Lea Green of Starke and Mr. vacationing in the Smoky Mountains visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw Mrs.J.M. Blackshear Mrs. returned from two weeks tour of the
and Mrs. W.H. Green of Tallahassee last week. J.W. Bitch for several days. four W.Florida Griffin attended the district Northeast.Mrs. .
attended the dedication' the Brad- Federation Woman'
fordvlll Baptist Chapel In Mrs J. G.Jackson was in Chlefland Lox Green placed first In his age Club Fall Tour In Jacksonville on
Tallahassee son SUnday; Oct. 11-13 visiting' her niece Mrs. lia group at the pool tournament at the Wednesday.Mrs. Lex Green spent the weekend
Rain. Younger Generation Saturday night with her son and family.Mr. and Mrs.
Gladys Mooty attended'the'funeral Sen. and was first runner-up in the adult Louise Moore of Kingsley W.H. Green in Tallahassee. She was
and
of her cousin Milton St Peter in Mrs. Charley Johns age group. Lake has been transferred from accompanied by Mrs. W.H.Thomson
Gainesville on Wednesday afternoon. returned Monday after six: weeks in Orange Park Community Hospital to who visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
Glenville N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson Sr. St. Catherine's Laboure in Jackson-. die Thomson also in Tallahassee and .
spent the weekend In Homesteadvisiting ville. all attended the FSU game. The .rR"y1rr,5
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Jr. Thomsons had a fish fry from 3-6
Saturday afternoon before the game

Mr. and Mrs.W.H. Green and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields of for a group of friends, including. the
of Tallahassee will be weekend Greens.
I Jacksonville visited Mrs. J.H. Fields
I I guests of Mrs. Lex Green and will attend and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green
the Homecoming at UF Sunday. on Stephanie O'Steen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gary O'Steen of Theressa
1' competed In the Suntwlsters Invitational 1'j

....................... Class IV Gymnastic Meet last '
Saturday, Oct. 18, in Orlando. It... .q 1 .
Keep FRANK WILLIAMS Working for You Stephanie received ribbons for 6th
K Esther Hall
place on balance beam 6th place on
floor exercise and 4th place on uneven
:: Speaker of the House Designate parallel bars. She also took home a Esther Shuford Hall Named
1 I trophy for 8th place all around out of Starke B.&P.W. Woman of
and Rules Committee Chairman ic approximately 75 girls from 12 dif
KK the Year for 1980
ferent gymnastic schools in various
1 .1- / Ralph Haben says 4' parts of Florida. Stephanie is on the Esther Shuford Hall has been
KK gymnastic team at Brown's School of selected as"Woman of the Year 1980"
"Frank Is one of the most -tc Gymnastics In Gainesville. Brown's by the Starke Business and Profes-
KK placed 2nd out of the 12 schools. sional Women's Club and will be
Longchamp I Homes I effective House Members :t honored with a dinner at the Chamberof

"" ". ...,."-. .- AC Ricky Frick a member of the Commerce. tonight (Thursday Oct.
.: .
In Blue at Pensacola
Tallahassee. -tc Angels NAS spent 23)) at 7:30.
the weekend with his parents and wasa Mrs. Hall has been selected as a
:* member of the performing Blue local business woman who Is outstan-
House of Representatives :t Angels flyers at the Naval Air Show at ding In her profession and community. -

Frank Williams Cecil Field on Sunday. Among those National Business Women's Week ,
District 25 : attending the show were Mr.and Mrs. is being celebrated nationally Oct.
Also Repafrs and Remodeling -K W.J. FrTck Judge and Mrs. El/le 19-25. Past "Women of the Year"
4' Pd. Pol.Adv. Pd. For By Frank wln,_.. Democrat tc Sanders and sons and Mrs. David have been invited to attend this evenIng -

=a'y= ......................... : Barber and three children. Mrs.. Pat Moon District III
Director of Lake City will also be In
attendance.Born .
Cindy Jordan of Live Oak spent last In Bradford County Mrs Hall
Thursday and Friday with her grandparents was reared in the Lawtey area. She Is
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson. the daughter of the late George P.
Shuford and Eva Durban Shuford of

PLUS Lawtey. She graduated from Bradford -;,
_-- High School in 1950. She worked
SA at First Federal Savings & Loan
WGS Association of Gainesville for I'..
i
CASH years prior to being employed by J R..
Kelly. Tax Collector of Bradford
County where she ha.been employedfor I

.Y. 27'4 years.
YOU She decided to run for the office of,
YOU CAN'T Tax Collector in April of 1980.She was
AUTO elected Sept. 9 to the office of Brad-,
s S.-
BUY BETTER i ford County Tax Collector. ,,
KNOW s In 1979 she completed the required i
O+ ...SO WHY' By..... ........ classes at the University of Florida to j
P
PAY MORE? Gent Ross ". become a Certified Florida Tax Collector
Mrs. Hall is married to John.
.IIPlR n eUPlR MIPlR R. Hall a building contractor. She.
fl., My 1974 Mustang Is has two daughters Mrs. Brenda,
; having problems. It seems Starling of Lawtey and Miss Donna;
to be losing brake fluid Carter of Starke. They are residing at;
SANWA although there Is no sign of 409 East Jackson Street in Starke.

RAMENPRIDE leaks on the master t
cylinder or the inside of the
wheels. What's the
Y A procedure for checking It .
NOODLES out? Did You Know............
Be sure all connections are
ALL mm a rwces/ oooo Twim.; PORK.CHICKEN' BEEF
tight. Tighten brake-line
octt SS THMI weo OCT a., two.
OR MUSHROOM
ociAmrn mainsCENTER aasaavee. PKG.aL fittings at wheels master Mr and Mrs. David Byers of:

... t'E' 1'$ ; !'U li ...301.. .9 ....f valVe cylinder Look and for proportioning a T-devlce:, Jacksonville parentsr'Mrt: 'spent and the M.weekend...' B.J. with Kg.llgers1. .
.
Salt, N called a metering"valve.:' .uc.IAli'' ., L..r f

8iiI.! This device is used in
...v.3. addition to a proportioningvalve Mrs rt.P. McLendon will return to
COT BEEF A La on some models to day Thursday from North Florida
SIRLOINSTEAKS split a main brake line into Regional Hospital where she was con'!
$298 branches. Fittings shouldbe fined for three weeks following!
tightened here as well. surgery. ,'
BONELESS BEEFCHZICK Fill the master Cylinder I
sAveso ALa with approved brake fluid Mrs. J.A. Griffin returned Tuesday
coMBinATion 12.13 LB AVG. ".' aarKP.43'5P1( and mash the brake pedal after a week in Alachua General I
'-, "PACKAGER $ j 9sI steadily several times. If Hospital for observation and trea :
'1':'' .' the pedal begins to fade &
+ ment.
I M'''''yaw.! il ''AA.L4.oK.7e oSOUMOeonLa
srew LB ..
.va..ova..D again the leak
Ro unclS :.r' ;.w ;L" Slab Bacon. us78c In the brake probablr.is Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lodeslp; I
n "'" '. I Ix w.lava. MmtAJtirB udsi drift.uii'i _..w nil mn.ii.niiiiMi ..a Aun it. If you can push the will return to their home tai-
B .r \lIbsfi.t : }'e SIRLOIN PORK.' Pork Neck Bonesus68 i..s...won Mu flea 00"_awns brake pedal all the way to Brookhaven Pa. Sunday after two I

....- I.W' Teaw1 ,r't ...va.ova..I'LUIIPIIOZ"I sure ;I;;;;,DRAPlT.169 the floor has the internal master weeks visit with their daughter, Mrs

Gto b e I t ;to save. Fillets (ocIMftPERCHo.l281AI1O : .*.... _Alaakeeta-' cylinder I leak and must be an replaced. George Loper and family. g
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SAYS ttfMAT1AWS rAMILV'AC'IIZI! Si '
B'r' a eliJ'9'1; Miss Tammy Baldree attended thjj
; 238. !
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PagSA< TEiltolUPH October S3.MM ",':( l.,LVi- :.,:':, .J\ r. '. I,

Eastern Star Strawberry Swingers : Did You Know ; -i ,W; : ;J.' J.J.
.. l .'oJoWJ faTailfts6lt. I
Hold 4th DanceThe I \ :/ ." ,
Annlv. ,
.
Supper Oct. 25 ( .'. r',',< :,'H.,,;' .'',1oL-: '
Starke chapter, #225, Order of the Strawberry Swingers held their Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek,Jr. returned Don Harden WM a medical Gladys Monty returned Wednesday
Eastern Star will have a covered dish fourth anniversary dance Saturday Saturday, Oct. II, after a months patient in Bradford County Hospital night of last week after 10 days visit :
supper,Saturday,Oct.29, at 7 p.m. in night at the Armory with approx- trip Including two weeks tour of the from Oct. 1..... with her brother and sister-in-law, '
the Masonic HaU. imately 200 attending. Pacific Northwest Canada West Mr. and Mrs. N. Lee Udell In Welt
All Masons and their families are Wade Driver of Houston, Texas coast, San Francisco, Denver and Mr. and Mr*..Wsrrta D. jUnxer,. Bend, WU.They spent five days tourIng -
Invited to attend. was the caller and The Blackfords Chicago.Mrs. Sr. of Cleveland..-Ohlo are visiting Wisconsin, Minnesota Iowa and
called the rounds. their family.R v*,and Mrs, Illinois enjoying the autumn coloring.Pat .
The auditorium was decorated W.H. Holland has been moved 'nand .
4 Linda G..Williams, In w. *.,*.. .
the festive Strawberry.theme for the from Starke Nursing Home to Bradford '" Lambe was in Daytona Beach
Alvaughn Golden occasion. County Hospital. Friends of Mrs. Ruth Morse of several days recently visiting friends
Married Sept. 19 Prizes and Items were donated by MeliMa.Texas will egret to bear... and old acquaintances, Sandi O'Neal.
Hardee's Wendy's. McDonald's and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews returned and Gardiner.
is confined In Wrong Hospital In Kathy
J c fin.Lys Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones an- Western:Steer: of Starke and Lounet's last Thursday after two months In McKI ney.Tau for three weeks' for
; nounce the marriage of their niece, Christmas House. of Gainesville. Little Switzerland N.C.
,
Ms. Linda G. Williams, to Alvaughn hip surgery Mn. Morse. la a former Tim Murphey and his sister,Dianne
and Klreten and Katrina
Starke resident. Murphey
R. Golden of Lawtey, which took Mrs. Bettie Mizelle visited Mr. and
Hart(Tim's and 11 year-old nieces)
... place Sept.Williams 19. Did You Know............ Mrs. Harley Sykes In Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mri. $Robert/Green spent performed a half hour of original i
Ms. the daughter of Mrs.
1IIIt attended the homecoming of the last week In KM Smokey Mountains music on Gainesville's Cable TV sta- I
Johnson and Albert Williams -
\ 'r. \.:" of Rejoice Lawtey, is employed by the school Mrs.Leo Champion spent Sunday to Brentwood Baptist Church on Oct. 11 and attended the Cedar/ Key Seafood tion on Monday, Oct. 20 at 7:30: p.m.
: Tuesday with her daughter and and 12.Mrs.. *
.
Festival over the weekend, +' V
.... .' board of Bradford County. 1y. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs.

Eve A..e Mrs.Mr.Jesse Golden J.,Moore the nephew, Jr., of of Lawtey Mr. and, Ocala. Janet Turner spent the Mr.and Mrs. Win White were sightseeing Ellen Mitchell and Mrs. Ann Holland
weekend visiting Jacksonville with the weekend in
In Helen,Suwannee and Stone spent Leestmrg
Lyn Eve.:Aust stationed Is affiliated at with Fort the Sill U.S., Okla.Army,to be Roy Clemons celebrated his 87th Miss Kay Turner, Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Mountain,. Ga. from Friday to Sunday. visiting the Mitchell's daughter and
birthday on Sunday, Oct. 5, at a Bitch and Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Hardee. : son-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Jim Hardee,
Joseph'Henry JordanTo gathering at their home on Starling
Junior Woman's Club Road. Approximately 102 attended in-
Wed Nov..22 ..
cluding from out-of-town: Mrs
Dr. and Mrs. William Aust of Live Planning Christmas Lordell Hill of BrooksvUle; Mamie

Oak, announce the engagement and BazaarThe and Libbie Parrish, Harvey Erysl, nt
M ecialFlla
approaching marriage of their A lk
and
Junior Woman's Club welcomed Mr. Mrs. Earl Denmark and son :
Lyn Eve, to Joseph Henry Mrs. Orva Mae Livingston of
dater six new members Into the club at
of Mr.and Mrs.Joseph A.
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Norman
their meeting Monday night. Oct. 13.
Jordan,Live Oak and grandson Mr. of Live Oak; Armand Sanchatrin
Introduced
to the club were Marcia
and Mrs. H.A. Lawson of Starke.
of Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Ottls
Hardenbrook, JoAnn Agin, Iva Jean !
The wedding will be an event of
Saturday, November 22, at the First and Harrell,Debbie Foreman,Kay Chitty family Morgan of and Ruskin Gerald, Mr. and Morgan Mrs. Jim and : "Z' Pawn
Wanda Jackson.
Church Live Oak. A .
Baptist reception my Newman and Brenda DuBois of .
During the social hour members
will follow In the Fellowship Hall.
Keystone and Mrs.Minnie Lee Offord
All friends and relatives are invited to worked on Christmas items to be sold of Lake Butler. 964-8348 ";.44. W. Call St.
at the upcoming bazaar.
the wedding and reception.

Mrs. Bertha Pearce was a patientIn '

Mrs. Joyce Sanderson the Friends marriage will be of Interested Harriett to Loudon hear of day Bradford and Saturday County Hospital for testa last Fri.Hei Has Used Rifles and 3h.ti v>m iFri*" :$25 95 & 0a 12

Stork Shower HonoreeA Carter to Wayne Parker recently.The daughter, Mrs. Wanda Godwin ol .
baby shower honoring Mrs.Joyce couple is residing in Douglasvllle Ga. Chagrin Falls Ohio Is returning to We WillAccept
Sanderson on Thursday, Oct. 10, was her home today Thursday, after 10 .r.
given by Mrs. Sissy Cory,Mrs Kitten Mrs. Minnie Lee Offord of Lake days with her mother. They visited ; JX
Denmark and Ms. Dee Moredock at Butler and Mrs. Morell Clemons of Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and family Gold As Trade
the Kingsley Lake home of the latter. Starke were Sunday visitors of Mr. In Jacksonville on Sunday. ..

Upon arrival, Mrs. Sanderson was and Mrs. Roy demons. '.' '. '

colored presented baby with mums.a corsage of multi- Ecksrcf has the finest names in
s
The refreshment table was covered J. ., :
with a white linen cloth and was E C KEa s iiiiIiil .Lr Y .. & advice.
< .cc metics .p&us expert
highlighted centerpiece made by a up beautiful of multicoloredbaby floral I'
mums and baby's breath. One @ .l. :; C Every erd'sllasa: beauty expert inside!She help you select the perfect .
..f'1l.-l.; ; combination of cosmetics to bring out your best. Plus .fragrances
end of the table held a white sheet trust o\.
... name you can '
cake which was decorated to carry :" :'and scomplete: line of beauty aids to keep you looking your prettiest

out the theme of the party.The other
end of the table held a silver punch
bowl. Finger foods were served along
with cake and punch.
One party game was played and en-
joyed by the guests with a prize being :
awarded.As .
a memento of the occasion the
hostesses presented the honoree witha 001 SAW
wooden Marionette for her baby

nursery.Approximately.
20 guests enjoyedthe bAy
Soo
party including the honoree's
mother, Mrs. S.G. Denmark. Nam I 111
Slr-i VA.6

Venessa Norman

First Birthday ''"''UJRACEL0'

Celebrates Little.lVaaesaEAnn':: Norman, MENNEN ,JOHNSONAJOHNSON e ,lr "-5-a; ,e4. i IRISH' :, 'AwrIliC i"D" mSCRIr f" 1

daughter of Wayne and Debra Nor- BAYER SPEED STICK BABY" SUCRETS SPRING' ''BATTERIES' MIGHTYM fcli
man, celebrated her first birthday
Tuesday, Oct. 14, at a hamburger fry ASPIRIN DEODORANT SHAMPOO, LOZENGES BAR SOAP: Alkaline cells.No.MN1300crMimoOReg LIGHTERS
and party. Bottle 100 analgesic 2.5-01. solid Choice Great for theentirefamily. Box of.24 Soothes 3.5-ox.deodorentbgn.\ 1.99pack DISposable.Adjustable
The party rooms were decoratedwith tablets Limit 1 ol scents. Limit 1 11-oz Limit l' ore throat Limit 1 Limit Limit 2 packs flame Reg 79'ea.

were balloons.given to the Assorted youngsters.party favors 0 00 00

Attending were Mr. and Mrs. E.L. 129 89 159 109 (1 /139 1
Norman Roger Bennett, MargaretAnn .: POa Limit 3
Bennett, Jason Bennett all of I I "
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Starke,Barbara Jordan,Michael Jordan -l r.
Janet Jordan Darlene Tillman ,j jiJ'
Jordan, Terri Tillman and Stephanie .
'
Tillman,all of Lawtey,Kevin Sandra {
and Brannon Blom from Orange ECKERD NIGHT OF OLAY Mi '
Park. CONTROL TOP -1 RELIANCE'
TOOTHPASTE BEAUTYCREAMNigtttlimesklncare 10"x '
PANTYHOSE
4

Sheryl Lynn Hill Contalnsltuorlde.7-oz tube emollient 2-oz xavakji. Choice of'sizes, '
SJtUV & colors. Adjustable rt ,
David SilcoxTo Limit 1 limit 1 & vents I heat Settings .
SftZf No. 500 g
Wed Nov. 23 6geWHEATAVJMS 299 Reg. 159 .". ) bowl. Reg Reg cover 839 UL s 3':

Mr. and Mrs. Noel Smith Hill of <6999INCH< 1 --
CONTACT
Tampa announce the engagementand \ I
approaching marriage of their PAPER
daughter, Sheryl Lynn, to David Assorted colors
Silcox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ECKERDBALSAM A patterns from
Silcox of Starke. ISO's v ""'"" nit which to choose.
Miss Hill graduated from Robinson Vltamm, supplementwith Reg. 1.79990LIQUID p.n r
High School in Tampa and the Univer wheat germ. PROTEIN
sity of Florida in 1976. CONDITIONER Packet

Mr. Silcox graduated from Brad- 16-ot Choice ww, White .
ford High School 1967 and from the 878ro olZ types i vi Reg. 109 COLOR'
University of Florida in 1973 He In Limit 1 i Limit 2 ;
now owner of Community Catalog
Merchandisers, Inc. in Lake City. PAPERCORRECTION 79 %polyester
The wedding will take place Sunday ] Colors..r
Nov. 23, at 3 p.m. at Palma Ceia paws 0 6oz.Greatfor 899
United Methodist Church in Tampa CREAM I vx.amw HAIRS VE school or office : 88 '
with a reception following at the Tam- TROPICAL BATH us*. Reg 1.29 FLUIDi KO"RC
pa Garden Center on Bayshore Blvd., Moisturizing' bath Choice ot 3 types..
Tampa oil beads 15oz. 7-oz aerosol spray 69' I
All attend.friends and relatives are invitedto Limit 1 Llmll 19ge BAGS sall'A


KIZ 89 :
The W.B. Crawford'sTo 2'1

Celebrate 60th ASSORTED r, In Pecan or blue 4

AnniversaryThe NIGHT ... ,.. duty zipper.

FLEET LIP QUENCHER LIGHTS **
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children of Mt: and Mrs. ENEMA LIPSTICK Forextranight.
William Crawford,request your 4 5oz. Premixed J Moisturizing lipstick time safety 4convenience t 1R; 4 ?
presence at'the 60th Wedding Anniversary Disposable. in choice of 'fashion : 1899 13
reception of their parents. Limit 2 :. shades Limit 1 at oil M1
The reception will be beldOctober
15-01. .1199 5T
; 23, 3 to 3pm,at the Lake Butler Com. 44 99

munity gifts Center.No requested.. S' 149| 129 ASTRA


Did You Know..........,

Robin Chlsm of'FSU' spent the GILLETTE SWIVEL r--- na FARR 5-SHELF CORNER

weekend with his parents, Mr. and DISPOSABLE EMERYBOARDS ETAGERE D AIWA
Mrs. Randall 1 Chism. ""; "'I; .. ,
RAZORS .\?'II.. ... 15".1$"K 84V. REEL dial'
A.J"Baery: : Pivoting.head.!twin, Sturdy plastic In 49-004 1 T
Mrs. : A
and
Mrs. Al K.
A must for
blade razors good rta.il assorted color.. ,6.99 3
Carlisle spent.Thursday to Sunday In $ care Limit 1 pack ,
1 wiveI
Limit pack : 1999
Charlotte,.N.C..attending the Southeastern ...... "..... Reg. 99WolH aa
Yam: Grafters Guild meeting. 4 g
1719C
They Barry were from! ; Joined Birmingham by Miss'Southern.Adrienne /3W ? 1488 Reg. 18.98

College.G.lrMr. I

and ;Mrs.': Milton,.'pattenon of . ,.. .. .--
Montgomery Ala, were>,iWednesday (.' ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER .
--
to Monday guests of,Mr.. and Mrs. 1
R.O. Dansby.., ,. MtKflcaid: praaciiptoa.Wo fI' I/ / TWICETHX PRINTS Get an extra set of prints with every roll ol color or black
; 4 t.
and white print film developed. and ..
printed. TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
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Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey Jr.and .... j i ateo honor meet tourerprsBcription TWICE THE FILM Got two rolls of print film for the price of one Kodacolor ort

Thursday Mr. and Mrs.Sunday,.Marion In Chattanooga Payne spent I -10.--.;a-i"r.y. _drug SAakyour '& cV black cRY and DAY-white when' .you have your. film processed Eckerd's...TODAY AND

Tenn. and took the. Autumn Leaf; ( t1 Ph8nnadIt.' *
special) train from Chattanooga to QUARANTUBUVonlythejrlntsyouwlnlNohusl.evenllthegoofw..ln
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I Lunch Menues........;.....:.............. .................................................................... ... h .
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Souths de.'"Starke-:.: .r. ... <<. W' .IJ' r''j '. .1''' i1. i" :\ ..J '1<.. :;. f."
t.aWley, 'nll nd YZ t.' ...JS l'l agei"iic. 1. WednetMlay. Oct. 2> Meat loaf J rice A: Legalspublication '.f.. '.i-! ':

Hampton Brooker Elementary tomato gravy,.field peas, cheese. tomato gravy, buttered corn, mix : 1 '<" '
and Bradford 'Middle bUcuiu, fruit cup. nd milk> i ed fruit cornbread and milk. :
Schools: Friday Out. Ill.,.Spaghetti w/meat t Thursday Oct. 30: Fried chicken, IN THI CIRCUIT tative and of the Pen of this against the estate and pirating I iron...........
sauce, cheese stlx, Italian salad potato salad,buttered peas,lemon. COURT EIGHTH onal Representatives Notice of Administration ((2)) any objection: by an :owning report? of.
Oct.271 Chicken .
Monday. tie* peas applecrisp hot rolls and milk. pie, hot rolls, and milk. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN attorney are set forth : October 23 1980. Interested person to subject to1. ttwotlantherein
&carrot, cabbage slaw, V4 AND FOR BRADFORD below.
peanut 'Wltcb.es brew /Clifford R. Martin, whom notice was moiled "
-Oct. ,
31
.butter sandwich peaches and Bradford "Iligh School FrIday hobRobblins, >Jack-o-lanterns< COUNTY FLORIDA. All Interested persons Personal Representative. 'that challenge the p...........%:: ','t\
milk. ." PROBATE DIVISION are required to file with validity el the will the
Tuesday, Oct.. 28 Hamburger steak, REGULAR black forest cake, and devils File NO. 80-74-CP. the court WITHIN THREE Pierce Hardy P.A., qualifications of the 'TO The State el Platte.
rice A gravy, green beans, apptesaucet Monday; Oct. 211 Hamburger gravy,' punch. In re: ESTATE OF MONTHS FROM THE /s/Corg H. !pierce, personal representative and .the .several. taw
mashed .
?bot. rolls, and milk.' potatoes turnip greens, CLARA ELIZABETH DATE OF THE'FIRST P.O. Drawer 1030. venue or Pal properly
Wedne da). Oct. 29 Beef-vegetable cornbread peach pie, and milk. HANSEN. Deceoied. PUBLICATION OF THIS Starke, Florida 32091; jurisdiction of the --. susses sad '
soup, crackers, cheese toast, Tuesday 'Oct.' !181'Chicken ft: rice, A .CARTE NOTICE OF NOTICE: ((1)) All claim (*04)) 64-S7O1. Attorneys court. others having or claim.
green beans, biscuits, applesauce, .ADMINISTRATIONTho against the estate and AND OBJECTIONS .
garden salad, pear halt and milk. Oct. Pizza for' PersonalRepresentative. ALL CLAIMS ,
17 Hamburgers,
Monday : hit-
butter cookie and milk.
peanut! and ((2)) any objection by an NOT SO FILED
French fries milkshakes
administration 0) Interested person to 10/23 2tchg 1030.IN Will BE FOREVER I by .ho l I I..
,. orange Juice: the estate ol CLARA whom notice wo mail. BARRED soon.d of MM UHHty
Tuesday.Oct.28t Cheeseburgers,piz- ELIZABETH HANSEN ed that challenges the THE CIRCUIT Revenue bonds. and
za, French fries, milkshakes and deceased File Number validity of the will the COURT EIGHTH Date of the of first revenue bend ...tIeI,..
YOU WERE RIGH1 MILDRED, orange Juice.Wednesday. 80-74-CP I I. pending In qualification of the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Notice publication ol Administration. this Han notes of the City of
Qct. 291 Pizza, hamburgers the Circuit Court lor personal representative AND FOR BRADFORD Stark, hereinafter
EVERYONE ATENCORE .
SHOP October 23. I99O.John
c17OUl1Ul11ICJty! cheeseburgers, French Bradford County venue or COUNTY FLORIDA /./ M. Olin Co- mentioned t* he. offecred .
O.OWMG- fries, milkshakes. Florida. Probate Dlvl- jurisdiction of the PROBATE DIVISION, Personal thereby" : '
y .lon. the address of court. Represon.tatlve.
Thursday. Oct. 30: Hamburgers pizza File NO. BO-47-CP.
CONSIGNMENT/ SHOP I } French fries, milkshakes. which I I.Bradford County ALL CLAIMS AND OB- In re: ESTATE OF Olin. CoPersonalR.epresantotlva./i/Kollh M.' The. sit we cause camIHQ -,

.' Friday. Oct. 31: Hamburgers, corn- Courthouse, Starke, JECTIONS NOT SO FILED ElOISE M, OLIN and on to be.head. upon'"
dogs, pizza, French fries and Florida 32091. The WILL BE FOREVER Deceased. /s/Mork V. Olin. Co- the complaint this, tier
milkshakes. name and address of BARRED NOTICE OF. Personal' filed herein I ey the City
the Personal Represen Date of the first ADMINISTRATIONThe Representative. of Stark. 0 nwatdoal

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.mmmmm. corporation of rlpcWQ.
administration of Pierce A Hardy. P.A.George .. .
I the estate of ELOISE M. /(/ H. Pierce seeking to tie*"""""
OLIN deceased File P.O. Drawer 1030. the authority,of sold City .
FRANK WILLIAMS
Keep Working for You Number 80-47-CP. I I. Starke. Florida 32O I. to lteu" from time to
I pending In the Circuit ((904)964-9701.) Attornay time U11Nty Revenue
i Court for Bradford *far Co-Poronal Bonds. in the gnieu'of
e Representative James Harold iI County. Florida Probate Representatives. net exceeding
/ b T.V I 3.700.000, ta *. er,
t Division the address 10/23 2tcr>q IO/3O.
Thompson, Chairman of the House of which Is Bradford mine the .leeeHty at the
a r County Courthouse IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF proceedings bed taken

Judiciary Committee, says Stork. Florida THI EIGHTH In coonactlon
f1 32091. The name and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF therewith 'ana the
address of trio co- THE STATIOI' FLORIDAIN 'egont; of .the is.0'aslant.
; "You can get the truth the whole Personal Represen. AND FOR BRADFORD covdibents end

liewassets tatlve and of the co- COUNTY. agreements .thereincontalne
truth and nothing but the truth Personal Representative's CITY OF STARKE. a <.. and. Making.
attorney are set municipal corporation a lodgment of' this
from Frank Williams" : 'forth below ol Florida Court to ya,.... theproceedings
All Interested Plaintiff. 'forsaid
required to file personsare with VI revenue.....end said
.: Frank Williams House of Representatives the court WITHIN THREE THE STATE OF FLORIDA .......when .issued pun

ia @. UiJUwmr' .. :I II MONTHS FROM THE and ,the taxpayers, property uont thereto. and the
District .. ... forthe
-from I Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. For By Frank Wllllsm 25 Democrat DATE OF THE FIRST owner and 'revenue .
FOOD MIN 11 PUBLICATION OF THIS clllxeni ol the City of payeseni theNof.
NOTICE: ((1)) All claims Starke. .Florida In. end sold complaint new
... .. 11 having .been presented
to this. Court. and the
R Court being hilly odSrt.*.
NORTHERN ad In the premlse.1 .
't IT IS ORDERED AND
a : a a FOLDIN' PRO 1200 ADJUDGED That .'.

% 1 HAIR DRYER I I. The State at Florida. .
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m through .... (lota Attorney
Q1200 watts. Has 2 speeds ,. of : Ifco flghlh
1 a heata. Folds for travel Judicial Circuit el
f 98 V No. 1886 Reg. 13.99HALLOWEEN = Florida end....the several

NNW properly -.... taw
", payer cltlten' .end
other having or data
Ing any right title or....
EA5 MR. COFFEE ." .rest. In .p......ry to be
'tea ; affected by the .Isuanca -.
0 sJros 'COFFEEMAKER I ,;I.., of sold revenue
WITH SPECIAL I REBATE OFFER bond,or to be effected.
Brews 2-10 cups of coffee & thereby be and they
I keeps them serving hot. or* each required la
f CANDY 1 c (il No. CBS-900 Reg. 36.99 how cevM. H any
SALE 1199 3 here ho. bofero this
5r PRICE ... .."" .3 Court.. the I7IH. day ol
MUSKETEERS, 6WACK-SIZE ? / LESSMFQR/8: *1 OOO l November.. ". ..
YOUR, CHOICE to-oz.Reg. 1.49 MAIL-IK REBATE' "_I f.kOe.4 3:30 o'clock fM. et the

SNICKERS SJHA fcJZE: FINAL AFTER COST REBATE ..... 1999| ft Courthouse Starke. '.In....the. why'City"" <

::: ',.. :., .... 'i r -. i.r.t. *. ., ,. sold complaint sheuUTT .

11"" 9 C"T\.IE'WAJSNA ItEi i ; h a .:", ""s.. ... ... "'tv. K '< ...a.:' ,*-I'-Aot the grantedenrfwhy-r proceeding' 'la 't' 9
., 1.4HERSHEY'S I >* IM9.ereaA! rK WE BEND ootd rovenua Done*,

s KISSES' CORN POPPER ana said bonds. whew

8-oz.Flog.1.89 Issued pursuanttharela.
Automatically popsS and the
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HERSHEY'S MINIATURES > butters each kernel. -noel pledged for
9-oz. Reg. 1.69 1 oaa Non-stick surface.REESE'S the payment thereof
MINIATURES ISOm No. 25467 Reg. 1399 should' not be validatedOol .
s therein plop. ; and
9-oz. Reg. 1.69 2. The Clerk e< "s
Court be end he-is

.'ViP P.AO HOT hereby required. to give.
.' notice el such .Storing
1C6'rING BRUSH'x by publishing o copy ol
... the ......
SCHRAFFT'S 3ual heats,swivel cord, lord County Telegraph,
SPOOKS
KOOKY
sr i/olf switch, & .,... of .
CREME PUMPKINS -y popr general
) .' COSTUME & No. VP-HCB Reg. 9 99 circulation In Mid City.

I VES .,, .'-' once each week. far
oC EjAaMl MAKEUP KIT .m gill! "-_,, _
Unusualcoatumas.Inflat120 '10".' three contecutlveweeds
prior to Mid
bdg l y able heads & colorful' itLWRer0 dr"r +-a3 tfAt tom; 17th day of Me..enib r.1MO. .
Gr
tt q makeup. Reg. 5.99 -at soYNDts .
JL 'evc Ioc .4W : GN AM/FM tie lint publication
x r8 00 t to be at .Last twenty
LERADIO day ill Mid

u.T UTTER; ,y. 488 s{ Is SI line design.antenna Has sees 3. Sy: and-h'publlcallon." '
iJ icopic
of this ardor, all' property
N 2145 Reg. 17.99
J :-; i owner**,. ta..
dlvldually :) .lit i B/.i/JSB./ payer*, cltlion and
".*
.. .. other having' .or claiming .
Bag of 72: JHiJ: any right.. Jitfe. or
g.'l09Balf -,PLASTIC PUMPKIN T j Interest In Mid City or
Great tocajfry KEKTR LlTE 10 I the taxable. 'property
yl grtD
rRAF therein.she". .... end
treats. H .. ) : :
e POCKET FLAtt .
made
are Martletcoedlng.
..J)90OR )
FT'S 0"yh; I 5 J handldleRe 9 PCAIVIERAOUTFITH' defendant to TMs _
and Ihto Court '
""' t*. tHALLO d \ 3bullt-lnllash hall .have (urrtdktlon
1 Traditional F ",e e LSA400 ASA ,film, for of them ta the' tome eve

: candy: 12-oz. .-2Z88 bxfendedrangeshots. tent a* II ..m..d a*. I
tl g Reg. 89' ea: WE< QKY Nw AL10R Reg. 3499 defendant..*.In.....complaint v
end .
MORN a personally' I
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kefhehead served with proc In {
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this
t+ tUta. "

PAL BUBBLE GUI KODAI(COLORBURST50 DONE Slarka.AND,...CROSSED...... this tat

) ; XMh day elOctober.lt .
'o0pulareatt INSTANT CAMERA _
7ge Reg.99'1 //it.A. 0..... Jr..
_. ( f* Automatic motorized Circuit Judge.- 10/13
ASSORTED IU print election Fixed .
3hg' I /"
... 299 locus No A-50
FLASHLIGHTS( Reg. 34 99

LOLLIPOPS For added Keystone Airport .
Halloween safety. INSTANT CAMERA CASE -719 May Become Test Site
I sReg. 149 Fits most Instant cameras. Reg 899 fV1VITAR
79.60count.AII-.. For Motorcycle Tryouts !
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POCKET CAMERA CASE 4M9 The Keystone IMghU CJty Council ,
; t S Simulated leather look.Reg.3 49 f. Is hopeful of necotUtincilwIeaMef *

g e an unused runway and taxiway the I
ITT FLASH
ELECTRONIC
4 17" Keystone Airport to a national motorcycle ,
Fits Kodak Colorburst.Reg. 19.99
y manufacturer (or MM H a teat
CREEPY CREATURES.' teir 76e" I .area. J

KIT' i C k .POLAROID TIME-ZERO T""e'Zero Councilman Bruce McBM told the. '
MAKEUP :
council tail week that the company'Is
need to r :r.. SUPER COLOR SX-70 r. r "
Everything you looking at several Florida! locations
create your scary 0 0 i'o ".. INSTANT FILM buthefeetethatKovitonehaaacoad *
monsters. Reg.. .1.99 r chance of getting the less McRae
1 For 10 sharper, richer said the north-eouUi runway the 4w.
149' A ::99 color prints..Develop.In trern Welt side of the airport VweU: I
In seconds. Limit 1 In buffered from notoe" .1incIer earn. *

slderation for the racilitv; This ran2
sr
way is In the portion of the airport r
,that lies in Bradford County." \
.M %$%% & ;Sfbfi5s McRae said that toe.eempaay

would need a 9.000 aq. ft,building and.
1 I that he and Councihvoman .Ttltty ,


(:)m Jfijt1rnwri( (lJiriiJifr! f :. ;SALE PRICES GOODG.Wf"i1f r'Q to officials McGIave construct that have a building Indicated and. to(be law company willing it.U ,if*

Z : na,1\ THRU SAT. OCT. 25 the -
1' Jvrnl w Q :t company.Bradford ,.

: ..., :? .. : g 1 V 'OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 A.M.tl19 P.M. 'said YeItha&County Zanlnf due :M the Director teeatioivUabuildinttstobeconstnictod.. ,.

'831 S. Walnut ,St.: Stark@ Fla.. ''OPEN SUNDAYS 10 A.M. till 7 P.M. I 'f

SHOP EARLY. .. SOME SALE ITEMS LIMITED. the permit would have, to fcelavued by s'
-- the Bradford' sonia ofllcd. (
;1IVT County '9.

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NOTICE' register Mid fictitious KATHLEEN P. EDWARDS POINT OF 'EGt ':IING. against the estate, ewe tatlvesef the Estate' of OP All InterestedIn .
INTENTIONTO name under the provisions his wife. Defendants. has been filed agalnet Legals required. WITHIN A"d.wd.uon. ADMNOTICE persons
REGISTER the estate to whom a
of aforesaid
Case No. 80356. you and you are requiredto THREE MONTHS FROM Deceased.
FICTITIOUS TO ALL PERSONS HAV- copy of this Notice ofAdmlnl81atlon
statute.Dated NOTICEOF serve a copy of your TUB DATE OF THI FIRST ATTORNEY FOR PER.SONAL ING CLAIMS OR has
NAME this 30th day olSeptember. ACTIONTO written defenses If ',
any PUBLICATION OP THIS REPRESEN.TATiyi DEMANDS AGAINST ,
mailed
been are required.
A.D. 1980 In DEFENDANTS. LARRY to It EDGAR W. MC. '
on NOTICE to file with th*
J.J. WOLBERT
or immediately : THE ABOVE ESTATE WITHIN THREE
.
Pursuant to Section
Bradford County 10/2 F. EDWARDS and CURRY JR., Plaintiff's attorney clerk ,
of the above courta
JR. P.O. BOX 1086.Stok.
thereafter otherwise .
869.09 Florida Statutes, ; a AND ALL OTHER PERSONS MONTHS FROM THE
4lpd 10/22, KATHLEEN; Pi EDWARDS whose address written statement of
Florida
dgrnonlwlflboentorodr *, 32091. INTERESTED IN
notice It hereby given his wlfe:,110.0. Ban 641, I: DATE OF THE FIRST
is. 2626 IndependentSquare
claim demand
that the undersigned. IN THE CIRCUIT the relief demandedIn any or Telephone' ((904)) THE ESTATE: PUBLICATION OF THIS

DORIS HOFFMAN ..COURT BRADFORD Waukoml. Oklahoma Jacksonville the petition. < they may have. Each 964-S200. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICE to file any objections ..

Melrose, Florida 32666. COUN1Y FLORIDA. 73773 and all others who Florida 32202. on or WITNESS my hand and claim must be In 10/16 4tchfl 11/6. NOTIFIED that the administration they may" .have
b concerned.YOU November
before 10
and
may writing must Indicate
the this
sole owner, doing STOCKTON.WHATLEY. seal of Court an of the that challenges the
ARE HEREBY and file the
19BO the basis for the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
A October 6. 1980. of LAURA COY
DAVIN estate decdent'
business oft DORIS' HAIR validity of the *-
that action with the Clerk
NOTIFIED of
an original claim the and OF THI EIGHTH
name
COMPANY a Floridacorporation Gilbert" S. Brown. A* deceased File Numb.r10.66.CI'(1.3236) the
ClINIC Rl. 21 Melrose. will
,
la foreclose a mortgage this Court either "before address pf the creditoror JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Florida 32666, Intend tc Plaintiff v> Clark of the Court By: ( ). I I. qualification ol th*
on the following property service on Plaintiff's attorney his AND FOR BRADFORD
agent or attorney -
Marlon
LARRY F EDWARDS and McRae aft Depu.ty pending In the Circuit personal representative -
In Bradford' County or Immediately Cl.rk. and the amount COUNTY FLORIDA. Court for BRADFORDCoun" ,
Florida .. thereafter; otherwise. a 10/16 Itcha TI/6. claimed.. If the claim I I. or the venue or
""" Florida Probate
jurisdiction of the
A parcel of land lyIng default will be entered not yet due, the date Case No. 8O- 09.CA. Division" the address Court.,

In the Southeast of against you for the relief IN THE CIRCUIT COURT when It will become In re The Marrlaga of of which U Bradford
CLAIMS
JJ SlmicrBranch )( ALL
ltn ( Southeast '/. of Section demanded In the Com FOR BRADFORD COUN duo shall be staled. If LONNIE OLIVE Husband County Courthouse > DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS -

Office I 24. Township 6 South plaint. TY. FLORIDA PROBATE the' claim !I. contingent v*HELLEN OLIVE N. Temple NOT SO FILED .
Range, 22 East Bradford WITNESS my hand and DIVISION File NO. or unliquidated, the Wlfa. Avenue Stark,
WILL BE FOREVER
Reg. It.oll.'ol.Broker County Florida: said seal of this Court on October 76-406-CP(1-2560)( ). nature of the uncertainly NOTICEOF Florida 32091. The personal BARRED

oll. 1 50 W.Call St. parcel being more particularly 2. 1980. In r.: ESTATE OF ANDREW shall be stated. If the ACTIONTO representative of Dale of the llrst

Starke described as Gilbert S. Brown. A* ANDERSON, claim Is .secured, the : Mellon Olive cia the estate Is CELIA M.
publication of this
| 'follow: Clerk of th* Court By Deceased. security hall bedescribed. Jim Blacker Case BANNERMAN whose

9645527DUPLEX Commence at the Beulah Moody, Deputy NOTICE OF The claimant Mobil Ham Park, address Is 601 N. Notice of Administration
October
16.1960.
Southeast corner of laid Clerk ADMINISTRATIONTO shall deliver sufficient 6225 Wilkinson Blvd. Palmetto :
Avenue s/Cella M. Banner-
Section 24 and run NorthD37'20" 10/9 4tchg 10/30 ALL PERSONS HAV. copies of the Charlotte. NC 28200. Green Cove
-t4S, O6V$39SOO Springs, A* PersonalRepresentative
Woof, along theEasterly claim the clerk YOU ARE NOTIFIED man
to to
e2 BR I Ba LR, Kit., an each side, brick landscaped yore, ING CLAIMS OR Florida 32043. The of theEstate
bo..ndov'h..o' enable the clerk to mall that an action for
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE name and address of of Laura Coy
NEW LISTINGS 939 44 foot OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ABOVE ESTATE one copy to each personal Dissolution of morrlag the personal representative' Deceased..

.Beautiful wooded corner lot SRIOO.CR233 North. thence South 13'10'50"w..t. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR AND ALL OTHER PER- representative.All has been filed and you *attorney are set ATTORNEY FOR PER.

large frame house, 4 bedr, 2 .both. apt. on side 2I.SOO 100.16 feat to an BRADFORD COUNTY. SONS INTERESTED IN persons InterestedIn are required to serve a forth below: SONAL REPRESENTATIVE .
Iron stake for POINT OF THE ESTATE: the estate to whom a copy of your written All
owner financed. FLORIDA. persons having GEORGE H.
:
a S store, downtown Slarke. rented. 141 OOO. 29% dawn BEGINNING. YOU ARE HEREBY copy of this Notice.ofAdministration defenses If any to It, claim or demands PIERCE P.O. DRAWER

own. fin.selects From POINT OF Coca No. 80-395. NOTIFIED that the administration haft on the petitioner's attorney against 'the estate are 1030 Starke, Florida
.
BEGINNING Ihu.d..erlb.d. been mailed whose "
.building on 301 North. Great .business location. continue In ,.: The Marriage of of the are to.quired. name required WITHIN 3209i. Telephone ((904) I:
WITHIN THREE and address Is MACK S.
HERBERT NORFLEET.Petitioner estate of ANDREW THREE MONTHS FROM '
Zoned Commercial.
3 BR I Ba. Greenhouse. 964-5701.
I South 83-1050" West MONTHS
FROM THE FUTCH P.O. BOX
1086
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Husband v* ANDERSON deceoied.File THE DATE OF THE FIRST
10/16 11/6.
4tcho
Special 100 feet to an Iron stake: ROBERTA NORFLEET. Number DATE OF THE FIRST STARKE FLORIDA PUBLICATION OF THIS I'

thence North 6527" Respondent Wile. 76.406.CpI.256D( ). Is PUBLICATION OF THIS 32091 on or before NOTICE to file with 'the NOTICE OP INTENT TO ,
Beautiful corner lot at Country Club. First time on 214 85 feet to file November .
West onIon N071CEOFACTION pending In the Circuit NOTICE. to any objections 21. 1480 clerk of the above courta CONSIDER THE ADOPTION ,
narket. stake located on the Court far BRADFORD they may have and file the original written statement of OF AN ORDINANCE .

'2 Trailer Parks.I Southerly boundary of TO: Roberta Norflaat Itt. County, Florida, Pro. that challenge the with the dark of this claim or demand PERTAINING TO I'1
trailer II trail.,.. Fenced. the of of State of the d.... Court either before any
park. Approx. acres. : right way 2. Box 585 Hope Mill, bate, Division the ad. validity service they may have. Each ZONING REGULATIONS :
*I trailer park II trailers. 2 IR frame house barn Road 16 thence In an NC 28348. dress of which Is Bradford dent' will the on Petitioner' ottornay claim must be In WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED I

pro*. 22 acres fenced pastureland. LARGE down ap'l Easterly"" 'direction. along YOU ARE NOTIFIED County Courthouie. qualifications of the or Immediately writing and must Indicate AREAS OF

ment. Owner will finance balance. said Southerly boundary that an action for N. Temple personal representative thereafter: otherwise a the basis 'for the BRADFORD COUNTY: i

and along the arc of' a Dissolution of marriage Avenue, Stark, or the venue or Judgment will be claim. the and ADOPTING BY I
name
We Handle Rentals Ar e to the of the entered for the
concave jurisdiction relief
curve has been filed and you Florida 320
el BR turn apartment. $110; .2 BR unfurn. apt. S20O South and having a are required to serve a personal representative Court. demanded In the peti his agent or attorney REGULATIONS SETTING

Salesman' owner. radius of 17.133.91 foot, copy of written of the estate Is ALL CLAIMS tion. and the amount FORTH SHORT TITLI AND

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY a distance of' 123.3 feet, defenses' jour, to It. on WILLIAM BAKER AND DEMANDS. AND OB. WITNESS my hand and claimed. If the claim I I.. SCOPE: SETTING FORTH !.
as measured alopg a JECTIONS NOT SO FILED the seal of this Court .

WILLIAM BAKER JR., on PURPOSE, NONCONFORMITIES
the petitioner'* attorney not due. the date
condo office Great location. yet
I warehouse on US 301. Air
chord having a beating WILL BE FOREVER October
whose name and address whose address Is P,O. IS. 1980. when It will become I I :
of North B339'49' East, Box 1086 Starke, BARRED Gilbert S. Brown A* ESTABLISHING ZONING
is MACK S. FUTCH. due shall bo toted. If
I Tackle and Bait buslne large Inventory. to a concrete monument; Florida 32091. The Dote of the first Clerk of the Court By: DISTRICTS I I
P.O. BOX 1086. STARKE the claim I I.
One city black In downtown Stark, |Just waiting for the, thence South *38"0" FLORIDA 32091. on ar name and address of publication of this Marian McRae, a* unliquidated contingentor .the ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTARY .

right business Great opportunity far downtown mall East. 215.0&, feet to the personal Notice of Administration Deputy Clerk. DISTRICT
before' November 13. representative' nature of the uncertainly
warehouse, *000 ft. Needs roof and October" 16 '1980. 10/16 11/6.
I large apprax. so, 1980. and file the *attorney are set : tchg shall bo.,01.... If the REGULATIONS: PRO.
repairs. Has floor and standing walls. original with the clerk of forth below: /s/Wllllam Baker and claim I 18 .secured the VIDING FOR ADMINISTRATION

INVESTORS DREAM this Court before service All persons having William Baker Jr.. As IN THE CIRCUIT COURT security shall be AND ENFORCE.

Income Property' Will Pay Far Itself on Petitioner's attorney claim' or demands Co-Personal Represen- FOR BRADFORD COUNTY described. The claimant MENT, ESTABLISHING ABOARD

.I smell apartment complex. Handyman' FLORIDA PROBATE shall deliver sufficient OF ADJUST.

peclall-Salesman' ow..,-" rental units, possibly S. DIVISION. File NO. copies of the MENT: ESTABLISHING A

.I small frame house. 80-66-CP.(1-0236)( ( ). claim to the clerk to PLANNING AND ZONING

.I large frame house. Needs ropalrs.-Salosman owne In re: ESTATE OF .nobl.'h.clerk la mall I BOARD: PROVIDING

Residents er 4 apartments (4 BR 4 '1'0)). LAURA COY Deceas one copy to each par- FOR AMENDMENTS;

a I 2 IR frame, house. Apartment on side. Zoned com REAL ES"TATEsntl ed. tonal representative.C PROVIDING FOR
mercial. Salesman owner. 1161: fLCRJWI'REALrI SPECIAL PERMITS AND
APPROVALS PRO
:
Please' cell us to list your property.
John E. Glover VIDING FOR INTERPRETATION
AND SEPARA
Reg. Real Estate Broker .Phone 94-7700
BILITY: PROVIDING FOR
Lu Green Sanders Associate 393 N. Temple Avenue
VIOLATIONS AND

:17ytoINCOMPORATUD PENALTIES; REPEALING
Income producing property CONFLICTING ORDINANCES .
with 3 B.Room home on 1

Roberts acre of land. A..mabl.mortg.g. : PROVIDINGFOR
Ontu
APPEAkS.ESTABLISHING :
.
.
REALTOR la a ; -.31 N: A
amp 0 Ave.Starke .
n21. Real Estate registered collective fL 32091 REALTY SCHEDULE OF FEES AND
P 10 acres, with I acre of mark CHARGES: AND
membership 64.1931. _
blueberry bushes bon.ond 4 ESTABLISHING AN
which may be used only 4 ROOM HOME ON LAKE BROOKLYN.: nice VanoVboa'chTW );
horse stalls, 3 EFFECTIVE DATE,
9647828986Jty, Temple, bedroom house. -* ". .* by "Veal]"estate{*'<'''* frantgie4om_ furniture*.3..50O. g -a |*

slonals who < era, t, *: U > T6: ALL CITIZENS TAX-

GEORGE ROBERTS- Broker OWNER MOVING need. la members of the NATIONAL One, acre. cleared 100' frontago on Hall Lake, paved TERwiutGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke P 'AVERS AND OTHER IN-
road 'fronts, property, $13.500. terms.Please .
ASSOCIATES sell 4 bedroom IV. bath ASSOCIATIONOF IERESTEO PERSON.

Weekend and Evenings Call home on acre. with fruit REALTORS and Wayne t.Douglas Broker-Salesman
call for other
Richard Roberts '....5595 Judith Flynn. 64.1384 trees. Has 'lots off ..'ra.,. subscribe to Its strict on us properties. Telephone 964-6593 YOU AND EACH OF

Ann Godwin' '".5159 Patsy Sllcax 94. 579 YOU are hereby and
Code of Ethics.
Norman Madding.".7'20 Kay Waters. '64.** I I 1.49 acre. zoned trailers herewith given notice In

John R. Smith-94217 with small amount down.Evenings FRULKNERREHLTY m accordance with Section
'I'. .I 123.66 Florida Statutes
HOMES STARKE that the Board of County
Please call ;
3BR. 2B. brick nice lot-104 Lafayette.2BR : 9G4SD&SItIALTOIL Commissioners' of Bradford
Vernl Odom. Broker
IB. Block Fenced '25 Plnewaod Or. County Florida. at a
3BR. VAS Block nice 1320 Searing St. GRI. Phone 964-S47 947739 l1ruo3 '-. I .J special meeting to behold
I Pearl Andrews
Small home, rental Investment, low price-Cherry St. t at 1000AM. In ,the

strums, home 3BR1B clean A neat-Pratt? St. -. 2JI Lafayette St.Across from Wishbone All"4 Im, ; r [0 1! f"'I'F Uo! County owing Room Commission Bradford
Frame
home good location. 2..2..Dk. Place. 1

largo frame home 'Ig. yard S Flreplaces-S. Water St. Ralph Bryan Real I Estat&> Office Space Par Rent r..lt -Ww" County Courthouse.,

.4 BR. 3., 'large, screened rec. room-Searing St. Starka, Florldol,'on Frlfdoy

310 W. Call St. ,n, FISH POND en beautiful 9.98 Fam_.. Oaks' A Pecans.Fenced. Come Inspect the Bradford Villa*- Townhouse on ..*. November,14,1980.

OUT-OF-fOWN HOMES Large open porch. 4BR Frame home. Only sent Road. The first unit Is ,will consider the adoption
4BR. IB frame, large lot. lake lutlar.3BR. (Cor. US 301 I & Call SK, (47.MO. near completion. Your Income' of an ordinance
can now be 26700.00 and !!\\lit%
per year you can get
IB H
Con. Blk. In town L.wt.V.e211t. relating to:
964-8788, ANYTIME Interest rata thru Bradford County Bond Program. Came
HAN
IB. Stucco approx. 7 acrei-SRIOOE. 40 PECAN TREES 29.4S 3 BR with \
on acres. M.H. extra In and let
u* help obtain the home townhouse
'3BR. 28, Stucco Fireplace' 301 South. MONDAY-FRIDAY,-$ p.m. SArOfffJ Y JJ2fvtnlngi ) hookup. desire. you ar you ORDINANCE' PERTAINING .

2BR. IB, Frame, large patio SRI2S West / and Sunday by appointment 1 IT'S INCREDIBLi' TO ZONING

-largo Frame.lot.4 BR.IB 2 mobile nice' homes workshop-Sampson, over 4A lake-Hampton.Rd. Ralph P. Bryan REALTOR. ONE ACRE HOMESITE-Hwy 100 S 175000. Terms We're People In Touch With Peoplel REGULATIONS THE'VNINCORPORATEOAREAS,; Vl THIN


Beautiful 4 BR.2B brick opx. IOA--W. of Lawl.,. f jft f .,... IB STUCCO home on ONI ACRI. FIREPLACE. *Brownie' Rd. colonial home A farm of quiet dignity COUNTY OF ADOPTING BRADFORD
WATlRF.ON'-SAMPSONLAKI fj BY
Double garage 2BR.I'/.I. C Block 01'". 3A. SR I6W. ] (24SOO. Terms.OBESSEMY harm total privacy.. I BR 2 8. CHINA approx 16 acre*, :
Brick, 3 BR, 2.. garage. apx I'hA.-SIt IOOE.Frame. Neat 4 DORM 2 Bath 24 60 mobile home -CWsA: 1 barn. MH site waotls, farmland A stream., REFERENCE Z.DNING(
S BR ... Range A .... on shaded. lot- SO ft. on lake -A. REGULATIONS: SETTING
,
lg.outbldg..apx. 4V A.-Stern Rd. 127.700. ROAD -3BR 28 Con. Blk.home.. Nice 24' x "0'op.n PREFERRED.ROrEItTIIS FORTH SHORT TII.IE AND
New Cypress, home 211t.I I. 'lOA.-Off Bayless Hwy thed.Close .
SCOPE SETTING FOIITHpUR"OSE.
*Homo A :3 ,In Breaker S5 I.1Ot :
acre
2B. 16. Let. PR, kllchen-dlning-Cryslal Lake A. .}. 1 MON.CONFORMITIES .
.P.ol. FP. 3BR 2B, Brick-Country Club HOMES *2-Story Classic antebellum. I acre 34000.
area. schoall-3BR. VAS blk.
to Nice DECK A BBQ
QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD PRIVATE SAC YARD This 3 can. *Frm home, pool house. ;
workshop (44,000.
Largo, approx. SA., 3BR 2B S.R. 1001. *! PIT. guest ESTABLISHING ZONINGDISTRICTS
.3 BR, IB. LR. D.. .1'". I acre lot-S... 1001. bdrm 2 both with family room block home. lias range A 'ft I J )Met ranch-en .Rd IO/L. S.ooo. I

.Brick home, 32 ref., drapes, Inside utility, closed garage;CrMA storagebids 1241 Johns 0',....'.wlmmlnl pool thirties. .
apprex. acres S... 121. 2BR Frame In town $15.OOO. ONLY 1.000 dawn. ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTARY
A garden area |just $40.000. *New brick 3 '.. IB, 1600 sq. ft. CHIA. In city. DISTRICT

.7 acre, 2 trailer ACREAGE .PRICE SLASHED FOR QUICK SAW- Brick 3 Iodine .2 bath VERSATILE COMMERCIAL building and sppwe,.! Av '300'* Lake Geneve-4 reildences-2.75 Acres-Owner fin. REGULATIONS:' PRO
hook-ups Crosby Lake $bar... Mom.
IOOW
wkshp-Rd. 3 I.. CHaA. FP. patla $39,300. VIDING FOR .
Lake lot 'am. rm. fireplace CHIA elated garage on 1 acre'In ACRES Hwy 301 South. MS.OOO. Terms. ADMINISTRATION
Sampson lake.
$49.900. cll r Nearly' new 3 BR 1% Bath, Packwood Sub.$33,400. AND ENFORCEMENT
now
Approximately S acres In lewtey Area.B'i acres an Forsyth led STRAWBERRY ACRES COUNTRY ESTATE Law 12 x 'S' 2 BR M.H. furnished 101' 1991 let. Terms,
2-Stwry *606""W." Adkln, House Sff x I001 lot 12500. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT .
acres-Off SR233. Cop Cod an 14 beautiful acre fenced A cress fenced. *Crystal Lake" Home 3BR. IVtB CHIA fireplace' 4S000. : ESTABLISHING A

VIA acre Mobile Home lot Woodland Acres. HAMPTON 3 bdrm en large lot $19,200. Susan M. Faulk Paulknar-REALTOR-964-504S v YIrene e/Mlnlature Ponderoea 115'/. Acres, unique. home. PLANNING AND ZON.
1
Beeutlful L. Faulkner REALTOR-ASSOCIATE-964-SI42
10 acras-Cauntry Club araa. HANDYMAN frame *3 IR 28 14 Acres Brownlee Rd. Cattle' cauntry.4SOO. ING BOARD: .PROVIDINGFOR
roam on I acre (11.000. .
Nice lot Lucille Conner SAIESMAN-944-8420
Country Club.SUSINESSAND. Spry-BROKER '*A VfJR,3B'', Ranch CHIA I2A far garden, .Rd.235-13.500. AMENDMENTS:
WE HAVE OTHERS Including new homo with lake'Accos Sandra W. Reddish.. SALESMAN-43M203 .PROVIDING
I2S FOR
*
INVESTMENTS homo(2960( sq.. ft.). Hampton IS :3 Ac-131.500.
....
James R. .dl.h.IAU5 N..1203
9.000 sq.. ft. building' w/appro 9 acres-U S 301. *. I* .. WEli} Drive :3 BR 2 8-Coiy I convonlent.$32.900.. SPECIAL PERMITS AND.

several of 4487 Terrace sensible' $31.000. APPROVALS: PROVIDING
LOTS I ACREAGS We hove type financing available. FOR
Property Management Service Avelloble. *Furnlihed MH on l'/4 Acre 20000. Neat. INTERPRETATION
One acre home or mobile home lts, several location APPRAISALS I", 3 BR home 4 I acre Wilson Rd. 14500. AND SEPARA.

oil < } $3,500 $...000 terms. *62I W. "' !lIIIA.. 2 BR, carport fenced $'',000. BILITY: PROVIDING FOR
J 2d Q VIOLATIONS AND
Un" RESTRICTED homesltes In city t Co..ntllClub.. % BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PENALTIES: REPEALING

0-750 W. Madison former Mobil ste-(2S.OOO. CONFLICTING ORDINANCES .
.
REALTOR"rAr
IAWTEY 3 acres I up on US 301 beautiful oaks city
*>419 S. Walnut. New large warehouse-$82.500. ; PROVIDING
sidewalks A available
water $3.000 per act..
Office 712-3931 I Homo, 7B2-3B9 Great property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fin. FOR APPEALS:

Financing Specialists 10." acres near Trail Motel on US 301 (20.30: with 12% Omtum2t A .404 N. Cherry large, nicely' furn apt. Own. fin. ESTABLISHING A

Bend Program 0 Conventional Loans 0 Owner Financing a dawn 10 ",.. "'/.%. e>$tore ft Apt. on 301-good potential-owner fin. SCHEDULE OF FEES AND

FmHA 0 VA e FHA 203b). 203V( ). 235 245 e Exchange* LAWTEY AREA 2% acres $5.000 $ acres $'.000. 20% .7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. IE Owner fin. CHARGES; AND.

Your Surst buy In A New>Home, Is an Existing Home." down S yrs-10% ((40 acres available' ). SHOWCASE .HDmocomm...) A cottage on Madison Bt. Owner fin.s ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE

>$500 mo. Income four, #urn. ,.nt.I.-CoIlA Bay 55.000largo DATE.
IAWTIY31R BAYLESS HIWAY S acre cleared' secluded well ', 2 "bath mobile w apt. complex' en 301, good cash flow own. fin.
h.m.0 ac. lot septic, .too A shed ready for mobile home S, garden: PXOPERTICSJNC.Box YOU ARE FURTHER
quiet. neighborhood. 13400. I frontage an ACftfACIImeglnel GIVEN NOTICE that a
$16.000. rb leke. Cane .. 43 ecre*. In lowtey. Only $' 0.0001 copy of said proposed

FORSYTH RD 20 acres barn well/s.ptlc/elec. : .20 prime ogres 301 N. railroad, $...1Ot>, en acre.own.fln ordinance I I. availablefar
3IR home
stucco, /. Box. 1336
E lot ac $33.000. ((7 Acres) .20 Acre Rd. 100 W $27.99O Owner financed.. your Inspection at the
pecan trees, 27500. I Keystone Hats 32656 ....m I'AI both 4.78 Acre Rd. 230A I Wilson' Rd. 11700. office of the Clark of the
HAMPTON ARIA 354 ....
acre $1500 .
3IR. 2BA. .
home S Ac.slocked per Circuit Court Bradford
... lawtey eree '40 Acre* Hampton, :SeO.OOO 8% Interaft-Owner fin.
pond 'fenced BUSINESS 473.4903- I .64 ecres-Rd. 100-owner will finance. County Courthouse' ,
assume 2 10% .. Slarke, Florida.
Deduced Mfg FLORIST In Ideal) .location : In..ntoll.ulp. end '13 acres 301 A Morgan Rd. Owner finance $39.000. .
$43.000. von 24000. 7- KIYSTONIAREA Home: '.....* act.* OrlHIs" Leap-Hmker-own. #fin. $10,900. EACH AND EVERY.PERSON .

2IR home en wooded IHADPORO COUNTY I : I .bath block' !'.... acres now! .......".Church A hoipllel-meke offer having any Interest
STARKIIB lot. $11,OOO.ACRBAGI. CAll in T i.i7M A ivTis.e nfiYnRMiniTTT"JTVIMMP. whatever In the enactment .
2BA. C,. FP, 1.3 Ac. m 17.800. :; ICITSPORINVESTMENr of this ordinance
weeded let. Quiet MH In; Sunrise; Parklake. 07 Trailer latj Brownlee 1 Rd.,20" dn.per ecre (4,000.UVnlSV prorsod

..._. $42.000. 10 ... wooded. $20,000. access, fenced $f MO.OO. commercial on 301-owner fin. $33.000. and'bo heard at the lime

2BR home shady, lot 30 ec. fenced.. $41.000. HOURS Country Club lot ItO x 3W_nice "location--(10,000.- and placa herein

make goad .rental: Owners will hold' more Lillian C. ,reASSOCIATESAF"TIN Vicki Powell *Homeslte In Bradford ClassifiedAda :Hampton Oak let 121. tree, owner flnenced-$ ,_. prescribed

$''.IOt. sage.Bldg' B...k./Sel..m.n A Associate County neer Ink.. $...000. Busy C.III Water Bt. let 234': M 8*' Owner fin. $''.100. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS.

I"- *." *'"-*. 9."ac. 'I.'''. pot act.. office Manager 1"64" 1 Scott It. commercial DOW ser 190 Owner fin. ".900. BRADFORD

h.300. 17.16..6............ 964.531. 010 acres In Bradford Realtor 1 Associates-After Hour COUNTY.
The.best/Investment. on earth I I. the earth"..,," Sylvia Reddish' County, f acre.leke Get Results Oerrl lennon-Asseclete. -4963140BvrenTerwIMeeer FLORIDA.

Nevis Word = Morme Darke. 712.>" Byi Gilbert S. Brown
944-777
301 North Trail Metal i_. Vernon Reddish'
.......,..... Clerk.'
area
let
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Ann W.Bleske, Associate 'Associates Anne Terwllleeer N..... 47S-1677 tally Kllllen.4s4.1255
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October 23. IM, TELEGRAPH


[Lawtey Mews Hope Baptist Bradford Middle School I
- - - HomecomingHope


by Elizabeth Terry Hamilton of Jacksonville Col. Wilson Starke. Baptist Church, celebratingIts Dates to remember October First PTO meeting of .
Phone 782-3300 joined them on Sunday and spent thai Mrs. D.O. Brown 'and Mrs. Settle 104th anniversary, will observe October 31 Halloween Costume the year at BMS (Back-to-School
'hurch Activities day. Smith went to Calvary Baptist Churchof "Old Fashioned" Homecoming Sun- dress-up day at BMS. Might). A program was presented!\ bya
Church of God: Sunday School 10 iisseexttended toNand community Alachua Thursday night to a Ladles day, Oct. 28.Services October 20 BMS annuals go on group from the BMS P.E. department
|i.m, Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Mrs. Carl Banquet.The guest speaker was Mrs. will begin with Sunday sale for$5.00 will be sold through the l under the direction of Mrs.
p m. Prayer Meeting and YPE 7:30: Norman and sons, and Mrs. Darlene Elaine Colaton of Hammond Ind. It School at 10 a.m., followed by the Gerry Lewis and her intern Ms. Betty
b.m. on Wednesday. Norman and sons,and other relative was enjoyed by all. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Rev. 31st.November 14 PTO Dance, 7 Boree, In Aerobic Dance. The program
I Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School because of the death of their sister-in- Vernon Teston of Little Rock, Ark. John Dodd! pastor of South Middlesex 10:00: p.m. in the BMS Gym. was excellent and enjoyed by
W a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and law, Mrs. Clara Mae Bennett, of spent the week with his parents, Mr. Baptist Church; Natlck, Mass., a Monday Oct.: II Report Cards all. Mrs. Cynthia Ross was elected as
7pm. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Ponce De Leon Springs on Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. former member will be bringing the went home. the new secretary due to the resigna-
:30: p.m. and Mrs C.R. Mozingo of St. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and morning message.Special Thurs.. Oct. It Newsletter went tion of Mrs. Priscllla Burnsed, who
Faith Baptist Bible School()a.m. Stephens, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Ernie family of Bryceville spent Saturdaywith music will be provided by home with students. recently moved out of town.We would
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m. Mixon, Orange Park Mr. and Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. the choir and by Mrs. Ruth Ann Our 8th graders took State Assessment like to take this opportunity to thank
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Stanley Fedak of Starte}and Mr.and Fleam Starling. Wheeler and Lonnie Broome. Special tests recently and we hope to Mrs. Burnsed for serving as
7.30: p.m. Mrs. Eugene Pearson had a family Mr. and Mrs. N.W. McHugh of recognition will be given In the Morn-- receive them back in December. secretary she did an outstanding job.It .
First Baptist: Sunday School 9:43 get together celebrating Mrs. Lillian Jacksonville were Saturday dinner ing Worship service to the person who Results will be sent to parents as soon. was decided at the meeting that a
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Pearson's birthday on Saturday. It guests of their brother-in-law and has been a member of the church the as they return. new popcorn popper would be pur-
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30: p,m. was a cookout and cake at the home of sister Mr. and Mrs.D.O. Brown and greatest number of years and to the FIRST SIX WEEKS; chased for BMS use. Mr. McKinney
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp and son Shawna. person who traveled the greatest A/B Honor Roll introduced the BMS faculty and staff
Bryan. Miss Erin Braswell of Indatlantlc distance to attend Homecoming.A 6th Grade for 1980-81 to the parents and then
p.m.Grace United Methodist: Church Mrs. C.R. Crews spent a week with Beach spent the weekend as a guest of basket lunch will be served at Steven Jones Shawn Schmidt, parents enjoyed a visit with teachersIn
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Ray Wilson of Col. and Mrs. Wm 12:30: p.m. in the church educational Justin Williams Chuck Coburn, their classrooms. We had an excellent
a.m, Wednesday Children's Choir 7 Mrs. Tom Clayton and son Tom of Wilson's home. building. Plates, napkins, spoons and Stkephen Adrldger David Burns, turnout and the evening was
Bible Gleanings B p.m Jacksonville. While there they attended Mr. and Mrs. Al Perser, of Lake forks,cups and Ice will be provided by Phillip Moore, Bradford Green. Lisa very enjoyable. .
p.m.Judge D.L. Griffis of Macclenny the Homecoming at Franklin Asbury Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown, the church.A Waters, Shllynn Chaff, Angela We welcome P.E. Interns Ms.
| the guest speaker at Homecom- Street Baptist Church. Cathy and Lisa of Jacksonville, Miss costume judging will be held at 2 Childress;Pamela Clark Deena Cox, Betty Boree and Lanier Clyatt.
ivas Mrs. Pierce Crews visited her' Denise Durban of University of p.m.with prizes awarded to the"Best Robbie McRae, Jackie Ngyen. Maria Our Art teacher Miss Carol Har-
"The Fellowship Hall is nearing brother, G.W. Rivers of Graham, Florida, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Starling Costumed Lady", the "Best Costumed Thomas Greg Wiggins, Leslie Wood, din,each week.will be selecting a stu-
Completion. The work on the old who is a patient In North Florida of Macclenny wer homecoming Man" the "Best Costumed Girl", Kelly Jackson, and Logan Ricks. dent's art work to be displayed in the
Is still continuing. Regional Hospital. Our prayers are guests of Mrs. Wilma Wainwright.. and the'Best Costumed Boy". Scholastic Achievement Tommy office. Our artist for the week of Oct.
huilding with him. Mrs. Evelyn Henery of Starke and. Rounding out the day,a gospel sing, Williams. Wendy Hsieh and Lisa Net 13 was Aaron Schulze,6th grade. This
I Highland Baptist: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Mrs. Doris Harrison of Jacksonville featuring the "Gospel Express" will tles. week's Artist of the Week Is Darrell
9:43 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. family attended an oyster roast and visited their aunt, Mrs. O.J. Anderson begin at 7:15: that evening. 7th Grade A Honor Roll Cruce. Darrell drew an underwater
and 6 p.m Prayer. Meeting Wednes- weiner roast at the home of their Tuesday p.m. Pastor Pat Murphy and the con- Monica Mastowskl, Marsena scene done in pencil on white. drawing
day at 7 p.m.Highland parents, Mr. and Mrs.Fred Carter on Miss Catherine Young of Lakeland gregation extend a cordial Invitationto Brantley, Sharon Martin Rita paper. ,0.
Social Baptist Hour will after the hold a Thursday night. spent from Friday until Monday with join them for this special day. The Richardson and Richard O'Steen. Mrs. Anna Clayton's and Mrs. Bon-
Fellowship Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harper and Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. She attended church Is located 7 miles south of A/B Honor Roll nie Blootper's classes were treated toa
Evening Worship Is Services Oct. son, of Wauchula, stopped by for a the Methodist Homecomingwith Starke on Highway 100. Kelliene Baldwin, Allen Gonzalez, day at Morocco Temple CircusIn
26. Worship Services held ate p.m. short visit with their grandmother, them on Sunday. All of them Erica Gruen, James Hayes, Lynn Jacksonville on Saturday Oct. 4.
Fellowship Social with a seasonal Mrs. C.R. Crews, on Saturday night. visited Mrs. A.P. Hallman of Gospel SingSaturday Holtzendorf.Theresa McCollum,Jim The Scouts of America sponsored the
theme will be held at 7 p.m. in the We are happy to report that Julius Keystone Heights on Sunday after- Oct. 25 my Wilson Karen Martin, Donna trip for the classes which take part in
Refreshments
Education Building. Eunice came through surgery all noon. Parado, Thomas Watson.. Amy Jo a school scouting program.
will be served. All members are invited right on Monday. Mrs. Harold Eunice Mrs. O.J. Anders visited her son Pine Grove Congregational Carter Stacey Reddish, Bonnie Chaperones Included Mrs. Judy
to attend. was a Monday overnight guest of Mr. and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Church, No. 199, about IMi Geiger, Joseph Grtffts,George Ricks, Dukes an aide to Mrs. Clayton and
Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 and Mrs. Emory Eunice and family of Billy Anders,Sr. of Starke on Sunday miles off Hwy 16 W,will hold a Gospel Cynthia Winkler, Tammy Dempsey, Pete Powell, teacher at BMS. Mr.
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Gainesville. Julius came home to be afternoon. Sing.October 25, at 7:30 p.m. and Edward Chen. Scholastic Powell also drove the bus for the
7.30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat with his parents for a few days. Bill Wainwright of Atlanta was a Refreshments will be served. The Achievements Kyle Harrison and group (with many thanks) which
7:30: p.m. Randy Roberts and his dad Mr.Ed- Saturday overnight guest of his Cedar Creek Singers will be featured Cynthia Mosely. stopped along the way for a picnic
Long Bridge Baptist Sunday ward Roberts and other relatives mother Mrs. T.U Wainwright. Dan tint-Grade A Honor Roll lunch, adding to the enjoyment of the
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 went camping over Saturday, and his Wainwright and daughter. Jill of Health Clinic ScheduledAt Helena Chen, Kim Cogdill, day.
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting wife Mrs. Kelly Roberts and thechildren Jacksonville spent Sunday with his Kingsley, Oct. 27 Rosaland Lennon, Susan Navalanyand
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. spent the time with her mother. All of them attended the The Sue Smith. Scholastic Achievement Randy Merrit
Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday mother-in-law Mrs., Madeline Methodist Homecoming with her. regular monthly health clinic :' Catrell Overstreet, Sheila
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 for residents of the Kingsley Lake Elected Presidentof
Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling at- Patel, Daniel Duffy, Valarle Jenkins
a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union at 6 Mrs. Fred Moore accompanied her tended Homecoming at Kingsley community will be held Monday, Oct. and Willie Wright. F.F.A.
27, from 9 until at the civic
a.m.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at son Freddy on his way to Miami on Lake Baptist Church on Sunday. noon A/B Honor Roll Merrit nominated .
center. A full scale: of health servicesIs Randy was president
7.30: p.m. by Cape Parks Parrish
Monday. They stopped Tonia Becky
offered of the Bradford Future Farmersof
Northside Baptist: Sunday School at the clinic and all
Canaveral and visited the Space Elizabeth Payne, Diana Phillips,
10 a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. and Center. She visited her son and residents of the lake area are eligibleto Calvin Thomas. Donald Thornton America at the first meeting. Sept.

1 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at daughter-In-Iawii Mr. and Mrs. Chuck participate. Lee White,Rhonda Sapp, Dawn Scott, 22.Elected to serve with Mr. Merrit
1 p.m. y,of Hollywood,until Sabrina Snell, Raymond Abraham,
School Missionary Baptist: Sun- Friday. Mrs. Moore and sons broughther CHRIST LUTHERAN Brenda Bawek, Janet Brooks, Tracy were Bruce Relburge,vice-president;
day 10 a.m. Worship Services home and were her Friday overnight Davis, Jennifer Deuel, Pam Ellis, Randy Harris. Reporter; Randy
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting at guests. They left for Lake City Cheryl Foster Lisa Green, Marie In- Luke, Treasurer; Terlsa Griffis
CHURCH Eddie Barnes, Sentinel
7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Saturday and were with her mother. nocent. Catherine Lancaster, Philip secretary; ;
Robby May, Chaplain.The
Mrs. Copeland, overnight Saturdayand Crews, James Muse, James Norman, officers elected at the FFA
Lawtey Little League Association left for home on Sunday. Pastor Glen Schmiege 4732419Church Judy Strickland Wendy Thomas,Kay new
Halloween Dance Oct. 24,at 7 tit 10:30p Mrs. Sallie Norman, of Yankee Allen Pamela Austin, Tracy Baez chapter meeting presented a program
Oct.7,to the
Hampton
m.at Lawtey Elementary. Prize for Town was a Sunday dinner guest of Melissa Burnsed,. Regina Cannavo, Tuesday
best costume for boy and girl. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman. Service 10:30: AM Donna Dormlne'J, Craig Falstreaux, Elementary and School PTA on the of activities the-
Turkey Shoot Lawtey Little League Mrs. Glen Shuford visited her John D. Francis,Janet Griffis, Karen responsibilities
FFA. officer had in the
Each
Association Saturday, Oct. 25, 9 a.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hl gIn- Kimutis, Stephanie Redding, Amy a part
and and
until 5 North of Lawtey on US Keystone Lion's Club Rising, program Robby May Randy
p.m. botham,of Maxville,on Sunday alter Roark, Tanja Rigby. Jody and Harris presented a film and a slide
301. Diane Wood
noon. Lenore Welty,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starling of *SundRY School and Bible School Betumud ,9 AM Melanie Wood. presentation.
PERSONALSMrs. Starke were Sunday dinner guests of
Mabel Boyette and her their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B
daughter, Mrs. Wm Wilson, spent the Starling and family. Another guest
last weekend with her sister.Mrs.Hal for di........was MID SherTM! Shlflfl of


,_ .'. ..c. NOTICE OF TAX INCREASEThe







Bradford County Board of County


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NOTICE. GEh"AL TWO ... ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES--

fog FISCAL YEAR ENDING SUPT 30. 9A' Page ((31)
Bradford County Board ol County Commlulonera hearing for the final Proposed Irteol Federal! _... Sharing .

Funds In the amount of 137000..which the County Commissioners ."peello receive' ) far the fiscal year ending NUMBER ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION .___ --IOTA U." IJIIINCO.PO.ATlO A'EAS INCORPORATED AREAS .n CODE:

September 30 1981. .11.00 .al nn _
1.' '...".11- 0.... P...poo.. ,...1... ,"0117 --
Meeting Dale: Monday October 27, 1980 su. IOn I Ant on
5 118 00 -
. Tim: 80OPM. .1-24-613-21- htA. T.... / 7i

Plan Bradford Courthouse Commissioners Room 1129 7 I In 00 6.9.6.70-_ r 2R n.
Meeting County ,jr2A..".22 a.t I_n.

., /.854.00 RO'.OIl 1 .
... L \1. ."d he.1.. t.. .on.. 2.700.00' -
and the 126,611 "
above time place
A hearing will. olio bo held on the Final' Adoption of the County Budget at the on ; M +

Board of County Commissioners 1980.81 Budget for the Fiscal' year ending .September 30. 1981. All Interested 1.2..0"." 0"'" S,,,,,ton ..d s t 660 "5(1( 0 17' nn 4 n.
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Invited hot the right to make written or oral comment ,.- a IM no I .,. An I
attend these. Clllien ,
citizens ore to two hearing Any ..,... 1,92 .n. "'......9 -.r'- a Inopn -
with regard to the proposed uses ol the fund before the Final Adoption ol the Budget. -. .,, j\\, 260X00 172,110 70.00 I
1.2..513.64 F..1_.t --
Shuford Gilbert S. Brown Either a.Ellerson .. m OIl f
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Chairman Clerk. of the Circuit Court County DirectorP'Uff
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.:.. .\\iI', IPi; 126619aq, North t...... ... .og 'n".." ;l.'0' 22 00 .10 102 on 1

sr;, ,"1 1n61611Irk or .n. C..v r.",..,.,... 8.91.00 a ,71 no 2.372.00
BRADFORD COUNTY

WARD 0' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '. .!.:"' \ "27.516.12 ....k r."..,[ rn".' ...... <0 1..1.' 26 706 nn l0 247 "00" 1.159 .n 1

1980.81'8uoaET'I': '' : 110.n. .10 M
1.21....." FtCA, To... 1.100.00
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...nn.. 1.27.016. .22 0.. .._". 3.00.00' .'0 O. 950 .0 I

I. Population (el 0' April I. 1919 t. Certified bJI the OOA) J. Either TOTAL UNINCORPORATED .r TOTAL INCORPORATED ARIAS ij '.27.51.." L1.. I.d Nn.I.h l-....-.. 1.6l0.00 1 .a8 on ."..0 1 -

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COUNTY (Unt............) 11.360 72.07'1 '_".5''..'. AuAll_. .. ..d T....1 150 00 108 00

I'OO'IR 390 I.6n t. Elections (Registered voters. of August 9. 1980)) \\\.1; 1 1.27.51..51 rMft<0 a.....1i i.. .n. Mnen,1..1. 5.17.4.00 3..' O. 1 543.00 1-_
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HAMPTON :X480" ..1.93\, COUNTY (unincorporated) 4,299 .. y ...: .t ,.7..U 17R.41911 yy .ye n' clrnttn. .... 'y '19.079.00 II.110.00 0.459.00 a _-

LAwTE' 693 5 1.lI8t IRoooctR 13' "., n'':...M"STARoct 1.846 120.1912. ,.,,........FI..n. ...r ....., ,,,, ,7.'&' 00 a ]0. 00 ..zt..on

..-.1JZL' ,t 505WMTON/ I.M. .' '1i(:;I 2.596 1-28-519-13 Other 'Personal' Soc.t. ].981.00 2.287.00 1.69400 A

TOTAL 24.081' 100.00& lAWlEY .02..' ." '.' ,' ,'ff\'I.3"!\ 1 ,8.S19.2' riCA: 1- t.000.00 1.14900 851.00 4519.22

'" :' .ua {: 32 1.494.00 1.106.00
STA'Ke 260(1.00
INCORPORATED, AREA 71.075 ,. ,1 .755 Ran
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TOTAL 7.0B3. ..t'.OO.ODI. GENERAL FUND ..- ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES

INCORPORATED MEA 27.93 .' ..1 \lI' ; .n' it1ru, YEAR 'N5INe' '.PT. 30. 198' P.. 141
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UNINCO'PORATEO MEA OS$ ACCOUNT
".;...t1 (IUMBER ClASSIFICATION. TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED AREAS INCORPORATED AREAS KEY CODE
2. A..d V.hMIIOn. ((1980 TAX Roll) INCORPORATED AAEA' Sy i42.5ncouNn

'. I"Y JrBROOK" ..1.Z8.51..2' ,111. enA 80.110 .le.ur.." y In.n, on 620.00 460.00 4
(Unincorporated' ) 120.1'4.018 6B.861 .

-1.20.519.51 nff/rn S.Vpl.a, .n. ......... 000.00 1.724.00 '.270.00 t
I.U7.ln .941 .. STATE REVENUE SHARING ; 1 12t.IO..oo,

.911 ; :::;{. J'lAolTCI 1-28.819-52 noer.ting L n.nse. he Primer EI.etl.n ..IIJl.jIO! ..734.00 _- 2.766.00 .
47400700' 1.721.111 113 All to Unincorporated Aro. StOI.9 00 .
3.660.688 2.0n 0 1.28.51.-A a.."tln. E....... 2nd General. fin<".. 8.10000 3.734.00 2..00 t

2/3 Based on Population Figures 21.15S.00" .. '.29.5Ig.12 Custodian 5".1. 21.007 00 --I...00 G..'.00 I
nuc d8.122.897.J.J'i.!! ,
-St24.15t.00 .' ., 1.2..51..21 rICA 7000' I _+68.00 966.00 382.00 I
TOTAL 171..7.112 100.001' Y -,
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: ..tt 1..2. Rotlreeent. 1.911.00 1.177.00 m.oo I
UNINCORPORATED A'EA 68.661 : ; .y'INCO'PONATEO

AREA 31.30 'i'. 1.)1.5712. u. .nd ..."n 141.....n" 9.080.00 718.00 302.00 I

ESTI..no O' REVENUES AND RECEIPTS 1 t 1 !'i,' -1-29-519-43. utllltl.. and' P.of Expenses 'S.OOo.OO ,. ,2. n. 0,775.00 1
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FOR THI meAL VIA' ENDING SEPTIMEIR 10. lOB .,, 't.' .
I .;"-. 'J. ...-st.... N.I.......... t001401. an- Material10.702.00. 20'.00 791.00 I

ryUMOq ACCOUNT ClASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED AREAS IhCO.OORATO AREAS NEY t.n.aloR2 rhnm..AF C..rc. .000.00 1813.00 .lIT.OO I

U11.100 _T..et ..IS on 11.1.14l..B22 72. 717.00 198.56! DO ,,,.7".IOn ; p "" :' ,.]1.5".81 Eta Control Service Con 2Aution' 7.01 2.0 ..054.on 1.950.00 I

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1.120.00' Contractor. A 9lstratton, 10Q 00 72 .10 20.IOn t ." ,.".""..' .,..!C.ro'' Cn".p Vn' tire n.ur" 10.000.00 000000 I

J 321.1000ccunst lpna Uun..OL- 8 Don IOn R An. nn ,-, 15220) awteA Vol-lyre "Dept. 2.S00.00 2.500.00< f

1.322.111 7 .i """ ........ .d ,. non-no .1.8.non M a": 10-522-82 M.moton. Vol Fire 0.... 1.000.00 1.000.00 3I3SS2N2

l.IZ .JZJI.Zonin... IA<..toorpt.1jf610 ... Rrpkr Vol Fire Don' 1.250.0 lSO.OO 3d

MR,gy1.n enl.1 Sl". 1 f9 .on no In R1n IOn 0_1.000 I : 578411 61.0 "e ole... Q.-. ho'- 4.200.00 _ ..TOO..0 1
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'.131.620 tt9t9uit9 Control I Suto II 3.918 00 2.1.00 7111.00 1 1..127..2 The5s9a Vol. Plre De-pt. 1.000.00 1.000.00 3

6 '.n'.630 C"I' S IU"or.t! : E coot'.. 3 000.00 2 162 00 .]1 00 1.76-522-82.4 iIellhrorm" S.I'Uol. Pin 000' I-AA. on 00000 3

00800 ::. '.201.00 I I1.37.S7412
L'Dl.I __..i.II.I. a..n. Library r.no 077000'7.2.0 v 117.42411attn. DiSalary 15.040.00 0819.00

.', 7onIn9, Aott' UlArio. 20,496-t0 14.764 DO 6,722.00 1
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!.:IJI-IJO In #..A __.___. _._... no 216 on 8.00' : ; : ACCOUNT .
.8 00 1,..2 00 7 NUMBER _CLA551 PICATION. TJ.OUNTV!! UN.CO'PORATEO: AREAS 'INCORPORATEO AREAS KEY CODE
L..! .!?9.IUJJ.IO\ISPn.! !!!' !! .__.___---U.QIUI.OO fl.6 '
.U:1Z.21 FICA, lose% '.12.QO 1.693.0 656 00 ,
'.m.'so' AgN9U'.ml.J.1UI'U1. ___ .__.___..2..5QUIL- I .0200 a96.0Ii .. ..-- .:
131:524-22 R LIro7 I ..L. 3.'4000 2-115.00 905.00" 1
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1.711.N1es.L!!9. J.lll.t.kOWWI'I1U4II.. .___..17..Li2.J)0) ]2.07 n--
.1,7.524.21 .Lire end x6.155 I..u<:t.to -1 565110 .1.129.00 437.M I
,I-'IIl.--'lILqt) ,._!grfr.l.! d_.. _.. ._ ___ .---.-6.959.Q9-..____.__.__ ---- -
1.17-524.11 'nnln0.AtlnrnrygG.lne' '0" -I.03Q, 50 720.00 200.00 1
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1J1L.jgJ) ci" Van1.7L)3O.ttrY :.!!1t9v134S97iL91I 9SA1.EvA! __.1.444.21L--__ 6,700) --
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1.37.0 Auto AI1.o and Travel I,. no ,16200 A3QO I
..Ct9urtA: aICOUIU-._. __.. a9 onn ,n 39.6300 _, J'.162.01-[ _1.-..
'.375"_Si- Office 5.0,11. And MAterlels. 1.000.00 .00 260.00 I
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1.!! J.DQ.1'Y.iI'Ilo.raoru.4_ ._. _. .._.. ._ _.. _.
L1Af.ur.1LJtRU.\1.JtwIrJlQWJlil..lJ.l\! -GO-1-._
1.17.524.01 : \ ISO
I-IU:110 ._ Y-YJl J
GENERAL fUND 5"'EO' R.IN" MU IW.t IPI- ,,. ,- ,UR Sf4.11 HIlI n17o.tur S"UJ'_ ___,__------.Jp..l G.14! 7.364.00 2.861.77. I
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FO'.FISCAL yeAR ENDING .( ) 1B.624-21 rlj9.1M21-----_. 6SI.DG-! 468.00 182.00 I _
ACCOUNT
!!NUMBER!! !ASStFlCA"ON TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED ARIAS INCORPORATED AREAS -KEY 000 1_ 1.16.574.22 ----Bo1J re,n.t.....__._______. II.-.. 601.00 265.00 I

114"450 ---1IwR.h"H! ITS,t.t.1' 2 non M W.. n. ". no I .1JIIUlL.--J..I.fLAI'LI.l\LJ..II.IJ'! .. 545.00_ 389.011 15..00. 11.a&524:52 I

1.12.100 lib,... F10g1 Inn no find .on" ,196.00 MV1. ."' .$ ItJ.ln.J. !1I.wJ.1Il.l.: 4.IO4! RO., r- .__.1.lli 00 1.145.,50- 'I"" .
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'.Jt.'OO Interest Clrned In"1""nt 5.000.OIl .0'O 0 1 199 &A 1 1-38.524.81 Oellnoull.l.b.'t.LJI1'.IJ'JI' !!! t. t.to 00 00 .00 I

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1.62.00' Rent 7 non M ..nag nn 1.61:6_on I __w :.+0.525-11 f.......nlcalon O'roc'.t.J", Il .09.00 8.11S.0G 3.318 00 I

'-64.lIO T.. Delta uuent lands ICor."m'lI ) 1 -- 1.3.-5'5. FICA, T..D __, rte,99.00 S16.00 273.,00,- 1

1.6&-900 Lihran Gift. and Books Redla'411..', I 149-525-72 R..i!Irs!!o" nt 1.115.00 -8G4.JO '".00 1 1t'95252i

'1-769-400 A,116,1senlents, .r Refund' ]00.00 216.00 0.00 I I Llfo .n' ".."h Insurance 540.fin lii.GO 151.00 I

-L-J.01,900.. Attar ..".II..n". R-- Inn no "'M Ad noI I 1 79-525.Ij1 C.l.IuJ.IJ1J..RIJI! { 2616,1 EI nari CO.on 360.00 140 00 I -__

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'.77D..no Prim V.., Reul..t 1-39-525-46 Reo.lr" and N.Intenance/SUURIIes (1050511 6.626.0 1'5.0G 1.851.00 I
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,1.30.525-51 C..u sI1.1arLII4-1a.JJlP1> /! \ ...\ 250y00180 Do 70.00 1

I.30.525-64_ E..llIIon!! .750.00 1.622.00 629.00 1OENIRAL 1


FUND -.. ESTlllAnO EXPENDITURES"

..TOTAL....EStlTrn., "CEIPT' I-not _110 00 ISA.a6A.M ]22.602.00 1QR..FISCAL YEAR ENDING, '''7. 30 1981 0... II'
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lESS St It_....IOn 1A 960nn 14.099.00 1 NUMBER CllIFICAIION TOTAl ,00NTY! ..:--_UNINCORPOR!!!! !! .ATED AREAS .INCORPORATED AREAS KEY COOL

951 ESTIMATED ReCIO" 1.522 ill on 719.606..0 T '07.50.40. .1.0.537.82 Bradford. C.unLV s.n C..lYJAL.In.-----100! .00 ....00 211.00. I

TRANSFER- !_gyR.I. Fund 65.00000 a6Ku, on 18.154.00 1 .1OI.S" A9".1I"re Nnan Fo.IIIILIUW) Wart24.291.00 17-A7 00 6.704.00 1 _

TOTAL 511"0 RrrrPTC! An.Jae65rjo_ I D.'_l no I6cayW' 'ZI.eU.on 1 1.41-5M' FICA: T.... 8QL.OO sao.oo 215.00 .1 '

BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD; CASH .OIl 141537.22 R,11.00"t ._ --, 1.181.00 8..0. 730.00 .. "

LIQUID INVESTMENT ISS.208.00 111I79.M" 51.729.0 1 1,41-517.23 Life and N6aith. IEUVrAM." 0000 501.00 ,196.00 I .

TOTAL ESTIMATED. '[[[ I"S. TRAYSFERS ..6 INVESTMENTS 1.277.319.00 K005 _00 67.,6.00! I 111-531.40 Auto Allowance end Travel' inn "An 1.676.00 1 ."0.00 I 1 .

1.'"... LIVled l.It Y..r 1-920 ... C.L1ut"d Taft V411S I 1-41-537.51 0"'<0 Suooiips And Materials -1.30.00 959.0 371.00 .. L 14 .

ACCOUNT 1-4.517.52 None (conwic. beoonstratlon. Sop,1I.. .00.00 012.0 111.00. 1 .
.....E. CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED AREAS INCORPORATED AREAS NEY C.11L-. '

1-41517,8) ..u Go-. .no 1w.".. .n. ......... 1.100 00 00, In, 110 .
121al1II On... n' 'n"" t v-faa,inn... .....I.. OS 29 00 ]l 640 nn 12.650.D1L,_ 1 ,

: .2.551.11 Veteran Ser6104 Officer Salary a o5n-An ]..500 1.$1. .1 .
1.21-511.12 502406! .6"4 0..razor Sol6,668,00 4,950000< 1.918.00' I .

'_".55]." FICA. T.... 79'.00 211.00 83.00 'I
.J.ll.:1ll'J1--.R1."M" Personal tgry117,6 3.000.00 2.162.00 18.00 I. "

'. .."." Retiremeet 441.00 110 M 121 .10 1
.J.n:1..Z1 FICA, T..es 3.500.00 2.522.00 918.00 tt
'.".5530 Auto Allowance. And Trebel 400.00 280.00 112.00 I
.21.SII.22 ..ttrn' 4.800.0. 3.40,00 1.41.00

1 '.41..551-51 Veteran Office 5..011..11. 75.00 54.0 21.0 I
'.21.SII73 LIf Bad Mail th Inlgranct- 3.2'000 2.5.00 90500 .

I .4.5'0.12, Welfare: Pauper Burial, IUD.DO 649.00 251.00 1 .
.1.lt-511.20 Wo.n'a Canoe.Iatlon 15 000 on 1081000 4.19000

'..._5...., .,.'r''.. ..d nnctnr b ender Vmentl: 5.000-M_ 1.604.00 1.396.00 I 1
.7.21-511-25 0neuulevee,5t Cipmeansa/041. LOg0.00 720,00 280.00 I Pea .

'......0.., inmmetmea .rlnD %An.Do 16n.M "n on :
.21-SII. e n'v Attorney Retainer, 4 l.DO' fees I5.000,00 10 810 00 4 190.00 1 .

I 1.06.560. Homemaker Senic. SQEC 2Unon S Bradford. !: !. 3.549.00 ,.558.00 9o1, _00 I f
25.275.00 .7rs 00 --
1.21-511-12 Ace"" nti5 and Aggltino 35.000 00 .
1Ta2.56t.n MIoepItgSgptrol Local Otroetor-Salary' 4.0000 3071.00 1.171.00 I
.It.511.'O Auto 011004nce and Tr yei 1.000""00 2-162.00 a8.oo I

1.0r-s.2'12 Mosquito Control Local Salaries 28.520.00 1..11'3.00 7..00 I
1-21-511-41 r_n'1<01..5.. C311- .0 ono 00 10 414.00 1-58411,00 I .

'_",.'''.'' Other Personal Services 42000 303.00 117.00 1
.21-511. Rental, IBM CopS" II 3.100.00 2739.00 1.061.00 I

.379.00 I 'I" .,.,... 1 1057100110 (IPENOITUR. "
21.621.00
.21.511. Insurance and 9R.ds 30.000.00
1 FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING" SEPT. 3D. 981 Paw ((7))
1.21.511.4& Repair and Maintenance 18,000.00 10.810.00 4.19000 1 ACCOUNT _
NUMBER CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED AREAS INCORPORATED AREAS KY COOt
1.21511.47 1 Prlnttn9 a.d BI,din. 1.000.00 "0.00 280.00 I
1 ,..,.",." FIFA. ,.... 1 Itn M 111. nn 'An M ,
.J.i:511.19 Sub1CrIDSlOn 4n4 Adverti6In9 .0011.00 2.883.00 1.117,00 I _.
];47-562-22 Retirement 2.41'.00 1.119 nn '0' no I
.J. :UJ.,51. OH'.S.1I.-, ."",... I9.000,00 1. 010.00190.00 ijI51154 '
!1 1..7.5..2 Life and Health Insurance 1.620 00 1.16..00"" ." M I
Menterthios Dues and Book. .!.. 3000.00 2.162.00 IIJ.OO I q i

.l.21-SII. E..n. over tOQ.QO_ 3.000.00 2.162.00 038 00 1 2141M1-41-562-44. "

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NIMBLO CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED" AREAS INCO.PORATEO AREAS KEY COOP 1-47-562-82 .Gas. 011. .'". Lub.U' 5..1 lef 2.639.00 1.974.00 72. do 1

1.21.SII. E9ulonnt' 5 uItchbo.rd System 0 690 00 ,-380 00 1.310.00 1 1-.7.552-5. Tools end Supplies 200.00 '''.00 56.00 1

1-22-S12-i1 Clark 'f the Circuit Cot-Wary 0 'OJ OIl A121.00 2.372.0 1 't'il 14.4074)4.4 1.5El',"n"'" .".20000....00 "500 1

.71.5'2-1' Clark circuit Court A..,'. Selarles 92,929.00 16.144 M .78200 1Athol 1 I 1-48.682.2' Mosquito control 1 state I salaries. 3.900.00 2.011.00 1 OR. 011 1
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'.".'17." P......1 5or.'co' 6 0" on 4 "000 1.694.00 I 1 ,;48.562-13 Other Personal Service 1.16.00 950.00 '.800 1I

'.."_'''.71 rtCA T,... 3-200 00 2.106 00 894.00 1 "I (r' .08-662-4 Contractual Senlcos 1.712.00 1.271.00 O'50G 1ii

'47.77 Re........, 6.400.00 692.00 1.500.00 1 f.', 1.48-562.2 .Gas. 011. and Lubricants' 2.600.00 1.874.00 726 00 1

,1.22-512-23 Life ..d Health Ins.sane .240 00 .-,,.-OIl 800.00 I ,',?' i I.48.562.12.A Chslcals 8.10.00 ].827.00 1.4 Inn 1y1

_1-22-512.40 Auto AnOH'." a.d 1i..1 500 on ..0 OIl 14000 1 A;; ", 1.8.5BZ- Tools and S.poll.. 100.00 72.00 28.00 1rt
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1_12.512_51 nfr!," 5.11.. .n. ....'..1' '.000 00 IZ 87. 00 9,027.00 1 :', I .....,...,7 t.761E tulLSeeYlr.a ... 00 .., M 22, oni 1v

1,27,912-6d 0'.e 1100,00 1 000 OIl "0.00 280.00 1 :. ,.......... ..".' .n'"lllltl.. '000 .u""" 'M

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1.21-61'.11 Clark of to. finance Sept Salary 0 003 no A tzt 00 2,372.00 I ? ,16'8.56. 18 Regain and ..'n'.E..IONn' yt'S 2.800.00 C: >.018.00' K iWI

'_71.'"." Clerk 179.000 00... 5.11"0 .. .00.00 ZI 133.00 -- 0.26200_ 1 '. ; t,: .9.582.52. M.C. s..to II Ch-1-1. ., >,' 165-An '. I10 00 .. on
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1_2Lanen Auto Ailments. and Travel 750 OIl 'M M on 1 ACCOUNT no 0040 "mNn 'm '10 1 lOR' P... fAl,

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otNERAL FUND'... ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES .' FAN n'.'Altt TF ,11 ..r.r.\ nE fL"PxiinTVuE_ '11111 .

-EOLtICrAI' YEAR ENDING SEPT. 30, w.-..w.\, \ ACCOUNT: .
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1-74591-49 M'.n..nu' Expenses- 9-000.00 3604.00 1.390.00 I _

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ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTSrm : : "I !'.. __. _. ... _- foR Ta 0Ic, Al YFAR tonlhl: cHIll ml4 In '19111' ,
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j.114-L91052B.fW; .. AhLS.IIItL.f1iA._..,-J 000! UG ._. ..f 18.014.1011l.14.51131 "..! ---'. __.._ .__
h5..12' PnelA ea1Lrles Rosa Deoartnent 11'. OO.00 126.122.00' '"..IIJWoII.11"41.13 -_ I
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Other PertOnyl SerV/Cef 1.000.00 _)20.00 204,00! I I2.p
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2-11-641-52 'SmtlII T6o1t..under 1100 00 1.000.00 1.00 2BO.OD I : .JWoa.U- EHT HOSPITAL FUNDESTINATC '
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NUMBER UIII.CORPOMeftUl.RCO.PO.eTlOHI!! .-.... ._ -, V '
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?.1...41-2.; I 111. ... ....It. 'Insurance -- 540.00 3B".00 -ter 1M .00 ...!-.-- .: ; .. .

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14A TELEGRAPH October 23.1MIO

. Southside Elementary School III 1 II n T II II I I III "I III ITIOI 11 Jl1 J IIIJ LI... TTl11 n II I 1


Calendar of Events: Tongaw's and Sirs.Sharon Yelle's se- mother of Misty Crawford who Is In' predates these-donations and hopes I Mrs. Verna Schmidt at Southside In Mrs.: Sandra Duncan's fifth
Saturday October 25 Annual cond grade. Already the library is Mrs. Verna Schmidt's first grade; a for many more from families of the School. Uniforms are d"peratelyteecled' ". grade Jody Brown was on the A honor
that sewing kit made by Mrs. Diane
Halloween Carnival at Southside! displaying some beautiful items students. (See.parate Halloween and many new scouts do not roll for this first six weeks
grading
Plan to attend, come with your have been donated for sale: a Westcott, mother of Bobby Westcott Carnival story) have necessary funds to purchasenew and DodIe McRae Cassie
friends and family for your evening ceramicpitcher and bowl set by.Mrs. who is in Mrs. Beulah Lennon's Parents' attention is called to the ones. period and Richie the
meal. A new feature of the Country Lawrence Griffis, mother of Kelly kindergarten class; a cutting board ticket sales. On Friday, October 24, It is apparent that Halloween Is Just A-B Autry.honor roll. Mrs.Taylor Duncan's were room on is
Store will be Christmas items made Griffis who Is in Mrs. Joyce Sander with wood-burned design by Mrs. you or your students may buy tickets around the corner when you walk Into doing a health unit on
by Southside children in Mrs. Carolyn son's second grade; a macrame purse Nancy Bradley, mother of Stephen at the price of flv'a'or one dollar. On Mrs Vicki McKinney's first grade The students are learning personality.that heredi-
Taylor's first grade and Mrs. Linda made by Mrs. Becky Crawford, Bradley first who is in Mrs. Carolyn Saturday October 29, at the Carnivalthe classroom. There are pumpkin and ty, environment arid their experiences -
Taylor s grade. Southside
an- will be four
tickets for one dollar
ghost mobiles suspended from the all make up their personality. -
,On Friday, Oct. 24, the ceiling, gayly decorated Halloween This class Is beginning a plant unit
more Budget.... BRADFORD. COUNTY kindergartens wUl make and sell bulletin boards and a large eight-foot in science. They nave many films,
HFTAqLT o'PA'TH'HT '11I0 doughnuts to the students, this Is an square piece of plywood, donated by filmstrips and film loops to correlate
MR TA riSC0.IFi1AGEI'NOINGNRCPTCMBCR' t >D. 1..1 activity each year which adds, oney Richard Odom and drawn by with the unit. They are just beginningto
to the Carnlval-PTA Fund. Doughnuts Southside aide,. Mrs. Linda Smith fight the American Revolutionary
ACCOIMTNUPNR will be sold from 9:3011 A.M. They
War in Social Studies tht Is the
Sent Or..tIY CLASS FI ICATION tnu sta. 'r. a Y. TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED AREAS INCORPORATED AREAS KEY COot will cost ten cents for three doughnutsbagged that the children are painting for the English and the American, Colonies.,
MII.IM H.leh :: under Ch.L.r 154.02 FIR Statute 59.605.00 .0.925.00 18.6.0.00 r together and ten cents for a background scene for their carnival There is much media to correlate

bag of five doughnut holes. booth. Even though the Halloween 'with this era of our history..
spirit is among the children, good In Mrs. Ann Baker's fifth grade
TOTAl 1"nr.1T .0 6n. n. .n e.. Oct. 30 school ,
M in 680.0 Thursday, pictureswill classwork and reading are prevalent Jason Brown was on the A honor roll
be taken at Southside. as each child strives to do his best and Robert Fowler
Lori Sapp, Pam Carter arid Eric work each day. A new piece of media O'Steen and Eric Packham, Stephanie
BRADFORD COUNTY were on
Noegel made a perfect score on the equipment, the Instructional Television
HEALTH DEPARTMENT FUND the A-B honor roll.
ESTIMATES 0' REVENUES AND RECEIPTS four-minute-one hundred multiplication Is also being enjoyed by the
Mrs. Donna Cruen's class has
[A0 To" VISfe, ".. fVINn "mMII" an 190? test last week in Mrs.
problem children. Each day they are enoyingwatching several to
congratulate:
ACCOUNT Elaine Wood's fifth grade. This classis "The Letter People' ana people
Grlffis and Christ! Harrellare
NUSBEA. CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY UNINCO'PORATEO AREAS INCORPORATED AREAS KEY CODE studying fossils; Adrlanne Welty, the sounds they make. Congratulations Stanley
the Patrols Shieldsis
Safety
7-111etas T.... 131 .n m 767.A22An 62.742.00 43.079.00 19.660 00 Robert Boone and Anita Tidwell have to the following students who the ; Bill Holly Hamiltonis
Library Helper
brought their collections to share. have made the A-B honor roll with no ;
the A honor roll and
on Holly
If anyone' has used Cub Scout N', or U's in citizenship: Leigh Ann
TOTAL ESTI1AT'0 "ClIP" 67 207 nn 01 n. M la 667 no uniforms they could share, give or Odom, Ben Hawkins, Donna Dunlap, Sandi Shields Rowan, Amy and Lewis Christ, Amy Harrell Packham are,

LESS St 7.177.00 ..I.. DO ... 00 sell, please contact John Schmidt or and Jeremy Crawford. AM_.. the ..An. honor roll

95355.ESTIMTEO RECEIPTS 59.605.00 40.92500 I. Ron 00 1 + rI
Scouts Attend

TOTAL "NA"o RECEIPTS l9 605 on .n 079 no ,. un nn Citizenship Ceremony

(MII1.00 L.v1.0 L.., YOI' .325 _.. E.tIo.t.d Ohio Y... _897 1BUILDING Scouts of Pack 73 and Troop 70 were \I '
RESERVE FUND' honored guests In the courtroom of Rr 5 5.iRy
ESTIMATE D' REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Judge Susan Black In Jacksonville,
mR THE LISAL, YEAR tNoloa SEPTEMBER 30. 19.
Friday, Sept. 12, for observation of,
ACCOUNTNUNBE. and participation in a citizenship
CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY "INCORPORAHD AREAS INCo'PORATED AREAS KEY CODE ceremony accompanied by Cub-

A.IA-tM h".a Mont' 223.250.00 160 ....00 ,tt.54.00 I master John Schmidt. Along with 58
other new citizens, cubscout James
Wallace was expected to receive his
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 720 "a 00 ,.0.... 00 A2.164110 I citizenship, but due to a paperwork

LESS 5t 11 IRa nn R ... n. ] 1f12 foulup, James will have to return at a
.Ia.on future date to receive the long-
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.BALANCE BROUGHT, 'nA..o CASH IR ROA no Alt nn 'n'M As observers, (from better-than-

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS sun a.".,., 228 933 00 194-992 00 .., front-row seats in the Jury Box),
A. M
the scouts watched the U.S. Dept of

Immigration's lawyer present the ap- Picture liken In foyer ol Courthouse, left to right, front
ESTIMN I ED EIIIERIE FUND. plicants to Judge Black, who pronounced row James Wallace. Ron Lee Correy Harris, Ken Owen.
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30. 19. them citizens, after they Tommy Hardenbrook, and Robert Boone.
ACCOUNT" repeated and swore to uphold the Second row John Stanwlx-Hay. Donald Beepnan." Rickey
NUMBER CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATED AREAS INCORPORATED same oath that she and every U.S. Smith Shaun Schmidt Ken Lang-District Scouting Exec.).
AREAS KEY COOL president must take prior to entering Eric Lane. Mrs. Marls Wallace. (CuDmaiter John Schmidt
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'01." T..n.'" to 00..1 Fund 6c 000 no
46-045-O0 1N ,.. 00 1 office. Following several moving and took the picture),

..sa''."., '..n,'" t. Law Libra" Fund 1.000.00 720.00 '.000 I patriotic speeches, the ceremony was
completed with the assistance of the ServicemenSSgt.
6-581-91-' ] Tr.ntf.r 'a C..I Outlay Fund .08500 18.99 00
T..OO.I scouts.
....1.".. Tr.nr.r to Fln..nd Forfo1turIt" Fund 50.000.00 16.035.00 11 U.5.00 I The court baliff Introduced the

6-5112-81-5 '..n,'" toCodrtho.... Debt SeroEci Fund .725.00 .08'.00 18 n..oo scouts and requested they lead in the Pvt. Austin D. Scoggins Gregory A. Dyal

...... ..__ ., I pledge of allegiance to our flag. Private Austin D. Scoggins, son of Staff Sergeant Gregory A. Dyal, son
.n ta So11d' ... Debt S.'''to F.nd 10,123-00 14,103,00 .
E '0 00 1 Following the ceremony, the scouts Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Scoggins of Starke, of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Dyal of
proceeded to the chambers of Judge is attending basic training at Fort Lawtey, has reenlisted In the U.S. Air

TOTAL BUDGET 2289" n. tae Q"1 ... Gerald Bard Tjoflat, (judge of the Knox, Ky.During. Force at Misawa Air Base, Japan,
61 nn .__ U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals), the training students after nine years of military sen-ice.
BRADFORD COUNTY and President of the North Florida receive instruction in drill and

ESTIMATES SOLID O.WASTE REVENUES DEBT AND SERVICE RECEIPTS Council, Boy Scouts of America. ceremonies, weapons, map reading,
FDA rue FIr" .... "n'H. SS PTFMFR. le 1961 Following greetings: and congratulations military courtesy, military justice,
ACCOUNT the judge joined the scouts for first aid and Army history and tradi

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147,00 00
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SOL In WASTE DEBT SERVICE FUNDESTIMATED .
EXPENDITURES
FOR THE FISCAL. YEAR NO/N./ SEPTEMBER 3D. 198'


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9-582-n R' .L.2UOftd. soIId 'jLJ1..u.!_..-_ 13,000.00 __U2.LRI. OT'.OO i__ GOLD SALVAGE GOLD : ,
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ESTIMATES 0' REVENUES ANa RECEIPTS
FOA THE """ YFeP [Mrs". SEPTTVEA 'n 1901
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NUMBE. CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY UNINCORPORATEO AREAS INCORPO' AAEAS KEY COO ,

10-1..000 Innrat .n In........ C.D. 8.400.00 A.126,00 2.374 no 1 w


TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS '.SOO.OO 8.2..00' .374 00 LLESS \ r

5% 0 306.00 .
11s.n 'J S.. G Dt 9 sCP
9.S ESTIMATED RECEIPTS A 01500 5 B20 00 2200TRANSFER. / )

RI ....... Fund -_ .725.00 49010 DO 18.616.0D

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND TRANSFER 7A 800 00 Sa 90. 00 20.891 00
Dt't sf
BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD CASH 00 8


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TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS- ANSFfe 7 n .., ,""1 110-751 ifnh lf f


COURTHOUSE ESTIMATED DEBT RM:SERVICE COUNTY FUND Best Town ,

ACCOUNT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR SEPTEMBER 3D 1981 $ fr.cesin

NUMBER" CLASSIFICATION TOTAL COUNTY NINCORPO'ATEO AREAS INCORPORATES AREA" KEY CODE "


1D.5R2.71 toe 10-562-71 7 n ::::_=.::':.AUOOnl.nndn..rtnn..a.. [...r H.... ,::.... __::I..:,%.: 14.17.I90 : :.::: : 'I ? e : .. BUYING $


10.502.74 R...". for Debt 5...." In-In 'A' M .. .u no I '

Class Rings t, Gold Watches.

TOTAL BUDGET ITO 751 DO 171 1601, e7 ... n. .

BRADFORD COUNTY '
CAPITAL OutLAY FUND Dental Gold
FDA T"Smm5v! ?ARREX D.S'SEVTUAERi. 1'111 :. Wedding Bands
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11_IFP.nrM inured en Inre.._., C 0 1-- 815.00 135.00 1 :-. Gold Chains


TOTAL UTlNA"O 'ECEIPT '.'00.00 IIOS.oo 335.00 1 .
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LESS 51 .0.00 t3 00 17.00 1

ass [STIHmo .ECEIPT 1.140 DO 072 DO ]18.00 1

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.....fF ..nu UBT FORWARD. CASH 15 000 00 25.223 DO 9.775.00 1TOTAM

[<...."o.re"pn. TRAN"ER. AND BALANCE. 62.22500 .US.DO 17.179.00

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FOR THI mri 75,92 CAPITALpOUTLAYtTFNURpDFS F5SIlNiC"NEPIEI. ER 30.. 1981. or. ." '.' ".:1-.. Special Prices This Week

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: < Advice on Halloween Rlvorland Music / A.J. &: Esther Starling

I Hampton Highlights Treats Given By Club HoldsMooting Family Reunion

Florida Dentists Oct. 9ThtI.RiverlanlfMuslc Sunday Oct. 26
by Dolores Meng" 'Happy Birthday today,October 23, He recently moved to this area from Halloween Is a horror story for Club held Its The families of the fate A J. and
Phone 4M-181S to Bryan Archer who la now 7. BeUwood. West Virginia. children's teeth. monthly meeting Thursday Oct._s,at Esther Starling are holding a family
Stephanie Redding is 13 years oldtoday HaUowem Carnival The giving and receiving candy Is the home of Mrs Phil in reunion Sunday Oct. 26.
Senior Citizens > October 231 Saturday, October 25, Is the date a tradition during this holiday time- Brooker. Family members are asked to bring
Mrs. Lillian Allen of Starke was a students, teachers, parent and but It's a tradition that can mean Following the business meeting, covered dish. Lunch will be.
guest of the meeting of the Senior Visitor friends are looking forward to for a more cavities for children. entertainment was provided by club served at 1 p.m.
Citizens Club held in the City Hall on Mrs. Mary Jones of Palatka spent good time. The Annual PTA Carnival'' ,. When witches and ghosts come members. Piano selections! were
Friday with an attendance'' of 22'' last week visiting her sister, Mrs. will begin with the Costume Parade ringing your doorbell this Halloween, played by Mrs. Eloulse Ramsey and
member Ruth Dennison. starting from the City Hall and treat them with something other than Mrs.Sue Gainey. Mrs.Nell Mann and :4wa
Happy Birthday was lung to Lynn heading for the school for the judging the usual gooey candy bar. Mrs. Jeannie'' Broome sang and;, .I
Hall In celebration of his October IBth HAMPTON LAKE at 8:30.: Prettiest, Ugliest and Moat Dr. Joseph Diaz, a Tampa dentist,, played the guitar and Jew'sharp.A :
birthday. Birthday CelebrationsMrs. Beautiful youngsters will be awarded iiuggests alternatives to the giving covered dish luncheon was en- ,
The group then sang 'Side by Side' Virgie Barksdale was honoredon prizes.At and receiving of candy during Hallo, Joyed by all at the close of the A turkey can grind up ,,24walnuts
10 Peggy and Walter Richardson In. her October 13th birthday by her 8:00 o'clock food will be ween.. meeting. in their shells in itsBUFFET
honor of their :&Gth Wedding Annivernary. grandchildren,Vickie and Lee Sparks available and games will begin. Mrs. "I'm not saying that when a child gizzard
and Bobble Sue and James O'Brian of Inger Campen,Chairman,assisted by rings your doorbell you should !
Starke. They brought her a delicious Mrs. Cathy Williams and Mr*.Jolene sent him with a toothbrush amend
Halloween Party' dinner complete with a decorated Friese, have enlisted an efficient toothpaste, but such things as raisins tF
Children of the community'are In- cake. To top off the day they crew to afford much fun and activity, and popcorn are specter treats and
vited to a Halloween Party scheduled presented her with a nice electric that night. The Hay Ride, always aren't as bad as candy." Dr. Diaz i
for October 23,'tonight, at the City blender. popular, will this year be extended to mentioned apples but warned that j
Hall from 8 until 10 p.m. Children Kenny under 8 are to be accompanied by on October 19. On Friday his parents, reports that the local 4-H Club has exciting before letting your child eat them. ,
parents. Costume prizes for the best Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford, and scarey features awaiting' Other alternatives to candy might 1I 1
dressed and most original will be hosted party attended by his grandparents those brave enough for this adven- Include:
awarded to children between the agesof Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Crawford, ture. This will Include a cemetery, Stick-on1 decals of cartoon
6 and 8. Sr. Mr.and Mrs.Cecil Crawford,Jr., witches, rattlesnake pit,, wild man characters. These come in sheeuraas) ;
anti by Mr.and Mrs. Ricky Moorhous ond, goodness knows what aUtthe each child could have his or her own 1
.-..Club and Christine of Lawtey. Ricky was Country Store will feature!, sheet
Doll Waters reports that the Hamp.ton also celebrating his Oct. 18th birth handmade items and will have Rubber animal erasers for tops of
4H Club is sponsoring the available attractive Tupperwareitems. pencils.Even brand new pencils are a
Haunted Path on Saturday, October day.Kenny Crawford hosted a Halloween treat for back to school.
25. This can be reached'by following Party on Saturday when he Hank Lott will entertain throughout. Ten pennies or a dime wrapped In
the Hay Ride from the PTA Carnival. shared his decorated birthday cake the evening with his band. shiny f01l.
Be prepared to see such things as a punch, hot dogs, baked beans another The Giveaway items Include a$100 Balloons.
spooky cemetery, witches, rattlesnake goodies with friends. They all Shopping Spree at WInD Dixie and. a Sticks sugarless gum. as nw
pit, a wild man and other ex-, enjoyed dancing games and football, nice Coleman Cooler. Small bags of pretzels, cornchlps
citing adventures! Warning! Those besides a hay ride.Mrs. Beverly Dur- The Auction will provide bargains or raisins.
with pacemakers or weak hearts or rance and Mrs.Verba Martin assisted in Items donated by generous mer4. Baseball cards..Inexpensive rk
even weak stomachs might not enjoy Mr. and Mrs. Crawford with this par' chants-and friends. coloring books
this activity.Healthy,hale and hearty Donations of cakes, pies, cookies, crayons.
folks might enjoy it! ty.On Sunday Kenny was treated with candles, plants,handmade gift Items, pasties or hair clips I
a* trip to Cecil Field to see the Blue and personal assistance will be ap- -Fake wax lips or fingernails.
4-H Leadership ProgramMrs. Angels with their flying maneuvers. predated APOLOGIES Roasted pumpkin seeds; Festive rR e 0o
Alice Faye Waters and Mrs. Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Harold The Telegraph apologizes for the and traditional-"'r hand them out in
Mary Jane Green of Brooker attendedthe Crawford and Kenny to Jacksonville page with the Hampton News and plastic sandwich bags.
4-H Leadership Forum'at Rock were Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Durrance other items possibly being left out of Rubber spiders, trick rings or
Eagle Georgia, from Mondaythrough and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold some of the papers last week Oct. 18. other gadgets found In five and dime s
Friday of last week. It provedto Davis and family of Starke. (Back to PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU WOULD stores or novelty shops. 4-
be a very interesting and informative school on Monday for Kenny I LIKE A COPY OF THE MISSING Comic books.
week for these active 4-H leaders. Shannon Hughes celebrated her 7th PAGE COME BY THE TELEGRAPH "Sugar expresses love In our society -
birthday on October 20. She and her OFFICE. We cannot take the room to ," Dr. Diaz noted. "Although you
Local Musicians family enjoyed the Blue Angels Fly- reprint everything but we will Includethe can't be compulsive.about sugar, you
Jody Wadsworth with his guitar and Ing Team on Sunday. following: have to try to make a .a I
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Ronnie Jones with banjo and guitar Alicia Dawn Baker had a happy second AID Honor Roll to cut down on consumption.: s e
entertained on Saturday at the Arts birthday on October 20! First Six Weeks Dr.Diaz advises parents to let their 3 3h
and Crafts Festival of the Lakes heldIn Donnie Brown celebrated his 18th Mrs. Jean Clark's First. Garde children get all the candy they wanton
Keystone Heights. All appreciatedtheir birthday on October 20 with a party Scott Branham, Scott Campen. Lon- Halloween then reduce It by half.
fine !fcAnniversary given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. nle Custer, Jessica Fisher, Regina I
Lawrence Meng. Padgett, Ann Carol Roberts,, David
CelebrationMr. Roberts and Darlene Rush.' United Pentecostal Church
and Mrs. Walter Richardsonwere ., Visitors Mrs. Vickie Beat's Second Grade: Pastors Rev.O.L.Wells
honored on Sunday at a reception Mr.and Mrs.Tony Reiser of Piqua, Melissa Byrd. Andria Fenton, Almee 204 N.Water St. ,
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs Morris Hodges,Amy Home,Shannon. Hughes ....7..ze ;;:
Laverne Wellons in celebration of Kohlholst of Sidney Ohio, were re- and Don Roberts. I I
their 20th Wedding Anniversary.Mrs. cent overnight guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Arlene Rich's Third Grade: Friday 7:30 p.m. Youth Services.
Richardson was presentedwith Paul Meng and family. Allison Archey Michael Campen, Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday School,7:30
a pink corsage and the table Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng visited Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes, Glenn p.m. Evangelistic .
decorations included pink mums.The their son, Joe, on Sunday at Ten- Friese, Mary Hill, Stefanie Hughes, Wednesday 7:30 p m.Bible Study.
decorated wedding cake was made by nessee Temple College where he la a Misty Koehler, Jerry Lolacano, Obey Acts 2:38. A hungry' person 1.
Mrs. James Campen. Many friends student. They spent the day sightsee Angela Mitchell, and Karla Rush. will search for food a person that
enjoyed the delicious cake,punch ana ing and visiting.Enroute Mrs. Mindy McLean's Fourth crave will March to b. completely/ I
other refreshments. to Chattanooga they stopped Grade: Tina Branham, Brian Davis, .alfa/led. ;
at CollinsviUe Flea Market In Billy Jwdan, Quinton Ford, Roy
Ilippy Birthday Alabama where they browsed aroundthe Payne and Terri Kennan.
Mr. Lynn Hall who celebrated his unique sights In that area. TheM Miss Claudette Peterson' Fifth :Ii
birthday on OctaberJS. was honoredat ... weather was quite cool there,and the Grade: Diana Cardln, Cassandra '
dinner at Morrison'sCafeterla foliage showed the lovely colors of Fisher. Sand Fries. Mlndv Heranv"ihd .
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Evelyn Vaughan and William Lahn. Enroute home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's Sixth NOTICE- I
Mrs. Hall was also a guest.Mr. Mrs.Dub Bodle where they spent Sun- Grade: Marty Aderhole, Randall
Hall was also Honored duringthe day night They returned,home Mon- Glisson, Tammy Peeples, Kim Smith
week with dinner hosted by Mr. day evening. and Sean Smith. I
and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of Bedford HAMPTON ELEMENTARY Mrs. Millie Galanos' Seventh
Lake. Mrs. Hall also joined In this SCHOOL Grade: Amy Clark and Melissa "
celebration. New Student Williams.
Dawn Manning celebrated her 14th Clinton Reed Brown was welcomed Perfect attendance was attained bya Imp FTJI v
birthday on October 19. as a new student In Mrs. Arlene good percentage of students. This
Wayne Kerschnen celebrated his Rich's third grade class on Monday. list will be published at the end of the !

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A man hadn't won the Telegraph Football Contest since the
first week of the pigskin-picking but James Daniels of Starke lF
broke the ladles' string by edging four other contestants with his j
tiebreaker last week.
Daniels missed just three choices but so did four others--Donna !... /t
Solze of Lav/ley, and S.E. Bassett Randy Jones, and Jimmy .
Crosby Jr. of Starke. The tiebreaker (total score of the BHS
game) was used with Daniels picking the lowest score ((24)) and I lOS,
closest to the 7-0 verdict CHS beat Bradford by. Daniels missed 'r ;' '
the Baylor win over Texas A & M, Wisconsin's victory over tl
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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their Immediate 3))In case of ties we will use the total points scored In the
familial welcome to anter, but there Is a J
are Bradford County High School game) each week (except
limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill In
the paints 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 gama was
office before 4 p.m. each Friday afternoon. Fill In all the Macclenny 17, Tornadoes 15, the correct total score was '
blanks with either the name of the team you think will 32 points.
win or "ti." if you think the game will end In a tie. Th.
person who picks the most games right will win the top 4)) All decisions of the! fudges are final.
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I .. at the parts warehouse In Starke'.'The Due. to not finishing-up with the
Ii by Don Sapp officers and sergeants are trained to training day until almost midnight,
Bt'T Bluff Writer lead by leading their men the men stayed in the barracks on R"* title 9 9n 9tM'
Descending upon Camp Blanding "It was one of the best and most enjoyable Camp Blanding, The buildings are
Saturday and Sunday Oct. 18-19 ) exercises that I've run,' said the result of an up-grading of the
were the 170-odd members of the 631st ISO J.E.Tomlinsim of the compass facilities' on the post surrounding
Maintenance Company, Florida Ar- course when he had finished. Kingsley Lake and they replace the
my National Guard, stationed in When something makes the First open fields where for years the
Starker Sergeant happy it. has got to be goo' ti. various units stayed in tents. u
The local unit (rained both at the Along with the night compass Tentatively scheduled to go. to sum t4 ,
Combined Support, Maintenance Shop course a convoy movement was conducted mer camp at Camp Shelby, Mississippi r -
on Camp Blanding and at the Armuryon with only the black-out lights i, the 631st will be going out .of slate
Edwards Road during the day being on. Making sure that all went tor. the first lime since the riot torn
Saturday before moving. t to the com right through the demanding route'' years of the mid-1960s. There the unit
pass course for a night exercise Concurrent down sand trails and gulleys was will be on its own to function as the
with the land navigation class, Motor Sergeant Charlie Schaefer, maintenance support' for the troops
was a night convoy under lights-out complete with chewing tobacco. there. A like unit will be sent to Camp .. ;
conditions. "It's not the easiest thing in the Stare' take-up I lie slack left by ; '
Made up of local citizen soldiers world to do, make a night move. We the bunch being away. /
the 631st has the highest combat were lucky, having a full moon and Looking' forward In the change are Teaching the Compass:
readiness rating given to a reserve all. There's a lot of people around almost the entire company mainly to s..o.o; \\uyne Doiwliixi IccnU-r) "."'N",,'r the fine | ..iiilxiif! IINIII"| it (.OIOIUUHH not limtf before 1II"IIII,e the ,del ire in
component unit that of C-l. This who can remember how we used to do be away from the heat, sandhills and 11 IK dark.
designation means the local company it in the old days when we used to go bugs of Camp Standing. __ __
is capable of being completely con' up to Fort Stewart, Georgia."saidSFC '
hat ready and deployable within two Schaefer. -
weeks if the need were to occur., The ability to move without draw .
Since readiness is the name of the ing attention ID yourself Is a prime c C
game I the ''re sobers geared In the goal since it greatly reduces the 2b : FREE PIZZA
needs of the in preparing vulnerability of a convoy In damage. + o, 0hl.
them fur doing their actual military What occurred Saturday night saw ,rZ, u
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jobs. Mechanics are trained to fix the men who are assigned to operatethe P Buy One Get; One Free p
trucks I by actually fixing military various vehicles successfully ac- .o With This Coupon ..! In or Carry Out 0
vehicles at I he Combined Support and complish the job of driving at night
:Maintenance Shop (CSMS). Supply without any lights other than faint I II N ((1 per family only) Offer good thru Oct. 31 I960M;,
men are trained to fill parts orders pinpoints termed "cat-eyes." I - - -

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Prison MurdersFive t ftln"- -.,3"

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Florida State Prison inmateswere years for escape, kidnapping and ag- '
indicted by the Bradford County gravated assault with a deadly 'Parmigiana DrinkNovember .
Grand Jury Thurs. Oct. 16, for the weapon from Columbia County. Dinner SS15
first degree murder slayings of four
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inmates in separate cases. ,- Craig, at the lime of the l incident, "I SpaQhettI"
Richard Sherman '"Bush", was serving 10 years for burglary e
Williams, 44, was charged with killing from Indian River County.. Boykin, at j $250 3 0'Dinner
Roy Huff, 41. Willliams according to the time of his death was serving a fIIIIiS.._
prison records, stabbed Huff in the 30-year term for second degree
stomach last July 16 (In the FSP-Q- murder from Palm Beach County Chicken
wing as Huff was putting trays In the .. Cacclatora
Death Row, dining room. Williams Hilbert Lee Walker 28, was In,, Is' Italian., ..' $489\
records show speared, Huff with a dieted for killing Johnny Braxton 29, \" Dinner .
I knife attached to a brwimstick. Huffing by stabbing him seven to eight times ... .
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,. robbery., Williams .lreIfBy"'Wlii 01i'! t"" '"\verlll'lllll1serJ Ici I/o/ > t it> breakfast., "'liP' |>ui'M WNsxlardsld| Kill| ll'LneCarItmlpu| << '' a Ilion/ truck burl together nt ) lano:'"
a ffe-senlence, for another FSP Walker is currently serving a the Combined Support I .Mitloteiuioi'o: ho..lf"'lIt.IIf". Camp KliimliiiK.!
murder well as additional years for 60-year sentence for armed robbery, Dinner' .395

burglary and escape. it\) Escambia County. SherifFs Annual "Chick en Bog" I'arty Sat. Pizza .,990'Tiny -

Jerry Blow, 31, and Robert Samuel BraxUm was serving a 20-year At 7"f "s \
Craig were indicted for murder in the sentence for robbery In Hillsborough Politics, University of Florida "All my friends. in Union and the One '
first degree for the death of inmate County. homecoming, and 'chicken bog" are rounding area are invited. There ':
Bennie J. Boykin, 36, slabbed seven James Agan, 56, was indicted for synonymous with I he annual October gill be plenty of groceries" Maid "'Little j' \)
times in the chest, abdomen and' first degree murder in the killing of party given by Union County Sheriff Whitehead. Italy
back with an Icepick-like weapon last inmate Dana Dewitt last Sept. 19 by John VVIutehead. Whilehend always denys I he annual ',\fIQ
Aug. 11. Records show Boykin had slashing his throat Records 'show The Sheriff concurcd a few outing has anything to do.wiih his birthday Restaurant "..,. :'
boon talking with a group of inmatesin Dewitt was found in his U-wing cell polilicans, might be on hand this I and ,says it i h. simply coin! ,:. "
the general population' L-wing and pronounced dead minutes later at Siilurdayl'Oct. 25) to dig into chickenpi cidence. ':
when the two men must have had a the prison hospital. lean mid corn on the cub t that will be With I the general election just 1460 S.. Walnut : Above Prices
difference of opinion. dl"hecilip about A p.m., Gator around the corner food and politicswill 964-6877 Good Thru Nov.
Blow is CUI'I't'IIIIY'sl'rvlllll a life Agan wasuerving a life sentence for fans a clmnco I to drive from probably heseivcrl in I he usually .,
sentence fur first degree/ murder from first degree murder at the time of the Guiiu'sville plentiful portions.. ,
Kscmnhia: C'ounty and life plus :ll) incident.Dewitt,:29, was\ serving a life .
term for first degree murder from
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Parked Car Pulls date has been set for the inmates :.' o...
charged by the Grand Jury to be arraigned .0. : .,
Into
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vehicles collided, after one of court or mites set fur their trials.:
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Tuesday> Oct. 21. al| J:10:: ) p.m. on
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Plymouth; station wagon operated hyIm.thn
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wife of SKI. Winston' II, Barber of the
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Florida Highway/ Patrol started< to 'C.pcalcll
make right( l turn onto Jackson Street
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Slat. ,ling/ .rill:Mrs.ill Barber Hn front then: struck the ." 138 E. Gail St. Starke's Own Bakery(, CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
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situation at Florida State stabbed to death three days earlier by been charged by prison officials with burning alcohol the disturbances Thursday officials Marled a searchof side Ihe prison to work.
Prison has been quiet and operationshave inmate Thomas Otis Knight. the attempted murder of Howland. spread from S-wins to T-wlng and the prison for weapons In which 40 Ball stated the Inmates love FSP
returned to normal since Fri Funeral services were held In Traywick was convicted last year of V-wing, All three wings house a totalof weapons were confiscated and 10 and the majority of them are only Interested -
day Oct. 17,a spokesman at FSP told Orange Park and a memorial servicewas killing a Miami man during a holdup. 300 Inmates, according to prison cases were made against inmates In breathing eating, and
the Telegraph Wednesday afternoon, held In the prison chapel for Officer M,S. Thomas was records. possessing them ,which Is against sleeping
,Oct 22. Burke. hospitalized during an Incident after clothes and the prison was quiet. state law. Bradford staled the! He slated some of the inmates even
A tense situation at FSP explodedwith Vernon Bradford, Department of the evening meal when he was burned The first night tear gas was used weapons were broomsticks! scraps, commit crimes in the system to stay
the fatal stabbing of a correctional Corrections spokesman, stated that burning alcohol that was set afireas Tuesday, Oct. 14, Inmates from and razor blades.Investigator longer.
officer Sunday, Oct 12 In five the Memorial service ended at 1:30: he passed ,the cell of inmate P-wlng, which houses disciplinary In- Ball staled at his press "Most of (them would like lo be In
days of tense activity prison officials p.m. and confirmed that CO Howard Booker.. Thomas was taken to mates, staged an hours-long distur- conference that about 50 percent of prison" Ball says.
twice used tear gas to quiet unruly inmates Howland was making a count of a Union General Hospital in Lake bance, flooding a corridor with weapons in possession of inmates bad Ball explained that FSP on all its
of the maximum security cellblock when an inmate stabbed the Butler where he was kept overnightand stopped-up toilets and throwing food been recovered by prison personnel wings have one-man cells.
prison A second correctional officer officer through the bars of his cell then transferred to Alachua trays and food into the corridor. during the cell by cell search. He explained the configuration of
was stabbed and a third scalded with with a homemade spear. General Hospital in Gainesville Prison officials used tear gas to quiet Friday Oct. 17, prison officialsgradually officers on a shift. He slated each
flaming alcohol during the five days According to Bradford, lowland Thomas has burns on his neck .and that disturbance eased the maximum shift has three officers to a wing, anda
of turmoil was stabbed through the chest with a upper chest Officials say the incidents were a security prison back to normal opera- sergeant for two wings.
All of the disturbances featured sharpened welding rod fixed to a mop Booker 211 was sentenced to FSP in reaction to a strict new security rule lion They allowed the inumles to This leaves a total of officers to a
during the three or four days of handle with the words "Death Row 1978 for murder and rape of a 94yearold requiring about 600 inmates housed in have regular visitation periods on shift. This Includes: 13 sergeants, two
violence featured shouting, breaking Hostage" scrawled on it. At first officials Alachua County woman. confinement areas about half the Sat., Oct. 18 and Sun Oct. 19, according lieutenants, and a captain. Those 17
windows, and lighting minor fires thought the third word on the Officers during the disturbances on prison's population to be handcuffed to Bradford officers cut down Ihe numbers
That was when other officers were mop handle was host but Sgt Leonard Tuesday, Oct 14, and Wednesday behind their back when outside their Increased violence at FSP led loan available for a shift. Eleven more of-
called to assist those on duty at FSP Ball prison Investigator, at a press Ocl 15, used tear gas to quiet the inmates cells order on Oct. 3 by Circuit Judge R A. ficers are used with 5 lower officers:
Bradford confirmed all three wings conference Friday, Oct 17, slated ?-wing was quiet during the (Buzzy) Green, Jr. who termed the Iwo for outside security (tn patrol the
were tear gassed and the distur- that further Investigation showed the Riot squads from the area prisons Wednesday disturbances, according violence at the prison an emergencyand prison Iwo assigned to the prison
bances subsided. word was hostage. Howland was about Sou-strong according to prison to Bradford. ordered I the DOC to move 372 of clinic l to oversee security, one in the
The inmates were issued new listed In serious condition at Alachua records,entered the building Wednesday Thursday, Oct. 16 after the morn- the least dangerous inmates to other control and ,one officer to run er
Rookie Correctional Officer (CO) General Hospital in Gainesville as night to break up disturbances on ing breakfast period prison officials facilities by Monday, Oct 13. rands.
Richard J. (Jim) Burke was buried this paper went to press three wings (that involved approximately locked down all the prisoners and did The District Court of Appeals in Ball told of being slabbed twice
Wednesday, Oct. IS, after he was Gary Henry Traywick, 22, a condemned 3M) inmates not let the news media or other per Tallahassee ruled Thursday, Ocl. 9, while he was a correctional officer,
murderer from Miami has After Thomas was scalded by the sons inside the prison. that it would be a hardship on other prior In his being promoted lo investigator
\ prisons In the system to have to ac- .
''r cept the inmates with so little notice Ball served six years In I the US.
so that court gave the DOC 45 days in Marine Corps and served In Vietnam

|Jury F inds Former U C I Employees InnocentOf order which lo comply! with Judge Green's was When worse this paper Vietnam asked or Ball FSP which, IIP

Ball explained ul Ihe press con pointed to the FSP buildings stating
I ference that coi reel lonal officers are that at least in Vietnam if an officer
Cruel not allowed to carry weapons while on got in trouble he had backup
and Unusual Punishment Charges duty In the prison He slated officers He was quite emphatic uf not having
: who carry weapons such as I he officers armed with anything
......, pocketknives are reprimanded, when more than mace.
they are found with these type Ball complimented the officers dur-
"inree former employees at Union dent was a plot by Hall an admitted pear" Wilkerson that he understood (hat If
Cjiircclmnal. Institution were found homosexual to get Into the same cell Two other witnesses, Hodges and he made false weapons ing the two incidents where tear gus
a statement' he could be
Ball stated CO's are allowed only lo was used! last week by slating that mil
with his hover.Testimony another former
innocent of cruel and unusual pUnishment UCI employee, charged with perjury.
a can of mace with them. officer u\'er'I'acted.
sexual of was presented at the William Watson Jr., who carry one
including battery a resigned Three state witnesses had testified
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former inmate at UCI, and a fourth trial by inmate Eldridge McRae who after the incident was made public, Wilkerson had been peeper went lo press conditions -
present during system, according, to Ball, gel oneweek's at the have been
former UCI employee was found innocent testified Hall planned the scheme to testified that they did not see any the attack prison quiet
orientation before I hey in tins week, .
of perjury in connection with the get transferred into McRae's cell penetration go according In BiartfuldRemnants

same case after a jury deliberated 45 Hall, since the Incident and arrestsof Larkin pointed out lo the court that . . . ... . . ..a - .. .1111. . . . . . . . . .
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minutes Thursday, Oct 16, in Circuit the employees has been released McRae asked for extra protection in
court in Luke Butler after three days from the prison system on parole. exchange for his testimony. Since the
iif I rial Larkin, in his closing argument, ac- incident Hall has been released on
As this paper went to press the cused Correctional Officer (CO) parole but has petty theft charges A AP AP
employees had not made application Mark Hodges, who reported the Inci- pending against him in Duval County
to the stale 1 lo be reinstated to their dent to authorities, of using it as a Wilkerson was acquitted of the per
jobs, according to a spokesman for means for advancement in the prison jury charge Larkin had filed a motion
the Department of Corrections in Larkin pointed out to the jury that to the court that the cases of the
Tallahassee. Norman was Hodges' superior. "It four defendants be consolidated and
Acquitted of sexual battery and was an opportune time for Mr. Acting Circuit Court Judge Elzie S.
cruel and unusual punishment are Hodges (to make a complaint," Larkin Sanders Bradford County judge had
Harold Dean Norman 32, of Starke: says. granted the defense request. prior to
James C. Wolfe, 30, of Macclenny and Hodges is the son of Bradford Coun- the trial
William Bennett 27 of Raiford. ty Commissioner E,W. Hodges, Jr. Keith Adams investigator for he
I James W. Wilkerson 33, of Mac "Should they be sent to prison on slate's attorney's office in Lake
clenny was cleared by the jury of ly- I he word of a homosexual,a convicted Butler, and Peter Turner, an investigator
ing lo investigators about the In- felon" Larkl.i asked the jury at UCI testified al the trial
cidents involved in (the case. "We can concoct stories all day they were present when Tobin inter
Testimony was presented to the long, but you should look at the viewed Wilkerson about the attack on
jury IK show t the trio forced former inmate evidence and not speculate why someone Hall. w
Eugene "Mahogany" Hall 25, did or didn't do what they Turner played a tape-recorded interview
of Jacksonville to Insert a baseballbat did." Assistant Stale Attorney Harris in which Wilkerson denied he
into his rectum last May 6. A. Tobin countered to the jury. was present during the incident,
Defense Attorney Thomas A, Hall testified that Norman took' (he denied any knowledge of it and denied
Larkin of Jacksonville, a former U.S. bal-shaped wooden object from a he had witnessed Bennett intimidating ,30%
prosecutor and a former circuit court desk drawer and instructed Hall to Hall by_slapping al!.him or, ', .1 y r1r
\ j I no-' 1IIn( (
judge in Jacksonville (old (the five- "stick it up his rectum. Hall testified' ,, punching at him. < I ,_.WI, s
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man one-woman jury that the inci Norman wanted "to see it disap- In the tape was a statement by "

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State Prison Sgt. Don Corrections information officer, told Ihe day after Ihe firing. f
Sprow was reinstated Tuesday, Oct. this paper that during Ihe incident in Sprow's being cleared of the
22. to his job after a day-lung hearing the shower Freeman received cuts on charges gives him back pay. The Off f T
by Ihe Stale Career Services Board Ihe lip and face requiring itches, but Career Service Board reinstated him
which heard charges that The Florida Freeman has fully recovered from lo his rank of Sgt. and his service rA .
State Prison correctional' officer used Ihe incident. record has been restored with back 1.t
excessive force on four different For several days at the time Sprow pay. t
counls was fired officials at the prison had A prison spokesman staled Sprowhas
Sprow will be assigned back on the other officers calling in sick, in been reinstated effective Tuesday uh
job, according to an KSP spokesman to Sprow. Bradford stated sympathy that Oct. 21, and his work assignmentwill Increase the Value of Your Home Bruce Hardwood RI{; .,oOooe
Sprow was fired last May 20 after (here was as many as 31.officers out be assigned to him al a later dale ')')1 :
he was charged on four counts of using
excessive force against an in-
male falsification nf reports making l f v
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f.iNoslatcmenls lo a prison Insp'clnral1d
asking others lo falsify reports il I
The filing Memmcd from an incident
last :March 5 on IJ-\V ing which sC (d
Death Him inmate dills Freeman e ee sp

.neaten.Freeman's murder conviction was ORi!' oYo)

overturned by I ho Florida Supreme Iol
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('hurt and n new (trial was ordered s
.'I''l'lnunas found menially in-
cuinpeleiil and he was I transferred to e ,

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toutint' "traffic cast IUl'l1l'dmln a
staike' ni.inheniK.il/ '" fur pilfer
MIX a pickup truck from a C.unesvillcmi.in No Wax Level
,\ 30% Mora For Your Money30with Flooring Loop
Hie iiiuk was recovered and the
in.in placed in the Bradford County Vita Fenn..Feed Efficiency
/,111/ 50% Off HD Backed
Kctnids.how Trooper DC MORE Is 30-t. Morel Sq. Yd. $399as
Kulx'il- 'uPP(1' a |Food pickup truck
,MI, :M.iikct loil Tuvsday night, Del
il tic. a vinl.ition'half mile Driver west uf lluey US-.Hl)Columbus onalnif I CATTLE HORSES HOGS low-as 92" Carpet. Sq. Yd.

WON .111 rested (careless driving and

((li iv, IIIK/ w'file IIIH.. license was suspended GARDEN F VETERINARIAN HERBICIDES Free Door Mat With Each Purchase *

A loiilineilieck l h>' "l"I"H'pl'ruhl'rl./ .. SUPPLIES SUPPLIES PESTICIDESlIBO
showed that 'the pitkup truck had
been stolen I front 1I.II'hIl'IIlIarl'ls.I( Gulf Rye Grass 8, Crimson Clover
;\K2'MhA\o: I: (;aoi esviIle. Store Wide
Remnants
Vinyl
( ottiiil \\brought In the /local jail
in M.iikc, where Deputy Mieiilf Don Producers 'I :"'"...1
A Demon rested Wail mi a I Chicken I Sale All Prices
Charge .if /grand Midi ol the stolen Some Large,
'kOne.
pickup 11 IK

VITA FERM HOG FEEDERS Some Small $199 Reduced ,

FEED SUPPPLEMENTS MINERAL FEEDERS

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price rises in consumer FENCE POSTS Carpet
prices in American history
when our dependenceon I
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October 2:1: ,11184I Page 78

Frank Williams Mrs. Terwillegar gave a report on
News BriefsCars . . . . . . . . . 8 Rep. the annual Florida Association of
Guest at B-U Realtors convention In Miami recent

\:. Board of Realtors ly. She was accompanied by Nbvls
I' '.. Ward. All
i nine boards In District I
Representative Frank Williams,
CollideIn Cars CollideAt Vehicles CollideIn open when he Investigated. District 23!, was guest speaker Thursday were represented.
Lane Change CenterA Carlln was brought to Starke and is, 7:30 p.m. at the Garden
Shopping Parking LotA being held in the Bradford County Restaurant, for the Bradford-Union
$450 recorded In Hunter
damage was a car- Education
89-year-old Starke woman was Jail. Board of Realtors
County Inc.
station
was struck by a
truck
with InJured wagon
pickup mishap no one -
charged with violation of right of way Rep. Williams explained the Course OfferedThose
Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 9:10 p.m. pickup truck In a parking lot mishapat
after being Involved in a two-car the Store lilt and Run ( amendments that will appear on the
when one of the'vehicles changed Handy Way Grocery who
persons plan to hunt In
mishap Thursday, Oct. 16, at 6:06 Nov. 4 ballot. He also discussed the
lanes and struck the other vehicle parking lot across from the power Georgia or of
on any the western
ReportedA states
Mishap
p.m. on Edwards Loop Rd., 100 feet In Starke Oct. 17 at availability of FHA and VA money,
US-301 ISO feet north of West .Call plant Friday, will need a Hunter. Education ceti
east of Orange St., near Starke'sBradford vehicle struck Interest rates, etc. Williams Is an officer
Street In Starke. 10:14: a.m. with flOO damage to the parked was by Title tiflcation card before purchasing*
Police records show a 1976 Ford Square Shopping Center. vehicles and no one injured. hit and run vehicle Wednesday, Oct. of Fla. & Mortgage Co. of hunting license,
Pickup truck operated by George 11,500 damage was done to the cars In- Police report showed a 1979 Ford IS, at 10:22 a.m. at the Bradford Orange Park. Cecelia Terwillegar, The last opportunity to
complete
volved. No one was Injured. station operated by Glenn Square Shopping Center in Starke. president of Bradford-Union Board, the
Marvin Norman. 16, of Rt. 1. Box wagon course and receive certification
201-A,' Lawtey and a 1976 Mercury Police records show a 1969 Lincoln Allen Logan, 27, of Palatka struck a $275 damage to the car that was Introduced the speaker.In before the Colorado hunting season
sedan driven by Stephanie Leigh sedan operated by' Benjamin 1980 Ford Pickup truck driven by struck but no one was injured. other business transacted, officers will be offered at the HamlWCounty
Davis, 19, of Palatka, were both Franklin Allen, Jr. was travelling Charles Bryant, 55, Rt. 1, Box 435, Police records show an unknown for the incoming year elected High School in Jasper, andVthe West,
west on Edwards Rd. when a 1974 to vehicle struck a 1975 Chevrolet sedan were: Lillian Pearson, president;
travelling south on US-301 when Norman Starke. Bryant was attempting Nassau High School in Callahan. Both'
started to change lanes and Plymouth sedan driven by Grace drive from the parking lot. owned by Loretha Brandley Clay that Vernle Odom, vice-president; Janet classes will
start at 9 a.m. and will be
Green Page of Starke pulled out of Starling Susan Faulkner .
struck the car In the right front. Bradford No citations were issued by was legally parked, on the left side, secretary; willbe held on October 18 and 19.
No citations Issued the Square Shopping Center Patrolman E.W. Wilkerson. and then left the scene of the mishap.The treasuer. Serving on the Board Course
were by police. material covered will be
and struck the Lincoln in the left side. Investigation is being continuedby : Cecelia Terwillegar. Hariett wildlife .
[ Patrolman Richard A. Bennett Maines of Lake Butler; Ralph Bryan management, landowner-
Cars cited Page for violation of right-of- Hampton Man ArrestedOn police. and Delano Thomas. sportsman relations, free and open to
2 Collide men, women and children 10 of
way. Cow Killed by Car Among those attending the Seventh years
ChargeA and
Backing From Burglary Annual Local Board Officers Leadership age older.
On Old Rd.A For
further
Lawtey
Information
Conference Oct. In contact the'
24-year-old Hampton man was arrested 27-29 Orlando
DrivewaysTwo Parked Car Hit for breaking Into a house and late model car struck and killed a will be: Terwillegar. Pearson, Lake City regional office at<
vehicles collided as they backed On North StreetA pilfering some Items from the black cow Sunday, Oct. 19, at 8:13: Faulkner Starling. Odom and Jane 1-800-342-8105.
up out of different driveways residence Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 2 a.m., p.m. on CR-16 a quarter of a mile Usher of Lake Butler.
Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 9:55: a.m. on 21-year-old Starke man was according to records of the Hampton east of Old Lawtey Road with $2,400
Lafayette Street 65 feet west of US301in charged with careless driving Thursday marshall s office. recorded in the mishap with no one in
Starke. Oct. 16, at 10:21: p.m. on North Marshal Fred Phillips,Sr. arrested jured. "Commercial, Residential & Upholstery Cteanhig"
$125 damage was done to the Street, 100 feet west of Pine Street in Robert S. Carlin on a charge of Police records show a 1979 Pontiac
vehicles Involved but no one was injured Starke with$1,500 damage to the cars burglary of a house belonging to John sedan operated by Robert Francis
: involved with no one injured. Crawford In Hampton and recoveredthe Dugo, 40, of Jacksonville was headed
Police report shows a 1980 Ford Police records show a 1976 items that were taken in the east on CR-18 when the vehicle struck
pickup truck operated by Jack Har- Chevrolet sedan owned by Earnestlne burglary.Records. and killed a black cow owned by Carpet Cleaning Service
rison Whipple, 49, of Starke, was Brown Williams, 28, of Starke, was show Phillips received a Leroy Thomas, Rt. 1, Box 19, Starke,
backing out of a private driveway on parked on the side of the roadway call that a man was loitering around that was standing in the roadway.
Lafayette Street when a 1973 when a 1973 Chrysler sedan operatedby the Crawford house. He found Carlin Lt. M.L. Sibley did not Issue a citation
Chevrolet sedan driven by Marian Clifford Eugene Harmon, 21, bf lying on a railroad track near the after investigating the mishap.
Lund Crosby, 83, of Starke was also Starke, struck the other car in the left house. Phillips recovered a glass CUFTON LUCK Ph. ((904)) 752-5074
backing out of a private driveway and side.Lt.. covered clock; an FM receiver and a
struck the Whipple vehicle In the right Denton Devoe cited Harmon for box of unidentified items. Phillips Owner Call Collect
side.N" careless driving.Speeding also d'wnvered' the door of the house
citations were issued "U li_
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Wheel Flies Off Car ,.

Causes $270 DamageThe Hits TreeNo fEAGLEIW =Friday

left front tire of a Middleburg one was injured as an unknown !
.
wnman'",".r rn rne off struck another driver drove his car into a ditch and o NAIM PENI
U a ser- left the car In It and left the scene,
r..... uutiiuu utiiuiu turning to rest on Sat. Oct. 18 with $150 damage on Lincoln es8ET
US-301 250 feet north of S. Walnut St. City Road 7/10 of a mile L1.
in Starke. The mishap Injured no one southeast of Starke.
but caused $270 damage Wednesday, Florida Highway Patrol records .
Oct. 15 at 12:05 p.m. show a 1972 Chevrolet sedan, going
Police records show a 1977 Pontiac east on Lincoln City Road at a high Kings 100's '5" ea 11:
sedan operated by Maria Durrance, rate of speed,ran off the roadway intoa r Packs 63' plus tax 'rMawe
48, of Middleburg,was northbound on ditch on the north side of the
US-301 when the left front tire came highway and struck a tree.The driver KgrT. MOZ.MNMPMWASMED
off, struck an unknown vehicle In the then left the scene, according to the MANS tf
southbound lane and then headed east highway patrol report.
and struck a gas pump and the Charges are pending location of the SAVE 1.9 ---10 00 'roT:1011fd0MOTOII
building of Sid Shuford's Chevron Service driver. .
OIL
Station. The Pontiac then cameto lo prevent .h'I" .D.. ww1ose-
rest 63 feet from where the axle WAS with a.r.r oWokN..ndsbbr-*- .
first touched the pavement.No 2 Hurt SaturdayAt ae.t 0 t.ck.dev..L..r.w a ,:
citations Issued _.........ban's_ !\
were by police. {
301 IntersectionTwo .
/ICi,, SA bodt.d 100% nn. 2S48.ShopwhcnevoiardoXarbiiysfTJore "
P .Lriww oil Sen.rlQInUS s Miles.
Truck Hits Car people were Injured when a "

During Lane Change pickup truck turned Into the path of a Save up to 50%
car Sat. Oct. 18, at 8:09 p.m. at the
An Improper change of lane was intersection of US-301 at Market RoadIn
listed as the cause of car-truck Starke. o0LLclona
mishap Mon., Oct. 20, at 9 a.m. onUS $2,000 damage was done to the
-30t fonrmites south Starke withFlo3daHighwajr vehicles involved. $1 I'4L Iii
no n fnc(.,I?, ,!daj t ..B.IIvelUc 9j .' Police..rport showed a 1971 Ford v. a ,w
WEER8 t27
d. -j ....., h.til' pickup truck operated by David J. M/I/
Patrol cords Bellinger, Rt. 2, Box 1048, Starke,
show a 1977 International truck turned into the path of a 1970 Ut'
operated by James Green Goldin, rT, Chevrolet driven by John Elmer Hig- 27 says 29% save 24 savsl aw1 !,! s% uw 23% 4'
of Savannah Ga., and a 1977 Datsun ginbotham, 43, of Lawtey and struck ,
sedan driven by Mark Vincent Payne the pickup truck in the left front. WAS $1 = 31 3 s e 7s- OUH NTsi w 4 2P3
17, of Orange Park, were both southbound Records show Beverly Forsyth, 16, JfcW PHWSTINA
on US301. Goldin then steered of Lawtey a passenger in the pickup e.f>I(.CAROLINA POKER OR BRIDGE SPIC AND SPANCLEANSER 111"TALL ALL PEG TOY3I MEN'S SWEATSHIRTS MEN'S POCKET
the truck to the right, changed lanes truck and Bella Higginbotham 40,of BATHROOM TISSUE PLAYING CARDS FASHION DOLLS CHOICE OP OVER 40 LONG SLEEVES T-SHIRTS. IRREOS.
and ran into the rear of the compact Lawtey, a passenger in the car, were
taken to Bradford County Hospital in
car.Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Goldin Starke for treatment of Injuries.
for Improper change of lane. Lt. Denton Devoe cited Ballingerfor

Gars CollideI D.W.I. and violation of right-of- ;J

\ way.Cyclist
Funeral Processiono AvoidedCar YOUR

Involved In Hits Light PoleNo CHOICE
a mishap
10 cars were
sew ue AVI UP TO 1tH i 1 save 14% save 21 vs 3
funeral procession Sunday
during a one was Injured when a car
Oct 19, at Site-pint.'on Pine Street struck a power pole after a bicyclist WA$4O CAMP WAS WAS
$8 45$1
VISE ... PAIR ,, I
300 feet north of North Street in pulled Into the path of the car Sunday BENCH ar. PJieC
Sta&e, with $500 damage to the Oct. 19, at 10:20: a.m. on South Lake 1714 LB.SIZE WERE'UP HAND SAW PAIR OP Itt TON 80 PAGE LINED SHAVE/MAKEUP MEN'S NYLON
veH esttrnmlved'and no one Injured. Ave. in Lake Butler with $1,500 PACE TABLETS TCH.OT WRENCH 3F < JACK: STANDS NOTE PAD MIRROR W/STANO HAIR BRUSH WARMUP JACKET
PI lice(KM! wowed 197S Pontiac damage to the car.
sedl n opjjcw*' b; plva Hampton, Florida Highway Patrol report
Jr. and a 1979iPpi Oac sedan driven showed a 1973 Chevrolet sedan .
by Teen Yountf ',93/iIU. 1. Box 861, operated by Karl Brandt Laberthal
Watto, "fta't!.funeral procession. 15, of Lake Butler was southbound on
You ig stop+} t qwn Hampton ran In- South Lake Ave.when a bicyclist pull-
to t e back oFtHetther vehicle.L ed Into the path from a side street. ,
M.L. Issue a citation Laberthal swerved to miss the bike
investigating .
-, ifter the mishap. rider and jumped the curb to a.w 1e% savsf says 1.88! save 1 uavs 1Z% wsJE s 18% save 10%


Bike Rider Injured W.M.sideswipe No citations Abrams a power were who pole.issued investigated by Trooper the r-$2 ::: $9 :: '38 r s 1 6P1 = 25 = 25

is Run
Stop Sign mishap. RUG RUNNER. AM/FM POCKET TRACK PLAYER' 6"WOVEN WOOD VOTIVE CANDLE SHORT SLEEVE BETTER MAKER
oDe person was Injured as a van' CANDY STRIPED SALAD BOWLS CANDLES KNIT TOPS, 8.M.L. BRAS 32A-40C
struck a bicycle with $35 damage to ;
the vehicles involved Tuesday Oct. Theatre' '
14, at 2:27 p.m., at Waters and Florida N 1 W
Washington Streets in Starke. '
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Police report showed a 1976 Starke 964.5451 lL' rFSE
Chevrolet Van operated by Charles )
Ray Wheeler. 24, of Keystone- Fri., Sat. & Sun. 0 3

Street Heights and, was a bicyclist southbound,Tommy on Waters Wayne ID1 sayN. .....' sawn. !!vs!. Haws 1i" save 13%

Lane, 14, of Starke, riding a 2 Inch Osia OUR OUR
Motorcross Bicycle was eastbound on S1 pwc* s OMCOUNTpmca '1 i DISCOUNT PWCI s i = 21S1 32.88 3P2 I
Washington Street and did not fora
stop
MEASURING CUP OBLONG METAL ROUND METAL ENAMELWARE COIN PURSES ACETATE PANTIES MEN'S NYLON SOCKS ;
stop sign. Lane's front tire struck SET, S PIECES SERVING TRAY SERVING TRAY BOWL 9'A' SIZE W/KEY CHAIN SIZES 8-10. COLORS AND WHITE ,:
the right side of Wheeler's van. The
Impact bent the rim in the front of the r"4.'S'oMsl '
bicycle. :
Lane was taken to Bradford County ,
Hospital Starke for treatment of in- '

juries. :'i A UNIVERSAL nC1l1RE :,;

Leaking Valve Closed ..
By Hellbron FiremenThe ShowtlmesFrfdav !! Bawl ....1G% .!!!!!. rJ CJ sew up ifs 111% saw ?J% saw 2,%,

Heilbron Springs Volunteer 7:10-8:66: : j1 s WAS a OUN DISCOUNT s 1Ji'1 i = 211.50.31'1 '

Fire Dept.was called to Olln's Trailer 8at..Sun. 6:30.: 7:18-9:00: : PNGU JJfHHNTENsrry PMC* ...I t ,
Park on CB-18 Friday night Oct. 17" / MEMO WOODEN EXPANDO SPOON AND CHROME FLATWARE! ,COTTON TERRY TERRY PUFF ,
to assist with a malfunction In a 'PAOwmtPEN WALL BACK DESK LAMP SPATULAIIET ____I/us DI6HTOWEL8mv DISHCLOTHSOOTSIK 'It

mobile home and standby to help prevent 301 Drive In up to 80%I AVCRASPMNHOirtLIMIT
a gas leak. ( I)WAS A**...-117 ,.
Records show the mobile home of @it OXY-S AOIBVPIMPLI ,

Frederick Kelly had a malfunction In Fit Sat;Sun. a Mon. =r--- MEDICATION\ ga yf s B_. the gas tank valve relay which caused n 8UAVI SHAMPOO*
gas through the mobile home i 4. elks CONOmONMS y
and surrounding area, according to Angle Dickinson ki .. MASSeNOUUMCCICATtO ISot WAS 44-8II08AIIUI"M"|'"H TIT J
HSVFD records. '
HSVFD quickly responded and shut DRESSED TO KILL ...Tutu PIa.WAS OCHDCH A .a>>l.lWRAVCSOPTPaWM l131 ......
pit the leaking valve and prevented :=cu.r't = .&.- wAS Inpa was $.8
What could have been a urge. and .plus* L IRl 1 ] Plat I 2' A Ex.....r 'AM-.1.90 $4 ...t I
.destructive explosion. COLQA"-'OOrnPMTa CUSHION SCUFFS. I MEN'S A BOYS* )40ABt
A spokesman for HSVTD told this +T"r"wea. 7..WM...... .I.C8 W/WEDOE HSEL I BASKETBALL SHOES SwWTEEL
paper that firemen remained at the George Hamilton h

scene until the mobile hems park was KEYSTONE Hgts.
safe and secure.: LOVE. AT FIRST BITE
312 W. Madison St. Hwy.21C100STARKE
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3B, I- ::; UCloberZ3I980 eventful Learn how to Grocery bag masks will be made
through an past. limited ten.
,
Genealogy Workshop with little mood music- dogs howling
!' to start your own family's genealogy. Please sign up or call the-public a booing
BeginsNov.3' .;'> Come to the Genealogy workshop at library at fI 64- 400. There will be a creaking chains, ghosts

6iSP At BC.Public LibraryHave '. the Bradford County Public Library nominal donation of $1.00 per person an3ltU those other good hideous scariest scary or

.'Nov. S, 8:30: p.m. h)'7:30 p.m. The. to help cover (the cost of handouts to sounds. Make the funniest,
youi isvW dreamed Uat you Genealogy workshop 'for beginnerswill participants.' saddest face that you can think of.

were a directdescendant of Lady ; consist of four.sessions each
,**, .' GodIva Is It possible that tMYeason Monday night in November for 1 hour. Mask Making At In order to keep up your goulish

J you and Bart Reynolds are look-alikes, Every session 'will-cover a different' spirits or strength ghostly trick or

U that you're third cousins area In genealogy In order to help the Local Library treats will be provided. .

,Discover* the truth; trace .your person Just starting out to begin tracing 'Tired of your face Need somethingto
family's root and ancestors: back : their roots. The workshop will be hide behind The librarian 'aerieral warns that

I Children from first'gcade and up masks-making may be hazardous to

: are invited and warned that.your your health. Scaredy-cats beware at
Union County AdsWANTED SISTER, $SARA TEMPORARY PART TIM JOB local haunted public library will have the Bradford County Public Library I IYou '

: OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT'POSITION a monstrous macabre, masks- all come and have a howling good
; Advice On All ProblemsLet
,. ,3=i. Me Ml/lft Past AVAILABLE making on Oct. 30 from 3.4:30: p.m.. time.. '
Horse Teaching Unit
BASIC SKILLS TUTOR/S
Try To VJ* Present
Help You*"' Future Salary Sf.OO/HR. Open House

With Your Family GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Tutor children The University of Florida's Horse

HELP WANTEDcontent Problems Affairs who qualify as Migrant according to the Teaching Unit will hold an open houseon

IZ Per Reading federal code of regulations. The instructional Sunday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. until

LOST AND will be closely' SIMMS T<7 S. Bill St. content will be closely! coordinated with the 4 p.m. in Gainesville.'

WANTED I or 2 bedroom FOUND coordinated with the child. Mocclonny Fl.' 32063 child' regular teacher. Horse owners and Bradford others are Invited
at the County
to meet
home 121 HBO Door to ,
on small 'lot In lake regular teacher. Location: Hwy.
Butler' area will consider LOST ORIV KITTINi Female, Suwannee County; Live Bakery NOTICE OF Agricultural Building on North 301 at
Mobil. Ham or small vacant approximately 9 months Oak and possibly Brand- LOCATION Suwannee County: Live Oak and PUBLIC SALE 1 p.m. to travel together. Entire

lot. Call 496-3888. old; last seen Sot., Oct. 18. ford; Bradford County; possibly Branford. Bradford County: Brooker, i The following repossessed families may attend. Horse

2lpd 10/23 10/30. Dark green color with gold Breaker Starke and Classified Starke and Lawtey. Union, Columbia, property will be cold at Demonstrations are planned for 2

bell. Lost near Intersectionof lowtey, ; Union Columbia Deadline Hamilton and Madison Counties. public sole, on the 3rd day p.m., according to Lowell Parried
andothers
PERSONALSERVICES 2nd St and 3rd Ave. II' Hamilton and Madison of November, 1980 at 11:00: 4-H Agent. Four-H'ers families
seen call 496-2832 before 5 Counties. Tutorial employment Noon yadeW Tutorial employment and location In these A.M. located at Community may attend. please arrange

p.m. or 496-3284 after 5 and location In these. counties Is dependent upon establishing a student State Bank. .U.S. your own transportation.The .

CUSTOM MADi p.m. Itchg 10/23. counties Is dependentupon WrsYM Identification program and then followIng Highway 301, Starke. Horse Teaching Unit Open
DMAPIRIESlProeestimates establishing a student Florida and may be In. House and 4-H are open to all without
local HELP WANTED Identification program FOR SALE up by Initiating a student Instructional pro- ,peered any time prior to regard to race color sex or national

distributor for completely and then followingup Fishing Boot gram. sale at the above location on gin. For further information about

washable' nationally TEMPORARY 'AlT.TIM I. by Initiating a student 14 ft. fiberglass during business hour 4-H, please call 0644280.

advertised Gards.ttiDraperies. Job opportunity announce Instructional program. w/18 hp J..on. motor QUALIFICATIONS A Valid Florida Teachers' Make: 1979 Cadillac '

saw Enterprises. ment position available, Florida Qualifications Teachers': A valid and .18'Ib. thrust Certificate.AN Coupe D.viII.Serial --- -

Ed or Lome basic skills tutor/ Salary Cer Mlnlkota Trolling motor f6D47S99188399.
tificate. An Equal Opportunity EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. I
SI.ph.n.496.2219 S3 per hour. General Gator Tilt trailer The Merchant National I

5/1/80TFN. responsibilities: Tutor application Employer.to: Suwonnet Submit 700.00 Submit application to: Suwannee River lank and Trust Company. 'r -1 i

children who qualify as River Economic Council Call Economic Council Inc., P.O. Box 70, Live Oak Seller reserve the right

CRAWFORD'S COMMERCIAL. Migrant according to the Inc. P.O. Box 70 live Oak 431-1640 after 4.30fopd : Florida 32060. ATTENTION: Personnel 'a bid. KeystoneArea
TERMINATING CO.i Serving
federal code of regula Florida 32060. Attn: Per- tchg 10/23. Itchg 10/23.
homes, business In tions. The instructional sonnel. Itchp 10/23.
*
Union. Bradford Columbia -
C'"ntl.4963'i86; Col.

lect. 7/3 TFN CHG.
GARAGE SALIi 340 NE 3rd

St.. homo of Rusty Wad. 1 AdsFOR

25.near 9 lake.a.m.Saturday until noon.Oct YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE

Tools electric curlers.vaporizer .


items.ltchg,10/23. mltc. GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S

YARD misc.SAlll Items.Furniture Thursday-and FOR SALE

Sunday. 450 S.W. 3rd St..
ACRES SR-100 LAKE LOTS AND
TWO
near ACREAGE--
lake Butler. Itchg 10/23.
YARD SAlll Sat., Oct. 25. near Keystone, Heights Keystone Height, owner
GAINESVILLE SUN
... p.m.. clothes, kitchen $300 down 66.84 per financed 10 percent In-
gadget, book odd and month. Phone 473-4058 or terest. Lots on clear, sand

.nds. Lori Godwin near 473-4367 after 6 p.m. bottomed lake, priced to
Johnson' Star SR-231. tfnchg 11/20 sell Irom 9000. On. to

I tchg 10/23. CLASSIFIED SECTION. live acres overlooking
YARD SALE 933 S. Lake FOR RENT (access available) with
school. nice trees from S3.300
Av. near high Furniture -
dishes, IIn.,... antiques 2BR UNFURNISHED HOMI on $300 down $30 a month.
25 and 9 Swan Lak.. Stove and Commercial frontage--
'c. Oct. 26
a.m. until. Itchg 10/23. Shop The Sun's Classified section refrigerator. Adult "0po" Investment opportunity.
.
STAIVIVV'S SCRAP $165 month. 475-1927 SR21N. Owner-salesman.

METAl'l 490 SW 5th St. 0'372.I 953. Itpd 10/23 473.4375.. tfnchg 10/2

Lake Butlor. Cash in your lea STUDIO-completely furnished .

hands for your aluminium day for shopping values. on Little Lake AKC DOBERMANSTopquality
every great Geneva. A/C.
cares. Copper radiators, only. You are Invited
batteries! brass, steel, cast 225month. to visit our kannels.
Iron newspapers and corrugated KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY 473-1228.

boss tied In REALTOR WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN
bundles. Can make 473-4961
tfnchq 10/2
.
Itchg 10/23
pickups. Please call

4962773. Hours 9 a.m. to Sp.m. Nde.r-.OO".P..Putl eMporlonco ftocomsary.rent cnaroo. COMPANION WANT.OTall..c..v aldorly parnral DflNTIST procHo ParttBury*. Maoly to Oapt,* .' BOXER AKC PUPPIE--fawn:
Monday Thursdayand Nall __...-. o/vtllo molttarbatwaajp. Good rafaranca Call P-I79V Sun orawor A*, Oalnatyviiia .: PERSONAL black mask 150.
Friday Saturday 9.1 .rMaarftt Carder 377-Mai, dF _' Jo--- 3754105.ALUMINUM Fta. 3aaoa. T t..,,..;, ......."". r 1.. i K.ystone.-/tetgkts area.
AV9lTTlM To c.r. for Ifmontn SCREEN ROOM a. ', .. SERVICES 473.3512.4fchg 10/9-10/30
call .
p.m. Evenings _)May hi my homo(NW3wm SIDING APFLICATON9. Only A"
7823029. TFN 10/16. AW*, oroal, Mon-wod-Fri.* wrv experienced need ._''V. To SoIl LITTLE OVER AN ACRE lot
aIS: at -":OOpm.,TS-/4 a. 3"'-_. laav.nama*nvnrtbar. Cell 317-<>"l.473-Msy CARPENTER WORK north of Keystone, off
just
Will BASYSITl In homo. '
my
.
CASH I CM ..V TIME Remodeling work kitchen SR21. 3200. 4732347.
Fenced yard and hot MOTORCYOfKfOiAWClMtMrl.mco :
f@W naodad immadlataly Apply In cabinets and trim
mals. Janice Noegel sV paraon- Pith and Brawc Ravtatt pfaforrotl. .ZMCOtloi.tIt0 2tpd 10/16-23
4962510. 4tchg 10/23 C." 11 rant 15-ta Watt Unly A.... a app5tSNNty.Call 31St'7a. carpenter. Reasonable TRUCK TOPPER-$199 and
WATRESSESWATDOOR PERSONSERS. AIR CONDITIONING NURSES AIDES' price Call Ed Dempsey at
COOKS $239. All .1.! .., styles and
11/14. All shins. AcxXv.t 1-75 AM BARTENDERSR Air condltlonlna and haattnomacttemlc All shins. ,Must be oMN1.4A001v 4732477. tfnchg 10/2
LOUIS YOUNG HAS NIW ,. M or aiao sw iam St. Paid PEOPLE TO WAIT TABLES and 'Installers wantad. In osrsan colors. 473-4321. tfnchg
aeatlon profit marlno. Imur- LAMPLIGHTER LOUNGE Top pay fringe "'n."' .. 00111I.N.A.t.o Carrier ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
WORKDAYS Mr. Young inca baooftt T wafffa Homo. NW tO AV.1. Call 3l ......... .4000 sW 201t1 Avg 1016REFRIGERATORS
Closed Monday 8
meetings ,
will be available Tuesday.
.
Thursdays and Saturdays p.m. Open meetings Friday .ORVfRS-.TVs.-oeds.-
8 p.m. Alanon Monday Chests.. and
only for yard work. Itpd Dining living
8 Matson 7
10/23. p.m. Monday room furniture. All very

JAMES E. JOHNS will not be p.m. All meetings In reasonable. 4734521.
responsible for debts Educational Building Com tfnchg 10/16
other 199 CME V ROLET.4 door_ .7. Subaru er... a. lltro an- Pontiac Flrablrd, air.AMFMmtoroti.tlltwttaal. munity Church. tfnchg USED BUILDING MATERIAL-
made by anyone _'Ie, HX3.000 ...._ BMCeW .1115. 4 wtia.il drlva. AM...... air T-Too* 10/2.
than himself. tlofMflv Bead comMffon.._ ronbar :30 MPG aNcollont. condl: 11-0.7,300 am@arm. P..... lumber aluminum windows
2tchg 10/23 10/30. "......Call_-. Nan moo ,/..... Sfudxtf. 377-4)27' .drys or a/aaaaS 5M3 PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING galvanized tin, 3000

FRET KITTENSThree 1577 CNRYS e RLE.A5ON API TRIUMPH T..-. (*79>. a trocll '..TRANS _Only 0A000/.. and wallpapering.Phone used brick. 1968 Renault
AMPM. t.5.. 11.r AM-PM ..f.rr.. tow mlloaoa, rand nor tlrea, fully loaded.15A00. .
female kitten. Call tn": _. 5MW ........ -... w m MPG. 131to or b. off r. 4732741. 15av. ) 473-2477. tfnchg 4-door. 473'7017 2tchg
.......-.3749 ..,,-. 3..._.. SwdM1t. 4132710' .f1w 5:30: .sk far 10/2 10/16.23 1'.
431-1339 anytime. Itpd
1070 CADILLAC PI twodB.rpgh.m. 1972 SUPER ...TL.. .._. PLUMBING REPA4RSlorryTeogue NICE oak desk.
10/23. .....11/_ _"..... lent _II..... 55..-. AMPMC..0 73DGDGEVANB2GOM7S [) ( ( Plumbing. STEREO ;nice1
="l1trltl'- ras0r1sW5 Leak.1115 nor .,_or ml MM on ortolno,SIAM dresser with mlrrarvl'flltfU'
::
6-.r onw. 3710775 ,Stod.n$. Call 37an.. 4751513. tfnchg 10/23 cabinet and 2 sets,of golf,

INSURANCE K PONTIAC A.Iry wO.an, tall. SAAB SONNET 1**>. ..n umnualoarts '*"? BRICK wildcat. Mum oro.it.II *T3 POMO VAN aowir, JAN'S HOUSE OF clubs, 4733325., Jtchg;
ells De.-5' .I.1./ne, subn.tie. CM'4 __. luxury option ..,. _'PM. Bowar '... stew::: GLAMOUR. Hair cuts $3; .
,,
rant _. brataM. recent 10/23 i
MAINfS INSURANCE AGENCY sir tents 1..u 42.000km a0. Witstt / 4 utomatlc now ful folly cumtomlMd Intortor ft
25 5505. .C.1/-f. $3100 INN basic 35M OWN, S* 61300.off. tun.-vp. InlO.ct.d tttrw '.!. aOO. ..... new nr.a, must W/. shampoo and set. $,. HOME ENTERTAINMENTCENTER25'
.
160 5. Lake Av., lake ...374.4ttsw 775'/NOav.O. Cull 374dwtar semi- -- 37,.rln.nw, 5.30.: .t._. 3a4 Grand Opening Special ,
: : color.,1'-'A" '
Butler. 4963978. Complete n."f 475-1508. Itchg 10/23 8-track. stereo AM-FM,
Insurance
Service. TFN
REDUCE safe and fast with radio like new, $430;,also,
... a ,
black and white
,{Tf GoB... Tablets a E-Vap! television,
FORSAIE .. "water pills." Andrews with stand, $50. Phone

4733666. 2lchg 10/23-30..,
;
Pharmacy KeystoneHeights. ,
u
OFFICE AND
SCHOOL SUP
/ 'JL\ 10/23
2tpd
PLIES. OlFTSjSee; Union HOMES FOR
10/30.
_
Times Monday .u -"
County open '
1
and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. ; SALE .

to 5 p.m., Wednesdaycloied GRAND H.W. HW 3 so a OWNER AON1isorpI em ,PER ACRE .oo acres nib CARS ftTRUCKS !
Thursday and Fri Sam. Rrao.C4 breakfast 0055.dosO *msx bam. leap*a. rocro wooded f toel. AN 0.5'n. 1.055 _RM 2wets NSW 3SR 28A energy-
.. ...._. I ocr. 0' and at $03 SW Arcttar .... ...... good 10.550. ..%,. 505 L. efficient home wooded
day 8:30 a.m. till noon. ...... 421500. 11- P. McO5'nCNl OOP ownar n......_ 37..**7.V m. 'nc. "ALTO.S. POSUN on
1974 VEDA $350negotiable. REALTOR.. 37e477S.On 17., OumrMOon. Fl. 33550. "A.4W2261. half-acre lot, paved
A PRETTY HOME on 41 preshlOrlw nMt.Lake MKNr.my 1971 TRANS AM-fully loaded .

.Camper top for rr w.7M/RY.1A 1 ,; v..wsaw.5er.54esd.d : ...Iii.'c'r.I*......Io'.. ._. OWMBH. 3 .M.a PORCHES.64r50rt. with new tire*. Phone carpet.streets 39900.CH/A Swan, W/W lake
long bed excellent .
pick-up, I IOOIn K5y9NrH.ighr. by 1512 N. am Awnue.slM1.r .
7 acraie fancadl rural.Naw 473-2720 after 530. ask for
condition $150 negotiable.Call .540'.. 4174)44myoo.nar .___... 313-107' floor*, walls and wlrins" Estates, lot 23 located on
pored-MlWW.ev Bob Smith. 2tchg 10/16-23 SR-26. 2 miles of
494-3287 or 46-3123 COMVtlNl 5NT NW LOCATION east
1o5'11e.71 e op::1 1w. : load and tffnr**. Very loroa Molrose.
Office
on MMIn Lot 2.
OWNER / on
aft.r 5 p.m. 10fJFN.GUARANTIED -.....- --,...... t/a'hanks with attached aoraoo. 051x1.54 _45r... IsOdlri1rVi54b /. m CHEVY station
AMWAY .dean 0.-54.00417tiT3, fflramaco. tHfo* .lot wttti aond atproparty Jesse Keene Builders,
= =L odSsfW: sl! wagon; 2-dr., no broken
* PRODUCTS for ivory need % on
POUR BLOCKS PROM uNI. My OWNEROUNTRVLIVINOVERSITY. maolannortqa-a l.3?*!. Do/ptn..n0_ 377-596 glass some rust. Need
n's .Crgo cM.. 9 SRL a 8.11..NC.ILM ONE OWNER I 1260
.
arelu.| a phonecall a .R. 2 be"" Ott.
away. "
Investrrl.M asl3arwwNTsetse.., oaw: n.. 2 Car SO MICK HOME...a tMffi ftroplac SV ovvNUis- an. i 41.10..cent work. $500, or trade for Oakbrook mobile
We deliver. Phone .. .. ._.... hM.Ir. nfcwyl home
lye Only MIA00.O.ad5rma ac' 1 acre 100 S<| "' Hvlna fullv urpMxl
496.2599.4'pd 10/2 1t.warl R Iy Q.Ir15.w11N, eassd:, .y 1M.b kW. d.WN car Bar.3. Call:: I mfe 3 w _... .. '
.
s. 12aw
10/23. One.. REALTO 7T 34N -311474-4:3: arson 4 as os s. value. 475-1314 between r.nlal'ol' with access to

LOCK HOME 3 bedroom. 2 8.00: am and 9:00: pm. Lake Geneva. 2BR ISA.

bath sunken living room Itpd 10/23. 6700.
17 acres. Phone 752-8O29 B 3/4 PERCENT loan for 27

(no collect call..).Located WANTEDCASH years. 253.57 par month
near Providence.4tpd 10/9 Pal balance of 31273.64
1030. on this brick 38R 2BA
J -
FOR GOLD. darling,
home. 12x15
RICK NOME on 1.2 acre 3 diamond kitchen
jewelry coin
3bath equipped family :
bedroom room
HAM Will visit home
,fireplace. carpeted. 1.800 .CNH WMS0M is roll .._- li8FIIIO.IltATOM.OCIf cu. ft., rvn acad. 5104' :.i/, MAOIOWQUIPMSINT anywhere.3765235.your Mr. fireplace. CH/A fenced

.a. loot living area. 37442.6Raw -.-. $76116190a" m. n.._*ner* Rittman. Phone collact.Ifnchg yard. $43.000 and ready to '
130,000. Breaker.uJS.I ** otao
474. s* mat. -
'
NONDA. K1C" ''OOS5 12) 10/9 KEYSTONE
tVlC Slo s.e. tMO. Komnara natural
IO/9 TFN. n CateWAMN'a BR 1041,1111..n a-c a*:ro;77-3/W.377.ISI tn end Oil rtfrloaro-*. fw"l".J" ear...f It:.'...erN1. for WE BUY used furniture, appliance HEIGHTS REALTY
SIZE tar, ? REALTOR
Twe UO-IS used ...
= Mrv.tar -_.377-Sef ar 375'1.3 M.NUPPV / and aluminum
tread, lEM OV.N.L_. Bead 473-4961
coal snag type ...ri 1 TOASTER RNR11e Ma54w' truck topper Phone
Call ba-
tOfl. =
; :
wheel. for Itchg 1023KEVSTONI
Con a
SAO
pair. of-ed. S 0. ell.ee
.. Want-- 4734521. 10/16
COY .. SlursNRs tfnchg
.f-l ,1r' 541 5556 A/go ad" rgrMIlelad -
tact Donna Davis Lake call HEIGHTS secluded.
'" -- Ceases. c.mm WI HP 00545r MAINTENANCE PERSON for -
1i1 OFT OMIMK er-;
Butler Apparel 4963601. cost dr.chow tvp5. Game C.II0.to. .Ira .- 7 2BR 2BA furnished
.. w... Call ....M'. er4M5' animal hospital part-time. he-..
Itpd 10/16. COUCH A CNA8 IWO 00w.5115. KISO BMI T_". t** Iam .._ Involve 473-3834. Ztchg
TI6ltu a _005 500oo h. cast e> Here.Htm. cleaning yard 10/23-30
ORS / SMlMm
FOR SALE for OA"PU.NITU. NSVar U.Se
Mm w before.soar.us.1I. :0:1:1':
sort .
CeH be
ral"Sond.sR 1.rf15. tl/'-, SPACE NSA revel 005.k.rOOM15 something of equal value, ono_ awe And/a0/.k side COUCH. M.eaNUNRyd... H with :: ea,. tank neat ambitious.
c1271,3M4sN5N
1974 Pontiac-Grandvllle rr01. xmr1m Wads L ivea.at. Braman500A'C.4Nd Mend.11.4 Ir5Ntrykl5' .
MISCELLANEOUS
and 1978 Honda XL 250 S eve. Ioaw, 575ser.l.NS,.IS- HID.A-O SOPA.501dCM0N-. allwN.l 4550.554 274aYe. Apply" by mall. KeystoneH.Ights
ebleca.r. sat CAN ;;r'.e- CMI 375'a4O. .-.w. -_.. Animal Hospital
. with vary low mileage. I Rt. 2 Box 105. KH 32656. WNGO--AMIRICAN LEGION

Phone 4962103.: 2tchg Otchaj 10/16-30 HALl. SR-21, Sat 7 p.m.,

1O/I6 10/23. .. WORKl, YARD OR HOUSE Sunday 2.' p.m. Public Invited

'work, or babysitting.Good tfnchg 10/9
FOR RENT Need references WHEELER DISCOUNT ,
more information? *> : "' ) AP-
? : : ; '475-1720.4tpd IO/23-1I/I3 PLIANCM between


14X64 MOBILE HOMIl Interested in placing a classified? ;*: .. Ia.. ff L '.. ... EASY 2-manth-old.MTTER' NEEDED Monday for, Keystone moving 120 and S.Melrose Lawrence I I.,

3 .
bedroom..heat and 2 air.bath.Furnished central Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817Oj f' '% \llJ<
GARAGE
9tchg 10/23 SALE Saturday
1269 month .f."
per ;unfurnished < RIDE TO RtVERSIOI-Blu' Oct. 25. 95. last house on

$200 per month plus Cross/Blue, Shield. Hour left on Naha St. Fallow

depealf. Hwy 241. Phone 14 7:30-4.: Phone Kim FOB signs from Orchid and
282-1826.
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Deadline for I. WANTED (
.I SERVICES
Tuesday noon I I PALMS APARTMINTSt Furnished MOBILE, HOMES 3 BR. 2 BA GOOD PRICES PAID for used lIMIROCKi, 20 yd. semi FURNITURE Matching twin SEWING MACHINOt
.( Thursday ....0. NURSI HOMI need lull- efficiencies and IBR 24x60: CH/A; furnished, mobile homes If mortgage loads. only. "-ALLEN'"''II( beds with Simmons mat Unclaimed layawoy. BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete
tion. I time LPN or RN nurse for opts., weekly or mon $263 mo.l: unfurnished, li 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone, tresses: like new $65 Singer Futuro. One of sharpening service cir*
Minimum 4-12 shift Call 964-6220.; thly. NEW FURNISHED $300 plus deposit. Located MOBILE HOME SALES 7823172. TFchg each; brown plaid sofa Singers finest models, cular. hand. carbide,
(Cowers 15 ) j 1 10/9 1 fnchCLERICAL STUDIOS monthly only. on SR 241 In Union County. 964-3606. Open 7 days CVPRHS LUMBER Most any 11 love .seat chair. $200, makes buttonholes, chain mower blade hollow
Inch ward j part or full time 2313 N. Temple,' Starke.. Call 1-282-1826. 10/16 Jtpd weekly TFchg size available Including fee table and 2 octagonfand'fablers. stretch stitches anddecorative ground and balanced.
10/23. WANTED Mobile home .
It 10 I I opportunity from home niche axles mantle pieces. 4"x4".xB.1 $85 set king Leave at Jackson Building
designs
; ; : without
DOZIRS I and tires. Will .
FOR RENTl week
Not responsible, working with mall. No .... KITCHINITTISi One' BR By pick up.OLIN'S I"x8"x8'; Sawdust also site mattress $43; queen attachments. Sold new Supply In Starke, Keystone
I TV, AC or day.; With without I MOBILE HOME
apartments pool or
when given' over I parlance required. For In. available. Call frostfrostretrig. Heights or Lake Butler.
Stephen site bed W3, ever $300.00. Assume
Have 350 SALES. 944-5606. I
utilities Included. Totally operator. 450 Open 7
? or when copy It I formation. send stamped furnished. Weekly monthly John Deere. 9646938. days a _II. TFchg Smith 468-2624. Hampton. .. USD.:' -wosher. payments of $14.00 or pay TFchg I'I
land brought to ,I DYN self-addressed.NAD envelopa. rates. TEMPLE MOTEL,' 10/234tchIl1l/13. CASH FOR COINS Cold 8/7 Inchg. SI2S, dryer S7S: dinetteset. cash balance .of $16222 ALCOHOLICS MOUSi ANONV-
-- 1 I Box 36 New Enterprise, P.O. 880 N. Temple Ave.. FURNISHED APARTMENT silver sterling dental' SHRIMPS Fresh River Shrimpfor $65. 7527961. Pro Will take older machine as Phone 964-3148 9647619.
Brunswick or I
N.J. 08903. 10/9 Starke. Phone 9647357. Small, for one person only. .gold GF scrap fewetry optical your freezer. Please vidence. Itpd 10/23. partial payment. Free TFchg '
CARS 11/13 6tchg 9/20 TFchg. $100 per mo. Call 964-3931. frames. .'c. J.R. Bull. call Dusty Chaney Green FURNITUREi Queen ..11.wat.r home trial. Phone CreditAdjuster REMODCLINO./ BUILDING.
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE Millard Judd 127 Ington 964-6230 Cove 284-9733. chest
COOK. Experienced or willing Lafayette TFchg. Springs bed $123 376-4467, REPAIRS New kitchens,
to. learn. Apply In person HOMI PARK mobile homes St., back ot Wishbone' WANTED! Used tools, both 8/14 tnchg. $35: pair matching.twin, Gainesville. 10/23 tfnchg baths, family. rooms. Brick I:
at the Garden and spaces for rent. Phone Fried Chicken. fiche mechanics and carpenters. headboards, footboards, TOUCHMATIC MICROWAVE block. concrete. Fireplace ,
72 CHEV Restaurant, 800 N. Temple 468-2912. TFchg 10/23. Phone 964-8331 or AUCTION w/rails, $43, 4-drawer OVEN left In loyawaynever specialists. Grlffis Constructlon. I
fair condo $300. Ave. 10/16 2tchg 10/23. OFFICE SPACI. attractive. 23 FT., TRAILER Sleeps 6,, 468-1331. 9/11 tnchg Antiques, furniture, desk $33; white leather used. Has meat probe ., Phone 473-2108
Acre*. Rt I. AREAS Widow small. Separate building. $150 per mo.. utilities fur.nlshed. '. WANTED Mobile Home Axles glassware bedroom sofa and swivel rocker defrost cycle, variable or 473-2378. TFchg
R H Near town. Plenty of parkIng Call 964-5951. Paying the best price suites, tools plus
lawley. handicapped with arthritis many $133: black leather sofa power up to 650 watts. Full SEWING MACHINES,
10/9 3tpd 10/23 needs woman to help with space acquire 407 W. Millard Judd 127 LafayetteSt. for good condition axles more Items. Auction every $63 like n_. Plaid sola' factory warranty. Party left REPAIRED. All makes
1977 FORD personal care housekeep Jefferson St. 9/16 tnchg .. back of Wishbone 964-0331t9/11. frichifMISCELLANEOUS Friday night. I mi. south of $73. 732-7961 Providence. area. Assume payment of cleaned oiled and adlusted -

tram.. air, ing .and driving. Hours, HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Fried Chicken. 'Itchg. Starke on 301 Itpd 10/23. $20.Op per rnonlh.. White $10. Work
$2495.00. 8:30 a.m. to 2:30: p.m.. 5 or room TV and Air 10/23. Iouth.t.rnAuction NEW AND USED FURNITURE Sewing and Appliance guaranteed. James
SALES, 6 days a weak. Call Underwood Molel 3 miles MOBILE HOMES 12x63': 2 BRon Service' and appliances. Porch Center." 3527 S.W. Archer Strickland. corner MorganRd. .
North of Starke 1 In $130
473-4470. 10/23 on Hwy acre country .
85.1B79aft.r. p.m.llehll ."-.527 and Hwy 16. TFchg
FREE PUPPIISi Mixed breed. rockers. BARGAIN Road. Archer Square
301.10/9 tnchg month plus $100 deposit.Call .
77 DATSUN
10/23. BACKHOE A LOADER)
1JX40 MOBILE HOMES 2 BR. 964-8034.' AvailableNov. 964-6692 after 4 p.m. 9/11 lathe CENTER. US 301 South Plato' Gainesville Fl. WORK
AC. AM/FM. and HNi Full or weekdays: tpd 10/23. BULLS! Registered Angus 9646679. TFchg Phone. 3764466.1023 By hour or by fob. Bradford
2 BA. central heat with 1. Itchg 10/23.
$6300. Call Dept time, for lab Service.
Septic 9648131.
part light
and bred.
processing WANTED to cross Jame.Ga.klna :
tion. Mrs. and AC. S13O. ma. leI and lost BEL AIR APTSl Furnished someone carpool PLUMBING FIXTURES windows tfnchg. 10/2
431-1212. 10/9 2. 10/23 up.NI.lan.964.6S Jtchg. month security ,deposit. .apartment Good location. to Jacksonville.. Hours ", '9648356. 9/18 doors pipes, plus 25" COLOR TV Console BRADFORD tnchg, SEPTIC TANK
77 FORD P-IOOi : 10/30. New River Area near Bell-Air Apartments, approximately 8 am 4 prn Incite 10,000 other Items now ot model Beautiful wood SERVICE IturripStutil.Residential. .
steering. COUNTY NURSING Brooker call 473-4038 US-301 South In Lawtey. Mon-Frl. Call 782-3449. FIREWOOD next door to Bargain Center. US 301 cabinet. Under warranty. commercialand
payment. HOMES Maeclenny after 6 weekdays, or Reasonably priced. 10/23 Itchg 10/23. Morgan Rd. Baptist South. Starke. TFchg Pay balance due 181.00 Industrial. Fully licensed. .
2tpd 10/30. Florida. has position 483-1713.10/9 4tchg 10/30 tfnpd. NEED RIDEl to 13th St. Church. 10/9 tin I ACRE LOT for sale. cash or take overpayments Phone 964.8121. TFchg
1979 LTD Fully available for LPN. full OFFICIi November rent CULLIGAN fully automatic Gainesville' hours 2-9 HAY $19 a roll Arthur Garage, water sewer and of $19.00 per MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory .
tram., Ps/PB: time, or part time. Also RN free. Ample parking. Corner .. water. conditioner $3.73 p.m. 964.6072. 10/23 2tpd Oaiklns 782-3140. 10/9. elec. 7 mi. NW of Slarke on month While Sewing and .trained mechanics.
tapa $4395.00 needed day shift every of Laura St. I Hwy. 100 per mo. Installation extra, 10/30. tnchg SR 229, Whispering Pines Appliance Center 3527 US.301 South, 964.6020.
AUTO SALES other weekend Excellent Starke. 473-2733. 10/16 limited offer. 964-7638. PHONE ANSWERING equipment Estate, Lot 28. 10/9 4tchg S.W. Archer Road. Archer 5/29 TFchq S.
Height, 473. salary and fringe benefit, 3tchg 10/30.' Itchg 10/23. FOR: SALE $33.00 Call 964-6701. 10/30 Square Plaza Gainesville. KEENS TRII SURGEON

Itchg. Contact Director of PoIu... ClassillodAds 10/16 tfnchg. POOL TABLES SIX 1001'. Fl. Phone 376-4466. 10/23 Trimming ,removal 14 yrs
1978 VOIARI 6 Ing 259-2236 or 259-3151. HOMES FENCING All "kinds! hog SPINET PIANOl' Cost $600. Heavy slate top. Good con Ifnchg experience. Have 55 It.
trans.. air. 10/23 2tchg 10/30. Bring Results wire, welded wire, barbwire No reasonable offer refusad. dition. M30 complete. Call bucket. Free estimatesPhone .
$329300. FOR SALE No Friday night or 468-1331. 10/16 Jtchg YARD SALE 782-3733. 9/23lnchg
SALES * * * * wood *haln link: Saturday calls. 9647976. DIVORCE do It yourself.
free MANNING 10/23.
estimates.
71 473-4470.CHEVY 10/23 for '. MOBILE HOMESr Why pay FENCE CO., 473-4822. 10/16 2tchg 10/23. FUEL TANKSi 600 gal. w/.- YARD SALE THURS. A FRI.. $50.7521005.Call 10/2 Lake City
Excellent Opportunity more? Buy direct from the Keystone. TFchg M. NCR CASH REGISTER Two- land. $230: 1.000 gal. tank. OCr. 23 -24: From 8'am A BOOKKEEPING tnchg

Friday thru Stark Area ResidentManager .. factory. Large selection of CHAIN LINK FENCE drawer, cost. $1800. Sell for $200. Call 9648331. 10/16 5 pm. Go west on SR 16 for your business, ,SERVICE as lowas
333-2474. 10/23 for the new Captain D', 0 12', 14' and double wldes. material.' Do It yourselfand $250. Call 964-8331 or 2lchg 1023.PURNITURIs. turn left at Handy Way. $50. per month for a
'73: CHIVY Seafood Fastfood Restaurant COMMUNITY MOBILE, save. Installation 468-1331. 10/16 2tchg GIR.lrlg.rotor. 2nd dirt road past Prlmltlv.Bap".t small business! We will setup
$1000. 320 N. 0 HOME SALES US 301 available. Free, estimates. 10/23. $80, antique Church. Follow your books for you as
Itpd 1023.A"ENTION Hard working background necessary. Restaurant North. Open 9 to dusk. I to HandyMan. Fence Co. QUAKER HEATER 30,000 trunk $23, Early American llgni. Itchg 10/23. simply as possible keep
experience not required although a present 6 on' Sunday. Phone 964.855*. TFchg L.WATSON" btu. circulating: gas: bookcase $33.: Jungle Jim GARAGE SALE FRI. AND your journals and ledger
Willlt Jeep restaurant asslst-manoger will be highly considered. 964-8741. 6/3 TFN. $ HOUSE OF vented flue.964-6447. 1 Itpd set complete w/sllde and SAT. Oct. 24 and 25. All books, do profit and lost

Good If you lit this description apply at the Starke .. .MOBILE HOMES 3 BR on one VACUUMS Many brandsof 10/23. sandbox. $35: boys bike day. Morgan Road I mi. statements, sales 'lax I

rebuilt motor. Chamber of Commerce, Friday, October 24, 3.8 p.m. acre: landscapedcircle; : new vacuums. Used 10 x 12 TENT sleeps 5 or 6. $10. 9647375. Itpd 10/23 off SR 301. Follow signs returns payroll. taxes, etc >
new springs, .0 drive); privacy fence; utility machines available. Parts Used once $73. See at THE CERAMIC lARNl I Ichg 10/23. Phone 964 7189 for more
Complete with No phone calls, please .. house, $12.300. 7823928. and accessories for all green trailer. on Grllfli Ceramic lower Something YARD SALEl FOUR FAMILIES. Information. 10/23 2lpil V

and supply box. Itchg 10/33. vacuum systems. 404 NW Loop Road at SE 28lh Ave. new No fancy studio |just SAT. Oct. 23 9 am to 5 pm 1030BEGINNER'S,
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2 ... t BA CONCRETE 10th Ave., Gainesville, Itchg 1023.HAVE low prices. Try us and see.Greenware W. Raiford Rd. 2 mi. from PAINTING
lu/u vrncng, BLOCK Central heat & air; ,_..10.._____v -V'V'V..71.,.. n.lo.n.."_ bisque,.finished 301. Pool l table, dishes, CLASSESi Acrylic or oil.
I 1977 350 FORD painting. Classes
Tues.day
DESCRIPTION IR/DR family roam. pieces, professional fir guitar, childreni clothes, are .
AT. PS. PB mornings and Saturday
Camp. carpeted. For Information ing. Free Instructions. curtains and misc Call
53295 00. Atlantic Office For Rent mornings 930-11.30' .
Beach
Townhouses are call 964-7197. Open 5 til 9 Mon. 764.6366. Itchg 10/23
SALES. Keystone pm pm :.- S3.00 per class learn color .
47344701023 located just 3/4 ..mile from the. $a?.oo .'0 23 .tpel 1'1/M Noyernbot, rent fro.;.. ample park. thru, Fri. All day' Sat. and PERSONALSERVICES mixing composition '

oO. ocSgon1he4fi! boclroan..' 'TVS; .' 11. .. Sun. at Old Oak Nursery.Therssd'Easf shading, elc..Phone Mark.
lovelY ; .1 1- .. \: -In9.-cor *r' -Laimr-St-und-tlV y. SRIOO .
an Williams for
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fioVrieVfeofure fully equipped i VACUUMSALE 100. Starke. 473473S' Ij,;;.... West on Rt. 18 First placeon BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 9 964-7189. 10,23 2tpd
I right. llpd 1023.WINCHESTER 1030.
If TRI-HULL kitchens, washer/dryer connections JO/30 New years experience In all |9ARNES CARPET CLEANING I

Boat w/80 hp patios and' wall-to-wall NEW & USED CAIN KING womment condition. Never been phases including, taxes forms.andgov.rnm.nt Shampooing and extrac

motor and hunted with. 964.8472. lion living room. dining
We finance ft.
I"I carpeting. our own. 473 7073 after 5 P.M. 7,3
room and hall. $2993
Call D.F. KIRBVS Itpd 10/23.
964.7910.7/17 DIRECTIONSGo 01__'" Delray 111-ch.Pl.1111.h.pKINIVrIck Ifchg I 766 44nO IO 23: tin
ROYALS Starke Fl.cahey .
II GLASTRON East on Atlantic Blvd.. to Royal '"
hp, V.hull. Vinyl I EUREKAS ....... e
many deluxe Palm Dr. Turn left and go 1 block to HOOVERS 'ad..Mad,.. FILL LIMEROCK I
41-ch Ft
Just like townhouses. ElECTROlUX A-46.11h
\ Defier Beach 'L
Golnetvllle TERMS FILTER QUEENS Ie..._nod Delray Beach.FL111h4a. DOZER WORK
14' I .I'"h snicim'L
Evinrude $1500 Down of sale to 95% SEARS Noul.sichroo .__ .. Delray' ._ch.FL
hp Day .
; Up COMMERCIALWe Ann NoH ...he, ...., Ch'.I/and"' / Septic Tank Installations .
trqijw.! $800. Call financing available: Interest rates Addloo.tes -1. _II".. '{' D.1-my' 11-ch.14.
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alter p.m. repair all make, ph ''-n .;1t. _.... "ua". 'L
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AL. YOUNG'SSince C.c., .. f'A :'.P.-:: 1- 4.'i VI aftt. ....PL CRRDIN BROS.
CNQEis, W. 'V.o .FL CALL:
Good; condition., brochure 195796A.6918 f.;: =, ". .1...:;',:';' ." .. :::= Fl.Jah .
A FREE
964-8331 or For full Information con- a 11Ihil.thisk, i\,';;; ... ';.,. ;., -:- ".".... .. 9646750Steve
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RENKIN'BOATl, Hlggenbothant Realty, Inc., Realtor $miles north efterkeenUS30l ...I han.parttbatan. t .... .51-1......II OIL Cardin: Owner

(dhigrilerr! "motor' Martin I. Hlggenbolhom, CAI Auctioneer. $ .11Ms..lkrp .;;:,:..:. ,,;; 'WI T ... 041I.Villeach IL
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Call 9648331 or 1702 Idgewood Dr.. : J ,..... BIRCH'S 964-ssa4 One'l"ChOEADGOLT

1 iWillftifft', \ / IPM Rugged
AI""OA11'Moto" ; ., PEST CONTROL SERVICES,

1M'I I r. "oil- / QC.t..O." r ."".. The Master KillersFor .""
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Clflp91 B331'lr/ '. .fII Positive, O.rm.n.Ao.ch Control *O., Ie.."

on flft !(} Oct. '" .* 25. IO.' (ia.m.. ., : 4=M11 .\ Special, Senior il'iti-m H-i...7 VES''? e' 'lle"o

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2Ya miles PS.of Hwy. Patrol Stationon Installed
:yr--r UN)fI x 4:16; 11. LotaKcslrlcled MOstlLB H MISEMVICI

U.S.; 301 for \imo sq. I I OIESio One $26.50

Q. _1WMW fit minimum building. Two $50.00
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Bradford A si/0 In Bradford County. ; AMI* Don Hill Security

Hospital haD 3 DR,2 Bath House on I Acre,. ? : I
opening for .. Systems

business supervisor' office.to. assumable mortgage, 824,6W- SIMPSONfff ft) 473-3549

must have .,. at 8%% 20% down, owner:" OKI 40X Wen!

insurance. credit .
:lection and finance 12% for 15 year&6 -. : O'vllle Jan,336-64149-24hro.137/-/W M hrs Drilling

Excellent .. 6-Z I- 1 11- ". -, _.
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benefit hruo
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libby, 08TIMUTOS) NUOEO: EXCLUSIVE OFF' TUNFTY .
A i iEIUIONS Fast Rotary
-I Acre I lots 25% downowneV _".... *'
Bradford. County ,.... ft JMNU/U. MMKCT S*..), ; Drilling EquipmentPumpai
964 6000. ...
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will fin all ce balance at.12% ; ; ,IMfUEMT PMT 01 FUU-TIM MCOMC 'AeWT. '.J.1A 1F.J6kq1K1! .D
YAff"LoSAL1'E1 NO EXPERIENCE' NICtSSAdT
for 5 j'ears. Man.. er wemin te a'dtrtbute pr*.told ad..'....d We"ALSKASIELTZ91111 ,
BAVIK OHIITAP4ANACIN. __
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... Let Me Foot The Bill New a UsedSBle..Partaservlce
NO INITIAL SELLINGI INCOME STARTS IMMEDIATELY! !
i1alll ':291.\1odel A Fordcompletely 'ACCOUNTS NOW AVAILABLE! ,
; MINIMUM CASH INVESTMENT. 53495.00$6840.00Applasol

!!! restored. .. There is no reason to keep thingsyouclon"I"hieed' : or sAilluld flees Car,M1n1fflW1" of : o... ft's.-4-fttg: .."._....E-Z....;....!! .!__
jlfejbii. S.d 41.9.610 lo a.tum* bu.&SO r ... :: '
#I I .... ..... ...-.. .......- enjoy anymore just because they're valuables-There: Ifi JO 441 vi. If you -.*. ,.)*. ............."... tie>y> lrn >.
The 4 !. Ash ''..... And tincorvly wnl lo own yom' Plumbing
Recovery are.customers willing to pay good money for:) : things 0.4 ow l,:...then wrtts totft 1.00.40 0Han. *numft.r loX i
lake local
City 17 ft. Gluetron Boat with motor. I "w,

Archie tanner ". .. ,........" ..... you've tired of. d iii:1::: **!*.' woti-O.tMouaTmcs.. 'mc_ New Installation I
Home Contact: the "Recycler of Unwants.( the-_JCI.CS31fied I AHCTlMa OIH.CTO OCPT, loa Remodeling Repairs, \
96 .5757 Slarke. Still fish Sail Boat 7O13''' Avnuf. >4nt Louis" MlMOur. 63133
.. .. ._" ............. '\ department of THE TELEGRAPH. You; will' be.pjeqsedwlthjhe Oft PA r. 1 I

Gold & Furniture. Appliances *,:Tools fa9tvspeedy<<; results. As fast as a phone? .call,. .MOBILE HOME Huntley,,,,,,,, I .

Wanted I ,results happen, : .. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS G fearn's r PUMP

Highest' prices '*. Antiques Upright Piauo-. ,So/;before' Tuesday noon, for the .next two'vyeeks,; ,. ,&' I

for'classrlngj':' ..;,:,. ;usAuctibn ,call? :.me at the" Bradford County Telegraph t4S305 POLICIES SRVICtS. SUPPLY'COMPANX

ing flatware, 'Too mail) Items to list and tell me all about the yard sale you'd like to have AT 473-4340

gold, silver and let me take core of the bill. REASONABLE ea- RATES- Of I
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Anything wedding Remember, Tuesday noon of' each3rWeeli.; .': is-- 'rr: Olin's M-bi; ; ,473-4252 "Te N. ii

value. Service deadline time for classified ad.S ,hurry | ..Got. that Home Sales Repairs Ot Major: Temple Aye
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Silver Phone 964-6806: Serving Bradford t Clay I _St rke,__Fla.__ :
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I I m 1YLLJE) ll]c mac 3 I I Worthington VFD to sponsor fishingtournoy L. Priest, .ObituariesRenley .. E. Leon Hicks


,- The Worthington Springs Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor*fishing\ tournament Stanley L. Priest 80, who lived In E. Leon Hicks, who lived In
November 1.The entry fee will be$20 per boat with two people per boat Lake Butler, died Tuesday night in.: Keystone Heights, died at his home
First place with prize or$100 will be awarded to the boat with the most total the Veterans Administration Hospital Sunday afternoon following a sudden
Alligator Meat Black Powder poundage of fish. There will also be a prize of 125 for the person with the lar.&est" In Lake City, after I brief illness. '\\1 attack.
I Is Hot ItemThe Pistols OkayedThe Iish. ,ar/ Born In Memphis Tenn., where Mr.; Born in Chestertown .Maryland,
Fishing will be permitted with live or artificial bait. All fish except mud and Priest lived most ;of;l his life, moved to' Mr. Hicks moved here 7 years ago
legalized sale of alligator meat use of mtnzleloading pistols fish will be accepted. Rules and regulations of the Florida Game and FreshWater .Lake Butler two years ago. He was a from Towson, Maryland He was a
Is a popular item on the menu of at has been approved by the Game and gar Fish Commission will be adhered too. No bream, perch or,catfish under painter, and was a member of Trinity graduate of Washington College
, least eight restaurants in the nol"- Fresh Water Fish Commission effective will be accepted. employed in recent
I five inches long or no bass under 9 inches long Baptist Church In Lake Butler. Chestertown; was
theast region. Through the month of this fall hunting season. turn In Parts Include his wife, Mrs. supervisor with the
There willupplye be a 25 boat limit so your ri5epartment Survivors : years as a
September, a total 0(3,900 pounds of Fred Stanberry director of the and Sthington or mall to Worthington Springs Volunteer Wor- Maudle Estella Priest of Lake Butler; Veterans Administration; an Army
meat have been purchased from the Division of Wildlife said the regula- Springs, FL 32697. For more Information call Terry Dukes 496-3993 01 five daughters, Mrs. Julie Howard, veteran of WWI and he was a
the of black
licensed trappers handling the tion change allowing use Alfred Elixson 496-2695. San Jose, Calif., Mrs. Sheila Tanner, member of the Methodist Church.
with rifled bore of at
nuisance alligator program. powder pistols a Wetina, Ala., Mrs. Rennie #Redden, Survivors include: one son WilliamE.
"Trappers are currently receiving least 40 caliber came after muzzleloadlng'gun consideration NAME OF BOTH PARTICIPANTSName. Tallassee, Ala., Mrs" Rickie Norman Hicks, Sykesvllle. Md.; one sister
from four to six dollars per pound for of a request from and Miss Robin Priest, both of Lake .Mrs. Lillian H. Davis Keystone

the delicacy"regional, according alligator to Chuck coo "- "Hunters hunters.can now hunt with a,, ......"PI"."......"..............................................:...,...... ...t................. Butler; seven sons, Billy Buford, Heights; two grand-daughters and
McKelvy Fair .
Buford greatgrandson.Funeral
Rayel ,
Dadevllle, Ala.; one
dinator for the Florida Game and muzzleloading handgun handgun as or a carry back-up a Address......,.......,.................,....,,.........................,...............,.,............. field Pa., Roy Buford Sacramento, services were held at 11:00
Fresh Water Fish Commission. muzzlcloadmg Calil.<, Gus CheathanvMobile, Ala.", a.m. Tuesday, Oct.21, in the chapel of

Area restaurants currently serving In weapon for their muzzleloading rifle Name.......-............"...................................,............................................ Butch Cheatham, Eclectic, Ala., DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home with
Dock i muzzleloading
alligator meat are Roberts during" any gun Robert Priest, Horn Lake Miss., Rev. Buddy C. Frledlin officiating.

Lake City West Coast Seafood at Cm i!In season, Stanberry said. Address...............".......,...........................................,..,........*:t..,:.. ....... Rudy Priest 'Tallassee Ala.; one Private burial will be In the Dulany
Gainesville, the Yearling sister, Mrs. Pansy Webb, Mobile, Valley Memorial Park Cemetery in

Creek Whitey's Fish Park Cam and Phone Number..j......................................................".......................c....... Ala.; and 30 grandchildren. Towson, Maryland.
restaurant in Orange Funeral services will be held Satur-
Stricklands restaurant in Maypor Make checks payable to Worthington Springs Volunteer Fire Department. t. day, Oct. 25, at 2 P.M. in the Trinity
Also Hawthorne Truck Plaza I In Baptist Church In Lake Butler with George L.Colgin., Sr.
House Inc. In Fei"-
Hawthorne Steak Islander Rev. Michael Norman officiating. George L. Colgin Sr., age 88, who
nandina In Beach Fernandina and Beach. Drivers Slackening SpeedSgt. Burial will follow In Pine Grove lived In Keystone Heights died at his
restaurant Cemetery In Raiford. Archer Funeral home Monday afternoon following a
described I In'
various"Alligator ways meat from tasting is like pork Winston Barber of the Florida FHP records indicate that reducing Home in Lake Butler is in charge of long Illness.

to catfish, but always Including the Highway Patrol Station in Starke speed saves lives as well as gasoline. arrangements. Born in West Point, Virginia, Jan.
word delicious", McKelvy commented says there has been a noticeable Over 2,000 traffic deaths had been Walter Edward Sims 15, 1892, Mr. Colgin moved to

slackening of speed In Bradford, reported in Florida so far this year- Walter Edward Sims, 76, of Lawtey, Keystone Heights 24 years retired ago from Civil
Restaurant owners Interested In Union, and Baker Counties since the 10 percent Increase over the same died Oct. 16 at his home following a Norfolk Va. He was a memberof
selling the meat should contact Chucl more rigorous enforcement of the 55 period In 1979. The stricter enforcement brief illness. Service Marine Engineer; a
McKelvy at the regional office The first opportunity to use a black mph speed limit became effectiveOct. of the 55 mph limit Is hoped to Born and raised in Marion, the Corinthian Lodge #266, F.&A.M.of service.
located in Lake City. powder handgun will take place Oct. 1. start deaths on the downgrade again. Virginia, Mr. Sims was employed by Norfolk,Va., with 62 years 279 :
member of O E.S. Chapter ; a
24 when muzzleloading gun season "II appears that the media blitz has the Stone Mining Co. of Stone, Ken a Scottish Rite Bodies
opens for three days only in the Northeast had some effect," Sgt. Barber said The crackdown policy"came down tucky until his retirement when he member of the the
of Community
Wildlife Alert Central South and "and we have been writing 30 percent from Colonel Eldridge Beach direc- moved to Lawtey about 20 years ago. and was a member

Nabs 5 Everglades regions. (The Northwest more" tickets in our three-county tor of the Patrol Sg. Barber says. He was of the Baptist faith. Church.Survivors include: his wife Mrs.
Region, although closed during October area. Barber said the patrolmenwere will be ordered to
,
"Every trooper Survivors Include: two daughters daughter,
Wildlife Alert, a citizen funde will be for a special instructed to"come down on thetolerance" Rosalie Boyce Colgin; one
open go by the department policy on Mrs. Joe Pientka Petersburg, Mrs. Muriel C. Gay of Starke; one
reward program whereby person muzzleloading gun season February allowed for speeds over 59 speeding tolerance and not set his Virginia, Mrs. Harold Gray, L. Colgin Jr. of
wildlife law violations, and the patrolmen are doing son, Rev. George
may report 7-22,1981.) mph own policy. Some motorists have been Flanders New Jersey; two sons Ed- Ga. several nieces and
has led to the arrest of four adults and The muzzleloading gun season will just that. getting by with too much" Colonel ward Sims, Norfolk Va., and Jackie Milledgevllle, : and 2
5 grandchildren
one juvenile. close Oct. 26 in those four regions. Barber said the $25 fine applies for Beach has stated. Sims Baltimore Md.; one brother nephews; .
Florida Game and Fresh Wate Some wildlife management areas will the first 10 miles over the 55 mph Beach would not disclose exactly Fred Sims Hollywood Fla.; four greatgrandchildren.Funeral held at 2:00:
services were
Fish Commission Wildlife Officer be open for black powder hunting during limit. From 66 through 79 mph the how much fudging will be allowed sisters, Mrs. Nellie Pierce and Mrs. in the
Oct. 22,
Gary Colson and Gray Leonhar this time. Sportsmen should check fine advances to $50, and) a person because "if it goes public it becomesthe Louise Almond both of Roanoke Va., P.M. Wednesday, Church
received a call from a concerned individual area regulations before caught speeding at 80 mph will pay a' limit and not a tolerance Oregon Mrs. Ruth Keystone Heights Community
speed Mrs. Josie Sims C.
Buddy
citizen stating that a "a spot light was making plans to hunt an area. $75 fine, Over 80 speeders will not only level. and seven grand- with the pastor Rev
Texas in
Peacock Lake and tha fine, but will also be orderedto Buchanam, ; Friedlin officiating. Burial was
being used on Stanberry urged muzzleloading gun pay a$75 The 1980 Florida Legislature imposed children. with
shots were being fired." hunters to be sure their handguns had make a mandatory appearance In the $25 and $50 speeding sur- Funeral services were conducted at Keystone rites Heights conferred Cemetery by the
Upon investigation of the com- sufficient stopping power prior to traffic court Sgt. Barber said. charges as part of its energy conser- Saturday Oct. 18, at the Chapel Masonic DeWitt C. Jones
plaint Officers Colson and Leonhan hunting larger game with them. Cap In order to beef up its enforcementof vation Reducing speeds 3f.m. Funeral Home with Melrose Lodge 1189.
program. Tanner of the
arrested Lamar Ross of Live Oak and ball revolvers, he added meet the 55 mph limit the FHP has pur- saves gasoline as well as lives, Bill Hendricks officiating. Funeral Home was in charge
of Live Oak, and five additional aircraft to aid Rev. arrangements.
Clarence Jerry Reynolds the definition of a muzzleloader chased legislators concluded. Burial was In Highland Cemeterywith
Charles Edward Hurst of Monticello are legal. In spotting speeders.Comments. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Nathan O'Neal of Wellborn and one<
Starke in charge of arrangements.
faces
juvenile. Each violator severa
charges including unlawfully taking Conservatio 1
or attempting to capture alligators or

crocodillians.If .
convicted the defendants woulc The recommended planting time
be subject to a maximum sentence 01 by Bern Smith for the common cool season grasses ,
five years in prison and/or$5,000 fine Soil Conservationist and legumes in this area is mid- I

The concerned citizen reporting the SOD-SEEDING WINTER October to mid-November. Oats, rye,
violation is now eligible for a reward and ryegrass are the most common
of up to$250."Without PASTURES cool-season grasses. Rye Is the most
mild winters of north
The relatively
the help of a local resident cold tolerant and best adapted to dry CloseoutModels
Florida make it possible for nearly
this arrest would not have beerpossible" forage production and sandy soils. Seeding rye is l'd-2 !
year-round
Officer Colson bushel/acre. Ryegrass requires more
commented farmers take of this I''
advantage
"Anyone knowing of a wildlife law many moisture and higher soil fertility but
violation should call 1-800-342-8105",. opportunity by planting cool-season winter an- has a longer grazing period than the
said Colson. nuals. Overseeding small grains. It should be sown at
grasses or legumes into dormant per- .
20-30 poundsacre.The
manent will more completely
pasture legumes require better soils
utilize availble permanent and higher soil pH than the grasses
Since the sod is not com-
pastureland. However,
and are slower to establish.
there is less soil
pletely destroyed
innoculated legumes can use
properly
erosion and soil moisture is conserved nitrogen from the air and save
Also the warm season pasture fertilizer costs. White cloveris
nitrogen
will recover more rapidly the next best adapted to the wet flatwood
summer. However sod seeding is soils and is seeded at 3 to 4
more hazardous than seeding in well Ibs/acre.Crlmson clover Is recom-
prepared seedbeds. To reduce com- mended on well drained soils.Seedingrate SAVE THOUSANDSOF
petition and shading, the established is 20-25 Ibs/acre. Arrowleaf
should be mowed or grazed as
pasture clover is also adapted to well drained
close as possible prior to seeding.
sites and has a longer grazing period
Burning can also be used to help than crimson clover. It should be
1RL. remove excess plant material. sown at 6 to 8 Ibs/acre. All these DOLLARS

clovers will reseed themselves if
There are several methods of grazing is managed to allow for seed
overseeding. The cheapest Is the production in the spring.
walk-on or tramp-in method. This is Moisture is the most critical factor. Increase.
done by simply broadcasting the seed Since fall is our driest season irriga- & Beat The Price
and allowing cattle to tramp it into tion may be needed for successful
the soil. Use of sod seeders grain winter pasture establishment. If you
drills with small seed attachments or have questions about sod seeding .\ .'
f/ae; ::: broadcasting followed by light disking winter pastures, contact the Soil Con-

cultipacker can also should be be used.used to But insure a servation between 8 Service- 9 a.m.by Monday calling through 964-6280 Some Of These Models With

Neil Crawford good seed to soil contact. Friday. ,.T %; p,
By
....
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Little Or No Down Payments. ,

Saturday, Sept. 20, the Bradford '
Bassmasters held their monthly tour ssas..e

nament.

Landing Boats were on Rodman.launched at Kenwood Call or Gome .to. our office

The drawdown began on Monday I" TJfor -l
Sept. 15,so by the following Saturday '

Rodman was beginning to drop. THOMAS METALS,. INC.Metal I Complete Details.

Ken Berry and 1 fished together.We .
started in the stump area around 'f""' .

Deep Creek. Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage
We landed several small bass too 1 located at
small to keep. The water was awfully Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows .. We are'
clear. ,; .
By 9 a.m. the sun began to bear 1. .
down Sure was a hot September day. Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save 327 W. Call St. '
Earl Muse and Joey Riggs headedfor :.
the St. Johns River. Earl said he
knew a place that he could catch his FREE DELIVERY or :.
limit. Lake Butler, Fla. 496-2013
Ken and 1 talked to Charles Evans '
and Don Thompson. Charles had landed Call 964-5533.
4 bass, Don had one. It was near 2
p m. when we talked to Charles and

Don.Ken and I moved into Blue Springs I NSULATIONa Saturday Sunday
Run and fished for awhile before mov- Open

ing outside of the tree line in the cove. _
We fished hard but all I could land "H

were very small. Ken landed a
keeper.; I had a nice bass on, but lost t
him In the grass.At ,. -
4 p,m. all boats returned to Ken

wood for the weigh in. I i &' '" ,

After all Bas masters weighed c:> ", _. a
their catch, Joey Riggs was the winner :- : : :' :_: ',.....v. ipjjJ

Brett Smith placed second. Brett COMMERCIAL- INDUSTRIALWE
also landed the largest bass for the AFFORDABLEHOMES
:day. INSTALL BLOWN HIGH R FACTOR CELLULOSE

Joe has worked bard for this win. INSULATION NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTIONWe __

This pleases me very much. And for Also Blow Insulation In Exterior Walls Of _
Brett, he is always trying hard, too. Frame Houses. I
You /hd better keep an eye on Brett Existing _
.next tournament. FREE ESTIMATES GLADL YGIVEN :

Looks like all you old turkeys had "
better tighten up. SMI\964-69561'\ ON tING
In behalf of the club. I would like to ON '

:congratulate these two young : _
::energetic Bas masters. DEAN CASSELS INSULATION I .
Bass wishes
If-I
Neil Crawford'



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t : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII. < Inside... BUS Vollej bailers Set Sights on School' Record ,
; October 23.1080Section > ,
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October 21,1080:
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the game a GHS coach was --. .... 0 a 0 .r r pass from Bill Goodge to Johnson left
overheard saying it might be 30-0' ........ 0 0 s os BHS 13 yards shy of a first down.
after one quarter After the game aar.wn II w.. nin(Of**kick, ) The only Tornado threat of any kind
Bradford High football players were 'It II _... in the first half came when a penalty
4
being complimented. by the Hurricanes 41.HI n>..'..*r*>. M-M moved the scrimmage line to midfieldbut
14 1..._.*... It a Goodge to Chuck Williams
favored ....1 cmpl..MBMnt| 4.11.14a. aerial
Gainesville High's heavily | was rushed and Intercepted by
,....,. ... ,..
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'Canes got all the early Halloweenscare I ..rurnd. 91I Vic Bradley at the 'Cane 33. / c
they wanted last Friday night in .JJ pii>M.-. 1.ao I GHS got to the Bradford 10, 31, 33,
Starke before finally scoring with 9:27 ..a hmtlwknt, >.t and 9 before being denied scores. The
left in what was billed as a rout and first threat came when a short punt
holding on for a 7-0 win over the Tor set the 'Canes up at the Tornado 40 for
nadoes. The BHS defense, with the' period. It was still 0-0 at the time, but its first possession but Mark Crews
help of four GHS turnovers, turned two penalties Immediately moved the and Kevin Reddish shook the football
GHS back time and time again until Tornadoes all the way back to their 41 free from Brown and Wright We Got the Football Ref! '
slippery Hurricane quarterback and though runs of 17 and nine yards recovered at the Tornado three. BHS Cornerback Kenny Elherldfc's signal tell that It's Bradford's ball after a fumble by <;IIS last week.
Vernell Brown finally escaped fora 16 by Mike Jordan and Dwayne McBride punched out its 47 yard drive to get Tornado noseguard Kevin Reddish recovered the loose ball to stop a 'Cane threat at the BUS n yard line.
yard TD run with 8:27 on the clock. carried BHS to the 32 a third penalty out of the hot seat as Goodge kept for;'
Brown's sprint capped an 80 ofythe killed the drive. "We killed ourselves 12 and on a fourth-and-one-foot gamble
march, by far the farthest right there," Hurse said of the from the BHS 26 fullback Mike
night, and with the Tornado offense mistakes.The Jordan rammed for three yards and a
running In nuetral against the huge Tornadoes had been given the first down. Goodge converted a third
Gainesville defense the 'Canes ball in Hurricane ground earlier when down with a 12 yard keeper and a late- 2-4 Tornadoes Visit 2-3 Colts
escaped with their fourth straight Kenny Etheridge recovered a Kenny hit penalty moved Bradford close to
win. Clark onsides kick for the second timein midfield but the drive stalled, signal-
Still BHS, which was walloped last two weeks. This one set BHS up at
year 35-0 In Gainesville by a lesser the 'Cane 42 but a holding penalty .
GHS team, earned some respect: moved the Tornadoes back to the (!More TORNADOES, on page 3C

"They said they were scared," other side of midfield and an 11 yard in Pivotal Game for Both Sides

remembered wideout Jonathon
Johnson as he recalled the post-game "
hand-shaking. It may not mean u fining in any offense and defense we do. It's just (lie devil, we're going to have (unhands
"Some of their players said it sur- district standings but when Brad gonna be a matter of who executes the full," Defensive Front Coach
prised 'em how much hitting power ford's Tornadoes ((2-4) and the Colts of best. Coach Clayton (Mike, ) and I Jimmy Thomas said as he eyed films
we had," noseguard Kenny Wright North Marion ((2-3) collide in what have been friends for a long time and of the Colts Tuesday. Secondary
said. will be just the second game ever bet we talk a lot. In the process we've Coach Mike Hartley added "they'll
"They said they didn't expect utr to ween the two schools Friday night, ended up with the same offense and throw the ball 13 times a game so
be as vicous. They said we got after Oct. 24; at NMHS in Sparr it could be defense. we'll have to play the pass and also
'em," was what junior Daryl Thorn the turning point of the season for "They've got a quarterback contain their quarterback on the
ton remembered. both teams. (Anthony Jones number 12. Sr. 175))' veer." I
"One of them told me they were BHS Head Coach David Hurse who runs about a 4.6 40 and he'll keep Defensively the Marion Count'}
lucky to get away with seven points," knows his club needs to be the one the bull whenever he can. We'll haveto bunch will also, be aggressive( unh
recalled running back Randy Parado. ti.1. 1 : that turns the pendulum back towardsa contain him all the way." Brad linebacker\ I.nmcrrell Kdw.mH
; a winning year with a victory. "It Is a ford's scouting report says Jones (number 84) labeled as the most ng(
It was a loss, but it was a loss that I big game, because of the fact that loves to keep the ball on the veer op- gressive of the bunch.
brought respect from the now ninth- I we've got to win it to have the oppur- lion outside, sometimes faking the '
ranked Hurricanes and the ) to have a winning year at 6-4," pitch with ball in one hand before To get ti> North Marion's; ;;; field< tiom
knowledge for future' Tornado teams jtunlty said Tuesday. "The kids know tucking the pigskin back in and taking Starke take US-301 south IhniiiKh(
that a big.bad-Gainesville High bunch told them that we.txflvttto. offHe also likes to therdefense- Waldo and.tfcratnwne. Where:ID) and,
can be whipped. 'In the future this win the rest to finish 6and4." asleep with inside handoffs before US-441 mesh take a left at the caution
will help us a lot in preparingfor You can be sure the same messageis faking inside and bootlegging the ball light and North Marion High School
game Gainesville High School, is the being delivered to the Colts of North the other way. "They're agressive as will be a mile or two down the ruud.jjtJ,1 .
way Head Coach David Hurse put it. Marion, who probably lost their shot
The game wasn't a dead-even stan at a second straight playoff berth
doff. A glance at the statistics Indicates when they lost to now 5-1 Ocala Forest
a much easier GHS win. The 7-0 last Friday. The Colts had whipped
'Canes dominated the total yardageand Vanguard In their opener before
first down columns ((275 yards to falling In overtime to Eustis 107.
139 and 16 first downs to 6) but They came back with a 34-15 bombing
couldn't Impress the Scoreboard of Jacksonville Bolles but then were
lights blanked by Buchholz 14-0 before falling
The visitors moved into Tornado last week.
territory five times but turned the maw The records won't be the only things y asham.
ball over three limes and were stop- similar In this matchup, the first bet-
ped once at the BHS 35. The Tornadoes ween the two schools grid teams r ,.Irt
since 1976 (when BHS won the first
closer than the Hurricane
never got Running Through a
of the ). "It'll be
'Cane 32 and that came after fumbleat Frank BUS fullback Mike Jordan, number 3 In dark, pulls a GHS defender along as he game like scrimmaging young against series ourselves,"
Hurricane
Swindell grabbed a
third struggles for more.yardage. Hurse said. "They run the exact same
the 35 with 7:17: to go in the t

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: It would be easy, and so tempting, played I ''em tough but the thing about Secondary Coach Mike Hartley said to play Friday night in pre-practice.
for Bradford High's football coaches It Is we didn't win," Defensive Front, his group played "the' best overall Usually you'll have one or woof them All Greens I Gustafson
I to call last week's 7-0 loss to Coach Jimmy Thomas said Monday. game we've had In about two years., quiet and a couple jumping up and
I Gainesville High School a 'moral vic "That's the story of us so far in 1980, All four of the backs shared the down and screaming. Very seldomare Mustard Turnip A Collards .. Milk
I a hardfought loss where the we didn't win. They're not going to Defensive Back award this week. We they all emotionally the same. .
kids did themselves proud even look back at the 1980 season and say weren't at all Intimidated. I didn't But during pre-practice all of them Ff "
though they were outmanned. how many close .ballgames we know whether or not they were ready' were the same, they were all quiet." "Daly, 99 Bunch Gal. $205
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last week. They were 3-1 to Bradford ballgame," agreed BHS Head Coach, 'v= _, Golden Ripe "'rf I Fresh LargeBananas
High's 2-3. Their bus seats are David Hurse. "Our own mistakes' .
swaybacked from all the 200-plus helped seal our doom, especially ( White EggS
pounders their roster Includes. They those penalties. We got the ball at )) The Steakman \ .
were coming off a 28-12 win over the their 30 after a fumble recovery by l ,, .
number four ranked team In class 4A. Frank Swindell) and moved ourselvesall I 4 $100 .. 2tt $149
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outside the 3A top ten rankings as penalties. That killed us.

shown by their inclusion at number. ".don't want to take anything away ,-" .; Quantity
eight this week. from our kids though, because they No Dealers
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last period to win. Sounds just like a real pleased that the kids hung in \ EP" Res
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Bas and referee In the
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Cassandra know amateur boxingthree ranked amateur
rounds of furious action a welcome
Johnson watch U.S.Soon be
change from the sleepy pace of many the Starke-born boxer may
the play. pro Bout.. machine-gun combination able to earn more of the light publici-
If BHS
the girls M1Ary be'
amateurs as
from the lighter guys.o N' r goes to
keep winning. headgear... Howard Cosell live from ticketed to be transferred to Ft.
they'll themselves play right Las Vegas with U.S. versus Russia In- Camel, Kentucky, In Dumber of
ternational from Havana this He explains
boxing, or year.
Into the .reCordbooks'
with the Cuba-U.S.. team match..,the that he'll train under the All-Army
is the winnlngest Golden Gloves. boxing coach .1 his new post. And opopurtunltles
Bradford What you might not know Is that p for Golden Gloves and In-
High volleyball
Starke has its own amateur pugilist terservice tourneys and International .
date.
team to
and a good one in John Dean. John team bouts could come his way.
the 22 year old son of James Sr. anoin John never fought off icialy until he
t Carrie joined the army after entered the army but he remembersthat
graduating from Bradford High in it was In Starke that he got his
1976 and he's been fighting ever since. pugilistic start. Asked What got him
And right now he's the top-ranked into boxing he answered guess''
welterweight(147 pound weight limit) John Dean, money for one. I used to watch the
on the European armed forces boxing fights on TV a lot. I built myself a bag
team and the owner of 120 wins in his with: a big sack and dirt in it and hungit
--- 128 bouts says John Is in his training regimen. in a tree. I hit that bag every day.
John was In town this week for an "When we're going to a big fight we Then my grandmother, Mrs. Louise
unfortunate reason, the funeral of his go to training camp a month or two Broxten, bought me some boxing
I Host GAS ThursdayVolleyball Buchholz Monday brother James Dean Jr., but had timeto prior to the fight, maybe to Italy or gloves."
talk about his boxing career Mon- Spain, or Stuttegart, Germany. And "I guess I've thought about quittinga
day afternoon. we train every day. Up around 6 a.m. couple of times since then... after
The slender-but-solid BHS grad and run eight miles. Then wash up, losses. I got the big head for a while
pulled no punches when asked about eat a big breakfast and go back to and just didn't train it was conditioning
Girls Can his goals: "I want to go to the Olym- bed. Back up at 1 and train until about that beat me. I was 64-2 and I
pic Trials and then to the Olympics, 6. Then we lay off for a couple of hours thought I was the greatest.Then I met
that's always been my dream." until 8 or 8:30: when we do my match. But I got to thinking 'why
He had hoped that dream would calisthenics." When not training he should I quit'."
already been fulfilled. "I was going to serves as a seargent In the 1st Bat- When you're 120 and eight that's a
Rewrite BHS RecordThe the I960 Olympic Trials but when talion 46th Infantry stationed in hard question to answer.
a President Carter made his decisionto Erlangen, Germany,but John admits
( boycott the Moscow Games) they "boxing is my job. .
decided not to send the European Fighting as a member of the 12-man
Lady Tornado volleball squad on our schedule before but all three of didn't look like a contender this team over to the states." For John, (one per weight class) USAREUR Viso
eased past Middleburg 15-8, 13-9 for the matches went three games," season but if its winning streak continues like many of the other more publicized European boxing team has brought
their sixth straight win Monday night Coach Inez Harvey noted, explainingthat BHS will be the darkhorse U.S. amateurs the boycott was a John to bouts all over the old conti
and are well within reach of a new it won't be easy. She also pointedout behind once-beaten Santa Fe when crushing blow. nent. He's fought the East Germans,
school record for volleyball victoriesas with a smile that this 1980 squadhas the District 5-AAA event Is played "I thought about turning pro after Spanish, Italians, the Finns, but
they host Gainesville High School the luxury of playing the most Nov.5-7 (Wednesday through Friday) that," John said, his deep voice never does the Interservice team
tonight Thursday Oct. 23, for a 7 matches ever for BHS, making a at Buchholz High. halting momentarily as he fight Communist teams so he hasn't
p.m. match. record for wins a little easier to come "We could beat Santa Fe if we real- remembered hearing the news. "ButI yet met up with the top Russian or
The BHS girls are 9-4 with three by.She ly put it together and play as a team," want to win the Olympic gold, that's Cuban welterweights. "I've fought
matches left before District's -. the did say the BHS girls would Coach Harvey said Tuesday. "Both my dream. I want to go to the Olym- some good ones-over there though" to the U.S. Dept.of .
GHS match, a home match against have to play better than they did times we played them we took them to pics in 1984 (in Los Angeles), I can Included In his record is a 1977 win According the
Buchholz Tuesday, Oct. 28 (again at 7 against the first-year Middleburg three games (with Santa Fe on top turn pro after that." over Eddie Green, who has since American Agriculture eats over average 150
) a visit to Hawthorne next girls to snap that school record. .We each time)." The recipe for fulfilling that dream made a big name for himself as a top- pounds of meat .a year.
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Monday afternoon, Nov. 3. BHS has had a very good practice Friday but
beaten all three teams left on the then just played lair Monday night .....
worksheet earlier this season so the Hope Jackson served eight points in
school mark of 10 regular season wins the first game win while Lisa Alvarezwas
achieved by the 1978 team could fall. the top scorer in game two, also
That '78 team went on to win once at with eight service points.
district's( before falling, finishing 11-4 One thing BHS has never done in
for the year. volleyball is win a District title. Aftera
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Not since 1970, when the Tornadoes struggled through a 3-6-1 campaign, the
worst season In Dave Hurse's 18 year tenure as BHS Head Coach, has Bradfordseen
a losing football mark from the Tornadoes. This year's 2-4 start threatens
another losing campaign and puts plenty of weight on the shoulders of Hurse, his
coaching staff, and the players. Nobody wants the distinction of being a loser at a
school that can proudly claim only two losing seasons since 1947.

The Tornadoes, at least-the Tornadoes of last week's game against GHS
should be able lei avert a losing year. They have the capabilities of winning all
four games left on the schedule to finish 6-4 and could slip once and still break
even at 5-5. But on the flip side of that coin Bradford could lose four or all five of
the remaining ballgames and finish with a disastrous year. Left are North
!Marion ((2-3), Buchholz (5-1)), Live Oak (1-5)), and Fernandma Beach ((3-2), with
all but Fernandina Homecoming( Nov. 21)) on the road.If .

those games were played today the Tornadoes would be rated about even
with North Marion and Fernandma, underdogs against Buchholz and favoritesover 111155 51 A
Live Oak. North Marion is a key game in all this figuring. If the Tornadoescan
beat the Colts Friday night they can finish 5-5 just by preventing a slip-up
against Live Oak and then taking a split against Buchholz, who underdog BHS
teams always seem tit, play tough, and Fernandina, which will visit before a
Homecoming crowd... 11.M. .

.Speaking III[ losing seasons Basketball Coach:Alike Sexton is doing all l he can .'
to forego another one next year. Sexton has 11 players working with him two days
a week after school' and that's not the half of it. A BHS summer group wasn't as
big as Sexton would have like lo see but he had enough to play half a dozen games
against other schools during the break and has had a good nucleus working with
him during sixth period since school, started.

The sixt)h period roundballers hit the weights and did drills on the tennis courts
a couple of weeks ago' when the P.E. classes took lo the outdoors and
allowed Sexton lo grab the gym for floor workouts.

Working now are varsity relurners Steve !Marks Eddie Thompkins. and Don- we've sweetened the' till.
niel Duster; Kerry Fisher and Michael Robinson, who have been with the varsityat
limes in the last couple of years; JV graduales Todd Jackson. Eddie Winkler, .
and Herbert Hawkins; and newcomers Kevin Howell, Isam Carter and Dennis
Dunlap. Expected out after football, McBride
are Dwayne Emmett Watkins and
Chuck Williams, and band member Ben Tankard will be another addition. Buy. V i ctor Gash Register! : before' ,

Two. good signs jump out when you consider this group: 1) Only McBride,
Carter. and Marks are seniors. And 2'1 Howell is 6-5 Thompkins and Tankard 6-4, .'t. '
and Robinson just misses going 6-4. There were times last year when Sexton Dec. 31 198 and we'll give you
might have spelled relief H.e-i.g-h-t. Now he just needs to develop some shooters. ..,

'"They've been working. real hard it's going In be very beneficial for those involved a FREE Victor Calculator. .
'Sexton said of the extra hours being put in... '
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They are the assistant trainers under '
Bradey Grealhouse for the BHS athletic "
program and can tell you a lot about extra hours. And about a job well done. This offer Is only available fora short time. Now Is.the. .-, ',' : '":' ;"
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lion into his family a couple of weeks back..... it'iv'ty '* '' .

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: Hunter Safely Course being offered at the Vo-Teth Sthool.' Community Educa- ;" .. ;'j-I. ; ,,' '
tion, Coordinator David. Siniih said It I'H.kslike the course will soon be required "of '..,I't',, > ",), ,,,,,1:1': .'
till hunters 18-and-under. and may be made a requirement for hunters of all ages. "'\. .. ., :'\,, I ,...,. <, ".- ..' ; 'I'tIf ':. '
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73 have gone through the Bradford course so far and another class, the fifth one TneIla '. w ;.. -,' : <
starts Monday night. Classes are for four nights. Monday through Thursday '- <* I ,, '
'with a half-day session at the LWCI gun range also Included. Contact David at i', ':: *: "
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Lejune North Carolina is scheduled to compete In the 51 h Annual :Marine Corps ,;,,/ .
;Marathon scheduled for November. 2 That's a 26-mile. 385 yard trip through Off I. ;; ': .

Washington. D.C.,.... W. Call St.: ap'J.: ., .' .

..Back to football. In case you missed it elsewhere l in these pages BHS and A ,'el9Se4.57s4 ;
i Georgia Tech football, player Dunn.v .Hewell graduated from Tech last quarter. .
with a degree in industrial management.....

\ .BHS linebacker Kevin Hrddlnh has been talked to by Helhunv-Cmikinan of A
Daytona. Beach about a football, scholarship. Tornado defensive coach Jimmy
{ Thomas says somebody ought tii make Reddish College monster man. .

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Jr. Midgets 22-Middleburg 0 scored on in three straight baUzames :
to tie Orange Park's Colts 0-0 Saturday
The Bradford Jr. Midget Cowboys morning In Starke.
continued their winning ways last The Cowboys came close to scoring
-week, defeating Middleburg 22-0 to late In the fourth quarter when Harold
run their record to 9-0 and set up a Chandler fired a pass to Billy Stroud
battle for first place in Orange Park who took the ball all the way to the OP
Saturday Oct. 25. five yard line before being tackled. "
The Cowboys play also-unbeaten But, the long gainer was called back
Bel-Med I j.
at 6
p.m. Saturday evening because of a penalty.
in Orange Park in the only regular Defensively Kelsey Thomas strip'I''I
season clash between' the two ped a fumble away from the Colts at .
ringleaders. the Cowboy 35 early In the game. The l
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22-polnt first-half explosion keyed Bradford team moved the ball when
the Cowboys last week with Gerald Stroud hit Chandler for an eight yard
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opening
pass and Chandler ran for 12 more
1980 49 yards to the Middleburg 21 to get markers but the drive was stopped.
The 1980 edition of the youth Bradford Roadrunners Club. Parado Carrie Coburn, Sandra Cain and Nannette Perry. thins rolling.This seta.9 yard TD Gerald Bradham pulled a Colt run- ,
a local distance running group coached by George Loper. Is Standing left to right. Andy Lewi. Allen Gonzales, y Kerry Hall and John DavidFrancis' ner down at the OP 19 to lead another .[
Involved In another cross. country-road racing campaign. Coach George Loper Donald Shaw Marvin Shaw George conversion kick made it 8-0. defensive roadblock and Donnie
The Roadrunners are: kneeling left to right. Earnest Crews, Marty Lawton. Marty Irons, Henry Cooper. Paul Robert Bellamy swept end for a .9 Roberts came up with tackle at the
Hall .Linda PeWitt. Polly Grlffls. Stacy Reddish Donna McKinney John Crews, James Davis and Billy Wells. yard score late in the first quarter. Colt 18 to halt another Orange Park ,t
That capped a 52 yard drive and series before the half.
another Francis boot made it 16-0. The only Cowboy threats to score In ,I
Midway through the second period the second half came after quarterback -
Brown broke free up the middle and Chuck,Morrow got a first down If.
I raced 58 yards for a TD giving Bradford with a quarterback sneak and then
Bradford Girl Harriers Win
AgainBradford short.a 22-0 advantage with the EP falling Chandler after the to Stroud.long pass play from I.

In the second half defensive struggle -

High's girls cross country Districts (Feb. 7 at St. Johns Com- Roadrunner' leader Linda. DeWitt led by the Aaron Cowboys Mathews protected((13 tackles the lead and OP 7 -Jr. Pee Wees 0 i,

team won Its fourth dual meet withouta munity College" said Coach George were given faulty directions for the assists), Keith Gillingham (9), Tony The Jr. Pee Wees were unable to
loss Tuesday at Baldwin, defeatingthe Loper. "The boys got off to an Im- course and finished far off their usual Davis ((8), and Jimmy Hankerson (7). score when they got to the five yard )
host team 22-39. pressive start for their first race. pace., Simon Mitchell stopped two Mid line midway through the second
And for the first time this year BHS They gave themselves a good base to dleburg drives with interceptions and period and ended up losing to Orange
had team of four build I'm have full as#.do. 22-s.unl.so Park's Steelers 7-0 last fall-
a boys as a corps on. pleased to a Darren Chandler and also Saturday,
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sophomores joined ninth grader Timmy complement of boys. Ing to 1-4 in the process. {
Mill, Ml) tonl Pmwll '.'... .Mi)Pn tiMI14tU picked off passes while Tracy Boll- ,I
Gonzales to form a full unit. The Gerald Gullion led the BHS boys Ml) Tint tM ,..... Ml) !''"'- 0_. M|ar. Inger recovered a fumble. The defense, led by Darrin Paterson I
Tornadoes dropped their opening run across In 19:00: for fourth place with Ml. )y_..*Ma. IliM, II*)trim!.*.. 107., Mike Chappel thwarted a Mid- (six tackles and a fumble .
to the Baldwin boys 20-33. Brian Kemp fifth in 19:02.: dleburg threat at the BC 14 yard line recovery) and Dane Clark, Ray
Jennifer Nix led the pack across in The middle school Bradford MnUfcMI. .IdM 4H) O.n0.a fM, Ovlll A.y.06Is .' "'10. ....) VftaltHtm. by making three defensive stops Austin, Ron Thomas, Dennis Glover I'
13:25: to lead BHS in the 2-mile girls Roadrunners also took part Tuesday, Ittot. Ml) finny OMMlM. Mill, Ml) Mw.fll along with Jeff McSwain and Barry Dale Brown, and Mike Anders (all :
race. Pam Hawkins was third in 14:10: with Carle Coburn and sixth-grader Cmw4 Mill, It*)SliMft f flv' IliJO.T Boswell. Jr. Midgets with five tackles), put (he stop on the
and Carol Fussell Pam Pratt Tina Sandra Raine leading the girls and visitors before and after a second ;
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with personal bests. "The girls did finishing 1-2 for the Roadrunner boys. 1__.. ,.....rally 0,,"'*IfiOT, H.. tn P... yIUII With runs like this one from John The Jr. Pee Wee offensive line i
terrific for six of the top eight girls to Seven year old third grader Jill ,ll"WIHtaM, lilt*. ,... David Francis the Jr. Midget opened big holes! said Coach D.L.
get PR's (personal records). Theyare Williams was the eighth Roadrunnergirl Crawl y.-ohm a.yw.n0 14ml C.wy Pawl to McKlmwy'"'. to m 11 Doll Or",M.* Cowboys of Bradford are cruising McRae, and quarterback Greg Wig- I
right where they should be in across. Imck Hartto. MiM, M""'. OMi ,,,,,. .....* /r... Mitey Mites o- OP 0 along unbeaten five games Into the gins used one of the openings for a 40
hopefully being ready to peak for Top BHS girl Tyffany Griffis .and N1n.$..ry Ca,..tow, The Bradford Cowboy Mitey Mites Pop Warner season. Saturday they yard run while, Patterson broke a 20
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7-9 Year Olds place tie with the Steelers In the I
Starke Rec. Department's 10-14 year
The Bucs were the big winners In old flag football league.,
the Starke 7-9 year old flag football k-
league last week, winning twice witha Oct. 21- ,I
victory over the previously C t'
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unbeaten Cowboys.Oct. Dude Paladino's extra point after a Bradford I'
short TD run by Allen Hall broughtthe
20- Rams back for a 7-6 victory Tues-
Bucs 8. Broncos 6
Bo Bishop picked off a pass and ran day.The Steelers had taken the lead J
40 yards for a TD and then threw to when Robbie Spitze intercepted a County Telegraph to
Jimmy Langley for the conversion to pass and ran in from the 12 for a

send Monday.the Bucs** past the Broncos 8-6 score. .,::ji, ; ". il ", M .."'. "'....... .. .

I Kirby J W Hildebran scored the :.Oilm; i ;s28-Dplphin48 t. ,?. ,, ; .- ;
Bronco TDVfter setting the score up Andy Nyugen turned a pass from 9 inep.1
with a 20 yard pass to Scott Binder. Timmy Nugent into a 40 yard \
touchdown play ran another from the
Cowboys 20-Colts 6 20, and caught passes from Dan Duffy .
Chris Noegel and Scott Duncan and Nugent for two more scores to
picked off passes and returned the interceptions lead the Oilers to victory '
for TD's and Noegel Tommy James caught a coupe of That's Send '
caught a pass from Chuck Mullins for extra point passes for the winners right. your
another score In the Cowboys win while John David Francis figured In
Monday.A c all both Dolphin scores, hooking up '
Mark Strickland to Jamey Smith with Mike Gray for a 40 yard pass I I'I I't
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another touchdown
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An eight yard pass from Chuck Rams 28- Dolphins 6 subscription to the Bradford
Mullins to Calvin Lane was the dif- Robert Taylor' threw touchdown _
ference in this ballgame. passes to Randy Thompson (22 and 16 .
Mullins had ran in from the three yards), Allen Hall (7 yards) and
for the first Cowboy score while Bo Russell Trainor (15 yards), .nd popped This will If
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Bucs equalizer. Binder and Hall as the pass-happy
Rams went over the Dolphins last ,,
Colts 12. Broncos 6 Thursday. informed to what's Bradford-
happening
Mark Strickland hit Eric Noegel fora John David Francis hit Chad as County.
20 yard aerial TD and then returneda Mullins for 11 yards and the only.
punt 37 yards for another score to Dolphin score.:
lead the Colts. ,
The Broncos kept the game close 0IIer'IS-sieelers8' \
when Mitch Gray popped In from the The Oilers handed the Steelers their OR HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT GIVING
one in the second half. first loss as Timmy Nugent passed for
TD's to Andy Nguyen (11 yards) and
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moved the 'Canes right back to the Gondge scrambled for nearly five
BHS 31 but Bill Russell coughed up more but a fourth down screen pass
another fumble and Reddish grabbed was knocked down by Gainesville's
the ball.. Gary Parker with Just 30 seconds to''
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keepers and on passes the Hurricanes from the BHS 30. Enclosed is ,)my check for '$1'000 out of County $9 County.. :

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the game chewing up another 4:38: off (8)) along with Frank Swindell <6i and '
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ended at the nine. Brown passed Into wasn't among the lop tacklers but .Zip.
the endzone searching for the clinching Coach Hurse said the junior defensiveend
score but BHS sophomore Brian played his position very well for.
Thomas leaped high to pick the pass the second straight week. .


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Childers and the boys are looking forward though," noted Clyatt. "I thoughtsome
to a road game against the San of them might not want back in
ta Fe Baby Raiders In Alachua today. but they kept coming back."
"We're going down to Santa Fe with a "If we had played that way in the Fall
whole new attitude," Stevens said other games we might have won them
Monday. "I told 'em last week logo all,"Stevens said.
out there and have a good time and Bruce Simmons scored the BHS
play the way we've been practicing.For touchdown, running the ball in from
the first time they played the 20 after an option pitchout from
together as a unit. Shoot, we brought Craig Sapp to pull BHS to within 8-6
17 kids over there and played every early on. Stevens said both those
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