Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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September 24, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Today's expected high is 86. Clear with winds. from the N.E. coming in' News. .!U ..,." .I.{ Pages 1Ar2Aa3A'\-A. '' i I
at 12 m.p.h.Thursday( ( Sept. 24). Editorial! )r!.;.;%1'" ""Page 4A. ,
High temperature will be B6 degrees, one degree higher than last week. Society. ..v'-v" .. Pagts 5&6A. \f' .,
Forecast Friday' through Sunday is for sunny days and fair nights, with Sports.. .v!,. j.,.Pages izaHA. >.*,.
a few spotty thundershowers.the Department of Forestry headquarterson SECTION B:' ";
SR-100 west of Starke'states. Correspondence..Page 4/7B "
Starke got .59'! 'inches; of rain Sept.' 16. and .43 inches Sept. 17. WPXE Briefs. ..... .... .'. Page ,SB&7B ., "I. :
stales/ .The Highland fire tower recorded .35 Inches of rain Sept.16.and.60 Real Estate Leg ls.. Page 7B ;:,- ,.\f.. u The Sweetest 'Strawberries This Side ,of Heqven
inches Sept.: 17.;The Sante Fe Lake tower recorded .80 inches Sept. 16. and Classifieds. .'.,i.,,.. .Page 8B& B I03rd Year STARK!!;, r'MJHIUA 25 Cents
2.30 inches Sept,,11.1I1e'New. River tower recorded a trace on Sept. 16 and Obituaries"" :--i.-, .. . Page 10B ", 8th Issue Thursday,September 24. 1981 USPS 062700f Copy: _
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'hi: Bradford volunteer firemen are try and park their equipment on the' ._.
ing to have prepared by the Oct. 5 Bradford County Courthouse lawn.
county commission meeting a proposed "I feel the county should fund this
ordinance for a special fire tax thing or just get put of the fire fighting .,.
-'v district. business," DeRitch Green told commissioners
': The firemen planned what they at the Sept...14 meeting.
: term a,"do or die" effort last Thurs-' The volunteer firemen won't continue "
: day evening, Sept. 17, at a called to do somethin the county doesn't
meeting at the Bradford County want us to do.'Green said adding he
. firehouse in Starke. Firemen told the doesn't want to get killed using anti
la ';., commissioners: Sept. 14 they would quated equipment..'
.. quit Oct. 1 if no funds are forthcoming Commissioners' talked of another
but then extended the deadline to referendum, this time one that wouldbe
Oct. 5 in order to present their proposed binding on the county.( They also :;.
Ar ordinance to the commission. talked of including the' incorporated.
y ,t"t r'r Meeting this Tuesday,. Sept. 22 to areas in a new Vote, and of giving the :-0:..
+ y approve the new budget, the county taxes collected in incorporated areas :
t commissioners seemed to be divided' back to the towns. ;.; .
3t 3-2 against a fire protection tax.Commissioner "We've got to act together," Fire "i- '
E.W. Hodges said he won't Council spokesman Bill Crouse told '
vote an additional mill of taxes on commissioners Sept. 14'adding it's up
county residents. Commissioner to the county commissioners to act. I
n. q Homer Hart asked what good new fire ,
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/ L trucks would do if nobody was at the
station when a fire breaks out.
Commissioners all agree the Dime Store
volunteer'have done a good job with ,
I what they've had to work with, and
have performed a real service to the
I county: The commissioners hope the

I fire firemen protection will reconsider effort going.and keep the Bids Adieu

; The volunteers, 'voted.t, t to hire
J1 t Gainesville attorneyNorm LaCoe to !
ri help them seek funds for new firefighting

t I equipment. LaCoe former To ,Call St.
,. county attorney for Alachua County,
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was prepare an ordinance
01" create service tafcUig unit to .", ,.... ,
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. 'HfombeVif of;-the. FWg'torpi/?tiie Brsdford an(INr)I Kneeling : 1 ( color and beauty' to the band. whatever'LaCoe said is he is willing to aid to.the do over by 50 Van years H.,Priest the 5 and Inc lot of store Madisonwill owned -

Parrish, Marsha Watterson and Lisa Gilbert. Standing.Catrell Ffrrlsh, Starke: Marsha Is the daughter volunteers, including necessary the possiblity of close its doo'rs for the last time
" Brenadette Tyson Sharon Griflls. Anne Loper and leader Charlotte football'I SUrke; Lisa Is the daughter of Mr. and a meeting with County Attorney Saturday night Sept. 26, at 6 p.m.
The- flag corps practices two hours per day four or five days is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Dudley Hardy. Asked Tuesday morn-
sometimes Fridays when its necessary; they say. The flag corps the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tyson, ing, Sept. 22, as he was entering the There is simply not enough dollars
sponsor, and a way to raise money.The new white gloves they'll have on and Mrs.Clifton Grills of Starke; Anne is courthouse, Hardy said he had heard coming in to make a go of the dime
night, for Instance, were paid for out The corps does routines<< with, the Fighting Tornado Marching Band at Geiger of Starke., LaCoe and appeared willing to meet official as he dismantled the store fixtures
with them. morning.

t "Two heads are better than one," "We hate to leave but it is inevitable
Hardy said. ," the store official said

New Classroom in Works to Ease SS Space Problem The volunteers see this as their" last regretfully.Not .
effort. "A last dying quiver, said enough money is taken in (to pay
c Harry Green, former county for the stock which has to be carried
volunteer fire chief still very much in- he said. Although the dime store has
Authorized for volved in the effort of the firemen who done very well in its closeout: sale the
Enlargement Hampton ElementaryA want to give better service and feel official added.

they are hampered by ancient and In- Nor can such a business afford the
portable wood-frame classroomwill Casey cut out a covered walkway and the present library will be divided In- ahead of Brooker Elementary? Yes, adequate equipment. The newest rent to move into a shopping center.
be built at Southside Elementary some concrete work, which were to two small classroom spaces for. said Casey. truck they have is a 1958 model. the businessmen said.
School with all possible speed to alternates, because they knew there students. and the() -Hall then moved to accept the DeRitch Green said the equipment is Call Street is gradually fading
.alleviate a crowded 5th grade situa would be no money to build them. federal Title I program. change in priorities. "old antiquated and unsafe. away and the dime store( is a casualtyof
tion, the Bradford School Board, Making the cuts now will save architectural After the straw ballot asking the the times, said the official. Van H.
decided Monday night, Sept. 21. fees on the alternates.At In discussion of the building projects "What if I don't like that? asked people in unincorporated areas if they Priest operates nine other dime
board member Rodney Hall board member J.T Parrish, who wanted to one mill of additional "
HE the present kitchen will pay stores "which still earn us a living
Authorization for the firm of architect asked if Supt. Casey was suggesting tax for better fire protection
become a classroom, the present din- (See Classrooms... property the store official I said.
Craig Salley,to proceed with ing room will become a library, and moving the Southside Ele., project p.2A) passed 2 to I, the volunteers thought
design for "We have been next door neighbors
development plans a new they would receive some $120,000 ad-
cafetorium at Hampton Elementary ditional funds.The firemen even went! tor these many years and it is not a
School was also given by the school so far as to present the commissionwith pleasant thing to say goodbye" company .
beard. The move will free two additional a budget of how they would President Van li. Priest wrote
. classroom spaces at HE, plus ue k x, ,.i:. vv' spend the 120000. the Telegraph :Monday! Sept. 21.
make a few smaller rooms availablefor The county commissioners in a 3-2 Clyde Priest brother of Van H.
use by students. ,.,... vote still refused to pass an ordinanceto Priest, managed the store for many of
In a change in building priorities, establish the fire tax district. Com its 50 years of operation until his
the board put Hampton Elementary'at missioners E.W. Hodges, Homer death.
the top of its building priority projects Hart, and E.L. (Nook) Norman "We are leaving on account of the
but elevated the need for two over Commissioners business situation on ,Main Street"
additional classrooms Southside Lawrence prevailed Mosley and Maxie Carter, wrote Mr. Priest. "Since we do not
Elementary ahead of Brooker Jr., who supported the firemen. open seven days week it is not profitable
Elementary. .Supt. Tom Casey said Firemen thought that newly elected for us to move into a shopping
the changes must be approved by the commissioner' Homer Hart would center

State Department of Education but back them as did also newly'elected "We have many pleasant memoriesof
that he expects no trouble in gaining commissioner but Hart sided
Mosley; Starke and also of you our
approval for the changes.At 'against the proposed new tax. neighbor." wrote :Mr. Priest.
Southside two fifth grade The commission also refused to go
classrooms are overcrowded, with with a "deal" to buy eight new fire
some 35 students each, while a third 'trucks on time,with payments around
fifth grade teacher has only 18 $80,000 the first year and getting less
students because her classroom is actually In succeeding years. Firemen say the
a closet. Principal Jesse Moore new trucks would cost much more
said it would help to know some helpis

on the way. Since a portable will be _u____ ___ _______ now.Commissioners figured the straw
built, Moore said he won't proceedwith Crawford Road ballot would fail, thereby killing the
County Commissioners and Road Foreman Inspect Limerock on
plans to combine grade levels to issue of substantial funding for the
alleviate the crowding volunteers. But the firemen worked
The HE enlargement was cut downto hard and the ordinance passed. ThereIs J
an estimated $184,441. to allow the for still discussion whether
More Parking Space in the Works CourthouseEver over
school board money to finish the PMR firemen told the people they would be
building and cafetorium at the Middle paying additional taxes. The firemen
school, two projects which are been difficult to find a parking place at the Bradford the county can't do now, says Commission Maxie Carter, said they certainly did point out they
already under way. The board has a courthouse? Jr; who is in charge of the Road Department., were asking for more taxes to be

total of $204,506 of uncommitted It's a problem sometimes. That's why the county commission The county, for instance Is doing its own grading and levied. .SATLW'!RPAr,$e. 'tJ
building funds in hand at this time, is paving a new parking area north of the coot hauling limerock for the courthouse paving project. In Firemen are upset; they say the INDIANSUMMER
Casey reported.The thouse. years past, HE project a year ago had been. Road Foreman Leon Ellington looks over the'grading' paving job, but now the Road Department saves money ballot passed they would give
estimated at $160,000. Inflation pushed job being done by Ken Frees an experienced grader favorable consideration to Bradford Co. Fairgrounds
the estimate for the full HE Contractor for' the small paving job around the courthouse -
operator given the job of leveling the-site which lies betsweer the
establishing special tax district. Sponsored by Slarkt Civitans
$204,000. and the board chopped it the courthouse and Georgia Street. The will is V.E.Whitehurst & Sons of Williston. Whitehurst,
county to be here SR-I After firemen told commissionersSept * * *
back to 184441. Architect Dave down the limerock and the will be repaving between Starke and the Clay
put parking area pavedas
14 intend to close GOSPEL SING
/ they
bid up operation
County line $57,430 to
Jackson said he estimated pave:
of the courthouse ,
part paving project? Oct. 1 if no funds are forthcoming 7:00 P.M. j
tion costs at $52 per square foot.A Ellington was high in his praise of grader operator McMahon Street, -behind the courthouse. between from the county, the commissioners, Airpark Baptist Church
new cafetorium; kitchen and a Frees. who came to work with the county about eight Weldon and Georgia Streets. at Hardy's suggestion offered them N.Orang* St.StarkeTugsPAYI5
classroom for Itinerant students Is in ,years ago as a teenager. Frees came in with the long hair The new courthouse parking area. $10.000 the county has budgeted for I'
the works for HE,but two classroomshad popular then and now, and asked for a job. Ellington told Weldon Street between US-301 and SR-16. the Development Authority. ...PIEMBeQ29T!
to be cut out of the preliminary him to get a haircut and come back;figuring to never see Lake Street, out to Weldon Street. Monday night the firemen termed BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING
plans to bring the project down to the youngster again. But half and hour later Frees was II
Grand Street, from Weldon Street behind the Inspec the proposed$10,000 offered as too lit- Board Meeting-7:30 P.M.
184441. The new construction will bea back. Keeping his promise, Ellington hired the youngster: don station north to Georgia Street. ,tie to allow them continue to eCITY
separate rectangular building even though he didn't even know Back then' how to get on a, Georgia Street from Grand St. east to US-301. operate.If OF BROOK6R "
behind the present hexagon. shaped .grader. At the same time the county plans to improve and the commissioners do not vote Budget public hearing
HE school building. Now Frees Is part of a small county road department: widen the Bessent Road turnoff from SR-230 (East Call favorably Oct. 5 at their meeting, the 7:JO P.M.
The school board and Supt. Tom that is steadily, gaining in expertise..That Is. not too much Street). volunteers voted to close the doors :


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TELEGRAPH September 24..1981,

1Y"b: oifly:Shows at Hearing I s'' J I 'ri W ; .

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:Speh&ing Approved __ ___ _. Districts

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There is a great deal of controversy
"I strongly support a single
.: ')$rdt: :a';, single taxpayer showed up ''assessment. People don't like d member district reapportionment regarding the issue of single member
'Tuesday night, Sept. 22, to comment assessments going up each year but 3 3 program," State Rep. Frank districts versus multiple member
on how to spend the county's $358,000 they don't complain because the J Williams, D-Crystal Lake, told the district,. with many people,favoring
.Ire' federal sharing funds, the 9.337 assessment is lower than the property Exectuve Board of the Clay,,County the single member district plan. .
mill county tax:levy,or.the. $3 million value, Alvarez says. 1 Democratic Commitee in Green Cove With single member districts, one
budget for fiscal 8182. Springs Tuesday night, Sept. 21. .representive or one, senator would
The commission approved all three In other'action Monday, Sept. 14, Rep. Williams was asked to speak represent a particular district. In a
items in short order,then sat down for the commission before the Clay County Democratic multiple member district more than
two hours, of.Informal discussion of ( Executive Board meeting and to give one senator' or representive will

county' matters, including the threatto Signed a resolution allowing the wtM r his views as well as answer any questions represent a district, as is the case
quit by'county volunteer firemen Weight Division of the state Depart- ell" at'rr 1 those attending might have. .
and the'oad paving situation. ment of Transportation to weigh q I'a Rep. Williams explained that with now.A '
'Taxpayers packed the meeting trucks inside Bradford County. The the tremendous growth in District 25 state senator will represent
room two weeks ago for the first agreement will go a long way toward of the Florida House of Represen- 240,000 people and a state house

public hearing on the budget, tax solving the problem of trucks with too ,% jR ,r nMl+ tatives, which encompasses Clay, member will represent 81,167 people.
levy, and revenue sharing funds. much weight on county roads, said an y' 1 q 4 Bradford, and northern half of Because of major growth areas suchas
Nor did a single taxpayer protesthis obviously releived Sheriff Dolph Red- w St.Johns Counties,, 'the need for District 25 the number of people
property assessment Tuesday dish, who told the board his department I I, redrawing existing district lines is represented by one legislator or
morning to the Board of Adjustment, is not really equipped to handle 1 essential. The 1970 census reported senator is far more than the Constitution -
composed of three county commis- the weight problem.Was calls for. '
!I the population to be 56,591 while the
sioners and two school board
"In counties such Duval where
i 80 census shows 117,331. This difference as
members. told it will cost some$20,300: to represents an growth of 103.7 growth has not occurred they may actually
Serving for the county were com- repair the SCL railroad crossings on percent.The lose a senator," Rep. Williams
missioners E.W. Hodges,E.L. (Nook) each end of Griffis Loop (SR-100A). state House and ,Senate will said.
Norman, and Homer Hart. Serving The board had to the cost, but I .. '
pay "Government has to start
1i1IIo -- _-:: convene in January of 82 to decide got doing
from the school board ;,. ;:' =',_.\1IC21'1
were board asked attorney Dudley Hardy to investigate -
how the new districts will be drawn.' like I have to do at home; when I can'tafford
members Arthur Gaskins and J.T. to see of the county owes all Okra Aplenty... ,> They will have from January until I don't buy and don't borrow to

Parrish. of that amount Dark green and five feet'-" gb L:: these young okra plants owned by John March to make the changes. If more make up for a loss," says the staunchly -
Property appraiser Alvarez
id he had Jimmy Williams and his son, Kenneth, 13. are expected to yield 25 to 30 bushels per time is needed a special 60 day session conservative Rep. Williams,
sa IS or 20 his Was reminded the
phone tax adjustment
week. will be called. Should a decisionnot when asked how he feels budget cuts,
office, and two or three came in to fill board will meet Tuesday 22, at
out Sept. It's the best okra crop he's ever grown says the senior Williams, who owns be reached at that time the new such as those proposed by President
applications to protest their 9 a.m. in the courthouse. Commis- the half-acre patch just off Old Lawtey Road In the Reno section of Starke. districts will be decided in the courts."I Ronald Reagan, would affect the
assessments to the
board of adjust- sioners Maxie Carter, Jr., E.W.
ment. Bad weather rotted the seed the first time Williams planted. lie replanted In urge everyone to contact their areas of Bradford and Clay Counties.
and Homer Hart and
But Hodges July and the okra just took off. Senators and Representives and tell Rep. Williams finished by saying
nobody the bottom line school board members will be
got past who
of the which Young Ken says he hasn't worked the okra much: it makes him itch. And them you want this decided before a that {public input is vital in the final
application asks what the will sit in
property owner will take for the judgement appointed Monday of night who besides Ken Is busy with school work. special secession needs to be called: ," decision on reapportionment made by
which is property property owners Williams wears a long sleeved shirt to work the okra.Anyone who's never had Rep: Williams told' the Clay the senators and legislators in the '82
always more than the claim their assessments are too high.
experience. of cutting okra,take the warning. It does cause you to itch. Democratic Executive Committee. session.


Supt. Casey Says:

I State Should Fund Schools on Regional Basis to Average Cost IndexIf : I

the cost-of-living index pertaining benefit, the Bradford superintendent state school
funding formula.
to school funding isn't going to go points out. The state funds school districts iI. the total public school budget for the pupil-rich south-Florida counties cent of the $1,238.99: FTE figure are
away, Supt. Tom Casey suggests applying "$10( million Is nothing," Said Dave three-year average of the price level on a state. At 95.62 percent Bradford is which earn more than 100 percent. sprinkled all across north Florida and
the formula on a regional basis Liken, a member of the House Appropriations index,called the district cost differen- paid only $1,184.72 per student, $54.27 The cost level differential for the Panhandle and down into the
instead of countybycounty.Supt. Committee staff in tial. Districts less than a district earning 100 per- Alachua County, for instance, is 98,17 center of the state. The further south
are paid on a basis of 80
Casey proposes funding basedon Tallahassee who specializes! in the percent of a 3-year and.100< cent of an FTE unit. Being below percent; for Clay it is 98.15, and for the more counties drawing the
regions within the state, a method state school funding program called percent of the remaining average 20 average on the cost differential costs Union County 95.94 percent.All $1,238.99 per student. Stretching-
which out the level in- percent. Bradford and other north-Florida around the end of the state each
averages price the Florida Education Finance Program The district cost differential for counties/school districts were on :
dexing and which would cost the state counties hundreds of thousands of coast, both the Gold Coast and Sun-
(FEFP). Liken was comparingthe Bradford County is 95.62 percent of a dollars expected to receive not less than a 10
$9.9 million, less than Vi of 1 percentof $10 million figure to the $225 basic fulltime equivalent (FTE) unit Some each year. percent increase in school funding in Coast, are the rich tax based pupil-
the state school budget of $225 million state budget at an Aug. 24 of $1,238.99 for 8182. The FTE dollar less counties earn more, some 81-82, Liken explained."It rich districts drawing more than lOtf-(
million. Under his funding proposal 41 hearing at the Starke Woman's Club value is arrived at by the than 100 percent. Mostly, it is the percent of$1,23899) per student. a
school district (counties) would where, state officials explained the number of students in the state into small, rural north-Florida counties ain't gonna go away, said Dr. The political power lies in pupil-rich-
which earn less than 100 percent. It is Carey Ferrell, director of public Dade County, said Dr. Ferrell, which
schools for the Department of Education has over 400.000( pupils. Dade teachers
$5 Million City Budget After for the state who was also presentfor negotiate a binding contract with the
I Approved Long DiscussionThe
the Aug. 24 meeting in Starke, of school board, then the Dade
the cost-of-living adjustment. The
city's $5 million budget was and improvement of drains and re- Housing and Urban Development nounced the Starke Recreation FEFP of 1973 was a victory for all Tallahassee legislative after delegation the money goes to fund-to
given final approval Sept. 15 in ditching of Oak St. from Brownlee to .
a (HUD). Department school districts and greatly increased the Dade tells
,, received
a $5.500 program. Department'of
unanimous vote of the commis- Ida Street, and for installation of
city a6inch Commissioner Jimmy Crosbyan grant school funding statewide. But to get I ifr EUUftatlrtn'tofficlalsf!it'''haS! td'hJvd'a"certain \''

!C i-sion d after weeks of water-fire main and a fire" __ __...__.. .....".,!..._u ft..4. ... _,,..,. ............. ...... ......a passed by largC-COUn: ty 1tS sJtgrAfJaga' amount of money thus'VHe"1! \ '
". addition balancing i hydrant valve out Old, Lawtey Rd. to t* / ; I-HI .rvi.v ;- pot,had t0 i! $: lt t tQ u'l! sipi'les9sti i ? huge : ) (
: In the commissioners, Market Rd ._ M(1)) 1e"Ho'n 1 : "' :: '' ; ? IhN'pi&
of ,
!'i'were\ agreeable toother''business! ':""'The"' rojccf is part of the second i 6 estllst'Due"; counties;,! IJUroqtmeJ more! : money) ,,:Dr.hIjh l ; Ferrell 1441:i..SOtnGr told t tim If:\tMdthg each' : 0' 1. 1llt.IQ

brought before them Tuesday of the Instead of telling the state how'much
even- year 3-year improvement program the Starke .
ing, Sept. 15. Voting was unanimousby being financed with grant Letters have been mailed to mobil te'rs were mailed, with an enclosure gathering.A money they,,need,other counj'
those present. Commissioner Bob money from the U.S. Department of home owners stating tags were due. copy of registration with the owner's sparcity factor may be added to ties have to wait until the state tells.
Milner was absent due to a training for renewal January 31, 1981. name on it.Trailers the price index formula which would them! how much the county will
conference for the prison system in If you have a current sticker, beginning -. are taxed according to help small rural counties which don't receive.
St. Petersburg.Engineer with a D, you are asked to report length. Please contact the tax collec-- have enough students to have some
Bob Lucas asked that the Presbyterian Youth the number and where you purchasedthe tor for further Information. programs larger counties can offer. -

city advertise for bids for resurfacing FellowshipAs mobile home to the Bradford, Liken, Ferrell, and Don McGruder, -

a follow-up to our planning courthouse County tax on collector's N. Temple office the George Pierce Seeks executive of the Florida School Board BRADFORD
retreat last weekend the Association and, as such, a legislative COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Sing Set Saturday Presbyterian Youth Fellowship will Under must Florida either law homestead, mobile homeowners their lobbyist, all urged local school officials Published, avary ThursdayatlttW.CallStroot ,

At Airpark BaptistA meet at the church at 3 p.m., Sunday, property and pay ad valorem taxes, County JudgeshipLocal not to place all their eggs in one' I
September 27, to go to Kingsley Lake basket. Pursue funds not part of the Starka, Florida 32091
gospel sing is set Saturday, Sept.26, for a swim party and Vespers Ser or buy a mobile home,,(MH) every, attorney George H. Pierce FEFP and do not give up on the proposal ,
at 7 p.m. at Airpark Baptist Church at vice. year. I'.'rr'tir'i : !5 has made application for county by Supt. Casey<<: (they,advised.\ Second Clout POttog od atu; I i iStork.
521 N. Orange Street in Starke,accor- All youth who were unable to attend The county commissioners nave..|t Judgeship to the post recently vacated .. Florlda.rl :' c,:,: t
ding to the pastor, Rev. Lacy C. Con- last weekend's retreat asked Tax Collector Esther Hall to,, when Elzie Sanders was appointed Rep. Frank rWilliams'only''ohe'of"the ;)
way. attend this are urged to get this tax collected and up to date. circuit judge. three local public officials jo'shpw/; '. i.' iji'j'< '" C'nr Katii' I ISubscription I-* I
There will Sunday. Everyone attending At this time $3,500 has been Pierce in said the arguments about' : .11)/01/ I
be senior person
coilecledl of
special singers. is asked to bring something to 'lJ r partner firm of Intradaaraai, $1.00;
Refreshments will be served. snack and to drink. Dinner will be from 55 mobile home owners: :350 lets Pierce and Hardy, was county prosecutor the cost of living index he heard Monday $5.00 si*months ,1'tV'
Everyone is invited to attend, says provided. Youth in grades 7-11 are "' during the 60's for 5 yrs. night have all been argued on the' .b J
Rev. Conway. cordially invited to join us. B.M.8NeW8' ,.)I Pierce has served the city as attorney House floor. The large counties have Outilda trada araa:10.00 par yaar
for 21 yrs., he also served as the the vote; it's as simple as that, $5.5011.month.

I More Classrooms Set. Artist of the Week: Chris Powell in" school board attorney for 2 or 3 yrs. Williams, added. __ _:r" .
Pierce is Districts drawing less
.. Art 5th Period. Chris did "d contour Judicial Circuit a past Bar president Association of the 8th (Plait!100! par4astir

(From Page IA) walls structural might engineer fall under a declaring 50 mph wind.the drawing School in Pictures chalk. .>. 'Tpursdayl; ty president Chamber Rotary of Commerce and Bradford and Coun-past t" 1-= r :J; d 1III

jokingly.lives in the Brooker precinct, asked the Jackson repair: said plans his from firm architect has approved Don of September We would volunteers 24 like, welcome back two Commander Pierce previously of the American applied Legion.for the Summer ,Will Soon Be Gonet.!
our that I
Morgan with the us
"Well, vote 'no'?" Hall suggested. exception of a few last Mrs. new Judgeship of the 1st District Courtof ,
items year. Sandberg
still under question, but said Appeals, but was not one of the '
went along with the
that could be worked Karen Waters. Winter Is
out. Construction finalists presented to Gov. Bob ) Coming rlI
change, suggesting the same crew We are installation
will take completing of ,
now working on the PMR building at Jackson estimated.A two weeks, our closed circuit television the Graham final who has the chore of making ir .

the Middle school be hired to build the throughout BMS. We now have ten decision. ,
SS Board member "Pierce, 50, and his wife Gladys, ', ii
portable. Arthur 4-inch exhaust duct is sufficient sets in classrooms, four portables and have ".., k -"if', !
a son and
Gaskins \ a daughter.
said the crew really did a according to specifications for a gas outlets in all rooms. Get Rid ,of ; "' <>>';!:; ':
nearing nice job completion.on the PMR building, now heater at the vo-tech that has been : ?1 jjJ

"That's the fastest way to get a portable for under a 6-inch question.duct.Airconditioners.Specifications called Dr Louneiie 1'1/1 I That Fuel: Oil
Eaton B.S. D.C. ,
at Southside, Parrish sug- / ;
gested."I '.. I
of the size installed Drt, Way c CV. Eaton D.C. or Gas Furnance ":, J"
can see a dire need at Southside, in one I . ,.
above all," said board member vo-tech center f
are made only with aluminum fins f I ill
Patricia Spengler. and tubes. The specifications p Keystone Chiropractic NOW!!! .
The board was unanimous in approving -
mistakenly called for '
the change in building pro- Jackson said. copper fAt III: Co Electric

ritics. SR i t': ., pill
21' North ,'
-The of With
cause condensation Our
Architect Dave Jackson coming I .
reportedon III
several: other- building project problems out investigated of an air-conditioner with the installer unit will, said be Keystone S/iops-/ : ;:Suite 5 t :EnergyEfficient. ....,II/Iiiii IIF

Jackson. I .
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Construction reinforcing,the will walls begin at the next Middle weekon what"Are it you paid satified for?" board the board member got Hours9 a"ml p. m, and. 3 p.m.' 6" p.m. I IMon.i.TlJesJ. Systems HEATING :i--k;
school have been
unable to use the gym since the open- Yes Rodney, Jackson Hall replied questioned, and the Jackson.board ,;' ;, Wed. &.'Fri.- A'. I III'i!

ing day,of school due to a report by a accepted his report. I II 9 a.m.-l'p.m. Thursdays i

We will install you a complete '
system or change J
I .L / Modern X-Ray* Physical Therapy Facilities I. over your existing system to all electric.
Supplements for 1981 BUS Seniors Available i

The supplements for the 1980-81 yearbook have come In and are available to ,v Our Prices liii;1
1981 graduates of Bradford High.

'plements.Seniors of 1981 should come by the front office at BHS to pick up their sup-- Notice of Budge; HearingThe Ill "V V'" Our service IlL:

Town of Hairfpton has >enafively Ill'' V' our Customers r 1
"Wheels of Life" Bike-A-Thon Set for Oct. 10 (

Starke Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin has been appointed Chairperson for adopted a budget for ,1981-82.. A/public; ..hear Iii Call Today For Your FREE Home Estimate Iff.

the annual "Wheels of Life" Bike-A-Thon set for October 10, 1981 in Starke. ing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget ; MiCall :
The Bike-A-Thon benifits St. Jude Children's Research Hospital,a facility ITT 964-8025 .
'devoted to>>research: and treatmant of catastrophic childhood diseases, such AND TAXES Will be ,held on Tuesday,. 1
as leukemia, sickle cell anemia, infant malnutrition and others. The Mem- :-;:
phis facility, founded by Danny Thomas in 1962, is completely free of charge September 29, 1981 at: 7:30: jxrrv: ;r.'n' the City Today.For Your Inspection ?}

to patients from all across the United States who are referred by local physicians Hall Town of Hampton 'FlaTLori 1 fd
St. Jude Is largely supported by voluntary contributions and events Cowart Air *
such as "Wheels for Life". Conditioning
The local Bike-A-Thon will cover a 2-mile route in the area of Bradford ,13
County Hospital. All bikers who would be interested In riding to help the Brooks Contractors
children's hospital can pick up pledge sheets at the Starke Rec. Department g
,at the Old Armory. TowrV'Clerk: Sole( 964.$025 Service.

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No Arrests Forthco g11A1 Cat Ju UrgleaS,

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in Qerk's Offices are.Cleared f ''t 4M '
Employees ( : \ J: di; t! _
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No arrest'1 Is imminent 'Fn the two'; Investigation.. *" i.(I,''"'> q. '" morning Feb. 4,'f4 vault was open- _

.burglaries of the Starke city hall, The FDLE has worked on some ed and $$10,000, ;I checks; andcash : _
which happened eight months ago, leads but no arrests are forseen the were mosl"\!' \\,\I.took place
.'"but the case is still active, according near'' future, 'Taylor said.: The state The second
', over the week ;March 20-23.
to Special Jim 'law'enforcement is workingon
Agent Taylor; surper- ,agency ?
"Tvispr of the Gainesville and Live Oak several more leads, but'' if they was discoveredffwhen' city I officials FVr ,.-yL S ,
:;t'offices of the Florida Department,of don't turn up anything the investigation ) opeped the office undetermined for;business amount Monday of i

.LAW Enforcement. will be at road's;end,Taylor! .add-, 'morning. at
> casb'and checks was 1
Employees in the 'city hall have ed. ,
; rCJ'y '
1 1h'
:,been cleared of any complicity: in the It is a difficult case,'Taylor sold( were no signs of forcible en- y {
-two: burglaries, Agent Taylor'' said with few witnesses who can help!' try on the safe or on the city hall ChiefJimmy' or'clerk's h'' I i it
"Tuesday, Sept. 22, from his 'The first burglary bf city'halt took office doors, said Police ;
:''Gainesville office. Special Agent place Feb. 3. It was discovered when ; Bowen after the first'
Steve Oelrich is now in charge of the employees reported to, work:the next burglar Thieves used a key or some
other means. to enter the clerk's office 1

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Land Use Plan Must Reviewed' "
I :; :were pried op 'n. ; :Home Improvements Recognized....
v-After the second burglary' the : '
'i\ of Home Improvement A wards,for 1981 and Faulkner B-U Board of Realtors President Lillian Pearson
Starke's current land will variance be approved It be given'to council made ,need to be reviewed and use some plan possible the land and not Carlton case. .he would rio longer be;kept t'overnight"; JriMe Board of Realtors officers are '\ cty>clerk s office Home Improvement Committee Chairwoman Irene Norman Contl. .
changes made in the upcomingyear wishes to sell it in the future .
the city Zoning Board was told Carlton was represented by'' l local ",The' Starke. Police' .Departmenttcltnedthe : '
Tuesday night, Sept. 22, by Zoning attorney Richard Welty who pointed : investigation. of \ case
'Director AI Crosby. that only 6,500 sq. ft. existed on 'the over.the*a FDLE to avoid,any'suspiciori -.'' .Realtors JRecognifce Home Improvement Week I
of ,
property. He also pointed out that by local Uw| enforcementtal1ncoi
Need to review the has been
/ approving the zoning it would improve -' ; ;,the two. .burglaries. city
discussed previously with a representative '.the area should a house be qfhployeesi of the Ierk'. office'have '_, Home Improvement .Week was. grounds around the fellowship hall. Acme Hardware, Leila's Dress Shop
of the North Florida Regional built.' Welty requested the variancebe felt they were under a certain amountof 'recognized at this month's Bradford- The award for interior improvement Dimple's Style Shop' and Denmark
'.planning Council during a discussion approved by the board. suspicion. They were pleased this Union Board of Realtors meeting went to Mr. and Mrs, James Furniture were the merchants providing
.!of the Bessent Road apartment com Elizabeth Walker, Buford McKlnnyand week when the FDLE issued a public Thursday, Sept 17, at the Western Patterson of Starke who live on For- gifts for the winners. .
plex. Crosby used Tuesday night to Wallace Wise, members in atten- statement ,'that they have been Steer.. syth Road. The Board has asked all persons In-
bring the zoning board's attention dance, approved the variance. cleared.' Landscaping plus exterior and in- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Conti received terested in participating next year to
back to- the need for a review, re- terior improvements were the three the exterior improvement awardfor take before and after'pictures'and(
'.quired every five years by the State of categories observed by the Board. their home on SR230. submit them to the Bradford-Union
Florida. 1 With plaques and gifts awarded to Harry Green Auto Parts, Good- County Board of Realtors by' next
Crosby told the zoning' board he Screening Procedure to Test each area by Irene Faulkner, chair- mans Gulf Service, Western Steer, April.
does not feel the current land use woman for the Home Improvement

:plan, adopted in 1978! ,requires a great Committee. -
deal of change. He pointed out such Students Rev.. Told Accepting the award for landscaping 7alac rsle>lssltvnsac! >_,g aalearaltsssac ascoasmc>-.c,...o+slsc,.cIIIIIX
areas as water usage and traffic con- Changed, was Rev. Warren Langer on
trol have not changed that much since behalf of the First United Methodist
the plan was adopted in 1978 and Church for improvements to the
would not warrant a total revision. Depending on a committee of something has been done. We're Growing .
teachers and a principal to determineif It's still not board policy. Mrs.
Director Crosby suggested areas a child should be tested for exceptional Spengler pointed out. No, it's a school | So we can serve you better
such the length of time between hear- programs may be school board board rule, said Supt. Casey. Kiwanians Have J
ings, the 50 percent rule of type zon- policy as well as a rule. "My request is that it be a policy," Busy Year: in '81
ing, letters to be sent to residents Board member Patricia Spengler is said Mrs. Spengler. She brought the t
within 400 feet of zoning changes and ,pushing for the rule to become school matter up again pt \the end of the The Kiwanis Club of Starke Is winding
sight plan reviews by both City Zon- board policy. The board voted meeting, Chairman J.R. (Jim) down its fiscal year with a lot to
ing and City Commisionors as possi- unanimously to advertise for a public Lawson declared the item an be proud of, says President Bob & M Starter ?
ble areas of cosideration. hearing on the proposed policy emergency, and \the board agreed to Milner. B fM .
Cecelia Terwillegar, acting chair. change in its meeting Tuesday night, advertise for a public hearing, as is Their projects include sponsorshipof
woman; Joe Williams, Julius Royal Sept. 22. required for a policy change. the Special Olympics, starting the I ': 1..t
and Mary E. Peterson accepted In addition, the board voted to Other staff, members then 'sug- first Key Club at BHS and aiding the
Crosby's recommendations on these advertise for a public hearing on: 1) gested policy changes on purchasing, Starke Woman's Club in Its & Generator -
areas of possible change. Crosby ask increasing the limit to purchase property numbers,, and admission beautification program just to name a
ed for recommendations board without competitive bids from $1,000to policies.. Lawson.declared them all few, Milner points out. ft.,
members may have on other areas of $2,000, 2) increasing the list price emergency items. and the board in- A lot of man hours were involved in I '\ -1 : :
concern. for which items must be given a properly cluded them on its list of proposed. raising money for the Special Olympics -
Board member Joe Williams asked inventory number from $25 to policy changes. with such projects as a Magic I
Crosby to submit his recomendationsin $1,000, and 3) changing school admis- Circus, the Dream Girl Pageant,
writing to each board member for sion policies to make them compatible In other action, the school board: hosting a round robin softball tourna-
review. with state law. The board into a ment and a banquet featuring Paul We Now Offer The Following:
case where its policies prohibited ad- Approved a list of supplements"for Cameron from WJXT TV. The money
Variance Issued mission of a juvenile delinquent but extra work, and asked Supt. Casey to raised from these projects helps the
By Adjustment Board state law does not. pay them as soon as possible.. retarded citizens or Bradford County Water
of Pumps
The move to eliminate a county of- compete in local and state athletic A Full Line
A special exeption was granted fice level screen committee for Awarded bids on typewriter ser- meets. The Kiwanis will be sponsor I
earlier in the evening to Leslie testing was made several months ago vice to Moran of Lake City at$35 for a ing Special Olympics in the upcomingyear. New & Used Water Pumps

Carlton for proptery he owns on Pratt when Rev. Warren Larger and Board manual and $55-65 for electrics. ',,, .... J .... '"
Streetby, ,the' CityBoajrd, ,' fAdjuS'Hment"'I' ,, Member' Slfenglef''bbjecthd! ,;beefiase' ?? Leadfnglheliaants{i j this year were y .j.. for, Sale'. & Service" I' brit." >t ,
/11' ,'.1 t ti ," jiii.\ hi'.ci"Cifcf.ZqningiDipfliJop.Al children'"j were, 'hn lIu ting" ifst4 ny Approved purchase of"a $1,543base Rob Milner, president;': Stev Fu l'", I ,lIn ',ft ez1 ,,1 'V:'"r. .t, .... .pntl>ytvul: lWakH'. (
,/ j ; | : Crosby min f i d f Ch\1tt"e\ rahi lpft'Jsrdt.I' 1' 10 guijar wl'tlf 'a rfflf BE PrtaUlSdamplifier \ -aY] ) 'et':l1 1Eill"' d0ie"R\lifiPf' F5 fJ J V Pull. Replace or' Repair ;Yeas .. ... .... ...,4
pla fined to the Boardthat Ute. ,properly!i I ttietMecohdit@dd'a( id>ti'iil''r'Y 1c'it t syste r tfiFTBHS BadtloDepartment I ,
in question was zoned R1C which requires committee at each school. Bandmaster Mike tr asurer. Their will be an induction
7,500 sq. ft, minimum to buildon. Rev. Langer appeared Monday Woodfin said he plans to start a string. Saturday. Sept. 26, at the Make Service Calls
It was suggested that if a night to see what had been done about band. Stare Golf and Country Club. The ;
improving the test screen process, new officers will be Steve Futch,
saying he had read nothing about Approved a 'bid of $2,500 for In- president; Darrell O'Neal, vice-
New Pastor At such a change in the newspaper nor surance agent George Roberts, the president Mike Cooney, secretaryand & Generator
.Lawtey Church of God had he been notified of such a change. only bidder, to appraise the 58 school Eddie Douglas will remain I B & M Starter
Supt. Tom Casey said the systemhas buildings for insurance purposes. treasurer.. : 238 E. Washington St., Starke 964-5274
:\Rev., David H. Kirkland has been been following the board's intentto Board member. J.T., Parrish voted The Starke Kiwanians meet every I
appointed pastor of the Lawtey have only one screening committee against the award saying Robert had Tuesday at noon at the Western Steer
Church of God. He and Mrs. Kirkland at the school level. Casey said the promised the service free charge.. Steak House. A program Is provided rdlF+c')alaccela.MIM 7nled
caine to Lawtey: from, the South practice was changed when the school every week with both local and out of
Lepsburg Church !of God. board indicated its intent. Heard Mrs. Spengler report she town guests giving informative talks.
iRev. Kirklarici will conduct a .' "Rev. Langer I think we incor- hand-carried Supt. Casey's proposalfor Anyone wishing more information
r dual at the church be"i ping.Sun-. porated what you are talking about," funding schools on a regional basis about joining Kiwanis is invited to at
d Sept&ntf&r. ':" P;;"-' '" ':Supt. Casey said, adding the matter to the state Department of Educationin tend a'meeting or contact a Kiwanis THE ALL SAVERS CERTIFICATE
unday Sch8 1'1' 'a.m..'," Morning was on the school board agenda of Ju- Tallahassee. member

Worship 11 a.m.1 Sunday Night)6 p.m., ;Jy 231981. .
'II eknights 7r3.ih; i'm; glad i to hear something has -.
0/ pveryofid'is"6ordially i Invtled to at- it been done," Rev. Langer said, but ad-
t |d. *'' >" &ded J ,.would, be good to be'" notified ifT I NOTICE-NOTICE=NOTICE AN IMPORTANT

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\ I oi Jlbliddl'r aftd ? A ,, 'W..d.h, !'lfipi V; !A-Ronl w/meal sauce Licenses'' For The
t .- cheese sttx,tossed salad apple crisp,hoi rolls Occupational
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I\E"ffi S4pljtpber ellOC$.:!' rgy ',)1tittradat.-Od.i"liClie: IIPpL.j'l. tiotxw"etiiese' + grliiriusiard ,j ; green lima beans,applesauce cake and milk., Year .1981 -. .1982Are'bueOctober '
peaches, cornbread andirtiiaySepl. Friday. On. Ii Sausage. rice tomato gr.vyemustard t, ..
,cheese rolls and milk.Monday .
2II''It1lk.'"' gravy October 1st banks S&L's. and credit unions
oala" 'A-I la-Carte 1 1981.
Pizza "J
Mi I ,
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ttoconut<< cake and milk. "" will begin to offer the new All Savers
M-Mntsdsy. H" pl. 30: Sloppy Joe on bun, French Sept. Sit Hamburger, French fries pilla.

:.t'ft fries celery,yellow 0118.cake and w/pineapple milk lopping. carrot Tuesday.. and Sept.milkshakes.zt: Cheeseburger, French fries Certificate a tax-free*, one year savings
Te4fvday Oct. L (:orndtll!. dee A Amato grsvy.Ittrlrme pizza and milkshakes.
I sll.. frrrn Itmni. .Bpplnaucs and Wednesday Sept. Mt: Hamburger French fries; certificate of deposit.
pizza,and milkshakes.Thursday. ELISE PASS
: milk. ,,
Chicken noodles,?buttered ftt .Oct.I: Hamburlel'French fries,pizza the ASC for
Friday Oct.t: peascarrots However, rate on your
and milkshakes.
:, fruit cup cheeses:roSa and milk.. Clerk'J'
.4 .. "',Ida, lOcl.oiH Harrtburger.:French fries; pizza Deputy City
;" ,< .:1I r.j...f..,. andVSIlksnakes. the 12 months is determined at the T-bill
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BRADFORD l IldiH SCHOOLIteguldr ,, .. -- auction every four weeks. This means you will

t r"septemher2. ', have a choice on Friday. October 2nd. between

.:lkl." 1kxxlay Now AVJaUable 'to Smoke the present yield of 12.61%** and the new.rate
:\ Sept: :mi Chicken noodles slaw. Held ;
t peas mlk., ,)ellow cake wllnulloppm&. ,biscuit. *andTwsdayi which will not be in effect until Monday

i potatoes Hepl.and:Hamburger gravy green .beans steak*,chocolate mashed October.5th. If the rate goes up it would be

j pudding, !hat rolls and milk. Better to wait. If it declines, however.'you will

Baton be able to lock in the higher yield by. actingon .

Twirlinj i .1 Friday.

w w +r +.. r w We felt that this wrinkle is so important# to"you
t. ClassesClasses !
: that we just had to take out this advertisementto

let you know.We'll .

beginning be answer any'other questions; "VV

October 3i .. ... .
you might have regarding the All Savers. '
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Qualified and experienced Certificate. .
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instructor: Lessons include -, .- ; .... I' :

instructions in: ,
( Beginner and Advanced !)in ).ii.l.1( I4'fiq'i. J'J"

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Dance WUrTfSGalnesville( ) 1 Future at: .S"'Q'H. : I
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We've waited a long time for something to scenarios, in which ,the .Sovjets.<'launch ? 4' } y
nuclear Armageddon, is it'riecessary. to buy I
come from the pen of James J. Kilpatrick that ;1
we could agree with wholeheartedly, but his the notion that we need an entirety new systemof J/

acid words on President Reagan's love affair strategic weapons.. A convincing case, has ; ;

with the Pentagon'have turned the trick. yet to be made for the'MX in any deployment."In i I 4

rational view or so it seems to me. i t
Wish we could say that he took the words any -Itr'
but but James J. our nation already is sufficiently equippedwith I
right out of our mouth, no one .1 'i I 146 .
himself could have spoken with such vitriolic strategic nuclear weapons. At some tr' ,( tt ,

splendor in reaction to Mr. Reagan's piddling point, enough must be enough. At some point ;

$13 billion proposed cut in the defense budget gauzy conjecture" .(by, the Pentagon) must wA } Y' I r''i /'I

at the same time he was proposing massive yield to reality. < : : "

cuts in Health and Human Services, Housingand The reality, says Mr. Kilpatrick, is that'our toms ; I
Urban Development, Social Security, economy depends largely upon two industries ? '> i ,,

School Lunches and other socalled entitlement construction and automobiles When they IrWainulright

programs. Actually a $13 billion cut in are sick, the economy is ,sick, and' both'.are

defense spending would be just about equal to down with the wasting disease. d __ ,H,__ ,_, _
what the Pentagon would waste during a

three-year period on cost overruns, and Using the proposed $13 billion cut as,' a Honored by Govern or and State Cabinet

elaborate armaments that turn out to be starter, Kilpatrick thinks that if. the, administration

lemons and have to be junked before they are were to add on the savings that Department Of Corrections Secretary Louie L. Wain- Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner, Comptroller

ever used. And yet they say there are "no could be achieved by abandoning the "folly"of wright (left foreground) of Lawtey, accepts a resolution of Gerald Lewis, Secretary of State George Firestone! At-

sacred cows" in Mr. Reagan's budget cuts. the MX, the picture would immensely im commendation for his Department's prison accreditation torney General Jim Smith and Treasurer Kill iimtrr. Not
for achievements from Governor Bob Graham. The resolution pictured was Commissioner 'of Education Kiilh Ttirl-
"The MX is tentatively budgeted
prove. was presented by the Governor and Florida Cabinet. ington.
But to get on with Mr. Kilpatrick, here are a and few
through 1986
Members of
observers that the Cabinet particlptlng are (Left to Right)I
few of his more potent comments: believe the cost could be held to

"...the defense budget must be cut drastically. level," says Kilpatrick.Over .

Then deficits will go down, interest rates the past weekend the President proposed What '

will go down, and President Reagan and the reductions of $13 billion over the next People Say... :: .

Republicans will live happily ever after. three years. The reaction on Wall Street was .

nice coincidence the question of how to ho-hum, and what else is new? A leading
"By :
cut the defense budget arises side by side with financier said that if the administration could Correctional Officers Support Group Won Major Gains in 1981 ,

another pressing question: What should be come up with 30 to 40 billion dollars in cutback,

done about the MX missile? Should 200 of Wall Street might conclude that Mr. Reagan To The the Concerned Editor: Citizens for Correc- 2. All the people who worked so showed to an outside,.group who

these monsters be deployed in 4,600 really meant business, and its confidence }In tional Officers, Inc. established three hard on the Petition Drive. The committees somehow wanted to-,help, And to
the future would be restored. who put on the barbeque that those who willingly and publicly sup-
underground shelters in Utah and Nevada? major goals at the beginning of our '
feet and
organization.The really got us on our gave us ported us
The fiscal for Uncle Sam is justa the financial boost we needed. We are most appreciative of ALL
new ;
"It occurs to me that Reagan, following the year first:,, To obtain higher salaries
3. To the businesseswho that did to It impossible
week but due to recent developments community everyone help us. is -
example of Alexander the Great, could cut this away, and better working conditions for donated and
the battle of the for 1982 which some by the Depart- gave generously to to name every individual
Gordian knot with a single whack. Drop the budget everyone employed our cause and supported our needs. who assisted us in our successful
MX altogether! Just don't build the damned seemed to think was already settled, has just ment of Corrections through a con- And the civic organizations that con- endeavor. To each and every person
certed lobbying effort aimed at our
thing. begun. And until Mr. Reagan takes off the elected officials. tributed their support and money. who contributed in every way and in

rose-colored glasses with which he seems to The package that was recently sign Our local newspapers, the Bradford any way they felt they could goes a

"Such a solution has the virtue of simplicity.It view the Pentagon, and dons the sharp spec- ed granted us more than we had ever Telegraph and the Union County heartfelt thanks. We love you for it.
also has the virtue of sanity. Only if before Times, who gave us so much You can feel very proud of jour accomplishment
one accepts tacles of reality the economic war will not be received. It contains, not onlya and the
the most macabre of the doomsday won. 6.75 per cent increase, an educational coverage encourgaement to and being a. part of
incentive, uniform and goon successfully achieving a terrific
maintenance allowance, the mergingof 4. To our Legislators who made it Legislative Package from some extremely
Correctional Standards with the their business to find out for hard-working and dedicated
themselves and talk to the officers Legislators.We .
Department of Law Enforce-
I ment, but, in addition and worked on about their needs by attending our must not slop now, the work has
Putnam Makes Wise DecisionThe very hard by our lobbying efforts, an rallies. just begun and we will need your continued -
5. To the Town of Raiford
across-the board increase of $13t) per for fur- time effort and enthusiasm/ awe
month for all those people who work nishing us with a place to meet and press on for the improvement of

Putnam County Zoning Board has wise- Santa Fe Swamp. If the small operation in behind the security fence of the Institutions air our feelings and hear our the conditions ''of the correctional:

ly delayed a decision on making small Cow Bay would affect the St. Johns, it is easy or whose required work Legislators..6. To..Sheriff speak.. .system. Now is the time, to start our
John..WhUehead of .work for,tKe < jomifl
950-acre area available for a peatharvestingplan to imagine what the huge harvesting operation assignment. involves the supervision, Union >'cllrl"'JW"d'1ust.m'
for the
County use of his ranch ogtanPdNhliq' Itpyllwr
of inmates. ? ( !!
that would be a prototype for the controversial in the Santa Fe Swamp would do to the Safeta' or This custody package is something that well([::and aii'the support he.had blee 40Jus. h,, .JinIY!/ !i.J1ci1nd !?J.j11W9n'make!

operation Georgia-Pacific Corporation Fe River and also the Suwannee into which it.'I'r(can all feel very good about i>The important 7. To ShenK.Dol ph Reddish:for" *he 1 w if\ar: ',1I glWipglttrJaiher; .
is hoping to establish later in the 5,000 flows. In addition, the residents of Big and Lit thing now is to keep on work- support he has been to us. We we will achieve all our needs.,

acre Santa Fe Swamp in southeast Bradford tie Santa Fe Lakes believe it would have a ing for further needs, and to keep the Louie especially want to thank Secretary
County.A interest in Corrections a priority for Wainwright, Department of
devastating effect on those two bodies of Corrections; the Regional Directorswho Sincerely
the next several years until we have
spokesman for Georgia-Pacific said the water. professionalized ourselves and have a I have shown their support; to the Martha Nettles President

small model system that can be used as an Superintendents and all the staff of Concerned limits for
in Cow
operation Bay near Bostwick Residents of the
entire area around the the institutions' for the tolerance Concctiol1alOlticers
would be used to fuel its mill in Palatka example throughout the nation, We they ,
lakes and the ,
paper two rivers should join with the must not be apathetic and accept this
and would be the first such operation in North Florida Conservation Coalition, the San- as "it" and forget what we are all\ ;

Florida and the nation. If allowed it would seta ta Fe Lake Dwellers, and other organizations about. The work must go on.

precedent in peat harvesting before the am- opposing peat mining in wetlands, of whatever The second goal dealt with the issueof 4-H News

bitious plan in Santa Fe Swamp is implemented dimension big or little. fair and accurate reports by the
news media and the use of the term
if it ever is. The G-P
represen- "Correctional Officer", in lieu of the by Carolyn
tative said the plan was to drain and clear Cow ReddingDo
The time has already come when'Floridiahs antiquated term "Guard"; to remove
Bay of all trees and vegetation and remove should be more concerned about the the biased and slanted view of. the have .1. I
quality you an in to-
about one-half inch of peat a year. The peat and quantity of its future water supply than issues,, that arose in the system and day's youth? 4-H does. !
would then be dried and transferred by truckto the Department always being given a 4-H in Bradford is msr"i
the providing a cheaper source'of energy for in- verbal and abusive beating, thus County an :) ss12 si i
Palatka mill boilers. organization that is involved
dustry. No matter how and with
important industry perpetrating increasing the
molding the lives of
The prototype proposal was strongly opposed might be, and adequate source of potable demoralization of the correctional officers some of us must our get youth.discouraged Certainly -- Ing

by the North Florida Conservation Coalition water for millions of thirsty Floridians is even public, the and accurate not presenting picture to to the the with the direction that some youth

whose president, Tom Kiser said, "It more important.If public..... have chosen for their life,.today and I f
some of
could eliminate whole species of wildlife, but Why was it always to make the officers youth must be:equally i r
you are concerned about this 'matter discouraged to see their friends
out to be the criminals when or asl' G''#
more it ,
importantly would
toxic and if themselves in that .
are a resident of the situation Oftentimes -
you yql is
area you certainly fact they are the good guys, and havea as qta Y4n
chemicals like mercury, uranium, lead and should be join forces inJtJe.fjght to mighty tough and dangerous job to the youth of today recognize: 's, b 91xo
zinc in to the St. Johns River these problems just as much; if not
system ldeJl
the do. This goal has been reached. The
preserve swamp by writing: Santa Fe more than the older
members of
in serious our ifd'r
resulting fish kills.
has indeed
Lake press begun to realize that noa'ieqslate
Association, Inc., Route 2, Box there is more than one side to this society do and they want to do ,, ; 19 ..elqs
The same arguments can be made against 464A, Melrose, Fla. 32666, and send. in your $10 situation and has begun to print the something about it. What 'can' they rifa92 1 } oddi tt

the much larger operation being sought in the membership fee. truth or at least present both sides to do? ) t: uton( In a ei, us odi n3 tram
Recently at 4-H LeadeflTfaining
the story. The press has assisted in a : <4 t, if nc ;'tgrij. sill
Session in -
Macclenny Judge DL. ?"
making the public aware that there SII
are needs of the officers that when Griffis spoke on the role' ,, of.4-11 in by Carolyn Redding"
molding today's : .
.. met, will benefit not only the officers, has dealt with youth. Judge Griffis '. Extension ilgent1i -, County Agents juvenile crime cases
By but with further education and better
and he believes that 4-H can; make a
by Bobby L. wages and a better feeling about
Taylor difference with the of
youth today.
BobbyTaylor themselves, will be better able to
County Extention Agent Notebook care forthe incarcerated. Both provide Judge Griffis finds it.a c rare case / ;J \'h'JII I
Even though we have had frequent where 4-H members have made a of your' 1
;, sides are going to benefit. jfhprWill( be shown-.Judge' 1
thundershowers the last few weeks, The press has certainly come long wrong, decision with respect,,to the Griffis stated; certainlone of the
there were some dry areas before last d /-.. and law."I r most rewarding .
i way are more and more using the experiences for a ..If
week. The rain last 1 just don't have
Thursday should juvenile pro- leader, is j to
term correctional officer see/
officer. ;
or past 4-H'ers
have provided moisture to these lay plastic. Good moisture is. Another change is to get our plants This'means a lot to the people who blems with 4-H workers. I just don't working beneficially in '
areas,and folks can now go ahead necessary for both operations. earlier than we have for a number of have a tough job to do and are deserv- have it" is how Judge Griffis 'These leaders with plans for fall and winter crops years. Plants set in November just ing of this describes what he belives to be the most important ''
Recent articles
Looks like we will have about the' don't respect. role of 4-lf in youth development. things.lhat'anyone.
grow enough during the winter whether
have been less biased, and fair. We they are jnvolved in,4-if
Some areas though have been same number of acres of strawberries to give maximum production. We don't expect to be depicted as perfect JUde Griffis also stated that severalof not,can do is to start working or
pretty wet causing problems with this year. If plants available;; need to set plants between October 1st but it feels good to fairness in his own children were involved in change things so that todayto
corn and hay harvest. Also, some fall however there will be a couple of new and October 15th. Presently, plantsare for see 4-H and he has seen this beneficial society doesn't face tomorrow's
print a change, the
growers and this will increase. organization in problems
vegetable crops were suffering in scheduled to be here about October The third goal was to make the action.Of .
these areas from too much water and acreage a little. lOth. 1'1| public aware of the type of job the officer course, all of these benefits don't As Judge Griffis so clearly states.
insect and disease come without lot of
some problems. does in his job to let them know,; a hard work and "Everyone of you today has'the
I'm hoping there will be a couple of We will also be tryingcouple of the truth about the professionalism' this is where the 4-H volunteer leader to accomplish opportunity
The sun and cool conditions the changes this year in our strawberry new California varieties this year. that with and comes in. Here again as Judge Grit your communitythat something in
it. the
weekend was excellent. Haymaking production program that will increase Two growers tried the Douglasvarie these goes employees face. dangers fis pointed out there are benefits and buy/' monecan't. f,
cranked up again and there has been production per acre. One of ty last year and it showed some poten- We rewards in this role too. As Judge' Griffis
are continuing to do this by Pat so states
in the insect and disease these Is fumigating our soil prior to tial. It to "It look like clearly .
appeared yield as well as Burke widow may you're wasting "Think about it.
( of murdered Do
blems. setting for nematodes,. weeds and Officer time you have, an. investment -
the Sequoia and taste and general ap Jim Burke and your but you're not. The fruits In today's vnufh'" :r. '
disease This should me traveling ,
get our plants off pearance compared favorably with T ',r --.1 ..
throughout the State to the
The rain and moisture is just about to a good start and permit good the Sequoia.We other in- '., .
growth and reserves for the fruiting stitutionsrto organize or just speak to Bradford '
right for our strawberry growers as the correctional officers in them and Middle School News '
they begin to "treat" their soil and season. should also have a few Pajara.a '.
making speeches to any and
new variety to Bradford County. One one who Is interested in hearing every whatwe Hate To Krnirmber. : nic* kitchcu': :"
of its parents Is Sequoia and accor- have to say. Thursday.September ;2-1 School ".c' vlcome! 'tack: our' r'ejiirnS
I ding to reports from California it is We have only just begun to stand Pictures. There will be no prepaid faculty and< | g
....... up ; staff from\ last'school
as good better. packages this ,
or than Sequoia.If for, and speak out In behalf of the and )'ear.'IJU recmea.proof 't I erne whet did mk'h ,iiii out, jtuincllnit< job
wonderful folks who order your pictures from (und in '
work for
tile ulhtiun \\'t'lcll1\
mi1egrapl1 'pUI"
we could increase production (there. '
8I per Department of Corrections. Now that mdmhers' .Mc.ltartiarit 'II'idC'
; (;
acre in our strawberries, and Improve you know what we've done and what trust, 'comes' tp 11'.5'frot41 il..ttch?w bereshe'
of the Neck
our marketing procedures :: Lisa Mosloy.did worked
we're'doing to continue to do. we 'ittfth\.jduI1\
strawberries still life in 'Pm! rugrim
I could again become one would like to publicly thank the pencil. there, 1ls.: "|' \ '
ESTABLISHED 1379 MEMBER of our leading cash In many PTO( schedule will be H itchi.n ., \\/ur
crops Bradford who had a part in making it happen. announced as ,1\lfI:: cI.. \hf'JIICluq: : ; : Fusi/ntitt
:Mr. Jlt
County. soon us McKinney has
i BOB.C. FERGUSON -'JOHN M. MILLER. Publishers Without their hard work and the Executive Committee. ,met with ,.Sturke Elem. }cur nd la I t lIl/hinH/

[ Thursday .nd.nt.r.4.s Second Clan Matter the I'm getting calls about Pecans and have dedicated, none of this would Our new P.MH: portable Building (is \Comprchensive., \Irl.: Pc Reuding gy( : !; ,fi> '{,.uY ,this
f.., Office ft ftuJ:.. Fie. under Act of March 7. 17 interest is picking up in this area. I'll be still under construction. It is going to kra ord trounly'v (;iI'Jed leuchl'r.
report on our local situation and the 1. The brave of a great facility of which we can all )'Curlrl.; : .. this
group women and 9x4ay'( :, ;
Subscription rate 'In trade areas f f Per Veari 14 Six Month National outlook next,week. men who took a big step and worked be very proud. We tire also doubling aM the :Middle School and iskhscdhere{

"- "OwHkle tirade.,..410 Per Veari $3.50 Six Month* so hard to raise the money to finance ft.the size which of our will dining area to :i.uuo sq. teen students at B.MS.: We extend serves a thir big

Phone 44-43O!_ Slarfce.Florida all our traveling, equipment and lob students rather than accommodate the 300 welcome to ever>'oneat BMSand: look
bying! efforts. forward to
of an outstanding' lI8t.1I2
previous years, and includes a very school term.

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September 24, 1981 PageSAMr.

Cindy Lee Griffith and Gylum Lee Snell o Jack Hazel,Waldron Thomas,Wed

Wed 22 Garden Wedding Social Hazel Thomas and Jack Waldron
; ,J August in The : I .were ;united, in marriage .Saturday
: : i'HW ,Sept.] 9J at 6 p.m. lathe home of,the
iuj! W Cynthia Lee Griffith, daughter of ". 11IUU!qt bride 1 on SR 18 east of Hampton.
)1Mr, and Mrs Donald L. Griffith of Gladys Mooty Of 7r : lj : Rev ,Ray Williams performed .the
'; Starke and Gylum Lee Snell. son of : )\\1 iiI i ltl :!, i :'double. ring ceremony.,,
Louise Walker of Richardson, Texas Music consisted of a. hymn sung by'
and Gordon Snel) of Gadsden, Ala Bode ty Editor, ( '" \ flli \.. 1J\'ff'\ '' friends. '

ji J j,. were united to, marriage Saturday, Kenny Plumley of Earleton servedas
t:: Aug 22, at 11 a.m.. In a garden wed- News best man. Y s
; ding at the home I of, the bride's 4 0 Joyce Gockley, of Starke attended t
parents, with ,Rev Dave Medeiras I .. "' ..... \ as matron of honor. -
performing the ceremony.At The bride was given In marriage by
the beginning of the ceremony I her son, Mitchell Thomas. She wore a and Mrs Jack Waldron.
the bride gave her mother a kiss and along ; Bobbin Stephens JqrpeS'York' .EngagementJWn powder blue floor length gown of
stemmed rose. .-- polyester with scoop neckline and Miss Andrea Eaves
The couple repeated their vows In a- long sleeves. Her corsage was of carnations ,
and Mrs. StephenS' Robblrf and 'Doug''are both '1981
double-ring ceremony under an arch Gary and greenery with blue rib- Jack Waterhouse, Jr.,
covered with fern yellow and white tr.Y Starke, announce the engagement' graduates' Bradford High School. .bon.:She wore a gold cross and chain, Wed
I' their daughter; Robbin Elaine, to1 1 Robbin is presently employed at the a gift of the groom. To Friday
pompoms, weddln Del.and a Douglas.York of Bobbie Starke Uniform Co. Doug is employedwith
ing white Placed,n' son '. ,Following the ceremony a reception' Miss Andrea Eaves and Jack
York of Starke and Fred E. York the Department of Corrections.
n in
each side were Italian cypress trees was held. Waterhouse, Jr. will be united mar
and in front of the arch was ,a white, W. Va. Bricg! The refreshment table was covered riage Friday, Sept 25, at a p.m. at the
and gold kneeling bench. s st c,,,, "'"... Duplicate > ) with a bridal design cloth. It held the First United Methodist Church with a
The wedding music was recordedand Club Results, 'punch and the wedding cake reception following il'the\ church
decorated with flowers. Sandwiches, Fellowship Hall.
Rev. Medeiras sang "The Lord'sPrayer" '
and for first
Hazel Moran
at the close of the ceremony. Jack Burnette and Tom hors d'oeuvres and nuts were also All friends and relatives are invitedto
: place served at the reception. attended.
Mark Bolton was the best mangy Rowand Tuesday
at Duplicate Bridge
honor.Mrs. Juanita Bolton was matron of I night. : -.:- -. ....... .. ... --- -- -
She wore a long mint green All bridge players are welcome to
chiffon gown with embossed pastel play with the club which meets every .. Mrs. H.M. Richa'rde of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon
flowers and carried a bouquet'. of m returned Monday after five weeks in
Tuesday night at 7:30: P.m. at the Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll of Jacksonville I
yellow carnations, fern and baby's, Pratt Street Recreation Center. returned Sunday after nine days in Blowing Rock, N.C. with their son and
breath with mint green streamers. ,. Highlands, N.C. family..
Bridal attendants were Amy and :
Lydia Starling They wore long gownsof t HAPPY BIRTHDAY
yellow chiffon with pastel flowers > Happy Birthday, Mother Dear
and We hope this Sept. 23 brings more
wore yellow carnation wrist corsages ,
with mint green ribbon. __JIi(_.R.....,......_,.. -..,...._. ....-- 'eh er,'
.rl V'I The bride, given in marrige by her Mr.;and Mrs. Gylum Snell q!Ybur husband.Walter, wants to say,
'. father, wore a white Victorian lawn He loved you more on this Special
.'.; gown of dotted swiss organza over taffeta by a lace head piece. Her bouquet was"a Day I -
accented with lace and seed nose gay of yellow and white daisies .; You are not getting older, you're. getting As we say goodbye
pearls with a wide ruffle at the ankle with baby's breath and long yellow. better
length bottom. The (,gown had an em- and white ribbon streamers. Because you etch( beside him In stormy
pire waist with white satin ribbon A buffet luncheon reception was weather.
stand up collar with rows of lace anJseed held at the home of the bride's Happy birthday from your mother to Starke we
pearls and long sleeves. She parents. The tables 'were covered in "! Ella and father, Otis, too
heart diamond white linen and lace cloths 'with a V We want to say, We Love You.
wore a shaped>> V
necklace and baby's breath in her bride and groom centerpiece on each I ,...., ." Best Wishes from your Aunt Ola &
hair. Her waist length veil was of anti- table with a floating arrangement of Bobbin Stephens Uncle Sam want to thank for
que lace adorned with tulle and an white and yellow pompoms and James York And 'more, wishes from your three you
abundance of seed pearls and secured yellow carnations. grown daughters, Pat Gloria&Kara.
Miss Amy Starling kept the bride's And your five grown sons, James
book at a table covered with a mint Millie Simmons Fred, Bernard Kenneth & Ronald.
<>< Doria B. Hall, green cloth and a basket of rice bags From your daughtera-ln-law ft son-in- being good to us for
Oliver Dickens tied with yellow ribbon. The rice was Volley StarlingTo law too'
(, dyed yellow and green to match the Wed Sept. 27 For they are the ones who help increase -
To Wed Oct. 10 bride's color scheme and the basketwas the population for you.
.1 adorned with yellow silk carna Mrs Millie Simmons of Theresa Through them came your grands,
Doria B. Hall and Oliver Dickens, 50
tions. and Volley Starling of Kingsley Lake over years.
Especially' Maurice, Shaun ft
i/t' both of Keystone Heights will be The two tier wedding cake topped will be united in marriage Sunday, Mechelle they understand. ;
united in marriage Saturday, Oct. 10, at Pine Church
I Il with a bride and groom decoratedwith Sept. 27, Level Baptist
at 6 p.m at Gadara Baptist Church In following the 11 a.m. service.All .
yellow roses was on the bar in
'T McRae. Happy Birthday from your lam ily too
.1 the kitchen along with a silk arrange- friends and relatives are Invitedto "Nellie"McKntght
All friends and relatives are invited attend.
c ment of white daisies. Itpd 9/24
to attend.
The punch table was in the yard and
,was covered with a white cloth trim- Hospital AuxiliaryTo

'J It' Miss Andrea Eaves med in wedding of white bells wedding with an bells.arrangement Meet Monday: Night Age BALLET 4-and TAP up.- JAZZ Registration'- ACROSi still Van H. Priest Co.

Honored at Open House The table held two punch bowls and a Bradford County Hospital Auxiliarywill open. Call City Recreation Dept.

t r: Miss Andrea Eaves, Sept. 25 bride sheet cake decorated with yellow hold their September dinner- 9646792Old Armory, across from
elect was honored at an Open HouseMonday roses. Miss Lydia Starling served the meeting Monday night, Sept. 28, at high school or Dorothy Solazor
night at the home of Mrs. punch and cake. 6:30: p.m. at Western Steer SteakHouse 9648476. 9/17 2tchg 9/34.
The groom is in the U.S. Navy as an ,
I Godwin the Methodist
Henry given by
Aviation Electrician and Is stationedon Members are urged to attend.
school class.
i 11 Guests Sunday were met at the door by the John F. Kennedy Air Craft Car Members are also reminded to bring
I Mrs. Godwin and presented to the rier.The donations for the Oct 3 flea Market to u:t
bride Is a 1979 graduate of the Shop. ,
receiving line composed of the went to ,.., ,. ,, .... ..
'J"I t'honoree.her mother Mes'A.J.Eaves': '"i Br-adford..lUgb.School..and I.-' ';.::r ".. !--' -'-"-'.:'- t f tc 1 ''J,. '.qQy.lI1i7'r.I;; .1Q sJr" nr tr'r'II''q'l r >" ((1' :" : .
lot ''and grandmother, Mrs.- ..Cs'. Ear"; Santa Fe Junior College on a, two year' ''.11, ".i '" ut>' '-1' 'I,) si edl oi oo bluow <<1N\f2- '1 sSnae.0 t1) ill UG c... :'.' ,.1. ;;u.... ....... M W Ul.uJv ,S4.liill !.1.;':.:' to
will ,
eutsaok'scholaeship,4gte: ieoi\tliftUe. > *!*" wirlT ,, ..trf.,.. T
I"IIiTlie't eftln 1eh tabltt ctV red'.T1rtMt 'w rail gI;'n "mo* P' JVIH } iriv/oJni! 'J'JrtLlSWt1dJ: ,1.. ai''j'J/ 'I It! ':/'* I ." 'cr' ,
t&WlJite' 'Jace cloth 'lr &tiQred'with ( J 1Iierstudas! :lnidandat3r' )rtZ: 0 l' S 'rWilUarn i (Billy)JCoMm .PhiUlps! ,J :> : ;
a mixed summer floral arrange- The couple'will have a delayedhoneymoon son of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Phillips/Sr., 'M i r I" :
ment flanked by green candles in to Colorado because the has enlisted in the Army and is leaving < '1 .
Navy'shipped him out the day after .
October 5 for basic training at ,
silver holders. Mrs. Drew Reddish I f' \
the wedding.. Fort Knox, Ky. and then to specialize
and Mrs. Olin White presided at the "l '
They will reside at 5937 LongchampDrive f. '
punch bowl. for 13 weeks in the armor field
Jacksonville. ,
The hostesses presented the .
honoree with set stainless kitchen : C?
knives as a memento of the occasion. & '
Seventy-five guests were invited to o 'l>
--- call between the appointed hours 8 .
9:30: p.m .r "f.'lirile.; -

to. The Florida Bank at

The Dinner Russell Hosts Woods : Starke presents zr r Mil o % # % GOAL POST GREATS !

'Mi. and'Mra.. Russell wood.enter- ,
t',,tained at a dinner party Friday night fJu !E-I toy;",an"' 'o $
'--Sept.. 18, at the Western Steert} teak r \ !i .1 Perm 3000
*House, for their son, Wayne and i IJI v.Ut1rr !>I'tl"i'
5*(fiancee Cathy LeMIre following_ the 91 I tJoi4 10 '/!.I1UI'o

wedding rehearsal. .;') i rUbi:: r"
iJ.Ple's U-shaped dining table was Reg. $35Woman's
with.a ,lace cloth 'and I" i
with an arrangement of blue 11
rf-bilk flowers" A garland of magnolia Hair Cut & Style '
'j&Jeaves,, interspersed with.Ipkta rowers :JJ iii- /) 1(1'9'Ifi Ji QC

gT extended down the length of thev ) err rt $15.00..1 200 '
r Reg.
tables. ,At each place setting was a 1.

personal message scroll from the cou _ _ 8 n .oil ,. '11I
_ _
ple. Place cards: decorated with blue 9t,, I.1J
d (J t
ribbons marked the seating tkl
ment for the 25 guests which includedthe A Men's Hair Cut & Style
immediate families and wedding I" S

party.During. the dinner the couple ; wJ Reg. $12.50 . . . $1000/
presented gifts,t4L? their attendants. t

Woman's Club Offer Good 'til October 31, 1981 with ad

'Serving Lasagna,: '' ,

Lunch Oct.. 1,6 ,)I' .

Members of the Starke Woman's
Club will serve a lasagna luncheon .F k ), NuWaves News..........

Friday Oct. 10, from 11:30 to 1:30: at I
the club house at $1.50 each. and 5 ,extra for dessert. '

The public is invited to attend. ".' r.. Call for Appointment Today. . 'r
JT1 t.1 7 .
,4 i '1i of h)1u


Alpha Holds Initiation'luo' DKG The 'Employee; ,of, the' 'Month. :

Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Kappa: I k.6'r czTiJ7tz:: '

Gamma Initiation Society ceremony International at the meeting an' This month we recognize Marcia Lee for' the : ;

month of Marcia chosen fellow I
Thursday night, Sept 18, which met September. was by .
I" "
at the Presbyterian Church staff members her outstanding performance:jn# "'

Fellowship The Initiation Hall. ceremony, was.conducted -. her .assigned job'and her (ability to get along with .Lf ,' ." I -" ... ;.,. .., 504 W. Call St., Starke "

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-- -- New Pastor At
Stark Nursing Homo T''v Dukes Reunion movedto.Worthlngton
Cetebrat.s.. SpringsThe .Emmanuel Missionary

Grandparents Day' annual Dukes Reunion usually ;, ,J aptistChurcti. .
BIRTHSRex 'held in the Lakeside Community i i'Tie' ?members of Emmanuel Missionary
Starke Nursing, Home celebrated '
Center has been moved to the Worthington Baptist Church announce the
National Grandparents Day by starling ; Springs Community Center. appointment of Rev. Fred Johns as
their 1981.1982 Adopt-A- The reunion will be held Sunday the new pastor.
Grandparent Program conjunction Sept, 27 'with a business meeting! Rev>: Johns is a native of Bradford
with Southside Elementary School. V Eugene Anderson III beginning at 11:30 and lunch being County and attended schools\ in this
This program was initiated last year Rev. and Mrs. Johns have
served at approximately 1 p.m. area.i' two
at Southside on the premise that the Airman Rex and Debby Anderson All friends and relatives are;,lnjvlted. children: Carl Johns and Tammie
elderly at the nursing home are and potentially to' Jr. of Homestead announce the birth ,. .. ',,' Bennif!eld, which have attended

tap this a rich resource learning to the resource benefit of the of a son, Rex Eugene Anderson III j i J' schools Bradford County and one

children. We are truly grateful to Mr. L'r Y Base.born Sept.23 at Homestead Air Force Did You Know........... grandchild.
Jessie Moore Principal for suppor-
ting us in this belief. Also many Paternal grandparents are Mr. and I'
thanks to Mrs. Terry Prevatt return- Mrs. Rex Anderson of Starke and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen of Did You Know........... .
ing to the program from last year and S maternal grandparents are Mr. and Naples were Wednesday evening '
Mrs. Dee Paterson participating this Mrs. Nick Harper of Lawtey. visitors of her sister. Mrs.Harry Moo- Mr..and Mrs. Mac Baldwin returned -
from eight days vacationIn
year.Friday.. 'r r ty. Tuesday\
September 11, at 9:30 a.m. Michael Tra Henderson Hawaii'on a Chevrolet sponsored
forty-one children from these third trip. The'Baldwin's -
.Nancy Payne was Friday overnight
classes the resident daughter Jim and Ginger Montuoroand
grade joined of Anne Miller a studentat
guest Mary daughters of Tampa borrowed
grandparents in blowing bubbles, and
Flagler College in St. Augustine: I home and
enjoying ice cream cones. Each"grandchild" Mr. and Mrs.James M. Henderson; the Baldwins spent
presented a of Alachua announce the birth of a;. the weekend at Disney World.
"grandparent" a card they had son, Michael Travis born"Sept. 9 in;
made. A good time was had by both Alachua General Hospital. Travis;
the residents and children. Each hada joins a brother Rick age 31/2.
lot of love tc share with one another. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and HEARING TESTS SET

8 Mrs. Wesley Griffin of Hampton.
XI Iota Delta p S Y Paternal grandparents are Mr. and '
Mrs. Horace Henderson of Raiford. '; Starke
Have Inheritance ... __ ___,_
ProgramXi Joshua Seth St.John Hearing tests using electronic equipment will be given on Friday,
For Value Clarification...
Iota Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Sept. 25 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our hearing old specialist will be
Phi heard a program on "What Alicia Homrlch. local home economics :s agent, receives award for value Richard and Amanda St: John of here.
Women Are Heir To" given by Rhon- clarification Instruction from Patsy Perkins Florida Farm Bureau women's Keflavik Iceland announce the birth ,
coordinator. of a son, Joshua Seth born Aug. 'J:1ln
da Crawford at the meeting Tuesday
This is the third year'the Florida US Naval Hospital.Keflavik, Iceland.He .
home night of Sept Mrs.IS Crawford, at 7:30 Kingsley at the Alicia Homrich Farm Bureau Women have given an Joins a brother Jason age 2. These tests have been set because many people suspect they

Lake. Receive Award award to a member of the Florida Paternal grandfather is Richard St. have trouble hearing and UNDERSTANDING. Use of the, latest
Association of Extension Home John of Starke. Maternal grand- ,
Florida Plans Bank were parking made to lot meet, the Alicia Homrich extension home Economic Agents at their annual Con parents are Richard and velma electronic equipment will indicate whether there is such a problem

Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. to go to the area economic agent for Bradford/Union vention. Beauchamp of Owensboro Ky. and if it can be electronically helped. Some of the causes of
County, received an award from the
In Jacksonville.Next
luncheon regular meeting will be Oct. 6 Florida Farm Bureau Women for her hearing loss will be explained, and diagrams of how'the ear

at Best.7:30( p.m. at the home of Connie excellent Human Relations.program Homrich the area has of NOTICEThe works will be available for those Interested.

instructed hundreds of people on
Value Clarifications a program
Did You Know........... which helps people realize their goals < Everyone, especially senior citizens, should have their hearing
and learn how to reach them. Bradford County Board of County Com- tested electronically at least once a year. If there is trouble at all

and Mrs.daughter-in-law Rex Anderson SR visited Airman her and son Elks News missioners will receive sealed bids for 6000 yardsof hearing clearly even those who wear hearing aids and those

Mrs. Anderson Jr. in Homestead sand-clay which shall include
a proposal for told nothing could be done, should have a test with the fastest
Thursday to Monday.Mrs. Starke Elks will have a "bring your I
own steak" supper Saturday night at County Loading and a proposal for Loading by method of hearing correction.The .
Bobbie Frambrough of Ocala 6:30: p.m. at the Elks Lodge. the Bidder. The bids will be opened October 5
was Saturday visitor of Mrs. W.B. Attending the Harry Anna Crippled i
Mundy at Kingsley Lake. Children's Home meeting at Umatilla 1981 at 10:00: am in the County Commission Roomat I electronic hearing tests will be given on Friday Sept. 28 atKoch's
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill the Bradford
County Courthouse. The Board
Mrs.Gareth Jones and Mrs.Robert Finucan and Mr. and Mrs. George Drug Store 166 W. Call St.
Hall of the Junior Woman's Club at- :Dominiani. reserves the right to reject. any and all bids sub-
tended the Florida Federation Attending the Elks visitation in mitted.
Woman's Club annual fall board 1 Perry Sept. 8 for Carl Moore's speech Appointments for Friday can be arranged by calling 964-6757.
meeting at the Dutch Inn at Lake were: Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Nichols Mr.
Buena Vista Friday to Sunday. Attending i and Mrs. Bob Strunk, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Please call for an appointmentto
the senior club meeting Sunday 1 Bill Finucan Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eddy Brown
to Wednesday were Mrs. W.H.Thomson J.D. Doyle, Dorothy Cook and John Clerk to the Board avoid waitingJLJk
Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. F.J. 1 Warren.
Shaw Mrs. James Blackshear Mrs.
L.T. Young and Mrs. Frank Brown. I

Mrs. Don Hardenbrook is attendinga
business meeting in Dothan Ala. i
Wednesday to Sunday. ,iI I

Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Jerkins and
daughter. Donna of Maxville were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

H.L. Ilutson.Mr .. "

*,ll'a Rain of ChMtomd was Mo'iv;; ** L.__ " visitor* of Mr. 'and. Mrs. J.G. ; D'W- ,-,,' P.

Joey Stalnaker of Orlando spent the 6
weekend with his mother Mrs.
Elizabeth Stalnaker.Mr. .

and Mrs. M.R. Judd spent the D's
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Judd Jr. in Ocala.

Among those attending the 80th birthday ,.
anniversary dinner for Mrs. ....
Mable Denmark in Jacksonville Sun-
day were Mrs. Edna Wells and Mrs. It -- .. ,

Carolyn Redgrave. Among the 100 J ,
persons present for this celebrationwere seafood & hamburgers

Mrs. Denmark's five children, I
12 grandchildren and 22 great.
grandchildren. Mrs. Denmark is the .llke'
mother of Mrs. Tillman Hutto of 00 you likelt! :<:

Jacksonville. -.--- ..' H81JoS11; ,oos .::)rl ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran -- --- .V
the weekend with their son,Jerry spent Jr. .raler... ....., oJ r ttINEW' ::

at Hyatt Regency Hotel in Savannah
Ga. and attended the Southside I'"
Regional bridge tournament. ,
Callie Buller's trip to Houston. i'
Texas was shortened by the death of ::: Ij' I
her grandson, Ricky Haag in a car accident dedicated to maintaining the highest standards possible. iIOf_ '.'
Labor day weekend. Ricky is NAt> toSC .:)Iur LI
the son of Bob Haag of Warner Robbins ff*

Mrs., Ga.Carolyn Redgrave has recent. NEW MANAGEMENT!: : .r i ,

ly returned from Bradenton after ,
spending two weeks with her son,
Wayne Kinney and family.Mr. serving the highest seafood
quality and giving the best service possible. '

and Mrs. R.O. Dansby visited /
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews in '.:' '
Jacksonville last Tuesday.Don ,: ::: :
Page underwent surgery last a/jlM. ,). '..
Thursday in Alachua General ,.II. : : .
Hospital.Mr. present these coupons below and save on.delicious seafood; ,: t:: :
and Mrs. Lamar Goldwire of u
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visited Mrs. Nelma Keen in North : li Fish 'n Chicken : ,.f, .'. .

Florida Regional Hospital on Sunday.. : Dinner :: Dinner lili Dinner < ,

Fritz Kramer is visiting his lili 'r'
daughter, Mrs.Mildred, Patterson in I II '
Kane Pa. $4 89 II .
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett. Sr. 1 With II I I
visited his brother. Harry Bennett in coupon Coupon
St. Luke's Hospital. Sunday. '' I A great seafood value. Includes two golden fish 11 The best chicken you've ever tasted. Includes a liii Two- golden-brown! fish filets' Coupon, I '. ..
I ,plenty of tender 1 '
!flA., filets plenty of crisp french fries fresh creamy coleslaw II generous portion of tender juicy boneless chicken boneless chicken ;juicy;
Mr. and Mrs.- GUbet Goldwire :.':;.; II and two delicious hush puppies. II filets prepared to your liking and served with the ii filets served with the Captain's 1 .
special sweet 'n' '
returned Monday of last week from 10 Offer expires Oct. 17, 1981 II Captain's special,'sweet 'n' sour sauce, golden itii french sour sauce a generous portion of' I ,
days visit in Toledo Ohio with their I at participating Captain D's. ,;:1 ''II, french fries fresh creamy cole .slaw and two crisp delicious fries fresh creamy cole. stew' and. two .
son and family Mr and Mrs. I .' hugh puppies. I
Ray .. I";; I I delicious hugh puppies. liii *- vi' "
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Bradford High's Tornadoes as they PALATKA at BRADFORD HIGH TORNADOES four passes for 05 yards and two ;
set to do battle with ,second-ranked scores,completed two of two halfback
Palatka Friday night.Sept.25,here in QUICK FACTS passes for 40 yards and another TD,
Starke. Game Site: Bradford Stadium; kickoff 8 p.m. .. /< and returned two punts all the way v'4 S, /
A) The Tornadoes must somehow Season Records: Palatka 2-0 with wins over Gainesville. HS back for 6-nointers.. BHS scouts have .i
derail the Panther's wishbone ex- (28-21)) and New Smyrna Beach ((37-0); Bradford 0-1 with a loss to seen the Palatka whiz carry punt I
press, a unit that has accummulated Macclenny (7-13). back for scores three times (counting \:1 Y 1
541 yards on the ground and 680 yards Series History: Not too many teams have advantages over BUS the jamboree) and promised they'llbe
total offense In whipping defendingstate over the years but Palatka sure does: 23 wins to eight Bradford vic- kicking away from him Friday
champ Gainesville High 28-21 tories and two ties (not counting three wins and a loss by Palatka nl t. k 1'
and New Smyrna Beach 37-0. Chiefly South against the Tornadoes). Williams is the running back I've. a
that means at least slowing down Last meeting: Palatka, won 27-20 last year enrouteto. a 10.1'. .seen since I've been; in coaching
John L. Williams the Panther's season. BHS Coach David Hurse said Mon-
200-pound cross between a bucking Players to watch for Palatka: One of the most watchable players.. day, and talk like that doesn't flow
bronco and a sprinter. Williams has in Florida is Palatka's .wishbone halfback John L. Williams easily from the veteran Tornado men
lived up to his preseason buildup as (number 22,6-0 200 pound Sr.). He's regarded Florida's best high tor. "He makes Palatka a good ,4 ij
Florida's best back with aeven school running back by most. Dangerous from the line of scrimmage -" ballclub." .. -"
touchdowns in two games. He (averaging 8.1 yards per carry as a junior and 10.6 per carry' Hurse also notes that the Panthers j
averages 10.6 yards per carry from in Palatka's first two games of 1981) Williams is also a tremendous < have other weapons. "They're Ver
scimmage. That's a first down per threat on kick returns and in pass routes.. In the open field he's satile. The other back (Daryl Oliver.
carry almost unstoppable. ." number 41, 180 pound senior) runs a
And B) The Tornadoes must solve Cornerback Jimmy Oneal (number 24, 160 pound junior) is 4.6 40 so he's almost as fast as
their problems with offensive Incon- ed the Panthers best hitter on defense while offensive tackle 18001"1 Williams and the fullback (Joe Brin-,
sistency, if only to keep up with the Tilton (number 75, 245 pound Sr.) is a top blocker !, son, no. 36. 195 pound Jr) at 195 Is big Ir-J'
Panthers, who played name that Key matchups: The obvious key for any Palatka foe is stopping enough and tough enough to be a real sly
score against Smyrna's Barracudas.For John L. Williams. Nobody has done it so far. How well the BUS threat."Indeed, Brinson Is averaging lv 1
front can contain he and the other speedy Palatka backs and how 7.6 yards per carry on eight carries
Bradford a team coming off a well the Tornado secondary helps on contain and in open-field situa- thus far. v '
13-7 loss to lightly-regarded Macclenny will tell if the Panthers big. Quarterback Clifton Reynolds ( ...,. d., .
tions score '"'" .!.I] 1(,;"" .....- I...' p---- "1'"- ---
and a club lacking in experienceand Offensively BHS will need to show much more consistency both 5,190 ;
raw ability, the two-pronged task running and passing. to the If
seems a bit difficult. But then Palatkawas
nearly as highly-rated last year Clayton 4 'Fishfinders' Win PrizesWith
when they had to struggle to escape ther QB J
with a 28-20 win over the Tornadoes in He's hit
Palatka.As IWA Pro Wrestling Bouts two our month-long'Telegraph Flshfinder Contest we found four of the lop
should always be the case when 82 yards. fish-getters In the area and they're pictured above with the cash and some of
Palatka takes the field this year On Tap Saturday in StarkeThe "They the prizes they won as winners or runnerups In the contest. tAt

(barring injury) Williams will be the said of left Is Willie Dobbs, runnerup In the Big Bass category on one knee Is Big
key. He touched the week ball just but twice scored in Independent Wrestlers Association will be putting on another card of they hitter'P"Bass champ Paul Bednar. behind him Is Panflsh champions Millie Crews
the second half last ''
and at Is Steve In the Panfish test,
both times,on runs of 65 and 56 yards pro wrestling Saturday night at the National Guard Armory. The right Nipper. 2nd-placer eon t
before Panther Coach Bob Lyles mer- Three I.W.A. matches were held last week here in town and the format will line Bednar, who snagged a 12 pound, 10 ounce bass, and Mrs. Crews both won
cilously) confined his senior terror to be the same Saturday three matches starting at 8 p.m. with tickets goingon over 25. And from the gift selection donated by S&S Bait & Tackle Jimmy
the bench. He's run for 233 yards on 22 sale at the door at 7 p.m. Admission is 15. Willie '.Sun Sports, and Grlffis Sons Fiberglass: Bednar won a 2800 Fluger
Newly-crowned I.W.A. heavyweight champ Al Perez will be taking on TJie
& a 32 quart Coleman Ice chest, and a life preserver while Mrs.Crews won
German; there will be a single girls match; a tag-team match with one-hall often life preserver and a live well aerator kit. ,
of the Anderson Brothers and Johnny Mantana taking on the team of Don
BBS GirlsDrcptoO2 Hart and Mike Prather with no disqualifications, no time limit, and no holds O'Neal- Dobbs and Nipper both received a f.IS cash prize plus a walersport safety
barred; and three other matches, according to promoters. the best( and a 6-pack of outboard motor oil. rI

Despite some sizzling serving by
Lorraine Bass Bradford) High's Lady
Tornadoes suffered some second-and-
third game blues and dropped their
first two volleyball matches of the
season last week. .

In both matches, District contests 61
against Live Oak and Santa Fe, BHS 1 1
opened with a first-game win but then
sawvletory slip away In the besv(-.,. : :
three matches. .
The Lady Tornadoes try to get on A \ ; '
the winning track this week, facing ti
Macclenny-Baker County Thursday
night in Macclenny and then Buccholz
Monday night in Gainesville.

Santa Fe Survives

BIIS Home Opener

Defending District champ Santa Fe : tM
wasn't nearly as impressive as last _
year's Sectional championship outfit I
but the visiting Lady Raiders stayed
unbeaten at 5-0 by slipping by Brad-
ford In Starke Tuesday night.

Just as they had done Monday night
against Live Oak the Lady Tornadoes
vaulted out to a first-game lead, this ii irl 1)TIr7' I ,+ i ,. r ; I t// ul, ,l
%; Ii r j hk ,: .u ''a li.'a 1.1./
time by digging their way out of a 13-2 ) I
hole. Bass sizzled on her serve, winn- w, LEXINGTON
+A 'ili d4M1MAll wr.+.;tt111, The aBtOi, ooMSr frfflfetff
w ;
ing 9 straight to pull BUS to a 12-12 tie //.4418. I.r*i BIB It ? p ,.rrJI'S, f4l''rl(,;' ,,
and after a side out two Hope Jackson
deliveries made it 14-12. Santa Fe got
just one point back and when tall 4 t
Raider Felicia Black spiked one past 4ri'H
the end line Bradford had a 15-13 win. ,

That was the end of the good news
for BHS as Santa Fe's better con- P
sistency proved to be the edge. The .1'Jim Walters offers you 10% mortgage financing when he I--- -- '+,w 6 '' "- I f

visitors rallied from down 2-0 to scorea builds} your home. Do you know how much this means to you? I

15-2 crusher in game two and then PERCENTAGE Just 3 or 4 percent more over a 20 year period amounts to r r.'W ,
won a hardfought rubber game 15-10.
extra thousands of dollars.
The Lady Tornadoes led 7-4 in game RATE .many i' ao ,.
three after Tracy Hankerson servedsix Here are some facts for you consider If you sign a ii '
winners but BHS didn't score 20-year. $30,000 mortgage at only 13%, you will pay back $14.872 more than for a Jim ;
again until Santa Fe had hammeredout Walter-built-and-financed home having this same cash price. On a 20-year, $35,000 mortgage at just '. -" p '
a 13-7 advantage. Black boomed a 13% you'll back over$17,000 That's of
pay more. 17,000 your dollars! can you afford tog/we away this
spike down for a 14-7 lead before BHS
captured the serve back and pulled to much money? With Jim Walter your monthly' payment on a$30,000 mortgage is only$289.50,based on ,,,u, ." -I( ,
within 14-10 on three deliveries by the example below. For comparison, at 13%, your payment would be approximately $351.47 That's !> s---- --' i ;
(who else) Bass. But, Bass netted her $61.97 MORE! THINK OF THAT $61,97 more you'll pay every month for 20 years. .

fourth delivery and BHS allowed a But that's not all .with Jim Walter there are NO "Points" or"Closing Costs"and, in most cases,NO Homes built on your property

serve. to drop in for the Santa Fe victory DO WN PAYMENT required.Credit approval usually matter. of one or two days instead of. the weeks to almost any stage from the

and weeks of most mortgage companies. .
Live Oak Turns shell up to 90%,complete.

BHS Opener Sour Shop and;Save When you shop around for a builder, be sure of your total costs. Find .

The Lady Tornadoes jumped out to out how much your interest rate will be.then ask your Jim Walter representative to show you comparison Typical> Example Jim Walter Home_ _Financing" y

game an early victory advantage at Live with Oak a 13-10 Monday first. figures. While he's there, take a close look at what Jim Walter has to offer Let him show you our more CASH PRICE . . $30,000,00

night but the bottom fell out after that than 20 homes that can be built on yourproperty almost anywhere to almost any stage of completion Down Payment . .'. . None 'o'
as the Lady Bulldogs won easy 15-3 from the shell (unfinished inside] toJW"vflnished.! This:means you can do some or all of the Inside. 240 $289.50
Monthly pay't . @
and 15-1 games to close out the best finishing yourself to save even more money; ::; iSo

two-of-three) match."Inexperience is. really what hurtus if you own property on which you would like to build' come to where your costs are low. .where 10%' Annual I Percentage Rate :

your value is exceptionally high. Come to where 10% annual percentage rate financing is no problem. '
BHS Coach Inez Harvey said of ,
the opener. Come to Jim Walter Homes. Call;'stop by or send the coupon to your- nearest display park today. _...................\

One of three experienced starters FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! .
from last year Lorraine Bass -

served 11 points as the Lady Tornadoes I JIM WAITER HOMES ''M.".. ._...(..N..II .

Dana jumped Cooper out added to the three firstgamewin. service .... "'11.11... HOMES a would like to have more information and the toil .:biaIfe
points and senior veteran Hope ,. of building my properly I understand there would -7
Jackson tacked,on the winning ser- f*", "', be no obligation to buy and that you would give m. ,
vice. Our Display Parks are open Saturday and Sunday for your convenience. ,h.. facts free of charge. I:

In the second and third games the >
veterans weren't enough to overcome fit' HAM .J
'young mistakes'. ?.JACKSONVILLE, FLA 32216 : 4 ,' OCALA, FLA. '32670 ; ;;:'. ADOIISS. ..

"We had so many errors most of P.O. Box 16965 .. CITY
them at the net" Coach Harvey said. .. ,.. :i.' P.O.. Box, 954 I J ..''/, STAnZIP.
"We had oppurtunities to get rid of 6227 .
Phillips HwyiU.S.
the ball at the net but we just couldn't '3001 .South Pine St. .,. ., ,If trtaaN.N please .,lve diredieni.! ?.. .
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do it. The younger girls had a lot of w #1 South I' .wr <
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trouble at the net. I feel that later on \. PH: ,,," 0,
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September, UI8I ,,

JJHS Swoops. Cross-Coun Results'

tlf\TYn.J:+\Pr{, ,..I, .'" \' a. 'A /)4 b.l.16....Aug.n 0_.......N.4))!..P..r.N'36. f)I..I.Irn.d. .1,
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,0)) UiOTt I) Ooto* (>A) Miltl, 4)) Paul Mdl .." (I.) I wi....'. Ctirl Campaall. (Ranny) 11,11.
MiMl, I) KMMiy DaWW (I') 17,M| d) v...., IMtl ((1)) .Ml Ka,.... H) *ltha>4 W.,,." irJ4 1P.ul)
IfiMl,7))0.awar((A)Itlltl, I)Wokk(IA)'0,0), )Woo. AVKImay' l:07'Olte..",DaWItt' tai:1r,.])VI...,,....
WMoiiar(a)Mt III 10))Kalth' Parr,(I.AI)7gd6, II)Calvin ,.10.100))C. I., *..>.. 10...
.........(q)Hill, IHS IV II nlll,.fla) ,.. .. d... >>!|..
Dual MeetBradford
.N.|lfl.10.w.Aug.:M .,.h.,tI.".,Invitational.' jMl
(T_".'a OMJ..1.......) (....M R....,.I-m11N.. ) .. -...I. I)llitoa. DaWIH, (U)1'1.,1))CurkMt(IA)' T..10 loom* 1'0.) ....,.,. 17. I)...hh.', 111 I)
High's boys and II,"l Tyffanr OrlHI. (S) 11t.., 4)) ,_. Imllh (I) ."...,.. 110 4)) 121. 0)) SI 010., Maara I.O. t)
girls ,..07|1))Pom.....*.I..I.( ),....|0))l*.all" ('A)ItiOll, 7)) ",..."..11',.7)1.11..117,1)) )llboul' lt.5))l..110, II)
cross country teams followed up a Carol,..Mll(I) ItiOti, ,I)Mclliay(IA) I7it4i f)-.. Jan,."..,110. II)HAOfORO 117.
season-opening run at the rugged |I'AI) 11.11.0)Ma'hia>....lkll, {1'1'0) ..,. .In4lvl4ual. WI,.,., I. d,. Otaxh (O,. .. Fork)
Bishop Kenny Invitational with a couple Nw.e.Nng .....,. _. (mlddl." aM.I ..ann..., 10,14.
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of dual meet victories -- ,1..1. M M.>. lap 14- A"..... IM (Wh) Ililll "I.,. OMt icaratt M)Unit OaWItt' (ll,tl. IS)'rfI..,Orll.
over St. They're Off and Running.... _KM(IIIn) t Do "....,....(llh)I7tll f...1.Mt.Ck 11.1610,17))h..Chltly, lliS7., Ot)C..I..II II,'..
;Augustine Tuesday at the Bradford .>....('...l) IfiH.. 50))Matin.frollck lliM.Oyan .
.' ccourse at the middle school. The girls 2-mile race at the BUS course ,eta started from left to right Maxine I Frallck. Carol Fussell. Louette
and Linda DeWitt (the winner Pam .,...., Invitational, ,My.I. Dlvltlenat Ranny
Tuesday with the Lady 'Tornadoes. St. Augustine Smith. race ), Hawkins" Ktnnf
r.'i? The Lady Tornadoes romped to a BMS Involved.BUSglrls and Griffis. ( Ramir.*....11..1) I....'''"..... :20)) Oaa>(. Ctow. Ili4) II) HonryCaapaf
Roadrunner members
Club Tyfanny ......._,... .
r :ao-M win over the visiting Yellow pictured (In white tops with dark Mrln.> ... To*10 Taaaw I) I)ovclikali tl.I') 21:11.You'r :
fcj: ?Jackets (the lower the score the betf .
iter) Tuesday while Bradford's boys

,f,.:::Hedged St. Augustine 2629.
*-& This week BHS goes to Palatka
"1-.1'hl11'8day for the Palatka Invitational Going to Uko, Eckord's Famous Photo Offer)
:i end then go to Baldwin for a 4-team

Joys? run and girls tri-meet Tuesday. Tv; 4oa)*M IVInM..Ol.n ontro Nt of prlnrt'
f;\ill last Saturday's meet at Bishop with .v.fy roll of color) or black and whlM
ijCenny the Tornado boys were 16th infield print Him dov.topod and prlnlmt...TODAY
fie' of 22 teams and an Injury. 1 AND EVERYDAY.
plagued Lady Tornado outfit was 13th 1\Mte. tw ...'" _Out two roll of print film
: n a field of 16. 1 .for the price of one Kodocotor or black and
"Five of our top girls came up withuries whit.when you have your film( proctiaad 0
'y ? ...
.. BUS prior Coach to Saturday's meet, .,__- Twte 9t. Ouoronrao.?Bjy only th.print
.rioted George Leper you want No haoslo-avom( II tho goof was In I
jgg.three Linda DeWitt (knee), Tyf- -_ %. the picture taking
-,?; any Griffis (ankle), and Karen Chit
.:E*ty (foot) still ran. leading BHS

..:;;?across with 36th 55th and 87th placet II ff8l 1
a"- respectively but their times were ofl ..rhf
t,*what they ran at home Tuesday (save<<
for Chitty who missed the home run).
Two others Pam Hawkins and Itz.o
Michelle Stilwell -missed the Kenn) 1

opener with Stillwell's cheerleading ......n.rAr
Injury requiring a cast and possibly
.ftror! : :
putting her on the sideline for the / -w..wVe.All-

Reason.3C 0 .. :
<< The healthier unit was more im-
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bressive Tuesday'with the top four '''"'' "',
BHS 'scorers turning in their best I r 1 "
;:times of the year. DeWitt just a I
.freshman led from the start to finish / SCHICK. POLAR'OI'D"
first in the home opener with a 12:47 ,
time while Griffis was third in 1:1:40r: DOUBL..EOQ& -

+.I sophomore> Hawkins fifth in 14:40.

"!''Maxine'was the Fraehck fifth scorer another for BHS freshman with a, TAUNCK .1 OS r V29C" Io o nI .13S /1 00 .1299
18:47: finish good for tenth. Bats /ale : TWIN
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Richard Warren lost a duel with St.
4u ustllle' Troy Holland for the in- /
dividual win but still dropped his time ROLAIDS
Kb 16:06: in claiming second. WICKER VIDAL SASSOON
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way down to 16:55 to finish fourth TABLETS GLOVES IM'! ftS8
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ttade the difference from there as 6 Protectah.nd..A.: Iral,.. ........ ..... J /
Kenny ,DeWitt (17:34): and Victor Forupsetsto- sorted sizes.Limit 2 pr'11N Dual heats.Features
.r. e.clu.l"arlng.y.
belts ((17:39) went five-six and Wade mach.Limn 1 teN.,.... ....
Widener ((20:12): ) beat a Yellow Jacket /
runnerto the line for'ninth.S <
<4tearlyt>est.eet Saturday-were by .. .... :r \If '
:KFussell ..((15:58): in taking 89th .. ..
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fir. { y, r.-, ttiivYntrfi ,, --l1fh13: =Cr.-; BUANPOT MEMORY

cThe BHS boys were packed tight at wrnaort.eDRESSER! CHAIN -m BMI .......,.... CALCULATOR
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Kenny, with Warren first Tornado S -1M 6'1 s.New ...............
home in 17:26: for 52nd place. McKin- 33 i:: 1M 1 ftli i:ia: ..... u u

rffey came across 85th in 18:07. DeWitt Economical Easy care fabric m e ..... 2 81 U Pocket size performu
was 89th in 18:17 Letts was 92nd in analgeslo assorted prints. e.w aN ............... g.cer.mlc.bas.4 all basic functions. /
I>?1:19: ; and Curtis Jones was 100th in tablet*.Limit 1 Colorful weather resistant' PVC plemtedshad.. HeeY.amernoryk.yg..trap. .
18:39. on foldIng)! tubular from,
:jOranze Parks' girls called
ncredible" by Loper were distant

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Jow 17 points (just two points JHIRMACK ING QENERALELECTRIC!
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ruse Bradford Ditch'junior Richard Warren$ rvc, *. ,j
leads the pack Tuesday as he and two. Eckerd ECk"dPII.'mecfstah1gh"'lrainedprOf"tiONIt.iIwho" Sq. Shopping I Center 'I ,
8ft ;\Up.u'runnen Troy llamrtfbnd -,, la-make aura you are completely MiHcfled. They tall.1InuiooCI .\
and Mark Geren- traverse the lCIucaliOnCOU'lOmainllinlllup-to-da..lI-'edgeold. elopo 31 S. Walnut St.. Stark 1 '
rjieolB In drugs.Ihey ihvay*try M eve you money 6y orferlna Senlot. .. .J
dJUhthat rues through the Bradford C..lZlftdlacourQ( de-.clrUQapo--.T.. ...MH --.I...." .' .?,. ctMa.Itl'I 4
Middle School cross country course. also saw. you time y.tanIlVChecll'1l.lOClI.lOlIlIPthe drugs
Hammond pictured behind War- you n.. ron e.meon to win the race Tuesday
with the BHS leader second and
Geren third.

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IZA TELEGRAPH September Z.. Ml + ,

B JLJtS juniorVarsity .;' ,


Could Shed Losing ]HabitBradford [ ,,, p 'e-4 4 i1 ,\ s w all M!

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High School's Junior Varsity tion play where quarterback Robert
wasn't able to snap its losing Carver waited until the last momentto
habit in List week's season opener pitch to tailback Kevin Sampson
against Gainesville Eastside, but the accounted for 14 more yards and: w ,, )
Baby Tornadoes did show William Salmons contributed a couple'
themselves, their coaches, and fans of tackle-breaking runs to get the,ball J ,
who braved wet weather for the home to Eastside's 25 with 5:12 to go in the
game, that the losing streak may soon half. i
Become a thing of the past.In But a Ram linebacker slided in to 'J \ :
short the 1981 junior varsity sack Carver twice and BHS quick-
looked much improved over the team kicked the ball away on fourth and 17, %. .,
that finished 1.7 last year, even Starting out the second half ,the I,
though they did absorb a 6-0 loss to the Baby Tornado defense, led by
visiting Rams on a slippery Bradford linebacker Don Green, a varsity
field. A chance to start winning ways backup playing with the JV's for.the I 1
will be this Thursday Sept. 24, when week, stopped Eastside cold and a ,-X,
the BUS junior varsity goes to short punt gave BHS possession at the I>I
Gainesville to play a 4:30: game at Ram 22.'Brown. ,,. ,
Citizens'Field against the GUS junior picked up three yards and I i .. ...... .A .R.
.. "
.pei"uII fI1lI _- -wa'.I:: : ROI PSR_III IiOIIoiIP"\;' .. T Z raa.a7or..r-e. t 0J
varsity. Sampson five but on a fourth and one1.
"We definitely looked a lot better," try Sampson was stacked up for V \,I L ToI'ijadoes.ror'1Jt3L.: !! .. :3rd row,I. to r.,Shannon King Martelta Moore,Jamie Whitehead Joey Loyd-i\
Head JV Coach Rick Stevens noted, yard loss, turning the ball back over. Bradford High's junior varsity football squad Is pictured above. Teddy Bresee, Andrew Patterson, Anthony Luke Wayne Crlbb,and Tony Hill j<
nodding his head up and down. Then The Bradford JV defense was impenetrable They are front row*left to right, Clint Hutcheson: Donald Thornton, William
he went a step further, promising: Salmon,Green in,Salmon the second,Randy Davis half. Salmon Robert Carver Randy Alvarez' Tommy Johnion. Randy'!I ,jBalkom.*
"They're gonna win some ballgames.We Brad Brown, and Tully 0'Neal; ,
should have beat 'em last night." and Wayne Cribbs came up with 2nd row; I I.:' to r.. Roger Jefferson, Kevin'Salnpsiif'Br.RumelltT11ybtRehberg ; x
And indeed the mostly-sophomore tackles behind the line and Billy Jimmy Schoening, Jerry Feltner R.ftd'y'Davl'/'Jay'.Roger,, and'
Bradford team had a good shot at Rehberg had one vicious hit. Rehbergalso Carlton Johnson. .. ".,.,
fumble from Ram
the stripped a a -- Budget Hea.ring
pulling ballgame out. runner that Brad Russell pounced ,. .
After the teams traded the ball on St.t Edwards Church Hall '4 '" ,
back and forth while Russell also had an interceptionand
BHS committeda
costly error tha allowed Eastside to Salmon scooped up an Eastside 10
fumble. Eastside had the ball at the BINeb' 8
Jump in front. On a fourth down from ;
BHS 22 with 3:45 to but Sept. 291981
was pushed
its own 45 BHS lined up to punt but the go ;
center snap was low, sliding under Stevens praised the defensive workof Every Saturday. 7:30 P.M. \
punter Brad Brown's hands all the 411 N. Temple Ave.. SUrke. Fla.
way back to the Tornado 13 where Green and Schoening, who he said
Eastside piled on Brown. Two "played a heck of a game," and then 730
plays p.m.
later busy tailback Tommy Roy added "they all played well, offense
swept the ride side for a 10 yard TD and defense" To My Friends:
Sampson was the leading rusher for
jaunt and the Rams were on top with v
2:36 to go in the first quarter. A host of the game for Bradford, showing good rd like to say my Mom will enter my ,xi '; Brooker City Hall
tacklers led speed and elusiveness on sweeps
decked Roy on by the Jimmy Eastside Schoening two-point covering 14, 11, and eight yards. paintings at the Indian Summer Arts & + si _

conversion try to keep the margin at Sophomore running backdefensiveback Crafts Festival ,Saturday, Seplember't! *
60. Eric Lane also came down from t
BHS had a couple of chances to get the varsity for the open week while 26 at the Bradford County. Fair', City of Brooker
back into the ballgame. ninth graders Jamey Whitehead and grounds. '
Donald Thornton came from the
After Eastside's score the Baby up
Tornadoes immediately moved 41 freshman unit and got plenty of playing Just thought you'd like to know. ,

yards into Ram territory. Brown kept time. Love, '
that drive alive when he scooped up Eat/ld.JV. 4000-4 '1 ltth0 924r
another low snap on a punt and ran Bradford JV 0000-0 David Newham a"
six: yards for a first down. A nifty op- E- Ray 10 yd. run (run falUd) ,


Sports CalendarThursday {

Sept. 24-
BITS JV football at GIIS (4:30) "

BHS girls volleyball at Macclenny (7:00): \

BUS cross country at Palatka Invite ((4:00): ) "

Friday, Sept 25- "Spend a. .

Palatka at BUS varsity football ((8:00) : ,

Saturday. Sept. 26- ...", ",...: .. -. :
Pop Warner teams at Orange Park _'..... : -
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Sunday Sept. 27- I, li ... .\,.

Monday Men's Flag Sept.Football 28- 3 games at BUS (1, 2:30: and 4 p.m.) nMC41ii: .i".1' .,

BHS girls volleyball at Buchholz (6:00)

Tuesday Sept. 29- .
Baldwin at BUS freshman football ((7:00) 0 .
BUS cross country at Baldwin (3:30) lot!

Thursday, Oct 1- SC a fAi

Live Oak at BUS girls volleyball (6:00) ,
BUS JV football at St. Augustine
M 7"''" "I would say that any time you can spend 1 a little money'

Friday Oct. 2- R,tv now to save. lot of money over a long: period ifVii: pretty '
BIIS varsity football at Santa Fe ((8:00))' ., ,.. -. good invesnn nt..AnJ that's how I feel aknit' tabulation-

p and those other '- : features. in our house," :say I .

Mr. Robert McMablirxofGxrtM : Heandhis wgtc fJ\U\,

NOTICENOTICENOTICECITY ti .estimate"they'!sc\v'$30 to $40 a'month because:\ !oftrjei, i'5-

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OF STARKE : a the time they; bui).t their homc.,) ..,,,, 'Iii> *m [ft .
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Year 1981 1982 A..:.. : Over a period of years they. CmtsLn'c you substantially-, .
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Teams Each Week.


And Be A Winner *'
watcher of Ga t 'Ize "There was so marry ,
A big
1st Week Winner: oruPsets this week I
1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH'employ..* and their 3)) In case of ties w.will use the total points scored Mrs. Hazel Hardy has games no bit Mrs.secret Hardy for said picking even count mine up.'dStill,
Immediate families or. w.lcom. to enter but In the Bradford, County High School, gam. each Mrs. Hazel Hardy was a winners, "I'm just a big she missed only the Wake '
there Is a limit of on. entry pr p arson each wk. week (except the Tornadoes week) as a tie: surprized and proud win football ,an.". and Forest UCLA win over victory Auburn over -
iota ner of our first Football Solze, Shirley
breaker. Pleas fill! In the Po you think will b. Contest of the year pICk- Brabham, and Christa Wisconsin while picking a ,
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the scored by the Tomado.s and their opponent combtned -" 'ing 18 of the 20 games right Jacobsen both missed on correctly games that gave tw
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the In the ,tlebreak.r blank. For Instance, th. on the nose. lust three choices while most everybody else win "

Telegraph office before 4 p.m. each Friday after- score In on.' of BUS games last year was Macbla We,for neglected two of the to games put Tom Crawford Cumber, Keith, :'.: :1.over troublethe Notre Dame Michigan, SMU's _rw.' 1 t

noon. Fill In all the blank with either the name Benny 17, Tornadoes 1$. the correct total score ontheentryaheetlaltweelc Jo Ann Solze) and Pat victory over Grambling, ,
of the think will win or "tie". .If you think was 32 points. (Gators-Ga. Tech and Dickinson missed on four Nebraska over FSU, and ft-week contest winner
Iowa-Iowa St.) and threw Chicago over Tampa Day. Hazel Hardy looks eyes her
the game will end In a tie. The parson who picks those two games out. games. winnings a f25 first prize
'the most garnet right will win the top prize. 4)) All decisions of the fudges are final. "You're kidding was check.

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Page 14A TELEGRAPII September 24.1981CowboyTeamsWai4of5!

Games, : .

., :-

around the leftside. After a series o .
It was a good opening day as far as Games This Week
Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner (all at Orange Park) runs' by Wiggins' quarterback Cor; ,,
fooled the
followers were concerned as the local Mitey Mites vs. 0 Park I (10 a.m.) Strong Keystone Steele
learns came out on top In four of the Jr. Pee Wees vs. 0 Park I (noon) defense with a bootleg to the right em
five games played on opening day last Jr. Pee Wees vs. Green Cove (2:00): that picked up 12 yards to the one t<
Saturday.The Jr. Midgets vs. 0 Park I ((4:00)) set up Seeley's score.
Jr. Pee Wees swamped Midgets vs. 0 Park I ((8:00))_ The Cowboy defense held Keystone t
to only three first downs and 43 yard!I
the Pee Wees escaped
Keystone in total offense.'The offseiBradford's t
38-0 victory that could have been penalties
with a 6-0 win, the Mitey Mites won
101 yards in offense.
7-0 while, and the Jr.the Midgets Midgets lost won a tough handily 14-6 worse.New running back Charley Pelham "It's good to"win even though yoidon't I'I :
decision against Orange Park II. scampered free for TD's of 38, 32,and play well, noted Cowboy Coach I I'I
All the teams will be at Orange 28 yards to lead the scoring parade in Gary Robinson. "Every time I looked I
Park Saturday with games starting at the win. Two other backfield up we were in a"first-and-15 or first- '
and-25 situation,
10 a.m.Jr. newcomers quarterback Keith
Kehoe and halfback Leon Hampton -
Pee Wees 32 got in on the action, Kehoe scoring on
Keystone 0 keepers covering 18 and 14 yards and Mitey MitesKeystone 7

The Cowboys Jr. Pee Wees rackedup Hampton going 22 stripes'. for a 0
331 yards in total offense, most of it 6pointer. The Mitey Mite Cowboys scored I'I
be real
In the first half,and held shellshocked "All"those guys are going to five touchdowns but all but one were
Keystone to negative yardage as they good, Thomas better said.ballclub"We than really called back by penalties, making for a
should we
opened the 1981 season in fine fashion have a" close ballgame against' Keystone'sSteelers :
with a 32-0 victory. had last year. last week.A ;
Harold Chandler was much of the Much of the reason being that the first period TD stood up as the
offense for 143 unlike the backfield, the offensive line defense limited
Cowboy accounting Cowboy the losers to
yards and four touchdowns. He threwa returns nearly intact from year.In just two first downs.; I
last week's win the front of Clint I
60 yard scoring pass to Wendell Lance Wiggins gained 120 yards offense I
Hudson and ran for scores from 30,251 Jenkins Keith Gillingham, Randy while Gerald Balckom ran for 1 I
and 2 yards out as Bradford exploded Thompson, Danny Manning, Tracy 60 and Chuck Morrow added 50. :
to a 26-0 halftime lead and then eased Bollinger, Lonnie Hamilton, and "It was a total effort on'defense," !:
off in the second half. Mike Jackson Ricky Gainey blew Callahan off the noted the Mitey Mite coaches, Ronnie
also took off for a 28 yard scoring run, scrimmage line to give the backs Padgett Sonny Taylor, Nick Nichols,
while Quinton Ford hit paydirt on an Defensively space. and Randy Rowell. i
the Cowboys bottledthe iI
extra point run.
Chandler set up one score with a 28 losers up as linebackers: Mike Orange Park 14 k
Chappell, Aaron Mathews,and Simon
yard kick return and another with a 14 Jr. Midgets 6Bradford's
Mitchell! and first-year defensive end I
yard punt return. A recovery w r s I
by Derek Dean set up the third Bradford Randy Thompson spearheaded the Jr. Midgets suffered a a
touchdown and Allen Jenkins shutout effort. tough 14-6 loss to Orange Park II in
scooped up a fumble to set up the TD Thomas said Thompson, a first- the season-opener last weekend.A !
from Chandler to Hudson. year player, made three tackles in a Steve Jones to Troy Portis pass I
pass The Cowboy defense was led by row to start the game and then covering 30 yards was the bright spot Cowboy Pop Warner Action... :
recovered a fumble. The Cowboy for the Cowboys on the day. Orange
Chandler with 8 tackles, 3 unassisted. coach also praised two-way starter Park led 14-0 at halftime with the Quarterback Harold Chandler of the Bradford Jr. Pee Quinton Ford (:.10)) is! the blocker out in front while Hill' I
had Irvin 6 Blye, and added Mike 7 stops Jackson, Derek, Pedro Dean Chris Thomas. Bradford bunch closing the gap with a Wees had a big day In his team's lashing of Keystone last Stroud is the Cowboy partially! hidden behind Chandler. !
Here he rolls left
fourth period score. Saturday on a pass play.
Carter, Keith Jenkins, Kelsey
Thomas, Cetrall Lee, and Eugene Pee Wees 6
Blye helped out. Keystone 0

14 penalties severly crimped the
Midgets 38Callahan Bradford Pee Wee offense but the
0 local boys still came out with a vic- .
Bradford Midget's are coming off a tory thanks to a rock-hard defense. T
10.1 season that saw them go all the Malachi Jenkins picked off a pass in
way to a national bowl game and the second quarter to set up the game- T
losing their entire starting winning score, a one-yard burst by
backfield the team coached by Ronnie Timmy Seeley. The Cowboys drove Q
Thomas and Farelon McClellan over 50 yards for the touchdown with
shows no signs of slowing down. Greg Wiggins doing most of the
Saturday they scored a resounding damage on quick-pitch sweeps .

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Men's Flag League All Sports Club

Season UnderwayThe Meets October 5 I

Starke men's flag football The Bradford High All Sports Club LONDON .
league got underway last Sunday at will be meeting Monday night, October f "
Bradford High and things started just 5, at the Western Steer Steak 7' -

...JIII.i .... ,as they have in past yearswith the House. tw't' I '. : .. ...''IJ"'A.ff '. ,
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: Music Men and 301 Quick\ '.Stop Members and those who would like -_ -- .
(formerly Kitchen's Tile) on top. to join are invited to come for dutch
The Music Men whipped the Outfit- treat dinner and ting at IS' AS E"ASV AS
ters 38-13 while 301 Quick Stop won by 6:30: p.m. with the regular meeting -' ; .
forfeit over Lawtey and the Streaks ofMacdenny starting at 730.:
topped Norman's Farm. Those who can't make the meal or
No more details were available on the don't wish to eat are still invited down
games. for the regular meeting. .ONETWOFREE.
Two more contests were slated for
Tuesday night in Macclenny including Tennis LessonsTo
Music Men against the
Streaks at 8:30: and league play con- be OfferedStarke
tinues in Starke Sunday afternoon
Rec. Director God-
with 301 Quick Stop versus Norman'sat Cheryl
will be the basics of tennis
win teaching
1:00: Music Men against Lawtey at
2:30 and shortly if enough people are In-
: Outfitters of Starke versus .
the Macclenny Streaks at 4:00. terested. .
: The classes, which will be free of :"
charge, will cover the basic skills of F 1v 'P+ + ;"v3'ah / 4'' .
Rams CowboysNab tennis and will run from 9:30 to 10:30: : -
WinsThe each Monday morning. Students will
Flag have to provide their own rackets and
Rams and Cowboys were first- tennis balls.If i' .
day winners as the Starke Rec. you're interested call the Rec.
Department Flag Football League. Department ((964-6792))

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Fall Festival of the,Performing(! Arts Thursday,October 22,The Road Cory, All the performances will be followed ,
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Class From left: Paul Wolfe!vtolWMKnlfa.Rtoftarviolin; Kenneth Stalberg.
warm reception these first ,
viola Michael Sebastian, |] r
presentations have received fronf the cello./; / L
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looking forward, most, 'successful At left: Kelly R. 11)11iJrMr) >4.Emily'' < reen'ao<< through their paces In
,t, '' "Horsepower; An Electric Fable' the second Arts Festival presentation ;? DivMcFaddensays.Only
season, 22.The .
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,' ", .. Starke, the excellent New College 'energy situation. Horsepower has The Atlanta Chamber Players a
J "I a': String Quartet will\ be making its New Road Company of Johnson City been performed in sixteen states world renowned group, include flute
.. : : York debut as a part of the 1981,.International Tennessee Is.,one of'America's since its 'premier in 1979 and has clarinet, violin, viola cello and
r BaDIIa Chamber''Artists Serie. fastest growing and most successful received praise from big city to small piano. Their music ranges from the
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: Ul1Iim ,1.141E'.ghKkvil 'the Fall i for :a' ''concert! at CarnegieHall force in the theater in the |the >work as "most extraordinary 20th Century presentations.All .
: ,t The"Quartet is made of Southeasti;, the I RoadCompany, will ... 1Ied with stage images of programs begin at 8 p.m. at the
.' 4 I&1f@ L I IQ) C II3aIIIIIMab m .Violinists, Paul Wolfe humorous Horsepower, an, exciting rare'' beauty," while the Bristol Starke Womans Club. The performances
Brook; iViolHst.. Kenneth Stalberg.; and forceful stage presen- Virginian-Tennessean described are free and open to the
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day .In Starke.' a factory installed safety Sale .
The Clvltans of Starke are offering the first Indian Summer Arts Festival at pilot,and for a small extra Mfrs List Price 2 5" D I a color I TV
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and ready to have a full day of fun and ners take home their pigs.
I excitement.Some of the highlights for Other games for the children will bea Counter' Flow Wall Furnace VIRn BroadcastControlled -
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Parade from downtown the Cake Walk sponsored by the Bradford flow blower wheel delivers volumes of .ir,quiatly light Knob Quartz
fairgrounds Parade Chairman, San- County Hospital Business Office Lint ret.Blower motor adjusts speeds automatically Electronic Tuning t17
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parade planned with floats, marching. opportunity to 'dunk' their favorite DRAFT DIVERTER TIltS new design shields Midband Channel arm
bands and clowns. high school coach >at the' dunking Capoblhly-
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year by the Richie Family of Starke.' and 4 p.m. by Dan Smith from the keeping eabinat safer and cooler. Front Digital!; t I Channel Numbers
At 2 p.m. a talent show will enable Bradford County Library.. panel iniulated with fiberglass and foil. Coax Cable Antenna
contestants ages 16 and up to compete Don't forget the gospel music, AUTOMATIC CONTROLS 21-volt lyitam; Connector $
;for cash prizes. Entries are still being groups which will be singing for eight modern wall thermostat 100%safety pilot. Sa I Ie 4{ 9
*""" ,accepted. To qualify; just call full hours during the day. One of the DVF-50Dand OVF-65C models provide,. Reg. price S5299S .
981.8000.If 0 groups high-lighting this line-up, will dual BTU input. L -
., you've always-waAtexLtftJearn.*, fce ihe Crossroads.Church of Christ
how to clog;at 2:30 p.m..come watch.. .Singers'from"Gainesville and many Mfrs. List Pre-Season a
the Clay County doggers directed by; others ,
.' John Ross of Green Cove Springs. Not only is this>carnival I.but.most *. Price Sale Price e
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vwill land on target at the fairgrounds 'glaucoma :screening; hearing and J
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will conclude with a raffle on a portable of the participants.'are the
television set.,t *, *,. j'''; '.:American Heart Association,
Of course,what would be a carnival'without American Cancer.' Asaociation, .Ar Sawyer-Slade Gas & Appliance
cotton candy, ano-conee'and'a thritis Foundation, Upjobn Services,
greased pig contest. Kids you want 'Starke Nursing. ;Honieand. Civitan,
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. raising drive with a cat'wasH at the baptist church was the,setting, for a received many lovely and useful gifts' r I;
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Phone 485-1344 Stephen Hunter both 'projects t(
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Brooker Baptist Church The regular meeting of the Boy drive on for recruits 11 years and up ,
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luncheon in the educational buildingof The parents of all new members are meetings held at Community
Brooker Baptist church at 11:45 Invited to attend. center each Monday night at 7 p.m
I a.m. All senior citizens are invited to Brooker Elementary School A new fund raising project will get
come and enjoy the food and The Brooker school P.T.A. officers Underway with donatlnos-. for each
fellowship.The ,met with principal Buddy Paterson to ticket for a drawing at the scouts ban-
season will begin with a discuss plans for the Halloween car be held Nov. 3. The lucky
social to be held (n the fellowship hall n1v iWbeheldattheschoolSaturdayOct. ticket holder will be presented with a ..)10.... ..
of the church Thursday Oct. 1,at 7:30 24. The annual parade will start shotgun. .
"p.m. for the "Secret Sisters" the events with costume judging and
organization. prizes. Supper will be served, also, Around town
The members of the organizationare there will be games and rides for'all Mrs. Sam Crutchfield of Brookerand "
asked to be present to learn who ages. Events will be: raffle, chicken Mrs Jimmy, Crosby of Starke
their Secret Sister was for the past and rice supper,hot dog stand, bingo, have returned home after several .1
,I year and to draw names for the new cake walk, sweet shop ring toss, hay days visiting their I sister Frances ,
Any newcomer who wishes to ride,,Frazy tunnel, fireman's dunk, Land who was a patient in the hospital
Join must do so at this meeting.The darts and balloons country. store, in New Orleans. At this time Mrs.
young people of Brooker Baptist duck pond, caricatures, football toss, Land is home In Pensacola. New' Distributor for the, fine I
Church are lied to an milk bottles and a number of other recuperating.!
'associational-wide rally at the events. Plan to be present and sup Mr. and Mrs.' Ben Holland and I i
First Baptist Church in Starke Saturday port your school. The P.T.A.officers Jewell Summers of Wauchula and line of Carnation Feed
Oct. 3, at 7:30 p.m. Christian working with the school are:, presi-- Unite Washington of Tampa are visit- :
comedian Mike Williams\ of Houston, dent, Woody Mason; vice-president: ng Mr.' and Mrs. LJyod Barry for a .,
Tex., will be guest speaker. Phil Gainey; treasurer: Margaret few days. )
surprise of shut-ins were pleasantly Dyasl. ,'I| ., Clyde Cone of Brooker and Doris You Name ItWe Hunters SpecialChicago
with treats of cookies, The first P.T.A. meeting of the Cunningham of Jacksonville were '
brownies and cupcakes delivered to school year will be held Tuesday Sept. united in marriage 'Thursday
them last Saturday afternoon. A 22. There will be a short business September 10 at 8 p.m. The Rev, An- Have II'B oys 5" Lock Back
group of boys and girls prepared and meeting then open house for the dy Moon performed the nuptials., ''
cooked the goodies at the kitchen at parents to meet with their child's A correction: the Tetstone reunion Or Will Get It western Knife
the fellowship hall earlier in the day teacher. will be held Sunday September 27 at 53' 898
under the direction of Mrs. Andy the home of Otis Tetstone. Rabbit Feed Rubber

Moon.New Girl Junior Scouts Mrs. Nora Harris is home to all of I Goat Feed Boots Golden Marlin
River Baptist Church Friday Sept. 11, the Brooker her friends and wishes to thank each .' $395Alligator
Kathryn Riddle and Jose Lopez of Junior girl scouts troop 31 held a very Scratch Grain Feed $1350 Fly control I
West Palm Beach wil be married at successful bicycle rodeo at the school. Laying Pellets Feed from 1.Lb Can
the New River Baptist Church this State trooper George Wehrll of the Florida Theatre Calf Manna'
Saturday, Sept. 26, at 7:30: p.m: The highway patrol station of Lake City
Rev. Jim Countryman will performthe gave a lecture and showed slides emphasizing Starke 964.5451 Fish Feed '
ceremony and Mrs. Countrymanwill how to handle a bicycle Alfa Alfa MealExtra ,
present the traditional music for safely. This was for all students at Fri., Sat., Sun. ( stretch for hog feed) i e '
the occasion. A reception will be held the school. The students were then .
immediately after the ceremony In divided Into three groups and taught CompleteLaying!
the fellowship hall of the church. The bicycle skills while riding bikes. They WALT DISNEY
bride is the granddaughter of Mr.and were taught to: ride slowly with control PRODUCTIONS pms_ Wild Bird Seed
Mrs. Thurston Hendry of the area. weave in and out of cones and Medicated Chick t
Boy Scouts maintain control at all times. The use [fgIDJiIDIDJImm Starter
The Brooker Boy Scouts enjoyed a of hand signals when turning with use
weekend of fun and fellowship at ... Lit Fred Mueller Know
of a figure eight. The scouts wish to .M1M-11. '_lWM*_.TA d011MMTIoNCO) rociIwr
Camp Charles Francis near In- II'.QJCP'
thank Patrolman Wehrll and the staff Your Feed Needs
terlachen last weekend. The camp is for helping the scouts make this program He WW Treat You Right s e '
located on a 25-acre tract of woods on a success.
Lake Interlachen and is an excellent The election of student council officers PLUS e
place for hiking and swimming. for Brooker elementary school
Scoutmaster Hunter said the young were held Friday Sept. 18. Only Creek
men worked on swimming merit students of the 6 grade could run for
badges during the time they were president. Any 5 or 6 grade student t
there, and due to the cool weather could run for vice president, :: RanchUS
were not bothered with mousquitoes treasurer. -
secretary or .
at night. Assistant Ken Starling accompanied 1t 301 S 9646973Family

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was weekend.furnished Transportation by some of the for parents.the trip |through As traffic Brooker flowed recently East the and people West I -A-A-A-A------- -----' ------------------------- ___ __________________._..._..-_"

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September Zt, 1981I Pa.%R.ti .

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started to turn'left' as.Marunwaiovertaking : { .
Arrest'Made ,r.u
to Martin attempted
Sends pass
Two To ''It; At that time Goodman stole rugs to slow and pull back behind Kp'; : Local Case:Of eramicsCor
jewelry china and other
HospitalTwo s
miscellaneous items. was unable kJ do soy strlkintlf emP Child Abuse SW 4th Ave & US 301 -
Hampton area residents were Goodman was serving time in vehicle In the rear. Waldo, Florida < '
Injured In aneary! *morning] accident Georgia when they returned him"to .Damage tothsMartln'v.hidew s Following an investigation) by the
t 1 Sunday when. Jtercar: they,were $250. 'T Bradford County+ Sheriff >Dept. of
Jacksonville where he wanted inponnectton .
31 passengers in rolled!ft CR421. with other robberies.was Kemp was charged with having po child abuse in March, IWlf ,OPEN: Monday 1-6 p.m. TuesdaylOp.Ip... "?

?! Joseph Carl O'Neal,?$} ,.>4000 S1''W.!!' ,Goodman's co-defendent Richard valid driver's license.! ;\ .was presented to the Grand Jury and Wednesday & Thursday.104 p.m. .
r; 47th. Gainesville/wAs southbound.o .. a warrant was istaed. Fi day UH:45p.m. .Closed Sat. & Sun. I
fc; CR-221 when a northbound''orange. ; Lee Sanders is in jail in Texas. Robert Olin Fulghan Rt. 2 sJx Billy Earle Powell,27., :whose address .. ..... .. ,

.. Pinto crossed the dMlerline.. : ttl Peal,' 1515. Starke war traveling north bn was Gainesville, Was arrestedin Q\tt.8, ..,. I .

t .to avoid a coIUslop'.Iweryedtover Brooker Man .r'"US-301, ,when, .hUH;,vehicle struck{'a Tampa In early August. Powell [Excellent selection, '
J corrected lost .t<< ntrol.. turned 'f trailer on the'left side. {{1 was charged with aggravated child :
]1' sideways, slid 13 ft.'I' )&!the shoulder Faces Charge The trailer;was extended approxImately abuse and a second countof) :child '; of greenware & supplies

.'1 t) and rolled his vehicle*t/rtt t lntb:left*'1 11.-* Arrested Sept. 19 at 6:33:: p.m.was a 1 'ft. :Unto the outside traffic abuse: Bond' on each ,count' Adult ; .
I the scene. 1 \ Brooker man accused of shooting. lane.. The trailer,was parked earlierby 20000. = p.m.
'. Passengers In the O'Nesrivehiclewere \ Gainesville with Roland Franklin who was The Incident took place at.830 N. 10:30-li:3cTail tt ._ .
1 man a 16-guage arisen ;Senior i Citizen,, Thurs., : : : "
Kim Mclntire 14, and'rYra .shotgun.. charged with)improper parking. Temple Ave., Starke where Powell :.
; Perry 14, Star Rt. 1 Box 768 Waldo, Harold Edward Mingo 34; was, t' was living at the time. The minor Special Senior Citizen Discount
/ were taken to Bradford County charged with aggravated battery for i..Sepc.19.,' John Albert Kemp, Ocata child was.taken to Shands Hospital ,
Hospital where they were treated and.. the wounding of Patrick Banks; 13, of and Ivory 'J. Jones,* Rt. 3 Box 32B where the child remained for several
t f*; released. Gainesville. The shooting took place 'Starke, were traveling north on days with- a: broken hip multiple Free work area when available
: Damage to the '81 Chevette was south of Brooker on State Road 231, US-301. Jones in the outside kin bruises and other injuries. "
;:; 4000. Iy according to Ala ua County Sheriff's swerved to avoid hitting a dog andIItruck Powell was charged with maliciously during shop noun
O'Neal wage charged with having nodriver ..of lice. Kemp's vcNcietwhich\ : was in touching or striking causing bodily
'license Jn his ftpsfesMoit. *' Banks was taken to ShandsHospital'twhere the inside Ian.. ,t, 1., harm to the child: The second charge ... ;,
was listed in serious but stable Damage to the vehicles was approximately stated Powell did deprive said child of I, ; '10% Discount 'I
condition. .. necessary medical treatment.The .
$250 each.:
f case has been sealed by the
t. On Greenware [
Jury Retuols'Guilty ,\ court since the arrest: Powell's bond

Verdict Minor was reduced to $2.500, he posted a During Sept. .
21 Helen 41 ;
Sept. Dorothy Risby. surety bond and was released.
;.; Florida State Prison Inmate Terry AccidentsAs 922 Brownlee St., Starke, was attempting The trial is scheduled for Nov., 1981.
McGowan charged with battery of a tor make a right turn on SR-18 ., Start work on your Christmas items now
d law enforcement officer; was found Emma Pearl Newsome,31, Rt. 1 when a vehicle passed her on the right -

y guilty by a jury Sept. 17, in Bradford Box make 1261', Lawtey was attempting to side in the parking lane striking the. ,,/ trr
left turn Walnut St. from
County Circuit Court. a on Risby vehicle on the right side. d.i
the Standard
This was the second! time around for Station she had to pull Damage to: the 1'73 Mercury was
out into the traffic lane in order to see The second vehicle left the
McGowan who stood trial in April this $400.
I around a parked Coke truck. As a '. f
year, for the same charge at that scene.
time there was a hung jury. result. Debra Lynn Johnsen 18, Rt. 3
\' McGowan received credit for time Box 7'i11. Keystone Heights, traveling t
.a served at.Florida State Prison and south on Walnut St.. did not see
Newsome and the vehicle struck her Local \ h The country & Western
was sentenced to one additional day
by Judge Chester B. Chance. in the right front. Arrests Ij 4 j ,
Assistant State Pete En- !, Showplace In Florida
Attorney 'Ij
: Leslie Best 81, 1203 N. Oak St. Bradford County .Sheriff's Dept, (
wall had recommended. a 3 year Starke. finished getting gas at Lii made several arrests during the past > 238 W. University Ave, Gainesville. Fl 377.5915 ,
sentence. -uIn pproprlate to the
say local residents. :'
least..sald Champ started to back around to week Involving
EnwaU. Market Rd. J.. C. Cercy, 59, 2974 Jose Arroya. 37, Rt. 2 Box 1558 ,
McGowan, was serving 2V4- Presents
from Broward'Co. for resisting an yrs.officer Thomas St., Starke had pulled in Starke was charged with petty theft, ,
behind Best. Best did not see him stealing or carrying away a lawn
with violence. After the battery
continued to back up and hit the right mower from the property of Steve
charge McGowan was placed on a front of Cercy's vehicle. Whipple Sept.. 12. t joe stampley
maximum security 'wing at Florida
Bond was set at $200. Arroya was.
State Prison where he received
Ronald William released on recognizance.
Herndon Jacksonville -
several I discipline"reports.. October 1st with Country Feeling
his truck along
was parking at Starke :
attorney emphasized this Jackson Rt. 2 Box 1498;;
Uniform Company, E. Brownlee St., Betsy 27. '
was'due-to.the conditions max- Doors at 8 Tickets 5.00
when he backed into the building. Starke, was charged with welfare Open p.m.
um security. Damage to the building was $100. fraud Jackson stated she was Tickets' may be purchased il the Lone Star. Specs and the Rancher.
unemployed when she was employedby
2 Inmates James Riley Briggs 64, Rt. 2 Box the Starke Nursing Home. : II Raw,:"Roll on Big Ma.. ." 0
Change Plea 460 was backing from a parking Jackson was released on a propertybond. "Do You!:... Fool Aro. 4" V
place in front of LII Champ Store. ""m Caw Love You Back to Loving Mt Alain"
Two inmates received sentence Briggs backed Into a Chevy van WhUaay Chaila""
.' Sept. 14, in Bradford County Circuit driven by Anthony B. Majestic. Jr., Lajuan Elizabeth Whittle. 24, P. O. "..You've Got Tm MIIIII*"
f Court after they changed their plea to Tampa, as he was driving through the Box 24, Starke. was charged with
guilty. unemployment compensation fraud,
Carl Jackson charged with posses- lot.Briggs was charged with improper a felony. ,
sion of a weapon by a state prisoner, backing. Whittle was released on

".,,. was given 2 years to run consecutive recognizance.Don .
with his time being served. Brenda Boyington Fertig 35, Rt. 1
Robert James Goode charged with Box 12E Starke was attempting to Allen Spivey, 36, P. O. Box 375,
possession of a weapon by a state turn onto Orange St. from the middle Starke, was arrested for lewd assault
prisoner was given 6 months also to school road when she struck a vehicle upon a child under 14 years of age at 'J'
run consecutive. driven Nix Jackson- Olin's Trailer Park. ,si )
by Billy Ray ,
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who was On the side of James Tabron, 41, P. O. Box 125 x25&
Marvin Dee Goodman was sentenced the road directing traffic. Hampton turned himself into the Ufttea --
Sept 14, to 2 yrs. Imprisonment to sheriffs office:Tabron was charged Sportsmen Caps

run consecutive with a Duval County Ernest Soloman FSP, with trespassing and aggravated,
e sentence. Raiford driving a '67 Ford pickup assault with a deadly weapon aJ 2.89Orange
Goodman was found guilty of grand and Deborah Yvonne Martin, 27, Rt. 2 felony. J
theft for the burglary of the home of Box 2677, Starke driving a '71 Pinto Bond was set at 2000. 7, Camouflage and FloureecenlKeg .
Myrna Lou Rahn Starke, last March 3W
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: n f 1 Erda''l1 1 Wilson Tl n.''oPaim')1'! -Beach: r.l Tdrb: :'! '$ attendedcoml.Sunday' for twenty rtAfI Drew and
Vince and Holley : 'Douglas .Browne and Miss i Pendarvis
; > Wesley Boy'Btxdts.
sisteniihlaw; no ., Hardy
brothedand \
and Visited her
Son-in-lav f
by Elizabeth Terry Butler, are Foster Kevin .)Wilson, and her" C\I ,, .'C b : l:s l- was very gee t donate these
Phone 782-3300 Mrs. Henry Smith. We Mr. and Mrs. .pann-; Col. and Mrs.Wm. $ gn :$fbooks..J1ft a
happiness there. daughter Wendy of twin sister;'Miss.Errna.Wils n. iuMr pJetK alttnbed'ib W'sathWedding s'clairfaa :tt YilPr j andtfWtl
CHURCH ACTIVITES: her JMethelli' ( eSr: :. .Qt t.
,, Bqdktend
of and Mrs. .iwhile 4nthyraca- Daisy. tlng'oJn
Women's Missionary Meeting Pastor : went to her Ano t.rsaryof Mr.;and Mrs. \ {' f ttle) $
Highland Baptist Church met Tuesday visited their parents, ,' 111ft, Mrs.Nellie Wilkiwoiv get ffresWit: Weir) jCingsley Collect 'Wra.I\ oU.', It1
of: JennifrBoch: at'Ala hua Yauglvan. \ : iri our $ ,
of North Tampa grandaughter
church. Foster Brown, open
night Sept. 15th at afternoon and on Saturday LAkdeptttlnday;,a 4e oQAhff1th !! Mrs. Penda -r'bll
Baptist Church will havean We are happy to report his MotherpfVJrs on Friday !? \ 'r. ?1 "" ; t ken
Highland : 'JfJ:
Old Fashioned Day at the church Futch is improving : am. Mrs. Boch took herto tMZooatr' ; 9. V ,.(efit' i nnk .School; 'I h":".W w'iPw' ettlng
Sunday Sept. 27th. Everybody In health daily:'Continued George Kelly Mr back hornet >lib ; 4i
friends will be Kelly and Mr. and she took Jennie < ... >
t 1 nystyd'entwllod
vited. of of Starke and Mrs Julius Eunice of Starke was a SUnday -! Eagles! 13-OilervO. ehaylnQ:I -JaM!! c$,. '
Ellison, '
Mr. James "
l 1ade
PERSONALS: 'a Punk back 37 t tc ures,J
R.ourk. .ran
Mr. ; Y,
of his parents Mike
dinner ,
Officer Jacksonville went to guest>
and Mrs. Ray visited Petty J ' at First Mrs. Jow Harris and of Jacksonv le'101"'a and Mrs. Harold:Eunice.. ,,. a yards' tot a' touchdown ancjRpbertStarling | (haTirhme; J.WJ ftt gdwSQ.nThCdate
Rosier Saturday night. .Mr. and Mrs. HermieKellyiand! ; ) ran yards"Wr; another will bpannpunc r 's\ ;. ,
13th on
Baptist church on Sunday Sept. day.Mr. ..JackEstea.. attended the; puchdqwn to Iodine l Eagles to a 13.4opening Faculty played .he, stlldenfs. ,1
walk with his and Mrs. Robert and daughter Mrs.> '
and he was able to the :.Oilers.Lenn Friday.+ The facultywon
teacher wirt
Jackson .retired ,game volleyball game
of Bradford-Union
changed Doctors and Labor Day weekend with i Doying,
walker. They andMika RQutleal! the studentswon
and Walton at Kingslej meeting at the School Board Room on. Cfawfprd: three games and
Sundusadee in Starke John Lee of Fort ;
went to Dr. back to the Pastor and Mrs. Sister-in-law Mrs, Thursday. They had,,a covered diah; intercepted to key the EagJe'shutootCorey one game. A good time was had
he will NOT be going forth teamrprb
and then the Business Strong had an interception by all. .. .t /
Hospital in Orange Park next week visited their son and Friday afternoon. luncheon .
that we know of. Sorry of the Mistake Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Dennis Roberts and ,Meeting. !''''YPfll, 9 eddnts"at'' tiawlev= Eleme I ':."' 91kJ FridaY'Eft i a lb\
daughter Jennifer of Hi1 Starke.. visited. thaii t .Men"andJMisy'VatanfPrestottobserved
NOT. Mr. and tary would like to,say) a special ,play balk! < 'II :1 1: I" .
David Wilkinson, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank )-
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Julia Pendarvis ..
at their tne'at'Klngs' 3".Lake "Thank you" to ,,1st. ". A, d
Lawtey. are the proud parents of a a birthday dinner At the and family .on sary hno/ I" "liai W.1U .. .
son, Kyle William, born in Baptist and Mrs. Tom Tatum on Sunday Sept;2Ofh.her a wete aq- .Ju* .lti, 'f,, ew....1ltl. .. ..l'. '111"00 / .

Hospital, in Jacksonville, Sept. 9th. niece Mrs. Barbara and son Mark and proximately 7$ guests pdeketit."theserved f nO .." Community. -.' : un, .m.n.'
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Iris her husband Lieut. Ernie attended the Stock cake and i punrchlhloag"witsandwiches '\ H' ;- ,
Park. Columbia Track in peanuts, mints,, 4nd Pastor' .i
Pendarvis and Paternal grandparents Orange <" 'by Elizabeth Walker ,
are Mr. and Mrs.J.D. Wilkinson Pastor and Mrs. I'u night. potato chips and dip. '.: Phone 964-6683 You are cordially' invited to'share
of Maxville. visited their son and Bill Wolfe of Cape Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman attended with us in a special program entitled' ,
Florida-Georgia Tech. of the Pastor Day' This
weekend with their the Girl Scdut News: 'Brownie Troop Frjend
Hicks, and Mr. Football game in Gainesville ..on 352 BeUlahLennbn'and Barbara Eas- event had been set'ilslde10' climax our
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Shuford and daughter Saturday.Mr. lyV: and Junior Troop 684. 'pastor; Rev. C.'Calvin' Robinson; second
Starling were Leaders ; of(he,Mt. Pisgah
Hall and son and Mrs. Fleam Edith'.Thomas: Mary Strong and year as pastor
spent Sunday Saturday overnight guests of their son Elizabeth Walker Leaders will meet African Methodit'EpUcopal' Church
Mrs. Hester Hicks, and daughter-in-law Mr.- and Mrs. each Wednesday at the R.J.E. School of Starke. The celebration will.'take
and niece Mr. and Frank Starling' and family'. in at';3:30 p.nv''Parents are asked to place Sunday ; .,. ". .
and daughter Bryceville. cooperate with the girls and remind New. Hope Church: family' and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and them,, to please do homework, Friend Day will be celebrated: Sept, 23
Smith attended and their son and daughter-in- 730 Antioch Rev.
F Henry family and attend meetings promptly. -27. Thursday ; p.m.
of Mr. and law Mr. and Mrs: Joey Starling of Parents are asked to donate a little Strong and congregation will conduct
of Jacksonville, Starke. Also Mr.'andMrs, Larry Nor. time'' to' help'and encourage the service. -Servicetwill begin at 7:30p.m.nightly
man went to the Civic Auditorium in Scouts. Committee members' are You are invited to at.
wrestling to report that Mrs. Jacksonville to hear the Inspirations, tend. -
of Maxvllle, of Bryson City,,NC,sing and Mr and needed.Concerned Citizens of Bradford Notice f All Baptist Churches in this
James Waters Is Mrs. Jimmy Davis. Mr, Jimmy The monthly meeting of 'area will be in the Mt: Srani Association -
/ 1a l is the former Governor of Loui- County; Inc.: Fla 'at'the First
m O / County Hospital Davis the Concerned Citizens will be held in Gainesville,
little better. Lets con siana. Monday September 28, in the Baptist' Church. 'The activity wii|'

her. Howard Norman will be a guest of Cafeteria 'of p.J.E. at,,7:30 p.m. All begin with a local' Drogram'Thursda)
I L.H. Harper o( Clyde Prevatt the weekend of.Sept. members are asked to attend. night, 2410>; 27th.. ;
vacation in South will a Friendship
27th. They plan to have a Bar-B-Que Church Activities Dell Chapter sponsor
was a dinner guest of on Sept. 26th and would like. ,for their. Ml. A.M.E. Church will celebrate Tea Sunday October 11, at 3
I 1 Carl Prevatt on friends to come. its annual Women's Day Sunday p.m. at the Greater, Allen Chapel
September 27, beginning with Sunday A.M.E. Church.The public is invited.
Barry Watts went to .Commander is asking all Post
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gallagher; School at 9:30 a.m. Morning Worshipat
Virginia to spend a Deland were Sunday dinner guests of 11 a.m. Rev. Leola Jones will be the Sat Legions' to meet in the annex of
Step-Mother, Mrs4. Mr. and New Bethel Church October 6, at 7:30
4 I 4 their grandson and daughter speaker for the occasion. Also ap
Ellen Henson, and then to Niagara Mrs. Randy Roberts and children. pearing on the program as guest ,p.m. ,
Falls and did a lot of sightseeing Mrs. Debbie Taylor was honored soloist are Sister Elizabeth McClen- Fellowship of Churches: The mon
then to Atlantic City N.J. for a day with a baby shower on Saturday at the don of Southslde Church of God in thly program for the Fellowship of
and then home. home of Mrs. Vicki Crews. Guests Christ of Jacksonville Sister Mella- Churches will be' held Sunday October -

.. were Mrs. Lois Taylor Mrs. Randy jee Groover of Bethel A.M.E. Churchof 27 at the First Born- Church of
.''I Roberts Mrs. Dennis Roberts, Mrs. Callahan and Sister Johnson of the Living God. at 3 p.m. All
Arthur Thornton and her two ,Philadelphia Baptist Church of members are asked to cooperate for

daughters and two unexpected guests Lawtey. You are cordially invited to success.
Dennis and Randy Roberts with their come and share with us in this Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will
AAO children. Mrs. Taylor received some celebration. Immediately after services host a 10 year Anniversary for Rev.
I H NIop4..1 lovely gifts. Refreshments of cake fresh home baked sweet potatoe Willie B. Nelson, Pastor of Mt. Nebo
and punch were served. and apple pies will be on sale. We are Baptist Church. The dinner will be
I Mr.and Mrs. George Kelly Mr. and looking for your presence. Please served at 1 p.m., Sunday, September

I Mrs. Donnie Kelly Mr. and Mrs. come. Rev C. Calvin Robinson ,,27.
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Hampton Hilites .. ..-.., ...............-........... .....", ..-.......--.. .....-....,.-. -....._.... .,j.,............. .... --...t....... II... jZ11. ;.-. .... '_11 .... ........ .........-............ ....... ... thence South 89. 40 come residents of the Owner reserves the right

minutes West. 2.41 feetto I project area that ore lo waive Informalities' : In

Good Fishing. Happy Anniversary a point of beginning.All qualified to the tasks required any bid and to; reject any
by Dolores". Meat CongratulatIonsitazel Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell Mrs. Fred and Mary Lou Peeples lying In Section 22. for .this protect. or all bids, or to readvrUs .

Pl>OM4SSItlSBookmobile Thomas and Jack Waldron .Viola Lefebvre and Paul Lefebvre of celebrated their 23rd Wedding Anniversary Township 6 South. Rang. The requirements ore Award will be made
were married Saturday evening at Arizona enjoyed a fishing trip to on 22 East Bradford County. slated In the information lo the lowest responsibleBidder.
.the home of the bride. Rev. Ray September 21st. Florida.ot for Bidders section of Ih..pecilication. The successful
Cedar Key on Sunday. They were September
21st Terri
Every TueMUy from 12:30 until Williams performed the nuptial We 5 Truett was public outcry to the .. Bidder lo whom the Con.
successful in catch of
: landing a good years old. Kasrla Rush turned
wish much 10, and .best bidder Bidders must certify tract hot been awarded
2:SO p.m. the Bradford .County them bapplneal'Atteatl redfish. flounder and trout Before Jimmy highest
Bookmobile awe /customer( at the Wetting I Long was also 10 years old. for cash at the hour of that they do not and will shall sign the Contract
home and Alan
returning enjoyed a
Post Office parking tot.Settlor Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waosworth and I Rogers celebrated his 14th 12:00 o'clock Noon on not. maintain or provide Agreement Performance
delicious dinner Sea
at the Breese
birthday. .
OUauIThe' family attended the wedding on October 27 1981 ot the for their employees any Bond. and Payment
of their Dona Restaurant there. Paul left for Stacey Paladino celebrated his 12th Bradford County Courthouse facilities that ore Bond ond other required .
Hampton Senior Citizens Club Saturday niece ;Arizona on Monday after spending ten birthday 23rd.
Sept. at Starke, segregated on a basis of certificates insextuplicate
bad an.. attendance of 231 members attbel' Sullivan daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
l. days visiting his mother and family and
Florida dated Seplemr race, color creed or notional return
Bob Sullivan and Ricky Sparkman.The .
I Friday'! meeting. They here Federal the signed documentswithin
16. origin.
celebrated had observed the birthdays 01 members place garden at wedding toe Uambralss was lovely House, taking in- I Visitor -..,... .......... ..... ..... ...... -- George R. Grosse, requirements. tn ((10)) days alter
who birthdays during Among recent visitors of the Paul United States Marshal The Bid Pcopo. ajhAM( th. dot ol' their receipt.
the summer ionthi. Their next St7 Augustine. ,Meng family were Mr. and Mrs. "You never. know what it Middle District ol be made In triplicate' on'" The successful Bidder

meeting will be Friday;. October, 1. in Bobbin Wad worth attended. as David Wanner and Jeffrey of Orlando enough until you know Florida. a Proposal form furnished shall furnitrr'o separate
the City Hall at 2p.m.' bridesmaid for her cousin. She Carlton and Angela Meng of what is more than enough." Robert S. Yerkes. by the Owner and Performance' Bond and

returned home Sunday after spendingthe Jacksonville, and Joyce and Allen William Blake Assistant United Stale submitted to the City of Payment Bond. each of

weekend in St. Augustine. ,Kent of Orange Park.: Attorney. Attorney for Starke.. Florida In a sealed which shall' be an
Plaintiff. envelop. marked amount not less than one

9/24 4tchg 10/15. Proposal for CDBG FY hundred percent of the
L.I I: _... _. .. .._ .. 81 Program". Contract amount and
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shall' file certificates with
CDBG FY 81 Program Proposals shall bedelivered

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, against the estate are Florida:. at the NE corner of Sac- NOTICE OF NOTICE OF ACTION City of Starke' to City Hall. the Owner that he has

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY I required. WITHINO A parcel of land tlon 7. Township 7 South INTENTIONTO BEFORE THE FLORIDA Florida Starke, Florida 32091. obtained and will con'

,lOllIPI,1000n. .J, .,..THREE MONTHS FROM sItuated In Knight Subdivision Range' 22 Eat and run REGISTER BOARD OF NURSING.In Street. Drainage either by a representative tinu to carry sCompensation .
DIvinI0N.L, "--. THE DATE OF .THE FIRST a* par plat :South 0I3'40" West FICTITIOUS : The license to and of the Bidder who Insurance
File Number 81-93-CP PUBLICATION OF THIS thereof recorded In Plat ,'along the Easterly boun- NAME re of Water Improvement shall obtain o receipt Owner Pro

Division NOTICE. to file with the .Book 2. Poge 21 of the ,.. dory ........., 511.98 feetto practice Danette Nursing Wilkins:2110 therefore, or by lection Insurance. Public

IN RE: fSTATf Of LEI .clerk of the above court public record of Bradford an Iron pipe for the Pursuant -Section Raiford Rd., Starke. INVITATIONTO registered mail with and Private liability and.
J. MIltiR. Deceased.. a written statement' of County.. Florida.' Point of Beginning. From 845.09, Florida Florida. BIDDERS return receipt re. Property Damage Insurance

NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION any claim or demand aid parcel being more ,point of beginning thus Statute,. notice I I. Casa No. 0016491. quested.The In adequate
they may have. Each particularly described a* ".deecrlbed continue South hereby given that the The Department of tie. Is hereby given proposal shall b* amount and for the I life,'

TO ALL PERSONS HAV. claim' must be In writing follows: Begin of the SW 0-13-40" West along aid undersigned DON L. Professional Regulationhas that the City of Starke, accompanied by bid of the Contract.

ING CLAIMS, OR and must Indicate the comer of lot 9 Block 23 Easterly boundary 248.12 HILL, Rt. 1. Box 261. filed an administrative Florida. will receive' security in an amount The Contractor shall
DEMANDS AGAINST THI .basic for the claim the of Knight Subdivision! feet to a concrete menumeat. Keystone Height, FL complaint sealed bid In the City not less than five percentof begin work within ten
ABOVE ESTATE AND All name and! oddres of the .and run North 1..IS"r /, thence South 32434 sole owner, do- a of which againstyou Council Chambers City the bid amount. Said days after tho dote of

OTHER PERSONS IN- creditor or hi. agent or East along the Westerly 924'3Tr" West parallel Ing business under the obtained copy by contacting maybe Hall Starke. Florida. security shall be in the written notice, from the
'... line of sold Block and with the Northerly boundary form of a certified checkor Owner to begin work
.TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: .orn.1.and the 23. "firm name of HILL Assistant General 32091. until 3 o'clock on
_____ YOU ARE HERESY amount claimed. If the the Westerly line of of said lot 5. 6. SECURITY SERVICE. Counsel William Furlow. the 15th day of October cashier's check on a The time of completion
NOTIFIED thai' the odfnlnlitratlon I claim I* not yet due. the Block 16 of od Knights and 7, 1335.32 feet to an '1520: S. Walnut St.. 130 N. Monroe St.. 1981 for the Construction solvent national or slot shall b* ISO calendar
of.he date when It will become Subdivision 355.27 fe. Iron pipe located on the ,itarke. Fl; 32091. Intend Tallahassee. Florida of the Streets, bank: or a Bid Bond In days after the expiration
.data, of LEE J. MILLER. I due shall be stated If thence. run South .Easterly boundary of the to' register said 32301.. ((904)) 88.0062. Drainage and Water Im the form provided in 'the date of the aforemntionad .

deceased File Number ,the claim I I. contingent or 744'48" East 130.00 feet .right of way of State fictitious name under If no contact Is mod. provements. Then all Contract Documents' executed ten days notice
81-93-CP. I I. pending In t 'unliquidated the nature to the Westerly right of Road No 200 (US 30l); tha provision of by the bids will be publicly by the Bidder and
the Circuit Court for :I' of the uncertainty shall way line of the Seaboard thence North 90r04" iforesald statute. above you. by concerning October 29, opened, read aloud and a qualified surety The work will be performed .
be Coastline Railroad East along .lost aforesaid payable to the City ofStark. on property own'
Bradford County. stated. the claim I I. Dated this 3rd day of 198.. the matter of the recorded.
Florida. Probate Dlvl-. secured. the ..curll)' thence' 'run SouthI8'IV13" Eo.terlyncfory 265.0 September AD. 1981 ,administrative complaintwill The above construc .. Florida. .d by the City of Stark.
.Ion. tho address of hall be described. The West alone feet to an Iron pipe; In Bradford County be at the lion will be located In the This Bd security shall or on easements" obtaIn.

which'l Is P. O. Drawer B. 'claimant. hall deliver aid, Westerly right of thence South 893820" ;i Florida. 9/03 4tpd 9/24, ensuing' presented meeting of the Northeast area of the CIty serve as a guaranteethat ed by the City of Stark.
Stork. Florida. The per- sufficient copies of the way line 314.91 East parallel with the Board of Nursing in of Slarke. Florida. the Bidder, will not Plans Specifications
the Southeast of Northerly boundary of NOTICE OF an withdraw from the and other Contract
IOnol representative of claim' to'the clerk to corner Informal This project consists of competition
tho estate Is UETHER .enable the clerk to mall I said Block 23; thane run Mid Section 7, 1294.38 INTENTIONTO 9/24 proceeding.10/15. resurfacing ond r ditching after 'the opening Documents or. on file
who... address one copy to each' personal North 89W ", ... along feet to the Point of REGISTER 4tchg on. street approximately of bids and in the and may be examined at

l S.E. 12th Place. I representative.. the South line of Mid ,,'nning. FICTITIOUS UNITED STATES 1510 feet .in event the Contract is the office of the City
I.MOSILY .. Florida. The All person Interested Block 23 a distance of NAME DISTRICT COURT MID. length and the Installation awarded to 'the Bidder Clerk Slark. Florida.
address ef .... In the estate to wham a 136.13 feel to the FOB. at a public auction to the DLE DISTRICT OF of 7.075 L.F. of he will within ten ((10)) ':and ot the office of Bes

personal representative I copy of this Notice of Administration Sold parcel of land containing highest" bidder for cash Pursuant to Section ;FLORIDA. JACKSON. 4-Inch fire main Including days thereafter execute sent Hammock ARuckmon
'* attorney ore cot ha been 1.00 acre.. more at the East front door of 165. 9. Florida Statutes VILLE DIVISION. 6 fir. hydrant the Contract Agreementand Inc Con

forth below.. mailed are required. or less ho .been filed the Bradford County notice I*. hereby given Court No. 80-988-Clv- valves and ap furnish the required suiting and Design
All persons having WITHIN THREE MONTHS against you and you are Courthouse In Starke. that the undersigned.DORA J-WC. purtenances. This pro. Performance Bond and Engineers 2000 Corporate

claim or, demand FROM THE DATE OF THE required to serve a copy Florida during the legalhours G.. WHITEHEAD. UNITED STATES OF ject also Includes as on Payment Bond and insurance Square

against the estate or. FIRST PUBLICATION OF of your written defense' I of sole to-wit: P.O. Box 299. St rk.. AMERICA. Plaintiff vs., alternate, the additional failing which. Boulvord Jacksonville.
required WITHIN THREE THIS NOTICE to file any If any 10 It. on the plain 'b.tweenthehoursofl. Florida. sole owner. doIng BENNIE J. JONES. SR. installation of 2200 L.F. the security' shall Florida 32216 Plans and
MONTHS FROM. THE .obectlon| they .may: tiff attorney' whose a.m. and 2 p.m., more business under the and ELIZABETH V. of 4.Inch fire main In. become the property of Specification may b*
DATE OF THE FIRST have that challenge t....' name and oddres I is particularly at I p.m.. firm name of JONES his wife Defendant cluding on. fir. hydrant the City as liquldol.ddomog.s. purchased from Bessenl
t PUBLICATION OF THIS ,validity of the decedent' George H. Pierce. Esq., same being a 'legal.,.. WHITEHEAD INSURANCE *. valve and op. Hammock & Ruckmrjrt

NOTICE to f llo with the will the qualifications of P.O. Box '1000. Stark., day and the legal hour AGENCY 737 South NOTICE OF SALE purtenances. Th. City The Owner reserves Inc., for tho sum of

clerk. of the above court the personal representative. Florida 32091.. Telephone p of sale." Walnut St., Starke, Notice I I. hereby given reserves the right to the right to require the $30 00 per set. non
a written .... m.nt of or the venue or 944-5701. and file the Dated this 10th day of florida. Intend to that pursuant to a Final award a contract or re- successful Bidder, to file, refundable
any claim "or demand) jurisdiction the court. original' with the clerk of September 1981. register said fictitious Judgm.nt entered on advertise, whichevermay proof of his ability to CITY COUNCIL OF

thoy may havo. Each ALL CLAIMS the above styled court on Gilbert S. Brown Clerk name under the provision September 10 1981 by be in its best Interest properly finance and ex THE
claim mull bo In writing DEMANDS; AND OBJECTIONS or' before October 20 by Marion McRoe of 'aforesaid the above entitled CourtIn .cut* the o'oject CITY OF itARKE

L and mutt' Indicate the NOT SO FILED 1981 otherwise a fudge- Deputy Cleric "O'ut. the above styled This project is to be together with his record FLORIDA

basIc l for the claim. .... WILL BE FOREVER ...... meat may be entered 9117 21chg 9/24 Doted this ISih day of cause, the undersignedUnited financed totally by a of successful completionof '9 24 4tchg 10 IS

-.... name and! address of thaI RED.. against you for the relief IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF September A D. 1981 In States Marshal or Federal grant from the similar projects The
.creditor or his agent or' Dale of the first demanded In the complaint FLORIDA EIGHTH Bradford :;. County, any of his duly authorized Department of Housing

;:";'IIU .nno'' the publication of.the Notice.of or petition. ,.JUDICIAL C.IICUIT'IN Jigroj9/17 ."')ct- /8tZtkeVnd deputies will sell the and Urban Development. .
.inrnoun: claimed. .If the Administration I I. -WITNESS 'rnj fiand'bnct AND FOR BRADFORD property situate In Bradford .,and shall be retvrreoV '
NFIaI'% I. not *-.,.". JtpMr6t 98L" ... ",""o..tftA Caur. .. !L"''I'ClUNTY. !J. County. Florida. ..* TtUD -r&Tct N6 '1ShtHTht
Sep/.mbelr.'T9aI.; .
t date wltet.t It wiIcom. t fi vt T)There.!W'SoIlGft *I Ill .r 4.,1: ,. ( ),t described as: 8.81.DN.12-0316.
:;'ltll. 'itt01"kI.: m.emv 'As PersonalR.presentotlve GIIMf'tSan.w.r CASE NO: 8I-3B3CA 1"lliou.P4dnjW lot 8. DENNY Bidders must comply
.* ,". claim I I.contingent or .Clerk of Sold Court liE The Morrloge of Statute HEIGHTS with the Presidents Executive .
Of the Estate of 9/17 4lchg 10/8 : Notice Is hereby given Commence''at the NW Ord.r Nos. 11244
.;unliquidated tho nature < ALLAN A. GRIFFIN I Save!!
"of the uncertainty hall Shan A Saxon Deceased Husband/Petitioner< that the undersigned' corner of the SW% of the and 11364. which prohibit .
b. elated. If tho claim I I. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT and pursuant to ..h.'Flctltlou. SW/4\ of Section 22. discrimination in

secured the security : J.J. INANDFOR BRADFORD ROBERTA "BOBBY" NameStatute Township 6 South Range employment regardingrace
hall be described. The WOIBERT. JR.. REYNOLDS GRIFFIN.. being Section 22 East. Bradford Coun creed color sex or
claimant *.h.1Idell...., WOIBERT. SAXON'AND FLORIDA. Wife/respondent. 849.09. Florida. Statutes, ty. Florida and run national origin. per ,
sufficient copies of the MIDDLETON. P.O. Box will register' with the North 89 and 40 minutes Federal requirements.Bidders -M-ERR
Cal No.81-264
Clerk of the Circuit Court
claim to the cleric to. 1086. Starke. Florida. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Eo.'. 831.82 feet to a must comply
enable the clerk to mall 3209li Telephone P.HALE. AND EARL L. I' :. ROBERTA "BOBBY" In ond for, Bradford point run South with the Title VI of the r i FAULKNER
on. copy to each per- 964.5200... County Florida, uponreceIpt O*.' 47 minutes West 25 Civil Rights Act of '964.Ih. .
FERENCI. Plaintiff. 3441 '
REYNOLDS. Joan of '
proof .
tonal representative. vsEDGAR feet to point ol beginn David Bacon Act. REALTY
All person Interested 9/17 3tchq 9/24 DeArch. Phoenix of this ing. Continue South 0*. and the Anti-Kickback
the whom H. DUKES.' Anion notice, th.:, fictitiousname 47 minutes West 175 Act and the Contract
In ate lo a Defendant.:
copy of this Notice of A4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICI OF Notified You ore that an Hereby action towltAMERICAN" feet to a point thence Work Hours Standards 3S4-50G5 [g! !

minIstration" ho boon EIGHTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT MORTGAGE.FORECLOSURE for Dissolution of Marriage : LIMITED d/b/a FUNDING THE North 89. 40 minutes Act
mailed are required. OF FLORIDA IN SALE East 60.69 feet. Thence This protect Is subject ,
hoe ben filed MONEY SAVERS r | A'J\
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AND FOR BRADFORD Northeasterly on the arc to th. requirements of
Public notice I I. hereby 'I ,
,against you In the above under which the ,
of a curv.36.l1 feet too Section 3 of the '
given that pursuant to 221 St. Across from Wishbone
action and
styled you or. undersigned' I I. engagedIn Lafayette
FIRST PUBLICATION ()fl' O VII ACTION and In strict accordance point thence North 00. Urban Development
THIS NOTICE. to file any IN RE The Marriage of with the Final required to serve a copyof business In .the City ofStork. 47 minutes East 84.99 Act of 1968. as amended. OFFICE HOURS:
efclectlons they maynave MICHAEL STEVEN TEW Summary your written defenses, .. feel, thence South 89. 12 U.S.C. 170u. which requires Monday Friday 9-1 Saturday 9. 3DON'T
Judgement of If any. 10 It on D. WYATT The parties. Interested '
that challenge the I Husband Petitioner Foreclosure entered In JOHNSON. Attorney for In the above-named t 40 minutes West 89.5 that opportunities MISS this builders home on 2 oc. $ 10.SOO On.
Ire feet. Thence North f1". 47 for training and employment .
i validity of the d<<.den" this cause on September Mu.bondP.tltlon.r.who. business w/Mobile home.2BR .
I. will, ,the qualification of VIRGINIA. DIANE TEW '10. 1981 the undersigned .. address is Post CALIFORNIA are .FUNDING minutes East 75 feet be given lower in- .acre IB FrameS24.900..

the personal r.._ Wife. Resondent a* Clerk of sold Office .
Box 454. INC., General Partner; UlLElScfetKOl FARM. 25 ac Make Offer
tative.. or the venue or NOTICE OF. SUIT, NO Court. will the 2nd '
on Metros*. Florida 32664. GENSTAR '
.10) STORE BUILDING. St. terms
iurlsdictlon of the court. PROPERTY of % Jph Bryan Real Estjaff
day October ,1981.
ALL CLAIMS. TO:.. Virginia Diane T_. tell the ,following on or before the 12th dayof FINANCIAL CORP.. FORSVTHE ROAD 5 oc plus
DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS 544 Brace Ave.. P.rth described real October. 1981, and limited Partner. TWO STORY HOME 8ao'ifullo'. Stork.
property file the
original with
Amboy N.J.. 08844. time Dated at Monlvale. .2 NICE BUILDING LOTS I In Storke.
NOT SO FILED situate In Bradford County Clerk of this 211 IS. TEMPLE A VE.'US'301 .
Court either New
Jersey this Sth day
WILL BE FOREVER BAR- ,. Florida to-wilr ALMOST NEW 2 lit horn on 4 ocr.
RED. NOTIFIED that an action before service on' Peti, of August 1981.SOUTHERN ... OLDER FRAME HOME on beautiful 1 1'/ ac'...

Date of the ,first for Dissolution of Marriage A parcel of land con tioner' attorney or.1m. CALIFORNIA TEN ACRES with BRICK VENEER ham.
publication of the NotIce ho been filed Mining 5.26 acre tying 'mediately thereafter: FUNDING INC.. a* (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q) UNUSUAL DESIGN 3BR home with extra well septic

Of Administration I*' against' you and you ore I In lot 3.4.9 and 6 ol otherwise a Default will William General F.Partner./ by NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS and el.c.
17. 1981.UetherMosley.' required to serve a copy be entered against you Docey 'r..Ident. '
September ; DavIs Brother and NICE COUNTRY HOME on I'/ acres w/mobiU hook.up.
of your written defense Truby's Subdivision according for the relief demandedIn 9/24 964-8788. ANYTIME LARGE Hft4k!- D>lkng! distance to center of Stork.

Personal Representative. If I I.. on the ,plain- to plat recorded the petition. 4tchg 1015.) MONDA Y-FJMDAY 9-5 p.m. SATliKDA Y 9-12 BRICK STUCCO HOME Recently remodalcd. Only
For the Estate of .LEE 1.. tiff attorney, whose In Deed Book E, Page 480 WITNESS my hand and S2S.SOO.
Deceased. name and address) la seal of this Court; on this EVen/ftgt and Sunday by appointment
MILLER of the) public records ef mcbll
I ACRES NEAR LAKE 2 homo sits."
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL George. Pierce Esoj. Bradford County Florida 24lh day'of August. 1981. Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR
REPRESENTATIVE P.O. Drawer 1020. being mnor. 'P9rflcularlyde.ulbed Gilbert S. Brown. .Clerk LARGE COMFORTABLE HOME In town on on ocr. lot.
Starfce. Florida 3201 of Circuit Cowl '. LAND CON. BIK. HOME priced In 301.
B. DALE THOMP follow
: as <<>> :
SON. ESQ. P.O.. So* (904)) 964-5701. end file Commence at a concrete By Beulah M.. Moody r Country Club' lot*$4.000 to $10.000 REDUCED! 3 *cre. NEAR GRAHAM.20 Ac.-pricd right.ANDYMStMBfOAll .

813. Gainesville. F..... the :original'! with the monument located at the Deputy Clerk 5, -*. lost out .. city S.OOO.. owner financed. 2 storefronts and 2 opts.|
clerk of the above court 9/l04tchg '0/1. I .10 ACRE PASTURE pecans 2 bans nice "?m..
32602. Telephone ((904J) NE corner of Section 7.Township ., NEAR LAURA CHURCH I.3S acres S3,000. .
on or' before October 20. BESSENT ROAD-building lots.
377-3133 7 South
!-SR 234 S'.cres loaded with
lflr otherwise. fudgeIWjftl .RENTALINVESTMENT-S.ucco 2 1R.
". 9/l72lpd9/24 be entered 22 Eat" and run South pine could be! 9 lot sub/dlvn 13% financing 20 years .
may 013'40 West along the SIX ACRES w/2R from 529.500.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT agaInst you for the relief Easterly : boundary I22.MO. .130 ACRES PASTURE FISHPONDS. fenced tomi. TERMS
FOR BRADFORD COUH. demanded In lbs corn- thereof 219.0 loot to a 964-5231 IAWTEV AREA-Approx. 2'/. acres "..000 Approx. S EXCELLENT.

TV. FLORIDA. PROBATE '"ptaint or petition, concrete monument at ._ acres 9.000 owner financed.. .9 or I* ACRES.Hwy 301 Shopping cntr tit*.

DIVISION WITNESS my hanl; and the NE corneref lot 9 of lJ US 301 to RR-Wooded 3 to 20 ecre,. $3.000 per A. PULLET FARM.3* Acres CS ham. TERMS.

File Number....CP'. ,September the .... of said. 1981 Court:?:on i"?. .said subdIvision for pointof ., ...., COUNTRY HOME laa.a. .SECLUDED-18 acres In.pine e $22.001I.12% down 20 ONE ACRE Hwy IOCS IS.000. Trms. .<,.....,
:0ivIaIan14342' beginning pointof ROILER FARM Acr Good Income.
lNRESTA1EbSHOl- Gilbert' S. Brown both. *. control.beat I "'.- yeerset 12%. -Vry
D.cons.dNOTICEOF Clerk of sold Court described beginning' North8rsr2O" ithut I. "TI' saUl 301. ... .$...oot: HOMES PRICE REDUCTION.Country Club area. Financing avail
A SAXON run '' ESSENT ROAD 4 I*. 3"t*. Brick .
on one acr
tchg with
.. West parallel '1Fori. O Country privacy city convenience! 54x24 double I
ADMINISTRATION I with the'Northerly boun. t-7700 BulMlna. leN....".".200. wide mobile he_. 3 B.. 2 both, central heet/elr with THREE BEDROQfOCO: horn good neighborhood.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 93 N. Tempi Avenue FIVE. ACRES-Ownr I 11 .
TO .All PERSONS' HAVING EIGHTH JUDICIAL CM-. dory of cold Section .7.' OWNER FINANCED 2 "* built In epplleitce, specious I 1/3 ecres with plenty financing at ,.rc.n.
CLAIMS OR 771.97 feetufat en Iron city let ".300. Build your ef shade trees-owner fineness-price $24.008. CALL ST..Star building, for sole ar lease. ,-_ .-,
UllDING LOT-Wslmorland St .
DEMANO&AGAIM3T THE .AND FOR BRADFORD pipe: thence South *, eew dreem .home. en .3 Sit. 2 beth block with carport end crooned porch I ICHI. -
*> U. furnished homes PRATT .-.
I ST .Ic. homoslt
ABOVE AND-ALL ill O-Ol-40' West 29C.'., Orange St. .
OTHER ESTATE PERSONS, INTERESTED XOUNTV. <., feet thence, South wIth tameS ......el.'..... iaduded. NKEIV LANDSCAPED .. large ....," kitchen with plenty, cabinets, nIce I OVER 400' frontage.Hwy 301 South. 3 lldq Terms
CIVIl ACTION location.
financed "
owner .000.
IN THE ESTATE: B934r2O.*.' .Eot parallel. This 2 .*....m. 2 both I .30% ACRE FARM on Brownl Rd., 3R. 21. Brick.
YOU AE HEREBY ,c.TOWNHOUSE e No 81-399 ENTERPRISES -, with aforesaid Northerly. ..a BE home with 2 acre. *. kerne .... e fenced..In beck .3 BR, 1 both block home with'fireplace corner lot HWY lW-Svrat nice building lots.

NOTIFIED that the ad-' OF FLORIDA, .boundary 770." feet to. ... 4. city ......... -.534,100. owner financed. $27.500. COMMERCIL BLOC.-Con. Ilk Good locotloiv\ >

mi"ist r.110.s..aI4Il# INC.. Plaintiff.WULIAM. aforeMld Eeeterfy boun-' ACREAGE LAKE BROOKLYN I .2 BR frame corner lot. Screened front porch $12.500. PROPERTY available an Crosby and KlngsUy Lak*..
state of Shan.... Savon.deceased. va daryr th.nco. NorthEasterly *A" ...., cheese. acre lot ,end BUSINESS NEW LISTINGS '

.. File Number A. GODWIN ol3.last clang said -.t ,..' need, with beston..521.003.5WORKSNOP .Two Income producing- properties delwllt..... 'Ideal for 3iR. COHtailt HOCK HOME.f 29.SOO.

81-98-CP I.I pending' In AND BEATRICE R. GOO- MvIIdory N." semi .owe. ,.,...... 12% FOR DAD _. Investment smell businesses. Owner will sell .......* .ALMOSTJle >conS-olb', ,
the Circuit Court for. WIN. his wHe. LARRY C, feet to; the) Point. of, ....-.. This 3 bedroom.: 1% beth end ttitencet "'.000 for.both.Formerly TERMS AVAILAILE. From In town Disc for cash.

Bradford County Florida' GREEN AND BETTY' J. Beginning.Alsoi I.acre:. trailer with lakeCse5IA cense with a work shop.Meal .BROWNLEE ST..Co..morclallld.! Good Term.
Restaurant US 301 South .. .
Probate Division, the ad- lewtey.Apprex.
dres of which to N..Tem. .IN. hit wife, defen A parcel of land; containing ., for that. 3408... ft. Including. opt. with LR. I BR. end beth. WALK INTO THIS income producing day care center.
*( or 18 ecre free In the ka $25303. CROSBY CANAL-Quit .,at. Terms
7." mere dyme CH/A 3 rest room. 440 ft. UO 301. of
pie Avenue. ,I..r'..' NOTICE OP SUIT acres. heart of Straw berry Country. FINAIKEbL en Plenty perVlnaspace. .BAVLSSS HIGHWAT-IO acres wooded. '
Florida 32091. The per.soitol PROPERTY ar lose, lying .In lot S. 6.. OWNS $118.008. '
And 7 of Dovl Brother' This 3 Bedroom I both ha* IMMACUIATE-3I. 1'... Can. Ilk
r.r.senfativo of TO WILLIAM: GODWIN -. Four furnished' rental unit (could be kerne end 3
and Truby' Subdivision *1.41 acre ecres from beee completely r.lotoe4. GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE lovely acre lot
the ..ta.I..ther..W. .. ,
'Savon whose" address I is GODWIN end BEATRICI, ',. his, a* "por plat- ,.thereof. weWe .... ......... Mew point Jell! ft new rentals 145.000.). Prospective rental. Income eeprex. $450 men.WE with Mobil. Home between Stark* end Ik. fuller.DOUBLE .

: P.O.BOM .104..Start wife-tARRY C GREEN.. recorded In Deed Book '. FOR SALE cerpet.. ...4' : Florida 33091. The name ANO BITTY J. GREEN his ,... 480 'ef the. puttie *4 M. 9 Complete Bet... HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CAll US FOR All YOUR REAL

.and .ddree 01 Is1 '"'", wife. Address unknown. record of,.Bradford, Items with 2 -. US' en Terry A. Oelnes- ..."..$ ESTATE NEEDS. ; For Rent
onol representative'* YOU ARE HERESY County. Flortde.: soldMeularty hi-. Key C.Weter*-944-4941 AFTER HOURS Property Management Services'

attorney are' set. Jertfibelow. NOTIFIED that sit anion porcef belo0. Mwr. pass. I"...,.....&...... Celt, Neon.$.1'-n1oy-4n. LNlle C. Pearson DevldDyel NovlsWrd Appraisals
'I, < ? .'S lnv.dqe. e Mot.... feowss *tecrU. >.ed, as'. VernieOdMsi.. Broker Petsy Lewse*-V444CTCenser Breker/Selesmant Associate Breker/Selesmen Susan M.'Foulkner-Rf AITOR.944-5041

All. ,i.rijiti having; the following properly hi Commence at a con CmP1w..e944.47o. of U.S. 381 South Office Manager ....1221 944-74S4 Irene Faulkner REALTOR-ASSOCIATE-Y44-S142

claim! or demand ,Bradford aunty. crete monument, located ,... KeHy. Aseclee sad..wereRei! __ 44-Ulf_ -- Lucille Spry.BROKER SAIESMAN-144-I420

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'Poage 88 ntf'mber2". 1981'' t., 1\1' .(::1 '.. i, .1. ,.,'q 'i ....,1- ;" _._. __ _ _

: It ; ; : ',Jaarv itll.i: Fred.fW Stanberry. .' ruilton Qypty, """I t1' 'season.T. : eluding the area lakeward .State\
.i OUTDOORCORNER ".: tJ (, rectr'bf1thftni"lsi( lf'Of.WIl lIfe for St8nberral''.'!lsalq.:} ; : 1eia1Wildlife Stanberry Bald hunters should Road 78 between the Kissimmee

: Area win check with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife '
the Commission. j l Management be River and the. intersection! the
: Opened: $J1 five day of the special opened t', &.and"3& during Service concerning requirements for Hoover Dike and State Road 76,'))near

Ross now faces J8es- J J1ua.liarvest willTba harts :'ol sthe.Evergla&ea the special tiunt; $
J Poacher Can't'Hide" sion of the gator,charges which i. a first L:; Wildlife] faanajgtem'entArea betw ,Q.Jme-haJtbou.r before sunrise .federal lands. Steel shot is required in .all.. gauge

degree misemeanor carries fine in Bt ward and Dade counUes to noon. 'On the Hidkory Mound Impoundment Persons utilizing& wildlife management shotguns while hunting waterfowl 1 on
-I 'Gator of up to 91,000 and one year in jail. His (only'Conservation Area..VandCOn- of the. Aucilla Wildlife area lands opened for the all federal wildlife refuges ,f ff k

court date is'Sept 28. If'evidence oft: tservallon>Are&M.. utb ,oftAJligator: Management r a the .Jaklna .of special hunt are reminded to purchase ..' ..

I killing the gator is brought forth Ross Alley) and the Upper St. Johns River ducks is allowed only on September a state wildlife managementarea ..- ,. ..,
AIoca1manIotwaUtroPhYafldmay could face stiffer Type.;, ;U' (Wildlife Management .in 26, 28 and 30 andishootlng hours are permit
face a stiff fine and/or imprison- felony-charges. Brevard and Indian River counties. one-half hour before; sum: le to noon. Steel shot requirements are in effect : .. I

ment when the hide of a 10-foot Special Duck Huntto "The shooting,.hours will be the "These areas are opened becausethe during the special five-day '" \
alligator was found hanging in his same on these two management'areas waterfowl population Justifies the .$season. Steel shot must belied in 12 <

I barn recently. Begin Sept.26TallahasseeThe 'as applied throughout the state special hunt,, said Stanberry. He gauge shotguns in that I portion of September 26 Set As j

Wildlife enforcement officer Jim Game and Fresh during the special) five-day season also added some' "wildlife 'management Brevard County lying east of Interstate National Hunting' "' /!

-'' Ponder and Bradford County Deputy ; and that-is from one-half hour before areas are currently open to the 95; Osceola, Broward and ,
Water Fish
Commission And
1 Glen Moore found the alligator hide reminds hunters that again state- sunrise to sunset: Stanberry said., archery season and hotguns. .are prohibited -' Dade counties; and Leon County Fishing Day', :
hanging in a barn behind the house of therefore duct (exclusive of Lake and the
He said the other.two state wildlife no : hunting Talquin Tallahassee-Governor Bob Graham
wide duck aimed
Jack Lee Roes of Rt. 3, fiox 805, for the harvesting season, of teal and primarily wood management areas which will be will be allowed'during the' special Ochlockonee River). ''- 'has- signed proclamation recogniz-

""Starke, and-tried to'sene a warrant duck will be held in Florida from opened for limited hunting during; the season. ., Also, Lake Miccosukee in Leon and ing Florida'. participation- (National -
-"" for Ross' arrest on charges of will be The limit during'.sPecial. ,Jefferson counties Lake and
the bag Orange
September 26 to 30. special five-day season ; Hunting and Fishing .Day on
violating the Alligator Act that pro- "While the season is set state-wide Hickory Mound Impoundment of the duck harvest ,is,set at four, ,one of Lochloosa Lake in Alachua County September 26. ,
hibits killing of the reptiles. Rosscouldn't Aucilla Wildlife Management Area in which may be a species other than and Lake Okeechobee (all areas
only four of the state's wildlife
be found for a week but finally will be Taylor County and also the Occiden- teal or wood duck. No coots :will be located lakeward to the main levee ,
Ponder caught up with him after management areas opened allowed be taken Lake Okeechobee and in- -
the special Florida duck tat- Wildlife Management Area!: in to during the special surrounding
house. during
I staking out the J .. ,

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LAKE LOT on sand bottomed HOTPOINT. RANGE: White, MOBILE HOME In Lake
lake in Hillcrest. $800 40 electric.Good INSIDE GARAGE SALE Inch condition up.
CARPENTER. WORKi 1978 DATSUN 510 S/W low 'SBH' 2BA HOMI In Silver assumable VA BLISSFUL PRIVACY on
down. $146.44 per month. $75. 473-3437. 9/24 Womens clothes, sz. 14: Phone 473.2879..tfnchg 7/2 garage ,
Phone 473-4058 or 2tchg 10/01 Christmas decorations: kit Remodeling work kitchen mileage'on. owner $3.901 0 1BR 2BA HOME-CH/A. $35O Ridge overlooking Silver loan $58.000. Keystone Carlton Lake 3 BR.'1 BA.
cabinets and trimcarpenter. call, 473.2174. Lake. Two miles to Realty Realtor mobile home, 21. x 12
473-4367 after 6 p.m. LIKE NEW GE refrigerator ch.n Hems; book.: Reasonable 2lchg 9/11<' per month Lake' access. Heights '
tfnchg 7/30 $125; apartment site dec shelves; linen; lamp; much \ 1976 TOYOTA COROLLA k 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 Keystone schools on coun. 4734961. storage A laundry bldg.,
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- trie $45, portable more. Moving Priced to prices. Call Ed Dempsey at UOORuns good. rellobl> FURNISHED 2BR BA on Lake ty owned roads. $41,000. GREAT FISHING on Goodson I-car garage ,132 ft. on

Keystone Heights' owner washer range Ideal' for camperor Sell. Call evenings and ,473.2477 7/2 after 6 p.m. transportation. Mutt sell'1 .Geneva.. $285 per month. 11 3/4%' mortgage. Prairie Lake, mobile home lake $28BOO. I Keystone
financed 10 weekends, 473-2735. 1 tfnchg :J76.0078lfnchg 6/18 lot In private locked gate Heights Realty. Realtor
percent Interest. .student $45. Call tchg CARPENTRY. AND $1.500 call 475-1691 Keystone Heights' Realty -
Lots on clear sand 904. 75.2449 or 4751488. SAT.. SEPT. 26 ONLY 8 am MASONARY WORK build 170 V.W. BEATLENew tires,, Realtor. 4734961.. tfnchg CUTE 2BR SMITH LAKE development.Well septic, 4734961.
bottomed lake priced to 9/24 3tchg 10/08 til! 12 noon. Immoklee radlo-8 track trailer hitch, JBR DUPLEXNew. 'duplex' AREAt 14 Beautiful large power pole. Owner financIng LIKE COUNTRY UVINC'Enjoy
patios additions, wooded lot. A/C and heat. 14500. I KeystoneHeights living In this 3Br. I bath.
sell from 9900. One to Road. Grand
TWIN SLEEP SET: Latex foam piano; twin and tile work. good condo $1.200 475-1839 downtown Keystone
Appliances, Realty Realtor mobilehome nice lot with
five acres overlooking lake b.d. rockers nltestand, carpets ,
mattress, box springs, ; ; Heights, close to shopping
Also painting. Free 17 JEEP TRUCK. 4-wheel I I
assumable 4734961. 132 Carlton 21x12
drapes mortgage on lake
(access available) with frame on rollers, colonial cut glass vote; milk glosssnack estimates. Phone 473-4473 drive walk to school. Kitchen
nice trees from 3500. bookcase headboard. Excellent trays; china; canning automatic Quadrl-I equipped large ''walk-In of 9 3/4 per cent. FOUR LAKES COM. laundry room and .'storage
during day. 86HVPNOSISopenlng '
$500 down, $50 a month. condition $100. jars: table saw; tiller; tfnchg Trak. Must tell. 2850. Call closets, central .air and Call owner, 473-2735. MUNITYNear the new building. '1 car garage..
Commercial frontage-- shredder, ladder and practiceof 75-1781..lIchg 9/24 2tchg 9/17 to 9/24 Georgia Pacific plant. A $28.800
473-2452. 9/24 2tchg 10/01 Mark David Wise. B.A.. heat All electric quiet
Investment opportunity. METAL SOCIAL SECURITY more. 4734782. Itpd 9/24 Now offering services for neighborhood. '$283 COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE big one and a half acre lot. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

SR-21N. Owner-salesman. CARDS large selection SAT.. SEPT. 26s 9:30: am til prescription hypnosis' for MISCELLANEOUSSINGO..AMEIICAh month with lyr. lease. On Opal lake, 2 br. 1 bath established lawn beutiful REAITV.

4734375. tfnchg 8/6 $5.00 ea. Vic Prentice Box 4:00 pm. Swan lake Dr.Signs traddltlonal and individual Available 10/1. Phone masonry home. brick fireplace trees, right In the middle REALTORS-473-4961

AKC DOBERMANS-Top 452. Old Town, Florida posted. Variety of applications (smoking I 473-2209 4tchg 9/10 to In large living room. of 4 lakes Mobile homes Itchg 9/24

quality only. You are invited 32680. Call 9045427430. Items. Westmoreland. weight control doctor LEGION. HALL SR.21. 3 II. 2 BA MOBILE HOMEs fenced In yard. whit. sand are o.k., owner financing

to viiit our kennels. Itchg 9/24 4751482. Itpd 9/24 referral, stress reduction Saturday, 7 p.m. Public invited Furnished with A/C. Hwy. beach. Just reduced to available.. Keystone

4751228. ROYAL DOUITON PICTURE: THREE FAMILY GARAGE etc.) Please' call Calnsville, tfnchg 8/6 18. 4 mi. out of Keystone. $59,500 with assumable Heights Realty Realtor'
WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN "The Poacher" 1954. SALE Sat.. Sept. 26 ((9-5)) 376-3545. for appointment. OVI.IATI.SANQNYMOUS..Ar. $50 deposit. $200 mortgage. VA Loan 4734961.IN .

I tfnchg 712'Io.ACRE Perfect condition. Call and Sun., Sept. 27 ((10-5)). UNWANTED HAIR you month. Call '73. 507. per Keystone Heights Realty MOVE IN CONDITIONon

LOTS for sole from eves or weekends, Dove Street. Look for sign. DESTROYED FOREVER I addicted to food? Is your FURNISHED COTTAGE1 Realtor 473-4961. Bedford lake, completely
$2,995. Restricted with 4732735. Itchg 9/24 4732674. tpd 9/24 weight' effecting the way UNIQUE SPLIT. furnished 3 BR. I
Why settle for ? bedroom, 1 bath. furnished
lake acc.... 377-2803. PACE ARROW MOBILE I I I MOVING SALE 71/2 hp Call for temporary you live your life? Call Little Lake- LEVELSpaclous home with BA. large living room with ; GENE REESE
appointment cottage on
I tfnchg 618FLOTE.SOATI HOME 27 ft.. power packed Sears outboard; girls 4737033. EI.c.traly. O.E.A. No dues, no fees, Geneva $225 month. 1670 sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 BA large fireplace. 60000. REALTYGENE

.J ; 24 foot Harris 38.000 actual miles. 3-speed bike, 10x12 ft. .'.. 490 Amy's LawrenceBlvd. no welgh-lns.' Open Keystone Heights' per Realty livingroom with 8X4 Bay Keystone Heights Realty

brand with 60 hp Johnson. Top notch condition. Bob blue rug; natural open- .. Keystone. 9/24 tin meeting Tu.sday nights at Realtor 473-4961 tfnchg window.' Kitchen equip- Realtor 473. 961. REESE, REALTOR

Good condition. 2800. Coy. 904-698-2678. Itpd weave rap... 475.I 204. EXPERT 7.30: p.m. at St. Anne's ADULTS ONLY 2 BR. 1 BA. ped. 3X6 pantry den 2 car
Call 1-7860014. llpd t 9/24 9/24 - ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE
referrences, ..atl.factionguoranl..d. Located In of -
city KeystoneHeights. __
I FLUTE: Excellent Getten families. Bargains. Frl.. Keystone Heights.' For Information I IRedfearn' 3
Call 47S-28S4 $195.00 < BR 2 BA Custom built
deluxe w/case and books. Sat. S Sun. 9 til 5 per mo. Huntley
I am pm. before 8 a.m. or after 7 or emergency Keystone Heights Realty STEVE BROADWAY cedar home overlooking
best offer. Call AdsGetResuith )
$200 or Classified' Bakers Rd. off SR-214. help' call 473-2790 or i
YARD Realtor 473-4961. 9/24 tin lake Geneva. Assumable. .
Jackie. Follow WORK mowing.
473-4472days llpd signs. Itpd 9/24 964-8587. tfnchg 8/27 TREE SERVICE
AND BOARD for B'/i% $43,300
9/24 I ND, OF MOVING SALE: Frl.. plus cypressand BINGO -We will be starting congenial I mortgage
UPRIGHT FREEZER: $150 orbest Sat. A Sun.. Sept. 25. 26 & custom sawing. Will October 18 Sunday afternoon person in private I* Removal 60000.:
mobile 4794340or
offer. Good condition. 27. Misc. Items. EverythingMust trade labor or materials Bingo from 2-5 at home on lake AFFO.DAaLICu.tom

473.4735. 9/24 Itchg 10/01 Col Immoklee Rd. for answering service. the American Legion pm Hall Geneva.. Everything included Trimming built MH .,, Vecre
and Andr.w Rd., 9 til 473-1720 or '75.I 270.1 IchQ McDonald's. Hwy. 100. shaded let.
am 5 SR-21.9/243tchg 10/08 4732722. 9/24 2tchg ( 471-4112 *. Free Estimate 2 BR, 2 BA.
Owner will finance
GOOD QUALITY 2 C 3 Repairs Of Molar|
25% down. $19.800.

I -Union Ads Central bedroom heat mobile and air homes.; fully Electric Appliance 473-4732 WHITE SANDS LAKE

County Bradford SIR IBA
furnished on Lake Serving Clay After 5 P.M. Frame cottage en
.iUV.tI ,
":> ,
Geneva. Hwy. lOCh Counties beautiful tree.shaded. let.
.\ <,,I-...'-' .-_ "' \ : -':; -'I I1..I:t \j'' tk -- ,VtchOLci's "47322uEt ,.; .KtJSl fl Whitesend. '
PERSONALSERVICES { & ..... f( ".' .....:. .. :; ".''ch.
Q.R ': "
\ :
oubtW'rodJ1l" $47.000..L.:
xc )" with S----- _rrwmrmwn r
'adjoining bathroomand
..1f .-0.1. :::: .:: :::: ENERGY EFFICIENT
: FREE ENGLISH shower. Fully furnished Walk la Keystone
IVYi Chinese
RUST VALOUR SOFA-.tov Everything included.Separate Church of Christat
CUSTOM and Overseas Tallow, River Birch, Bloom- cost 3BR ISA with fireplace.Next .
seat, $1,200 9 month
Babysitting DR AP Great In. Ing size loblolly Bay Trees entrance In winter's firewood .
Keystone Heights
ago. now $400 Color TV private mobile home
Call on
Monday thru Friday. ...' Dept. 8629. $5.and Cocos Blooming Australls Palm...Iz.Joru.ol.m $175 Dinette Set $95. Double Lake Geneva. Hwy. 100. .NM-DwMilMllM.$ Clmrck: .f The First Century.. Act 2:47: Assumable 9% VA
Snacks and hot lunch. ref undabl.. bed $60, Twin Bed $40. McDonald's, 473-2722. Where the mortgage.
Thorn' is and
Tress gospel preached obeyed
Well fenced Queen Bed like new $125, 9/24 2tchg 10/01 TREE SHADED
". $10. Contrary Mary'sGarden "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel
washer and
matching OFFICI SPACE for rent. 470 AND QUIET
Ask for Part.Tim.
yard. : at
496-3923. Evelyn .,. America's LaCrosse,, phone SR 462-1561 121 in, dryer used one year $300, Lawrence Blvd. KeystoneHeights. he who believes and is baptized will be saved." Huge live oaks on % acre

prises. Antique white bedroom 473.. 72. Jackie. Mark 18 IS 16 residential
dictionary com closed Sunday and Mon. : lot In Seminole
5/I/ .home warmers day. Itchg 9/24. suite, $400. Frost free side NOW BUILDING I LEASING Ev.ngellslRobertff. (Bob) Bell 475-2813 Ridge. Near Melrose Ac.c. .

Mike McNabb WILL local mailing 1977 CHEVROLET PICK.UP. 1 by side refrigerator $300 approximately' 1.000 sq. ft. 473-3316 ... to Santa Fe lake..
ages, experience ton, 350 wood dresser with mirror across road on Hwy 21 $6.000.
TANKS: automatic excellent (
Roof RepairsSky pump Call condition twin $85 chest $55. Phon and Hwy. 100 near new Sunday Services .. . . .lOam, 11 am, 6 pm

Lightsinsialed dirt. Ext. 6005. tanks, sliding rear WlnVi "" ,752-7961 Providence.' Itch post office In Keystone Mid-week Thursday. .. ,.''. .. . . ...7 pm Office .73.7076
,. /,244WASHER. ,.
Jones dow. Reduced to $2,500V 1 Heights.' Fagan. Masonic Lodge Building, Keystone Eve-Jim Brady
Gutters 473-2471
Installed & $mDryer $95 9/24 4tchg 10/15 ,
1967 Ford
Pick-up 300, 6
a m. 917.'A
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Mobile Home Roofs REAL ESTATE: Broyhill Queen b.droom.ult.
TFN. cyl. speed 4 wheel
RepairedAluminum CUSTOM Apply In per drive, hunting used six month
S. Usher Real $70O newly upholstered I Starke Ads. innt'dHOMES I.:
Roof Coating Call Jo. 360 W. to 1500. Excellent Early American sofa and -
-- - - - -
'Installed 496-2903. Lake Butler Fl. mechanical condi choir $300. never used .. --7
I Will NOT tion. 1976 Chevy 1/2 ton. 6
sofa love seat and chair
CuaUty Workmanship for debts cyl., automatic. :IS I.BOO, $60O. Waveless Flotation HOMES CARS & COMMERCIAL

al fair prices own Phone 4963819. TFN 9/24; water bed queen size* PROPERTY
4tchg / SALE 1973 CHEVY 2 ton truck with oak headboard cost TRUCKSl
., .
496-3819 w/20 foot covered body. "'
over $500 now $300. apartment
twin co''. BRADFORD '
o good tires excellent MINI
: English PICKUP' 6cyl.,
INSURANCE SPECIAL: condition. $7.000. year old $125, I King sized Strawberry Acres JBR, New home for sale. Also 3-speed on column. AM. WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX
Call C. Green at 496.94Fl.ltpcl for .0''..
50 cents, Vilex 9/24. bedroom suit. $400. 2BA. *.2B acres, fenced 'quality built homes $22 radio; radial tires. 25 80 pd.owner .

MAINES CYl I6CTS.INSURANCE Lake Av.AGEN., lake TWO I. In gallon 1971 CHEVROLET: tong Phone vldence. 7S27961 Itchg 9/24. Pro tacked...pands.......54000..... per sq. ft. built on your lot mpg.. 30.000mlIes, $4,000. at 11 I pet.financing I I1/, acres available with
Sale ends Sat.. ours/ Adam. Can be
HOME or 4 Hall seen at Cardin
Butler. 496-3978. Compl.I.Ifliufance wheel base with camper lawteyi 3 BR, 1 blk. from room for expansion. Phon.awn.r. .
Contrary Mary's 473-2056 Bros.. US-301 .
Service. TFN nished top. 1195. Phone school' thady.$26.000. or 473-2128. 6/4 $ Starke.9646750or4682017. 4732735. 9/24 tfn
$160 a SR 121 In 496,3754 for rnore Informa. Reduced 22000. TFchg. Itchg RETAIL BUSINESS for sale or

WANTED deposit Phone 4621561. lion. Itchg 9/24.1" 1x2Sounds ..**..*....... CUSTOM HOMES now 9/24 lease. For details phon.
and Mon. 1977 DODGE
pets. und.r'construction !
964-7189. 9/24.
9/24 Extra nice,1' 3BR home.Lawley Itchg
TFN 10/1.10/8. Good condition.
p.m. overlooking $1600.
Starke Country SHOP FOR SALE
26000. Owner OR RENT
9648344. 9/24
ClassifiedGetResultsl ln.| Submit tar", ..' Club.' Adams and Hall 1800 sq feet carpet, air
Will pay cash (for your used I IVINUA BROWN TIFFIN 8 OWENS 'INC. ............. Builders. Phone 473-2056 1977 FORD VAN Customized heat. 108 E'Call Sr. CAll
mobile home. Powell. .
Ray HkB multiplication 4-coptaln choirs.carpet I
.,..3022" _IMtOM Award Winning newly or 479-2128. 6/4 TFchg. 964.7189 1 or CJ64.S648..IIchg
4963377. TFN 4/16. .
A/C.P/S., Excellent
Sandy Hasen Union Co. BroochOffice' Ads : ? Guess again. It's': remodeled home en Hwy. NEW HOMEs see If you 9/24 '
condition. Best offer
REALESTATE ,, '496-399. ... IJ newspaper' talk for' a 1001. Must see)'la ap qualify' Interest rate 8 percent $5.000 964-7138.. 9/24 over I

IAft..-"I.) 496-3022 2 preciate. Screened perches 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 2tchg 10/01. : WANTED
one column inch
Gerrl Lennon *.. >.. So. ,... is''.. suilM. n. by front B back utility Keystone ,Club Estates. 1979 FORD FIESTA Great
4M-JI40 I .,q1 ad. Too small !to bi et*. rm-workshop. c....' H/A Call. Affordable Homes radio
mpg 4-ipeed. GOOD .
LOOKING FOR a special I fectlve? You're, range. refrlg.. $43.000. 964-9533. 3t 9/17-10/1 PRICES PAID for used
reading .!"..'!...... strips. Good condition.. mobile homes If
piece of If I I .CONVENIENT Starke mortgages
property 3100. Call 964-5580 after
don't have I It, I'll find It-Just U Doublewlde xcollent condition. Furnished this onel > I luper. Bargain:3BR, 2Ba en. By owner. 4 BR houseat S p.m. MOBILE 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S
3 let In Sauthgete HOME. SALES.
ask---.JANE S. USHER .
727 Cypress St., 6 blocks
REALTOR 496-2126 or custom built. Beautiful on* acre'lot.4anJ.. 'Id':'I w/U'x2: screened patio, 964.5606.' Open 7" days
west of US 301 and I block
496-2903( .'10... "Your scaped, has fruit tr.e.. Good forr.ntatin.vestment utility bldg, Price Inc. patio 'north'of SR 100. Call Andrea i' weekly.TFchqWISuv _. .,
Union County' Realtor tfn urn., misc.. low tools, .JANP. ; AXLES'A:\TIMS, w
I highway frontage) on SR-t2l. Wor- riding .lawn-mower' : ) Stockbrldge, axlesf 4 tires $13900.
thlngton Springs. Ownor washer I.*"!.9a4aaSIJi24 3tchg ?' Del. to Olin.
financed. I 14 dryer ...".:> MH. Hw'). 100
B3 bedroom IV bath range-$59,000. 10/08 '_ W Starke. 9645606. TFchg
; AAA very clean and well ... ....... :
M ACRES: : 3 bedroom WANTED, Used tool.. :bath
: REAL ESTATE car.d for In city limits. Chain link 'fenced 3a...' $*;'/:'JpanUh.f style home. 2-garage, large i ACREAGE '.. "Mechanic' bnd carpenters.:
: AGENCYPh. backyard. Specially pice kltc !1!.. j It. REALTOR home an spacious .Iot.InStarke. metal barn $25OOO cash. 2.27 ecres heavily weeded] Phone '964.8331. or

752-0977 UNION COUNTY Properties $32. oo.r.'M-WL'( 1 r 'S39.000 assumable mortgage. $6500. Cash or Sub. Terms. .468-1551.9/11 tnchg I,

: Thank for excellent W. are proud to announce the association" ,.,, ,That Are OWNER FINANCED!, ,. .. "....I'* .. : '9 5 Paymentsr$336 I .*.....*.*.*. WANTED Mobile Home A*. I
you your : In Country,!Oi E jl IICr.I lot.3 100'.IA les.' Paying the best
month. Call 964-7581 Lot-Se.OOO. price
per Hwy
f response to my ad. I have G.rrl Lennon with our lake... Butler Of ftc.. HOMES BR 1 ..BA I partially: ,.M..... altef'J.OOp.m.",, : I tpel 9/2. | ............. for good condition 1t..1... I
: extended"thlt. service far itklt Home .m tewn.j '. plated A:.freme ...... .with I., : *3 BR, 2BA. 1+ country Clvb-Hwy.230 2.3
one more w..k befere ocr. In town. ; stacked eoitd,.IT.OW,. .. WANT" TO BUVi. used I
: advertising In the ,.. If *1 BR/J BA Lakevlew In Town. ./? : CARS |Ac. Zoned CIA 20000.
pap. '. Janet M. Starling ........... typewriters ,and adding
you missed befere please *1 ....1 Acre Out of Town. '' < machine I.
Must be
.... High Cost of Living Got You Down? 4 BR with .. Realtor 7t2.191]; ,. i TRUCKS 114.04 Acre. Shady.'Own.: In
i give e call e. ''' ''1'. *. ..dltlallat In town.. ( I IJ. > working condition.'
'-J. Michael B.Cei'ney
v' Avell.. 9% $2E.100e..Iaree
; have ." hwtory'of theest 'ACREAGE' Assee.i96 1 ' *4 Acre*j SR-237 i it' A/C. stereo... $4400. HOM-A.,.. with
> heroes and. property InUnion '*S Acres,Off SR-IJ1. *40 Acre*.Off SR-241J Call 964.6020 or.964-M23V. 110 'Acrest large barn. tlr... Will pay $125, Phone
County many with LAKE (stocked pond 23000. '
APARTMENTSNow *(-29Acreslre.beiwek. *6% Acres.OfHRUlli 7/30 tin 964.5007. 9/3'12tjchg
wn.r financing. Call me far 'I IR HOMEs |$3500 dn. .._.... ... 11/19.
in appointment wltlloutbll.atl. taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR ,"to-I.*"t '-*'? *MiVaM004- Acre ei S..lc2' (Work shop. 17)1) .DATSUN. 184 ItCuslomlied. "" ........... -h 'NICE HOME '. 1.
"h-b trailer
barns for
Acre. lI .
Off sa.2H.A. i'i' ok.up. on #40.000 miles. rnale,
.". August !'These .* I00.1S4 ;\ 9 ittes ) IOlft fdlV 16 Acrest Well power pale.. beagle.. .Mutt give
; occupancy. all electric Acres Off ".Iao., Ic I ljf, Call Many extras. Best offer. away as
Notary Service 100-300 Acres 9648350. Coil .....6020 |IO,200.. SCIOn as possible.\ Excellent
.far Union. c.v"".* units are spacious, with lots of closet COMMERCIAL Off' 1I.lao. ; /24 $48.500. Itchg !130 If,,' or- 964-U23.;I : ........... health shots 'up M '/Ia,..

John ......,...Jr. space, and all have wall-to-wall.carpet. *Grocery Store. GerStatfon. on 2 Acres. ''i':'i: FOR SALE $18.000. Near ,"T-f.NOVAi; 2-door, 6cyl.' lie Acres lg.< pine.. ,CoW' 964.e702 Oflytjm..

Realtor Associate' ing drapes and kitchen !iance Trolley' t ( town and church. Automatic Irons.,' I$21.000.:! ltpd9/24 I
..,on L SHiifts! ( FocJitl.s! a" S.241iw.. .I SI| .St. power ..... REPAIR WORK '
496-34I4_ _ site laundry facilities. Rental assistancefor ]*n Iull4Ing 38 V5n .ocro. S1431., \ .".*&;..111I11.Si.i JJRA-1.. BA- frame .steering,, 1700. Call. : ..4' Will do
; FOR I Pit wW home. Pha....., ._.r' 964IJ503.27 tfn.VW I lewtey-I ec. well., s.,tic.Iffll general repairs.. Carp....

NE10SCall ALL YOU V.REAL n.ra ISTATI Brown qualified applicants. r -" p IIJrsUSH; Ri ; :;, I ;(%4'76.1i'cg "'24 :.' bi., CXUMBUOOYi.Rail type I'' I ."house, dog pen.:lendseeped ,try.Call. 'roof 7823669.Ing Ond 9/24 painting.!

496-3022 or Sandy Hoien For applications and information; \i 4LVIA; +d: 4'or 496.2903 : : ;"' HOUSE.WANTED Will pay witfi/ t tow'J Needs bars; 60 brake hp | S4000.T, t ".10101 24clg I
496.3994 eves. Tiffin, please n up to $20.00p o Janet M.\, Starlln'9 I HOUSE WANTED
and I see us at 1005 SW.6th St.,.Lake "of ._rle. $500 FIRM Call Wilt pay
.T Owens. Inc. Realtors Rl. 2 'Butler Florida 32054 Call 496-3141 W.Moln. .Stj!,:,kfut.Lf'fv house and one"la" three! 468-2707. 9/17 2tpd ./24 ,.-I1or.7'2-1t 'up ,to $20.000 casht'; for

: Bon 788. lake Butler Fl. or .or", nl." C.7B..". ...... ow ac ' ;......,, ,1974 Wheelbase '. .MIcheelB.CeeneyReeftar ,house and on. fa, three
!. tin rhg. 8/6. J Equal Housing Opportunity '"' J: '1)r... ) >I&H". ," ...1 ; "'-. hi .'tlf"64.e9e3' or.964-53118: OIIVYL pickup, truck.,Log, .With Asse,.964-M17 *cres. No brokers) '1>>1"...

Itpd 9/24 tapper. New engIne I tfnchg.. Call 964-8983 or 9645388.

brakes. ;Call! 9601-.13. Itpd 9/24


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Deadline for a classifiedad AD FOR,SALE.., q"' tE'_ PERSONAL PERSONAL SERVICES :,J .FOR RENT. : FOR RENT

is, TUESDAY If.":, 'J I : c, I) 5 'SERVICES,
: ".. 1" p"
pdc.dingt':3bursd y '! ALUMINUM"" VlATMi Needs'some COOL, ,SEAL: FOB TRAILER, CAKB DECORATING, I HOME PARK mobile homes Bedroom, State Rd.(TO W -
befor.p1icaton.iMiniimcharga ....1 r3fo', ; 25. each. i J5a.. Cat!. ,TpPSi ,moterlal 'labor CLASSES starting second and space for rent. and Crawford Rd. ,Married rWikar!
$2,50 County .',. : 2tth.lO/0 ,'r.tu: hh.d. $73.OO. week of October. Registernow. Recreational Vehicle couples' no children p.ti.t 'a / i
(C ver 15 Words)' 964-6305. ,, PUPSI 4311827. 4/16 tl,.. For more information welcome.. Phone 468-3912. Call 964-6699. tpd 9 '24 fC! '

..HEsin Each I word over 15 is lo ,NEW CARPET NEW , ,, $20 CoO, BILL'S, SAW SHOP) Complete ; call 964-6456. after 6 TFchg TWO BEDROOM Mobile
Not responsible1foMerror' furniture t 2lchg.10/01 sharpening' service circular p.m.'9/24 2tchg 10/01 HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Home. No pets or children. : .flLTY I II
.- Plumb. fixture* and HAY hand, carbide, JESUS LOVES THE LITTLE room. TV and Air- Convenient to I snapping
1. !.v. ..wfIe.rn'b1v'II''over'. ,MB BARGAIN CENTER:'. .' fO'" more, ,chain,.mower blade hollow CHILDREN AND SO DO WElKiddle Underwood Motel, 3 miles centerl ,Phone- 1964-0810.' .
ao phone or when copy I If not' 'Suh. 9A":6.,t,9': 9l782.3883 '{ltrou"d'ond balanced. Castle Child Car.. North of Starke, on Hwy Ipd9i24FURNISHED 'I I CECILtAA. .776.m

typed and brought to theoffice. : Ifrtchg. ':' ,., ':Leave'at Jackson Building H.lvy. 301 Waldo. Open 6 301, 10/9 tnchg APARTMENT;; .3, _HRw7iubAR 205 N. Temple StarkeLJ3
LIME ROCK.. 30 yard' -IoR: l)..d.: Sfepply In Stork., Keystone om-6pm Pre-School Educav MOBILE HOMESi Two and large room and bath. First
._ lead only.' ;'5N6--f>ro.f: .'Height*' or Lake Butler' tlonal program.' Deliveryand three bedrooms 'clean.: floor illghts and hot water INCtlDIBtll, Ir..a, Ie r.
723172. Lowte,. >0964-SS52. 'TFchg pick.up from school. Highway 16 and 223. New furnished. Call 9648071. WERE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

-'- TAYLOR. 7/30 tn.'D ._ ALCOHOLICS.. .ANONY., 4681484.I Reasonable owners formerly Whites Itchg ,934MOBILE .. "'"""""""- *".
"VARPSAIE 0;OR 0..1.-. -'MOUSi'h: : rate: Itchg 9/24 Park. Call 4681323. 3/12 HOME! large 2 SPECIALHOLIDAY

HOUSEs 301 sell kitchen Phone 64.514 or 9647619. 5CLEANING. SERVICES tfn. bedroom on Griffls loop. INN HOUSE Spacious,
YARD SALt ANYTIMCs M-6740.. We Buy other fur 'TFchg.", General cleaning for your: 4 BR. :|IBA, LIVING ROOM. Referrence and deposit.No brick 4 BR 2 B, CH&A, fireplace,
..QIIII..n: : thssts.b.drcrn.. l*,ed furniture and ", ._Itpd. SIWING' M..cttl'N'U home or office. Call Jean- dining room S kitchen pets. Call 9648816.
suite 1; /living$ room set; -ptran' .*:B/13 tin MEPAIRIDi All make nie. 964-8350. Itchg 9/24 'Central heat" and air: In Htpd 9/24 carpet,' dishwasher/-stove carport

--.-".refrigerator' ; }, old rifle; PURE BRED* SALIi No cleaned oiled and ad- Hampton. Phone 468-I 779. 3 BR, I 1/2.1 with stove paved driveway, fenced, $45,000
'table and chairs: on. old ANGUS BUlli 3yr. {fertilized.' lustedj, $15. Work MOBILE ((1st months rent In advance and 'refrigerator. CH A. assum. mort,. of $27,000 percent -
dr..."s. \,A lot of misc. Phone 964-6356.. -$ per guaranteed. James ,, ) 5/7 tfnchg. $265 mo. first and last
Items, SR-100. 6 ml out of Gaskln*, TFNchg / $1.75 per Strickland corner MorganRd. HOMES FOR LEASE 2000 sq. ft. bldg. month In advance. Call mo. pay,"$264.54. The most home for

?_ -Clarke toward ,Keystone RECONDITIONED TVS .,'- .. 9/17 .,and Hwy 16..TFchg FOR SALE adjacent .to Suzuki of 964-5904 before 6 p.m. the least money.
,AS HB '- ph, 473-2736.! Itpd or*; itartlng at $ ;" "' CHAIN LINK FENCEi Install Stark. ,on 30 I 5.. call llpd-9X24
?' 9/24 Trade-In welcome." :'BIKE: ed. Free estimates. HandyMan 964-6030. or 964-5825.8/27 Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with

.....WINDOW A/C., $lSt Sot. 964-8213.6/11 'tin'. -'' ,.. tchg Fence Co. 9648559. 1981 MOIIIll HOMES tfn. Motorcycle low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
; "', Sept. Z6- yard sale. 12' ALUMINUM BOAT "r'" TFpd. 1261.TYPEWRITER poym.nts' starting at TRAILER LOTS high and dry: comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
,)'40- 964-7219.1 tchg 9/24 HP Seori motor.' ; LF: "$250| REPAIR Call $147.00 per month. John oak shade trees: 2 miles 1MO SUZUKI .400 one starting at 33400.:

,.,11:.BIG GARAGE SALE.' Sat.S.It. .,, Firm. 964-5116 $125. Call' .the. Office Shop. 110 W. Brown Mobil. Home South on 301.964,8238. 9/3 owner less than 7.0OO * * * .
26.,9 am III, .3 pm. 9/17 2tchg 9/24. 1 9/24 Call St.. Stark. for details. Center473.3779.49, tfn. mile, gets 68 mile per
Melrose*turn ot Suwann. '.3 CU. FT. CHEST I R I D' 9645764. tfn. tfnchg. LARGE UNFURNISHED: two gallon. excellent condi. .LAKE SANT/K ft!! Custom built 2 story nearly new 3 BR

c.ln rlii>i Swifty Flower cloth., $275, ladle. wedding : Gelding .GLASS CUT TO ORDER GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE, bedroom apartment on Ep tion $1000.00 or offer 3 B, 2200 sq. ft. on 2 acres deck I balcony fireplace -
;I,.\,' Good .assortment. Follow yellow gold. /.K. ; .'confor.- I Doors windows etc. 1980 models priced to sell. person St., Drapes central : 7823933. llchg 9/24 stove refrlg. ft trash compactor oversized 3 car gatage.CH&A .
II\ .slgns475.1771. Itpd 9/24 1980 YAMAHA 650 king sire. .JACKSON BUILDING SUPP- With Rebate Program.. H/AC Carpet refrigeratorand 1979 GS SUZUKI 750: With ceiling fans carpeted shades I drapes water
.*.. BRADFORD ROPING CLUBi cycle. black 'with Ready to LV. 964-6078.. Orders also stove. No Pets. erring. 13.000 mile softener burglar I fire alarm. complete sprinkler
?? selection choose
; ..,' garage sale.. Saturday. $1800: 1981 Must' sell.. taken In Lake Butler. large COMMUNITY to $220.00 per month with a $1800 or best offer. Call system paved driveway fruit trees 10 on water RI9
Sept. 26. 9 am til motorcycle trailer.. : 9/24 2tchg 496-3079 and Keystone from. $100.00 deposit., Tel: 473-3132. Richard or wall. R20 ceiling Invest now $110,0001
heavy duty' $800. '" 473-4973. 2/26 MOBILE HOME SALES factory 964-8944 ((9 o.m.-S )
Brad. Heights.
everything gon. p.m. Rodney Hall. 9 24 .
UH t owned and operated. 2tchg !R.4I.MjO! ROAM I acres t nearly new large
9645072. 9/17 9/17tfn
ford Club 2tchg tin. ,
County Roping 10/01 .
attractive brick home. CHCA Insulated 2
Arena, (Fairgrounds) All USED GE : Colonial. NEW, AND USED WATER Highway 301-N. Stark. SARATOGA HEIGHTS Three fully car
proceeds to go to Roping Excellent condition 120; dinette CONDITIONERS Sales andService. Open 7 days a week. 8/20 bedroom 2 bath home.Large garage. fireplaces burglar alarm system' Intercom. with
Club. Itpd 9/24 up Used Sear ; stereo .,Call for free wateranalysis tfn. fenced yard. Unfur. BOATS stereo screened In back porch water softener one of
MOVING. MUST SELLI Fri., gal stove*. excellent speakers.. and information MOBIL HOME FOR SALI nished. Available Oct. I.. the lots with home has well septic tank K electricity I can

Sat.. and Sun.: Clothes, dition $75 up. : ; chest of 964-5673.3/12 tfn. WITH LAND 1971 13 times CAll 964-5511 after 6 p.m. 16 FT. SPORTCRAFT boat: 65 have a trailer.
baby bed and Items, toys. lights $12. Phone% Con BRADFORp SEPTIC, TANK 60 2 BR. 2 full baths with 2 for Information. 9/17 hp Evlnrude motor COUNTRY ESTATE CB home 4 years old with appro.
child. pool table swing tpd 9/2. 321 N. SERVICE* Bradford County acres of land By owner. 4tchg 10/08 Reasonable offer. Con 2000 10,. ft. plus 24 acres on SR II near Hampton lake 3
set. kitchen appliances.u .' '35.000 BTU GAS .. Itchg residential pump-outs, Butler Mobil. Home. KITCHENETTEEFFICIENCYROOMS Lake. Phone try BR 2 I. 2 fireplaces, CHBA S large barns, pond fenced B.
,- -_- furniture many other' LP.' vented. Blower $50.,We also re-lay drain $16,500. Call 9&4-S677 or : lor rent at low on Klngsley crossfenced Amailng value 113000.
j: Items. Hwy 16 from Starke thermostat, $125; LADIES lines. Phone 964-8121. 483-1498. In Graham. weekly rotes. Call Temple 5332366. 8/6 Unit .LAKi..GENEVA! JOT Pretty with trees I white sand Rd.
toward prison pas under ching sofa and chair 'each all or 5/28 TFchg. Motel. 964-7357. 9/17 tin fT. FIBERGLASS BOAT: 100 124.200.oCOUNT.Y .
arch' way, turn l.ftt lit offer. Call 964-5472 ". SIGN PAINTING Commercial 9/172tchg9/24, UNFURNISHED TWO Bnd trailer. 25 hp. Evinrude CLUB N.w'lullu.lo". well designed t well
hard road last house on pm only. tchg 9/24 and private. We will ,MOBILE HOME: 1970 2BR. BEDROOM HOUSE: central $1195.00 or best offer. Call built brick with fireplace huge walk-In closets Perfect
s." 'left. Itpd 9/24 JERSEY MILK COWl 7 design. Call 964-8669 Partially furnithed. In good gas heat refrigerator 496-2494. No coll.ct calls for the family that loves golf B tenntsiKINCSLEY :

BIG BARN SALE Fri..and old. On. heifer calf 8 before 3 p.m. 496-3391 condition. Call 964-3930. range, carpet drapes and please. Itpd 9/24 .J _LAKE Brick duplex Rent or use as home)
X>. Sat. Furniture, desk tools old. stewing anytime. 7/2 tfn. 9/24 2tchg 10/01 utility room. $225.00 mo. .
low mil. o.1Q1.S 33: ACRES.*.HOMj. One of Bradford's fmettresidences
4732736. Itpd 9/24 HAY DELIVERED: Call 3 BR.. I BAt Unfurnished. plus. month' deposit.
tlljd cloth. (baby and adult), one MISCELLANEOUSREWARD with over. 3000 Sq. Ft. plus fine handsome
& some dishes motorcycle. HAY FOR SALEi Must A/C. 1/529-9003 or 1/284-5111. $3100. Call 782.3329 Itchg Adult. No Pets. 964-5944 acreage
gi.l' barns, split rail fence impeccably maintained.
301 S. Need space. $1.65 on- Clay, County. 7/10 4tchg 9/24 Ichg 9/34
..14.., Lot of other things. 215 .
W. Zoned
WASHINGTON commercial Charm B
'from Indian River bale. :Call L.B. $1,500 10/1., LARGE COUNTRY lOTi for for contents of -
."jr.Ad across fruit stand red born. Look Jr.. 473-3305 after Call SAVI TIME GAS I MONEY. LOST/FOUND mobile home. Adults. $50 ladies maroon canvass comfort of older horns with traditional fireplace and ..atIn -
for sign. I tchg 9/24 p.m. llchg 924DISHWASHER ) ((10-40percent). Do your mo. 964-3944 Ichg 9/24 bog. lost between SR 100 kitchen 2000 sq. ft. CHBA. carpeted drapes 4 entra
: only. Christmas Shopping at UNFURNISHED BR house and SR16. Anyone with information I I I lots .- owner finenced.
."C I Garage sale undercounter. like home. Over 9500 items to LOSTi Gray Stetson' hat In $200,00 p.r month. Call should call SQUARE. .9_ACRES. -- plus horse barn set up for mobile
changeable colors, $ choose from. Call vicinity of Pine Forest 533.2..,... I'pd' 9/2. 964.5847. 1 tchg 9 24 home with well, septictonk B electricity 7 acres cleared
,,:,.. I ,Saturday Sept. 26 Call 964.6422 after 5 9648813. 9/17 4tpd 10/08 Apt. 2 week ago. fenced crosifenced $11.500 4 miles NW of Starke
I horse Show Anna. ROYAL WATKINS PRODUCTS Reward 964-So34 Itpd 9/24 --- 1 i'BROOKLYN. .LAKE Cozy Board Batten cottage. CHBA

I Htar fairground Start, manual type $25; Great Christmas line. Havea I with deck.

no I 9:00 Nt over oil heater with fan $10.00 get together and receive BUSINESS House ,Plans Service I 1121. .BtSSENTRD._. -- Large corner lot nicely landicapod
gal. drum, $35. free.Seni ....merchandise, All 3 BR 2 B. CHB plus attic fan, .fenced bock
OPPORTUNITIES ; patio yard
.,.1 Acre :
"' ''iwiwtu,4 cs < ior' Citizens! : ., 104 dl..... I CustomDaftLnQ & De-it'l-- : 24' IV II..",... .h.... __. ,
4) ,, _.I s.? i .t !?A2J: ., ._ .:_ -- -----; -
. ."I'\J.J"oo' ha,ve,1" id"- '- --- -- I .RO.i23QA-i Frame witn .,qtit '
hi 4
: cf' building rooms >
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i'H LJ .r __ .n i lng,programs Call today! HOUSJEWIVCM. Earn extra. : Commercial l' Residential bath gas heat air conditioner 100'.* 124' lot with nice
':),"\V Vi. .-.. 'WANTEtTCLERKTYPIST : :3:66: p.m.: 964.6279 or 782-3191!., I tchg Christmas money. Ap. trees 13000.
.., 9/24' prox. $6 an hour. 3 hours a
I tffE4L Owner financing CB 3 BR, 1' B CHBA
loji. load --
.' YES and day. 4 doyf week. For
a- to a toy gift .
LIVE.IN HOUSEKEEPER tow : party. Receive FREE $20. next 12 w. kl. Also $300 Scott Whltahead, Builder laundry workthop. fireplace indoor pool.0.4y .
.1) h.lp with semi-involld. Homemaker Program worth of merchandise. FREE toy' kits. : !St.OFP 351 Nine .acres more or lots owner,

Salary plus room and be High School I! Plus Open !'fou... Fri., Demonstrate toys and giftson financed has potential for mobile home pork.
board., Call 964-5855 with two years ." Sept 25. 9 a.m. til 7 p.m. House party plan. Will \ 964-6512 .RAIFORD Frame 3 BR I B Cypress barn K stables pool
Lucille' Mundorff. 639 E. and able to type 50 I'T I at Starke K.O.A. 964-6279. train. ph. 328-8789 .-. ., .. fenced B crossfenced only 23500.
Laura St.. 8/27 tfn. per minute. Must I Itchg 9/24 9:00-1200 5009.00 --- .. 101 COLLEY RD. Brick 3 BR. I' B VA loan or
en VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR. perience In keeping Mon.-Frl. 9/17 2tpd 9/24 26305. ?/"'/,...
*lr Salary-SB,000-9,000 sonnel records .. .S.J.! JUT: OFF 301. From. home on 16 acres with
if annually-depending on .*- general office Fla. Portable Buildings pecan trees.IO6JASjyVOQDDRIVf.
C' perlence. Supervision and Closing dote / ... ; CB 3 BR I' |e. on quiet street
instruction for vocational' "Equal Bill 172.< */24'I I All Types *>insured SVZfJMl OF ITRXE 334: N. MY.RUE .. CHI AAlium._ mo.,. B owner .will
skills to menially retarded employer" : L: FREE5TIMIITES j take bock second.

qduls( ,)In work activIty River Economic Hwy 33IS. 964-6020 .afror. Aitacfafes-Ar"f.r HoursWayne
ow\t.r.i( \,tihin.Acr.s). P.O. Box 70. Live Oak | Call Thomas B. Ntlttif E. Douglas Brok rSaloimon 9 64 6593
IWi: .
_,.I HAVLct! JU*.,loceIn., :'ALAiKA.N,,3206O Hcl1g9/2.AND OV.. .. 411-3J3llah ButUr 6X10 thru 12X50 Fred Sackelt 0 Irok.,.Saletman 441-1s4
coq>eAfry aptitude .
,' employment. Byron Torwill.gor-.777' Marlene Roberts 964 8505
Qualification: High
.School education.2.year. J j 2?comeJnjS&f(".97BO> pofentiol; MOBILE HOME ...................... .. ': I AnneTerwllegorNelsofl-47S-U77! Martha Dork 0.7UU17 vocational ,_ ((312)):. Ext. -----.. .
---....... Send,resume to Bob tt, < <> INSURANCE"HOMEOWNERS y .
jA4tflSk1in.\ Acr. 'Thefmag Winter Fashions : .... -sy'=:"-.
Storke. Fl
POnB9x,309(, POLICIESAT Beat the Cold : ,, -
&fed9Ji( ) 924.DORIS ,; -
-- BEAUTY SALON "Farnilj Mulr Styling Summer Clearance Sale (lot \'<>ur rirt'\ nnd t'arly.
Seml'Trvck DriversOr
US.301 N. ,
Cosmetologist, 'Deeded. Oak or Pi lit', S4o puii-
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.... Equipment
... Heavy
(across from .
iifolI; f1 '2 IJj.9/11) 3'chg .., : saw at iip load or Sill< |*T cord Op,"'."Sll'lltxallyICMI
.tqOt OI. !J. kV i. Oper. Debra ,. Mobil ('.111 'I'lun.i.c.'lil', l : : nilMOBILE

,411".Our..tdQI fWANTEDI own home.. .Work Some itt 'S \'Stylo'H4-7100 Cut Pom Room of Home Sal. ......... ... encoreENCORE ...: iutle'rMOBILE I lOOI: >Ia 5444
4'Hi-! :J7.W;
,s1wohltory./ ,name. od-l Dist ,
.n, 5.00 15.00 "' hone 964-5606 ..I(,
nit) >.dr.... and phone to:. Funeral. SHOP HOME
-,. _Mik.'.. .,P.O '01(< 68 ,' Elaine! .M. Olin,Agent'. SERVICE POLES
'" wmln.$7.pur.NURSES Slorke. Fl, Ave. Mon.-Sal. 95Jimmy'
erc' ,\Wo.rvli.t., 9/17-10.8 Mich., 49098 o Irhf. M. I i 0 tfnc''" 321 N. Temple Open HOME "
.". do,, engineering and Oil & G'asi
Call '
building drawing. POLICIES AT.
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468.IS17 US Solar Corp. tfn Street REASONABLE
S ,
: Thompson
0".1" HOUSEWIVES Earn' extra >W. N..d You" I ,;: MooresL ...';i.. 0 IitjtimtWell
Ed Frailer Memorial' 964-5888 ,
Christmas money. App ,, WARNINGHurricane
on. $6 OI\hour. 3 houri a pital. Baker Co, N ( ) Starke Phone season Is upon
.. day 4 day a wish For Home.;We have Sun. S. us II you ore one o( the
'n.xt 12 weeks. Also $300' 0v&lablifor'! both .SJLP: Gas '! fufcl py .1 Florida pOr&964.5791 few who don,. hoxe Insuronce ,
..,. FREE kir. ''DemonstrateI .
My If and when
LRN.. EfMN Full $ >II a
>tvri J I''and plank-gift Will*'Ion tram-Home.Last' '', 3." '* 11-7.'. BCNH < -' Delivery_ .Cish 'Carry f New.Merc. 9.8 Reg. 1295.. .Special-- M035. hurricane approaches/ 'y.ouwon't Drill i Ii.Ii.
be able to purchaseMobile
338 8789 time 11-7. Also'par I : .. e .
week to hlre-lph. '
,.i0fc 9.12i'5-9 Mor :-Fr: 917 positions available on \ New Merc. .18.Reg. 1495 . .;SpecialNevvAAerc. .. 1295 Home Insurance ,2" Thru 6s*
: So lake trie
i'erfection Heaters advantage of '
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..hift.'I't 40EL 2395 Circumstances I bond "ur';: Fast Rotary
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N' 'Viampton-Starke * tH -1 Merc. Reg. . .Special ,.. '
shift dilf. !o.
excellent I/o.. 1'<1. l c'!

iiocA'iM+, ..1n&1n ''I\e'pn.osipmeqnetio\ ; ; ) );"now. .every-olher......fl., f"r:'weekend : .CLEANING "New MerCfJOEtj Reg. 3295.. ;;' '. *.f Special t '2595 Horn FREE QUOTES Sal. {r'" .. "' {iii'thpaS'

a.) carry/ an early Brooker morningpaper '*26"%''paid days', off:. 10'.'" .' ,. .... New erc.S: ELReg. 3495. ,' rsw Special *2895 Elaine Phon.964.5406 M. Of/....Agent' .S 5 5 . .

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.1> Graham Hamptqp.Starke I *"1."."&It I'; )life and New Merc. 90EL PT Reg. 4395. ;;>Special ,-., *3695 'SaleiPartsService.JPlumbtng
,' >area*.Good second ; t. ui' 1- ..
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i Merc. 85
dep6sihecessary. hp. 4. ? 'J .. .; ,.. 1595 '
more information call onto*t Kathy Barbery. O% Drf ;; '* ,' tw & llSfeo New Installation
# td.' $., ll.rloM.mCl: Used Marc: sod'.JI50hppf..1977. :". : *2295 ,
+ t \ : '
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: ; ;, 4eitl(4'4 Hospllal l '33'-31 5 1.. 10$ i. n Used Merc. 65 Power Tilt. '. "' l . . *1495 KIRBYS ". .

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.,'age lOB September 24,1981
"' '
Miss Eula Mae Wllford Lyons officiating. Burial Harker officiating.,Burial followed In ,-'automobile,accident, *, 1.. ,,
Crews followed in the Mt. Zion Cemeterywith the Old Providence Cemetery with Born in Roston, GeorgiaMr.: .
Obituaries Miss Eula Mae Crews, 72, of Lake Archer Funeral Home of Lake Archer,Funeral Home of Lake Butler Thomas moved to Starke in J848
Butler died Saturday, September 19 Butler in charge of the arrangements.Mrs. in charge., where he attended Bradford County
Sylvia J. Williams"of Gainesville and in St. Vincents Hospital m Jackson ,' Schools. He entered the U.S Army
: Joseph Collie Weeks Sr. ville. John Wilkerson v and nerved in Viet'Nam. At Uie time
Mrs. Arvilla Owen of Alachua; one .Lillie, Bielllng Witt ;
Mr. Joseph Collie Weeks 81, of son, Joseph Collie Weeks Jr.. of Miss Crews was born In Duval Mrs. Lillie Naomi Blelling Witt.90 John Wilkerson 71,of Lawtey.; .died of his death, Mr. Thomas was owner
Alachua, died Wednesday, Sept IS, Grandin; one step-son, Lambent F,, County, was retired from the 'of Lake Butler, died September 19 at Tuesday night at the Community Con- and operator of his restaurants,Sandy -
t", after an extended illness. Sweat of Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. Jacksonville Paper Company and her residence after extended 11- valescent Center in Gainesville, Bar i Restaurant In Port,Orange,
,I Born in Bradford County Mr. Harriett Thomas of Jacksonville; 8 was a member of the Baptist faith Iness. an following a brief illness. Fl., and The Cowboys Car lit Bristol,
Weeks lived most of his life in grandchildren and 7 great Survivors include:two sisters Mrs. of Funeral arrangements were incomplete Fl. He was of the Christian faith.. '
Alachua County. He owned and grandchildren. Emily Keene of Lake Butler and Mrs. Mrs. Witt was aJllcJong resident at time but will be an- Survivors include: his parents..'Mr.
the Providence and press
operated his own farm and was a Funeral services were held Friday Loyie Ruth Addis of Greenville,S.C.; community wasa nounced later Archie Tanner and Mrs.Elmer'T omas, Fruitlad|
member1 the Providence Village by
I, veteran of WWI. Mr. Weeks was a morning at 10 am. in North Pleasant two 'brothers, Lloyd Crews of Baptist Church. Funeral Home of Starke, Florida, : Park; and one sister,Mrs."aJ. 4J or-
member of the North Pleasant Grove Jacksonville and of
Grove Baptist Church with Rev. Harper L. Crews ta, Atlanta Ga. ., V
Survivors included several neices "
Baptist Church. Bearer Twist officiating. Burial will Lake City, several nieces and Kenneth Ernest Thonias Funeral serviced were'' conducted:
Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. follow in New Hope Cemetery, under nephews.Funeral. and Funeral were held Sun Kenneth'' ) Ernest Thomas, '34, of Saturday;Sept;:19,at 2 p.m.with Rev.
Pearl Ruby Wilson Weeks of the direction of Archer Funeral Home services were held, Tuesday Melrose died Sept. 16, in Blount- Robert Gillis c c6nductino1thB: services.Cremation .
20, at 3 in Providence
Alachua; two step-daughters, Mrs. Sept 22, at 2 p.m. in Archer day Sept p.m
of Lake Butler. Village Baptist Church with Rev. Art stown; Florida, following an followed with Archie".Tanner t
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Funeral Home of Starke I In charge
t of arrangements. '

IMtf s.PldrteiMte C' hova Flynn'

T G Y sale Good thru Sept. 27th Oty Limited! NO Ralnchecksl 1 Mrs. Florence Canova Flynn, 81,'of

& Starke, died Sunday, Sept. 20, In the
: Starke 'Nursing\ Home, following
BLOCK BUSTER I 'long Illness; ; .
Born In'Jacksonville, on ,May 11,
faInil3T enters 1900, ,Mrs. Flynn,.was,,a'lifelong: resident -
.. .. c of Starke and a member or the
First Baptist Church.: ,
Survivors include;, her' husband.
'George B.,Flynn,Sr;. two daughters,
Mrs. Martha'''Powell McClane and

Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips, ,both;.of
Clorox Liquid Starke; two sons; George B.:'
Jr.and William C. Powell.Jr.,bottl'of.
Starke; a sister, Mrs. Eunice.C.. Judd
L&1 Bleach Plummer of Fort Walton Beach Fl.; it grandchildren

e ; and:{ several, grgatgraptd-;
children. :: ...
Funeral services were held at 11
69CEa. I $1 e a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 22, In the'First
Baptist Church of Starke, with Rev.
Ear Ben. P. Bryant, pastor, officiating.
: e 1 cal. Bottle Limit 2 1/2 Cal Bottle Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery
the of'
] under direction DeWitt C. Jones.
Funeral Home, Starke., :,

William Dalzell Milligan.
William Dalzell Milligan ; "74of
isopropyl Dial I Power steering Keystone Heights, died Saturday
1 morning,Sept.,19,at his home in Park
Alcohol! of the palms following a long illness.
Soap Fluid Born in Aghadowey, North Irelandon
Nov. 18, 1900.Mr. Milligan came to
the United States in 1926 and had livedin
Keystone Heights for the past 10
/$1 1 1 4/1 99 years. He was a retired inspectorwith
eO the U.S. Steel Corporation' and
Ea. was groundskeeper for the Park,of
16 ounce 3.5 oz. Reg. Bars the Palms, where he also attended
+ 12 oz. can church. .;'

Survivors include: his wife Mrs.
Dorothy Elizabeth H. Milligan;.and
ASSt. three sisters,Mrs.Joseph Condon and
Miss Rachel Milligan both of
Kingsford Boylston Mass. Miss May Milligan
HersheyCandy of Worcester, Mass. ,.,
Funeral services were held-at;2
e Charcoal p.m.Tuesday,Sept. 22, in the Park of
Bars the Palms chapel, with Mr.".Jamrs!
Gilbert officiating. Burial !
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
5/$100 $157 the direction of DeWitt C.:; Jones
1 /
0 1Reg Funeral Home, Keystone Heights;

25C ea. e 10 Lb. Bag Card of ThanksThe

8'' save 53.00 family of Mrs.Grace B. Mc. !
sheer ;, o'; e a e All Plastic' Comb to sincerely.grateful to friends fu
and kind
neighbortt'for thelr'lhany
... '
ft. n 'OsClll Cing acts ,of sympathy .during- our'Ud .
woodenlar Milkcrates bereavement.. Our appreciation can '
Knee Hi's be adequately expressed. '
SioM Itpd 9/24 I'I'not

0 We desire to express to, our kind '
99CEa. neighbors and thoughtful friends our
$299 0 heartfelt thanks for their many expressions
1/2 of sympathy.;The beautiful
Ea. price floral offerings and food weft-,*:
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