Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
October 1, 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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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past week. ObituariesfPage 7B The. ;Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqvcn

The Department Forestry headquarters reports that the I1'eeIIltuff Classified .. :, ..Page; IM1IB 103rd Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy -
is burning now"so feecareful with the fires and don't let them get away Correspondence. .., .Page 1>.. Mh Issue. Thursday October I. .881 LISPS 062700rj
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Five Starke area men have been arrested were released on $5,000 recognizancebonds
this week after being indictedby Wednesday, afternoon.
a federal grand Jury in Jackson-
Federal agents were searching for
ville after 20 local were
e some persons Billy Gordon Griffis, 41, uncle of
in connection with a
questioned Ronald Griffis. and Carl "Pee Wee"Griffis
counterfeit money ring which lawmen also charged in the
{t. q ti think is based in Bradford County. counterfeiting ring, until they turned

k The last two of the five, Billy Gor- themselves in Wednesday afternoon,
don Griffis, 41, and Carl (Pee Wee) Sept. 30, to federal agents in Jackson.
Griffis turned themselves in to ville.
federal Secret Service agents in
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon Billy G. Griffis was out on bond

: (Wednesday, Sept. 30). A search had after the Aug. 23 arrest for possessionof
; been on for the pair all week. more that 20 grams of marijuana.At .
-t H 1v : The Bradford Sheriffs Department that time Billy Griffis'residence at
4 k + arrested the first three Monday, Sept. 414 N. Myrtle St. was searched with a
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+ : 28, on counterfeiting charges with search warrant secured from the
warrants issued by the Secret Service state attorney's office in Gainesville
following the grand Jury indictments. based on information that Griffis had
at his residence drugs and counterfeit
Held in the county jail until they U. S. currency. Approximately three
could be picked up by the Duval Coun- weeks prior secret service agents
ty Sheriff's Dept. were Timothy Alan confiscated a 1976 Chevrolet belong-
u' "tyJttIif, p.' n 4 rj 4, ( a Bryan 20, Rt.2 Box 715; Eddie Taylor ing to Billy Griffis in connection with
+' Jackson, and Roland Eugene Griffis, the counterfeiting investigation.
R 24,414 N. Myrtle St. .
and Billy Griffis had been arrested in
4" t.-a .a" y Investigation is still going on
.r 1' 4M1f' +R't'wf additional arrests are expected, according Jamaica in Nov. 1979, and charged
ti ,, to Secret Service Agent Bill with attempting to smuggle mari
r juana out of the country after a plane

3;:; / ,fik'i J Brawley.Following weeks of investigation by carrying 1,240 pounds of pot was seiz-

> federal
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.. Jury indicted the five local men in
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which has been operating in Bradford to be drug related and stems /
Keeping County. from the Starke area, lawmen say. /
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: In July of this year counterfeit $100
in Starke. The away as Texas and one of theCarolina's
bills appearing
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[] ... ,first, counterfeit bill, appeared InEcVterda' ,. .
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i ,: "" '. : '," 0" ';;" the bill. over to the Secret Servicein tlon came when a Waldo resident
,," ''he '. ,' Jacksonville. testified he had spent time in the Grif-
"'''''' and Ronald James
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t .) '\" Bryan fis' home where he saw
:''.. ,,4",,., 'r.' ": .. 'I Tyler, 18, Starke, were arrested at marijuana sales operation.
: .... Jacksonville Beach on August 11 Sometime around mid-August the
:SpiritTornado when they tried to buy a mixed drinkin witness said counterfeiting was men-
a restaurant lounge with a tioned. Billy Griffis pulled a large

111 counterfeit$100 bill. At that time the box from behind an easy chair in his
cheerleaders never let up restaurant owner called the police as bedroom and opened it. There were
despite the 33-a shntout by Palalka. he suspected the bill was fake. The many bundles of counterfeit $100 bills
the worst football defeat In Bradford men were released from the Duval in the box Griffis ask him to wipe his
Ly Ff Jail the next day on $1,500 the
before County fingerprints off after handling
High history,last Friday night S .
I) bond each.
a packed hometown crowd. ,t., A r CA Before leaving Starke Aug. 11 the box.The
cheered i
The 1WI-S2 cheerleaders S trio bought $13 worth of gas at the witness said Griffis told him he
the Tornado grldders on as U they the bills to buy marijuana -
P Thoni Service Station on US-301, pay- wanted to use
were wl_"". The cheerleaders dealer and
ing with a $100 bill. The bank rejectedthe : from a competitive
found humor la the fact that they toppled 'fL bill the next day when Thoni madea frame him by alerting the police to
In the picture above and laughedat deposit. the competitor's. new counterfeit
themselves. At every opportunity I The same evening the three bankroll.

they urged their Tornado team on.Band played reportedly used a counterfeit $100 bill Griffis him $600 in bogus $100
The Fighting" gave
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.. gallantly,the mnjorettes.MI....... r jfi to pay for liquor at a store bills which the witness turned over to
Cmb .. t Beach. service agents. According to
corps added color and spirit.Pep not indicted last week secret
students also added the BUS spirit. < __ r'AfS with Tyler was and Jackson. the agents each bill had the same

About to topple In the top photo the Bryan Bryan, Jackson and Griffis pled In- serial number on it.

cheerleaders are (Flea On top- Janet nocent and were released on $5,000 At this time no plates or printing
Jordan. Monica Green, and Terrle bond. They appeared before press have been found, with only conjecture -

Matthews; at ViCkIe Kelley. Magistrate Harvey er in as to who actually printed thebogus
Carver. schedule
Tabltaa Felsem. federal court who their bills.
.Kathy GUliagham. Meals Sheffield :txJ A trial for Nov. 30.

.. Sadie McDuffle. and Gina Lane. fa', } Billy Griffis and Pee Wee Griffis
Ii Backing up their Tornado footballers
:" In the bottom photo are (Frs S -

;'" Monica Green Janet Jordan. Terrle '"W1 *** 1
Tabltha Folsom. F
Matthews, '
: After pair of defeats each by the l&*
;. :tornado varsity and JV squads a >M
,-=Tonado team finally tasted victory ;;4 S
=Tuesday night when the ninth grade yaIr *+tJ

': ;team topped Baldwin 14-8 before a '. S jt'y, rb ,
.''happy crowd here. Head Coach David *

-Hurse:: visited the locker room after
;-=the game to congratulate the viertorlouf -

#- freshmen.
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? Have Ordinance Ready for County Commissioners, FAIRGROUNDS Parade*a.m.
,Firemen ., 11 ..m.-*p.m.


?= But They're Still Not V Optimistic About Monday's Meeting ALL-SPORTS Meets at Western CLUB

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'::= now to the county to come up with
1 retained Dlnn.:30M..tlng
:=. still not very optimistlc.Bradfordvolunteer week they still oppose mill of taxes for week Gainesville the attorney firemen Norm LaCoe to additional money for new equipment, 7:30:

.:::; firemen have-. proposedfire 'fire protection. all agree the e proposed ordinance The .or they'll have no choice but to> shut ft * * *

-:: tax ordinance ready for Monday'scounty volunteers Commissioners have served the county drams ordinance is in the hands of down their operation.ballot asking the BRADFORD COUNTY
meeting After the straw
EE commission MEETSat
an outstanding the firemen and wiU be presented
well and have performed if they
ditch effort by the The Monday by Commissioner Mosley to people in unincorporated f:10: am.
last county .
fE: It's termed civic duty with no pay. wanted to one mill of additional MakingHis
board. pay * * *
:::firemen who say they'll quit Monday currently budgets $21.450 to fire the county: property better fire protection COUNCIL
.r' Oct. 5, If the county commission protection. Of that.$10,000 goes to the 2xthe volunteers thought OwnPainting
have passed
far the firemen feel, they Meeting Tao p.m.
doesn't come up with some kind of county volunteers including the New So the they would receive some $120.000 additional -
run-a-round by
"are River and Graham stations $3,500 to been glen the
hoping donut commission. They feel it is funds. TUESDAY. OCT. i
the firemen their Lawtey, $1250 to Brooker $4,700 to county
trucks up on the courthouse. lawr Starke. and;( $1.000 each to Hampton, STARKE COUNCIL'
morning. and Hellbron Springs One of the features offered at last Meets p.m.
Monday Theressa,
volunteer fire departments.: 4 City Officials to be Swrn-In. weekend's first annual Indian Summer * * at *
for voteS
firemen hoping Starke
The are Main gripe of the volunteer firemen Arts Crafts Festival GROWERSMEETING
swing by 'on*. commissioner. The and unsafe '' council will chance to participate in the artwork 7:30p.m..HII.
of the
fire tax with has been about Uw antiquated Four incumbent city officials wit Silcox the dean was a .
board la 3-3 against They term. offered by a spin-art booth at hooker ElementaryTHURSDAY.OCT.S
have to use. his sixth two-year
the trucks they be sworn in for new terms Tuesday begin
Morley But
Commissioner 1JUwrence of a his fifth term.' Passersby such as young
biggest ,supporter of a fire taxing want funding to start purchase. night,'Oct. 6, as Starke begins. a new Schaefer will begin shown above could spin the ...,
his 7th Campbell
truck department.At Bowen will begin twoyearterm.
'for every
district and Commissioner Maxie new .: : fiscal year.' disk sad create their own modern art SANTA FE ARTS

Carter Jr. also keeping his promise to one point the firemen asked the I ,Tucker served eight years on the city picture.For FESTIVAL OPENINGNew
back the firemen if the straw vote county to go into debt for eight new' Taking the oath wUl'be Mayor"Commiaaloner council prior to not more pictures and a story on CollegeString
.passed, which it did, over 2-l.. ''fire trucks: on a lease-purchase plan, Charles Schaefer election In 1974. the first-time event sponsored by the Quartet

Opposition to the fire tax district citing the fact that their newest truck Group 2, and Vernon veteran Silcos Group, new 4 Commissioner >City A new mayor-commissioner: will be Starke Clvltaa Club see the first page Starke Woman's Club. '.

comes from Commissioners E.L. Is a 1958 model. The commission. -Clerk Neil Tucker, and Police Chief elected when the council reorganizes of your "B" section. 6 p.m.-Ad mission Free
do that.
(Nook) Norman E.W.; Hodges, and .refused In their to final do or die effort last' Jimmy Bowen. Tuesday night.
Homer Hart. All three Indicated

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New i front Bradford High .. A local man,Maurice Edwards,Jr., Sasko is named as Woods's" chief The Florida Bank at, f: 1':;;':; i:'

and his son, Zachary R. Edwards, .,assistant. McKinney and Lawson are \ I. ::I" '"
were found guilty Sept. 28 in U. S. named as those who unloaded mari : '
District Court in Ocala. juana in Columbia,South America Starke presents .
Both Edwards were found guilty of The operation Is 'alleged to1 have' \'
W three counts of conspiracy to import started with a meeting Oct. 20 at Fort
and distribute a controlled substance, McCoy. The indictment said Wood
I namely marijuana, and unlawful use later put up$55,000 to arrange a shipment -
of a communications facility.U. of marijuana. from Columbia
by Vickie Carver S. District Judge Charles R,
Scott issued an order granting a mo- 2 Meetings Set
tion for extension of time. The Ed On Ag Water Use .
On Saturday. Sept. 19. the football Student Council has decided or wards have until Oct. 14 to file a motion
players, coachesand cheerleaderswere most of the basic homecoming ac for judgement of acquittal and/or Two meetings will be held on
honored with a "cook-out tivities. Watch for details I a new trial. agricultural water use- the first at
night. Everyone thoroughly with 7:30: p.m. Monday Oct. 5, in Live Oak
enjoyed the evening. There were The Edwards were charged in the Agricultural Conference Room,
games planned dancing,and a burial We wish to extend a special thank- providing a landing strip in Bradford Agricultural Building on Coliseum
ceremony for the cats. We killed to Mr. Bill Shannon, President of County. The smuggling activity took Road, the second at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday -
them then! A special thanks to Mr. the All Sports Club. He has done a place in Marlon and Orange Counties ,Oct.8, in the Civic Center at High 1 1tr
fantastic with the restoring and also starting last Oct. and continuinguntil }
and Mrs. Green of Brooker, for plan- job Springs.
ning this super event! painting of the buildings surroundingthe Jan. 23 of this year. The meetings will be the public's 0
Tornado field. The work looks The defendants were charged with chance to find out how any projected
conspiracy to import more than 1,000
Clubs GREAT; water use regulation will affect you. 1
of The
Anyone interested In getting the pounds marijuana. The District needs public input now,
F.C.A. (Fellowship of Christian Science Club has its sign-up sheet indictment also included charges .the news release states.Homecoming .
of the defendants of
in the office Don't missit. against some
this posted area.
Athletes) started for school year?
You can contact Coach Carlton ,You'll wish you could get into the possessing the drug, carrying ,
details. action of the club. Any questions you weapons and using the telephone to
Faulk, or Vickie Carver for
We are planning the first meeting on may have can be answered by Mr. promote According the the indictment Ocala Morgan Rd. Baptist

Friday, Oct. 2. You don't have to be Jerry McGriff. dentist Raymond H. Wood. Jr., is Rev. James Parrish, pastor of
an "athelete" of sports, the only charged with financing and organizing Morgan Road Baptist Church extendsa
qualifications are that you wish to bea Seniors the operation. Wood won a cordial invitation to everyone to at.
part of this Christian fellowship. There will be a senior class meeting separate trial and had it delayed until tend the annual homecoming on Sun-
Friday. Oct. 2, after school in Mrs. Jan. 18 because his lawyer is engagedin day, Oct. 4. ,
Homecoming Already Harrell's room. Please come. a long out-of-state trial. Lunch on the grounds will be servedat :
Alright all you Bradford Beauties, John Edward "Jack" Sasko of Fort 12:45 p.m. with singing after lunch. ; V
it's time to campaign for Princessesand Senior picture orders will be taken McCoy announced through his lawyer Featured singers will be the Lokey
Homecoming Court and Queen. Oct. 2, from 10:00: to 1:00.: that he would plead guilty. Judge Sisters from Hahira, Ga., and the : V
You can get your sign-up sheet from Scott accepted pleas of guilty from Proclaimers from Dunns Creek Bap-- -
Mrs. Hazen in the office. Voting will The B.H.S. Journalism and Annual Michael Arthur McKinney and tist Church in Jacksonville.
take place on Oct. 6. The count now Staff students went to the University Robert David Lawson of Fort McCoy. Everyone is invited to attend.
for Queen is 40 candidates. of Florida, Saturday Sept. 26. Ralph '
Lowenstein, (Dean of the College of The Employee of the .Month. \
Journalism at U of Fwas a guest A II.
Elvis Presley Fans speaker. The participants toured the :
Will be TreatedAt Journalism-Broadcasting building on r Earn Your High School Diploma
the campus, and attended classes This month we recognize Vorease Jones for the
Police Benefit Show concerning various of the
Ever been an Elvis fan? specified areas. Mrs M.aspects E. Bain, the By Taking the GED Test&pJt' month of October. Vorease was chosen by fellow staff

If so, you are in for a special treat at8pm. BHS journalism teacher, altered the For Further InformationCall members for her outstanding performance in her
seminar, along with 13 students. A
Oct. 3 the
this Saturday, at
Bradford High auditorium when a special thank you to Mr. Wescot for 964.6150j assigned job and her ability to get along with others.

stage production of"Our Memories of driving the bus to the University. -j j V Deadline for application She began work at the bank in March 1976 and is the
Elvis' will be presented by the BHR ( Is October 15, 1981
Thought For The Week
Co. from Tupelo Mississippi, where >uIrir" Dates for the Tests Head Teller.
Elvis was born. The Starke Police God is interestedin of
Department is sponsoring the show tc what you have to say. are as follows:
raise money for its police benefit October 1* 20
fund. :t/" 1. 3. o:30. 8:" pin
Last year the fund was used to buy IRADFOKO October" 21 a 2} Florida Bank 'at Siarha
bullet proof vests for Starke police of- COUNTY TELEGRAPH ( 6:30 8:" pm .,
ficers. This year the PD wants to buya Publlsh.dw.ryThursday October 21 Clark at Jeflerson Street. Starke. FL 32031 ((904)) 964-7050
movie projector to show crime at 30 W.Cell Street 9:30 am r
prevention films to youngsters.The Stark.Florida 3201 Member FDIC I'
Elvis memory part will be per- Testing Fee $14.50
formed by the member of the family Second Clan postage paid at I )
that is in the entertainment business.His Stark,Florida '
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name is Duke Presley and he is a
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Advance tickets are*4. tortili I **1.' ''iP. ..-.Ie.....S..oo pot' ..,." r .
and over and will be $6 ak the ({oo.."- $5OO.Ixmo.thsfy.! ,.1i. ,
Everyone under to-will will-4iav. "' purchase a $3 ticket at the door the .trade.real$10.00 per year lei :
night of the performance. For advance $5.50 ilx months
tickets phone the Starke Police
Department, 964-5400.

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Brooker Budget
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? Uh, ; Itr The 81-82 fiscal year budget met tax: millage rate was set at 3.385, the
t with unanimous approval{a special same as last year to generate the
budget.meeting of the Brooker City same amount of tax dollars. 0 0Nowir
Council Tuesday,'Sept JO), Included in the budget was a $25
r raise for the marshal making the
The *81lOi spending plan sees. \ position earn $325 per month.
$41.301 coming lrom. the genreal The new budget maintains the spending ,
,revenue fund ancomlng from levels at almost the same levelsor
a the water\ revenue fund. :.The property ; 81-82 as they were for 8081.(

.t Clerk Linda Robinson requested
permission to add an explanation in
Growers Meeting the next utility bills about the tax: increases -
Set at BrookerPlans some individuals were ex-,
periencing. Robinson indicated that
for the Spring season will be with the increase in property
discussed at a growers meeting set assessments, some property owners
for 7:30: p.m. Tuesday. Oct., 8, at.. will pay more but it is not caused by
Brooker Elementary School. the city since the assessment In-
Growers who will be using the crease came from the county. proper,
Brooker State Farmers Market are appraiser.
c especially invited to meet with Jenn- The next regularly "scheduled ""a
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ings Starling and Mancil Ayers who meeting is to be held Tuesday,Oct. 13. ,.
will be operating the market this Spring

..1q Bob, Allen.according to Market Manager .... __'___,_____.._ _________

4-H Booth PlannedFor ,. ml able In Starke

''+ BCH Carnival

( P.It P. The Green Acres 4-H Club will havea
booth at the carnival set this Saturday -
: Oct. 3, by the employees of the
Bradford County Hospital. ,.
Many usable items such as toys a
books etc. will be offered at discount

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Book'em At The
Public Library

t Biographies and autobiographiesare
always popular with readers.
Some new books about people now t1idlVrdttu.} .
available at\ the'Bradford County

.. Public Library include:
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Blng Crosby,, the Hollow Man by
A Deputy Sheriff Just Like,His Dad... Donald Shepherd Is the controversial
story of Bing Crosby's life that the
Ashley Moore. 15-months-old, la a hit at the football game Friday night dress- author says has never been reported.
ed In a uniform almost exactly like his dad's. Bradford Chief Deputy Sheriff Please Don't Shoot myDog is an'

Glen Moore. outspoken account of Jackie Cooper'slife
The uniform was made by Ashley's grandmother. Mrs. Hilda Jackson of written by Cooper himself. DROP BY OUR 2- HBO 13- ((47 Jacksonville)
Keystone Heights.Ashley feels 10 feet tall Is the uniform says his mother.Beth. West from Home Letters of Laura? OFFICE AT 3- WUfT((5 Gainesville) 14- Futue..*
4- WIXT(4Jaeksonvllle( ) IS1A- WON Chicago(Pending' )
Ingalls Wilder. San Francisco 1915 is '527 WATER ST. S- Local Access CNN(Cable News Network)
a warm account of the writers lettersto m
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her husband while attending the T- (Jacksonville) NICKILOOIONARTS
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Florida District Executive Ad-
ministrator Manny Rodriguez were: thanked Incoming the President club for its Dayid Smith
David Smith President Jimmy cooperationand APPLIANCE
work in the past year and thanked
Alvarez Jerry
Presldent.Eledt Jerry McGriff for his .1
Secretary and Bruce
; leadership
through the ,Arts ,and
Haguewood .Treasurer. He urged
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sand accomplishments which Correction!
3 culminated with last weekend's Indian -
ST-: Summer Arts & Crafts Festival. The operator of the road grader in M1n
Sj Area I Leutenant Gov. Phil Baker the Sept. 24 article on Page 1A of the 4
spoke to the Club advocating coopera- Telegraph was Don Frees not Ken 4.
tfaivin, membership drives\ with the Frees.,
oAerfarea clubs and urged the local The Telegraph/ apologizes for the

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Compromise,I I Needed. for Firemen, County .... Pc

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volunteer firemen of Bradford Countyare $20,000'to $30,000 moreif the county staff
understandably exasperated over their in- starts soon enough and whittles a little bit on

ability to, .,extract operating money. for new every budget..
trucks' from the county commission. So exasperated -
; in fact, that they plan to shut down The firemen could cut out their'demand for '

operations if more funding is not forthcoming.The new fire trucks, especially eight new trucks all

fireman plan one last gasp Monday by at once.. Instead, 'they could search for serviceable -

showing the county commission that an or- used trucks which large cities are

dinance for a special fire taxing district is said to sell for around $20,000. One truck a .-- 7"' --; --n
possible. They have even retained attorney year could be purchased.
Norm LaCoe from Gainesville, who has drawnup Five New Board Members Inducted Sat.. Night... '

several municipal taxing plans, to assist Both the firemen and county commissionersshould New Kiwanis board members nor) Steve Denmark Reddish, not pictured.'and installed'at The new the board annual: biZuei, &were pt. I

them draw up the ordinance. take part in a study to determine a Rev. Warren Langer Joey Smith Jessie Myers and Mike 2 elected,. In May

more efficient placement of county fire sta

The county commissioners, also understan- tions. Are eight fire stations really needed in lac arI '' 1f
dably are tired of hearing the firemen, who Bradford County? It would be good if a way
have been represented at nearly every com- could be worked out to have at least one fire '

mission meeting for the past several years, station near Starke manned 24 hours a day,

ask for more money. The commissioners and and an agreement with the City of Starke .
county attorney Dudley Hardy know that a worked out in which the city and county would !

fire taxing district 'can be established so the cooperate.A y f ,tw t tt tt tt
tax levy is outside the state's 10-mill ad-

valorem tax limit. new fire truck is useless without

somebody to get it to a fire in a matter of 1
County commissioners, E.W. Hodges, minutes. t
Homer Hart and E.L.Nook) Norman,

however, are reluctant to impose an addi- County commissioners have been giving the ___
tional mill of taxes on the people of Bradford firemen the round-a-round. It is inevitablethat 1-
County. Commissioners Maxie Carter Jr. and they will have to face the situation directly _

Lawrence Mosley have supported the firemen and make an honest effort for a solution, or I I I
and have said they would go for such a taxing face a county without fire protection that has ;

district.We been given free by the volunteers. The firemencan .
be less demanding. .i-'d
respect how careful the three commis- : -

sioners are being with our tax money. An addi- __ : .. ,
If the commissioners want the out 1 .ai 1r 1 A
would easy way ,
tional mill of taxes right now -
hit many taxpayers property hard, especially in these they can elect to put' the issue on a binding .._ .. 7' t..1: 171 ,d

inflationary times when money seems to go ballot this fall for voters outside the incor- Four Officers Inducted at Banquet...
porated areas. In a straw ballot last Oct.,7 the
out faster than it comes in. Leading this years Kiwanis club are (1 l-r) Steve Futc!!.; Mike Cooney. secretary; Kddie: Douglas
for fire
vote 2-1 those
protection was over treasurer and Darrell O'.N eal. vice-president.
We also admire the effort the volunteer voting no1,412 to 666. The county commis-

firemen have made over the past 15 years. It sion agreed to the straw vote only because

would, indeed, be a step backward if the they thought it would fail, but an all-out drive
volunteer fire fighters went out of business. It by the firemen got it passed. Kiwanis Wrap Up Year with Banquet"The

would leave rural residents without any fire -
protection, whatsoever. Fire insurance rates Commissioners, however, aren't sure it was Kiwanis
would rise, a local insurance agent points out. explained to voters that a "yes" vote meant success"banquet was an enormous -
additional taxes. Firemen contend they explained says
Dave McCampbell.
Therefore, a compromise is needed. The additional taxes would be imposed, secretary The fiscal year for Kiwanis ends the
firemen need to be assured the county com and that reduced insurance rates would more last week in Sept. and at that time
mission cares for their contribution to the than make up.for the increase in taxes. each year a new team is assembled to

community, and want it to continue. The coun- take The charge.banquet was held Sat., Sept. 28,
ty commission needs to find a solution for funding So, the controversy continues. A com- at The Starke Golf & Country Club
the firemen other than to levy an addi- promise is needed. Hopefully, the fireman can with 45 people in attendance including /

tional mill of taxes. be assured at Monday meeting that. their jeffdrt r,.theK ): ...tI ::eKvlves, president, "t o "jf r at d nfsillGJi.
;: ( is appreciated. Hopefully, the county commissioners = and secretary: of'the BHS Key Club. .;
..... ,, $ 5*"';:* ; -" '\ 't>\' ... .. '- / nos
:: and speakers
)1imtesloner3couldfind a way to squeezemore will initiate a search for more fuh- several-guest /3'. of + nigloHsoup'
Steve Futch
New officers ,
,dingjwithin.the: existing budget.. ; .. .. Annul ndl 1111Wt
money from>4he. ourrent> budget- say r ;If-.tItI.mllJr.'r.; ""president1, Darrell' t 'Neaf'vice-

president; Mike Cooney, secretaryand
Eddie Douglas, treasurer. !
'The board of directors will include
4-H News... County Agent By IuIW Steve Denmark Rev. Warren 2

Langer, Joey Smith, Jessie Myers
by Carolyn Redding
Bobby. .. r and Mike Reddish.
Bradford County can look for a rushof Notebook Special guest speakers for the even
4-H activity in the days ahead. The4H'ers Tavlor' IJI. ing were Gov. Debra Schmitt of the ,. .
are on the move! All of our Florida District Circle K, the college_ -'Still r OronAm,9b1 '
clubs have events and activities com- p.- division of Kiwanis, and -Lt. Gov. Jim
ing up, so watch out, you may get In- It's time to get out of the summer tium, pansy, petunla;'phlox, sweet- Senterfitt, lieutenant governor for the __iJ -. xiE Ito,
volved! doldrums and start thinking about pea, verbena and viola. district, including Starke.
It's good to see our clubs starting up gardening. Get set to got! It's about Schmitt spoke on the necessary involvement r Ir aY sd'r1rL
the new 4-H year because this meant time to plant winter flowering an- Annuals have numerous uses in the Of everyone In the
that the 4-H'ers are becoming more nuals. garden. They are probably best American system of government, ( nogmoq woltsno
active in their community activitiesand displayed In front of 'shrubbert> while Senterfitt introduced the '81 mowef1 bllw'
development and these com- Many of the annual flowers which borders. : ; i : d
By choosing annualS''dif-j" theme, of Kiwanis "Sharing Good Mmster tecewesState
munities are sure to benefit. thrive in northern gardens can be suc- ferent helghts,.,deep flower borderB.can ; Health." Local |- .Rgco g ni W t >a.owTC

The Lawtey 4-H Club held its first cessfully grown in Florida; however, be produced. Plant the taller Three plaques were presented for Secretary Dave_:McCiimpbell left, 'PrftftnfrUfWVr's ,\.J>silt ;?tC( meeting not long ago and the enthusiasm the season at which they are grown is species at the rear and progressively outstanding service to Kiwanis of Kiwanis!! award for sprlrltual. alms. : ; : f I W&i 8ni"M">
of the members was a quite different. Most annuals are shorter varieties in,front Use Colo .,, Starke. Out-going president Bob m.q
wonderful thing to see. All of the4Hers classified into two groups > cool which blend well and avoid too many. Milner received a plaque for- .t s ')'N :.last: OS sdi anomA
appreciation .
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seemed rearing to go with different season and warm season an- varieties having different colorsft' of leadership during the -- "L.l"nil.! t.AA
projects and activities. With nuals. Fiona's cool season is from October Beds should be large enough so that past year. Rev. Warren Langer accepted
this enthusiasm, the club elected officers to April thus we grow many annuals flowers can be cut and used to provide the state Kiwanis award for _
for the 1981-82 year and these during the winter which would winter color. Many low growing an'-1 Spiritual Aims which had orginally
are: President Brandi Herndon, Vice normally be planted in the spring in nuals make effective ?.edgings for"' been presented to him Sept. 13 at the
President Bobby Thomas and northern states. As long as the proper walks and drives and don't forget' to state conference in Orlando.' Mike
Secretary Sheila Anderson. The other planting time in considered, home use annuals for window boxes and Cooney received the Presidential
officers will be appointed at a later gardeners can produce many colorful porch gardening. Award given each year to the person
annuals all winter. Remember, who the president feels has given
Charlene Howard, the however, the cool season annuals you Annuals can fee planted as seedsprobtained more time than expected to help
Organizational Leader in Lawtey, has plant in the fall must be able to endure as bedding plants which can Kiwanis.
stated several times that she would be frost I if they are planted out be transplanted into the garden. Bed- I IT Ii
thrilled to have more project leaders doors. ding plants are usually available at
involved with her club because the reasonable prices and offer flowers
Lawtey Club simply can't offer a lot Annuals which can be planted in quicker than growing your own plants Lunch MenusSchool
of the possible projects to their September to October include sweet from seed. 'j(;
members due to the lack of project alyssum browallia. calendula, can Lunch Menu for Bradford
leaders. dytuft, gaillardia, gypsophila, nastur- When buying seeds you get what Middle School. Vo-Tech School and all
you pay for. Seeds of named varietiesof Bradford County Elementary '
a specified color are more expen- Schools :
-alL sive than color mixtures. The latter OctoberS'9Monday.
should not be expected to produce : (.... $: Hamburger on bun. lettuce *' r
pickle, buttered corn, peaches' and milk.,
flowers of the
as high
quality more
COMMUNITY Tuesday 41.S: 8..K..I, chm, sun garden I ,
expensive seeds. If possible, plant salad apple cn.p. hoi rolli. and milk
seeds after the rainy season or small "' ...n......'. 111'1. II: ilotdog on bun. baked .beam H'W'
seeds may be washed away. The .,.w, fruit rup.and milk.Tkar.dsyr4kl. .
I: Country .Ift/.I.ak. Area onion'
other alternative is to start plants in ,
gravy turnip green cornbread fruit
flats so they can be moved to shelter jello.and milk .
IMPROVEMENT during.rain storms. Some annuals ......".Ocl.t: :Macaroni eh....... I/I.pi., 'd ham
such as nasturtium and sweet peas .and..ndwleh.milk.. buttered given pea, appleuuce,
should be planted directly where they
are to grow because they are difficultto BRADFORD HUill SCHOOL

I HOGHAM C.I./ Pete Says: transplant success--My ally.UJV. Regular fir''.' Kiwanis Member Accepts Presidential Award...

Keep a careful watch on young an- M.....'. Ocl. rl: Fiah portinna, cheese grits. slaw Secretary have :\Ic'ampbt'll. It'rt, prt'Mf'nlll :Mike
nuals. Their frail. cinnamon roll and milk. for oont'y with annual award
roots cup outstanding ice
are.shallow? SO' sere to the local
Volunteers Needed and 1W4ay. Ocl. I Beet-Vegetable ultine. KI"anl0'! !'ilar.f':'
Monday Wednesday... watering is po ,)
necessry until they are. spiced. bam *and.n-h., banana pudding, and ., ', .i iI
c.I. Pete is hollering for volunteers to help with a major clean-up effort well established. Pasts must' also be milk.Wednesday.. '.. j ,
set for Monday, Oct. 5, and kept under control.To ..rkl.7ChickenSricebullrr.dproaacarrot. ,; .
Wednesday. Oct. 7, as of the
part Community .. .ppl..."" .. cake cheeM roll, and V
Improvement Program sponsored by the Starke Woman's Club. milk.Tfarad.y.krra. .
Starting at 8 a.m. Monday volunteers produce compact bushy plants .....
will work In downtown Starke, according pinch off the : Spaghetti with meal
to Mrs. Mona Canova, CIP chairman. They will clean up around seedlings have top at pair least of three leaves after cheese. ulna' salad apple' crtap. .hot rolls. andmlk.

the post office area the Woman's Club the corner of Jefferson Street and leaves.This wjll produce lateral pairs bran of Friday Oc.. t Bean W.,...... turnip green .
west.Temple Ave. at Sears-Roebuck, the parkways on Jefferson Street east and ches and better quality plants. peacrMjTookie, ,cornbread.. and milk.

Wednesday at 8 a.m. volunteers will Most A-La-Carte ....,.... .
gather at Bradford Square and seed packages contain directions Hamburger, '1' i .i'VI. I .
literally work their way back to downtown Starke on US-301 and Walnut for planting and care of annuals .N.a1ay.Mkro puu.'french fro
Street. but experience the best teacher Tae.d.y, ekL a Hamburger. french 'r.ft. pi..... iir
It's all part of a busy fall planned back in for beautification The and 'mdkulukroW'.dmsday. 1egrnPl1.e
early August gardener who learns how to ..
suc ( ... I ..
and Cheeseburgers french t.
clean-up. Participation is expected from principals, teachers, and the cessfully grow annuals will produce fro. and milkshakes. pun .c
various civic clubs represented at the planning meeting. Plans for this fall magnificent color. in his wint r- n......'. ..... a Pizza-hamburg..,trench< Include cleaning approaches to all schools, planting azaleas at the vo-tech garden. So color It with Florida add milknak vf ESTABLISHED 1179
center and drivers' education area, and mowing around the Jiffy Store on flowers! YM4y.. ...sser'a. rrnch. .IN, H.mburl... pi.hi. ..... 'MEMBER
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It was also suggested that the ftbii, '*r'J .,
'area between the football stadium and, ; Publlrhd..chThurrd..n4.nt.r.4s.S.iend .ii _:'.
Orange Street, as well'a..arom the traffic light on SR-IS past Starke Supplements for 1981 BUS Seniors Available Par OMIc .! Stark, rf... under. t:,nit (A.N.r.r M. ,;,
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Elementary, should be cleaned and mowed. l/c1,1i
The :
Plans for keeping trash around school areas and on approaches to the city 1981 graduates supplements| of for the 196081 yearbook have come in and are available to I lu'\lUfptl rat. .in ...... .....1. P.,YN.a as tls MOn.h.

have been discussed. Including participation of school children Boy Seniors 1981 should comely OWl....'. ...... a.. .1 910 ..., Y.ap SSJQ
the front office at BHS to pick their II" Montb.
Scouts. Girl
Scouts Cub Scouts and civic clubs. lemtnu up, ; sup "'--....4355 .
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i. Cathy.LeMire and Wayne Wood o '! ,1f1 :The: Doh Hallgrens Honored ats: ; \, '

'r ti';':;&:; 'Married. Sept. 19 at First Baptist Church The Social S't Going Away PartyDon ..

.:s: Hallgren, youth and choir and arrangement of rust and apricotsilk
The First Baptist Church, Starke director of Pine Level Baptist Church flowers.
was the setting for the wedding of Gladys Mooty : Of The. and Mrs. Hallgren were honored at a The refreshment table in'the dining
I Cathy LeMire, daughter of Mr. and going-away party Wednesday night of room was centered' with an
Mrs. William LeMTre of Starke to Society Editor, last week following prayer meeting, epergnette with blue tapers and blue
Wayne Russell Wood, son of Mr. and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen and white silk flowers. Crystal and
; -: Mrs. Russell Wood of Lawtey on : $64-7608 Ne Alvarez Jr, for the young people of silver trays held chips, dips, sand-
:::. : Saturday Sept. 19,at 7 p.m. with Rev. ws' D'The the church. wiches, cookies and goodies.The .
:;t;:: Ben Bryant performing the nuptials &O : Throughout the party rooms were young people of the church
F.: ;c Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist, andE' 5i : blue and rust silk owers, party presented the Hallgrens with a signed
.i. Kevin Neel, soloist presented a program a., decorations and streamers for the oc picture album of the church young
-r, .- of nuptial music. casion. people and a placque during the even-
7.: The chancel area of the church was Titus OlsonsTo Gracing a table in the Hvingroom
:- centered with a heart candelabra was a epergnette with rust candles ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Hallgren moved to
';2, ::: holding burning tapers; flanked by Celebrate Ocala on Saturday.
( two standing arrangements of 50th Anniversary
gladiolus daisies Weeks, U.D.C.To .
chrysanthemums, and, carnations pompoms in, Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson will Meet Oct. 7 Did Yw Ii..w...........

blue, pink, yellow and white. Two celebrate their golden wedding an- ,
spiral candelabra on either side of the niversary Sunday, Oct. 11, from 3 to 5 The W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C.
standing arrangements completedthe p.m. at a reception given In the First will meet Wednesday, Oct. 7,at 3 p.m. Eugene Rader of Peoria III., Mrs.
setting.Ronald United Methodist Church Fellowship" at the Western Steer Steak House for Evelyn Standard and Mrs. Annettie
Wood attended his brotheras Hall by friends and family. e' their first fall meeting. Junkins of West Frankfort, III., and
best man. Ushers were Michael No local invitations are being Hostesses will be Mrs. O.L. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford of
LeMire, brother of the bride and Issued but all friends and relativesare Beasley, Mrs. J.W. Kincaid and Mrs. Tavares were Thursday to Sunday
David Marlowe cousin of the groom. invited to attend. J.D. Seymour. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early and
.:;; Mrs. Phillip Hall served as matron Mr. and Mrs. Olson add "We hope attended the Eaves-Waterhouse wed-
'i of honor. She wore a light blue gown you will help in compiling a book ding on Friday night.
..;t" featuring a shirred bodice with which recalls a memory or experience 1 Woman's Club
=i2: spaghetti straps and matching lace yr with us during our first 50 + Executive BoardTo Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slone of Miami
:. jacket tied at the waist. She carried a years of marriage. Please send it to and daughter, Mrs. Harlan Jenningsand
i.::. nosegay of daisies, miniature carna- us as soon as possible; we ask that no Meet baby son of Gaineville were Mon-
$;_- lions, pompoms and baby's breath other gifts be sent. We believe that The Starke Woman's Club day visitors of Mrs. L.H. Jennings.
executive -
-*- the bride's chosen colors. the loving memories we have shared
: Christy Wood, niece of the groom, with our family and friends would be board will meet Wednesday, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. W.H.
Oct. 7, at 12 noon at Western Steer
=. was flower girl. the most Measured gift we would everreceive" Steak House. Thomson and Mrs. John Griffin at-
::-"': The bride, given in marriage by her N' tended the annual meeting of the
::?: father, wore a beautiful long gown J Florida Division of the American
with a Queen Anne neckline, an em- 7 t.wJ -.. P--' ....... .. ___ BHS 1976 Class Cancer Society in Jacksonville Friday -
::., pire waist with a bow in back. The h Planning to Sunday.
w.. .: bodice was trimmed in chantilly lace. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson MeetingTo
E:: '. The full length veil was trimmed with Elks News Be Held

.: chantilly lace and she carried a all Members of BHS 1976! class are ask- Fall Sale
Starke Elk and Elkette members NowatRosier'
.: white silk cascade of roses, enchant attending North District Deputy Carl ed to attend a class reunion planning Nursery
ment lilies and stephanotis. Moore's visitation to the GainesvilleElk lasagna LuncheonAt meeting Tuesday, Oct. 6. at 7 p.m. in Walnut St.

;:. A reception was held in the church 1tI.:... -- Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Nichols, Mr. and For Sale ItemsTina'
... Fellowship Hall. Mrs.Jerry Crockrell Wood Mrs. Bob Strunk, Mr. and Mrs. Bill lasagna luncheon will be served
V kept the bride's book at a table Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Finucan, Mr. and Mrs. George W. by the Starke Woman's Club in the ___ __"...u_. ____.. _....
covered with a white lace cloth and serving the cake were Betty Marloweand Brown, J.D. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs.. :club building on Friday, Oct. 16, from -e1 y I '' / I
held white and Porter aunt and "
light blue wicker Mrs. Charles ,
of each with I
Frank Ottinger, Mr. and Mrs. Don 11:30: -1:30: at a cost $1.50
baskets filled with rice. Stephanie sister of the groom. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. George Domi- sot extra for dessert. The public is In-
Porter and Cheryl Hilliard out two round tables were
The punch
passed nianni, Max Mooneyham, John vited to attend. s ,
the rice bags. covered with lace cloths and centered
Take-out orders will be available.
Cook John War
Dorothy ,
The bride's table was covered witha with crystal punch bowls encircled Tickets be obtained from Little ItalyRestaurant
ren, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eddy may
white lace cloth and centered with a with fern and summer flowers.. members or at the door. i..
three tiered wedding cake topped Presiding at the punch bowls were .
with a bride and groom and encircled Mrs. Bud Spears, Miss Denise Booth
with fern and pompoms in the bride's and Mrs. Daryl Hilliard. ...................... .. U.S. 301 S., Starke
colors. The cake Gatlin-
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crystal dishes of nuts and mints and a burg, Tenn. the couple is residing at
chocolate groom's cake. Cutting and 2285 Sleepy Hollow Drive, Starke. 2 Winter Fashions OPENS FRIDAY gg.
The bride and groom are both'graduates

.: Mrs George Copelond The bride of is Bradford employed High at Hardee'sand School. 2 Summer Clearance Sale QQ A \\ October 2nd aor

:. Celebrates the groom is employed at Den-'
Birthday mark Furniture Co.. sava at Serving Homemade
Mrs. George, Copeland was complimented B\Scu\\\ Fresh Sashed
at a birthday dinner party Eaves-Waterhouse eee........ o encore l Home Cooked Meals
last Thursday evening at Turkey Rehearsal DinnerA Fresh VtgcUbtai Homcmad MMBniklitt
Creek Restaurant in Gainesville Anytime Il 'OOSPE
given by Mrs. John Griffin, Miss dinner party was held at the ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHOP'

son.Lillian Stump; and Mrs:W.H. Thom Methodist night following the wedding-Hall-Thursday rehearsal.,. 32t Temple, Ave..Open Mortal I,,,9-5.: ... ;.fiU ,, i.?, )(j.H '. . Is I 111! LT1ES

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Mr. Copeland and Mr. and Mrs. Jim The tables were covered with gold
Womack and sons, Bill and Brad. cloths. The head table was centered I y '. .
with an arrangement of fall silk + .-..::::
flowers. Peach colored, decorated
Mrs. Pete Richardson hurricane candles centered the individual -

l Shower Honor.. place cards tables.marked Hand the seating decorated arrangement We Don't Give i$1i.II'IIII' $ .

L 'Mrs. Pete Richardson, a recent for the 42 guests which in- ,
" bride,was honored at a bridal shower cluded the wedding party, immediate
night given by the ladies of families and out-of-town guests.
\tt' the Madison Street Baptist church During the dinner the honored cou- !'\/:: i\I):::: : :'; ; ,,.
\'held in the fellowship Hall. ple presented gifts -to their atten- :
dants.. Away I
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yellow pompoms i and.a garland of Anderson .. ... I
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We are
Robert Starling, grandmother of the Mrs.Daniel Anderson in Lake Butler. : competitiveos !
.honoree: and Mrs. Tillman Richardson The Mickey Mouse theme was carried
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Cake and ice served. gbirmgoth9dubnn1i &e II I Is
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JVlrs. 'J.E:" Wilson, Mrs. Edward Sr., Mrs. -Lila Dowling, Mrs. d'- : jnol nub lone aavh:
.., Mrs. L.N. Pickering baa xod wobii.'iol IIIOJ. "-
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?f. returned Wednesday of last week: r n i rial -
nis Dowling, all of Starke, Mr. and
after three weeks vacation in,Knox- Mrs.John P. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. k TIt -
ville,Tenn. and the Smoky Mountains W.P. Jones of Chicago, III. 1' .ec d. ; QmQ petition i I

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I Adn rotor. C. E.t'St' enJdj ') ,;R RttT r'' KimbfllyAnn BoWfondKenpethSellers.MarriedAug20Mr. {\] ; [

'( f Mwk( .P'I' f'-\r; '\Hl1Mhr'!! \ u ; :",. ;r' 'W '"{ 1;,4fra C',' :, presided "'- also
th&e cake topped -
Y KWt; J'l Ann Boyer dititthtepW!! tiered :wedding
Service I
Gh' Helicopter: Mr.and Mrs. Charles Boyer Stanur-( '- with a bride andgroom.' Mary Wright kept TIle the the.e":;I In .
t''i cut the cake.r' Seifers
\ and KenmUvDaJe Sellers, son of Mr.
fl Mr. I
c: J' O'Steen* .hospital& admlnistratar -" seriously Injured were transported te and Mt* -onnle'pe1. 4btLawte; The punch table was covered with a ,
gave a talk ;,on the Alachua General'Hospital within. ,,19'' were .,ta. jhu dda 1 ,I' white satin' cloth and centered with a at Winn-Dixie.
Helicopter service at the- hospital at- minutes. Aug. 20> *. ; Al 'I. crystal'punch,bowl. Carrie Severs
the Bradford County Hospital.Au4 Doris Overstreet, weed Church ', t'perf ;'. .. : io \} B1
iliary Western dinner-meeting Steer Steak Monday House. nightat ed new over members the meeting: Lena'and Daugherty, .ming theMrs. y 8 maUl, : ; fH/; ; Local: Woman, New Attorney ', ;:7ftH I

Becky/Bastard,program chairman, Willa Jean Terry,Carol O'Steen,Barbara ..,, L.A.\\;', ( rganlst.
introduced the speaker who talked on 1 Cain and Sally Hatmaker, presented a.-.progra,' : i nuptial ''Mrs.:' Jerri L.S. Langer was sworn
the STAT flight, service serving 18 Sandi O'Briant Johnson gave an; music.'t. B'' & In Us an attorney in the state of
counties;' He explained the Shared outline of the hospital carnival which, The altar was highly d with two Florida Wednesday,September by
Services with the surrounding coun will be held this Saturday at the Fairgrounds arrangements of' bli #;'jfwhite and Judge Sanders of the District Court in
ties. The helicopter which can travel and the parade proceeding., } yellow carnations;; d 19M. gladiolus Gainesville. Mrs. Langer, who lives
140 miles an hour can make a run to The feature story on the carnival appears : and baby's breath In front.of a heart in Starke on Raiford Road, graduated
Alachua General Hospital in 12-14 in another article In this weeks shaped candelabra.Th -choir Jof( 'from the University of Florida Law i
minutes. The cost for the service is paper. The Auxiliary will have a Flea was draped with, ;:*pYiengeri Interspersed School with honors in April. She is
$4.00 a mile plus a $100 minimum, Market at the carnival, under the with daisies. now enrolled lit the L.L.M. program
which is about twice as much as an direction of Mary Sessions., All '11: ', for a of special study in tax.
ambulance, but more expendablewhen members are asked to bring items for and Mrs. Kenneth Sellers Eddie Boatwright served as best Besides year her studies, she is doing
a time element is concerned.The the sale to the hospital auxiliary If special research in the area of -
Bradford County Hospital, which storeroom before Saturday. All itemsto man.Mrs.. Eddie Boatwright attended as law and changes implemented property during
has a landing pad in front of the be marked for size and price. D/fl/ Yw It'Dr ".-.:t..t.. matron of honor.She wore a long blue the last legislature.
building for the helicopter, is fortunate Carol O'Steen Is the Auxiliary float polyester gown with spaghetti straps .,'
to have such service. chairman for the parade and asked and jacket. She carried an arm bouquet -
Using as an example, O'Steen told for volunteers to ride in the float. ,.Ronald E. Dopson, along with of blue carnations. i. Did You Know...........
of a recent serious accident near Ada Reddish, year book chairman, Professor Jerry Bennett Off, the Lori Sellers, sister of the groom;,
Lawtey involving several people passed out the new books. University of Florida, officiated the was flower girl. Chuck Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler'''and
where the helicopter was called; and Twenty-seven members and guests Golf Atlantic Yacht Club's Fall Sailing brother of the bride, was ringbearer.Given ,Mrs. Richard Jockel spent Wednes-
was there within minutes and the attended the meeting.Did Races, Sunday on Lake Santa Fe in marriage by her father, day to Saturday in Marietta, Ga. Mrs. Jerri L. S. anger
with approximately 30 sailing vessels he bride wore a floor length white visiting Mr. Jockel who .was on two
You Know........... that entered in the race. This Is'a polyester and cotton gown with long weeks tour of active duty with. SelectIve I
series of races which will run through lace sleeves and lace V-neckline. Her Service.
November. crown of flowers secured her waist
Mrs. B.G. Mcintire of Ponta Vedra length veil of illusion. She carried a
Beach visited her parents, Mr. and Fall Sale bouquet of blue, yellow and white ... ..Itjkt'
BIRTHS Mrs. J.H. DuPre Wednesday of last Now at daisies,carnations, mums and baby's
week. breath.A .
WalnulSt.Nursery held In the Church KnittingClasses
reception was
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McDaniel of 13 I1
page Hall.
Brunswick, Ga. were last Thursday For Sale Items Fellowship The bride's table was covered witha
and Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. rJA\t\
Matthey/ Grayson Scott Gilbert Goldwire.Mr. I:. white lace cloth.,and centered a-'" (( !

and Mrs. Bruce Scott of Starke
announce the birth of a son, Matthew and Mrs. Mack Williams Jr. of TAiililMfi BOOTHS ARE DANGEROUS jjj$
Grayson born Sept. 27 in Alachua Macon Ga. are visiting Mrs.

General Hospital. He joins a brother Williams. Sr. this week. HAWAIIAN TANNING TABLETS t Start
Jeremy, age 2 1/2. FaD Sale
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and ,1 .
Now at
Mrs. W.T. Jackson Sr. and great Roster's NurseryWalnutSt. Beautiful tans without the sun Keep your summer ',1 & 8th

Jackson grandmother, all is of Mrs.Starke.Margaret Paternal B. tan without, ,the use ofdangerous tanning booths Oct.

grandmother is Mrs. Edna Scott of For see Sale page Items 13: Safe natural food coforings. Millions have taken

Starke. these tables without any known side effects.

Send for your box of 72 tablets specially priced
Adam Christopher Glisson Mr. and Mrs. T.N. Busch of at. .'29.05 plus '3.00 handling (check or '
money Qr- Call 964-6300
Ala. are Saturday to Friday '
Daphne der) from'' .
James and Hwa Cha (Nina) Glisson H.M. Richarde.
of Mrs.
announce the birth of a son, Adam guests
Christopher, born Sept. 15 in Shands of Starke
Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Rahn For registrationand
Teaching Hospital. He joins a sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Driggers of CREATIVE MARKETING

Jennifer Paternal, age grandparents 6. are Isadore Lake last week Butler from returned seven days Wednesday camping'of 1810 B. McMgari Ave. Dept A-U'f
further information
(Joe) and Wanda Glisson of Starke. trip to Nashville, Tenn. and Glasgow, Lansing. MichiGan 48O12:

Andrew Harlan JenningsMr. Ky.

and Mrs. Harlan Jennings of
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Gainesville announce the birth of a ,
son, Andrew Harlan, born Sept. 16 in li -
Alachua General Hospital.
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. L.H.

Jennings of Starke. Maternal grand- ...
rents are Mr,andjnrs.Ed Slone of. ,.. r. + "
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Judge and Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr. at-
tended the Circuit Judge's Conference -
in Panama City Sunday to
Wednesday of last week.

Roster's Walnut Fall Now Sale Nursery at St. ."!. rJLJ! D' S ;+

For see Sale page Items 13 !.';' 8 \

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green spent
last week in the Smoky Mountains. _______
c seafood hambuIgsFrA
Bob Wilson and Mrs. May Bohannon !{
of Tampa were last Wednesday 4'
overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. .II
Hardy. oo you: It1' !

Miss Anne Haynes spent the 1- "' "
weekend with her sister, Mrs. Marcia \ "
Welch in Savannah, GA. \v i 1

Mrs. J.W. Kincaid visited her
sister, Mrs. C.C. Hoppe in Tampa N, OWNERSo"3'OI i '

Thursday to Tuesday 'I ., : """!,

Blackshear Mrs. Don, Neighbors Mrs. Herbert, Mrs Thomas James, 'dedlcateg{ tgr: the highest standards 1 possible... !I.?... ... '4 ::. t rQ

Mrs. Ben Padgett and Dan Williams h :-'

of St. Mark's the Diocese Episcopal of Florida Church annual attended NEW 'i'I I

Fall Ministries Conference in M'Ai N GEM'E
Gainesville Friday and Saturday.The '
keynote speaker was Bishop C. : $:

Judson Child of the Atlanta Diocese. serving the ;:.f1IQttest quality seafood and giving the best service P SSI : ::''';
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Rev. and Mrs. W.M. Dunagan of d.. ; ,.
Dalton, Ga. were Sunday visitors of !*.
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby.
rift, "
Jay Eaves left Monday for basic ; .
training with the Army National .
Guard at Fort Dix, N.J. r'I. !
: present these'coupons: below l and save on delicious seafood. '
Mrs. L.H. Jennings returned last '
Friday after nine days in Baptist r --w r-w r r r r r w w r r w r r r r r r,I' -r -- -- - --- ------,r------------ ___ __ __ '.

Memorial Hospital for tests. Buy Onq ',; '''
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Mrs. L.A. Canova'Sr. attended a .
birthday dinner for Donna Canova at ; .. < t 1- ,., Buy One ',. .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. 'jf.tri :

Canova,Jr. in Gainesville on Sunday. : Get OnelFreeA :III: ,; ;:$ IIII
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The junior Canova family have mov- '/UO: : ...
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Free i iFish .
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Mr. and Mrs./Tom Casey and Mr.and 'IIII II .
Mrs. Lee Casey and daughter. .: 'Chip1H "r" ) "p IIII :: :' ,a
Tara were vacationing in Spartan- i
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NewsBy -'6 4 .. .0.- '___ --=-_ __ ___ -6.0..- ....:.. ..., Community NewsByElliabethG.Walker. .,- .0. -- -
Lawtey ..
will be'observed, ,. Church) Sunday School at, 9:30: a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid J Denmark Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Sunday afternoon. ( T- ..Home.Mission will be Mrs. Communion Service at 2 p.m.
Elizabeth Mr.and Mrs.Les McClellan Phone 9C4-W83: at 3 p.m. The speaker A.M.E.
Terry Agnes Basford. and Mrs. Evelyn spent a .., of Women Greater Allen Chapel
Phone 782-3300 Rivers of Jacksonville visited their week at Safari Camp Grounds in I/.R. Davis, president' The Church: Plans are made to observe.
Convention. publics
Church Schedules nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. Alacnua. They returned home on. NAACP: The Bradford County Home Mission Women's Day Oct 18.
Church of GodSunday School 10 George Shuford and family on Sept.20 Thursday evening. Branch NAACP will meet Monday invited. __ A ..A. _-;....- .c ....-
a.m, Worship Services 11 a.m. and 8 In the afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Tim Wilkerson went with Winning Oct. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the annex of Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist United Pentecostal Church
p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE and Mrs.John Steele were Sun- Women of Florida and over the Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. Church: Friday Oct. 4. at 5:30: r.m., 204 N. Water Street 964-7420
will sell
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. day dinner guests of their Soninlawand United States some women of All interested citizens and the men of the Church is Pastor: O.L.Wells
Evergreen BaptlstSunday School daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jacksonville and Starke went with members are invited to attend.. The and spaghetti dinners. The public Friday at 7:30 p.m.Youth Service;
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Walker. them to St.Simons Island Ga;, on the help of everyone is needed. '* "" Invited. Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. sale and
7 p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright, of 18, 19. and 20. Their Speakers were American Legion Post 3H: Com Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Holy Market Sunday at 10 a.m. Sunday
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Tallahassee spent the weekend with Kay Arthur and Hazel Goddard. All mander Royal. is asking all Communion at 8 p.m. School, 7:30 p.m.
Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a.m. their Mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- of them enjoyed the trip and the placewas Legionaires of the Post to meet in the Pleasant Grove United Methodist vice. Tuesday at 9 Evangelisticprayer
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 wright. beautiful.Mr. annex of New Bethel Baptist Church. Church Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. meeting. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. BIble -
p.m. Prayer.Meeting Wednesday at Deepest Sympathy of the community Bernard Rosier, of Live Oak. Tuesday Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Communion Service at 3 p.m. Study.
is extended to the relatives of Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanon Fellowship Tea: Correction from Mt. Morlah United Methodist
7:30First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45: John Wilkerson because of his deathon Saturday afternoon. last week. Dell Chapter will sponsor a -- -- a
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Tuesday night. The relatives Mary Anderson spent the weekend Fellowship Tea. next Friday. Oct. 4,
7:30 p.m. Training Union 6:30: p.m. would like to thank all the friends for with her friend Miss Susan Summersin at 3 p.m. at the Greater Allen Chapel }1 As seen recently on television and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 food flowers etc., during this time of Starke. A.M.E. Church. The title was wrong the "Saturday Evening -* t". For
sorrow. Mrs. C.C. Brannon was the honoreefor last week. The public is Invited. COSMETIC! complimentary facial call 475.1617of
p.m.Grace United Methodist:Sunday Mrs. Ralph Wise returned home a surprise Stork shower at the Church Activities ,. 9GWIJ111.. .
School 9:4: : a.m. Worship Services 11 Sunday Sept 20 after having had home of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberts Ebezener Baptist Church: Serviceswill .
a.m. and 7 p.m.Highland surgery in Orange Park Community on Sunday afternoon Sept.2?. Guests begin with Sunday School at 9:30
Missionary Baptist Hospital on Sept 14. She was able to were Mrs.James Chamberlin and her a.m. Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
:Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship come to Church on Sept 27 for Sunday daughter Laura, Mrs. Dennis -
Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Choir School and church. Roberts. Mrs. Buddy Sapp and Mrs. ,
Practice Sunday night at 8 p.m. Mrs. Wendie Smyth and daughter Mickey Moore. She received lovely I
Prayer Meeting Wednesdsay 7:30: Elizabeth Smyth and a little friend gifts Cake Punch, and potato chips
p.m..The Old Fashioned Day at the June Lockwood of Jacksonville and dip were the refreshments. NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE
church was a success. They had more spent the weekend with her parents.Col. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cousin Rickh
than 100 persons present. They had !. and Mrs. Wm Wilson. Render and his nephew Tray Johns ,
dinner after the morning service and Mrs. Les McClellan celebrated her of Lake Butler came to visit them
singing in the afternoon. 69 birthday on Saturday Sept.26, Mrs. Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Laura BaptlstSunday School 9:45: Margie Reddish Mr. Johnny Tomlin- and Mrs.J.B. Gaskins Mr. and Bradford County Occupational Licenses
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 son of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. James Shuford and family Mr.
30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat McClellan and son Jeff, of Heilbron and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and family Mr.
7:30: Springs Mr. and Mrs. Claude Revels and Mrs. William Gaskins Mr. and Are Due ... .
Long Bridge BaptlstSunday School and son DeWitt and Bratt. She also Mrs. Jason Hilliard and Jay all of
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. received a call from her son Ronnie Lawtey.Mrs.Juanita Keen.Mrs. Inez .: "
and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting McClellan and family of Vidalia Ga., Dyal Mr. and Mrs. Keen Jr., and '
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. wishing his Mother a Happy BIrth- daughter of MacClenny Mrs. October 1 /1981 .\
Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday day. They served cake and Ice Delphna Starling, of Lakeland Mr.
School 10 a. m. Worship Services 11 Cream for refreshments. and Mrs. B.B. Rosier of Live Oak Mr.
a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union at 6 Vince Still (Foster son of Mr. and and Mrs. Jame Milliard and Miss before due date.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Mrs. Henry Smith) spent weekend'' Francis Johns of Starke. Mr. and #** Save .A Penalty... Pay on or
pm. with his ex-foster Parents Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Barnes and family of
NorlhsldeBaptlstSundaySchool 10 Mrs. Bruner in Lake Butler Holley Jacksonville Mrs. and'Mrs. Jerry I Esther S. Hall! :
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Stills spent the weekend with ther Starling and three daughters of
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at friend Crispy Starling in Starke. Orange Park gathered at the home of Tax Collector
7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Copeland, of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Gaskins for a Fish
Smyrna Missionary Bap- St. Augustine were visiting their Fry on Saturday night. Sept. 26.
tistSunday( School 10 a.m. Worship Aunts Mrs. Rossie Reddish and Mrs.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
Meeting at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting at
7:30 on Wednesday night.

Mrs. O.J. Anders spent a few days
with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. EVERYONE SAVES DURING
and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of Milliard
Their son and daughter-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Jenkins and family
of Tampa came by and carried her to
see their parents and brought her

home. .
J.C. Prevatt, of Gainesville visited
his Mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on A A 0'NG
Wednesday Sept. 16.
Mrs. Frank Camp attended the B \
Business and Professional Womens .
Club. District 3 with the Starke BPWin
Gainesville on Saturday.Mrs. .
Cecil Wade of Tampa Mrs.
Pearl Boyer of Fairfield Miss
Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville, and
Mrs. Fred Moore of Lawtey went to (
Augusta, Ga., and visited their _
brother, and Rev. and sURI I I l .
Mrs. George Boyer who lives in the _

St.Wednesday Johns <..Tower WhU therebay Monday vteltad until ";
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Galloway Mrs. : .
Cecil Wade remained with Mrs.
;? 2.
Moore and will be with her until Mon -- I :tr J. i

Judy Miscally is working in

Mrs. Ralph Wise's place in the This month we're saying"Thanks" II. ; ; ' Lawtey Elementary School Cafeteria America's Senior Citizens with specialsavingsforeveryone."monks"foreverything .
until she recuperates from her
surgery in Orange Park Community KEEBLER
Hospital on Monday Sept. 14. you've done for us. For everything you've
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter and given us. You're the folks who have made II GILLETTE SCOPE CLOROX 2 RICH 'N CHIPS

girls and their Mother Mrs. Lois America great. "Thanks! TRAC3ZBLADES MOUTHWASH.DRY BLEACH COOKIES. 1 ,',
Carter attended Mr. Elish Griffis's 86 .

night Birthday given party by their at Raiford daughters.Saturday If you're 60 or over II sale. P y Kt9ge, 40-ouNce 289'S.'e' 1,1, : 1e BONUS ou cE PACK'r; r 9g.n'

Henry Hodges and son Mark attended Priced ......... J Sele' Priced .......... .........., ..... ,' nnuiwi.3iat.Af' A'Cfl JI I\T
the Stock Car Races at Lake Cityon oil va got seniorityat i t II Twin blade cartridge. Limit 1 Mint taste. Shatterproof bottle. Safe I. washable fabrics! :Limit! 1 I .pt: Saturday night. I Limit 1 .1'1..10 '
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Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Aguiar, of t Eckerd. I .4 clJRs." !!*.." -.. "" >
Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Truman Norman on Saturday night. We're proud to give you a Senior Citizen's m
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and 10% Discount on all Eckerd Prescriptions "

family of Bryceville were Sunday and vitamins. Eckerd Club members have 1m SUAVE MINI NOW A MrN7 ,
dinner Mrs. Fleam guests of their parents. Mr. an saved millions of dollars since Eckerd SHAMPOO MYLANTALIQUID LATER BARS'' ', a tlffif0SHARER ro
Starling. *
pioneered Senior Citizen discounts ._o or SLIWJIMSIMM. ,
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years ago. Is......., ....W7 SUM "B Of YOU* S Did You Know........... A protein am*. Priced ntacld'l. I CHOICE ..WW- .. ;eiy, 1 IVST To l-OC .
special offer IIDrYO'ojJY;' ? W 13'oz.MiniNOw 4 J vrlewc| ,' li oi.a.o-a.
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our Senior Citizen II Limit 2 i

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown Club Members & r .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McMillanin I.

Jacksonville last Wednesday after- new applicants.Just FLEET VICTORS 'TABLETOP ,
noon. DISPOSABLE t ._
stop by our Pharmacy and ask for m ENEMA 11'
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Gene and Wayne Kuschel and Marcia regular price Prescriptions, health and i After shampoo Choice of assorted' s

Burdette and of Jacksonville of were Mrs.Satur L.H. beauty aids,candy.and many other things : treatment. Limit 1 Premeasured. flavors. Limit 2 .J r otrllrt s0 Sunday guests
day as*
you need everyday. Dispasable.limit2's ,
Jennings. They visited Mr. and Mrs. II e dAr9Tlihlegs
Harlan Jennings and baby son in '
Gainesville Saturday evening. Join today.

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Hosier's Now Nursery at | Membership is free I a.OUNCE VITAMIN C SHORTS NOTEBOOK
Walnut SI.seepage Priced eel. ....WW QQ .300....ala oaa asgas, ? ::r' .
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Turner. James had dinner Barron and last Mrs.Thursday Janet I SENIOR CITIZEN CLUB : 1' It!, }. '" lire '4, colors. _

night in Jacksonville with Mrs. JohnF. -
Burton and daughter Peggy from : APPLICATION FORM : .

Knoxville. Tenn. ..
Mrs. T.H. Slade underwent an appendectomy I NAME CASUAL 1E
In St. Vincent's Hospital I LOTION 1-PINT SHOE
last Saturday. ADDRESS I a : w' .".. f% /i.C: 1 ;. No.5NO 'a.4. 2/300'
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Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned Sun. .1 I Plnt.izeplastJc'Ir E ,= ,...... Assorted fashion .
day after five weeks visit with her I SIGNATURE I ollient.Penetrating Limit em. bottler,Limit; 1 .I.111 Cushioned' ;Insoles. boxed stationery. ,
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daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. I Slipnsistanleoles.I
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1 Among the out-of-town guests at the I PIeo..enfOImeo.o.oI..fcks.nIOrC"I. "' __L__ You're Going to Like '
Eaves-Waterhouse wedding Friday Drug CM I omr.z.. receMng Social Se- I '"
I night were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. rn.mbp.inv: :=-,tor ClflMnCluai Mcft quawv under-m*tor I fr ___ Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer!

Eaves and daughter. Melissa of West com. m.nothing aid doe*/w ma m' hote'e" + ...,.......G.I.n>prmls
Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace any.Oy I 0110 unaentondl ipemoennfc H bf my I ,'., every roll o' color or Black.' .
Wroten and son David and Mrs. San- own Denonat"..Only' one etucHecl ro conception torooNgato I ",, Mm' deveiooed and crimed ndrule TODAY
di Tanksley of Miami. Miss Emily I nDyUM ow_ "SlIMS N IIIIiM 10 A&11It'0I 1. EVERYDAY .' ,'. .
Waterhouse and Mr. and Mrs. Harry !lotS I'\AH AI ANY//we) I .. ale. "''''... Gel two" roili of pni film
Poole of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. I !me price ol one Koflicoior I or black' end
Jack Waterhouse, Sr. of Palatka. 1 ...)."yo./.>aveyourMmproceiedM
Mrs. Beatrice Benson and son. Greg GEi Cckird. TOOAJf AND EVERYDAY '

l of Colquitt. Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs. I you No.,...,.-..."if me goof...m
Walter Woolfe Wesley and Janet me picture (eking
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It sounded 'like a Super Bowl booted his second successful extra r+w t'I"i Tf'r..
:celebration at. the Bradford High point and Bradford owned a 14-fl .Nr
School fleldhouse Tuesday night. lead.
What was it all about Baldwin got the ball back near
A football victory that's what... a midfield but two long bombs fell just lal
'.14-8''Come-from-behind win by the over the receiver's hands and Jamie '
'Tornado 9th grade squad against Whitehead applied a vicious hit on a'
visiting Baldwin. draw play as the visiting Eagles
Now that may not sound like a big were stopped cold.
deal to some but don't tell that to the The first BHS touchdown came
players, Coaches parents fans, and after a drive of some 40 yards when
cheerleaders who were Involved in Antonio Jones raced 21 yards with
or witnessed Tuesday night's vic. an option pitchout but Baldwin a
tory. After four straight defeats class AA school had a TD and tack- 'al ,waet
handed to the school's varsity and ed on a two-point conversion to holdan
junior varsity squads the last a 8-7 halftime edge.
55-0 pasting inflicted on the varsity When asked about standouts Line
by Palatka Friday the win was Coach Lanier Clyatt was quick to
sweet indeed. answer "My big'uns did a job." He
"Man it feels good" Head Coach was talking about Thornton and !
Rick Stevens confirmed with a smile Whitehead, who both go over 250 N ;w I tit:, wr
when asked how it felt to be a win- pounds and show both the desire anda
ner. knack for knocking people down.
The game the season opener for He also praised the work of Clint
the ninth grade team was a tight Hutcheson and two-way starters
one all the way with the young Tornadoes Michael Colvin and Daniel Duffy.

finally notching the deciding Stevens said his whole backfield ..... .,... "-
score with just 1:50 left in the con- Impressed him quarterback Warren
test. A fumble recovery by big and running mates Robert The Victorious Freshman Team...

Donald Thornton set up the climactic Bellamy (who busted a couple of The ninth grade boys who won Tuesday night's game to break a 4-game Spilie. Frank Sheffield. Matt Widener Jamie Whitehead Mike Early. An-
scoring drive a 50 yard march long runs), Gerald Brown and An- football losing streak at Bradford High are pictured above. tonio Jones.
that ended with quarterback Barry tonio Jones. They are: front row left to right. Gordon Smith Clint Hutcheson Andy Third row. I. to r., Richard Crosby. Gerald Brown Oliver Tyson Kerry
Warren sneaking over from the ode "They all looked good" Stevens Nugyen, Barry Warren Robbie Boone Doug Samons Chuck Goodowns. hall Daren Chandler. Robert Bellamy Donald Thornton. Kevin Gnann. Rusty -
for the TD. John David Francis said, generously passing out praise Second row,1. to r., Daniel Duffy Mike Colvln John David Francis Robert Sullivan. Richard Orton. and Barry Boswell.

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DA\ Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals who are going to make sure you are completely satisfied. They RoutedYou
I take continuing education courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in drugs.They always try to

save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts and generic drugs whenever possible.They will also save you time
by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand! don't have to do much to make
Palatka High's football team look
goodthe Panthers are unbeaten
((3-0)) and ranked second in the state.
But last week Bradford High's Tor-
nadoes (()-2) did about everything
they could to make the Panther look'
every b\l *Rood a*tbatloUYrtnttlnft
j# I generously dishing out turnovers'
S ((5), poor punts (3 traveling less than
13 yards), and busted allow
,3r. the Panthers to rack up an embarrassingly -
___ easy 55-0 victory that will go
k 0
6atlce arr/ down as the most lopsided loss In the
50-year history of Bradford High
School football.

,. The margin outsized two 53-pomt
shellackings handed to BHS years
ago. In 1938 Jasper smothered the
Co". NEI MiN '- E 0 Tornadoes 53-0 and in 1969 Lake City
0 routed the Tornadoes 59-6.
BHS was obviously outgunned by a
I BOUNCE ARM HAMMER GLADE SOLID EVEREADY"C"or"D" Panther outfit that generated nearly
i! BAKING SODA BATTERIES 400 yards of offense (398)). for the
FABRIC SOFTENER AIR I, most part' thanks to 11 different

jt ,11iwb) 00 Hi 79 o/f 00 ASSORTED AUin. : PACK OF2 ballcarriers who averaged 7.7 yards
YOU SHEETS I / 9 8Se in
'T71mIJ; /1 Bd.i YOUR CHOICE 00 per carry totaling 323 yards on the

ran ..S.lePrlcecic, Prlcwl ............. FOR "Prldady''!.' y." fO RpulalA9........... ground. But where the. Tornadoes
r"j-'W'. TdC6iheIlSOL For static free" laundry.Price reflects For baking& other household uses. :.'Conditions"the ii Choice of Heavy duty power cells(for radios. hoped to play field position football-
iuce'Lfrnlt; 2 15 off IabeI,,Llmlt 1 Limit 3 assorted fragrances. Limit 2 flashlights & some appliances. : pinning Palatka deep in its own territory -
dA m forcing the high-scoring
W visitors to at least"earn" their points
m with long drives .. what actually: happened
m was exactly the opposite. Them
HOUSEHOLD PLASTICS. YIP-PRO? Panthers were handed scoring oppur-
.1r.eL uaoRY eAall t RID. A DUO [:, : DAZEYFLEAarlCK % tunnies on a silver platter, and they
so-oT. rEelw i I DRYER q" II CAN WK gobbled up the short yardage needed
6oAtL01 fcS7rMlr 14.0UIIICI Soon OMIII: (* t n OPENER m for six-pointers 'to. devour the Torm .
TRASH CARagulw Rp 433 nadoes.
J.M =? ..... ..... .ICKIKDIAiC.MICI 10"
YOU CHOICE Y> ; '' "Do It yourself pest _ua." .jr8Y.R:" ..-3 EE_? S.w9,11 ,.+ mt Game Played on Half them
J ifteoratoraolora. control Premixed. FIMALCOtT With Field...
bag ,
goo Limit 2 F :uain ........,.799 ... | If ever a game was played on one
Bf Rpul.r14 U 4 side of the gridiron it was this one. In
clr "\ : .
2speCds1batyFoldsfortravel.LLOYD'S:: !
the first half the ball never touched
LED 9 Palatka territory except of course
POLLENEXr when the visitors teed it up for one of
WICKER JV STAND or 10"x17" AM/FM "PURE AIR 90'PURIFIER / their seven first-half kickoffs. The second -
ASSORTMENT] -_ ,. CLOCK half was nearly a carbon copy
Rpa ... UDIO STAND -"a-=- RADIO''' played completely on Bradford's side
YOUR'4NOICa +, II ? 5884 _"' 0.JH2BP Hfl.M.n of the 50 except for two plays first
00 36.**
2/-1 'YOUR CHOICE Cast q. 23' when Bradford's second half kickoff
FOR B /::a scooted out of bounds at the Panther
Fans, bowls smelL I Rflulaf2 .M ...... .. &justable vents. 29" 2 speeds.Cleans' 43, and then again when Bradford's
baskets & more. Woodtonehickoryfinish.Easy to 24-hoursetaforget alarm with auto- & deodorizes air. secondrunter. Brian Thomas booted
t, assemble. With rollers. repeat & auto-shutpff.,: { his 23 to just over the
Panther 50 on the last play of the third
The Tornadoes actually started off
l ,-, KlaS'IJ-H.P. as if they would give the Panthers
-ssr WEEDER/
with LAMP
some resistance. A 12-yard BUS punt
....PT -7t
SPRAY"r TRIMMER 300 NV.ISMOM ,. set PHS up at the Bradford 47 but
K-OUNCK R.put.r. I4.M TELE-EKTRACAMERAR.S.SS'ee II .a.M Palatka's yardage didn't come easyon

a.I.Priced ...... 244, i'r-: 18" R...H... 1999 1?yall! I' 23" its first possession. And Tornado
2719 tackle Dale
Regular 1 or ScentS. ...- ... Trims around ......-.. ............t... cefDC,2=trr. = ,Orows /al rm set fumble at the Buchanon 22 to turn pounced the Panthers on a
11 Irnit2, ,. 0 trees & shrubs. Telephotolensacover/handle weather& TV button. Hi/Low away.
protects lens: channels 2-13. dimmer for lamp.ZEBC6404 BUS went nowhere and quarterback

i John Thompson intercepted
z SPRINGFIELDPATIO ORAN PRIX AM/FM by Palatka's Ricky Mulberry at the
& QUARTZ STEREO' Tornado 35 to set up the game's first
OUTDOORTHERMOMETER" a CLOCK COMBO NO.taoo ... : Oa score, a 22 yard burst on a sweep by
K Mo.MMN >L Q *...1..... O f ifi Darrell Oliver.
12", ... .: 0 eo a. IS.M .... 49"' The Tornadoes again were stoppedon
... 688
p a.o. PrtoM.,. 179"Btrack&css
....V.y 12"Cordless. 3 offense but they, hemmed in
Ea. rum so a: 2-plece fiber ,Palatka's sensational John L.
yore;: on patio. .Large ] G S glass rodL sette decks. *' 'Williams on a punt return near midfield -

.. 'numerals&sweep BSR changer: + +s s :, >z and Palatka fumbled again, this
second) hand. I. ; time the bobble being recovered by
noseguard Kenny Wright.

OPEN DAILY.9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 ,7', ': 'o?,'; n.' .- '.1- good For news BHS goes.that was. 'all'iM she .wrote as

Sale .Price*" good> thru Sat. Oct. 3rd 1' .t. .: : again Palatka Mike intercepted Brown storming'Thompson over

WE nESERVETHE! RIGHT. TO LIMIT' QUANTITIES.Bradford .: Lk ';; Tir sophomore Eric Lane to take the bait
S away and Williams raced 39 yards
: _ untouched to make it 13-0. 144). with
$ the conversion.
q: Shopping ] .
""*"*' Led by Williams Who scored four
''MLS.Walnut St., Stark 1-1' (touchdowns and totaled 139 yards; in

: 'Chora I HI I 12 carries the Panthers blew the
game' out.

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: ./ N shy r ,f<1'St.. Augustine at BUS JV football (8:00)Live : :

Pop Warner WinsBoth : Oak at BHS girls volleyball (8:00)Flday. : (

Oct. 2- .
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the Pee Wees and Mitey Mites I Games This Week _i BItS varsity football at Santa Fe (8:00)
scored shutout victories to remain I (All at Green Cove)
undefeated as Bradford's Cowboys I Mitey Mites vs. GC Springs (10 a.m.) Saturday,. Oct. 3- .
visited Green Cove Springs last Satur Jr Pee Wee vs. GC Spgs,.'(U:, U ) Pop Warner teams at Park. .
day for a day of Pop Warner football. Pee Wees vs: GC Spgs. (IOO: )'.' ,l tit1r" "
The Pee Wees scored a 7-0 victory Jr. Midgets. GC Spgs(3:00): BHS crOss country at UF IIS Invitational. (9 a.m.)
while the Mitey Mites won0.. Midgets vs. GC Spgs..(5:00) .; '*. "iltl\l\;! '5, .
i '
All five local clubs go to Keystonefor Sunday Oct. 4'r" with the Steelers this Mitey Mites 6 Men's Flag Football 3 games at Bus.
'\ '
Park 0 '
Orange Oct. 5-' : .
Monday ; ; -
wild Offensively ;
Pee Wees 7
Orange Park had run
Green Cove 0 in an 39-0 romp BUS girls volleyball at GIIS ( '. :.. ,
past Green Cove Springs but last
The Bradford Pee Wees kept pace
with Bel-Med in the Pee Wee National week they met up with a\ rugged Oct. 6-

Division\ as they pushed their recordto defensethat Mites of and the Bradford shutout Cowboy in a Baker Co. at BUS freshman football ((7:00))
Mitey were
2-4 with a 7-0 victory over winless Baker and Santa Fe at BUS (4:00)
Green Cove Springs in a game playedat battle of unbeaten teams. cross country ,
Orange Park last Saturday.The Standouts on defense for the Brad- Starke youth Hag football (3:15 and 4:00)
shutout win, was the second fordwere Gerald Bradham, Clarance
straight time Bradford's Pee Wees Williams Jimmy Childers, Gail Thursday, Oct. 8-
Hampton, and Bo Hensley, who was
blanked an opponent. Darren Patterson -
all Macclenny at BUS girls volleyball ((7:00):
and Timmy Seeley picked off interceptions in the Orange Park backfield day.
and John Berry and John The winning score came in the third \L BUS JV football at St. Augustine

Adams recovered Green Cove quarter as Lance Wiggins went fumble over ..., ,, Starke youth flag football ((3:15 and 4:00):
a 32 yard run following a 4
fumbles to lead the shutout effort'Green on ..----
was allowed just 82 yards in offense recovery by Reggie Sheffield Me -__ __ T Friday, Oct. 9-
Wiggins had 70 yards rushing
while the had 137.
The big play on offense was a flea- the day while Shawn Nichols had 30 Lawrence Patrick (63) Gets in On the Action... BUS varsity football at St. Augustine (8:00))
flicker in the fourth quarter. Quarterback yards.. Chuck Morrow 22, and
Greg Wiggins tossed the ball to Bradham 20.Playoffs Lawtey's Lawrence Patrick number 63 at left, moves In to get a hit as the .

turnaround tight end, Chris and Farmer Farmer on pitched a quick-the set for StarkeThe Gatorg Florida cover Field. a Other kickoff GatorB.rlctured against Furman's are Roger Paladins Sibbald three(18)( Saturdays making the ago initial at Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C.

ball back to Seeley who raced 71 Tlmucua Division Conference playoffs will be played for the in hit Sonny Gilllams ( player on ground. five defensive Dr. Wayne C. Eaton DC, .
yards to the Springs 5 line.After Lawrence, always a specialty teams standout at UF, got In
yard Starke on November 14, 1981, it was snaps at outside linebacker against Furman and then was a captain In the '
two plays quarterback Cory Strong
and end Darren Patterson hooked announced last week. Gators win over Georgia Tech. Keystone Chiropractic Clinic
for a 6 yard TD pass that won the up The American and National con- This weekend the Gators go to the famed den of the LSU Tigers In Baton P
ballgame."Our ference winners in the four local Pop Rouge, Louisiana.
Warner leagues Midget,Jr. Midget, Vf has live outside 'backers but Gator linebacker coach Dwight Adams said
team began to find itself in the Pee Wee, Jr. Pee Wee, and Mitey last week "Lawrence has been doing a fine job. He wants to contribute at At SR-21 North
second half and I believe we'll
beginto Mite will meet on that date here at Florida and we feel real good about Lawrence Patrick."
show" our true character as a team Bradford High Stadium to decide Next home Gator game is Saturday, Oct.10, against the Maryland Terrapins. Keystone Shops Suite 5
Pee Wee coach Robinson
now, Gary overall Conference championships.At .
said after the victory. "Our defense the same meeting of Pop Warner Phone 473-3604
again played a tough, hardhittingstyle officials it was decided that Lake
of play. Coach (Vernon) Barber Butler will get the Division playoffsfor Hours9 a.m. I p.m. and'3 p.m. 6 p.m..
deserves lot of credit for having Gainesville 277Stephens
a 1982 with Orange Park being the TopsBradford Jayvees
them ready to play." host in 1983. Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.. .

OP Cyclones 18 Also, it was announced that the High JV Coach Rick said 'Tuesday. "We'll be

Jr. Pee Wees 0 Tlmucua sponsorship Conference of the league has picked,s endofyear up- Stevens says the biggest problem Tornado home Thursday and maybe that'llmake 9 a.m.-Ip.m Thursdays
football teams have in "
Coach Ray Austin knew Orange bowl game which matches con- Gainesville High is the intimidation a difference. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy FacilitiesWf1.yisFPL's
Park's Cyclones would be one of the ference champions against teams factor.
toughest team his Jr. Pee Wee club from other leagues. Attendance had
would face and that turned out to be decreased so the conference decidedto He'd have you believe that if a Pop
true as the host Cyclones blanked the sponsor the bowl which in the past Warner team was on the other side of
Cowboys 18-0 last weekend to up their has been sponsored by the Shrine the field with GHS uniforms on the
mark to 2-0 while dropping Bradford'sJr. Club. Tornadoes might as well hang it up
Pees to 1-1. Another change will have the game they're beaten before they start. .
Harold Chandler rushed for 75 played on rotating basis at different
yards in the game but still couldn't sites rather than always in Orange "People around here think you
come up with a score. Meanwhile the Park as it has been. The 1981 game can't beat GHS," Stephens moaned
Bradford defense has a balanced ef- will be played Saturday, December 5, after GHS recorded yet another victory -
fort led by Chandler but couldn't quite at Green Cove Springs.The 1982 game against a Bradford outfit this
slow down the Cyclone offense. site will be Middleburg and the 1983 time a 27-6 junior varsity win in
"The Jr. Pee Wees will be back, bowl games will be played at Gainesville last Thursday that drop fuel.adjusttnent. "
revenge is sweet," Austin promised. Keystone Heights. ped the BHS B squad to 02. "
The JV Tornadoes will try to

... .. Mwo ''' regroup against a team they might. .. .;.... .-- -. _. 'P'! ""1
A ..,.. :' w \ have tonight some Oct.more 1I Brfedf6rd confidence SUull against V\J\! V1'O SO high' ? .. :- :::

I .0 jiliu0 3G3U(3U@( whenbthlety host. St. Augustine' ., for a'Il :..: : .. '. .,,,..,.......>1 f

"GHS just had 'em intimidated,"
Stevens said of last week's defeat on .
the road. We were beat before the
Cowboys, Rams The Bike-A-Thon benifits St. Jude game even started. We didn't hit the
Win Flag GamesThe Children's Research Hospital, a first lick, didn't do a thing."
Prices have risen much in the
facility devoted to research and The bright spot for the Tornadoescame so past
Cowboys outscored the Steelers treatmant of catastrophic childhood when tailback Kevin Sampson 9.'r few years that we now spend. $4. milliona
18.7 and the Rams topped the Bucs diseases, such as leukemia, sickle scooted some 50 yards for the BHS day on oil. -
16-6 in youth flag football games cell anemia, infant malnutrition and JV's first TD of the season. J
played Tuesday afternoon in Starke. others." "Practice Is'going better," I've heard that'oil prices "

Chuck Mullins started the Cowboys were dropping. Will the fuel'' i,. /
victory with 0
a 20 yard TD run and
then scored from 9 yards away on a adjustment go down as a result0"!
fourth and goal play to make it 14-0 at Oil pri eS'' ha*'dropped somcwhut-o '
halftime. The suit that
Mullins and Tim Lewis not. 'J
hooked up on a pair of two-point con- pc: A. recently, hut thisjummer: we'll be using __._
version passes and Randy Milton add- ., even more oil than iiMi.irFtx.niM:one

ed he the caught winner's the Steeler final two quarterback points when in afraid of the washer! J3 i of our nuclear,plants! tlwjj!generates

the endzone for a safety. lower-afot cat :titcit .Jfc'K'in' \ 'riL' .
Mark Strickland ran four yards for Machine wash it, tumble dry it, and it comes out looking great During months of moderate rcm .

the Harrison lone Steeler added the touchdown one-point( and run.Billy convenience every time. With and no dry cleaning bills to pay.. You can't beat the tiires, overall tisc of ek'Ctric tcmn.t. .lots; ) I

The Rams had a pair of TD's with a You can't beat the economy.comfort either. Because Haggar*Magic 'and we burn less oil JThis could uxJflf a l,

two-point conversion and a safety Stretch'"washable tailored lower fuel&1dj ustment. A lot \\'depend
tacked separates are
to Donnie on.Francis Ed Douglas to open threw the 10 scoring yards of a stretch woven fabric that gives with 1Io".\..<. on,the weather,'the price of oil ,jnd how

after Jamie Whitehead had run 20 f your every move. much genirttiiil9ainct; ; [\\ : from other_ ', .
yards Douglas then hit Francis for And the Haggar Washable Suit'"is Michael C. Cook, Vice President, Fuel fuel sources.

went the conversion.yards for Later a TD and Scott Whitehead Duncan guaranteed to keep its great looks and Resources Pure Everglades and G Oil>rp Storage>rate Development Facilities at What is FPL ioipg tq fight j Jjl 1, .

pulled a flag in the endzone for k' fit for the normal life of the garment. Ifyou're !
a safe- r oil price E\vF)t yih.!tt'c'cai..) Wfj ,
not satisfied it this .
return to store / > *
ty.The shop f it) her\ gins the ml .irket"ht; i
Bucs score came when Scott with your sales slip for a full refund. L in n .
Johns scrambled 13 yards to the end- Washable, comfortable, and economical Why is there a fuel adjustmentin in,contractfuel supplies<; in open

zone. These Haggar separates are the first place? Customers .are !market! purchaxs.; \ not (building! '

i right for the times. $ { 0 0 understandably annoyed by high: summer I anymore oiljpowered jjenerutinH f5icil-"i '-: -,
All Club 75 '
Sports ; y' bills, and particularly the size u(the fuel ities.,Al1l1.: }.be./ore we use the i nes we :a

Meets October 5 '19- slacks adjustment. But fuel represents about have, we use till tnirother Ics.s-custl gem ;:'

The Bradford High All Sports Club t 56" 45%uf the total cusw( encratinK electricity crating. ) sources nudfar. natural gas, f

will be meeting Monday night, October coat so the cost of fuel does have. a and citilWher.urd= r>>wer$fii>m other '
5 '
,I at the Western Steer Steak l Y* 141 9 *
House. I :, big impact on the bill. Since fuel costs. utilities hrouunt into me,smlc hy trans-

Members and those who would like' if .",'aAGGAR'. ". ,' change(frequently; \ important to have. 111 ii..iu.I\.liii r t-i.Wcs': : !also,.ken mixing
to join are invited to come for dutch coat arid\ oil at one plijni;*.inj we're
treat dinner and fellowship starting at r/I) timely and fair way to cope with these {
6:30: p.m.with the regular meeting enormous, fluctuating costs. The fuel pursuing ('. rtunitiesfirtornerting( i
starting 7:30.: adjustment allows us to pay our fuel bills our oil plants to coal. :IIMC.I ,? .
Those who can't make the meal or Doesn't the fuel a
don't wish to eat are still invited down MI that we can continue generating: adjustment I

I for the regular meeting. r electricity! ,.and to pass! on any savings" destroy the incentive to buy j

I di rcctly to our customers. fuel economically? HK First of all, ..

Tennis LessonsTo 3 f. av Why does it always seem to our own performance: M. rtdilid.'i are

be OfferedStarke Eli ..raaa" -' -it:
Rec. Director Cheryl God- fuel has gone up, especially residual oil, efficiency Incentives, built'into. the

win will be teaching the basics of ten- CARE INSTRUCTIONS the kind we use most. About half of fuel adjustment regulatory proceeding" ,
nis shortly if,enough In-.
terested. people. are I- I water Mjchm on, with in warm electricity is generated by oil; even and FPL must prove that all fuel was J
The classes which will be free of iWicii.cyclt Dry on ptmu-or. more i in the:summer. So!oil prices have I Knight and used wisely when.its case i

charge will cover the basic skills of I nrnl"' cycle not *.r pne mow la dramatic effect on the fuel adjustment. on the fuel adjustment is pre.sented.
I tennis and will from 9:30 i
run to 10:30
hi"ah h.r 1 each Monday morning. Students will warm itrjm Iron "n j have to provide their own rackets and 1 For...."" ".. wash iuii KCVraidy .
tennis balls. j 'J"i x. s< in plenty., wjirr. 4'v S3400 adjustment? Mix Not cent of j

I A minimum of eight students is re- ...J>+, -M .k/L, .".......-'-- .py p.. $35 Oil Residual Prices the fuel adjustment gees to profit All,

quired to teach the class and as soon Effective 10/11/81 Open Sunday 1.6 pm $30 (Approximatelevel per $2900 of it goes: directly to pay *for, the cost.
I as that sign the lessons will
many up barrel s) of fuel.
begin. ..
I If you're interested call (he Rec. S25S20 I -:" -:-
I Department ((964-6792)) or come by the lUMP I $23 00 i
519 SO
I Old Armory'office.. .....
.. .": "

I,c Set uWheels'of'Lif for Oct. 10 I.,.<..' ',''tt',.,.<-. 0 .. 515 51200 =pdl

\ .1 V. DEPT. STORE ; 1.r: 01 '1 $10 I
The Wheels, 01 Life" Bilte-A.Thon ( .' I t .78. '79.. '80 JaIl-Mar June +
in Starke,.this year,headed l locally <" ; K ..... .} t '61t
by Starke Recreation Director'( '. 11AIF"' ":'IIA.;. ...... ,{ ., ", Average Summer price-July.August.September! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COM"PAN'r (
Cheryl Godwin is set for ;' ,
1981. ," OctobertQ...., ,:It> l' .... :&:.*. /__ .



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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employ*** and their 3)) In case of ties w* will us. the total points scored Mrs. Robin Crawford solved man. "I'm just a big footballfan /
Immediate families! are welcome to enter, but In the Bradford County High School game each an extremely tough week ." she explained.
for pigskin be- Her husband
our pickers Danny was
there It a limit of one entry per person each week. week (except the Tornadoes open week)'as a tie ing the only one of over 100 almost as good with his
breaker. Pleas fill In the points you think will be entrants to miss on Just five selections for the weekend. ..J
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the scored by the Tornadoes and their opponent com of the 22 games and won missing six to tie for second$JJI
the $25 first prize check in with Nancy Denton and Tina
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at' the bined In the tiebreaker blank. For Instance, the the Telegraph Football Con- Meier.
Telegraph office before 4 p.m. each Friday alter score In one of BHS games last year was' Mac- test last week. Most of our entrants had
noon. Fill In all the blanks with .Ither the name 17, Tornadoes 15. the correct total score Just like Mrs. Hazel Hardy trouble with Penn States'
our first week winner win over Nebraska, Pur
of the team you think will win or "tie" if you think was 32 points. Mrs. Crawford said she due's victory over Notre Znd-wrrk football contest"
'the game will end In a tie. The person who picks needed no help from any Dame. winner Robin Crawford

fh*.most games right will win the top prlr.: ..- 4)) All decisions", of the judges are final

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Tornadoes Hope to Rebounds' ::. '<:c' I

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Against District Rival Santa Fe: +t bl,' M I b

If there was any consolation in last BRADFORD HIGH TORNADOES at SANTA FE
week's SS-0 Tornado Iou against QUICK FACTS
Palatka it was that at least the game
wasn't a District ballgame.The Game Site: Santa Fe High School; kickoff 8 p.m.
Tornadoes get their District Season Records: Santa Fe 2-0 with wins over Eastside (14-0) and .
5-AAA campaign underway Friday" New Smyrna Beach (12-7)); Bradford 0-2 with losses to Macclenny

night when they hit the road to face (7-13) and Palatka (0-55). 4,
one of the loop's favorites Alachua Series History: Bradford has literally Owned Santa Fe teams '1i ', '
Santa Feon the Raiders turf. winning 15. losing one, and tieing one against the Raiders (though
Santa Fe Is 2-0 with a 14-0 District BUS is 4-5 with 6 ties against old Alachua High and was 0-0-1 in the
win over Gainesville Eastside and a Tornadoes :
12-7 victory over New Smyrna Beach.In ( .i I e
the preseason the talk was about since then. )
Santa Fe quarterback Tracy Hamm Last meeting: BHS won an overtime thriller 21-20 at home last t
(5-10, 175 senior), who BHS Coach year. r p II II I
David Hume regards as the best Players to watch for Santa Fe: BHS Coach David Hurse says: I
signal-caller in the area but the Raider quarterback Tracy Hamm is the area's best slgnal-caller, Y I
Raiders first two games indicate with even more "tools" than Gainesville's Vernell Brown. K, Vi1q /
defense is their strongest point. Also monstrous defensive end Stacy Blake (6-5, 215) has been a v
Defensive end Stacy Blake (no. 70) terror for the Raider defense along with tackle Terry Strickland + r
towers above most blockers at 8-5,215 (8.1. 215).
and Tornado scouts say he's a Key matchups: On paper BHS doesn't match up well with the 'y
positive "stud.. "That kids as goodan Raiders but execution could be the key. Offensively Bradford has
athlete as we'll see all year" been inconsistent while on defense the Tornadoes have often been
Hurse noted. : 1ll"""_ ,;.:;; JlIIIIIF".oiI!

Also two-way tackles Terry
Strickland (no. 51, 6-1. 215) and I
Wayne Jenkins (no. 99, 5-10 245) are ( : Thomas (12) and noseguard
experienced seniors and a brother ) try to put a slop to the
linebacker tandem of Wesley Terry -
((5-10,190)) and Dwight Terry (6-0,175) I
are aggressive hitters.
"They've got a lot of individual
talent,' Hurse said of Santa Fe.
"They're a big experienced football BUYS
team. I think they had 9 defensive uAd
starters back. We ve beaten 'em the
last two years both times we were not
supposed to win according to the ex -or
perts. Maybe the jinx will hold." ---
Hurse said the Tornadoes will

unveil a new offense Friday night but : Lean Meaty
he didn't want to divulge the new ; Spareribs
strategies until gametime.
"Due to the fact that we don't have "
the experience neccessary in the "J59
backfield and at the wideouts to run ( Lbo
the offense we'd like to run we're going .
to make some changes" he said. )
"I still think the offensive game plan ( ) ) Whole
we had for Palatka was our best ) ) ) "
chance to move the ball against them ( ) FRYERS
but we just haven't executed the of ( ) II

fense. We're going to simplify thingsa : ( 57c

little bit more." .
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The Tornado football coaches werea :
little bit stumped for words early : )
this week. After all what could be said ( 1
in the wake of the 55-0 walloping )
Palatka slapped on BHS presumablythe ) I| 199
) ) .
worst margin of defeat any of the Rrtj
coaches had been associated with.
The best thing they could offer was ( .. )

the word that neither themselves or ) 9
the Tornado players had given up the ) 21 ;
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ship.As ; .yityu... .
head man David Huqeti t '- ; ; .. wr rsr I -
'If we hang in there. something good's :: ) ( ) '. ." .: '"l"
bound to happen. ( ) ) > d schlitr Miller
Considering Fridays humbling loss ) ) ) R .
spirit was fairly good at Monday'spractice
( '
session though bumps and 1 ) 2s9141
bruises kept a number of players out ) ) f .. +Tu
of the workout. )
"We're working hard to rebound 8Rk
against Santa Fe Secondary Coach ''
Mike Hartley said. 159 ire
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton t a .fa.;y
added that the loss to Palatka "was

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greedily turning the Tornado AND CIBCULATIO H 1 e..blf ).lnu. no
mistakes into scores the visitors' .
defense was a brick wall against the r rs.i".lH4Ji) '.{\' '' .w
misfiring Bradford offense. BHS had ( : : : ''t Too i I gg :,I.J/ioibo
two first downs at halftime one on a .' .""?4 Ma.1 ,( I'.+. 13 yard run by Emmitt Watkins .IUln1 yttaqaiq
another on a 13 yard pass from S2_.J..I WA9. !!.JL.ri'
Thompson to Jeff Belcher and they -/''''CAM IMN fri.WMn\ ( UJO |0 IriQ.I
didn't another ';. "a'!a*" 1O'' I..t'
pick up in the second :-t'WI. .
half. For the game the Tornadoes had tM<.U41ltM4irft>|IN./.rMl r">

82 yards on 32 plays, 2'/4 yards per .' '. "' re.f
snap. ...0..rit._IHOm f.. /wlx tjfw" .', uo
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Watkins Did it All... ) '. ,,1.b4
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-- leading BHS offensively with 43 !y; n. n .. 'Uc
yards in 15 carries and 7 kickoff ; ;/ ---..:..-. ,
returns for 113 yards (16.1( average), .
and topping the defensive tackle -I
charts with 9 tackles and one forced )
fumble. But he was a battered figure :: : : : :=.':.=Milt.:.:.:::::a. )!
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8 stops while end Charley Brown had Ar l..rk.T furld.- J iHl
7, as did sophomore linebacker Don
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.: Tornado I Edwards Road Complex Could Be Finished Soon I IIf

Of the Week ...
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things go well Starke could have a Spring City Commissioner Jimmy when the county can haul dirt. If these It going In those months."

.1 Tornado defensive ,tackle Dale two-field Edward's Road recreation Crosby said, "that's certainly our things can get done pretty soon it'. Starke Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin

; Bucjwnon will be sitting out at _least complex by the Spring of 1082. target date. That all depends on how possible it could be ready to play ball said the two grants (plus the mat I

,' Friday night's game against Santa Fe> That was the optimistic word this soon the Vo-Tech has a teacher (so by the Spring.The only other problem ching monies) definitely, provide

with strained ligaments in his left week after city officials were informed students can landfill the area) and might be grass, whether we could get enough funds to complete the work.

knee but for his efforts in last week's that two grants earmarked for the

: '!oss to Palatka the Junior was named Edward's Road facility have been ap

rornaIooftheweek. proved. Music Men '3O1 Quick Stop Top Flag League IThe
; Buchanon. the biggest player on a A $ ,SOO grant from the Dept. of ,
.: j small Tornado team at 210 pounds, Natural Resources Florida Recreation
'had four unassisted tackles against Development program came early going in Men's Flag Football Jackson Prevatt tossed .4 touchdownsand Music Men 32

!the speedy Panthers, and more im- throughasdlda$2O6dgrantfromthestate's has gone Just as could Joe 'expected ran for another and Gene Rauler- Streaks 12

...portantly according to BUS coaches Department of Veterans and with perennial powers Music son and Bill Ratliff were both involved In battle between
he held his ground. Community Affairs.. Starke will haveto Men and 301 Quick Stop (formerly In two TD's.Raulerson a Starke's defen-

"Dale played his position well," match the first grant with $11,000 Kitchen's Tile) out to the early league ding league champ and Macclenny'sdefending

Defensive Coach Mike Sexton noted. and the second with 92,228, some of lead with 2-0 records. titlist Starke' Music Men
hit Ratliff with
a scoring
I won a convincing victory last Tuesday
And Head which be already accounted for Quick Stop barrelled Norman'
Coach David Hurse explained may over pass and Prevatt and Ratliff combined in '
that's Buchanon low tackle in expenditures the city has already Farm 38-12 Sunday in Starke for another 301 Quick Stop held Macclenny.Quarterback

count was a classic case of a player I made at the Softball-baseball site. while Music Men used a 32-12 win over Christy Chandler
precarious 13-6 edge. That
threw for four
Music Men and
doing his job and : Planned at Edward's Road is a second the Macclenny Streaks in Macclenny scores
forcing the
opposi. -; margin grew in the second half as ran 20) yards for the fifth. He hit
tion to look elswhere for running Softball field (labeled a multipurpose to improve to 2-0 also. Prevatt fired TO strikes to Bill
Samuel Bennett from 20 and 5 yards
room. "He held his field), a baseball diamond,
ground and made Goodge, Tim Hartley and Raulerson
out Michael Chandler for a 15 yard
the ballcarriers go elswhere" Hurse for the kids a full-scale concession Quick 38 and then scrambled
Stop 20 for
Dale Buchanon TO, and Glen DeSue for a 10-yard
stand (near completion) and possiblya
said. "Dale's been ,
our most consis- another score.
Norman's 12
Farm touchdown.The .
tent defensive player so far." I IeH parking lot and football field-,
Music Men had four Interceptions
301 Quick upped its record to
Stop The winner's extra points came on
two by Ulysses Dommon and
date of fora
Of the target being ready
20 with a 38-12 victory over Norman'sFarm
passes from Prevatt to Goodge and
grand-opening and ballgames in thee one each by Harold Chandler and
Sunday as quarterbackeas&eesesseeess&seses&s&sesi William Muse. DeSue.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF this Court either before Pierce Esq.. Notice Under United States Marshal or Northeast area of the City delivered to City Hall. the dot ot their receipt.

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL service on Petitioner's P.O. Drawer 1020. Fictitious Name any of his duly authorized of Stark, Florida. Stark. Florida 32091. The successful Bidder

OF FLORIDA IN CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Attorney or Immediately Stork.. Florida 32091 Statute deputies will ..11th. This project consists of either by a representative shall furnish a separate

AND FOR BRADFORD BRADFORD COUNTY. thereafter; otherwisea ((904) 964-3701. and file Notice Is hereby given property situate in Bradford resurfacing and redll- of the Bidder who Performance Bond and

COUNTY FLORIDA. Default will be entered the original with the that the undersigned County Florida ching one street approximately shall obtain a receipt 'oyment Bond. each of

CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. BI-308-CA against you for the relief clerk of the above courton pursuant to the described as.: 1510 feet In therefore, or by which. shall b* on

tase No. 81.:106'fLORIDA :: KEVANIE CORPORA. demanded In the Peti or before October 20. 'Fictitious Nome Lot B, DENNY length and the Installation registered moll with amount not less than one

BANK ATITARKE. TION d/b/o lion' 1981; otherwise a Judge Statute" being Section HEIGHTS. of 7.075 L.F. of return receipt re- hundred percent of the

: .a banking corporation. PAUL T. COLLINS COMPANY WITNESS my Hand and m.nt may be entered 865.09. Florida Statutes Commence at the NW 6-Inch fir. main Including quested.The Contract amount: and

: Seal of th. Court on the against you for the relief will register with the corner of the SW/4 of the 6 fire hydrants, proposal shall b* shall file certificates with

;: Plaintiff Plaintiff 24th day of September demanded In the complaint Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn SW'of Section 22 valves and ap accompanied by bid the Owner that he has

S vstfOBERT vs 1981. at Starke, Bradford or !petition. and for Bradford Township 6 South Rang. purtenances. This project security In an amountnot obtained and will con

HUGH EDEN- DEWEY G. OLIVER AND County Florida. WITNESS my hand and County. Florida upon 22 East Bradford County also includes as an less than five percentof tinue to carry Workmen's

fiELD and EFFIE KATHERINE L. OLIVER Gilbert S. Brown the seal of said Court on receipt of proof of Florida and run alternate, the additional the bid amount. Said Compensation Insurance.

BEATRICE EDENFIELD. hisJvlle. his wife. MID-FLORIDA CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT September, 1981.Gilbert publication of this North 89' and 40 minutes Installation of 2200 L.F. security shall be In the Owner's Protection .

PRODUCTION CREDIT COURT S. Brown notice, the fictitious East 831.82 feet to o of 6-Inch fire main In. form of a certified checkor Insurance. Public

J Defendant ASSOCIATION. LOUIS By Marlon McRae Clerk of said Court name to-wit: point thence run South cluding one fire hydrant. cashier's check on a and Private liability and

: NOTICE OF SUIT. CARSTENSEN. and all Deputy Clerk frill 4 tchg 10/8 AMERICAN FUND- 0, 47 minutes West 25 valves and ap solvent national or slat Property Damage Insurance

PROPERTY unknown parties havingor 10/1 4tchg 10/22 ING LIMITED d/b/a THE feet to point of beginn purtenances. The City bank: or a Bid Bond In in adequate

:=TO: Robert Hugh Ed.n. claiming to have any IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF MONEY SAVERS ing. Continue South O, reserves the right to the form provided In the amount and for the life

field and Ellis Beatrice right title or Interest In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA. EIGHTH under which the 47 minutes West. 175 award a contract or re- Contract Documents, executed of the Contract.

d.niI.ld 1350 s. the prop.rty described In EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN undersigned is engagedIn feet to a point thence advertise, whichevermay by the Bidder ond The Contractor shall

iNoy No. 37, Abilene, the Complaint to CUlT OF, FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD business in the City ofStork. North 89', 40 minutes be In Its best In o qualified surety begin work within ten

: exas, 79602. foreclose mortgage, AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. .. East 60.69 feet. Thence terest. payable to the City of days after the dot of

.?YOU 'ARE HEREBY Defendants. COUNTY The parties interestedIn Northeasterly on the arc This project Is to be Stark. Florida. written notice from the

NOTIFIED that on action NOTICE OF ACTIONTO CIVIL ACTION CASE NO: 8I-383CA the above-named of o curve 36.11 feet to a financed totally by a This Bid security shall Owner to begin work.

Jo Mortgage Foreclosure : LOUIS Case No 81399TOWNHOUSE RE: The Marriage. of: business ore SOUTHERN point. thence North O*. Federal grant from the serve* as a guaranteethat The time of completionshall

Ihe following property in CARSTENSEN. whose last ENTERPRISES ALLAN A."dP.tillon.r. CALIFORNIA FUNDING. 47 minutes East, 84.99 Department of Housingand the Bidder will not be 180 calendar

Bradford County known address was P.O. OF FLORIDA, INC., General Partner: feet thence South 89. Urban Developmentand withdraw (from the competition days after the expiration
Florida: Box 499 Branson, Florida INC.; Plaintiff. and GENSTAR PACIFIC 40 minutes West 89.5 shall be referred to alter the open- date of the aforementioned .

." Th. N 1/2: of the follow. 32621. and whose present vsWILLIAM ROBERTA "BOBBY" FINANCIAL CORP.. feet. Thence North 0*. 47 as HUD Project No. Ing of bids, and In the ten days notice
jng described address .Is A. GODWIN REYNOLDS GRIFFIN. Limited Partner. minutes East 75 feet 81-DN-U-0316.. event the Contract Is
A parcel of 'land containing unknown. who I Is not AND BEATRICE R. GOD Wiferespondent.NOTICE Doted at Montvale, thence South 89', 4O Bidders must comply awarded to the Bidder The work will be performed .

1.0 ocr... more of known to be dead or WIN his wife LARRY C. New Jersey, this 5th day minutes West 2.41 feetto with the President Executive he will within ten (10) on property' owned

less and lying In the NW alive, married divorced, GREEN AND BETTY J. OF ACTIONTO of"'ugust.1981. a point of bginninaj. Order Nos. 11246 days thereafter execute by the City of Starke.

,/4 of NE 1/4 of Section single or remarried and GREEN. his wife, defendant : ROBERTA 'BOBBY'REYNOLDS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA All lying in Section 22. and 11364. which pro- .the Contract Agreementand or on easements obtained

!27. Township 6 South hi. respective unknown 3441 Joan FUNDING. INC.. as Township 6 South Rang. hibit discrimination In furnish the required by the City of Storke,

Kongo 22 East. Bradford spouses, heirs devisees, NOTICE OF SUIT. DeArch Phoenix. General Partners/ by 22 East Bradford County employment regardingrace Performance Bond and Plans. Specifications

County Florida. sold grantees,, assigns,, PROPERTYTO Arizona William F. Dacey', Presi Florida creed color sex or Payment Bond and Insurance and other Contract

parcel' being mar. llenori, creditors WILLIAM A. GOD You ore Hereby dent. at public outcry to the national origin, per failing which. Documents ore on file
described particularly at trustees or other' WIN and BEATRICE R. Notified that an action 9/244tchg 10/15. highest and best bidderfor Federal requirements. the security shall and may be examined at

follows claimants by through GODWIN. his for Dissolution of Marriage cash at the hour of Bidders must comply become the property of the office of the City at the NM under or against said wife,,LARRY C. GREEN. has been filed ACTION 12:00 o'clock Noon on with the Title VI of the the City as liquidated Clerk Storke. Florida.

:( of said NW 1/4 Defendant and all AND BETTY J. GREEN his against you In Ihe above NOTICE OF October 27. 1981 at the Civil Rights Act of 1964. damages. and at the office, of Bes
} 1/4 and run North & unknown parties havingor wife, Address unknown. styled action and you or. OF NURSING. Bradford County Courthouse the David-Bacon Act. The Owner reserves sent. Hammock SRuckrnan

:degrees 43'30" East claiming to have any YOU ARE HEREBY required to serve a copy license at Stark. and the Anil-Kickback the right to require the Inc. Con
The to
: tho North.rlyoudary right. title or Interest In NOTIFIED that an actionto of your written defenses In r. Florida dated Septemr Act and the Contract successful Bidder to file suiting and Design
: thereof 37.0 the property described In foreclqse.q Mortgage ,,. If any. to It on D. WYATT practice Nursing of:2110',' ,16. 1981,. , Work Hours Standards proof ol his ability to Engineers. 2000 Corrporale .

:te.. the Complaint to the following property in : 'JOHNSON Attorney brHusbandP.1I4nsC" Donette Wllklns7 torke.; .<"',,- George, RJ.., Gross-,, Act properly finance and e;; I Square
; ''Mallard Rd., # 1
3 o..oncr..t.num.nt .."jr""o.o M9rl..g.' Bradford ,, ... County! i it ) ""'Florida. X"' /' -United States-'Marshal,.:; -*M* prefect 4s subject cute ,the 'project--, ; Boulevard. Jacksonville.
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YOU ARM' ;,' HEREYnotified "Florlda'P"A : whos ,address jft ,Post ;0016491.Tho ". ,Middle, District of to the requirements of together with his recordof Florida' 32216. Plans and
> located at the Case: tie
= that suit has parcel I of land Office, BOK 656. of Florida. Section 3 of the Housingand successful completionof Specifications may be
Intersection of the Southland
,: of b..n filed against you In situated In Knights Subdivision Melrose, Florida 32666.on ,Department Robert S. Yerkes, Urban DevelopmentAct similar protects. The purchased from Bessent
East right In.of Professional Regulationhas
way the above-styled cause as per plot or before the 12th day Assistant United States of 1968. as amended Own.r reserves the rightto Hammock A Ruckrnan
a county graded road and you are required to thereof recorded In Plat of October 1981. and fifed an administrative Attorney Attorney for 12 U.S.C. 170u which requires waive Informalities in Inc.. for the sum of
South 0 degreesJOB file your answer with the Book 2, Page 21 of the file the original with the 'complaint which againstyou Plaintiff. that opportunitiesfor any bid and to reject any $30.00 per set, non-
::: West along said Clerk of this Court and to public records of Bradford Clerk of this Court either a copy of maybe 9/24 4tchg 10/15. training and employment or all bids or to ready.,. refundable.
Easterly right of way Florida before Petitioner's obtained by contacting b* given lower income OF
servv a copy thereon County. service on tise. Award will be made CITY COUNCIL
f..t the Assistant
jlne. 202.15 to
of beginning. Frompoint upon JAMES N. DAVIS. said parcel being more attorney-or .Immediately Counsel William Furlow, COBG FY 81 ProgramsCity residents of the to the lowest responsible THE

:point of thuiscrb.4 ESQUIRE. 428 N. Peninsula particularly described as thereafter: 130 N. Monroe St., ol Stork project area that or* Bidder Th. successful CITY OF STARKE.
beginning Drive; Daytona follows: Begin ot the SW otherwise a Default 'will' Tallahassee. Florida Florida qualified to the tasks required Bidder to whom the Contract FLORIDA

continue South Beach, Florida, 32018 corner of Lot 9 Block 23 be entered against you 12301.) 4880062. Streets, Drainageand for this project. has been awarded 9 24 4tchg 10 IS
08' West ((904)
degrees along
\ Attorney for Plaintiff, of Knights Subdivisionand for the relief demandedIn is made The requirements are shall sign the Contract
Id Easterly right of If no contact
way not later than November run North 18.15'12"Ea't the petition. the Water Improvements slated in the informationfor Agreement. Performance -
n.. 2180 feet along the Westerlyline WITNESS hand and by you concerning Bidders section of the Bond and
3, 1981. .II you fall to do my October 29. Pay.
52': East above by
ult) B?degrees so a defoulmay be of said Block 23. and seal of this Court on this INVITATIONTO specifications.Bidders ment Bond and other required -
J0 feet to tho Wester--erontersd.egaIsst'5Pol fOl." the Westerly line of 26th day of August, 1981. 1981, the matter of the BIDDERS must certify' certificates in

WfrortoViIn. of a the reheldemanded In Block 16 of sold Knights Gilbert S. Brown Clerkof administrative complol'ctUwill :! t that they do not and will sextuplicat and return
rad.d road be piS9riied a' 'Ihe
.. l,,',.', Subdivision< ltCOfflP'RIfI.
I >3
rthOejSr e.3fi8 easl ( ; rf 5 t ,;
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Beulah M
."- .1. f&.tose .,Thof1' By Moody In that the City of Stark, their employees any within ten(10)( ) days after
., on
of Nursing
ong tla".oltt Westerlyht East 130.00 feet Clerk Board
,tgage The real property- Deputy Florida will receive facilities that are
) of way line, 218.0 proceeded against Is: to the Westerly right of 9/IQ4tchg 1011NOTICE Informal pro-e.dlno>Q'') "sealed bids In the City segregated! on a basis of

.t thence North 89 ,,,'t 'o ot th.NE'.;\I way line of the Seaboard 9/24 4tchg 10715. Council Chambers, CityclaII race, color creed or national At Home
52' West 2000 OF
agrees Ioio..o' ....,,. .Nw..J.i4. NW ','."thence'run Coastline, Railroad. South I INTENTIONTO UNITE I D$45 IA 1.." .<1: Starke, Florida origin. per Federal Shop
14 and thence run West COOI!: T* >M &'*rsrnsss2O9Iyuntil 3 o'clock on requirements.The .
Beginning also described DISTRICT :
293 1 1/3 yards for a starling 1813'12" West along the ISih day of October Bid Proposal shall
as the N 1/2 of Lot 4. point said Westerly' right of FICTITIOUS DLE DISTRICTOF J&KSON.VILLE 198 O for the Construe- be mode in triplicate on
Block-f of Garden Acres, NAME FLORIDA. .Save !
feet .
f wCllY.1i",31..91 to form furnished
660. yards' fhefMSWO ( :; tioi4'iof the Streets, a Proposal
unrecorded ..
on plat.Also
the Southeast of
corner : the and
l and Water Im- by Owner
Wes46 2/3 yards-
.. :., Th..Adjacent run said Block 23: thence run Pursuant to Section Court Nd8t iCPr""ry'JWC. ,: r9in99 submitted the of
thence run North 660 J; tJf. lVov*>nnts. Then all to City
Wesferh' feet which 865.09 Florida Statutes 4"
: ( ; North 89"00' West alongthe Stark.. Florida in sealed
!'yard*! run East 4lbidlLviIl be publicly a
odol| <\oiv$". East .nd ',146 ,2/3 yards' to the South line of sold notice Is hereby given UNITED I"AiJlii"5'rATE9o fC'i'i'4 I Of.o\....'..od aloud andThe envelope marked Real
h Block 23 a distance of that undersigned.. AMERICA. phJln Estate!
place'of beginning' Section jON ,"'!; recorded "Proposal for CDBG FY
reserving unto I. Township 6 South. 136.13 feel to th. POB. DORA G. WHITEHEAD, BENNIE J. above construeYtpn 81 Program".
.the genera public the Sold parcel of land containing P.O. Box 299, Stark., and ELIZABETH V
shall be
20 East. ALSO: NE WMI! be located in theI Proposals
right of uss to'ald'3O'' .Range 1.00 Florida sole do- JONES. _his '.. Olfendant. '" TEMPLEAVE.
acre more owner :::J 211 S. [B
1/4 of NE 1/4 ..xc.ptlho'portio" ?: ] -L .
4 I-
feet for Ingress and or less, has been filed Ing business under the .. : %& S
lying Nortb and, OBSAltOiNotice J J% US 301 .
egr....- against you and you are firm name of -
West of New River, Sec.
6 South. .required to serve a copy WHITEHEAD INSURANCE ,is hereby given ERR ACROSS FROM- SONNY'S BAR-B-Q)
1 L. has been filed against lion 2. Townshljj!!! ; of your written defenses AGENCY 737 South that pursuant to a Final (

!r""you"Robert Hugh Eden- the 2O,East; containing 38 If any to It, on the plain Walnut St. Stark.' Judgment entered on FAULKNERRERLTY NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS

, field and Effle Beatrice aggregate tiff's attorney whose Florida. Intends to September 10. 1981 by

Edenf ield and you or.required acres i WITNESS more or less.nahd' ond'"u j,' ame and address is register said fictitiousname the above entitled CourtIn 964-9789, ANYTIME

- to serve a copy of seal of said my Court at George H. Pierce. Esq., under the provisions the above slylodcause e MONDAY-fKIOAY 9-3 p.m. SATURDAY 913Evertfigs

your written,defenses. If P.O. Box 1030 Starke. of oloresoldstatute. the undersigned
Starke, Qrodfxd County.! & a and Sundays by oppo/nfm
the 'Florida 32091. .
to It, an plaintiff Telephone
any of '0* 964-801.8 (
Florida the :24th: day
attorney, whose 1981. 9645701. and file the Dated this ISlh day of' Ralph P. _"an. REALTOR

nom. and address Is Sept. original with the clerk of September A D. 1981 In
___Gilbert A..Brown
P.O. the above Bradford 9IOlt LAND
.George H. Pierce. styled court on County
-CLER! $( ::: ---s-I-
Box 1030. Starke. Florida : OPfllegRCUn'O.UR : or before October 20, Florida. 9/17 4tpd 10/' p Country Club "lots Se.OOO to 10.000 REDUCED 3 acres
: -
32091. ond file th. -" .ye ..lci1i'MO a'y 1981 otherwise a Judge 221 Lefayette SI. Across from Wishbone |lust out of city SS.OOO. owner financed.
be entered ,,. OFFICE HOURS!
the clerk of ment
original may j .
Deputy Clerk GOOD INVESTMENT!-SI 230 *'A acres leaded with
'th. above styled court orr 10/1 4tchg 1022IN against you for the relief _j- Monday. Friday* Seurdayl.llnoe. pines *could be 9 lot ..../dl..... 12% flnenclng 20 years
or before November 2. demanded In th* complaint
964-5231 S22.SOO.
)981: otherwise a fudge- or petition. I -
men may be entered THE CIRCUIT COURT WITNESS my hand and .owNu IP4ANC1DC.uspSet.Iy.'emod.Ied. IAWTIV ARflA-Appro*. 2'/, acres ".000 Apprex. tacres

against you for the relief, the seal of this Court on $9.000 owner financed.
demanded In Ihe complaint CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR S.ptember9.lftl. bedroom/ I behome.t. -US 301 to II-Weeded. 3 to 20 acres 13.000 per A.

: or petition. COUNTY Gilbert S. Brown ''flu'. 964-7700 .. newl I .SECLUDED 10 $22.000 12%
" WITNESS hand and BRADFORD Clerk of Said Court ,.. '... 'that pines down 20
my FLORIDAIN 9/17 10/8 P93 fl. Tempi Avnu'' tJfJ'M years at !2%<
:: "Ihe seal of sold Court on 4tchg '
:September 29. 1981.Gilberts. RE: The Marriage of lAKf.' .We HOMIS

Brown RODERICK GEORG FOR LIASI have 3 different lots far Country privacy with city convenience 14x24 double

Clerk of Said Court HUNSINGER Husband. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .3 Bl, furnished. hmt sa,.:, Starting. price. Jf wide. mobile hen,.. 3 ... 2 bathe, central heot/elr with
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. with smell rente! ..., .
and Included. 114.900. aloe. built In
: By Beulah MoodyAs eppllences, spacious 1 113 acres with plenty
, Deputy Clerk JO ANNE MUSCARELLA IN BIOOtUvN 1AM. .. of shade trees-.owner flnenceeVprke $24.000.

: 10/1 4tchg 10/22 HUNSINGER, Wife, AND FOR BRADFORD .3 BR. horn with 2 acres. ......tlfu' crystel deer -3 SI hath block
COUNTY 2 with carport and screened porch
CASE NO.81430NOTICE edge .f cIty limits.ACRSACC. ,f.". .let.. .. $27.000.
CIVIL ACTIONIN CH/A largo eat-In kitchen: with plenty cabinets nice
RE: The Marriage of location, owner financed, $30,000.
, TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS : JO ANN MICHAEL .An..... cheese ....r.."' fYi both home
HUNS STEVEN TEW -3 Bl. I hath bloch ham with .
; NAME MUSCAREILA amount you peed with comes complete with en fireplace, corner lot,
71 N.Vtf. Husband Petitioner fl__.... ...
: Pursuant to S.ctlon INGER. 158th v. smell down payment. 12% outside workshop for flies owner .21.

863.09. Florida Statutes. Street. Miami Florida VIRGINIA DIANE TEW 'Interest.I special men In your .life. 02 Bl from, corner .... screened front porch. 22500.

., notice Is hereby given NOTICE IS HEREBY Wife. Resondnt I e that the und.rsignsd.FRANCES GIVEN that a Dissolutionof
M. VEST. P.O. Marriage has been filed '. NOTICE OF SUIT NO access* INVESTORS. .2 homes In -Two Income producing properties Its.downtown._. for

,, Box 1986. Brooksvlllo.f and you or. requiredto PROPERTYTO .I er II acre tract IH the good condition, greet ferrente Investment or smell. businesses. Owner will sell separate

f .. 33312 sol. owner. servo a copy of your : Virginia Diane' Tw, hess pt Strewberry" CeunI.1' ', property. ....100. $37,960 Reduced I end finance. $' .101 for hath.Pour .

: doing business under.the written objections. If 344 Brace Ave.. Perth try. "\ ROOM TO 'IATHI..2 Established Day Car Center. Geed Income Reported.Hnenclnff furnished rental vntta (could .. homo end 3 ranrY -

: firm name of H& R any on Evelyn" D. Sapp, Amboy.YOU N.J.ARE. 08861.HEREBY 0 acr.* ocrees fremw.w..91 bedr.eoi. Mack "boos, .a A........*. Fully Equipped Including....... tals). Prespectfwo reaSal iceme ........ UN _...
address Is THREI Market., ere lot the country. ..,
. BLOCK. 964 N. TempleAvenue. whose NOTIFIED that action Wef on to Transport Kids. ISO.

: Stark. Flo., RIVERS LEGAL SERVICES. for Dissolution an of Mo,. FOR All .SU.... > HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All YOUR REAL
. 32091. Intends to register' INC.. ;309 N.E. FirstStreet. rloge has been- filed .e Il. 9 c....... SatEs.heniewHhhacmI0I'e.. Ape"-IS Fe,leMPreperty ISTATf NERDS '
aid lletlllous nameunder Gainesville. Terry A. Oelnes-7I2-394B
against and or. .
you you APTfR HOURS
: the aforesaid Florida 32601 who Is Mghwey.Evenlngsi., Ky C.W.-.1
required to serve a copy .
. statute: Petitioners attorney on of written defense. Please C.BV.raI.Odens.neke' Eileen Stenler-47J-3O4J. Lllllon C.Pefsen David Opal Nevis Werd
' Dated this 25th day of or before October 29. If to It. on the plaintiffs .' Patsy ._94-4927 $usan M. Fevlkn -.IAnO.-1NI ....tH/S.f......... Ass'.clae. Sreher/.kspe.. ,
any .
, Sept., 198) In StarkeFlo. 1911 and file the attorney whose GII.Phono 944--10..- -. U.S.301 South Irene I.'oullr._.RIAlTOR-AIIOCiATE-t OffIce Meneeer 444M22S 964-,""
. with...Clerk of Ivcllle Sp.y-UOK1l SAISMAN-544-1420
original nom and address Is ,... k...y.*._.lte end Uwer' s Rood i_944U1Si
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BHS GirFFsPromise :H. "'i f.i. I' .. .,(. ', ..1 '.'t,.,(k
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High's girls volleyballteam << ,,tlt, ,,"< : 4
saw its record sink to 0-4 with a ; Sport Editor
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of losses theroad .
couple straight-game on ,*Ji'\.. r .
last week but ;,' i
during a
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practice session Tuesday the girls f\"JI, -,1.1 ; I
and coach Inez thata "'' ,'" \ ''f.':,,." announced last week that Starke will host the first Division Playoffs for
Harvey promised .... '. :, ,.. It was .
return home would yield victory : i7L:> '' $ North Florida's Tlmucua Pop Warner Conference. "'
number one for BHS. r..t' ::to", :; ''''''' 1' Date for the playoffs is Saturday, Nov.14, the week after the regular season
'' .''It' ,."r ". ',,,'.,.: ends.Champions of the American and National Divisions in Midget,Jr Midget,
The Lady Tornadoes( host Live Oak- :,::1...,, ;' : L',,' Pee Wee Jr. Pee Wee, and Mitey Mite will play for league titles. .
Suwannee County tonight, Thursday, 'i f.'o\\ '. ;" Also, the Conference will be putting on a Bowl game on Saturday,bec: 5, at
Oct. 1. at 6:00. .. ,' '1 Green Cove Springs.Attendance had decreased for the end-ol-year Shrine Bowl
r. ; but the league decided to sponsor Its own bowl game.The 1982 conference bowl

"We're" going to get a win Thurs- ., .. s .. .. ':: .--.. .. ...lvN ,ImI'_ will be in Middleburg and,1983 i is set for Keystone Heights...
day, Coach Harvey promised,sweat
dripping from her after a gym session Now There's Why They Wear Knee Pads... The lack of football depth at Bradford High showed in the weariness of
where she worked as hard as the 'double-duty starters in the losses to Macclenny: and Palatka. Running back-
Tornado Pam Sams dives for a low scorcher to IIWatching Pam the extra effort In
Lady the
give required
girls, firing balls down on them from safety-kick returner Em mitt Watkins was just plain worn down in both
a ladder perch on one side of the net. lustrate the reason. girls volleyball teams come complete game Is senior Hope Jackson. ballgames. Where he's been breaking outside I for good yardage in the first half
Her players nodded in agreement. with knee pads.Buchholz he wasn't making the corner on the same s play in the second half. That's
After an 11-7 season last year they understandable when you remember that by halftime against Pa la tka Friday
didn't expect to start out with a 15- 15 won 15-7 in the nightcap to' sweep three games with an opponent. he'd carried the ball a dozen times from scrimmage,returned five kickoffs,and
4-game losing streak, even if experienced Bradford 8-7 Bradford. "My newcomers were going into played virtually every play on defense as well as offense.
players were lost. The Lady Tornadoes jumped out to Dana Cooper had 3 service points the net or letting the ball fall right bet- Problem Is, BHS simply doesn't have another true varsity running back at
leads of 4-1 and 7-2 to give Buchholzand and Hope Jackson and Lorraine Bass ween them and the net," Coach Inez this stage of the game. Brian Thomas and Bruce Rehberg also have to go a
BHS also hosts Macclenny: next its home fans a scare last Monday 2 each in the first game while Pam Harvey said of the loss. great majority of the time but the story's the samebehind them is very little
Thursday, Oct. 8, in a match that will night but the Lady Bobcats fought Sams scored 3 service points in the second Senior Tracy Hankerson led the experience...
start at 7 p.m. back to win the opener 15-8 and then game and Cooper 2. BHS girls in service points, scoring 9
in the match 8 straight In game two. ...Bradford High's contribution to the Atlanta Braves shortstop Kenny Clark,
Macclenny 15- 15 reported to the Braves Instructional League camp a couple of weeks ago along
Set with other top players from Atlanta's minor league organization. He told BHS
Bradford 9. 12 September 26 As
Coach Mike Hartley he's now playing behind a Braves shortstop from class A
fMI fiMM COMPAMf MIMMII It was the same old story for the Nationaillunting ball... '
Lady Tornadoes on a road trip to
OURMEMORIES Macclenny-Baker Co. last Thursday: Fishing DayTallahasseeGovernor ...Palatka is still number two in Florida's class: AAA state rankings after its
OF ELVISEXCITING the squad's younger, inexperienced Bob Grahamhas win over the Tornadoes.
players had trouble at the net and the signed a proclamation recognizing Who's number one Tallahassee Leon is the answer to that question. All
PERFORMED BY Lady Wildcats took advantage for a Florida's participation in Na- Leon's Lions have done Is put on two highlight shows in thumping Madison
DYNAMIC. 15-9, 15-12 win that marked the first tional Hunting and Fishing. Day on 63-6 and Tallahassee Rickards 76-0 before. beating defending Alabama 4A
DUKE PRESLEY time BHS didn't at least go the full September 26. state champ Dothan (score unknown) last weekend in Alabama.










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Nearly 50 exhibitors from aU over Two other special events -the Bradford County Hospital Car r'
I northeast Florida displayed their rival and the first evening of the Santa Fe Community College Fall _
t wares at last weekend's first annual .Stories on both on 9B. _
Arts Festival -are coming up soon appear
I Indian Summer Arts & Crafts
Festival held at the Bradford County
I Fairground in Starke and after a cou- for the past several years,should now Smith estimated that between 1,500to
ple of days of recuperation from the become an annual fixture in Bradford 2,000 people made their way into
big event members of the sponsoring County and said the date for next the Fairground buildings to view the
Starke Civitan Club were declaringthe year's Indian Summer Festival arts and crafts Saturday. Some 350
;J first-time event a big success. should be determined later this chicken dinners were sold and the
"We feel like it was a success,"said month. "We really do feel good about proceeds from that, along with entry
r w David Smith,one of the Festival coor- it," Smith said. "We'll go again with fees paid by exhibitors will go
y dinators."Most of the exhibitors were it next year and it should continue to: towards community projects .
happy and we felt like the people who get better." The big winners in the art show,
came out enjoyed what they saw." "It's unlimited," expressed anotherCivitan which was judged by Bobby Sue
..., ,Y Club members promised that the member, 1981 club president O'Brien, Carol Hardin, and Charles "
event,whjch they discussed on and off Jerry McGriff., Hall, were Gainesville wood sculptor f \
Dixie Biggs, the Best of Show winnerin 1\
...4d...,, '!"II"" '! ''!'''..!' $iI"tY'io'I'lnnMJ" 3-D, and Jacksonville artist Penny
111"r Webb, who painted "sawscapes'
r (paintings on saws) and seascapes. .. ;
J Civitan Club members and others
:R" who worked in Saturday's initial t _-r----4
_. Y N Festival included: Smith, McGriff
7"1.- 5 ::;::a V II .AI
A'A Grover Howard, Jim Lewis, Jerry
A Winner...
CreatingA Thompson, Mike Redfern, Bruce Happy
Cheerleader !Haguewood, Jimmy Alvarez, Randy Jacksonville's Penny Webb left, accepts the Best of Show award In the
Helen Karr; an Ocala artist, ;J Jones, Steve Trefethen, Wayne dimensional division from Civitan members Randy Jones left, and Jerry
created a popular Item at last ";<. >nt Hersey, Ronnie Harris, David Pfen- McGriff.
weekend's show small wooden niger, Phil Baker,John Smith, Buddy Mrs. Webb's works Included outdoor scenes painted onto saws, quite a unique
figures of football players or Ceilings, plus wives of the members. Idea.

cheerleaders custom-made with .... ...."'I- .. ;000.---" .......
school colors and Jersey numbers. .
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curious abou(a handcrafted wooden Dixie Bfgga.-a a Gainesville wood sculptor..,accepts the<<'plaqunfMUtie''Best ofc _
toy on display''so he found. out Just ,Show Inl_ I dnsiona! ,,,1K41 ..rlt..f.IMt..J 8tfit3Titldlyft11andyone _.P
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,, ";'. .:' '\'." A Local Artist Honored... Most of the adults In attendance
.. The work by a local entry-Jones Craft Shop won an honorable mention found some kind of art to their liking
.. ; 1ittf') \;:; ribbon. Civitan President Jerry McGriff made the presentation to Ermle but little' Brian Kelly of Jacksonville
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Army Tanks & Vehicles Take to the Highway in Mobilization Exercise): :i, ;\>{r'i v j .'\

In a major test of plans far mobilizing personnel from Ft. Stewart. Georgia, my lawyers about their equal rights many of the procedures to determinehow None4f the urits were brought in to Gainesville Captain Is Brooks the commander Hodges of of
over 7,000 National Guard and Ar- in a myriad of tasks designed to show and obligations, reviewed their personnel long It is required to accomplishthe support the exercise, the units are actual !
my Reserve troops, thirty-one what would be needed if a national flies, arranged for pay,obtained tasks for ever 7,000 personnel. participants and would be perforrming calculated Troop E.that Hodgeswhas 189 major; tasks already and"thousands'
Florida Army National Guard emergency would occur. ID cards and "dog tags", and Participating in the exercise along these same tasks at Camp Blan little ones"
vehicles including 6 tanks, 4 armored All of the services of a small city checked their personal clothing and with Troop E are the 143rd Transportation ding and the Port of Jacksonille in the of were re-
personnel carriers and twenty-one must be planned: housing, food equipment.The time to do all of these .Brigade, USAR, Orlando; the event of a mobilization.In quired to mobilize his unit. 1.7 man-
wheeled vehicles will move throughthe medical facilities law enforcement tasks has been assessed and will 67th Rail Group, USAR,Jacksonville, addition to the National Guard years of time has,been.expendedbyhis
of Jacksonville in the early the 1186the Terminal Unit and Reserve unit thus far in the exercise, 1500
streets communications, and necessary sup- assist Army planners in revising cur- USAR Army troops, personnel
morning hours of Saturday, Oct. 3. plies for 7,000 personnel and their rent mobilization plans. Tampa and the 480th Terminal Service from Ft. Stewart, Ga., are par- hours of which were contributedby[
The vehicles wUl arrive from Camp equipment. Processing time for Normally, all Florida Army Na- Company, USAR Jacksonville. ticipating In the exercise. These include unit personnel voluntarily. .
will end
at approximately 10-30: a.m. both and civilian The exercise Sunday pct
everything from personnel records to tional Guard troops would have com Regular Army
and will proceed to the Port of medical examinations must be deter- these tasks the exercise personnel. 4. t
pleted prior to arrival at During ship loading .
Jacksonville where a simulated ship mined. Knowing how long such tasks Camp Blanding. According to Major the 1186th Terminal.Unit will actually r "'- -
loading exercise will occur. take will enable the Army to assess of the exercise ,tRUBBER
Ray Battell, one coordinators operate facilities at the Port of 7
The vehicles will return to Camp when reserve forces could be operational ,it was necessary to simulate Jacksonville. Ii
Blanding the following morning. and available to support STAMPS 1
This mobilization exercise is the Regular Army forces.In 1t
first time that National Guard, Army addition to concerns about how to
Reserve and Regular Army troops turn Camp Blanding into a well- 0 Made-to-Order
have jointly tested mobilization and organized city, the Army is also con- '
deployment of reserve forces using cerned about tasks which are J
the "total force" concept. It is also necesary for deploying troops and .Notary Seals, Badges Magnetic Signs
the first time that tanks and tracked equipment anywhere in the world.
vehicles have moved over state The Port of Jacksonville would serve
highways and city streets in this area. as one possible deployment point, X-Stamper Door & Desk Name Plates
This movement is one segment of a thus the movement of heavy equip.,
two-month long exercise designed bArmy ment to the Port of Jacksonville is a The first person to go over Niagara Fall in a .
planners to determine how well necessary exercise. barrel wit Anna Edtmn Taylor, on October 24 ;
its current plans work for mobilizingover Other alternatives for moving 1901. Site took the plunge in a barrel four andhalf OfFICE SHOP
7,000 National Guard and Army equipment have been tested at Camp a feet high and three feet in diameter. It .
Reserve troops at Camp Blanding.In Branding including the use of railroadcars. was later discovered that Anna couldn't swim 4 110 W. Call St Starke, Fla. 964. 784 y ya
the event of a national emergency I Ir
Camp Blanding would become the To assess current plans Troop E, .. -
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Guard and Army Reserve troops Guard, from Ocala, was selected as
from Florida and Alabama. Units one of the player units in the exercise.Its f
from both the Guard and the Reserve personnel have had physical and I fI .

have been assisting- -Regular Army dental examinations c ,_"," talked with Ar- I I fI BZS D

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Metals As Jim DeFord, M.D., what is so special about

AGH's Board of Directors and you'll get two-part reply. i+: -' V Q :

Shop work now done First, the Board'has physicians on it. :i j i 'f' li'
Second, the Board isn't all physicians x '

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Complete line of such as"AqH',. riusi have good physician input. After all, x .1-fi. :,4, B3i8 rU fit

physicians are the ones who can best judge the quality of i :+.- '
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Complete Fabrication 'No single professional group has all of the answers," I ,,;
he says. "I respect the various types of expertise the other ,' i r

directors ring_ to our Board. They provide an important i I" '
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co.-p tete balance. The AGH Board approaches ,project or :,,' i -1 '
problem from a variety of viewpoints and that results'in a ,jbetter I

496-2013 StOCk14 e o .S run hospital. Our Board is committed to this community j "'- __

I I and non-physician members are as serious ,
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about medical care as any physician. a;. h .
Lake Butler I Dr. DeFord feels that the rigid performance standards' "

the Hoard expects the hospital to meet has paid off for the ,

community'in the quality of medical carejivailable at "',
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.. fine as I have seen in any hospital anywhere and I am .f .' l'' .... '.. ,:,." ,,"
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judging them with a very critical eye. I've worked in .o' ,: ..

"b several excellent hospitals across the nation and I know what good quality health care is,"he says. '- ( ', '* ..,

: "In the event of a serious illness or accident,AGH Is where I'd want to come and it's where I. would bring; members

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At AGH we take pride in Dr. DeFord's confidence in our operation. With physicians like him on the medical :.. t:, '

staff- and'On the Board of Directors .. AGH will continue to grow in its reputation as one of the South's'most ; ",
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Saturday 1 am tam '1,7" ,of Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce

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the left rear quarter panel with his,. Wallace was charged with no valid had to cut their way In through deep Two MenArrested
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Damage to the 80 Mercury driven' Damage to Blocker's Ford was is approximately! $40,000. No
by Cook was$aoo' and$200 damage to $300. arrests have been made but the In- For BurglaryTwo
;the Wilkerson 80 Chevy. vestigation and surveilance will con
; Parking Lots Ella Elizabeth Stalnaker, 44, Tn S. Sept. 29 an '82 Ford pickup belong tinue. men were seen entering and
: : Scene of Epperson St., driving a '78 Ford was Sept. 26, Stella Hazen Joyner, 24, ing to Sandra S. Norman, Rt. 2 Box Air surveilance will continue over leaving the VIP Disco at 831 E.
:'. stopped for a vehicle proceeding her was backing out of the parking lot at 2160, was legally parked In the lot at the entire Bradford County according Brownlee St.,Starke,at 11:00: Sept. 28
Fender.Benders in Hardee's parking lot when Cynthia Roy's Grocery on the corner of Bay the Holiday Inn. An!; unknown, to the Sheriffs Dept. by several witnesses.
,,'' A goodjg&e to avoid this Bryan Thomas 22, 318 N. Water St. and Call Streets. A '73 Chevy belong possibly older model green station- Freddie Lee McCray, 25, 1186 Old
''was lots In SUrke.past week starting backing. Thomas unable to ing to Nancy Conway was legally wagon, backed into the pickup, striking Accident Lawtey Rd., Starke and Chris
ragpng Several On
;;:";acct: jgs occurred observe Stalnaker's vehicle in her parked across the street. Joyner the fender and breaking out a rear Charles Goodman, 19, 1537 McCullum
r :minor ,luckily they,were blind area, struck the vehicle. struck the Conway vehicle. tail light Damage to the pickup was NW 59 Ave. St.. Starke, were arrested by the
A.'vehicle Damage to the Stalnaker '76 Ford $450. Starke Police Dept. early the next
Pew, 746 W.Madison driven by Robert Earl was $450 and $125 to the Thomas '75 Fred Blocker,57,Rt.2 Box 408,was Lewis Jacob Norman, 38, of morning.The .
St.,Stark'J! was Melbourne,was traveling west NW
Ford. traveling west in Bradford Square on witnesses stated they saw the
backing from in front of TGAY, did parking lot as a vehicle driven by Air Surveilance 59 Ave. as John Saloman McWilliam, two enter the building by climbing
.not see an Sept. 25, Edward Lee Cook, 35, of men
approaching vehicle : 56, Rt.1 Box 77,
Carlette Lawtey, travel-
Helen Newberry entered the Market Drummond Wallace 40, through a vent fan on the side of
Glasgow, 706 E. lot; Majik Keystone Heights,was backing out ofa ContinuingThe ing east Sept.,25. The two vehicles the building after they cut a hole in
Y Bridges, Starke,struck Pew's'T1 parking from W. Adkins St. Gene
on the right iiatlonwagon Barry Wilkerson, 20, P. O. Box 114 parking space. The left rear of Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment met on the blind curve, Norman look the screen covering. They later
rear bumper.
i Damage to Lawtey,was backing did Wallace's vehicle struck Blocker in are continuing air ed away from the roadway momen- observed the same two men carrying
Tf' ,$150.iObituaries. Glasgow's Olds was not see Cook and westwardlYI e in the right front. surveilance for marijuana plants. collided.tarily, as he looked back the vehicles what appeared to be stereo equipment
Recently two small fields were McWilliam said he had not through the door.
discovered in the Brooker area, with seen the approaching vehicle due to Goodman and MCray were placedin
approximately 75 plants growing 4 to dense shrubbery obscuring his view. the Bradford County Jail under

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Charles VanZant officiating. 'Inter r'" ... .. "'11 IF""' ""'\I TI II I 11 .. .
i i Calvin (Slim) Gillyard following a brief illness. ment was in Evergreen Cemetery,
Calvin Gillyard, 43, of Lake Butler Mr. Wilkerson was a life-long resi- Jacksonville, at 2:30: p.m. DeWitt C. Party Country 5
.died Friday,Sept.25,after an extend- dent of Bradford County where he Jones Funeral Home was in charge of
jed illness at the Union General owned and operated his farm until ill the arrangements.Mrs. .
y.'Hospital Lake Butler. health forced his retirement. Mr. Lennie Norwood Days A Week
Mr. Gillyard was a life long resi Wilkerson was a veteran of WW II,
dent of Union County where he farmed and was a member of the Masonic Mrs.LennieS.Norwood,of Lake
;' He health forced his retire- Lodge in Lawtey, and also was a Sante Fe,died in the Alachua General w at Florida's # 1
meet. a member of the Baptist member of,the First Baptist Church Hospital In Gainesville Sunday morn-
Faith in Lawtey.Survivors. ing following a long illness. Mrs.Nor-
J Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. Include: four sisters, wood was born in Arcadia, Fla, and Country ClubLive
Christine Pilder Gillyard; one Mrs. Victoria Mpnds, Lawtey, Mrs. lived in Miami for many years, moving -
daughter, Mrs. Eva K. Tyler;' one Lula Whittfeldt of Cocoa, Mrs. Polly here in 1969.! She was a member of
Jon, Jooeph J. Gillyard all of Lake Prevatt, Lawtey, and Mrs. Lilly the Central Baptist Church of Miami.
Butler..V2 sisters' Mrs. Corine Hodge Carter, Maxville; two brothers Her husband was the late Munn Nor- entertainment for your listening Tuesday
.' Hlghsprings' and Mrs. Mildred Harry Wilkerson, Lawtey and Lloyd wood. "Hoe Down Night"
Phillips both of Rochell: Community Wilkerson,of Middleburg. Survivors include her brotherinlaw and
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Dance Lessons
and one grandchild. Funeral services were Saturday, and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Funeral services were held Mon Sept. 26, at the Chapel of Archie Tan- T.L. Norwood of Sante Fe Lake.
day, Sept. 28. 10:30: p.m. at the ner Funeral Home with Rev.Alton B. Graveside funeral services were
Graveside in Dekle Cemetery In Lake! Coleman officiating. Burial was in held" at 3:30: p.m.,Wednesday,Sept 30, Doors open 8 p.m. plenty of Free parking Wednesday
Butler,with Rev.Michael Norman of Long Branch Cemetery with Archie in the Eliam Cemetery at Melrose, "Ladies Night"
ficiating. Interment followed under Tanner Funeral Home in charge of with Dr. James R. Neale Jr.. pastorof Admission $1. except for special promotions
the direction of Archer Funeral Home arrangements. the Faith Presbyterian Church, of 2 Free Drinks
of Lake Butler. ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral measoaaeeeeeeeonawaaaOne
Fred R. Crotts,Jr., Home was in charge of the ar- Free Admission any Friday

Robert Lee Thomas Mr. Fred R. Crotts, Jr.. 64, died at rangements., thru October 1981 Thursday
his home early Wednesday morning, Card of ThanksWe "Student Night"
Robert Lee
Thomas 60, of Lake With This Ad
Sept. 23. He was a resident of the
25 draft $2.00 pitchers t
Butler ,
died Sunday Sept. 27, after a Smokerise section of Bradford County wish to express our deepest appreciation -
brief Illness, at his resident. for the past 3 years.Prior to that time to our many friends who 50 mixed drinks
Born in Plant City Mr.Thomas had he lived in Jacksonville for many ,gave so freely of their time and The country & western -
lived most of his life In Jacksonville years. Mr. Crotts was a retired crane talents and whose sympathetic words
Parks Dept. He moved to Lake Butler operator for the Florida Steel Corp, gave us courage to face our bereavement Friday & Saturday!
in 1972 where he has resided since., in the loss of our beloved wife
with 30
years service, and was a Showplace in Florida "Ya'll come kick in
Survivors include: four daughters, member of the First Baptist Church. and mother. Our special thanks to the
Mrs.Linda Lee Adklns of Macon Ga. ladles who ) weekend Country Style"I
Survivors include his so graciously kept our
Mrs.Gail : wife, Mary 238 w. university Ave. Gainesville Fl 377-5915
Howell of Lake Butler Mrs. Lucille Coleman Crotts home and prepared, deliveredand ,
; a son
Karen Roberts and Mrs. Karol neth F. Crotts of Jacksonville serve food to our family and
Lowery< both of Jacksonville; and 6 daughters, Judith C. Haynes of; three Mid- friends who gather there.
grandchildren. dleburg, Patricia C. McGraw of The Family of
Funeral services were held Tuesday Gainesville Florence Canova Flynn
and Suzanne Walker'of
Sept. 29, : m. at the Archer ltpd 10/01 I
Keystone Heights two brothers, CUrtis
Memorial Chapel Lake Butler ;
Crotts and Alfred Crotts both of
with Rev. Linda Lee Adkins of- Jacksonville; five sisters, Audie Polly Sincere thanks to those who sharedour Bradford CountyInvites
ficiating. Interment followed in Elzey Nevel Yankey, Elois Strickland, recent loss of our loved one with

Chapel Archer Cemetery Funeral under Home the directionof of Lake' Jacksonville and Mary Ethel, and Devenport Lucille Ratliff all of of your flowers expressions, deeds', and remembrances--kindness in You To Their 2nd

Butler.John r"> Lakeland; six grandchildren and one Special thanks to the doctors, nurses AnnualCommunity
Wilkerson ,
greatgrandaughterFuneral'servtcSsitreTheld" and staff of Bradford County Hospital a.
obn\ltillrorsoe ,t7died earJv'T es- \ "at 11 Fun '1 Hone:\, + 'r.. ,jr . .
Se t-I: ., in ol1l unity a.m., rHaile Family of fecrduTH.Fayson
Friday First
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October 1.1981
PageSB '0 ., !,

"Law enforcement personnel have
to Toughen POSTED,! a difficult time determining if a particular
Those Deer Hounds hunter Is within the daily bag
eu <
limit when a group of his companions
TALLAHASSEE the hunting w' 'r rliwltrA> ,,I have put all their birds in one spot.
season opening just around the cor
ner, now is the time of year when deer :i. "Our advice to any dove hunter is
hunters begin thinking about getting D .= ,= not to hold, store or transport the Nine Great
their dogs in shape.To t, birds of another hunter in any man-
help those hunters who use dogs ner," Goodson said.
for deer hunting,the Game and Fresh I He explained that regulations allow '
Water Commission has a special for a hunter to place his bird in the Inflatj0nFighters
season. During this time, free- custody of another if the birds are tagged ,
running deer dogs may be taken to the with the hunter's signature, address '
woods for training or toughening.The total number of birds involvedand
season runs from Saturdays, the dates the birds were killed.
Oct. 3, through Thursday,Oct. 22, except "
in the Northwest Region which 4 { Goodson said the dove season this From
will open on Oct. 3, but will close on year will be from Oct. 3 through Nov. I ,
Sunday, Oct,25. These dates apply to 1 with shooting hours from noon to
those lands open to hunting which are sunset and then Nov 14 through Nov.
outside the wildlife management area 29 and Dec. 12 through Jan. 4 with TerwilDegar
system. f shooting hours for those two phases
However, some wildlife manage- 4 from one-half hour before sunrise to
ment areas do permit dog training but .I4 & sunset.
dates may differ from those above. Goodson said the U.S. Departmentof Motor
Individual area maps and regulations Interior has a brochure available to -
should be consulted before dog dove hunters which explains the
owners arrive on the area. federal regulations concerning the
During the deer dog training sport. Persons interested in obtainingthe 12 Month
season, the dogs may be trained by brochure,entitled,"Dove Huntingthe
persons possessing a hunting license --..:. l"ua.:::. ': ............100<\ w v ,c l A'.aI'N..l'4jI:: Right Way" can write the U.S.
during daylight hours only and Posting the Lake Butler Wildlife Area... Department of the Interior, Fish and Mile Ford Motor Company
without guns. Wildlife Service, 75 Spring Street
For more information on the 1981.82 St. Regis Tract Manager Bill Cannon is shown posting the Lake Butler S.W. Atlanta, Ga. 30303.
hunting season, sportsmen can con Wildlife Management Area. Warranty Included on these
tact the nearest office of the Commis- Posting,among other chores being done around the state now with hunting The Commission has a brochure
sion. season nearing. available to hunters which contains
some of the more common migratorybird two Mercury Specials
Dove Season hunting regulations and season
Opens October 3 Photo by Dewey Weaver. Florida Game& Fresh Water Fish Commission dates. Copies of this brochure can be
obtained from any Commission of 1981 Mercury Zephyr
TALLAHASSEE-The 1981-82 mour fice.
ning dove season gets under way at Lt. Col.! Brantley Goodson, directorof One of the most often overlooked 4 Dr., (11,000 miles) 6 cyl. economy auto trans., power j
the Division of Law Enforcementfor regulations that is of
Oct. 3 and dove particular importance -
hunters noon on would Saturday do well to know more the Game and Fresh Water Commission to dove hunters is that it is II. steering &; brakes, air cond., tinted glass, AM-FM Stereo,
than just the shooting hours and ,reminds hunters to adhere to legal for two or more hunters to place wheel covers, WSW radials, black',w/red vinyl interior.
season dates. the staste and federal regulations on their daily bag limits in one common
migratory game bird hunting. spot, like an ice chest. New $8495.00
S.I. $6695


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1- K b's'. 4 dr., (11,400 miles) 6 cyl economy auto trans., .power Viz!

steering & brakes, air cond., tinted glass, AM-FM Stereo,

wheel covers, WSW radials, beige w/tan vinyl interior. ,
New $8495.00
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;' id 1980 Datsun Wagon ;-

NAMEB 26,000 miles, AM-FM Cass. Stereo, bodyside molding, one

save ti owner, super clean economy car.

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save up to 1.00 Free 1C 0 CE 8.,. $4995

BOYS' 93 MEN'S 93 / L\ WITH ANY $20 OR a "

BOYS/COLORFUL' 2 Dr., 16,000 miles, air conditioning, tinted glass, power

MEN'S & save 1.00 steering, power brakes, AM,radio, WSW tires.
PLAID FLANNEL SHIRTS Was $5995.00 rrSal.
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long sleeves. Men's with 2 pockets In l,. e .
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cond., needs interior and paint
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r'I 99... ) Bryon Wirnty AdkinsonTERWILLEGAR
3. Tirwtttegar
1eotle' 49 "- < 09 Foamy 11
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uppers.Goodyear Handsome colors Famous quality bath Styles. frames colors, 60'Tablets$ 139 40'Tablets. ,/39, SOL 139
well & rugged sole Cushioned. Fit 1013. tissues at 8 super price.: for men and womenl! WAS 2.H. WASM0..!...:JBslB WAS 1.i6..... .- .

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String Quartet To Open

Fall Festival October. 8 loci I III TRIrdd & SJbnIay d ., -
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Festival and has been heard in performance -
The New College String Quartet
1 which will open the Santa Fe Com-' with many leading concert ar- --
:i: munity College's Fall Arts Festival tists.While .
.:i baa been delighting and captivating the String Quartet em-
audiences since 1967. The group is in phasizes chamber music. It apices up. .
.... .
F. residence at New College of the the program with some strong .MM. ...- .
University of South Florida In rhythms and peppy performancesthat s.M.tttsae
,Sarasota, and Its members also serveas set toes tapping and heads bobb ..4759401rr. COlrlgla
F.f conductor and principal players ing in time to the music. The in eCt 1ottA
for the Florida West Coast Symphony.The dividual artists also demonstrate the T IIOCItyuA1lp
f Starke performance will startat particular musical effects of the bas-
8 p.m. Thursday Oct. 8, in the soon, oboe, and the French horn.
Starke Woman's Club and Is open to The program for Thursday night ale...
the public with no admission charge. will Include: Haydn's Quartet In F
The Quartet was the only small Major, Opus 74, |2; Shostakovich's
ensemble chosen from Florida to participate Quartet Ill, Opus 122; and Brahms'
in the Bicentennial Parade of Quartet ,In A Minor Opus 51. #2.
American Music In Kennedy Center Following the program, guests at
; for the Performing Arts, WashingtonD.C. the concert are invited to remain for a
Each year the group is the social period hosted by the Woman's
nucleus of the New College Music .Club, during which the artists will
meet and mingle with the audience.
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An Evening of Strings. .

Musicians who will appear here Oct. 8 with the New College StrIng
Quartet (reading clockwise from left:
Paul Wolfe, first violinist with Sllvermlne String Quartet: Anita
Brooker. violin and concertmaster with the Florida West Coast
Symphony; Kenneth Stalberg, viola, member Boston Pops Sym FABRIC SHOPS
phony and Boston Opera Co.; and Michael Sebastian, vlolincello,
principal cellist with_Toledo symphony.

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Everybody come to the parade! Other games for the children will be Reg. $1.97 yd. Knit
The 2nd annual Bradford County a bean bag throw and treasure hunt
Community Carnival and for children age 5 and under. Also a Flat Fold
Heath Fair will kick off on Saturday Cake Walk sponsored by the Bradford $ d 5 0 '1.57
Oct. 3, with a big parade led by that County Hospital Business Office Reg. yd. g
magical red-headed clown, Ronald employees. The children will have an g
McDonald. opportunity to 'dunk' their favorite yd
'All parade participants should high school coacht the.dunking ., j; Yd.,,
assemble at the old Food Fair -ontpleasei'The booth. There-will pony rides, amooB 7
mdnut$ft" < ,lh30 a.nt.JOItf',, ) sackffracwi tretcfcerraces '
t tiarad l : will depart promptly a frog Jump, and much' ,' much &&rh s ,. ydQJ'
at 9 a.m. and head down more.
Walnut to Call Street. Then West to A $10 prize will be awarded for the
US 301 and on to the fairgrounds.The best decorated bicycle.
clowns are ready to go and so Free movies will be shown at 2,3,
are the floats and bands. The and 4 p.m. by Dan Smith from the
emergency helicopter from Alachua Bradford County Library.
General Hospital will be following the For those who enjoy a good gospel
parade as it progresses to its destina music line-up, a full day has been
planned ,especially for your enjoy-
tion.Ronald will perform his "Miles of ment. Mr.Jimmy Lawson will serve l k
Smiles" shown at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. as Master of Ceremonies for the day.
Kids don't miss this magical treat. The groups and times are listed as
Kids? undeeu.I2 can Strut their follows:
Mutts* It .thi flog* show to 'win 11 a.m.Sounds of Hope .
trophies. Theu'ginger trophy'winner Noon Joy Singer -"* "
will;be awarded and Judged! again this 1 p.m. New River Association -
year by the-fttenie-Faniily-oFStarke.: 1:49' -p.m. ".- Free Cannon True
t'At 2 P.lI1ct'l talent hoW..cWYI.Jnable: Church of God in Unity > .r )
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will be some audience par- These will be heard in the Civil 3ldv ,
tic!) tlorrscnurII8'get. free lesson. Defense Building.Everybody come .,.,, 1'I .", .
.if Bar-B-Que Chicken Dinner will for a day full;;of nan and much more. y7 7 C ..... :I 47
bei rved from 34ptai.Tk) *carnival' .. ,
will Conclude with a raffle c, on. a portal yd. :
)]* television set. 'Then it's "Look-Up in the skyllt'sa I
Of course,what would be a carnival bird;' it's a plane. NO! It's the .
without cotton candy, .n ones, anda Keystone Airaports Skydiving r
greased pig contest KMa you want Demonstration Team! They will be
to be sure to" be.arouitd about 3:45 jumping at
p.m. To sign up for this contest Winners will land on target at the fairgrounds., Asst. Laces
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Es-I Rhythmic Aerobics 0,000 instructors in' 40 states. All fun", says Instructor Pat Sutler. are scheduled to begin In Starke. t j

routines are choreographed by Nancy Nancy Kabriel began her work with They will be held at St. Edward's .
.', ',
I Scheduled Oct. 19 Kabriel and her staff and all local Aerobics while teaching on the staff of Church Hall Monday and Wednesdaysat ",)\ .i.':.,: ;vV: I

-I Rhythmic Aerobics Inc., is coining Rhythmic Aerobic instructors are Oral Roberts University and later 10 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. for 8 weeks at THE ''Ki\" "-
to Starke Florida. trained and certified by staff continued her interest as Physical a cost of$25. The instructor Pat Suitor r GENE REESE
Aerobics is an exercise of members of the Tulsa based opera Education Supervisor for the Tulsa. will be available during those hourson 'i REALTY

choreographed routines of program continuous tion.The Public School System. Wed. Oct. 14th to register people HwFICE \\

rhythmic activity using motor skills program is designed for all in- Rhythmic Aerobics, Inc., provides and you may also register the first GENE REESE, REALTOR

such as jogging dance stepe and exercises dividuals from teens through senior supervision for each individual by two days of classes. For more infor SL
that are vigorous in nature. citizens. The routines are challeng- helping the person determine their mation call Mrs. Robert Sutter in Il1IlI \ 110 W. Can BIG BEDFORD LAKEs SIR, I

H The goal of the program is improved ing yet basic enough to be fun and In- working heart rate and by monitoring Keystone Heights. Invest in your 9 4-5764 BA Mobile home en 1+

Cardiovascular fitness. vigorating while adding the benefits heart rates during the hourly health. You're worth itl! Fla.SlTOUt. acre. 100 ft. lokelront. Maestlc .

Rhythmic Aerobics. Inc., was of improved coordination flexibility meetings.All I )J Starke, ( live oaks. Assumable.
begun by Nancy Kabriel Tulsa Ok. balance and agility. "Rhythmic local instructors are CPR cer- -.Mt mtg. $31.000.

in 1975 and the organization now has Aerobic dancing makes exercising tified. October 19th is the date classes ..U 'UI'._.,;;) LAKE* *LOTS* * .

Owner financed. 12% ,".

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CARPENTIR. WORKl Geneva Park. $140 and up. with adjoining bathroomand 3BR 2BA HOMI In Silver 'lake In Hlllcrest. $800 HOME, 27 ft., power packed Phone'''.B9I1 Or 3 BR 2 IA Custom built

Remodeling work kitchen, Phon. 473-2879. tfnchg 7/2 shower. Fully furnish Ridge ov.rlooklng Silver down. $146.44 p.r month. 38,000 actual mil... Realty 1..n/n.473.109t/ cedar. home overlooking/
3BR 2BA HOME-CH/A. $350 ed. Everything Included. --
cabinets and trim mU. Phon. 473-4038 or Top notch condition. Bob Lake Geneva Assumable
Lak. Two to
carpenter. Reasonable p.r month. Lak. ace.... S.porot. entrance In schools, 473.4367 oft.r 6 p.m. Gay. 9046982678. Itfr 8'/ % $43,300 mortgage.
Keystone on county -
price Call Ed Pempsey at 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 private mobile home on owned roads. $41,000. tfnchg 7/30 10/1 .12 it 60 Mobil Horn ,en 1.21 acres. Furnished 60000.

473-3477 after 6 p.m. FURNISHED MR ISA on month.Keystone Lak.. Lake 4732122.Hwy. 100.McDonald' 11 3/4% mort gag.. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- FOR SALE4 h.p. Boat motor. covered cement porch. add on room for freeier AFFORDABLE

tlnchg 72CARPENTIY Geneva. $285 per 9/24 10/01 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 Keystone Heights own.r almost new. 473-4084 prepared garden area. many extra nice features.Priced Custom built MH on.acre'
ANDMASONARY Heights Realty 2tchg financed 10 p.rc.nt In around at 17000. Owner will finance at 10%.
Realtor. 4734961. tfncho.2BR NOW BUILDING CUTE 2BR SMITH LAKE noon or evenings. shaded lot. 2 B.. 2 IA.
WORK build terest. Lots on clear, sand
ACEAB.autiful Itpd 101DUPONTI
patios additions, remodeling DUPLSXNew. dupl.. rood 1,000 sq.21 ft. wooded lot. A/C and heat.large bottomed 'lake. priced to METAL BUILDING e I .bedroom. 1 both home on S acre 'fenced and 25 Owner% dewn.will$ with
downtown across on Hwy.
sell from On. to
homes and tile work.Also and Hwy. 100 near n.wpost Appliances corp.tsdrop. $9,900. 23X50 on. half ocr.. fenced born for stock. Pecan and fruit trees. Timber and nice/
shopping 'lake WHITE SANDS LAKE
pain ling. Fr. five ocr.overlooking zoned bu.In....
school. Kitchen office In assumable mortgage Owner pasture. Price $27,800. Owner will flnence.
to Keystone
estimates. Phone 473-4473 of 9 3/4 per c.nt. (access available) with Financed 473.4664 Stchg 3BR 1BA Frame cottage on
during day. tfnchg 8/6 equipped large walk-In Heights. Fagan. nice trees from $3,300, beautiful tree shaded lot.
Call 473.2735. 10/S 10/29 .
closets 'central air and 9/24 4tchg 10/15 own.r, month. 2 bedroom I bath on 1 acre. Paved road frontage.Priced .
$500 down $50
HYPNOSISopenlng practice a White sand beach.
3tchg 9/17 to 10/1
of Mark David WI... B.A.. h.ot. All electric quiet NOW BUILDINGleasIng Commercial frontage- YARD SALE ,/ 13000.. 47000. '
Now off.rlng services/ for n.lghborhood. $283. 1,000 sq.ft. at Hwy 100 and Investment opportunity. ACREAGE

prescription hypnosis for month with lyr. lease. Hwy 21.Also 3.000 sq.ft. In MISCELLANEOUSBINGO. SR21N. Owner-salesman. ACRES..1. .. .. . u ... ... .. ."'00. terms. ENERGY EFFICIENT/

traddltlonal and Individual Available 10/1. Phon. front of Keystone Heights' 473-4373. tfnchg 8/6 3 Vt. ACRES .... .... . ... .. .$3400. terms. Walk te Keystone School.

application. (imoklng. 473-2209 4tcha 9/10 to Post Office. Call 473-2149/ AMERICAN/ AKC DOBERMANS"Top MOVING SALE 71/2 hp 30 ACRiS .. ... . .. .. .$43OOO. terms. 3BR 1BA with fireplace.
weight control. doctor 3 BR. 2 BA MOBILE HOMEl or 473-2014. 4tchg 10/1 LEGION HALL. SR21. quality only. You or. Invited Sears outboard: girls Next winter's firewood In

referral .tr... reduction Furnished with A/C. Hwy. 10/29 Saturdays 7 p.m. Public In to visit our kennels. 3-speed bike; 10x12 ft. W. have more. call for Information on what you are cluded. Assumable 9% VA
etc.) Pleaie call Calnsvllle, 18. 4 ml. out of Keystone. 2.... I BA. MOBILE' HO. vlt.d. tfnchg 8/6 4751228. blue rug; natural open- looking for. mortgage.TREE.

376-3543 for $50 deposit. $200 per MEOn Smith Lak., $123 a OVEREATERSANONYMOUSAr. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN weave drapes. 473-1204.
appointm.nt.tfnchg SHADED
86UNWANTED month. Call 473.4507. month. adults only. no you tfnchg 72'I..AC.I 9,4 2tchg 10/01 I have buyers for 2 to $ acre tracts that are wooded..

HAIR FURNISHED COTTAGII .'.. 473-4334. 3tchg 10/1 addicted to food? Is your LOTS for sale from GARAGE SALEThursday and .Please contact m. soon as possible.HOMES / AND QUIET
10/22 Friday, Oct. I and 2. 9.00 Huge live oaks on V4. acre
bedroom 1 bath furnish the
weight affecting
DESTROYED FOREVERI way 2995. Restricted with
ed cottag. on Little IBR. MOBILE/ HOMECentral live life? Call a.m. to 5:00: p.m.. Cardinal resIdentIal lot In SemInal
Why settle for t.mporary? you your 'lake 0cc.... 3772808.
225 month.Keystone air and hoot furnished Drive at rear of Keystone Ridge./ Near M.Ir.... Ac-
Call for appointment $ p.r on O.E.A. No dues no f.... tfnchg 6/18 FARM SURBURBAN IN TOWN
lake Geneva. / Elementary School. Itpd c.. to Santa ,. Lake.
473-7033. Amy's EI.c. Heights Realty $160 month. no welgh-lns. Op.n FLUTE Excellent Getien AC.IAGIIOTH FOR RESIDENCI :
trolytic. 490 lawrence R.altor.473-4961 tfnchg plus $100 deposit. meeting Tuesday nights at deluxe wI co.. and books. 10/1 OR COMMERCIAL USECompare S6.0OO.
ADULTS ONLY 2 BR I BA. 473.4149 after 400: p.m. YARD SALEFIrday'and Saturday -
Blvd.. K.I.ton.24 tfnIX..E.T 7:30: p.m. at St. Anne's %$200 or best offer Call .
Located In of Itchg 10/1 Oct 2-3. 9-4 Rummage Offlc.413.7076Evenings
city Keystone Episcopal Church
carpentry, great Jackie, 473-4472 days. Itcg your properties with our Buyers Hit. Call today
referrences, satisfaction H.lgh'95.00/ per mo. OFFICE SPACEFor r.nt 470 Keystone Heights.' For Information 10/1 "' White Elephant sale free Catalogs. .Peg Reese.

guaranteed. Call 475-2854 Keystone Heights Realty lawrence Blvd. Keystone or .m.rg.ncy UPRIGHT. FREEZER $150 or at Dollar Saver Store. 47>-M*'' !
b.for. 8 a.m. or after 7 R.altor. 4734961. 9/24 tfn Heights. 473.4472 Jackie help, call 473-2790 or best offer. Good condition. lawrence Blvd., Keystone
p.m. 9/24 tfn ROOM AND BOARD for con Itchg 101CABINKitch.n. 9648587. tfnchg 8/27 413-4735.9/24 2tchg 10/01 Hgts. Itchg 10/1

YARD WORK, mowing genial p.rson In private furnished BINGO "We will b. starting HOTPOINT RANGE Whit., BIG YARD SALENothing Is -Starke Ads. conl'd.-

housework plus cypress mobile home on Lok. one bedroum on. and a October 18, Sunday afternoon 40 Inch electric. Good condition funk lots of girls clothes , Includ. half both fireplace, (and long dresses) size
and custom sawing. Everything screen Bingo from 2 5 pm at $73. 4733437. 9/24
475.1720 or 475.1 270.3tchg ed. McDonald's, Hwy. 100. porch. on Lake Johnson the American Legion Hall. 2tchg 10/01 10-14 3-7, ladies .
- 10/1 10/13 4732722. 9/24 2tchg area $125 per month. you SR-21. 9/24 3tchg 10/08 LIKE NEW GE refrigerator clothes site 1214. Mens FORRENTMIMOSA CARS ftTRUCKS ,MOBILE
10/01. pay utilities call 473-3418 REWARDWeb-Co 20lnch dirt shirts ))5'/i4. winter coats.Christmas .
$125; apartm.nt siie electric HOMES
Itchg 10/1 blk., taken from residence toys material
$45; portable MANOR
range MOBILE
Huntley 2 BR HOME $175 p.r mo: 28. Black and washer. Ideal for camp.r twin bed dining chairs, HOME PARK mobile homes FOR SALE
_I STEVE BROADWAYTREE first and last month In advance Chrom., heavy duty wire or student $45. Call lax-i-boy bedroom suit and for 77 NOVA 2-door, 6 cyl.
R.df.arn'a $50 .. ... Call 473.4886 with king bed (fair condition spaces Automatic trans., powersteering.
plus .curltydepo't. 904-473-2449 475.1488.
or Recreational
Vehicleswelcome. 1981 MOBILE/ HOMISipayments
$1700. Call
SER ) old couch and chair
3 ml. north ofKeystone Itchg 101FOR 9/24 3tchg 10/08 Phone 4682912.
SAlEPoulan Chain Saw. old ping.pong table/ 9648503. 8/27 tfn. starting at
Removal SR-21 Call TWIN SLEEP SET Lot.x foam
N I on resonoble, Ilk. n.w. lamas end and coffee HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping 1972 BUICK SKYLARK Sun $147.00 per month. John
473-2578. Itcho 10/01 mattress, box ,
DVIC:4340 Trimming Would Ilk. to do tables and more. Keystone room TV and Air, roof: 2 new tires; new battery Brown Mobile Home
or I on rollers, colonial
HELP housework and janitorial bookcase h.odboord. Excellent Hg?.. corner of Highlandand Underwood Motel 3 miles : A.I running condition. Center. 4733175.49
_I J 473-4252 Free Estimate{ work. 4734454. Itpd 101Classified condition. $100. Pecan ST. across from North of Stark. on Hwy Must Sell. $450. Call tfnchg.
WANTEDLICENSED -_ w School 9-4 301. 10/9 tnchg 9648966. Itpd 10/01
Repairs Of Maor| 473-24529/24 2tchg 10/01 Elementary p.m. GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE
Saturday Oct.3 Itchg 10/1 MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 1972 TOYOTA STATION 1980 models priced to sell. .
Electric AppllanceeServing .. ,', 473-4732.." ; REAL ESTATE : YARD SALESalurday Oct.3 and Hwy. 16 and ,223., WAGON, .$650.. .Cell. With .'
Brodfoxl aCleyr.,.. I'tii t SALD..I'P., !: ....?........ .. "The P6acherii'tloV34.eves : ; State ftd.j. Clean) Call 468-1323. 3/12 9646880. Itpd 10/01. RebateProgram.
- I1\"t A ft rrMKeystone M! k fo/lten. R' Ir ''' ..--'M''eoI''tc.'I-' 84"O:3O4OOL P''' ; Large selection'to1' 'choose-
/ 'R.l'lftV'- 44f' 100'Lake'Geneva 2 mI. 3 nlBA'LIVING; ROOM::' 1970 CADItlACnrl4fdoOTtlSedan ', '

. Counties Heights: 4731031. Ev... call 473-2733.or Itfree weekends 10/1 : east of' light. Furniture: dining room S kitchen''-, DeVille. Good runn.;' from. COMMO'Nn'Y"MOBILE
lawrence Blvd. Keystone 4733265. 10/01 4tchg j clothes. toys, kitchen central heat and air. In ing condition. J.A. Ruffini. SALES.
t IH ::::::; ,eao'aees.i 10/22 ,Get Results -, ... --,. Items, curtains. Itpd 10/1 Hampton. Phone 468-1779. 4734654. Itpd 10/01 tory owned and operated. .

------ L ((1st months rent In advance 1974 PLYMOUTH, 2door. 8 Highway 301N. Starke.
) 3/7 tfnchg. cyl. automatic transmis Open 7 days a week. 8'20

-Union County..Ads- FOR LEASE 2000 sq. ft. bldg. sion. Pow.r steering. Call tfn.
I adjacent to Suzuki of 9646861. Itpd 10/01 3 BR,, I BA Unfurnished.

Stark. on 301$.. call 1974 TOYOtA. Truck. Good $3100./ Call 782-3329 Itchg

9646020. or 964-5823. 8/27 condition. 1966 VW. exc.shape. 10/01 ,

TRAILER LOTS high and dry; Call 964-6363 MOBILE HOME 12x63. Excellent .

. FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT Mike McNabb oak shade trees; 2 miles anytime llchg 1O/01 condition. $1500
REAL ESTATE South on 301. 964-8238.9/3 978 FORD .PINTO2dr.. 30 down. payments ol' $108.75

HOUSE FOR SALE 4 Roof Repairs LARGE UNFURNISHED two mpg 4-speed: air cond.. per month. Call 9647015.,
LOOKING bedroom 2 both kitchen SOFA. LOVESEAT CHAIR TWO BEDROOM MOBILI bedroom apartment on Ep. and tinted glass: tape
FOR a special An.ACTIVII./CK/ HOME 3 Sky Llghtllnstanld
of If family room. recreation cost $900. now $500 Early HOME, Furnished or unfurnished .' person St.. Drapes, central stripes. On. owner 44.000 BOATS ,i'n
piece property I bedroom. 2 both In Lake
American sofa/chair $250. central heat Gutters Installed A H/AC Carpet mile' car. $2895. TERWILLEGAR .'
don have it, I'll find It-Just Butler with assumable room swimming pool. air. refrigerator
ask-.JANE S. USHER. large oak trees on 1 acre n.wly upholstered $I6O a month plus $100 Mobile Home Roofs and stove. No P.5*. / MOTORS. 206 '
REALTOR4962126 mortgage to qualifiedbuyermany Worthington Springs. Call sofa/chair $225, brown deposit, plus utilities. No $220.00 per month with a W. Madison St. 964.7200, 16 FT. SPORTCRAFT boat: 65
or nice RepairedAluminum "
"496-2903 .v..., "Your convenient to schools and.hopplng..for 4962308. 4tchg 10/1 10/8 vinyl sofa/chair $ 95. cof. pets. Call 496.2366 alter 1 100.00/ deposit. Tel: Itchg 10/OI hp Evlnrude, moo'r4Reasunobl.
fee/2 end Roof
Union County Realtor tfn 10/15 10/22. tables $55 p.m. TFN 9/17. Coating 964-8944 ((9 o.m.-S p.m.) 1974 GRANADA 4 offer. Can try
Information .
more bedroom
3/26. call Moines Real If77 CHEVROLET .PICK-UP. 1 suite $350.' formal HOUSI FOR RENTl 4 Installed KITCHENETTE/EFFICIENCY/ DRAulomatlc; air cond. on' Kingsteyi lake.",Phone

FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Estate, Realtor 496-3978. ton 350 automatic excellent Thomasville dining bedroom 3 bath sunken Quality Workmanshipat ROOMS for rent at low and tinted glass; power 533-2366. 8-6 TFn
NEEDSCall Venera Brown Itchg 10/1. condition. twin room suite antique whit. front room covered patio weekly rates. Call Temple steering and brakes. Wire 16 ft. SKEETER BOATs swivel
$1200 dresser
496.3022. Sandy Hazen tanks sliding rear win $55. chest w/mlrror large kitchen walk In pan- fair prices Motel 9647357. 9/17 I tin wheel covers. 62,000 seats 50,hp motorflew)

496.3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon dow. Reduced to 2500. 732-7961 Providence.$35. Phone try. office 20'X40' concrete 496-3819 TWO BEDROOM Mobile miles. One owner. $2393.: Gator trailer.. ,trolling! :,

4963140. Tiffin and PERSONAL 1967 Ford Pick-up 300. 6 1971 CHEVROLETs pool. over 3300 sq. Home. No pets or children. TERWILIEGAR MOTORS motor two' bofte'rie'smake /

Owens. Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 cyl., 4 speed. 4 wheel wheel base long feet-$4SO monthly rent. Convenient to shopping 206 W. Madison. 9647200. offer Call 468.7989after .t
Box 788. lake Butler FL. SERVICES drive, hunting lights with camper Phone 752-7961 Pro. LITTLE SPRINGS center. Phone 964-8810./ Itchg 10,01 3 30
tIn chg. 8/6. reduced to 1500. Excellent 496-3766 top. 1195. Phone vldence. Itchg 10/1. FOREST LARGE 2 BR MOBILE HOMEs '1974 F100 ((4.4)) PICKUP. 1978 CHECKMATE: p.rn.1tpdJ0Q",

BABYSITTING IN MY HOME mechanical condi for more informa 8X33 MOBILE/ HOURs Furnished on Grllfls loop. Nice. 117" WB: ,air! ; 4-speed; TRI-MATS
Cathy L... Call Lid, Ext. tion. 1976 Chevy 1/2 ton. 6 tlon. Itchg 9/24. call alter 5:30 p.m. Beautiful wooded 1 8. 2 clean. No pets Deposit 9.00x16 tires w/whtte II: ISO hpijMerirpower
236. llchg 10/1. cyl.. automatic 1800. PLANT SALE Fr.. EnglishIvy 496-2458. llchg 10/1. acre trees for your home. Call 9648816. llpd 10/01 spoke wheels; grill guard trim. 16 1/2 ft. long.

CUSTOM MAD DRAPERIES. : Phone 4963819./ TFN 9/24. and Wedelia. SPECIAL: MOBILE HOMEs 3 bedroom., mobile home or .Invest- 2 BII HOME $175 p.r mo: $2695. TERWILIEGAR AM FM 8 Irak stereo; 2.40

Free estimates local 12X40 MOBILE HOMI FOR Sultanas 50 cents, Vltex 1 1/2 bath must have first- "'.nt. first and last month In advance MOTORS 206 W. Madison. watt boosters; 4-speakers:
AAA distributos for completely SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom. $3. All plants In gallon -last months rent in city Just 7 ml. from Lake plus/ $50 security 9647200. Itchg 1O/OI complete covers; walk.

REAl ESTATE washable nationally I 1/2 bath located on 1 cans $1. Sale ends Sat., limits of Lake Butler. Butler and 19 ml. from deposit. 5 mi. north of '1979 FORD COURIER through windshield; loch:

AGENCYPh. advertised Gardsetle acre lot In Providence furnished Oct. 17. Contrary Mary's Phone 4962595. 21chg 10/ Alachua In peaceful Worthington Keystone on SR21. Call PICKUP, 2300 engine; speedometer; electric/ fuel' ,
Draperies. SAW Enterprises. washer Garden SR 121 In TYPEWRITTERS Springs. 4-speed trans. 22 '; "
752-0477 dryer LaCrosse. AND ADDING 4732578. Itchg lu/OI ; AM/FM gauge: gal. built-in,
Immaculate 2.., 2 IA Ed or loma carpet excellent condition closed Phone 462-1361, MACHINES FOR .I acre tracs 5.000 ($500 j MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom radio; chrome spoke' tank; glove box: boarding; j

doublewlde/ ((1300 sq. ft). Stephen. 4962219. $200 monthly rent or day. Sunday 9/24 and Mon. RENT, Union County Times, dn., $75 per mo.); 2 acre with air conditioning. wheels 6 ft. lad Fenced back yard; lawn 3/I/80TFN.) $1000/ down. owner ELECTRIC 3tchg STOVE 10/1 10/8. 85 SW 2nd Ave.. lake Iracs: $7.500 ($750 dn.. Water furnished. $150 p.r box; step bumper 17.000 tic horn; clg. lighter; "':
shade; garden area on WILL INSTALL SEPTIC finance. $6.000 balance at chair Couch and Butlar. We also repair office $100 per mo.) Payments mo., plus/ $100 security ''miles. $4693. TER- digital clock and custom
bicycle, odd
... TANKSI and drain fields 12 percent or $5,900 cash. and machine Phone less WILLEGAR MOTORS. 206
ends. Call run than 10 yr. at 12.5 deposit. 7823363. lowtey. '' mooring; cover; blelge
3 BR brick home en Sander- pump out tanks. also fill Call 7527961 Providence. 496-3810. Itpd 496-2261 for mare'Informa percent Int.r.... Itpd 10/01 W. Madison. 9647200. Excellent
ion Rd. Attractive/ setting' ; dirt. licensed. Call Brlnce Itchg 101.COLoi tion. TFN 10/1. DUPLEX ,Itchg 10,Ol, : pump. condition. >
HELP WANTED Step renting and Geiger Road. 2 Must 5...
nicely lond.c.'.... lullt te Jones 275-2197 around 1 start $4000 Cash. CAll
CONSOLE TV 2 building/ equity. bedroom. Central heal and 43M298. ;;
last with oak flooring/ and Itpd 10.01
a.m. or after/ 5 p.m. 7/16 JOBS OVERSEAS. BIG WANTED up
steel gable supports. Lg TFN. years old $400, queen size air. Available now. $223 ';
carport and workshop. bedroom suite cost over MONEY FAST, $20.000 to C.1I4'2.31n per mo. plus security
S ly Appointment>> Only: 4 BR CUSTOM COMBINE WORK $1900. excellent condition $30,000 plus p.r year. Call MOBILE/ HOMES WANTED Wallace Cain Reelty Inc. deposit.' Call 9648110.
3 BA custom built h._. Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or $800. hlde-a-bed w/mat- 1-716-842-6000 Ext. 5005. Will pay cash for your used days and 964-7392 even.
Family' room anil kitchen 4962903. TFN 8/20. ching chair $250. washer mobile home. Ray Powell Ings and weekends. 10/01 Classified I It
combo h.. over MO sq. ft. for RESPONSIBLE $125./ dryer$93. coffee w/2 INSURANCEMAINES 496-3377. TFN 4/16. a 2tchg 1008I
debts other than
Has design' features for the my end tables $53. king site
disabled. own. Laurie Amos Green. bedroom suite $350. INSURANCE AGENCY ::I BR HOUSE In town.

The .Princess: Affordable' 4lchg 9/119/2410/1 10/8. dinette set$85. double/ bed : 160 S. Lake Ave.. lake $1 SO/monlh.. ERA Faulkner Get
ittroctlve and unique. 3 BR, BABYSITTING Monday thru $60 twin bed $40. Butler 4963978. Complete Realty. REALTOR. phone Results
I 1/2 BA. CH/A. W/W Friday. Snacks. hot lunch. $95 rocker/recllner queenbed Insurance Service. TFN 9645065. Itchg 10/1.
arpet. Well supervised. fenced
$125. Phone 752-7%),
and From A let size to yard. Ask for Evelyn at Providence -
Lots of Acres. 4963923. TFN 10/1. llchg

bedroom with UNION COUNTY
5 bearing I Properties
John langferd Jr. a.m.-untll. 220 NW 4th
Realtor/ Assoc_ Ave., Lok. Butler 2 blocks pecan trees. Call 431-1670. met Are OWNER1 F1HANCEDsHOMES :
Itchg 10/1.
behind bank.Itpd 10/1, .
*2B Home In town.

1 VENERA BROWN TIFFIN. I OWENS, INC. .1 51. 21A. 1+ .. I" town. FLEET
4M4022" MAITOM .1 IR. 2 IA L..I_ In Town

High Cost of Living Got You Down? e-( -t p Union Co. Branch .3 SR. I Acre Out .4 T_".

Sandy Helen4'MrlTM .. Office *4BR with oddlttenal let 'In tOW,.
496-3022 ACREAGE be at least 22 years of age
.. ,
Gerrl' lennen' 'at. t. t. .in.Ute 5.1st,N.. I IBl 1 .S err...51.231. .4 Acrft. 11-237 have
LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow 4t'-l40 ..Ac..0fI1II.12''. ...Ac..Off..241 a minimum of 1 year over-the-

0..20 *,'Ik Ac....Off H.121)

taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR ACRE LOTi ,Wooded partially cleared. *60+ A.e..on 11-23'... 0 l..+ AcneH.UI road experience, good safety record
Acres. Off
August occupancy. These all electric Mobil. homes allow. Off SR-121 on little j 180-IM Acre Off sa.,.*. and the ability to meet DOT

units are spacious, with lots of closet Springs Road. Own. Hnancod. *'''100 Acres Off SiIll.COMMERCIAL re

space, and all have wal1- -waU carpet B3.I8 ACRE LOT high and dry. Very'wooded. I quirements. Tractor and trailer must
Owner financed. *Grocer*...... Oes Stetlen en 2 Acree.
only $500 dn. Off 239. .
ing, drapes and kitchen appliance. On ,
*Trailer be
SMewttt 'edtltle'l..III.U'.
site laundry facilities. Rental assistancefor .3." RESIDENTIAL LOTI Highway fron ag.. | *CB Building, M.*M ft. .s' % ..... $*.231iJANE capable of passing DOT re

qualified applicants.For lovely homeslte.' S. USHER quirements. Year round freight

applications and information, w. have top quality acreage with affordable I 496-2126 or 496-2903 minimum dead-head
please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake weekly set-
price looking for 'arm. 'real estate or Investment 30 W. Main St. lake Butle, fla.Hr.
Butler Florida 32054 or Call 496-3141. tlements.
Call Us. W. R.L. Jeffries
Equal Housing Opportunity. for property want to work| .....", ...c._.>;.......** Trucking Co.f

you. 'Dey NI Inc. 1-800-845-5624 or 904-782-3232.

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Deadline for a
receding Thursday ALUMINUM PLATES 24 X LIVE-IN to SEAL FOR TRAILER mobile homes If mortgage -1
Core publication., 36" 25. each Bradford help'with HOUSEKklEPEftt seml-lnvolld. TOPS materials C labor KEYSTONE-STARK AREA, 3 BR HOME Work shop, It 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S

Minimum charge $2,50 County Telegraph.' Salary, plus room and furnished $75.00. New home for sol*. Also barns, trailer hookup, on MOBILE HOME SALES. ;i
(Cover 15 Words) 964-6303. tin board. Call 964.5855 431-1827. 4/16 tfn. quality built homes $22 9 acre. SR-IOO S. Call 964.5606. Open 7 days 4',11 EruliUtJarREALTY

Each word over 15 is 10' NEW CARPET. NEW 4 USED Lucille Mundorff. 639 E. .IILL'S SAW SHOPS Complete per sq. ft. built on your lot 964-8350. $48.500. 10/01 weekly TFchg

hat responsible for errors Furniture ft Appliance Laura St., 8/27 tfn. sharpening service, circular or ours, Adams & Hall, tfnchg WI BUY AXLES a TIRES w I
Plumb fixture and pipe, 473-2056 4752128. 6/4 axles + tins 13500.
DORIS BEAUTY SAlONi hand, carbide, or FOR SALE 18000. Near 4 I
vhen given over the BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 Cosmtologls4{ needed chain, mower blade hollow TFchg. Del (o Olln MH. Hwy. 00 i i
and church.
town 511 St.
,hone or when copy Is not South 9646679. 2/5 Call 4732211. 9/17.3tchg ground and balanced. CUSTOM HOMES now W Stork. 96/-5606.! TFchg PHONE .
Clair St. 2 BR. 1 BA from. .m
typed and brought to the (LIMEROCK tfnchg. 20 yard ieml- 10/01 leave at Jackson Building under construction horn. Phone owner, WANTED! Used tools, both 7ERWILI&GAit 295 N. T.mpU' ,
mechanic and
in Stark, carpenters.Phone
office.! HELP WANTED Work In Supply KeystoneHeights overlooking Stark Coun ,
load 9647707. 10/01
only. Phon. your own ham. Some or lake Butler try Club. Adams and Hall llpd 964.8331 or. in INCHtOIBUI |Ir/IA', IC nWE'RE
782-3172. BY OWNER 3 BR horn
\ lawtey ALLEN on
work history, name, address TFchg Phone 4681551.911 tnchg
TAYLOR. 7/30 tf... and phone to: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 20 acres Central heat and WANTED Mobil Horn Ax.I. .

YARD SALET. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN Mike, P.O. Box 68 NEW or 4752128.HOME see TFchg.if air; 2-car garage; large lei. Paying the best price _SPECIAL

HOUSE 301 South Wotervllet Mich. 49098 Phone 96 -5118 or 9647619. you. barn. $25,000 Coth. for good condition axle' HOLIDAY INN HOUSE Spacious,
.. .. OCT. 03 614 Melton 964-6740. W* Buy and Jell TFcha qualify Interest rote 8 percent Balance $39.000 at 9' 964.8331.9111 Inchg
4tchg 9/17.10/8 bedrooms, 2 baths brick 4. BR 2 B, CH&A, fireplace,
[ .rroc. Early morning tit Ued Furnltur. and Appliance ALASKAN AND OVERSEAS SEWING MACHINES 3 Payment $335 per mo. WANT TO BUY used
[all sold Window A/C $75. *. B/13 tf... employment. Excellent ins REPAIRED All mokes Keystone Club Estates 964-7581. llpd 10/01 typewriter and adding carpet, dishwasher, stove carport,

64.7:219.: Itpd 10/01 PURE BRED REGISTERED .. If potential, call cleaned oiled and ad. Call Affordable Homes machine Must b* In paved flrivaway, fenced, $45,000
LOW LOW PRICES! ANGUS BULL! 3yr. old. ((312)) Ext. 4258. Work 9645533. 3t 9/17-10/1 working condition. i i
741-9780 lusted. $15. assum. martg. of $27,000 9 percent -
[Everything must go Phone 9648356. James 10/13 CONVENIENT Stark loca LANDFOR 964.5764. 2/12.

'[Something for everyone. Catkin, TFNchgS14.RECONDITIONED LIVE 9/244tpd-INI! help lor elderly Strickland guaranteed.corner MorganRd. James tion. By owner 4 BR houseat SALEONE MOBILE HOME Axle with I mo. pay. $244.54. The most home for

{Saturday, Oct. 3, 8 am. tilr TV'Si Color woman. Call, 964-8789. and Hwy 16. TFchg 727 Cypress St.. 6 blocks tire*. Will pay $125. Phone the least mone .
????? 519 Alton Rd. Best starting at $100.00. Itchg 10/01 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installd. west of US 301 and 1 block 9645007. 9/3 I2tchg .

Values Early! I Itpd 10/01 Trade-In w.lcom. Phone LIVE IN COMPANION'withInsider. Fr.estimates Handy. north of SR 100. Call An. ACRE LOTS zoned for 11/19. Bradford Villa offer new concept in lifestyle with

"OARAGE ,SALE Thun.. Frl 964.8212.6/11 tfn. Salary plus room Man Fence Co. 964-8559. dr.a Stockbrldg, mobile horn. NE 20th REPAIR WORKS Will do' low maintenance adult housing offering charm
:and Sot. 9 am tll ???Most1y 'WATKINS PRODUCTS) Avenue and NE 10th I
and board. For Interview TFpd. 12/81. 1.904.359.5151.91243tchg general repair Carpen-f comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
( clothes: blouses, Known for Its famous liniment call 9646113. 10/01 2tchg TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call Avenue. Call 9647286. try, roofing and painting .. farting at 33,400..

![dresses, |lock.... someshoes and vanilla extract 10/08 the Office Shop 110 W, HOMES $3000. Itchg 10/01 Coll 782.3669. 9/24 2tchg * * *
(( : Butt. Knit suit sz and much more 104 discount OCALA NA'L FOREST Lot 10/01
Call St., Stork, (for details, !Strawberry Acres SDR,
':16. Can try on' clothes In.sid. to oil-Senior Citizen. COMMERCIAL 9645764. tfn. 7BA. '.21 acres, fenced, for sal*. 81x115 approx. :2 .JAKE SANTA H Custom built. 2 story nearly new 3 BR

.. 635 N. Church St. Alto have party plan. Call GLASS CUT TO ORDER stocked ponds. SSi.OOO. blocks from Oklawoha ALs 3 B, 21M *.*. H. on 2 eeres B balcony/ f fireplace -
9647709. Itchg 10/01 anytime. 964-6279 PROPERTY .........
Doors, windows etc .. River With access. MUST steve.refrlg.I fresh compactor oversized. 3 car garage
THURS Flit Oct. 1 and 2. 10/01 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Lawtey 3 BR, 1 blk. from SELL. Phone 9646210. llpd CHIA, carpeted, shades", t> drapes, water
table clubs FORD HEAVY DUTY Get Results
ring pong : golf LEVELING BRADFORD. MINI 9646078. Orders also school, shody.SJ6.000. 10 ACRES fenced Bahia I softener burglar I fir. elarm, complete sprinkler
and balls 2-burner Col. HARROW 20" dl.k.S.r.
: WAIlEHOUSIOFFICICOMPLEX token In Lake Butler Reduced 22000. Huge Oaks and fruit 80 R19
pasture. trees water
system paved drlvewoy on -
man camp stove, wood 111212. New condition .............
*'**"*" '
for sole. 80 496.3079 and Keystone Pecan fruit tree, 3 .
pct. trees walls R20 telling Invest now $110.0001
healer; table and chairs 3-pl. hitch. Call
clothing and other Items.; 9645930. llchg 1001CVI'IESS' owner financing available Heights 4734973. 2/26 Extra nice i 3BR homeowtey BR home double enclosedgarage. N FOR SALE .RP U -.RQQ. ** !9 R QA*> I ecres B nearly new largeefnstivv

237 Monroe St. (next to '' FIREWOODi or al 11 pct. IVi acres with tfn. I $26,000. Owner 1 both 20x30 ,, !brlqk:hm. CHAA fully Insulated 2 car

eastern station). 964.6880. Sawdust $6.00 pick-up., room for expanilon. Phone NEW CONDITIONERS AND USED Sales WATER andService. fin.. Submit.****terms.*...*** born 2 utility building. I. HAY .",. flrp.l4M t ..",.I.r alarm system. Intercom with

SAT., OCT. 3i 7 ml. south of You load. Cypress Lumber owner 473.2733.9/24 tfn 10x40 front porch new I Large RollsShodowlawn stereo screened In back parch water softener one of
SHOP FOR OR RENTi Call for free water Award Winning newly
Stark on US-301 In Shady for sale. 7 ml. south of. 1800 sq feet SALE carpet air, analysis and information remodeled home on Hwy. carpet & vinyl. 56000. Farms the lots with home has well- sepjlc. ) tank 4 electricity t can
Oak Trailer Park. Plants Stark. on US-301 across Phone 964-5388 Itch Farm Fla. have a trailer.
Penny ,
heot. 108 E Call St. CAM) 964.5673.3/12 tfn. 100E. Must see to op.
from Shady Oak Trailer COUNTRY ESTATE CI home 4 old with
clothing and junk. Itch'II' 964.7189 or 964.5648.tchg preciate. Screened porches 529.9321 year appro
10/01 Park 4682624. Itchg 10/01 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ', front K back utility ACREAGE /ITJIehg'J4'l 2000 *,.ft. plus |4 acre on SR 18 near Hampton lake 3

SAT., OCT. Si 9 am Iii 6 pm 10/01 PROMISING BUSINESS for SERVICE Bradford County workshop cen. H/A 2.27 acre heavily wooded. BR 2 B.fireplace.CHIA $ large barns pond fenced Icrou'.nc.
Bunk bed chest, sofa NORGE DRYER: Needs belt residential $45.000. $6300. Cash or Sub. Term I I ... Ameilng value $111,000.
sale ,
Low down
payment.Owner pump-outs rang ............
chair misc. items lawtey, replaced. Used very little. financing. Coll $50. We also re-lay' drain 1 ............. The .LAKE OiNBVA, LOT._ Pretty with trees whit sand Rd.

2 ml. west of US-301 or. Like new. $100 Will consider 9647189. Itchg' 10/01 lines Phone 964-8121 Super Bargain 3BR. 2Ba an Hwy 100E-IAc. Lot-,000. Imagemaker 100 S24.2M.
I .... .......
C-12S. 7823460. Itchg 7823329.. lot. South 5 5 luxurious
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE IN 5/28 TFchg. 3 In got. COUNTRY CLUB New I well designed well
10/01 Itchg 10/01 DOWNTOWN STARKEl SIGN. PAINTING Commercial w/16'1I23' screened patio Country Club-Hwy,230.2.3 "Family Styling Salon"U.S. built brick with fireplace huge walk-In closet Perfectfor
YARD SALE :1 families, lots FOX 8 DEER HOUNDS All Dentist Doctor Real and prlvat W* will utility bldg. Price Inc. patio Ac. Zoned R1A. 20000. 301 N., Starke the family that. loves. golf ft tennis.

of goodies,S miles out East registered Selling Out. Estate Agents, Etc. $5000. design. Call 964.8669 'urn.' misc. lawn tools, .HH5.. (across from Powell's) KINOUEV LAKE! Brick duplex Rent or use OS home I IMl

SR-100. toward KH Sat.. CHEAP. All good. Marcus Down and assum.155 1 mortgage before 3pm. 496-3291 riding lawn mower 14.06 1 Acres Shady. Own. Oper. Debra Norman .: S i -JljCRjE% B HOME, -. One of Bradford's finest
and SUI!. 9 am. til? lip L. Conner 964-5222 2nd anytime. 7/2 tin. washer A dryer refrlg.. 647100 .
Stark, Fl.19"ZENITH (possible mor fin. Avail.% 21100. residences with.".. f 000 So,. Ft. plus fine acreage, handsome
10/01 tage at lOt Interest.) Total HAY DELIVERED: Call range-$53.000. ........... FmU.. .
II... 25.00 barns, split rail' fence 'Impeccably maintained.
FRI 4 SATi Oct 2 and 9 am til COLOR TV Black 5..5......5..
and whit Zenith prlca.17.500 Call 1/529.9003 or 1/284-5111, 10 Acre Large barn Special pike 18.50 .21$ W. WAtMiNQTOM Zoned commercial Charm 8
5 side board portableTV 3BR 2Bo., Spanish! style
pm. Antique 9648206. Itchg 10/01 Clay County. 9/10 4tchg ,
tacked pond 23000. Gold cornier .f older ... with traditional and
studio ; dinette table and 4 lot Dusting "' fireplace *at-
$150; Ilk. new PRICED FOR QUICK SALE In 10/1. home on spacious In
6.drowerde.k. chair; desk and sewing $3500 dn. Assum. mtg. $15.00 In kitchen.20M U|.ft. CMA, carpeted drapes 4 extra
couch. $75 SAVE Stark 32000.
; 30'.. 5 rental units-. TIME GAS I MONEY.I040percent *****
more ****** .
............. lots
$30 Rocking chair mirror machine. Phone 473-4508, e Bring, AJ e owner tlneeced.
; *. Can finance at 12 ( ) Do
llpd 1001DINNER 6 Acres: Well power pole. .SQUARE 9 ACRES plus horse barn set for mobile
many other items East 1/2 Call 377-8292 8.10 Christmas 'Shopping at In Country On 1 acre lot. 3 Espies 10/8/01/ / up
Lakviw Dr., Follow SPECIALS! Trail Itpd 10/01 pm. home. Over 9500 items to BR 1 BA partially completed 10200.. ....... home with well septic. tank ft electricity 7 acre cleared
signs. 473.3322 or Restaurant In Lawtey Frl. choose from Call A-frame! home with u (enced ft crosfnced" SU.SOO 4 mile NW of Starke.

473-2832J'Itchg; 10/01 thru Sunday. Chicken'ndumplin's LOSTFOUNDLOSfTwnit 9648813. 9/17 4tpd 10/08 .tocl
FRI ft SATx 9 am til 5 pm. ; fresh catfish; Janet M. $ i I 23000. with deck.1131ESSENI.
TM...-fdmilleev+rlbls IOf',0ys i spaghetti uwt.
and. Only $2.99 Now have cold55TYPEWMTER. VfvrlrlMfV0il CLISSt'I stoytlQs! fU. '; t f4Alckee4.rCeensp'! ..' lawtey-1 .c.II., septic. | *.3 lit 1 .,c.aA"-VI: awls ten.'post..-tamed track yordI "
,. "JlfttiW* or,4t ,
I c
beeQ.bUthgJ8fmuA u I i util. house, pM. land '
lI 1/4 mile .. 1 I 24' 2. shed."'
Mla loNlO;) .' Children: heartbroken' week 'JI.\',."964.1127. .. i lighted
.16. .Itchg. 10/01 I $150 Guitar$30; Colonial- Cherry St. or call 964-7103.. call 964-6456 after I 6 Janet M.. Starling 40 Modelsotorcyclesislde bath, gas heat air conditioner' 100' M 124' 'lot with nice
SAT... OCT. 3> 8 am III 5.30: style couch, $120; dinette p.m. 9/24 2tchg 10/01 { Realtor. 712-3931 tree SI9.0M. .

pm.393 N. Cherry St. 1 tchg table, $25; AM-FM stereo MISCELLANEOUSREWARD CLEANING SERVICE Washhouse Michael I.Cooney cars iPfH jONT. Owner financing; CB 3 BR. "'/. BCH{A
with turntable, 2 speakers
114 EPPERSON ST Thursdayand Desk trailers on outside Realtor Assoc. 964-M27 5 Models laundry;w4'kfl. *.*. Ireplece.' Indoor pool.
$45 $29 chest of
Friday, Oct. 1S2. drawers; $60. Encore; Consignment Single' $25; Double $33. SaleTrockload tfnchg. Go Karts .DAV5|. Sf. QFP |qi Nine acre mar. or I... owner
Tools rods and reels Shop. 321 N.Temple for contents Call 9647823. Itpd 1001IF $10.00 financed) hajs ntnilnl. far mobile home park.RAIFQRPr. .

guns, and householdItems. 9645648. ladis maroon canvass say-a-way NOW / frame 3 M I B Cypress barn ft stables pool
Itchg lost between SR 100 Coll Sunshln Acres
Some furniture. bog. YOU HAVE GONE TO
9/24 WANTED For Christmas fenced ft ",...Je.c."' only S23.50O.
and SR16. with Information
Itpd' SUN 5,000 PAIR OP LADIES should call CABLE TVi turn your old. TVtower 964:7499 Commercial Layer Housingfor .1091 1 COilEY-ftp.. -. Brick 3 BR. 1'B VA loan of
cash. P
SAt'< Sam. furniture Into ion*
: SHOES $65 each all or Or come out between birds In SUZUKIOf $26.301. $''/,%..
96 .5847. Itchg 924Motorcycle 35-30,000
KobY)things,1' kitchen.. Items, 475-1232 after 5 pm. 10/01 .
part. Stev. 904737.4633 9.30 a.m and 3.00 p.m. Oct.-Nov. Guaranteed SR .18 JUST OFF J t Frame home on 1.6 acre with
9$2LRctIford Rd. 964-6364. 2tpd 10085CLEANING
rtpd-ltt'OI- 9/24 3tchg 10/08 SERVICES and we'll load salary Control Soya Co. pecan tree
SATtif&OU c,., +1al7ssif' for StarkeU.S. e!EATWOOD CB 3 BR I'/.B, on quiet street
General Pool.
FRI A 6 pm. cleaning your Gall, Gory ((904))
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by Mn. C.E."Sue"Davis Alachua General hospital i in I
phone 4851344AROUND Gainesville.New .
River Baptist Church
TOWNA The Rev. Jim Countryman announces
group of guests gathered at the the bus will be leaving the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges church promptly at 6:30: p.m. for
Sr., Sunday Sept. 20, to honor Doris those who need transportation to the
Roe of Jacksonville at a birthday lun- youth rally to be held in Starke Satur-
cheon. Those attending the celebra- day, Oct. 3.
tion were: Mr. and Mrs. Mark Last Thursday, Sept. 24, was a big
Hodges Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges day for little Cindy Lou Countrymanas
Jr., and Randy Hodges and daughterof she celebrated her 6th birthday
Hampton Lake, Mrs. Sandra Hazen with her classmates at school. The M
and Mrs. Kim Morgan and daughterof theme of Snowwhite was used in the
Starke,Jim Roe,Mr. and Mrs. Cur- decorations. Cup cakes and punch
tis Chambers, daughter and friend of were served and party hats and rr
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards favors were presented to each guest. 22.53REG.
of Brooker,Mrs. Linda Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and
and son of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Janacha of Clearwaterwere $26.50Rolodex
Barry Geann of Callahan, Mr. and the weekend guest of the Rev.
Mrs. Richard Hunt and daughter and Jim Countryman family. Single
Mrs., Valletta Lovelace of Gainesvilleand Brooker Baptist Church Rotary Steel :::
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chambersand Cottage prayer meeting will be held : :'!
son of Lexington, Ky. each night this week in preparationfor Card File
Mr. and Mrs. John Boris of the up-coming revival beginningwith For small to medium
Gainesville were the Saturday luncheon services Sunday, Oct. 4.9. Sun- capacity, includes 500 2-1/4'/ '
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. day, Oct 11, will be Homecoming at )x 4" cards and 25 guides. 4 A
Hodges, Sr. the church. The public is invited to' Key-locking steel roll top
The out of town guests attending a any and all services. The secret protects against dirt and d" 1 :-.
tupperware party at the home of Mrs. sisters will gather for a social at the provides privacy. Black with
Hugh Crosby last Thursday were: fellowship hall Thursday night at 7:"JO walnut accent face panel. 2 95
Hazel Carlton, Elaine Griffis, and p.m. (DF4-22S4D-BK)
Mrs. Broderick Crawford of Starke. Junior BrowniesThe REG. $3.89
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howard of Or. Brooker Junior Brownie troop ?
mond Beach and Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed an overnight bike hike out to Eldon Stackables 3.50
Charles Rabbitt of Gainesville were the Gainey home on the Santa Fe LETTER SIZE trays for filing
the Friday luncheon guest of the Sam river last Friday and Saturday. To 6.20 resorting, in.out, catalog REG. $4.49Eldon

Lees earn their. bicycling. .badge the girls REG. $7.75 sheets, and other work
Mrs. William Vellenga of St. rode their Dikes to the uamey nome organization Contemporary Front Load
Petersburg has returned home after then camped out overnight. Duringthe New England I Clix design, molded in highStackables
visiting with her son and family the afternoon the troop learned a new 9.78 impact styrene. t chip: ,
Phil Vellengas' over the weekend. craft, then played games and sang REG. $1150Rolodex 3-Hole Paper Punch peel, rust or dent 212"high desk Narrow design shelf conserves Letter on
Retired CDR and Mrs. EF Hilder- songs before retiring.The Punches to 10 sheets at a time, I Self-stacking to any or space.
size with notch bottom
braunt arrived at the Hugh Crosby play of Jack and the beanstalkwas VIP File spaced 4-1/4" on center. height for deep
home in time to help their daughterMrs. presented to the school last Fri- Decorator line for efficient filing Standard spacing for 11" x Beige (DK31600.0 easy won't access. buckle
Hugh Crosby celebrate her birthday day by several of the Junior Brownie of names and addresses, phones, 8-1/2"/ sheets. 114" holes. Black. BacDK316001)Smoke\ dent plastic :Mix rust and match
recently. After visiting for troop. The girls designed the set customer lists, rosters, recipes, (DH2-NE3.BK) (DK3-1600) colors or stack peel to
several days the Hilderbraunts costumes and updated this classic for etc. 500 2-1/4"/ x 4" cards and 24 any height
returned home to Cape Coral. a fun version of this old favorite. This guides included. Cards are easily BLACK WITH LEGAL SIZE Beige ((01(316070).removed
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Howard and son will help the girls earn the theater for typingBlackWalnut .. WALNUT TRIM Beige(DK3.1602.0) Black (OK316071)Smoke )
Seth of Jacksonville were visiting badge.Brooker / (DF4-VIP24-BK) (DH23WG) 6.10 Black (DK3-1602-1)') 3.95 (IDK3 1607-3))
relatives and friends in the area last Elementary School Beige/Walnut/ (Df4-VIP24-BG ) REG. $8.50 Smoke (DK31602.3 REG. $498 .
Saturday.Mrs. The Brooker Elementary school
Ed Knotts of Hampton Lake held their open house PTA Meeting
Estates was the Friday luncheon last Tuesday large crowd was present ...
guest of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Davis. to start the year off Teachersand .,.,'. ... COUPON SPECIAL!
Last Saturday September 26, was a staff were presented by Principal .. ..
big day for little Andrea Moon Buddy Paterson. Mrs. Jackson's second '1<1'" .: "!;' 't"j\

(daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Andy grade class won the attendance ;;;::;'-t. ..._.........._... :\\ SAVE 30%! l
Moon) who celebrated her second birthday award with the most parents present. .' ,,', ,.ft
.Approximately half of the town Phil Gainey, vice-president, com- t; -
called during the day with birthday mended Cathy Hobbs first grade f"SI )
wishes. In the afternoon ice cream teacher, and Stephen Hunter, for the ..
and cake was served to the guests. outstanding job of heading up the 2.50 Dozen ." .
Those from out of town were: Grand- Scouts program in the Brooker area : ,'w.4.
mother Alma Moon of Lakeland, The big discussion for the night was REG $358Tops 1 ...." .,_
great-uncle Virgil Gaffney and wife of the upcoming Halloween carnival 5 60 \ "While You !' .. ... .. ;::
Auburndale and great-aunt Mable that the PTA each .
sponsors season. "
Gaffney of Ornaldo. The carnival will start off with a REG. $7001V :: ; Were Out" Pads \ /1 i f

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider of parade at 5 p.m. at the farmers 4003)I::; ; Popular 4-1/4'x 5.112"v/ ...... .... ..,. n- ., .. '
Miami were the luncheon guest of her, market followed by a chicken and,rice 1 *,. ..J""" KI '\ padded message pads.-SO- | r. : ; :'
sister Mrs. Jake Keene recently, supper served under the directions; 01.Mrs. ..... JoIIM ?.v +nksheetspeapadlblaekfaio. ..1u.u"J.:. 4. _
-'Mr. and nk. StoW now at this:" r? "x J..r.: a,1for .
Mrs.-Fred McKenzie and -Starrord. Chairman for the 4 I carbon le up 0.1.:?. '. U
children of Tampa were the Saturday booths will be as follows: Raffle Jim book with super value price! 'I", < ,.",.. :
guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick, Bingo Judy Cauthren, future (DL1-3002P) I < 'vt <
Jake Keene. Cake Walk Mr and Mrs Allen Crews, ups etc. / I'i i
Last Sunday, Sept. 27, the home of Hot Dog Stand Nancy McDavid, originals, red I
the Otis Tetstone family was a scene Sweet Shop Lydia Polk, Hay Ride bound. (LLI. ;
of merriment as the Tetstone clan T.J. Mann Crazy Tunnel Susan _ _ -.
gathered for their annual reunion. Scott Country Store Diane Snow .II)1(
There were guests from various Caricatures Caron Bass, Darts and
towns in the state and several from Balloons-Juanita Adams, Duck Pond
South Georgia. After consuming 200 Karen Smith Ring Toss Steve Nipper <.I.II
Ibs of fresh mullet fish with all the Bicycle Race Sixth Grade, COUPON SPECIAL! I iunorts
trimmings the ISO guests gathered Shave the Balloon Sue Douglas.
around for the cutting of an enormous P.T.A President, Woody Mason calleda r-------
cake decorated with 86 tiny rosebuds committee chairmen meeting for e.g acrymsq t tnalq
honoring the head of the clan"George Thursday, Oct. I at 7:30 p m. at the I
Tetstone" on his 86th birthday The school to finalize the events. Anyone 5.95 BOX 9rli4ra 7i rn
youngest member who wishes k ( > 7 p/'. y I ,w, .'
donate ink-olnyii
present was tiny to time and products an
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great grandaughter Brandy Forsythof for the events please call the / ?', 1inmZ not q nistl dT
Raiford, and the oldest was 87 year school during school hours.A >'" I Associated File Folders- > to uiw
old Nancy Cassel of Starke. CPR workshop will be in progressat + .. LETTER SIZE In smooth llnlsh IT pt; : sfragnt( f r y d1 ni o 19'0.r
After a recent heart attack Rayford the school Thursday, Oct. I I. at 2:30: t'. manila Rounded corners Scored bottoms Third Cy f +I;C2Y cr rlda uln na a1
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v Y ;if i\! About Dog .ghthIg .

.!:. Pete Sparks Appears OnTVI _

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Pete Sparks the 80-year-old .never fought dog In his life. Sparks I
breeder New River of Pit Bull Dogs who lives at is an outstanding defender of the Pit t Special Fall Clearance ;
was on the NBC Magazine
television Bill Dog breed as well as the sport of r
show hosted by Douglas dog fighting,and takesmoet, every opportunity
Kiker last
Friday night. Sept. 25.
to express his opinions.

five Sparks minutes was he on estimates national ana was in The his NBC ponies crews and were rattlesnakes not Interested, says r-; <...
used : SALE
JI'1 the atrocities as a rebuttal to statements about Sparks a retired Civil Service
of dog fighting by-a employee who also has traveled widely :
representative: the Humane
snake handler
as a with circuses.
'0:. of the United States.Sparks explained
=i dog fighting isn't cruelty to animals 250/0
'!;I.I::. because the dogs are equally matched .., ... .. .. .... ... A, _.. l To r2L 5 0% Off
:: by weight,age.and condition and the ,
kd handler always has the choice to pick ',.. ... .. ...
,7F up dog up if he sees be can't win. iioridaTheatre Off on Large fT*
: Sparks says a dog can't be made to
&. fight if he doesn't want to; it has to be !
bred into the animal. I HangingBaskets Selection
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NBC showed footage ot a raid on a
dog fight this spring near Augusta,
Ga. The TV cameras were Inside the Starke 964.5451Fri. Indoor
dog fight arena before Georgia agents "
raided. The dogs were confiscatedand ., Sot., Sun. ...'. ,.
are still being held as evidence., ]Plants '.
The cameras recorded dog fightersspreadeagled 25"aOff! ,".,
on the ground and beIng -
04z searched for weapons. One badly 'I '
cut up bitch which later died from the on all .)'f'.
injuries was shown. The opponent's .. Get Your Fall .4.;!
handler was grabbed up by its .
handler who leaped out of windowand CHEVY CHASE LandscapePlants
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An effort is being made In Georgia : Now
to have dog fighting declared a .
felony, rather than a misdemeanor. Except Roses and of all Great Selection
301 Drive In
Sparks was on the Mike Douglas
Show in December of 1974. I" Citrus Trees Fall Annuals .7.-
Si Perlman, who engineered last Fri., Sat.Hollywood x. ,
week's NBC Magazine Show flew :... -*)\
down from New York City and was Knights Rosier's Nursery .
met by two NBC cameramen anc'' .Plot* Y
NBC Magazine Host Doug Kiker whc ,
flew down from Washington, D.C. to And Garden Center
interview Sparks at his kennels at
k New River. About three hours of film
,'', ,metleali 5tarriva was made but only five minutes made R -. 301 south walnut street t .'.J
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1 it on the air Sparks says. 964-6214 -
4- Sparks says he is now getting phone
Pete calls from all the U.S.
Sparks over about hit
i Defends Dog Fighting appearance on the show. Sparks says .-/ Good Thru Oct IS 1 rls'e1
he was dubbed the "Dean of Dog
&Kt Fighting."despite the fact that he has Sun., Mon.

I Pick Up Summer

I'Hampton Hilites j PLUS A

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:g; by DelOftl Meng couraged to attend this first meeting. <
J Phone 4W-191S Project leaders are needed too. For

i%} Women's Club more In formation. please call .. ,
&; The Hampton Women's Club will 468-1220. '
&: meet on Thurs. evening Oct. 1. at 8 Birthdays
fe o'clock: in the City Hall All interested Clarice Adkins celebrated her birthday .
83: women of the community are Invited on 'Sept. 25. Shannon Ford .
!f$: to attend. celebrated her 12 birthday Sept. 26. .jLOOK. Archery Closeout
This Club has been very active andproductive Angelina Crews had a party for
:They are responsible for friends on Sun. in celebration of her 8 3O%
,.vl"l1 t! ft r t 1..d In the City Hall. birthday. Tina. Branham,celebrated' M .. ,. OffF
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i 5 Also they have beautified this her 10blrth'day Sept. 29! l' ,]8jtillotb "
f :: building "putting: pictures/Ion the at Luncheon )' i j' All.ZS iii l SK9l'IIIns"
fc- wall and adding other decorative Rosa Jaidar Moreira was honoredon ,olloi t ,Consistsr i >< ........ ..... .............
::: items. Wed. at a luncheon held at the -wr: .o Bauer Rabbit
JS: The Women's Club has another home of Mrs. Paul Meng. A group of $6995 All Smith & Wesson
& Rummage Sale scheduled for Sat. friends attended in celebration of 22 LR/410 GA Over/Under
$3 Oct. 10, in the City Hall.They will ap- Rosa's birthday which occured on Ammo At
3M predate donated Items of clothing, Sept. 25. 1 r
; toys tools, andtthenupcoming household items. Surprise Party '
tie Their last sale was successful. The Mark Hodges enjoyed the birthday Dealer Cost
*:-* $70 they profited for) celebration held by family membersfor .. ................ ........
Christmas party and him on Sept. 29. Harrington & Richardson Smith & WiisoiiHuntingSurvival
float. Back Home
n Women's? 'Club members have I Scott 'Clark returned home Sat. 10 GA Magnum 32" Full
'i planted pampas grass,day lilies,and following five months working on $ a 9 05 Shot w/Recoil Pad Knifes
other, ornamentals at the Hampton training race horses in Ohio, Ken- Single
Cemetery and the Recreation center.. tucky and Indiana. He worked at sa.
IS Senior Citizens Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ellis 4 9 Ust t Prtct '69"

will The meet Hampton Friday Senior afternoon Citizens Oct..Club'at 7 Park Over and the Riverdowns.weekend he attended the .......................................
InterestedIn Thoroughbred Horse Show and Sale in Harrington Richardson
o'clock in the City Hall.All 95 Camouflage
an enjoyable time are Invited to attend Ocala and made a purchase there.He $ 5"9"
9 J is now concentrating on grooming and 12 GA Single Shotgun
dswort4 Family EntertainsJerry training horses at the Clark Farm. J Hats & Clothing
Bobbin and Jody Wadsworth Attend Show f,
entertained with the Jocephus Band Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs. Randy Off
last ,$at. at the Arts and Crafts Scoggins attended the Christmas !! 2Op
Festival held at the Bradford County Flower Show held ast Carlstead JIll! ',.j' ........ ...................
Fair Crounds..Theyare to b*com ri $tsin.JsqksonvilleonSunday.; sf'. : Harrington> & Richardson
this service .. $ All Swiss Knives
mended for volunteering 9 99 Army
which Involves their talent and time Halloween Carnival 20 GA / 30.30
besides moving all their electronic; .''Jolene l ese, Carnival Chairman.
and other' equipment. AU who heard .Is busy completing plans for the Annual 2O% Off
; Halloween Carnival to be held at .
them apracUte,/ 'Visitors their efforts.Mr ;**,. .t-the school oa Sat.Oct. 31.r .......................................
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins enJoyed j<1; Parents can plan on making
All Gerber Knives
: Mod 4 Autoloader
s;' the Friday visit of their friends costumes: for their children as this $ Remington

f:-?i Mrt Bayless. and Highway.Mrs. Pitt Newsome, of 'festivities.event is a popular part of the 3 5 99. .243 .270, .308. 30.08 2O% Off

::4: On Adkins accompanied ,; Tickets will go on sale Monday for
$$: her daughters Helen Richard :<''''the children's raffle. Prizes for this -- ..............................:.......
>55 of Ocala to Ft. Pierce where theyi raffle are a 12" black and white TV
i!H.nd an AM/FM transistor radio. 7600 All Smith's Whetstones
i visited her brother, H.W; Prelster. Remington
:% who Is in ill health. They, returned. ;J The 5. 0, 7 grades have the oppor.tunlt $ 2 5 9 g Ii
:cr home on Sunday. t For.sell tickets for the adult raf- Pump Rifle .270, .308, 30.06 2O% Off
::: Hampton 4-H Clubs 11I !' '-" "fle.,, participation they need to
: ;=:;: The first meeting of the Fall season .Prizes have signed the permission adult raffle from parents. --" ........................................
:; for the Hampton 4-H Cub will be held on are a $100
Sj5 Tuesday the home .shopping spree at Winn Dixie and a Mag-lites
Smith & Wesson 1500 Deluxe
fT: of Mary Jan Newman. This ls Volunteers
located the Meng Dairy Road, the are needed for the
on Completa with Q.D. Swivels
2O% Off
fc third house on the left behind HampP various booths and activities plannedto
ton Elementary\ School. make this Carnival successful. The Your choice 270 or 30.06 .......................................
?. 8 Anyone from 8-17 years of age is in- school may be called for more information. $249 9 S
fc|vited to attend. Parent also are en- List Price $379.95 All Scopes

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cards. brochures LeupohJ, Redfleld, Tasco

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t t posters advertising

c i circulars' ...we print With Scope Mounts & Rings ,f AH Widow/maker

them all! See us for
Any Caliber In Stack
$ 9. Calls
fast service at reasonable I 259 Ust Price $349.95 Turkey

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I Vacancies Still Exist in Lake Butler Apartments: .. .; ,;.- : :i..' .

If you value quiet living in a well eligibility based on Housing and Urban Several of the units are rented to tenants Is planned soon. are allowed.While under construction subsidy complex's are In Alachua and
maintained atmosphere at fair Development income limits for retired couples and there are also Also set for construction Is a the units were hooked up for cable units are also in Chiefland, Macclenny -
market value. Lake Butler Apart- Union County. handicapped units. playground area for the children in television, recently approved by the and Live Oak.
ments still has 18 vacancies and is The unfurnished apartments ranging the complex. Included in the monthly Lake Butler council.
in size from one to four bedrooms rental pest control service, sewer Similar units will be built
looking for tenants,according to com- soon In
"We do not discriminate, everyoneIs
have central heat and air conditioning water and trash pick-up, generaimaintenance Starke
plex manager Tracy Bair. checked and treated equally," said and lawn No said Mrs. Bair. Two separate

Mrs. Bair. Part of the criteria for occupancy carpeting, major appliances and ... .. ., care. pets ... ...,
Is three credit curtains on the double insulated win- -. -. -, ,. .' -'.. r w ". xr
good -
Completed in June by Royal employed, dows. f ";, ; C"! r. :'. I Iti. .'q .>, y'. .. +.t.-y.. fc "''':1IJ'jJ
American Construction Co. of references, gainfully per-
Panama City, the 48-unit complex is sonal references and good rental On a tour of the complex,Mrs.Bair ki
almost 65 percent occupied since ren- history.It pointed out the roomy bedrooms __
tals started In August. large closets centrally located coin-
is irony said Mrs. Bair when the operated laundry and ample parkingarea.
Built with a Farmers Home Ad- prison system recently received a f y
ministration loan under a Section 8 raise, many people who would have
the units rented to The complex has a kitchen equipped
subsidy, are been eligible and would have made
tenants who evaluatedon club room which Is available for r- F
qualified are good tenants now make too much
an individual basis on the numbe money and are over subsidy level. tenants to use for meetings and small
in the family, income acre and parties. A covered dish dinner for

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Bassiiiasters ... _U T ,, -i

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i" Bradford Bassmasters held their didn't miss too much action. Some of cond. Congratulatons to Ed and
: regular monthly tournament Friday the Bassmasters found the going Harry. I am sure they deserved it.
night, Sept. 11 on Orange Lochloosa 'rough'..All Bassmasters were ready Edwin has a very good start for this
*.. Lakes. Tournament began at 7 p.m. to call it quits at 8 a.m.Saturday mor- year. He has won the first two tour
U Friday night ended at 8 p.m. Satur- ning. naments.
day morning. Both of these lakes are Friday night, Sept. 25, at 7:30: p,m.,
low and grassy.I the Bradford Bassmasters had their
Spacious Apartment... personally did not fish this tourna- After each Bassmaster weighed his Banquet. This was held at the Starke
catch, Edwin Johns was the winner.He Golf and Country Club.
Lake Butler Apartments manager Tracy Bair shows a vacant unit complete with carpet and ment due to other activity, but after landed the largest Bass at 8 plus Basswishes:
draperies. talking to some of the it I
men seems pounds. Harry Sheffield placed se- Neil Crawford

I Area HappeningsManagement r

Area .': .. I
Public\Hearing ,
For Water _
Lake City-With the approach of Management DistrictThe
hunting season, personnel from the St.Johns River Water Manage- sincome..
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
ment District announces a public
Commission are kept busy performing -
workshop to which all persons are in-
maintenance on wildlife manage-
ment areas. DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, Oct. PLUS thestrength
Like the homeowner, landownersand
13, 1981 at 2 p.m.
division of wildlife personnelmust PLACE: Vero Beach City Hall,
do routine repairs in order to in- Vero Council Chambers, 1053 20th I
sure a safe'and enjoyable outdoor ex .
Place, Vero Beach, Fla.
perience. PURPOSE: To discuss staff draft
"There are approximately 1,041,700 revisions before the Board and
acres of land under management in
receive public comment regarding
the northeast region. This represents proposed revisions to Chapter 40C-4,
862 miles of fences be and "
to repaired of ai
F.A.C., Management and Storage
boundaries to be posted,' said Art Surface Waters.A e I of
Stockle, wildlife biologist. copy of the agenda and staff draft
projects currently underway revisions may be obtained by writingthe
include improvement of campsites, St. Johns River Water Manage- '
planting food plots, deer census ment District,P.O.Box 1429,Palatka,
counts and check station repairs. Florida
Fl, 32077.
The sportsmans dollar is utilized to 1
pay for improvements and repairs on e
management areas. Each person in Farm Bureau To
the woods can help reduce the cost of ,
maintenance by Hold Annual Meeting
being a responsible Bank
sportsman. The Bradford County Farm Bureau
This includes taking all trash and will hold their Annual Membership ,
rubbish out with you, reporting van- Meeting for 1981,on Saturday, Oct. 10, f.!
dals destroying signs or fencing and 1981. The meeting will be held at the

by Persons driving wishing only on established to report vandalsor roads. in Natioanl Starke Guard Florida.Armory at 6:30 p.m., Everyone wants your money! Brokers Money market funds are not insured by f

persons found littering on wildlife and Savings and Loans..but in these the federal government. :.
management areas should call toll uncertain times, you can't be too careful. :'.
free at 13003423105. Roll over your 6-month CD penalty free.
At feel
Florida Bank we great about our

All Savers Certificate.With a minimum You can redeem your. Florida Bank w:
investment of as little as S500. you get: Money Market Certificate now partially or !t.i!
wholly and purchase a tax-free All Savers ( :

e Uncle Fred Mueller says Highest yields: No Savings and Loan.Certificate without the usual penalty for f

? Come Get Your credit union or bank can pay you more. early withdrawal. ;:::

A.Y- And more importantly your investment ::E

Rye Grass Up to $2,000 tax-free Income on a joint is backed by the strength assets and f:'::
Seed Now return.bu can buy now\ then renew before stability of a great statewide bank that has h

December 31; 1982 and add two years been serving Florida for nearly century :

t .. Plenty in Stock interest toward your tax-free total. Check the chart below to see just how ;1
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For Winter Pastures high your taxable equivalent yield can be. ;

rl We Have the Feed Insured savings up to $100.000. There is Stop in and ask us about the All Savers, .,_ *:

i 1 f: ,> for All of your no safer investment.bur savings are Certificate. Now you can get tax-free f-;

f "ai ,' animals & poultry guaranteed up to 100.000 by, the FDIC. income plus the strength. of Florida. Bank., : '
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Fish Better than a money market fund ..iu
RabbitsGoats ,:'
.frtAir you Make: Your Tax: .Bracket Probably Is: The Taxable Equivalent Yield for These Rates: ;a i'
,, You 121. 12.5% 1'3% :

f NameIt $50,000 50% 241. 25% 26%' .I" :,.

a 4 40% 201. 20.83% 21.67% \

ss 30% 17.14% 17.86% 18.57% :v.;.-

Above illustration is approximate and is used as example, only S i t
Substantial interest penalty and loss ol tax exemption early withdrawal\ : a

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