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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Would you believe It was 73 degrees about 8 a.m. Wednesday morning '.,'*.? Two S'iil.a. ,i.'. .
Low Tuesday night was 89 degrees and high recorded Tuesday was 92. SECTIOPI, At,"' .;, .;3 ii'1 .1,
But lately its beginning to cool off more at night. N_..,,'...A. ,, .'.. t. .'.... 1 ,. ; I
Look for more widely scattered afternoon thunderstorms this weekend, Editorial,.t. .'. .',1 .Y. "Fog 4Social.i. ;
with highs in the 90's. No rain is predicted today (Thursday, Aug. 5), .. d. .. ... .Pay.. S.t Y '
however. Co'rpondnt! . . .Pag*
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recordable rain during the week fell Monday, Aug. 2, when .e inches were Lg.lt. . . . . i Pafl 10 :
measured at the Louis Hill fire tower at Highland, ,4 at the New River t ',
tower on SR-100 west of Starke,and .2 at the Santa Fe tower on 301-S. Rain .4
was' recorded in Starke was Wed. .04 inches, Thurs. .02,Friday .45 and SECTION iiObltwarl ':'
Saturday .37. **. . . . .Pag. 2,3 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side Heaven'
July rainfall was just.02 inches off the SO year average of 8.68 inches, at Nw Brlfi. . . . .Poe.4 .
8.66 inches. CloMlfldt/ . . . ,Pag. I,* 104th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Only 2 Final OK Expected on. New BCH Wing I IFinal



Days Left approval on Bradford Hospital Corpora present building will be used primarily for sup- beds, reducing the size of the proposed wing, and staff report stated, ". the permanent closing
tion's $6,029,325 renovation and expansion program port services and storage. lowering total costs of the project. and delicensure of these 27 beds (UGH) cannot
is expected next week when the Florida According to hospital administrator C.E. According to the Health Systems Plan for the be assumed offhand."
\ Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (Rip) O'Steen, the renovation and expansion program five-county area, there is now an excess of some Having reviewed the hospital's original application
To] RegisterJust will take final action on the program by will correct a majority of the present 300 hospital beds in Alachua, Bradford, Levy, during a public hearing in Starke on
August 14. physical deficiencies as outlined by the Joint Putnam, and Union Counties. The committee June 24, the North Central Florida Health Plann-
So far, the amended application, filed by BHC Commission on Accreditation Hospitals, and staff disagreed with the Bradford Hospital's ing review committee on July 8 had recommended -
two days, Friday and Saturday has received unaimous favorable recommendation the Licensure Division of the State HRS. assumption that Union General Hospital in Lake that the BCH application to expand to 70 beds
remain in which to register to from the North Central Florida Health Plan- The hospital lost its accreditation in 1971, Butler would not continue to operate, and the the be denied.
vote in the first primary Sept. 7 and ning Council, Inc., following committee reviews regaining it less than three weeks ago after cor- BCH service area would eventually include not According to the Health Systems Plan for the
the second primary Sept. 21. and public hearings.The recting many of the former deficiencies. The only Bradford County and the Keystone Heightsarea five-county area, there is now an excess of some
total cost represents construction of the new wing will be the first major renovation at but Union County also. 300 hospital beds in the area.
The Bradford County elections office new 28,040 square foot wing, as well as renova- BCII since it was built in 1955. The original BHC application had stated "The Since 1978, BCH has maintained a patient load
will be open today and Friday tion of the present facility. The new addition will Prior to the final hearing on the application, recent operational history of Union General of about 56 percent, while Union General's patient -
.' from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. The office will be used to house all of the hospital's 54 beds, hospital officials altered their original proposalby Hospital has been such that one cannot plan on load has decreased steadily from 55.7 per-
also be open Saturday, Aug. 7, from 9 which will include four special care beds. The dropping a request to install 16 additional its availability." The project review committee cent to 38.9 percent last year.
a.m. to 5 p.m., says Supervisor of
: Elections Neva Flynn for the con- I I
vienence of those who cannot be there

> during regular working hours. Judge, Lawyers, ApathyHit

As of 3:30: p.m. Wednesday'there
were now 7,831 registered voters in rw
the county, a net gain of 49 voters in k rr' t ti r Crime"We've
the past week, and a gain of 1,346 & $ for Softness on
registered voters since the 1980 elec- t '
tion. Some 300 voters registered in the itiikvt r err' ,.y "
4y reached a low ebb in our society, Circuit Judge Wayne M.
past 30 days. Carlisle, senior judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit, told members of the
The name of anyone registering Starke Rotary Club last week.
,. after Aug. 7 will be kept off the voter Blaming "obstructionist lawyers" and some "soft-hearted and soft
list until the general election Nov. 2. i we' headed"judges for much of the increased crime rate,Judge Carlisle said

Seven races are set for the Sept. public apathy Is also a contributing cause do to the fact that "20 percent of
primaries in the county and the city of the voters elect the officials who run our government." Eighty percent of
Starke. Starke's first primary is Sept. the people who could vote are "too busy or too lazy to go to the polls"
14, a week later than the county and Judge Carlisle said.
state. -.. Startling figures on the spiralling crime rate were pointed to by the
All the big state offices from the speaker, who said murder was up 9.8 percent in Florida last year, rape up
governor on down, the Dist. 21 state five percent; larceny up seven percent; robbery up 4.3 percent, aggravated -
House post, and the Dist. 5 state assault up four percent, and breaking and entering up seven
Senate post, and the U.S. House of ., ? percent.Judge.
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Representatives Distrct 2 post all !' r Carlisle blamed most of this increase on "too soft treatment" of
have candidates running in the Sept.7 ?r*' criminals by the courts, and a "don't care" attitude on the part of the
first primary. 1 public. Replying to complaints about the treatment of prison inmates,
At the local level the races are: Judge Carlisle said that 60 percent of those in prison have been there
County commission: District 2, in- before, "So they must liek what they're getting.' From his observation
cumbent E.L. (Nook) Norman and Judge Carlisle said, "I feel that I'm raising their standard of living every
newcomer Les Whitehead. District 4 time I send one there."
incumbent E.W Hodges and Terming the Hinckly verdict as the "grossest injustice" ever
challenger Bill Alderman. perpetrated in the courts of our country, Judge Carlisle said that Con-
School board: District 1, incumbent gress could stop such miscarriages of justice "any time they're ready"By
Arthur Gaskins and challenger Judy eli passing the necessary laws dealing with insanity as a defense to
Becker. In District 2, incumbent crime.,
Patricia Spengler is challenged by
Ted Oglesby and Maxie Reddish.
District 5, incumbent and current
.- -school board .
chairman J.'Pi Parrish is" '
"
challenged by Jerry Lawson.In 1t s :
Have PistolIn
the City of Starke Group 1 com- N JLegal to
missioner Bob Milner is challengedby

former police chief and body shop ..
operator Bobby Biggs, and in Group
commissioner Travis Woods is again : > Car Home BusinessA

challenged Joe Williams.by Starke apartmentowner .. ': **1; fi3 % .. % ,

Candidates with whom Telegraph ... ; new state law makes it legal for Dave McCampbell of the Bradford-
staffers have spoken with this week citizens to carry a pistol shotgun, or Union Guidance Clinic.
says they are about to get serious 4 j rifle in a vehicle "as long as it is not
about their campaign, that they'll be .. 4 : readily available," Sheriff Dolph Upheld three recommendations of

out seeing people and ringing ',.,\. -. Reddish told Bradford County com- the Bradford County Zoning Board:
doorbells. missioners Monday, Aug. 2. ..Thomas Harper, 5 acres off
In the area recently have been state
Speedville Road from RSF-1
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single
Senate candidate Bill Grant and "Is it legal to carry a pistol in a residential
family ) to RSF-HM-1
former Dist. vehicle?" Commissioner E.L. (Nook)
S state Senator Pete
l'1.1iiIlt (mobile home
or conventional home).
Norman asked the sheriff.
Skinner who is challenging Rep. Don
...Eldon F. Ritchey, 29 acres, 7
Fuqua for his Dist. 2 U.S. House teat. "As long as it is out of reach," miles south on the west side of SR-100,
Lt.Gov. Wayne Mixson made a All Ages Enjoy Sheriff Reddish replied, giving a second from single family residential to
whistle stop at the Bradford County LCI Plant Show... I explanation."The mobile homes or conventional homes.
courthouse Friday afternoon.The ...D.M. Hale, 11 acres, lamile south
main thing is have
Brian and Erin Dobbins, sons you can on east side of US-301, from OR (open
Bradford Education Association of Fred and Becky Dobbin of r'f one, Sheriff Reddish added.A rural) to CI (intensive industrial) for
has endorsed Rep. Frank Starkewere no exception as ; pistol cannot be carried on the operation of a private truck terminal
Williams and Dist. 5 state Senate can- they leave with their plant and seat of a car, where it is readily with office on site. This rezoning will
didate Jim Crews. cookie, all part of the second annual available. It has to be kept in the necessitate a change in the county's
Plant Show at Lei Satur glove compartment, or under the land use plan. The property is located
In the local school board races day. seat, where it is a two-step operation next to the drive-in theatre on US-301
BEA has endorsed Judy Becker anJ t4 to get the weapon, explains Starke south of Starke.In .
Jerry Lawson. AU the candidateswere Favorites of Robin Register, Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. A two-

Invited to attend an interview daughter of Freeman III and ,tj step operation, Bowen says, is unlat- another zoning action the com-
session and make a presentation last Paula Register of Hampton ching the glove compartment and mission agreed to allow Mrs. J.T
Thursday night to BEA members.No Lake, were one of the bridgesand reaching in to get the pistol. Padgett to advertise for a public hear

endorsement was made In the the hanging basket, which A citizen carrying a pistol in a ing to be held on a petition to have a
Dist. 2 school board race in which in- looks like a tree In the holster in a public place can expect to mobile home moved adjacent to her
cumbent Pat Spengler is being background above Robin's head. get himself arrested Sheriff Reddish single family residence. Mrs. Padgett
challenged by educator Ted Oglesby She called It the huge plant a"tornado" explained to the county commission.The explained that her husband died and

and Maxie Reddish, assistant The plant was the discussion came up during an she cannot drive. She wants to move
maintenance sweepstakes winner at the 1982 her daughter and son-in-law
between
'supervisor at Florida exchange Sheriff Reddish onto the
State Prison. The vote was so close Bradford County Fair. r. and the county commission on the request property so they can help out. The
between Oglesby, director of the vo- of R.C. (Pee Wee) Dampier for public hearing is set for 7:45: p.m.
. tech center, and Mrs. Spengler that Some 300 attended got a tour t a gun permit.In Aug. 30, just prior to the scheduled
< no endorsement was made. of the greenhouses and the landscaped public hearing on the county budget.
gardens, received a complimentary [ ; other
action Monday the
commission -
refreshments.plant, and enjoyed : : : Was told by county attorney

e I Dudley Hardy that the proposed min
, Passed a resolution asking for ing ordinance is "not something I
See Page 4B for more picturesand $1,951 to help minorities under the could do overnight, and I assume they
a story on the show by i:" Community Service Trust Program. can't." Replying to a question by the
I Telegraph staffer Carolyn ? The money, coming from the Florida commissioners Hardy was explain-
rTURSDAY. Eaves. f Department of Community Affairs, ing why nothing has yet been heard on
IB .,t will be used to pay part of the salary the proposal for a mining ordinance
of a day treatment worker in a pro- the attornies from Georgia Pacificare
gram to prevent hospitalization of the supposed to draw up for the coun-
J aged, said Program Coordinator ty to study.


Approval Received for New Mental Health ClinicApproval gotten Was signatures told that attorney from Jack Hardy Court-has-

J nay and Mrs. Loree LaNier who are
-,- giving property for the right-of-way to
for a new $471,500 mental Road. The clinic staff prefers the
property months. Attorney Richard Speedville Road
Welty a pave near Keystone
Ava. 3KIDOII health clinic to be located behind the behind the courthouse just off former clinic board president has Guidance clinics handle mental heights. Hardy said he lacks several
KMHAOI courthouse or on Edwards Road has North Temple Ave. because the clinic been chosen as the attorney in charge health problems, emotional problems other signatures but is nearing the
With Unit. Hoary a AMI Mllll been given by the Federal Housing is involved with the court system and of the FHA loan. alcohol and drug problems, end. The commission is anxious to
with th. G"*pl Puppet the Administration and by the trustees of the probation and parole service. and do forensic examinations for per- begin paving, but doesn't want to
7:30 PM r Sunday t PM Dally Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic sons awaiting trial.
start until all the
Next is right-of-way has
in Starke. step to seek bids on the
Samptan City Church: .f God building, which will contain offices The loan will be repaid with clinic The Bradford-Union Guidance been secured. The board is asking
The new mental health building will for 15 clinical workers, a medical fees and funds which, hopefully, will Clinic has been in existance for 10 residents to donate the right-of-way
MONDAY. Au..1 house the staff of some 30 persons records room, plus clinical offices for be provided by the District 3 Mental years. Quite a number of the on grounds the paving will greatly improve -
VACATION MMJ SCHOOL plus have a large annex to operate a such programs as Children and Fami- Health Agency, headquartered in employees celebrated 10 of the value of the property.
years service -
Norttuld.feptUt Church Community Care for the Elderly pro- ly Services, Substance Abuse in- Gainesville. Other clinics in the state last month.
Aug. 11i7.PMTUHPAY gram. The clinic is now housed In a have received
cluding alcohol and drug cases, and building funds from
Indicated
it will seek
to have
""" frame house and a mobile home on' the Community Support Services in- district ''mental health agencies, President of the B-U clinic board Is health a
Aug. IB West Madison county nurse serve as the coun-
Street. A new building cluding the which receive state Rev. Nick Daniels
of
program for the elderly. funding. Lake Butler., ty representative to the
HAMPTON COUNCILMISTING has been sought for the past year:, The Children and Family Services Vice-president is Bradford County Health Planning Council. regional

,- <.f. 7 PM The Guidance Clinic has been given section, for instance, has five fulltime !Commissioner E.W. Hodges. Fifty
1000 land behind the present courthouse by employees. Seventy-five percent of client fees percent of the board members are Was told the Griffis Loop railroad
MOMLI AT STALKS the are saved by the state, and 25 percent from Bradford County 50
Bradford County Commission. A percent crossing will be
CHAMMI OP No repaired. The job will
COMMIRCI date la
possibility exists that the starting has been set for paid by the clinic. Otherwise,counties from Union. start
13
new said
AM PM construction. It is Sept. Commissioner
hoped the building would
have
building will be housed on Edwards to pay for medical E.W. Hodges who
be was informed of the
can completed In the next 12-16 care for the indigent. Clinic director is Dr. Bill Lennon. railroad decision by Jim Falrcloth.70 .



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P.frtA TELEGRAPH August S.1S82


Starke, Residents Urge Commission, to Include Road Repair in New Budget


t ; ?'"' clean messes aa left Schaefer that Step'3 of the applications on the Negotiating Committee for the
and sucn
"This is he in up
with an
; The City Commission has agreed to roughs System B-3 computer replied. emergency, when the Martin Tackle building for the city's third year of the group, but the Starke commission
consider dollars for paving roads in greatly increased memory capacityand added. decided Tucker is too busy here and
North Avenue. and Urban Development
U.S. Housing
"I'd rather ask our attorney, said burned on Temple
Us new budget now in the simplified computerized the council.operation Commissioner Bob Milner, saying he Brown said the city doesn't have the (HUD) has been approved.Thatis declined to approve the nomination.
of work, after 15 was approved by Tucker not upset.
was
preliminary stages clerk Neil Tucker has been bringing was not arguing with Schaefer but authority now. Answer to the problem the last step before receiving a
residents of Dalewood subdivision on City wanted to be sure."That's the attorney said, is: 1) a code check for the $330,000 grant, Schaefer
SR-16 in west Starke asked when their up the computer lit every council just enforcement board, or 2) a more str- said. '.Was told by attorney Terry Brown
meeting. Tuesday night Tucker with the union
roads will be paved. that negotiations
and improvement of had Eddie Douglas of the firm of correct, said Attorney ingent ordinance. the city police are
out representing
Cleaning the
ask at suggestionof
I Decided to ,
Brown, quickly confirming
the Terry
the ditches in the subdivision was the Davis, Monk & Farnsworth give Schaefer's statement. "People think we're doing Commissioner Schaefer engineerJim reaching final stages. The council
only promise the group got from the council an analysis of the BurroughsB93 nothing," said Commissioner Bob Lucas to examine his ordinanceon needs to have an executive session
council, which has not gotten aroundto system and an IBM System 34. sometime next week to go over the
"See, I know my P's and Q's, said Milner. water and sewer rate increases to
thinking about street paving in its Douglas said his firm has an IBM Schaefer. if allowance can be made for 40-page( agreement, Brown said.
System 34 in its Gainesville office, "I've been asked about it three see an
budget.
new The group asked that three streets, and when he started his study of the Council Okays times in recent days," said Mayor- water which system does, such not as flow water into for the a Okayed validation of $4 million in
sewer
and Fairlane, two he preferred the IBM. Commissioner Vernon Silcox. from the
Woodlawn Dalewood systems The council had the revenue certificates, up
be paved. What are the city's plans But after he and clerk Tucker traveled Generator Repair Two week ago, Brown said, he'd swimming pool. before them, city previous $3 million, at the suggestionof
for paving in the near future, asked to New Smyrna Beach to look at Either repair or purchase of a used asked the Starke state attorney's of- proposed ordinance out but chose to fiscal agent Glen Allen of the firmof
Buford (Blue) McKinney, spokesman the Burroughs B-93 system, and talk drive shaft for the number five 1,000 fice to prosecute the Martin Tackle clerk Tucker pointed "'Ishert Allen, Johnson & Barnes of
for the group.Commissioner. ed with the city clerk in Niceville, KW capacity Superior generator in case, citing city and state ordinances, ignore it Tuesday night. St.Petersburg. The city needs the
Jimmy Crosby said Douglas said he switched and recommended the city power plant was okayed by but the state attorney here is busy Instructed clerk Tucker to apply funds to finance electrical and sewer
he is "fairly sure, without looking at the Burroughs. the council on the recommendation of prosecuting a prison murder case, General Services improvements.Bond .
the list"that Dalewood streets are not Douglas said: IBM does not handle the bond trustees. and has not gotten to the city's pro- for a catalog to the warehouse in market rates have comedown
the next group of streets to be paved, software for its System 34, and Bur- The engine will be down for sometime blem. Jacksonville.Administration The city is eligible sinceit drastically Brown reported, one
but maybe the second group. roughs does. The Burroughs program Commissioner Schaefer said issue sold by Fisher, Allen Johnson &
federal HUD ,
project
McKinney asked, what about the does not have to be altered with swit- reported. The drive shaft cracked Christmas Decoration has a Burke going for 8.5 percent.
near future? ching to a larger system, the IBM program where it goes into the housing. A new Order Okayed by Council Commissioner Schaefer.
"It's back to the money," Commissioner does. Plus Burroughs offered a drive shaft would cost $125,000, Brown
that
Using some$7,000 the city received Agreed to participate at a cost of Was told by attorney
the trade-in the city's present outdated Schaefer said. The five Superior
answered. Usually, on
Crosby for metal the council agreed of judgements have been filed against
of
old. scrap some $3,000 in the effort a group
street when it and outgrown Burroughs bookkeeping engines are some 36-37 years
a
city paves one year with Commission Schaefer's recom- cities who will call themselves the some utility customers to get back
and usually when a machine and offered a discount; The plant has a "new" 750 KW ,
has the
money mendation to order Christmas payments, if the property is ever sold.
East Florida Municipal to oppose -
contractor is in the area for some IBM did not offer either. Finally the diesel generator,which the city got as Group
cost difference, Burroughs was surplus from the Navy, to take the decorations.Ten the Florida Power & Light application -
.
other Job.Paving 10 Santa Clauses, Was told the budget was not ready,
snowmen for a 16 percent increase in
is not to be confused with $13,500 cheaper. place of number five, so the capacityof
and will be ordered that t clerk Tucker had been too busy
two lighted signs wholesale power rates, the rate the city
work and the plant is sufficient for now,
repaving, which is repair says Schaefer said. Plus, city workmenwill FPL for electricity.City with other matters to prepare it by
cautioned.The Lightning Strikes Power Plant Superintendent George pays
much Crosby
cheaper
and refurbish what be
repair can Clerk Tucker was nominated Tuesday night.
in subdivi- Graudons.The .
city faces a problem City Radio System salvaged from the decorations the ci-
sions which were accepted before Lightning got into the base radio power plant crew has been 1 __ >
in subdivision the number ty already owns. .i
rebuilding one superior
road paving became required knocking I "'
station last Thursday, July 29, Schaefer said he wants to order the
regulations, Crosby con out all communication betweenthe but a problem with oil leaking into the decorations in plenty of time.
tinued. Back then, it was cheaper to city hall and its utility depart cooling tower stopped that work when
buy a lot in an unpaved subdivision, ments, said Commission Charles the crew had to switch to the new pro- In other action in a lengthy f TakeClose
but now the city is being asked to pave Schaefer.The blem. All this week the plant has hada
the streets it accepted.Dalewood was council authorized emergency spare engine, which gives the meeting, the council: t i
in 1959. operators some comfort, Graudonssays. : :'t jh'I
platted purchase of a new base station to cost Took under consideration for its .i
To have a subdivision accepted for approximately $2,000 at Commis- By next week, or soon, Supt. budget a request for $3,000 from Dale L &;
maintenance now the streets Graudons hopes to have number one .
city
sioner Schaefer's request. Jerry Brown from the local Pop Warner /
have to be paved, curb and gutters, the back in back on line.CleanUp.
Thompson got city opera- Football Association. "We 11 take it
sewer and water lines and sidewalks tion Friday by substituting a mobile Ordinance under advisement. I don't know whatwe'll Q

installed. station for the base. be able to do, if anything," Look
Purchase The council has a resolution requiring Asked by Commission Mayor-Commissioner Silcox told .
Computer bids on any purchase over $1,000, Attorney Terry Brown was in- Brown.
Okayed by CommissionA clerk Tucker pointed out. structed to write a more stringent or REELECTPat
$64,200 purchase of a new Bur- Not in emergencies, SchaeferThe dinance giving the city authority to go Was told by Commissioner ,
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Cancer Crusade Only Phone Rate Set Here
$800 From 1982 Goal Hearing Tuesday SPENGLERDistrict

Junior Food Stores made a$400 con-
Public Service CommissionPSC at 209 Thompson Street. The Marian PSC set an over-all rate of return of
tribution to the Cancer Crusade during -
has the times of the is for the time. fair and reasonable for
( ) changed na hearing set same 9.06 percent as
the past week, leaving the 1982
day for the public hearing scheduled the company. The utility is requestingan
drive only $800 short of its $8,000 Tuesday, Aug. 10, in Marianna and On April 30, Continental Telephone increase in its over-all return to 2 School Board
quota. Starke the of Continental requested rate increase of$1 millionIn
on application 11.21 percent.
The Junior Food Stores raised the
Telephone Company for a rate in- annual revenues. In June the PSC School Board
8 Years on
through washes, barbe-
money car a crease. suspended the proposed increase so Purpose of the hearings is to allow
que, and other activities in the local the matter could be fully investigatedand customers of the utility to present 20 Years on March of Dimes Board
stores. "And, several individuals
The public hearing is still scheduledfor hearings could be held. testimony about the company s rates
responded to our request" says Miss' Aug. 10, but the time has has been and services. Has worked within the school systemI
Lillian Stump, chairwoman of the 82 changed to 4 to 6 p.m. Anyone atten- Continental Telephone maintainsits
drive. ding during that two hour period can current rate of return is not ade- have seen the problems from the insideDemocrat
"The time is getting short to fill the address the commission. quate considering current economic Locally, Continental Telephoneserves PD POL ADVmmmmmmmm
1982 quota. So, if you wish to fight factors. The company's last rate In- thr-<. exchanges- Starke, .. .
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cancer send your check now," says Previously, a double session public crease was in 1977. At that time, the Lawtc- gsley Lake. _. _" "-, "1'.I"'v.r-i' -
Miss Stump. Checks may be mailed to hearing in Starke was set for 1 p.m.
Miss Lillian Stump, 1199 Bessent and 5:30 p.m. -"
Road Starke, FL 32091. The hearing will be held in the city LA A. L
"
"Eighty checks for$10 would do it, commission meeting room in city hallV
Miss Stumps points out. .. I dEarly

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culminated with a church service in >' r1'W
Celebration Enjoyed Baldwin on Sunday.Philadelphia .
By All Age Groups

Come Together Day 1982 at the RJE Baptist ,5?
complex July 23-24 was a very successful Observes AnniversaryRev.

weather.event, in spite of rainy Philadelphia. Cain Baptist Turner Church, pastor, con-of American Comfort and Charm

Senior Citizens, as well as younger ducted a special service for the
children, enjoyed the two-day program church anniversary Friday night, July -
of activities, which included 30. The Fellowship Choir of
games, sports, musical groups, and a Bethlehem Free Will Baptist,
special dinner for the seniors. rendered a special song service.
The sponsoring organization Concerned
The Sunday program started with
Citizens of Bradford County, Sunday School at 10 a.m., followed by
hopes to make this an annual affair. morning worship at 11, with Rev. C.

Turner speaker. The Anniversary Bs
The Redman Family Sermon was preached at 3 p.m. by D
Enjoys Reunion Rev. T.A. Wright, of Mt. Carmel Baptist
Church, Gainesville.THE .
Deacon and Elizabeth Dean spon-
sored the annual Redman family reu- :
:
nion at their home, 1311,Grove Street, BRADFORD
recently.
Among those present and enjoyingthe COUNTY TELEGRAPH z'v

good food and fellowship were Mr. Published every Thursdayat
and Mrs. Redman, of Valdosta, Ga.; 135 W, Call Street : Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith, of Orlando; Starke Florida 32091 : 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell and family,
Jacksonville; Mr. Mathews and Second Class postage paid at r
friend, of Patterson, N.J.; Mr. and Starke, RondaSubscription 11
Mrs. Redman of Miami; Mr.and Mrs.
Turner, also of Miami; the Hankerson Rates:
family Spate family, all of the Dean In-trade area: $10.00 per year
Starke.family, and the Slocum family, all of $5.50 six months < ? *?

The activity started Friday, July Outside trade area: $11.00 per year rw ,w. ---
I 23, and continued through the $6.00 six months -
j weekend. The reunion was
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At: -

1.: Notice of Hearing *** .1 ------.

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NOTICE is hereby given that the Florida Public Service -

Commission, a panel or a member thereof will hold public -

hearings on the Petition of Continental Telephone Company :. :-; -
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l of the South -Florida for an increase in its rates and t ". ...A ,.: .. ::
charges which will produce additional annual revenues of ,' ""t... ........ '::.".'1!:':k J'f '.A ::

t $1,038,494, at the following time and places: ., r:
Tables Similar to ::

C A hearing will be held at each location commencing at Photograph

4:00: p.m. until 6:00: p.m. on Tuesday, August 10, 1982 6 Piece \

All parties appearing during this time will be heard. ,i Includes Sofa Bed, High, Back ,Rocker, Low Back

t City Commission Room li Sofa Bed Rocker, 2 End Tables and Coffee Table
j Marianna City Hall

220 North Green Street y Reg.. Price '669.80 "
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$ R
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Marianna Florida Group 4 Q 5

I..t. Sale Price

r'' City Council Chambers

wi: Starke City Hall I

209 North Thompson Street


I!121 44* The purpose Starke of these Florida hearings is to give members of the '*. DENMARK FURNITURE 1

public who are subscribers of telephone service from ConI I ..

i, tinental Telephone Company who wish to present

testimony on the quality of service,as well as the proposed 434 W. Call St. starto, Fto.,

rate increase, the opportunity to do so at the above time
and places. 964-5826.. Established In 1923 964-5827


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Continental Phone Company is Banking on New Cable to Improve ServiceJust



as phone problems and the a new advanced transmission system ... customers have experienced problems 16 fibers will be buried down SR16to
resulting service calls in Bradford developed by Bell Laboratories ....: in this area in completing their Old Lawtey Rd with four branchingout
County have been on the upswing with which uses a glass fiber for the calls, but with this new type installation to Kingsley Lake and 12 up to
our recent stormy weather Continental transmission of voice and data, o ;' ? t telephones in this area will be Market Rd. and to US-301. Four will
Telephone Company is busy with signals rather than the old copper "f a + the most up-to-date of any telephone then be laid to Lawtey and on the
M1i
major service improvements in the metallic structure. + switching system in the country other side of US-301 eight fibers will
StarKe area right now. "The positive benefits of fiber optics ""tea J__.. M McGehee said." be laid out SR-16. Four will go to
cable are multiple," stated Crews started work on laying the CR-229 (Brownlee Rd.) and four out
The rain,which flows over roads in- McGehee. "In additiion to the large 1i new line on Wednesday, July 21, and 16 to CR-233.
to phone equipment, and especially, capacity and compactness of the plans are to complete the project the According to McGehee of Continen-
lightning, which enters cables and system (the cable is only the width of 4L first of September. tal's state office in Marianna the new
causes burn damage,has been giving ), it is also to install and '..
a finger easy ; "We'll run some tests then and we lines now being put down will not only
Continental's service crews fits lately highly reliable. Other benefits are: hope to start cutting circuits October put Starke's phone service on par
.
improved talking circuits, calls com- \ 1; Norman said Monday. with other town's, but will make us a
pleted in a faster time frame, im- frontrunner in the
"It's been about as bad as it's ever Early this week one crew was pull- testing system.
been here lately" said 'Shorty' Nor- munity to power line interference" ing duct work while another was "Today's complex society is placing -
outside and water and lightning damage. A t ta greater demands on the telecom-
man, the plant supervisor for plowing and laying cable on Old
the Starke office of Continental. "The lightning won't hurt us with Lawtey Rd.Norman munications industry and particularly -
"What really hurts us is the lightning.It this new glass cable" Norman said. z noted that some areas on the telephone companies that"
comes in the cable and burns it." '''That'l1save us quite a bit of time(on I where the new-type cable is not being provide the transmission medium
But hopes at the local phone com- service calls)." y : laid have also been "trouble spots" McGehee says. "(Starke) will serveas
pany are that new Fiber Optic Cable The phone company said the line but said rebuilding of old lines should Continental's pilot project in
-- help out in those areas. "We're in the Florida in its continuing study of fiber
of rebuilding out 100-west, optics." He added, "We are movingint
"The lightning won't hurt us with this new process
and will be rebuilding 301-south." a digital computer world of
The fiber optic cable network for telephone switching. The switching
glass cable Shorty Norman, Starke starts with a cable of 16 fiberson system in Starke is of this type and
says
SR-16. Each of those fibers has the plans this year are for Kingsley Laketo
capacity for many, many lines or con- have this new system and in 1983
Outside Plant Supervisor for Continental versations. for Lawtey to have it."



lines being laid will cut back on those will particularly improve the long New Phone Lines Go
In...
weather problems and give distance calls from Starke, Lawtey,
customers better service. and Kingsley Lake out and calls Larry Slay, left, and Shorty Norman, Continental Plant Supervisor, flank Re-Elect
-" Jeff McGehee, Vice-President and customers make between those three the tractor which does both the plowing and the laying of cable In the phone
r. State Manager of Continental areas, which in the past have been companies' current project. Ijl
.' Telephone of the South explained in a troublesome. The new fiber optic cable is fed through the top eyelets and while the blade
;: news release that Fiber Optic Cable is "Continental Telephone knows its vibrates a small canal In the ground the cable! falls In. J.T.




I Lawtey Has 5 Break-Ins In Last Weekend of July ParrishSCHOOL

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"Lawtey Police Officer Dwight were broken. The old Gulf Station, the H.E. (Shorty) Priest. price above the highest bid, not
_: Kearns began his vacation last Satur- old Standard Station and also the The post will remain vacant until below"
:: day and everyone must have known it video trailer beside the CommissaryFood the regular election time. Qualifyingwill Councilman: Robert Scott then got
::: because we had 5 break-ins that Store were also vandalized. be from noon Oct. 5 through noon into the act by saying, "We felt like '
weekend," Chief M.M. Jordan advised Deputy Denton is still investigatingthe Oct. 19, with the election scheduledfor we were doing what was right. Wedidn't ;
". the City Council at its regular break-ins and two boys have been Dec. 7, Councilman Priest's and want it, we didn't need it After
meeting Monday night, Aug. 2. picked up as of Monday and a third is Councilman Emmett Bright's posi- the second time" we thought we had ::1' BOARD
i Sometime between 10:30: p.m. still being pursued. tion will both be up for election.In the top dollar.
r. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday vandals Following this crime report Chief Strong did not submit a bid either
:. broke into the Lawtey Post Office, Jordan then requested to be relievedso other business, the Council: time on the car. K District 5
; ransacked the mail and] stole food he can go on two weeks vacation.As .
:: stamps and a $100 money order. The it stands now, between Kearns' Was questioned regarding the Told Mrs. Evelina Kittles they
:: food stamps were used to purchase vacation this week and Officer legality of requesting bids twice and would check into the drainage problem
.: items at the Handy Way before the Charles Carter's vacation in two rejecting them both times, then going at her house on SR-225 East, 8 Years Served on School Board
store closed at 1 a.m. Kearns works weeks, there is no one to call on while ahead and selling the car to the next to Mt. Zion AME Church. It
the night shift. Jordan takes his two weeks vacation. highest bidder without advertising it seems the county took up all existing e Has Two School Age Children
Chief Jordan and Deputy Don Den- After considerable discussion, the third time. culverts when the road construction
". ton, investigator for the Bradford Councilman Robert Scott moved to was going on years ago and never e Property Owner Taxpayer
.f Sheriff's Department, just seemed to hire "Skip" Phillips for two weeks "I think the car was sold illegally replaced the culverts. ,
follow a well-marked trail, first trac- temporary duty while Jordan is and I intend to find out about It/
ing the food stamps to the Post Office, away, paying him $5 hourly for two Willie J. Strong stated emphatically. Was advised by Clerk Lucille
then later finding the food items purchased 40-hour weeks. Councilman Emmett Clerk Lucille Shuford advised Shuford that the tax meeting scheduled -
with the stamps later aban- Bright seconded the motion and it was Strong this was done on the advice of for Sept. 13 has been cancelled due Dedicated Concerned
doned at Gary's Quik Stop, now a va- approved the Council Attorney Richard Welty, to a conflict in meetings and will be -
cant building. They also found the but Strong pursued the matter. Coun- held at the regular monthly. meetingon KHOCMT: PO POl An
$100 money order one of the vandals cilman Buster Bennett then said, "It Tuesday, Sept. 7, instead. This will
tore in half in front of a witness and Special ElectionNot was advertised for bids on two dif- be advertised beforehand.
:::::=: threw it in a trash can at Shuford's Necessary ferent occasions and the first time we

.:::..:::::.;.;;.;..,.Amoco.z .....- _,..-". __ .M a YOI'.Com miaaiooe,,"Marvin-... got four bids and the second time we"goUthree
ac Besides the Post Office'break-in,. Rosier advised that Lawtey will not bids.The'attorney advised ito
firtgi5J>.$2 :.TOSS.__*?\entary.whe'lt' iaeveral"\VindowlI') ofa.deceased'Coiincilmanhighways "'IJU>>rd'tlm if the'car.was sold at.a.



I Du Pont Plans to Layoff Some 15 Employees

FOUR NEW WAYS
.=:;:, Plans to lay off approximately 15 1980 and the current lay off total about statistics compiled by the states
== employees of the Du Pont Company's 20 employees. Bureau of Research and Analysis.
:=:::= Florida Plant, beginning August 20, Ruffini says DuPont officials expect That compares to 7.1 percent for the
-- have been announced by J.A. Ruffini, a gradual recovery. ".We'rekeeping Jacksonville area, 6.4 percent for the
=z' acting plant manager. out fingers crossed." Orlando area, 6.9 percent in the Pen-
::' The plant has approximately 250 Ruffini says the continuing low sacola area, 4 5 percent in the YOUR PHONE
: j, employees. The layoff of 15 level of activity in the housing, auto, Tallahassee area, 7.0 in Tampa-
employees is a reduction of six percent and steel foundry industries are Im- St.Pete.
r:::: .The layoff is due to reduced demand portant factors in the decline of de- Statewide as of June 30, unemployment -
for jlmentte,, zirconand, '.mand. for the products of Jhe FloridaDu was put at 7.7 percent unadjusted -
="':"'.: staurolite;;the facility's principle pro-' Pont plants. *, '" .
::::::::.: ducts. Ilmenite is a major raw material By county as of June 30, unemployment CAN GET YOU
?' The Fkftda plant layoff is expected for titanium dioxide, a white pigment was put at'Union 3.2 percent
fto; require about month. to completeas manufactured at other Du Pont loca- Polk 15.0,Putnam 10.3, Duval 7.3,and
employees'are retrained for new tions for use in the paper plastics and Alachua-Gainesville 4.5.
=_t", ,Job assignments.'It will affect shorter, paint+ tdustries. Zircon iii used by Some 576 persons are unemployedin
= service, employees, who were hired jron and steel'foundries primarily asp Bradford County according to
-- *"'* 'after : ., : :\ ." lining material for molds.StauroliteIs David McKnight, employment OFF THE HOOK.
k'; ', .':t>uPont's Florida plants here took namental stone work: Florida Unemployment Service. The
:::-.tf-r;place in October 1980 when 20 Bradford work force totals some 9,424
-t.: fc employees were laid off.,Some have County UnemploymentPut work here
"':::-x J-1 I been rehired as attrition occurred.tzzstSz at 5.8 Percent find Anybody some kind wanting of job,says McKnight.It can. We're introducing four very helpful services into your area They'renamed

: .:'Nine of the 20 employees laid off in A 5.8 unemployment rate hasbeen, may not be what he wants, but Custom Calling Services and they'll put the most up-to-date tele-
|3sr ,1980,are among the.15 being laid off placed on Bradford Cou.ntY'.for, the within a 30 or 40 mile radius of Starke ,
-iZnow. ,; Ruffini says: The layoff'. from' month ending June 30,, according to work can be found. phoning advantages nght at your fingertips. The monthly cost is

I 'Descendants of Philip Crosby, will*"Gather in Brooker 'urprisingly low, so to take full advantage of all these new services talk

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Continental business office for all the details.Call
:=.. .0 your .
Tbe.noise you will hear come the of today,, bringing back peanut boil on the afternoon of Saturday -
== month*of i August,will not be from fond memories and making new ones Aug. 14.
I:::.= horses"and buggies, or mules and as the descendants of the late Philip Al Crosby of Starke, misses the Armory Waiting is like having two .. ..
::::=- wagons; but from the gas guzzling Crosby gather at the old homesteadnear so much he made arrangements the lines phone,and here's t omeone why:If else you're is try-on ':::1z"i'r'G i' it itact.' :.t.::7.r t..::.:'..:.....
w machines ,we see running the Brooker for an old-fashioned for the of it > ........... -.
use for the Crosby's. stn.,- ... II hear short .:,'_ .... / 'Sot. .,a 4b.N-
::::.::== toneslgnaJ.Bybnefiyd..pressmg -----, f"/vIA-/ ..... / ,5 1'1
:=:::: the receiver hook,you can have.-r- ,.r- -1-t
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your original call"hold on"while + d
: you answer your new call. c:, J$ -}... ( r/J' 'wig
So you'll! never have to worry :.>. L1 9f z.- .J ( J .->
Breakfast Hours: 6:0010:30: a.m. about musinganimponantor '$ 6. ..... )
--=-.- on emergency the phone.call 1 because you were : ; c,;V Id

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= Call Forwarding lets
= : r : transfer calls automatically: you to WWt. /MMo.. ,. rou*. e".r. 0......
Adults '2.49 another number. ::.+a .r -y-, M__.. ..I
:;: Before leaving home you just f '::.,iN""
Children 6-12 dial a simple code,followed by the L ._
-:: number which you want your /

'1.49Children calls Now forwarded.you can leave your home I.I: <'). 1""> f T
r,:,;:: \1 1
5 without
missing any important --

;"--= 301 S., Starke and under phone calls. f 1 1 Th 1 lbj1 r t "t

;::::: FREEBREAKFAST .

=: 964-8100 0 0 you Toree-Way to add a third Calling person allows to a two Wrth -Mlri+AMI 0 ( tent--rM. ..r. ,. "few with: w.
--- 0ri M you AmanttwltfM w nr.e.rM..w.e
-- ..-., way conversation just by dialing 1_'_ *nre..a........
i the third party's number. wnw"mr? -
--- It's great when group decisions .... + J
have to be made;and because...... ( .
0 0 Three Way Calling even works f. ,. j

ri; it's when reunions.perfect you re for calling holding long family distance, is @ c ft-Jj: .' U:Q

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( BUFFET) Speed Calling cuts your ".

dialingdmein __', _
Dial I only one or two digits 1ado.. I_", ''I'll"' _'" _.......
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-= Instead the whole number,and. -- I" -......
:::::: deldous..our) you're automatically in touch with h rf'"
Talk about something brand new all-you-can eat the party you've chosen. A"/ ,"l-
breakfast buffett Biscuits made from scratch wtth white gravy w especially .
= sausage,bacon,scrambled eggs, helpfuliyoCalling: small children; ( .C... {
hash browns. grits...tOPPed (> they can easily learn to dial one or J !7J}
two digits in case of an o
emergency. P
= off with froth baked muffins. Sfc 2 ,
4(9 '
=? Whatagoodmomln'way i'i\ Captain D's. /'C .. ....
i ....... (Custom Services
to start your day! .,_ ) Calling are not CypmutifcT Employtc
--- available in some areas! E Continental fetephonoEqml
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History of St. Mark's Church Dedicated To Father, f 1 }1'd e9rl,es" ) iiiilay




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: started by him were left to struggle on

; :. I! I : their own for the next five pears
; \ .; Many fell by the wayside, but tht
r. Starke church survived Under! the
J. direction of the Rev Francs !to
,,.. Cedar Mr Holeman
,,, Holeman of Key
.'"", moved here in 1896 following\ the: g eat
II ii I ,kf hurricane tidal wav, arch fire 'Jmt
all but dem'rtisrsular; toy'nu; '
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,
,
A few years later a wooden church
that had been built at f'airbanks, between :
Waldo and Gainesville fell into
1 disuse due to a loss of population in
: that village following a series of
\ freezes In the late 18S\")'-;i ,4" i
destroyed the .-it.-us industry r. '.
area. By 1889 the Fairbanks rm
+ + t tl i'' gregation consisted of only one familyof
four, and Mr. Fairbanks, the
lumberman founder of the town gave
permission to have the church,
building moved to Starke.A .

contract was signed between
William Kalch of Hampton and the St
Mark's building committee on July 6
: : : \ : : ; :; 1900 to dismantle the church at Fairbanks ;
and move it, piece by piece u

j I ,,: .. ...- Starke for rebuilding.Mr. .

Kalch agreed to furnish aU
.tf Fred Yerkes left) receives a copy of St. Mark's history from lumber glass, paint and oih ,
f Sandra Sander, and St. Mark's rector. the Rev. Arthur R. Lee. materials necessary to complete the

task, and perform the job in a
a vital impact on St. "workmanlike manner." The
dates from the early 1860's,
as well as the entire town of County building was to be ready for serviceson
quote from the book: "The when a few families began meeting or before Sept. 29, 1900 at a cost .'
nding era descended over- together in private homes and in the $480.
the sleepy town of Starke. upstairs of a building near the
.
the population of 1,800 was railroad tracks before the establish- Members of the building commit <
when over 2,000 workers ap- ment of a mission in Starke. were J.C. Richard D.L. Cole, C F
construction jobs at the Hoover, G.M. Sistrunk and J ,
These early worshippers were serv- Hoover.
was not enough shelter ed by various clergy as they passed
and they slept on proches, When the church building arrived n,
or any place they could through Starke on the train enroute to all windows cleat
Starke were in
Christ Episcopal Church in Cedar
Yerkes would
the
open Key. The earliest priest to make brief glass. For many years tht'yt'rf'
night and said it was not white to diminish the
glare
but regular visits to Starke was the painted
in
to go and hear six to
church the
the .f f
giving appearance r
Rev. Owen P. Thackera a rector
snoring. They slept on
pews closed boarded To
being or up. young
from Fernandina who came here as!
anything available for
Father Yerkes when he arrived herein
Annie Weatherly made early as 1863. He is thus regarded as 1934. they "looked like a blind
velvet cushions to aug founder of the Starke congregationknown man" so. through his efforts five
kneelers and they' were used as St. Mark's Church. stained glass windows were obtainer
for pillows. from an abandoned church in Waldo
: Starke without missionary
was a regular -
( ) ( to the history the start following the death of Mr. after they had been unused and in

opal Church in Bradford Thackera in 1887 and the missions storage for many jears.

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ed I Bradford Hospital Fully Accredited I I



Hospital, Inc. has receiv "This marks the first time we've as to the administration of Santa [0'>.
accreditation from been accredited since 1971," he add Healthcare Systems, Inc.," O Steer
a on Accreditation ed. said.
(JCAH), according to "Our achievement is due to the
administrator C.E (Rip) hard work of Bradford Hospitalemployet's Santa Fe is the parent corporator
and Medical Staff as well for both Bradford Hospital and
Alachua General Hospital I no in
Gainesville. AGH. Inc., has managed

.,- Bradford... \ ,Hospital. since. Maj.,198'!
County Agents '. B/ '
to 'Accreditation'requires that the
Bobby hospital submit to a thorough ex
Notebook ammation by a team of the Commie
Taylor, sion's Hospital Accreditation Program

Four surveyors a nurse: a
.
.. ...' b physician and administrator and a
medical technologist from the
.1".11.'I" the time of year when a Birch, for example, is. rarely Chicago based JCAH spent one da in
t
trees are lost due to lightn- struck whereas elm, maple oak and early March studying all facets of the
pine are commonly hit. The reason operation of Bradford
Hospital
injuries to trees are ex- for the wide variation in succeptibili- Every department had to provide
variable is not clear.
and appear to be ty evidence of
compliance to all stan
by the voltage of the Some authorities attribute the dards of excellence set by the JCAH
moisture content of the variation to the composition of the These standards
and the species of tree In- trees. Trees high in oils (birch and tional health are developed by na
care ,
experts advisory
I beech) are poor conductors of elect cornmittecs and consultants. Included
parts of the tree may be tricity whereas trees high in starcH in the procedure
shattered,then may burn. content (ash, maple and oak) are survey, conferences are an on-site)
of bark parallel to the good conductors In addition, deep- Board of Directors with.proft'SslOnalstaff. and
down the entire length of rooted or decaying trees appear to be ment and the maiuig-
completion iof
may be burned or stripped more subject to attack than are and other documentation. reports.
tissue may be severe- shallowrooted or healthy trees. ,
: without external It is commonly believed that lightrj- it .
evidence {-| .jiTne., :. surveyors'reported their observations
all of the roots may be kill- ing never,, strikes twice in the same and
,
findings, to the JCAH
trunk and branches of place..This is not true for some trees! headquarters where trained analystsand
be killed have been struck by
lightning
is may outright, as senior members of the JCAH
lower portions remain unaf- many as seven times judging from staff reviewed the report. The Boardof
crowded groves trees close the scars on their trunks.
Commissioners
ki of CAB comprisedof
directly hit may also die. In Inspect an injured tree carefully practicing ,physicians den it s
grass and other vegeta before any attempt to fix the damage: nurses administrators:truslees! and
the stricken trunk Many trees are
near severely injured internally others who are leaders 1n the health
or below ground despite the
care field made the final recommen-
'hot bolts' with absence of external symptoms and
dation for granting the three- 'ear accreditation -
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over 25,000 degrees will will soon die regardless of treatment, to Bradford
tree burst into flames Consequently expensive treatments Hospital.
lightning can make it should not be undertaken until the Administrator '
O'Steen <
stated; 1r
!as it strikes at 20,000 tree appears to be making a good with is
great pride that able
we are to
_
second. On .
occasion both recovery. hold ourselves
out to the
in to cause apparent damage Where external damage is not greator as having achieved this community
later the tree dies from where the tree is particularly I important
recognition of the
quality serviresprovided !
and internal tissue valuable several immediate
measures by the doctors and staff of
are justifiable. Some Bradford
or those growing alone in benefit is derived by tacking on and hours of work Hospital.to It took many
and trees with roots in covering with burlap any long thin and bring the standards,
or those growing along pieces of bark that have been split or hospital policies into procedures of the
are most likely to be lifted from the sapwood. Shattered guidelines" he compliance said. with JCAH
no species of tree is limbs and torn bark should be removed

I some are definately carefully and open surfaces dressed. "It was a major goal set when
to lightning bolts than In addition, the tree should be fertilized Alachua General Hospital, Inc. con-
I to stimulate vigorous growth. tracted to manage the hospital and we
are very pleased to have met this goal
I nthe first year of our management of
to Conservation Service News the hospital" O'Steen commented.

A mark of distinction among

) Norman Porter equated to money saved. That study hospitals. JCAH accreditation is
t
Conservationist showed a savings of 4.21 gallons of voluntary and signifies that the
Conservation Service diesel fuel per acre with no-till farming hospital is in compliance with standards -
over conventional. With a 400 acre published in the Accreditation
I fuel can be saved by operation that means an annual sav- Manual for Hospitals. Willingness to
switch to conservation ings of 1,684 gallons of fuel and at a participate reveals the desire to pur-
s ( convention tillage "conservative" estimate of $1 plus sue high standards of health care.
A considerable amount ac per gallon it's a big savings.
I some recent studies, says Landusers should contact the local Accreditation is considered an
chairman of the Brad- SWCD/SCS office for further Informa- ongoing activity and the hospital will
and Water Conservation tion on conservation tillage con- be required to conduct a interim self
cludes Faulkner. study in approximately 18 months.
4
to University of
figures the conventional II

plow tillage system has ?.
fuel and labor re- .
By substituting a chisel rrtL&wapI, @
is nearly a 23 percent
I 1 fuel consumption. By us-

for fuel savings been,, ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBERBOB

.. The study went on to G. FERGUSON JOHN M, MILLER, Publishers

a 70 percent fuel savings Published ach Thursday and entered u Second Char Matter at the

I : : : : systems.by lining no-till over Port Offle af Stark. Fla. uder Act of March 3. 1879.


study conducted by Subscription r.te..In trade area: $10 Per Yean $< Six Montlia
j State University and Outside' tilde ana: $11 Per Year; $&. G Sii Month

I the July" 1900 edition of Phone((104)1164-6305 Surkt,Florida 32091Page
fuel savings were

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Cheryl Boney and Ben Moxley III Married Sat urday in K.H. .


+ ( 4U Island the couple will reside in The bridegroom graduated from
,Cheryl Boney of Bridesmaids :were Lynn Melvin, Brooksville. Fla. Bradford High School and Georgia
Kc.gJits drill Lynn Beujurnin L Mr2f Keystone I sister of the bridegroom, Pam Ogden, Miss Boney (is a graduate of Southern. He received a Masters
,ufirA. of Starke were wed in a unique aunt of the bride, Jeanne Collins, Keystone Heights High School and at Degree from Nova University and I
candlelight ceremony Saturday, July Lynn Hilt, Sandee Rogers and Mary tended Troy State University. She is aRealtor will coach Brooksville.this year at Hernando High.
School in
M 31, at 7:30: p.m. in the Community Pacy. -,1\-""nriate.
Church of Keystone Heights. All attendants were gowned Iden- --..
Miss Boney is the daughter of Mr. tically to the maid of honor. ..-
Ben L. Moxley Jr. served as his Od
and Mrs. Walter T. Boney of Keystone
Heights. son's best man.Ushering : O
The bridegroom is the son of Ben- were Walt Boney, Bob The Social Side
jamin L. Moxley Jr. of Starke. Smith, Steve Smith, Billy Hickman,
The Rev. Buddy Friedlin officiated Don Price and Rick Lankford.
at the nuptials in the sanctuary which The wedding reception, held immediately -
was lit with candles lining pews after the ceremony,was at Of TheSociety
Mooty
Gladys
rya throughout the church. the Keystone Heights Woman's Club
rj ,l Wedding music was provided by where the bride's colors'were carriedout
Gail Wyles, aunt of the bride, on the as the theme throughout.The .. Editor,
organ, while the bride's cousin,Sherri bride's table featured the pale
Wyles, accompanied on the flute. pink wedding cake made by ElizabethNail. 964-7608 News !
Vocal soloists were Natalie Jo Minor The originally designed cake o
and Darrell Davies, who were accompanied was three-tiered with two staircases IPO
:, by Mark Dykes on the piano. winding from the top tier on each side
ra The bride, given in marriage by her to another cake each. Attendantswere
6oa father, was gowned in a white descending the staircases and Susan Edwards,
,. scalloped acetate nylon wedding accenting pink roses finished out the
Ab dress. The long sleeved fitted bodice decorations. A fountain was flowing Allan Relnken
featured a Sabrina neckline accented inside the main tiers of the cake. To Wed Aug. 28
with pearled Chantelance scallops. The groom's table held his
The gown's skirt was tiered Chantillylace chocolate cake which had a football Lt.. Col. Ret( ,) and Mrs. William II.
rp ruffles with a chapel train. decorated on it with the inscription Edwards of Kingsley Lake announce
Her headpiece was a twotieredtoile "Catch of the Year." the engagement and approaching
over pearl and lace. Her bridal Music at the reception was provided marriage of their daughter, Susan
bouquet consisted of a nosegay of pink by Kerry Page and Billy Lynne, to Allan II. Reinken of
and white carnations. McMullen.The Gastonia, N.C.. son of Mr. and Mrs ,
Susan Bramlitt, cousin of the bride, bride's book was kept by Sherri H.W. Reinken of Miami.
served as maid of honor and was Wyles, cousin of the bride, of
gowned in a pink floor length taffeta Sylvester, Ga. The wedding will take place on "t
nL r t' ,,IJ dress with a net overlay and was com- Susan Carr and Amy Barton cut the Saturday Aug. 28 atI a.m. in the
plemented by a high neckline and cake and were assisted in serving by First Presbyterian Church. Starke..
matching neck ribbon. She carried a Carrie Adams, Kathy Redfearn and _. tAll
lit candle in a globe surrounded by LaTreva Glover.
.Y :.. .. -._-.w.-- pink and white silk flowers. After a wedding trip to Amelia to attend.friends and relatives are 111\lIed ; &

I Mrs. Benjamin L. Moxley; lit
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Su'ui_Eeh\i"'ci.
Allan 1i" llke'"

Tammy Hersey and Kenneth Caverly

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Wed June 26 in Hope Baptist ChurchMiss


Tammy Renee Hersey, soloist, presented a program of nuptial Robin's gown was green, Heidi's ,,1 c stir
blue. Lisa's was
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doley M. music. gown was gown Ti
apricot and Pam's was yellow,
Hersey of Starke and Kenneth Robert Mr. Caverly attended his son as gown
Their flowers were the same as the
Ushers were Morry
best
Caverly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy man. C
Darrell honor attendant except in colors to
Matt Menzen,
Cravey,
Caverly of Keystone Heights were
united in marriage June 26 at 8 Varnes, Curt Richardson and Ronald match their dresses.
in Hope Baptist Church in Theressa p.m. Harper. Steven Arnold was ring. Kari Hersey, cousin of the bride 1517 Bessent Road 964-6300 Starker
served as flower girl and wore a pink
with Rev Russell Woodard performing bearer.
the Miss Joy St. John served as maid of silk dress. )
nuptials.
honor. She wore a pink qiana floor Given in marriage by her father the )1\
Highlighting the altar were sum- length gown and carried a pink silk bride wore a long white gown of peas
mer flower arrangements in rainbow floral bouquet on a lace fan. de soie with high lace neck and sheer O
colors against a background of a full Misses Robin Hersey, Heidi Caver bell sleeves with lace appliques and \
arch candelabra with 45 trinity burn- ly, Lisa Norman and Pam Hersey long cathedral length train trimmedin
ing candles. were bridesmaids. Their gowns were lace. She wore a gold chain
Marcia Lee organist, Stephanie fashioned similar to the honor atten- necklace and her lace caplet securedher s E
Wheeler, pianist and Rick Willis, dant except in rainbow shades. fingertip veil. She carried a white a
silk cascade with the attendants colors -
added.A .
Showers. Jamme Sweatt reception was held in the church
.. Fellowship Hall. Susan Hersey,
Celebrates First
sister-in-law of the bride, kept the
Cindy lawson Honored BirthdayLittle guest book. Standing in the receivingline
the bride and their .
were groom
With Kitchen Shower Jammie Sweatt, daughter of
-parents-and attendants.All K'tonnetb1\ \prly
and { 'Air. ami l'\lr: i.
David KathySweatreelebralecIher
Miss'Cind'y Lawson, brideelectofDanny l the round serving tables were ,'.
'1dge .
first Saturday, July 24.
bit.thdav(
Hildebran honored at'a edw'th laceclolh S diver pinkshee'rs'Ahd' v
was at how' Pizza PlacSinJacksonville.4 cov ; ; trs. Mrst Cloverseufe presided fat
at a Bid
kitchen shower given by Mrs..Kim ** held summer bouquets.The the punch bowl. Assisting in servo
Morgan, Mrs. Glenna Morgan and Jammie and her 22 guests were bride's table was centered witha ing were Diane Nettles Hester McS- r
Mrs. Sandi Melvin at the home of the Bob and five tiered wedding cake scallopedat wain and Alma Packham.
entertained by was
latter on Morgan Rd. Smurf birthday Billy cake. the bottom with a flowing fountain, Following a wedding trip to the Colony -
Mrs. Melvin greeted the guests at given a Mark a gift to the bride and groom from Mr. at Sanibel Island the couple is
Out of-town were
guests
the door Arrangements of silk and Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Jr. and
Heights.
Williams of Haines City and Miss residing in Keystone
flowers used to highlight pointsof made by Mrs. Sullivan. Vanessa
were Carroll of Jacksonville. The bride is a 19H2 graduate of
Hope
interest in the foyer and party Triest and Debbie Griffis cut the Bradford School.
in High
Jammie was also first runner-up HOURS:;
rooms where games were played and held cake. The is a 1981 graduate of
the most beautiful baby contest groom
Wed. Thurs. Fri. 9-4
prizes awarded. The punch table held a silver punch Keystone Heights High School and is ,
Corsages were presented to Miss recently. bowl and candelabra and an assort employed at Clay Electric. Saturday 9-2
Lawson, her. mother, Mrs. David ment of sandwiches and hors

Lawson, and Mrs. Gary Hildebran, .....
mother of the prospective groom.
The refreshment table was covered
with u lace cloth over a pink liner and To, Patients and Friends
centered WII t.8 bride and groom''' 'in a
glass dome that was flanked by white Community service : a trademark
candles in crystal holders. Dr. Ronald E. Dopson
.1A: decorated cake with appropriate
wording of "BeslWishes'Ctndyiand:!( of the Fortune team.
I
punch were served" '' I ?)'I, and Staff
The honoree was presented with, a I' ,..'f '<
cdhhister'set ;and'matcnmg\
copper
bread box as'a memento'of.,the. occa' Wish to express their
,
sion. < "People across the nation have

I'f I gratitude for making developed a preference for several

Miss Cindy Lawson'Shower .'' types of Florida-grown products.This .

: Honoree possible the expansion of product identification has

Miss Cindy' .I awdon, whose-: l-
riage,to. Dan Hildebran will bean offices located at increased the market share for

event of Aug. 6, was honored at a Y' Florida's agribusiness industry.
bridal showenTuesday night,June 27(
given by Mrs. R.E. Patterson, Mrs. 864 N. Temple Ave. ,. Fortune Federal is trying to make
Charles Blalockw Mrs. Gary' Osteen
and Mrs, A.W, Chapman the homeof t their financial products preferableby

the latter on N. Cherry St of Starke, Fl 32091 offering competitive rates and
Potted plants highlighted points
interest in the party room for the oc F good service."
casion. The refreshment table was 9648018KEYSTONE
covered with a white lace cloth and
centered with an arrangement of silk ?'\ Doyle E. Conner
pastel summer flowers.
The 26 guests included Mrs. David Member
Lawson, mother of the honoree, Mrs.
Gary Hildebran, mother of the prospective HEIGHTS Fortune Federal
groom and an aunt, Mrs.
Gene Cogdill and daughter of Mid- J North Florida
dleburg. Corsages were given to the CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC L Advisory Board
honoree and the two mothers. -
The hostesses also presented Miss
Lawson with a starter set of
silverstone pots as a memento of the SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE Doyle Conner was one of the youngest members ever elected to the

occasion. Florida House of Representatives, In his present office as Commissioner of

Agriculture for the State of Florida, he supervises one of the nation's

Stork Shower Given .. BACK(BACKACHE PAIN ) '* TfciJ(fi fiayr' .'WHIPLASH(AUTO INJURIES) largest agribusiness enterprises. He's also the president of Florida Livestock

For Darlene HardeeOn NECK PAIN vlifc NUMBNESS OR PAIN Insurance, Inc., and a director of the Barnett Bank of Tallahassee and the

July 26, Darlene Hardee was HEADACHES SHOULDER PAIN JJUT UW ON IN ARMS THE JOB OR INJURIES HANDS Gadsden Land Company. His roots in Starke run deep, and he'd been a

given complimented by Mrs. Faye with King a stork, Mrs.shower Betty (MIGRAINE) r3 WORKERS COMP director of the association prior to the merger: When Doyle Conner is a

Linda Norman Norman, Mrs. Lois at the Bennett Heilbronn and Bap-Mrs. PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS member of your team, you're going to be the people's choice for

tist Fellowship Hall. competitive rates and good service.
The refreshment table was MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
centered with an arrangement of carnations
and a cake decorated with CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES'WHICH ARE ACCEPTED

baby booties. The gift table was "Tfi Doctor of Tomorrow'Will Give No Medicine,. "
'centered with an arrangement of silk 'But Will Interest Hit Patients/ In The, Cart Of The Human

flowers.The guests enjoyed games and Frame In DM And In The Cause & Prevention/ 01 Disease"

prizes were won by Mrs. Linda Nor- r. EDISON
man and Mrs. Barbara Reddish. FSLIC ji2i'
FORTUNEFEDERAL .
The mother-to-be opened the many 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service
: -- ..- ,..."" L'i".. ra
refreshments gifts presented were served.to her. and Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Saturday 9 to 2 *

Mothers, Mrs.: L.B. Hardee and Sro eOfflce:

the Mrs.occasion.Walter F. Luke were present for 011. w.c. IATON 4733604 Savings and Loan Association 395 W. Madison 9645000i

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Ruth and David New ArrivalsPamela w--Mrs h Raymond W.\ DeVoe- -, Sr. Great-...
Corey
Crosby
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glen
I Bevens of Syracuse, N.Y. and Mrs.
Brooke Callan Naomi Stron of Pink Hill, N,C.
Married in Garden WeddingMiss Mr.,and Mrs:W.P,.Callan of Starke, Great-great grandmother is Mrs.
daughter
announce the birth of a Mary Mathys Carthage N.Y.
28 in
Pamela Brooke, born July
Ruth Crosby, daughter of Mr. was matron of honor. Alachua General Hospial. She joins
and Mrs. A.L. Crosby, Jr. of Starke, Immediately following the servicea two brothers Derrick age 5 and Ken
and David Corey, son of Mr. and Mrs. catered supper was served on tables age 8. Christopher Jared Hobbs
Roy Gravitt of Jonesboro, Ga., were that were set up in the garage. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Kathy and Jimmy Hobbs
united in marriage June 26 at 6 p.m.in Among the guests attending were Mrs K.N. Coleman of Starke. birth of a son Christopher announcethe Jared
the of the bride and groom; 't
of parents
a garden wedding at the home
28 Alachua
born July in General
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crosby and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mercer brotherinlaw iauiYlr
children of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. a Kimberly Marie Forsyth Hospital.
and sister! of the in River-
groom
dale Ga. Bob Little and children of Decatur, Kelly and Debbie Forsyth. Starke, Maternal grandparents are Mr and
Ala. announce the birth of a daughter, Mrs. Tom Casey Maternal great-
The bride wore a white polyester with t Kimberly Marie, born July 28, at grandmother is Mrs. Fred Moore of'5
street length wedding gown of Brad- Riverside Hospital.! Lawtey. Paternal grandparents "
white dotted Swiss trim in the front Mrs. Corey is a graduate are
and trim to match at one side of the ford High School and the University of r I IId She joins her sisters, Carrie age 18 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, Sr.
bottom. She double whIte mum Florida and is in the teaching profes months and Jennifer, age 9 years. Paternal great-grandmother is Mrs.
wore a
her left shoulder and baby sion. Mr. Corey has been working in Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mabel Smith of Tallahassee.Julie .
breath corsage hair on Real Estate for several years and is Mrs. Lenwood Bobo, of Starke.
Joe Mercer piece.served as best man. also in the used car business in Tulsa, Paternal grandparents are the late
Okla. where the couple now reside. 1 Vasco and Marie Forsyth.
Mrs. Bob Little sister of the bride,
iM Great grandparents are Mr. and .\McMillan: :
Mrs. Thomas F. Dwyer and Mrs. Mickey and Joyce McMillan of'
Dora Taylor, all of Starke. Hampton Lake announce the birth of

. Rings on their Fingers i X"dt f born their daughter July 21 ,at Julie Alachua Ann. She General was

Letruchia-M>la Tonielta.DeVoeMr. Hospital in Gainesville.
Suzanne Simmons, and Mrs. Raymond W. DeVoe, Julie Ann joins a brother John whois
: Jr. of Killeen Texas announce the two years old.
David Pfenniger birth of a daughter, Letruchia-M Paternal grandparents are Henr>'
To Wed Friday Night Tometta born July 3 at Darnell Army and Genora McMillan of Gainesville
s't Hospital. Maternal grandparents are John
Suzanne Simmons and David Pfen- Community Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Kuykendall of Lake City and the late
niger will be united in marriage Fri- i Ruby Ku>kendall. Maternal great-
day night, Aug. 6, at 8 p.m. at the Mrs. Gerald Bevens of Starr. S.C. grandmother is Carlie Boles of
First United Methodist Church with a r Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Gainesville
Hall.reception following in the Fellowship "II

All friends and relatives are invitedto ,.... ,
attend Back To Schoo/
t 9 Mr and Mrs. David Corey _
.
., i

Norman Reunion Kenwin SALEis
Social I Briefs Sunday. Aug. 8

Mann-Varnes Relatives and friends of the late helping to put some excitement in Bank-To-School Days.

Reunion Samuel J. and Emma Carter Norman Our lesson for the week is to teach kids of all ages about
Family will have their annual reunion Sunday -

The Mann-Varnes family reunion Aug. 8, 1982 at Raiford ,Com- savings. .
to will be held Sunday Aug 8, at Mount munity Center on SR121.
Zion Primitive Baptist Church in A basket lunch will be served at We Are Offering
12:30: p.m.
Lake Butler.
There will be a conference at 11 -
a.m. and covered dish lunch at 12:30: Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre visited 20 % Off
Richard Mr. and Mrs. CJ. Herrington in
Knight
Priscilla Douglas p.m.All friends and relatives are invitedto Palatka on Sunday. All Ladies' Dresses & Girls' WearTo
attend
Priscilla Douglas Teresa Ann drlffls Michi and Mandy Knighton of August 7. 1982
Richard Prescotts, FowlersTo Hogansville, Ga., are visiting their
KnightTo uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forahomework
Wed Aug. 28 Have Reunion Herres for two weeks. assignment you are invited to a special openingon

Teresa Ann Griffis, Prescott and Fowler family reunion Saturday, August 7. On this day the entire stock is 20% f
I Mr and Mrs. Mac will be held Sunday, Aug. 8, at the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lynch of off from the hours of 4 to
Douglas of Lake Robert Cecil May Community Center in Brooker.All Jacksonville were Sunday overnight p.m. 7 p.m. We are looking for-

ment Butler and proudly approaching announce marriage the engage-of Engagement Told friends and relatives are invited guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett ward to giving you more lessons on savings throughout the

their --- -.-.-_-,-,-,- Sr. year.
daughter Priscilla MacGail to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Griffis of -
Richard Lee Knight, son of Mr. and Starke, announce the engagement of Mr and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and Mr and Mrs. L.M. Stoner and
Mrs. James Knight of Brooker. their daughter, Teresa Ann to Robert Mrs. Ellen Mitchell spent last week at grandson, Mark of Ocala were ,
The wedding will take place Satur- (Robbie) Cecil May the son of Mr. Daytona Beach. They were joined by weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. KENWIN SHOPS
day. August 28 at 7 p.m. in the First and Mrs. Joseph C. Reichert, Jr., of Mr. and Mrs. James Hardee and son George W. Brown OCR TO
Christian Church of Lake Butler. Lake Butler. Chris of Leesburg,' Mr. and Mrs.
A reception will follow immediately The wedding will take place in Charles Coty of Tampa and Mr. and Col! Bill Dansby of Fort McPherson Ladies Apparel SIHOOlWelcome j
in the church fellowship hall. November when Robbie returns home Mrs. Joe Gissy of Starke over the Ga. spent the weekend with his
No local invitations are being sent from Marine Boot Camp. Teresa and weekend.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. 111 W. Call 9645126believe
All friends and relatives of the coupleare Robbie are both 1982 graduates of ..
invited to attend. Bradford High School .
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at the rare in effect at ,
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1 Lawtey NewsBy

parents. Mr.'and Mrs. LonmeTeston. !"::Rev. and Mrs. 'Delbert King and Miss Elizabeth Terry on Monday weekend with Mr.their and son Mrs.in law Randy and
I Friends of t/lrl)Paul Norman regret; daughters have recently' returned afternoon. daughter.
Elizabeth Terry sister, Mrs. C'.E. Strickland of to learn that he is a surgical patient in i from Warren Ohio While there they Misses Madeline and Caren Carter Roberts and family. and
Chuck Moore sons
Gainesville, Tuesday until Friday. St. Vincent Hospital, Jacksonville. 'stayed with Mrs. King's mother and of Miami visited their grandmother Mr. and Mrs.
Phone: 78Z-3300 They attended a church dinner for the Our prayers are with him. attended two family reunions and also Mrs. Lois Carter and also their were Saturday overnight guests of
: CHURCH ACTIVITY adults at North Central Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch, and visited relatives in both families in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter, of their mother Mrs. Fred of Moore.Live Oak Mr,
Grace Umted Methodist Church Church,Gainesville.The speaker wasa family,of Black Mountain, N.C.spent that area. They are happy to be home. Starke. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas of
had their monthly family dinner Sun- former Baptist minister there. two weeks with their parents,Mr. and Mrs. Debbie Phillips, of St. George Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison and Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Andrews
day afternoon followed by a song test Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosley and Mrs. Willie Green. Their daughter, Ga., spent Wednesday until Friday son, of Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
An enjoyable time was had by all. their daughter, Darlene,and her baby Caren, spent the summer with them. with her niece. Mrs. Lois Carter. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Jacksonville. Mrs. Gayle of
I PERSONALS) and their son, Dewayne, of Highland, Mr. James Ellison of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mike Crapse and son Michael, Donald Wilkison Sr. Todor and sons Scott and Brad.
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her spent Saturday afternoon with, their spent Saturday afternoon with Petty of Hinesville. Ga.. visited her parents.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willis,of Jacksonville Orange Park, met their mother Church.Mrs.
First
of Fred Moore at Baptist
Officer 1st Class and Mrs. Joe Harris and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. on Mon- were Sunday dinner guests
and family.. and,. lucsuay one nlsn I viuilnH their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. in Starke and Mr. and Mrs. MickeyMoore
uay ---
and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr., and their and family went to the home of
[ I Hampton Hilites cousin Mrs. Virginia Maggusson, Mr and Mrs. Tom Casey on Crosby
also of Jacksonville was a dinner Lake and celebrated their mother.
Mrs. Fred Moore's birthday
guest.
By Dolores Meng Paternal grandparents are Henry the night in Beaufort, S.C. ner swimming and boating. Henry Hodges celebrated his 14th
and Genora McMillan of Gainesville. others attending the Among those visiting Lawrence and
Among Monday, August 2.
birthday on
Phone: 468-1915 Maternal John Randy, Sallye and Teresa Meng on Sunday were Mr. and '
grandparents are graduation were Mrs. Carolyn King and daughters,
Rummage Sale Kuykendall of Lake City and the late April Scoggins Adam Hunter of Mrs. Glenn Lambas. Carlisa and of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner I L" 4Atake .I
The Hampton Christian Church is Ruby Kuykendall. Maternal grand- Keystone Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Slarke and Mr and Mrs. guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
sponsoring a Rummage Sale on mother is Carlie Boles of Gainesville. Steven Lamb Karen and Steve, and Nelson ZIti and Miles of Sampson B.L. Wilkison Jr
Thursday Friday and Saturday, Julie Ann joins a brother,John,whois Travis Dugger of Waldo. Lake. Nelson and Karen were Mr and Mrs. James Gallagher and from
August 5,6 and 7. Selling at a very two years old.Attend. On Aug. 11 'John will be leaving for celebrating their third wedding anniversary family and their mother Mrs Irises their name of
reasonable price will be from 9 a.m. GraduationMr. Memphis, Tenn.,. where he plans to Adelaide Kenelly.of Miami, spent the Iris, the Greek goddess
until 5 p.m. each day at the church. and Mrs. Paul Meng attended study Aviation Electronics. Eugene Angela and Chris !Meng the rainbow.
Donations of good usable clothing, graduation exercises for their son, Visitors spent the weekend at the Will Wright -
household items, tools, toys, books or Pvt. John Meng from Marine Boot Mrs. Phyllis McClure arrived home at Seminole Beach with Madonna
handiwork will be appreciated. Camp at Parris Island, S.C on July Saturday to spend one week with her and Karen Gilbert.Ht'.nt Elect
Congratulations 30. parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng liirthda
Mickey and Joyce McMillan, of Accompanying Paul and Ruth were other family members and friends. Stefanie Hughes and Perry Keaton F BECKERSchool
: Hampton Lake, are the proud parents Fran and Dolores Meng. On Thursdaythey Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, John and July 26. Kuthie Underwood was 12 July Judy
of their baby girl Julie Ann. She was enjoyed a guided tour of Savan- Joe, Joined other family members on 30. Andrew Timmons. July 31. Clinton -
born July 22, at Alachua General nah, Ga. They had lunch at the Sunday at the Doctor's Lake Brown Aug. 1. and Claire Brunet Board
Hospital in Gainesville, weighing 10 Pirate's House Restaurant there residence home of Tom and Linda ti, Aug. 2.
Ibs.. 3 oz. and measuring 21 inches. visited Hilton Head Island, and spent Kent. They all enjoyed a pot luck din- District 1 DemocratAs

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"""" a teacher I have believed
: I Did You Know Starke Locals
in assigning homework.
Mrs. Susie Glisson has returned
Matthew and David Warren of Miss June Hardy and Jim Jordan of Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Judd of Starke after spending a month with her son As your school board representative
Brandon are visiting their grandparents Atlanta were Thursday to Sunday and grandson Keith of Ocala returned and family, !Mr. and Mrs. Leroy a" I will do the homework
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Tuesday of last week after six days at Glisson in Tacoma Wash. They also required to do an effectivepaarnrso
this week. J.E. Hardy. the World's Fair and Smoky Moun-
tains. visited Vancouver. Canada and Ml.! job.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken spent the St. Helens. noeicxiKHOOI This office will be my primary
weekend in Tampa. Mrs. L.H. Gibson spent the Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Dopson DlSTIItC11.
Johnson and 16 friends job.
Mrs. Lola
weekend with her son and daughter-
entertained their uncle and aunt Mr. o
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy and son, in-law, Mr and Mrs. Gerry Gibson at and Mrs. Thomas Dopson of Fernan- enjoyed lunch at the Western Steer __ _4 I will have time to hear your

Donald and Mrs. Charles Hardy at- Merritt Island, who have just returned dina Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Steak House on Friday. July 30 to .. IJ-r;} concerns and to research the
Mrs. Johnson's 86th birth <
celebrate .
from three weeks In Norway. .
tended the wedding of a nephew Dopson of Middleburg at dinner Issues.
, Boyce Taylor to Susan Joyner in Saturday night on their pontoon boat day. Mrs. Johnson received a yellow """ !"". b.; .
in
several
bud and
: Palatka Saturday night, where Lake Santa Fe and watched the rose corsage gifts
Mrs. Earl B. Searing had as guestsher at honor of the occasion. PARENT.TAXPAYEHEDUCATOH
: Donald was a ringbearer.Mrs. nephew, George W. Trask and his moonlight sail races.

son-in-law Phillip Johnston of Mrs. Doretha Walker and son
H.M. Richarde of Starke and Lakeland on Wednesday. She went Mrs. John Stringer and daughtersof Kalvin of Baltimore !Md spent last Working WITH YOU to improve our schools.
Mrs. Bryant Carroll of Jacksonville home with them and had a few days Pleasant Hill Ala. are visiting her
week with her mther..Irs!\ Kla Mae po POt ACt
spent last week at Highlands, N.C. visit with her sister and husband, Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Judd this Tyson. '. ..... .. '_. ".. .-. -. ,, ._. ,
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and Mrs. George W Armitage.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Banks of Pompano I
Beach visited relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs were in
Sunday to Tuesday.
Bainbridge, Ga. over the weekend

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall and Mr. where they attended her high school
I 49th class
reunion.
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby attended the
graduation of Stephen Hall from the
University of Central Florida in Mrs. D.G. Effrain and Donnie Ef- real
For
Orlando on Friday night. train of Vero Beach visited Mrs. O.L. a
Haynes, Sr., last Thursday to Satur

Shane Earron of Longwood Fla. day.

was Sunday overnight guest of his .
Fred Moore celebrated her
grandmother Mrs. James Barron. Mrs.
77th birthday Sunday at a family din- moneyaving

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Elder and ner at the Tom Casey home. Childrenand
\ sons Jonathan and David were grandchildren attending were
visiting in Orlando and Pensacola last Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas of Live
week and also attended the Braves Oak; Mr and Mrs. Tom Casey Mr.
Mrs. Seeb Andrews of Wildwood .
and ;
baseball in Atlanta.
games Mrs. Gayle Tudor, Scott and Brad of m. ertence
Mrd A.J. Barry has returned after Orange Park; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
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two weeks visit with friends and Moore of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. !
Chuck Moore, Bob and William
Ryan
relatives in South Florida.
of Hollywood; Mr. and Mrs. Mickey

Mrs. James Barron returned last Moore, Trisha and Adam of Lawtey; behind
and Mrs. Hobbs and the
friends Thursday and after relatives four weeks Memphis visit with Christopher Mr. of Starke.Jimmy meet pros

Tenn., Greenville Miss., Miami and
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire returned last
Port St. Lucie.
Wednesday after three weeks visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goldwire and
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand this
daughters of Ormond Beach, Mr. family in Fort Lauderdale.Bob symbol.

and Mrs. Bill Harrington and
Wilson and Mrs. May Bohannon -
daughter of Keystone Heights,
Douglas Seymour of Miami and of Tampa were Sunday guests of
Hallie Seymour of Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy,

\ last Thursday. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. *Jrhfi
Moran Mark .
,
Gerry
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and attended the
J.D. Seymour Howard of New York .,.
City are visitingMr. '
Palmer Williams.
funeral Mrs.
and Mrs. Gerald Moran Sr.this, ,. "."" .& ..
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Mrsl Gladys Weldon returned Sun- week. i. .0 .
day after three weeks visit with her '.f
and -Mr and Mrs.*. MrandMrs'; Vance of.SprIqgh'inSFln. -,,.,,1 .,T _
daughter family > ,
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C.N. Patrick in West Florida,..j. ft IB.(; ; Weis last Friday visitors'3orMr. I.. .1,..' ,
and Mrs. W.R. Richardson.

Mr. land Mrs. Paul DiVito of Lake '

Worth Thursday' spentlastWednesday, ;with her;' mother 'Mrs.and three Capt.children and Mrs.of J.B.Charleston Godwin,S.C.Jr. and are :.1E r FPI.S: WAU-WlSE:

Janet TurrfcrJ visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .". ,.
j
J.B: Godwin, Sr. this week. Capt. '
Mr.a/reTMr l[ Jim Womack and' Godwin leaves Aug. 13 for Stuttgart. : ;; PRODUCTS PROGRAM
w.t.
Brad anoSfiiUiHamiltoii spent' .Germany for two years tour of duty: .
sons. 'His will him later.. ,
family join
July 18-24 in Knoxville, Tenn. visitingMr. V ..
and Mrs., P.O. Womack and attended .. \ .j, ;
Mr.'and Mrs. M.F'Hazen; have hadas -.r' I.
Mr. Womack's 20th high
visitors Mrs-*''V.V.v Hazen ::and ." L-: .
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school reunion in Columbia, Tenn. on i .
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July 25. Mr. Womack's mother Mrs: Debra Furlong of Gainesville last Fri- :...".:.J. m- I '
Mildred Cheatham of Columbia day and Mr. and Mrs. Q.G. Strayhornof ,J' ,
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returned with them for a weeks visit. Wildwood dn Sunday, '*

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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and Jack and ScotV\ Miller of Jackson- : 71
ville were Sunday guests of Mr. and I
son,Toddof Tallahassee are spendingthis
Miller and attended the
Mrs..George ''
week at the Thomson cottage on .
Church Service. \
Episcopal '" < .
Kingsley Lake. My.
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I 301 Quick Stop of Starke became the first and only In the finals Ray's, which had lost its .second game to

area Softball team to advance past fie state level this American Amicable, btforeJnnin 4 straight, topped

year as they claimed second place in the state Open 301 13-8 and then 28-9.

: __ tournament held in Niceville last weekend. Paul Rogers hit .750 to lead Quick Stop for the state

The runnerup finish< qualifies the first-year 301 tourney. with Stratton right at tWO< and Shelton Keen.

ballclub on to the southern Regional to be held August Chub Johnson and Tommy Dale Johnson also hitting

13-15 in Birmingham, Alabama. From there the top the ball well. .
three clubs go to nationals in Parma Ohio September For most of the Quick Stop players it was their first

-7.{ 3-6. ever trip to a state tourney and the southeast Regionalswill
be all but few
Quick Stop used tight defense to win the winner'sbracket new to a
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1 ,.. t.- 7t Gainesville which had won the district title with 2 never been through this but I think the nervousness is

: 4 wins over Quick Stop here in Starke last week. over after this weekend," Quick Stop coach Ronnie

,:r .... J Ji & -j ty p Quick Stop blanked Tarpon Springs 5.0, beatNewman's Thomas said. "We ought to hit the ball better at
'( of Tallahassee 9-3, and then in the crucial Regionals than we did at state. I've just never been involved -

: game that clinched a Regional spot topped the host with a ballclub that's a; close\ as this. one is.

f ;; team and eventual 3rd placer, American Amicable of Whatever I ask of them they do i It. It'F t iut wh of

t ..:.:. ,;, 'IIJ'I..I"w*'_ .r.._ ,.... M. .. -... .. '. 'w._. ..._.... __,__._________.___.__ Crestview 129. good-charactered young men "
Thomas said his club isn't gou\ik. .C' n., ',>uilh i 0 linking
Stratton the wheel rode in the
Terry was Quick Stop on
State 301 Quick Stop of Starke...
Runnerups win over Amicable. He slugged 2 homers and knocked in that will be their last tournament either

2nd Gene Tom Paladino Vic Crews 6 with his second in the bottom of "We might be the Cinderella team. Us, Ray s. and
The 301 Quick: Stop team is: front row left to right. Row Tanner. runs 4 bagger coming
Paul Roger Ronnie Thomas sponsor John Dukes. Terry Stratton. Shelton Keen Ed Higgs, and Farelon the last with 1 man on. He pulled the ball into the trees Amicable are \liable to be the best 3 teams there It's just

Wesley Sheffield Tommy Dale Johnson and Jeffery. McClellan. past the rightfield fence' to push a precarious 10-9 Quick climate.going to"be a matter of the luck of the draw and the

Norman. Stop lead up to 129.

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league champion Pirates and the champion Pirates anything ea.> an this game sped around the hakes for 3 scores each and Sean
the Astros and Gators came up with went' back and forth wllh the score tied 88. 10-10. Frederick! Jones. Robbie Sapp. Juittm Johns and I II
victories in the special night games and 1C-Is before the Pirates, fmnll, > took the advantage Charmin Wiggins each added 2 score. as the Suns
with 5 in he of the 8th.
runs lop overcame the Astros.
for Smallfry Softball last Thursday Chris. Burgin Paul Smith Shannon Hicks. Kenneth For the losers Dma Holida), Jeremy Crawford
night. Carllon and Devm. Wheeler\ scored In the and Brian BlackHhear each chalked up 2 runs
decisiveeth lo put the Pirates Up21 16 but the Redo
Thimfey. July If rallied with 2 runs on scores by Cathy Jo Jackson

pir.t..21 ....(.p.I.I is. The' nlgM.runnvrup s am**)Rods dldn'llIl e and John Te In the bottom oft the last before being o_.. to Vink... 4i The Gators pulled
retired. Ihemsehes into a final lie ",nti the Yankees with
Burgin. Hicks Carll on.and Wheeler all "scored 4 this victory as Stephen Murphy and Chris Slim".ho"ed
runs to lead the winner with Smith contributing.
and
the winners how to score with 2 runs
HOW TOINVEST For the Reds Chris Rodriguez Jason Welly and Johns.
Jason Bishop' John Strickland. LeeJay
Blake Thomas.!wit h 3 cores. with Juslln Brown
IN Michael Hcmell. and Dave Fisher added I apiece
and Patrick Hurst around for 2
going runa. Dobbins and
For the Vanks Brian Ashley
REAL ESTATE.Our Sum if A.,... St Shane Icons and Frankie Bush Burkholder were (he leaders with 2 runs


O/rtCk/ wttJ uJ.
I
Country Club Announces New
'
.
sales associates

know Investment where opportunities to look for 1, ji_ ir ;w'

here In town or all over the ,
counlry And we have the Program for Junior GolfersTrying T

experience to help you get -! k >it'i'; +
financing at terms you can i ,
afford. Tell us your objectives to foster a renewed interest in golf among Bradford County's young ;

-we U help find them the Starke Golf & County Club is offering a golfing plan for students who .
for you. aren't members of the Club. ;

The program is open tot\on"mf'mbel'lI who'are students in Bradford County -

high school age.-arvd below,And green fees will be $2, ." .h'.<.
r2l.NEIGHBORHOOD' Days open to the reduced; playare Tuesday, Thursday and FrIday all day; 1'
weekends after p.m., and Wednesday morning with play completed before

1 p.m. ,
PROPERTIES, Inc. Once school --. -- -- ---- -----
starts the hours for the special rate play will be Tuesday, -- ---

Reoltori Thursday and Friday after school. Big Winners in Smallfry Softball... :
((904)94-5131) Eventually if enough junior players participate a junior tournament pro-
INDIFINIXNTI.Y AND NDOrilATIDi OWNID gram may be started.All Champions of the Smallfry Softball League this year Burgin. Matt Waters! De\an Wheeler. John' Kovelte. .ti:1:

i H .nlo.21. players must sign in at the pro shop on a seperate book and must attenda were the Pirates pictured above. Standing: Rick) Kite. Kenneth ( arlton. I'aul Smith.
Rot Housing l Esuat.. COlpo."anEq..1 Oppoitunuy u> clinic (about an hour) in golf course etiquette sometime in the first monthof They are, left to right front row: Jo Jo Jackson Chris Coach Glenn Hicks* !Shannon Iliiks. and Josh Hula.

their play..



I I Legal Notices I.

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for cash In hand the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO m.mb.rs of the public reasonable, and proper. tion 29, Township 6 Jacksonville Florida Record Is on file at the not be considered by 4. Perorrj' >' oil w.rlo. ;. onontormo'r4"

NOTICEI above described proper. REGSITER FICTITIOUS who or. subscribers of Copies of the petition South Range 32 East for one lot of Marble sink ,.City Clerks Office., Qty HUD. No objection, ',* wiiH': 01'plc"W '

I will not be responsible ty of said defendant to NAME telephone$ service from und proposed tariff .revisions Business Professional' tops consigned to Walter ,J;fqll and is eodableJeq! ;. received if'er' August ....w.Ud ,.9"d
for anyones debts satisfy the aforesaid Pursuant to S.ction Continentol Telephone ore available for classification, to b. used Building Supply Co. public examination and '12. "' 1982. !wiirWdfln( !'?..q"rrA1f ",""" ..t 0'

but my own. Execution. 865.09 Florida Statutes, Company who wish to Inspection at the Com for offices. Naples, Fla 1 pallet of 4 copying' upon request. sidered by HUD ,( ,, ..6. ,." not o.vercLby .:the.*<
Woyne Norman Dolph E. Reddish notice is hereby given present testimony on the pany's offices and at the You are further given pcs tile' consigned to ron ?pecilieatbnsJtidt! : :rgw

4tpd858'26NOTICE Sheriff, Bradford County that the undersigned. quality of service. as Commission NOTICE that a copy of Tile, Co.. Naples Fiu undertake the protect ,,tr of Commu'na.j: ".Lngs f. .i lGe '*"* '>iJo.i.,"'M\'

Florida Zone G. Hudson, P.O. well as the proposed By Direction, of the said proposed OR one lot of lamps and, described ; obgve w"I\' Dil'lorment, Clly* l-oI.! t5. A d5'' r1f f.1' ol

OF INTENTION 7/15 I 41cha B/5 Box 272, Keystone rate Increase, th. opportunity Florida Public Service DINANCE Is available, for shades consigned to Nqtional ''Block! G.'onMundi\Ironf'fneiUSDepottment .. ;' (! : nd' 'L 1'b': fo1ij1,')np.rlalt"Wg
'
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS Heights Fla.. 32656 sole to do .0''at the Commission this 26th. your Inspection at the office Furniture Co.. Ft.'"" of I,5t.PUBLI,? I :-_- t.'f. l alernpioy
'
NAME SWILL BIDS ARE INVITEDTh. or joint owners doing obov. times and places. day of July 1982. of the Director of Myers, Flo., parts for 'Wauling .and Urban j !gw1JA : .
Pursuant to Section School Board of business under the firm HEARING Steve Tribble Zoning and Planning waterbed consigned to. Development ( HUD) N9Ttef" II ", ;. t: ),)rkntert4Pd.f'jf

665.09 Florida Statutes Bradford County will name of Keystone 9.30 AM Monday Oct. Commission Clerk Bradford County Courthouse All American I tynder Title I of the 'Housing ; The'Community' tii'sWqkk!:'
notice Is hereby given receive bids on swill Barb. & Hairstyling 25, 1982. Commission Itchg 8/5/82 Starke, Florida. Waterbeds. Ft. Myers, and Community; DevelOpment' ; Block'' re..b. ;. tl ni \

that the undersigned from all school Lawr.nc. Blvd. H.aring Room. 101 East Each and every Person Fla.; one lot of boat Development, Act of Grant Office is nbwjtokjl; ; pled & .ij'pl' ,I onto

John E. Curl.,. Jr, D/BA cafeterias on August 16 Keystone Heights Intends Games St., Tallahassee, NOTICE OF APPLICATION having an Interest windscreen cosigned to 1974. The City of Starke ing applications.Ip* Ihtllo '?'W 'IYDe.el

Suzuki ol Starke, sole or 1982 at 7 p.m. Interested to register said fictitious Florida. FOR REZONINGAND whatever 'in the enactment Bay Marine, Inc. lscertfymg) to HUD thai ...t housing! rehabilitation"for & tOOttot
I joint owners doing individuals, must bid on name under the Octob.r 26 and 27 AMENDMENT OF of this proposed Charlotte Harbor Fla.. the! City ot Slark. 'and Ciiiien., "*!1hi.'Northeaul > City i 1J ''t \
busineis under the firm each school separately, aforesaid statute. have. also been reserved THE lAND USE PLAN ORDINANCE should appear one lot ol sign, and parts Neil Tucker. in his official section of the City through Friday b *ween

name of Curies, Su ukl- listing, the school nom. Dated this 8th day of if necessary.The An ORDINANCE amending and be heard at the consigned to Advertising capacity Clerk consent of Starke} Ths'section of the hours of 8'd'm and 5

Kawasaki of Storke, In.I.nds and the amount bid per July. 1982 In Clay County purpose of this the Comprehensive time and place prescribed. ft Sign, Co.. Miami Fla.. to' accept. the the 'City'of: StorkeVis; ; p.m \.;crj.t, .:;,.
to register fictitious month for each school. hearing. shall b. to p.r. land Use Plan Element one lot of wood rolls and jurisdiction of the known /as Reno- .Interested Jerry WO6tVJbMItor. \ c

nom. under the Individuals may bid on 7/154tchg8/S mit the petitioner an op. and Map by City of BOARD of City, ofStork. drawer sticks consigned Federal courts If an action resident of !this Commutity.Delop!
aforesaid on. or oil schools.Succ.ssful portunity to present Stark.. Florida In .. COMMISSIONERS N ,
statute.Doted accordance to Martin, Stevens, is brought to enforceresponsibilities area should complete art l".n \ '
this 2nd day off bidder must direct testimony and ex- with ,the local By: L.M. Gaines, Direc- Miami Fla. one lot of in relation application with the :--a,5: ; '''oict

f August 1982. provide suitable cans for BEFORE THE FLORIDA hibits In support of the Government Com- tot,. Starke Zoning & ftourescent lamps con. to environmental' Community Develpp-,- "s ., '
swill to b. placed In at PUBLIC SERVICE COM- petition; to permit in- prehensive" Planning Act Planning. '
8/5
4tchg 8/26 signed to Gulf Systems reviews decision making ment Block Grant Officeat / CtfibF.3TARE .
each location. Failure to MISSION NOTICE TO tervenors and staff to of 1975 as provided for in 8/5/82 Itchg
and
Inc. Ft. lauderdale Fla. action and that. City Hall. Monday NOTICE OF FILING,
k..p can wash area CONTINENTAL present testimony and Chapter 163 of the to satisfy freight and these responsibilitieshave through Friday betweenthe .
An Community
Application
clean shall b. TELEPHONE COMPANYOF ; Jor
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S groundsfor exhibits this Florida Statutes
concerning NOTICE
\ storage charges under been satisfied., The hours of 8 a.m. and 5. DevelopmentBlock
SALE voiding award with THE SOUTH matter; to permit petitioner TO: All CltiZ."'. Taxpayers ALMA PADGETT has the provisions of Section I.galf.ct/ of the certification p m. This protect is total" Grant Funds.
J Notice is hereby given 10 return of mon.V'Int.r.sled FLORIDA AND ALL an opportunity to and other Interested made application for .
a
4b( ) of Uniform Standard I is that upon its ly funded by the Department The City of Starke ha.for.d .
t that I. Dolph E. Reddish persons OTHER INTERESTED .PAR. present rebuttal Persons. temporary use permit to .
Bill of lading. approval. City of Starke of Housing and Urban
I t as sheriff of Bradford must have bids at the TIES testimony; and for such You.and each of You the BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS an application lor a
Gotor the Block Grant
Freightwoy' IncCarrier may use Development. .
Docket Community
County. Florida underand Bradford County School No. B20054.TP other purposes as the are hereby and herewith to be funds and HUD will hove Jerry Wadsworth. Director :' Development
Block Grant
: r by virture of Writ. Board Administration Issued: 7-26-82 deem for
of Commission .
her
may given notice in accor.dance Issued on prop.rtyparcel satisfied
8 5 Its
8 12 ,
Community Develop
2tchg
respon. Fiscal Year 1982 lion the
j f Execution, lo-wit: Building not later than 7 NOTICE .Is hereby opproprlqte. All with Florida 1724 in Section 26, sibilities, under the No. ment.
p.m. August 16. 1982. given that the Florida be Statutes Department of Housing
witnesses shall subject that the Boardof Township 5 South Range
tional
Issu.d out EnvironmentalPolicy 8 5 82
Execution '
Itchg
TO and Urban
ALL
S.nd bids to: Dolores Public Service Commission to cross City Commissioners off Rd. 200A five INTERESTED Development
j of County Court of Brad. ofSlarlo. :22 East Act of 1969. HUD
I Morgan. Coordinator, a panel or a AGENCIES GROUPS 'Cituen objection to
; Florida examination at the con. Florida hove mile North of Stark. will
ford County pursuant accept on objection PUBLIC NOTICE the .
AND PERSONS of the
Bradford County School member thereof wilt their : filing application
elusion ;of designated the Stark. The 'Bradford County
,I to a Final Judgement Food Service. 582 North hold public hearings In. ,testimony. Zoning and Planning Zoning Board has recommended On or about August to its approval of the The City, of Starka. must be mode to'
release of funds and
t for Dave H.nd.r. T.mpl. Av.., Stark, the above docket on the i. The proceedings will Board to conduct a public to th* Commissioners 13. 1982 he( City of acceptance Community Dcvelopt Department of Housing
son and Anni. Chandler Florida 32091. petition of Continental :Starke; will request the of the certification men Block Grant Office ond Urban Development
be governed by the hearing at a to this temporary
provisions regularmeeting grant
of Stark. Florida and 7/29 3lchg 8/14) Telephone Company' of Chapter 120. held ot 7.30 permit., A public U.S. Department of only II it is on one of i i. compiling a list of 32) West Adams Street,
-J; against P.E. Griffls. the South Florida for on Housing and Urban the following, bases: (a) general contractors to Jacksonville 32202Complaint
Florida Statute, and p.m. In the City Com- hearing on this 'r.qu..twill That the certificationwas ,
1,1 defendant In the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Increase In Its rotes and Chapter 25-22 and 28-5. mission meeting be held on'AUGUST Development to release participate in the to DHUD
amount of $250 together REGISTER FICTITIOUS 'charge which:will produce Florida AdministrativeCode. Starke room Federal funds under Title not in fact executed rehabilitation program.All regarding .the .application -
,
City Hall. Starke, 30. 1982. at ':45 p."n. in
with by the chief officer
,I cost of collection. NAME additional "annual Florida on Thursday. the CommissionersRoom ,1 I of the Housing 'and executive Contractors must should be mad.
Have seized and have of Development or other officer, of b* able to: within 30 davs.lrom this
NOTICE IS HEREBY revenues $1,038.494. JURISDICTIONThe' Community
Augusr 26 1982, and of the Bradford
j i In my possession the : Act of 1974 PC the City of Starke approved I Provide a do...
the The
GIVEN. That the' undersigned at following time. Commission Is make a recommendationto County Courthouse. At ( application I Is
following described personal under the provisions and places: ) vested with jurisdiction the City of Stark. this time all p.rsoni 93-383)) for the; 'following by HUO or (b) photostated copy of. on file, at. the City Hall.
i.:'f' property to-wit: of Setion A will, be held protect: that the City of SIark.'s.nvianm.ntal state license. Community '
i 865.09. hearing over the rate and Commissioner and the terested shall fa* heard Development
F100 Ford Truck Cab Florida Statutes, will at each locot4 ". I icorni charge of the petitionerby Board will consider on for or againsf the, request Target AreaRehabilitation | review. 2. Furnish evidence of office, 209 Thompson .
;
record for the
I
IC with In.dcal.s
I yellow brown register with the Clerk of mencing at 4 p.m.ond; ; the provisions of Tuesday September 7, as specified In the for project comprehensive public St. Slar..... Fla' 8
-f pray In spot. Warranty the Circuit Court In and continuing untlr'6'p.rri. \; Chapter 364, Florida 1982 at the same said Zoning Cod of Bradford rehabilitation of the omission of a required liability insurance am, to 5 p m. for

No. FIOCN361S97. Truck for Putnam County on Aug.. 10., 1982. All Statute and 'Chapter place at 7 p.m. an Ordinance County. neighborhood' signified decision: finding coverage protecting the review
\ bed has well drilling tie Florida upon receipt of persons appearing! durIng > 2S-4V Florida Administrative relating to: l.M.-Gain No.,1, in the City of or step applicable to. the. owner for not less than Jerry ..Wadiworth, Director

: mounted on same. In proof ol publication of these times'will be Code. Th. rezoning of the Director, Bradford County Stark far a total cost of project In th. en.vironmental 1100.000.) In. the event of _...CommunityDevelopment. -

J eluding tank drilling tower, this notice, the following heard. TRAFFIC REVISIONS following described property Zoning Board ,., $330.0001fo j fiscal year review pro* bodily Injury Including B, 5 llchg
water and car cess. Objections must b*
fictitious nom. to-wit: City CommissionRoom. Although the County and 1982. This polecll. part death and 25000. In the-
% amending the 8/5/9J Itchg
.
.3: i engine. plus transmission. : prepared and submitted
Curies Suzuki of Stark, Morlonno City has p,>.ecf' certain Comprehensive' .. of a Comprehensive". event ';ot, property"
p' Land
under which h* if engaged Hall, 220 North Green revision to Jt.:' 'existingtariffs .Use Plan to provide that ,;! "I\\t S/( .. Multi-Year Program': In accordance'with the damage arising out of
A* the property of the In business NOTICE 'Is' nrby An Environmental required procedure ((24 the work
I at 1640 S. Street Marlanna In order to currently zoned RIC coverage required
1 obov. named defendant Walnut and 'Review Record CFR Part 58)) and may b&; by' local' low
: St., Stark. Fla. FlorIda generate the additional designated by the given that on Monday V*'
I and that planas addressed
on Monday the to HUD
U.S.
at
l' 32058. City Council revenue the Commission Residential bereton- Aug. 16. 1982. at 10.00 questing the within, project governing Workman'
9th of .
day August 1982.at That the name of the Chamber Stark City I Is not bound by such ed la BP, and designated o'clock A.M., the undersigned i has been,.mode by HUD Jacksonville. Area Compensation'
on.the ,.m, on .aid day person solely InterestedIn Hall. 209 North Thompson proposal and will give Business Professional Ga'or the City of Stark which Offiet,325. West Adam 3. Obtain and pay for
on premise of the the said business I. a* Street, Starke. consideration to the of Frelghtways Inc.. will document the environmental Street Jacksonville', all permits and license :!
4j Bradford County Jail I apply property Mark V, Florida. .
32202 The
Objection spaniel
of
follow: Florida. auction for review of for the family dogs
said Increases Olin cell at public necessary completion
ing : If described
; will offer for sole and any a*
J JOHN E. CURIES The of these the Environmental to the release of and contains more breeds-tan -
of
purpose ore authorized. In the follows 750 W. cash at 2175) Com. project. This execution
.ell the hiehett Madison
to "
btdaV! '
7/29 4fcha 8/19 hearing I* to give manner deemed fair St.. parcel 4093 'in See-: monweollh Av.. Review. fund on basl other than the wprk and labor to be than any other The name
those stated. above will performed. comes from the word Spain.


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August.11s2 TELF.C.RAPII PaKf' 11II ,\



Cowboy Practices StartPop Clay Co-Op



Warner football practice for The boys will be Informed which
the Bradford Cowboys is underway day their team will be getting Places 4th
and registration for boys and girls physicals during practices, which
ages 7 to 15 will continue Saturday, opened Monday August 2. Practicesare
August 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in held from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. at
front TG&Y In the Bradford Square Westside Park. At StateClay
Shopping Center.Registration .
is also being held at All football players and
Bret &: Jerry's and Lawtey Shell any cheerleaders who did not participatein
day during their regular business the program last year must bring a Electric a 2mi->oar softball!
hours. The registration fee of $35 copy of their birth certificate on the team of Clay Co-Op employees fundedout
must be paid before any child can first day of practice with the copy being of their own pockets and dona-
participate.For kept in Association files. tions, made their first quest into Statt'
Loosening Up the Legs... industrial play last weekend and just 1
your convenience physicals will Any adult who would like to assist in
be available on Saturday, August 7, the Pop Warner program in any Boys practicing with the Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner they loosen up and get In shape before going Into pads to did miss moving further down the
and Saturday, August 14, by Or. capacity is needed and would be ap teams are getting plenty of calisthenics this week as get ready for the coming season. road to Regionals.
Sarnt. preciated. Clay, which won its District title
won 2 games and lost 2 in the state industrial
tourney held in IVnsucola
Their losses were to the host t team,
L&N Railroad of Pcnsaeolj. 8.1111\
AMERICAS STORE the first round and 6-7 in the loser's
DRUG 1 bracket. In between they scored a 6.4
win over Grumman and a 5-4 tome

Tsys l H 'tM 2 fifiIII Electronics from-behind Melbourne victory! over Collins

L&N ended up lakmj.Ihmt\ with
-I. PROCESSING Eastern Marine of Panama City going -
PHOTO undefeated for the championship
and Armstrong of I'ensacola taking
\ Vf4- \ System 2 Photo Processing second. The top :i teams advance to
Regionals in Gaston. S Carolina
"Now we know what ue have to
the switch is on. do," pla)er-coach Sieve Thomas of
the Clay team haul after the> returned
from I the rainy weekend in west I
Florida. "There ain't no wa> we (-,111'I
win it next ear if we have a ballduh
/ SHARP BUYS And if we pick up a the players we
: I plan to we'll be stronger next vearTommy
III Wise had 2 homers good l fur
f in SCHOOL 3 RBIs in the win over ( l"l1l11lllanSaIUrda
)'. In the next |g\IIW Clay
<5 [
_
1 1 / / I Electric rallied with 2 outs in the hot
SuperllrwMauttft SUPPLIES .
; V tom of the 7lh to erase a 43: ('.ill||in .
lead.
I
With Chuck Head at first 1 and t
I9 I down Claude Martlee burned the lets
..
--; ,. frlI4 fielder with a deep drive 'to the lence
L t that gave him a double and tied the
II LOOSELEAF game. Roger )Dnnnell.v I then stroked a
single to center to scone 1I.lrdl'l'1111
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FILLER JJ the game-winner.
SCHICK "The defense was a little hit uneasy
PAPER because the fl'ld'I'l' so wet hut -I I
PEPSODENT SUPER 31CARTRIDGES COCACOLAor SHOWERMATE II was proud of the wav evervlimlvplajed.
TOOTHPASTE TAB LIQUID SOAP PACK OF 200 ." Thomas saidSoftball

I. .9-OUNCe TWIN BLADE PACK OF 5 .1.99


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MYLANTALIQUID I I This \WeekendA

22" K & S _ III DUOTANGPORTFOLIOS I
ANTACID I. ( .R SIDE BAG "'\; X....;4 A \\ softl>all tournament put
V4 11-OUNCI on by the l.awtev l>)i\ie' Youth
t MOWER.. WITH POCKETS BI Association will In held this weekend
-308 R p.225 ...
III A.At*
.
I 6 r S0.11J79 at Cobble Field m I.aw: lev
I / / 7 teams were entered as ol 'fuesdav
88 4100limit with the I Cuhlifltev and;
1 -- -- night .aw lev

..,e '. -.. ._ : I -.., II. Lawtey HebJ>.', '\..!\ 1'koHowdus l
carrying the local haiinrrNo in
were the Merchants ol Maicleiinv: '
: and teams from Milliard' ;aid
JULIETTE AM DIGITAL
COTY NUANCE
MEN'S & LADIES' III' Callahan Hopes arc lor 1 more team
TRIAL SWIMWEAR25OFF CLOCK RADIO to be added for an leani" 'louin.i
YOU TRAYELSIZES CHOICE j.JJ C-125 JS Q 9 ment
:MAp. I ** Iit Plans weren't definite\ as 'to uhethri
.1 39 ,: ....... play would start "Kndav i night: "1'111'"i
REGULAR PRICES While quantities last. IIII TYPING Typing Paper thing Saturday morning at pros
Limit 1WHITE 'if / PAPER Typuvtf Paper time. But 'the finals are\(tenlalivelv' .
0 for Sunday afternoonA
PACK or 200
EVEREADY 99 CI: full line of refreshmentwill 1 hi
BOUNCE D CON
- tall VOLT Typing Paper offered and spectators are mv iteil out
.. .
.
FABRIC ANT & ROACH BATTERIES N 18. u. ::
I I to watch the softball and help mil
.oooj: T SOFTENER SPRAY PACKOP2 II -:: = / Law-tey'S Dixie Youth program lot'
OF ,.
PACK 40 11-OUNCE --- P.0. u
a BRITE the oath
ng. a's R 18. U'
DENTURE I 1 09 .

TABLETS ,. 189. 149 j !IIW WIREBOUND \. le
.OX OP 40 NOTEBOOKS \.. 1PPOWDER Ballet Tap.Acrobatics .

:. rO. AQI"18.if_.
,, 89c' :. VLASIC lit" x SO' orW PROCTOR-SILEX. I \ Offered

Compare to,, KOSHER x 80' ELECTRIC y 2 / 7 ,
EHerdent DILLS GARDENHOSE PR r Mrs. Sala/ar s daises in ballet
12-OUNCI t JUICER !'5SI .; tap-dancing' and acrobatics will
u
.o.jHJ: M 40 w 1tOJ, ,1 t :' R J101W 11I.11." II ''-- resume August: 1 :ill at the Old Armory
R e. ir.te : ;"=.: and registration will he held next:
9ge h.LM > ; 14 99 r -1 week

LAXATIVE Limit 1TOOTSIE,, 1299J-': BIC SUPER Registration t will he 11I'ldlIgu,1 II
14-OUNCI and IS from ID a 1110 1 p in at the
NIOULAH -7-I SAVER PENS Old Armor
a ORANOI.
MELNOR Cost is 51!:> For mine information
288 BONUS ROLL ; PULSATING ACKO" 88: 6i/C call !%-4-B79_'
CLAIROL
BARS SPRINKLER 3-WAY 11 Rp.1.75 ....
N*'..10M.AH 9570.. BHS Football
Compare toMetamuctl. Rp. HAIRSETTER II
00 .
/
I 799 .K4ao. 99
.27
Schedule
Limit 10 bars "... M.I* .... .. SetThe
.. 20 rollers. PAPER o MATE
tangle-free
J 1UH2! Tornadoarsit.v 'loothal' !
m W'"O / / """" ''' '''' W" / ERASEReMATE2PENS
@DSALE schedule has been finalised and I the
,, +
'
$!
.u'" uNO" '" B' ..
ft that
Rg. only thing changes from the !I'.mi! I
00 slate is that the away games and
ITCHI-KOOL ''=' 21 home games are reversedSo

,. I the Tornadoes again open with
LOTION .
PAPCMMATI "ITI.IIO. PIN
\ rival Baker County, this year in :Mac
4OUNCfM.g. ass '-p ,, PK.OP3II.g.sep1.2PKJ//. i. clenny.Home.
I I .! games are with Santa "'1' SI
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T-Ball wrapped up with special first place Peeps. Monday,August 2 Damine, Marcus,Jeff,and Chris each I
'.1 I night games Tuesday night, August 3, For the Peeps Heather Smith Jeff Peep 29 Zonkar 20 The Peeps scored 3 runs to lead the Peeps over
and the Zonkers and Rascals came Chitty, and Adrian Alexander scored made the most of their chances with the Crackers.For .
out the winners. 3 times. Jesse, Heather, Damine, Ray, Jason, the losers Kary and Jason led
The Peeps were the regular season Jeff, and Adrian all scoring every all scorers with 4 runs and Quintinand
champs with a 7.1 record and got their RnicoU 31 Crackers III The Rascals time up to spark the winners. Jeffery tallied 3 runs.
first place ribbons Tuesday night but had 8 players in a row score 3 runs For the Zonkers Greg, Harry,
the Zonkers edged them out 33-28 in starting with Melissa Kyle and goingto Jeremy, and Darren all racked up. 3 Zonker. 31 Ro.cal. 25: Kevin, Mar- County Commission
the night action. In the other game the Clay Whitaker, Amy Fayo, Billy scores. cus, Johnny, Harry, Toika, Jeremy,
3rd place Rascals topped the Kyle, Bubba Coleman, Grant Mozier, and Brittany were high scorers in the District 2
Crackers 3128. Chris Crawford, and Rodney Padgett Rascals 30 Crackor 25t Stephanie, Zonkers win.Leading 1
and that was plenty to score a win Billy, Amy, Eric, Clay, Chris, and the Rascals were COUNTY AT LARGE
Tuesdoy.August 3ionk.r. over the Crackers.The each scored 3 times to lead Jonathon
Rodney Clay, Stephanie, and Eric.
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Elect A Man Who -
33 Peeps 21: In their final the Rascals to victory.
time to show their stuff in '82 Greg losers had some good hitters
For the Crackers Beni was outstan-
Johnson, Johnny Strickland, Marcus too, with Jamie Saunders, Carie Nor- ding in a losing cause, along with Standing Wt-T I Has Experience 30 years business in Bradford Co.
Patray, Toika Strong, Justin man, Quentin Chism, Robbie Bassett, Keith. Peeps 7-3 Has worked hard to serve all the people of Bradford Co.
McE'henny, Jeremy Hildebran, and Robert Davis, Jeffrey Evans, Travis Zonkers B-3-1 -Is Qualified Sincere Honest, Impartial.
Brittany Bula all tallied 3 runs to lead Anderson, and Jason Bryan all scor- Monday,July 2s> Rascals 6-4 ,
the Zonkers to an upset win over the ing 3 times. Poop 22 > Crackers. 17: Tonya, Crackers 0-9-1 Has the most for your tax money strong fiscal program
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Night Play Jr. Thursday PD POL ADV


The Jr. Softball Season wraps up (rewer* 7 A'. 4i The Brewers the big bats as Kelsey, Clarence, and
under the lights Thursday night, jumped in front 6-1 to score a win over Link all scored 3 times and Rowland
August 5, with a special tripleheaderof the A's Tuesday with Scott, Len, Don, twice in the easy win. The Bradford-Union Area
night games. Benji, Neal, Holly,and Michael doing For the Expos Neal was a 2-time
The league-leading Cubs ((12-3) and the scoring for the winners. scorer. Vocational-Technical CenterIs
Expos (11-4)) will play the 7:30: p.m.
Thursday July 29
but the first two weren't set at
game Royal 3 Brewers Oi The Royals Wednesdoy July 21 For You
presstime because of a makeup game blanked the Brewers with Padres t. Brewers i: Kathy scored In
being played Wednesday morning. Robert, and Mike scoring the Stacy win-, the bottom of the 7th on a hit by Markas The Center is a secondary and post-secondary institution available to anyone 16
The Brewers ((5-10) and Padres ner's runs. the Padres nipped the Brewers. years of age or older. The purpose of the Center is to prepare thief student with employ-
((5-10) tied for 4th place, forcing the Kathy's winning run was her 3rd, ment entry level skills. There are also classes to prepare for the G.E.D. (General
playoff game Wednesday. The winnerof A'. 5: Mark scored his 3rd making her the game's high scorer.
that contest will play the 3rd place run and Billy his 2nd in the 6th inning Christy added 2 runs for the winners Education Development) test.
Royals (8-7) at 6:30: Thursday night to propel the Padres past the A's. and Neal of the Padres had 2. Applications are now being taken for the fall term that will begin August, 30, 1982.
while the loser plays last place A's Stacy had the other Padre score The following courses are available at the Center: '
(4-11) in the opening game at 5:30 while Kimbo and Monica both tallied Royal 12 Ixpo Si The Royals dealt
Thursday. twice for the losers. the Expos their 2nd loss as Todd came Air-Conditioning Refrigeration and Heating Mechanics .. .
Tuesday,August 3 home 3 times from his leadoff spot
Expel 10 > Padre. ii Jim tallied 3 runs Cub it. Expos it The Cubs broke out and Vicky and Robert added 2 scores. Auto Mechanics
and Neal added 2 as the Expos toppedthe Building Trades -Carpentry
Padres. Building Trades -Masonry ,
Salena, Jimmy, Angel, and Sarah -- Commericial Vehicle Driving (age limit 21 or over)
had the other scores for the winners. @) ) .Cooking and BakingCosmetology "

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Rachael and Link had the other Cub 's
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3: came to the REACH program ones who appreciates Mrs. Young the disease that occurs over a long periodof ferent programs offered there. them."
a desk job and I can tell you this most. time, hinders normal growth and In addition, she coordinates Young says many of her current patients
y lot more demanding, but it is also David has muscular distrophy, e' development, limits activity and requires Medicade services including EPSDT have been refered to her from
,r more rewarding," Young says. progressivly debilitating disease that continuing, specialized (Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosisand previous patients who have passedthe
as if I'm getting to know the has confined him to a wheelchair medical care," Young explained."As Treatment) for all of the children word along.
and kids I'm working with since an early age. you can imagine, the costs of caring who have qualified for REACH care. "There really is a big informationgap
better than I ever could if they Visiting David and other children for children in this condition can be "A big part of what we do concerns for some of rural people in these
coming to me in an office set- who share some of the same type of overwhelming for families who aren't just getting the basic information two counties," she said. "Also once
problems in the Bradford Countyarea very well off and live from week to about the services out to the families we make contact we often have to explain -
tion."I ,Mrs.Young gave this Telegraph week. they affect," Young says "I hate to ourselves very throughly before
program is sponsored by the reporter a first-hand look at some of ,"Medical bills like that can think of the families with chronically the people come to trust us and
Children's Medical Services her patients and the work she does. devastate people on severely limited ill children who don't even know we understand that we're really trying
and the Florida State "We don't know what we'd do incomes and those are the ones we are exist because they must be the ones just trying to help."
offices in Tallahassee. Ad- without Mrs.Young,"says Mrs.Whit- trying to help." who are in the more rural areas who
funding is provided by the tle, David's mother. "She has been probably need all the help we can give See pJ e ten...
Wood Foundation, a private such a great help to us and David Nurse Young officially is called
organization with an exten- really looks forward to her visits. Health Care Coordinator.The title fits
history. of aiding the medical pro- They get along real well." her well because she literally accomplishes Fund for fire victims set up I
Right now, Mrs. Young is trying to so many different tasks.
's David Whittle is one of the get David to lose some weight so he She provides teaching, counselingand A fund has been set up at the loss due to fire.
can get around in his wheelchair a lit- referral service for the case Keystone State Bank in the name of All monetary donations can be
Raiford"Eun..Eest..seLAu.28 tle better. She has worked up a management of children in the area the Greg Alvarez family of Starke made at the State Bank
I'I'I -.. ... .special diet.to.help.him along and and also works with personel in the-, .;after-m .Jnl !ftipjflfiiiutf1 1*__home. last Donations of cloning and household L I
goes over it with him on each visit. county school systems td see that her weekend. goods can be brought to the Community .
The Industrial Complex of Raifordis cent of profits for those with items to charges get the most out of the dif The Alvarez residence was a total Church in Keystone Heights
sponsoring a Summer Fun Fest "David likes to fish just about more'
Saturday Aug 28, at the workshopsite sell.A than anything else," Mrs. Young explained I
on SR-229 in Raiford. parade is planned for 10 a.m. "If we can get his weight
Money raised will be used to support Other activities will be gospel music, down a little bit it will take some of r
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the sheltered workshop for the puppet the strain off his muscles and he'll be
developmentally disabled of Union balloons and arts and crafts. Baked able to get around a more easily." "
goods and other food items will be
County and to sponsor Special Olym- David is one of over 50 children
available.For
pics in the area. assigned to Young in the Bradford- need
Booth space will be provided free more information contact Mary Union County areas. The lock you
for those not selling items or 25 per- Thornton at 431-1426 or 431-1898. "A child who is chronically ill has a i

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Jacob Bernard Howell Jacksonville; two brothers, C.A. for the overwhelming kindness of the Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner In Bradford County the i daughter of level Baptist Church of Starke.
Mr. Jacob B. Howell, 59, of Howell of Lake City and Norman many people who brought food, sent Funeral Home in charge. the late Jasper and Lou Cindy Parrish Survivors include two daughters,
Brooker died Sunday, Aug. 1, at his Howell of Blue Point} N.Y.; one flowers, and gave their prayers and Brown, former pioneer residents of Mrs. Irene Hall, and Mrs. Dorothy
home after an apparent heart attack. sister, Mrs. Dorothy Adams of Lake words of sympathy and love during Bradford County. Crockrell, both of Starke; five grandchildren
Mr. Howell was born In Columbia City, and one grandson, Jason Jacob the recent loss of our beloved wife, Beulah Prescott She was employed by the Van H. and five great
County,moving to Brooker five years Southwell of Jacksonville. mother, grandmother, and friend. Funeral services for Beulah Priest Company in Starke for several grandchildren.
ago.He was retired from the U.S.Air Funeral services were Wednesday You surely made our burden more Prescott,90,of Starke,who died Mon- years. She was a member of Pine
Force where he retired in 1973 after Aug. 4, at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel oit easy to bear. day, Aug. 2, in Bradford County
serving 31 years.He was a member of Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler, The Family of Hospital, following an extended illness Clinic : I
the Advent Christian Church of Lake with Rev. James Countryman and Llnnle Williams ,will be today,Thursday,Aug.5, Starke Family Planning
City. Rev. Bank Setzer officiating. Burial in the Chapel of Archie Tanner i : '
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. was in Phillipi Cemetery, under the Funeral Home, of Starke. Tubal Llgatfon (Tubes tied)
Wilma Thomas Howell of Brooker; direction of Archer Funeral Home of ,Anna Dittrich Rev. Roman Alvarez will officiate Vasectomies I
two daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann Lake Butler. Graveside funeral services for Anna and burial will be in Brown Cemetery. & I
Leonard of Pensacola, and Miss Card Dittrich, 71, of Starke, who died Archie Tanner Funeral Home will be Abortions performed. J
Karen Yvonne Howell of Brooker; of ThanksWe Saturday, July 31, will be conductedat in charge of arrangements.Mrs. No Hospital stay necessary No
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Vincent Ilolmberg Chicago.He He is survived by his wife, Mrs. United Methodist Church with Rev.
New Rome (S04>4734051MIUSUM Vincent V. Holmberg, 72, of near was a former president'of the Matha L. Holmberg; a daughter, David Landers, pastor, officiating.
Additions Keystone Heights, died Wednesday, Western Society of Engineers; a Mrs. Jo Ann Myers of Brunswick, Burial was in Keystone Heights I
RemrlrlLaf! July 28, in Alachua General Hospital, member of the Calumet Country Mo.; two sons, Rodney R. Holmbergof Cemetery under the direction of !
WASHING) AINTIHO Gainesville, following a long illness. Club; the Medinah Shrine Temple; Chandler, Ariz., and William W Jones Funeral Home, Keystone
Born in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Mr. the South Surburban Shrine Club; the Holmberg of Sturgeon Bay Wis.; a Heights.In .
KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC. Holmberg had moved to the Keystone Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite sister,Mrs.Mildred Adams of Kansas lieu of flowers, contributionsmay
CONTRACTOR Heights area four years ago from Bodies,and the Palace Lodge No.765 City, Mo.; three brothers, Helmer. be made to the Keystone United I
REGISTERED BUILDING Chicago, III. of Free & Accepted Masons in Holmberg of Decatur, 111., Carl J. Methodist Church, Keystone Heights !
Mr. Holmberg was a graduate of Chicago. Mr. Holmberg was presently Brunswick of Mo., and Paul A Florida, Fl.
HOOFING INSULATION the University of Missouri Civil a charter member and chairman of Holmberg of Arlington, Va., and
Jim PoweU 440 Lawrence Blvd. Engineering, in 1933,and was retiredas the Pastors Parrish Committee, at seven grandchildren. 1
President Keystone Hgti..Fl 32656 vice-chairman of the board: from the Keystone United Methodist Funeral services were held at 3 1I
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b + Florida National Banks report increased earnings I,

the Florida National has increased its
Florida National Bank of Florida, that were necessary to counter
much publicized book value per com-
Inc. reported that net income for the disruptive proxy fight. said Geroge share approximately $.79 to I
mon
C. Whitner, president and chief ex-
quarter ended June 30, 1962 was $27.41," Whitner added.
ecutive officer.
95,328,000 or '.59 share comparedto
per ....
'? ;yl U a,4I k, t t.l $4,124,000 or $.55 per share for the ---
I r quarter ended June 30, 1981.
.l l'' 1 n1 This represents a 31 percent In- BUILDER OFFERS
4S crease in earnings per share over the
1Tfr $3,785,000 or $.45 per share earned in 10% INTEREST WO'HNo
the first quarter of 1982. Net income
for the six month period ended June *No Closing Cost
30, 1982 was $9,111,000 or $1.04pe r Down Payment
share. Net income for the first half of
r 1981 was $8,778,000 or $.17 per share. With Over 20 Models to Choose from
61 1a'x "We are very pleased that Florida Built on Your Lot
: u National Banks of Florida has been
able to achieve Improving results in
the face of continued high interest Call Jim Powell

rates, a lingering recession, and the For FREE Brochure 1-473-4961
a
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Carolyn Eaves -- Whirlpool FEDDERS
BCT Staff everything was in top shape which plant) won the over-all sweepstakes /
was no easy thing to accomplish sincewe award at the fair. It was displayed at Model AT604F "V Model AHJ-P49-2 Model ACRO8F2
have had much rain during the the show from a tall tree. .
so plant
Approximately 250 visitors came 4,000 BTU/Hr. 115 YoN 5,000ITU/Hr._ 115 Volt 7.400 BTU/Hr.
away from Lawtey Correctional In- past month. LCI is one of the better landscaped 10 Petition Thermostat fal'(Instillation .All Copper Coils *115 Volt
stitution most impressed by the second Vocational Instructor Hilton C. Col- prisons in the state with the hor- 3 Cooling Speeds Washable finer .Easy Installation
annual plant show Saturday.The eman said there were approximately ticulture class responsible for the
visitors were given a tour of the 5,000 plants in the show. Favorites of upkeep of the grounds. The inmatesdo FREEDELIVERY LIMITED
area which is outside the prison com- everyone was the cacti and the many everything except the mowing FEDDERS
pound, treated to refreshments and ornamental plants. which is done by a maintenance crew.
given a plant as they were leaving. The first green house was built in The program includes learning about TIME iI i i11'l
One couple from Gainesville had 1976 and soon filled as the new program pesticide application,plant identification I

and driven could to not Lawtey say enough just for good the things show requested grew. A and second SuperintendentJames greenhousewas Coleman and green invites house area upkeep.garden club j &i'' '!lIImllillilli@IIII! !! !!! 'iiillh1IllllluIlluuhIllIIJ'' !! H
house members and
to
about what was there. Wainwright suggested a nursery growers .
The two green houses were full of a with sides which could be raised in the share ideas with them. lie said mostof 11'l :;1-! I t tl [1fii LJ! lt..1
wide range of plants, including those summer which would eliminate the their plants came from sharing in .. I : j't J .f.I 'mi'tUJ".1f j \''\, .! !
that are native to Florida and many need for a cooling system. the beginning. The classes now do I '. a e I I ; I i" e -
varieties which are seldom seen here. According to David Newsom, voca- their own propagation and hope in the I '$ ;'' \\ljftJ" $
The larger plants were in a shaded tional coordinator,they all questionedthe future to be of more service to the I ", 238. 5481 448FEDDER .

area and there was a beautifully landscaped theory at first,but by using labor' community as their, : inventory! *, Increases =- .. ._ ". .. ..'. """
i garden,all part'of the show. from the training classes,'and glass' ":
$ The landscaped area contained a obtained from state property surplus, Inmates are thoroughly screened FEDDER h I
i formal,informal and tropical garden, the building was completed in 1980. before they are admitted to the pro- FEEDERS
i complete with a waterfall and Mr. Wainwright was right in the end, gram. All inmates are minimun Model ASP-05F2H Model ACL24E7H Model ACL18E7HGB
goldfish pond.The setting was further the sides can be and are raised in the security prisoners.The .
? emphasized in a setting under large summer. horticulture class is just one of 5,000 BTU/Hr. 22,000 BTU/Hr. 17.500 BTU/Hr.
? sweetgum, pine and ash trees. The 18 inmates currently in the program the eight vocational classes at LCI 115 Volt Rotary Compressor Quiet Operation
Walkways were filled with bark and are encouraged to use their Imagination under Educational Supervisor FredG. 3 Cooling Speeds Slide-out Chassis Air Direction Control
t lined with tree stumps made into ben- in their projects. Dobbins. There are approximately Washable Filter Energy EfficientWHIRLPOOL Fodders Great Warranty
I?: ches. They gain experience which is 175 students involved in the program
is The inmates used sand, sawdust beneficial in obtaining a job when which includes a junior college class
a: and chips to accent the plants. Many they are released. Each inmate taught by Santa Fe instructors. All LOW INTEREST INSTANTCREDIT
i of the plants were blooming and receives a certificate in horticulturewhen teachers in the program are certifiedby
: they leave LCI, listing on the the state board of education. FINANCING
\ Family Dollar back the areas they have worked in as Dobbins has been with the system
part of the program. since 1972 when he started at Union
Everyone involved with the project Correctional Institution as a science to qualified buyers '.
? Stores Report takes a great deal of pride in their teacher.He 1 =-:- I".
work. In additional to preparing for admits his current job is certainly -
the annual show the program allows far removed from what he thoughthe i
t Earnings the inmates to work outside the prison was getting into when he first e !! t
Family Dollar Stores, Inc. (NYSE with various civic groups, churchesand started. Dobbins says he really ''t'
symbol FDO), a discount store chain communities. thought he was going to teach class. 'S4 !
operating 518 stores in 10 "Look at the tornado, it has a Brad- He quickly says this job is more of a : X398 : ;
southeastern states, including one in ford County Fair ribbon," said one of challenge, however. ... .. ; ....
Starke, has reported the highest third Betty Register's granddaughters as This years attendance increased by _
t quarter and fiscal nine-month sales she viewed the plant show. 100 visitors, which the staff and In- I Whirlpool
1 and earnings in its history. She was right, the horticulture program mates were proud of. With the complimentary I Whirlpool Whirlpool
For the third quarter ended may 31, has won many awards for its remarks heard from the Model AHF-120-2 Model AHJ-180-4 Model AHF-250.4
1982,sales were$50,698,035 or approximately exhibits. visitors as they were leaving, LCI
16 percent above sales oft This year the"tornado" (a hanging plant show 1983 can look forward to an 12.000 BTU/Hr. 18,000 BTU/Hr. 24,400 BTUHr.HIGHEFFICIENCY.
$43,522,947 for the third quarter of the basket, containing a varigated Inch even better crowd. 115 Volt 4-way Air Direction :

prior fiscal year. Net income was ..yy --" I 3 Speed Fan Control e 3 Speed Fan
,* $2,492,049 or approximately 23 per- Energy Sluing Options Slide-out ChassisCARRIER Energy Saving
cent above net income per share, ad- Options r
justed to reflect the threefortwostock Ask About Carrier's
split effective Sept. 15, 1981, In-
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creased to $.40 from $.33. You've never really
For the nine months ended May 31, seen quality in a mobile Warranty SAVING
1982, sales were $153,210,757 or approximately home until you see the
15 percent above sales of
$132,810,706 for the first nine monthsof
the prior fiscal year. Net incomewas SuncoasterModel
$7,817,953 or approximately 17

percent above net income of$6,657,486 i : .-:;
for the compariable nine-month Floor Plan 52x24 Overall screenedin t I ;
period, and net income per share, ad- ,
justed to reflect the threefortwostock fan. ; .f.-:_. '- "
porch paddle
split effective Sept. 15, 1981, In- '.-_ -- I .
creased to $1.25 from $1.08. .'
Leon Levin, chairman of the com- r I Ia C $80 100V
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attributed
pany, the substantial sale OFF ..
increases primarily to sales in new --.- i Carrier Carrier OFF fi.OFF ..
stores opened by the Company BEDROOM DINING KITCHEN CarrierModel
as partof '
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and third quarters of the current 9700 BTU/Hr. 11.500 BTU/Hr. _
24.500
fiscal year Family Dollar was ,--- 115 Volt,7.5 EER 1.3 EER BTU/Hr
operating 455 and 495 stores, respec- -- Ultra Quiet HIGHEFFICIENCYSIMeeut 3 Speed PushbuttonAdjustable
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operation at the beginning of the BEDROOM LIVING PORCH Chassis. Stale Air Exhaust
first and third quarters of the prior O 11-6x12 17"2" 12' 10'x12'

opened fiscal year.during Seventeen the third stores quarter were this Now Filling 20 Lb.L.P.Tiuik*

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year, compared to 16 stores opened
during the third quarter last year. .. at our W. Mudifton St. Office in!StarkeMon.Fri. -L4-
Levine commented that this rapid A truly Energy -
growth in the number of stores in -5 Sut. 8-12 Noon
operation continues to be accom-
panied by strong earnings gains.The Efficient Home
23 percent increase in earnings in the
third quarter and 17 percent increasein
earnings for the nine months ended Only at

May 31, 1982,.is particularly satisfy.

economic ing as such environment gains were achieved that has in been an John Brown Home Center SawyerSladeGAS&APPyANCES

,difficult for retailers. Levin concluded
that the record earnings Hwy 21 N. Kaystam HllgIl21<) 4733779
demonstrate the appeal of Family Where find selection of
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"Traveling around- the world gives After attending boot camp and military You learn a lot, vain new Martin plans to settle in )Florida < 1
you an idea of how others think and basic electricity and electronics ideas and you get to travel.' when his :Navy' days are over j

H why they do the things they do" ;

stated 1976 Bradford County High '.,. '" .1 \, .. .'. .,: ,,---_.'_LM_
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myself comparing my lifestyle and ''q.,,r"' .
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culture with others, and in that way I '.'. '!I '1.:
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S w I kt; tyS Martin, of Starke, recently returned
j from a six-month deployment that
(' took him to many different ports in I". :,
the Mediterranean. He is a Navyman p a+ y
stationed aboard the nuclearpoweredguided ? t..l& gF ;, -' .
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homeporlcd in Norfolk, Va. WIL I
'l c r While in the Mediterranean, Mar :
+w tin's ship visited Athens Greece;
1+ rr Tunis, Tunisia; Haifa, Israel, _
I Tangier, Morocco; and several portsin
Italy The Mississippi spent last
Christmas in Gaeta, Italy, where S__ ,
i- SWr4u;, at some of the crew participated in _. : -ir-- -
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; Christmas Eve celebrations in Rome
w..:. L { and some went shopping in Naples.
M M //1'-' 1 yyt The final port visit of the cruise was
c Tangier. Morocco was the first country -
I to recognize the United States
after the Revolutionary War.
...-. Residents of Tangier were welcomed
aboard the Mississippi by
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t: ship.
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:-:: aa4 rrt School wrestling team member has
? also visited the Bahamas, the Virgin
n Islands Puerto Rico, Brazil Colombia -
the Netherlands Antilles and Germany -

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:r:: past cruise," recalled Martin.
:: "Greece was interesting with all the Tin I
Mississippi, a nucl<>(1r-puu'r'rr'd guided missile
cruiser
g ancient ruins, but the best time I had
was when we pulled into Italy. My
6... wife flew over and met me, and from school in Orlando in l<)76. Martin was
sent to Great Lakes, 111, - - - - -
there we vacationed in Germany. We to the fire rI
did a lot of sighseeing the country is control technical school and then to :
I Jim Martin beautiful" Vallejo. Calif, to finish his formal I
Even though Martin and the rest of training with advanced instruction in
the crew saw many ports, they spent the radar field"I've ,
i most of their time at sea really gained valuable job experience NOTICEThe
"I really miss my freedom after be- from the Navy," stated !Martin I I
G ing on the ship for so long," he continued "I think it's a good idea to join the I
: "I miss my wife and just being I
by myself, away from the 530 men I I
f aboard the Mississippi." \VUFT-FA1: to Broadcast
Crest Toothpaste offer
a Buy 2 get 2 FREE
their the
During past deployment
fI ship and its crew received the 6th City CLub Forum on page 8 of our August Back tn School/ I
I Fleet "Top Hand" Award for sustained Meetings of the oldest continuous I circular is a manufacturer's mail-in' ; deal UV
superior performance during their free speech forum in the United regret any inconvenience,
Mediterranean cruise States, the City Club forum are I II
: The ship's crew was praised for its broadcast on \\UFT-FM.) : 89.1, every,
-V exceptional performance in all Tuesday at 12:30 p.m, I
S T. aspects of shipboard operations as Each week, a speaker of national
; I well as their "superb ambassadorial prominence addresses the club for Lrr1G8CIVI
merit" during the port visits thirty minutes and then submits to
cE f "It was a nice pat on the back for thirty minutes of questioning by the
II IL doing our job and doing it well," said audience Speaker, Hi be heard'dur ['family centers
!I { Martin. "I think we're the best ship in ingthis> thirteen week series include-
I Moral Majority Leader Rev
the fleet; we have a tightknit crew Jerry I
t and our equipment is always working Falwell, Douglas Fraser who head I
r I ," the United Auto Workers and anti
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h fire control technician aboard the
nuclear-powered cruiser.. He main-
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from the parking lane
Buildings VandalizedIn Briefs From The OfficeOf Pete Enwall ReturnsTo David Allen Copenhaver of Starkewas Robert James Hoechet 18, of as was a pulling vehicle out traveling east on SR-100
arrested
SR-18 in
Brooker
on Starke was cited for careless drivingand Jr.
Lawtey On Saturday The State AttorneyThe Private Practice driving a 1972 AMC, according to violation of restricted liscense In was making Store.Herring's. a right turn into a

Investigation is continuing into the staff (with the exception of the Assistant State Attorney Peter En- Marshall T. Raulerson. an accident August 2 on Pratt St. in Food vehicle struck the 1972
rash of vandalized buildings !in secretaries) of the Starke office of the wall is returning to private practice in Copenhaver was charged with driving Starke. Chevrolet driven by Jessie Payton
is involved in Gainesville as of July 30. while intoxication and having no Hoechet, driving a 1973 Buick, apparently which
state attorney actively of Jacksonville, was
Lawtey Saturday night. Eldridge
A native of Gainesville Enwall valid driver's license.Accidents fell asleep while travelingwest
,
inmate has
of UCI
the late hours July the prosecution the turn.
During evening attempting
been in the Starke office for the on Pratt St. and his vehicle went
31 someone entered two old vacant Thomas Craig, charged with murder past. In AreaTwo Damage to the stationwagon was
18 months. Enwall into the ditch.
service stations in Lawtey. One of the of fellow inmate Vertis Graham, whois started with the $25 in the July 31 accident. Damage to
large windows had been broken by a being tried in Gainesville this week. state attorney's office in the misde- gravel trucks wrecked within There was no listed damage to the the Chevrolet was $200, according to
beer bottle which had apparentlybeen Jury selection was scheduled for meanor section two years ago in two hours and one mile of each,other Buick, according to Patrolman N. Assistant Chief Harold Crews.
Gainesville
thrown at the window. Next August 3, with the trial expected to then transferred to July 27 on SR-121 south of Lake Jackson.
entered was the vacant Bennett Bar- take the remainder of the week. The Starke Butler. Gail Thomas Howell was cited for
Graham murder is the one which Enwall will be with the firm of Norris of Linda Uprlchard, 20, of Starke was
B-Que building where the door had Jerry Wayne Newberry following to close in an accident on
been broken. former UCI inmate Johnny Fort Chandler and O'Neal.No driving a 1972 Mack truck skidded off northbound on US-301, driving a 1970 SR-100 July 31.
Three windows in Lawtey Elemen- claimed he committed on the national replacement for Enwall in the the roadway into the ditch and jack- Ford. The vehicle struck the curb A 1972 Ford pickup truck pulling a
tary School were broken out and entry television news show, "Sixty Starke office is announced at this knifed when his steering went out on causing the driver to lose control and boat and trailer was slowing to turn
was gained into the building. Missingat Minutes" of CBS. A Union County time.Citations the tractor. Damage to the truck in the vehicle struck a utility pole. onto Sampson Trestle Rd. Howell,
this time is a tape recorder. grand jury discredited Fort's story IssuedIn the 10:25: a.m. accident was $400, ac- Damage to the Ford in the August 1 driving a 1982 Buick, tried to stop her
The start of the evening was probably and indicted inmate Craig for the AccidentSeveral cording to Trooper D. C. Roberts. accident was $1,000, according to vehicle but it started sliding and collided -
at the Lawtey Post Office which beating death of Graham in July, Hampton George D. Crawford of Glen Patrolman Jerry Miller. with the boat and trailer.
was broken into after the door was 1981. citations were issued in an St.Mary driving a 1979 White truck Damage to the Buick was $2,500.
kicked down. The trial originally scheduled for accident July 28 at the intersection of left the roadway and hit a tree before Damage to the boat and trailer was
U. S. Mail was taken from the Union County received a change of SR-18 and CR-221 in Hampton. stopping. Thomas Lee Herring, 24, of Jasper, $1,500 according to Trooper D. C
postal boxes, thrown on the floor, rip- venue and was put on the June 1 trial Gloria Elizabeth Rhoden, 29, of Damage to the truck in the 12:30: driving a 1972 Ford stationwagon, Roberts.
ped open and generally vandalized.An docket. After an appeal Judge Hampton was cited for having no, p.m. accident was $450, according to
Chester B. Chance continued the trial, driver's license and improper chang- Trooper Roberts.
undetermined amount of food rescheduled it for Aug. 3 ing of course. Leroy Robert Rhodenwas
stamps, postage stamps and a money The State of Florida has summoned cited for allowing unauthorized Jessie Bell Tyson was cited for
order were missing from the post of 45 witnesses and will be representedby operator to drive. Judith Anne Aron- careless driving in an August 2 acci-
fice. Since the amount of mail andorits Assistant State Attorneys Thomas son, 22, of Pensacola was cited for dent south of Starke. g
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contents is unknown the total loss Elwell and Mack Futch. violation of right of way driving a 1974 Ford, and
is questionable. Aronson, driving a 1971 Volkswagonwas Wile Lee Geiger, driving a 1969 Mer-
Since July 15 activity in the office of entering the Intersection travel- cury, were traveling south on SR-100.
Charges are pending In the In- the state attorney at the Bradford Ing at a slow speed. Rhoden, driving a Geiger's vehicle had slowed down and 4 Ply Polyester
vestigation with authorities seekingthe County Courthouse is as follows; 1968 Chevrolet stationwagon, was going was making a right turn onto SE 36 ;
whereabouts of a 23-year-old there were 9 new individual cases to turn left from SR-18 onto Ave. Tyson failed to slow her vehicle Size Also Fits FET Price a
white male by the name of John Har- and/or felony defendants sent to the CR-221. Both drivers hesitated then soon enough and ran into the Mer- P16580D13P19575D14 A7813E7814 1.63 '29.88 .
mon. Harmon has been living in the infor- =aa
office for prosecution. Felony started moving forward. Rhoden'svehicle cury. 2.18 '32.88
Lawtey area for only a couple of mations were fired on 11 cases. struck the VW. Damage to the ford was $1,000. Ss / I
weeks. One of the new cases filed was a Damage to the VW was $1,000. Damage to the Mercury was $1,500, P215/75D14 G78-14 2.38 37.88 I
Two juveniles and one adult femaleare prison case, according to Elwell. Damage to the Chevrolet was $100, according to Trooper Kenneth P22S75D14P21575015/ H78-14 2.61 '39.88
also under investigation to deter- The court or the state attorney according to Trooper W. Abrams. Ethridge. / G78-15 2.46 '38.88 t
mine their part in the Saturday night dismissed 15 cases and transferred P225/75D15 G78-15 2.66 '39.88

spree. three cases to misdemeanor. Two Police ArrestsJohn Charles R. Campbell 57, of P235/75D15/ L78-15 2.96 '42.88 ;
During the investigation it was guilty pleas were accepted and one Hawthorne was cited for careless
determined Harmon and three person was sentenced to serve time. arrested Henry and Guthrie,47, of Starkewas driving in an accident August 2 in Alignment TVISA' I Oil Change i ifaelory
juveniles spent Sunday afternoon charged with driv- Starke.
under Alligator Creek Bridge in Four misdemeanor cases were ing while his license was suspend- Filter & Lube
Campbell, driving a 1973 GMC I
Starke. While there they made received and informations were filedon edrevolked( ) and driving while intox- Trllned $1250SfWCllllItt '
19 cases. Nine prior cases were tractor-trailer truck was pulling a I
several icated July 25.
trips to stores in the area to
exchange foodstamps for items of dismissed and one person was foundin Guthrie was stopped driving a 1974 very heavy load northbound on Moil Cart I Ugh) Trucks I I S 1 4. 9 5 I
US-301.Campbell attempted to in Urn
2 new
stop $
food and received change. violation of probation. Ford pickup by Patrolman W. W. : when you purchin
the curb lane and due to the wet
Authorities feel Harmon has fled Forty-one new traffic criminal Wilkinson. ment, lost control of his vehicle.pave-The : :4 I It
the area at this time. cases were received during the last 15 Guthrie was released on his own truck traveled across the highway hit- i I. Ijei
Conducting the investigation is days of July. recognizance.John .
ting a southbound 1978 Chevrolet sta-
Balance'
Tire
Chief of Police "Butch" Jordan, Five new juvenile cases were I COMPLETE
Eunice received and informations filedon Guthrie tionwagon. FULL SERVICE 13.00 ea. I
Deputies Sammy John were Henry was arrestedon
During a rain storm the CAR
heavy
FOREIGN
Dempsey, Greg Nichols and In- two petitions. July 28 for disorderly intoxication driver of the GARAGE Mast Can I Trucks
vestigator Don Denton. Assisting also Four cases were dism Issed and non- by Patrolman N. Jackson. H. stationwagon, Owned A Op.riteH by REPAIRS
Evangeline Bergren,70 of
was the of judicial action was the Judge Elzie Sanders Orange
postal inspector out approved by released Park was treated by Rescue 60 and Pit I Dean CortwltCORBETT'S
Jacksonville. court on five cases. Guthrie on his recognizance. taken to a local doctor's office. TIRES & SERVICE
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Damage to the truck was $1,000.
Additional Arrest Damage to the stationwagon was l ) 964.6436
Sforke Firestone
(Formerly
Greg Alvarez Police Recover Made In BurglaryAn $3,000, according to Patrolman David L Financing AvoU.bu : ) :
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arrest was made in :
lightered frame house was its Starke police recovered an abon- the July burglary of the office of OK ":
own fuel when it caught fire after doned white 1978 Ford Mustang in the Taxi in Starke. 'f
lighting struck the air-conditioner Pantry Pride parking lot August 1. Ruby Elmore, 18, of Starke was
Saturday.The The vehicle had been stolen from charged with the burglary after
home of Greg and Kris Alvarezon the Holiday Inn in Starke on July 28, witness statements and confessions of
Brownlee Road was a total loss as according to Patrolman Ricky Ben the three already arrested placed
well as all of the contents. Ruby Elmore at the scene.
Kris was home at the time of the nett.Also taken when the vehicle was Elmore was placed in the Bradford
fire but could not battle the blaze by stolen was $300 in cash."The value of J ryCounty Jail under a $1,000 bond, ae, .
herself. She escaped with just the the vehicle was .$4\.OQO.Jaccording'to cording' to patrolmenW. w.. Wilkin-
clothes she had on (no shoes) and a Lt. Eston Mosher:f '\ 'sonny Jackson '* -- ,
small puppy under her arm. No arrests have been made at this' Elmore was released under her own
When Kris smelled the smoke she time but the investigation is pending. recognizance.Vacation.
ran next door to get Greg's daddy but
by that time it was too late, there was Two Arrests
too little water pressure to do any For DWLSKim

good. 1982 Ford
According to a neighbor, County Norris, 19, of Starke was arrested Au g Pickup
Commissioner E. L.Nook) Norman, on SR-100 east of Starke TimeReOpen 'i' r
when the lightning struck the home August 3 and charged with driving Aug rj
"it was all over but the crying." while her license was suspended, according Close Out
The Alvarez's were in the process of to Trooper B. A. Williams. Aug. 17Pastry j
renovating the house which was on
the Alvarez family property. Richard Alvie Thornton, 43, of -
Starke was also arrested on SR-100 4 :[
east of Starke on August 3 by Trooper i iI r
Williams and charged with driving l : .
LCI Inmate while his license was suspended. Sho Starke I
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Escapes August 4 ,I

An inmate was found missing at the I
7:30 a.m. head count at the Lawtey
Correctional Institute on August 4.
Joseph Amodea, 55, a white male,
originally from Toronto, Canada, was fo I jBeat .
serving a three year sentence for I
burglary of a dwelling in Palm Beach
County. '
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Amodea arrived at LCI on May 21, OV
1982, according to prison investigator IMp W m
Sgt. Perez. il I
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Starke, wishes to announce the $60'95

publication of "A Home Within The tr increase on the
Wilderness: A History of St. Mark's ;xluF ;
Church 188(>-1980,"by Sandra Poynter "S" Model,

Sanders.The text is one hundred twenty-four 83's BroncosBig

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Glory of God Sunday, August 1, dur-
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Lee Newham. was the man who
was struck In the head,not his brother ..fWY..30ls S.Starke9646973
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I Don Fuqua charts re-election strategy for fall electionsCongressman

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Don Fuqua, who had industrialization in the Second can take individual credit for such a "When Apalachicola Bay was en- farms, forest, and fishing."
qualified for re-election to Congress District is frequently overlooked," record because the credit really dangered by shipping interests along Fuqua said his effective work in
from Florida's Second District, set Fuqua said.Because belongs to the local citizens who have the Tri-River waterways in Alabamaand creating the Apalachicola Bay Na-
the tone for his campaign by announcing the 25 county Second demonstrated the initiative and ambition Georgia I successfully fought off tional Estuarine and in fighting off
he will continue to work for more District is the most sparsely to create jobs while asking their attempts to wrest developmental phosphate mining in the Osceola Na-
economic development, effective populated in the state, said Fuqua, nothing but the opportunity to succeed control of the Apalchicola River tional Forest demonstrates his
farm programs, and educational opportunities the number of industrial jobs cannot ," said Fuqua. from the State of Florida and was in- knowledge of the different types of
for his constituents. compare with the urban areas in "The role of a Congressman and strumental in creating the problems faced by separate regionsof
"Traditionally, campaigns in the south Florida. one which I stress, is in acting as a Apalachicola Bay National the state's largest Congressional
Second District of Florida have been "But in terms of industrial wagesas catalyst between local leaders in Estuarine" Fuqua explained."As district and his ability to properly
conducted on a very high plane, with a percentage of total personal in- business and government, and in- chairman of the Committee on represent those interests.
issues rather than personalities as the come there is an entirely different dustries which want to migrate. I Science and Technology I have charged 'With two state universities remaining -
central theme. It is intention to story said Fuqua. pride myself on having been very effective one of our subcommittees with the in the Second District," said
continue this tradition5 said Fuqua. "Eight of the top 10 manufacturing in this role." task of overseeing agricultural Fuqua "education will continue to be
"While we all want compatible new counties in Florida are counties which With farming, forestry and seafood research and development, which among.my major congressional con-
Industry in our areas so that all our I now represent or have represented being important economic sectors of holds great promise for new techni- cerns.
citizens can enjoy a higher standardof in the past, and the recent redistricting the Second District, Fuqua called at- ques which will revolutionize farm- "My work to advance the cause of
living and so that our young people will increase that to nine out of tention to many successful projectsand ing," said Fuqua. "We are also education at all levels has resulted in
can remain home with good job op-, 10," he added. innovations in which he has leading the national investigation into awrds from educational organiza- Don Fuquaour
portunities, the successful record of, "1 do not think any Congressman played a significant role. acid rain which poses a threat to tions as well as recognition from the
national media as a leader in education youths the necessary education to
legislation," Fuqua said. effectively compete in the high-paid
I Watch out for lightning around tall trees technological fields which are the key
"One of my greatest concerns right to our continued propsenty" Fuqua
now is the inadequate level of scien- said.
During this season of owner has experienced some tree off bark to actually setting the tree on include tacking down all thin strips of tific and technical education "I feel content that voters in the Second
thunderstorms, accompanied by damage during this season of the year fire with sometimes disastrous bark that are loosened, covering the throughout our school system and I District of Florida will review
lightning considerable tree damagecan when torrid temperatures generate results if it is located near a house or wound with burlap. This may Keep have Been a leader in Congress in ad- my record against the promises of
I be expected. Consequently, a tall electrical storms that often seem to other building. It also varies accor- alive the vital cambium layer dressing this problem, which not only others and choose to continue with effective -
tree is not a-safe place to take refuge cool] the atmosphere. ding to the heat generated by the underneath the bark so the tree can threatens our national economy as responsible representationfrom
from the rain. Almost] every property Tree damage varies from skinned- lightning which hits the earth in "hot still get enough nourishment to sur- other nations overtake our someone they know," Fuqua
bolts" and "cold bolts," ranging in vive. technological leadership but denies concluded.
temperature up to and in excess of Broken or shattered limbs and extremely
I Deer counted in Union Co. 25,000 degrees, at speeds reaching loose bark should be remov- m
are 20,000 miles per second. There's an ed and the exposed wood painted with
old saying that there's no need to cr- pruning paint. It's tree planting time
Sound deer management encom- density in a given area,"Stockle said. inge and jump in a feather bed at the Tall pine trees are extremely againyou
passes more than planting] food plots; first crash of lightning for if you're vulnerable to lightning damage, and
an accurate population estimate is This year wildlife personnel still alive to hear it, the danger is usually succumb to a direct hit. Root It's almost tree planting time and get your pines planted.The .
assisted
essential before basic managementcan by Gene Branch, tract over. damage caused by the electrical time to make
begin. manager for ITT Rayonier, Inc. Tall trees,or those growing alone in charge, and insect attacks on the tree. It's your time plans for for your Division of Forestry is asking
money to call
Each year during the summer mon- which provides approximately] 10,000 open areas, are more apt to be hit by weakened tree are almost sure to forester and you Jam you to call and learn about these new
your county about
ths, wildlife personnel are busy can- acres for public hunting in the Lake lightning than small trees in thickly cause death in several weeks. the new tax deductions and tax tax deductions and tax credits. We
vassing wildlife management areas Butler Wildlfie Management Area, wooded areas. Experience indicates "Mighty oaks" are prone to lightning credits available want to talk to you about your goals
by planting trees.
trying to form population estimates. herd have concluded that the area's deer that trees growing with their roots in strikes, also, but seem more likelyto You owe it to yourself to have a free and land management objectives and
"The summer season is chosen in of is increasing on a large portion moist soil or those standing on the survive the shock. Especially investment analysis prepared by the write for you your personal forest
order to gain information concerning the area.Several banks of rivers and lakes are more strong oaks have been known to live Division of Forestry and learn just management plan.
fawn survival which is necessary to factors are considered in vulnerable to direct hits from lightn- after as many as seven separate how much planted pines can mean to If you want to have a copy of these
measure the carry-over of replace- conducting deer censuses: 1.) a ing.When strikes. you. We'll compare for you an invest new tax laws or have an analysis
ment animals for the following year" measured distance of plowed or graded a strike occurs, the owner Trees damaged by lightning shouldbe ment in row crop production to an in- prepared for you at not cost or obliga-
siad Art Stockle.] wildlife biologist for road within the area, 2.) typical should inspect the tree before attemp-- fertilized as soon as possible to en- vestment in planted pines. We'll show tion, call: Pine Reforestation
the Florida Games and Fresh Water habitat of the area, and 3.) the track ting to repair damage. Immediate action courage vigorous growth. If tree you the profit of planting idle acreage Forester, Jonathan lies, 3777660.
Fish Commission. count must be taken within twenty- can increase the chances of sav- borers launch an attack on the back in pines and discuss government David W Norton, Bradford
"Although track counts are not an four hours of a late afternoon rain or ing a valuable tree if the damage is damaged tree, it should be sprayedwith cost-sharing benefits available to help Forester 964-6280, Ext. 219. County
exact measure of the population, they having the road cleaned of previous not too severe. First aid efforts should lindane.
do give a reliable: estimate of the deer tracks. -


Fish hills are major problem in St. JohnsTake coupon

one already degraded water sport or commercial species. The
systems add more decaying organic total value of the dead fish exceeded The Office Shop

material and what do you have? If $295,000, he said. In addition, more ........ Is ...r. .al
you're in the St. Johns River, you than 600 largemouth bass each 110 W. Call St., Starke
have fish kills.Fisheries weighing in excess of eight pounds p
biologists with the Game died in the July 4 fish kill. It takes six s 964-5764
and Fresh Water Fish Commissionhave to eight years for a fish to grow to that i
documented at least three major size said the biologist. "And if annual .
fish kills in a 25-mile stretch of the up- fish kills occur regularly] in the St.
per St. Johns River in a one-month Johns River these trophy bass may : THE L
period. And they predict, more could never be replaced." : % ... \
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.. the additional organic material flushed second one south of Melbourne in : I III
r/ r through the system during high Lake Sawgrass. The third kill was in 110w Cris L
.3. rainfall canbe expected to produce .Lake Winder north of Melbourne.. 'L ee...ere.
'j,, fish kills,:!,' .said Dennis Hammond, As the biologist explained, normal- O\ s. ry
**-'assistanHfu"ec.tpr of,,the' \Divisionof., ly the bottom ot-a canal JOT water ."
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:: Fisheries.The retention system contains decaying l
three kills have resulted in organic matter. Fish can avoid the U 0 -
.' some 171,000 dead fish, Hammond area by going to the top. However ( I
said, with the largest kill occuring July when the canals are flushed, the f
] 4 when 146,000 fish died. Approx- decomposing organic matter uses up = I
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The Starke Jaycees, active in the 'lngS'In her\ home.1' roof before darkness in one day. Is, Honor

county years ago, but quiet in the last Due to an injury which required ad- Plenty of fresh food ,was prewired d''iil
decade, are back in business. ded medical expenses she wasn't ableto by the ladies of the church and family
afford the high price of repairingthe members, so nobody went away Circuit Judge R.A. ( )>
The community service group roof. That's hwere the work crew hungry. Jr. is recipient of the n
meets the second and fourth Tues of Jaycees and other volunteers came Nance Award, the highest hoipr
day's of each month and also has been in. Another Jaycee project planned for bestowed on an' individual bye

active with projects in the Bradfordarea Two hundred forty man hours were this weekend is taking donations at Florida Public Defender AssoCia ;t .

recently. One such project is illustrated required to complete the job, which local shopping centers for Muscular Recipient of the L. Clayton Ne

in the accompanying entailed removing a portion of the old Dystrophy. Jaycee club members will Award is selected in statee

photo's, where Jaycees joined with roof, redesigning a new pitch, cutting be out and about Saturday, Aug. 14, ,balloting of all elected p'c
the congregation of Little Springs and assembly of new rafters, and sup- for that purpose. defenders. Judge Green beganffis
Primitive Baptist Church and ports, and final assembly of new Vee legal career as the first elected public
members of the family of a senior Grove metal roofing. The Starke Jaycees welcome all defender in the Eighth Judicial Circuit -

.. citizen in Union County for an "Old young men 18 years and up to Join and one of the original 16 puglic
Fashioned Roof Raising" over the The day was long, extremely hot, their meetings every second and defenders in the state. :%
Jaycees Raise a Roof... past Memorial Day weekend.The humid and the ever present threat of fourth Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Starke Attention was drawn to Jugge

A tin roof goes up, al the Starke need was quite evident to say rain falling upon the workers with a Chamber of Commerce. For additional %, .s Green's orders in clearing up nro-
Jaycees and other volunteers work to the least. An elderly women of Union wide open roof was nerve wracking to information regarding the blems with the Juvenile Detention
II'help out an elderly Union County County had for years battled the say the least. However, with deter Starke Jaycee Chapter contact Final Touches... Center in Gainesville and his ordijrs

woman. elements of a badly leaking roof mination and stamina, the men worked Raymon M. Hunt, president, at The Jaycees hammer out the final to control the violence and to relieve
which had eventually ruined the ceil- hard and completely covered the 964-5356. touches on the roof project. overcrowded conditions in state

prisons, according to Public Defender
Alan Parlapiano of Gainesville Who

I :I i Donnie Evans, Paul Bednar Bring in Top Hauls in Recent Bassrnaster Contest July presented 29, to Judge the award Green last at the Thursday Florida,

Association's con
Public Defender

f On Friday, June 25, at 8 p.m., the turned out, the same was true for Alto nounce the winners of our 2nd annual took the big fish award with a six Also, on behalf of the club, I want to vention in Sarasota. tt
Bradford Bassmasters kicked off Lake. Open Boat Tournament held on Rod- pounder. Edwin and Donnie have proven thank those that sponsored our tour- "There is no doubt some lives were
another interesting night tournamenton At 8 a.m. the weigh-in confirmed man Reservoir on June 5. in the past that they can be nament. This tournament could not saved in that institution by changes
Santa Fe Lake. that all bassmasters had a tough time It was a night tournament from 7 dangerous when they are teamed up. have been the success it was without instituted by the court," Parlapianosays

After waiting for a heavy of it. Donnie Evans was the winner, p.m. to 7 a.m. The event was a big Congratulations guys. these sponsors: Triest Construction; of the prison case handled by
thunderstorm to pass, all fishermen with Paul Bedmar placing second and success, with nearly $1,300 given out Other boats that placed in the Edwards Grocery; Griff & Son Judge Green.

headed to their favorite areas. landing the big fish. Congratulations in prize money, along with 11 big money were: Fiberglass; Rick's Bait and Tackle; .'...
Harry Sheffield and I took off for to these fishermen, they earned their trophies. A total of 30 boats par 2nd, Cliff McKendres and Jerry Guy Caverly and Son, and Tile Con 'c Dq'T' -
the south side of the big lake. Several catch. ticipated. Smith. tractor Supply. Again, thank you for
bassmasters decided to give Alto a Our next tournament will be on July At the weigh-in the winning boat 3rd, Harold Branham and Bob your support. We are looking forwardto
9 from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.The site has yet was that of Edwin Johns and Donnie Branham.4th another great tournament next

try.The night was a long, slow one'with to be voted on. Evans. They weighed 14 bass for a Mike Gough and Billy Thilpin. year.
fish coming few and far between. As it At this time I would like to an- total of over 34 pounds. Donnie! also 5th, Ray Merritt and David Lloyd. Until next month. Good Flshln

Joe Illggs


R KRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRKRRRRRRRR Leon' Commissioner Announces for District 5

R FLORILAND REALTY SR

Leon County Commissioner Jim from between $10 $25, and he said he Madison, Taylor and Jefferson coun-
964.7700 5 Crews announced he recently filed expects to receive a few checks over ties, as well as portions of Leon Coun-
with the Secretary of State as a candidate $100.
It 393 N. Temple Ave., Starke R for the District 5 seat In the The two-term county commissionerand ty.Hold regular hours in every cour- -

R V.rnl. P. Odom Broker GRI 964,5476 R Florida Senate."Senators small businessman kicked off his thouse. .igt

It FIGHT INFLATION WITH R feud while citizens suffer campaign June 7, on the steps of Appoint a citizen advisory commit ,

It A HOME OF YOUR OWN It ," said Crews. "I am running for Baker County Courthouse the same tee in each county. '
state Senator because I feel that courthouse his grandfather helped "I want to be a circuit senator,"
It. 3 bedroom, 2 bath in most desireable II lawmakers should with the build the Forties.
get on during early Crews Crews said. "People will always know
R neighborhood perfect for the retiree. R business of the people. family began farming in Baker County where and when they can meet with
H S 3 bedroom concrete blk. home. Conveniently nn Crews added that his campaign before 1830 and has lived in North me at a place near their home."

located. R* headquarters, located at 110 N. Florida for six generations."Now Crews and his wife Bunny have two 4e' .I ;
11 REDUCED IN PRICE K Magnolia Drive in Tallahassee, is as then, our state's hearland daughters, Jennifer, 12, and Caroline, 'f.,
home located for small family
4 bedroom ideally ,
now and staffed by volunteers offers rich said a
r open many opportunities, 8, who attend public schools in Leon
R business. Has good highway frontage, small R
throughout the week. Crews, "Both and
newcomers County. He was reelected to the Leon
II.A. Green... h '
honored
R down payment. It'" "They key to this campaign will longtime residents must learn to work County Commission in 1980 with 57 Judge >
Small wood building, well and septic Florida Public Ut'ft'ndt'r.sodallon..
n pump U parallel my successful past campaigns together to make our region a better percent of the vote.
tank. nice size lot. ? ," said Crews. "It amounts to place to live."
wide home with 1/2 of land extra
Double ac. hundreds of volunteers JJ
who On June
give time 25, Crews resigned from
R attractive. R and energy as well as contact their his position on the Leon County Commission Mickey Dansby Receives
It 25 ac. unimproved land. Approx. 300' on 301, R neighbors." effective November 1. State ,TServicemenSeaman Rank of Major

R more than 600 on railroad. It Crews said he will finance his cam- law requires state or county elected
II 5 ac. S. of Starke, 475' on 301, good location. It paign with mostly small contributions officials to resign from their posts I Mickey R. Dansby, son of A O.

before Dansby and Frances Dansby, of
iRKHRRRRRRRRKIUtRRRHRRKRKHICKeystone seeking any other elected officials
to resign from their posts Starke, has been promoted to they. .S.
: .....4)--4 .-.c C""C.c. .-.. C 4IIII C.-.c...... .-.c before seeking any other elective of McCulley Air Force to the rank of major. '

__ Dansby is a behavioral scientist at
Ads fice.Crews pledged to: Completes TrainingNavy the U.S. Air Force Academy. :Colorado -

Heights Serve as full-time Senator Seaman Recruit David J. Mc Springs, Col.

representing District' 5, which con Culley, son of Benjamin F. and Bertha His wife, Diane is the daughter of
-- HOME REMODELING B. sists of Bradford Union, Baker, Columbia E. McCulley of Lawtey, has completed Edward 11. and Antoinette Davis of
B.L. NEW WINDOW REPAIR of all kind. Hamilton, Suwannee, recruit training at the Naval Gainesville.The .

WANTED YARD SALE & GLASS Roam oddl Jon.. Free Training Center; Navy Recruit Train major received his doctorate in
Estimate ,473-2117, '
.. .'t.'t\ Jng Command.great\ ; Lakes Ill. 1979 from the. UmversftVW Flftffda
--MOVING 'and/or odd fobs' We r.polr"'ort'tYP.1of John Adorn* .ulld.,.., -- t \ I During the !na :. .., r "J'A nci t
GIANT eight-week cyi
Call Neal Robinson. GARAGE SAlE Fur. training ,,'
aluminum windows cle, trainees studied
4752401. Itchg 7/22/82 mture, rugs. books. got general military .i
golf cart. 18 ft. Grumonn or replace old subjects designed to prepare them for
NOTICECLASSIFIED canoe clothing. picnic windows with further academic and on-the-job Pfc. James Hudson ;

tobI.. Sat.. Aug. 7, not single hung stan Steve Broadway training in one of the Navy's 85 basic Arrives in GermanyPfc.
before 9am. Keystone occupational fields.
should b. submitted ADVERTISING to the Club Estates. 8/5 Itchg dard glazed or Insulated TREE: SERVICE REALTOR Included in their studies were James E. Hudson, son of
James E. and Willia J.
Lake Region Monitor office glass. seamanship, close order drill Naval Hudsoijiof

in writing and paid in advance Call Linda 765-6625, Monday Removal JANE S. USHER history and first aid. stadt Starke, West has arrived Germany.for duty in Darm-

unless' credit salr.ady 4732210LOSTFOUND Saturday Jacksonville =
Trimming Hudson, a loading equipment
established with REALTOR
7 AM 10 PM.Classified .
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Monitor staff cannot beheld -- -t-rLn---- Your Union County Realtor Cpl. Clemons AssignedTo was previously assigned at

responsible for 360 N. Main St. \ Pacific Fort Stewart Ga. :
mistakes on classifieds Ads 473-4732 He is a 1980 graduate of Bradford

I when'ad Is taken over the MAN'S WATCHSUNGLASSES Get Results After 5 P.M. I 496-2126 496-2903 Marine Cpl. Ronald H. Clemons, County High School Starke.I,'

telephone. Left ol son of Curtis' Clemens of Lake Butler. I 1 L_ ., .I
Classified deadline' Is Keystone Branch Library. Keystone Heiahts FOR SALE and 'Alice Green! 'lof'Waldo, recently no 'flu ,Ut nlwt IMtO"/ "\ f
Tuesday IDEAL FARM: Approx. 28 section of Providence
noon
prior to Call Monitor office and acr.s. departed on a deployment to the
Thursday publication. Identify., 473-2210 HELP 3 8R from. home with fireplace. Sits on highpoint Western Pacifier Ruth Green! Promoted<<
Minimum charg. is 15 WANTEDHAIRDRESSER _I-uI- of property. Nice barn with 8 stall and equip. lie is a member of' Marine Medium To ,Specialist Five, V'-
words for $2.75 th.n 10 FOR RENT Kuntfej j IUdfMrn'8 pace. Fenced and cross fenced pasture and crop Helicopter Squadron 165, 31st Marine ;
cents for every word of tsr. with followingat SERVICES land. Fronts 2 roads. Circle drive at entrance of home. ''Amphibious Unit (MAU, 1st Marine Ruth' H. Gi-eer'daY h ti of.Cora1 M.

OFFICE SPACEfacIng Jessie's Hair Line. Ideal for horse form or small crop farmer. SOME Brigade, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Allen of Starke hasi&een, promoted in
5 YARD SALE Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto Full/parttime. 60 percent I. FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYER. The 1,800 Marines and sailors of the the US., Army thejank! of specialist
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Andr.w. Drugs Also Large acreage available in Union County with fin. 31st MAU five. .
commission. 4751508. -.413 MO are embarked aboard ships I-'.036;
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I FRIDAY. '.4; Saturday. 9-1. s.v.ral large offices for 1 tchq 85RETIRED ( I r- ., avail. 25 to 300 acres for sale in Union County. Some specially designed to transport combat Green is an air trafficnenlnHter in
Dryer, chain saw baby r.nt In rear of building. 411-4212 prices have been reduced and financing arranged to personnel.THe Dugway, Utah. with Ihe U.S> lAm)'
items, misc. SR-100 to Twin facing Flamingo. Call COUPLE for : expedite sale' MAU consists of a reinforced Communication Command. A loan

Lake Road across from Gi 4733411. 4/1 tfnchg. management busln. of 'local. 'Batten natural from. home on 1 acre between LakeBjtler battalion of Marines, complete with Her husband. Bernard,''is the son of
mo'.. Itpd 8/5 STORE BUILDING1!.000sq.ft. part time and Raiford off SR121. Richard and
air and Bessie Grterf/bf
In front of Post mobile I home ..It.availabl. .pairs Of Major logistical support.. -QiuTrTcy. ,
GARAGE SALE-Soturday 9til Keystone .. .Old fashion' type home, large with high ceilings. His unit is scheduled to Fla.. Q .e 5"
Please call participate
dark Sunday. 1 Offic. on Comm.rclal Circle EUotrio Very attractive 2 bedroom home with additional
p.m.til to 3.000 4733193. Stchg 7/1 8/19 Ippliinott corner in training exercises in the Philip- The specialist is a 1976 graduatVof
?? GatorBone up sq.ft.
Lake on lot. Pecan trees and arbor. One block off
SCIENTIFIC HAIR Serving Bradford I grap. pines and will visit Bradford-Union Vocational Technical
the hard road, 3.6 miles suitable for auto r.palr, SALON Invites Main several Far
St. "- "
from SR-21 on 352. Tables .tC. Call 473.2149 or evenIngs stylist and costylistsfor Clay Countioi _- Eastern liberty ports. : High School Starke.c'

color TV, lamp.. washer, 4732014. Stchg 7/1-29 on interview. Position
Uerseee .. .
dryer wall clock (battery FURNISHED CABIN on Lake requires basic skills In cut- -- Ksjstsee ---- -. -. .- .-- -.-- -.
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operated), woodcrafts Winnott Melrote. $100 ling. perming and color, a. ,
and other month. Utilities Includ.d. well as a committment to ,
many. many
items. Sign at driveway-. 475.2807 or Jox., 7376256. recommend professional S I Ads

Hodges.Itchg 85GARAGE Rain or shin. Itchg 8/5 home care continuous products.trainIng Anticipate I Union County I

SALE-Saturdoy, FOR SALE and upgrading skills. .
August 7, 9 a m. to 3 p.m. Resume required. Please ERR

Valentino't--Grove St. LAKE LOT on sand bottomed I call lor Interview appt. FOR SALE REAL HELP WANTED
PERSONAL
Games, toys and odds and lake In Hollcr.... $800 I 4752211. Doris' Hair FflULKNEFt
.nds. Itchg 85MISCELLANJOUT down $146.44' per month, JOB Clinic.OPENING-Cuslodion 2tchg 8/5-12 atKeystone BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM. 3 ESTATE SERVICES

Phone 473.4058 or RERLTY lATH CB/BRICK HOMEt PHYSICAL
: THERAPY AIDEiMalei
473-4367 after 6 .8/5 Heights High Pool t LOOKING FOR a special BABYSITTING
p.m School. landscaped yard. IN MY HOME:
40 hour preferred.
week. 8-noon.
tfnchg $8000 plus yearly. Con.actDavid 9G outbuilding. with 2.5 piece, have of property it, I'll find-it-Just If I Idon' Monday thru Friday. Apply Any day. Phone 496348..
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone .. .sa.s [9 acre. $30.000 down. 'tchg8/5. 3
lINGO AM E RICAN Owens, 4732761. ask...-JANE S. USHER P.T. Department. Union
Heights owner 85PERSONAL Balance owner flnanc.d at General PIANO AND ORG9IN
LEGION HALL. SR.21. Itchg REALTOR 496-2126 Hospital. I Itchg
financed
12 or
Saturdays 7 p.m. Public invited.71 p.rc.nt Interest '''.IO'''. 10 percent for IS y.ors. 7/29. LESSONS Music theory
V496-2903.. "Your
lots clear eves.
on sand Additional
taught In home,
acreage JOBS OVERSEAS, my for
tfnchg Big money'fast.
bottomed lake. UiHon County Realtor tfn .
available.
ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSs priced to Flexible term*. $20,000 mar. Information tell
sell from 17500. On. to --a--- All SR 18 3/26. to $50.000
I on n.ar Warthlngton 496-3793 after 4.30: tAn.
Closed three acres with nice trees SERVICES'CARPENTER 221 Lafay.".St. Across from WishboneOFFICE Springs. Phon. FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE plu. per year. Cal1.716.842.6000. / 1tchg 8/5.
meetings Monday B p.m.Op.n from $3.600. $500 down HOURS 4963625. TFN 7/22. NEEDSCall Venera Brown Ext. "81") .

meetings Friday 8p.m. $50 a month. Commercial WORKi Monday.Friday f.S FULL HANGING BASKETS 4963022. Sandy Hoxen 2tpd 8/5 8/12.
Alanon Monday 8p.m. Saturday_ 12 noon $2 HOME AND APPARTMENT INSURANCEMAINES
496-3994 G.rrIL.nnon 1-
frontage-investment eves or -
lo $7.50.
opportunity. Remodeling work kitchen large Weeping
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All meetings at MAINTENANCE) Experienced
496-3140. Tiffin and
SR-21N. Owner cabinets and Willow Tree. $5.
trim Pompus
Educational Building. Community in
salesman. Owens. Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 plumbing. INSURANCE .
473. 375.B/5 carpenter. Reasonable Crass $4 to $7.50. Potted AG34Cv
Church 473-2790 or tfnchg Caladiums Box 788. Lake Butler, FL. wiring. building. trim 160 S. LoksAv.., Like.
prices Call 473-2477.after 25 cent to $5.
475-2130. 7/1 tin chg. : cabinets, .
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA tfn chg. 86.Classified. drywall panel.Ing Butler. 4963978.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 5:30: p.m 7/1 tfnchg. Contory Mary'. Gard.n SR Complt.
access lots from painting. anything Inside Insurance Service. TFN S
$5.500 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 121 LaCro.... phone
dues. fee ,
or weigh- $500 or outside home or ,
ins, open meetings Tues down. $71.74 p.r' WORK Building patio., 4621561. Closed Sunday Ads apportment. Call 496-3188 -

day. 7:30 p.m.. St. Ann.. month.10 ocr..Discount. On. waterfront on entire additions homes remodeling and Monday. 4tchg 8/5 Get Results after 5 p.m. Itpd 8/5. FOR RENTTVPEWRITTERS
and tile work. Fr. 8/128/198/26.
Church OWN
Episcopal lot. Call YOUR OWN JEAN-
4734375. 8/5 .
"''mat.s. Phon. 473-4473
Keystone Heights. SPORTSWEARl
Infant-
tfnchg during day. 7/1 tIn chg. I LOSTFOUNDRIWAROLOSTi AND AD-
473-2790 7/1 tfnchg. Preteen or Ladies Apparel
CLEAN DING
COMFORTABLE
90"gold MACHINES
MARY FOR
KAY COSMETICS Free
BINGO 'Lion Club Store,
from school.acres sofa. Only $75. See at facial., re-orders, personallied Oferlng' all RENTs Union County Times,
high ,
Monitor office or call skin Gold anklet nationally known brands 85 SW 2nd Av.. Lake
Tuesdays. Early, Bird 1p.m.x 473-2710. B/Stfnchg *. Call Julie care or Kay.product OWNER" WANTS TO TRADE this 3 .. Initials ".P. Phone496346S. such 'as Jordach. Chic, Butler Phone 496-3261 for
7:30
Regular : p.m. Lee Levi,
"71 Vanderbilt
MONACO llpd 8/5. more Information.
Correct BR.2 bath
number- 473-3917. brick TFN
Public Invited. 7/1 rfn home ,
chg.DON'T TRAILER--$6500. 3BR. IV4BA 2tpd7/29-8/5 and 30 acres for Calvin' Klein' Wrangler lOll,
HAVE TIME for typingor home in town. over 200
other brand.
A/C. 72-xir. Call Bob RENT TO
CUSTOM OWN
MADE DRAPES A New
bookkeeping? I do. Will WANTEDNON.SMOKING
In $7.900 to $16.500
Includ.
Gainesville. 3766479. Baldwin
bedspreads. Call for' Piano of
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work In my home. Phone Houses end ..._. beginning your
2tpd 8/5-12 estimate 4732287. Also A" Fer Rent : Inventory air. choice. Porramore1 Music
.73.2976:7/29 tfn LARSEN 16' Mo_ ._ ANNOUNCING WHITE fore for one to Fashion
BOAT60HPmotor Property Servke 9047326776.
dressmaking 4732287. "T'' Ocala ,,7/8
PuSh To hom.I'A.ysorold : :
good and trailer with battery 4tpd 7/22-8/12 A..'.,.... : Plngwtlp MALES RMC Employeewants Center, training fixtures, tIn .
on. 10-week female old'dog.female and skis. life jackets, YOU NAMI TI I Junk cars Se..,, M. Feulkner.REALTOR.'U.106S 5 World to share hau.inQ'with grand opening promo. TRAILS FOR RENT in city
m.dlum site. ropes etc. $700. Phone9i2.244.76o9 hauled. Expert Yard Work. Irene I. Feulkner.REALTOR-ASSOCIATE,94141 : of .:I private entrance and tlons. Call Mr. Kastecky limits. $200 per month. 3
puppy after 6 Lucille : CleesMeaV. bath. Louis Croat. Phone ((501)327-8031.) Itpd I/S.
473-2987. Itpd Ifs p.m. Housework. Call 475-1)20 .Spry.BROKER SALESMAN.*e-84tt ., bedroom 1 1/2 bath. First
Itchg B/5 ... .. .. 496-2222 between 8am.
2tpd8/5-8/12 H. W.I. ,ASIOaA n.,64-,,,, and last months rent In advance -
.:.. .........;1 and 5 p.m. Itchg 8/5. Call 496-2595. Itchgr .

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: 'rcaTv FOR SALE FOR RENT YARD SALE MOBILE HELP PERSONAL

: Hwy 229 lawtey
HOMES WANTED SERVICES
New & Used USED ALUMINUM rLATESI2b36" MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOUSI OF BARGAINS: SeeIng | ( ,
HOMI PARK mobile homes Is Believing I 212 Call FOR SALE
Color TV'sAntenna's 25 cents each. Used $60 PER HUNDRED paid for
and for rent St., 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. BILL'S SAW SHOP: Completesharpening /JcrWilIe9ar
In printing newspaper.Great spaces working with mail from .
Yell at service, circular
Recreational vehicles come see us our
for minor repair 12 x 45 MOBILE HOME with Home! Experience Unnecessary
Spec. In $ location. 3/litfn hand carbide,
'
: receivingChannel' new
welcome. Phone 468-2912.
jobs. Iradford County 12 x 25 front room addition I Information
30 & 47 TFchg THURS.. FRI., SAT: 427 N. chain mower blade hollow LREALTY
Telegraph. '''.6305. tfn.CARPET. with fireplace 4 extras on tend self-addressed ;
782-3577 LAKEFRONT RENTAL BR. 1 Cherry St. 8/5 tchg ground and balanced.
.t NEW ft USED Furniture 2 1/2 acres off 301 N. of stamped envelope: J.S.
BA Crosby Lake. Par. FRI. 8-4. multi-family at 798 Leave at Jackson Building
on
9am 7pm W/J fin ft appliances. Stark. 9645449. 7/22 Associates P.O. Box 726 !
tially furnished. One yrs. W. Pratt St., TV washer, Supply In Stark. Keytsone
Plumb. fixtures and Elizabeth N.J. 07207. 7/22 "I .
pipes.
... 4tchg 8/14 'm
BARGAIN CENTER US-301 lease. $225 p.r mo. Welgel lamps, kitchen ware, Stchg 8/21 Heights or Lake Butler.' PHONE 964-7776
3 bedroom mobil.
; clothes, and 8/5 12x60,
: FOR SALE So.. 964-6679. 2/5 tfn Realty Inc., 282-5201,1/28 mere home with furniture WILL DO BABSITTINGs Day TFNchg CICILIA J :..iTIIIWILLEIiIl
tfn Itchg complete 205 N. Stark
DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN or night or by week. Live ALCOHOLICS Temple
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Sat. 91. appliance and
,. KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS THURS FRI. 96. ac
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HOUSE 301 South. between Starke 4 Raifordon ANONYMOUS: Phone
FIBERED. ALUMINUM ROOF 964-6740. We buy and sell for rent at low Clothes, knick-knacks, cessories. Ready to move 229. Have reference 964.5148 or 9647619.
,. COATING $29.95 p.r 5 gal. used furniture and appliances. weekly rates. Call Temple records, lots of misc. In, on bautiful 1 acre lot. 964-8310. 7/29 2tchg 8/5 TFchg BRADFORD VILLAS offer new concept In lifestyle with low

.,Flbered Snow Whit. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED Motel 964-7337. 2/18 EOW item 517 N. Orange St., Available to rent. $5000. LIVE-IN to take care of Invalid SEWING MACHINES maintenance, charm, comfort and quality together with

..Mobil. Home Roof Coating TVS: Colors PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. In bock vard. 8/5 ttpd 7823278. 8/!> ItchgWANTED man $75 wk. Must REPAIRED All makes energy efficiency.

$34.93 p.r 3 gal. Starke starting at $100.00. nlshed efficiencies and 1 FURNITURE riding lawnmower have car. Prefer women cleaned oiled and adlusted. SPECIALS

Paint Center 964-8181. Trade-in's welcome. Phone BR opts., weekly or mon animals, misc. Call 964-5855. ask for Lucille. $15. Workguaranteed. $19.000 with $2.000 down 14 for 20 years ma. pay.
9645315. 8/5
Itpd
4/15 $4nHOSART 964-8212.6/11 tfn thly. NEW FURNISHED 8/5 tfnHOMEMAKERS $211.40 stave, rerfrlg.. natural frame home on nice
300 AMP STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple FRI 8. ?, Sat: 8. ?, Aug. 6 A James gas
w.lding FIREWOOD: White oak and can earn $5 lot In city.
machine. 200 6 cylincder Ave., Starke. 3/11 tfp 9/02 7. Bedspreads tablecloths AXLES I TIRES 2 axles4- 4 Strickland corner MorganRd.
pine, $5 truckload per hour. Toy Sales-Home lake
per ; Attractive 3 BR 2 B brick home In Geneve
Ford complete CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for men and women clothes tires We (100, and Hwy 16. TFNchg
engine Oak 4x4's $30 half cord. pick-up Party Plan part-time,
Estates Fireplace, large screened
porch.
!><-traitor, 100 ft. leads 2-0 Call Sunshine Acres, rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto misc. Items. 2 miles east You deliver, $125. Olin 964-6279. 8/5 Itpd CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed garage. storegebldg.
on SR-16 turn left on 10th ., fenced garden sprinkler system well landscaped,
copper excellent condition. 964-7699, or come out between prison. Call 4681323. Mobile Home Sales Hwy. INFORMATION ON Cruise Free estimates. Handy. .
$1.800. 96 .7108.) 9:30: a.m. and 2:30: 4/1 tfnMOBILE follow signs. 8/5 Itpd 100 W Starke. 964.56 Ship Jobs. Great Income Man Fence Co.. owner i overlooking scenic pasture.Colonial
7/lStfn and we'll load for HOMES FOR RENT) FRI & SAT. Aug. 687, 86. TFchg potential. All occupations.call Tommy Reddish. 964855'1.tlnpd brick with bay windows on 1.7 acres, near
7 1/2 KW POWER Unit Army you.p.m. 1/28 tfn mile from Stork. city Dishes, pots A pans. silverware ROOMMATE NEEDED to 3127419780. Dept. 982TYPEWRITER I Country Club. Assum. mortgage, $39,600 at !'/ %, double

Surplus, $375. 3 20.000 LB COQUINA SHELL for limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. sheets bedspreads share 1/2 of three 2120. call refundable 8/5 REPAIR: Call fireplace appro. 2353 sq. ft., a superb value for $15.000.

winch. from $275-$425. 1 driveways. Also Cypress Call 4681323. 4/1 tfn single bed baby. portablecrib bedroom home In nice 2tpd 8/12 the Office Shop. 110 W Keystone H.lghts.lot. 11. 1. 20 on Paint View Rd. ft

brand new 3 Inch pump 8 chips, Limerock P-gravel 2 ROOM kitchenette wall to hi-chair car ..ot. neighborhood $150. Call Call St., Starke, for details Jasmine Ave. overlooking Keystone lake $6400 cash.
horse Brlgg. pump & hose Dramfield rock concrete wall carpeting and all carpets, dresser chest of 964.7669 after 5 p.m. 7/8 964-5764. tIn Just what you need 20.16 acres, .secluded yet neer

cast 1150. Will sell $675. gravel building sands ft utilities furnished. drawers, 20" fan ladies tin CARS & GLASS CUT TO ORDER: town. 3 wells 2 septic tanks, owner financing.

2 Inch pump & hose n.w A.1 top sol). Large or small 9647184. 7/8 tfn bicycle and much more. 7 BUSH HOG Work A tractor TRUCKSJEEPS Doors, windows, etc Approx. 40 acres of prime Bradford County farm property
mi. South of Starke, Rd.
$250. 12 Volt gas drlv.r loads delivered. Phone 1 BEDROOM apartment on work. 9648129. 8/5 2tpd JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY In the heart of the Strawberry County. Rd. 225.

battery charger, 3 hr. 7823172. Allen E. Taylor portly furnished. 964-8429 100 on left. 8/5 Itpd 8/12 964-6078. Orders also Neat CB home with pecan trees azaleas and beautiful
Government
Briggs $125. Hunting Vehl- lowtey. 7/1 tfnchg after 5. FURNITURE groceries, SEAMSTRESS WANTS alterations. lawn first time offered.
IN WALDO 3 BR. 1 bath dishes, some tools, etc. Surplus. Listed for 3196. taken In Lake BUtler
cle 4x4 Scout Tires Stow : All
Big HORSEi 4 types sewing
Yelding. years old. 612 Collins Place Sold for S44. For Info. 496-3079 and Keystone New, large, brick home, Starke Golf < Country Club.
house $173 month. First ,
bar $850. Traitor 14 ft. 14 Vi hds. Ne.ds.xp.rlenc.d Starke. 9644068. 8/5 Itpd I
Flat bed dual wheel heavy .approx. last & $100 security. No 964-6362 Wed., Thurs., ((312)931.1961) ext. 2729. Heights. 473-4973. 2/26 tfn Hug. family room with fireplace, the best designer and
rider. $400 '
roomiest closets In town. 3 BR, 2 baths 2 car
Fri. 8/5 Itchg 7/22 4tpd 8/12 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK garage
Trash.trailor 468-1509. 7/29 3tpd
duty. tires $750. firm. Call 964-5293. 7/29 pets.
6 ft. x 7 ft. 2 wheel 2tpd 8/5 8/12 MOVING SALE: Everythingto Motorcycle 1974 BUICK REGAlt Power SERVICE: Bradford County many extras, corner lot.

$375. Trailer 12 ft. form HAY FOR SALE Highly fertilized 3 BR. 2% BATHs, large bare walls must gal) Liv- steering brakes, A/C residential pump-outs, Beautiful brick home with I ac., approx. 2(00 sq. ft. X
traitor rubb.r tires $300. Argentina. Pick master BR, den with Ingroom furniture, 2 1971 SUZUKI 100: 2300 AM/FM radio. Call after 6 $50. We also re-lay drain $51,500 assum. mortg. at 11'/.%

Phone 9645414. 7/29 2tpd behind baler in fI.ld. $1.50 up fireplace, separate dining bedroom furniture, ref rig., miles. $495. Call 473.2214. p.m., 7823005. 7/29 2tpd lines. Phone 964-8121. City water I sewer four lots $5,000 per lot.
8/5 bale. 964-5088. 7/29 room and living room curio cabinet rain lamp 5/20 tfn 8/5 5/28 IfnchgPROFESSIONAL * * * *
GRAVELY MOWER ft CARTi 2tchg per 8/5 large kitchen with bar and pictures, dishes toys, 1977 125 Suzuki motorcycledirt 19 74 AMC Stationwogon Car Clean- LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET

7i hr. Recently rebuilt, FULLY AUTOMATIC Water dishwasher hugh shadedlot clothes, etc. Thurs. Fri., bike Asking $450. Call good running condition Ing Service Cleaned Hampton Lake. Beautiful view one of the finest
new tires runs great. Conditioner special with plenty of pecan Sat. all day. Coming from 964-5674 or 9646725. 8/5 $375 or best offer. Call washed vacuumed homes on the lake. 152900. $75.000 down owner finan.

," 9 -5381. $895. 7/29 2tchg $599.99 Installed. Or trees $350 plus deposit by Stork. on Hwy 100 turn left Itpd 964-5052. 8/5 Itpd sanitized and deodorized. cing for qualified buyer.
8/3 appointment 782.3741. at Hwy 21. go past Tasty 1980 FAT/BOB 80 cubic in, 7* AMC PACER PBS. Ac
$10.50 month rental. Lake Bedford Owner financing at U'for well
per Cave ( left) and take 1.700 actual miles. Chrome 58,000 actual miles, clean $7.00 pick-up onddeliver.d
LOT FOR SALE 90 105 E. 5/27 tfn on
by 964-6841. 7/29 2tchg 8/5 mulntalned home. Sales price reduced to $55.000 with
first down first and extras. Contact Mike, Inside ft or your place.
Brownlee St., Call 1910 GS750: exc.llentcondl- RENT TO OWN: A New left go to out $1300. $20.000 down .
Baldwin Piano of sharp curve in road and 473-7358 Keystone. 8/5 782.3307. 8/5 Itpd Call 964-7226. ask for Den payment.Beautifully
Jacksonville. your .
3553236.
tion. 2400. Will trade for
wooded lots 4 a 5 Geneva Creek. Appros. 1
12/l0ttn
7/29 8/5 choice. Parramore Music see signs on left. 1567 chg 8/12 61 PONTIAC EX $400 runs nis.
2tpd farm tractor and bush hog. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS Ac. each Emery lane, $15,000 ea. or $28.000 both.
heifers. 1 904-732-6776 Ocala. Woodland Dr. 8/5 Itchg good. call 964 8134. 8/5
7 CROSSBRED bull.
,' Will trade up or down. Sliver Lake. 13' 4 BR, 2 BA fenced large enclosed shed
GARAGE SALE Fri. Sat Sun.
inside : BOATS Itpd
for sale. Call 964-7065. 8/5 964-6020 964 6423, Starke. 3 BR. 1 BATH city
., Itchg Ask for near schools. $325 month Aug. 6,7,8.1, SIM 00 W, 4 76 CHEVY P.U. Step-side 144 W. Call St. covered picnic area.
John. Itpd 8/5
.- ( MISC. PUSH lawn by appointment only miles behind Pine Level good condition, PS AT. 44-7303 lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees $14.000.
'I mower SACRIFICE 20 ft. travel
$20. 2 steel garage doors, trailer $1850.: 964-6020. 964-8299 day or 964-7071 Baptist Church. 8/5 Itpd 1910 BASS BOAT 14ft AC, AM-FM radio Open I Custom built home little Lk. Santa Fe 2 $110,000..

kit". $150 each. Exercise cycle. 964-6433.. Starke.. Ask for evenings 7/15 tfn FRI.. SAT.. 712 Bridges St.. 3 Pisces, 35 hrp. Johnson 964.8360 after 6 pm. T.W.AF. 9 til 5:30 BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER

*$4O. Color TV ant.nna. John. Itpd 8/5 ((2)) 1 BEDROOM unfurnished family yard sale. 8/5 Itchg motor Galvinized trailer 1974 VEGA Stationwagon Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM I Lake Butler-One acre, double wide, pool.
$25. Mini bike, needs apartments. 524 CherrySt. SIDEWALK SALE: This Saturday foot control trolling motor runs good. radio heater Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM .Bessent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.

.. repairs $30. 3 ten speed ., $135. 9647521. 7/22 9 AM 5 PM $2000 or best offer AC auto trans., luggage AppointmentsNet Frame, 3 BR, pecan trees 239.17' on paced SRD-11. 1.435

I. .bikes need repairs. $40 3tchg 8/7 Everything on sidewalk $1 9646688 8/5 Itchg carrier 1100. Keystone, Always Necessary Ac. High ft Dry. Reduced to 20000. Good Buy)
each. 468-2340 8/5 2tchg 4 BEDROOM unfurnished or less All purple and blue Call 4732482. 8/5 Itchg 1/7 IfnIATHTUas Owner Financing In lawtey 3 BR CH/A. Approx. 1500

.,8/12 house.. $350 month. 315 tags 1/2 price this week. 1971 OLDSMOBILE 2 door B SINKS: sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway garage.
LHASA APSO.3 white,.>2 : HOMESFOR Walnut St., no pets. Come get the kids school. $500 Long wheel base.
7.99 Ac. Rd. 14x60' metal
,. ." ..:.. MOBILE: HOME I .1 ., Refmishecf--yourhome.. en Forsythe MH. barn pecan
brown AKC. 9 weeks old. SALE'FOUR 9601:1521.22 3tchw 8/7 cloth. now and tThce"save. T camper'" p."S6C1.634' N. peach appl. trees. Grapevine. $31,000.
964-7012. 8/5 2tpd 8/12 FOR LEASE 40 seat save. 108 E. Call St., SERVICE POLES Cherry St. 8/5 Itchg Guaranteed. Free
lots 63 ft 65 St. Ik. Homesltes.
estimates. Also bath tubs, Cypress Crystal $4,900.
TARPAULINS OslO ft.. restaurant with equipment Encore. 8/5 I Itchg
assorted colors extra BEDROOM 2 baths 964-6784 or see at ADULT AND childr.n.clothing. sinks, and shower tilecleaned. Commercial Lot with 120 ft. on US301. Good buy!

heavy duty hemmed with den. workshop gardenarea. Torena Motel. 1900 N. ,, rugs curtains I I I MISCELLANEOUSBICYCLE Ultra.G/az./ Call Geneva lake Estates- wooded Vi ac. lots, terms Clean

garments. $27. Some other Lots of pecan trees. Temple. 7/29 2tchg 8/5 furniture, jewelry. 4 964-8903. 3/11 tfn neighborhood w/rolllng hills. Tennis courts. I'....,'
sizes also. 964-5184. 8/5 Cool. shady quiet. NEAR KEYSTONE Heights, families Sat., Aug. 7, 8:30: REPAIRS (most), NEED EXTRA MONEY Inter Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer pork ".
Itpd $46,000. Phone 9645610. Lake Geneva Mobile til 2 p.m. 212 Church St., and views are being taken for 'S Acres near Hampton. Well dec. pole, septic tank.

FREGIDARE FROST proof 6/10tfchg. home 12x60 3 bedrooms Starke. 8/5 Itpd Call Anytimt46lt,1l7 complete New stripping in Avon Representatives. Call 4.7S Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.

"freezer. 15.7 cubic ft.. JIM WALTER 2 bedroom 1 2 both completely furnish. SAT.. I. t 417 S. Cherry St., WaldoClassified stock painting.Will fix It parts like you Ramona Crapse. 782-3068. .40 Acres New River High and rolling.

5285.473-2867.7/29 2tchg bath home to be moved off ed. Utility bldg., 4 families. 8/5 Itchg want It. Also, bikes for 7/224tpd8/14

,8/3 lot. Asking 18000. workshop washer-dryer sale. Used 20" bikes I NEED MONEY, you need I
.CHANNEL CATFISHI) finerlinsby Perfect Lake home hook-up dog kennel wanted. any condition. clean home. Lets work Classified Ads
the millions. Disease 964-6359. 7/29 4tchg 8/19 private, quiet. secluded. Ads with bill of sale Come see together. 964.7514. 7/29 Classified Ads

free, Patricks; Fishing LOVELY country home, 3 Children welcome, $175 us. George II, and Logan at 4tchg 819I Get Results Get Results

.Paradise, Tlston Go. bedroom. 2 bath newly mth. plus deposit Get Results George Ricks Salvage. 301 I WILL CLEAN HOUSES: Any

((912)533-5045.) 8/5 4tchg remodeled new roof. on 1 964-7642. 8/5 Itpd N. 9645184. 8/5 2tchg 8/12 day of the week. For more
TRAILER 2 bedrooms 1'II
:
8/26
1 HOTPOINT twin turline air acre of ground In'mid 40's. ,bath furnished 1 large lot dll-F Information contact Susieat I Jt.y BUY OR SALE

conditioner, 27.000 BTU.. Call Maxine'itt Realty of behind Underwood Motel ILWANTED BUSINESS 964 4226. 7/29 4tchg r ud I Stanley Horn Pro.
377-5813 8/19
$150., 1 Kenrnore clothes Gainesville, orall.r no kids. 8/5 tin GOOD PART-TIME OPPORTUNITIESOWN *
dryer;' $1$. areomotor 5 call 964-8412. 8/5 2 HOUSES FOR RENT 3 1 4' PROFESSIONAL dressmaking ducts. Call: Karen

water pump'j SSO.i .Ray ';I2tehcj8/12 bedrooms,''feed a pigs 2 OPPORTUNITY have beautiful clothes Griffith 964.6932

Crawford Rt. 4 Box 196, BY OWNER: 3 bdrm 1 am. boots sows 1 boar, 3 yrs Starke, Keystone YOUR OWN Jean. mad. to fit |just you. Call [

<.S. Stork.. Flo. 'qn Bayless LR, den eat-In kit. ''old. 964.6365.'8/5 Itpd Heights. Supervise young Sportswear Infant. 964-7600.. ext. 261. 8/5 Roaltor

!Highway.: '1 block from Mother-in-law or guesthouse ,NEWLY DECORATED: 2 adults sales crew Even Preteen or Ladies Apparel Itpd Old Lawtey P.O. I

.'church. 8/3 2tpd 8/12 1001180: lot. bedroom unfurnished ings. NO EXPERIENCE Store. Offering all nationally NEW BUSINESS? Need a $12,000 DW M.H. on 1 -

2 COUCHES 72" by 80" $75 Cypress Ave Crystal Lake house, air conditioning NECESSARY CALL known brands sign? Sign painting In my ac. $26,500 6 ac.
HI each 1 stuffed chair $35. Homesltes. Price firm stove, refrigerator $185 FLORIDA TIMES UNION such as Jordoche, Chic home. 964-8548 8/5 2tchg $10,500 Owner fin. on

.-Call 473-2482. 8/5 Itchg $34.000. 964-7187 after 5 mth. $100 dep 339 S. from 9-5 p.m., 964-5165. Lee Levi Vanderbilt 8/12 all.

ROOF AIR conditioner, for p.m. and weekends. Lake Thompson St., call Salary plus car allowanceand Calvin Klein Wranglerover LOCKSMITH-BURGLAR COMMERCIAL 1:1t=:eII
travel trailers Cools good. 782-3655 or 964-6214. 8/5 200 other brands. .
i .Access. commission ALARMS: 24 Hrs. Service RESIDENTIAL
$250 or .bust offer. Itchg $7,900 to $16,500 Includes 9645849. 1520 South
FURNISHED 3 bedroom beginning inventory airfare ACREAGE
9646279. 8/5 2tchg 8/12 : Walnut St., at the Outfitters .
,NCR cash register. Come ,, TH8OFPIC. mobile home on Criffis for one to Fashion 5/13 tin 904 I 782-3931
see at 108 E. Call St. 95.8S Loop $135 mth. $100 : Center training. fixtures I 904 / 72.3898
1 Itchg deposit 9648704. Call grand opening promo. HOME
i Cash Available PIONEERELECTRIC
SHOP Sat.,"'Sun., or Mon.. or tions. Call Mr. loughlin. P.O. Draw.r "M"

OwCcK after 4:30: other days. 8/5 Wo Buy 1st & 2nd REPO (6128351304.) Itpd CO 1 301 S. lawty.

.* Classified Ads :,M4.17s4, 'Itpd 1980 CHAMPION
Call for a Ceiling Fans &
Mtgs. us
5 ROOM BRICK COTTAGE
r Classified Ads
Get Results DOUBLE-WIDE
Newly renovated. Immaculate quote. Trailer Poles $250
WEEKLY
convenientlylocated 24.56, 3 BR. 1 3/4 Get ResultsIKE'S .

for elderly coupleat 964-5010 bath, wood siding, 782-3065 Working part or full .-.--......

STEEL BUILDINGSAll 571 W. Call St., $225 per thlngU roof stoverefrigerator SAW 1 time. Weekly paychecks Aft..oofly fr.w.w f&.d' ".. in Css.sbsim.dncii. .
,mth 1 year lease (fully guaranteed) mailed 011"ItaipaiMMANCI HAI'f'Y JAUI
ft MOWER SHOP from MDKIM xn ...... ..** direct. 9646491. 8/5 tfn directly to you .
new. Buy Alia NAPPY JACK DlJRACIH*o raroghck -
1 BEDROOM 1 1'baih', dishwasher, $1,200 (Behind Powell's Diary NEED Home Office every ......_1.Hec....by U S IFS qmni Cw
48x72x14 $1.99 sq. ft. I imt Content NO Undm Al formM
CH/A. stove I Freeze) Wednesday. Start Immediately
down $250 .
.
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; per ugst rM
Other sizes available .. refrigerator, $260 mth, 1st SALES SERVICE MONEY? No experience _".<0101.. wrtttit
and last In ovance. month. Can be seen Chain Saw a necessary. All ......,.. In. 0.". VO.HH NCnuo
Cell toll
free 1-SOO-347-6301
__ Us. Your Horn
3.-- 98677.. 8/5 Itpd at Ollni Mobil. j lewn Mowers ages. Notional company. -
.. 2 BEDROOM 2 bath mobile Home, Hwy 100 N.Stark. I Equity. W. make Details t application Witll

"Wt Pickup, Butcher ChW..Cqt and" ..Wrap home yard, CH/A with T green heat.housewasher Fenced tg-anj L ,Jm ''m/ "*" .. or call Nor. TREE SERVICE 1 1st & 2nd Mtgs. and mailed.address Send your to: name The Drilling

i $200 mth.ft dryer Bill hook-up man, 9645606. Whitehead's Call us for a quote American Fidelity Co., . . . . ,
; Glbbs. i
Hiring Dept. 77, 1040
473-4004 night. "'..2111.5 964-5010 2"thru6"Fast
.
Tree Service lone Star Dr.. New
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I Braunfels. Texas, 78130. Rotary
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2 BEDROOM 1% bath, furnlshed
i 1st LICENSED INSURED I _. ...... Drilling Equip.
HARDEE'S MEAT MARKETFrom apartment Lott's of Beauty : r 'i -- "- --
I -
FREE ESTIMATES
floor. utility. furnished 1 State LicensedPumps
the Pen to the Pan child accepted. Available RD.325 HAMPTON 468-2619 ((904)) 752-4356 ATTENTIONSerious : . . 10))
We make It Easier for You July 18. apply 403 WalnutSt. Collect

I .. or call 9MCJ8. 8/5 tfn in Lake City. Florida Job Seekers ;
Hampton
3 BDRM 2 bath and guest ReOpening J

... 216 Washington St Open Monday Saturday house. $275 mth. First Welcome All My Friends Would you like to set your own hours with practically New & Used

Starke. Florida 32091 964-6725 month In advance $200 & Customers. VACUUMSALE no limit on earnings and hove vacation as desired? If SalesaPartsaServiceE.Z .
security. Lake access
upon so. then why not conveniently work with us sor .
I... TermsPlumbing
964-7187.paying membership 8/5 Itchg SPECIAL '$5 OFF ting/bundling mail. Receive work and payments by . . . . .
mail Start Immediately! For Information. a self-

.. ALL PERMS NEW & USEDWe addressed stamped envelope assures a prompt reply.
: LIMITED TIME. ONLY I I I"S Finance Our Own Mall Marketing Servkes, ".O.. Box 2590. Ocole. .

: 3 BP.BPIGK VENEEPJ 1>2 BATH GHXA .r' -Lr'i--,-J'_ KIRBYS Flerlda 3J47$. New Installation

CAPOTUTILITY( 1910 CHAMPION ROYALS Remodeling RepairsDnrrcutce
;:. l&OM-rGAPPETING hop & CompareD EUREKAS Jj-sssssssssssttsJuusssssw I ".. 't' . . .
DOUBLE.WIDE 24.56
1 ON YOUE'LOT' HOOVERS I.
Special Insurance"for
3 III 1 3bath
,
w. $2,9,6-00:00: Mobile Home Parks wood siding ELECTROLUX PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS . . ,...-.
FILTER QUEENS iijivii'
: 964-6863 PHONE 964-6853 All types. of home- shIngle roof. stov, SEARS n & ,(
owners' SUPPLY \
policies for r.frig.r.tor. : COMMERCIALWerepair 1.2 ft. 3 Bedroom Apts.

mobile homes. dishwasher, $'.200' COMPANY .
LONGGHAMP HOMES all makes Frwn '150" 297"
ING to
.. .. . . .
r Can for Quote down, $2S p.r Al 'V < .r. ,

Olin' Mobil.I I month. Can b. s..n Young'sSince I 864 N.

';L STAPKE FLAg Home Sl.s. at Olin. Mobil. 19S7 ilia .1530 W. Madison Temple Ave.

<: 112 113 f4 AVAILABLE Ham., Hwy lOON, 964-6918 _N14 PhOM 984-6312 Starfze FT.

I Elaine M. DUn, Agent' Stark., or can Nor- 3 MIss seth iff ........., . . *,* .

IFYOUQUALIFY'I- 964.5606 men 96.4.5606. .__1__ .. U. 131 LrsstsSiSISStSftSSSJttfS'ffssjc.Irsg 9647001t.



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Chronically ill patients receive help..From page one



Little Sylvester Lott of Starke has and this is a great opportunity to do Nurse Young is part of an on-going added.So far, Young says, the projecthas
been outstanding success.
four-year project which is serves as an
that.
Rubella Syndrome with side effects just Florida's REACH program pro- training for the personnel as a If the project here and in other pilot

t that ficulties.On included. sight and hearing dif vides varied care to more than 250,000 demonstration of the project's effec- areas continue as they have, the pro
children statewide with about 125 tiveness and also as an evaluation for gram will be instituted In other MRS,
this day Mrs. Young has to stop furhter which be rural regions on a statewide basis.
changes may
by the Lett's house and deliver some qualified for the program in the any

bus tickets, for Sylvester's trip to the Bradf rd-Unioo County areas. StarkeThe
in
Shand's Children's Hospital In While this program is providing PSC sets public hearings

VV r""I Gainesville."He needed social, emotional ana medical TALLAHASSEE-The Public Ser- schedule of hearings, with
itl',', ,, i was signed up for some tests to support to many children In Starke scheduled hear- afternoon and evening sessions at
has
vice Commission
e be done at the facility there," she ex general vicinity, Starke may be luckyin the each location, is as follows: Starke-
in Starke and Marianna on
plained. "Then when they didn't show this regard compared to many ings application of Continental Telephone Tuesday, August 10, Starke City Hall,
up we found out they didn't have any other areas, in North Florida."Starke's increase. 209 North Thompson Street, 1 p.m
for rate
Company a
to there. So
transportation get
you and 5:30: p.m.; Marianna-Tuesday
Public Health Clinic is an ;
can everything see it's sometimes hard ,to but think have of to excellent one," Young said. "The per- On April 30, Continental Telephone August 10, Marianna City Hall 220 N,
.. requested a rate increase of$1 millionin Green Street, 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
>' :. sonnel here do'a great job. Other
try our best,.because the need is so of the is to:
hearings
: The
rr areas don't have the base of support, annual revenues. In June, the PSC purpose
great. increase allow customers of the utility to pre-
resources, or coordination to do the suspended the proposed so
While the nurse was at the Lett'shouse
Job." the matter could be fully investigatedand sent testimony about the company's.rates .
,) another problem cropped up. hearings could be held. and service.
r The battery in Sylvester's hearing aid
had gone dead and his mother, Betty
f to Mae, couldn't figure out how to

b'ie Vfi replace it. Jones Convalescent Service Inc.

Mrs. Young couldn't either, but ,
after a quick call to her office,
ry
W $ Sylvester was back in action playing \
with his two sisters, Betty and Providing Non-emergency

ahC Regina.

"Mrs.Young has been so much helpto Medical Transportationfor
us," Mrs. Lott said. "Sylvester \
really does like her and he never got

along with doctors or nurses before.. wheelchair & stretcher patients

"Trust is very important Young \
said as we drove on to the next: stop on
her list for the day, "Having lived \\i, in Bradford & Clay CountiesP.O.

here in this county has helped quite a
Young, adjusts Sylve .er's hearing, aid bit in that regard, but sometimes it is
hard at first. One of the most rewarding Drawer H

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State's top gardeners meet working with kids and older people


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of the state's top amateur Florida Master Gardener program 4
gardeners will be meeting at the which has volunteers in 33 counties.
University of Florida Aug. 4 and 5 for These volunteers are given to 40 to 50
the third annual Advanced Master hours of training in fruit, vegetable, .
and ornamental culture. After
Gardner course. pass- '
", The program, sponsored by the ing a Master Gardener certifying exam To 4rr
UF's Institute of Food and the volunteers work in plant
Agricultural Sciences (WAS) will offer clinics, answer telephone and written >s W d kf ,
two days of intensive training in inquires about gardening, and speakat
the latest techniques for growing garden club meetings.
healthy vegetables and ornamentals. Counties which have an active
Classes include: insect indentifica- Master Gardener program include: I
l tion, spray equipment demonstration, Brevard, Hillsborough, Polk,Volusia,
plant disease diagnostic techniques, Osceola, Orange, Lake, Palm Beach,
turf grass problem-solving, conceptsof Pinellas, Pasco, Leon, Broward and
landscape design, and hands-on ex- Dade.
ercises on Kinds, varieties, and inden- For further information, contact
!, tification of vegetables.The County Extension Agent Bobby
advanced course is part of the Taylor. Your save

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Jim Senterfitt runs Pocket Calculator:: Ultra slim Unlsonlc Credit Card Calculator A S6 B
8 digit calculator has full feature convenientsizetorarrywrthyou!LCD j
I mory, auto shut off percentage and digit calculator has full feature memory,
square root keys Batteries and walletauto shut off. percentage<<; key and add- j., \'
for Senate District Five typr tarrying pouch Included.4TLC2 70S. on discount calculation Batteries and
i I Reg 8.96 carrying case Included. #LC222B Reg

Friends and supporters of Jim gift was won by Charles Carlton, 8.96 :
Senterfitt, candidate for Florida given by the Senterfitt campaign, a rj123'156
Senate District 5, gathered at the basket from Sump N' Special, and ---i1 e
Agricultural Center for a kick-off Mark Chauncey, Jr. won the electriccan

campaign speech by the candidateJim opener given by John and Betty _
Senterfitt of Like Oak Thursday Kent of the Western Auto Store.
evening at 7:30: p.m. 78.Unisonic.
Aubrey Fowler served as master of c zaz
ceremonies for the occasion. The

Salvation Singers, composed of David j Ti I
Hingson, manager,Rita Hingson, Lyn f MHO ."YT OYY Unisonrc ...
Hingson, Chris Hingson, Hal Hingson, Lc
Ronna Williams, and Danny Kirby of 27o
Live Oak, set the stage for the even-
ing, singing inspirational gospel f
songs that pointed a victory through v
Jesus Christ.
Leon McDonald, former State
Representative and campaign consul-
tant for Jim Senterfitt, introduced the
speaker for the evening.
Candidate Jim Senterfitt began his
kick-off speech by commenting, "I
would not mislead you to think that
everyone in Live Oak is for Jim I
Senterfitt." "There are those who
would like to see Jim Senterfitt out of Jim Senterfitt
this race for State Senate District 5
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for I am a major threat to upsetting :
the Big Boys the Special Interest ,
groups from electing their special in- III '
terest candidate."
Senterfitt pointed up the stated of Filler Paper A big 200 pages u.fill, and
Insert In a notebook You'll never have
the caused by vision
economy poor .
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too much filler T
paper/so stock up now
and lack of :
leadership by
our
and
enjoy this low pncel' ;
legislators both State and Federal. ::
Senterfitt said, "Don't let anyone
tell you that interest rates that
are
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driving farmers and businessmeninto ?:;Ii.jI -f, ,
our Y .zl: .' :
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bankruptcy is controlled at the
federal level." We have .;; 200 / :
18 to 20 percent '= f .
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interest rates because our Crayola .
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legislature enacted it, and since 1979 11000' '
our economy, housing industry k- yF N owt r j. MfR l CRAYONS :
farmers, small businessmen, and I Wf74 :
families have rapidly declined in 6I !UEAlV ,M era.. :
solvency. :
Farmers and businessmen \ .
on
Here is a hint to anyone 2 e BO/Dt. 'V
the of financial
verge collapse. The select S :
building industry has dried while redecorating carpet Y -
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outside interest build condominiumsalong first and then match paint. 1.39 save
our waterfronts for the rich. drapes and furniture to the 30% .34 .48 .16

Senterfitt said interest msut come carpet. It is much easier this Composition Book
School
days simply Elmer'i School Glue or Glue-All Don't Crayola Crayons 24 brilliant/ colors Duo Binders filler
per Tang Keep
down
along with electric rates for one. A your
homes.In way.Why require nice thick 200 paqei 5 go back to school'without Elmer'sl! This box. I Kids will delight in a new box orCrayolasl paper organized with these three prong
? Because
you are subject notebook measures 8x IOl'lall!. purpose glue gets a'lot of work done. limit 2 binders TJ'1eyhavt'pockets.too.8'4xir' .:
addition to Interest rates and likely to find a wider selectionof Reg. 199 4 oz. ea. Reg. .58 ea. Limit 10
electric bills, Senterfitt outlined a materials in drapes and fur- .:
program that he pledged to work niture coverings than in car'
tenacisouly to get enacted by the pets. And. as you well know ir
legislature when elected State 1112
Senator for District 5: paints can be mixed to match .+.r 10; 2I
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1. Obtain tax relief for farmers and any coloration desired. t MNN
small businessmen. Carpets are manufactured ina /
2. Better education for our children. variation of colors but these /I
3. Impose absent parent tax. selections are somewhat more.
4. Protect the elderly and those who limited than some other
need welfare by screening the roll for household furnishings. Come TOWELS S

unqualified recipiants. into our showroom today and .- .
5. Relieve crowded prisons, up look over the latest decorator EL8 .
grade line officers salaries and styled carpets for home and 2R .88 .3$1 save 2.99
i develop more vocational classes. office. 42% 7.96
I 6. Protect our citizens from crime,
deliquency, and drug abuse. Coronet Den Jumbo Towels Quick Dial I Soap Feel,conf ladyoudki) by Ufestclox Electric/ Alarm Clock You can Nylon Knapsack Tuck
school
Clean-ups
at hand with your sup
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cap gover.1ment towels One 85 this
ply. feet super knapsack
square .
growth. Limit{ size 5 oz. Limit 6. Reg .57 ea. dial. Sweep second hand. Modem deFor camping tool Assortecolors.

closing.. Senterfitt asked for the & Carpet Sign. #22190

people's support and vote on Sept. 7,
saying that he believes that one man 131 N. Cherry St..
can make a difference. Starke Florida TG&YfamilycentersTQ.Y".poIIcyill. :
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