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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Scattered thunder showers and thunder storms in the afternoon is the Social . " .,a ga. S.I .
weather prediction for this FridaSundaymore of the same: Corcotpondonti;. ... .. Pago s rirgrap1' .
Temperatures are expected to be in the 90's at midday and down to the' sPrt . . . .'p 12.16 i
70's at night. Only relief from the heat is early in the morning. when it's Ugal . . Pago 10. ? ,
staying a bit cooler a little longer.
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Nearly six inches of rain have fallen so far with only a week to go in .
August, a month that averages 10.33 Inches of rainfall. Louis Hill fire SECTION B:
tower at Highland recorded 2.8 inches during' the past week;, the New Obituorlo.. . . Pogo 4 ..
River fire tower on SR-100 west 1.58 inches, and the Santa Fe tower on News Iri' 'I. . . .j.'D'I'1 1.12 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of feqvenlOHhVear
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Do you believe it possible to Womer tries to keep within! .334 digital switching equipment such a one at SR' .16 and Morgan Road (No.
transmit 1,344 conversations throughtwo di-cibels: under normal conditions. He glass cable can carry up to 9,000 con- 233):\) and one off SK-22'M in Pleasant
human hair sized glass rods with averages .33 decibels. versations, the Valtec and Continental Grove. Trail
light reflections? Stress and strain on the glass cableis employees say. The digital switching Next year an eight fibre cable will
eliminated by keeping (lied ,co- equipment is much faster than be laid from the 12 fibre line to the two
That's exactly what's going to hap efficient of expansion approximatelythe the mechanical equipment in use: remote substations. When the two
pen with long distance phone calls same in the cable and jell. now, they say. That is why Continental substations are completed and the
when a new $1 million system is switched The hair-sized glass cable replaces is trying to switch customers to connections are made, local phone It still an ultra-quiet election cam E.W. Hodges confirmed the assess
t on in October for the Starke exchange copper cable some four inches thick push button phones, to take advantage service will be over the glass fibre paign, local candidates say. with less ment of the quietest election every
of the Continental Telephone and is much less succeptible to lightning of the quicker service.A cables. than two weeks left before the Sept. 7 heard of in these parts
System which includes Kingsley that the copper cable. 16 fibre cable has been Installed Reason for the expansion? Was first Democratic primary. County firemen are expected to

: Lake, Lawtey and Starke. In the lines going to Lawtey and from the Continental plant in Starketo there two much trouble with the existing "People act like they don't even meet the county commission Monday
SR-16. A 12 fibre cable is laid from copper lines? night Aug. 30, when the board meets
Kingsley Lake there are actually four want to talk to says one county
you
It's called fibre optics, which the glass cables, but only two are SR-16' around Old Lawtey Road to "We were overloaded," said a Con- commission candidate. The hot, for a public hearing and possible
New College Edition of the American US-301, with four of its The
adoption
I necessary to for the 1,344 conversa- fibre cables runningto tinental executive. humid weather probably can be tentative budget.
Heritage dictionary calls "the optics tion capacity. The other two are Lawtey and Kingsley Lake. Perhaps that explains the busy credited with discouraging some doorto firemen reportedly want to find out
' ; of light. transmission through very spares, in case of trouble. Next year, Continental plans to; signals local telephone subscribershave door work by the candidates, who why the commission will not give
I .. fine reflection., flexible" glass rods by internal With more advanced electronic build two remote switching stations, complained about for years. say they cannot get around to all the more funds to fight fires. "
"You get out and get poured on,
i It will increase the capacity of long ra *** ... houses. that the Democratic says District 1 school board candidate
yi Hopes are
distance phone lines by 13 times from fjr ysc ; !fd' tlOV political rally this Saturday night, Judy Becker It's awfully wet outside,
the 100 currently available to 1,344. To *> 28 at the Bradford football but Mrs. Becker, a Bradford High
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local long distance phone callers it > ***3g&- t mathematics teacher who lives in
.'I 1 means fewer busy signals. stadium (see accompanying rally
writeup) will light some fireworks in (See Election..., p.2\)
1-* > > *'W.Jii'i' otherwise lackluster election.
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a.S Next year the fibre optics system Bi BEu .J.JJva-! T .-T- ; &
i' will be availables for local phone "I'll tell you what, it's the quietiest
calls. election I've ever seen," says County
C It should make the Starke exchange Commissioner, Lawrence Mosley, 56'I'urnoutIs
one of the most modern in the nation. who is not running this time. Peopleare
It is the third or fourth fibre optics not talking about the election on PredictionIn
system in the state, and is an experiment the street, and there are not issues,
for the Continental system. and no candidates taking pot shots at spite of the terming lack of
[ each other, Mosley notes. interest in the September 7 First
t. The new hair-sized glass fibre r Working from door to door in town Primary Supervisor of Elections
cables are housed! ; in several layers of this week, District 4 county commission !Neva: FInn is "giiintf out on a
insulation plus coated by a )jell to incumbent E.W. Hodges says he limb" and predicting that 5B% of
make it water proof. Connections of is getting favorable reactions, but Bradford 'ount11 7,3X1
the cable are placed in a plastic agrees with the assessment of a quiet registered Democrats, and 551
cylinder which is filled with the election and few local issues. Republicans will go to he polls on
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special jell. I.JI It's still quiet, says District 4 September 7. That's about the
challenger Bill Alderman. Things same percentage that toted in
I "It should be 8 or 10 years before look good to him, still. People have an the last off-ear election! in l!78.
there is"any trouble, unless somebodycuts ;, interest, it's just a quiet interest, he The fount}"'* 105: independents
it, says Construction Supervisor adds. Alderman says he's still got a Mill not be able to vote since
Donnie Bush of Bonifay who Con- Jr- long way to go, and the rain hasn't exactly primaries are strictly for parties
tinental has down here to watch over been cooperative. that have candidates on the
the construction phase County commission incumbent can ticket.
didates E.L. (Nook) Norman and
Some 115 miles of the new glass /
cable is being laid here, at some $3 ,
per foot. Trawick Construction Co. of ,A, ) *
Chipley is burying the cable. Political Rally Set Saturday

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cable. Valtec of
.. Boston, f.Iasn. Two"Valtec by technicians .t' 'i. "', r" Candidates for Uw few Bradford County offices to bo<:s filled in the
Tom and Alan September-October primaries are hoping that Saturday's Political Rally
Monopoli will put some life into what has otherwise been a listless and issueless cam-
Womer, were on the job last week 1 f J paign.

splicing the cable and teching local The candidates are worried not about what they're hearing, but rather
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Contlntental how
to take
employees about what they're not hearing. They're all in agreement that "it's thequietest"
over when they leave. Womer was on they've ever seen and the voters "just aren't talking." The candidates -
and needles with his wife back in
pins ; "
can't tell whether they're "running good or bad.
Business.
Boston twins and It's a Tricky ..
expecting seven But at least the office-seekers will be talking, and they hope the voters
months .
pregnant.The Working 6,000 feet apart, at the ends of a human hair-sized glass rod. two come out to hear them, this Saturday, with the first speech scheduled for 7 I
pair was using a $24,500 elec- technicians use television screen an electronic splicer and a computer to p.m. Starting at 6 o'clock, at Bradford High football stadium the County I
tronic splicing machine with a get an almost exact match with almost no sound loss when the two ends are Democratic Executive Committee, sponsors of the event will be selling a
magnified televised picture of the joined together. hot dog and Coke combination for a dime, as a gentle reminder of "Hard
hair-line glass cable. Womer used a Alan Womer above with phone to ear, talks to Tom Monopoli, below on Times" experienced during the "Hoover Days," when "Buddy, Can You
pocket sized calculator to tell how good a match his splice of a glass fibre cable Is. the fibre capable of car Spare a Dime" almost became the national anthem.
Monopoli In decibels how far the rying 1.344 conversations at one time. Womer can view a magnified splice on Candidates will be alotted five minutes each and will speak in the order
splice was from perfect. his small television screen and Monopoli can see a greatly magnified view they appear on the September 7 ballot: Congress Governor & Lieutenant
of the two ends coming together on his TV screen below. Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller, State Senate State Represen-
quality glass rods are 125 The two technicians are from Boston. !Mass.. headquarters of Valtec Corp. tative, Bradford County Commission Dist. 2 and 4, School Board, Districts 1,
microns diameter. A micron is one which manufactures the new glass fibre cable being installed here by Con- 2, and 5. Candidates who are late arriving will be worked into the program
millionth of a meter. There is 2.54 tinental Telephone Co. as a pilot project. It should also greatly Improve service between other groups. Rev. Roman Alvarez will be master-of-ceremonies.
meters per inch. The glass rod has a of the Starke exchange beginning in October on long distance calls and City of Starke Commission will be allowed to speak last.
50 micron core, the part which carries next year on local service. -:_ In a brief intermission between speeches, $25 cash prizes will be awardedto
the reflections signals.A Womer decided he might as well get a sun tan while in Florida. His wife is : the man woman, boy and girl appearing at the rally in the "worst" Hard
7 months pregnant and Is expecting twins, putting him on pins and needles. ; ; Times costume. A specialty number, "We Ain't Got a Barrel of Money," will
loss of 40 decibels, a measure of Monopoli is single. They were to get a couple of days at home In Boston J be sung by the Hard Times trio, Carolyn Canova, Sylvia Reddish and Grover
sound, is acceptable by Valtec, but before starting to a new job in Virginia. !L-: Howard.

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It's Back to the Books MondaySome


3,850 school students in won't be allowed to attend class. In- a local person to go into speech graders at BMS, 144 9th graders, 71 I E
grades K-12 will start the 1982.83 stead, they will be kept in an isolated therapy. Denise Adams, who Casey 10th graders, 98 11th graders, and 48 Fr to P I
school term Monday, Aug. 30, except area, under supervision, and a note describes as an excellent teacher, is 12th graders at BHS, plus 42 special ,
about 840 who have yet to prove they will be sent home to their parents explaining currently the only local qualified education students, and 7 BHS special BADE ; 1
have been Immunized.as required by the immunization re speech therapist. education students. TWO. .
Florida law."Pretty quirements.The Three schools will have new prin- Florida requires that all students,
much routine except for 271 teachers, 254 regular Instructors cipals. Charlie Thomas is the new grades K-12, entering school Aug. 30 f
the immunization problem" says and 17 federally sponsoredones principal at Starke Elementary, having be fully immunized against polio,
Supt. Tom Casey of the 1982 school returned to work Tuesday, Aug. transferred from an assistant diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus (OPT) ,&.v
opening. Students must produce an up 24, for four days of preplanning.Labor principalship at BHS. Buddy Pater- and measles, mumps and Rubella
1 to date immunization record to school Day the following Monday, son was transferred from Brooker (MMR). This includes students enter t <
.officials by Monday morning or they Sept. 6, will be the first school holi- Ele. to Lawtey Ele. Charles Hall was ing school for the first time, all L
transferred from LE to BHS as assis- students re-entering school and io .
day.Bus routes will all be the same, tant principal, replacing Thomas. students transferring from other .--,-..(..
meaning the school bus will come by Wayne McLeod, who graduated from counties or states. t- ,
everybody's house on opening day BHS where he quarterbacked the 1966 "We're really sick about this whole ."
just about the same time it did last state champion football team and wona mess. They're not coming in much," rt I
year.School. baseball scholarship to Georgia, is says Mrs. Joyce Riherd, county
lunch prices will be the sameas the new principal at Brooker Ele.. health nurse supervisor. Records of v
last year50 cents for elementary returning to Bradford County after middle school students coming up to 4 /i
students, 70 cents for middle school several years teaching out of the the high school are really in bad
and high school students, and $1.30, area. shape, Mrs. Riherd says. Mrs. Riherd ., '
including tax, for adults. Biggest problem is some, 840 hopes that many of the 840 students t "
-. All personnel are on board, says students, in about every grade, who already are immunized but simply l '.
Supt. Tom Casey, except for one have not yet shown proof of immunization have not presented proof of it to their t .
speech therapist after a teacher found' to the school system. The schools. }.
a job in Alachua County and resigned. list includes 53 SE, 40 LE, 10 BE, 28 Students are requested to get on : }
Casey is currently trying to persuade SS, 144 8th graders and 155 6th and 7th down to the Health Department ;
I without delay, if there is any doubt dW"r A
proof of'their immunization recordsare ,
not up to date and proof of them 't. .
Contract
SATURDAY. Aua. 2$ Teachers Ratify PackageTeachers the hands of school officials.
Free immunizations are offered at -
POLITICAL RALLY '
to 1 overwhelmingly approved the 1982-83 contract which gives the Health Dept. on Wednesdays from 4
Hot Speaking Dogs-6 at 7IHS them a $1,758 package of salary increase and benefits in a meeting Tues- 8-11:30: a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. and -
,day morning.Aug. 24.
8-11:30 a.m. Fridays. "
Stadium___ Vote by the teachers for ratification was 186-4. says Mrs. Julie Miller, Students reporting Aug. 30 to the

MONDAY. Aug. 0. president of the Bradford Education Association. Vo-tech Center and Bradford High Mickey & Friends Await SE Second Graders... j
The contract.will go before the school board In a special meeting School without immunization recordsup
Public Mooring Tontotlvo tudgoty tonight (Thursday, Aug. 26) at 7 p.m. The board will also take up salary to date will not be given schedules. Mr*. Charlotte Frees puts the finishing touches on a classroom bulletin
County CaimnUitonP.M.Courthou. increases for non-instructional personnel and administrators. Instead.they will be given an option board calculated to catch the eye of her second graders when school opens
1 eTUISOAY. Teachers, who returned to work Monday, have begun being informed of going to the Health Dept. and get Monday. Aug. 30. ,
AUQ. about the benefits as they exist under the new health insurance package ting their shots or to remain In temporary With eight years of teaching experience behind her, Mrs. Frees came to I
31 from Blue Cross Blue Shetld. After BC-BS representatives appeared Isolation for the remainder of work Monday, a day early, got her bulletin boards up so she could get down l
Ie Zoning Board'Mooting Tuesday to explain the benefit teachers are finding them even less, the day, says Student Services Director to the real business writing lesson plans and the more serious planning for f
: 713O'M satisfactory than was Initially anticipated, says Mrs. Miller. Charles Francis. the seven-year-olds who will Invade Monday.E r I
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I : John Arthur Reddish to be ]BHS, Dean __ I It


t John Arthur Reddish, a social Melvin from SE to Brooker, Dorothy Non-instructional personnel action 111111 III1IIIfl1! 111 !
studies teacher at BBS was approved Moore from Pass to LE as librarian approved last week included the appointment
M new Dean of Students at the high Carol Redding from SE to LE, and of Judy Brown to replace
school for 1982-83 as instructional personnel Ernestine Register from LE to SE as long-time high school secretary Tina
action recommended by Supt. librarian. Patterson.
Tom Casey was unanimously approved Teacher appointments were Sonya
: at the August 16 school board Baldree and Kathy Register to SS; Other appointments were Regina
: meeting. Brenda Barber, Melba Johnson Burkhalter to a new position in the
It was also decided to grant Red- (guidance), and Linda Crane BHS front office, Becky Giddens to
dish a year leave of absence from (librarian) to BMS; Cynthia Francis, substitute para-professional for three
I teaching while he assumes the Dean's Judith Gump Carol Hulsey, Robin days earlier this month, Richard
position. Casey explained that the McNelley, John Russell William Sex- Trainor as part-time custodian at
,: leave absence will! prevent Reddish ton, Doreen Simac, and Esterlania BMS, Berenda Williams as secretaryfor
from losing continuity on his contract. Simmons to BUS; Elizabeth McLeodto Project PASS (she'll he the only
Other transfers within the school Brooker, Eoline Green to LE, and full-time employee under PASS), and
system approved Tuesday have Tina Kim Seigneur in as county wide Stephen Crews an LE custodian full-
Brown moving from Southside (SS) to speech clinician. time. Ford
Lawtey (LF.), Donna Hartley from SS Teacher resignations acceptedwere Non-instructional resignations NIIW 1982
to Starke Elementary (SE), Grover by Susan Edwards and.MaryBush besides Mrs. Patterson's came from
Howard from Project Pass to BHS, of LE, Linda Pfenniger of Vo- SE custodian Emma Bell and HE
Deborah Hull from LE to SE Lynn Tech, and Sharon Yelle of SS. cafeteria manager Bonnie I Derkman.

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: (From PaRe IA) police chief Bobby Biggs, has come Crews said he is an environmentalist .
I out for lower utility taxes in his bid.
Lawtey, says she's getting a good opposes phosphate mining in
reception in all parts of the county. The city commission is facing a proposed the Osceola Forest hut I Minks that is a
i People say its time for a change, increase in city utility taxes to strong industry in other places.
,: and seem to be in favor of a person fund the two-way electrical lie with
with classroom experience workingon Florida Power & Light and to finance --r Plus Tax
the school board, Mrs. Becker sewer plant improvements to Stawberry SwingersTo
says. She claims to be optimistic eliminate nutrients from Alligator J 1
about the election. Creek The package is expected, to Dance Tonight
District 1 incumbent Arthur cost some $28 million, and t the current Behind McDonald'sThe 1
; Gaskins, who is running a quiet campaign council is looking for ways to
says he hears nothing but raise the money Strawberry Swingers, the local Slack No. T3230
favorable comments. Gaskins, like Local supporters of state senate square dance club, will liven Up
the county commission vetf'ransII11Ys McDonald's parking lot tonight
candidates Jim Crews and Bill Grant
this is one of the quietest elections the say the two will be the main con (Thursday, Aug. 26) starting at 8 p.m. See Clyde Byron, Warney or Bill TODAY!
county has ever seen. tenders for the Dist 5 post vacated by Everyone is invited to stop by and
Sen. Pete Skinner who is talk to the square dancers. A new .
running
At the local level the class will be -' '
races are: starting up the first "TERWILLEGAR.c.
against Rep Don Fuqua for the U.S.
County commission: District 2, incumbent House. Thursday night after Labor Day. ;
E.L. (Nook) Norman andnewcomf'r Open House is set Thursday( Sept
Grant, president of the Bank of
Whitehead.. District 9, at 8 the Masonic
4. p m in Lodge at
Madison, is for strict law enforcement ;
incumbent E.W. ( and West Call and
Hodges Orange Streets in
protection of the environment,
challenger Bill Alderman. for development of foreign markets Starke. Everyone is invited to attend : rMOTORS
School board District 1, incumbent and the
: go through beginning paces
for" Florida agricultural products, and
Arthur Gaskins and challenger Judy abortion on demand and gun with caller Jerry Barrett leading. l\\ _
Becker In District 2, incumbent opposes Members of the
control Strawberry Swingerswill 206 W. Madison St., Starke, Florida 96- -7200r
1 Patricia Spengler is challenged by be on hand to dance with the
Perceived here as a liberal
Ted Oglesby and Maxie Reddish guests,
Tallahassee Democrat Crews, backed -
District 5, incumbent and current
strongly by education and conservation -
school board chairman J.T Parrish is
groups, stresses he is not tied
challenged by Jerry Lawson. to big business, gets no contributionsfrom

In the City Bol of, Starke Milner, is Group challengedby 1 commissioner special interests except educa F.l! l'If(. !" .l.y; ; J'.t :."_rrn'{: .:.... 'i 4 .-4: :;r: '... 11m ;.tI1:;;!; t !t : .')'I! ", {.'J ''t.c."
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commissioner be challenged Travis by Starke Woods apartmentowner is again supporters do a lot of the calling, ,I 'iJ .' .lHtlil; ; :. ;',. ,''.'. lJ. p.-' .. .. 'oJo.. "'," '. ,.. )l1'l'l jt\ '.;- i.
Crews lie aims to have teams 1 .. .iI'
Joe Williams. says Jb, ... ", ...\

Woods broke his back in a water out in Bradford County -,; :Yj.t"W Jr J; ..,' ; l4.l.tJi':1'{ : : ; ,H ':{ :n}: :; :;:' : : : i rt r 1' .tltm'' j if" :) "rl'r .
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City Campaign Offer


Begins the city to of StirIn Starke the four can- Thousands Tax School of people in Starke are earning w h ole P o o m f ulo! ;?

didates are beginning to stir ,with money in their spare time as incometax
their Sept 14.. election Just three preparers. . weeks away. II & R Block, the world largest'Income .
Joe Williams; challenging incumbent *tax preparation service, is of- LI Furniture in Themerican
I Travis Williams.:.his Group 5 fering a basic income- tax course starling "n J r:
seat, has a breakfast planned from 7 September 10)"with morning;
11 a.m. Saturday under the pecan afternoon and evening classes L
trees behind his Bradford Village available.
Tradition !
Apartments for friends, neighbors, During the 12-week course,students / .
and supporters. will study all phases of income tax ;
Admission is an egg or two. preparation and receive actual experience r) F. ..
in preparing individual
Williams will furnish the remainderof
the breakfast.The returns. Experienced Block person- l ... '" ytt\
injured Woods is still confined nel will teach current laws, theory EC RU \ : S'
to home, the accident putting a crimpIn and application as practiced in Block '" sp J.3
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offices nationwide. There is a ) ._ ,
his campaigning. \\I" f ..
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Group 2 Bobby > ,
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taking this week off from work to and practice problems at every level. ; _...". :". I ..;; '.. r. q'
campaign. His challenger, former Courses are programmed to teach .. -0 ., fl.om r
tax 4r ...
students increasingly complex / I "
-. ---- problems as study progresses. 5czz / ''\ i,7'.cm- ...' ..4.. 1 eel !I.'h. .

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REAL ESTATE.Our restriction or qualifications. Coursesare y '

ideally suited for housewives, 10' M4'i 1 .. "" ... A. 'jj.A. ,
teachers "if Ii. 'tiJi. : .
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knowledge. It: ,. ," .
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sales associates j." ", MSgipy
know where to look forInvestmenlopportunities Qualified course graduates may be --JOt.u.... 1 --Hi, '< '
offered job interviews for positionswith LA---- \ 'J

here in town or an over the Block. Many accept employmentwith
And we have the Block because of the flexible i> .
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afford/ Tell us your objer ment, nor are graduates under any ,- g iI': ii. '!. .t M" : 'fI. \!'
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I Starke Council Passes Sewer, Water Rate Hike to Satisfy... EPA IA I


water '..//'Jirrr. ..raising !,'!','!rArlrJ missioner, Crosby asked. Attorney A 5,000 gallon residential user In olhcr action Aug. 17. the city tions the ordinance would (contain are business of regulation a fair !housing
rates
1 in commission! 4Aug. -(, Brown said he didn't know, but that would be charged $9.65 ($3.90 plus 5 commission: already In state and fedt'rallaw. City ordinance.
17 by the .
'. city and had to satisfy EPA. times $1.15up 63 percent from the engineers had suggested a fair housing -
"ntll he engineer( who was! to send it The ord'nance must be adopted current $6 A 10,000 gallon residentialsewer ,Was told by Commissioner Jimmy ordinance would be brownie Discussed but took no action on the
on Agency,, lo environmental'EPA .. Protection without delay. Milner said service user would pay $15.40, Crosby the proposed new city charter points toward getting a new grant long-standing problem of apartment
) Crosby reiterated he has serious up 156 percent from the current $6. will be ready for the council by Aug. from the U.S. Drpt of Housing and houses with one electric meter. The
The sewer and questions about the new rates proposed. 31, and he will distribute copies for Urban Development. The city has problem was turned over to the bond
IMS made self-supporting systems must He said he wanted to question\ A commercial sewer service user the members to study and take up enough problems, said Commissioner trustees who are in charge of the
the
rt.-ceive the for city to the rates have to be raised as much as would after they've had to ready and study Crosby, without getting into the operation of the power plant.
$721WX) EPA grant for pay an $15.40 under the proposed -
the it. Crosby said he
engineers prefers to study the
which it has propose. new rates, from ,
applied. City officials up $8.70 presently sw r rr
The council did not want to discuss new charter when everybody is present
debated think approval!> very close, but they figures in the ordinance at the Aug. 17 a 77 percent increase. meaning the return of injured 1 tpF
at length before voting to in- meeting. Members repeatedly said Commissioner Travis Woods.
crease rates The increases aimed at the larger
substantially as a they understood had few weeksto
qualification for they a users mean a switch to charging
Effective date receiving of the the grant. make a decision. more, rather than less, for volume. Declared five used city trucks as ERR
is rate increase The Increase, averaging some 20 surplus so bids can be asked and the
Nov. 1. The council wants no rate percent, is aimed primarily at larger City Commissioner Travis Woods, equipment "old.oDeclined .
increase until the grant is received users and was presented to the coun- who suffered a broken vertebra in a FAULKNER
and construction started.Commissioners cil at a July 27 meeting attended by water skiing accident, was absent to consider adoption of a FiEfiLTY
engineers Don Kuckman and Jim from the meeting. fair housing ordinance since regula-
the wanted to be certain Lucas. Smaller users are spared most ...
grant would be received -- I
of the increase.
before they Increased rates. Attorney 964-5O65 rnII.
New residential water rates proposed -
Terry Brown pointed out the increasing
rate at the July 29 meeting are a base ,
ordinance could be j
nullified
VOTE and ELECT
by commission action. charge of$3.10 plus 45 cents per 1,000
gallons per month. That is an increase
from the current $5 minimum
"Let's faoo it, some of the peopleare plus 35 cents per 1,000 gallons over 221 lofoy.tt. St.Across from Wlthbon
going to be shocked," said Commissioner 5,000 gallons. Under the new rates [ OFFICE HOURSi
Bob Milner, reminding the 5,000 gallons of water would cost Monday Friday 9.5 Saturday 9. 12 noon
council it had said a meeting would be $5.35. up from $5 now, an increase of l Max.ie
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held to explain the Increased rates to 35 cents. i
large users who will be hardest hit.
10,000 gallons of water would cost .
"I don't want people to get the idea $7.60 under the new rule compared to it
the council is raising rates just to $6.75 now, an increase of 85 cents.A Reddish
raise revenue," Milner said. residential customer currentlypays
No decision to increase had to be a $5 minimum for water, up to .
made that night, Aug. 17, Mayor Ver- 5,000 gallons. At 4KM) gallons the new
non Silcox asked. rate would be $4.90, $3.10 plus 4 times __-i as your I t I $iiai '1 1Y
But failure to pursue the ordinance 45* $1.80)), a 10-cent reduction.Engineers .
.ickman and Lucas 1
immediately may hold up or even
jeopardize, the grant, said attorney said 4,000 gallons is about the break School Board
Terry Brown. even point between the current water
rates and the proposed increased
That wasn't his impression from rates. The aim being to not hurt the MemberDistrict
talking to the engineers Mayor Silcox small customer.
replied. When questioned by the com The higher gallonage charge from 2
inissioners, Attorney Brown insistedthe 35f to 45? per 1,000( gallons, will meana MAKE OFFER
grant agreement requires adop-- hefty increase for larger water FOR THIS HORSE FARM
tion of a rate increase ordinance mak-- users. Bill for a 20.000 gallon user, for Will Work For Good Schools 19% Acres One acre pond. Four acre
ing the sewer and water system self- instance, would go from $10.25 now to large pines, balance pasture, fenced,
supporting. $15.10 a 47 percent increase. Has Bachelor of Science, FSU greenhouse. Home is C. B. construction
Nobody wants to turn the grant New rates proposed for residential
down. Mayor Silcox said. sewer service are a $3.90 base plus One Child Attends Starke Elem. with three bedroom, one bath. Woodstoveto
New rate figures presented by the $1.15 per 1,000 gallons of water. Cur- cut those fuel costs. Plus Central Heat I
engineers needed to be questioned rent residential sewer rates are a flat -3 Children are BHS GraduatesWill Pretty Setting All of that plus 10%
$6 month. The proposed sewer Assumable Mortgage
pointed out Commission Jimmy per
Crosby. service charge ties the rate to a Watch Your Tax Dollar
"We are in the area of immediacyon gallonage figure for the first time. Grad Houses and Apartment For Rent
Maxie is BHS
the grant. I don't know how much A 4,000 gallon residential user a Property Management Service
longer we can wait," said Commis- would pay $8.50 ($3.90 plus 4 times A Native of Bradford County Appralial
sioner Milner.Do 1.15. up $2.50'or'a 42 percent In- Susan M. Foulkner.REALTOR.964.5065
the figures in the ordinance crease from the present $6 per month Democrat. PD POl ADV Irenel.Faulkner REALTOR-ASSOCIATE-961.5142
satisfy the grant requirements Com- charge. Lucille Spry-BROKER SALESMAN-961.S420
Herb Walker, ASSOCIATE. 9M-595S



;,- it Jerry LA WSON



=- District 5 School Board CONTINENTAL


Stands For : t'&w\ & li

=- 0 Committed to improving & updating curriculum5, ,." \ nv, j & ;:
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Openness & honesty in government PRESENTS
;,. ar: I' ,0 Devotes time to fact finding & decision-making. -"' i V
Independent thinker in making dt' : .
y ) own It .
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:.::- Will personally lobby for equal funding for Bradford Co. Will make regular visits to all county sch I f. mE $1.30
: Believes teachers should be involved in decision making Doesn't believe in throwing good dollars aft r
: Must attract & keep quality teachers /
Thank You for Your Vote and
-- Eager to hear & will be influenced to a certain degree Support
by everyone's special interest DMMcnt.ro rot _DV


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Community service : a trademark

REUNION.

i .of the Fortune team.

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big of life in f. Nr t family together shouldn't
belongs
part my
keep a family ajxutH

Relatives, close friends and : k '1y .,: )rtun;itely 1<>nK tlist;ma-

achievements.. .they're still t (,. A rates are still a lklr llll. In

: The same is true about ., ." ;y, fact, they're low enough to

j Federal. Even though the \ ' keep you close to every

: tion's home office is in \y' ; Ii '. : \.. side of your family. No
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( voter there's a special part J might be.

I ; always be committed l For example, if you

,at"A: ." ,1c'a .- have family in ersfelcl,

::1 \.. ; California and you live in

Thomas, Jr. ;.4 I Lewiston, M.iine\ a three-
minute call will cost you no)

: r more than SL'JO.() excluding

Federal % federal and local taxes.

: : Florida Those rej ular nites

Board ;;(,. :i apply if you dial direct
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: ,NWT anytime between 8 A.M.

and'now lives in Fort r andBHMJfvoucjilldining '
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if Lauderdale. While living in Starke, Arch became a member and director of ,E one <>f our I hu; ain

the association. He's an attorney who was elected to the legislature as a ,, ? calling periods( (wet'kends
week after 5
and
o state representative for Bradford County. Arch is also credited with helping .a nights i
HM.) you cin sive; up to
w to make the Bradford County Fair a successful ongoing event in the "
a li i() .. (>ff(>ur regular rates. .J i
community. Since his move.south, he's served as president of the Broward "-.I' So don't wait until '. '!

County Association: and as president of the Fort Lauderdale Kiwanis to I next week, or next month, "' I

Club, a club he still serves as an active member. Arch gets back to Starke or next yeir to have your

=. frequently as'he's actively involved in developing the Lakewood planned !r 'i ; next I'ick family reunion.phone and ,

E unit development on Crosby Lake. When Arch Thomas is a part of your R I have up now.your,

team, you're going to have a special commitment to Starke. w""a" w4 p tT

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f: I t The visit ,
\' ,J Starke in midsummer !% year ago we made the start with many misgivings and broiled or roasted on the foregone conclusion. the best orange and pear groves\ in the i, 1'l'Hello

y 'was recorded in the July iii. "MB sue not knowing whether we were to sidewalk. That there was to be a pro- State are to be found in this county=
Again, we thought of taking a mall ,;
I t rd''Sunny South, published in Atlanta
"; (ia, armor along with us to protect us Starke is the most important (town '" 't "
from the insects which devour! all in the county, and if you would consult ? ',

I The writer embarked on his trip to \ human beings who have a hardihood her citizens, they would tell you it is "::11"" '- .. ,..'" .' 1"
\1 to venture into that torrid latitude.The the town the State, "
I Florida with considerable misgivings ..' most important in
expecting to be scorched by the water would scald us, while a for that is the way they feel about it.

: heat and eaten alive by insects and ", ,",, chill would be lurking at every corner We think it a good sign to see people
alligators The following description .. ,; ready to throw a wet blanket over love their town. We know of no com

of his visit to Starke indicates that he us. munity more cultured and refined, or

was pleasantly surprised ," more social and given to marked and
Now, the truth of the matter is,
thoughtful hospitality to strangers
these ideas are all The heat
I STAKKK.: FLORID wrong. in
than the people of Starke.
good
'. Florida is but little, if any greater
For the first time inour fife have than in Middle Georgia, and certainly The place is improving rapidly and

paid a visit to Florida in the summertime .. no greater on the same kind of land hopes in time to become a railroad
We are glad we went, as the trip
the glare of reflected heat making
center One of the most! sensible and
had
I dispelled some false ideas we in the differenceThe .
nights are perfectly needed improvements of the town Is
relation to that State. and for very delightful. During a of several
stay
the Starke Institute, presided over by
said aboutit.
many ugly things we have weeks here,not a night has passed but Prof. Geo. C. Looney. a distinguished
we apologize with our hat off <, we were trifle more comfortable fora educator of Georgia, assisted! by able

Feared Alligators little cover The water though helpers in every department
much warmer than ours is good

: tasted, and after a few days sojourn, We had the pleasure of attendingthe
relieves thirst The insects are bad, recet.t commencement of this

,. .' but we have! seen them as bad in school and think it the equal of any we

Atlanta have visited in The exerciseswere
years.
:, :, : :, "I ; Again the impression with us was enlivened with much real good

E. 'D' IT' .O.I,"K',1"A'LIS,/ that the country l is perfectly wwIhless music by the pupils of Prof. W., F

: c r : ,, ," except to bear a little fruit. Seals who has charge of the music

.41t 0 < ,- when the truth is, we have here the department Calisthenics and other
finest gardens I ever saw, while in branches are taught by Miss Jame
front of the house in which I am staying Looney daughter of the President.She r
is a patch of five acres of corn thatI is a young lady of noble presence
Never Discountourne Vote am satisfied will yield over 50 and fine attainments, and the exhibi-

bushels to the acre tion in her department made us thinkof Dolly!
some of the fine things we hate

This, Bradford County, has It substratum witnessed at Ward's Semtacy; and
record will far better than
be
i With the First Primary America went to war wj
election date only ten days that. !Mexico in 1846 after the U.S. tilizers,and in a few years a farm can but Dolly (l.amb
be made itch Much attention is being The night entertainments Toadies, Kiting plans to wear an f'qually"fa..hinnable"
away. Florida voters have an The most Senate approved a Declaration outfit to enter the
tragic singlefact paid to agriculture in this county. and the grand concert and the crowning of <<
important decision to make about voting in the U. S. of War by one vote. Con- we have seen some really good farms the May Queen were all good and "Hard Times" costume contestat

whether or not to go to the is that, despite! being the gress also approved the with gad growing crops on them gave pleasure to a large attendance. the bemorratic<< Political Rally
7. Success to the school and its management : Saturday night at the football
polls on September oldest major democratic, military draft in 1941 by one
vote Glad to say as usual, some of the and to all the big hearted, stadium.
popularly-elected represen best farmers in the county came from whole-souled" people of Starke. Dolly appeared in the above

Unfortunately, far too tative government in the old Georgia Fruit raising is by no -W. B. S.CORRECTION outfit as she sang "I !Must Have

many will opt to stay home world we have proportionately In 1962, Maine, Rhode Been a Beautiful Baby" in a

and watch the results on less people participating Island, and North Dakota all Starke Rotary Club Minstrel<<

television -- results which in elections than in the elected governors by a : bark In the 1940. Needless to say,

did not determine rest of the free world," margin of one vote per Dully "brought down the house"
they help To err is hurTMn. is also sometimes embarrassing with her vocalizing.The .
because they were "too Secretary of State George precinct A picture reprinted last week from a 1960s political rally incorrectly

busy" or too indifferent to go Firestone pointed out in apreelection identified Fonzo. Prevatt,-one-limp State legislative candidate, as Fonzo Democratic Committeeis <<
the this And the power of one vote Grufis, a long ago resident of Lawtey i offering 1100 in prizes (25
to message
polls.In We apologize for the error. each for the best (or worst
sometimes has terrifying
week.
Although not true in this case, newspaper errors can sometimes be fun- man's woman's, boy' or girls
this respect, however, results: ny to the readers, as well as embarrassing to the edItor. costume worn to the Kallv.
Bradford voters traditionally In Florida during the last For instance there was the famous case of the obituary of an old warhorse -

have a better record of turn- 18 years, statewide elections Adolph Hitler, a man general< who was described by the writer 88 i 'a battle-scarred"

the have shown a consistent and whose evil destiny resulted in veteran.
at the
ing polls than FORESTRYIN
up the editor's when the article
substantial decline in voter Imagine chagrin appeared in print
the and death of
state and national persecution "
averages.In describing the deceased as "a battle scared veteran
the First Primary of 1980 participation, from 58 per- millions of helpless victimsin The next week, after numerous telephone calls and letters, the editor

Bradford voted 72 percent of cent voter turn-out in the Europe, was elected headof hastened to print an apology, explaining what he really meant to say II IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy

its registered voter strength, first primary for Governor in Germany's fledgling Nazi was that the deceased was 'a bottle scarred veteran" After that the David W. Norton

1960 to only 34 percent turn- editor probably left town. :Bradford County ForesterIf
and in the General Electionof party in 1923 by a single vote.
that the out in the same election in
total turnoutwas
year,
1978 Bradford County'stotal you as a landowner in this county -
Although registration
82.2 percent. You can'tget have a few idle acres which
much better than that. by comparison, was books for the upcoming If C'4.' are not sure what to do with, here you is
58.3 percent. have LETTERS" '- ---
primary 4WeJe'ction1s some information which help
._ .may. ,
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Averages in the off-year already close'and it is too "you, deride,
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elections, 'such as this, are The Secretary of State late to qualify to cast .J r L. .lr. .; :An. .. c'o:' riJ/ r ):+ IQ::Ye Jent

not quite that high, but are points out.that over 200 jears>> youri r7 Open Letter to School Board ., Carter signerf Public Law: Alt
:'I'i i\..yote on September:7 and October -
which included reforestation tax
the religious" leader a
ago
still well above state and national 5 still ,
John admonishedthe youcan qualify incentive proposal as an amendment.
Wesley, From School Patron
] averages. In Florida, to vote in the General Election Lawtey This amendment allows for a 10 percent -
for instance, the 1980 General people to "act as if the on November 2. Qualify tax credit, plus 7-year amortis

Election brought out only whole election depended on ing for the General Election Enclosed please find a letter that I sionalism for political favor. It is 01>- atom on 1 the first $10,000 of reforestation -

53.6 percent of the voting age your single vote/' and, as will continue until have sent to our local school board vious from the treatment accorded expenses each year.
history clearly shows it just 7pm. members. It is my sincere hope that Charles Hall that it is unforgivable togo
population, while the turnout Saturday. Oct. 2. you will find room in your letters to against a person or system of The new reforestation incentive
The record is clear
in Georgia was only 43 per- might. : the editor to print this letter. power regardless of right or wrong of principally. benefits small and

cent. American Never underestimate the There are many parents In Lawtey the opinion of that person or system. medium sized landowners.- ,, "
Six presidentswere that are deeply appreciative of the effort Too often educators look upon our The following is examplhow
According to current pro- placed in office by only power of one vote, and if a put forth by Charles Hall in the children as masses and not in the new reforestation\ an incentive uoald(

jections only about 20 per- one electoral vote, or by one candidate you favor or an educating of our children. I am one, dividuals. But, these precious individuals work: ., :) 'naHol i
cent of all voting Flori- vote cast in a handful of elec- issue you support is ever and would like those parents with need to be regarded as such
age
children attending the high school to and special attention when warranted If a timber) owner spoiiltjo; Mffor
defeated by one vote be given
tion One vote also sure
dians will go to the polls in precincts. know that they. are fortunate to have The effort required is great ref orestatjon., (fotj.\xafl'il! t 1te-:)
the September 7 and October saved President Andrew not to have it on your conscience him there. and time consuming. Charles Hall twrVffteW seeM 4n'' { iffjp'ts'Dor! ;' \

5 primaries. It is safe to say Johnson from impeachmentin that the one vote that Janet M Starling gave this to the children,here in and tools inilurtinRT\ egrffclatlor"of

that Bradford County's 1868. lost the election was your's Mr. J. T. Parrish Lawtey >f f I If"\- q : ,plilhtlit, n'!!
'se- ipmeiltUst'Wgi'n'cel''V rt 1IJ'J90r
Bradford County School Board "WITCH HUNTS" don't belong in t 1 of st
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Rt I, Box 603 Lake Butler thes century This is America I f Our qAi\i{,{. 't"o(E6r ti C?111'! \a e arqf
I The Great Florida Desert9Fourteen forefathers laid down their.Jives! that the investmentm ;&Hnl! e ttifti.
RE; Charles Hall we may live a freer people! with 1 ; '
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Dear Mr Parrish: freedom of speech Charles Hall has a 'l3nao/ i114'T lhen'oriosdventie t" -r'fIi; Ir t.
right to freely and without restraint
environmentalgroups River Water Management river like the St. Johns can For several months now I have voice his opinions against a system if 4 q'lnt1; (' '4181
have attacked the additional load of been heanna rumors from various he believes it in each of the sur'c'efS q\ S.
to off not into
levy
District carry a heavy is taking consideration "' '
factions of that thereis r'one-fclU eehthtt'!; fi e
our community ;1n< ; ,
W'rem
Reagan administration's actions taxes for the purpose of buy- waste, and has been doing it discontent among our elected the best' interest of our last year: I. '.. <
children. No school system and its :sslsW mmoT bns
toward loosening en- back these former for water
High moves
ing years. school officials as to the integrity and
policy is so perfecUhat it cannot beimproved
!
vironmental restrictions in wetlands and attempting to the waste and does it fast professional ability of Charts Hall to upon. 2S ft t'h@fetigiMditihv'' ih.dnt"l 1 ther'9'P18rt'sPallonit'hlits1Wfds '

the development of mar- restore them.Conditions But low water causes the perform as an educator in our school It's iime'to forget "nit' .picking and / property. NP. q) .Ouahfyintf trr;idorcqualifytng4lintie'4' -
Therefore I feel compelledas
shlands, low-lying coastal movement to be slow and system. concerned, with a get .down to, the important ues. ) rry: 9'aefftied"iis/
parent
a :
very 'h"ld.nt
areas, and other wetlands are even worse dilution to be reduced, con- high regard for and keen interest in Allow Charles Hall Isis "due process." property,. .'
which play a vital role inFlorida's along the Kissimmee River centrating pollution in less quality education to speak on this Then. let him get'on with the Job he timber irt*significant i *bUrinM stir t

precariously and the vast reaches of the water and resulting in fish matter has been trained and educated- to do ,'leasl'nneacre... )'' 33a v> Viw '1JIrt
teach, advise and counsel'ourchildren -'. .' "' i 'I' 'H: "Up
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balanced environment.One Everglades, which are tak- kills. I have lived in Lawtey for 17 years I believe[ he Is a good and As many know, the private ,,roi-

ing a beating that may never During these 17 years I have had a strong influence on oUr children. My industrial landowners hold abttut,<. 5per.cent
of the most accurate be able to be corrected. As if these troubles weren't child attending Lawtey Elementary child will be a better person becauseof oj Florida's \1 m\lItnlba'res

prophets of Florida's present engineering madea already enough to deal with, School continuously. Because of this I his contact with Charles.HaU,In ,of comma. eialJw45tMbffa. M N#>aver
Misguided have had the opportunity to know the South-41albelffi"tQIlrnhP! { ? forest
and future water troubles is the Reagan administration Lawtey I am looking forward tohis
ditch of the wide and land at, of i
thq rate millionacres
great each of the principals during these 17 being at the high school to continue a
an independent ecologist, Art shallow Kissimmee River recently reduced the role of years and feel qualified to rate their this influence in the next few year due to 'failure,of the small landowners -

Marshall], who notes recentlyin that runs from near the town EPA (Environmental Pro- quality of concern and interest in our Janet M.Marling ,to replant after harvests.

a "Sports Illustrated" interview tection Agency) in oversee- children. I have had many occasionsto '
of Kissimmee to Lake Lawtey,Fla. Yes ,but; what other than this new
that the world's Okeechobee. The broad, ing dredge and fill permit applications request conferences and it is my incentive program could entice me to
Hall 4-II Needs
Charles
belief that was You
greatest deserts are locatedin river of thus changing the sincere plant pine trees on my property' An
vegetation-filled far the most interested and concerned
by
the same latitude as South acted as a system of checks and about the education and You Need 4-H! investment in planted pines could
former once
Florida, and it worries him. purifier years for a small amountof balances set up by the Carter welfare of our most valuable asset, Club support is one of the most Im- supply projected for you 14 a 22 periodic per cent income return anda

administration to protect our children. Charles Hall strove at factors to a successful club
Now the straight- portant throughout a 20 to 30 year growth cy
Residents of North Florida banked sewage.canal fails to handle wetlands from commercial all times to encourage and foster a and, unfortunately one of the most cle. Demand for raw forest productsis

often take only a casual in- increased development and exploitation. good relationship between parent, neglected. projected to double throughout. the
terest in the problems of arid purification for an teacher and administration his first Support is one thing that a club cannot U S. by the turn of the century.
and foremost concern being that of
im-
burden of sewage Where a do without. Besides, can you
areas to the south with the vast sheet of surface water the child I was never made to feel agine one person trying to be So, if you have recently harvested
In the meanwhile in-
smug attitude that "It can't covered the Evergladesand an like a paranoid parent Charles Hall's manager, project leader, recrea- timber from your property or have a

happen here"...or can it? Apparently once creasing number of interest was never superficial tional director and refreshment few idle acres, an investment in
it is already star- provided heavier rainfallby sinkholes, dry lake beds and Charles Hall has worked diligently supervisor for an entire club? It just planted pines may be what you are
there is nowa with our community resources in isn't fair. .
evaporation, streams water and seeking.If
polluted
ting to happen, with the con- prairie with the cons- regards to the improvement of our What is fair M that everyone involved -
dusty fish kills continue to plague
tinued disappearance of of fires in the school grounds and improving parent- does a little to get the Job done.The you desire more information on
tant danger
wetlands over the entire all areas of the sfate.' teacher relationships saying, "a little goes a long way" is the new tax credit, planted pines, or,
dried-out muckProlonged certainly true in 4-H club work. an investment feel
please
state analysis
It seems a sad state of affairs when
I Already we are beginningto entrusted with the educa- Supervising some youngsters througha free to contact the County Forester's

The St. Johns River is in sub-normal] feel the effects of the loss the tion people of our children allow themselves project book, providing Office at (904) 964-6280, extension 219.

trouble due to the draining of rainfall in recent years has of vital wetlands. Talk about to be drawn into a "WITCH HUNT" refreshments, or just being at a club
all to
help.
"The Great Florida] Desert" doubt on a persons meeting are ways Secretary of State
its wetlands for agricultureand made prairies of many North so bent on casting what Bradford County is blessed with a
may seem exaggerated now integrity that they forget they Will Visit Starke
other commercial Central Florida lakes with great number of talented eager
elected to do. It is an outrage
but stranger things have were people waiting to put their Thursday 1:00 P.M.
developments. Now there is consequent increased pollution and insult to the intelligence of a com- young y
work In 4-H. It would be a
minds to
an effort by the St. Johns of lakes and streams. Amate happened. munity when a teacher's position
shame to turn them away. Our cur- Secretary of State George
depends on his open political Not to mentionthe supportof rent leaders need your help to make Firestone will bring his campaign for
a superintendent. their best in 4-11.Can re-election to Bradford Thurs
of being a behind the this year yet you County

t I : scenes necessity"Yes Man." It is educators deeply sad- help information.4H? Call 964-6280 ext. 224 for more day Commission with a room meeting of the in the courthouseat County

dening that competent are Is open to all without regard to 1:00 p.m. The public Is Invited to
f Some expert Asti that coffee n second only to petrol turn as the world's largest punished because they and are unable to race, color,sex or national origin. meet with Mr. Firestone at this time.
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Wanda Atwood. I and Doug Reddish & \:)Od Supper Eastern Aug.Star 28


I Married Aug. 7 in Methodist ChurchWanda The' Social Side Starke Chapter No. 224 Order of

I the Eastern Star, will have a covered
dish supper, Saturday, Aug. 28, at 7
Jean Atwood daughter of GlaJyi Mooty Of j TheNews/ p,m. in the Masonic Hall.
trro J. C W.-nn. <-f Koyrlone Heights All Masons and their families are
and Richard Atwood of Cape Cod Society Editor Invited to attend.
Mass and Douglas E. Reddish, son of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish of Starke Dance School
were united In marriage Saturday 964-7608 !
Aug. 7 at 7:30: p.m. in the First United 0 O TO RESUME
Methodist Church'with Rev. Warren
Langer performing the nuptials.
Centering the altar was an arch Library Offers Genealogy Course I c" Fall
candelabra flanked on either side by
two large urn arrangements of white Classes
gladiolus and mixed pastel flowers to \Have you ever considered climbing To reserve your place in class call "
match the attendants' gowns. your family tree? the library at 46400.() Additional A Begin
Throughout the choir loft and altar Genealogy is a fascinating hobby, class meetings are Sept. 20 and
were numerous large decorator and who knows, somewhere in your possibly Sept. 27. f.
plants such as ficus trees, palms and aK ancestry may lurk an Indian Due to space limitations this class Aug. 30
ferns. Also there were various .. princess, a horse thief, or a con will be offered on a sign-up basis. The
candelabras with federatesoidier class will be limited to the first ten '
burning tapers. Y 3:45
Down the center aisle were To assist t those persons interested in people that call and register. If pin
markers with single candelabras pew "t ; :. rcsearcing their family history the enough interest is shown, the same '- (I'l, l,
4 r"p. Bradford County Public Library will class will be offered again in
(hurricane l;:..nps) with flowers and $ ; S -
bows. ;( --;-. offer a course in genealogy research November. Register Anyday after 4:00:
Presenting "a" essentials in September The first Please note that this class is for
a program of nuptial
music were Kristy Johns, organist, < class will meet Monday, Sept. 13, those with no prior experience ingenealogical at the Armory in Starke 1
Bill McRae Michelle I from 6 to a p.m. at the library. research.
Martin and 1! .. Dorothy SalazarPresenting
Merrie Shoemaker, soloists
Stan Reddish attended his brotheras ,
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best man. Ushers were Tommy :, \.
Reddish, brother of the groom, 'j Unemax.
Donald Reddish, Wade Winkler and '' ,
Ricky Johns. John Ryan Reddish, a
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cousin of the groom, was ringbearer. f service wrtft :1
Margaret Smith served as maid of .. movie :
honor. She wore a pale lavendar off- :. v: The 24 hour .
the-shoulder double flounce, chiffon r ,JfJ,
gown over satin. In the back was a choice of movies.'Over ..
matching double flounce creating a different
bustle effect. All the attendants wore 4
wide brimmed hats pinned up on one
side with silk flowers In the same color _
as their gowns. She carried a white \ \
lace fan with a spray of lilac

miniature carnations with baby's , :
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breath and streamers. "u.- -

Attendants were Robin Fowler, .. L aA1 ,Yw ,,
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;sister of the bride, Kim Parker, Lorie 1
Edwards and Kay Friis. Their gowns j
and hats were identical to the honor { I
attendant except in shades of green j
blue, pink and apricot. They carried
white lace fans with sprays of carna- .4j A 1
tions of various pastel colors to match _' jlwtir
their gowns. I
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Heather Fowler and Dana \ :- ) !

Deromedi, nieces of the bride, were Mr.and Mrs. Douglas Reddish .... -, ". .. !' 1 ,
flower girls. Their'gowns were identical Ii( ,
to the attendants except In greeted at the door by Mrs. Joan Chit- Mrs. Mike Reddish, Mrs. John A. !'>.' ,' ..
yellow. They wore yellow daisy ty and Ricky Atwood. Mrs. Stan Red- Reddish, Mrs. Glen Reddish Mrs. '. .. ,
wreaths on their heads and carried dish kept the guest book. Lee Casey, Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs.
small baskets of pastel petals. Centering the food table was an arrangement Joe Cissy, Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. S.
of mixed pastel colored G. Denmark, Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs.
The bride,given in marriage by her flowers. Around the edge of the food Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. J. E. Denmark,
father, Richard Atwood, wore a long table, cake and punch tables were Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs. Bobby
gown of sheer white organza. Her garlands of springeri.! Around the Biggs and Mrs. Jack Waterhousc.
face was framed by a charming cake table were pastel flowers along Mrs. Linda Johns directed the wed-
heart-shaped Queen Anne neckline. with springer! and the punch tables ding.
The fitted bodice was covered with were decorated the same. On the food
chantilly lace and pearls and had full table as well as the cake table were Following a five-day wedding tripto ++ .
length bishop sleeves. A panel of three branch silver candelabra with Freeport in the Bahamas the cou-
chantilly lace accented the skirt burning tapers. Throughout the ple is residing in Tallahassee. ,
front. The back of the skirt fell into a clubhouse were ficus trees and hang
frothy cascade of tiered ruffles and a ing baskets of various ferns. j)1J I .
Chantilly border completed the gown Mrs. Kitty Hartley and Miss Jewel The bride graduated from Keystone Sfl, ..did J a ''' .cIV. .,1 ", .' : .' '.
hemline. Her veil was attached to a Hartley of Jacksonville, aunts of the Heights High !,'fhooltfM 4s employed ;iI'.' 6 Il.. t --..;..."".CO "I, n c II \:J.l'
white wide-brimmed hat that had bride, and Mrs. Randy Johns and by State Farm thsUrance\ Co. in r. I
white flowers pinned to the side. She Tallahassee. :, J, ;;. ,
Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. of Starke I \
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carried cascade of phalenopsis or- 1 .' \. _
a cut the four layer, colonade cake. .\ ,
tn''pld l baby's breath,..ivy'and'feht. .Mr KedOish taduated\ from Ilsid- i 111' '
stephanotis ? Assisting were Miss Lorna Leisure, 1
Mrs. Sad Crawford,*Mts."Vidkie: t;,* 'ford' High Schoofalia Santa Fe Community t.O'r.?

A reception was held in the Starke Gaines,Mrs. Darlene Deromedi,Mrs. College and isc, rrently atten" Y,1r', dil
Woman's Club where guests were Jim Reddish, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, ding Florida State University.Ferrell ;. :J l If.; _

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50) movies each month. Family .scheduling..V Movie choice, not duplication.
I Reames and Harry Collier Wed July 31 Cinemdx is the cable TV service with with the whole f.imily, in mind. Movies that ire shorn heiause they're ,
over 51)) different movies each month. Children's movies at children's hours the/ kind nf movies other<'hanm'lsusually
Everything: from classics to contempo 1 dmilymovirsatfnmdyhiars.Mnrradult. dun'Ishowsnyaugrtmommovie, (
l. fiaaUaadnrwdYMerAeeeAllt .IJ 4
The'First Christian Church was the 1 I raries. All uncut and uninterrupted. oriented, movies at more adult hours. i Imii,e and less movie (lupin'
setting for the July 31,8:45: p.m. mar Help Fight
riage of Ferrell Reames, daughter oft
"'Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Thomas Starke MuscularDystrophy I 0 : )t
to Harry Collier of Starke, son of Mrs. r Y tc"N "
,Re.ba Collier and the late Everett Col-
r
9 I erof, .Dover, Fla. O. D. Giles, Our difference is our movies:
ministet.flf PIC Church of Christ, per- Bar-B-Que .
formed? the nuptials.' .",.
,,', The altar was centered with an arch Chicken Dinner
.?,panI ed.hY) "white fence entwined ai'
-.wllq, fern and blue and plnk.carna- t. Saturday, August 28

(,Ajons'.anddaisies tatanuspndpeJms.: } balanced. by" candle, .. I. 9 am 6 pm CALL TODAY! CINEMAX IS AVAILABLE IN:

,I.', ,Presenting/a/, program ofnuplal, \ $'m '4 +ttyllfI. elf, ,.
,,music were, Billy, Johnsonpianist, I ii'1 \ /fl l I ts,l. Ma we-1...IM+aaAlne Starke, Florida
DavidHarper and .Mrs.,,Billy .
.KMrs '
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: Johnson,, ' served es bestman. 1'I"
Jimmy Brigman,
edt "(
Ushers were Woodrow Kitler & of Madison-Waters 964-6308
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and Tommy Wetzel. ,., .f. $3.00 Donation I I .. ,.
attended If your commuoty.anotoeietlcaoyowiaraCaboTVCnmr.! '" '' / :C''ma. ": '" .r,1O n.m. "d.ehi
grit Mnkrj.Keltlo.rthrup, as II .. .. ,, .
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; < ( l Cable TV and salaried' apartment Du>ia bmatronof honor,She wore a.green Mr.and Mrs. Collierfhe'bride N!'IIUU'lIill.illlllJln.1111' DIIIUI''! -- -r
,"Igor (ength gown with chiffon cape M 'V Harry
.andearned,( nosegay, ofplnk,, .,and '' '
.,whit*,,carnations and rosebuds., : 'is a'Vl959: 'graduate of
Attendant .were. Mrs. Stuart Bradford CountyHigh, School.
r m Wishart, who wore a floor length,turquoise Mr;Collier graduated,from Turkey .
blue gown with empire Creek High School in Dover, Fla.,and
'"waistline' and Mrs. Tommy Harden- Is presently employed at the Pantry A good man
brook,.who wore a pink, floor length Pride Meat Dept., Starke. .
gown with cape sleeves and the
neckline and sleeves were decoratedwith Mrs. w. B. Mundy,
pearls They carried nosegays
similar to the honor attendant. Celebrates Birthday:
Debbie Johnson was flower girl and At,Two Parties doingaA
wore a light green silk gown with lace
trim and carried a basket of flowers ''Mrs. W. B. (Leila) Mundy
to match. Adam Moeley was ring- celebrated her 75th birthday over the s

,bearer. weekend at two parties.On .
The bride, given In marriage by Saturday, a covered dish lun- .3
Tommy Hardenbrook, wore a sky cheon was given for her at her good 9) 9 i

blue scoop, floor neckline length decorated polyester gown with hand witha Those Kingsley from Lake out-of-town home by 34 were relatives.Mrs. ... # :,!

sewn pearls at the neck and empire Neal Goss, Jr. of Panama City, Col. ,
waist with matching waist length and Mrs. Lee French of Umatilla.
chiffon cape. Her hand sewn head- Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steel and Mr. and '
band with blue daisies entwined with Mrs. Mike Kotch of Tampa Mr. and j''
pearls secured her waist length mat- Mrs. Bud Monk. Mr. and Mrs. Harold KEEP'
,ching veil.She carried an old fashioned Monk, St., Mr and Mrs. Harold I
nosegay of pink, white and blue Monk, Jr. and Mr and Mrs. Frank
carnations,daisies and red rose buds. Walters of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.
She wore diamond earrings and matching Frank Lukens of Eustis, Mrs. Jinx 1 1I 1I I
necklace.A Klzzair of San Antonio, Texas, afl..d I
reception was held in the church their families.
Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Sandra Mosley Mixed summer flowers and a cake
,kept the guest book. centered the buffet luncheon table.
The brides table was covered with a .-......
white linen cloth and centered with a U
four-tiered pillared wedding cake On Monday evening, a group of 40 f
decorated with blue roses and topped friends gave a Dutch treat dinner and
with a bride and groom. Compotesheld birthday party for Mrs. Mundy at
nuts and mints. A crystal punch Western Steer Steak House.
bowl was at one end of the table. Mrs. A beautiful birthday cake centeredthe _
Merren LIzenbee and Mrs. Joe center table of the U-shaped
,Adams. cut the cake and Mrs. Bobby tables and two summer floral arrangements '
Crawford presided at the punch bow were placed on the side WORKING FOR YOU MM IN CONGREPaid
Miss Millie DiCandio assisted., tables. A cluster of balloons hung ,
Following a wedding trip to Silver from the ceiling. for by Fuqua for Congress Committee-Democrat ....,.., '
Springs and Stone Mountain In The party was arranged by Mrs. I ,,,,,'" '
James Barron and Mrs. Louie Bell :> .
Georgia.the couple\is residing at 1696JE.
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Suzanne Simmons and David Pfenniger QUESTION: Who do you elect for State Representative if YO\\

j, want a man who will be truly effective in the Legislature has a

: I Married Aug. 6 in Methodist Church good background and many years of legislative experience is not

controlled by special interests and is HONEST?
.. served at the
r ir"i I nilt-d VMNjdiM Church was an line. the brute wore an ivory punch table.
I I to.. ,pilef..r 'txFnday.Aug Cwed- door length gown with empire waibi Assisting in serving .t'reIrs.. Don
.!, m "t su.drne Simmons wide sleeves and. lace around the Hardenlwook, Mrs. Warren Stevenson ANSWER: JERRY JOHNSON!
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1 i' . t." gxr son of by a friend Jo Stansell She wore an The couple' is residing at 111 E.
v v.. **'' lose '.t Fort heirloom cameo brooch and earned a Washington St after a weekend at St. JERRY
I ". Re Warren Langerter' bouquet of phalanopsis orchids, Augustine and a weeks. canoe trip.stephanotis ,
-.\ J the nuptials and English ivy. The bride has lived in Starke in
A reception was held in the Ihreeyears and is owner of the Second JOHNSON
Fellowship Hall where Phyllis Time Around shop She has cue
Folsom kept the bnde's book. daughter LeleMi \
Thebride'slablewas-rnteredwith Pf I a three tiered wedding take i hIpped j h\'(' %r.j-v i has i two daughters, For Florida House of Representatives (Dem.. Dist.! 21)) .
with white swans and bells Kr" !.'n arc i Fnn. and is a carpenter
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taper. palms and greenerysenttng ..'M.q'. ;,-
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:M. Shoemaker, ptaiut. and Can- "VSitaJ -l Syr
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k Rae. soloists Carolyn {"4100\'a I .,,:'.
read a poem from Suzanne to David
:Mike Howard was. best man. Carl -
and Richard Pfeniuger'were ushers --- f '''' :
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:Mrs Jo Kean snas matron of SWEET'N
honor She *..'".:-c a blue floor I length BUFFERED RIGHT GUARD HERSHEY'S PEPSI COLAS SUGAR SUBSTITUTE FILLER ; .
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She earned a bouquet of BOTTLE OF 100 Rp. 1.49 !-OUNCE Regular 1.7. I
tinted carnations and baby's breath. 09 6 9 e

niger Lesley were' Simmons attendants and Knsten and Pfen-were 99 1 1 29 5 Qc r.' :

goo ned similar to the honor attendant omit 2 Lima .
except in lilac and rose. with matching
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\ellowGiven in marriage( b\Carlton Reed COLGATE 1' "; :n'J REVLON

HYDROCORTISONE CHARLIE Jr.
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Susan Edwards r
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4 bndal shower Friday. Aug 30. at E rt*. ( PRETTY FEET '" .'
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Hostesses were Mrs J, W Griffin, HAIRSPRAY LOTION .\1"J .THEORGAHIZE". ", .
Mrs Louise Harden. Mrs. L. V Har- -OZ. 2 TYPES TABLET ... ..}--U'" DATA CENTE"- _
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Montgomery Mrs D. H. Mon 9 9 e ,' R 2." &,.,<1 e IJ FLEE J CARRY AU ow rt'\oocc r
tgomery. Mrs. R. G. Paterson Mrs. 4 9.., 9 9 YOUR CHOICE: r
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Mrs M. R. Sanders Mrs W. H. Lint i!

Thomson and Miss Stump. NATURES ORGANICS PLUS 3 49 [i
Guests were greeted at the door by SHAMPOO or EPSOM l WILKINSON 'v f
Mrs. Thomson and Moss Stump and CONDITIONER I $
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roses graced the refreshment .' : '" 1 :t" Ji1J.eI. .:iItJny,.,
t table Mrs Tom Duncan and Mrs. JERGENS* j 3-SHELF PLASTICBOOKCASE '" -, .>n? '1Jsbihn;:';: 1'::> ttzi tbe!.
I Glenn MuHms served punch and cake. LIQUID r1*! SARAN 1 ( I ;, r. r ,,'doZn lnotbsz3
Rose corsages were given to Susan SOAP J ... 17.. ... < 'C'l .s..t'-T: n" ni 1800
and her mother The hostesses alsopresented J-OUWCE WRAP t \ s... Ott SCRiPT. 'r'" .z ':>G >>

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I Greg Family Honored at Smokey Bear .Party
Mr, and Mrs Frank Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green and
Mitchell in Thomson. returned Saturday after a
Mrs. Ellen : were family
Mr and Mrs. Greg' Alvarez, whose latter on West Madison Street, side. The punch table was covered Waters Miss Connie Colston, Miss Ga last week visiting Mrs. Nell weeks vacation at Bowling Green.
home was recently destroyed! by fire, Mrs. Waters invited the guests into with a beige lace cloth. Mrs. John Mary Lynn McGee and Miss Connie Rogers Ky and Smokey Mountains.
was honored at a surprise Smokey the party room which was accented Bradley and Mrs. Pate Gassett Moody.
Bear Party given by Mr and Mrs. with silk flowers. poured punch. The hostesses presented the
llarola Coston, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie The tables which displayed the The patio was decorated with hang- honored couple with their wedding
Sellers, Mr and Mrs. Gary Brewer, many useful gifts the couple receivedwere ing baskets and wind chimes. The album and wedding the VOTE for and ELECT
Mr. and Mrs. David Griffis, Mr. and covered with beige lace cloths. refreshment table was covered with a original had been destroyed by the
Mrs. John Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. The refreshment table was covered blue lace cloth and centered with a fire.
Pate Gassclt! Mrs. Gloria Hatcher, with a beige lace cloth. Centering the silk arrangement. Approximately 100 guests enjoyedthe
Miss Janet Montgomery and Mr. and table was an arrangement of silk Assisting in serving were Miss party between the hours of 7 10
Mrs. Wilbur Waters!: at the home of the. Dowers with burning tapers on each Stephanie Sellers, Miss Deanna P.M. LES WHITEHEADFor
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I Upcoming Events

Carrie EdwardsTo Woman's Club
Air Park
BaptistHomecoming
Celebrate90th Executive BoardTo

Pathfinder Club Set BirthdayA Meet

Air Park Church will have -
Baptist For
To Have RegistrationThe homecoming Sunday Aug. 29. Dinner surprise birthday party will be The first meeting for the '82-8J: Executive County
will be served and there will be sing- held on Sunday, Aug. 29, for Carrie Board of the Starke Woman's
Starke Pathfinder Club will be ing after the dinner Edwards at Kingsley Lake Community Club will be held Wednesday, Sept. 1, Commissioner
having its annual registration Everyone is invited. Center, celebrating her Kth) birth- at 12 noon at the Western Steer Steak .
Wednesday night, Sept. 8, at 7 P.M. at day, House. All members are urged to attend -
1609 W. Madison Street, across from The Fralicks Refreshments will be served l from 2 J District 2
Roy
the Pine Forest Apartments to 6 p.m. Ht'lalives'and friends are ,: ;
Pathfinders is a Christian young To Celebrate20th cordially invited to attend. a At
peoples organization for both boys t County Large
and girls. Anniversary Did You Know..,.. ..... i

The honor club badges goes on camp-outs similar to, workson Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fralick of Kerry DeWitt of Newport Richey is Mr and! Mrs Don Patray and Mr.
scout
badges in quite a few different areas Lawtey will celebrate their 20th anniversary visiting his grandparents, Mr. and and Mrs Gary Brewer and children L VOTESept.
such as crafts and nature. Wednesday Sept. 8, at aparty Mrs. G. S. Brown for two weeks. I'ntlhe weekend at Palm Coast,
for the ...
family given by their
Young J people: aged 10 to 15, are invited children.
to join. For more information
call the club director at 782-3464 after Evening ClassesWill tk 7
6P.M. Pine Level Baptist

Announces Homecoming begin on August 30, 1982, for the Fall

Service Sept. 12 Semester You may register at any time. For Les

Subjects being offered in the evening are:
Rev Don Ramsey, former pastor of
Pine Level Baptist Church will be the Adult Basic, Bookkeeping, Typing, High School
Back to School guest speaker for the homecoming
Review, Sewing, Farm Coop., Air Cond.-
Disco Danced PlannedThe service, September 12.
Rev. Ramsey is now on the staff of Heating, Truck & Bus Mechanics, Math,

Concerned Citizens of Bradford First Baptist Church of Ft. Worth Welding General Shop. and raised in Bradford County
0 Born
County will a free barbecue Texas, and also serves as President of
sponsor
Saturday August 28, beginning at 2:30: North Texas Baptist College a For Further Information and Class Schedules 0 Interested in Bradford County affairs
p.m. A free "Crab-eating" will beginat ministry of that church. He and his Please Call
Active member at Emmanuel Baptist
5:30 p.m. wife,Shirley, will be in both the morn-
This will terminate the activites of ing and evening services. The Bradford-Union Area e Will appreciate any suggestions on better
Following a tradition of many
"Come-Together 1982.
Day
Sandwiches will be served from the years, homecoming day will include Vocational-Technical Center service for Bradford County
kitchen at R. J. E. Complex.A Bible preaching special" music and Your Vote & Support will be Greatly Appreciated
Back-to-School disco will start at "dinner on the grounds. 964-6150 PD POL ADV
Pastor Alvarez and the people of
8 p.m. and end : .m. in the
gym. It will be supervise Pine Level Baptist Church extend an
The entire community is cordially invitation to all friends and former
invited. members to share this special day
with them.
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Senior High Youth ,

Enjoys OutingLast i
BIRTHSLauren '
Friday evening, the senior
high youth of Pine' Level Baptist
Church enjoyed an evening InJacksonville neyaviiigRH
that included dinner at 9 !
Duffs Smorgasborg and two rounds of Paige GrahamW. lL. i{ fy /a, .
Putt Putt Golf + .
The young people were chaperonedby H. (Hank) Graham HI,and Lin-
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and da Graham of Phoenixville, Pa.;an- -
Pastor and Mrs. Roman Alvarez. Of- nounce the.r birth-flof\ ajdaughter; ... r eftJence 9:
ficial winners in the golf tournamentwere Lauren Pai'eborn Aug. 18 ''In*! z. -.AH J3 .
Eddie Tennant, first place rib- Philadelphia.She joins a sister,Alicia
bon; Derek Alvarez,second place rib- Marion. '
bon; and Randy Alvarez, third place Paternal grandfather is W. H. m a tli behind
ribbon. Unofficial winners for eatingthe Graham, Jr. of Starke. Maternal
most were Ronald Davis and John grandparents are Bill and Marion pros
Hutchins, who tied for first place. Melham of Philadelphia, Pa.
Special recognition goes to Connie
Moody and Tammy Volkots for being Kenneth Karl Hannah
the two prettiest girls there and an Ibis
honorable mention for John Tinslerfor Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hannah of symbol.
staying awake during the whole Starke announce the birth of a son,
evening. Kenneth Earl, born Aug. 15 in St. Vin-
cent's Hospital. .
Maternal grandparents are Mr, and .i\ .
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Mrs. Earl Peterson of Jacksonville.
The Jimmy Scotts Paternal grandparents are Mr. and "
Host a Coffee Mrs. Robert Hannah of Starke. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Scott of"' Jonathan SherwoodBill .. ,
coffee last Thursday t
Lawtey hosted a I .
evening, Aug. 19, introducing Mrs. and Marcia Sherwood of ..
Judy Becker, District I candidate for Snowflake, Ariz. announce the birthof .' dt<:,
Bradford County School Board. a son. Jonathan born Aug. 17. He .
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l Also attending were Jerry Lawson, joins lour, brothers Steven' Dale, .. .,
candidate for School Board District 5, Matt and Kit." > 3* ; : '

his wife, Patsy, and incumbent Rep. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and FPCS WWI ,.
Frank Williams who is seeking re Mrs. Earl Jones of Starke. Paternal

election. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ; .
Mrs. Becker, as well as the other Sherwood of Taylor, Ariz. PRODUCTS PROGRAM
candidates, gave insightful answersto ;,
pertinent questions asked.: s' N -.t.,';,'
Brandy Nicole Wilkinson i.
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Alan and Rebecca'"Wilkinson of '
Clay Hill announce the birth of a :'1. ,ii";r'1 ,
Angle AndrewsShower daughter Brandy Nicole, August 12, /1 .,..,,.'
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HonoreeMiss in Orange Park Hospital. '
She joins a sister, Tela Diane, aged "
Angie Andrews was honoredat 2.
a bridal shower Thursday, Aug. 19, Paternal grandparents are Mr. and I
in the Fellowship Hall of the Starke Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson of Clay Hill. ? ; .
Church of God with Mrs. Betty Maternal grandparents are Mr.and x s
Morgan and Miss Donna Brantley as Mrs. R. V. Durrance of Hampton ....
hostesses. Lake and Harold Skeen of Starke.
The hall was decorated In the
bride's colors of pink and burgundy. Shannon La'Ree Brooks
Wedding bells were hung throughoutthe
room In the colors of pink and Art and Kathy Brooks of Makaha,
white. The refreshment table was Hawaii announce the birth of a
covered with a white lace cloth over daughter Shannon La'Ree, born Aug.
pink linen and centered with a huge 15 at Tripler Hospital. The professional contractor or dealer displaying several hundred dollars towards the cost ;

party either sanawicn end were loa huge and wedding flanked. bells on bara Paternal Carr of grandparents Fort Lauderdale are and Bar-Arthur this sign is participating in FPI.sVattViseTI: t an inefficient water heater modified or replace

with pink ribbon streamers. Brooks,Sr. of West Palm Beach: Products Program. with a solar water heater, water heating heat ,

burgundy The punch cloth table under was covered ecru lace with and a Maternal Wainwright grandparents of Starke and are Donald Louise The program consists of four financial incentives pump or heat recovery unit. .

was centered with a crystal bowl of Wainwright of Kingsley Lake. designed to help qualifying customers make their.Solar Film Incentive. FPL will pay up to$150

centered burgundy with punch.a bride The and gift groom table stan-was houses more energy-efficient use less electricity.. towards the cost of having solar-reflective film (

ding under two huge pink wedding Did You Know........... Ceiling Insulation Incentive. FPL will pay installed. This helps reduce air-conditioning costs

bells.The hostesses presented the Mrs. Joe Bula and children, Josh up to $300 towards the cost of having ceiling It's that simple.And that profitable to you.

honoree, her mother Mrs. Sonny Andrews and Brittany,Mrs.Wilbur Waters and insulation installed. For more information about the Watt-Wise
mother, children, Deanna and Matt, Connie
Mrs. Alton and the Nazworth groom-elect, with corsagesas Moody and Amy Lewis spent Tuesdayat .Cooling & Heating Incentive.. FPL will pay Products Program and how to obtain a list of participating .

a memento of the occasion. Wild Waters. up to several hundred dollars towards the cost of dealers/contractors call the Watt-Wise )

having an older air conditioning system or heat Line at 18004326563. (Weekdays 9-5)) $

Alachua Mrs. Rose General McConnell Hospital last entered Saturday pump replaced with a qualifying high efficiency The Watt-Wise Products Program. Another '

for observation and treatment t system. way we're working hard at being the kind of 9

Duplicate Bridge Mrs. fAnnie Woods is a patient in < '. \: Water Heating Incentive. FPL will pay up to power company you want. I

Club ResultsRhea Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. ,
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Johnson .
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daughters Nancy and Jennifer of ,,
were the winning couple at which Duplicate was Atlanta.spent the weekend with her < /'o'. ,, : ...,. .r. .io. ,
Tuesday night .. < ''1;.
Bridge Mrs. A. S. Harrison. ,
Club parents Mrr and 1011; : \
played at the Starke Woman' :: -'r." '! 1jI"
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starting at 7Trtl&Mr and EveMathewson Mrs. Linda Bailes and son, Rex .iI<
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lc Eurat...tl and Mrs. L. M. :\lcCleIIan.r. The Jerry Wadsworth family had as
j ) Mi: J'I: T.OePkK5t1X.tL1 Terry and :Mrs. Fleam Starling attended By Dolores Meng spent Saturday in Jacksonville. Jody 1 p.m.. were so well received that their guest on Wednesday' Curley. ..
with the Michelle
the Starling reunion at the Phone: 468-I915 Lynn group attended they were asked to perform again at 5 Jones of Nashville,Tenn.Curley owns i!!
,. Kiwanis Club Sunday in Ocala National a photo session at the Diamond D p.m.. between the J. Rodrigues and J. Stage Coach VIP in Tennessee fle :_
: Park.Mr. School Opens :Monday Ranch which lasted about 2'z hours at Duncan shows. converts buses for the stars.Hospitalized a
Mrs, O..i&tine Stringer &ad Keven Hampton Elementary SchoolTeachers various places on the ranch The
and:Mrs L. M. McClellan spenta youngsters enjoyed meeting
: I and :N>...<.J. of Panama .ted ,
: ; Qjr. vn week at Travellers CampGround at Jerry Margaret and Jody were In the stars and their band members.The .
(,' her panmls Mr. and Mrs George and personnel will be on Bartxrville on Sunday. There. Jody picture Mrs. Clarence Adkins was admitted of
Alachua and returned home on Mon taking session was thrill.
ll'.ller, Monday and Tuesday, on her hand Monday August 30, to welcome and the Michelle Lynn Show perform. ing also, as well as watching the to North Florida Regional Hospital 'I I
h'rfne after relatives day.On students back ed at Air per Gainesville on Monday. She is a patient ,
way visiting in Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert to school. Classes will an Open Concert starring formances. The "Big Boys" were
in Room No. 334. We wish her a
frrgia.x begin at 8:30 Bus Johnny Rodrigues and
Lee visited their brother Mr. Robert : a.m. schedules are Johnny Dun. very Impressed with the 1
r Jenny Rich spent this week with Whetsel, who is a surgical patient in the same as last year. Good, hot lunches can. Jody's group, who performed at group) younger speedy recovery.
her grandmother Mrs. Daisy B< Baptist Hospital
and her great-grandmother. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Kelly and student.In v.... ig
:Nellie: Wilkinson. order to enter kindergarten,
Robby, of Jacksonville, were .
son
Terry Futch and his son. Dean, of Sunday dinner of their grand- children must be five years old by October -
Jacksonville Beach visited their parents Mr. and guests Mrs.J. D.Kelly.Also 1st. They should have proof of Gasoline Diesel I '
aunt Miss! Elizabeth Terry on Saturday Mrs. George D. Kelly, Jr. and sons, birth age at time of entry. Kerosene ;
afternoon. Children In all
Justin and Brannan, were their dinner grades are required
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ha r dee enjoyed to have up-to-date immunization
a Special dinner in Jacksonvilleon Miss guests Jan on Sunday.Wainwright of records with them or on file at the Pep-O Food Store Gas Station ::

Saturday night to celebrate their Tallahassee spent the weekend with school before entering the ;
thirteenth wedding anniversary.Mrs. her grandmother, Mrs. Truby Wain- classrooms. 620 S Walnut St., Starke ((301 S) .!
Dave and Justin
Kelly sons wright. Planning lay
and Brannan of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. Mildred Lockhart of Jackson- School planning days for faculty
the weekend with her in-laws,Mr. and ville spent the weekend with her son- and school personnel were conducted Pepsi.
:, Mrs. George Kelly, while Mr. Kelly in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. from Tuesday through Friday. ___- Cigarettes
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was in the National Guard. Principal Connie Clark greeted the
L. Wilkison, Jr.
Mr. and MIT TVtbert Lee visited her of staff on Tuesday and announced plans Cola : --
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry
sister Mrs. Robert Whetsel, in Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. for the school year. Donna Samons, a \ $069 .1
Keystone Heights on Friday.Mr. Harold Eunice. Phil Eunice and his Bradford High School graduate and 8 Pk 16 oz /,44 Fresh Carton I
and Mrs. Harold Spaulding, of brother-in-law. Arthur Melvin, of recently graduated from the University 1
Jacksonville, were recent of of (Florida! introduced the /
guests was as
their brother and sister-in-law Mr. Raiford also were their guests.Did $1 .2.9 /
new Special Education Teacher. J BREAD I :
Other teachers are: Kindergarten BuschBeer
I YOU Know........... Cyndee Lawrence; first grade, Jean V /h I
Clark; second grade, Shirley 220oz.Loaves.
Kay Allen and Nancy Grtder of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker and Bagwell; third grade Vicki Powell; Farmbest 'I I.
Starke attended the Beach Boys con- family of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. fourth grade, Mindy McLean; fifth 1"
cert in Destin on Saturday.They were Tillman Hutto of Jacksonville were grade, Claudette Frees; sixth grade, 12 oz Cans 6 Pk
accompanied by Mrs. Ann Thorntonof recent visitors of their sisters. Edna Jim Lewis and Millie Galanos is MILK \ ,99C ,, :
Marietta Ga. Wells and Carolyn Kedgraves. Physical Education teacher; seventh
grade Sandi Sanders TE'3cher'saides / $2 19 :1'

Gloria Mr. and King Mrs.visited R. C. Buford Mike and King Mrs.in Fall Alicia.River Tracy Mass and are Crissy visiting Contois theiruncll' 'of JoAnn are Home Margaret and Dolores Wadsworth Meng., 1 Gal Low Fat $179 ;: .
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School secretary is Lucy Hodges. 12 Cans 12 Pk''
Leesburg on Sunday. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Edward oz e::
School librarian is
Kathryn Brooke. "
Green in Starke, and grandmother Cafeteria workers this are: Ruth 1 Gal Reg. 1.99 FREE Starke Newspaper
year
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Dopson Mrs. Joyce Contois in Hampton for a $4 19 '
entertained Prof and Mrs. Gerald month. Paladino, manager, assisted by Tina with any $3.00 purchase ,
Bennett of Gainesville Saturday even- Woodward and Betty Smith. Sidney I; BAAAAA
ing at the Florida Yacht Club in honorof Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Wright, Sr. Dell is the school custodian.
the Bennett's 20th anniversary, of Starke were recently visiting his \Vadswnrth Family Activities\ a
Jody and Margaret Wadsworth B
mother, Mrs. Flossie Wright and .
Rev. and Mrs. Warren Langer and brother and sister in Elmira, N. Y.;
children were visiting relatives the attended a Wright reunion at Spencer, / ]
last 10 days in Ohio and West N. Y. and visited a daughter in Col- [ 1IEAGLEI'

Virginia. umbus, Ohio. > j gI

Mrs. P. D. Reddish returned
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Wednesday of last week from a weeks ThursdT' \1dsle I
Rev. and
Mrs. Wesley Carver of visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish need a y'pn
Morrisville, Vt. were Thursday, Aug. and family in Pensacola. W :::
19, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. &gaturdayFltda9 a
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Carver. The J. T. Carver family attended R
the reception for Rev. and Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. ( T1y' ....
Mrs. Carver Sunday evening at the Albert Samorisk of Jacksonville who -
Christian Advent Church in Jackson- celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary -
ville. on Aug. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
Samorisky have three children: Mrs. ya
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Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby spent Patty Anders, Starkefro! Joe 0 rwDmen'S k :c s:::=;
last Tuesday to Friday visiting Mr. Samorisky and Mrs. Jeanine Fickl- BWallel S more I ,1 ,' ==
and Mrs. P. T. Nolin in DeFuniak l
Springs ing, both of Jacksonville; two grand-
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Patterson in children Miss Lisa Mitchell of Starke aaY o1 back 10 ':" ?
Montgomery, Ala. and relatives in and Miss Heather Samorisky of lothln4 0 .
t. Ozark, Ala. Jacksonville. Ischo y Y'supP ==
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... Bassmasters Hold
,' '..-" : Special Classic Event I .I


r Mi mMi '"*" ij Our special tournament of the year, with Jody Starling. We headed south oz. It t has certainly. been a W h'l' i 'I
f"'ji---iiiri"- 'Tii'iiiiiiiii'i|| (( ig
: the Classic, was held August 21 on the to a couple of islands where I had I've been in the money and it was
Elect beautiful Suwannee River caught bass before. Jody landed a nice. n I
Jim Senterfitt The Classic is actually two tour nice bass on the back side of one of NOTE: Last article the new club offices "
naments in one it is a
championship these islands.We were announced. Our vice- ?
Florida Senate District 5 for the top 10 bassmasters and also it each landed three bass for the president's last name was not given.
helldqUai'len: is a boat tourney for the same top 10 day, but not all were keepers. The new vice-president is Frank
P.O. Box 966 fr te, and their partners.The As it turned out at the weigh-in, fish Goolsby. My apologies.
1707 Evergreen Ave. S.W. a r tournament began at safe light did not come easily for anyone. A couple Till next month ...... .
Live Oak, FL 32060 and ended at 3 P.M. The event was of bassmasters landed a Suwannee Good Fishln'
held at the Fowler's Bluff landing bass. They are somewhat dif Joe Riggs
This I Is. t 1 south of Chiefland. ferent in appearance from the regular
The day was beautiful with only a largemouth. The mouth is much
Jim Senterfitt in'action of Live Oak, Florida few passing thundershowers to make smaller and the coloration is dif
things interesting. I was again paired ferent.At .
Florida Native Born and raised in DeFuniak Springs. Has lived the weigh-in. Harry Sheffield,
for past eleven years in Live Oak, Flprida. First married to Margaret I t''' Basket Weaving Class from Gainesville, was the winner of
"lagan Senterfitt until she expired. Had three children: Carol Roberts L Set by City Rec. Dept. the Classic. Congratulations on a fine
Marilyn Roberts, and Gwen Senterfitt. Now married to Voncile Bell effort. Jody Starling and I won the
of Branford. Instruction in weaving Apalachian boat tournament, and I landed the Our bachelor Press
melon baskets will be given for three biggest bass, which_weighed 4 Ibs. 4. dent was only James Buchanan.
weeks starting Sept. 14 and 15 at the
Education University of Florida BTS.A: M.A. Starke Rec. Department.

Senterfitt means people representation so they can tend to their Instructor will beGeorgann Horton.
Veteran United States Navy Reserves, World War II. own business Two sets of three-hour sessions will BEAUTIFUL NEW
be offeredone beginning Tuesday APARTMENTS

Teacher Vocational Agriculture at Trenton. Suwannee Hamilton Vocation Technical (Branford). night Sept. 14, from 7-10 p.m. and the NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS!
other beginning Wednesday, Sept 15
from 9 a.m. to noon. Classes will last Orangewood ApartmentsP.O.
Public Servant USDA Soil Conservation Service (Dist. Consv.) approximately three weeks BOX 146
A $20 registration fee will be charged
Farmer Own and operate a tree farm. to pay for materials. Starke, Florida 32091
Interested persons can pre-register
Business Man Real Estate Salesman Agricultural Resource Consultant. through Friday, Sept. 10, in the Rec.
Dept. office at the old armory on N. 1,2, and 3 Bedroom! Apartments featuring central heat
Temple Ave from 8:30: a.m. to noon, and air wall to wall
Church Counselor.leader-Served as Baptist Church Deacon Training Union Director, Sunday School Teacher, and Young. Adult and 1-5 p.m. refrigerator; shag carpeting; drapes; stove and


Proven Leadership.Pre cnt Lt. Governor Florida Kiwanis Divison 26. Past President Live Oak Kiwanis Club. Supervisor CORRECTION For information/Application
Suwannee River Soil and Water Conservation District. Vice Chairman. Suwannee River Resource Conservation Contact: Orangewood Apartments
& Development t Council (Suwannee, Hamilton, Columbia. Lafayette Madison and Taylor Counties). Past Commander In last weeks Telegraph/ Dec and .n'n C/O Tracy Balr. Manager
American Legion Post No.236. Mrs. James Prince were incorrectly Opportunity POBox
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reported as being Dr. and Mrs.James
Jim Senterfitt Gets Things Done. Prince. We certainly apologize for the Starke Florida 32091
Jim Senterfitt has served in the fields helping develop agricultural resources with planning commissions at the planning misprint.
board with development Authorities as well as overseeing project installations with state and local units of governmentto
produce higher yields more income job opportunities and .better way of life in his community. As a legislative
committee-man. Jim Senterfitt has been successful in helping secure legislation for needed programs through the Florida
Legislature.
Highlights of Achievements

1981 Helped secure legislation to strengthen service t tt4
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to Conservation Districts. T'

v 1979 Promoted the Development of Suwannee DRAWDY
County Recreational Park.
1980-71 Chaired Farm City Awards. Program attracting

G EP F2 250-300 people annually.
1970 Played key roll in obtaining first state/county _
e cost/share Soil Survey. -'
1968 Wrote Agricultural Land Use for Jacksonville 'ljaut 7otu7allakaaaur'

1990 Comprehensive Plan. _
1961 Named Outstanding Conservationist by the
Florida Wildlife Federation.

; 1967-51 Guided Levy Conservation District to 4 .
Florida's outstanding District 1959 & 1954. ... STATE
Senlerfltt discussing depressed farm market with Eddy'' Roberts REPRESENTATIVE
of O'Brien Florida. : Democrat: District 21
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Jim Senterfitt has served his internship well-others say they want
to help improve and develop Florida's resources agriculture, and v INTEGRITY LEADERSHIP
Education. EFFECTIVENESS
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F Pd. Pol. Adv Paid lor by Treasurer
.. N Wayne Allen A
Jim Senterfltt has maintained and improved Florida's resources, i ?
agriculture, and Education. s !'"

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Jim t i w irpared g In.the legisl ah' y .. .
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an lode '.71h.. :i1did.--t tlt die.1'I0rid... ....,-$ ...' r

The Big Boys, the special interest groups have their candidatesin : 'NOTICE-i
this race..But those special interest groups always take care of J '
themselves first and last. The people are feeling the effects of these. "
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special interest groups now in 18% interest rates which are breaking Teachers Instructing SenterfUt on Educational needs'Injf-\
the farmers, small businessmen, merchants and families, and there Florida are Donna Smith.Julia Miller and George Bowen
those of Starke. (This It no way Implies an endorsement by HEARING ON
are who would like to see interest rates go higher. Interest rates .
these teachers or their association)
must co.me down.We need a man who can represent us the working -

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pe pljvthe?:sq called average citizen who has labored too long "-"1

under fie rttElli'burdens't tSK' placed" vote upon. us by the big lobbyist and special interest (PROPERTY TAX RELIEF!

I as! yJSP| ;\HrPc>rr't1 for and Elect Jim Senterfitt the peoples
candid Ift.1\9rJJ! p1gl, l wda& nata. There..I.,w i1 work tenaciously: to. r
achiev the foltowui niry pojAt prog for yt fjj r .JMTHOIAfrra 13 M t,
,Lower home J'gnt.bjsp) | \'r.famUiea/; -" ; F AND THE BUDGETThe
2MA3"MIH3tfI"'arfy! the el4c,f YiL .' I I.Ino
nl-'qit .,, +owefelnteresj: Rates.e3u .
.er- ..iy8 tObtaim tax urelimtglorlfaimers: 4i.srna1fbusinessmaq

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.4_ Better Education r'Gt: \ N and Care for our children., + Board of County Commissioners will
Impose aa'(bsen' Parent tax to improve,
!S unwanted' hi1dr ns'care, & save millions.
Protect Elderly'and those who need help receive an estimated $203,385. from the Local
SenrtrJlH getting newt of tobacco warehouse employee Jeff
.......1<1-1.. by continuous screening of welfare recipients Cameron I not qualified and to control excessive.billing Government Half-cent Sales Tax for the up-
for medication

pr@t@ -(? citizens from Crime, delinquency & abuse by closing loopholes in Criminal Laws. coming budget year.
:-"infcreasprison facilities upgrade. ).line officers. pay. and retirement plan and develop additional vocational
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training t 6urseSn: / '..',

', J\"alntall'pP on gmwthutstate Government ;0..,
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Dear feWowFlorldian 1 \ g Taxpayer: :., '""
law that consideration
Are OU satisfied with the way things are going in your life right now? Do you,feel that YOUR government representative State requires priority -
/In ahass there' working for and helping or themselves?
4I /ic are you.
If ylu ftgyjt"A jfcp'Vil' *''"":' of indifference: betraYlll.-; ostility. and hopelessness toward those who are supposed to be be given to PROPERTY TAX RELIEF in

REPRESENTING YOU. rOR; YOUR BENEFIT In.Tallahassee.then perhaps. you and I have something in common, andI
believe YOli&Kf-L) dan"0 something' boQt that: establishing the budget.
It is my desire to be thePEOPLES candidate the State Senate, District 5 seat in the Democratic Primary Election
and to be the PEOPLES"choice to represent THEM in the election Sept. 7. 1982.
With YOUR help, I confident: w'e can run and win by waging a successful campaign for my election to the 5th District
Senate Seat. I promise you that'will also be a victory for YOU, and God willing I will work day and night to make
the best senator that you have ever sent to Tallahassee. The Board of County Commissioners pro-
I am retired after thirty years of public service with the USDA. I could sit back and take it easy, fish a little, travelIf
( I could afford it), and generally accept what our leaders have been tossing to us. But I feel a responsibility to my to use ALL of these additional moneysfor
children and to your children, to my fellow citizen to the future, to get out and get involved and work to try to improvethis poses
area,State and nation. I feel that is my God Given responsibility. This is why I can't sit back. To be successful andI increases but WILL NOT IN-
am confident: we will be, I need your efforts and financial support. I need this help to wage a successful, free and budget ,

independent ca.rnpalg.. CREASE ITS PROPERTY TAX LEVY for the
Please consider this if you can help in any of the following ways during my first primary, then please volunteer by:
1. Making personal contacts for support of JIM SENTERFITT and YOUR campaign. .
2. Participate by telephoning friends, relatives, and neighbors asking them to join in supporting OUR, Jim up coming year.

Senterfitt's, Senate Campaign.
3. Participate in your local community by making a dozen or more "GET OUT THE VOTE PHONE CALLS,"
two or three days prior to and on election day. .
4. Make a campaign contribution whatever amount you can afford. Any amount will be greatly appreciated." All concerned citizens are invited to a public

$I, $5, $10. $20, $50, or $100.,

Make your check and contribution: U soon u possible. -.... hearing to be held on August 30, 1982 8:00: PM

I remain gratefully yours
at County Courthouse Room 129.
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(904) 3624637Jim


: ,f / ,A DECISION on the use of these moneys will

,. ", Senterfitt .
i:j" ., The Peoples Candidate be made at this hearing.


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L p I Legal Notices appear enactment Ordinance and ol be thlt heard should proposed at- :''!t Zoning Board to Consider Mobile Home MixtureA I

the time and place
.I' NOTICE Of INTENT TO ESTABLISHING AN APPEALS AN ORDINANCE herein precrlb.d.BOARD. proposed ordinance allowing a long-felt need in the city. The city about five blocks along the west side
t f CONSIDER! THE ADOP PROCEDURE AND RELATING TO THE OF mix of single family residences and zoners were in general agreementwith of Oak Street In Reno, and the other
: TION Of AN ORDINi MODIFICATION PROVI DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS mobile homes In certain areas of Gaines at a workshop meeting includes 8 to 10 short blocks in West
( 100-YEAR Starke will be reviewed at ? three weeks but wanted to Starke between Euclid Street and
ANCE RELATING! TO THE SIONS BY THE GOVERN LANDS IN THE p.m. ago, '
' I DEVELOPMENT OF ING BODY: PROVIDINGFOR FLOOD AREA OF THE OF BRADFORD COUNTY tonight (Thursday 26)) by the City review the ordinance before making a Edwards Road.
? THE PENALITES UPON SANTA FE RIVER IN FLORIDABYGilb.rt Planning and Zoning Board for recommendation to the Commission.Two Consensus of city zoners Is that
LANDS IN 00. YEAR
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and
mobile homes are here to stay,
j VIOLATIONS; AND PRO. BRADFORD COUNTY recommendation to the City Commission areas have been tentatively
FLOOD AREA OF THE
S. Brown for action. discussed as suitable for the SFRMHmix there is a definite need for them in
SANTA FE RIVER IN VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE FLORIDA; ESTABLISHINGOFFICIAL :
DATE. 100-YEAR Clerk1tchg876 The ordinance Is proposed by City- since both already have some some areas to provide moderately
BRADFORD COUNTY
FLORIDA. ESTABLISHINGOFFICIAL FLOOD ELEVATIONSAND County Zoning Director L.M. Gaines mobile homes, as well as some sub- priced housing for medium-- and. low

100-YEAR TO: ALL CITIZENS. TAX. MAP SERIES: PRO who says the new ordinance will fill a standard housing. One area extends income families.

FLOOD ELEVATIONSAND PAYERS AND OTHER INTERESTED VIDING DEFINITIONS;

MAP SERIES: PERSONS. REQUIRING INFORMATION -

(, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ; ESTABLISHING
AND MINIMUM YOU AND EACH GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ..
t STANDARDS OF DESIGN OF YOU or. h.r.by and AND

I FOR FLOODPLAIN DE herewith given notice In MINIMUM STANDARDSOF ,
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y; VELOPMENT INCLUDING accordance with S.ctlon DESIGN FOR
ELEVATION OF 125.66 Florida Statute FLOODPLAIN DEVELOP. ,

RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL that the Board of County MENT, INCLUDING
CON. Commlulonert of Brad. ELEVATION OF RESIDEN

STRUCTION ABOVE THE ford County. Florida at a TIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL .

100-YEAR FLOOD; PROVIDING regular meeting to beheld CONSTRUCTION .
FOR DEVELOPMENT at 10:00: A.M. In th. ABOVE THE
PERMIT REVIEW BY County Commission 100-YEAR FLOOD: PRO
AN APPOINTED ADMIN Meeting Room, Bradford VIDING FOR DEVELOP

ISTRATOR: REQUIRINGTHE County Courthouse, MENT PERMIT REVIEW BY Lee Drawdy Supports Quality Basic Education. The state of
Starke, Florida, on Mon APPOINTED AD-
ADMINISTRATOR TO AN Florida must sustain a long-range commitment to excellence In education at! all
MAINTAIN RECORDS OF day Sept.mb.r 13. 1982, MINISTRATOR; REQUIR- levels
ALL DEVELOPMENT PER. will consider the adoption ING THE AD.
Lee Drawdy supports:
MITS: PROVIDING FOR of on ordinance MINISTRATOR TO MAINTAIN
DENIAL OF DEVELOPMENT relating to: RECORDS OF ALL Emphasis on quality basic education .\
PERMITS: DEVELOPMENT PERMITS; Increased Stale funding of our public school systems for better teacher pay

PROVIDING FOR DENIAL and programs for students with special needs

KUKlWIUWKHimKHIUWKIUWKKKIJ { OF DEVELOPMENT PERMITS Greater local conlrol over public schools

t : ESTABLISHING AN e Constitutional amendment to permit prayer schools.
FLORILAND REALTY APPEALS PROCEDURE
J[ .* AND MODIFICATION Lee Drawdy Supports Fiscal Conservatism. The services which

It 964-7700 'I PROVISIONS BY THE are required by the Stale must be provided efficiently and at the lowest possible .., t

It :t GOVERNING BODY; cost Taxpayers must receive a dollar of value for a dollar spent Lee Drawdy

It; 393 N. Temple Ave., Starke j jIt 1 I PROVIDING FORt supports. ,

Vernie P. Odom Broker GRI 964-5476 1 PENALTIES UPON VIOLATION e Controlling the growth of State government

''J : AND PROVIDING Allowing city and county government!,to handle local matters

|n| ZONED FOU MOBILE:: HOMES j"It t FOR DATE.I' AN EFFECTIVE, Better cooperation and coordination between" slate and local governmentsto
prevent the mandating of'local programs without adequate state funding

It e Tax relief for
property owners
1/2 Acre to 1''j Acre Lots. $2500 $3350. $500.00 I I j YOU ARE FURL -
II down payments 5 years at 12 %. THER GIVEN NOTICE that e Constitutional amendment requiring the federal Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid foray
It"25 Acres, with 301 (Frontage. 1 a copy of sold proposed government to balance the budr i Treasurer N. Wayne Allen
H 5 Acres. 476 fl. on US-301. 1 1H'ISAcres.Goodlerms.Idealtodivideformobile I Ordinance It available
I I for your Inspection at the

ij, horn es I IIt I office of the Clerk of the
J HOMES( 1 1R Circuit Court, BradfordJ
J For Gracious Living: In one of Starke's landmark J County Courthouse,
homes. 436 No. Walnut St. Call for details. 1 Storks, Florida.
K* "Just Size" Yard. Easy to maintain. 3 1 I 1

Jl bedroom 2 bath home in one of Starke's nice 1 I{{ EACH AND EVERY

It areas. I It I PERSON having any Interest tr
whatever In the
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL NO. 2

AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
NOVEMBER 2 1982
ARTICLE I SECTION 12

NOTICE OF ELECTION


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WHEREAS The Legislature under the Constitution
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of the State of Florida passed Joint Resolutions : V ,,'
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proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State t -;.: ." ". ; !
> ARTICLE I
of Florida and they did determine and direct that the I r :' ;, DECLARATION OF RIGHTS

said Joint Resolutions be submitted to the electors of .'I <" ,
SECTION 12. Searches and seizures.--The right of the people to be
the State of Florida at the General Election to beheld ; + ? : J secure In their persona, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable

on November 2 1982. iI y searches and seizures, and against the unreasonable Interception of
\ti a private communications by any means, shall not be violated. No warrant
.
'j'( 'M shall be issued except upon probable cause, supported by affidavit, ;
NOW THEREFORE I GEORGE FIRESTONE Secretary of t s particularly describing the place or places to be searched, the person or "

State of the State of Florida do hereby give notice '. : '1 ,;:: persons, thing or things to be seized, the communication to be
I' intercepted, and the nature of evidence to be obtained. This right shallbe
that an election will be held in each County in construed in conformity with the 4th Amendment to the United States

Florida on November 2 1982 for the ratification or Constitution. as Interpreted by the United States Supreme Court.
in violation of this right shall not.be
Articles or information obtained
rejection of the Joint Resolutions proposing amendmentsto admissible in evidence if such articles or Information would be

the Constitution of the State of Florida ; viz : inadmissible under decisionsoltheUnited States Supreme Court
construing the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

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AMENDMENT l't I
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CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
ARTICLE II SECTION 8 '" ,\
ARTICLE I SECTION 14


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SECTION 8. Ethics In government.--A public office is a public trust. ,. "r '. ;
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The people shall have the right to secure and sustain that trust against r
abuse. To assure this right

ARTICLE I .
(a) All elected constitutional officers and candidates for such
DECLARATION OP RIGHTS
offices and, as may be determined by law, other public officers
candidates and shall file full and disclosure of their
employees public Unless charged with
financial Interests. o Section 14. Pretrial release and detention B4t}.
..,' a capital offense or an offense punishable by life Imprisonment and the
the presumption la great, Hntti-adjadeed,
ot
(b) All elected public officers and candidates for such offices shall 'I' proof quilt Is evident or
with crime or violation of municipal or
charged a
file full and public disclosure of their campaign finances. ikleyr every person reasonable
county ordinance shall be entitled to pretrial release on

(c) Any public officer or employee who breaches the public trust for + conditions. If no conditions of release can reasonably protect the of
,: from risk of physical harm to persons assure the presence
community
private gain and any person or entity inducing such breach shall be :
liable to the state for all financial benefits obtained by such actions.The !I the accused at trial, or assure the Integrity of the judicial process ,
bew th-sl*ftetell81rety- fttess-.herge
manner of recovery and additional damages may be provided by law.d I wttheeepttete the accuse 'may be detained..-ee-an-een9e-p inishebie-by-iie-impet9onmeii --and

_, }dell _the-preewmpten-e-greet,
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( ) Any public officer or employee who is convicted of a felony t epreofef .it se.
involving breach of public trust shall be subject to forfeiture of
rights and privileges under public retirement system or pension plan in
such manner as may be provided by law.
L'0p

(e) No member of the legislature- statewide elected officer shall I '
IN TESTIMONY \WHEREOF I have hereuntoset
p!
another ,
personally represent person or entity for compensation before any
state the government body or agency, unless such person files full and my hand and affixed the' Great Seal
public disclosure of his or her financial interests pursuant to '.
of
.. the State of Florida at Tallahassee
subsection (a)7) e<--w *eh-the-.v. eiwa..ft.ff.ee.for a ,
period of two years following vacation of office. No member of the # the Capital this the sixth day of

legislature shall personally represent another person or entity for August A. D. 1982. '
of office before other than
compensation during term any state agency
judicial tribunals. Similar restrictions on other public officer and '
employees may be established by law.f '

( ) There shall be an independent commission to conduct
investigations and make public reports on all complaints concerning
breach of public trust by public officers or employees not within the 'I ,
jurisdiction of the judicial qualifications commission. ," '
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(g) This section shall not be construed to limit disclosures and .,,,,I;,..;. ;"
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prohibitions which may be established by law to preserve the public trust ':"V\ '. :' / "1f
and avoid conflicts between public duties and private interests. /, '". r 'h,'
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(h) Schedule--On the effective date of this amendment and until ''i
changed by law V' *'
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GEORGE :FIRESTONE ,.
(1)) full and public disclosure of financial interests shall mean SECRETARY STATE,. '
filing with the secretary of state by July 1 of each year a sworn ;
statement showing net worth and identifying each asset and liability in \ .;...1.r'
excess of 91,000 and its value together with one off the following r
}

a. A copy of the person's most recent federal income) tax return or ,

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b. A scorn statement which identifies each separate source and amount
of income which exceeds 91,000. The forms for such source disclosure and
the rules under which they are to be filed shall be prescribed by the "
Independent commission established in subsection (f) and such rules 41.: !

shall Include disclosure of secondary sources of income.

((2) Persons holding statewide elective offices shall also filedisclosure sr'
of their financial Interests pursuant to subsection (h) (1) : -

((3) The independent commission provided for iji subsection (f) shall .It"' ', CODING : Words in struek-threugh: ) : type are deletions from' :J

can the Florida Commission on Ethics. 'existing law ; words in underscored type are additions.

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: September 7 1982 for all interested -


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Bill Grant is 1 ; vnforcement;, Starke. The following budget is

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Bill Grant is for protection: of our i proposed for fiscal year 19821983.Category .




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Bill Grant i isUagiilij.s f-abortion on demand Trash "- S 216,604 $ 16,783

Street & Hw)' $ 168,764 $ 18,000

BilbGran.fj iisraji; .'imlpn contrOl I Garbage $ 127,160 -0-

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Deacons of First Baptist Church Hall for the purpose of discussionof


of Mas'son?'!' I' the proposed budget at 7 PM.


The proposed budget may be examined -


"This is Bill Grant'sthe Stand on weekdays at City Hall


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I alAOFURb Parent's Night is Friday ,
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\ :n, Marling at 1 p.m. # .4 Families are Invited to attend the program, which will have 8 snort pro-

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j1 In Week 2 Commissioner Group 1

You have your good weeks. You
have your bad weeks.
',: At the Bradford High football field,
where the Tornadoes are preparing I Will Be For
4 for a September 3 jamboree at
Palatka and the Sept. 10 real thing at
\ Macclenny, this week didn't start out
i" like it was g"': First, a dozen players were absent ..
from Monday morning's first practiceof .
two-a-days and 6 missed the afternoon .
If session. Then sickness sidelined j
3-year starter Kenny Wright, a -
linebacker, and junior Don Green, ..
penciled in as a starter on both offense .. -v .
and defense, quit the team for r .,".., .
personal reasons.It For Business and Home Owners
wasn't the way the Tornado
coaching staff would like to start the ..Aa
week of practices that is just 3 ?' a R 1r
Fridays away from the opening bell of 4 r Ae
the 1982-83 gridiron contests. L. f $
"Last week we had real good practices VOTE SEPTEMBER 14 FOR
and we've been as organized as
we've ever been, then this," said a
disappointed head coach David
Hurse. "We sure started out ragged ._ BIGGS.aLl
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this week.
But on the whole things are still Tornadoes "C.et Dirty" BOBBY
positive around the fieldhouse, what Varsity Tornadoes Itanily Halkconi. left with bull and No 1I"lrorlllU'ft' clean: early this week as two-a-days
with a full coaching staff for the first Larry Lung collide In a tackling drill for defensive backs continued on ho( soggy Tornado practice: field.
time and the JV's :Monday afternoon.
in ages reporting in
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figures the varsity practices shouldbe the key is working<< together as a unit J
back the track in the '
on right se And
as usual the veteran assistant
cond half of the week.
coach saw a bright spot even (henumber
Rick Stephens is back at the helm of
of no-shows Monday "We
the junior varsity and 9th grade got a lot of good individual work
teams (see related story),giving BUS done," he deadpannrd. et
the luxury of a full compliment of
Secondary coach Mike I Hartley said I
coaches and Hurse that's
says helpingthe his still I
group is working on the basIc
organization of Fall workouts. techniques: "reading keys, gettingour
"We're as organized as we've ever read steps, and getting back into
been,"the head coach noted "The
entire
the middle of our zones We still needto
offense is in,the passing and kick do
those things better Once thathapPl'ns
ing games are in as well. I feel like we've got the people
And defensive coordinator Mike
back there that can do the job."
Sexton said the players have gotten a
First offensive line coach Dick
year
good look at most of the multiple
Russell says a key for his young group
defensive schemes Bradford will
(just one returner) is getting explosive
employ. off (the ball.
"We're not going to have as much "They're not coming off the ball as
depth as we'd like to have," Sexton well as they can lie but that's just
noted. "We're gonna end up with a lot from! being young. They're coming offa
of people going both ways. But we've lot better than they were the first
had a couple of real good scrim week They're showing potential.
mages. The defense has looked good. They just need to be a little more in-
Individually we're not that great but tense in practice." j

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JV, 9th Graders Get Started t _

.r.. 44 ninth and tenth grader were out and working with the junior vurkity aa to
of Tuesday and more should be joining the younger squads as school starts _.
out next week.
Back at the helm of both the JV and 9th grade teams is Rick Stephens, who .
says he'll be a "real head coach" now, because a full coaching staff allows
him to delineate responsibilites to his assistants. The Bradford Co. Telegraph Presents
Former BHS quarterback Jimmy Prevatt, an intern from the Universityof
Florida, will be offensive coordinator for the both the JV and 9th grade
teams and work with the offensive and defensive backs. Bill Sexton will be A of
defensive coordinator for both squads and work with the defensive line. History
Keith Tetstone will handle the offensive line.
The junior varsity is at practice from 4:30: to 7 p m. each day this week, '
with plans to go to full pads either Thursday or Friday. Stephens said"we'd
love to have any players interested in coming out." Bradford High SchO'QtFOOT.BA


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Lawtey Cubs 6th Annual
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Baseball SlatedThe ... .
Tourney .. I' I d IImlst i 'l1f
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Lawtey Cubs semipro baseball team is having its 6th annual invita-
tional baseball tournament this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, August In recent years'you. .have>read sports'feditor'BgddieCoil9nl
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i ings report on all th't': ]hpp'eilitigs'lri' .. #xaf forf 01,1Pt.Ya ,18
Eight teams are entered in the single elimination tourney-the host Cubs,
,. along with the Hawthorne Angels Jacksonville Colts, Middleburg, Reddick If you are a sports fan your', a in for: a ti,ftr eat., ,Buddy,has pm4
Rookies, Orange Lake,Jacksonville Hawks, and a Melbourne team which is history ;Qf,Bradforjcl Scho l;F. otbrinl
coming nearly 200 miles for the tourney. piled a complete ; High f '{ ;>
It'll be a full weekend of hardball action and on sale will be barbeque rib and we will be publishing ''special BHS Football dilit' .> : tjr f9
sandwiches, chicken sandwiches, hot boiled and other "
dogs peanuts,
p refreshments. the Telegraph of September fi.. ,, .n-V! ,lgsv'un: .u.stmt
'" Action starts Saturday at 11 a.m. with Hawthorne taking on the Jax. Colts. Tornado football begins in the depreSsibn'ye FI1 tr92guoV.
At 1:15: p.m. Middleburg meets Reddick,and at 3:30: the host Cubs swing into
action against Orange Lake. The capper to the first day will be a 5:45: game : and thanks to od| records .provided by coachesIIHobbs-,.
between the Jax. Hawks and Melbourne. ': Register, and Hurse;"'arfd searches thro.ughljpld; corrte ;(}OM; : r
Semifinal are set for 11 and 1:15 with the '
games a.m. : Sunday champion ..
ship game set for 3:45: p.m. Sunday afternoon. Telegraph and microfilm at the University of Florida we

Community Cubs coach College Willie,Brown and Jacksonville said scouts University from the New are expected York Mets to,check Santa out Fe have the scores ,of',EYERY7o6tb4UItpfie'st! ; ; ) ( 'the' i-.*.ado**. .ti\

the 8-team tournament. Local fans are invited to join them. have ever taken part.in. I. '

P- This is one issue of the Telegraph" won't' wantto:: missMcj j jtlj

you have kinfolks that have attended high school at' BHS and.lndve+1

I I Saturday, August 28 special out of our edition readership area make sure,,they 'receive I copy. ..ofthis


Dne Day -
) You can see photos of that very first Bradford High team of 1929, along with the many

PORCH SALE outstanding Tornado teams from down through the years. School records for teams and individuals

have been researched and compiled, so you'll see pictures and read about the

greatest of Tornado athletes and teams Many you will recognize have gone on to collegeand

itching PostSR pro football.
A won-lost record for Bradford against every school the Tornadoes have ever played in

121 Worthington Springs football will be listed, showing how few schools have a historical edge over Bradford. And a

Close Out year-by-year listing of the 49 years of BHS football tells the result of every game in every
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I season.
on Ladies You'll discover who the 12 head coaches of Bradford High football have been, completewith

Mens their won-lost-tie record at the helm of "Big Red", see how BHS has fared on the

Childrens gridiron by decade, and read about the Tornadoes' success in postseason playoff and bowl

game play.
CLOTHINGUnbeheVa61e That's not all. The BHS football edition will contain a complete season preview plus pictures

i on the upcoming 1982 football compaign, plus photos and stories on the band,

I cheerleaders, and JV and 9th grade teams of 1982. It promises to be a collector's item.

: Slashed prices The Telegraph advertising staff will be out selling ad space for the tab inthe next coupleof

on Name Brand weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Merchant, you do not want to miss this opportunity advertise in

i i this edition. The readership will be great and your sales even better. .

Merchandise I Call today at 964-6305 to insure yourself ad space in this special issue. 4


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Buddy Colling start theseason those first four (Miami, USC, Miss. St., scrimmage Thursday, Aug. 19, ("winning" is anythingover
It'll not Christmastimerbut and LSU, we can do it. The rest of them (games) aren't 70 percent at UF) and that didn't hurt his chances of
visions of sugar-plums are coasting but they're not time at all.
dancing in heads around as big as the first four. seeing playing
wherever else Gator faithful Gainesville, Starke, and The former Tornado is convincing, "We've got 22 Dwight Adams, coach of the Gator outside linebackers,
plums as in Sugar Bowl SEC gather in the fall./ Sugar seniors and were: more solid in every position on the field. says hard work is paying off for the fifth year senior..
national championship. championship, and yes,even The running back's are just super Loren Hampton and "Lawrence has had a real good camp. He had the best
The time to find If it's "Next John L Williams (heralded freshman from Palatka) are spring he's ever had at Florida (an injury-free one) and
upon us, with the Year' for the Gators is looking excellent The offensive line is better all the way right now we've got him at number one (before the minor
season at Flo University.. of Florida kicking off Its football across. And on defense, we've got everybody back except Injury Thursday), He's got a very positive attitude, I'm
r >ld
Miami when the cloclr.ljtrikp.81.30 against the University of for Fisher Robin) and Galloway (David), and we were proud of him. It's real close between he and Val Brown as
Gator p.m. Saturday. Sept 4. good Idst year to who will start the Miami game. Lawrence has just been
schedule! are hoping survival in a nasty September Outside i linebacker Is the area Lawrence knows the more consistent so far."
(Southern
ricanes to Gainesville Cal and Miss. St follow UM's Hur ., most about, that's where he's being counted on to con Patrick says his strengths have been his tight end play,
a sugary holiday in Sept New 11 and 25)) will catapult UK into iI' Dr tribute\ Florida has moved him off the specialty teams, fending off the TE on running plays, but added, "my pass
trip to happen Florida Orleans For that Sugar Bowl where he's been a standout, to have him concentrate on drops are getting a lot better. I'm reading the routes and
Southeast Conference will have to clinch its first-ever the left outside linebacker post he's expected to share with getting back into my zone better We're working on that a
could well be title If it does happen the Gators 't'liowIIfr VaJ Brown ((6-4, ?29>, a Gainesville 1 Kastsideprod'u ; lot. In practice when the ball is. thrown,no matter where it
playing for national title honors. tWhen is, all 11 players break to the ball."
And that's the plan, Alonzo Johnson, who started as a freshman last Being a senior means something special. "It feels good.
Lawrence Patrick ((6-2. 232, 2 varsity letters), the year was dismissed from the team Patrick and Brown We've got so many seniors that s it's not hard to show the
3 former BHS Tornado linebacking star, is projected to play were elevated to shore up the opening Patrick missed last. younger players what's expected of them. It's just sorta
his biggest-ever role on the Gator varsity as a senior this Friday's four-hour scrimmage with a bruised shoulder special this being the last year We've all put a lot of time
fall, and he's cueing those sugarplums too suffered Thursday and thus wasn't listed on the deep into It. We want to do some big things this year"
"We're working towards winning the SEC championship r af.r depth chart but he figures to be back there soon "We're going to have a good defense again,"' Lawrencesaid
; and from there the national championship," .Y f t1 9 y "I figure Val will start some games and I'll start some last week And were' glad to see the offense looking
Lawrence said between two-a-day practices last Friday games, I don't think eit her one of us will be playing all the better. The offense is going to add some more points and
afternoon- lofty goals indeed, and familiar preseason d time,- the sandy-haired former Tornado estimated with 2 the defense U gonna be tough again."
I 'ones for the Gators. It's same goals that seem to alwaysgo :- weeks left in fall practice. 'Right now I'm listed as first What all sounds" like,well it sounds like the Gators will
unfulfilled in Gainesville, but Patrick, like the Sport Lawrence team but it's been back.and-forth.:- he contenders till' both SEC and national honors, just like
magazine prognosticator who -picked Florida to win Patrick Patrick graded out at just over 80 percent in a filmed Lawrence and Sport)magazine have been saying
the national championship, assured this UF team has what it takes to
# make a run at all the marbles.
'We've got a group of people that can do it," Lawrence said with quiet confidence -
"We've just' got to do a lot of work to make it happen. You can't I
stand around and wait for it to happen If we ran win the really big: ones at

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r; I don't have much in the way of details but I do know that former Tornado
N football and basketball all-stater Ponnie Sewell failed in his second bid to
r4 make it with a National Football League team. I JR
;J Cut in the late stages of camp by the Miami Dolphins last year after sticking
on the Dolphin injured reserved list for a year Donnie was let (go. Monday ; Stays
:Y":3; men.by the Seattle Seahawks as NFL teams whittled their rosters down to 70 --i ,

::f Sewell, a star tight end and defensive end here at BHS, and starting tight
: end at Georgia Tech as a collegian, was trying at guard with the Seahawks.
q I couldn't get in touch with him to ask about future plans, but well let you
!::j know if Donnie tries to latch on with another NFL team or maybe gives the Informed.

:t-: Canadian league or the new USFL a crack.., ;, : ,

i. ...It was reported on these pages a couple of weeks ago that Pasadena
,...
j Lakeswinners of the Jr. Boys State 15-and-under youth Softball tournament ..j"
held here in Starkehad gone on to win the national championship. ;. to..I. ,.' 'I
!S Now, thanks to Starke Stars coach Jerry McGriff we have the scoop on all l ; ";..',
> the ASA boys national tournaments. ,. ,
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Jerry just returned from a vacation trip to see his parents in Alabama and v..\. ') ":'r. ....".. !
swung through MouJtrie and Tifton, Georgia to catch glimpses of all 3 boys I : t Her
,. es.
nationals.MMalriewasthe-;;--;; $ '' thjr&ri: -:'- .A,0
site of nationals and for the second straight year ; 4 :
an Ohio feam took all the marbles. Turner's, the Ohio state champ representative ,
it. from Franklin, Ohio, went through undefeated, beating Michelob of '"' ; -c"
!jrj. Sheboygan, Wise in the championship round. Defending national champ ) \ ;'
{:i Mandalay of Cleveland, Ohio, was third. j t
H Jensen Beach,the Florida state champs (where our Stars were 7th), had a \ ( ConvictionsSPENGLER
is disappointing national tournament appearance, winning their opener impressively
;;;j but losing the next two to finish 23rd in the 35-team field.
s3 The Cunningham Bandits of Jacksonville representing Jax. metro, were _
:: 9th and the highest Florida finisher. Hialeah,which beat out the Banditos for -
the Miami metro slot, placed just 29th and the metro Orlando champs
Casselberry Cats were 0-2 and finished 34th..
.' Tifton hosted both the boys and-under and IS-and-under tourneys. t- x PAT SPENGLER J
Swampfrogs of Pasadena Lakes, winners of 4 straight here at state,
had to fight back after losing In the second round to the Little Rascals of Indiana
Fight back they did, winning 8 straight loser's bracket games to win
the Jr. Boys title over Hill Manufacturing of Lakewood Ohio.
The Tifton Mavericks 1980 and '81 national champs for Jr. Boys and the
host team, placed third <" J h> *1'.tl iii *" .' "
The 12-and-under boys title was taken by East Denison of Cleveland,
Ohio, PAT
Vote for

...-.JfrrVk t ached -js fast about,as busy vacation a3 when he's work
ing He- also third base for..3 t Quick/ Stop. .in. the southeast regionals.
.atB {)rt/ihgham'whltei'relaxing'.S'4'i';: ;; ,c --1' 'I. l' .u '

'mO' e?get?{a. plug' in for;'the: :All, Sports Club,'}of. Bradford 'High? h: 'hstaJii

; wirk lor I!(he 1982-83. school year with a meeting Tuesday;Sept'.7r;at She is committed to
Western,Steet I f tee related article).'Any club that devotes itself to improvingthe open
facilities'and activities for young people in Bradford County thin, ,
vote. If you've got the time, chip in wherever you can with the Club I

yoUl"P\! ("1d tJvofl.ty9ur whijerD.ltt )h e.::1' : r!

..JM6ra] "trfan one politician campaigning howaday has told me'people in

town are!I atngyany more money going'towards'. L ,recreation.. ...ought-.. go in the informed decisions.
dirt''tfoh bf the< children's programs. :.;
.h I:) '-'!'d : "
...B 'fUorlL High athletic; trainer pradey Gre thouse,was one.of three
... trainers accompanying the U.S. Junior Pan-American Games team which
competed in Barqusimeto, Venezuela, July 30- August 1, and along with his
.., other duties he was a busy man during the off-school months.. .
"1 slept in my own bed four nights'this summer'"Bradey said' last week. |Pat asks makes her own mindA
He'JJwvlrjVTfamiliar' surroundings: at.the fieldhouse... questions up

tt ...Thre Vlmoci/a Conferenee'Pop Warner'football league that the Bradford
Cowboys take part in will have 9 programs involved this fall as the city of
Alachua has been granted permission to join the association.
Alachua joins Bradford, Lake Butler, Keystone Heights, Middleburg
I Green Cove, Orange Park. Callahan; and Bel Med of Orange Park in the SpENGLERis
PAT
league.,, Vote for

...According to the recent ASA magazine the longest slowpitch Softball
game on record is a 29 inning game played in Tampa this past June 20 bet.
ween the Tampa Gremlins and. Jacksonville Pacer The Gremlins won it

21... Your ChildrenPAT
a Vote for
I ...The first night of the planned twice-monthly youth baseball clinics [in
Starke went over big. _-
A dozen boys joined local league coaches Edward Abridge and Jerry
Wilson to work on baseball skills at Pratt St.,Ijeld from 6 to 8 p..m. Tuesday:
nhzht, August 24. :
Cd! Tol wasn't disappointed at all," Akridge said after the first session of SPENGLER has served 8 on the
something new for the area."The boys are enthused,they want to keep practicing years
as much as they can. you've got a program and a plan that two hours
goes by fast. It's not boring at aU.". :;
The clinics,for 11-12 year olds eligible for the Dixie Youth Major league
next year, are set for the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month for as long in- School Board District 2
terest holds out. Other coaches who plan to work with the youngsters are ,
Warren Carver, and Charles Francis, giving the clinic program the town's
most active coaches for that age group. "
Any Dixie Youth Major age players are still welcome to come out and playa 7 to'
"Vote
I little ball, starting with the next get-together, Tuesday, Sept. 14... Sept. ,


Earlier this month the Bradford High coaching staff put on a coaching
I Clinic at the fieldhouw for coaches of the Bradford Pop Warner associatIon.
IQ about 3 hours BUS head coach David Hunt and his staff covered football Keep Pat SpenglerroroLAov
.,.. coaching techniques
\. oSfSn.. 01 the"as ociation said, "Coach Hurse has been a tremendous '.
help to IM. We thank him and his staff for their time and efforts in trying to
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C Briefs ) I BHS All Sports Club Kicks Off Sept. 71


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; '; More Members Needed Last year the Club painted or provided material for
painting the football stadium, the track and track shack,
the baseball dugouts,and the Club concession stand at the
i': ; Women's Net MeetingSet Armory fur the 1982 men's flag football 9:30: to approximately 10:IS a.m. with For Sports Service Club stadium. They remodeled the concession stand and are
:1 league.All Aerobic Dance classes running from now working on putting up a new backstop at the baseball
for Monday teams interested in par. 10:15: to 11 a.m. field that should be ready by the spring season and plansare
\ A for interested ticipatlng in the league must have a Classes are free with no registration Another year devoted to helping out the Bradford Higr to improve the dugouts as well.
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meeting women
any representative at the Sept. 9 meeting. required. You chould dress com- athletic program starts for the BHS All Sports Club Tuesday A major annual project is providing the 3 yearly sports
In the Starkewomen's
I joining Any persons interested in of- fortably with tennis shoes for dancing night, Sept. 7, with the kickoff meeting for the club. banquets for Tornado athletes and cheerleaders, In the
t
", tennis league will be ht'ldI
for this should call The meeting will start at 7 p.m. In the back room at the
I Monday night, August 30, at 7 at ficiating pay year Fall, Winter, and Spring The Club buys trophies for all
p.m House and
Steak all
Bradford County citizens Invitedto
are
the Rec at
964-6792.
Dept. seniors and gives out approximately 50 letter jackets and
; the Pratt St. tennis courts.
I Also, information men's come down and join the club and lend a helping hand to
," on flag sweaters to athletes and cheerleaders. Last year it lined
I New for the
league,players which will can be sign up back In football tournaments is now availableat Acrobatics Classes BUS activities. Committees will be formed and memberswill up FSU football coach Bobby Bowden in the Fall and
starting their
discuss
t goals for the
I the Old Armory rec. office. Start coming year. Membership Olympic track & field coach Jimmy Carnes in the Springas
t September. For more information September 13 fee is $10 and can be paid at the Sept 7, meeting.
; call Marie Wynn at 964.7467.k The Club fund-raisers banquet speakers.
; Acrobatics classes taught by Jean uses to provide improvements in
Woman's Exccrcise Reid through the Starke Rec. Department I the BHS athletic department that can't be purchased Projects that might be listed as minor, but that take
1 k Gaines, O'Brian Best Classes Slated will start Monday, Sept. 13. through school board funds in today's tight economy plenty of effort include having soft drinks for athletes at
I c Putters & Three classes will be held each "The taxpayers can't afford to do all these things,we're as many of the sports events as possible.
Chippers Women's excercise classes offered Monday afternoon at 3, 4, and 5 p.m. trying to them with private funds we raise," said All Funds are raised through the concession stand staffedby
Richard Gaines had the hot puller the Starke Rev with the 5:00: class being for advanced Sports Club officer Keith Gillingham. "That's the only Club members, and promotions such as the pro wrestl-
by Department begin
I and James O'Brian was the top chipper students only. high school in the county down there and it ought to be a ing matches and Sentinal Star bike safari of last year.
Tuesday, Sept. 7 and continue each
showcase." The Club again has a long list of worthwhile projects to
as the Starke Men's Golf Association at1 Cost is $15 per month and studentscan
held its putting and chipping Tuesday. and Thursday starting come to sign at the first class To make it a showcase the All Sports Club has under- help the student-athletes of Bradford High School this
9:30 up
championships Country Club Sunday.at the Starke Golf & : a.m.Exercise classes will be held from session on the 13th look taken projects to give the sports facilities a spanking new jobs)What done.it needs now is active members to help get the

f Gaines won the putting contest with
O'Brian second and O'Brian won the
i chipping contest with Grover Howard It has been said, by Desraeli in the 1800's, I think, that: :
;t number two. Be-Sleet Be-Sleet
The two winners got trophies and
t Gaines will have his name inscribed "In Politics the TrickIs
on a permanent putting champion
plaque that will be displayed at the
pro shop. to Turn Duty +

Men's Golf Assoc.To Into A Pleasure"This E.W. t E.W.


ReorganizeThe Men's Golf Association of Saturday morning friends, a '
Starke will be having a reorganiza- neighbors and supporters of JOE :__ I

Sept.tional 1,meeting with a 7 Wednesday p.m. steak dinner night, WILLIAMS for City Commission are Hodges 1 HodgesCounty
preceding the meeting at the Starke invited to breakfast under the pecan
Golf & Country Club clubhouse. trees at Bradford Village Apart- t .
Anyone interested in attending ments, 315 W. Washington St.
should make reservations through the
pro shop by Sunday August 29. 7 11 a.m.

Commissioner District 4
Flag Football Admission: One or Two eggs

Signups SetRegistration for the Starke Rec. (and umbrella or raincoat if it's Votes to Keep Lower Taxes
) Grits
coffee
Department's youth flag football raining cooks,
league begins this Monday,August 30. facilities, etc will be provided.
Two leaguesone for 6-9 year olds Votes to keep spending in line
and one for 10-13( >car olds boys and
girlsare) offered and the only fee is Joe Williamsfor
$3 for the cost of team T-shirts. Age
determining date is Sept. 20, 1982. with our budget
Registration will be held at the Old
Armory rec. office, 8:30: a.m. to noon City Commission Group 5You're
and 1 5:30: p.m., and at Pratt St. rec
center from 3 5 p.m. Deadline for Works for a better Bradford Assn.of .
registration is September 14.
Invitedto

Mens Flag MeetingSet Retarded CitizensE.W.

to OrganizeAn Know Joe Better
organizational meeting is set for
7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, at the Old PO rot AOW Hodges works hard to keep Costs Down

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1 City HiresA Engineer and Is Back in Business of Finishing Edwards August 26,19s2: Rd.TELEGRAPH ornpi//



meeting of city, county, and .... "
recreation officials in the 'r vNe
courthouse Tuesday night August county 10 recreation board, and Milner and his money, it appv.ir According to
has pit expansion of the Edwards Rd city council brethren towards making Milner$8,000 in federal reVue Mur
ball complex back on the burner. MN completion of the project finallypossible. ing funds for 1982-83 are earmarked
for the project and roughly $4.000 of
The now one-field Edwards Rd. the grant money ili i till available.And
facility Milner says first phase plans are the
was: envisioned as a multi. land-clearing Vo-Tech workforceand
field, full purpose sports complex still to have another Softball field to help from the prison is also still
when construction got the west of the present one (across the available.
underway in
1979. But since the one field entrance driveway) and a new youth
readied for the 1979 state open tournament was 1 I : field beside the concession stand to Asked about a timetable the coun-
hosted by Green Machine the- the rear. Also handball courts, a cilman says surveyor Pat Welch is to
rest of the area has pretty much been / t shuffleboard area, and possibly even submit his findings to the engineer by
'. dormant. t x more city tennis courts are future Sept. 1 and Hallock indicated that by
+ possibilites for behind the existing the middle of September another
Pledges to have the complex ready 4 Softball field. meeting can be held to dish out duties
for the 1981 summer baseball / softball q The acreage is there. So is the and restart the work.
season went unfulfilled and the
adult and youth leagues made do

without the planned addition of one .,'
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o.:
Softball and one youth baseball field ,
) adjacent to the present diamond. '
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--..; A $5,000 grant from the Dept of ", 's t
Il.tlimj
: Natural Resources had been secured, FRANKWilliams
; a concession stand was finished this
year thanks in part to prison labor .
land clearing was done and lights "r
? and poles are ready and wailing, but ,
3 in whole city and county fathers have "w
i not been able to keep the ball rolling. -
) Mapping Out the Edwards Rd. Con'olt-x...

That may change after the recent City councilman in charge of recreation Bobby Milner Working For YOU!
meeting on the project. The City of points out on a spot on the bliieprinN. of he Edwards ICec. (camera and surveyor Put Welch, left \
:. Starke which provides the great bulk area during/ discussion of the snorts. complex at Ih..ounty Others Mho wore in on the organisational meeting that .. .\, FLORIDA
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of the funds and thinking on the com- courthouse August 10. may have pumped new life in the project were county t '
:: plex expansion has enlisted an Also pictured are engineer fete Mullock left. Vo-Tech commissioner Nimk Norman county road drpt. chief ':\ House of Representatives
3 .- engineer from the firm of Besscnt, heavy equipment operator Don lloverson, rear Itecrea- I-eon Ellington, Kec. Director ('IIt'ryl I Godwin, and Rec. &
:;. Hammock and Ruckman of Jackson. lion Hoard member Edward Akridge, with back toReEleci hoard member James Fender. t District 21
:: : ville to take the technical lead. -

FRANK WILLIAMS HAS THE EXPERIENCE...
City councilman Bob Milner the
board member in charge of recrea e 10 year veteran of the House of Representatives.

tion the past 9 months thinks the Presently Vice Chairman of the powerful Finance and Tax

engineer will be the key that unlocksthe I It1S qJ Committee Has served on committee for 10 years.
:: door at Edwards Rd. e Former Chairman of Committee on Aging.
"Nowadays you just can't
put C Former
V.
.t Chairman Committee on Retirement
: together complete ballfield complex Person-
;: without an engineer or somebody nel, and Collective Bargaining
:: overseeing the project" Milner said. air C Served as member of:
I j "I think we've found that out. You -Governmental Operation ('om mill.*
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3: just can't build something this w Health and R ihn bill tntlvf Services Com milter
complex ArthUIGaskil Select CoitimiUM: on Military and Veteran Affair
3 involving grades, slopes, eleva3 .Criminal Justice Committee
: lions, drainage, etc. without Ihe *+w Corrections,Probation and Parole Committee
s benefit of Tourtam and Economic Development Committee
an engineer. Plus the fact -Ethics and Election
:: we got an engineer for next to nothing -Regulated Industries Committee.
: and the Dept. of Natural Resources Oversight Committee Department of Professional' Regulation
has said we :uve to have an engineer -Oversight Committee for Election
=i to make use of the grant funds Served in city and county government for 8 years

anyway." C Served as correctional officer, Florida State Prison for 3Vz

i years.
"A sense of direction has been need-
Successful
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: ed in the planning stages. No one connected Businessman.
:;' with the project had ever built e Strategic defense analyst and writer.
;: a complex much less one with the School Board Distric:t 1 C Taxpayer.

: problems they faced (including tons
'j of glass from the former Coca-Cola
tI: plant at the site)," Milner noted.

;:; take Engineer charge Pete of the Hallock technical will aspects now Has Served 8 Year s; on School Board

f-, of the project and work with Rec. .. .. Mnrrre'ro tae ADV
... .. .. At
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One
:::.: Director Cheryl Godwin and the .. With The
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Jg policies, etc.) 'and the following/ described personal FOR SAID LIBRARY day, Sept.mb.r 13 1982, LIBRARY SERVICE: that the undersigned,
5;names and addresses of l property to-wit: WHICH SAID FUNDS will consider the adopt CREATING A COUNTY Terry A. Gaines and Sat., September 7
i&jjthe::: holder of such per- 1976 Chrysler 7' 'Dr. SHALL BE DEPOSITED BY tion of an ordinance PUBLIC LIBRARY AND Philip W. Clark, (joint Mon. September 6
g:sonal property may be Sedan I.D. No, SAID BOARD OF COUNTY relating' to: AUTHORIZING ALL EXPENSES owners, doing business ,
obtained by any person SS22N4R2537W. COMMISSIONERS IN TO BE PAID BY under the firm, name of and will Re-Open Tues., Sept. 7
possessing an Interest In As the property of the A PUBLIC LIBRARY AC- AN ORDINANCE COUNTY WARRANTSOUT STARKE INSURANCE
Xvthe property may be obCjtalned above named defendant COUNT: AUTHORIZING PERTAINING TO BRADFORD OF SAID FUNDS: AGENCY, 737 S. WalnutSt. A Tribute to all
by any person and that on Monday the BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS COUNTY, AUTHORIZATION OF ., Starke, Fla. 32091 on
possessing on Interest In 13th day of September, TO FLORIDA ESTABLISHINGA BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Intends to r.glst.r said
PS:::the property by addresslng 1982, at .'one o'clock on LEVY AN ANNUAL TAX FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY TO fictitious, name under the
) an Inquiry to Gerald said day on the premise OR APPROPRIATE AND FREE LIBRARY SERVICE RECEIVE ANY GIFT OR aforesaid statutes this Labor 1982We
;:lewli, State Comptroller of the Bradford County MONEY FROM THE FOR SAID COUNTY: BEQUEST FOR SAID Doted this 19th day of Day
; :: Attn: Abandoned Jail cash In hand, the GENERAL FUND OF THE AUTHORIZING THE LIBRARY AND THAT August A. D. 1982 In
ftfProperty Section, 1401 above described property COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS SAME WILL BE HELD IN Bradford County.
,Estate:::: Capitol, of said defendant to OF FUNDING EXPENSES TO TRUST FOR USE IN 0/26ltchg 9/16 are attuned to the spirit and meaning of this day set

)".Tallaha...., Florida satisfy the aforesaid Ex AND OPERATION OPERATE AND MAINTAIN PUBLIC LIBRARY: aside to honor the working men and women of America.
1. '32301 (9044872583.) B. ecution. OF SAID LIBRARY SAID LIBRARY: AUTHORIZING SAID NOTICE
:'sure to mention the oc- Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff AND LIBRARY SERVICE: CREATING A LIBRARY BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS OF INTENTIONTO Our bank too has grown along with our community

count number AFTER the Bradford County, Florida CREATING A COUNTY BOARD NAMED THE TO REGISTER through application of that same philosophy of service and
Cnome: as published In e/19 4tehg 9/9 PUBLIC LIBRARY AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF RECEIVE STATE. FEDERALOR FICTITIOUS NAME dedication
to tasks
set before each of
:this notice. Unless proof AUTHORIZING ALL EXPENSES THE BRADFORD COUNTY OTHER GRANTS TO us.
;.:1'of ownership Is NOTICE OF INTENT TO TO BE PAID BY PUBLIC LIBRARY, TO BE BE HELD IN TRUST FOR Pursuant to Section In the performance of these daily tasks, we continue to
jc-j'presented to the holder CONSIDER THE ADOP- COUNTY WARRANTS COMPOSED OF FIVE ((5)) USE IN BRADFORD 865.09, Florida Statutes, meet the needs of the people as a full service bank. We
Kby October 28. 1982 the TION OF AN ORDINANCE OUT OF SAID FUNDS: MEMBERS APPOINTEDBY COUNTY PUBLIC notice Is hereby given
.,property will be PERTAININGTO AUTHORIZATION OF SAID BOARD OF LIBRARY SYSTEM: SAID that the undersigned, grow as our community prospers in the finest American
::delivered for custody to BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS PAT WEEKS sole owner, tradition.
Sthe Comptroller of 'FLORIDA ESTABLISHING 'COUNTY COMMIS- TO ADMINISTER WILL doing business under the
::flarlda. Thereafter, all A FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY SIGNERS TO RECEIVE SAID LIBRARY AND HOLD ALL LIBRARY FINES firm name of BRADFORD
further claims must be AND FREE LIBRARY SERVICE ANY GIFT OR BEQUEST LIBRARY SERVICE: PROVIDING COLLECTED BY LIBRARYIN TRUCK A EQUIPMENT U.
directed to the CampC FOR SAID COUNTY: FOR SAID LIBRARY AND TERMS FOR SAID TRUST AND THAT S. 301 North Lowt.".
:roller of Florida. AUTHORIZING THE THAT SAME WILL BE BOARD MEMBERS AND MONEY WILL BE USED Florida, Intends to Community State Bank.
% 8/192tchg8/26 BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS HELD IN TRUST FOR USE THEIR SUCCESSORS: FOR BOOKS AND register said fictitious
i TO IN PUBLIC LIBRARY: PROVIDING FOR ELECTION MATERIALS IN THE SAID nom. under the Bradford
Center
Square Shopping
:|J OPERATE! AND MAINTAIN AUTHORIZING SAID OF OFFICERS FOR LIBRARY SYSTEM: aforesaid statute.
NOTICE SAID LIBRARY BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS SAID BOARD OF LIMITING THE EXPENSES Dated this 25th day of Member F.D.I.C.
:
jg I will not be responsl- CREATING A LIBRARY TO TRUSTEES: AUTHORIZING AND INDEBTEDNESS IN August. 1982. A.D., In "
-:kle for anyone debts. BOARD._ NAMED THE RECEIVE STATE, FEDERALOR SAID BOARD OF ANY YEAR TO THE Bradford County,
:tbvt::' my own, *\ T'*'rfiA* ,,, '.'\,, ; BOARD Of TRUSTEES OP OTHER GRANTS TO, TRUSTEES TO ESTABLISH AMOUNT AVAILABLEFOR Florida.
& Wayne Norman THE BRADFORD COUNTY BE HELD IN TRUST FOR RULES AND REGULATIONS LIBRARY PURPOSES: e/264tpd9/6
4tpd 8 5 8 26 PUBLIC LIBRARY TO BE USE IN BRADFORD FOR ITS OPERATION REPEALING ALL SPECIAL .

COMPOSED OF FIVE ((5)) COUNTY PUBLIC : AUTHORIZINGSAID ACTS OF THE
MEMBERS APPOINTED LIBRARY SYSTEM: SAID BOARD OF LEGISLATURE. OR.


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I, evening practice at Wettside Field. A practice bowl will be held in Callahan this Saturday:
Pop Warner practice for the cheerleaders and the boys August 28, with three Bradford Cowboy teams Invoked.
playing football will continue each Monday Tuesday,and The local Mitey Mites play at 11 a.m..the Jr Pee Wees at:
I Thursday night at Westside and the football teams still noon,and the Jr. Midgets at 8 a.>>.m.
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Supportive of School Activities Events
Hal Brady a busy umpire for calling collegiate baseball at $:)\U() to students and$20 for non-students and ,
NCAA college games, junior college $40 per game next. spring and 4 others all umpiring equipment is supplied.The .
baseball,and ASA softball in the area are going on t. the pro baseball um- classes usually run 8 sessions of
Dedicated to Education for
will again be holding his annual umpiring piring school. Many othersvill be two hours (each with about an hour Quality
clinic at the University of calling balls and strikes at the LittleLeague spent on rules and an hour of actual
Florida's Perry Field starting next or Dixie Youth level or pick mechanics of on-field umpiring.
Wednesday Sept I. and anyone\ interested ing up their ASA cards! to call softball All
in umpiring at any level is in "I can get them certified in The first session Sept. 1 will be held People
vited. whatever type ball(they want to call," from 7 to 9 p.m
Brady points out that 5 students Brady said.. Brady said, "it's a lot of fun and
from last year's umpire school will be Cost for the school is $10 for you can make good money" Committed to Productive use of Our


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P1. ",I;, ALDERMAN Facts Concerning the Best Interestsof

.i, COUNTY COMMISSIONER Our Children

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j: Member of Heilbron Baptist Church ,
A man who knows! the value of a dollar and has proven his honesty and integrity -
If Your Give a Hoot about Your Tax Dollar in his business -

;; Your Vote and Support AppreciatedReElect Member of Bradford County Farm Bureau ,
conduct Board with courtesy' and effeciency and for the
A Man with Common Sense and I will always your
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a True Public Servant E.L. "Nook" Norman is a man who speaks the language of our times and acts
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B.A Affect Resident of Bradford, Union and Clay Counties 'm' 1 : \.tl 1-: Ma.Allrl1D. ? TIMES

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11 Writer's search through old church records unearths living history I



HyC.K: "Sue" Davis! caught drinking ect he or she wouldbe Beula, Bradford, Ward City, Ml,. Zion, The first records showing some ed in money would be made up in In July, 1907 another committeewas
I IH'T Correspondent!' reprimanded, sometimes dismissed New River, Starke, China Grove, mention of a pastor receiving funds is "love offerings" maby a side of appointed to attend a conventionat
from the church role entirely, If Lawtey, Kingsley Lake. Kaiford and dated October 5, 1902, he received bacon, homemade syrup, honey, Lake City. While they were there
I Everyone is invited to come and and when the church, decidto ,Sampson City $14.55.''In those davs. what.people lack ham, chickens, turkeys or large bags they were to check on a of pro-
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of corn to be carried to the mill to be perty that had been'' offered to the
ground into grits and meal. All of the churches for the purpose of
staples day-to-day living were provided establishing a school.
1 to the pastors by the congregation. A.W. Pineholster gave''a report to
the church on the' progress of the
In October of the same year, the school at the August meeting of that
church bought their own oil lamps for same year At the end of the month a
'i 1 the first evening services. They were request was read to members askingfor
delivered to the church at the funds to be used by the school for
i".w November 1, 1902 meeting. the purpose of hiring an agent to
., I am sure there are earlier minutesbut represent "Columbia College.
they are unreadable now, of the Another request for funds was received
first communion service in the at the April 1908 meeting.
church. The first ledgible records of This long forgotten school was
this type of services were dated brought to light recently, if only very
f r iU August 4, 1902. briefly, in a Lake City article published -
4i-r ? !,, ; I remember as a child the grape by the Gainesville Sun under the
r'i juice and bread being furnished for Historical Column by Barbara
this from my grandfather's farm. Foster
"Foot-washing" services were first1 The New River Association a groupof
noted in may, 1906 minutes and at churches working together for
(s tHUNC + later dates the two services were common progress, came into being
: DCDAN combined. during the business sessions of
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A quote from the September 1, 1906 September 24, 1904. A delegation com-
minutes read as follows: "A committee posed of William Poncher, John Bax
from the Baptist Church from ter and P.A. Crosby were to representthe
Ward City presented a resolution to church at the Lawtey Conventionof
( our church asking that the two chur- the association in October, 1904.
: ches be combined into one church to The church hosted the association's
r be known as the Dedan Baptist convention in 1910.
Church Several records I encountered in

......... When put to a vote the resolutionwas my searches through the old files tell
-- .. defeated by a large majority.In of the need of families or individualsfrom
j \ the early 1900's the cemetary time to time who needed finian-
'c' needed to be re-fenced. The originalwas cial help to deal with some unex-
an oldfashioned rail type. A com pected hard times!
mittee was appointed to collect fundsto Members would dig deep into their
replace the wood with wire and
after$120 was collected the fence was See /Ul1e 12
installed as it stands today.

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I r -Lil'illff;; ; History; Lesson... The Dt'dan Baptist Church one of the oldest in the area, has a lot of(stories to tell.

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I take part in a unique Centennial reinstate them they would be placed I ivt54E:1::: OPEN 8-5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8-12 Sat. Call US 301 S & Edwards Road /
Stop By or
Celebration at the Dedan Church in under surveillance for a certain FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE Across from Community Bank The Eyeglass Store
I Brooker Sunday, September 5. period of time. 964.7911 964-8588
I The Rev.John Hendry said Mondaythat The first notation concerning music [L J Hwy. 301 407 N Temple Ave .
the Weeks Family, a well known was made June 15,. 1901. The records Starke. Florida OPEN: Mon Fri 9-5:30: OV
singing group, will be on hand to concern a committee of three, A.J. Sat 9.1:00:
entertain after the regular service, Pinholster, Clara Crosby and J.T. \ Check .
land! .
System
the Reaves to select a W4Fist _, -
and there will be a dinner on.. were appointed
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...'.grounds in'the afternoon. .. suitable songbook for the church.' (FREE) \
Established in l, 82 and organized in After much consideration "The Quality, Service, Super Savings from
1883, the Dedan Church, a majesticold Praise and Prayer" book was recommended -
building, has withstood the The clerk was authorized to IDUSLAS The Eyewear SpecialistsRodney
ravages of time and still stands on its check the cost and some ten months A 5
original site. later(things moved very slowly in au L. Sumner, Owner Licensed Optician
The addition of a Sunday School and those days) on April, 1902 the church

additional recent years bathrooms, always carefully were added stay-in received On that 12 day song also books.the records show Battery "STARKE -=. L !%=_. Professional Opticians of Florida

ing within the structural patterns of that J.D. Baxter was ordained into Fe Member
the original design. the Deaconship of the church and the TOP QUALITY BATTERIES AT REASONABLE PRICES _
Near the south side of the church a services were performed by Elder
fellowship hall has also been added F.M. Hartman, A.J. Pinholster and NOW Rebuilding
for the use of the regular membersand Brother Baryan Dyal.
their guests.In The records show that Sunday Starters Alternators Generators M t r'!?
early years when the church was school was in existence during the r
first built the property it stands on 1902 era and that a group of represen- Stocking the Batteries YOU May Need"NEW"
was given to the church committee by tatives from the church were appointed -
Thomas J. Wilkes and his wife Maggie to attend a convention to be Over
and was finally put on the public held at at the Sardis Church June 27, Alternators Automotive Commercial Marine
record in Starke in 1904. 1902. ((24 Month Warranty) ? years Farm Equipment Lawn MowerExperience
The very first cemetary plots were In those: days churches that were Motorcycle

donated by S.W, and Pearl Baxter mentioned.. a centers. for conventions.. ... ... ;- ww41t
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The original "Dequorum"decorum
( ) and "Covenent"
(Covenant) of the church and early
minutes were written in longhand,the 1 : 4rs
ink is faded and the pages crumbleand
yellow with age making the t
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words hard to decipher.In v
those early days the church was 1/ i
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member missed a business meeting, -Ii
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readers in Bradford, Union,and Clay (depending on your cooker) for 10 two prepared graham cracker crumb Peanut. Butter Pie
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COUNTRY counties* Please submit to the hours pie ,
Telegraph.For Enjoy l''I. cups Reese's Peanut Buttti
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k I KITCHENS the "working" homemaker, Chips 1 package (3 oz) cream cheer
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t appetites. Tuesday evening at the Girl Scout 2 cups frozen non-dairy whippt,
Service Team This bake dessert features
Neighborhood meeting no
byCarolyn thawed
Stew
f Brown lib. stew beef chunks Here it is..., double-peanutty flavor, both the fillIng topping Chocolate curls (optional)
t Eaves Ice Cream Peanut Butter Pie and crust are made with peanut
Cut and carrots into
J chunks potatoes ti gal vanilla ice cream (softened) butter chips. The chips couldn't be Prepare peanut butter crust whit
:: Layer vegetables and meat in the Hi cup crunchy peanut butter easier to use-simply chop them up follows.
; 12 oz. frozen topping and combine them with vanilla wafer
potSeason with salt,pepperseasonedsalt crumbs and butter for the crust. Sec three
page
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from page 2 Chop peanut butter chips in blenderor 1 1 tsp. oregano basil Rightly brown. NOTICE
In top of double boiler over hot food processor, or with nut chop- '41 tsp ICXID: : .freshly grated parmesan'c 5 i,; This can be made ahead and
water melt peanut butter chips; cook per; in 9-inch pie pan, combine chips .* i refrigerated until 'baking time. So The rebate offer from Green Giant(ion page 8of
slightly ,In medium mixing bowl, and crumbs. Drizzle mix with weM melted I! butter ',., <_..,J> i,atlii u.elt&l easy too. our August"Back-To-School"circular)should
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cream until smooth
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Beat in sugar; and melted peanut but pie pan; freeze.Mozzarella. cover until tender Drain and mash A kZ to5a I you will receive from Green Giant coupons
'. ter chips until smooth: fold in whip- them. Stir in softened butter and WUI th'I 00 on othe>r purchases,nat'I.OO cash.
ped topping. Spoon into prepared and Potato Pie season with salt and pepper. I We are sorry for any inconvenience this error
crust. Cover; freeze until firm. If will Duller and lightly flour a deep 9'/ii' : cause.
desired, decorate with chocolate Here is a meatless recipe that inch pie plate. Spread with mashed may I
:; curls. have you licking your"chops",according potatoes. Cut the mozzarella cheese
to a northern cook: into:4 inch: thick slices Arrange Vi of II I
2 IDS. potatoes softenedsalt peeled the\ cheese on the potatoes and top it rriirvi I
Peanut Butter Crust /4 cup butter to taste with the tomatoes cut into /i inch Artas, South Dakota, is I
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'U cup Reese's Peanut Butter Chips, basil, salt and popper Top tomato' for "a loaf of wheat bread," ian lycenters I
Butter :
chopped with remaining cheese and melted artott. This part of South
1 cup vanilla wafer or graham Flour. cheese butter Dakota is a wheatgrowingregion.
cracker crumbs i a Ib mozzarella Bake the pie at 425 degrees for 20-25 .
5 tablespoons butter or margarine 3 tomatoes peeled minutes or until cheese! is melted and ------------






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LB HICKORY SWEET SLICED HYGRAOE BALL PARK REGULAR OR BEEF 5 9

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truBctrruW I t' Pr Lakr.. ... rapt lts.'Mr and Mrs. DooJd AD- Services were fondacted Tuesday: 1. 1Jntr
.._ i ) L f, f 1 1, I{ .| .l'-n.o..u84'tl.' 1 t' -.w.e: .rJacksocAUte. lktt iWaytoa =1lil -1, dress rat Horseheads.. R Y.; las mornirsg.Aug. 24.altsar/Abr.idtPeL.;:a ,..L

t Off*! tintfn. M, *4 Varke.aJlernrxjn. stied aa y Ifesitan, :i. "'{ e. rowing 10 Starke BtfgAT. both of Stark. ... MMtenuJ great-grarsdparents, tile New River Baptist Church at Brooker
). i.. arw44) August 21,m the died Saturday. AGe 21. at Atadma earlier tkrs yes .utemal In"t *"'Mr. Mr' SIItrfIeJ Rev ;and Mrs. L.L Parker of with Rev James Countryroan officiating .
V A .*A0Ki ta Ca> es ,, { a ivy titans.I Mr Bat a native and Meting :lUl>-fw-r. Mr and Mrs Lyle Edgar Vemon Oberturf 01Gr.ud graadparents Mr and Mrs Walter cemeterv under tile direction of Archer
.. restdct* U J4 e- He ways the ... Bay Ala.. fat paternal grand- Andrews of Conucg, N. Y Funeral Home of Lake &&Jou.
&nI ilt : :'GaerMrr t1k n fl it .. 1lwiglas 6- ,
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(, '' was a.el Qyr +dealaiC; adfrhttrnty '. ;ntfnd W's- """ .-- -.....--. .-. .. -. - dUd _

I : ., ad a charier nvemfeer and ear ttxtwbft d t'the sfefatte
Fast eDltedlftftocht Own -- OOO4734M1WASHM
i: 4anrrd free Bapust CKurch. Mr = BUILDER OFFERS
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> rs iHclvde his wife.
.riff is < > retu-ni and a
carpenter
Cat* r *Tajtor Bart of Metrtweone Jts'iodei.
t S of World War .
; Army veteran 1 WITH
INTEREST
Warren 10%
braeher.
Bat
Jacksonville
Sar. H.cTi include his wife; Mrs. PflESSUQ: <1- p.uemllG
I I VevMe GHHi*. two GMtaa E. aad 'I inns MMrA GieadL S C. Loea Slurp INC.RBCWTERED *Ho Down -Mo Closing Cost
and Ray r Cnfft. bndt rf SUrttr. KEYSTONE BUILDERS Payment
5. Orange Park and Winifred
i one dangler, Mrs Hazel Jcfta ofAVM BtJILDfXG COXTRACTORMOOF1MO
Frcdnksoa of Jacksonwtle
i Parts n;ra:a. woe softer. Mrs With Over 20 Models to Choose from .
Series .
r were held VIi t'lfDe5d31.AlII
Emma Bnree .
of JacfcrarnBe-
nehrnther.
r (. 25, at X PM m Jlehme First IMSULATtOMKCTMMM Built on Yoar Lot
Aw Gnffe Starke
: vrrwagran4cMMren
r Coded MettndMt Churrh wtfh Rev f-tIOLawnet.cl .
and Po.ett!
one zreat- '
'" R.aald! DowiBaa and Dr A! VaugfctfTvcxMing. -
Powell
: gramkfiifclServices: Pre.dent Hrts n 32153* Call Jim
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Burial was in EliamCeoKterj
were heid T* *irj AJB
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... BaptxsaCli.rcb Mefro.e.Lota For a FREE Brochure 1-473-4961
'" 24. at U: > an M Grace
I with Rr o.. Drwtfy. a 1.antoa Smile

former< pastor.e< Kjn ii7 Uike: Cemetery fender Oedrreclxm of Radrord oVd Saturday. Aug. 14 at
.. ** Jones FeneiaJ hir.e.f her residence Miming a lengthy > rd
,5 Starke IIaoi.
J 6 Bees .i Hatera. Georgia Mrs nniversanj
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Minnie Mareimtay SM 6or1-" a resMtrm of Kaiford (or
I severs I' years living with herdaagMer
Mrs Minnae. Thigywit fctarenvgr.too. and was a member Bethel
of Start. died Sanity evemg, Baptist Church m Bbckshear. Ga.
Auft 22. M Bradford Ctaaty. ttxpOl.foHatttng LiieaJ suniivior is her daughter
a beg jOnm.Bora Mrs Helen Henderson fIl Raifacd.Si .
n Wakto.! Mrs. Uarman! was. ...fs were held m BlackshearGenrgta. :
a lifelong resident of the BnwMerd with burial m BlactshearCemetery
County area and was a retired clerkbork Aog 1C Local arrangements

*per. Mrs. Uarocraqrwasaba .rr made by Jones
a member oC the MeUvx&st farth.
Funeral Horn* nt :atarte
Survivors include two daughters.

Mrs Nauhe M. Thornton and )Irs. U. Col. Joe G. Lamb ,
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Jeraldtne llooieo. both of Starke. two 4 :

-.-. L G. Johns of Fl McCoy- and LI Cal Joe G Lamb.76. of Ottawa, Children's .
Thornton Johns of Starke: one ttsfer. Canada died )( nda,.. Aug. 23. ,

Mrs. Clara Shernuae of Hawthorne; Survivors include two daughters, .

12 grandchildren :25 great- both from Canada: three sisters. Doily .:. -

grandchildren. and 2 tgrandchtldreu. Kurag and Pat Lamb, both of 6

Siarke. and Irene of Canada; one
Graveside services held
were brother. Kenneth Lamb also of ,z
Wednesday. Aug 2S, at IO:3Oam. in Canada Ladies'Classic
: and one nephew Joe Lambof
Hillcrest Memorial Park ; :
Siarke. \
Gainesville, with Rev. Warren D. 1'M'-- '
Langer Jones James. Brasier Look's
officiating. Funeral
Knee
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Home of Starke was in charge of ar- 99 z
James William" 56. of Starke, died .
rangements. Friday morning Aug. 20. al his home Alike Casuals Pr. SocksGirls' .. ;:
Ida Dee
following an extended illness. ; and misses' sizes n solid
Born and raised in Huntsville. Ala.. Popular styles r> fal colors with smooth or
colors or fancy srytes. Irregulars.
Mrs. Ida Dees 80. of Lake Butler Mr. Brasier was a native of suede-look u<<>efS. Bow and lurbe flap ear
died Wednesday morning. Aug. II, at Hawthorne before moving to Starkein treatments Sizes for ladies and cruklren
her residence after a brief illness. 1957 where he has resided! since
Born in Union County,and living most that me. Mr' Braster was employedby
of her life in the Lake Butler com the of Florida
University as a
munity. Mrs. Dees was a housewifeand janitor until ill health forced his 9 9Is
a member of the Johnstown Baptist retirement. Mr. Brasier was a ;; 6 3
Church. member of the Baptist faith. I
Survivors include two daughters Survivors include three aunts. Mrs. "
Mrs. Pearlie Croft of Lake Butler and Myrtle Sanford of Starke Mrs. Mary Each .... Boys' Each

Mrs. Rita Gordon of Clearwater; W. Hill of Gleason. Tenn.. and Mrs. Novelty Shirts
three sons Seeber Dees of Lake Grace Sherrell of Chattanooga Tenn. Solid Color

Butler. Henry Dees of Tampa and Services were'held Sunday, Aug.22, _. Tops AndBlouses Short sleeve srwtsin c A
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coOar, crew and Dress And
James Dees of Starke; 62 grand at 1 p.m. at Hampton cemetery with

children and several great Rev Raymond Williams officiating. v-neck =Solids, Sport Shirts
grandchildren.: Archie Tanner Funeral Home of stnpes
Services were' held Friday Aug. 20, Starke was In charge of ar Selection includes Sizes 418. Long sleeve shirts

at 4 PM in Johnstown Baptist Church rangements. boat, crew and r e ,a with chest pocket a
with Rev. Roscoe Creed officiating. i v-neck style tops in 9 Easy care platsorbs
Burial was in Mt. Zion Craig Andrews y
Cemetery ..._r and stnpes. _
under direction of Archer Funeral New mutton and Compare white sand
Craig' Patrick Andrews, 5. of in bHie
Home of Lake Butler.
Starke.died Saturday afternoon,Aug. dolman sleeves in At10Boys' tan. Sizes 14'h-17

21, of an accidental drowning at Santa varying Ien thS. I Brushed ,
Sizes S.M.L

Sin "'Ch"Urch"l' 1d ; :':' -, .. ,, ,, .And Twill Jeans ,. .J.i z:1't4 :
thi :Su '.
9 ,Poycotton! blend with
I 't: taleatFirstisap: '*'"" ... ..'." .." .... ,,S sp, k basic and fashion 9111 ia9msAtn
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e slmn sizes 416. I : M

First Baptist Church of LakeBullfT' is Coming Soon.: There will also besolo's Ladfes'Prairie Pair f '

will present 'Sing on Church tnos and small ensembles
699 Belted I It
I" this Sunday evening Aug. 29, throughout the program, said I

beginning at 7'30 p.m. Brooks. t Dress
This will be the first of a new seriesof ; Skirts '!
musicales for the year 1982-83 The musicale will feature the First Girls' Sweat Slacks
Prairie skirts in
said minister of music and youth Baptist "Diplomats" (Adult Ensemble 8 Tops & Pants
\ and "Ambassadors" crwntz or poly/cotton
Rodney: Brooks. (Youth Men's 100% polyester
He said the name of the musicales Ensemble). Both groups were with banded waists Boat neck sweat tops belted slacks for dress + .
have been changed from "Sounds of declared a "Superior" rated ruffle bottoms and I fc.. with contrast piping. or casual wear. Navy, I

His Coming" to"Sing on Church" to musical performing grup at thisyear's pockets. Variety of Matching pants with brown, blue, black
represent the new series. Associational Music Competition. new fal colors. 516. elastic waists nbbed and camel. 29-42,
"We are looking forward to another Dress bottoms and contrast '\ I
great year of lifting up the name of "This will be a program you won't Pants ....9.99, piping"; Sizes 7-14 ....a a (,
want to miss. It will be
our Lord in song said Brooks. an evening
filled with uplifting and inspirationalmusic -

The musicale, under Brooks direction that will bless your heart. e 3 129
will consist of some of the most Make plans" now to attend and bring 2 ,. For $
and favorite such a friend, added Brooks.
requested songs as Disposable
"I Just Feel Like Something Good is Melvin Owen is the pastor of the For ''4. Schlcfc'Schi- ( RazorsSuperlJ : QUAKER 8P Qt,3V .
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"Learning to Live Like a Child of the .,,,,r o Sealant .1 I .ST qT}
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Made in Life" and others 'Plus Il
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some song as 7's"Fr
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!. bo and music.other artists of today's Christian Carp t1ng'; I I / t '' Radiator 11 Oz. Liquid .. -- '.1'.49 i 0 ? Mod r 0 r Oil

"You will be delighted to know that Repair ,
we will also be doing some of those -= 16 Oz. Gunk _" SchIck Blade. Schick Super Your
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this year's Labor Day weekend is S3 4t I 'y .::- ; : : :::. .": ': .
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persons with the7S-hour period begin- tev 1 l+[_ L,_J .. -..-. -.....-._,.....--........
ning at 600: p.m.,. Friday Sept. 3. Improperly installed carpet -- r. __'p.r 'wr'_. ,
I98%. and ending at midnight Mont wrinkles and can be dangerous =

day. Sept. 6, 198%. said the Florida- as well a% unsightly. Wnnklecf $1 lEach .:.:....-."::"....,_..._, .::--...,...
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years or about one death every two to a professional. It takes clear tMig or
i hours and twenty-three minutes. training and specialized tool

Lt. Colonel Roger Collar, acting to stretch and!lay carpet so that 8 Roll . :
director of the Patrol& said "There r ; j
i a flat surface i is maintained.Onthe .
t. were' 33 people killed last weekend year over in' : other: hand carpet Coronet { j... 69 ...
Labor holiday
the Day
stretched too lightly can cause _
'I Florida and drinking traffic crashes.while driving Careless tied driving for- permanent damage to the car Pack Bath Tissue r \\._$ _.-..._ Pk..

first place as contributing factors in pet.Carpet Family size pack of soft, 2 ply j 1 r :7.? "'_ti : : 200 Count
: fatal crashes. There were nine is our specialty, Coronet bath tissue. Limit 2 packs. -- ._ r
I fatalities for each of these violations. Allow us lo advise you on the :
f Listed in second place was exceeding proper selection of carpet and Count C ", Filler Paper

; safe speed which claimed five lives.**' pad.a,well M installation. See 99 $2 5&,9 sse Reg. Price 1.191 1

i, According !. patrol record IV, 'u.<. today. 2 $1120 Bag '. Each .: Stock up for
drivers pf automobiles were killed arwere Circus SmurJ Or Family Dollar 3 Section --- school fits two
seven passengers, ttine Teal Tile For MMU or three ring
Book
iWrslrian.andtwopedalcycHsts.Every I Peanuts ET. Lap Tray Diapers Comp. binders.
I r available trooper will be oftI I B'Q 120 ct. pack of paper napkins On pound, bag of '2V-.17'/\"metal hII 48 axfra abaorbant. 120 loan divided \ .
; patroldulythreughoutthestatelotry.to & Carpet in assorted colors. Prang, or Rainbow wen IoIdtnq Ieqs, Toddler 40'...I." Into Vwc MCIone
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and dient ira'ershlp in any successful is an: essential organization ingre', drill work, and physical days and training nights, in classroom the field are those 20 senior their candidates final who However, he does not retire-his Jr., currently serving as- one of the candidates, remains In the Florida
the Florida National Guard at in simulated completing two-week name. Second Lt. Richard S. )Pinson, tactical officers who train the officer National Guard. 1
Camp ''..nding near Starke Is deter. There are 47 combat.candidates period this year,graduation will be at l _._.. ftI.- ._- -
mined l to continue being undergoing 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28, in. the
a the
successful initial
organization. training period here. After- Starke Armory.
With that goal in ward they will spend one weekend, All who strive do not succeed. The
mind
the Florida each month for a year gaining addi- 20 who are scheduled to
National graduate this
I"".,Guard Military Academy tional skills, canned by a final twoWhen year were among 47 who entered the
A WORD
TO
= THE
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+l.'k: : 'i/ :.t#,\;1: ,. .If),. \"" program last summer.
The have survived of
1"o't: '/ a bevy tests in
"....r..! .' f ,! 1 map reading, weapons handling,
.. :'f combat planning and operations, ENERGY CONSCIOUS:
camouflage techniques, explosivesand
Nw other training intended to ready
them for leading a military unit into
battle.

The Military Academy has
graduated more than 750 officers
since it began in 1961. In 1975, the should consider
Academy began a Non-Commissioned Why you
Officer school for advanced training
Z : of enlisted personnel. To date, 835 Carrier as your new or
w have graduated.There are 57 enlisted
people in this year's class. replacement cooling &

Graduation
for the
noncommissioned
officers is 11 a.m.Aug. heating equipment.We .
28 at the parade field here.
T Lt.Col. Richard S. Pinson,cmman-
f : dant of the Academy for the past 12
lx years, indicated the extent to which
the Florida National Guard depends::
on the Academy's work by pointing
out that 45 percent of the Guard officers

"The in Florida purpose are of graduates.the Military are pleased to announce that we can now bring you the fine line

Academy is to train the future leaders of energy-saving Carrier equipment. This outstanding selection of care-
said.for the Florida' National Guard," he fully engineered heating and cooling products is available for homeor

"The program is oriented toward business. Our highly trained personnel can advise you about
leadership,with a leadership environ- the proper selection, give you professional estimates and
ment and continuing situations so that install Carrier systems designed for efficiency and economy
the young candidates actually learn Call us for that next
through experience effective leader- cooling, or cooling and heating job,
ship.' it's one more way to help save energy.
He said the candidates serve in all
leadership capacities and must
demonstrate leadership perfor- Carrier Energy Engineered Equipment that we offer:
mance. "Our
country depends heavi
ly on our Reserve forces, including Room Air Conditioners, Central Residential Heating, Cooling
the Natonal Guard,and therefore,for Humidifying and Air Cleaning Equipment.
our own country's defense, it is
the going gets tough... ----- necessary that we have highly trained Commercial Units and Systems Heat pumps
and
effective leaders, which this
Officer Candidate Keith Kuyper exerts the vlmuin school "
ma effort in a determined accomplishes.
fashion while undergoing physical training at Camp islanding. Lt. Col. Pinson will end 34 years of Carrier Energy Saving Services that we offer:

this began week.its 22nd year of operation here week period ending with a graduation retires military from service the on Florida Dec. 31,National when he Estimates Installation Service

ceremony. Guard.
Its primary purpose as always -'
i is to provide leadership training for _____
,.., ,..
the officer --""" -
candidates and noncommissioned
officer students.There H County Commissioner HAYESCONDITIONING ELECTRICAIR &
,
are 124 candidates and students this *]
year.' HANK BRUNING .
With the staff and support cadre, ;
there are more than 300 Nation Guard Invites You To A i {
soliders undergoing two weeks of ti j '
training at he sprawling World War 11 FREE Bar-B-Que ;
training camp outside Starke. ,
The base, with its varying terrain, I August 29, 1982 ; 355 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fl. 964-8744
dense vegitation and rolling hills, 2 6 1
makes an ideal training ground for pm pm
the men and their leaders.
Smith Lake
Upon completion of the intensive Grocery
leadership training program,the candidate (McRae, Florida)
becomes a commissioned officer
in the Florida National Guard CR 214 473-4534

with the rank of second lieutenant. .For Clay Co Comm. Dist 4 SAVE
.Officers provide the leadership and hi,1
management !
their direction, the Florida'Natitfhatf 1t.t
Guard carries out its peacetime mission "You're Invited 9VMZ
of training in military skills. rm ADV [
.
'The training program at the tLlLL L :
.
Academy begins o with two weeks of _.. l

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ASSORTED DIET DRINKS VARIETIES : rJ Black Pepper CAN 40.. 7 Q: a TAB OR 2oz 3P1 0 FRESH Mushrooms $169 raygo i
BTL 3/89' 1O* Coca Cola BTL, us 1.2..1:

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HAMBURGER OR HOI DOG. 10ol JAR 5 9 0 r 1OC4O Bucket Olives 1-7 ge 20' Paper Plates cr 8 ge 20 Green Cukes 5189: rVlasicRelish 1 a
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Solar Salt ..... ,. LBS .. J 2 Royal Pudding s2f91 a.. Carrots. .
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BUTTER SMOOTH "e $119 T.SozDIP [ ;1." 79 KOSHER DILLS $129 CHABua.BURGUNDY WII'IES nose OR,RHM UOHTCHABua E. I"!::r' $399'

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GENERIC Bar-B-Q SAUCE 5 ge r B9' PANTRY Grapefruit PRIDE.SECTIONS. J5s59, 1'1,D DRINK Funny I MIX Face Q v. 3 9C S Apple Sauce = $119 G3

GENERlC-FRENCHITALIAN WITH SPRAYER 1'1 YELLOW 1'1 PANTRY PRIDEWhite d'
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GENERIC Cotton Swabs. a? 49 B HORMEL Corned Beef. as: $1 39 30' SOLD Plastic 1Goz Cups. a 70. 79C 120.1 BUITONI Macaroni a ...t:21: $1 g *a*

GENERIC rI JIM LJiMrtL Grits I IQuik MARTHA Mix" r POLKADOT Long Grain Rice i$287 I Ld 1 !
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Great Dogs 1 LBPKG, 99'GWALTNEY rI 20 Beef S tea k ettes . 3VER LBS LB$ |99 rI PANTRY Sour Cream b' :79C rI 20

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CABIN COOKING SMOKED rI U.S.D.A.CHOICE BEEF GENERIC rI
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PARTY FLAKE OR '2 Of AC3"..'. 20' Juice .2/$1 [ j Excedrin . 100CT. $329 50' JohnnyARib ROLL $229 40'
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fJ ,: $25.000: James Ralph Looney,. '27, of bond: Knight ,driving a 1975 Kawasaki
j r :, In Bradford: 1 J Robbery 'Attempt At Western Steer Gainesville, was arrested for driving attempted to pass four
r Sheriff's iTt-rrnirTirn| .*tii.MMtuMKimM, mmm\utiM\ mmmuiM \ while his license was 'suspended Lester: Eugene Woods of Starke was vehicles eastbound on CR-100A
i The the second time in a month a ''1/<- ''to August 17, according to Trooper. B. A. 'charged with driving while his license (Griffis Loop) traveling at about 50
i t'' rests this week in the same description ask for i"'I" i Williams. was suspended on August 21 on mph, as Milton Rackard 35, of
homes in Bradford for a dollar then demanded Bond was set at$200. SR-100.) Woods was also charged with Starke, driving a 1977 Plymouth eta
and personal' money in the drawer" from, Looney was released under a surety actual physical ,control while under tionwa on, was turning left into the
", than $25,000.Janice at the Western Steer in ; .:I bond. '.' the influence of an alcoholic Moose Lodge driveway. Knight skidded -
on August 18. beverage, according to Trooper D. C. some 40 feet before he collided with
i i Moss 22, both of time the would be robber was i Douglas Eugene Webb of Hamptonwas Roberts the stationwagon, according to
rested at their in his attempt to rob the arrested August 21 and charged Total bond was set at $500. Woods Trooper Don Roberts.
and charged When he pocked his gun '..tt. with driving while his license was was released on a surety bond. Rescue 60 responded to the accident
!I. i 1 theft of the two him he suspended.
approached Bradford
was h taking Knight to County
\ I j Sometime by the manager but managed Webb was stopped on US-3oi and Cycle AccidentMelvin Hospital. Knight was later taken to
k '. ',: 22 Buckmaster and in to the woods behind the ,./.: Edwards Rd. driving[ a 1964 Chevrolet Alachua General Hospital by Stat-
I. > with removing \ pickup,according to Patrolman Jerry Flight; where his condition as of
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i riding lawn suspect is approximately 6 feet :;- Miller : Earl Knight, 23, of Starkewas Wednesday was listed as stable
f" ti 4. firearms. dishes, 170 Ibs., had dark hair ". Bond was set at $200, Webb was critically Injured when his motor following surgery. Knight remains
: bric-a brack.
\ was wearing a beige released on a surety bond. cycle struck a stationwagon August 21 Unrnnscioim
A second home faded Levi's with a band- Webb was released under a surety ,on Griffis Loop.
ween July 19 and his thumb, according to Lt. ,

north refrigerator, stripped Mosher, Patrolmen Willie n...,., '.. ... ... ..... ,. ':
and E. W. Wilkinson.

[I clothing and dishes.Estimated value Western Steer was robbed July Composite Drawing Jones Convalescent Service Inc.

perty is .. than $100. by a man of the ,

homes were investigation is still pending. of Suspect
perty was stolen Providing Non-emergency
were away from
Arrests for DWLS
time on vacation. Store
dish reminds Arrested Recent arrests for driving while Medical
leave they case.'x. their license were suspended includedthe Transportation .
checking on their B: Curtis, 47, of Hampton was following people;
absence. August 23 for the sale of David Harold Martin of Lake for wheelchair & stretcher
Deputies, with a beverage to a minor at Lotts Geneva was arrested August 16 in patients
recovered some of I Store. Hampton for driving while his licensewas '
from the complaints had been suspended. in Bradford & CountiesP.O.
Buckmaster. by the Bradford County'' Martin was stopped on CK-18 and Clay
additional stolen Office causing the depart CR-221, according to Marshall Raymond
recovered from a to began a surveillance of the Simmons.
Bradford County. The complaints concerned beer Bond was set at $200. Drawer
Another home in sold to minors and drinking and Martin was released under a surety
was found to in the store. bond. 964.6223 Starke, FloridaItems
worth of the stolen is the licensed operator of the
24. According to does have a license permit
Denton the main on the premises.
all of the set at to
recover was $200 according
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Available In All TG&Y Stores August
which included Samuel Eunice. Curtis was
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and recovering the!: Cox, 36, of Marion County
truck and several for driving while intox
necessary to and wilful-wanton reckless
recovered, on August 20.
Deputies Paul to Trooper D. C. Roberts .
and Sammy Eunice. set at $200 for DWI and $150 .. I _
The robberies .
vestigation and released on a cash bond.
pects at least two
will be made in the





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Donald Touchton of Jacksonville from Bradford County Hospital. vehicle sideways on SR-18 )jn the path
R. Kelly, 67, of Starke, turned Ray Damage to the van was $500. Marvin Sanders of another vehicle and was struck.
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right of way in an accident August 21 way causing an
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Touchton,driving a 1964 Dodge van,
issued for his arrest. SR-10. ,He then locked his brakes
Walnut St. in Starke.
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of Starke CR-223 Lisa Norton Redfearn 25": of causing him to turn sideways.The .
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Eunice. alledgedly collected SR-100 St. in
Sammy Kelly accident at and Bay south of Starke. .
northbound US-301 when
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of Baldwin a
Vernie Odom and the In Lillian Burch Jenkins LaCrosse was arrested and charged G. Jr. of Lake ,
kept money Kenneth Hugh, and struck the by Andrew B. Fraden of Jacksonvillewas
failed to
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van ,
his with uttering a forgery according to Fl driving 1972 Dat-
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to the
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Summer Art Festival SetThe Marine Pvt. Meng
Airman Fritscher Thomas L. Bradley

2nd Annual Indian Summer Artists from all over the northern Completes Courses Completes Recruit Training Completes Electricians

Arts and Crafts Festival sponsored by half of Florida and south Georgia Marine Pvt. John P. Course
have entered and local exhibitors include Airman First Class Randall A. Meng son of

the Community Action Club of Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. of
ford County is just a month away. basketweaver George Ann Horton Fritscher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert has completed recruit Meng Hampton at- Navy Electricians Mate Fireman
training
Saturday, September 25, is the day' of Starke, woodcarver Steve Fritscher of Keystone Heights, has the Marine Corps Recruit Par- Thomas L. Bradley, son of LaVern L..

to mark on your calendar for the arts Hunter of Brooker, wood framer Al graduated from the U. S. Air Force ris Island, S. C. Depot, Bradley of Trenton, Fla. and SharonK.

and crafts show, which made its Sappenfield of Keystone Heights, and morse systems operator course at During the 11-week Bradley of Keystone Heights, has

debut last year at the Bradford County Ermie and Jackie Jones of Jones Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. he learned the basics training of battlefiekisurvival. completed the Basic Electrician'sMate

Fairgrounds.The Craft Shop in Starke. Graduates of the 21-week course He was introduced to the Course.
$400 in cash prizes will be awardedat studied international morse code, the During the self-paced course at the
typical daily routine
Fairgrounds, on US 301 Northin the show with the best of show win- operation of electronic communications that he will experience Service School Command, Naval

Starke, is again the site for the 1982 ners In two categories monitoring systems, and earned studied the during his and enlistment and Training Center, Great Lakes, 111.,

show, which is set to run from 10 a.m. 3-dimensional (wood work, etc.) and credits toward an associate degree in standards personal professional the students received instruction on

to S p.m. Admission will be free, full 2-dimensional (paintings receiving applied science through the Community Marines traditionally exhibited by electrical theory and studied the

dinners and refreshments will be $100 cash and a plaque.In College of the Air Force. He participated in operating principals of the batteries,
available, and CAC club members are each category two $50 awards of Fritscher will now serve at RAF an active generators, motors, and
physical, conditioning
and
expecting a bigger and better show distinction prizes will be passed out, Chicksands England, with the 6950th gained program transformers used aboard ships and
proficiency in a of
the second time around. Also, plus 5 honorable mention ribbons in Electronic Security Group. skills variety at shore installations. The course was
military first
including aid rifle -
Gainesville's folksinging couple, Dale ,
both 3-D and 2-D. designed to provide a thorough
and Linda Crider, will perform songs Entry cost is $15 before August 31 drill.marksmanship Teamwork and and selfdisciplinewere close order understanding of the operation,
and tales about nature and folklore for both and maintenance and of electrical
juried non-juried exhibits repair
emphasized throughout the
from noon to 2 p.m. and $20 after that date. Artists training cycle. systems.

Last year's inaugural show drew 50 interested in entering should send 3

exhibitors but Community Action slides of photos of their work along

Club member Randy Jones said 28 artists with the entry fee for juried entries, '
have already paid the $15 entry and 1 slide or photo with the entry fee I Union County Ads I

fee to get in the '82 show tnd expecta. for non-juried exhibits.

tions are to have 75-80 exhibit booths Send all entries to: Community Ac- -

next month.Of tion Club, Indian Summer Arts PERSONAL FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS LOST/FOUND FOR SALE FOR SALE

the 28 artists who are presently Festival, P.O. Box 725, Starke, FL SERVICESPIANO

entered 14 are returnees and 14 are 32091. BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM. 3 STATLER CUSTOM MOBILE
new and Jones said entry pictures of Proceeds from the show will be used LESSONS-ALL AGES: AND ADDING FOUND-LAKESIDE SWIMMING AREA PARK 9. BATH CB/BRICK HOME! HOME 14X63 foot 2
MACHINES FOR Aug.
the new material promises some extra to fund the Club's community and New quoroter beginningSept. RENT Union Times glosses. Pool landscaped yard. bedroom den kitchen living .
County prescription sun
treats for buyers and viewers. youth projects in Bradford County. 1. Qualified toach.r.coll.g. 85 SW 2nd Ave.. Lake Contact Union County outbuilding with 2.5 room. fully carpeted
.degree, member of acre $20,000 down. big bath fully furnished
Butler. Phone 496.2261 for Tirnes. 96-2261.. TFN 8/19.
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Information. TFN
more 10 percent for 15 year month. Contact: Robert
I 496-3976.
Immunizations RequiredFlorida Springs. 3tchg 1 0/1, REAL
8/128/198/26. Additional acreage Williams after 7:30: p.m.
RENT TO OWN: A New
available. Flexible term and weekends 496-2527
GARAGE SALE: Saturday Baldwin Piano of ESTATE

law requires that all public reasons must be documented. Aug. 2893. 1 mile 5 on SR choice. Parramore Music your, All on SR 18 near Phone War. Worthington Springs nocollect
Certificates 231 at Doyl. Cloven 904-732-6776 Ocala. 7/8 LOOKING FOR a special thlngton Springs. calls.Itpd 8/26.
school students present proof of immunization of exemption are 4963625. TFN 7/22. 4 GREEN LEATHERETTEl
residence. 1 tpd 8/26. tfn piece of property If I Idon't
when entering school. available at the Bradford County
SALE All in tin
PLANT : plans Highback swivel bar stool
TYPING AND EDITING Term
This is usually kindergarten or first Health Dept. or a physcian's 0- 2 BEDROOM FRAME HOME: have It. III find It-Just
dissertations, letters ask.... cans $1, large selection. |just like new $80. Upright
JANE S.
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grade but may be other grades if the ficeHRS-682( HRS-681)). etc. Call 496.2866 rent. single or REALTOR 496-3126 Sale ends Aug. 28. Con. freezer good condition

student began schooling in another Please contact your school principal after 6 pm. during weeks 496.2975 couple, large yard. Phone 496-2903 -eves., "Your or trary Mary' Garden. SR $150. 1600 BTU window air
state or if have or con evenings. 2tchg 121 LaCrosse 4621561. conditioner,
county. you any questions 'and anytime on weekend 8/19 8/26. Union County Realtor tfn $125. 3 paint
Effective August 1, 1982, students cerns regarding these matters. Reasonable rate Itchg IN PROVIDENCE On 3/26. Closed Sunday and Mon spray guns, 1 for $5 1 for
who are not in compliance with this Students are eligible for 8/26. beautiful 14X70: mobile 1 acre FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE day. 2tchg BI19 8/26. $10 and 1 for $20. Phone

law will be temporarily excluded Kindergarten if they are five years home, fully furnished NEEDSColl Venera Brown FRESH OKRA> By bushel or 4962673. Itpd 8/26.
from school attendance. old on or before October 1, 1982. 496-3022 Sandy Haien 1/2 bushel Phone YOUNG BILLY GOATS $25.
w/d 2
INSURANCEMAINES carpet garden tub
Children who will be five old 496-2160 from 9 a.m. until Phone 4963359. Itchg
Required immunizations are: Four years bedroom 2 bath. $300 per 496-3994 eves or Gerrl lennon -
doses of Diptheria Whooping cough after Oct. 1 but before Jan. 1, 1983, INSURANCE AGEN. month 7552397. Itehg 496-3140. Tiffin and 9 p.m. Picked daily. Itchg 8/26.- :._
TetnausDPT( Three doses of will be admitted to if 8/19 826.WASHER .
) Realtor
polio Kindergarten CY: 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake 8/26. Owens Inc. Rt. 2
dose each the child demonstrates readiness bas- lake : $150. dryer $100. WANTEDROOM
vaccine, one measles, Butler 4963978. CompleteInsurance Box 788. Butler. FL. double
rubella and mumps. ed on criteria established by the Service. TFN bed refrigerator$65. $200 bed 125.

Exemption for medical or religious Bradford County School Board. AAA queen bedroom queen suite $375. WANTED TO RENT

Sofa $150, hld.ob.d'SI50IIn.r Preferably with private entrance
REAL ESTATE''AGNCY '
; -.VENERZ'iROWN TIFFIN S. OWENS WfC : $75.'color TV,"of' and 'private bath. '

I Keystone ights Ads ; 496.2.5311.496-3022" MAITOM. Ph. 752.0577 '$350.stove$100 wood Phone dinette 755.2397$125 Mas1"benair'rWhb1itloned.Non.smoking' white:"' male.. t,

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b.- ... Gerr/ie/mon 1831 NW 13th $t.Gainesville. Waterfront PropertyOwners USED CERAMIC MOLDS: I .Louis. Itpd 819.jT.

PERSONAL MISCELLANEOUS LOSTFOUNDMAN'S 496-3140 Fie. mile S on SR 231. Green

SERVICES 904-377-7750 Have Cash Buyers Seek Frog Ceramics. Phone

BINGO. AMERICAN Ing 10-30 acres accessible 4962444. tpd 8/26.

CARPENTER WORKl LEGION HALL SR21. WATCHSUNGLASSES Steve BroadwayTREE ft let your dreams become a reality with these new riverfront takefront property. MOBIL HOME 1968 Taylor
Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public In. Left at Secluded With or without Estrollte 12X60 2
Remodeling work kitchen SERVICE 'for and access 'lots on the Santa f. R/ver.
cabinets, and trim vit.d. 8/5 tfnchg Keystone Branch Library. heavily weeded with approilmotely' 100 H. an river. buildings. bedroom large living
carpenter. Reasonable ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS Call Monitor office and Removal $8500 S9900 with owner financing./ River access property Pleese call John K. room step up dinning

price Call 4732477oft.r : Closed Identify. 473-2210 5.30 acres beautiful roiling 'land located on Sit." East. Longford. (*04)) 4963114or room. $3500 firm. Phone

5:30: p.m7/t tfnchg. meeting Monday 8 p.m.Open Trimming Union County. writ. 395 E. Main St., 4962142. Itpd:! 826.Classified .

CARPENTRY AND MASONRY meeting Friday 8 NOTICE Cr W. have a large lefecf/on of property from which/ lacheese. Lake Butler, Fl. 32054. r:
p.m. Alanon. Monday 8 Free Estimate Service Ads
WORK Building patios, Notary
additions remodeling p.m. All meetings at. *3.311 Acres off 239. Heavily" weeded. Nothing down. For Union County Results
Educational Building Community CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Get
homes and tile work. Freeestimate submitted the 473.4732 Good owner financing. John Longford, < niO I
Church 473 2790 or should b. to 'v 'it
Phon. 473-4473 tt 5 Acrei Weeded. $2.200 per acre. Owner financing.h
Associate1 ;
Realtor
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office i Call
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4752130. 8/5 chg. Lake Region Monitor
during day. 7/1 tfn chg. After 5 P.M. 133 Acre Farm. $1,325 p.r acre. Owner financing. 496-3114 '
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo in writing and paid In advance 496-2261
HOUSI CLEANING service dues, fees or weigh- unless credit I.olr.ody Is Heights

weekly or on. time jobs. ins, open meetings Tu.. established with Keystone*-* '" '" .. .=
References. 475.1306 4tchg day. 7:30 p.m., St. Ann. this office., -r i nTrHuntlsr Stark Ads. ii .'>1' ;r' :

8/19-9/10 Episcopal Church Monitor staff cannot beheld I1rtrtf- *:, AW :; : I
BEGINNING PIANO Rtdftirn'iSERVICES
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LESSONS Free tutoring 473.2790 7/1 tfnchg. mistakes on classified '- -- . -

with lesson, Call BINGO -lion Club across when ad I I. taken over the 'I Il FOR SALE FOR SALE .PERSONAL. '; PERSONAL:' i, tn. fiots
4733113. 8/26.
Itchg from high school. telephone.Classified. SERVICES .SE VjCES FOR SALE

Tuesday. Early Bird 7 deadline I I. 413-4340 CARPET NEW I USED Furniture MISC. ITEMS Hurricane J.l II L b -
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fixtures FAMILY
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Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto 2-year old. words for $2.75 then 10 So.. 9646679. 2/5 tfn Channel Master transistor hand. tarbide, o.mwvcain : of pecan"tree*. I.
Andrew Drug Also love* chldren. Good watch cents for each word DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN $2; GE Can opener $5, chain mower blad*) hollow* e ; ." Cool shady, quiet. H

several large office for dog 4732898. tfnchg 8/26 thereafter. Repairs Of Major HOUSE: 301 South. Stereo $20, Uniform hat. It. ground .and bojonceoV"! :.4'j "- .'.Open-4.7$34: ... $46,000'Phne .9645610.l CI

rent In rear of building. EUotrlo Appliances 964.6740. We buy and sell brown $8: Patten leather leave at'Jackson Building'"L'' ,.W'tll.'IO.Thuf": .:V **. 170ff
facing Flamingo. Call holster and belt complete In StarkeYKeytsoneHeights r .v OwNER: r& I J at),.
FOR SALE WANTED trying Bradford ft used furniture and ap Supply .11 AM til 7 PMLSCAMII3PM bp'iti.1 *
4733411. tfnchg. pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED $3.; Schick electric razor. or Lake' Butter. LR. den eatI.Cypress kit..

STORI BUILDINGI,000sq.ft. LAKE LOT on sand bottomed GOOD-USEDRoto Tiller.Phone Clay Countioit TV'S: Colors new $5, basketball, $1; TFNchg -J I C J Appointment. ,. .J. 4oih'ei.ft4cIw Ibr I guest Ii.

In front of K.y.ton. Post lake In Hillcrest. S80O 473-3671 eveningsand .... BMi ESTstISG4v4.uJ starting at $100.00. shoes, 5*. 12. $3.: skin ALC0t10 ICSANONYMOUS T0l80j fot. 'r
Office on Commercial Circle down. $146.44 per month. weekends: 376-5664 J Trade-in's welcome. Phone machine $5, Setlco tape : phone Not Alwoys.Necessary, f Ave. Crystal Lake .i..

up to 3.000 sq.ft. Phon. 473.4058 or anytime. Itchg 8/26 944-8212.6/li tfn recorder $15. Griffi. Loop. 964-314& or 964-7619.. PROFESSIONAL dressmakl' Homesltes. Price firm If:,

uitable for auto repair, 473.4367 after 6 p.m. 8/5 WANT TO BUY 12FI. Jon NO DOWN PAYMENT! 3 MH UNDERSKIRTING: From 9645685. Itpd 8/26 TFchg Ing. have beautifuj,clothe $34.000.V9X-7I87 after 3 t
.,c. Call 473.2149 or evenIng and BR 2 BA home DINING ROOM SUITE China made to fit |lust you. Call' .
tfnchg Boat Eveings on over Sunshine Acres Workshop: SEWING MACHINES 5V>rao3l(|: weekends. lake ,,
4732014. tfnchg 8/3 BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA weekends 473.3241 Itpd one acre. 45500. Under-Skirting for mobile and hutch; table w/leaf; REPAIRED: All make 964-7600. ..t. 261. 8/2*,I: 'Acce.-, : -

SPRING LAKI COTTAGEFurntshed access lots from 5500. 8/26 homes. Beautify your four chairs-seat gold print. cleaned oiled and ad- 'CARPENTER WORK Rooting. 8 3/4% MORTGAGE Three s. .
A/C.
round ,rental 2BR. S200/MO.Year. $500 down $71.74 per 3 ONLYSS0000WNI I 3 BR, mobile home with Very good condItion. $300. lusted. $15. Work painting. No (lob to .....011... bedroom brick home near .....

$200. deposit. month. Discount on entire YARD SALE 1 BA with carport, decorative wood stained or Call 9647694. Itpd 8/26 guaranteed. JamesStrickland Reasonable prices..Phone Stark Country Club. Musthove !u.

2691917.tfnchg812 10 ocr. On. waterfrontlot. $29,500. painted underskirtingChoice TWO MALE PEKINESE: 2 and corner MorganRd. Jerry 7823669. 8/19 2tchg $10,000 down. call .

3 SB. 1 BATH on Santa Fe Call 4734375. 8/5 SAT.9 o.m.-S p.m.; Travel of wood oak or 9 mos. old. Black mask all and Hwy 16. TFNchg 8/26 431.1044 964-6343.. 8/12 laU/ .

Lok., furnished from tfnchg trail.r, furniture, books BROOKLYN BAY 2 BR. 1 pin. Will build to your shots, loves kids. 964.8823. CHAIN LINK FENCE: instaTTed. FlUTI LESSONS now accepting 3tchg 126MAINTlN..NCI
WASHER$150.. $115. .
Dryer clothes, lumber BA Cypress Lake cottage Come and Itchg 8/26 beginning. Intermediate FREE Two
S.pt. to May. $250/Mo: Wall Clock. $8.00. Power appliances specifications. Free estimates. Handy. : a.tJ
4BR 1 Bath on Gotorbon. Edg.r. 2.0 Hp., and washing Whit. sandy see some of our samples, d-V GAIV. ROOFING Man Fence Co., owner and advanced' yr. old. 3 BR. 2 BA brick 4,;
Briggs
machine, window A/C. Im- beach Furnished 6'-4,13; 74.76; students for fall term. Exp: .
lake. CH/A carport. Stratton $100. Call prices well below market Tommy Reddish. 964 8559. home Has great room, n
$400/Mo 3BR.3 Bath moklee Rd., Pleasant 49500. 854096.03: : 106.99 teacher with classical |Iou
: 473.3671 evening and price. Comes In 4ft., 6ft. ; tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER large deck and patio. a.
mobil.hom. furnished off w..k.nd. 376.5664 Point. Itpd. 8262.'AMILY.Augu.t and 8ft. sections. Oak 1T-7.62; 12826. We REPAIR: Call and ca..t.mporary'background. 3-door refrigerator Jen- nrrtoir.

Hwy 18. CH/A. $220/Mo: anytime. tchg 8/26 27-28 10 MOBILE HOME plus 2 Underlining$1.25 per ft., manufacture. Jacksonville.Call the Office Shop. 110 W. Please call dishwasher, 2 E

2BR. I Bath furnished with 14ft MONARCH JON BOAT a.m. Jasmine Ave., near acre 3 large bedrooms natural; $1.50 per ft., stained toll free Call St.. Starke. for detail. 964-7391 (Mac Music breakfast bar, workshop. <-

Silver lake access, CH/A in good condition. $125 or Keystone Beach. Look bike for 2 full both CH/A. or painted. Pin. Under- 18003422702. 8/26 tIn 9645764. tfn Shop), Starke to Inquire. treehouse, large corner ,.,
Honda 90 ,
garage $250/Mo: Office will trade for 12 ft. Jon ign. 1976 child' roll $27.000. With Owner skirting: $1.00 per. ft.. MALI PUPPIES 2.holf.mltt. GLASS CUT TO ORDER CABINETS I CARPENTRY: lot. 58500. Call 964-6189 !'31 I
Judo outfit TV.
space at Keystone Center Boat Evening and desk and more. 'Itchg Terms. natural; $1.25 per ft., stained half English. 9 wk.. old.Wormed Door. window, etc. Trim carpenter hanging after 5. 8/26 2tchg 9/02
375 160Mo.
sq.ft. weekends, 473-3241 Itpd type or painted. Free Installations toils docked. $45. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY doors, remodeling addition CARPETED THROUGHOUT! inV
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY 8/26 SPRING LAKE: 2 BR. 1 BA 964-7789. Itpd 8/26 *. 20 experience
SALE for orders over $100. ,. 964.578. Order also yr. Three bedroom home on )
REALTOR FOR
4-MAG RIMS AND TIRES, 15 Lake cottage with 100' Call 964-7699 for more Information 3" VELVET SOFAl Beige taken In lake BUtler 964.8238. 8/26 tchg 6V4, acre*. In-ground swimrn

4734961.112tfnchgCONDOMINIUM New Inch 6 lug- Will fit Datsun. whit. sandy beach. or follow route 16 sofa with blue and brown 496.3079 and Keystone NIEb EXTRA MONEY Inter. ming pool..I.3 mile. from m.

energy efficient n.v.r occupied luv and Toyota trucks GRAPES Large scuppernongandmuscadine 32500. west 2Vi miles next to Olin' floral pattern in new condition Heights. 4734973. 2/26 tfn view are being taken for Stark.city limits on SR-100 8C'

2BR unfurnished $200. 473-2898 or 473-4838 grape. trailer. park. 8/26 2tchg 9/02 $350 BeautyRestqueen BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Avon Representative. Call $. Call 964-7933 after 6 PM. M
550Mo. Between after 5 p.m. Thursday thru U-Plck.! Easy picking. Open 3 ACRE WATERFRONT: size box spring and SERVICE Bradford County Ramona Crapse, 782-3068. No realtor 8/26 2tpd 9/02

Keystone and Melrose. Saturday. I tchg 8/26 every day. Lilly'Vineyard. White Sand. lake. Paved FURNITURE China cabinet mattress, $150. Call residential pump-out 8/26 4tchg 916ATTENTION
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473-3722 tpd 126OPPORTUNITIES 1OOK. Hardback. paperback from Ftorahome. 12 mile east frontage. 160' on lake. early American rocker and. 964-8843 after 6 p.m. Itchg $50. We also re-lay drain WORKING
geographic coffee
of Keystone Heights on $34,000 with owner ottoman casual chair 8/26 MOTHERS If you are In
lines. Phone 964-8121.
50s and 60. liberty Collier Ph. 639-2121. table. All In A-l condi- then
Hwy. 100. terms. need of a babysitter,
other from 3O,. old 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL ,
'., 4734085. No 8/12 tIn tion. 473-2121. Itchg 8/2 MISC. ITEMS Sofa. $35: Car Clean call 964-7203.: Hot meals
newspaper MOBILE HOME BEDS: New, .
collect call. Itpd 8/26 chair $10: desk SIS; Ing Service. Cleaned qul.t'n.lghborhoad.
TRAVEL AGENT training CHAIRS, table*, beveled t.HOUB KEYSTONE $40 per set. Complete. dress.,. $20: trombone washed vacuumed Reasonable rate. Itchg)
: IIMODELINO a 1tcha826CORNPICKER
4733775. I
cia...*. Beginning Sept 27, glass mirror electric .f eli kl.ul. HEIGHTS $100, water heater $15 sanitized,.and deodorized.. 826lOCKMITHBUROlAfl
blanket, metal lettercabinet REPAIR : New Idea mattress and box .' "
Gainesville Phone springs $7.00, pick. and
; 373-4900. 50' hrs.cletsreem ., new electric adding Ream ......ltl..... 'roo REALTY No. 8 corn snapper. One roll $10; radio and record delivered or 'your up place. ALARMS 24. Hr.. Service. -i

/ study 2tpd machine other items. lstlm.tes. ..71.2117"Jeh" 473-4941 pull type. Usable condition. ploy.', "$30. Call 964-5746 Call 964-7226 ask for Den, 'U.,.... ', 1920 South'
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3t *-' a 473-4OBS. No collect call.. Ad.m. .11. 440 Lawrence Blvd. $200. Call 468-1509 after after 5 PM or all day Satur nis. 12/10 tfn' Walnut St., at the Outfitter

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New & Used. TRUCKS WANTED WANTED
MIMOSA MANOR COTTAGE
MOBILE SMAll on MONTH SAMOYED Male,
Color TV'sAntenna's 41 PONTIAC Executive HOME PARK mobile homes PER HUNDRED paid for
Kingsley Lake Sept 1 to $60 WE NEED ASSISTANCE In black and white puppy.
$250.. run good call and spaces for r.nt'- April ,I. Winter rote, working with mall from evaluating and respondingto Lost In vicinity of Hwy e'ruJllleJar
964
8134.
8/26 Ichg Recreational vehicles Home) Experience unnecessary .
Spec In receivingChannel' Deposit required. A/OH daily work reports submitted 16-E. Answers to "Caleb.
CARS $2001) Trucks $1501 welcome. Phone 468-2912. Information
30 a No pets 533.2366.8/26tfn by
47 our agents Call 9645739. 1 tchg 8/26 '
. Available at local Covl. TFchgKITCHENEFFICIENCY HOUSE IN send self-oddressed
WALDO
782-3577 : Three throughout the state. No LOST OR STOLEN: Ladies REALTY
sales.
Call refundable bedroom stamped envelope: J.S.
.unfurnished. experience necessary; beige handbag 8 x 10 1t1. :
om 1 pm ,,,j IIn 1-714569-0241 ext. 5121 ROOMS for rent at low $175 per mo., first and last Associates P.O. Box 726 Paid to complete training. inch with IMPORTANT .'
lor directory that show weekly rates. Call Temple in advance. Security. No Elizabeth N.J. 07207. 7/22 Work at home For Information keys If 1
you how to purchase. 24 Motel,964-7357. 2/18'EOW p.". 468.I 509 after 5.30 Stcho 8/21 send self- whereabouts papers ore known l H
YARD SALE hrs. 8/12 3tpd 8/26 PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished p.m. itchy 8/26 LPN: Paramedics. No late addressed stamped please contact Vernle PHONE 964-7776 ,

SURPLUS JEEPS Car. and efficiencies and I 3 BR, 2'/i BATHs, large shifts, full time work near envelope, 9'/t Inches long Odom at 964-7700 or ctOLLldTEAWILIEGLA 205 N. Temple Starke
;'f trucks .available tell BR opts., weekly or monthly Raiford. Call ,
MOUSE OP BARGAINS Seeing many master BR, den with manager to AWGA Dept E, Box 9645476. $100.00 reward
: lor under '$200. Call NEW FURNISHED fireplace, separate dining 9044311044. 8'12 4tchg 49204 Atlanta GA 30359.
Is Believing! 212 Coll for return of keys, papers
St., 9 a.m.0 5:30 312.742.1143. ext. 609 for STUDIOS. 2313 N. TempleAve. room and living room 9/2 Ipd 8/26: and credit cards ItchgMISCELLANEOUS BRADFORD VILLAS offer new concept In lifestyle with low
Yell p.m. Information on how to purchase ., Slarke.' 3/11 tfp 9/02 large kitchen with bar anddlShwa.h.r. APPLICATIONS are now being EARN EXTRA CHRISTMAS maintenance, charm comfort and quality together with
:r location.come see us at our 8/12 4tpd EOW 9/23 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for hugh shaded excepted lor RNs. MONEY: Olan Mills hs 6 energy efficiency.
new* THAT /18tfn 74 PICK UP 8-cylmder, rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Close lot with plenty of' pecan Shifts avail. 3 p.m. to II I immediate openings for SPECIALSLittle
THIS SALE
;, : Anliqu. short wheel base, spoke to prison. Coll 4681323. trees $350 plus deposit by p.m.; 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Call telephone consultants
t wood stove, ice box, electric rims, wide 4/1 IfnMOBILE Lake Santa Custom built exclusive
tires $850. Call appointment 782-3741 I : 904-496-2323 or apply Morning A evening shifts JIM SENTERFITT, District 5
;,1 candle and porcelaindoll before 1200 9646638. HOMES FOR RENT 5/27 tfn Union General Hospital available. Excellent opportunity State Senate candidatemay showpiece on 2 ac.-$110,000.

light clothing shoes Itchy 8/26 mile from Starke city :3.BR, 1 BATH Inside city BSD E. Main St.. Lake for housewife to get have mailed out in Real Deal. Col. James Griffin's "Plnesong" subdivision
curtains, odds'n .nds. On. 177 MG MIDGET 15.000 CCengine. limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. near schools $325 per Butler Fla. Between 8 a.m. out ol house. Also persons Bradford County pictures on Wilson Rd. Country privacy yet close to
;; mile east past hospital Needs some work. Call 468.1323. 4/1 Ifn mo., by appointment only. S 4 p.m. 8/19 2tchg 8/26 with luol efficient, car or showing members of the everything. Same lots 6000. with 20% down for S yrs. at
..t turn right on 230-A first $1500 or best offer. NICE ROOMS for rent. TV 964 8299 days or 964-7071 WEEK-END COUNSELOR for motor bike, for light Bradford Education 10% Interest.
house behind Bethel 964-7796 after 6 PM. 1 llchg and air, $50 per week and evenings. 7/15 Ifn group home for retarded delivery Must have Association. This in no way Hampton Lake Is exciting living 1I2.S feet of lake
'. Church. Thursday and Fri. 8/26 up. Wall to wall carpet. TRAILER 2 bedrooms I1/ women. Friday evening knowlege of' surroundingarea. implies an endorsement by frontage and a superb brick home with 3 BR end 3 full
day. Itpd 8/26 '*J MUSTANG CONVERT Call 964-9992, ask for bath furnished one large through Sunday afternoon. Apply l in person to these teachers or the baths. Nice deck sprinkler system. Owner financing.
.:' GARAGE SALE: Friday and Rebuilt 6-cyl., auto completely Hazel. 8/12 4tchg 9/2 lot behind Underwood 964-8747. Itchg 8/26 Mrs. Hodges at Best, Association. Itpd 8/26 Geneva Lake Estates-Entertain friends In good taste.
Saturday Aug. 27 & 28. restored new 3 BEDROOM 2 both $250 NEED EXTRA MONEY We PORTABLE CEMENT MIXER
1\ Motel No kids. 8/05 tfn Western beginning Mon ) Country hospitality will be a pleasure In this charming 3
'11 Pool table and accessories tires spoke wheels.$5800; per month $150 securitydeposit. S ROOM BRICK COTTAGE: are now hiring enthusiastic day Aug. 23 after 9 a.m. Remington auto shotgun BR, 2 BA home with fireplace, large screened porch
$295, Jacobsen riding 30" New '81 25 9647423. 8/19 tfn ladies to demonstrate 73 Chevy Malibu,
Mercury hp, Newly renovated. Immaculate toys (Please, no phone calls at some storage building, fenced garden and many ex
mower $395; many more $1250; Mustang rear FOR RENT or For Sale 3 Conveniently and gifts. Now through motel ) 8/19 2tchg 8/26 tools 250 gal. stainless tras.garage

Jl,I lf,ms. North Rood C352. bumper $12.00; 6-gal. bedroom mobile home, I located for elderly coupleat Dec. Free sample, training PART-TIME: Evenings salary steel tank 74 Olds Cutl.... Simple Elegence-Colonlel brick with bay windows on
d turn right, go two miles to Johnson tank and hose, acre, garage, utility shed 571 W. Call St. $225 per and supplies. No invest plus car allowance. Super mist. starters, generators 1.7 Club. Assum. $39,400 at B'/i%
White Sands Lake. See $25. Call 964-8016.Itpd totally electric, $200 mth. mo. On. yrs. lease. ment collecting or deliver vise young adults selling alienator, many other car ac. near Country mtg.
signs. Itchy 8/26 8/26 622.5620 or 732.0888. 8/19 9646491. 8/05 tfn ing. Call area supervisor subscriptions to Fla. Time parts. 964-8238. 8/261tchg 1 approx. 23S3 sq. ft. A fine value et $15.000.

SATURDAY. AUG. 28: 9:00: 1972 CHEVY MALIBU: Two. 2 ROOM efficiency furnished TRAILER; 2 bedrooms 1 '/. collect 17256547. itchy Union. 9645165. 8/19 For The Discriminating 40 acres of prim. Bradford
ill ?? SIS. Alton County farm In the heart of strawberry countryon
Rd. C. B. door auto transmission monthly 782.3458.8/26 bath furnished 1 large lot 9/02 Itchy property
base station lots of AM with ATTENTION LADIES: Houseof Rd. 225. A neat CB ham.with pecan trees and aialeas.KlnatUv .
power steering. KITCHENETTES sleepingrooms behind Underwood Motel FLORIDA TIMES UNION! MOBILE HOME
ceramics, some clothes, 8-track. Runs good. TV, air condition. no kids. B/5 tfnS Lloyd nations largesttoy Motor route available In : Loke!. What more cen you say? Brick duplex
shoes, etc. Itpd 8/26 964.6039 or 4962306. 8/26 Furnished. Weekly Under ROOM BRICK COTTAGE: parly company offers Starke area. Must have SERVICE POLES 1600 sq. H. apprex. 90' on the water. Could easily be

FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE: 2tchg 9, 02 wood Motel Hwy 301) N. Newly renovated. Immaculate $300 free kit. Top pay and dependable transportation iOOttlMptS0.00 mad. into one home
Clothes; TV; black and red 197. TOYOTA CELICA GT LARGE 4 BR country home in convenientlylocated prizes. for showing toys telephone and be > I I I Starke Golf > Country Club-New, large, brick home.
licIB' bar;' motorcycle helmet Coup. Loaded. In good Lawtey. Nice big kitchen for elderly coupleat pnd gifts thru Nov. Free able to post cash bond Huge family room with fireplace. The best designed and
like, n.w, wicker items; condition. Prices at with dishwasher stove & 571 W. Call St., $225 per catalog supplies and deposit. Call 964-5165 or 200 AMP roomiest closets In town.

.1) household and misc. items wholesale cost Call alter 7 refrig One bath large mth. 1 year lease, hostess gift. No investment apply at 1605 N. TempleAve. ?25 t and much more Prison p.m.. 964.8569. Itpd 8/26 rooms and nice enclosed 9646491.85 tin collecting or delivering 8/19 itchy Call maintained home. $55.000 with $20,000 down.
:"i Housing Area off Road 16, '72 PLYMOUTH DUSTER) front porch Big yard no 4 ROOMS BATH: Furnishedin Call area supervisor Anytime Investment 301.7 apartments and 1 cottage on 301

ter follow signs. Friday and Runs good. Need power pets $275 per mo.. $50 Slarke. $150 per mo., collect 17256547. itchy MOBlIiHOMES 461-1117 Waldo $75,000; store on 301, $30,000; home 321 Clark St.
:i' Saturday 9. 5. Itchy 8 26 steering hose $275. Call security 782.3296, plus $50 security deposit 8/26 25000.
JIG. THREE FAMILY yard after 6. 7823283. Itchg 7823332. Itpd 826UNFURNISHED Available Sept. 7. No REHABILITATION TECHNL Imaain.-120,000 CoshCosy Crosby Lake Conal
tS .sale., Childrens clothes, 8/26 four children No ClAN: $10000 to $10,800
pels home. Completely furnished Including TV, refrlg., stove,
FOR SALE
; .:.. 3.12; some baby furniture '7* CHEVY PICKUP depending on qualifica
Step- bedroom house, $350 per 9648071. itchy 8/26 vii freezer, boat t meter riding mower 2 metal outbuildings
; C. B. radio with side, PS PB.; AT; AC. In mo. 315 Walnut St. One RENT WITH OPTION to buy. tions. Duties: evaluationand /wei! a variety of fruit trees, many flowers. Room fora
n antenna;. ladies clothes; good shop. Call 964-8360 bedroom apartment No Distinctive brick home assessment of mental. 12 x 45 MOBILE HOME with and 21 chickens!

.". toys; lots of other good after p.m. Itpd 8/26 children. $110 mo. 524 within walking distance of ly retarded adults, Instruction 12 x 25 front room addition Y garden ll'/4% Assumeble Beautiful brick home with I
Stuff. 314 N. Church St.. 1974 VW: Excellent condition Cherry St. 964-7521. 8/26 schools. 3 8R. 2 BA family and counseling in a with fireplace & extras on U<&lf/' 2500 Mta.ft. $108.000 ($51.500 with mtg ).
sheltered acres. Appro
across from Health Clinic. $1800. 9648549. tfn room w/flreplace, workshop at
off N. of
2 1/2 acres 301
detached
VersatilelFrame I home 1900 ft. with
Thurs Sal. 8 til 5. Itpd Itchg 8/26 TWO BEDROOM TRAILER: separate dining room kit- mosphere. Good fringe Realtor' sq.
yV Starke. 9645449. 7/22
10/' 8/26: LOOK-GAINESVILLE COM $165 per mo., plus $65deposit. chen w/bar CH and air. benefits Qualifications: Old Lawtey P.O. garage; rental home, 925 sq. ft.; I trailer spaces ((4
I MUTERSI1980 Toyota No pets. 782-3332 Comes with washer/dryer Prefer BS In Special Ed. or 4tchg8/14 hookups) and 4 acres. $71.000.
24x60 Doublewide Mobile 12000. DWM.II. on I
N.at2 BR frame home In town with screened front
related AS AA with
Motorcycle 2-door 4-speed. Like new. or 7823296. Itpd 8/26 stove, refrig. Double car or or _
24.000 miles. On. owner IN COUNTRY Unfurnished garage. $400 per mo. 908 experience In MR or Home with 4 tn air conditioning ac. $26,500 6 ac. porch. See to appreciate. $24,000.

I '. \\1 SUZUKI 100 2300 A/C; power brakes; FM three bedroom. Large lot. W. Pratt St. Call 964-6523 teaching backgroud. Send unit. $2,500 down all.$10,500 a Owner fin. on Pretty Wooded Lots In Geneva lake Estates Wonderfully .

miles $495. Call 4732214. stereo; 34 m.p.g. Must One trailer lot In country. Mon. Fri.; after 5.30, call resume to Bob Larimer, and take over payments private, peaceful esthetically beautiful country
sacrifice at $4195. Can 964-6365. let phone ring.Hod 9648843. itchy 8/26 Director Sunshine Acres $195.80 per month. 12 yrs. COMMERCIAL ones. Tennis courts. Terms.
5/20: tfn finance $3600. Call 8/26 WAC P. O. Box 509 oweing. 964-7359 or RESIDENTIAL Price Reduced I Enoy| living In one of the most convenient

1911 actual SUZUKI miles.GS4SOI 1.400 ((904)322-9961) after 6 PM. SMALL 2 BR TRAILER on RENT A NEW BALDWIN Starke. Fla. 32091. Phone 964-6018.8112 tfn ACREAGE location In town. Bessent Rd. Corner lot 3 BR, 2 BA
Many many 8/26 Piano for child. 9647699. 8/26 2lchq 9/02 MOBILE HOME 12x60
extras. $1400 or trod. forantique Itchy Sampson lake. No pets In your Only 904/782-3931 CH/A.
truck. Call 1971 OLDS CUTLASS Two house. Phone 964-6408 or $22.50 mo. plus small movIng 964-7611.8/19 tfn SO4 / 782-3B96 Make Tim. For An Oldtim.r-The Pownall home et
car or HOME
'I'; 8/26 door, $350; LWB camper 964-8416. itchy 8/26 charge. All rent and FOR RENT OR SALE '81 727 W. Cypress. 4 IR, 2 BA with two beautiful lots,
485-154\Itchg
.x, .. ,. ) lop. $65. Call 964-6365. moving expenses applies model 14x70 Wlndgate. 3 P.O. Drawer "M" and WilsonRd.
1 GT 3S0: Load MOBILE HOME ONJUNGUIY Could B. Subdlvlded-4.7B acres an 230A
J97sUZUKI,, t. THfl5HOP
ftu
,, ,197t to purchase. Parramore"Wulic ; BR, 2 BA on one qpIQ1.. ,30US. Lawte.
.n.III iKooidilion' ...fnew.ituneupAtking$40aCallp644255.' ,- 130YOTA'COR(1LLA( : : : LAKE Jfnr. ? ( ? S11.70O. -
New 'tires, 5S.OOO rIII... .' AlC&H. No'pets. : Ocala. 732.6776V V Call after 5 p.m:, 9646885.
.I'J'' Extra clean. 32 m'.p.g. D.po.it' required 237.5444.8126Ifn Itchy 8/26
8/26
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o $2700. 7823640. Itchy 533.2366.8/26 tin 12 X 60 Mobile home for Pointing Classified Ads

WANTEDAXLES '75 CHEVY VAN) Power r'"n rr sale. 5000. Call 7823278. Wall Papering Dry Wall Get Results

brakes, power steering r Itchy 826EXCELLENT --
Texture Ceiling-Power Washing ,
Insulated. 16 ft. Cruiser Many Extras CONDITION: 12x
I TIRES 2 axles + 4 boot 40 hp Evinrude motor Three bedroom 2 bath with fireplace, screened potlo. 60 1979 Mobile Home. I .Free Estimates. STARKE

tires. We pickup $100; and trailer. Cash $1800. $62,300. 11% assumable mortgage. Equity and take overpayments 964-8456 964-7386 I ROTARY
You deliver $125. Olins Phone 964.8931 or Good LocationNice SUNSHINE MOTEL $112.80. With or I
Mobile Home Sales Hwy. 473.3096.itpd 8/26 lot three bedrooms both block home. Central) 1100 N.T.mpl.iv., without porch and air con I I CLUB

100 W Slorke. 9645606. heat and air $45,000 with good assumable mortgage. UNDER ditioning unit. 964-8849 or ir needs Spinet type

TFchg IKE'S SAW Look H.r.l NEW MANAGEMENT 9647100. Itpd 8126Classified r CuriesSuzukiKawasaki piano will pay $300
TO BUY OR LEASE Minimum & MOWER SHOp Brand new Doublewlde on 1.25 acre. Three bedroom Color TV Air Cond. 4 moveCall

no yr., 2.3 BR house on (S. Walnut-Across from 2 bath. Out-bulldings. lots ol extras. $45,000. Financing Low Weekly Rates Ads
VI 4 acres tillable land.hgrn.ed Shuford Chevron) Available. f 11 Nr p ...n.tee Of Starke 964-7910 or
good nixed ,SALES SERVICE, Handyman Special l.tr.II p.'p.nen Get Results 9645564.

Pegs' #TOW, "or<0,'| minimum' Chain Sows t Lawn '2.' Acre Three bedroom. one bath home. Large poleborn.$17,100.
20'xT -' .-At\y jvhere In ,\ ''MewersWANTEfcV/ Good financing. Shop & Compare!! Only the name has changed NOT the
Starke area. Preferably Close to Town 1
''isJ>*HrV\ "en..S'orke and Three bedroom, 2 bath home on 4 acres plus frailer Special Insurance foi management. VACUUM
r_ CI\IIiII.Y.W"4ox Holder Mobile Home Palls NEED
this deal. $28,500. Financing
ftrlrflnH 544-C. Callahan, hook-up,makes s goad Along with our fine line of Suzuki's we SALENEW
Fla. 32011. 8/12 3tpd 8/26 available.. All types of homeowners -
MONEY? are proud to present our new franchise & USEDWe
for
Cash .Available 10 Acres;$1700 p.r ac. policies Use Your Home Kawasaki and need to make room for our new Finance Our (>\*11
Rent 2 W Acres $1500. High t Dry mobile homes.) KIIUiYSHOYAI.S
? .C'br ; i arrivals.
A. J t room. 1 bath We'ou'j'ht & 2nd 2 Aciei:$1500. well Call for Quote Equity. We make

aJlftrneOne\ mile US-301.northot"farko"On Migatl; ) us_ for a f Acres$13,000.: Raiford Olin's Mobile 1st & 2nd Mtgs. Come In Today, Help Us Make Room EUUKKAS:

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I nebo '..qcrJ..SJOO I!fining ,964-5010 964-5958 Elaine M. Olin Agent 964-5010 KII.TKK: QUKK.NSSKA : ::;

....,t fie q \\o,p.1P"c'// a ERA. Faulkner Realty. Realtors 964.5606 1981 OS Models: : US

teluiCIM 'II....".7 w.nin n:) 964-5065 12.Month Unlimited Mileage Warranty. JMMEKCIAI.; :

We repair all makes
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES fi

tI'l' ) I I ,II.' : PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS GS 10000X GS 450 TX s( -5.. AI Young'sSince
.. I ATTENTIONSerious GS 750 LX GS 450 IX rr
; 1957
11,1';; .Qutdpor.'MarineCibiricj GS 650 EX TS Its X t ,

.. Job Seekers I GS 450 SX TS 100 X /y 964.6918
.....J .. {,I' Starke !9647662Intl 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. / q.. 3 Mile north olSlaikt

J h'\ ,Would you Ilk. to set your own hours with practically From M50" to 297"
i t.t UT desired? If GS 750L on US 301
no limit on earnings and have vacation as
PAal Out: of Rio, then why not conveniently work with us sor

ting/bundling mall. Receive work and payments by 1: :t 1530 W. Madison The Motorcycle People WellDrilling

01.lloj.-*! mail. Start Immediately) For Information a self. Phone 964-6312 Hwy 301 S. Starke

f. BusinessSale addressed stamped envelope assures a prompt reply 904-964-6020
;; Mall Marketing Service P.O. Box 2590 Ocala OpprtwmywMiNMMt . .

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350.00 AUCTIONSaturday
::t 13' Stumpnocker . ,' : Assistant Teacher

c Salary 3.35 per hr. . .
'jt 14' Stumpnocker,,.:. ., .... "j555"52 location Bradford Co. Headstart Center; Starke. Flo. New & Used

';: 14' Bass Boat. ..?.,;,?..,.}. ., :085.00 Aug. 28 10 a.m. RESPONSIBILITIES The Teach.: Assistant has the responsibility for o..I.lInglh. experiences play SalesePartsServiceEZ

906.50 end learning; performing housekeeping duties: and working with children In any way TermsPlumbing

ITo 14' Tri Hull..A.r r. ... '," 60 Acre Farm W/Doublowido suggested by Teecher. Teacher's Assistant will act for end In the absence of Teecher.hum . . . .


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60 acres all fenced and ''crossed fenced, 20'acres In pecans 5)) Sh_'l4 Urn* .._..pwtoic. _... with chit,.... Remodeling Repairs

2'cI Truck.Dog Boxes.. M .'.. -.t r .x157.50. doublewide mobile home with 12x20 addition, pole barn w/loading sl 7)))Ability Aklllty' M*."...01&pr**with! lfc.cuHvf wtltt. a.l.l.r..pa..rv aid 011..1,.,..r.Hy, and In writing. . .,_ . . .

,962.50 chute out building diesel tractor attachments. St) AkllHy M....$..udMxw. et ._"iSI1dM, DurrlnCePUMP
9.8 Mercury .,'t"'f" 1)) H.. .110I11.,In. ."\_ ..nd In tMcklnt prKtk. *kills ki ss..SIirhM..xd nainwixlxe t**'MIX kuMii sir.
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: . .:. .1276.10'AU.5 'information III} Ability*. M at c.wmc 4v. ..."...... &
25 HP Mercury.... This property will be divided or sold as a whole.. ) For more III) Ability N MMkUik 011_. ..rkl..(r.l_mklra| .""* ">.mk.r. . 1/2 off brochure contactCAHPDELL' .t pubis.. : SUPPLY
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\ obtained upon request.Applications locations .' .. ..',, ;y .
Stock 1\ are available In the following
Every TIhing'in':; .-rtd. m:2I S.R.E.C.. Inc.Bredferd County Outreach Center 864 N.
Starke,Florida '
AUCTION SERVICE SHO'WCASI e Date 1. 1t82. :30 P.MSUWANNEE ., Temple ,Avc.Starlt .
-- Must: Go.U'!!! Closing September FZ.
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PROPERTIES Inc HIVE ECONOMIC COUNCIL, INC. ,
Randall Campbell. .. .e.v.. ... . .s
Hearten AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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Stark" Boy Drowns dent of Starke for the past several Lake Butler AccidentsWade Starke Woman ChargedWithAttempted You'll want to remember
r' *. In Santa Fe Lake months.

L A Iivy *r-fJld boy drowned Saturday Lawtey Man Arrested 11 ,.' 1\:\ "; how they' look
Anthony Finley was cited for Murder
kftfcrnoorj after he ventured into ,
!tdre Twice For TrespassingFrancis careless driving In an accident on
r while!swimming at Santa
>
r Ke Lake and rescue efforts to revive Howard Norman, 61, from SR-100 in Lake Butler August 17. Imogene Brewton Sewell, 31, of ; todayIIML
him' failed, according to Alachua Lawtey, was arrested August 21 for Finley, driving a 1972 Pontiac, was Starke, was charged with attempted
heading east SR100. Eason
on Ward murder
County Sheriffs Office. trespassing after warning when following a shooting August
Crawford, 46, driving 1981 Datsun 20(
distrubance at a as a result of a domestic dispute.
Craig Patrick Andrews, son of Mr police were called to a
and Mrs. the Store US-301 and pickup, was headed west on SR 100. James Lee Sewell, who was
Lyle Edgar of 1504 Geiger Lil'Champ on
Road in Starke, slipped under water SR-161n Starke. Finley, of Lake City, was exceeding alledgedly shot by his wife, was taken
the speed limit and ran into a puddleof to Bradford County Hospital they by
for a brief time before he was pulled Norman had been arrested August
water causing him to lose controlof
to !shore by other swimmers, according 13 at the same location for the same Stat-Flight to Alachua General
his vehicle
according to Hospital.
to Deputy Harlan Jennings.The reason, he had been told on two occasions Trooper
Calvin Pace.
accident occured on the west on August 8 not to go back to the City police were called to In-
shore of the lake at Shipman's Lan- store, according to Patrolman Jerry The Pontiac crossed the centerlineand vestigate a shooting at Estelle St and
struck the Datsun in the left front. Old Lawtey Rd.
ding in Earleton just after 4:30: pm. Miller. Finley was taken by Rescue 51 to A yellow and white Mazda was
The child artificial Bond set at $150 and Normanwas
was
was given respira-
Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City parked in the middle of the road witha
tion at the then to released his recognizance
scene transported on own
where he was treated and released. flat tire. Witnesses said James Lee -
Alachua General 13.Norman.
Hospital by ambulance August
Damage to the Pontiac $500.( Sewell, Sr.
was
where he was pronounceddead was booked into the Brad- was changing the tire on
Damage to the Datsun was $5,500 in the Mazda
when
a green Mercury
_
ford County Jail under a $150 bond on
the 3:30: p.m. accident. pulled up and Sewell's wife shot himin
The Andrews child had been a resi the latest charge
the back.

Roland (Hardy Williams of Worthington The police then went to the
Springs, Fl. was arrested residence of Imogene Sewell on Oak 4
More and charged with driving while intoxicated St where they found a green Mercury
in the yard and Imogene Sewell sit.
driving while his license was k
revolked, failure to Immediately ting on the front porch. ;
Old Church report an accident and not having a Sewell admitted shooting the victimand
.38 calibre the
proper license tag on his vehiclefollowing gave a pistol to
a accident August 17 in policeman.
Lake Butler. Imogene Sewell was then booked in-
Jroll'Ju'f.f one to the Bradford County Jail, according -
Williams, driving a 1976 Mercurywas to Patrolman Jerry Miller.
pockets for funds, for no one was left As a child this reporter grew up attending heading west on SIM00. A 1982 Bond was set at $2,000.
to stand alone in those days, as the Sunday school and church in Mack tractor-trailer was parked
members of the church were always this beloveH old Building and while I heading west on SR-100. The Mercury Card of ThanksWe
there with hands extended to help. searched through the records for this veered into the parking lane and alA
When there was no minister story the past was relived once again.I struck the left rear lire of the trailer. 4 .
available the church would choose a remember as you would enter the Thedriver_ stopped, got out, looked at could never express our thanksfor a
Deacon or a member well learned in old building on the left side near'The his car and then continued to drive the kindnesses of the many people
the bible to read a scripture and to pulpit there was a row of very uncomfortable west according to witnesses. who brought food and sent flowers
close with a prayer. pews which, back then we and words of sympathy and love during professional8x10
The first record available listed the called the "Ahmen Corner." Williams was stopped by the Union the recent loss of our beloved
first! pastor as P.M. Hartman, who The elders of the church always sat County Sheriff's Deputy and taken to mother, Mrs. Beulah Prescott. color portrait for
maintained the position for several there and many were the tunes that the county jail. Our special thanks to our pastor,
years. we caught them dozing, or not listen Rev. Roman Alvarez, Pine Level
ing to the minister in the pulpit. Baptist Church and the Archie Tan babies
Some of the other pastors servingthe up Total bond for Williams set at All ages welcome ,
church through the years were Just about the same time, inevitably was ner Funeral Home for their help and aiik adults,and families! Choose
A.J, Pineholster, G.R. Laremore, the minister, who would be $550.Damage to the Mercury was $250, prayers which helped us during our 88 from our selection of scenic
J.H. Kelly J.W. Wood, C.A. Crosby, up there preaching his heart out, according to Trooper Calvin Pace. sorrow. and color backgrounds.We'll
would suddenly, to The Family of Beulah Prescott
F.M. Taylor, L.B Hemingway, G.E. get a point across, select roses,and additional
pound on the pulpit with his fist.
McGauley, Earl Willis, Oliver
portraits will be available with
Brookins, Wade Parrish, Coleman The nodding elders, suddenly jerk
Padgett, Truby Parrish, Lacy Con- ed into conciousncss, would no obligation.
way and others I might have missed. automatically" jell "Ahmen! THESE DAYS ONLY August: Fri. Sat Sun

Many probably still have relatives in Ahmen We often!. wondered how I 27 .28 29
the area. they knew TIRE SOLE .
', / .
At the present time the Rev. John when the right time was to say Ahmenbut \ ,,111/ Daily: 10 am 8 pm Sunday: 12 Noon 5 pm
in time discover that, with '
Hendry is one of the oldest names on you .
the church roll. Lucreasy Ann Mitilda time, you can sit on a darkened stage 4 Ply Polyester Fiberglass Belted
Anderson who joined the church at and still know what's going on. Time SOUTH WALNUT STREET, STARKEPrices
the age of 15, in the year 1885, is the has a way of catching up with us. Size FET Price Size FET Price ; -
pastor. It sure would be nice to walk into P165/80D13/ 1.63'29.88 P165/80D13/ 1.76'31,88 N
Her son, Russel Green, says "My the old church building come Sunday, :::;P195/75D14/ 2.18'32.88 P195/75D14/ 2.37'39.88 '
Sept. 5 and see some of the old timers
Mother told me many times that the 2.38'37,88 P215/75014 2.41'41.88
P215/75D14/
like P.S. Crosby, Henry Gatlin, Frank I
day she joined the church at Dedan Reduced
P225/75014/ 2.61'39.88 P225175D14/ 2.79'42,88
the elders had just voted to close the Fowler, Lee Crosby, my father
doors of the church and not to hold Raleigh Waters and so many others P215/75D15/ 2,46'38.88 P215/75D15 2.84'43.88 I Up to 23% ,
services in it any longer." sitting there. P22S/75015/ 2.66'39.88 P225/75D15 3.13'45.88 I
"Mother spoke up and said "God To look over and see familiar faces P235/75D15/ 2.96'42.88 P235/75D15 0.00'00.00 on Additional
sent me to this house of worship for a like Clarissa Crosby Cynthia Lopez, Portraits -,, .. -.-,. r,
special reason today and now I know Mae Mott, my mother Gertrude,Lilly I Alignment a
what it is. I must be baptized in this Crosby, Sally Dyal or Lizzie Fowler, Factory VISA Road
church in his name so the doors can so many who will not be there in per I Trained Hazard One 88*portrait per subject or group.Minors must be accompaniedby
not be closed." son perhaps, but if you listen real Specialists $1250. 'I a parent.
The elders agreed with this show of closely,you can hear their voices as a Most Cars & Light Trucks i I_I Warranty
support and the church remained light breeze, join us all in song as thisis I 811 when you purchase 2 new eras_.._ I II
their day too.
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GIANT Delsey Hav-O-Line i GARAGE Mostcars&Trucks FOREIGN CAR .;r(.....,:,jj, IT U[.443

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$ 9 9 Pens, Pencils, -> Slide-out Chassis :) ,
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2" Y Case Meat Store $448 i EASY TERMS -;'
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105 Edwards Road, Starke Across from Bradford Square Limited Quantities ,,"

t Jr.1 Food Store 964-8290 I 'a;
Choice Western Beef Sale GE 19" Color T.V. Patioo 0
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I August 28 FRESH Sweetheart .'White In (fewer repairs

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PAC MAN $ Fit $179 Sausage,

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