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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: September 9, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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and evening thunderstorms.

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inches of rain reported at the fire tower there. Louis Hill fire tower at Obituaries' , , .Poge,,I
/Highland recorded 7,36 for the month with a tenth of an inch falling News Briefs. . ,Pages 4tClassifieds The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven101th

August 27 And the ':Santa: Fe tower on US-301 south at Hampton Lake had . , .Pages 4.7 Year STARKlFLORIDA;
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School tciichcr Judy Becker, pulledoff since, winning election to the school drawn and tense face was shown which way he
...ft-a.: the upset of the year winning I the Imai'd. She has promised to be a by County Commissioner E.W, mining of the
K.I.; ( Nook) Norman District i I school board seat from incumbent fullimp! school board member. The I lodges us he watched the 160 would keep an
Dislrkl211'iuner: Arthur Gaskins, cveryboly victory will cost Mrs. Becker some absentees being t counted Wednesday was never sure
For futility CommissionK.W. agrees. $4.000 in salary. morning, Hodgi-s led challenger Bill
Becker beat Gaskins 2.227 to l,745a Gelling out among the people every Alderman by 211 votes Tuesday night, County clerk
n comfortable 4H2\ vote margin. opportunity, including much door-to- and the absentees could have turned correctly, that (
f door campaigning. ,was Mrs. Becker's the race around. But Hodges got 95 would be e>'
I Elsewhere in the five county races: absentees to 01 for Alderman increasing absentees were
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his victory to 62
[, District 5 school board member School 'teachers who lead. the Bradford votes, margin The other
J.T, Parrish won a close race by 08 Education: Association were Close races are nothing new to the bent school
'. votes, boating back, a challenge by ecstatic Tuesday night BEA the three term county commissionerfrom rish survived by
>", rr educator Jerry Lawson 2.15)210) 1,93-1. teacher union, backed both Mrs. lidinpttm Lake. Hodges won by thoughts of an

':' ilr District 2 incumbent school board Becker and Jerry Lawson with money 51 votes in 197a in a second primaryrace cumbents '1"
pi and work. It is the first BEA backed local officials
i f member Patricia Spengler holdscomfortable candidate to be elected in the county, with Paul Meng of Hampton. difficult to _
4V lead going into the se and the win is expected to boa shot in Hodges said he could feel the race votes
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Maxie his
man the arm to the I union as a politicalmover way after the Democratic __
w Reddish by 5J9! votes. Mrs. Spengler which BEA has been trying to political rally in Starke when Alder- District 2
polled l,7'J2 votes Reddish 1,153: and be. man said he had not made his mind up member
V oJ Ted Oglesby \\.02I.!> vote margin gathe'r

,;j Hodges District 4 county commissioner primary from '
f DistrklIWinuerFor E.W, Hodges came out with a close Reddish who
('Ul1I1t ('omml..sion race over challenger Bill Alderman. county
I /Hodges won by 62 voles, polling 2,030to he is an )'
Alderman's 1,968.! of Correct ions,
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District: 2 county commissioner ing
I E.L. (Nook) Norman won a comfortable :
With Reddish
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neighbor Les Whitehead. Norman was forced
:. polled 2.271 votes to 1,725 for lost
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County? Yes! Mrs Becker proved ; Oglesby

that with a solid 482 vote victory over ministrator
Gaskins, a two-term school board .i technical center
member and a native of the Lawteyarea. J been stronger,
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Bradford school board, as far as local Gaskins,
the Ballots.
officials could tell in a quick look back Sorting .. Z Lawson has
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: Mrs. Becker must resign her math prior to counting them Tuesday nle)jl 'ro'n( hl/,left, Lftuie/ Brllf Parks. Hall. Mrs
";:':;;\10 I .... ,' : For school oard'i' "..'.'''".**l*tcach'mgpositu' .. atBradford-High, Ruth allbargH.Marlqn.t""dt'rhur. ant!Slae '*'Shiner.i A' wa..'.j. 'J1'.' that anew ball l

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.; Precinct: 1 2 3 A 5 6 7 SA 8B 9A 98 IDA 108 11 12A 128 13 14 ISA ISB Absentees Total II'

.. Top State Candidates

County Commission, District I -- ,..
A E.I. (Nook) Norman 179 209 12 191 202 .0 200 54 70 99 98 49 95 139 44 69 137 79 62' S 106 2.271
: Bradford County voters, hitting the meager 194 for Fred Kuhn, and 181 for
nail on the head by polling 55.4 per Bob Kunst
; ,. ", .r Leslie Whlteheod 142 124 83 119 126 99 73 27 35 48 91 79 10 139 30 70 96 66 132 3 43 1,725 cent of their voting strength Tuesday, In other races the Bradford vote
I 1 also called the shots by giving their was:
'ol support to winners in the four top- Attorney General Jim Smith, 2,740;
'. ., I ranking races on the ballot. Fred Goldstein, ,
I : ," ._ County Commission.' District 4 t ,' The only local vote contrary to the Comptroller Gerald Lewis, 2,257
t" : Bill Alderman 162 163 94 124 14S 13 110 40 61 71 '94 B4 75 201 34 80 116 42 104 2'' &, 61 1,968' public pulse occurred when a Ralph /Haben. 1,419.

'4.1/' <- J' .-ry, "favorite Bradford son," Doyle Con- On the Republican ballot in Bradford
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'\4 E.W. Hodges 135 159 72 178 112 89 141 46 43 97 92 62 111 91 38 54 114 83 964 5. Yliv i 95 2,030 ner, Jr. of Lloyd, failed to make it to County, Skip Bafahs received 94
.; : the run-off for State Senate, District 5, votes for Governor, and V. Davids 35.
I ',1,1i', although he was high man in Brad- The vole for GOP nominees for U.S.
, "".,r'f'' ford with 1,464 votes to 825 for Bill Senate were: Bludworth, 39; Poole,
1- ; Grant of Madison and 707 for Jim 52; Snyder, 38.
I d' : 48 2,227 Crews of Tallahassee. The statewide vole Tuesday
pi did Bradford voters turned out 4,331 assured Bafalis of the GOP nomination
, ." strong (with a registered total of to run against Gov. Graham in
I ,' If ;" Arthur Oo.kins 203 132 73 136 138 17 115 27 45 71 70 61 39 137 33 48 92 69 89 2 J, 71 1,745 7.832) to give its blessing to three the November General Election, and

I high-ranking incumbents in state placed Poole in the run-off to select a

I r'.: government, all of whom were re- GOP opponent for U.S. Senator
I k School Board. District 2 elected by wide margins: Bob Lawton Chiles.
Graham for Governor; Jim Smith, Besides the high Votes for Conner,
j I Ted Ogl..by 49 70 47 74 13 52 79 27 2B 51 37 59 41 71 14 35 Si 77 43 0 ,' *. 34 1,029 Attorney General; and Gerald Lewis, Grant, and Smith, in the State Senate

'''< m H v% Comptroller. race, Bradford polled 296! for Jane
(Ii': Maxie Reddish 131 132 39 SO 7* 63 11 IB 20 24 44 S3 49 93 20 45 54 29 72 2'"W'W, : 48 1,153 Congressman Don Fuqua was Bell, 93 for Jim Senterfitt, and 231 for
three-to-one in Bradford County over Bill Sutton. The three top men made
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!Mftt',1,1'f his nearest Pete Skinner of strong appeals for votes at both county -
'# PatriclaSp.n"", '., 114 113 79 146 171 64 117 35 60 93 104 $9 61 115 :38 61 119 78 71 &&; 74' 1,792 Lake City. opponent.The Congressional vote rallies Conner on his interest m'

--: here was: Fuqua, 2,594; Skinner 880\ ; bettering the lot of the small farmer;
\ b Allen Cox, 326. On the basis of incomplete Grant, a banker cited his experiencein
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'", School Board. District S '. JfiJf" returns, Fuqua won in the budgeting, business management,
district by about two to one over the and planning; Crews dwelled stronglyon I
Jerry lawton 141 144 16 156 177 48 144 38 52 12 95 74 94 128 45" 71 125 9 47 48 1,934
L'I! combined totals of Skinner and Cox. his opposition to mining peat in the
'- Bradford gave a handsome 3,402 Santa Fe Swamp and his efforts in
J.T. Porrlih 176 172 10 148 151 130 131 46 55 82 84 71 70 150 25 41 106 54 134 4 72 2,002 vote total to Gov. Bob Graham to a other environmental matters.



Drawdy Leads Rep. Williams in State House Race"I've City VotingSet


staff that denied desired
torney's was
got my work cut out for me:" Final unofficial figures, includingmost The vote by counties was: space in the new Clay County courthouse TuesdayTWO

10-year veteran legislator Frank absentees were; Drawdy, 4,979, Brad. Clay .St. .1 .
Williams said Wednesday morning as Williams 3,289 Jerry Johnson 1.680, Drawdy 561 4,236 18b Williams was doubtless weakenedby races for scats on me
----- final returns from Tuesday's First and Jack Mills 625 in District 21, com- Johnson 110 1,436 134 recent redistricting that cost him Starke city commission are on
_----11DAL..l! 9 Primary election mandated a runoff prised o' all of Clay County, the east Mills 53 134 21 approximately two-thirds of the tap Tuesday Srpl. 14. after being
L.wt.y Dlxl Youth Assn. between him and top man Lee portion of Bradford, and northwest tip Williams 922 2.243 124 voting strength of his home county" left in the shadow of state and
.' ',i' Mooting Drawdy of Orange Park. of St. Johns. Bradford, leaving him only one county races in the past weeks
7:30 P.M. Williams said Wednesday that Immediate Starke precinct ( No. 7, Heno) and tak- Body shop and laundry

.' lawtoy Item, SchoolMQNDI1Yj.pt \ J steps should be taken to ing away the area east of U.S. 301 the business operator Bobby Big r is
create interest and get out the vote for Starke City Limits, and Highway 18 to challenging prison system
> 13 r : Hampton Votes TuesdayThe the second primary on October 5. He Graham. Williams blames the Duval employee Bobby Milner, the In-
\ Bradford County Commission suggested a debate, although Drawdy County legislative delegation with cumbent, for the Group I post.
.\. Meetlng-9:30 A.M. refused to appear at a pre-election whom he crossed swords in connection -. Apartment unit owner Joe
....... town of Hampton will have two new councilman, a new mayor, and a debate in Orlando before the First with' a property annexation Williams is challenging Florida
:. BC School Board new sheriff after the city election of Tuesday, Sept. 14. Primary dispute, for most of his redistricting Highway Patrol employee Travis
Meeting-2nd Haring on Budget Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Hampton Tuesday Drawdy said Wednesday that his troubles. Woods, the incumbent, for the
,. 7 PM On the ballot for Mayor current council chairman John Evans will be runn- camp was "already cranked: up" and Drawdy Was also better financedthan Group 5 council seat

r-- -- -=.-.- --- ing against Gordon P. Wadsworth, Jg. was ready to enter a runoff A two- Williams, reporting $43.412 in The candidates are none too
',. .:.:, .:. .iyMDAx.s-pl.JA.__ Thus Evans' council scat is up for grabs along with the seat now owned by term Clay County Commissioner, contributions' or Sept. 3, 19H2: to hopeful for a good turnout in
"' Stock Election I. Ted Curtis who is not running for reelection. Drawdy, 40, is executive director of Williams'. $16,072 on the same dale.: Tuesday's off-year city voting,
... ....... The four candidates for the two council seats are Charles N. Hall, Fred the Piping Promotion Trust, which Drawdy carried two Bradford but they point out there is a lot of
Hampton Election Phillips, Bruce tRoy) Roark and Lola Williamson. represents and promotes the interest, County Precincts, No. 2 (Lawtey) interest in the'city race as they
....... The two new councilman will be joined by Ulyssess Woods,'Roger Mitzel, nf mechanical contractors in 17 coun which'the redistricting line veered knock on doors throughout the
/ IC 'Commission Mtg.i" and Mrs Jane Haddock. ties. He was apparently little hurt in away from 301 to include the entire city town.
," :;!V'::FlnaF Budget Hearing ,'", The new council will have its first meeting Wednesday night, Sept. 15, at 7 his home county by a recent Grand, in District 21. The' vote there>was Voting takes place from 7 a.m.
r..1'' ...% >, ".M. ... .p.m.. the day after the election. Jury report that described Clay Coun- 128 for Williams and 168 for Drawdy. to 7 p.m. in the city hall at 209 N.
>t' "" I .. ", .,,_ Present Town Marshal Raymond Simmons also chose not to run for election ly. government .as "outgrown" and ,Williams also 'lost by a narrow six Thompson Street. Candidates run
WEDNUDAL .pt,. 15 BO the only candidate for the job- John Hodge of Hampton will be new Inept." Some- Commissioners vole margin to Drawdy in new in groups but voting in city-wide
'"'",;,, Hompton Council MIJ--" 1\13nhaland will b* worn in Tuesday __ responded that the report was Precinct 10-B tSanta Fe Lake Area) in each race
"'polilically.ln"pil'r.' by state alt where tho.t ute was 85-79..



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County Commission Faces Decisions: on Fixing, Replacing Old Jail BuildingHow

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to keep the county's: 32'year ..confuryssioners'the sheriff thinks 1 isfeto presented to the County in a July 12 against direction oi travel not separated from corridor and other ,been corrected, but the remainderwill
old Jail in compliance with state fire move forward with correcting th6 > letlwt from Thomas IL King Jn Fire use areas by approved; one-hour rated take big money Sheriff Dolph
safety regulations will be one problem deficiencies. It should cost no mora,>>' Protection Specialist with the Officeof 'Stairs from first to second floor separation. Kitchen door does not Reddish has told the county commis-
put to the county commission than $10,000 to correct the,deficiency; the State Fire Marshal. The notice constitute an unprotected vertical have a self-close positive latch. No sioners in numerous warnings that
It when it meets :Monday, Sept. 13. des pointed out by the fire marshal",*'j',listed 12 violations, three of which it opening, and is an unenclosed., un- automatic supression system. the state would be cracking down on
In the face of having the old jail con. Sheriff Reddish estimates.' said have been corrected. The other protected exit access. jail facilities such as the 20-year-old
demned because of safety violations, One of the biggest needs cited by nine safety violations listed are: Boiler room door from hall not Second floor storage closet in the facility in Bradford County. I
the commission must decide whetherto the fire marshal is the need for an out- for hazard ap- stairwell for combustibles does not The commissioners have been put. '!
spend thousands of dollars repairing side door and fire escape from the se- No fire alarm system, no proved type area have approved separation from use ting off the problem, doing the \Least I
it, or possibly aim toward building'a cond floor. The only other thing that automatic detection system and no Combustibles stored in first floor areas for a hazard area, possible to remain in compliance.The
new facility. automatic sprinkler a board not want to put.a lot of
could be done, in addition to correcting system. north ,office area closet does
The physical plant of the jail is the violations cited by the fire mar not have an approved door which for the does Door to the hallway from the cat. money in the old jail, yet!has not felt it
responsibility of the county commission shal would be to add bunks, the sheriff Exits and directions thereto not quired one-hour. rated enclosure. re-. walk behind the hospital cell operable feasible to finance a new facility.
points out Sheriff Dolph Red. notes. designated with approved signs., from one side only, precludes use as It is becoming increasingly; clear
dish. No money from the Sheriff's An intended plan for correction of Hazardous material stored in an exit access. however, that either the old jaUwilihave ;
Department is budgeted for the jail the violations and designation of Only one set of keys to the doors evidence to be renovated or'a new one
except for operations and salaries for specific dates for completion is required 1 readily accessible. other room store not separatedfrom Only one direction of exit from the built. To that end the board included
use areas by approved
the employees. for an extension of time to be one-hour second floor dormitory (cell). $144,755 of federal revenue sharing
Bradford County is about to the granted according to an August 23 Exit discharge doors swing separation funds in its new budget currently ten-
place where" it must show some letter to County Clerk Gib Brown The kitchen Is a hazardous area Some of the violations listed have tatively adopted.
results to bring the jail into compliance from John It Nelson, chief Bureau of __ I
with the state fire marshal's Fire Prevention Office of the State Outstanding in the fieldAny _
regulations and with the Department Fire Marshal. The letter was inanswt'r '.:<1\. 'r" ,. r
of Corrections, points out Sheriff Reddish to Broxvn's July 20 letter re- field. ,*,. '
who" feels comforted) that the ciuesling an extension of time for the '1 Re-EIect
county commission has appropriatedmoney (ounty Commission to correct! safety I KIT no ,,
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to do those things cited in the violations at the jail! et 149900F '
fire marshal's official notice of viola An Official Notice of Violation was : '
tion.Concensus .t. Travis
of the board of county .
Acrobatics Classes

Lunchlrl1us; Start September 13: r :

Bradford (.....lIItyIitdlt': >i-luinl Acrobatics classes taught by Jean WOODS
land all clrou'nlary sihtNiKMlHIll Reid through the Slai ke Kec Department -
.IV. Mpl. It,Sll p|>\ .hM..II I tlllll iMltUltttitirn will start Monday. Sept 13.
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' milkTu.'iilav.. Alpl| 11 M.iplJot. ill bun IIIIII.I1yI i featuring Curies Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke tact each of you on a personal basis. I regret that I have not had

\turn\,,,".iHiulit*.01,1%,. Wyn.t1.I'r/aleal.ld.Il.|rN'ki., milk |,"Uhttltp I"olnilli The Rev. Robert Sawyer llwy 30 S.. Starke KL -sda120I.'t. the opportunity to visit with you and discuss the issues which are
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Mundirpi. 1,1.11.11..1'1.11..1.-.('..tiCri: ... friu,'' ft'ic". NURSERY COUNTY BRADFORD TELEGRAPH I am deeply grateful for the priviledge of serving as your City

t nnikphakeTne.di iHi. ..ehurnf.,. ...."r*, II rriMuh. (rrll'". Inllk.lakr \plal First United Published every Thursday Commissioner during the past two years.

\\UrilitpMil. s*.I.\.I.II"III..M.| '... pr f :.1 i .tiriulru1 10 Methodist Church at 135 W. Call Street .

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nutk.iulkt'p'' Starke, FloridaSubscription dability and must rely on this message to solicit your vote and con-
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Rates: tinued support on SEPTEMBER 14 1982 for Commissioner
City
Public NoticeFor in-traJe: area: $10.00 per year ,

$5.50 six months Group 5.

those citizens who are Outside trade area: $11.00 per year ro PO(.AOV

$6.00 six months
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physically unable to vote at the --


polls at City Hall September 14,


1982 request ,a / h ': .. 1 UI
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absentee ballot and vote by that .I it 1;' 11 a r. : '/ r Zit I j 1 :' j '


method. Any elector may


designate in writing a preson to 4RPETIQtCk Ire


pick up the ballot for him. I rY

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A complete recap and proposed If a third well were added to the tax. Clerk Lucille Shuford advised the
alternatives were presented to system. councilmen the budget had to be
,>, If' Lawtey Councilmen Tuesday night by Detailed discussion ensued and the revised because instead of receiving
Engineer Ralph Eng of Chance, Eng, Council members elected to study the $10,000 from federal revenue sharing
Denman, Inc. Eng and Barry Watts situation more In depth and take their as previously advised, the city received -
have been thoroughly reviewing the time to digest the wealth of Informa $7,811
Lawtey water system for the tion .
past given by Eng.In Was advised the next Budget Hearing
couple of months. other business the Council:
The aim of the to In- Officer would be September 20 at 7:30
proposal was .Agreed to retain Skip
in the city hall.This would be the
crease well and pumping capacity of Phillips on a temporary basis for an final p.m.I budget hearing before the
the system. During the past several indefinite period of time. Phillips budget is adopted.
months, many days the system has began working when Chief M, M. Jor
1 been pumping in excess of 200,000 dan went on vacation during August. Was reminded that two council seats
1 gallons of water daily. This is near Voted to accept the amended budgetof would be up for re-election, that of
the system's peak capacity and Eng $127,085, with the rolled-back Emmett Bright and the late"Shorty"
advised the Council members to begin millage of 2.100%, after returning Priest. Qualifying will be open from
considering expansion steps before it 10% of the 1% from increased sales October 5-19, with a$30 qualifying fee.
is actually a necessity.

when Watts he slated summed"In up 1976 the when situation I went New Square Dance Classes Begin. TonightA I

to work for Lawtey I was pumping --
25K)( )gallons of water per day. Now I new series of square dance West Call and Orange Streets.
am pumping nearly 200,000 gallonsper classes will begin tonight (Thursday, Strawberry Swinger members say
r Fs.Y day. If there were a major fire at Sept. 9)) under Caller Jerry Barrett, anyone who can walk can square
i- the caller for the The dance.
Lawtey Correctional Institute the city Strawberry Sw I
would be dry in 4 hours of pumping ingers, the local square dance club Caller Jerry Barrett and membersof
.. water to the Institute." This sobering Everyone is invited to an 8 p.m. the Strawberry Swingers will be on
i statement left the room deathly quiet open house at the Masonic Lodge at hand to dance with the guests
.. for a few moments.
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range St. Edwards Church Hall
Y about $3,000 for a pumping test on up
.. to about $20,000 for larger pumps on
.i. the existing wells, and more than that BINGO

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Tornado Twirlers Heady for Season Opener CONGRESS '

a STORY I
5 Majorettes l-r) rookie Tucker Sheer: Norman Tootsie, a junior is he daughter of Bud and Mamie At a Chicken Pilau Dinner
J Christy Johns Hosalll..II.1'1I11011.l captain Penise Griffis.s Tucker of Itrooker.Sherri '
and Angela Epps hay e now uniforms and are ready for a Junior. Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen And Patriotic Concert
S the 1982 season grid opener with Baker High tomorrow Norman: of Rand I25A between l.awtry and the State
5:: night (Friday. Sept. 10).. Fa nn. ._
Kick-off is at d p.m. at Maker County :Memorial Christy, a junior is the daughter of Mr.,and Mrs. ... .el... -- _;: ZFatr
Stadium In Maccleimy. See Telegraph sports pages for a Charles Johns of Starke. r 0

S game preview and information on parking) at the Kosahmd. a sophomore, is the daughter of Rev and ct -.1,
>8 renovated stadium. Mrs. Levy Lennon of Slarke. Her brother Ueniiic was I ..
jj The majorettes are in their Friday suits which they drum major last year. r ,
S wear to school on the day of the game, to pep rallies and Denise, a senior is the daughter of James and Cheryl .
$ the homecoming parade. The girls also have new Griffis of Starke. -- ...
i uniforms for halftime shows at the football games, with Angela, a junior Is the daughter of Mr., and Mrs. -
3 lots of sequins, of course. Harold Epps of Starke. *.
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s Two-term Clay County Commis- District 4 includes Kingsley Lake- ed by his margin of victory saying he Ron MCNeil speaks outPlace
:: sioner Hank Bruning of Lake Geneva Camp Blanding Precinct 5 where the felt all along the people of Clay Coun- for a better America
3 suffered defeat in Tuesday's FirstS vote was 1631 for Jett to 1047 for Brun- ty were ready for a change, but : Hrudlurd County Kuirgroumlii W.IHMK!I u I'ongmuno'i Jho .nl-
Primary at the hands of James B. thought the outcome would be real fur, what U riRhl dir Amen< ing.Jett Time: Dinner und Miuiv HOKIII al'B IK I'.M n"" umrritkMi ralhvr, ttw'> .ntinn,lorwhnl .
: Jett, 30, of Keystone Heights. The is on leave from the Orange close. First United a convfiu.nl Ito hinuiir,
:S vote surprising both Bruning and Park Police Dept., and is also a part- Bruning said, "My feeling right Cost: $2 M Dnnnllon/pcniin dhUoIchildren ."
( under 12(f.rev/ .
JL. Jett was 4,457 for the newcomer to time instructor at St. Johns River now is that the people voted their Methodist Church '".muaf null certain, Ihv F dM",iGmvmmenl
3,779 for Bruning. Community College.Jett was surpris- choice, and Mr. Jett is their choice." September 12 10 am For num.infnrnuiMiin cull: Irom, UMiniaxMturart'lully, cprmta Ihv mono Nftvttf} -I 1 Uk hawlo
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TELEGRAPH September 9. 1882
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Patent Medicines of 1800s Would.: ;;Cure ScorfulaEX0DUSI ,

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New Answers Sought 1 Salt Rheum and Other Ills rn0'1'! _Y"Ui-"..'._..'--gr.-R."_';_._" "-''''.'_,;;';_'!_:...,.-..._.....

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To Fire QuestionThe -V: NY AIIWw yOE. .:-..,.....
3,000OOO ACRES If you've ever fallen for the extravagant That his friends all forsook him
claims in ads of cures for Even his sweetheart she shook
question of fire protection areas just outside the city MID RIVIM Wtiflir VALLEY u MM rMMw OI'THlllolITM. arthritis asthma, gout cancer or any him

in the unincorporatedareas I limits that used to be covered a- _,..._.. of the other ailments to which human Which made poor Ben Loudly

of Bradford County i is 1 by the Bradford Volunteers. ..-.,- flesh is subject you're not experiencing bellow.. I

once again a moot question I I The City of Starke Fire D. A....M4KIMLAY...... .. 4.,Ln... .r---....!!!!!!!a were anything being victimized new. Gullible by fake readers cures Queens Now Ben had a friend named Mc- \

following the appointment of mainly because >UREtf'TRft.AInJIO1 ; him Smith's Bile ....... ... .-.-.... ,...
100 take -
Department, years ago, just as they are today. Who told to S.a ..
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ten-member committee .. .. ...
a by its insurance does not cover ............ IR.-.. .nklllrfe >..= Only the names of the medicines and Beans .... Il. ad uNd./n.a. -

the County Commission to| firefighters i iC i they cross over : .. &, ... the ailments are different.If And now.he's as rosy as any pink rop"0.",,,Tarrant'. .wtN.f.r sensor dtrnlt I perte.t ofwrb.flnlYr.: .
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study possible methods of city limit lines will not ITS rMOWTMdcpMlflOMMaWtMk wnl to *nr posey :ppf. aanti....., and pe.Il A the. .bl.1 rarr.d. No '!'"".....a
the volunteer fire .NI"q .. hM. r. O. N.1't/ you think that modern ad writersof And has married a woman of ...t. Iba ...... ...... .....r..nnY e.AW.
funding answer a call in this area N o .. pr. au*M Wdra.a.,...St If..T,.T today have vivid imaginations, old means. .= toLD.JI.! HL IaOO JI.S .
departments to provide their unless someone is in the 1-W.RRi.--.u.i !.. copies of the Telegraph now
Of course, there wasn't any written
needs for adequate equip- house and a human life is at r'n"sl. Rxl'uri: ;:i lcglIL available on microfilm at the Bradford that, taking Bile Beans

ment buildings where needed stake. Calls from this no- ";.(.:...'xi".. It L..I'i.....f'J.. ...:.Un...... County library prove that those would guarantee land you a rich widow, but sucha

and operation costs. man's-land would have to be i. mI : W \ ffi of the 18705 and '80s were just as happy fate was clearly inferred.
adept at writing
eye-catching
The committee held its l I!II n oi1..la.r com
answered by the nearest "::,':71r.II".I..ewaaaea merclals for their cure-all products.The testimonialsin
first brain-storming session volunteer IR....UI anNue And there were more
department
Wednesday Sept. 1, and held -'- AREAD.AI. only thing that seems to have the patent medicine ads in those
available presumably TEAS than were heard in church or in
its second workshop Wednesday Lawtey Theressa ...'... T..... changed is the names of some of the court.days These statements by people
or
8 too late for a Tt* *rrb' :.Jlmt: Iron,th "' at Htlt diseases that pester mankind. For Instance had miraculouscures
Sept. .. \hat :,\ OIr.t! : claiming to have
Kingsley Lake. The delay in- r.- vter '
u<. u. ..* 1\. <... ILL iirmtu o.l1..s. Ain, ,. who ever goes to the doctor today writers
report in this issue of the volved from N.. oar*. with were often signed by
in making of
runs a case scorfula tetter
with such incredulous names as
Tie Great American Tea
Company
Telegraph. these distances would make a.Anil ai v.....*t.....iv.w Vrkr salt rheum gravel, running sores Libeous Leach of Nashua N. II., but
However even at this ear- the potential loss to such ..."........ "_ rhilbainsr St. Vitus Dance Incipient they were apparently accepted at full
ly stage certain things are homeowners much greater in MDLLEB'8 *&'.,/ COD-LIVER Oil L.r..f Consumption Barber's Itch Scald face value by readers in those early '
obvious concerning the Head and one called simply "The ONIFrm-
case of fire. Horrors"? It's wonder that days.
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operation of the county's At the latest count there with all those terrible anyone'survived things Another eye-catching trick of the I..... 0'. _......* __......_ 114.

Volunteer Fire Departments.The around-maybe the patent medicinesdid early ad writers was to disguise an ad FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKING
first obvious fact is that the were unincorporated 5,247 electric meters areas of in :.:...stir...rt.N;!} r.a:+ton4.:: u.n.n..turd :!:.hl.f O titsva I Dr,W..boll I'., some good after all, for they are with a scare-head to make it look likea /.IadToll.te.p.nia Dlnreaa..r mp.ra"f'r.eb t1. td edlba "..

do,0 Wf.t'.bl.UIl..td..N..x. no longer with us. news item. For example: tt m ran WR1QHDAyU 8rlCllN'J?&
the volunteer departmentscannot -
the county. It is estimated TlY CI.l..aw..a..bllab.a : ... Tbd a.b.l Ia noNd ail. (.,Nntd a'.a.1: U.rI.
continue to I.,..Ideb, u.daIt ?.?N'rO nn.nS w-:
operate that there are 3,000 or more About half the space in the four- WORLD TO END THIS YEAR ..b_. 8A'1f anNR ANn tOt ranSAP
efficiently and effectively on mobile homes in the county PENSIONS page newspapers of those days was -according to a forecast yet

the amount of money set up that are not paying filled with such advertising.Some while there are a few who believe OAR"
for them in the 1982-83 county any property l.w Ls.d..1.n.wW,1. euaEI..N., bozo-= this many more thousands know
taxes at the present Aa..w. .....Y. d.1..1. .IL 111. KAB. HI TIW
budget which is set at a total to YIF.oHYa 4....0.. of the more colorful names that Hostetter's Stomach Bittersis 1'.8.IJI..ul.. Malt Man.r f. C*..
time. It is well known that f CLD'!....e.ewwq.- ...kI4l.....w for these products were: BBB the best medicine for Kidney : WW !

of $8,750 for New River mobile homes are more prrll '..tTo 1Urr.r.:! (Botanic Blood Balm) and PPP Trouble. 11DOTS
to four Uiili
Lawtey Hampton Brooker vulnerable to the ravages of AIT HMM nt HHK1 I KPBU5V M. \t'SOMori'l r.I:.HAT1HI.DiaPBPSlA ,I (Prickly Ash Poke Root and
Theressa and Heilbronn Spr- m..IY' .'ANOIt N Potassium), to say nothing of Bile DON'T TOBACCO SPITor '
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fire than any other type of (tATAIIn...II.nu l I altIL..e., ot ill. : r.:'':::'
ings. Nothing was budgetedfor 1m SKIN .1111A>OD LIIIr.IyVmNe'Ae1' Biscuits Electric Bitters Dr.Kilmer's smoke your life the In.,.'a.-a.a.rr..
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structure. Therefore they 1 Inrn..Jl OiII/,eosn 1.3. awarlS r ward /1, .n..It
f Swamp Root, Hood's Sar- truthful startling book .idl Ifa..4r.'nlib"lam.
the Bradford County .. ....,. .... ..
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are a risk not only to the e.d lw p.epbl.l.: saparilla Cures King Simmons Liver about the r.. '
Volunteer DepartmentStarke ... n,...w..I'I', ......... No-To-Bac harmless : .* Oft.r.
owner, but to the neighboring Dt.wNuri Regulator Aromatic Extract of guaranteed Tobacco habit cure 1 A Acme Tftg Co., .
( area) since it shut up property as well. It seems on- F-Mj J F wrwlcdXan. Blackberry and Rhubarb Taylor's that eliminates nicotine poison 31 IMrft flow, N.T

shop several months ago ly fair that should III r. \,C..b y . ': Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and and makes weak men gain QM JSo.ua:
because of inadequate finan they pay a \In'I..udlnI. .wmh.. ::''a wnn umb.b:e*,liti..hrom:wenl.It.I: )or; :.:::mVh 1::'.:: Mullein Dr. Bigger's Huckleberry strength vigor and manhood. .tit'i7r5it"
pro rata share for fire protec- PI..llno.r.1.A1.1O., Bu|>|ir. IliI.ml Itrcmila. N.a.0card Cordial, Foley's Honey and Tar Dr.King's '
n4 *roniMlr anti BUFFALO BILLIJ'
cing. :t't. :::: h' =Ii : Neyd
tion in the ?" anti New
unincorporatedareas tertlf.t..fn"lira.M<| tMll.::1. ::1. Life Pills Mother'sFriend Beauty aid ads which occupy'so
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Another obvious factor is .rtlt* nillftrtl.Ulli..,N.V. lwtt.l all l.a.lw. TI..he.r am.o.Na..Bnur- -M
of the county.In *.Lrp.raNJ.P Mexican Mustang Liniment much space in today's newspapers r..t boo r.U wt b.'
that the funding requested by order to minimize the AuiNTS WANTED FOR THE- and DeWitt's Little Early Riser Pills and magazines were largely limitedin &:fr.-A.rJ'W/.I..aara yN-Wu.n,.rraau ..... ,. ;:

the volunteers to meet their time ICTORIALHISTORYarrnWORLA for liver and bowels.. the early ads to description of hair a. .uM M..H..e.oea.TI .
needs cannot be raised by additional required by each restorers and lengtheners. Beauty in IS MawELASTIO
department to reach the Is it any wonder that most people those days was apparently measuredby I TRUSS
ad valorem taxes on It.WilMitrt.T4 6n.a-.....,, '.0'00'_and I_4i died in their and the : '
after : :
scene of a fire some Imo moor: to.ni., Pte Will a Ihv Bh**! ou' 40s 50s sampl- length of a woman's hair and if :.;..:.:._.,_::..
the one-third of Bradford redistribution of depart- Run iu.>7a.pu.. .Wrlj.p.ir tvtr.and pubhvht..:tv.lorn*!. U to*Ant iu m.Gal.*ml: ing a few of those concoctions? But it didn't reach below her waist she .N..r. .JI G':;;
County property owners who ments have to be madeso M ,U N.nwa'" \\t'r.: 'd.. Phsl,al A.
are now carrying the entire that may had a fairly high content of alcohol : .,..,.._11 n.hInn wr.._m.fltl4..................s,......-..... b'Eaateeton ...--
burden of financing due to increased as near as possible and after a few sips of Dr. Bigger's HER CROWNING GLORY '= Irons Ca. "hoge. IlL,
every area of the county is f I .JIJm Huckelberry Cordial it's likely that A woman's crown of glory is her -
homestead exemp- within reasonable distance ofa rNr.r the pain was eased even if the ail- hair. Jessie Fraser of Fine N. Y. THE WEEKLY SON
anti b.nf l Sand
tion. Therefore some alter- rnnn .r. .mnrw full fur.,to Imprint WuOLHlUa,no wnrn*:OO-, ment was not cured. must be She
a queenly woman. wroteus
fire station. When this is a..r.h.n.fnann.. !.. DM Aa.Ir., .___ .. .
A Un .1b4 S. t at a1 brand I&Uma.tUl
nate method must be found done and each department is : last January that her hair was .ns,W,,*,..**!****.r W Ml.r...d0W. ... ..........IN.
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for needed funds for fire But who could resist such poetic nearly IhchesTong and very thick '
North Shore Silver i .
,!: protectiona supplied with dependable ,, Mines advertising as the following I ditty and she gave AyerV [Hair Vigor all ':FOR HALF, A DOLLAR)
thesit
:.. method that would fire-fighting equipment; In,: '. ti* V.'r L CBI|MM <; A tr ; O ,A.ITCMrTf which was undoubtedly the forerunner ...,_cted.itJ"' : : if". ,t';...' -.. li'Tc teunLl.!' rs3f9.U..I..ur.r.eut. :)
d *- -ni r.* tOfijitifrlSkr+ymnnr; at 7'11&0. _
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require homeowner -' '
; of singing commercials ::rl :: ::
every should many
surance premiums be thai it* to !
whether mobile home or con- lowered enough to f ILNTS. READ. I lI "THISYOUNG heard on television today: Yes ... in comparison with the IN THEWHOLE Hnihti H....blow olio caring KhlrMjr. et1'A-

ventional home to pay a save -.r:5.fr'i I :{' .Tllap law..rN.>.,.n1-'.1 ,KO t Y WNJ-d blurbs of yesteryear today's advertising I d.n.ncnnr.B..iJ,. Ltimnpl.mr.*..'....,
HAPPY ._
homeowners in the unincorporated M..n.aMJw ENDING .
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small amount for the fire t N.b r.Y'Aa.rarM..411.may seems somewhat subdued except 0.
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areas more than Ben Jones was a capital fellow in lays' In lai ,i ld'
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prices. today can you and all D''" of Ik*
protection which he expects enough their to MEN jarts-BiSBi.. But he was so confoundedlysallow find "Old Virginia Cheroots" CS?01'"Itrhne.nt Winery U..n.. r.i.,.,_
on policies advertised
and would demand if it were pay the meter tax if it is kjMfc Ad4i;.oi a.Ifioualf.wr.. .J.d B a..TI firing. ...no. ** three for a nickle? ;".t.tf:: t.t&"L'::::::: I I. 10'J

not provided for him. enacted. Commissionershave .

One method that has been been assured
that '
rrr..wCountyAgent's
discussed is a small flatratetax under the provisions of Home .......
that could be placed each Rule, they have the Ordinance f Mobile Home'. FOR

month on bills going to every necessary authority to enact ESTRYi., ,

meter connection in the unincorporated such a tax to provide this ser NotebookBy And SFR Mix Coming IN'RRADFORit+:CONNTjrrnz ;

r areas of the coun vice. Up h91ri9i1o7
i If ,
ty. these unincorporatedareas .
... V-v qa 979 so '('inll 9r(1; trJ p.9.i
were not serviced by a The Volunteer Fire }(* :?. ;$: i nT"geated.nVWf bn ardJy.!ljl JJI! No 'o.!'
After discussion onlhemdoesh't make
a lengthy at 1LS.M*l; sense. He sug-
fire department the increased Department controversy has August 26 meeting, the City Planningand ( the board intended to I' \ lNJttt l : 'Fo.lf!
rates paid by the been a bone of contention in By t. Zoning Board agreed to a proposal cr lte''sucfit a mixed: district that the J '9d eB ", ria. 1b..)!

homeowners on their fire in- the county for two years Bobby of Zoning Director L. M. Games "S-ezofiUig'be delayed until the North br la nd'(!In'.. ) I aM91ew .nl. I nom

for preparing an ordinance OntraU.Florida;\Regional i"
would be long enough to the allowing Planning ,
surance con- try pa- f' lt1ul itS bs' 98
the rezoning of certain areas of the city Council Review,'the entire planraUjeetfiattf ,moois srii lo idrtJovi
siderably more than the tience of everyone concerned. Taylor 4 to be designated later to allow a tiVpp) g.".aloegIpea1.!: He .If a hurricane) watch went'Wt b'ef-
small tax paid for fire protec- It is time that all parties mix of single family residences and said it would soon be lime for a five- """** Stark\* fbdajj-imuid; Veil neednJ'reduftfTliemityifd

tion. Any reasonable person face up to the issue make the mobile homes. The motion was later year review of the comprehensive b?'TIY jftie' m ''liblYf'V n ritbf. ur

must agree that it is not fair necessary compromises and should be a busy month amended to require that the ordinance I land; and 'ttl' {II CFRPC WdUld!Per. n Ih'Adc' Mee : to
be ; home j7auMe w sjiaffniw*.H I
AetVlcdlal'aMr1ITtl
submitted for review qnr'thiS ( tiasl your
find 'or cattlemen. by sul t.
for the one-third of some common ground They finish hay the Zoning Board before liiu1971( ; e79w 'ns.bnslla, ) sdr
homeowners still paying for a satisfactory settlement. :larvest and make plans for planting to the City Commission presentation for a final .. Gainesnlya st !Jnertsq I fl.tpp, e anl.boi1r VI() OJ hosenin.FJotitlalls"o t ot I the

taxes to be saddled with the Unless this is done, the winter pastures. decision. ( 7ilhp j .AAg JCJ1f98RM' 'xIfih'dMF eeadhaf tropica1lbtot iwMds.rAI!tree
Winter pastures are rye ryegrass Yti19PhAt, !Yillg"! IMWhMtIM' :bat haaapreadshaUe over' home
burden of volunteer your
for
all fire suffer
system
paying may and legumes like clover lupine or The ordinance provided for rezon- IARf Ifdrifrell'diliVs' !lsi i81t l"'e: 1X\6rd 12cunanimouStf" ta 30 years ce n..also be the agent that
protection in the unincorporated further disruption such as occurred ilfalfa. The small grains
are r
excellent ing selected districts of the city from ,U!sSled ''f'''WNMttdttlvby I HMreCksibduringsl un'icrane.a.l1! ii
areas. when the Bradford : for late winter and early spr- RlC to a new classification RID 91 d:
)\
member s 'Dft9P rieftraYttHe
SYp'F \ flQ iiiesproceelit ; $3 WftMgfesfif \
l : $ rIp>
ng grazing but they are
expensive which would be '9'
The importance of this fire Volunteer Department "strictly limited to '
rit !
"
: to and be ak !th r. ', *Jp "fnt'relr' : S'nas'M'f' a
rops grow must 'II' /
i protection is obvious inII disbanded. managed. existing developed areas already '"''"nttlrid I Id' 1.1' dM j ?
now properly to be economical. dominated by substandard 'dinanleaa,, MW 1. ,or>the house 4til'e'(repacks and
housing in ri- ,
6
Tn- n m@__,. rlnvl'r____ _. nr__ _nnehur.._..._.... .l.rr.e_"'u...'" "(". which mobile homes would improve ;, tt > 'I"j. tw ys'ilythe, tree'can be
a must in the pasture program if the housing quality" It would the District Governor I'' I blown pYer<< and crush a roof, l letting in

Don't cattleman has land suitable for its same minimum lot size require of 7,500 v ;iS .; .!,otji .'811'''.,'on'P a* 1 !:aSreDls. t r'i: whirl, }vltt!\flostftt.
r! Lend Your Car growth. Good clover doesn't just hap- square feet and mobile homes placedin Comm, .nda. 'mi.Hoturyl'rdgram 1! <<1 \\I tfis Q i;iyl'
pen Soil must be tested and limited to these areas must meet minimum 7 t, ., '.' KM 'IUli9v ''''i fu :er
To A a pll of 8.2 to 7.0 and proper seeding standards of the Southern Building 'i'' -io"7 r o.?pwn-g **"',)** prepar
i Drunk and fertilization are a must. Code. -s : >t ing for: a.storm,Panicky.pruning canE
\ ,
Clover is an economical crop. It not b hazardous to your health.as well as
Gaines, who not ,'.'Mankind Is One" s the theme\ the tree's health: ,
Think twice before lending who continue to sell drinks to only provides good grazing at a was present at the of
crucial time of year it also produces meeting said later that the owner of a District Governor Henry": You want to Cut back some of
your car to a friend if you persons already obviously nitrogen for spring and summer grass lot that is less than 7.500 sq. ft. wouldbe Beckwith's address at' the Starke t the/limbs, if you expected a storm.

think he might have had one drunk, but the New Hampshire growth. This is possible with a allowed to build on it U it was purchased Rotary Club Wednesday,.Sept. 29. Die appropriate thing to do is walk

drink too many.In state attorney said he cheaper fertilization program than prior to 1978, when the zoning Commending the Starke club- II around your house leisurely, checkingin
unusual with a straight grass-small code was adopted, and if setback requirements on its what and where are the potential
an case occur- grain
knew of no other instance of a pro- could be position as eighth of the list of Florida hazardous branches.
met. Several
ing in Nashua N.H. a state criminal indictment of gram. clubs in support of the Rotary Foundation There
We have a good bulletin on clover members had questioned the ad- are a few simple rules 'to
prosecutor, incensed negligent homicide against a production that is a good guide to visability of trying to place a mobile program. Beckwith said that f follow< in cutting over-hanging limbs

Because two children died person who lends his car to establishment and maintenance of home on a 50-foot lot. Rotary can be more effective even bale, which will help minimize ,the

f '"for no good reason," won a someone who is drunk and clover. Call or come by our office if Appearing as an Interested .. than the U.N. in the struggle for world dangers I to both yourself and the tree.
are interested and need! spectator ;: Rotary When you're dealing with a large
negligent-homicide indict- later became involved in a you a copy of at the meeting, the peace group study exchanges ?
City'sformer
I limb
always start
i the bulletin. and exchange student by sawing up into itas
ment against an auto zoning director A. L. program
owner
fatal accident. There are several other things that Crosby help build bridges of friendship deeply as practical from the under-
for lending his to friend Jr.,said, "There are many 50-toot lots tide
car a Florida has already the cattleman should do in uatiotut at a point two to three feet away
between
in this city and to place mobile homes causing diStrust and
I I'i who was reported to be drunkat enacted more stringent laws September. Mineral and salt feeders suspicion to disappear Beckwith fi from, the trunk. Start your main cut:
the time. and penalties for driving should be checked and kept full and aid. o n the top of the limb a half-foot fur-
fresh at all times especially when her: out. This under-cut will prevent
This grand jury in-
county while intoxicated so who he
limb
from
for grazing becomes scarce. when feed and nutrition are lows This A native of Jacksonville the splitting down into the
dictment "negligenthomicide" knows when some concerned Pastures should be checked for is the case in some herds during the,, speaker is president of Tompkins- 'runk.: ,It will now .fall free, 'so kindly
in an accident court might also start crack mole crickets grass loopers and ar- winter months when grazing and Beckwith Inc., a leading national nH m love! aside. -

that took the lives of two ing down on persons who myworms. Treat pastures with the other feedstuffs are short and expen- international mechanical contracting There are right and wrong''ways to

children, may have set a new place an instrument of death proper insecticide as soon as a problem sive.You firm.lie is vice president of the Gator prune postpone off this the stub; you may want to

precedent in fixing respon-- (an automobile) in the handsof is found. should review your winter feed Bowl Association a member of the passes.' until after the storm
Dust bags of backrubbefs for horn- needs and During ,:your yard cleanup
1 sibility in drunken-driving someone who cannot han- flies and face flies should be checked. supply that needed adjustments' feeding.can plans oe made to Florida Council of 100. and a member dof ton''t forget to prune the stubs back as

cases. It was one of the first dle it responsibly drunk. Make sure they are properly chargedand before supplies tighten and prices the' board of Florida National c lose to the trunk as possible. 'This

i such cases in the country Before performing such a"favor" working properly. d Banks,.Int., ,vt",ill Insure 'the:continued' health. .,of

where the person charged for a friend all car Calves should be weaned In time for ICs not too early to determine bull >our.shade trees.
the cows to Uyou are Interested. f fn
recover and pUt on a little needs obtaining 8ooklet
replacement for the' next KLPOA
with the crime the DIRECTORS > 'b|
was owner
.. owners should think about extra weight for winter. Vows should ;which demonstrates correct,
Better bulls
breeding season. sold
of the car and was not the the penalties they might bring be removed and sold early, so you need to start checking are TO MEET sthe SATURDAYX1- 'rs,ale ways to prune large limbs writ
4 driver. September'. or October ia **' ?* rl *.''ltt:1' : JI*; FJonda Division/ "f'
,
on themselves as well as a good ] with breeders to determine Directors of Kin gstey Lake Forestry
Pro-
/ t Civil suits time to deworm the cow herd if internal availablility of animals. It's ;Forest Education Bureau.3123 ConiV
f charging the loss of life of innocent victims quality perty Owners/Assn. will meet at :10.,. Jlv negligence'"' have been parasites have been a problem. I always better to buy bulls direct from a.m. Saturday; ;?: Fl 32MI, rurtbar
of the driver capable of Worms and other parasites *.;"' ; Sept U.Jn the Civic \Infrrrnatlrtn'can abo .b*
.A cart provide the breeder rather than from auction Center.'All members provided by
invited
are
brought against bartenders operating a car responsibly. a lot of stress to cattle.especiauyyeprrgbaya.w.r rings. tend. ttJ'.t c FdrOStet I onlactinc'yt. >ur 'local. County.

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Septembers. m TELEGRAPH hele. >LA

Susan Edwards and Allan Reinken 1!



. -Wed Aug. '28. at'Presbyterian"ChurchJ!\t. Social i Side Of The News!



Susan Lynne Edwards, daughter Gladys Mooty
IJ f'f" 1" _Wd Mrs William H.
Edward of ingsley Lake and Allan Society Editor
Reinken of Gastonla N.C. son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. W Reinken 01 Miami 964-7608 .
were united in marriage, Saturday, ,;
Aug. 28, at 11 a.m. In the First
Presbyterian Church in Starke. Rev. .
Thomas Miller' of Tallahassee and

ed Rev.the Cliff McLeod. of Starke perform' 1'164k Elizabeth 1 Starner, Cynthia Ann Jackson,
nuptials
The altar was decorated with Paul .Gaskins Gregory John Box

greenery flanking two standing arrangements Engagement/ AnnouncedMr To Wed Oct. 1
of multicolored, longs
stemmed roses.Presenting Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jackson of
a program of nuptial if nd Mrs. William E. Starner Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Box of
music were Mrs. Charlotte Greene announe, ; the engagement of their Lake Butler announce the engage-
organist, Mrs. Ellen Edwards, Rk daughter, Elizabeth Ann, to Paul ment and approaching marriage of
pianist, Fred Kilgallin,soloist, Randy Timothy:!t Gaskins, son of Mr. and Mrs. their children Cynthia Ann and
Hickman trumpeter soloist, and Bill Willard F. Gaskins, all of Starke. Gregory John.
George, Mrs. Ellen Edwards, Miss ;; y7 The w.!pdding is planned for January The parents invite all friends and
Tracy George and Denny George, V M1 kF 7 Church, 1983.. at Kingsley Lake Baptist relatives of their children to witnessthe
quartet. exchange of their wedding vows
David II. Reinken of Charlotte. N. F on Friday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the
C. attended his brother as best man. 4 Madison Street Baptist Church in
Ushers were Hal Edwards, brother of ? Debbie Austin }hj Starke.
the bride and Angel Suarez of l1J ,pJj t lq b. N Following the ceremony a wedding
Chicago, Ill. Billy Geiger reception honoring the couple will be
'Mrs. Cynthia Duncan attended her Plan ,C:>ct. WeddingMr. held in the church Fellowship Hall.
sister as matron of honor.She wore a

suede rose chiana dress with painted a.nd Mrs. Raymond Austin an-
organza overblouse. She wore a small nounce the engagement and ap-- "
arrangement flowers In her hair proaching marriage of their Elizabeth Starner Women of St. Marks
from her bouquet and carried a bouquet daughter,Debbie, to Billy Geiger,son To Meet
of flowers similar to the bride's ;
of Mrs Era Geiger and the late OtlisGeiger
flowers. ,
Given marriage by her father the Women of St. Marks Episcopal
An 0 ctober wedding is planned.
Church will meet Tuesday Sept. 14,
bride wore a lace and organza gown IP&r
with Queen Anne neck line with bead- at 7:30: p.m. in the Parish House.

ed trim, bishop sleeves with lace ap c'w -
pliques and chapel length train. Her -
Juliet cap secured her chapel length
train of net bordered with matching
lace appliques. She carried a cascade -- NOTICE OF BUDGET
-- -- --- HEARING
bouquet of carnations, miniature -
mums,.statis. and baby's breath. in Mr.and Mrs. Allan Krinkrn

shades, white of satin pink,bow rose and and streamers.dubonnetwith bowls held mints and nuts. Following a wedding trip to Jekyll The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners -

A reception was held in the church Miss Janet ,Montgomery, Mrs. Island Ga. and Lake Norman, N.C.,
Fellowship Hall where guests were Maura O'Neal and Mrs. Melodie the couple is residing at Gastonia, N. has tentatively adopted a budget for 198283.A .
greeted at the door by Mrs. Lila Rae Wager presided at the punch table
Yawn. Mrs. Dianne Mullins kept the which was covered with a lace cloth C.The bride is a 1977 graduate of
guest book.Standing. and centered with a cut glass punch Bradford High School; graduatedfrom public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on
in the receiving line were bowl. Florida Slate University with a
the bride and groom, their parents Assisting in serving and caring for degree in Elementary Education and the: budget AND TAXES will be held on Tuesday
matron of honor and best man. the guests were Mrs. Betty Anne taught the last two years at Lawtey ,
,The bride's table was covered witha Phillips Mrs. Mabel Sanders, Mrs. Elementary School. September 14 1982 at 8:00: in the Bradford]
lace cloth and centered with a three- Millie Hardin, Mrs. Dorothy Salazar, Mr. Reinken is a 1978 graduate of p.m.
tiered wedding cake topped by a fresh Mrs. Donnie Wimpy and Mrs. Cindy Florida Slate University in Leisure
flower arrangement in the wedding Zur uh. Mrs. Theta Montgomery Sciences and Studies. He is a program County Courthouse Commissioner Room #129.
colors. Mrs. Audrey George and Mrs. directed the wedding and Mrs. Helen director of Gaston County YM.C.A,
Louise Harden cut the cake. Crystal Paterson directed the reception. Gastonia. N. C.


c Gilbert Brown

I Cynthia Lawson and Daniel Hildebran Clerk to the Board



Wed 8 in Madison Street Baptist Church .. .. .
Aug.- .. .. 0 ... .. < .
m -

Cynthia Suzanne Lawson and O'steen, and Mrs. Ervin Andrews.
Daniel Edward Hildebran were Mrs. Robert Gillis was wedding director -
united in marriage Friday,Aug--6, atm h'' rl---------------------------
..lb1.I.al the Madison Street+Baptist t- ,The bride graduated from Bradford '
'
Cbrr.wthrthe) Rev. Robert. Gillis 'nJffl 1t)S hooFendathentedeoltege'in' ,; ;
performing'the'nu\>tmis. \ t* .r Blue MountAin, Miss, and Santa Fe _! I
The bride is the daughter of Mr.and Community College in Gainesville.She 1
Mrs. David Ewell Lawson'of Starke.
is now employed by Western '. -
The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Steer in Starke. I \ JI

Gary. Mrs.E.Ed Hildebran Ripplmger of Starke.organist; Mrs. ,ford The County groom High graduated School and from attended Brad- Wants To Forge i : ';,. I II
I j :
Jordan, Miss Teresa .
Andy pianist; j college at Mars Hill, N.C. and is now a ) ,
Bauldree flutist; Miss Sherra Mott student at Santa Fe Community Col- _
.and Miss Kathy Reitz, 'soloists, lege in Gainesville. He serves as A New Partnership "& I
presented a program of nuptial Youth Director at Madison Street I


and G ij.9C. '! .fern..filled palmsmagnolia the altar of the, ,1'i' !k. I Baptist Church.Christian I I Between this City ,.

ChlU' eflng. thcandelabra.altar was anpointing ,' "

Invll lighted d cross of the church. On to both the /,I' ''.1l.-, ...... Church I And its Government ;

candle< were Honors Faithful Workers
.?.ide,9L the unity? spiral / _

ea dd'd' rksdtba J.bobrwtoiII; ,, Qj,9dl t
Richard C. SmitJiJ1' as best \, hull Jontei.b, hsxituioVt ,a nR uth Shanbarger were honored at Joe Williams l lI Believes.
: I
man. Ushers were Martin. erseyandtwb ; ) sill ilaavil \ b9'rftNfxaninnsl4 :. 'dinner' Sunday, Aug. 29, at the First .
} .J l-Hildebran, "Christian Church by the members for
brother of the groom served as junior j Jsnoi3Jq grfheir many years of faithful service to
,' :
:91If
Jn'
9ujterlnjw t I:>I taw' enBol ml(' e 11 9 .Is'rclh U 's 1 the congregation and church. work I ,,..the best in politics is when the best
009 'QI1 eRrveH heggiAter) .. '; fiooa" ltl iuwiiii bisavien9d Mrs. Fullwood is an artist at
nol sinuM
ri ,R : otiggPCfideemakl l' were 9Wl ') ; a '.'u inim tilto w.iy'1 1J'J' "taost,' alt of the time. She is handy in'craft in leads them to the
1Ui1.1f..1& .!J' af44egof(thgbri esand j ,'ff1tltr* vyitfr'i7at alJgrg,t)ofolll! cpF ut work and her work is seen in I people polls on
ny Reitz 01 Stuart. ,; .o The attendants were attired/ alike i in I 1. .iteIwIlRpnM r 9rnament. Fern and blue Mrs. Shanbarger is in charge of the election day.
sriflooriilength.iblue knit"gowns cMwiHi ): t lf td"Ui 1clt,1\, !''''''e ke church kitchen and dining areas. She I (
afttowingi ruffle neckline/thai/ t( iHijtf. tl f&h1'dWibthet"andMra'EdJifri organizes and directs most of the I
sntortded belowMthe waist in the'bdck.jBThjwfanriedhosegaysofsilk'daisies' J8 ."Od'tfldkAbt' ;d1Bo! special dinners and events includingthe
I
t,'N ere;" vflrCIWWIttrM-IMIjIW;, ? ';long refreshments at Vacation Bible I .in looking to churches service groups
lilies,.'and,baby breath)wfflp satin ti.t.4'IMoPegi.; 6ij.vlli olnpgtesaerwedCbwFA School for many years. She ranks ,, ,
W/P'a Sarah<'H?rgvesR ''1, JH'r''" IfI1\1ts rR!: cIing; among the top chefs of this area and is I
8 }liMf. the, tide, served as Ittle 1 ; ,/w.er( unt4 b : qrR i. .long eyelet; Mrs. FayfeXhqrrtpo, J rp.,Tphi-; dishes, breads, cakes etc.
b t grandmotherlyes. Eddie Each of the ladies were surprised to
ss..1Qf. j vv Blackshear Mrs. ) in individuals of the
: .. She'carried a' white wicker my Hildebran and Mrs,Edwin Johns. receive the placques that were givento .awareness way
ru p skgt; filled with 1 rose }etal : ,., ;, The panctutabto *aa' )vere4t.with them at the service.
r""'A'11 ?tiriUe.( given irt marriage by'her an army/navy h centered with a Among those present, other than government functions and the need of city
& i ', Mite the regular church members were [ ,
father: silver lndf labp :*bolcUofo($w. long
J s dd' MJrtWrU. $ of EnKlisH,net yellow tapers entwined with fern and ,Craig and Nancy Lopez of
with''' $hiffly embrofdery| ;''featuring daisies. cuitgtystal'jledestal punch Gainesville,.Mrs. Fullwood's son-in-' government to be respected as it is
,' 'bishop'sleeves that'were'curCed:; :in bowls were at both ends of the table. law and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.Allen
wide schif fly "embroidery' and a the punch were cousins of the Stanwix-Hay of Jacksonville, Ray- what it is of
Serving becoming.
scalloped portrait neckline.' The fitted 'bride Miss Lyn Bailey of Middleburgand mond and Peggy'' Stanwix-Hay and }already capable
bodice was an array'of'seed pearls Miss Lori Ann Lawson. children,Mrs.Shanbarger's daughterand
.and embroidery. The full skirt with a 'A round table covered with yellow family.
,; ''scalloped embroidery',hemline' ex- gingham cloth, 'centered with baby The dinner party was a wonderful. .the city needs an evening a month
: (tended Into a chapel train. Her.veil pictures of the bride and groom, was, surprise and enjoyed by all. ...
''with blusher of English net trimmedin to one side of the reception room.
schiffly embroidery lace was at- Those serving were Mrs. A. W. t for a public forum with coffee and eats. Let
'. tached to a crown of seed pearls and Chapman.Mrs. Charles Blalock, Mrs.
embroidery. She carried a cascade of Bob Patterson, Mrs. Harold Epps,
Woman's Club commissioners
the
with
\white silk roses daisies and baby's Mrs.' Kenneth Etheridge, Mrs. Pete Junior {Ipeople gather city ,
breath.She wore a gold cross pendant Richardson, Mrs. Harold Branham, To Meet Sept., 13
necklace centered with a diamond' Mrs' Ron Denmark. Mrs. Robert city clerk chief of police .. and exchange
setting from her grandmother Sarah Mathews, Mrs. Ronnie Tomlinson, Mrs. Naomi Herres will give a ,
'''Lawson's wedding ring. Mrs.Clarence Cooper Mrs. Tommy make-up demonstration at the Junior
A reception was held In the church Thomas, Mrs.,Jack Underhill Mrs. Woman's Club meeting Monday questions and answers in fellowship ;
'Fellowship Hall. barge potted plants Rhymer Howell Sr.. Mrs. C. P. Naz- night,Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m.at the clubhouse
hand.magnolias decorated the recep- worth,Mrs. R.O.Dansby, Mrs. Ralph into
;tion room. Terrie CogdiU. kept, the Morgan, Mrs. Leaton Morgan. III. Mrs;Carolyn Autry and Mrs.Kitten turning duty a pleasure.
1. rlde's book. Mrs. Gary Melvin, Mrs. Gary ,Denmark wiU be hostesses.
The bride's table was covered with

''!.a Centering satin cloth the table'with was_ lace a three-tiered overlay. .no people can have good government ,'
of Now Appearing
with garlands

',''daisies cake' decorated* The bride top and layer groom was from centered'l.'Wlth'the the Cross Point, without staying in close touch with the

';'bride's parents wedding cake.A gold (Vwlvfcy Band] e have chosen. \
Candelabra holding long white tapers leadership they
was on one end of the table. Gold


"daisies'bells tray.;,\'Ut,held leave crystal homemade, hearts bowls.ilhd served mints wedding the of y ,''. Drafte r Vote: Joe Williams on Sept. 14 i

*nuts. Cutting; and serving the calnf'MisS

''Vere" Virginia Crawford Groves., Miss, City Commissioner, City of Starke, Group 5

-Man BelfancfMn.'.table.a.Wayne covertd NMM.NM. .. Two e...,..C.-.. .
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Page IA TELEGRAPH Septembers, 19H2Carrie


: Edwards Celebrates 90th Birthday bv*
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JJ>* a. (1 fc ..A etc.
., .., L:. ), -,: '\ S 1.- ;, ,: I Special 1 I L '>>!?!\ : "i
thanks go to Mitt. Beatrice
;' Mrs. Carrie Edward celebrated The i
her 90th Hildrcth for assisting and I arrangingfor held
birthday at a surprise party
\ -,,".,,rgiyeu,(or Jier,,.ahe, ,JKJngsley Lake the location; of the' 60 elr friends hraUon.and Re '
Community Center between the hoursof Approximately
2 and 6 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 29. relatives called between the ap- Plight of Jews Film ;
The refreshment tables were pointed hours. ;
Shown
To Be
decorated with white lace cloths and nic
monogrammed napkins! Srrviig i .. Labor Day Cookout will be
punch and rake were Mrs. David Enjoyed By All A fantastic film "The Hiding All
Tetstone, Mrs. Tommy Edwards and Place" depicting the experiences of to
Mrs. Keith Tetstone. J The traditional Hulorc Herndon- Corrie Ten Boom during world War HIs p.m."I
"J Out-of-town guests were Mrs: Vera coming to Starke.
Buster Bennett cookout
Smith, Gainesville; Mrs. Ruby held in The film will be shown at the
Hayes, Lake City; Mr. and,Mrs. Leo __ affair Lawtey, well-attended on Labor Day wa by; a friendly Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday Set
Edwards, 'Fernandina Beacht; Mr. l ;" local neIghborsand Sept. 11, at 7:30 P.M. There is no
,If. alike
and Mrs.Henry Sweat and children of : -. politicians admission charge to view the film,
Good food abundar the
5 Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards f was tk with but an offering will be received to melon
of Jacksonville and M). :and ,' men preparing smoked gullet and help cover the cost of showing it. weeks
and children of Dade'' t chicken, along with ,real oldfashioned" This film Starke
Mrs aob Austin graflcally portrays what
chicken Quests(:
pilau. pro- happened to people who were caught |
City.Mrs. vided two full tables
Edward; ,and.''the late Lacy .:.. ... 'j 4" delicacies to complete the of I I homemade feast. aiding the escape of Jews in the territories be Two
(Doc) Edwards, Jr. were married On occupied by Hitler's forces. It
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June 18, 19261; They had three also shows the struggle that Chris- night
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children, Bobby Edwards, Mildred : i' and all took group tians went through to maintain their other
advantage to wander
Tetstone and Tommy Edwards, alt of faith in those trying times. Finally, it from 9
Carrie Edwards through the crowd of Law tey-ites.
Starke. Among the children are 12' shows the power that God's grace can
The Herndon-Bennett t outdid
grandchildren and 16 great- 'am, provide to overcome temptation and A $20
themselves, putting on a c ,ok- ut that ed to
grandchildren.Pine / was "bigger and better th in before". doubt. This last aspect is the primary
t reason why we are showing this film
at the Seventh-day Adventist Church. through
Level Bpt. ChurchTo In the times in which we are living, Dept.
Hold HomecomingThis Did) You Know L .' . . we are to wonder if Godis Temple :
k still in control, and if He can still and 1.5
SundayDon't S .' Mr. and Mrs. AI K. Car isle returned -
Mrs.. .'Arlin McKnight and Mrs. Tuesday of last week i after three help us. This film will show how He ---
Forget! Homecoming Day Maxie Carter, Sr. visited Mrs. Leona months tour through the t lorthwest to helped In the worst persecution experienced I
in the 20th and
this Sunday, Sept. 12 at Pine Level Mathews, former Starke resident, in the Pacific and visited relatives in century sos
able to
Baptist Church on SR-100. a nursing home in Folkston, Ga. last New Mexico, California j and New help now. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Come and experience this film that ,
Rev. Don Ramsey, a former pastorat Friday. England.Mr. will help to build your faith in God.

speak Pine in the Level morning Baptist and Church evening, ser will Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand and Mrs. Michael Skinner of Remember, 7:30: Saturday evening, CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
Adventist Church, 1609
family ined their family gathering Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs Gary Witt Seventh-day
vices.
W. Madison St. in Starke, across from
Come join us for good preaching, at their camp on the Suwannee of Boynton Beach spent the long
Pine Forest
good singing and dinner on the River near Mayo over the weekend. weekend with their parent s, Mr. and Apartments!
Mrs. George Copeland.Mrs. I SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE
grounds.Rev. Hugh L. Hutson has been a patientin
Roman Alvarez, pastor, invites North Florida Regional Hospitalthe Mary Moxley of Fort Walton
everyone to come out and join in and Beach and Miss Annette< Parker of
past 10 days. His parents, Mr. John F. Crews
the fun. ,
here Gainesville were weekend: guests of
Mrs. Hutson, Sr. of Orlando were
visiting the first of the week. Mrs. Carolyn Redgravest: and Mrs. Attends Short CourseJohn BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH
Edna Wells. ( ) (AUTO INJURIES)
Mrs. Mary Lawson of Starke and 1 F. Crews, employed by the NECK PAIN NUMBNESS OR PAINSHOULDER
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffin, Miss Lillian Camp Blanding Military Affairs, at- PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDSHEADACHES
Mrs. Jerry Lawson of Fort Walton Stump, Mrs. W H.Thorns-on- and Mrs. tended the 51st annual water and ON THE JOB INJURIES
Beach returned Sunday after two Jack Trawick returned Monday from pollution control: short course at
BIRTHS weeks tour of the midwestern states two weeks Scandanaviu tour in- TREEO Center, Gainesville last Mon- (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP
; and also visited Mrs. Genevieve Ben cluding Osla, Norway, Stockholm, day to Friday.
nett in Colorado Springs, Colo. Sweden, Helsinski, Finland and Upon completion of the course, Mr. PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
Copenhagen, Denmark! Enroute Crews was awarded a certificate for
Mrs. Viola Crews of Lawtey and home Mrs. Thomson stopped off in Water Supply and Wastewater Treat- MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
Doris Lamb of Starke visited Mrs. Roslyn Heights, N. Y. to visit her ment. While there Mr. Crews learnednew
Joshua Aaron INIrng Crews' daughter, Mrs. Ronald daughter and family, Dr. Jiind! Mrs. P. laboratory techniques as well as CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED"The
Regard in Lake Shore Hospital, Lake E. Jacobs for several dayn. many other essential new ways that
Doctor of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine,
Martin and Lori Meng of Hampton City where she was awaiting birthof better ones knowledge of his job. Mr.
Mrs. Muriel Sheppard and Mrs. But Will Interest His Patients In The Care TIle Human
Lake announce the arrival of their their fourth child. While in Lake City Crews is sewerage disposal plant Of
son, Joshua Aaron born Aug. 31, at Mrs. Lamb was treated to a sur- Ruth Snow of Westfield, Mass. were operator at Camp Blanding where he Frame In Diet And In The Cause & Prevention Of Disease"
Alachua General Hospital. Joshua prise birthday dinner at the Golden last week guests of Mr. and: Mrs. Ken- has been employed for seven years T. EDISON
joins his sister, Amanda, who is two. Coral Restaurant.Mr. neth Snow. They all visited Busch and is presently working towards his
Maternal grandparents are Wildon and Mrs. Burge'Searing and Augustine Gardens, over Tampa the weekend.area and St. Class A license. 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service

and Willodean Stinson of Montverde.Paul family were weekend guests of his Monday thru Friday 8:30: to 6 Saturday 9 to 2
Paternal grandparents are mother, Mrs. E. B. Searing. Mr. and Mrs. John Crews, Mrs. f
and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. Doris Lamb and Mrs. Vilola! Crews Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and
Maternal great-grandparents are Rev. and Mrs. Randy Maycumberof and Snoopy had an outing'' Monday at family of Seffner were weekend 473.3604
Clarice Stinson of Largo and Cobie Troy, Ohio were the first of the Lowrey Lake where boating, fishing guests of her parents,Mr. and Mrs. N. DR. W.C. EATON .
and Janie Burden of Montverde. week guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. and visiting with friends) were en- B. Rosier of Lake Butler. DR. LOUNETTE EATON HWY. 21 N.


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and a half and property taxes have actually*decreased. Many. steps"have been ':

taken! to reduce the cost of city government in Starke. I. .


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BOB MILNER has proven --:'We have cut the! number of city employees.We :

-- are using inmate labor in the trash and .
Experience leadership andqualifications ',., ;': street departments;;:; 'aW !

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--The electrical parallel tie with Florida Power and Light, long a necessity,

-- College graduate :" : and other long range, COST-EFFECTIVE projects are on line.


-- Outstanding Young Man ofAmerica 'V'; 't'

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TOLL, THE PEOPLE -- NOT JUST A FEW. '

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o ,.Important game.p Friday's Quick Facts
i: 'When you're coming off an 0-10 season the previous Game Site: Baker Memorial l Stadium, kickoff 8 '
1- I 'V&tr, as Bradford High is<, the season opener might be p.m. 4
even bigger. Season Kei-mils: Season opener for both, last
1t I ..And for BUS teams a game with the Baker County year: BUS 0-10, Baker 45.
" .Wildcats is big any time. St'rh'lIlIislory: BUS 28 wins, Baker 2, 1 tie.
Combine those three factors and it's easy to see that (Last Meeting: Baker won 13-7 in Starke in '81.
Friday night's Sept 10) BUS football opener against
Baker's Wildcats in Macclenny is big, big big. Made Baker
- -And it's not just a crucial game from the Tornado Parking Changes: at

Baker County fans coaches, and players 'Ililllltell have born made at Maker Comity's 4'y 41
rrtandpoinl.| : have their biggest, fastest, and best ballclub Memorial Stadium that will affect parking and rl
: and hope to get leg up on a banner season seating for "'I'hlay.niltht'& game.': 1V4r ''q }yu y., 'y
: by devouring the Tornadoes Friday night at renovated First ticket prices have been raised to$:.1 I for all
;; Baker Memorial Stadium (ISl'e elated note for information I tickets bought at the gate.Itr.ulford .

i 8 After on parking suffering' and through entrance 36 ), of frustration at the fans should park on the north side of Applying the Heat With a Pass Rush...
years the stadium anil enter through/ the gate': at the northeast -'
I hands of Bradford grid teams the Wildcats took advan- cm'ner. The BITS team will also enter from Senior tackle Dale Buchanon (70) forces Interlachen
; (age of weakened Tornado outfits to win the last two hat side The stadium has been gated so that once quarterback Curview Baker to get rid of the ball in last I
9 I in the series17.15 in for the historic first ",. week's \
games 1HHO() on the north side fans won't be able to walk over to .lqfJJ; jamboree. '
:3 Baker Co. win in the series, and 117: last year in Sip ike. the south side or vice versa. ''i't; Tornado end John Bennett ((31) and noseguard Kenny
5... What it all! could mean is, another! .bitterlycontestedballgame Wright (53) are also bearing down.>
between the tWO rivals won high slakes, and
g the outcome affecting. the rest of the year for the winner
| and loser Tornadoes Scoreless Draws in I
to Jamboree
i Tornado coaches don want to say one game makes or Play QuartersStanding
; breaks a season but they do admit this is a biggieS .
"Oil it's going to be big \%'e've'got to go out and
a establish the fact that we can win (after a winless ''HO)," in the endzone after two quarters of jamboree In period 3 the Tornadoes played good field position field goal try by Francis was shanked to the left.
noted defensive coach Mike Sexton. "The earlier we football in Palatka last Friday's Tornado defen- football to battle a good 2A Interlachen club to a 0-0 Starting at the 20 Interlachen parried back with a
5 establish that the better we'll be. This has got to be a sive coach Mike Sexton joked that his defenders had draw. diversified offensive thrust that took them all the way to
| confidence building game for us." wanted to get in as much football as they could. After neither team moved the ball on its first possession the BHS 31 with 24 seconds to go,
| Sexton and secondary coach Mike Hartley said the That they did. and Francis pinned the Rams back at their 6 with a On 4th down Ram QB Curview Baker found Robin
5 season didn't necessarily ride on this first game but Sexton The BUS defense allowed St. Augustine and In- fine 47-yard punt, Interlachen gambled. Thomas open at the 5. As he turned after the receptionthe
| did say "the last two jeans it's gone like that." terlachen plenty of practice on offense as the Jackets A 3rd and 13 pass was intercepted by Bradford's Larry talented IHS receiver was busted by Eric Lane and
8 Head Coach David Hurse agreed that tommorow and Rams ran off 38 plays from scrimmage in the 2 Long at the the 13 and returned to the 5.A clipping penal-- sandwiched by Marvin Brown and separated from the
." night's opener is important, but not just because it's at quarters the Tornadoes played. That was well over dou- ty after the interception cost BUS that prime field position ball. Interlachen's Darrell Wills recovered at the 8 but
Macclenny. ble the 18 offensive plays the Tornado offense squeezed moving the Tornadoes back 15 yards to the 20. with just 2 seconds to go and no time outs left In
"When you go 0-10 the first game's very important no off BIIS fell one yard shy of a first down and a 28 yard terlachen wasn't able to get another play off.
I matter whether it's Macclenny or Gainesville High But to the defense's credit they may have bent but .
School," the BIIS mentor said. "Getting off to a good they didn't break. With Robert Carver recovering a St.
start and winning the first ballgame would be a tremendous Augustine fumble at the BIIS one yard line and In- Tackles, Lane OFFICIAL BALLOT
boost to our football team." terlachen running out of time at the Tornado 8 Bradfordwas Cited for
'i 4 2nd year coach Baker County coach Danny Green said able to battle both clubs to 0-0 ties despite being out Play FIRST PRIMARY
fi this' Tuesday about the importance of Friday's 1982 numbered in the statistics departments.In For the most part the Tor GENERAL ELECTION
hdlifter: other quarters tough class 2A Interlachen and nadoes' execution in the jamboree
"It's big but it's not a district game. Personally I think defending state champ Palatka dueled to a 0-0 standoff wasn't up to snuff according to
I it's a lot bigger game for the communities than it is for and Palatka beat St. Augustine 7-0 when returning all- coaches but a couple players were Starke, Bradford County, Florida
us as a ballteam. You always like to win that opening state defensive back Jarvis Williams took a turn at singled out for good performances.
ballgame but it's not a district game and that's what tailback and scored the night's only touchdown on a Secondary coach Mike Hartley September 14, 1982
'e'restooting for... to finish as high in the district as weErCBniBaker sweep.In- said Eric Lane did the best job of ,
: I'' opens its district late at Jax. Paxon on the the BHS St. Augustine quarter the'Jackets received the defensive backs. '\0-
'I7th)." the opening kick and punched out two first downs but Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton of
S Bits coaches feel Bradford is improved over last year on third and five from the Tornado 23 Burch was stacked praised the play of both Init.ia.ls Issuing ,
Shough not a strong football team jet,. But Baker County up at the line of scrimmage and fumbled the ball over to" tackles Stephen Spell and Dale \;. OfficialSignature ;.. '
better too. Bradford end Randy Davis. : .'.1.., Buchanan?After reviewing films, SPM4s
The Wildcats, 4-5 last'year, return virtually every skill The Yellow Jackets had one more chance whew sand said new linebacker Melvin
I.; sition player, including 3->'ear quarterback Keith short 17 yard punt by John David Francis gave the Randalls had "a very impressive
(no. 10, 6-1, 190 pounds), in their diversified of- 'Jackets possession at its 45 and the bullish St. jamboree."
and have a beefy crew up front including pro- Augustine running attack, led by the blocking and running Offensively Marvin Brown was
Viably three 200-pounders starting in the line. of massive fullback Bernard Mathews,went to work. the leading Tornado ballcarrierwith of Elector
SS: "We're going to have to make sure we're exactly Gains of 13,15,15, and 12, and 4 yards put the 'Jacketsat 16 yards on 4 tries as BUS

jrtvhere we're supposed to be on the snap of the ball"said the Tornado one, 2nd and goal, but on the center-QB totaled 26 yards on 11 running attempts ................--........-..--......--..-.......-......--.-...---
Hartley. "We can't get caught out of position with the exchange from there the ball popped free and Brad not counting the 16 yard
:; peed they've got" ford's Carver fell on the prized pigskin.In sack of Watkins. Through the air
Ss Sexton added, "this is the best Baker County team period 3 the Tornadoes played good field position BHS was 1-1 for 4 yards. OFFICIAL BALLOT
[Since 1976 as far as I'm concerned. They've got a very football to battle a good 2A Interlachen club to a 0-0 FIRSTPRIMARYGENERAL
;!ide assortment mlsdirectl t plays.that.we're going r draw. .
i have to stop,We've"go 'to stop the running' game andy ELECTION
to dictate: the passing situations."

33 axecution- Offensivel., Is. )tnerp.6.f..,BHS"can.? move the ball Hurse says, if the' .<.:.:.t,..<.>.rlu..>, Bradford" Count}rrSeptember fc"loriHa
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Pale lOA TELEGRAPII September 9. 1911Z


,,,: Getting in ,

I < Clark is '.Prornotion'Ambitious Mileage...
:Kenny Eyeing t''our'members of the Bradford
High cross! country team get In
some afternoon mileage Tuesday
..:tI: -"", s afternoon at practice on the Bradford -
Kenny Clark just finished his 'sophomore' season in the Middle School course.
Atlanta Braves baseball organization and now.with an eye on moving up the I
In after two laps are
chain of command towards the big leagues again next year, Is set to go back from Coming left. Leslie Simmons, Calvin I
to the instructional league in Sarasota next week. BuddyCallings
Mann, and Marcia
The former Bradford High star had just one week between the close of his Thomas, Tammy -
South Atlantic League with the class 'A' Anderson Braves and the iR Watterson.
season ;. ,, a7ay Two freshman boys..... David
Sept. 9 start of the instructional league on Florida's west coast.
Clark had a satisfying if not spectacular year at Anderson and hopes the 1 Black and Allen Gonzalezjoined
Instructional league will mean a ticket up to the Braves high-A ballclub in ;' the team this week and 2 more run
and
the Carolina League- the Durham Bulls Just being Invited to the Instruc- nerssenior Jeff Taylor
freshman Polly (.rlrrls- are expected
tional league is a good sign he feels.
"1 pretty much feel like I'll move up," Clark said Friday during his short 9 out soon, giving both the
stay back in Bradford. "Most of the guys who are moving up are invited to BUS boys and girls a dozen run
instructional league to get ready. Somebody's gonna get released next year Sports Editors ners heading Into the seasons'.Urstcompetition

(from the Braves organization))!. You can tell that If I do good down there I c .. s .. I, Ee ,,, .,. + Invitational at Sept.the 18.IEAGLE' Bishop. Kenny
think .f'lI,. be. go i ng up to D ur h._._... + 0
There's no way I can say for sure
that's correct though." on sale CAPRICE "
Kenny started slowly at the plate Wednesday
and in the field in class 'A' ball this ,

year but came on like gangbusters at Thursday, 'T ""
the end of the long 145-game season to Friday & '
win the award as Anderson's, most Im- ,was
proved ballplayer. Saturday! 39.68

Hitting well under .200 early in the PERSONAL/
after a flustering O-for-30 slumphe YOURCN0ICE ? FM STEREO/
year
went on a .322 tear for the month of Frees S20 MORE I ,, 1 AM BAND RADIO
August to pick his average back up to oa e I Stereo headphones.PLAIO .
.208 for the season with 88 hits in 424 at

bats.More impressive were his numbers (

for steals and triples where he led the 9UpTo3.99ValuTTE
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team with 25 swipes (caught just 4 S 3
times) and 8 3-baggers. Also, Clark
was 4th in RBI's for Anderson with 43
and tied for 3rd in total bases with 120. '
He had doubles 1 homer, 5
13 game WERE 5.94
winning RBIs, 43 walks, a .285 slugg- FAMOUS JEANNRC ,
ing percentage and 49 runs scored for GI T 4 MEN'8w
the year. '
His glovework improved markedlytoo
as he committed far fewer errorsin upAfl
the 2nd half of the season as the '
first, finishing with 48 for the cam- WERE 7,94
paign in 126 games. "
As a team the Braves finished just g SHIRTS
over .500 with the Greensboro SPORT
Yankees running away with the Sally i Machine washable polyester/
League crown. x : h F cotton. Two button-tab pock
-, ets. Men's S-XL. Boys' 818.
The shortstop said his own late y
upswing was the result of a handful of r BOYS' &STUDENTS'
I things, not the least of which was a
more relaxed approach.
5 "Towards the end of the season I
got a little more confident and used to 12A 15.88'arJ
being up there. I was more relaxed 4$
and stopped worrying about what
other people thought. For awhile
everything was baseball, sometimesyou 1590TO 4790 v t MEN'S
forget there's other things. I 0i
started to go out in Anderson doing WERE 19.887059.88
things to get baseball off my mind. It 13WERE 16.88
helped." Selection Includes 9" two-speed fan 12"and 18" 'c
He was also moved up to number 2 three-speed) fans, all on console bases. And /8"l l/
in the batting order from the 9th spot. pedestal fan with 3-coollnn speeds.Quiet motors. o r FIRST QUALITY
"That made me feel more like part of LEVI'S JEANS
the team," he said. t ',
knows well the cutthroat 1 I ; ,,a b',,, All of Durawale plus corduroy
Kenny / e r by Levl's. Men's 28-38. Students'
/
nature of pro sports- hundreds of / 25.30.8oys' 8.12, Reg 8-14 Slim.
players will be drafted into pro
baseball each year but only a handful
'
will ever make it to the majors. Produce &i \ : "

or at least show potential, or be < .
handed your walking papers, that's > .
,n 88. .
the bottom line. 5w tflI
3.
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"There's nothing nice about it,'''tie :' r+ ie WERE 7.84 I Af 1...4 J DIlOCV/EWT1aIg9"!
admits. "They come In there In front w "
of everybody and point the finger and POLYESTER KNIT LADIES'
you know who's gone. But heck, you e 4a +a' S< MEN'S SHIRTS KNIT TOPS
get released, get released.There's '
you Placket collar. Solids P ly/coUon solids w/
other" things in life outside of + w/plped trim.S.M.L.XL, contrast cuff. S, M, L.
baseball.
He's realistic about it then, but he's J
also primed to give his attempt to get
to the"bigs" his very, verbest: shot. / I / t
"The thing is,if you didn't think you YOUR e
could make it (to the top) you 137 YOUR 00 RE \ >n tm
wouldn't be doing any good anyway" CHOICE! TO 1.97 CHOICE! IWEHEUPTO 688. lxclWERE8.68
Kenny Clark does think he can \ : *
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Speaking of baseball and former
l ai4 bui. An' ;w-SlsrUanhwQ
Tornado diamond standouts, fall 4
practice started this week for St. xaii cao' ,1 a;; zl; KB vj HB Iliw
; = xs'"Ic as v 997 boo not a7a
( John's Community College and : V s7qaOa.T..t.dAal
former Bradford baseballers Bill
Goodge (sophomore), Scott Allen
freshman), and Scott Hudson
(freshman).
Also over at St.John's now is Grady
Bostic of Keystone Heights, who was
the top bullpen pitcher for Santa Fe
CC before transferring this year...
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tionals In Cleveland Ray's Metal I'r+a+d atayf x .nt titod 7 FI((1 ( ,t d'+' >d gsbuk

Works of Gainesville won 1,lost 2,and
finished 18th last weekend. --- 4i
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T.M.I of Wichita, Kansas, ,,. PACIFIC tu tun f b"NIRTS +
eliminated Ray's 22-20 in the 38-team -
National tourney Sunday.Ray's r mIm 1 EflLtj a ot> xj 9r ,WEAE16i88 sxs
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of course was District, State, save Li ti9 Ir

and naments Southeast Starke's Region 301 Quick champ Stop in tour-participated 4 94 9 (f: 597 '(t s' oC? IMEN'SS.p ". .

in and was loaded with WAS 5.94 WAS 1.19 TWIN1088 FULrl588 383 .4T\t. I A7lON
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week Sept. 17 the four *
open White. 330 two-ply sheet Flexible& burst One flat and one fitted sheet plus two
sophomores on varsity will be moved Tropic tested. One gal. rolls. Soft& gentle. resistant vinyl. standard pillowcases. Twin has one case. Mat Downy-soft resistant.resilient Standard, ..tie l'' t Poly/cotton blend
down to play with the tenth graders in tft&ll' keeps size and shape
the Thursday, Sept. 16, junior varsity MADE IN Men's sizes. S-XL.
K football at Gainesville U.S.A. sE.vr oulr
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opener ,
Eastside... ,, \ fiEll 10E ,

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... In the jamboree at Gainesville
last weekend involving 4 of the other 5
teams in Bradford High's District

j 7. 5-AAA Tornado coaches scouting the
I i affair were most impressed with
Buchholz and Gainesville High :7907
School. :

.1 Buchholi a state semifinalist last
year was thought to be rebuildingafter WAS 1.17MpOR
losing over 20 seniors but defensive -
coach Mike Sexton said the Bobcats '
executed offensively almost save up to 1.00 |_! | save 21% save I'.I. I save16%'
t flawlessly and were aggressive on OLL

favorite defense.in Gainesville most circles, the, looked preseason strong 297 YOUR CHOICE, 1 94 7 WERE! 1. 888 1fl 88

'. defensively the coaches but said.not as good offensively TO 3.97 DISCOUNT' PRICE 20.84 fl ffl WERE 12.88 .243 2.88

I EaslsMe,with a new coaching staff ,,,, FLOOR ft PATIO WOMEN'S MEN'S NYLON MEN'S 6 INCH MEN'S PRO-LINE LADIES' ROPE
's had the athletes but is still disorganized CLEANING AIDS CANVAS SNEAKERS DRESS SOCKS WORK SHOES JOGGER SHOES WEDGE CASUALS
,and Santa Fe lost the bulk of its 9-2 Corn broom, patio broom Assorted color Slight, Nylon stretch socks In Vinyl uppers Goodyear Nylon, w/suad split Foam .
i team of last year... wet mop or angle broom. irregulars. Sizes 5-10. lights or dark Irregs. welted nonslip. 712. "leather upper. 712. pers.cushioned.s5.10.When -lined vinyl up.. ,j

.Look for Buchholx: to continue to
be> a rugged foe under 2nd-year coach ,
I j Eddie K'HI.,.. The Bobcats have by it comes topriCO we don't kid
far the best 10th grade group in thea"a around! I
I says BUS coach David Hurt.., "

t! ... Reserved,seat season tickets for Convenient "

I to Bradford&o on HIP sale about football September games aft 20-due 229 to Locations {: Starke 112 W.Madison... ]'

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( Sports Briefs ) ("r. i. ,w ti ) Gator Gets Scoop Club

Gainesville Su Sport War
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"I 1A JacK ".Imoa, standing at rtjfct,
gave the lowdown on the GMer-
Miami game
beforehand at last Thursday's
MJddleburgVlns Aerobic Dancing itial Starke Gator QuarterbackClub
Cubs InvitationalThe Starts Sept. 14 meeting of the year.
Y arll Halrston told the QB Club
u k'I
Lawtey Cubs were beaten by Aerobic Dance classes taught by members he saw a light
Hilliard 5-3 Saturday and took third in Cheryl Godwin will start in the Old .r'L tmllgame with the Gators Minn--
their own Invitational baseball tour- Armory Tuesday, September 14. Ing by three, and sure enough
nament that was finished up last The classes will run for 10 weeks that's how it went- Gators 17."
weekend. each Tuesday and Thursday night .., ,",, 91M on a one-hand TD. catch by
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Middleburg went on to beat Milliard and cost$8. Advanced classes in both % ,., ., S fullback James Jones.
8-4 for the championship in the aerobics and excercise will be held ... .. "?"\" ,.. This week the local Gator club
tourney, which was delayed by rain from 5:30: to 6:30 p.m.on those nights. ":,'' after starting the weekend of August The beginning aerobics classes will :" 1 McGraw. guest speaker for Its
\
27-28. be held from 6:30 to 7:30: p.m. Thursday, Sept 9, meeting at the
RBI singles by Bengamin Strong Civil Defense BuildingAMERICAS
and Willie McNeal scored Cleo
Johnson and Strong in the bottom of
the fifth to pull the Cubs within 5-3
after being down 5-1 but they got just
one more runner on base in the last
two frames.
Strong scored 2 of the 3 Lawtey runs ,
,
and was l-for-3. Also, Strong was 1-3, ;
FAMILY STORE
DRUG
designated hitter Willie Brown 2-21
McNeal l-l with 3 bases on balls, and
Jeremiah Johnson 13. YSFHNI2 Jjfi

Lady Tornado _

Volleyballers Are PracticingPreseason -1 3I1 PHOTO PROCESSING

progress has been slow We guarantee you only pay for the
because the girls. have had to practicein '
the Old Armory while the BHS I. prints you like. System 2 only at Eckerd.
gymnasium floor is being repaintedbut .
the Tornado team
will open Lady its season September volleyball 20. / //%/% //r////////////% III
Coach Inez Diggs' squad, youthful
again this year, will play 01
Hawthorne's Hornets Monday night, -
Sept. 20, in the first match of the MosaJt 1f h "
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The full schedule is as follows: "- -
Sept.20 Hawthorne 6p.m. I fh il I" -:-- ,1 rt..,
Sept.21 at Live Oak 6 p.m -
Sept.23 at Gainesville 6 p.m. ;fr. I
Sept 27 Buchholz 6 p.m. \ 1I i '
Sept.28 at Hawthorne 4 p.m. I -- : I
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Sept,30 at Santa Fe 6p.m.4p.m.. I
Oct.4 at Middleburg d .
Oct. Macclenny 6p.m. I LI-; y 9..walm-_ eu unco I
Oct. Gainesville 6p.m.
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Oct.12 at Buchholz 6p.m. DRY IDEA ; f.vDUTV I
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Oct.18 Live OakMiddleburg 6p.m. ROLLONANTIPERSPIRANT .

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YTYAJi, ) I 1 I ':ad21.51122County Ret: retrtent.' ( "j:) n. .. .... ....._..12,600..00,

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I Z0-21.511-23 Life and. Health Insurance. .. -5.000.00
V) The; Bradford County r Board.of County Commissioners hearing .' ,: 1 7" i,. 'j'. :,,o r. J ," I '.' ,I.. ': : .: .
102151124. Wot'1 rs' .. .15,00.0.00
fpr the FINAL PROPOSED USE OF FEDERAL!: ,. .5 .. : < ,.c.ompensation.. , ', '
(,:? : REVENUE L.rrrl .1// ., J L,!.I l I I i, : ", \ l (:
SHARING FUNDS in the total amount of $278,755 for the fiscal 10-21--.511-25: ... Unemployment Compensation .. 2000.00
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JILl." year ending September 30, 1983. : .r . "
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1 lb=21'511-40'': Autd All wance and Travel I : 3OO.O'OQ

\:r. I Melting Date: Tuesday, September 14, 182..
10":21"511Communication' Service and 'Cs.t 36'OOO.OQ:

Gird! .
Time 1021'-511-44: IBM Copier: Lease Agreement 1,452'.00
i : 8:00p.m.

'.. 10-21-511-46 Repairs. and Maintenance Expense 25OOO.Q


::..:, MettingPlace: Bradford Co,Courthouse-: 10-21-511-47 Printing and Binding Expense'y 1,0q,0'. OQ

10-21-511-49 Subscription and Advertising V 4,000.Oq
Commissioner Room No. 129.
10-21-511-51 Office Supplies and Materials 20,000.00

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10-21-511-54 Membership' Dues and Books 3,000.00..
A HEARING will, also, be held at this time on the FINAL ADOP -.--. -.--. ,--- .-. .. .

TION OF THE COUNTY BUDGET for the fiscal year ending 10-21-513-32 Accounting and Auditing cost 35,000,00

September 30, 1983. ALL interested citizens are invited to attend
10-21-514-31 15.000,00
County Attorney
these two hearings. Any citizen has the right to make written or 1021-590-52

oral comments with regards to the proposed use of the funds Data Processing Supplies 5.000.00. .

before the County Commissioners Final Adoption of the Budget for 10-22-516-10 Clerk: Circuit Salary/Personal sv.iOO,033.00

1982-83 Budget Year. .
10-22-516- Clerk: Circuit Operating Expenses ,19 I 200.00.

0-22-516-60 Clerk: Circuit Equipment 1,500.00.

i Maxie Carter, Jr. Gilbert S. Brown Esther B. Ellerson 10-23-513-10 Clerk: Finance Sa1ary/Person sv. 61,685.do'

Chairman Clerk of Cir. Court Finance Director .
10-23-513-30 Clerk: Finance Operating Expenses 5.000.09

10-24-513-10 Property Appraiser; Salary/Per. sv 111.791.09

.ijrul".J. .\:"\-"r COUNT"GENERAL ( _.,'. i .10-24-513-30 Property Appraiser; Operating expo 41,725.0. j

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ESTIMATED REVENUES 10-24-513-60 Property Appraiser; Equipment 525.ob. ,
FOR ,THE. FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30. 1982, ? :
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10-24-513-90 Property Appraiser; other operat/cost1,200.00.
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ACCOUNT .. 10-25-513-90 Tax Collector Commission 107:000.,:
NUMBER _CLASSIFICATION! TOTAL COUNTY .
10-26-515-54 NC.F 1 Regional Planning Dues 3,896.0Q
10-311-100 Taxes 6.573_ on 160. 277, 561 1,0531 504 OO r
10-27-516-10 Clerk; County Salaries/Personal sv.74:415: O _

10-320-100. ... .... _Contractors. Registration. .. 10000, .; I
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.. 10-27-516-30 Clerk; County Operating Expenses 4,800.00.
-321-100 Occupational Licenses. Fees:!, ., .... .....,00O;; DO 0
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10322.1.10Zoning ...Unincorp.orate.. ,- ..----.--- ; p,5UOfl0 ..-10-28=.519-11 Supervisor.. 9.f. .;J1e?; tto.tL.s.a.l.a.r.2.5.087.00. '
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10-28-519-12 Chief Deputy Supervisor E1ec. Salary 10.817.0 .
10-322-120 Zoning: Incorporated .OOO.pO .. j :'

10-334-610 Mosquito Control State I 10000.pO 10-28-519-13 Other Personal Services/Salaries _. 3,000,00

10-334-620 Mosquito Control State II 2OOO.pO 10-28-519.21 Election: FICA Taxes 2.500.00
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10- 34-630' Child Support Enforcement Program 500.pO 10-28-519-22 Election Retirement! __ ... ._;; _6".oo.OrOO"t
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10.334-710 State Grant Library 14.000.00 10-28-519-23 Election Life and Health. Ils..._ __ '--m.2fg'8P
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10-335-120 State Revenue Sharing 158.900.00 10-28-519-40 Election 'Auto/Allowance' & Travel 600 00'iO
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10-335-130 Insurance Agent County Licenses 300.00 -28-519-S1 Elections; Office Supplies/Materials _4OQ0,4Q.

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10-335-150 Alcoholic Beverage Licenses 2.500.bO .10-28-519-56 Getiera8 B ecn dnlCMsbrrs 'XlsqsR aA-S: 080d

10-335-180 Half-Cent Sales Tax 4.090.00. 10-28-519-99 ElectionE I3eseade.Ifdrd. flti> 8ineY SS QO006

10-337-100 City Grant Library 9725.00 10-29-519-12 County CustodiatteBa1lqu1Ieg9drrreM _Z-_' 9I9;_0


O-341-530 Clerk of Court-Receipts 60,000.90 10-29-519-21 CustodiasxEfcaoTSlxess7sj2 ,3M F. _S-SV_ _6 _@ __

10-29-519-22 CustodiatreBettfnedfetitera72 ,3 ":: 3S6 (j.
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10-343-450 Dump Permit Tickets 3.000,00 -

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Fines 1.000.00 .
10-352-100 County Library .
10-9-519-43 Uti 1i ties rand f'F.ue1J 2xpenses.io45000.' .::- -
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10-361-100 Interest Earned Investment 10. O..Q --- -- ---

10-29-519-46 Repairs and Mate 1r a-9lB iIlicUhgS'8; .- 10-361-320 Interest Earned Property Taxes .00 T. -- -
29-519-52 Maintettanaa3SO: PL1Te1 ;Coitin95ia: 23r6'O.( O' '
10-362-100 Rent 7.000.0 ". -. -+ -. .. -
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10-30-519-82 Bradford Chamber of Oat iert -:5"000.0'f
10-366-100 Contribution to Library .OQ .---' ..

10-31-522-81. Fire 'Control Service Cost''g5R' 7,01'2.0'(1(:
10-369..400 Reimbursement or refund \ 6000.00 -
10-32-522-83 New River.vo1untJer Fire Dept .. '2',000'.00:
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10-369-900 Otner'Misce11aneous Fees : 473.0'0: .
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10-33-522-52 Vol. Fire
Lawtey
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10-383-100 .Transfer: Building R s.erve'r': ,' 7.0,266..OP... .
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10-34-522-52' Hampton Vol. Dept
10-171-100 Estimated Revenue j '-: .'. I 1,663.858.00 .
: ; '10'-35-5i2 Bro ker Vol'. Pir Dept:,' .. .'2 ;,;;", :. ,r,: '1,'250 :ctq

.10=399-100: Less 57. Discount .r 'I L .. ;' 33,193,00I"

('" .10-36-522-52. Theressa, 'YQ1.t Fire Dept, :.> rl, .' : : .1;OOO.OQn ,
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.. ; ; Total Estimated Revenuer: ; '. : 1,580,665,00, .
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10:101100: : ; Balance. ; Cash r, r r r ''I'' :4 r r.i,' ,00_. r. .
.. r..: City of I tr\e\ Fize ,Dept .:41700.0,0
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Total Estimated .Revenuer.and.Cash. \, ,(11.580,665.00. ,' .... .
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10-31"524-23. Life, and. _HealthInsurance. I' ,. --" .--,-- '-1,728:00' .. .i 1 -53-56'3-:83 Mental,, 'H1ih District: III 1,312..
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10-37-524-40 Auto 'Allowance and 'Travel '''''''''' -,:' 500.00. 10-5'4-'565-82' .' i 'Bradford' Retarded Citizens Cost' 4,000.00

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10-37-524 Office'Supp1ies. and Materials', 1200.00 15'5l-569-82 ,Bradford' 'County Concerned Citizens 8000.00
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10-37-524-99 .oning I Report Incorporated: ,. : 1'C;>00-00': iO-; -5 4-12 Solid Waste Control Salary 13,355.00

13,826,00, lO-Sb-534-13 S7W Other Personal Ser. Salaries 21,000.00
10-39-525-11. Communication Director Salary .

10-39-525-21 Communication Fica Taxes 1,240.00" ''10-56-534-21 Fica TaxeS 895.00

2'.022'00 10-56-534-22 Retirement 17460.00
-10-39-525-22 Communication Retirement

10-56-534-23 Life and Health Insurance 660.00
10-39-525-23 Life and Health Insurance 576'.00
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and Maintenance Cost 6,000.00
10-56-534-46 S/W Repairs
10-.39-525-46 Cost
Repairs and Maintenance 2,500,00 -.
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10-39-525-51 Office, Supplies and Materials 100.00 .10-57-571-11 Library Director Salary 14,735.00
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10-41-537-12 Agriculturebept. Salaries 27,009.00 ,.,,10-57-571-12 Library Asst's Salaries 24,428.00 -

41-537-21 ,10-57-571-21 Fica Taxes 2,624.00
Agriculture Fica ,Taxes 1,008.0 -- -.

10-41-537-22 Agriculture Retirement 1644.00 10-57-571-22 Retirement 4281.00
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10-41-537-23 Life and Health Insurance 2.880.00 ,10-57-571-23 Life and Health Insurance 2700.00

10-41-537-40 Auto Allowance and Travel 6100.00'' 10-57-571-24 Workers' Compensation 200.00

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::10-41-537-51 Office Supp1fes' and Materials 2000.00 :10-57-571-34 Library Contractual Services 2,400.00

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10-41-537-52 Demonstration Supplies/Materials 800.00 10-57-571-41 Communication Cost 450.00

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10-41-537-52.1 4-H Operating Supplies 1,100.00 10-57-571-43 Library Utility Cost 4,800.00


10-41-537-64 Agriculture Dept Equipment 1.000.00 '10-57-571-44 Machine Rental Allocation 429.00

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10-42-553-11 Veteran; Sery1.ce. 'Officer: Sal. ry'u 4,0'00.00 10-57-571-45 Insurance 1,500.00


10-42-553-21. Veteran Fica Taxes _, .400.0'0 10-57-571-46, Repairs and Maintenance Cost 4,000.00

10-42-553-22 Veteran Retirement 630.00 10-57-571-51 Office Supplies and Materials 3,000.00


10-42-553-4Q Auto Allowance, .and' Travel '500.00 10-57-571-55 Library Film .Programs' 300.00

0-43-562-52 Welfare Pauper Burial 900.00 10-57-571-56 Library Equipment, Under. $100.00. 30 .00
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10-45-562-52 County competency Hearing. 590.0 r 10-57-571-64 Library Equipment Over $100.00 400.00
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10-46-562-82 Bradford Homemaker Service 6,434,00 10-57-571-66' V 'Books and',Processing Materials 8000.00 ,
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10-47-562-11 Mosquito Control Director Salary 4,000.00 '10-58-572-81 City of Starke Recreation Dent. 3,000.00

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,10-47-562-12 M.C. Local Asst' Salaries 29796.00 '10-59-572-52 County Recreation Cost 1,000.00

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1047562":13 Other Personal Services -- 2,400,00jl : LO6057252n Hamntdh Recreation. Department 500.00

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.,..1047562.21M ,C'--Luca-1 'F1c-a--raxes -v -- =c- 1,418.00. 10-61-572-52 Lawtey Recreation Department 500.00
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.10-47-562-22 M.C. Local Retirement 2,96Q.00 10-62-572-52 Brooker Recreation Department 500.00

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::10-47-562-23 Life and Health Insurance 810.00 10-73-591-99 County Refund Property 5 OO.00

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10-47-562-24 Workers, Compensation -,, 375.00 10-74-591-52 County Miscellaneous Expenses 10,000.00
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104756243Utilities Expenses .__ 480,00a 10-76-579-83 Suwannee River Authority 785.00
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-10 4ZS62:44- c.Rent&landLeas e' Cost ; 6. 600. ,p0iu 10-77-562-52. Medicaid: Hospital and Nursing Home 95000.00
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xQ-4: t 7 e56 2-45- --- -- Insuranceja: nol a9l .'tx ;m ;x.
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l:471T': ) 2-46 Repair andeMainbefan&a. Service: 1,4'50. 10-81-591-99 County: Reserve for Contingency 50,000.00

_- COUNTY TRANSPORTATION .TKeciT rl'ND
iO-4 t) 62-52' '::)ri6AatyQizb3LubaicaAtsnoX7osl3':: : : 4,120.00 ESTIMATED REVENUES

lQ-41 62-54 -MembettaltfplEBstisYboeu0 Y7nuc .25.00. .''.'.. FOR_THE.. FISCAL. -YEAR-ENDING SEPTEMBER.,-..- .30 1983

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'20-311-100.. V Taxes ,631 160 277 561 101135.00
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lQ-4 :{ "6'2':23Iife anch.He-abtlhdhi.'QBabC:a s 270..00 .
: ?._0335420207.,..---_'..__- ':---'- _._- -Surplus-.. ...._ Gas/Motor Tax .75,000.00.
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10'Q8: :;{5,.6'7-4r -iM ttirtlies fHxpenBeaf. bl'1s erlr .120.00 _.
20-361-100 .
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Interest on C.D.! R & B 15,000.00
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20-361-101 Interest Earned C.D. SBA
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0-48-562-45. Insurance 3" OO.OO Oil Lubricants, .'
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10-48-562-46 Repair and Maintenance Expense 380.00, 20J69900i Other Miscellaneous, Revenue 4,000.00
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::20485625,4 50-171-100 Estimated Revenues 427,956.00
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??::0-0-399-100 Less 5% Discount: (21,398.00)
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0..48-562-58 Small ,,ToolsExpense: ? '. .... : V V 100.00 ; ...' '" -t __ _' __.
,.'" 'J Total Estimated Revenue'' 406,558.00
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10-49-562-22 M.C State II Retirement" .' \ : ioo'.op '
2 10-101-100 V Balance: Cash 179,435.00
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i0-49-562-24 Workers' Compensakion'; t t '75.00 ; .
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Estimated Revenue & Cash 585.993.00
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104956244Rental 1600',00 .
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10-49-562-46, _, ... Repair., and, I.;'Mainteriande Exp rise. .. '' .."; _. .., 420'.. ... 00''. Vii: ':-:"': "..FOR THE FISCAL .YEAR_ ENDING SEPTEMBER: 30. .'19153. "-- .__h_ .

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Gas Oil, '&: T.u iricaritsi: Expense :; ; t' 8d0,00 .'''' -fl. ,
10-49-562-52' ; :: 20-11-541-12 County Transportation & 'B 210,000.00
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Chemicala' -eq (I"' rh: .:('1. ?yf.rt! .,y 1 ::: -."- ."...( 1'200.00 -- q ---'-

-10-49562-51.1, ... .' '/ ". .-.. .. .....,.-. --' ... ;20.1:54113Other- Personal SErvices/Salaries r .1.000,00
Tubercular Car'eRl! iiHe-iJa1r S.S-+ \ '
-1-S62-49 :. -15 d.00 :1t-541-21 '
ica''Taxea '
.' Transportationi 14.070.00
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k"33 6'-83 Dsadford Mental health-Guidance Clinic 56,687.00: 20-11-541-22
Transportation Retirement 22.953.09I
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Pas.ItTELEGRAPH Septomb-r..1W2
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TANSaRTA'CIUN/ES'i FEDERAL REVENUE SHARXNcr FUN

FDR, THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30. .1983 I ,, ':) : ESTIMATED. REVENUES .t. ,.1
30
:
ENDING 'SEPTEMBER t 298,9
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ACCOUNT; /'\,' .' .,tp: HI.. r. I rl
NUMBER-'.. CLASSIFICATION TOTAL; COUNTY ACCOUNT ,.1' .
-- NUMBER CLASSIFICATION lH""TOTAl' COUNTY,
20-11-541-23 Transportation Life & Health Ins. 1'0,0'00.00 ',' .." If

40-332-1.00: ,, Federal Revenue Allocation ; 'j'23'l i ,98lkoo; >II
20-11-541-24 Workers' Compensation Insurance 12,000,00 : H

'1 Estimated Revenue .' ,. I;:, 234,986.00, *.,
20-11-541-34 Surveyor Fees and Expenses 6,000.00 1.1

..,:'h' ." Less 5% Discount 11,749.00:
Cost 250,00 .
Freight
20-11-541-42 Transportation ______ i ; '' "
: Total Estimated Revenue 223237.00

20-11-541-43 Transportation Utility Services 9,000.00 "'.',............."...NhN '.Y M. .' .', Y. .4 '. ." ". .,.... r'W4WMN+IM..N''''.,,,, +,10V'n".... ,I,"" ..' _

Transportation Liability Insurance 15,000.00 Balance: Cash '.1', I 55,518,00..
20-11-541-45 ..
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Total Estimated Revenue and Cash 278755.00
20-11-541-46 Equipment : Repairs & Maintenance 30,000.00
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FEDERAL: REVENUE SHARING/ESTIMATED :EXPENDITURES
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20-11-541-51 Office Supplies and Materials 250.00
.. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1983 .

20-11-541-51.1 Miscellaneous Supplies/Materials 2,00000
40-01-516-54 Law Library Books and Materials 3,000.00

20-11-541-52 Gas Oil Lubricant Etc. Expenses 40,000.00
40-02-523-10 County Jail : Salaries/Personal Ser.103,566.00
20-11-541-53 Material for Upkeep R/B 30,000.00
40-02-523-30 County Jail : Operating Expenses 36389.00
20-11-541-58 Small Tools under $100.00 1,000.00
40-02-523-60 County Jail: Capital Outlay :1800.00

20-11-541-63 Improvement Secondary Roads 65,000,00
_. ...- 40-02-523-99 County Jail: Reserve Contingency 3,000.00
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20-11-541-64 New Equipment over S100.00 25000.00; 40-03-523-46 County Jail Repair & Maintenance 18,000.00


20-12-541-31 County Engineer Cost/Expenses 15000.00 40-11-541-52 Gas Oil and Lubricants Cost 20,000.00

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20-12-541-98_ Transportation: Refund Property Taxes 1000.00 40-21-511-45 County Insurance and Bonds 42,000.00


20-12-541-99 Taxes Due Municipalities 19000.00 40-21-511-46 County Building Repair/Maintenance 10,000.00


f 20-13-541-12 Sign Shop Salaries 21.900.00 40-21-511-64 County New Equipment over $100.00 10,000.00

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20-13-541-21 Sign Shop : FICA Taxes 1,470.00 40-21-560-49 Medicine/Doctors Vendor Fee 6,000.00


' 20-13-541-22 Sign Shop Retirement 2,400.00 '40-21-590-51 Computer Cost Allocation 10,000.00


20-13-541-23 Life and Health Insurance 1,500.00 40-21-590-71 Computer Principal 9,000.00


20-13-541-51 Office Supplies and Materials 200.00 40-21-590-72 Computer Interest 6000.00


..20-13-541-52_-,. .- -- .. Demonstration/Construction Materials 9,000.00
Total Appropriation 278,755.00LAW
20-14-541-46 Maintenance AGreement-Railroad .4,000.00 .'

LIBRARY FUND
20-15-541-59 County Surplus Property .7,000.00 ESTIMATED REVENUES

FOR_THE_FISCAL._YEAR-ENDING_ SEPTEMBER 30 1983
20-16-541-99 Transportation: Reserve Contingency 10,000.00 '
5L.::3 4JL2Q2.._ __.L.LawL.ib.rary..F.u:: :: F 90.t"d..inq _in.J..2.--1.--lO.o .0.0.. .c

Total Appropriation 585,993.00FiNE .'
; 50-383100: .__Transfer_Building:! Reserve Fund 4.000.00 ,(

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I\lD FORFEITURE 1-JND J ..._ Estimated Revenues II r 5,300.00 .0.

ESTIMATED REVENUES _.? ,. ...... -. .. .. .-, --. .. .. .. ,_. ., ._- .......- -----'."...
w .___ FOR ..THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING.. ..,.SEPTEMBER;. ; .* 30 ,'". 198.3 :'.'' .:.:. 4- / .C 8.. Less 57. Discount' 265.on '0
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Total Estimated 'Re'en es' 5,035.00 0
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DUMBER. CLASSIFICATION[ TOTAL COUNTYjn3iiioo 'Balance Cash
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1 Taxes 1.051 on 160 277 561 168,452.00 Total Estimated Revenues and Cash


3p-334L200 State Reimbursement, P/C 60 ,000.00 ,,'
: i __ __ LAP LIBRARY ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES ...

I 30-334-290 State : Inquest Physician Fees 1,515.00 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING::. SERTEMB+3'1983 .. .. __
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30-341-520 Civil Fee Collected 12,000.00 Law Library Appropriation ,_ ..: .---

30-341-540 Fines/Bonds Unincorporated 75,143.00 Jt; 2.d.'JJ. -: o '1r..3ffis'I'L.0: __:__: 9R___ -lcSBeei:----\-


30-341-541 Fines/Bonds Incorporated 15,101.00, 50-01-Si6-54 ,. .Law_.L bJ yaB6okd;if Q:Materials_ ; :'\ .! 351:!) tfo


30-361-100 __ Interest Earned on' C. D.: 6,000.00( 9?tS't.nt\TEQ'R EMT : 1O 'fAJ.>; $.N1'S:..s29A.____. ep.-S62-ee-lC :

Emergency Distribution Allocations 129,402.00. THEFISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1983
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Estimated 5U100Taxes. ..7:81 (f ? p{ : __.__.125,177.00_
Revenues 467613.00
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Balance : Cash '_ ,.i<,..--_. ..------..-- ..-..\ -Jx.:: .T--. ,
''" 'r < Balance Cash _H..._ ___ __m ._- --.. .---. .. .00
444,232,0O't3E ... .. : ._ no _._ .
Total Estimated Revenue/Cash --
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F.. AND FORFEITURE FUND/ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES_: -'i. .. .. .. _. -----.---
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30-11-516-31 Court Appointed Public Defenders 13300.00 : ,FOR .THE FISCAL YEART_ ENDING"SEPTEMBERT: : 30. 19R'\ ..


30-11-516-44 Public Defender's Office .Cost 8.000.001- 5505919 Taxes Remitted tb\'EMT. & .Ho'spit:. 118,918.00
----'- ,., BUILDING RESERVE REVENUE': '0' if; l

30-12-516-49._ County Witness. Fees Cost 10,000.001. ESTIMATED REVENUES
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40,000.00l
30-13-561-49 Other Court Cost .,
,60-383-.100 Building Reserve Racing Miqc. 23,250.00
30-14-516-13 Sheriff Judicial OPS-Bailiff 1/650.00J .' ---- -------_ \ .-. -- --
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'' .30-14-516:49 -- -s : 'f.- ;>;;, \. Estimated Revenite ..:J:1 ..... ... 223,250.00 .
Judicial Operating Cost-Bailiff --:----:-- ---- -- ---- -------
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30-15-517-33 Court Reporter Cost 50,000.001 -----
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30-16-521-10 Sheriff:. Salaries and Personal ser,222,637.00| -
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Balance Cash 00
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30-16-521-30 Sheriff: Operating Expenses 55,318.00J.- ,'-" > .---

to. Total Estimated Revenue and. Cash 245,087.00-
301521-60 Sheriff Capital ., : -
; Outlay ,20,277.00f| ,'I -
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30-16-521-99 Sheriff .. .
: Reserve Contingency \ 5,000,00jf .,1.<"
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1983 ..

30-17-521-49 FHP Equipment ., '2,000OOjf
". n-l0-581-91; Transfer General Fund 70,266.00'

l i 30-18-527-31 Inquest: Medical, Examiner, ", '. 10,000.00J ; 6 -20-581--91\. I ,Transfer.: ...County.'-'TrpspoiC .ation 'Trust. ) :62821.00


30-19-591-99. Refund on Property Taxes 1000.00*I 60-50-581-91; Transfer, Law'Library; _Fund) .: ," : ;;,.4,004.04. ,

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.=O-591-99 Reserve for Contingency 5.000.-00 6070191 Transfer- Courthouse'' Debt Service 60,000..00.


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Ph 1k.19I'h.\fen": 16lIl5Y '. had an attendance'':" of.. twenty :Smith on Sunday: Clarice Slinson of Largo and Cobie 1 Kenny planned to leave Wednesday ) ttacklop.rhoni
members at their meeting on Friday. and Janie Burden of Montverde. for Sarasota where he will be training Joe Meng left Thursday :for Chattanooga
., HospitalizedMrs. The group enjoyed fellowship and a Hampton Lake -' I.Joshua Join his .sister, Amanda, for instructional baseball for the where he is a senior at Tennessee
sing-along to the accompaniment of New Arrival who is two years old. Atlanta Braves team. Temple College.
Clarence Adkins Is William Lahn and his mandolin.
Kauri i 329 t"North Florida a patient in Kay Carbone of Rosselle, New Martin and Lori Meng proudly announce Kenny Clark Visits Home Randy Parado left Sept. 1 for
"'Hospital Gainesville.She had Regional Jersey, was a special guest and at. the arrival of their son, i Visitors Boston University where he recently
come tended with /her mother Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins enrolled. His father, Romeo Parado.
hornet Friday following Mrs. Belle Joshua Aaron. He was born Aug. 31, Kenny Clark came home Wednes-
nearly two Brown. visited their son and family, Mr. and drove him and his necessities there
weeks 8 Ibs. 7 oz. and measuring
hospitalization weighing of last
and day week with his fellow
returned to ball Mrs. David Earnest, David III, Jim and returned home Monday.
the hospital Sunday Family CookoutMr. 19M.Maternal inches.grandparents are Wildon player friend, Pat Hodges. lie accompanied my and Infant son, Chad Paul. Chad Kenny Novak of Connecticut visited
his
parents, Tom and Pat was born Aug. 19, which is alsoWallace's the Parado family last week.Recuperating .
Montverde.
and Willodean Stinson of Clark
Senior CItizens and his grandmother, Wilma
and Mrs. Gerald Adkins joined Paternal grandparents are Paul Clark, to Berrien birthday.
other family members Lake. County, Georgia. Steven and Diane Earnest visited Mathew Baun returned home last
The Hampton Senior at the Lake and Ruth Meng of Hampton They all attended
Citizens Club a family reunion Wallace and Joyce over the Labor week
following
Geneva home of Joel and Louise Maternal great-grandparents are there and returned home hospitalization al the
-- Sunday. Day weekend. Jacksonville Naval Hospital.
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60-71-581-91 Transfer Solid By C. E."Sue"Iavi
Waste Debt Service 23,000.00
Phone: 185-1311: Quartet of Belmore, Fla. burst forthin Richard, Rickey and Rita Crosby;
----- -- -- song. The Weeks family (Janice, Betty Goodson; Robbin and Andrew
60-72-581-91) Transfer' Capital Outlay Fund 25,000.00 Centennial CelebrationAt Jimmy. Wayne and Louise) have Carr; Susie Crosby and Elain Griffin.
been singing gospel songs as a quartetfor Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Dedan
ChurchIs 16 years and have traveled aroundthe Land Goodson of Lakeland Mrs.
-- Moving Aftornoon north Florida and South Georgiaarea Hazel Carlton, Mrs. Elain Griffin and
singing in churches of all friend Roy of Starke, Mr. and Mrs.
._.- ..L-.l9: cilApprg priation The day dawned bright and clear denominations as well as in Thomas Carr and children of Bran-
._ .. 245.087.00 Sunday, Sept 5, to mark of
a day auditoriums and outdoors at special don, Valeri Crosby of Gainesville and
SINKING RKSE'RVE'VUND: : history in the lives of some 250 guestsas events. friend Ron of Ocala the Hugh Crosbyand !
-- ESTIMATED \. they assembled at Dedan Baptist Solo's were presented by Mrs. Buster Crosby families of
R VENUES ', _---. Church in celebration of homecomingand Louise Molt and Mrs. Penny Varnesof Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
'I ..FOR. .-THE- r'Tfr.AL.-. :....-.-vlR-:.- _-ENi1IP10. : SEPTEMBER. 30', 1.983 r--- church.the looth anniversary of the Jacksonville. Duets by Mr. and Vellenga and children of St
--- Mrs. Bill Lovells of Brooker and Mr. Petersburg.Girl .
ACCOUNT The building was full to capacity, hand\ Mrs. Milton Mott of Jacksonville
: ; : leaving standing room only. Doors to during the day. Scout
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__ ,., ---CLASSIFICATION..- .'.' - .- ..". .L ..., ,._",'_,,. ..:-..,-TOTAL---.---COUNTY.--- the Sunday School rooms were thrown After such a lovely day what was Meeting Set
open to seat several in each room. more fitting than for storm clouds to

IQ:2. .1.-JglL_.__. Interest: :. Jyirned:; ) on. : ;C...:... D.. ,_, ,_ . _.*!_',_9,.200., 00) .-. tion After of the song Kev.services H. II.under Molt,the the direc-guest arise leave and much the needed heavens water to open in its up waks and, Leader Kathy will Dobbs meet,with the the Girl Girl Scoutsat Scout

;."'- '.333. = 100.... ._Transfer_.:.:.. .. __ : Jtiil in.. Refcrvc''y : 60u00pj)0 speaker introduced, Rev.by the Colman Rev John Padgett Hendry was, just earth.to refresh and replenish the Brooker Elementary School Thursday -
J : '" .. ?""I.__ ... ." .?._.....,' ; ,_____ _. .pastor of Dedan. Kev. Padgett is no Sept. 9, at3pm.Allgirls are requested
Estimated Revenues ,: -::": '. 69,200,00 stranger to Dedan.As a young man he to be present.
: Youth
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.... -- --.-\... :; .- -----Less-...--57- ..-Discoxtnt--.----. --.- ... ........--.-...-"', -..-. --- -----.3.A60.00.------ later there for years'some he time.served as minister Be Reactivated
Due to illness The Rev. Jim Countryman of the
Rev Padgett said
--.--- Total. .Estimated.. ..Revenues 65,740.00 this would be the last services he will New reactivating River Baptist of the Church announcesa and ladies Elizabeth Terry
-- youth
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(Tears came into my eyes as Bible classes will begin this week and Injured In Fall
I looked
Balance : Cash 116,260,00 out over a sea of faces and
.._..----- --- .. .., ......,.. recognized many many faces of past will continue for an indefinite time.
: :--- --- --- -- -- ------- --" ---- friends and members in the audience The youth will meet each Thursday at The Telegraph regrets that our
Total Estimated Revenues and Cash 182,000.00 just for a fleeting moment it was the 7 p.m. in the pastorium and the ladieswill Lawtey correspondent Mrs.
.. .. parents I saw and it meet each Tuesday morning at 9a.m. Elizabeth Terry, is incapacitated due
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were together again.) Guests from
-----------FOR THE FISCAL YFAR .ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1983 ------ several area churches as Jackson- Birthdays Noted to report please call her instead of
...--- ville, New River, Brooker, Fair- By Crosby ClanA her-usual practice of her calling for
banks, Gainesville and as far away as quarterly celebration of bir- news.
_70-99-582-51 Printing of Coupons 150.00 Lakeland was present for the day. thdays of the family of the late Hugh
After dinner on the grounds, the Butler Crosby was held at the home of
guests assembled back into the Mr. and Mrs. Phil Vellenga last Sun-
-2Q.-.2.9--. Bond Issue-Courthouse
.ill71R.etirement 35,000.00
_._ church for an afternoon of listening
day.Those
pleasure as the Weeks Family celebrating birthdays were

_-70.-.q9-582ZM: ---..Interest. on.: Bond .- Courthouse 28.683.00: -- -- ..


70-99-582-99 Reserve for Debt. Service/Courthouse 118,162.00 Thank You

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Total Appropriation 182,000.00()

.Q, "' SOLID iASTE SERVICE __

ESTIMATED REVENUES For Your SupportIn t

9.9I I FOR-THE..-FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER '30,1983 .


-n0.Crot. -." ." 'f. e.'C'___. ...__ __ ( JJI"l'I7.rL.gjlJ i.. ,'".--.-r--":ems:"::""i'J"00 :: --.....,..,..,--...... .-.. .-. the First Primary -

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.1 00.. .. --- .___._____Total. _- Estimated Revenue 23 000 Q..Q.... .. But. .a
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Total Estimated Revenue and Cash 36,478.00

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71-99-582-71 Retirement of .Bonds 13,000.00 Pat Spengler

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'c1-9 9082- 72 i B ;-r9jt: rs t,IQGBQl1d> ,< djr r Wf 7,850.00 "

RaseQVIIJz' 'i rA'i'" I (j'.'I)1J: .,. Needs Your Help Now, More Than Ever.
71- 99-82-99 : ry, 44p ?G'"l: ytce: : 15,628.00

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Total: app ropriat ion 36,478.00

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00.VVI.ffif TH>;: FISCAL YEAR END I NET'S' EFTEMkERPGO. 1983 Pat Spengler works hard

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-.flC-.-- .--- Estimated Revenue-tzt;) '.j. 63,149,00- Then Votes Her Convictions All

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The Best Interest Of Our Children
O'! ,. (tii"( ,:= ;"'HEAlft: DEPARTMENTESTIMATED EXPENDITURES ._
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___. 80-00-591-99 ".''' Taxes Remitted Health Dept 59 : 992.00_

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supported
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Is a Jacksonville Shrine Vernle P. Odom Broker GRI'R

Club clown and be was a big hit D. Odom, Jr. Associate 964-5476, Eve It

during a visit to Small World Day I.
Care of Starke last week.
WE NEED
LISTINGS
Salty' clowned around with the ft
f fr kids and showed them tricks but ON LAND AND HOMES R

the most fun he brought was with

: balloons making dogs hats and GRACIOUS LIVING: One of Starke'sR

t airplanes. homes 436 No. Walnut St.

'Salty and the other Shrine BLOCK 3 bedroom, 2 bath, well!n;
Club entertainers will be part of home. Has nice yard. '*

the Shrine Club Circus In FARM: Four chicken houses, 3.000R

Jacksonville coming up this Rn frontage on US-301. R

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NOTICE, OF SHERIFF'S p.m. on said day on thepremises the City Commissioners Line Railroad. North highest and best bidder Florida In accordancewith ;
r SALE of the Bradford Envelopes should b.t 16032'30" East 133 feet; for cash at 11:00: o'clockA.M. the local Government heard at the 7:00 p.m., in the Council

? Notice It h.r.by given County Sheriff Office I plainly marked "SEALED, thence South 8953'20" on the 29th day of Comprehensive prescrib Room of Starke City Hall,

that I I. Dolph E. Reddish will offer for sole and PROPOSAL FOR GROUP, East 503.9 feet to the September 1982. at the Planning Act of 1975 as Thompson Street ,"
y tell to the highest bidder Northeast of the front BOARD OF Stark., Florida, on
at sheriff of Bradford INSURANCE. corner door of the Brad provided for In Chapter
County, Florida und.r for cash. In hand the This proposal I Is for a I SW 1/4 of Section 26, ford County Courthouse, 163 of the FloridaStatutes. COUNTY Thursday September 30,

and vulva of Writ of above.described property package of group Township 5 South Rang Stark.. Florida. 1982.
oy At this .
as the property of the 22 East time, all persons
benefits for the City ol GILBERT BROWN
Execution to-wlf:
Execution issued out sold Defendants to Stork personnel of f and together with; CLERK OF THE TO: All citizens ; : G.S. Brown will b* heard concerning -

of County Court of Clay satisfy said Execution. which there are approximately Stainless Steel CIRCUIT COURTBy Taxpayers and other Interested Clerk1tchg909 as specified this In application the

County:: Florida pursuantto 85 full time Freezer/Cooler; Electric : Beuloh Moody Persons; zoning .
codes of the
a Final Judgement for Dolph E. Reddish employees and/or Gas Broiler; Deputy Clerk city or 1
Stark.
Joteph A. Scanlan of Sheriff, Bradford County The City of Stark Miscellaneous Shelving; You and each of .
L. M Galnes..
Stark., Florida andogalntt Florida. reserves the right to reject Griddle; Stainless Steel SWANN AND HANCOCK you are hereby and
Fred McCulloughand 9/02 4tchg 9/23 any and all pro. Salad Prep; Hood; Fire PA herewith given notice In THOMP- Director
Stark Bd. of Ad .
Susan McCullough . . .e. posals to waive for. Extinguisher System, Hot 600 Courtland Street accordance with Florida applica |

a/k/o Susan lotlck molltlet and to accept or Food Table, Plastic Dish Orlando, Florida 32804 Statutes that the Boardof OCCUPA e. . .1tchg9OVNOTICE .

defendant, In the NOTICE FOR BIDS reject| any or all parts of Container; Dish Racks; Attorneys for Plaintiff County Commissioner PAT'S DAY

amount of $502.00 any proposal' as they Vegetable Sllcer; Sllcers; of Bradford ( Nursery) to

tog.th.r with costs of The City of Hampton It may deem to b. to the Mixers, Stainless SteelWork 9/09 4tchg 9/30 County Florida have Board of Ad WARD L. LASHER

collection. now accepting bids for best Interest of the city. Tablet; Can ................... designated the Bradford 01 property has mad. application to''.
Have seized and hove GARBAGE pick-up1: SPECIFICATIONSATTACHED Opener; Sale; Heat County Zoning and Plan- R1A and the Bradford County Zon-

In my possession the Once weekly pick-up Lamps; Ice Machines: NOTICEOF ning Board to conduct a : ing Board for

following described personal 'IVi ton truck minimum Comprehensive Plan 2-Comp, Sinks; APPLICATIONFOR public hearing at a S.E. First reclassification of the

property to-wit: til*. Lifetime maximum, Dishwasher; Air- REZONINGAND regular meeting held at .. Florida property described

1976 Chrysler 2 Dr. $1,000.000; Deductible, Conditioning Equipment; AMENDMENTOF 7:30 P.M., in the County Township 6 below from CG to RSF-1.: .
Sedan I.D. No. All sealed bids must per calendar year $100, Walk-In Cooler/Freezer; THE Commission meeting I 22 East. Go One acre ( I Ifloco )

SS22N6R253709.As be received by accumulation period 12 Convection Oven; LAND USE PLAN 'room Bradford County SI. (Hwy. led 300 ft. past )Intersection -

the property of the September 15, 1982. 7 months; Family limit, per Waitress Station; Tablet; Courthouse, Stark, ) turn left go of 21A and'

ibove named defendant p.m. to be considered.All cat. yr., 2, Coinsurance. Chain, Booths; Salad An ORDINANCE Florida on Tuesday turn left go Hwy 100 9 miles South:

y and that on Monday the bids will be openedand 80/20, Room & Board and Display Cases; amending the Comprehensive September 28, 1982, and on left of Starke on West side of.

j 13th day of September, reviewed at this seml-prlvat; Covered Microwave Oven; Drink Land Use make a recommendationto 00400. Hwy. 100 in Section 13:: ,

1982 at on. o'clock on time. For Informationcall Hospital S Physician Expenses Dispensers; Gift Shop Plan Element and Mop by the Board of County Board of Township 8 South Range; .

said day on the premisesof the City Clerk. Jan Subject to Floats and Displays, Bradford County Commissioners and the will conduct 22 East parcel 5543 to

the Bradford County Hall at 468-1201. Mail deductible and coin Cash Register; Florida, In accordancewith Board will consider on at their use for residential pro-

Jail cash In hand the bids to City of Hampton surance. Payable at Miscellaneous Small the local Government Monday. October 4. 1982 held at perry.This ;

above described property P. O. Box 250 Hampton usual, customary & Wares; Signs. Comprehensive at the same said place at : the Council change In,

of said defendant to Fl 32044. reasonable charges; at public sale, to the Planning Act of 1975 as 10:00: A.M. an Ordinance City Hall classification, is subjectto

satISfy the aforesaid Execution. 9/02 2tchg 9/09 Maternity Care, Some as highest and best bidder provided for In Chapter relating to: Street, a public hearing to behold .
benefits for for cash at the front on Tuesday.
.. e. . . regular 163 of the Florida 30 on .
Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff employee and spouse; door of the Bradford Stntutes.TO The rezoning of September 28, 1982 at

Bradford County Florida NOTICE FOR BIDS Accident Car, Charges County Courthouse In the following described 7:00 p.m.. In the County '

8/19 4lchg 9/9 payable within 90 days Stark, Florida at 11:00: : All Citizens, property and amending time, all per Commission Room in the.
I r.. . . . The City of Hampton It of an accident. First (500 o'clock A.M. on October Taxpayers and other Interested the Comprehensive land : heard con Bradford County Courthous -

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO now accepting bids for at 100% No deductible; 4. Persons. .. Use Plan to provide that application *. At this time all
REGISTER TRASH pick-up: Stop Loss .once a 1982.GILBERT S. BROWN lands currently zoned OR 1 In the zoning persons interested shall

FICTITIOUS NAME 'One weekly trash subscriber has paid CLERK OF THE You and each of you and designated by the the city of b* heard for or against

pick-up $1,000 "out-of-pocket" ((2 CIRCUIT COURTBY are hereby and herewith plan as Agricultural b* the proposal as
Pursuant to Section .IVi ton truck minimumsize per family), all further : Beulah Moody given notice in accordance rezoned to CI. and L.M. Gqlnes specified In the Zoning

863.0V, Florida Statutes, covered expenses shall Deputy Clerk with Florida designated Commercial, Director Cod of Bradford Coun

notice "it nereby given b* paid at 100% of Statutes that the Boardof the property of Bd. of Ad|. tyAllen

that 1he undersigned All sealed bids must usual, customary Edgar W. McCurry, Jr, County Commit FREDERICK G. MUELLER, Itchg 9/09 Richardson

Terry A. Games and be received by reasonable charges for Alan C. Jensen tlonert of Bradford described as follows JI'c'" .Chairman

j Philip W. Clark joint September 15, 1982, 7 remainder of calendar 2626 IndependentSquare County Florida have One acre ((1)I) located 1/2 Bradford County

owners doing business p.m. to be considered.All year; D.p.nd.ntChildr.n. designated the Bradford mile South of Stark. on Zoning Board

under the firm mite or bids will be openedand Covered to the Jacksonville Fl 32202 County Zoning and Planning West side of Hwy 301 In TANNER 1tchg909ERf

STARKE INSURANCE reviewed at this end of the calendar yearIn 904-354-2140 Board to conduct a Section 6, Township 7' for

AGENCY. 737 S. WalnutSt. time For Information, which they reach age Attorneys for Plaintiff public hearing at a South Rang 22 East out for

., Stark, Fla. 32091, call the City Clerk Jane 19 or 23 if a full-time college 9/O94tchg 9/30:: regular meeting held at of parcel 4728 for Feed classifica
Hall at 468-1201. Mail for mobile
student. Mill and .
intend* to register, said bids to City of Hampton.P. V .e e. . s. 7:00: P.M., In the County Storage.You the Stark
fictitious, name under the CITY OF STARKE Commission meetingroom '
O. Box 250, Hampton FLORIDA NOTICE are further on
,j aforesaid ttatutet. Bradford County
Dated this 19th day of Fl 32044. Neil I. Tucker OF INTENTIONTO Courthouse, Stark., given NOTICE that a copy that Is
9/0 trho 9/09 REGISTER and describ
Clerk of said OR-
City proposed
August. A. D.. 1982 In Floridaon Tuesday
I.. a 1. t. .a.a. NAME
Bradford County. ttchg9/09 FICTITIOUS September 28, 1982 and DINANCE is available for
8/26 tchg 9/16 IN THE CIRCUIT ..-- ...t ..- . make a recommendationto your Inspection at the office one-half ,
. . . . COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTIN Pursuant to Section the Board of County of the Director of ( ) located off

EIGHTH JUDICIAL AND FOR 865.09, Florida Statutes Commissioners/ and the Zoning and Planning St. out of

INTENTIONTO NOTICEOF CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY notice Is hereby given Board will consider on Bradford County Courthouse In Section r

REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDACASE that the undersigned, Monday, October, 1982at Stark.. Florida. 6 South
FLORIDACIVIL MADELIN to place a O5HOPFFtt6
FICTITIOUS NAME EDWARD AND the same said place' at Each and every Person
ACTION .
NO. 82-98 CA ROBERTS sole owners 10:00: A.M. an Ordinance having any interest vow cast
CASE NO. 82-356 doing business under the to whatever In the enactment Board of p.'Neras.
Pursuant to Section relating :
will conduct .
HORNES INTERNATIONAL firm name of ROBERTS of this proposed rr
365.09 Florida Statutes IN RE: The Marriage of at their i
INC.a BAIT AND TACKLE, Route The of ORDINANCE should appear
notice Is hereby given MARTHA G, HUNT.Wif.P.tltlon.r. rezoning held at .4.
!that the undersigned, Florida Corporation 4. Box 655 Starke, Brad the following described and be heard at the .1'
and
ford Florida time and
Plaintiff, County and amendingthe place prescribed.
PAT WEEKS sol* own.r.doing WAYNE B. HUNT JR.. VS 32091 Intend to property Land araessa.aa arteseraas.arri.
business und.r the Comprehensive
firm name of BRADFORD Husband/Respondent. SERGIO AGUILO; *t al., register said fictitious Use Plan to provide that BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS .

TRUCK & EQUIPMENT, U. Defendants nom under the lands currently zoned
NOTICE OF ACTION
aforesaid statute. BY: Gilbert S. Brown
and
S. :301: North Lawl.y.Florida RSF-MH-1
NOTICE OF SALE Doted this 9th day of by the plan Clerk
designated .
Intends
to ?
TO: WAYNE B. HUNT JR. September A. D., 1982 1tchg9/09 r
said fictitious as M.H. Residential b*
register Residence Unknown .. .
In Bradford County. e.we-.a. y.U 5e
name under theotor.satd NOTICE IS HEREBY zoned to CG, and FBUUCN2REHLTY" !
GIVEN THAT, pursuantto 9/094tpd 9/30 designated General NOTICEOF
.
statute.Dated YOU ARE HEREBY C .see.s.ee.s. APPLICATIONFOR -
this 25ih day of NOTIFIED that an action an Order of FinalJudgement IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Commercial the proper. REZONINGAND

August 1982 A.D. In for dissolution of marriage offoreclosure THEEIGHTH ty of ROBERT THORN- AMENDMENTOF

Bradford County, and other relief entered in JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TON described as
Florida. hat been filed againstyou the above-captioned action follows: On. acre ((1)) THE 3E4-5O65

8/26 4tpd 9/16 In the abovestyledcourt I will sell the property BRADFORD COUNTY, located 1/4 mile South of LAND USE PLAN .t

1 tS I . U situated In Brad FLORIDA Stark. on West side of 'nfosl0
and you are required
An ORDINANCE
ford County Florida Hwy. 301 In Nichols a
IN THE COUNTY to serve a copy of amending the Comprehensive
described as Acresa,. parc.126B.B.OO2OO
COURT OFBRADFORD your written defenses. If Civil Action Land Us.
Part of the NE 1/4 of In Section
COUNTY any to It on JAMES! L. No. 82-228-CA Plan Element and Map by .St. Acres Iron Wlshben ;
NE 1/4 of SW 1Sec. 32, Township 6 South
CASE NO. 82. 08SP TOMLINSON ESQUIRE OFFICE HOURSi
Bradford County,
lion 26 S for
Township Rang ,22 East a r.
Post Office Drawer O.Stork. South Rang 22 East FREEDOM SAVINGS Motel. Florida In accordancewith Friday *. S Saturday 12 noon
CREDIT AND LOANASSOCIATION. !
US LIFE Florida ::32091 Bradford the local Government
CORPORATION.Plaintiff and file the original' with County INC.Plaintiff. .
Florida being more particularly You are further Comprehensive 4f Acres, .brick home. Irrigation,40 pecan
the Clerk of the aboveFtyled
Act of 1975 as
described Planning Ioe..
a* given NOTICE that a copy ,
vs court on or lollows: Commencing at of sold proposed OR- provided for In Chapter th location Fenced yard hs mobile horn
IZELL MONTGOMERYAND before 14 October 1982. VSWILLIAM
163 of the Florida
ZELLOUISE Otherwise a point In the Easterly DINANCE I Is available for Under 20000.
a ludgementshall
MONTGOMERY b ntred right ol way line of Stat. L. KING your Inspection at the office Statute th 2 acre* up t* 110.
against Road 200 designated as of the Director of lot ". Acre on lessen Ra.
Defendants for the relief etc.
you Station 333 and 41.41 Zoning and Planning. TO: All Citizens, Very pretty brick .veneer ham on one
...... ..... demanded In the Peti Defendant. and Interested
NOTICE OFt tion. and also known as the Bradford County Courthouse Taxpayers other I BA w/flreplece, central H/A. VA Mtg.

SHERIFFS SALE WITNESS my hand point al curve, said curve NOTICE OF SALE /'Stark. Florida. Person I Good Investment property 3 BR. 1 BA On
being concave to the Each and every Person term
and teal of told court on North and West with a having any interest You and each of You to .ucln. Property plus home Lawtey ar_.
Notice I I. herebygiven
NOTICE IS .HEREBY the 8th day' of are hereby and herewith
radius of 11,514.16 feet whatever In the enactment Specials Call for detail
GIVEN that I I. Dolph E. September, 1982.GILBERT and a total central angle the Final that Judgement pursuant of to of this proposedORDINANCE given notice In accordance ty ". a.., 2 BA ham en Colley RJ.
Reddish of Brad S. BROWN with Florida
Sheriff of 1 14 35' 01"; thence Foreclosure and Sale should appear with excellent assumabl mtg.
lord Florida Clerk Circuit Court the Board
that
I County. along a chord bearing entered In the and be heard at this Statute 3 Ii. IV4 BA hem On large lot. Conve.
under and by virtue of a By Beulah Moody cause of County Com mi.-
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and distance of North 2948'3:1" In the Circuit time and place prescribed Assumable IDS mtg. I.
pending
Clerk
Bradford
of Execution
Writ Deputy of
:: East 526.36 feel to of the jBOARD tloner S beautiful acres with 3 U. I SA
heretofore Issued out of Court Eighth County Florida have ol
the point of beginning; OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS .
4tcha 9/30: Judicial Circuit, in and .. Bradford
the abev. entltl.d 9/09 the
63'5'27"East :: designated .. fer location.
thence South sale 'tn different
Court. In the above.i . . e. e ..**- for Bradford County, and Plan-
64.36 feet to the Civil Action No. BY; Gilbert Brown County Zoning R, 1%, BA home en large lots CH/A
i styled cause. have levied REQUESTSFOR Florida. ning Board to conduct a
Clerk fenced will
Westerly t right ol way 82-228-CA the undersigned t back yard $' .000. Owner
upon the following property > PROPOSALS line of the Seaboard Air ''. 1tehg909NOTICE public hearing at a ..
Clerk will sell the
situate. lying and HEALTH INSURANCE tin. Railroad, thence regular meeting h.ld at ... Block with stucco home. Nk. !*t..
being In Bradford County CITY OF STARKE South 16'32-30" West property described situated In said -1.---: 7:30: P.M.. in the County .......

Florida to-wit; 650.62 feet along told County The West as 84.58: Commission meetingroom h.,_.. Owner will hold second mor-, i
Proposals, subject to Bradford County ol
Westerly right of way / ,
feet of lot 3 and the Lost
lot 2. 3 and 6 of specifications In this Invitation line; thence North 24.23 feet ol Lot 4, Block APPLICATION Courthouse, Stark, I for title 2 '11. 1 BA recently rameael. I' :
lock 18. North Reno S/D will b. receivedIn 43.337Wett 201.44 lt FOR REZONING- Florida an Tuesday On* Ain. ,
of REPLAT OF PART
B. a
Section 21, Township 6. the office of the City to the point of beginn OF MT. PLEASANT ON AND AMENDMENT. September 28 1982 and Nice tract. Only $17,000. ..
Rang 22. Stark., Bradford desk at City Hall 2.099 make a recommendationto .
ing. Containing SLOP THE .
end
SILVER LAKE a* per platthereof the Board of County Apartments Per Rent i
County Florida.a Stark., Florida, until ocr... for a point of recorded In Plat' lAND USE PLAN Commissioners and the Management ServicesAppraisals

7:00: P.M. September 21, reference. beginning at Book 3. Page 20 of the 'f/I/ :. Board will consider on .,'
of
the the 1982 at which time and
property the NE corner of the An ORDINANCE
ebov.-,, ,,,.d Defendant place all proposal will abov described tract, public records Florida.at of Bradford amending the Comprehenslve Monday October 1. M. .Faulkner-RI TO<<.""' -106I .I.
County
the told UALTOR
1982 at same -ASSOCIAT/-H4114
and the b opened.
*, neat on thence along sold land Use .
17h el $ Sold ..nv.lop.sshould place at, 10:00 A.M. an Spry-SALESMAN-M4-B4M
day efotobet.1W1. Westerly right of way public sale, to the Plan Element and Map by '
Ordinance relating' to: Walker, A1SOOAT1.444- J t
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I artists show off their creative skills in Keystone Heights I



By Mark Frledlln September 4 to participate in the Annual variety set up shop in the ,(:ity'.
BCT Staff Writer Keystone Arts and Crafts Theme Park and together with enter-
I Artists of every occupation from Festival. tainment provided by various groups
around North Florida descended on More than one hundred artists with a fine time was had by the big crowd,
Keystone_ Heights Saturday skills and specializations, of every many of which drove from Jacksonville -
Gainesville, St. Augustine and
other cities. -.i
"This is a big event for us every
year, said one of a group of art lovers
from St. Augustine. "We come every
year and the show seems to get bigger '.
and better every'Year." -M
Kris Richards, a spokeswoman for
a"ar i+r e'E Keystone's Junior Women's Club,
E which sponsors the event each,'ear '
vd said she was well pleased with the tur. rici I f' ?
nout and the weather. ,* (
t v ('1 ttr "I'm pleased to see that we have so
f much support for the festival*!she
said. "The weather was hot until the
aftrenoon but we had more artists M5
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than ever and a great crowd. r
One of the highlights of the day is ti4f. _
always the awarding of the prizes for
i1 ry
vc.rna .at the most outstanding works of.'the f. ,
9 I show in various categories. '' "/
This year was no exception as Interest -
was high in the judge's selec
tions. A total of $1,000 in prize money
,1 $ Qi, was awarded with the craft
tt' catagories being divided into sub-
groups to allow for four first.place
winners.
A The "Best of the Show" prize wentto
it Joanne Caldwell, a painter who
'I specializes in acrylics. Her brightly '-
r r i1' colored realistic designs were widely Surrounded...
r commented on by the judges,drawing
1I k-: ;" special attention was "The Shirley Daty from Georgetown is surrounded by her I
I 4 Typewriter", and ultra-realistic pain- creations.composition dolls of her own design which werea
ting that almost seemed to leap out of big hit at the arts festival.of .
the canvas. Her works were markedby
( : : extreme clarity and highlighted by Hastings and Dragatine Mamich York last year and I was hooked on Sales are one aspect of the festival
i .4 i an obvious attention to detail.- '", Jacksonville. Keystone's Meg Keeler the type of scenes when I got back and that is often overlooked as many of
a In the Oil painting category, Mary received an Honorable Mentionshetook began to paint." the artists receive precious exposureto
t 0 Woodward of Keystone Heights won a first place last year,) as did In the Watercolor division of the the art buying public in the span of
first place for a series of paintings Francis Moore of Hawthorne. painting displays Hercel Stallard of just one day that months in their
/ which resembled some of the old Moore exhibited an interesting Jacksonville captured first place witha private studios can't match. Sales at
: masters in attention to detail and "primative" style with several eye- breathtaking display" nature this annual event are usually brisk
: realism, both in the subject matter catching works of an unusual nature. scenes in this delicate, and hard to and may people take home informa-
and in the obvious skill of execution in "This is something I got into just work with medium. Stallard's depic- tion on the artists that can lead to
the works.Jane Hunter of Gainesvilletook recently," Moore said. "I was Inspired tion's of waterfalls, fog-shrouded,
second place and there was a tie by some images of Africa I had mysterious valleys,and sunset scenes See
for third place between Shirley Stone seen in a traveling exhibit in New drew many comments, and sales. page eight

Welcome...
To the Keystone Heights Arts Festival where more artists than ever over
100, came to enjoy the sunshine and show off their creations to the public

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LUU Erie Samuel Altmaa second from left, is delighted with Gator );
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DavW and Janice Nichols Browning (Miss U-Co. High 1950) both '. Starke. Florida 32091
graduated from Union County High and the University of Florida, and are a (904) 964.7050 ,"
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Three WrecksIn Prison was$150,according to Trooper Walter Martin of Starke was traveling bar to pull the lock off of the freezer SecondPot Charge Woman Arrested
Kenneth Ethridge. north on US-301 and struck a parked door. Against Brooker Man Aggravated Hat tery
Front Of BUS
vehicle in the rear. Food valued at$350 was taken from
Friday afternoon it seemed to be Traffic ViolationsDavid The parked vehicle a 1982 Ford the freezer at that time. Kenneth J. Young, 35, was charged Sandra Yvonne Rlsby,24,of Starke,
dangerous to be on US-301 in front of Jones, 58, was arrested and I pickup belonged to Douglas Hardy Terry Bell, 21, of Starke was arrested with manufacturing cannabis (count was arrested September 4 and charged
Bradford High School, even a parked charged with driving while his license received approximately $300 damage on September 3 and chargedwith two) September 1, according to In with aggravated battery.
vehicle wasn't safe. was suspended on September 1. in the September 3 accident. burglary-grand theft. Moat of the vestigator Don Denton. Risby alledgedly stabbed Ida
The first accident at 1:29: pm. Bond was set at $200, according to Damge to the 1978 Ford was $700, food was recovered at the Bradford Young was arrested in June for Griner in the left arm during a fight,
totalled 1973 Chevrolet belonging to Trooper B. A. Williams. according to Lt. Lane Sibley Motel in Starke. growing marijuana at his residence in according to Lt. Eston Mosher.
James P. Suford of Lawtey, accor Jones was released under a surety Bell was placed In the Bradford Brooker he was charged with possession After posting a$1,000 property bond
ding to LA. Lane Sibley. bond. Woman ArrestedOn County Jail. Bond was set at$2,500 on of cannabis at that time. J1e was Rlsby was released from the Brad-
Steven George Kruse, 24, of Two Charges each charge. released on his own recognizanceunder ford County Jail.
Mulberry was cited for careless driv Lloyd Aldo Raines, 47, of Green According to Investigator Steve a$5,000 bond. Arrested :
ing when he ran the 1978 Ford he was Cove Springs was arrested and charged Vivian Delores Burch, 31, was arrested Backus,, an additional arrest is expected Bond was set at$1,000 for count two Man r
driving into the parked Chevrolet. with driving while Intoxicated and charged with grand theft in the burglary. and Young was released on his own On Two ChargesCharles
Damage to the Ford was$2,000, in the September 2. and violation of probation on recognizance. I
September 5. L. McCullough, 39,was arrested -
Sept. 3 accident. Raines was released under a $300 Burch stole Car Burns September 2 and charged with t
alledegedly wallet
At 3:37 p.m. Marvin Covington of cash bond,according the Deputy Lee. a FSP Inmate EscapesIs and
intoxication l
containing from Edward Lee disorderly resisting
money ,
Starke was stopped to make a left On CR-125
turn from US-301 when he was struck Olin Stafford Waldron, 32, was ar according to Investigator Steve RecapturedA and opposing an officer. I
Backus. A 1979 Dodge parked by the County Bond was set at $100 on each
Florida inmate left
by a 1963 Mack truck. rested and charged with driving while State Prison
Bond for the grand theft charge Line Bridge on CR-125 had fire com charge, according to Assistant Mar.
was
Damage to the Ford was $500, ac Intoxicated on September 4, accor the post treatment plant where he
set at$2,000.There was bond the ing from the dash according to shall A. McCleod. McCullough was I
no
cording to Lt. Lane Sibley. There was ding to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. on was assigned on September 3 at 8:30:
violation of probation Burch witnesses. Before could arrive released on his own recognizance
listed the truck driven charge. help be 3:10
no damage to Bond was set at $300, Waldron was burned a.m. only to recaptured at
remains confined to the Bradford the vehicle had through out.
Andrew of Lake
by Maxie Padgett released on his own recognizance. p.m. the same day.
Geneva. County Jail.Arrests. Damage to the vehicle was $4,000, Inmate Lywood Scott Douglas, ser- !
The third accident was a hit and run Richard E. Sackett of Dolphin, Ala. For DI according driver to Trooper of the D. C. Roberts. ving a three-year sentence for auto Seepage six
The vehicle
vehicle to Jimmy theft from found I
of a parked belonging was arrested and charged with driving Bevard County, was
Jacksonville
Marilyn Cason of Lake City. The 1980 while intoxicated on US-301 five Terry Bell, 25, and Ray Thomas Tanner of was away four miles from the plant in a wooded E
the vehicle
from at the time of the
Volkswagon was hit by an unknown miles south of Starke on September 7. Bell, 21, of Starke were arrested area on SK-199, according to
vehicle causing $200 damage, according According to Trooper B. A. September 2 at the Bradford Motel fire. Superintendent Richard Dugger.
to Lt. Sibley.Fender Williams bond was set at $300. and charged with disorderly intoxica
tion. Bond was set at $100, accordingto
BendersMable Hugh Jerry Burnette of Green Cove Patrolman Jerry Miller.
Alice Cliff driving a 1982 Springs was arrested and charged Both of the Bell's were released on
Oldsmobile of Jacksonville was with driving while intoxicated their own recognizance. DRAWDYThanks
traveling south on Church Street and September 8. h
pulled out in front of a 1976 Toyota Burnette was arrested on US-301,
travelling on Call Street. The Toyota according to Patrolman E. D. Burglary SolvedAt
struck the Oldsmobile on the right Phillips. lie was released on a $300 Kentucky Fried
front fender, in the September 3 accident cash bond. ChickenOn

Parked Vehicle
Damage to the Toyota driven by September 2 a storage unit at
Franklin Glenn Mock of San Antoniowas Struck On US-310 Kentucky Fried Chicken in Starke
$100. Damage to the Oldsmobilewas was entered by someone using a pry
$150,according to Assistant Chief A 1978 Ford driven by Terrance

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van, parked and unoccupied to everyone who voted in the Primary Electionon
belonging to Peggy Stanwix-Hay of r OPEN 8-5:30: Mon.-Fri. 8-12 Sat.
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Hampton, was struck by a vehicle
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September 3. Hwy. 301 -407 N. Temple Ave.
The 1982 Dodge van was parked on Starke, Florida
Thompson St. when it was struck on
the left rear fender. The hit and run We Install and Check
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lot at Jessie's Lounge in Starke. The and voted for
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'Jr> ,ar J: 0 gy \lark Fr/edlln/ can save quite a few people in this dealers in ,Gainesville and Jacksonville i in offices and restaurants and hotels
BCT Staff Writer area some good<< money. Which who have used cars with rippedor and motels as well.
I everybody sure needs to do 4aw0
right now torn seats
fiin[,.. the.Thre'Starke a unique new business In with the economy! the shape it is," These car; seat repairs are"a snap" Repairs on furniture c an be done w''+sw
area that could save many Teresa Is in the process of studying according to Steve and can, be accomplished in the home by the Mogans by
...', ,., people' some money in furniture' the techniques Of upholstry as well so 'right"on the premises, The Morgans give free appointment -
-' HJ repairs. the shop can become a'' tonestop"shopTor which also saves quite'a bit of money.No estimates and are certified and
Steve
and Teresa Morgan began local customers. job in vinyl Js considered to schooiecKnot through corespondence ,
repairing in vinyl in household furnitureand The Morgans have gotten manv tough for the pair, including cars, courses, they hasten to add,) and are
1974 and established have recently restaurants opened back up in anew customers tronV the assorted car; autos motrqcycle seats, furnishings certified in all phases of vinyl repair. 0 I

shop on Hwy 301 just south of the !o,
'LC Starke Drive-In.
rfi; /. The, two have prospered In their
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...:,, Gainesville and Jackyonville. ,;
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Teresa said as she worked on a small
repair Job in the shop. "We refurbished
a padded bar for them and they
L.were really pleased with the work.
They should be because the job probably
saved them hundreds of .raictt
dollars"Many j jf jtl
people who have vinyl fur-
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-ped or torn in the course of every day -
...;::rM:,<; wear and tear. The Morgan's process : t t
ma'y' leaves a patch that blends into the I Iik w"1
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:j=:SrY "No patch is invisible," Teresa '++ any
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::;: Teresa, who originally lived in
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business from her parents when they
retired and her husband Steve, who + J,
comes from West Palm Beach.
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steps. The grain matching procedureis Y t
one of the most difficult and it is accomplished ,
with a heat gun that ,
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degrees to fuse the patching materialto Husband and :1 : _
Wife team...
the fabric. This husband and wife team has a unique new business ,--*
"The alternative to repair on most repairing vinyl in all sorts of items including furniture, car
furniture is a complete reupholster- and motorcycle seats and everything else that has the The hot point... Teresa Morgan has to watch her step as she completesthe
ln( job," Steve said. "So we think we material in it. vinyl repair
process in her new shop.

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Introducing. ... BradfordArts Festival features talented artists tl

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It's September and that means the will be free, full dinners and year. Most of the displays will be set needlework, ceramics, macrame,
2nd Annual Indian Summer Arts and refreshments will be available, and up undercover in the Fair buildingsbut jewelry, pottery, basketry, stained
Crafts Festival is not far off. CAC club members are expecting a a limited number of outside glass, etc.) and 2-dimensional
DD The Community Action Club of bigger and better show the second spaces are also available by request.Of (paintings, oils, watercolers, sketches -
sgl Bradford County sponsors the Indian time around. Also, Gainesville's the 39 artists 43 spaces photography, etc.receiving
Summer show and has set the last folksinging couple Dale and Linda presently entered 17 are returnees $100 cash and a plaque.In .
Single Vision. Sph. weekend of September- and Satur- Crider, will perform songs and tales and 22 are new and Randy Jones of each category two $50 awards of
r ; (Hard Lenses Reg. 125.00 Soft Lenses Reg. 150.00)It's ) day, Sept. 25, this year- as the date about nature and folklore from noon the local club said entry pictures of distinction prizes will be passed out,
for the annual show at the Bradford to 2 p.m. the new material promises some extra plus 5 honorable mention ribbons in
A Fact, We Can Save You Moijey! County Fairgrounds. Last year's inaugural show drew 50 treats for buyers and viewers. both 3-D and 2D.
} Exhibits will be on display for exhibitors but the Community Action Artists from all over the northern Entry cost was $15 before August 31
public browsing and purchase from 10 Club expects to have over that, a half of Florida and south Georgia for both juried and non-juried ex-
a.m. to 5 p.m."on.the 25th. Admission minimum of 60 exhibit booths this have entered and local exhibitors in- hibits, and $20 after that date. Artists
LOCATED AT: :_ _._ =. clude basketweavcr George Ann Horton interested in 'entering should send :3
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:r.;V' 964-8588 '. Remodeling porcelain and silk dollmaker Faye for non-juried exhibits.
Crouse of Lawtey, and Ermie and Send all entries to: Indian Summer
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Windshields Broken
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By Concrete Block

$500 RewardArrest Windshields on vehicles at several t
'
businesses on the corner of US-301
and CR-100 were the victims of an at
tack by someone wielding a concrete '
block. .

Broken windshields included a 2-ton

& Conviction of truck valued at $400 on Terwillegar 1 1 t
personor Ford lot as well as the windshields of I

three new pickup trucks. Danugewas c

persons responsible for the listed as $750 to the.windshields of
the new trucks.

theft of material on job sightin ing The to windshield Hurst's Shell of a wrecker Service belong-Station

was broken, damage $350. Two
LakeWood Sub Crosby vehicles parked at Hurst's also' suf
fered broken windshields. Damage to
the vehicles was $450.

Lake. The windshield of a van parked at
Sonny's Bar-B-Que was also broken.
Damage $250.
Contact The investigation Into the criminal

I mischief is continuing, according to

Steve Hayes Builder, Inc. 1 Lane Investigator Sibley.Starke. Steve Backus and Lt.


9646211All
Man Receives

Sentence For
Information Kept Confidential Rape

Reginald Anthony Ward, 26, of .
Starke, was sentenced September 7 to .

terms two consecutive for sexual 199-year battery prison and Smashed... Carl Hurst stands beside one of the vandalized cars

burglary.Circuit.
Court Judge Wayne Carlisle
ordered the sentences for Reggie
TheMeat
Ward,who had pled guilty to burglaryof

a dwelling and guilty to sexual bat- Searcy. Bond was set at $250. FLORIDA !
tery by force in July Judge Carlisle Crawford was released under a One vehicle a 1981 Mazda received
retained jurisdiction over the first cash bond. Baker was released under $200 damage. THEATRE :
third of Ward's sentence. his own recognizance. The juveniles were released in the

Store Ward broke into the residence of a Gregory Faulkner 23, was also arrested custody of their parents. Starke 964-5451 :

Starke woman earlier this year wherehe according to Lt. Eston Mosher.
105 Edwards Road, Starke Across from Bradford Square beat, raped and robbed her. The Faulkner was charged with disorder. Sentence ReceivedIn OPEN 3 DAYS
trial was scheduled for July 27 but ly intoxication. Circuit Court

Fnjih HomtnudsSAUSAGE Ward pled guilty while the ury was Faulkner was released on a $50 Fri.. Sat., Sun.
$..1.19 awaiting the start of the trial. Tommy Outlaw, :27, of Hamptonwas
. . . . . . .LII. cash bond. sentenced to five years probationin
USDA Cholcf Beef Two Car AccidentOn Johnson's StoreBurglarized each of three cases of forgery, to Harrison Ford In


Short Ribs. . . ..' . .Lb.$ 1.39 US-301 Again run concurrently.Outlaw was arrested. in April of this
Doris A. Meadows of Gainesvillewas Johnson's Farm Supply on SR-16 year and charged with several STAR WARS

t Smoked cited for careless driving after was burglarized September 6 by someone forgery and uttering a forgery
.Lb.99C her pickup struck a vehicle in the rear screwdriver knife to charges.In .
Picnics a
j . . . , .', . September 1 on US301.A gain entry.using Johnson's was or burglarized June, prior to the trial date 301 DRIVEINOPEN
I USDA 1980 Oldsmobile and the pickupwere earlier this year. Outlaw changed his plea to guilty of
I Choice-Delmonlco
I $ traveling north on US-301. The Food, meat and candy valued at forgery, the sentencing was 4 DAYS

Steaks. . . . . . . Lb. 2.29 Oldsmobile, driven by Carolyn $210 was taken from the store September 7 1 by Judge Wayne Carlisle -
Canova, had slowed, then stopped to sometime during the evening or early Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon.
USDA Choice N.Y. Strip turn left into the courthouse parking morning hours. ,

Steaks $ 2.19 area. The pickup struck the The investigation into the
burglary
. . .. . . . Lb. Oldsmobile. is
continuing according to Investigator
Fnll Pork Slightly Injured in the accident Steve Backus.
$ were both drivers and a passenger

Steaks. . . . .. . Lb. 1.59 Christine Powers, they were taken to Juveniles Arrested
Bradford County Hospital where they For Rock mowing
Braided TeelPatties were treated and released. PGj I' Omisd Musts
Damage to the pickup was 1800.
1 Of urn 350
. . . . Lb. Damage to the Oldsmobile was$2,100, Five Starke Juveniles were arrested Experience PLUS .
11 according to Patrolman N. Jackson. and charged with criminal mischiefon 5 Step to beauty with
Tuly Pepper to
September 6, according

Steaks. . . . . . 1 Otors350 Three ArrestedIn Patrolman The juveniles Jerry were Miller.throwing rocks For Mary a Kay complimentary Cosmetics. Thank God It's Friday
facial. call collect
Red Hot AffrayStarke and pieces of blocks at passing Diane Taylor

Lb.9 9 police were called to In- vehicles on SR-16. east. .at Old Lawtey. .... .... ... .. ,
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.. ". d .. . vestigate a fight in progress' -.1 V .,.",>1.
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GuiUtion .
) US-301 south.Gordon .. '. .. .' "
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ti Milk . . . . . . Gal. 1.99 Wayne Baker and Ronald / Keystone; I
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RENT FOR SALE
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i OFFICE SPACEfacing LAKE LOT on sand bottomed SERVICES
LOOKING for carpool toGainesville.
Frank lawrtnce Blvd. Next doorto lake In Hillcrest. $800
Andrew Drugs Also down $146.44 per month. CARPENTER WORK .. Working
hours
8 5
y I several larg. offices for Phone 473.4058 or Remodeling work kitchen a.m. p.m. Call
473-2976 after' 7
r S' P t.N rent In rear of building 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 8/3 cabinets, and trim tfnchg 9/9 p.m.;
facing Flamingo. Call tfnchg carpenter. Reasonable.
LPN Private
l 473-3."'. 8/1 tfnchg. BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA prices. Call 473-2477after Duty Nursing InK.y.ton.
L Wl LLIAMis STORE BUILDING!,.ooo.q.ft.In access lots from $3,300, 5:30 p.m 7/1 tfnehg or. outlying area
Monday Friday Feesnegotiable.
front of Keystone Post $500 down, $71.74 per CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Call .
Office on Commercial Circle month. Discount on entire "WORK Building patios, 473-3175.
'up to 3.000 sq.ft. 10 acres. On. waterfront addition, fentbdolrng, :2tehg9/29 1RiptJ9D4cMAKEisrt.eded : I
100% Opposed to ALL suitable for auto repair, lot. Call 4734375. 85Ifnchg home and: Ilet.Wffc.. :'Flee .M' to demonstrate
etc. Call 473.2149 or evening estimates. Phone 473 4473
473.2014. tfnchg 8/5 BOAT--Id1t'Airs'lot. 123 hp. during'doy!?VI <,, ?chg: I tllY_., gifts' .know, flru! I
Gun Control Legislation CATORBONE IAKE3BR.. 1 Evlrirude' Tilt Trailer. Ex: HOUSE CLEANING'Serviceweekly December(?,eft\.own hours
::1 I Flee s<'!r'9)les. No In-
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Bath study, CH/A car cellent condition.A safetyequipped. or .on. time- |obs.References. .1
port. $400/mo. : 110 S3MSO. .'475-1306 4tchg tmtntsepgllectingprdeiriery.! ; I
MOBILRHOME: 3BR, 2 negotiable.. *. 73-J59$...! ,I 37 -411". 2tcjg! I II

Keep Frank Williams working for you Bath 18. CH/A unfurnished$220/mo.SILVER off Hwy WHITE'"IUGLASSplckup'9/29/9 c .LOSTFOUND"MAN'S '. .YARD. "t-I ,. '" I

LAKE ACCESS: 2BR., 1 bed liner and tarp. Fits .. 'WATCHSUNGLASSES .SALE3PAMILYGarage f
21- Democrat Bath, 'furnished CH/A LWB Ford 1980 and I I
House of Representatives District ? 'up ,...It.at.
$2SO/mo. SILVER $250. Call.473-3990. Sale
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L garage ( .Y'9n.-JlrQIch I ) Library. ;
>__EtOEi 1_1EIfAEfBI EfEiOEOEEIE1oBEE1fOBfA WF' LAKE ACCESS: 2Br, 1 Bath 9/9 talf/-Monitor office and Thur., Fri./ and Sot.-,. 10 ;
'furnished CH/A, garage, YAMAHA100 Dirt Bike, with IW.tly.- 7=4.2219't.; ..t a.mj tlltirFurhl. >tu e, I
$250/mo; OFFICE SPACE: helmet, 700 miles, $430. FEMAHPIt. ,Bull Dog': black clothes, -plbnlv:boat and I
[| Union County Adsr I I I At Kystone Center 375 Call Gilbert after five, and whit.,' answers to trailer'miscellaneous'
sq.ft., $160/mo. Keystone 473.4754. 2tchg. 99.916COMMERCIAL name VSophie".t If found Items. SylvojV Way ana*
Heights Realty Inc.. PRO. call .. 'Peck' Bowers, Palmetto. Itchg. 9/2
REALTOR 473-4961 tfnehg PERTYon Lawrence 473-2174. 1 tchgf 4J9" MOVING SALE Fri.', Sat.]
LOST/FOUND PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE SALE 9/9 Blvd., near SR-100-21A PAIR OP GLASSES found at Sun., all day; Furniture,
SERVICESYARD COMPLETELY FUR. intersection. 4-separate Jaycees Softball Tournament baby thing.;tlothlng golf
BEAUTIFUL :3 BEDROOM :3 PULPWOOO EQUIPMENT 64 INCH-- METAL SINKS Base NISIlEDhouse on Spring office complexes; cor- Saturday, Sept. 4. clubs, art work. etc. Fairway .
POUND-LAKESIDE PARK BATH CB/BRICK HOMES Untlooder without shear and sink faucets Includ.d. Lake, 2BR.. A/C, ner lot with entranceson Please contact Terri at and SR-21 So.
SWIMMING AREA Aug. 9, SALE Refrigeratorand Pool landscaped yard Silro saw modle S 46VMon Call 431.1191 after 5pm. $225/mo., $200 deposit. 3 sides of building. 4734961. tfnr ha 9/9 4734712. 1 Itchg 9/2
prescription/ sun glasses. stove, lamp coffeetable outbuilding. with 2.5 Waubetka engine Bar. Itpd 9/9. Call 264-5054 after 6. Owner financed, with CARPORT S All Sat.. 9 ..m.,
Contact Union County and oth.r It.m. 463 ocr... $20,000 down. Co loader Model 120.Tlmberlack 1910 CHEVETTEi.4 speed 30 tfnchg 99Classified low interest rate. Call HELP furniture, .miscellaneous:
Times, 496.2261. TFN 8/19. 5th Av. SW lake But'.r.IIpd financed skidder with 473-4920 473-3411 items. Watch for Rd
Balance owner at mpg. 33.000. 4 door HB, or sign.
4 ) LOSTt Mal. dog P..kapoo 9/9. 10 percent for 15 year.. Esco Model 26 Grapple, clean ,excellent shape, Ads tfnchg 9/9 WANTEDICIENTIfIC 100 between White
r Size white with brown BIG YARD SALES Thursdaythru Additional acreage short wood trailer, 1979 3700. Phone 4962131.Itod PIANO: Fisher upright' Elephant and Gizmo
I I. spots, black mask around Sunday, 3 and 1/2 available Flexible term. Ford pickup 1970 Ford 99.Classified. Get Results needs tuning. In good condition HAIR SALON Invites -' 4751508. Itchg. 9/9
*, left ear flop., right miles north on 121. Follow truck, Farmer Doris stylists and co-stylist
'I .y. All on SR 18 near Wor- and Call $100. You move.
ear stands up. Bushy tail, the signs Itpd 9/9. thington Spring. Phone Dealer Bank. Mr. Howard Ads 473-2210 Call 4734118.: Itpd. 9/9 for an Interview. Position
answers to Fuzzy Call BABYSITTING SERVICE IN 4963625. TFN 7/22. 4962101. I tchq '/2.C"'am. Get Results SOFALike new 8 ft. brown require bask skills In cutting -
E 496-2810. Mr.. Taylor MY HOME For age 18 MISCELLANEOUS.IINOOH.AM'RICAN gold while plaid her- perming, and color. ONLY $500 DOWN I 3 BR.
l 9/9. month and up. Will serve AAAREAL ft as well a* a committment
I tchg. Woodworking Remodeling I culon. $190. Call 468-1297. 1 BA with carport,
lunch and snack also recommend I
preschool ESTATE Will deliver. 1 Itchg. 9/9 to professional $ ,500.
class time each day. home core product.
WANTED AGENCY Kitchen Pointing China Cabinet* SR-21
LEGION MALI.
GRAPESi Large continuous
Call 496-3936 or come by scuppernongandmascadlne Anticipate
Paneling BROOKLYN lAYt 2 BR, 1
Bathroom Sun Deck Public In
First Christian Church Par Ph. 7520477Just Saturdays: p.m. grapes. training and upgradingskills.
Book Shelve Homo Repair Screen Porches vited. 8/5 tfnchg ,BA Cypress Lake cot-
sonage. Ask for Edith. U-Plek. Easy picking.' Open Resume required.
ROOM WANTED TO RENTS 1 Itchg 9/9. Listed ALCOHOLICS every day. Lilly's Vineyard," Please call for Interview tage. Whit. sandy
Preferably with privot..ntronc. (2.S Wooded Acre Mobil Horn Roofs Cool SealedJ. ANONVMOUSt Closed Florahome, 12 miles east oppt.,473-2211 Dorh') Hair beach. Furnished
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Choice location. meeting Monday Bp m. Clinic. tfnehg 9/2 $::4 .5OO
and private bath. INSURANCEMAINES of Keystone Height' on
Must be air .conditioned, Owner financing Open meetings Friday 8 Hwy. 100. Ph. 639.2121. HIGH SCHOOL GIRLwantedto :
t N.smoking whit. male ...II.W.. In Union Co.' R. Batten p.m. Alanon, Monday ap.m. assist In local Outdoor :MOBILE HOME plus 2
INSURANCE AGENCY
,

r All meetings at with acres. 3 large bedroom,
Call 496-2222 and ask for north o10G w.st of Club working
160 S. lake Ave.. LakeButler. Educational Building Com .
2 full bath
CH/A.
louis. Itpd A/19. Swift Creek. Term arenegotiable. HOME REMODELING ft younger children In adventure i
.496-3978. Complete Church 473-2790: (
t .. munity or type program. Sept. 127000. With Owner
Insurance S.rvlc. TFN Phone 944-5227 Free I.tlm.tesDay 413.2130.8/5 tfn chg. [ REPAIR .f .11 king.Room
18. Submit resume of Terms
i REALESTATE -- or NlgM. R.feremc.sAVAILABLE OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS I addition Free '
I qualifications to* P. O. Boll
r 40 Acre uncleeredland. 1 fee [ Estimate. 473-J187.
No dues or weigh-
\ FOR RENTTYPIWRITTERS Fronts on SH-18. John Adam lullde,.. 1283 Keystone Heights., SPRING,,' LAKES 2 BR, 1 BAlake
Ins, meetings Tues '
open '
.. Fl., 32656. Itpd 9/ cottage with 100white
north .f SR-121. Ix day. 7:30 p.m., St. Anne's .
LOOKING FOR a special '
AND AD. HII..., I inv.dntent.roa., Episcopal Church.Keystone sandy beach,
piece of prop.rty If I DING MACHINES FOR AT UNION. CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Heights:. ..1.RtI. .. '."'I, $33.000.

4 dot ask_have.JANE, HI S.find USHER.H-Just RENT Union County Times, 5 Acre Beautiful mobil. Fiscal Assistant. Supervisor J 473.2790 .7/1 tfnehg. Steve BroadwayTREE SER vIcEcT3i11'
85 SW 2nd Av., Lake homo, or homestead liNGO -lions Club' across ACRE ,.WATERFRONT '
REALTOR 496-2126 or Butler Phone 496-2261 for site. One eere cleared. Employment; Criteria. from high school SERVICE I White Sands Lake. Paved
"Your
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t 49 .2903. eves.Realtor' fin more Information. TFN. N..' (.78. US441.SR218. .. Graduation from a Standard High School Included Tuesdays Early' Bird 7'' frontage. 160'-on lake..
i' Union County 10/1. Term .u..I.__'" by a course /In bookkeeping ..rclorlcalntl. p.m.f Regular, 7:30 p.m. Removal f .M. J $34.000 with owner
3/26. RENT TO OWN A N.w .,. ..,.,.nc.l, or reduction. from e Public Invited. 8/9 tin chg., -!t '.r"!'., ,.r' :
REAL ESTATE negotiable
It. FOR NIEDSiCall All YOU V.n.roarown Baldwin Piano of your i_ .......... High School end four year bookkeeping ..rderlcelntln. PUPPIESfree to good home... *. Trimming di'W .' .' (.!;
choke. Parromore Musk. / Three Dobermanplneher / I
If. 496-3022. Sandy Hasen 34 Acre In, Columbia: experience.Apply quarter .
904-732-6776,. Ocalo. 7/8 : (black and tan) 8 1 F .. Estlmaf. HEIGHT
tot KEYSTONE *
Corrl Lenl'i bo dhrldod... .
)If 496-3994 eve or Co. Could 1 tf stile
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tfn old. Call Repair* ,
week 4733970. ,.
Tiffin- and Personnel Manager, ; '
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4963140.
nos Term*.' : 1 t MALTY INC v !
MOBILI NOME 12X701 .3 Union Correctional Institution. ; ltchg99KlTTENSfrea 473-4732 EtatrUi IIFpIIRua.4srylar ;
Inc. Realtor Rt. 2
Owens ServicePer ,
bedroom, 2 full bathroom Notary to good homes.; Realtor; t. f <
.d b ty \Box TW. Loke Butler. FL. nice yard on Hwy: ICO Unto County P.O. lox 121. .Approximately' 2 month After 5 N.M.K ilri111r1 I 417.411 '
8/6. ReSeed! Florida 12081 u; ;
rfnchg. located between Starke John Longford. male and 4 ... OwtB::
\ old, 1 ... Olin '
1 Classified( Ads and Lak. Butler.: Phone Roehor" Assoc" Aft Beuel Oppe $ualty/AMIreMhr. Employer 9/09 Wonderful p.... Call' 1 ........1IIIht fJ_:. v _440 Keystone Lawrence BJvd-v,.: I
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Carters Hwy 239 lawtey TV FOR SALE MOBILE FOR RENT FOR: RENTI PERSONAL PERSONAL

'Ne>w & UexJ HOMES SERVICESBILL'S SERVICES
I.V OALV. ROOFINOt TWO BEDROOM TRAILER ROOM BRICK COTTAGE ,
Color TVsAnt.nnd. 6'.4,13; 7'-4.76s FOR SALE CH/A. Can be seen at Newly renovated Im

8'.3.40,9'-6.03; ; 106.99; Savage Trailer Park SR-16 mal=ulat.. Conveniently SAW SHO,. Complete, 'FLUTE USSONSt now Occsp. rWIlJ'ODrIC -

Spec In receiving ir-7.62; 12'-8,26. Wmonufadur. 2.0 Doublewlde Mobile W or call Bobby Zoltowskl;, located for elderly couple sharpening service, Circular ling beginning Intermediate ( { i'JlE1'

Channel's 30 8 47 t Call ..Jacksonville. Home with 4 tn air conditioning 964-8382 between 4:30 andS at 571 W. Call St..$22$ per ,hand. 'carbide, and advanced ; !
782-3577 1-BOO-342-2702.: toll fr..tfn unit. $2,500 down p.", 9/02 2tchg 9/09 mo One yrs. lease chain mower blade hollow students for fall term. Exp ; REALTY

THREE ITEMS and take over payments, TWO BEDROOM MOBILE 9646491. 8/05 tin ground and balanced teacher with cla..lcal.lon| ,
Mod.rn Malnd
'.. 9 em 7 pm \\2/ xn stove, 3 yrs.: old. Like new, $193.80 per month. 12 yrs. HOME 1'Vt bath air condi5 ROOM BRICK COTTAGE Leave at Jackson Building and contemporary V ...

$250. Trundl. bed good owelng. 964-7359 or tlonlng. Forsythe Road Newly renovated Immaculate Supply In Starke, Keystone background. Please' call) /
YARD SALE condition $80. Can drink 964.6018.8/12 fin 9648407. $193, first and conveniently Heights' or lake Butler ,,964-7391, (Macs Music ( PHONE 964-7776 lIB \

machine, $200. 9645874. MOBILE HOME 12x60, last plus $50 security located for elderly coupleat TFNchg Shop). Starke to inquire CECILIA
9/02 2tpd9/09 96.4-7611.8/19 tin deposit. Itpd 9/09 571 W. Call St., $225 per ALCOHOLICS 8/19 tfn !Y TElWILUlall 205 N. Temple Starker'BRADFORD

HOUSE Or BARGAINSi _. llVt WOODED ACRES with 14x70 THREE BEDROOM 2 SOUTH OF STARKE Three mth 1 year '.0... ANONYMOUS Phone ,NEED EXTRA MONEY Interviews .
Ing I. Believing' 212 Call pond and septic tank, well bath, 1982 Fleetwood. One bedroom house. Central 9646491. 8/5 tfn 944-5148 or 9647619. are being taken. for '
It.. ..m. to liM and electric pole. Located heat/Air. Florida room lENT A NEW BALDWIN TFchg Call VILLAS offer new concept In lifestyle with low
.'II come see us of p.m.Y 6 mil. East of Keystone year old. Take overpayments two car garage on 4 acres. Plane for your child. Only SEWING MACHINES Avon Representatives. maintenance, charm comfort and quality together with r,
our
7823068.
Ramona
Cropse,
new location. S/I." Heights. 22500. (Partial $3500 down. $350 per mo. 9646727. $22.50 mo. plus small moving energy efficiency.
MOVING ossumable mortgag.). Call Call David or Richard Itpd 9/09 charge. All rent and REPAIRED All makescleaned 8/26 4tchg 9/16 I

until SALE??? Carter Saturday Road 9a.m. Gainesville, 376-6479.9/09 964.6364.9/02 2tpd 909SAVESI.OOO's'Ws ON KINGSLEV! LAKE. Mobile moving expenses appliesto oiled and ad. CARPENTER WORK; roofingand LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE-Cuslom built exclusive. '
2tchg 916ARGENTINA Home; Year Round rental. purchase. Parramore lusted SIS. Work painting. Reasonable showpiece an ac.-S110,000
In .lawtey Furniture
A BAHIA grass A/C; heat No guaranteed, James prices. Free estimates I
WHOLESALE pets. Music Ocala. 732-6776; REAL DEAL Col. James Griffin's "Plnesong" subdivision ,
SS-gal. household aquarium outfit ...d. 9646411. 9/09 fin 4x70$10.000; Deposit required. 2375444. 8/26 tfn Strickland corner Morgan 782.3669.9109 2tchg 9/16 on Wilson Rd. Country privacy yet close to
loyi It.m.. KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR Rd and
roofing PVC Runs 2.41$1..000 533.2366.9/09 fin Hwy 16. TFNchg LOCKSMITHSUROLARALARMS everything. Some lots $4,000. with 29% down for S yrs. at
paper pip. ) good. $100. CHAIN LINK FENCE
TWO Installed.
BEDROOM MOBILE : 24 Mrs. Service.
1-303-365.5709 10% Interest.
and much Call 964.8360 after HELPWANTED
more. Itchg 9/09 6. Itpd
Free
SATURDAY ONLY. 8 am til 9/09 9/0212tchg 11/18 HOME: Partially furnished. estimates Handy. 964-5849. 1520 South HAMPTON LAKE IS EXCITING LIVING 112.S feet 01
12 noon. 809 N. ALICIA HAY. Baling 10th 54 X 10 OLDER MOBILE 719 W Market Rd. Man Fence Co.. owner Walnut St., at the Outfit lake frontage and a superb brick home with 3 BR and 3

Westmoreland St., Stark.. and 11th. Weather per HOME Good condition, 964-7460 or 964.7095.9/09 Tommy Reddish. 9648559. ters. 9/13 fin full baths. Nice dock sprinkler system. Owner financing
1tpd 909TWO mits. $2 In field $2.50 In needs some remodeling 2tchg 9/16 C CRUISE SHIP JOBSI All occupatlons. tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER : GET READY! FOR CHRISTMAS GENEVA LAKE ESTATES-Ent.rtaln friends In good

MILES OUT OF STARKI. barn Call 964.7789 $1.500 or best. offer. TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY Great Income REPAIRi Call Have a House of Lloyd toy taste. Country hospitality will be a pleasure In this charming .
toward Newsome. Slate Rd. 225. Furnished. Monthly. potential. For information the Office Shop, 110 W. party. Free merchandise.Call 3
Camp Blandlng to 468-1932 anytime. Need to 782-3458 BR 2 BA home with flr.ploc..lorg. screened porch
20th Ave. Itchg 909PROFESSIONAL or7823949. Itpd call 312-741-9780 Dept. Call St., Starke, for details. anytime, Slarke and
left
turn to 12th sell. Itpd 9/09 9/09 garage, storage building fenced garden and many extree
DRUM SET '
Phone call
left. Right hand .Id., with OLD BUT NICE!: Mobile TWO BEDROOM TRAILER 2120. refun 964-3764. tfn surrounding areas, .
Llllg.on.ymbols, plusa
9646365. Thurt. a Fri. Itpd few extras, $45. Call home, 8x30 completebathroom Furnished $165 month, PART dable.TIME 9/02 2tpd RADIOLOGIST 9/09 GLASS CUT TO ORDER 431-1920 or 9646279. 9/02 SIMPLE ELEGANCE-Colonlal brick with bay windowson
9/09 tub and Doors windows, etc. 4tchg 923SEAMSTRESS 1.7 ac. Club. Assum. $39,400 at
4681199. Itpd 9/09 and $35 deposit 782.3332 technician experiencedand near Country mtg.
SLEEPER SOFA King size shower. One bedroom or 7823296. Itchg 9/09 curr.nt Florida license JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY wants alterations "A". apprex. 2353 sq. ft. A fine value at SeS.OOO.
couch table, chairs; chest $1800. Call Ace, 46S-1000.. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTfor required. Phone 964-6000 9646078. Orders also dressmaking FOR THE! DISCRIMINATING acres of prim. Bradford I
Motorcycle stereos, double bed, baby Itchg 9/09 rent 964.6784.9/09 tIn ext. 141 for appointment. taken In Lake BUtler gown., all types sewing, County farm property In the heart of strawberry d
bed 9646743. Itpd 9/09 SIX LARGE ROOMS BATH 9/02 2tchg 9/09 496-3079 and Keystone experienced. Starke, country on Rd. 225. A neat CI home with pecan trees and
M7 SUZUKI lOOl 2300 TENT TRAILER Sleeps 4, Ie.ch..t. apartment with stove and Heights, 473.4973.2/26 fin 964.4068.9/02 2tpd 9/09' azaleas
ELDERLY LADY to live In and
mil... $495. Call.73-22I.. stove, sink new CARS
Heated BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK .
refrigerator. by KINGSLEY LAKE .What Brick
care for elderly lady. more can you soy
5/20 tin canvas, $975. See at 715
Walnut St. 9/09 2tchg 9/16 TRUCKS floor furnace and large air Room board and salary. SERVICE Bradford County SUNSHINE MOTEL duplex 1600 sq. ft. approx. 90* on the water. Could easilybe
AIR COMPRESSORS 20 conditioner. No pets. $200 719 W. Market Road residential pump-outs,. 1100 t.A". made Into one home.
pet.
WANTED off through September. SURPLUS JEEPS Cars and per mo., and $75 security': Slarke' 964-7460 or $50. We also re-lay drain UNDER 1300 SEARING STi Attractive, 3 BR, 2 BA. New carpet
Starke Power Equipment trucks available, many sell deposit. Call 964-8071. 9647095. 9/02 2tchg 9/09 lines. Phone 964-8121 NEW! """ANAG'MENT throughout. $43,300. Owner financing.
322 S. Walnut St. 9648568. for under $200. Call Itpd 909MOBILE 1ABYSITTER to come to 5/28 HnchgPROFESSIONAL Color TV Air Cend. BEDFORD-Owner financing at 12 3/4% for well) ij
AXLES TIRES. 2 axle + 4tir. 9/09 4tchg 9/30 312.7 2.11.3. ext. 609 for HOME FOR RENT home. 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Car Cleaning low Weekly RatesRealtor maintained home. $55.000 with S20.0OO down.
... W. pickup $100; TWO DOGSi On. hound and information on how to pur located In middle of Griff to take care of 6-month old Service. Cleaned, "I...,.n.ee N.jzizeicA. INVESTMENT 301.7 and 1 301,
You deliver, $125. Olin. bluetick 50 loop. Just south of old .._",..- apartments cottage on
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one gal. .. 8/12 4tpd EOW 9/23 baby. Pays well. Call washed, vacuumed $75,000; store on 301, $30,000; home 321 Clark St.
Mobil. Home Sol., Hwy. cylinder 4734310. Itpd 1 1912 FORD EXP. Every option farm house. Coll 4682374after before 1. p.m. 964-4104. sanitized and deodorized. S2S.OOO.
100 W Stark. 9645606. available. Still underwarranty. 6 p.m. 1 tchg 9/09
NORWEGIAN PUPS Without 1lchg909IN $7.00, pickup and FIVE OAKS NEAR COUNTRY ClUB-Attractlve brick 3
TFchg ,$65. 964.5056. tpd Small equity and TWO ROOM KITCHENETTE LPN, EMT Part time delivered or place,
PRESSMAKINO, alterations, pap' Wall to wall carpeting, and your ( BR, 2 BA, living room, dining room family room with
take Ph. with national corn-
TWO YOUNG COWS with over payments. position Call 964-7226 ask for Den
and fan. enclosed
fireplace telling Rang., refrlg.,
all utilities furnished
and mending of all kind.
calves by the side. One 9644181. Itpd 9/09 pony performing life Insurance nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY
Quality work. 9648591. 9647184.909 tin :garage.; Assumable mtg. B 3/4% mtg. Owner will take
young bull for sale. 74 CUTLASS SUPREME physicals In Stark. HAIRDESIGNERS
Itchg 9/09 9647244. tpd 9/09 OLDS Runs good auto.. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE area. Call insures, s zl4fi second. Total price $51,6001
HOME. Couple only. No 11'/% ASSUMABLE MTG.. Beautiful brick home with
DOBERMAN PINCHER Pup PS; PB; AC works. AM/FM. 9043965880. Itchg 9/09 /
LOSTFOUNDLONOI 8'/i mos American Kennel silver and block Coll pets, no children. Phone MEDICAL RECORD TRANSCRIPTIONIST 144 W. Call St. B acres. Apprax. 2(00 sq. ft. $108.000 ($5,500 with mtg.).

Club Reg. Some obedience 782-3943 after 6 p.m. 9/09 964-7619 or 964-8614.1 tchg : Good salary 944-7303 Old Lawtey P.O. VERSATILEFrame! home, 1900 sq. ft. with detached

cia.... Good natured. 2tchg 9/16 9/09 and benefits. Immediate Open $12,000 DW M.H. 1 garage; rental ham., 92S sq. ft.f I .trailer spaces (4
FEMALE Trainable dog. 9645972. 1977 MOB CONVERTIBLE FURNISHED APARTMENT. opening. Call or come see T.W.F. 9 til 5:30 ac.. on hookups) and 4 acres. $78.000.
e 6
COCKAPOOl lost on COWS FOR SALE. Three Good condition. AM/FM Three large rooms. Some Vanessa Lee, Personnel Thu.. 11 AM til 7 PM $26,500. ac. NEAT 2 BR FRAME HOME. town with screened front
August 21 at McDonald's InStark. cow. with calves; three 8-track overdrive, white utilities furnished. Prefer Bradford Hospital Sat. AM tll 3 PM all.$10,500. Owner fin. on porch. See to appreciate. $24,000.

.. Stayed. Answered steers; one heifer. Approx. with black racing stripes. one middle age working 964.6000.9/09 tfn AppointmentsNot PRETTY WOODED LOT- Bessent Road Country Club>>
to nom. of Clnda Lou. If 1 % year. old. $3500. 964-3496 person. Phone 9645464.. MUSICIAN WOULD LIKE to Always Necessary COMMERCIAL Geneva lake Estates Geneva Creek Five Oaks' .
found call 463-2030. 9/02 9645772. 1 tchg 9/09 (evenings). Itchg 9/09 9/09 tfn form country rock band. 1/7 tfn RESIDENTIAL Crystal Lake Homesites.

4tchg 923FOUND COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES each PEEPS CARS, TRUCKS under THREE BEDROOM, 2 BATH, All Interested musicians ACREAGE PRICE REDUCED! Enloy 1I..lngln one of the most convenient
males $100 ,
Four or
: FEMALE WALKER will trod.for shot $100 available at local carpeted home for rent apply. P. O. Box 1318 PROFESSIONAL dressmaking 904 / 782.3931 locations town. ....nt Rd Corner lot. 3 BR, 2 2
hound between Brooker gun gunco.e $275 mo., first last and have beautiful clothes
Fl/
or china cabinet. Call gov't. sale In your area. Starke, 32091. 9/09 2tpd 904 I 782-3896 MOM BA CH/A.
and Lake Butler. TattooedIn security deposit 964-5049 made to fit Call
Call (refundable) 9/16 lust| you.
964-5452 anytime. Itchg MAKE TIME FOR AN OLDTIMER-Th. Pownoll home at
both Call Bobby between 5. 7.p.m. Itpd 9/09 P.O. Drawer/'M"
r. ext.5121 964.7600 ext. 261.
1-714-569-0241 :
KIMBALL UPRIGHT NO. 717 W. Cypress. 4 BR, 2 BA with two beautiful lots.
Jon., 485.1537. 9/09 .Goad..condition.. $30 :. for directory-! how top COZY.9/09 IA CB home HOMES:..r 1sPd .. ... ... .. ?. 301 S. Lawtey COULD BE SUBDIVIDED OCNS en 230A and
2tcho 9/16 BRyl:
7 h2.: hr 7093i
Call 964.6337, after 5
FIRM. near schools. New F/Free FOR SALEIV WllsonRd.SII,700.CONNERLY .
p.m. 9/09 2tpd 9/16 '77 CAPRI GHIA Four speed. ESTATES old brick home. Total
BUSINESS refrlg., A/C; dining room, yr.
PEAS FOR SALEs U-PIck or A/C. Excellent condition.
living room with fireplace. privacy on one landscaped acre. 3 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace,
OPPORTUNITIES we pick, 964.8846 after Sp.m. 2500. Call 9645520. Itpd OWNER 3 bdrm, 1 ath, GOOD LOCATIONNice
9/09 Attached workshop. $275 telling. fane, refrlg.. stove, D/W, drop., carpet.
Itchg 1973 OLDS New tires. $500. :per mo. Phone 964-6968 !LR, den eat-In kit., sprinkler systems. Patio around "An Old Oak Tree."
RABBITS For meat.
SSO.OOO-SM.OOO PER YEAR Lawrence Meng pets or 7 miles Call 782-3239. 9/09 2tpd weekends. 9/09 fin Mother-in-law or guest lot three bedroom IVi. bath block home. 3 LAKE BUTLER-Brick home with approx. 2 acres In e:...

Ar. you bored with your south of. Stark., 468-1915. 1975 PINTO Hard top; NEWLY! PAINTED three house. 100180; lot. Central heat and air. Highway frontage. Shad. trees cellent location. Enclosed garage also 20x40 carport ft
|lob?Are you tired of workIng 4-speed; new tires; good bedroom country home. Cypress Ave, Crystal lake and much more. Reduced to $42.000 with good workshop $20,000 down with owner financing.
for the oth.r man? National FOR SALE body and motor. Call Dishwasher,. stove and Homesites. Price firm assumable mortgage.Must 30 ACRES 301 ft MORGAN RD-Unllmlted possibilities
company based In 964-6263 anytime. Itchg refrlg. $265 month ft $50 $34,000. 964-7187 after 5 See to Appreciate Owner financing.

Lexington Ky.. I. lookingfor USED ALUMINUM PLATES '1977 CHEVY MALIBU security deposit. 782.3296 p.m. and weekends. Lak.
qualified part-tim. and 2..36".25 cents each. Us-, WAGON. ((9)) New tires and or 7823332. Itpd 9/09 Access. Lucille Spry, Associate

full-tim. distributors In 'ed In printing newspaper. brakes. AM/FM stereo; THREE BEDROOM IN COUNTRY $.E. GAINESVILLE: Three 964-1420 'Classified Ads BRADFORDGet
four-county area. Investment Great for minor repair tape; 'luggage rock. One bath. Two miles bedroom house. Concrete ERA Faulkner Realty Realtor Results
covered by Inven (ob.. Bradford County 2700. Call 964-4092. out. 964-6363 if no block with chain link fence 4OeS COUNTY
Phon. Telegraph. 964-elOa. tfn 9/09 'answer ring 10 times. Itpd lot. TELEGRAPH
tory. on corner Resume mortgage _... .
l-BOO-354'9394. 9/02 3tchg CARPET. NEW ft USEDi Fur. 9/09. at 8V4 cent will, 964-6305
per -
.' .... appliances. ''S BR, 2V BATHs, large
"Itu..
'l16 IKE'S SAW consider In vklnl-
OWN<*,'V6UlP" WN"jec.n.Sportswear Plumb fixtures and pipes. I master BR, den with property Classified Ads HId.-A-Way Special .
; Infant. BARGAIN ,CENTER, US-301 'ft MOWER SHOP fireplace separate dining ty of Stark.for equity.R,1. Get Results 3.40 acres with 12* S mobile home and a 12x65 wood ,.
Hall) Fl. Ph.
r.t..n or ladles apparel So., 964.6619.2/S tfn (S. Walnut-Acrgss from room and living room Lawtey, frame addition pole barn, fenced and crossed fenced
'Store. Offering' Oil 'nationally DO-DROP.IN BARGAIN I, Shuford Chevron) large kitchen with bar and 782.3239.9109 4tpd 9/30 $26,800, with good financing.In VACUUM
'. known brand. HOUSEt 301 South. I SALES SERVICE, dishwasher hugh shaded Blot f OWNER Will rent with Th.Country
-.uch 'a."',Jordach';" Chtch 9646740. We buy and sell Chain( Saw., ftt LawnMowers with plenty of pecan option to buy.$275 per mo. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath on comer lot of eV4 acres Small wm:

Pt... 'lev';:' VanderKllt. used .furniture_ and, ap trees.$350 plus deposit by ''and $100 damage deposit. I WANTED: pole barn trailer hook-up. $42.500. NEW & USEDWe
Calvin Klein Wrangler ... 8/13 tin'IECONDIT10NED i 1| appointment 7823741. 2 bedroom 1 bath living Many Extra.
Finance Our Own
TVS Colors room kitchen and dining 'Calh"Avallabl. Three
over 200 other- brand. bedroom 2 bath'w/freplace( screened patio
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flowers donations may be made 'to charge of arrangements. Survivors Inoluda! her :._::......:. N. ::::!:"* w** In charge'''ofl.ar- '" Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. In- ;.
Barbara Ann AndrewsMrs. the Leukemia Foundation. A. "Alex" Gaunt, Sr. of Keystone rangements. ez Metz. Rosenburg of Atlanta; twojit"1 .,
Elizabeth M. Pater., Heights; one son, R. A. Gaunt, Jr. of ...! Mrs. Henrietta Hewitt and
Barbara Ann Andrews. 34, of William Hogan Smith. ,; Jacksonville; one brother William J. Arthur N, Rosenburg Mrs. Estellu McDowell, both of 1 i
Lake Butler died Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Elizabeth May Pater,!9S, of Callaway of Mariannn- one sister, Valdosta; one brother, Raford Rosen-
Aug. 31 in North Florida Regional William Hogan Smith, 83 of Starke Nelson's Point In Keystone Bradford Mrs. EloIse C. Smith of Marlanna Mr. Arthur N. Rosenburg 71, of burg of Warner Robins Ga.
Hospital, after an extended illness. died Monday morning Sept. 6. in died Thursday, Sept. 2. In three grandchildren and severalnieces Atlanta,Ga.died Sunday night alter a Services were held Wednesday
r Born in Oklahoma Mrs. Andrews Bradford County Hospital following a County Hospital following a long il- and nephews. brief illness. afternoon at 4:30: p.m. in Dekle
moved to Lake Butler three years ago long illness. lness. Cemetery with Rev. Melvin Owen of-
F from Plant City Florida and was a Born in Hawthorne Mr.Smith moved Graveside services were held at Born in Lake Butler, He moved to ficiating. Burial was under the direction
legal secretary. Mrs. Andrews was a to the Starke area over 65 years Born In Stroke-on-Trent England, 2:00: p.m., Tuesday Sept. 7, in Valdosta, Ga. where he has resided of Archer Funeral. Home of Lak
member of the Lake Butler Church of ago. Mr. Smith was a retired rancher Mrs. Pater moved to Keystone Keystone Heights emetery! with until moving to Atlanta 15 years ago Butler.
Christ. and a member of the First United Heights 15 years ago from New Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin officiating. He was a building contractor and at-
R, Survivors include her husband Methodist Church.Mr. Jersey. She was a member of the Jones Funeral Horn of K>vRton,. tended the Baptist Church.
John W. Andrews of Lake Butler; one Smith was a large landowner in Keystone Heights Community "
) daughter Pamala Jo Andrews and Bradford County and at one time was Church.
one son, William Lunn Andrews, both elected to the County Commission, + I wish to thank all the people in
of Lake Butler; her parents Mr. and but resigned after serving several Survivors include one son Daniel .Ai
Mrs. Ray Hawks of Mt. Airy, N.C.; months. M. Pater Jr. of Keystone Heights; District 21 for the fine vote i
two sisters Kathryn Richmond of Survivors include three daughters one daughter Mrs. Elizabeth P. Blumof '
Denver Colorado and Linda Echols of Mrs. Doshia Brown and Mrs. JoAnn Cedar Grove, N. J.; six grand /Wi received. in Tuesday's primary.
Oklahoma City, OK.; maternal Rowe both of Sanford Fla. and Mrs.Mural children and two great. ., ."
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ryder of Bradenton Fl.; three grandchildren. I commend Mr. Johnson and Mr.
Ballinger of Sandsprings Okla., and sons, Lewis and Harold Smith both of
her paternal grandmother Mrs. Nell Starke and Tom Smith of Miami, Services were held at 1:00 p.m., Mills for the fine and
Frost of Mt. Airy N.C. Fla.; one sister, Mrs. Bessie Oldhamof Monday Sept. 6, in the Community race they ran
Services were held Thursday, Sept. Jacksonville; 18 grandchildren and Church with Kev. Buddy C. Friedlin
2, at 4:00: P.M. in Archer Funeral 14 great-grandchildren. officiating. Burial was in Keystone extend my hand in friendship to
Home with Bro. W. Britt and Bro. Graveside services were held Tues- Heights Cemetery under the directionof .
2.
(. Greg Smith officiating. Burial was in day,Sept. 7, at 4:00: P.M. in New Hope Jones Funeral Home of Keystone them.
t Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Archer Cemetery near LaCrosse with Rev. Heights.
I Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Lacy Conway officiating. Jones To the people who supported Mr. Johnsonand
f charge of arrangements. In lieu of Funeral Home of Stark, was in

Lucille Pearl Gaunt Mr. Mills I want and need your vote and

I J'rompageolle More ArtS Festival Mrs. Lucille Pearl Gaunt 78, of October 5th. 7
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support
Keystone Heights died Friday, Sept. ; 1J ,
other sales and opportunities in the platter Amy Gorman of Jacksonvillewas 3, in University Hospital In Jackson- -/14--/ (Jtd/c .titLa
future. second and Roxie Thomas of ville following a long illness.
4 "Aside from just having a good Gainesville was third. Honorable
r time, that is the main reason I truck Mention went to Largo's Katherine Born in Marianna Fla., Mrs. Gaunt Keep FRANK WILLIAMS working for you !
all of this stuff down here every year Owens.In moved to Keystone Heights In 1954
without fail" said one ceramic artist the "ThreeDimensional"category from Jacksonville. Mrs. Gaunt was a
from Jacksonville. "I like being Cindy Hirt of Gainesvilletook retired grocery store, motel and House of Representatives District 21 Democrat
I together with a big group of other artists first with a done leather restaurant operator. She was a f 0 rot AOV
for a day in such a nice place and handbag, Lynn Russell of Trentonwas member of the Community Church.
you do get to meet customers and second and Jacqui Williams of
make sales and lests face, art has to Archer came in third. I
r have patrons as well as artists to sur- Gainesville's Agnes Dalton cap- Items Available September 9-12
vive and flourish." tured first place in the Jewlery Divi-
\\ Ken Small from Gainesville took se- sion with a magnificently designed
cond place in the Watercolor division sterling siver necklace. Diana Fava j .. "' .
and Alice Murphree co-owner of the of Keystone Heights was second and -. : I
Art-I-Factor ?, a new art shop in Frank Abramson of Jacksonville was :. iO!., ":A J J8RGH

Keystone Heights, was the third place third. Honorable Mention went to \ t' :
'I winner In that category. Honorable Yolanda Bates of Fern Park. ,1"UTO""c.' '
Mention went to Magara Keeter of The judges of the event this year .
Orange Park.In were Mary and Stwewart Purser,
the Acrylic Painting division both retired professors of Art from
third place was not awarded becausethe the University of Florida.
Best of the Show winner came
from. that category. i Il
Gene Cox, the first place winner I
fromm Gainesville, featured a l/fOviYQqr.i :
beautiful display of rustic, country
scenes including old buildings lush .rJarpC.tlng:
meadows and farming scenes of \, : I .
every description."This .
is the type of environment I
grew up in," was Cox's simple explanation -
for his works. "I go in different
l directions every now and then iv ivl .
but I keep coming back to the type of
scenes and portrayals I like the best." l)
Carolyn Coggin of Gainesville took 111I1
third place in this division.In .
i photography, always a hotly con-
tested division Bob Roche a
newcomer from Gainesville took the j
first place prize for his photo of a .
beach scene.that featured a dynamic,, ACRYLIC CARPETS '
and dramatic mixture of movementand

symbolism. The appearance and texture of
Second place went to Joe Daurer a I I
is much like wool
acrylic carpets I
well known phtographer from
Melrose who has been busy during the carpets. Acrylics are reknown for
past few years. their wearability, resistance to Mr. Coffee. !
Daurer has been putting together a soiling and staining color reten- .
photo history of the MelroseKeystoneHeights tion, resistance to abrasion
area for the past two or three dyeability, resiliency, and
years and has assembled quite a collection cleanability. This fiber is non- now with 54.00 rebate.1MR.C0FFEE I
of old prints from the early allergenic mildew proof and ; iii''
1900's up through the present. moth proof.
Third place went to Michelle E. Acrylic fiber is manufactured Our Low Price 19.97 :
Ruffini of Keystone Heights who was
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featured in an article appearing in the from a synthetic polymer composed MONTH.....,...(..,....INC.. less Mal//-'" Rebate -4.00Mr.Co"eeAutomatjccotfeemaker'eaturesther
of at least 85 cent by
Lake Region Monitor last week. per FOR :
Honorable Mention in the weight of acrylonitrile, which is a lu- Stadium CUp,"..k4 'h pie along to rJ IS or I
went to Janet liquid derivative of natural gas tionary new ultra-speed brewing system. Brews I to 10 1 5 97 1r.h: plasi7
photography category cups. Complete with warmer plate. #CMI. Umlt 2 anytime you need a ig cool d"n cup
Keough of Gainesville.In and air. Sounds like a lot of big .Sf.tloi dupuy tot druri Your Final I Cost holds 16 oz.Assorted colors
the Graphics division, Paula words but it all boils down to the *
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Phillips of Palatka won first place for fact that acrylic carpets are high : 'x Iv'i I II
her beautifull! design on a huge quilt, quality. j I

quite a colorfull display featuring Price and quality are available
different hues and shades of
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Second place went to Barbara compare our prices with others. I
McDermont of Jacksonville and third We know that you will be pleased.

place was captured by Wayne Hep- ,
burn of Orange Park.In _. ,
the General Crafts category Lin- Teal Tile
da Hartstall of Gainesville won first P Cannon -
place for a large beautifully con- & Carpet J
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handle on the top. Peg McDaniel of In- 131 N. Cherry St. T: TOWELS2for700'.
dianatlantic took second andKeystone's
Darlene Mandel was Starke, Florida

third. 964-742.1 .. !
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Value in all! 83 products!


All 1982 F100 Bronco's Close Out Fairmonts Granadas At invoice plus


Thunderbirds at invoice & 11.90/0 APR with Ford Motor Credit Financing


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1982 Crown Victoria 4 Dr, 5,800 miles' F $1 x ,995.00 |1982 Ford EXP 2 Dr . . . . /T\ $7995

Absolutely loaded Tu-Tone Vanilla. | Black on Black, 4 sPeed, AM-FM cass. Hi Power, sunroof, air, }

k speed control, metric tires, alum wheels.



1981 Ford Escort 2 Or, 17,000 miles '. .. .. : 5595.00 '''1' sonncooAMFM '

Stereo, Prem. Sound ystem.. I1981 Datsun 4x4 Pickup. : . .. ;. . .. 3


"SS" Package, Air, Glass ,.. "' I 16,000 miles,, 4 speed, AM-FM, ,, air',. glass; ,Ni ..,.,:,'. .
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wire wheels, power, windows, hi: back,seats. .
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