Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Sizzling heat and lack of rain combined with high pressure system : '. :' "
that kept air pollutants close to the earth, depleting oxygen, has brought ?w. as'p K
Bradford County one of the steamiest Julys on record. IIcnON A. ,U P p 1 P

Only three days since July 1 has the mercury failed to reach 90, with "_.. ,. .. . . .. ....... b
Monday and Tuesday July 18-19 bringing the highest readings of 96. With'humidity "' Idltortal.. . . .. .. .Pa t//, \ 11c' Qyp 3?
levels of about 70 percent, this means a "swelter factor" of. Social. .. .. . . ...... l.P .
around degrees. Camp Blinding where readings are taken at ground Sport.., ,. .. . . : .B....*,F/ ,
level the mercury has been hitting 102 and 103 consistently. Church w.ws..n.s..4, l JF F

Keystone Heights received Inches of rain and heavy lightning early. L.g.l.. . . . .Pe.. 'tl 1
Tuesday evening. New River fire tower reported .02 Inches Santa Fe ;>, ,
recorded.7,while Camp Blanding got a brief.04 shower. Starke remained SICTION 8. i': A1N

dry. Oltltu... . .. . . .h.. I. The Swee Strawberries This /
Side of
A 40Vi chanced of rain Is forecast for today(Thursday July 21) accom N.w.a.l..s. . . . ....... s.t leqvenSTAKKE. > ,
panted by lightning and 10 mph' winds. Continued heat with possible' Ctss.8l.d.. .. . . .rey. 10.11 104th Year FLORIDA 15 Cents Copy
thunderstorms, Is predicted Friday through Sunday. 51,1 Issue Thursday,July 21. 1983 LISPS 152.701

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4RL + Out Like a Light.! .... Higher Standards,

An overloaded circuit breaker, thought to have been previously hit by
lightning, kicked out Monday: putting most of downtown Starke without
electricity In the heat of the day. ? )
It killed an afternoon of work fob tome downtown employees who final-
,ly left work and went home with temperatures rising to the unberable In Increased
.closed buildings without air-conditioning,or lights. pqwer went off at 11:30: : ,FundingWill
a.m. and came back on at 2:30: b.rov' "
The"bear" about got Police Chief Jimmy Bowen as he directed trafficon
US-301 Intersections at SR-100 and SR-16, spelling his officers. The heat
'was stifling from the pavement and from the sky as Police Captain
Harold Crews directs traffic at 301 and 100. SchoolsA
The switch cut off current fed Into the city by Florida Power& Light.! It' Impact

was no fault of FPL; it was strictly city problem, points out Utility
Director Merrill Dees. Some wires were burned in the reclosing: coil which

finally had to be hand-cranked In to get power flowing again. $1.2 million state funding In- volve teachers parents, and student
City crewmen at left, work to get power restored. The city had a crease and a state-required 7 class In the decision of how to structure UM
replacement switch, all checked out, but It wouldn't, work with the reclos- period day for high school studentsare school day.Small .
ing coil either. The coil will still have-to be replaced when the city gets a the major changes affecting
new one, but Dees hopes to do that life at night when nobody will know Bradford pupils[ for the 1983-84 term. County Year...
the difference. ;,
Electricity! was off In most of the- center of downtown Starke. Bradford Supt. Tom Casey is sitting on cloud Looking at the $1.2 million Increase,
Square had power but the restaurants across the US-301 didn't. One of the nine this week- puzzling how to implement in state funding Supt. Casey says he
two Madison Street circuits was off*Iii: all, about 30 percent of the town the new standards the Florida has left In the new budget every
Legislature has written into law and capital outlay Item principals re-
was electricity. _., ,,
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how to best use the new monies. quested. '

"' ',1't.' Every request could be filled and
"'". A 7 p.m. budget! workshop Is set still leave enough money to give the
''i: ., ," .. tonight (Thursday. July 21) at which 450 school employees sizable salary
1 time the School Board will be filled In Increases.
., on new funding and the new academic "We're further behind than we like
r I ,rules laid down by the Legislature to admit" Casey says of teacher
+ ... '" called the RAISE bill. salaries. Statewide teacher pay
!Meetings beginning : Mon average, all ranks Included. Is
rJ"t- day July 25, in the Bradford High 18274. In Bradford it's 15131.
School library with parents students Casey wants to impact that situation -
school advisory members administrators ,he said Tuesday. The superintendent -,
are set to explain the now sees pay Increases from
new rules and to get input on how best $1,500 to $2,000 for teachers this fall
I i to handle the 7 period school day. and sizable Increases for non-
.i y Instructional personnel."It .
"You give us $1.2 million in new was a small county year...."
i money and we should be able to makean says Supt. Casey of 11963 legislature.
impact on education in this For Instance, Bradford will receive

,.-:1 Ff ,1'lvi' county Supt. Casey says. $100 more per weighted FTE the unit
on which schools are paid accordingto
State law now requires seniors to
the weight of courses. Plus
22 credits to including sparsely
earn graduate populated counties got extra
4 years of English 3 of science and 3
for which Bradford will
of math. Bradford already requires 22 money receive $54,397. '

I r credits and has only to require one An FTE unit will be valued at$1,430
of science to meet to new
more year
for the Bradford School District for
state standards.
198384. That's up some $100 per stu-
Bradford is way ahead of other -
dent above last term's 1338.
Florida school districts which face a
The $1.430 FTE unit amount Brad-
,major Impact' in the new standards. ford receives Is still $80 1 less than the '

rlods'Vrldhljltlril6>(itt state' 1,11.0.That ,.
-.thesc.t day. are-requlsed pie4suusL ''''.costs*Brado'rcf'1jb )lsv-iie. .riy-,'J -J

._... ., ,., ._, .... .. .. ,.. erf 'concern by the Legislature <[the. $800,000. *: -- -
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current 11th graders would lack opportunity FTE unit value Is based oil the cost-
.. to take the new required of-living Index in each county and in
academic\ courses. Bradford that is .9564. In some larger''
'P / By second semester state law will counties the coet-of-living index Is

t'e.ntiaIProbkm. ;. !ij i\ < require high school students to have a 100plus.Some.
.., 1.5 grade point average to participatein of the difference is made up
'* ;" ,,::, Intel-scholastics, such as athletics with the new sparcity factor which
band, or chorus. By the fall of 1984, a nets Bradford $54,947 this year, and
Firemen Speeding, to Scene Must Obey Laws., Not Immujne} Sheriff Says"I 1.5 grade point average, which is a the power equalizer by which the

5 trcommission D-plus average will be required to legislature somewhat equalizes the

see'a lot of potential for somereal If a thread can be tied back to the "Some of these people are violating agreed. Commissioner graduate. amount a mill of property taxes brIngs -
I problems, it hasn't happened commission the county would be the law." Then he asked "You know Maxie Carter said the firemen should Written into the new state law are in.The .
yet'* thou Dolph Reddish liable. Sheriff Reddish pointed out that, don't,you?" hold safety meetings where their the skills required to pass a certain local property tax remains the
told the Bradford County Commission, even though the volunteer .firemen "Yes sir,, without t a doubt!" Commissioner responsibilities should be made clear, course. Teachers by law,must teach same, 5.5 mills In the new school
of volunteer firemen speeding to are unpaid E.L. (Nook) Norman to them. students to master those specific budget.
answer a call unmarked private Firemen should be made aware quickly answered. Giving a hypothetical example for skills. In other words a teacher will Bradford was $191 per student
vehicles. they are subject to state traffic laws Properly marked and clearly mark., commissioners to consider the no longer be free to teach what he/she behind the state average and now Is
The county would be 'liable' (or. ''when answering emergency calls the ed emergency vehicles such as a sheriff asked what the'situation wouldbe wants, although teaching methods $164 behind relatively better off but
damages if involved in an accident on red lights that are used notwithstan-. patrol car or rescue unit are in a if his office got a call about a fire, will still belong to the individual in- still behind the veteran superintendent -
the way to a fire if the driver of a ding the sheriff said. somewhat different light but are still 'and then called the Heilbronn Springs alru.ctor. Supt. Casey points out: points out.. ,

privately owned non-emergency Residents phone the sheriffs office required to exercise due care and Fire'' Department.. What if the fire Students 'falling to master the re- Small County Power:..
vehicle of i low visability was found at saying they Just saw a car speedingby restraint in responding to emergencies truck went through the traffic light at objectives will be placed in
fault the sheriff pointed out July 11. with a small red light on top They the sheriff inteiout."We have the comer of US-301 and SR-16 and quired compensatory education classes, but "It was'a small county year....,'*
Sheriff; Reddish's assertions were ask. "Who is that?" Sheriff Reddish. lobe very careful.Reddish stress collided with a car, killing three only two such classes can be countedas Supt. Casey says.

backed up by county attorney Dudley said he replies '-"..,, probably a ed.It tourists? electives toward the 22 credits. If a Increased funding for small) counties -
Hardy, ''Volunteer fireman answering a call." was agreed that a letter will be Who would the injured family sue? student is in comp-ed classes very is a complete swap-a-round by the
Does the county carry sufficient In. Volunteer firemen, though unpaid written ,to the active volunteer fire Probably the driver of the fire truck much he's losing time he should be Legislature but it was about time the
.uranee! Nobody know' what insurance "are Bradford County employees andcome .departments so. the .firemen can the fire department, and BradfordCounty taking required courses and can easily little fellow caught! up some be says.
the volunteer firemen carry;. under the umbrella of the county become familiar with the law and the [ the sheriff pointed out. get so far behind that graduation on Bradford ranks 12th in the state In
\\l any, Sheriff Reddish pointed out. the sheriff noted;; ,restraint they need to exercisethe time becomes impossible Supt. Its rate of new school money. Baker:

A't I -' Casey says.Interpreting. Casey thinks, Is number one In new
t I what is meant by the funds.
Workaho 4{ law Is no small problem to school $4.5 million In new dollars for a
In new
| Budget E '\ officials. bunch of little counties really helps,

"When get right, down to the Casey says, referring to the sparcity

I Fends':. Tonight final line you we really don't know"what never factor funded that has by been the Legislature in the law until but

r :Commissioners Need Sharp the Supt.Legislature Casey. expects of us, says this year.

: The newly organized Small CountyCouncil
i Faceo?with slicing at least $250,000'to 'the 'carryover figure); for tonight's Property Taxes lon is continuing I;; hiring Supt. Casey was filled in on the new Board Member, in which Patricia Bradford School
Spongier was
balance its $3.5 million' 1983-84 meeting. moratorium. funding and new rules last ThursdayIn
he'll show' Shouldn't Increase $ No committment to spending instrumental In forming and was the
budget the Bradford County Commission Clerk Brown also says any a meeting of superintendents in
will try in an s p.m.workshop the commission a balanced budget No-. increase In property taxes is "request above 82-83 levels"has been Orlando, and given handouts. Monday first chairman of, was a heavy factorin
tonight ;(Thursday July' 21) with tonight but the commissioners will planned. Commissioners feel" the fuels made by the commission. afternoon, July 18, only hours before the way education funding1.''was
sharpened, pencils.It's have to see whether they agree with distributed Commissioners had hoped to have the school board meeting Monday divided up Supt. Casey says.
will be
lax more equitably Small.
work County
the cuts the clerk has made to bring enough revenue funds from the new night Casey received money Main by
easy to cut the first half million, the budget into balance It was not since only half of the property owners fuel tax to reduce property taxes by amounts from the Department of Council (seC was on the sparcity
the commissioners have been told, easy chore, Brown said this week. currently pay ad valorem taxes. one mill' or ,vt-mul. But Commis- Education. factor and the power equalizer. Netting -,
but the last $250,000 will coma hard This will likely be a bare-knuckled The current budget was balanced sioner Maxie Carter 'Jr. bas; noted, Casey who says DOE told his office $235,608 for Bradford the power
'd Commissioners have stated they plan budget work session for the commissioners with some $200,000 in carry-over or' .that now appears impossible. Wednesday July 20, a tentative equalizer Is one-half mill equalized to
to bold spending to current levels, In- who've over the figures reserve funds, which won't reoccureluding '\ balanced budget must be approvedfor ''the state average. As of Wednesday,
gone in
no pay raises for employees. beforehand now must get'down'to this Sept. Plan is to use the$300,000 In :There Is also an expected $47,000 advertisement by July 2S4nstead Supt. Casey didn't know whether the
; state inmate
funds to help defray
is Included in the $9.9
tax funds for road maintenance $235,608 new
Even 'with the' $300,000 expected business. ; gas court costs but the county has yet to of by Aug. 4 as first thought,under the
and and transfer property operating budget. He was assuming it
from Commissioners 'want to hold the paving, Florida TRIM bill called Monday
the newly' paaaed 4-cent per learn when and if, that money Is com but
it wasn't. If
taxes now hi the road budget over to' was included honing
line spending and hiring and cut : for workshops as soon as possi
gallon fuel tax the commission still on Fund ing so it is not budgeted. night not. those funds could boost the total
faces cutting to balance the budget. enough to get a cushion. If they don't.General ble. He told the board Monday nighthe
Last year's spending bill was do anything else but use, the new gas "J'It's a no-growth bare bones budget, ':Well aware of the money limitation, still couldn't talk details of the fun- increased to $1.4 million. oouo-
balanced with some ja00.000 in carry tax to balance the budget; they can ,but there Is no indlcatton yet that any county officials and department ding but would be prepared to by Mrs. Spengler says the Small
services will be cut. County heads turned in budget requests July ty Council was effective this year.
little ,
with as .
alt ,
funds to by cutting tonight.Board
over ,.not expected at get
recur .employ_- are.getting no pay !Increases 11 at slightly lower levels than last had Next year she sees the council going
anywhere near that level this year, ,Iwo.oso, but>there, .will, be little members have no
; ? fair shake for small counties! in
this and the commis- after a
Clerk Gib Brown has said ""lIl1av.' ',cushion,, '' ,. _year, year. workshop on the new budget and coat.r-Ilvlollnda.the biggest inequality -
; h /'r'' could buck on adopting it tomorrow fie ,

''I Incumbents. : May' Slide 'By'in" City( ,, Qualifying. ;Ends,1 '\ ,"Tuesday{ night- at administration first explanation.The wants. ''to In- the 44 between small,ones.the large, countiesand .,,

'for position.: has been noted by Ttte, Commissioner Charles' Schaefer in:group 4. ? K "
quiet tne upcoming ,
Things soera city \ Clerk Neil Tucker and Police Chief' ,..+Bowen ; completing his tenth year In B-Section. ,
if JMJedd
election -
Starke lI' Vete an/Commissioner Vernon Jimmy- Bowen were all qualified ati ,and was a member of the city com;" .. ,' { I "t'-. :,
held 13. "
to be
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:'Sllcox; the current mayor of Starke,' noon July 12, when qualifying opened. < mission prior to that. Industry In Transformation... ( '.h
The four Incumbents have qualified was the last of the four to qualify Frt'day. % '
and have dmtwn m opposition as of .,July Deadline for qualifying. Schaefer sill be running for his"sixth .Tucker is completing his first terms Bradford-Union egg formers foe* a big "shake-up{ In"tbirt, ,.

press time Wednesday afternoon, July -, Is noon Tuesday July 28, Just SMi term as commissioner of group z and ,clerk. He.served as city commissioner businesses due to the closing of ,o Lake Butler food distributor. -V
:20. No Information aboutany op- working days away. Sllcox will be running for.hH seventh eight years prior to.that. "
'IS It ,Wadswerth gee. to Nashville... \ T'VHampton's .

Fart.InJob Partnership; Zing Program Jody Wodsworth Inked trip, .to Nashville to: leorriiabout '"
I Bradford ounty Taking { .. '
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Bradford'' -t(;Commissioners Act CETA])!,; )n its Monday, Aprl{ ". (NCFRPC. 'over its 11., county 'area The -.-resolution authorises a i > < ti.Rare : ,
: County in meeting. "'' \ v with the goal of Involving private Industry ::26-raember organization from the 11 disease strikes youth... ,

the signed MW c resolution Job! PartnershlpTralnlnll to participate The new program wilt: be. administered in :the training program. ,counties to operate,'the $3.4..million, Relative of young Cassandra fouchtoo are' "fighting to save hot\ I! ,
by the North Central Director Charles Justice told com- "
> program. '
Act which will 'replacethe.Coim .Florida' Reglonaa Planning Council missioners. ,. 'I 'from a rare blood disease. '
nrehensivoi 1 Employment Training .' .
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Mistake is Corrected

Bradford County may gain an estimated $11,200 in revenue if V a mistake In
figuring the distribution of slat funds designed to relieve Inmate-related court 4
costa Is corrected. '
The mistake Is thought to have come in counting about 560 Inmates which "'
were housed in the Butler Transient Unit BTU) in Bradford County as being
part of Union County's. prison population. The mistake may have been made
because although BTU Is in Bradford County Is under the administration ol
the Lake Butler Reception Medical Center in Union County. ..
The revenue comes from a bill sponsored by Representative George Crady of
Yulee and was designed for counties which have a prison population that, Is
more than percent of their total population The bill was designed to relieve
some of the financial burden on counties where there are heavy Inmate popula
tions.U an inmate must come through the courts,he is tried in the county where nil '
he Is housed and that county Incurs the cost. ,
"There was a much greater financial burden on these counties than we first
realized" says Crady. "For example, there are about five or six teachers per
month on Jury duty In Union County. In addition to paying them for jury duty,
the county has to pay for a substitute teacher to take over their classes while
they're gone"
In places where a lot Inmates are tried in the county court systems the
costs quickly. County sheriffs departments supply security: and
bailiffs for trim and supply transportation for the inmates in most cases.
And"there is a lot more to be considered than just the sheriff's department.." 'J kiss +u 1,
an Inmate's Indigent family moves into the county,"the childrenare L
plain the school system and generally are children who need some type _
special education and that costs more," he says. ...
The "priaon Impact bID" I. a revenue supplement for some of the smaller .'. ,', .
counties In the state When the legislature passed the l-cent sales tax two yean _
ago, they allowed the county governments to keep one-half cent or the tax.They J.

set a maximum of$20 per capita that the counties could collect through this tax. ; ..., .:......-.
Some of the smaller counties did not have a large enough sales rate to allow .,"' .. =
them to collect the maximum from this tax so an extra "$2.5 million was divid- .:, '-
ed among 26 counties as an emergency supplement to the sales tax," says ....--.z' :-.' -
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Crady. \
In some counties this still did not bring the revenue from the tax up to$20 per "
capita, and the "prison impact bill" was designed as a supplement to the ) ,
revenue brought in from the sales tax. ..J ,.
The latest estimates from the state department of revenue on Tuesday showed
that Bradford County would receive$54,744 and Union Count would receive j I\, ...\ .
$113.296 from this supplemental distribution of funds for the prison impact ,
'' of the state of Revenue.
Mike Department
bill to
Since:according Union County has Murphy a smaller sales rate than Bradford it will receive less Brooker fourth fifth and sixth grade straight 'A' students...
revenue from the sales tax. This supplemental funding measure (the "prison These Brooker Elementary students made straight'A's on their report cards Crawford and James Smith. Second Rowel to r): Robbie Gray, Stephaniefor
Impact bill") was designed to make up the difference, so Union County will the sixth six week grading period. Galney and Sarah Douglas. Third rowl to rt Craig Brigham Patricia Bath

receive more funding than Bradford from this bill. From left to right on the.front row{ Ginger Adams, Christine Bath, Josh and Brian Kendrkil. '
These totals were still based on figures which may have counted BTU In-
mates In Union County but Murphy says, "We've been in touch with Governor
Graham and his office is looking into it to see if there is a disparity In the
population figures.An economist has been assigned to it. If they(the governor's
office) find that a mistake has been made, they have the authority to change : InterconnectionA : I
It." Bids Out in .Dec. for City's New ;
"Ap rantly a mistake has been made." says Crady, and if that mistake has
Indeed been made, then steps will be taken to correct it.
"There has been a mistake made" says Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish December call for bids for construction to buy and'sell power for Starke. Sims >Decided city crews can remove the 8344 fiscal year, as long as the
"Inmates that were physically located in Bradford County were counted of the City of Starke's said the matter has been discussed the digester cover from the treatment hourly rate doesn't increase.No price
In Union County and we should getting additional funds." parallel interconnection with Florida with New Smyrna Beach,but that the plant, which Is no longer needed since was offered in the engagement letter,
Union County Sheriff John Whlthead says, "I know the county (Union) needs Power &: Light is expected, engineer' the money in their budget, but all we can do is what Is right. If Bradford County Howard Sims of R.W. Beck'AAssociates not the same person the matter was aerobic deaign.The action came after Jr.. '
Is entitled to the money and there has been an error made, it should be cor told the city commission discussed: with. attorney Brown proffered a resolution Approved a call for bids on
rected." Tuesday night, July 19. Such discussions could: be under- allowing giving up the city's claim to hospitalization Insurance for city
J Union Count Clerk: Mare Cason says, "I have not yet been notified" as to A Jan.1 award Is expected.Four of taken again, Sims said but said a the heavy metal structure to contractor employees, and discussed going self-
whether a been made. "I hope there has been no mistake five months of construction is expected direct line would be needed because J.W. Meadors. Councilman ,Insured, perhaps with the county..
.because we've used the money to help balance our budget." after that,said Sims, the principal communication would. have to be Charles Schaefer said the equipment Commissioners noted the.high
Union County cut all county offices back to 1982-83 spending levels in their engineer In charge of the Starke almost constant. ,. ,has hundreds of pounds of metal to it. 'trices! the ,
budget for the 63-84 fiscal year to help balance a budget that had a deficit of ,account. 1'1'1 il .' > vt ," '" Utility director-Merrill Deeeutid the
about$172,000 when budget Workshops began on June 14. The money from this ,One bid'J'which,met ;pecuicauons'was .Tin other July 19 action in a onehourJmeeUngv city can remove the equipment. cirotyr7d') !ru'reiitYy {vl lil')31ua
tblll was worked into the budget which was accepted Jrthe: County Commission' received on,the first equipment the city commission: '' Cross Blue Shield. Clerk Nell Tucker
Jait week. # 5 ordered for the 2-way electrical tie-In Was told an acturial report has said problems have been experiencedwith
> "We certainly appreciate what orie"Crady and Bill Grant have done forour with FPL a tie-line control system. Agreed) to make up the cost some termed the city's retirement system the surgical schedule aproved by
county," says Cason, "even if we have to give up $11,000, but I hope we Opened June 30,the bid from Leeds $21100 to $2,300, of funds the Bradford in "excellent condition" by City Blue Cross Blue Shield not coveringthe
." Northrup, has been turned over to at- Mass Choir cannot make from its own Clerk Neil Tucker as he handed out costs of surgery at 'Shands
r The Issue of the new 600-inmato New River Annex, which was not counted in torney Terry Brown to determine the fund raising efforts. Councilmen the reports. Police Chief Jimmy Teaching Hospital.
:the prison population of Bradford County Is also a concern. legality of awarding Charles Schaefer and Jimmy Crosby Bowen said the retirement system Commissioners asked Clerk Tuckerto
: The Bureau of Economic and Business Research at the University of Floridacontracted Sims said bids are due Aug. 16. on stipulated the donation be made board needs to meet on the report. pursue the bids and the joint self-
: with the state to supply the necessary population figures. Since the more equipment. through the Bradford Concerned Insurance: venture with the county
:1963 population figures were not available, the bureau had to use 1982 figures of Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Jr. Citizens Association. Mrs. Verdell Approved a letter of engagementto Agreed to pay Manning Fence Co.
forth prison population and non-prison population. asked Sims what has been done about Hall approached the council about the have the firm of Davis Monk & for fencing the city maintenance yard
J The New River Annex was not being used in 1982, so the number of inmates finding out if another city will agree donation. Farnsworth audit the city books for when the job is complete. '
housed there were not used in determuig the distribution of funds. No decision
!has been made yet as to whether or not these inmates will be included In the _"illmwdllllltHllmlllI! / RIl'J :.. ': ",; .,'1- :.,.,' : ; i';':''' /'' .. ,:'\ Iii," :" ''''!.' ):'" 'WI" '; ', '
distribution calculations.Teacher. I


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Calendar Discussed in Contract NegotiationsTeacher

evaluations, reduction of "Our position is that if people are in determination and decision relativeto es aA
force and the school calendar were the school system on tenure and have renewal or non-renewal of a non-
the topics of discussion during con- done everything required of them and tenured teacher Is final and binding
tract negotiations between the Brad- have not been dismissed, then they and not subject to grievance/ar
ford County School Board and the are qualified teachers" said Jack bitration procedure of this agreement 1q
Bradford Education AssociationBEA Carbone, the director for collective "
( ) July 14. bargaining for the Florida Education
Talks are still In the preliminary Association United. Carbone heads
stages and no concrete decisions have the BEA bargaining team.
been made. The school calendar was "It is presumed that if they are not
tentatively accepted by both the qualified they would not be here,"
Board and BEA. Carbone contended.In .
The contract articles on the reduction the question of teacher evaluation .
of force, or lay-offs, and teacher the Board proposed deleting the
evaluation are somewhat tied entire article from the contract
together since evaluation would playteachers because "the law provides for a
a role In determining which laid-off teacher evaluation and we are reluctant !
would be recalled first,if the to put things In the contract that JSATUSBAY.
Board's contract proposal concerningthe are provided by law" said Versls. D I
reduction of force Is accepted.The "Part of our reluctance Is that the ft I II
Board proposed that "if a area could be construed as being
reduction in personnel requires the grievable to a third party," he said,
school board to choose from it's and since "these assessments -
employees the board shall retain the (evaluations) are by nature subjective Juts MCHKKIM ,
employees that it determines to be and are one person's opinion no a tits OtMNUt
best qualified. In determining matter how objective they try to be," Hampton CIr Hsu II PM-I P."
qualifications the board shall con a third party could not judge the s.s..r.d by ......... cotyTI.
ilder without limitation educational evaluation. .......*CB ClufcAdultu I&Ii S
qualifications, efficiency, compatibility Although the evaluation would not cat CMUraw SI.SO cads HDAMC S
character and capability be grievable to a third party, if a oremosti -
to meet the educational service needs teacher feels that his evaluation is unfair .
the he appeal to the Board, said .... TURN/TURI t1 .V4a ,,
of the community, according to can smds d Nash .. c.feterIoo O_ ;.
school board proposal of July 1, Versla. -- 1 PM HI Mleatshstired. %
regarding article IS. "When 1 JIlas-teachiDg I had a .. *>II AJmlMlan$I...
"I nope a reduction: In personnel superintendent do an assessment on tpfwr by sees Ce. .d..d... ;
will never be necessary" but If JUs me and the evaluator never set foot in :i
then "certification the number;&f my classroom,"" said Carbone. TUESDAY.All* ItBC : = w1Iij-i :
degrees and their levels, and WIMU Then that is the fault. of the ZONING SOAJtOMMttas : ;
type of assessment (evaluation)the evaluator," replied Versls. 7iM P.M. -
teacher received the prior year'-' Carbone said that BEA was concerned -
wr uld all play part in the decision of with the evaluation article
which teachers are"best qualified" because if the Board's proposal for
said Anthony Versls, of the Forbes personnel reduction is accepted then THI BRADFORD ,'"
Labor Relations Service, Inc., who is the evaluation process may play a COUNTY miXMAPNPublished 'IS'.1IoIage
heading the school board negotiating role in deciding if a teacher will keep Features pull-out shelf l with !lots of ,39 ,
team. his job or not.BEA seems to feel that ._ry Thursday pace for your stereo equip
"People are not inter-changeable," the evaluation should be a part of the .t 135 W.Call Street ment. Read/ensemble In an oak, I
said Versls. "People from the same contract if it Is to play so important =Stark. HorMe 32O91 or walnut$ flnlst".OY. ,{,l5%s30i6'I. .$. ..''4." I
backgrounds are different" and role. I II
although two teachers may have the Vents submitted another Second Class postage paid at I
same seniority In the same subject on the evaluation Starke FloridaSubscription :
one may be more qualified to meet "Assessment criteria shall Include i t. _
the educational needs of the community but not be limited tor a) ability to Rates "
than the other the said. maintain discipline b) educational :
BEA proposed keeping the present qualifications, c) knowledge of subject In-trade area; $10.00 per year DENMARK f61lyITRE
contract language regarding the matter d)"efficiency, and e) student $5.50 six months 434 W Call Street Starke
reduction of force which says "If the progress. ,
Board determines it is i necessary to The proposal also beegrieved Outside area: $11 per year 964-5826 or":,_5827E
reduce the caching staff teachers "assessments may not $6.00 six months .. In 1923 '
with the least t Hnlorit11n the district neither may they be subject to ar ...
shall be laid off first. ,bitration" and "the superintendent's ..


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\ Lola Williamson
!' Resigns

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From City Council, ,


H, ., : .4 F Plans to Run for Clerk

By Larry Oglesby vestigation."

w M wri. BCT Staff Writer Wadsworth persisted saying they
r have to show who is making the ar
a rest." Then Williamson said "
Hampton City Councilwoman Lola ..he
.... Williamson announced her Intentionsto wants to know if Parmalee is writing
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t i r ia9 : resign from the council at a regular enough tickets to pay for his salary .

: fir r.V meeting Tuesday night July 12. so
? that she could qualify to run for city "Since I'll have to pay his salary if
clerk in the upcoming September he doesn't write enough tickets I'm
election. going to make sure he writes enough
tickets. He already has enough for the
Mayor Gordon Wadsworth opened next two months," commented
the letter of resignation from Hodges. "There will not be any pro
Williamson and, after consideration, blem turning in two reports, but it's
the council voted unanimously to accept not going to help."
t the resignation from Williamson.

t1lr' P,, t ,., ',I Y t When questioned by The Telegraph, Hodges also told the council of the
yit's Williamson stated that she Is
attemp- over 200 tickets Parmalee has wilt
ting to make the switch in position ten, only 10 of the cases were lost In?
because of the higher pay scale. The court. "That should tell y/u
city clerk's position pays $225 per something."
month and council positions pay only
IIIIEpiEi $50. Agreed to check Into the pass iblity
State law prohibits individuals from of running city water to Hampton
: holding two public offices at the same Villas a trailer park at the
it time forcing Williamson to resign as southeastern edge of the city limits.

councilwoman.Amy .
Davis has been city clerk, Voted to let city attorney Mary

'{. : \ after being appointed by the council Marshall start the application pro
: 4"" ; \' '' when Jane Hall resigned as city clerk' cess for another community service
'M ",' ,: .' five months ago. The council at that grant.
,:'" '//110(,; "'1, ;, time decided to appoint a temporaryclerk Hampton received about $900 In
':, ,"" ;\\(1/' Instead of holding a special election funds to build a handicap ramp and do
"I I. some sidewalk repair this year. Thisis
the same grant that Hampton is ap-
In other business, the council: plying for again. >

Turn Requested that the Police Department Hired Vernon Forsyth as
turn In reports that indicate maintenance man to replace John
which of the officers write citations. Hawkins, who quit. Hawkins had been
Mayor Wadsworth requested the placed on suspension since last Saturday -
itemized department report so that July 9 by Mayor Wadsworth.
Slugging Away in the Summer Heat. the fines can be added up to see if the "i f looked for him for three or four
i daytime marshal John Parmalee is days before I found him. I had gotten
''.j it was 7 p.m. and'still sizzling and humidly hot Tuesday afternoon but the win homers across the street didn't buy that.'The are Lori Mobiey 9, and writing enough citations to pay for his complaints about the grass and other
,weather didn't bug these kids play pick-up baseball on a vacant lot on Water Tammy Mobiey 10. salary. items in the city commented
',Street in Starke. In top photo, Shane Green slugs off pitcher John Harrington, 11, who said When the council hired Parmalee in Wadsworth. "He (Hawkins) told me
Billy Murwin. 11, at bottom right, slugged three gigantic home runs. When the only reason he was pitching was so he could hit. May elected town marshal John that he was quitting and going back to
one ball popped up Into the overhead pecan limbs, Murwin said told the two But Shane and Billy kept hitting, the other kept chasing. They could score Hodges told the council that he would school."
girl outfielders it took four outs before they got a bat. 30 runs before the girls got a bat! said Shane Greene. pay for the portion of Parmalee's Attorney Marshall recommended
The. girls,arguing with Shane. Greene. 10,at bottom. tired of chasing Mur- Chris Tucker, 11, and his dog, Levl, provided the audience. salary not covered by fines. that the council get something in
., '. ." I '. Hodges left the meeting and return. writing from Hawkins since they
ed with a report separating the have hired another maintenanceman.
: tickets. "Parmalee is writing most of .
them he was hired to handle the traf- Later in the meeting the council on
J t' fie. commented Hodges. "We canteil the recommendation of attorney Marshall

;Bids to be Asked for 2-Way Tie with FPL you everything we are doing for voted to terminate Hawkins for
instance, we might be running an in- lack of cooperation.

A December call for bids for con- .taken again Sims said, but said a eWas told an, actunal report-has insurance venture with.the county.
termed the eit 's retirement
struction of the City of Starke's direct line would be needed because ; systemIn
parallel interconnection with Florida' communication would have to be "excellent condition by City Agreed to pay Manning Fence Co.
Power Light is expected, engineer almost constant. Clerk Neil Tucker as he handed out for fencing the city maintenance yard The Looking Glass
Howard Sims of R.W. Beck the reports. Police Chief.: Jimmy .when the job is complete. The firm

;. !'Associates,, toll the city.commission "c In other July 19 action'in. onehourmeotinevthe Bowen said the retirement systapi was low bidder on the jobl never sign- Confer
... ''Tuesday night. July tiF j board needs to meet on the report j, ed a contract with ,'but told Styling ; : ,
ctty.commissioBwi.il.+ .
../ A Jan,,! aya is expected,n"Four;'\ tm! at ; qi.ji :/;tt 'vnmsniMivlfe' ... _!tmtter ,t,,_..._.lX!sd; >-'hhe'eouncitrru) lll1nf: I\lght the Job was I .< on St. tStafke."'- .
Approved +.
five\ months of construction: Is ex- .Agreed to make up the cost, some .o&engageBiemSto 'complete* except l Installing"one.gate. proud to welcome to our staHw.
the firm of Davis Monk & .
have .
pected after said Sims the
that prin- $2,100 to$2,300 of funds the Bradford
cipal engineer in charge of the Starke Mass Choir cannot make from its own Farnsworth audit the city books for Mayor Vernon Silcox said the city Liz
account. fund raising efforts. Councilmen the 83-84 fiscal year as long as the Vas also at fault in the job and that if "Grace" Scott
hourly rate doesn't increase. No price Manning does the work the firm .
One bid which
met specifications: Charles Schaefer and Jimmy Crosby In
was received on the first equipment stipulated the donation be made was offered In the engagement letter should be paid. In the future all contractors r Specializing :
ordered for the 2-way electrical tie-in through the Bradford Concerned noted Commissioner Jimmy CrosbyJr. will be required to sign con- Shampoos, Sets &. Updo'sWe
with ,-a tie-line control system. Citizens Association. Mrs. Verdell .. .tracts, the council said.
Opened June 30, the bid from Leeds fc Hall approached the council about the Manning bid $1,870 the Handy-Man
Northrup, has been turned over to at- donation Approved a call for bids on Fence Co. $2,645. At one point the' are now offering
torney Terry Brown to determine the hospitalization insurance for city council gave Manning a deadline to O IT| O/ Our Summer Permanent
employees and discussed going sell- sign the contract or said the job wouldbe
legality of awarding it. 'Decided city crews can remove the eC \9O Off
( only)
with the
insured coupon
Sims said bids are due Aug. 15 on digester cover from the treatment perhaps county. given to Handy-Man. .
Commissioners nQted the high said he wasn't told
Manning a
more. .Commissioner equipment. plant,which is no longer needed since prices the county received on medical tract should be signed before the job Walk-Ins Welcome or Dial 964-HAIR
Jimmy Crosby Jr. the system Is being changed to an .
asked Sims what has been done about aerobic design.The action came after insurance. was started.
is with Blue
finding out if another city will agreeto attorney Brown proffered resolution The city currently
Shield. Clerk NeU Tuckersaid
Cross Blue
buy and sell power for Starke.Sims allowing giving up the city's claim to have been ,
paid the matter has been discussed the heavy metal structure to contractor problems experiencedwith
with New Smyrna Beach, but that the J.W. Meadors. Councilman the surgical schedule aprovectby
i director.of the utility system there is"not Charles Schaefer said the equipment Blue Cross Blue Shield not coveringthe
the the matter has hundreds of of metal In costs oC surgery. ,at Shands I
same person was, pounds It; I
discussed with. Director said Teaching Hospital. ,
Utility Merrill Dees the Commissioners asked Clerk Tucker ST OW FAST

Such discussions l could be underFiftystudents ,city can remove the equipment. '.. to pursue the bids and the Joint self-4. . ,

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.City BudVet Gets Going Over NOTICETOBIDDERS .. ,
'A $6 million budget with a shortfall provements to the sewer treatment .. ; !
i In the General Fund of $279.000, for plant. SWITCHGEAR ; : Lets Touch Calling;
the City of Starke got its first going- No salary increases are figured into CONTRACT 5-8W1TCHBOARD8.CABINETS t, '
)Tuesday night July 20, by the city the new budget. Clerk Neil Tucker AND TELEMETERING SYSTEM '.'.I... "." .. ': .
commissioners.v said he included In the budget every tT ; ; .. I .< .
$157,000 in cuts were identified,.to item asked for by department heads. ""LIST/ ARK!: INTERCONNECTION r I
!trim the deficit to $122,000 but nO Police Chief Jimmy Bowen Is asking SUBSTATION AND POWER PLANT

!Uial action was taken.The council set, for three new patrol cars, a $30,000 MODIFICATIONS .. ,' .'..,...,. .. ,.
mother work session on the budget item for this years budget which was City of SUrk.,Florid ,'...;jiIo' \ t
''tor Tuesday night July 6 l.at 7p m. not cut Tuesday night. ....
.Cuts made Tuesday night, followingbrief Dollars are included to pay all the NOTICE I q hereby aiv.n that .eIed'propoaals '''" Yy., '" 1
: 1 regular council meeting, were medical Insurance costs for an will be received by the City of Stark*(Owner at 1
l new road grader and a new street 'employee, Clerk Tucker said. City Hall Poet Office Drawer C, Starke, Florida VI ,

I weeper, $15,000 duplicated entry for The$113,000 in gas tax funds due the 82091 until 7:00 P.M.. Eastern Daylight Tim the. "I ----S I)
l computer payment, and; $5.000 on city from the county's 4-cent per Tuesday August described 10, 1983.In for the furnishing Contract 4: ,ter i
Street ditch culverts. fuel. tax included First Equipment
: Orange gallon project Document Proposals will then and,there be \
J The commissioners left $5,000 forM under the transportation funds opened. and publicly read aloud. Proposal received i
i : ditch work, and plans to Install will be replacing the wooden bridge after the time announced for the opening will
three culverts instead of six over Laura Street a $30ooo item. 'not be considered., '
.The, ,new budget includes no Clerk Tucker said The Contract. Document may be examined and
; transfers from the Utility System as he's read through obtained at the office of tb. Owner and at tb, office A
,has been the case for many yean. correspondence the city will receive of the R.W. Beck and AI...... Engineers wv.r ...
;j This year the utility system will, 16 percent increase in IU approx- ,sod Consultant, WO Bannock Street, Denver. ,.,
need all its revenue to make the payment imate $77,000 Federal Revenue Sharlog Colorado 8020 .
' on the$2.9 million bond issue for fund but no official word has Each Proposal ahall be accompanied by a certified ass' # 'RII
r the parallel interconnection with come from ,the, Office, of Revenue or esa ...'.check payable to the Owner for '
Florida power Light and the imi Sharing a sum not lea than 0 percent of the amount of the l yi
'. .' Proposal accompanied by a Bid Boad of like F -.
amount of a Surety licenced to do buaineaa la the

.\ ,< State of Florida ; ...
Each Proposal shall be conditioned-that the
'; I More ,Needed for Swim Program.. Bidder will pay the' Owner .* liquidated '
f .. .. damages, the amount specified unto** the Bidder-" 1.1'
''I '" are still needed to, child basic, swimming skills, from .!enter Into a Contract In accordance with Its Pro still
I .water adjustment to basic swimming poaal and lurniahe a Performance and Payment i If you're uslnd a rotary dial.you're out of ori
.program:>> Strokes., Bond with surety aatiafactory to the Owner la an styte.Nhof's\ more you're out of touch. u
," amount equal to, 100 percent of the 'Contract'Amount 1bu see with Touch Calling you'll also
r sy. r :-rr prove Uori for the program will and Insurance Certificate or Copies of N. have access to many exciting electronic w
gram: be from each elementary :Insurance Policies within 10 day from the date .. r: .. services of the future. :A
school to. the swimming site. and on which the Bidder i lit notified that Its Proposal Bring your lifestyle up to speed. Call U
Currently some 100 students have .has been ._ptecL ,. U
returning ; ..
daily .J Continental
'1 enter Into the) Contrict'stSand I- ; : and order Touch Calling service
U fall
the swim pro- the Bidder to
been registered trtIU
aramjaftAug. 1 ..12 at the EJIliIItedMen' to furnish tin Performance and Payment, ba a'j":.," .' todoKlbu'Il take to It very fast.
'Students : ,
: Blaoding must register at the Bond and Insurance. Certificates or aopiea of Insurance I -
beach .t CamP
Oub Itt
have ,.completed Bradford-Union'' 'Area Vocational- PoUdm within 19 day. from the dte ea !' 1/\1/ \ >0'.1/' /

for students who students are peeded to Technical Center July 19-27 if they' which the Bidder la notified that. lea Proeoaal has ,..." \,,.)., '.,.
il grades K-e. ISO a"1111 o'YeTech plan to participate.Beglatratlon fee U beer accepted. ,he Bidder1 cheek *r Bid Bond ::;. ?,, 'I" I.s JlI8R '9
carry on the program David, SmiUu $10 per child, with coating. a family and the amount thereof shall b* forfeited to the .i'. COEL.CeMi :31a
Director 'no more than $30. Owner at the option tae Owner. .
City of Stark.Florid 91n

onai For more intormatlOQ;Phone David Vernon SUeox, w

The pnwram summer,.ii_ designed to teach swimming .each. .Smith thee Vo-Tecb.Center,B0441SO. v/ 1 tttcbg8V4'Mayor'/ ''T,' >'W.o..r I" : .. b.... Ccg e



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< ..:,. J mperor.t. Brim Ruled the Indians 0


:. ::I ...:':}'In This" 'Area, Says Chief Ridaught

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New Areas Need ExploringTo >\ (The' following article wo written' In -"'- ..'W,..!!,,.,,. ........,"I'', '
has?for the Stark' Centennial Issue of The
Telegraph: / but was not published at that
Save Tax Dollars ; time because of insu ffcleht' apace for all
material' contributed. It woe written by
1 Horace' Jtidaufht who then resided at
j Cltra and was known a* Chief. of ,the
Although most of the comment at the county-city government where such Ridaught Band of Indiana 'of the Florida

July 12 hearing on the four-cent gas tax cooperation would be beneficial. Choctaw tribe. Chief' Ridaught was'alta
it did from author 0/the book "Heir* Hall Acre," a
was adverse, coming, as Since the county Road and Bridge .
story of the / Choctaw )
gasoline dealers and truckers, it is Fund will be the beneficiary of the new Florida

i notable that some favorable comment four-cent tax, which is projected to br-

has been forthcoming from others who ing in around $300,000 to the county cof-
i Walter A. Harris in his book
apparently feel that one-third of the property fers (the rest of the $452,000 total goes to The Greatest, American Indian,"

owners can no longer carry the municipalities) it is important to cut ex- tells an Interesting story which is factualIn

full burden of county expenses. Since penses of secondary road maintenance every sense concerning the inhabitants 1

the $25,000 homestead exemption went which the State has turned over to the 'of this area during the period' ,1680 through f ..

into effect, about two-thirds of the coun- county. If this maintenance cost couldbe 1739.

ty's homeowners are totally exempt reduced perhaps the gas Emperor Brim's .name had several

from paying ad valorem taxes. tax in the sufficiently be cut to three tion English of spellings but from the first men-"
he was called "Old Brim. so
Despite the juggling of figures that cents. there Is no way of knowing his age when he, ,I., \
made it hard for the layman to follow Attention was called at last week's first appeared on the scene. In 1682 the

the debate at times, it seems likely that hearing to the fact that many King Governor of Spain of :St."He Augustine Is the chief wrote most fearedin to the Timucuan Indians. Enjoying Games and Sports

the county will have a hard time balanc- overweight trucks, carrying loads up to all these lands that border on the ,
the budget without further cuts even the Chucumecos and other '
ing 72,000 pounds are illegally using provinces.
with the four-cent tax. If all funding re- county s secondary roads as short-cuts, s wholl Creek Confederacy ,his white in counterparts.the politicians The, first greatest and last difference Prevatt.Permit No. 491, May 23, 1843, Seth

quests were granted, as received, ex- causing heavy damage. For, instance, wa ytheppolicy of Emperor Brim.It seems to be that Brim rose from poverty,
penditures would be $695,000 in excessof Road 18 through Hampton and Brookerwas was a known to modern diplomats and failure to a place of honor and riches Permit No. 638, Jut10., 1843, Samuel
income. After the first unofficial cuts resurfaced only two or three years as the'balance of power."Although he did surrounded by his confederacy,'secure in Sanders.
commissioners it not let all Indian tribes Into his Con- theirhomes, and property.We Permit No. 832, July 27, 1843, Elijah S.
by individual ap- ago and is already showing heavy federacy, his, dominion comprised all of .
peared there would be a $250,000 short- damage from overweight trucks. The the territory "from the river Savannah to remember too,that he and his people Crews.

fall. What, if anything, remains to be county weight limit is 50.000 pounds on the river St. Johns." from had no which material they wealth raised except their the ground by Permit 74, April 22,1842.;Patrick O'Con-
cut will be decided at the July 21 work secondary roads, and the city street The Timucuan Indians, who were partially primitive methods and the forest from ner. Tison tt <
session., ,weight limit is only 10,000 pounds. destroyed and partially mingled with which they slew their game with crude Permit No. 190, James ; No. 148,
the Yamasees probably the first had to trade their Isaac Johns; No. 560, James N. Prevatt
Several arrests have been made recently were weapons. They nothing
week'shearing IsraelSherouse ; ,
Although not discussed at "identifiable branch" of Indians of this white friends except captive slaves and the No. 653,Joseph F. Prevatt; No.803,
it is apparent that cir- where overweight trucks were using 'particular territory. But it would be more skins of animals; they had no books or I no dates given). .
cumstances dictate that the county and Colley Road as a short-cut from SR-100 correct to say the first inhabitants were a written language, and even the traditions
should continue their line of com- to SR-230. More arrests are needed in mixed people of three bloods, including handed down to them were undated. All of These are exclusive to the later arrivals,
city Canova ,
such etc
Yamasee and Timucuan .. with the Brim's achievements the work of his as Crosby,
where other parts of the county, were
munications, seeking to find they (From patents of Newnansville and St.
predominating.When own intelligence unaided by the wisdom of
can work together to cut costs for the Extraordinary problems' deserve ex- scholars or the lessons of recorded history.We Augustine areas of the Armed SettlementAct
mutual benefit of both. A movement has traordinary measures to correct them. mind experience some forced appreciation upon the of European the- doubt that we have done him justice by 30th Congress, published 1843).

been started in this direction and it Now that the County Commissionershave Emperor's genius, a Frenchman, after comparing him with modem politicians Of those residing in the area before any
should continue until positive resultsare approved the maximum fourcentgas telling of Brim's part in the destruction of for it is wondered which white man couldhave' records are: Samuel Dexter,Matthew and
done so much with so little. The Richard Ridaught William Drayton,John
the Yamasees He has numbers of
obtained.For tax the of those paying this tax says: ;
eyes slaves who are busy day and night cooking Spaniards French, and English, who Budd, George A. Hall Isaac Holmes Ed-
instance, in the realm of road are going to be fixed more intently than food for'thoae-,coming and going to visit 'agreed on nothing else, all agreed in calling ward North, Anthony Toomer, Morton
equipment, the City has a continuing ever on members of the board to see him. He seldom goes on foot, always on ; Emperor.Brim "great.0 We should do Wilkinson, and" Joseph Parker. (From !"-
problem with its road grader and a that everything possible is done to bring well harnessed horses. He is absolute in his no less. "The FlorIda. by James. Grant Forbes,
for the defective unit down the cost of county government, nation.No one has ever been able to make The following were among the very first ,published in 1821.)
replacement without discontinuing him take sides! with any of the three European i recorded settlers in this area: The section
would cost in the neighborhood of disrupting or any nations who know him, alleging that i!now known as Bradford County was at that As for the name of KIngsley Iake, I am
$75,000. At the present time the county vital and necessary services. It is quitea he wishes to see everyone, to be neutral, I Lime part of Alachua County. There were not too sure of the origin. Old Zepheniah

has three or four graders, but insufficient challenge, and one that will and not espouse any of the quarrels which i 10 Clay Bradford, Putnam, Duval, ,. or Kingsley lived on, his plantation at St.
to them now necessitate using every remedy in the the French English, and Spaniards have 1 Marion counties then). George Island, but had a brother. (or
manpower operate with each other.Bradford kinsman) named Charles who, it is said,
book including that has to now
that the department personnel has one up Those first settlers were:, lived at or near that lake. But the Indians

been trimmed from its former 16 to 18 been overlooked: consolidation in areas Permit No. 73, dated April 22,"1842,Juke often referred to the lake as' "King
men to a present force of eight to ten. where duplicate services are being of- County has long been con- Johns( Settled east of "Pilatka." Zeph's," as they were accustomed to callIng -
fered the and the and sidered a breeding ground for politicians. almost his which
city everything
by county was
Clearly, some interchange of men and Apparently, there something about the Permit S3, Jan: 7, 1843, issued to situated east of the Chattahoochee
materials would seem in the interest of where cooperation between the two water, soil, or the air in this locality which ioloman Godwin So I can't say for sure who it River.that,
and in this instance.. would result in economy, as well as in- centuries ago, bred Emperor Brim, and gave 1
efficiency Permit
economy 278, March 13, 1843.. William. name. But a safe guess Is that it was from
This is just one of several areas in creased efficiency. since that! time has given. Florida many 01'I]IfaU.agU' Charles or Zepheniah t one of the twos "

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I Gains AttentionAfter ,,,( I'; Bradford County Agent '. ",:'-; t.sIt

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Straw BallotsFormer I
you aria a landowner,you are probably poisons may be formulated from one of mound and fed to the young, familiar with the Imported Fire Ant. Thispest several insecticides. Sometimes to the queen), mound activity ,
has infested the of Baits .. ... .. I
majority our county area highly effective means of get- slows and finally ends. '
Florida Governor Reubin in straw ballots that could gain him the over the past several[ years. Very few ting the! insecticide: into the mound-The Timing and application

Askew a much-needed "July Surprise" attention he needs as a potential winner. lawns, gardens, fields, pastures or material is placed! on a carrier material very Important with baits. CallmZir are ,
pulled woodlands
escaped this troublesome with an attractant that makes the ? onSS
that should bolster his campaignfor Financial reports released this week pest. No eradication programs for the Imported ant think it is food. When carried into worker the 'methods have questions available about uii ,. 'or. i
the presidential nomination. His sur- showed Askew lagging in fourth place in Fire Ant exist to my knowledge. to you.

prisingly strong wins in straw polls inNew the I financial sweepstakes, where However, control programs by the USDA

Hampshire and Wisconsin over the presidential campaigns are won and and Consumer Florida Department Services have of been Agricultureand and '

weekend should gain him some of the at- lost in today's commercialized political off for several years on' Forestry in Bradford County .. I

tention and "name recognition" that the atmosphere. Former Vice President ,
The and
present policy for
By W.
news media had denied him up to this Walter Mondale, as might be expected, assistance to landowners in the control of Bradford County Forester west side In the blazing afternoon sun that
point. led with contributions totaling over $5 the Imported Fire Ant is: you need to protect with shade trees' '

Askew showed that he was still million this year. His total, including 1. To participate in the aerial application Lucky Is the family with'plenty of shade ,
of "dark horse" surprises loans, was $5.7 million, with over $3 of a Fire ant bait called Amdro at a cost to trees to block out the summer sun that Is You have a great choice of trees. Some
capable pulling small ones that can be planted fairly close
the landowner of $ .25 acre with a building toward peak temperatures this
this per
of that
such as his win in the race for the spent year. minimum of 40 acres or$90 cost per appli- time of year. Such fortunate families are to the residence Include the dogwood, red-
governorship of Florida when he was a Next high man was Senator Glenn cant. gaining in comfort while saving on the cost bud,and crab apple.Medium trees will do
of air conditioning.By for shading the lawn or patio and the wall
political unknown whose candidacy was with almost $3 million received so far
2. The FDACS 'Is considering continuance sides from further out.This Includes
not taken seriously when he first an- this year and almost $2 million spent. of the previous distribution of Am- rough estimate the energy cost sawIng live and laurel I oaks, red cedar group, and the '
nounced. In last weekend's surprises, Senator Cranston received $1.6 million dro program at cost to the user. Without of the well-shaded hoqse or mobile camphor tree.

Askew tallied 1,143 votes in a poll taken in contributions and loans through June Federal participation, the new cost will be home will run 20 to 30 percent Many of these same trees also wlllll'Olllf

N.H. Democratic 30, of which he had spent $1.5 million so about $40 per one-pound' bag. Now Is a good time to kind in making' to a considerable size and this) might be '
Committee, while Ohio Senator John far this year. No report was given for If you want to participate In the aerial, notes for the location and of energy, kept in mind when selecting them. Other, '
Glenn placed a far distant second with Senator Hollings. treatment of your land, you can make application saving trees that will serve your home large trees for planting still further from "
best. Make a sketch with some written"notes
with FDACS at the Agriculture' the house
are sweet
sycamore, gum, tulip ,
only 34 votes, and California Senator Askew reported raising $984,155 Building on North 301 in Starke between 8 ; it is easy to" misremember about, tree and some of the pecan trees which can
Alan Cranston was third with 23. Other through June 30, and spent $555,997 so a.m, and :5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20, such things when you start the project next ,grow to enormous heights while producing
and 1983. Treatments should In winter: at tree planting time. -
contenders, Mondale, Hollings, this Sen. Hart begin early heavy crops of nuta.
far Only Gary
year. September. You will need to bring a legal SOme' of the Information might
votes to mention.
Hart received too few you 0 Plenty of advice is
available to in
received less than Askew, reporting description of the property to be treated. gather Will, include, location of existing you
Askew also took 74 of the 117 votes making final choices of tree types. A bit of
$823,204 so far this year. The economic. Importance of the Im- shade trees, growing conditions where you attention to the entire matter now can
cast in a straw vote Saturday in one Askew's record as an outstanding ported Fire Ant ,is difficult to assess. need more trees, length of time and angle mean big dollar savings in future years. A
Wisconsin county, where Mondale was ol Whereas most insects that are harmful to of the sun rays touching the sides of your, pamphlet entitled "Recommended Trees
Governor both from the standpoint
runner-up with 16, and the others scored agricultural crops,*lawns and ornamentals -' house, and directions of prevailing for Home Planting" ,as available upon request .
accomplishments, as well as honesty and physically damage the plants or breezes.Do not forget to note obstructions, at my office..-This. pamphlet can
even less.Perhaps. and integrity, entitle him to the support, crops, the impact of the Imported Fire Ant'' such as utility wires and septic tanks. Ills' assist you with further information during I
Askew and his staff worked both moral and financial, of his fellow is due primarily to its stinging man or the.east. side in the morning sun, and the. ,the selection process. < ,i

harder than the others in these two loca- Floridians. Those who would like to. animals and the presence of mounds.In "

tions, but the results show what he can show their support i in a very practical urban and'suburban areas, the Imported '
accomplish with organization and hard way and one that is vital at this time,' Fire Ant Is a stinging pest to users'of Soil' Conservation ServiceBradford : I
school recreational and
grounds, areas
work. send contributions to Askew for-
may : other public or private properties: The
But Askew needs'help mainly finan- President, 1465 South Miami Ave., mounds are also a nuisance and detract, County farmer have aa .unparalleled On the most erosive or other. lII&I'Cfaallucl. I

cial, that is if he is to continue leading Miami, Fla. 33130. \, garden from the appearance" of, the lawn. and. their eoil. and opportunity water conservation this year to Improve, those farmer acre* are for encouraged production to discontinue JIM of',},
properties. program crop Those a reemay 1
Any*Jim Faulkner Chairman of the be best suited .
Individual control methods 'of the Imported for-permanent. gra.ses. .
Soil and Water Conservation District. '
tree,or.wildlife.habitat :
Fire Ant are the use of baits and

contact poisons.Drenches. used as contact ''Under the Payment-In-Kind PIK) program The 1983 PIK program offer farmer a rare
Re i>tTt ,a P th: and other acreage limitation programs, opportunity to balance their abcll't-t farmers In, Bradford County are taking ,needs with their longer couMrvatlon and proo'
Letters.:?' numerous acre out of production. That ares ductivity goal sail ".uIbeI'. '
of the county I* pledged the PIK program :
I ,and DOW farmers tan put a great deal of oil For further information ''oa acstaaeecavailable
o di Tlmberwolf CB Club t and water:conservation on the ground. to prepare soil and water
e9 5 Receives Thanks and 'Mod plan on your land contact the RrsdfordSoU
;u14,ti 'Some of the erosive less productive and Water Conservation District the
I would like to express'a special thanksto acreage will be taken out of annual crop bee Soil Conservation Service office'in,Sttrke9044280. /
I r == i the Bradford CAinty'Timberwolf CB, and planted to grasses and legume as cover eit, :.1189. ".(0> .
t, If the sticks of gum Americans chew in a yeses time were placed and to end they Club who had a cope* break for Cassia crop.. This has the potential for saving oil fM, '" "
; could circle the earth more than 35 time Touchton June 24-30. ,Thank you for ail and ...te.1'0:1': aa'won'u building upnatural ,
! your time and energy in trying help this .fortuity.FaulluiM
family. The$250 which you raised Is really, '
still being said this i* also a good time for'
appreciated. Donations are
= f interested.. planning way* to Ot _till or other conservation
taken if else
d ln j. anyone ., tillage method Into the farm operation.On .
: I would also like to thank allot you who found "llif '
have already shown so much interest and move erosive acne, permanent conwrvatiom Any goods
"oooU '
practice such a* terrace English waters ori
help In this project. also want to thank grassedwaterways '
that have floated :
Some experts say we remember things better if we learn them just before going to bed ;you for the generosity you have shown. ,' windbreaks and other enduring English 0 onto) :
an ffcortlin
than if we learn them in the morning. Fewer events Interfere with the memory, they.,. practice can be Installed. without Interrupting tSi ,
1 ;i'' belong to crown.
.Y. Joyce Codey rash, crop production. ...
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July tl,1983 TELEGRAPH Page SA

Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez II I I


Celebrate 60th

Anniversary Social Side Of The News!

Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rufus Alvarez In the dining room was a U-shaped ;
Sr. celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary table covered by a two-tier, column
Sunday, July 3 at a family cake decorated in lavender and topped Gladys Moo ty Society Editor, 964-7608
Jerald at the home of Mr. and with a bell arrangement, baked ,
Mn. D. Baldwin' on Baylesa by daughter-in-law Julia Alvarez. At r* -t y > t y -tj I
Higbway. each end of the table were baskets of II
The 111 attending included all their silk summer flowers. Down the side I

seven children and families: Mr. and tables. at intervals,were bud vases oflavender
Mrs. La von Alvarez, Orlando, Mr. and white silk flowers. /
and Mrs. J.L. Alvarez, Middleburg., The buffet table was centered by a t+r *_ ,vw Brenda Masters and Rayfield Burns Jr. I
Mr. and Mrs. Duke DuBose, Jacksonville pedestal arrangement of white and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Owen R. Alvarez, lavendar silk flowers. All the clothson
Jr. Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez, the tables were ecru linen with lace Married
and} Mr. and Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwinof trim. May 28 in GrahamBrenda
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel The day before the dinner several eti I - -

Alvarez, Atlanta, Ga. Also attending members of the family and children Mr.and Mrs.O.K.Alvarei.ST. cathedral rratstitsssr r
were 18 grandchildren,.,three great painted the house,trimmed the heavy Masters and daughter of Mrs. decorated train.Queen Anne neckline
Effie the late with seed pearls and long
grandchildren and Cooper Arthur
brothers and shrubbery and installed a ceiling fan
Masters, Sr. of Starke, and Rayfield sleeves. A seeded pearl headpiece
sisters of
Mr. Alvarez.At which was a gift to their parents. A
points of Interest were lavenderand picnic supper was served at the end of Parties "' ;, Burns, Jr. of Starke son of Mrs. secured her fingertip veil.She carrieda .
white silk flowers.. the day's chores. Evelyn Daugherty of Orlando were bouquet of carnations and red roses.
Pool Party For united in marriage May 28 at 7:30: A reception was held in the church
Jane p.m. In Graham Baptist Church with fellowship hall.
Stonwlx-Hay Rev. James E. Starling performing The bride's table was centered witha
the three-tier cake decorated with blue
Jane Stanwix-Hay celebrated her roses and topped with blue
a orna-
Phyllis Rosier ; ninth birthday Friday,July 15 with i David Sparks presented a program ment. Mrs. Linda Dixon and Mrs.
backyard pool party and cookout 81 t of nuptial music. Barbara Masters cut the cake. me
her home fa Lake Hampton Oaks._ The altar was decorated with two Mrs. Debbie Ruis kept the bride's
Finds Law Career Rewarding' The 29 children enjoyed swimming, large containers of flowers and a book. Mrs. Alma Sparks and Mrs. Lil
games and contest before and after candelabra and a small arrangement Ayer presided at the punch bowl.
lunch.The partner-penny dive contest on the piano. Assisting were Miss Tara Dixon and
was won by TIm Lewis and Jane'e Paul Bailey was best man. Miss Julie Starling. I
Specializing in Child CasesPhyllis brother John. Brian Hall ant Miss Lisa Marie Griffis was maid of Following a wedding trip to
Michelle Gumming won the sac k honor.She wore a long blue gown witha Daytona Beach the couple is residing
race.The diving contests were won bi blue jacket and carried a arm bouquet at 2123 Raiford Road, Starke. Mr. & Mrs. David Hodges
Miller Rosier a graduate nursing home clients. In 1972 she Amy Noegel and Michael McKinney. of roses and carnations. The couple are both graduates of
of Bradford High School, is now ser transferred to Lake City where her Gem Lewis and Jane' grandmother Linda Dixon was flower girl. Bradford High School. She graduated QUESTION:
ving as an assistant state attorney in husband. Bud, Is with Ruth Shanbarger, grilled Given in marriage by her stepfather In 1982 and he graduated in 1978. Mr.
Live Oak,the first woman lawyer to. the Florida Department of hamburgers for the hungry Hubert Cooper, the bride wore Burns is employed at Union Correctional How do I schedule my
serve in that capacity.She Transportation.There she began her youngsters. Loree Cummlng and Linda a white floor length gown with Institution. valuables/ for insurance
was recently the subject of an work with abused children,and later Tougaw assisted in serving. ?
Interesting Interview in the "Miststm received her master's degree In After more swimming the group enjoyed purposes
rook" a Live Oak newspaper. social work. cake and ice cream. The cake,,
Following are some excerpts from She went to work at the State At- made by Jane's mother was ANSWER:
this article concerning Mrs. Rosier torney's office In Live Oak In 1961, decorated to resemble the family's I Parties for Engaged Couple With costs almost doubled
and the Important work she is now and soon began specializing In sex pool. Little Lane Tougaw from
carrying on in the Third Judicial Circuit ual abuse cases, both adults and Gainesville put the'candles on the within the past few
: children. She believes that such cake. Miss Pamela Tucker and Steven Miss Tucker was complimented at'a years, you could easily be
Mrs. Rosier 36, married and the cases are on the rise, and says that Jane's Jacksonville grandparents, Edmonds, whose marriage will be an luncheon Saturday given by Mrs. undercovered
mother of one teenage daughter, one of the greatest frustrations In Mr.and Mrs.Allen.Stanwix-Hay were event of August 27, were honored at Dea Rutledge and Mrs. T.H. Slade at on your
was the first woman hired as an attorney her high-pressure job is public Saturday visitors. three parties recently.Mr. the home of the latter on E.. Call valuables., To schedule
in the Live Oak State,At- misunderstanding.r'The general and Mrs. A. Russell Norman Street. items such as furs and

torney's office. public doesn't understand how difficult (Stork Shower .. gave a reception for Miss Tucker and The dining tables in the dining room jewelry on Insurance
She resides in Lake City and was it is to prosecute these cases. Mr. Edmonds on Friday, July 15 at and in the den were covered with your
formerly the area supervisor for the They don't understand why we don't For: Mrs. Carol Wise their home on East Call Street. white linen cloths. The table in the policy It is necessary to fur-
HRS Children's Service Unit In want to go to court with these kids i Guests were greeted by Mr. Nor- dining room was centered with a silk nish a current appraisal, or
Suwannee and Hamilton Counties. because it is particularly nerve- Mrs. Carol Wise was complimentedt man and presented to Miss Tucker floral and coral arrangement. Place a recent bill of sale. Then
While dealing with heartrending wracking to know you are going to a baby shower Monday June 30,< Mr. Edmonds Mr. and Mrs. NedTucker. cards marked the seating arrangement
cases involving children who suffered call small children to testify on such given; by Mrs. Kellie Luke, Mrs. Beth' and Mr. and Mrs. Howard for the 20 guests. you can schedule such
abuse she felt a strong urge to personal matters." Moore and Mrs. Louis Bennett at the....; Tucker brieelect.Mrs. parents and grandparents of The hostesses presented corsagesto Items for their full amount.
"!-et in there and fight for the Mrs. Rosier has a word of advice home of the latter in Starke. the the bride-elect and her mother and For more Information
children" herself. for families that might prevent their The refreshment table was covered .Norman Invited guests into the also a souffle dish to the honoree as a on
During her time with the HRS, needing her services in the future. |with a white lace cloth, centered with'a Florida room where refreshments memento of the occasion. how to Insure your
Mrs.Rosier went to Live Oak and set Parents should be open with their fresh flower arrangement of were served from a table covered valuables, please call us or
up the Children's Service Unit which children, talk with them and teach geraniums, daisies and baby's" with a white linen and lace cloth.The come by. We'll be most
deals with child abuse in many them to tell when someone tries to breath. The stork cake made by table was centered with a lovely ar- Pam Tucker and Steve Edmonds
forms. Her Job consisted of investigating touch them in an improper way. She [Diane Blume, was served by Mrs., rangement of white and peach daisiesin were honored at a couple shower happy to assist you.
reports of abuse dealing also said that parents need to knowat Bennett. Punch, nuts and mints were a silver epergne flanked by silver Saturday July 9, given by Nancy
with those situations and sometimes all times where their children are, [served alongside. candelabras Holding peach tapers. Hildreth, Don and Lisa Kelly and
( removing the young victims from and who is looking after them. Games were played and enjoyed by, Flowering plants and hanging Carl and Christie Torodo at the homeof
their parents.Along Although Mrs. Rosier likes her the guests during the party hours. baskets were used to decorate the the latter on Kingsley Lake.
the road to becoming' a present work and is satisfied that it Among the guests were Mrs. Millietarling party rooms. Pam and Steve enjoyed visiting HODGESInsurance
lawyer. Phyllis had worked as a Is filling a special need, she still has ,. grandmother and Mrs. Peach silk flower corsages were with the guests during the party
waitress became married,. had a dreams about the future."I'd like to Thelma Thornton aunt of the presented, to Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. hours. Hors d'oeuvres were served In
.i child, and ,received a bachelor's be on my own some day and deal r honor".. I L-A. Canova, Mrs. S.L. Peek, and the dining room. Agency
degree.at.tbe.Llalversiqr of FtoHdai-w Jlth, _.family.Jaw.! she says}J jf)Q f JMrs. ddi'hta jif" lriMr-r>W.& Haas, who helped. Mrs., The honored couple were presentedthe .
In 1970 she started working with" F P i1y. As r memento orfh<< Sorhtan serve the guests. sugar and creamer In their everyday 964.4571
HRS in Gainesville, dealing with Resler l .to the daughter of Mr. and occasion, Mrs Wise was given a 'Mr. and Mrs. Norman gave Miss china by the host and hostesses as
Mnw$.M. Miller of Stark.. "Teddy Bear Prayer" plaque. Tucker and Mr. Edmonds a book by a memento of the occasion.
Marjorie Palmer. White and peach
J Karen CrawfordShower: daisy. corsages were presented to
Bradford County MisstTucker, her mother and grand-
BriefsGerman Senior HonoreeMiss ; mother. Boutonnieres were given to Captain
Citizens Club
.Edmonds, Mr. Tucker father of
Karen Crawford, brlde-elect' ,,the bride-elect and Mr. Tucker D'5$6
Students Members who wish to go to the of Douglas Crawford,was entertainedat ". grandfather 4 Can Eat
Summer Visitors Here Regency Mall,Jacksonville,are to be a bridal shower Monday July 11 by Approximately 75 guesta called dur-
at St. Mark's Parish House at
8:30 Mrs. Eugene Tanner and Mrs. Jim ing the evening.
Thursday morning, July 21. Lewis at the home of, the latter, on
Three students from Erftstadt. A >'Pig-In-A-Poke" auction will be Madison Street. I SUMMER SAVINGSUse
West Germany are spending held Tuesday July 26, following a Upon arriving,'the bride-elect thebrldeeleeta
with Starke families. brown bag lunch at noon. Membersare mother Mrs. ?Neil Music for YOU-thU
these coupons one at a time or all at once.
Suzanne Chelius is visiting Mr. and
to bring a wrapped item to be auc- Crawford, the grooms mother, Mrs.. Youth Concert FridayThe
Mrs. James O'Brian for six weeks; tioned off. Friends and visitors Earl Crawford,'. ,the bride-elects Either way you'll get four delicious meals for
this is her third visit with the welcome .
O'Brians. Ante Dohman- staying grandmother Mrs.J.T. Lawson were Youth Choir from the Parkview only $6.00.

with the Wallace Wise family; this is presented corsages. Baptist Church Lake City, will pre-
Anke's second visit to Starke. 1978 ,Class Reunion After Karen invited opened to her the gifts refreshment the: sent a concert Friday night, July 22, .........CUP THIS COUPON.........
guests were at 7:30: at First Baptist Church
Veronika Petrustak is spending five Being Planned p.m. ,
table which was covered with an
Starke. Two tender fish fillets
weeks in the Bradford County area. FISH JL
ivory lace cloth centered by'an arrangement FRIES
She Just completed a week and a half The graduating class of 1978 Is.hav. of silk flowers. Second in the state in performanceas & natural cut french fries .
visit with the William Harrell family ing their five reunion. a youth choir, their music has been
year Punch and hors d'oeuvres wen! FOR
enjoyed fl 2
and southern
called dynamic. A fellowship I style hush =
in Brooker and is now with the Jerry. The party will be held on 8 ( the reception
Coup guesta. for the Parkview Youth and congregation &l.dU
Lawson family in Starke. p.m.,at the Starke Golf and by Among the ,guests 'were'' Miss' will be held following the I ONLY puppies. .
Club. Crawford's aunt, Mrs. Tom Harding Offer expires' July 2S. 1983
All teachers and administrative Jr.from Aberdeen I I Not ltI1 any_special D'S .
D.VV. ,personnel of the 1178 class are invited Maryland Let's make these young people feel :: =,: CaRtaln .
Attends to attend. Any class member who has. welcome! I lot participating Copt O'U place =

not paid may do so at the door Boll Brown
Optometrlc Anyone having questions may con-s Clbrots 83rd .. FULL GOSPEL .........CUP THIS COUPON.mmtmtmm.

In.Washington, D.C.. tact Terry Carver, Sonya Baldree. COMMUNITY CENTER Two tender fish fillets
F'ISH &r ,
Freida Holmes or Christie Torode. Bell Brawn celebrated her 83rd birthday FRIES .
Dr. and Mrs. D.W.. Whiffea Sunday, July 17.'at a family Hutfyurttr- man* 'natural cut french fries
June 22 to July 1 in dinner given at her home on Griffis Salvation' Makes You A Member FOR ]TO 2 =
Washington. D.C. I fc and southern style hush
her Mrs. . . 'D
where Dr. Whiffen attended the 84th Blessed EventsKristin Loop hosted by daughter, 8tf.4ay SAM. . $1
Annual Congress of The Cecil Rowe and members of the family .Mental WHINS.' . . _." y ONLY &&. puppies. .
Optometric Association.: American 1'MI'II ....., ......... .. ". ''''' 6'3fl Offer.. '..July 28,1983 1
Educational!: lecture were Nicole Manning : Bell has seven children.. 31. Two"t.epff ,.as:1 h. ,,"KtgM' MfIt8I... ..7:30 I :Not: good,with any 0_-,101 Captain D9s. .
grand- .
presented on all phases of care Including Mr. 'and {randchildren, I I
eye Mrs. Bruce Manning of children and five great, great grand- tar Copt.D'.I> place.uammmmmmu .
updates subnormal .
on vision
Brooker '
announce the birth of a eon .
that contact lenses and, new medications. Kristin Nicole, born July 8 In Alachua diildren.Forty-five members of the family FIRST ASSEMBLY GODHwy = CUP THIS COUPON IBBBBBBBBBPiCU .
are available. '
General, Hospital. wiped Mrs..Brown celebrate this oc- 19 W.i Weldon 964-6971
While in Washington, Rep. Fuqua Maternal grandparents 'are' Mrs. 1 I I CL FRIES Two tender fish fillets,
arranged for the W ten to tour the Mary'Wffllngnam of Brooker and the rasion. Congregation Watson and to I I ..? natural cut french fries N
Invite You
White The
House. Before
returning home late Guy Wlflingham. J
they toured the Amish country in Pennsylvania Paternal grandparents are Mr: and STARKE Come and Worship. With Us IllIIIday I I FOR QJB 50 and 2 southern style hush =
Mrs.Otis Teuton of Brooker and Ie....... . ..-. . ..1011Mm .
and Mrs. 'James,Manning of Fair-Mr. CHURCH OF GOD *..* w._. ... .' ..11 "N I ONLY V sFU' puppies. .
banks. ad, E..7 Put I| 'Off y> 'July 28, 1983 4l> 3 T 9sB
44-5445 :
422 N. St. ;
f Ca
VMantey w.fw.7.: PM .I| Not good any olhwipccM KrT l W? JJ* CTI

RJE Class Reunion Hannah Marie Barton Walter P. Mont, PastorWe .I I M pamctattno Copt o'sl a gre little seafood place"liaaaBBaBB3l .

Held at .Camp Standing I Invite you to worship with us. I' mmmmmONE
Mr.. and,Mia Dolphus Barton of Attended Nursery : | CUP THIS COUPON ..

1961 class of RJE observed Lake announce the birth of a Dial-A-Prayer =I .Two
The daughter SunclaSChool..I'.tO.rn & tender fish fillets .
Marie born I FISH FRIES
Hannah SIn
It a July '
their first reunion In 22 years. was Morning' 11 .rn 9644712For *
momentous occasion with former Alachua General Hospital. She Worship >.ti. + I I .' natural cut french fries .

classmates coming from as faraway joins.a.slater. Amanda, age 18,mon Evening S.rvl<* .i" "..-.,0--..6 P" Spiritual Uplifting =I g FOR Qj| and 2 southern style hush

as The Columbus.reunion Ohio was and a two-day Miami Fla.event. ths.Maternal grandparents are Mr:and Wednesday:Mouth,.. ,f ,..7:30 pm I I ONLY H? i .50... puppies. .

J which, with began a picnic Saturday at Cam morn ng/K., July i Lake Mrs..Earl and great W. Crawford grandmother of Kingsley Is Mrs. 1 H sass,+"wlts4a" o /4a +sells'. -.1"4oaeaa ...- ..... I I I 'Not Offw' good.xplmJuty28,19B3 with' any ottwifMOlal.: 'Captain JJP V9 Stoi I.

The dinner, held at the Amelia' Crawford of Gainesville. = = :
Lake. 1y capt
ingsley pai iMno o'D place .
on Saturday Paternal Mrs. Nancy laptist Church I .
National Guard Armory Jacksonville Kinsey$ Lake 1 ,'
evening served ,the purpose, .of Spence of, and. Gus ISIff .CBnaiaiCUPTHBCOUPONHBBnffnBIHH!

providing an members opportunity of the for class more and' Brady of Folkston, Ga. -Where everybody somebcd end Jesus Christ U Lord"' f J&f MONDAY'AND TUESDAY

the dinner were' Timothy(Michael Starling, $3 69
socializing. .
former teachers of the class of 1961: Sanity .......:,', Two 2 Piece Fish Dinners ..
,C.C.. ,Anderson, Mrs. loa'' H. Mike and Sandy Starling of Starke IfcOfl ,SwUsf aches?
Mr. Hardwick Taylor and Mr: announce the birth of a son, Timothy :* wn Each dinner Includes:two golden brown fish fillets crisp
Diggs Mr.Shell. Michael born Friday, July. 1.at. 11M tm Mtrotag WonMp french fries creamy cole slaw and 2 southern.style
Elmer K. .
On Sunday morning July' 3, the Alachua General Hospital. 6:30: p..Church Training jUn f* hush puppies.
Maternal grandparenla'are Nick WmMpif !
members ,congregated at 7:31.EY IIItJ
class .
Philadelphia Baptist Church to share and Ruby Harper of Starke. Maternal .......if* .
In their homecoming activities. great grandparent are Henry and 7at..w. fraytr$ lice
event that was Hazel Browder of Starke. Paternal Captain
This reunion was an
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f Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell of Pompano CONTEL '
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''t tyt ,i Lawtey News and maternal grandparents are Mr. Beach spent Sunday with their Public q

and Mrs, Frank Martin of Kansas City brother-in-law and sister' Mr. and ./ ''iSiff1 l
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Gospel Sing SundayAt Rev. Gene Eberhordy by phone EII..tIa-'Terr7..7824300 Mrs.!Mo' Connie Mosley of 1 VaxviUe-' Mark Henry of Crystal't.ake spent imum Telephone of $".90 rates per could month go for up residential a max. is expected if the rate Increase is and service Improvements. \ ;;":uLl'OII.1' .":"\\\I.\ towns now have the most modern private lines and In Improved service.In "We are... using every efficiency

Church of God Speaker for Baptist WMU PERSONALS was a Saturday overnight guest of net the weekend with his parents,Mr.and customers statewide If the granted by' the FPSC. According to McGehee says that CONTEL's' switching systems available to date, addition, Cottondale, Alford, possible to hold down our cost, In-
parents,Mr.and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Mrs.. Patrick Henry of Lawtey. Florida' Public Service Commission CONTEL's public affairs supervisor, Florida operations spent over This enable the customers to have Bonifay, Sneads, Westvllle, Reynolds. cluding energy savings with smaller
The Starke Church of God, locatedat Rev. Gene Eberhardy will speak at Rev and Mrs. James Tompkins of Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons, (FPSC) grants the rate increase re Linda Wester,I the additional revenue $5.427,000$$, In .1982 to meet Its speed of call and obtain additional Hill and Lawtey exchanges are type vehicles and energy reductionsIn
422 N. St. Clair St.?. will have a the First Baptist Church: general Starke moved to the' parsonage at their son and daughter-in-law, Mr, Justin and Brannon of Jacksonville, quest of the Continental "Telephone'\! would be used to fund the company's' customer's demands for improved,, calling services such as Touch- scheduled for the more modem com our buildings. Increased training to
gospel sing Sunday evening;, July 24, Woman's' Missionary Union luncheon Lawtey week before last. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly, visited their spent the weekend with their grand Company (CONTEL), construction program and to attract services. "Continental Telephone Calling and Custom-Calling that were puterized switching systems, which all our employees help them do their
with services beginning at 6 p.m. meeting Tuesday,Aug 2, at .12 o'clock' Rev.. and Mrs. James Tompkins, sister and aunt, Mrs. Sarah Hallman parents, Mr, and Mrs. J.D. Kelly, Business customers: would, see a the capital needed to maintain' and Company employees have worked .not available before,," says McGehee. will make the new calling service jobs better and more efficiently," he I
The special singing group will be noon, on "The Way International." pastor of Grace United Methodist of Keystone Heights on Wednesday. Mr.and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and maximum increase of about $1130$ improve services. hard over the last several years to "We want to continue that pace (of available to those customer.. also. says.'Today's.
Henry Harrington with the ldey$. Rev. Eberhardy is an associate Church, and their son and daughter Mrs.. Genelle Underwood of Green family of Lakeland spent the weekend per line per month, but both residen- Jeff McGehee, vice-president: and maintain and Improve services," he providing services) In the future, but When that Is completed all CONTEL, complex society and ad-
The public is Invited to attend. Rev. minister at the West Normandy Bap-- In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tompkinsand Cove Springs spent few day with with their mother, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright tial and business customers in general manager of CONTEL's' says. our ability to do so depends upon our exchanges in Florida will l be using the vanced technology is placing greater'
Walter F. Montz. pastor. tist Church in Jacksonville. He Is in- son, Joshua, of Stafford,; went to her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Ear? exchanges would see lower increases many, Florida' operations,says that the conv' ''For example, we have providednew level of earnings," he says. more efficient digital equipment.. demands on the telecommunications
:: volved in youth and outreach programs Tampa Monday and Tuesday' to visit Prevail. say CONTEL sources. Service pany's last rate Increase was made In cable facilities In the last 12 mon The upcoming construction budgetfor "Our service improvements and expansion Industry add particularly on the I
there and because of this in- Dr. and Mrs.,R.L., Sutherland. Mrs.Helen Roberts and son Doug of Miss Arthurine Blanchard, assistedby charges would also connection April of 1982 and six months after the ths In our Marianna, Santa Rosa, CONTEL over the next few years budget depend on our earnings telephone companies.. All these Improvements I
volvement h has become an Mrs. Hardee and children' the weekend go up request,, the FPSC granted only 31' Starke and Bonifay These Includes If is ,,
quite Kathy Ft. Lauderdale spent Mrs. Allis Strong and Miss Linda customers can reduce this charge exchanges. more cable Installations in our rate request approved are to provide our i
Pleasant Grove authority on the many modern tended her nieces, Jennifer Chesser, with her grandmother, Mrs. Rossie Norman, went to Baker County Nursing doing some of the work themselves.by percent of It Its Increase. The revenue cables Improved service and made all the company's' exchanges in we'll' be In a better position to follow customers with the best telephone
a aTina United Methodist Church religious cults that permeate the birthday party Wednesday June 29. Reddish. Home at Macclenny last Wednesday An additional $1,689,084$ in provided by that Increase fell short of private line service available to more Florida to meet the increased demand through h with our Improvement system available today," says I
cities. They served Coke, hot dogs,cake and Mr. and Mrs. ''George Roller spent to celebrate Miss Enza Blan- revenue the amount needed for construction subscribers. In addition, most of our in telephone service, both! in, plans, says McGehee.. McGehee.,
The public is cordially Invited to the ice cream for dessert Friday and Saturday with Mr. and chard'B' ) 95th birthday. Reverend and
Friday night, July 22, at 8 pm. covered dish. luncheon to hear Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Wise of Mrs. Grover Young of Mulberry,Fla. ,Mrs. Tompkins were also there to
Usher Board No. 1 and No. 1 will be and his timely message. Theressa are the proud of a Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Ice
Eberhardy parents with the celebration.
Mae Smith celebrating their anniversary at Plea daughter, Heather Lynn, born Saturday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. help served to all cream Tom '' Pirkin& "" I
Paul Hutchlns,Jr. sant Grove United Methodist Church. ,July 9In, Shanda Hospital. She lain and Mrs. Wendell Kelly, visited E.L. and cake were present.. Casey SayS "JVo. / and Chonsint' Hoard. D ///rv.' j Arfinn ..
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Tina Mae, Smith, from Pleasant Grove Baptist Churchin First Christian care. Kelly, Sr. in Veterans Hospital on Mrs. Fred Moore and her daughter,?,

Paul C. Hutchins Jr. Keystone Heights.On Church ActivitiesThe their Mr.aunt.and Mrs.Miss Ralph Elizabeth Futch Terry visited, on Tuesday visited Mrs.in Thelma Gainesville.Kelly in They Alachua also Mrs. Ernestine Thomas of Live Oak, Saying he'll' have no part In a ""pick- no part of discriminating:. against Davis family home Is four miles f from// the new apartments by Stokes Co.: Jackson, & Reegar for additional ar- which state monies can be spent.

Sunday, July 24, Sunday school! Friday' evening before returning General Gainesville, on visited their sisters,Mrs. Jewel Wade Ing and choosing" arrangement,, .children. KH schools but .14 miles from Bradford -, are being built on. chtectural services on the late com- I
To Wed 'August 6 only will be held at .10 a.m. Everyoneis First Christian Church of home Saturday morning, .16. Tuesday. Hospita and Mrs. Margie Boyer who live In Supt. Tom Casey recommended and If Clay schools: won't' accept Bradford schools. The wife works, in pletion of the Hampton Elementary C Tentatively!:> approved a school
invited to attend. Starke will have Vacation Bible Karen Futch and Kristina July Brantley' Vernon Teston the weekend the Palm Avenue Baptist Church the Bradford school: board delayed action children he'll' stop releasing Gainesville, the husband Is partially >Approved, effective July 1 1., the addition. School board member J.T.. starting( date of Aug. 24 for teachers,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Smith of. Rev. Willie Session, pastor. School July 24 through 29th from 7 tog 9 remained with their grandparents for with his parents,Mr.spent and Mrs.Lonnie Tower, Tampa Thursday until Sun- Monday,July '18 8.on approval of a them, Casey said."Apparently disabled and said it would be easier appointment of Ted Oglesby as Parrish's' position was the bill Is,'s who will have three days of pre
Homestead announce the engagement p.m. each evening. the rest of the summer after their Teston. He is going to Tampa to help day. They returned to Live Oak on proposed Inter-schoolsystem transfer they're' picking and for him to pick the children up at KH full time county vocational director result' of Abney Construction Com- planning rather than four after ip-
and approaching marriage of Jim Faulkner, director, invites parents went home on July 16. his son, Michael move to a Missouri Sunday and Mrs. Moore remained agreement with the Clay County choosing" Supt. Casey said. rather than In Bradford County,Supt. and named David Smith director of pany's delay in completion and shouldbe proval by the Bradford Education
their daughter,Tina Mae to Paul Clifton everyone from kindergarten age and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts of t hospital as a physical therapist.Mr. there until Wednesday at which time School Board. The school board said it would Casey told the Bradford School,. the vo-tech center. Oglesby has been part of the damages the school Association bargaining team. The
Hutchins,Jr of Gainesville Gainesville!,son of older with a special class for adults. Starke are the proud parents of a and Mrs. Charley Mosley and she came home. There is nothing reciprocal about delay action until Supt,Casey has a Board. i holding both title A replacement has board Is seeking. calendar cannot oe finally approveduntil
I One R. Nelson of and Special SpeakerAt Elaine Smith will be music director daughter Elisha Madeline, born family of Highland were Sunday dinner Mrs. Geneva Redding of Wildwood the agreement the Bradford School report from Clay officials. Some 200 Bradford students now at! not been named for Smith's positionas the new teacher contracts Is approved
Paul C. Hutchins, Sr. of Starke. Union and Ruth Shanbarger will be in Tuesday,;,July '12 2. in Shands Hospital, guests of their parents, Mr. and visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Sunday Board has signed for the past 8 or 9 For years it has been the practice tend Clay schools. If required to at-;, community education director. C!:>Was told by architect: Al Dompe .
P.B. Church
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planned roofs
Aug. the
pitch Is flowing off new on
charge of refreshments. Gainesville. Paternal Mrs. Lonnie Teston. afternoon. years, pointed out School Board for Bradford students in the Keystonearea tend Bradford school: the students'
at Atlanta Temple LDS, Atlanta, Ga. Exercise classes on Monday and grandparents Member Judy Becker, who said the to attend KH schools, and for would mean some $$280,000, In additional -'" C>Accepted for evaluation by the the middle school: and Phase 4 of the >Was told Supt. Casey will have
Miss Smith Is a graduate of South Elder Charles Sandage from Wednesday evenings In the agreement allows Clay students to at- Clay students at Kingsley Lake to at- monies from the Florida administrative staff bids on food products high school: the hot,humid weather, more Information on the health insurance
Dade High School and is attending Donaldson> Arkansas, will be at Fellowship Hall will not be held durIng I tend Bradford schools: ,not vice-versa. tend Bradford schools.In : Education Finance Program. chemicals, gas and oil, so a grout stopper one inch higher plan offered through the NE
Santa Fe Community College.Mr. Union Primitive Baptist Church, Bible School but will begin againon 1 That is correct, agreed Supt. Casey, the KH area there is a two-mile typewriter repair, paper products, than planned and costing some $$300. Florida Education Consortium by the
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Hutchins is graduate of Brad- located on Morgan Road C-233 one Aug. hPatrick You Know and the current proposed agreementIs limit, and outside of that limit Brad- In other July .18 action, the school: pest control, and small wares. must be installed to keep. the tar on board's' special meeting at 7 p.m.
ford High School and the University of and one half miles west of Hwy. .16 the same as signed before.' ford students are not allowed to at- board: Chevron of Macclenny was low on gas the roof. tonight (Thursday, July 21)).
Florida. He Is teaching school at near Starke, starting Monday July 25 Among those from Starke to attend Mrs. Joho Stringer and daughters Mrs. Al Waddell was honored at a Reports from Bradford residents tend KH schools, Casey said he at .9189 per gallon. Register Oil of
Hawthorne High School. at t 7 pm. Services will continue Jordan attended Scamp the Robert Harris/Cathy/ Shine wed Rebeccca and Betsy of Pleasant Hill, surprise birthday supper given by her living near Keystone Heights that one understands. Casey said he does not >Was offered by Ronnie Newman.., Starke bid 1.032 per gal. >Heard architect AI Dompe reportthe Another matter'Thursday' night
through Sunday, July 31.' Everyone la Week for younger campers at the ding Saturday afternoon at Immaculate Ala. are visting her mother, Mrs. husband Wednesday.. July 6,' at the child is allowed to attend Clay schoolsat care what limit policy Is followed in land across Brownlee Road from the asbestos removal project Is 90 will be to discuss what buses to buy
welcome to attend. Christian Service camp, south of Conception Church in M.R. Judd this week. Western Steer Steakhouse.." Several KH but a child across' the street Is KH just .so the policy is not vo-tech center. Newman offered the >Accepted the low bid $$2,333, from percent complete with only 2 or 3 for the 83-84 school: term to replacetwo
Elder Sandage will also be at Salem Keystone Heights. Jacksonville were: Mr. and Mrs. friends and family members enjoyedthe not admitted concern Supt.. Casey. discriminatory.The land if the board is interested, and Teal Tile & Carpet'of Starke for small Jobs where pipe wrapping aging and mileage weary vans.
Did You Know.,.......... Primitive Baptist Church on the 5th This weeks campers from the Warren Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Mir. and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and occasion. Afterwards cake and "We've' not denied a single student Clay School Board in July.14 ac- said he is willing to sell on terms if the carpet for two classrooms at Hampton material has to be removed, but not Operations Director Lennard
Sunday at 7 p.m. in Adel, Ga. and at Starke church are: Terri! Rowe, Jerome Johns,Mrs.Bobby Biggs,Mr. family of Colorado Springs, Colo are refreshments were served at the who has been released from their tion denied a the request of a Brad- board doesn't' have the money now. totalling .1,649, square feet. replaced, remain. Register supplied information that a I
Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Hernandez and Tired Creek Primitive Baptist Churchon Tracy DeVoe, and Kevin Jordan. and Mrs. SO.! Denmark. Mr. and visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bassett. county... we don't' pick and choose,," ford family living near Melrose to Board members said they will hold a 16-passenger would cost $$13,175, and a
Carlos returned from Monday night, Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. Rev. Raymond Baer is serving as a Mrs. Sandy Sanderson Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby in Starke and Mr. and said Supt. Casey who adamantly told allow to of their children to attend work session on the topic. Property In >Declined to pay a $$4,093, bill from >Okayed in advance paying the '19-passenger bus$$14,300., Register ad-
two son. weeks, tour of Saturday near Cairo, Ga. counselor this week. Herb Nelson Mr. and Mrs. David Mrs.Edward Davis in Gainesville for Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler spent the Bradford school board he wants schools in Keystone Heights.The A.C. question is part of the 119-acre parcel. the architectral firm of Salley, cost, some $$2,500, of seven membersof vised purchase of the '19passengerbus
Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hull., three weeks before reporting in Montgomery last week at Daytona Beach. a building facilities team due hereAugust .. which has dual rear wheels and a
Switzerland, Hungary and Austria. Ala. for 811. The team will come said he will
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Jr. Larry a new assignment.Mr. up Register
Cecelia Did You Know.,.......... Williams, Mrs. Robert Autry? and ; Mrs. Lucian Johns of Jacksonville with a new buildings project list on have more Information tonight.
Terwillegar represented Friends of Mrs. W.W. Hood, former daughter, Cassie,Chris Wilson,Susan and Mrs, Jim Womack were visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -
Bradford last
Suwannee County River Thursday at the at Friends of Mrs. J.W. Kincaid will Camp Standing resident, will regretto Faulkner,.. Darlene Hobbs, Peggy, vacationing last week in Gatlinburg Maxie Carter, Sr. on Sunday., Commissioners 'Tour' Lawtey.NE, and SE SectionsBradford
Authority meeting regret to learn she is patient in hear she died July 7In 7 Tallahassee Richardson Debra Williams,' Terry and Columbia, Tenn., _ _. _. _ .
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Alachua General Hospital with a Rev. John M. Flynn, also a former Minx. Mrs. Ralph Bryan and
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Loper. Jr. broken hip she received in a fall at resident, conducted graveside'ser. daughter Debra, Waunita Winter,: Mrs. W.H. Thomson visited"her son,, Commissioners toured Water had covered the area In. a At Crystal Lake commissioners inspected .-,, cording to Commissioner. Maxie Dr. Dennis ConnaughtonAssociated
and family returned Monday from home Wednesday of last week. vices at Oakland Cemetery, in Mr. and Mrs. C.E. O'Steen' anddaughter ,and daughter-in-law. Mr; and Mrs. Lawtey and the northwest of the county heavy rain the week before. the newly,, paved Speedville',; Carter;
three weeks visit with their parents, Tallahassee on July 9. Heather and Dr.;and.Mrs.. Henry Thomson in Birmingham, Ala. the morning of July 11 and the Resident Myra Rafuse wants the Road on a 'real nice job" was ", In other July 11 action,the Commis- ( with Dr. Harry Gruen)
first of the week.
George Loper, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs The Methodist Softball team had a P.G. Felos. Women are on the payroll.of wary southeast section around Crystal county to drain Blanchard Bay before done, says Chairman Lawrence*I sion:
major Industry group but ore specially Lake in the afternoon. ''cleaning out the drainage ditch by her Now Announces
Lodeski Mosley.
Benjamin in Upland, Pa: cookout and swim party Saturday Mr.'and Mrs. Brad Carter and '
They spent three days In Ocean City, afternoon at the Warren Winkler of son concentrated In the rvlco-produclng Flooding problems to be taken care home. Mrs.: Rafuse says water fills They also visited Bud Emory's' Approved the move of the PublicDefender's
N.J. While on their visit, Mrs. Loper home with 20 attending.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Desso Forman and Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Keith MCtor of the economy. Of all employ**! of at Monroe Street, between Pine and the bay then comes up Into her yard. Geneva Lake Estates near Lake Offices from the old cour-- '
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and her mother were working a IOn spent Friday, to Tuesday at' Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams returnedlast Petersburg were In the wrvk producing sector In 1982, Grove Streets, in Lawtey were\ the The five commissioners then Geneva where roads had been repav- thouse to the S.G. Denmark buildingon
crossword puzzle and one of the questions J.G. Jackson of Starke, Mrs. Daytona Beach. Friday from Bangor!, Maine, weekend visitors of their Jr.parents Mr. half were women; In contrast women first on-the-road problem the commissioners : visited the Whispering Pines Trailer ed while the contractor was working, Madison Street, the offices now oc-
was "name a small town In Bernice Kennard of Bronson and Mrs. where Dr. Adams attended the Institute Mrs. Maxie Carter, mode up o little over one-fourth of the looked at.. The five commissioners Park in the Norman and Alvarez area on Speedville Road. cupied by the accounting; ,firm of Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM
Florida with six letters." Mrs. Loper Ila Rain of Chlefland spent July 6-11.. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Green of in Occupational Hearing Loss Lucile Green and workers In goods-producing Industries, agreed, to dig a ditch out in the NW part of the county the At the Starke Golf and Country Club Davis, Monk & Farnsworth, Inc.
thinks she is the only one in Pa. to on a tour from Macon, Ga. to Wake Forest N.C. spent Wednesdayto at the University' of Maine In Orono. first at Shirley Watana according to a U.S. Labor Department of the north side of Blanchard Bay Into stomping ground of CommissionerE.L. area commissioners found the main which Is moving to the new Whitehead 459 W. Call 964-5152
guess that the answer was Starke. Nashville, Tenn. They also visited Sunday visiting their parents, Mr. Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. J.H. were of last Duplicate week. Rhea Bridge Johnson Tuesday publication. a large drainage ditch which leadsto (Nook) .Norman, and agreed paved road will be lost if it is not Building now under construction on
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Evans in and Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs, Moseley, spent the week with Mrs. and Lora night : were second. New River to,relieve the problem. where to work to relieve drainage.. retopped in the next few months, ac Edwards Road at Bradford Square. ,
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. State. Attorne .. 's Office ReceivMi e. 3O Felony' Cases in"June' ', 1The 1

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A i A The state attorney's office handled the state attorney or the,court. Five December 9' for grand theft, case
Bradford County office of the office declined to prosecute received due to insufficient evidence. ,
of Juvenile cases ,IIo -judlclal dropped
The office executed two 37 initial appearances or arraignments
State Attorney received 30 felony arrested I
action Mary Gordon January
cases during the month of June. Infor rants and accepted three Ins in traffic court. 12 cases approval. mischief violation of -
Cases dismissed during the monthof for criminal probation
tlillmlss"J handled to
Five of violation of were subsequent arraignment / -
mations were filed on 25 prior cases cases June Include; dropped due to insufficient
and 12 cases were dismissed by the were handled by the state Randall A. Roberts arrested evidence.

court of the state attorney's office. misdemeanor Informations cases were filed ', There were no Juvenile petitions filed December 18 for trespassing with a Rocky C. Thompson arrested.
There One prior cane was dismissed! by firearm on Gilman Paper Co., state March IS for burglary-grand theft
were five jury trials and the month. 101 prior cases wrir attorney unwilling to prosecute due to case dropped at the request of the investigating -

insufficient evidence. _. agency.
Donald Bennett arrested May for A sworn complaint against a FSP
. Solar Water Heaters Might Be Worth Investment purgery, victim does not wish to proinmate for possession of a weapon by I
dro pea due
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Questions sizing and suitability: directed to the Public Information Of. Jay Nugent arrested February lnsuftlclent;;; ; evidence.
Solar water heaters aren't for the Florida Solar Energy Center for specific home on situations;- well fice, Florida Solar Energy Center,300 1 for grand theft,SA unwilling to prosecute A sworn complaint of, worthless
everyone. But for those whose family (FSEC). The FSEC Is affiliated with and as requests for brochures, fact sheets State Road 401, Cape Canaveral Fl. due to Insufficient evidence check, case dropped when restitutionwas I
size and hot water needs warrant the the state university system
32920. Clarence David Miller arrested made.
investment solar systems can trim located at Cape Canaveral. and guides to solar systems,should be

hundreds of dollars a year off electric
Conventional water heaters typically
account for at least 20 percent of AMERICAS FAMILY DRUGSTORE

the monthly electric bill, averaging YOU CAN SAVE UP TO 50%
approximately$270 yearly for a fami- AN EXAMPLEOF

,But since solar systems use the
sun's energy to heat, they can cut as GENERIC
much as 70 percent off monthly water substituting Tolbutamldafor

heating electric costs, or almost $200 1 Last year atone our customers saved over$8 million Ofinase and OvDyridamote forPefsanflne
year. And various financial Incentives WIth. Eckerd Generics. $ one Eckerd customer
are available to help saved over$85.00 on two prescriptions
homeowners pay for these systems. Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist if your prescriptioncan last year alone!
The federal government offers an be filled with one of the 300 Generics now
income tax credit up to 40 percent of available.

the cost of solar equipment. Florida ..................................--.............-........... ............___.n.__.......__...
exempts solar systems from the sales
tax. And Florida Power & Light Co.
gives cassh incentives up to $400 to
eligible customer Installing solar SOME FACTS ABOUT
water heating. 1
Considering all these incentives, a SUMMERTIMEINSECT
$1600 system can coat as little as$900.
So, while the price of solar systemscan BITES KOJaias "

be high, they can pay for ANTACID TABLETS
themselves in Just a few years in
&@f@fXl J
energy savings. RolaidsANTACID ,
Solar water heating systems In- NSA
clude collectors that gather the sun's Cf'ilCfl/ 1J a& waters

heat, tubing through which heat Is ..nASiinr L AIM"M M
transported, a water storage tank HYfHAKI.KS: I U. IIMM-K: : KOIa 998
from which the household draws KCKKHI: I'IIARMAC1iT ANTACID I i ,
water,and a back-up water heater for
when sunlight in insufficient or hot
water demand is unusually high. Once ugain summer is here with U
:The system works by circulating (he new flowers and all the insotla
cool water from the storage tank that go! with them With Klornl.iiibural.incc 's --J
through tubing in the collectors. Heat of Inset.bites und slings ;,
gathered by.the collectors transfersto increasingly common ROLAIDS DAWN DURACELL'are

the water, and hot water returns to Appropriate prevention Is the best ANTACID NET LIQUID "AA" SIZEBATTERIES
the tank for household use. In direct AQUA
approach but Tor that troublesome I
pumped systems an electric pump ; ; TABLETS DETERGENT
biu>which will before .
probably occur
moves the water !from the tank to the 12-TMLET ft-OZ. 32-02. MN15OO-Z
collectors. With thermosyphon seasons. end. check! with an rxkerd:: HOU t TYPES ..... rit E' .... ass
systems, the tank Is mounted above pharmacist for the Ix treatment in 79<= 3-MH.LPM.+ 9ge Limit 2 169 Limit 2
the collectors to use gravity, insteadof your particular ruse Limit 1
a pump, to move the water. In closed Ktkerd: sbxks un extensive line of .
loop systems, an antifreeze solu- antihistamines! and topical lotions to
tion circulates through the collectorsand help !soothe that sting and Itch Some
into a heat exchanger.All or these medications warn to check ;wr.-v.Jtj / e
solar water heating equipment with your doctor first If you have VIP PH0123O-WATT
sol-} in Florida must be certified by 12'X 18"
high blood pressure heart or thyroid. HAIR DRYER
disease! or diabetes, Your Kckerd:: SUGARLESS GUM r '
.,IB PACK P-1ZM Ssf. 14 SO
pharmacist will gladly discuss any I TTPtt us*, sr ... aa lsirtrt.wtwt GRILL WITH SPfCIAI BUATI Offfr ;i:
Community questions you may have about the ., WITH 17 NUI SO HQ ,sots, 10.99 f".
mile use of these medications A 2 880. e
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I News, '\" ''''' '1h F' h.' of<' 4'SUAVE ', ( w Limit,2 packs,j't-- !j it'w--" I 'fi i'". ii,2t\n.; \ t:Ill [ fes". ......t.lial.

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LADIES' TERRY .r, :' 2 speeds, 4 neats.CONDITIONER .
by Elizabeth Walker SHAMPOO or ... .. w
Church News... 1:1,)..... Suavt-- ..sg.teS.tS ".I LUNCHMATE .. MINI DRIPCOFFEEMAKER
The Youth of Greater Allen Chapelwill Old ':;: '.;o COOLER

be in charge of the services SUn- limit 2 3" au t ..
day, July 24, at 11 a.m. Speaker will 99. 9 I 99
be Matt Sinclair of Channel 4 ULTRIX
Eyewitness News. DISPOSABLE
All members are asked to "'ellal. With food tray. Heats soups too!

cooperate with this activity. The <=
public is invited. 1! "*Ij; W X 50 REINFORCED MULTIBANDRADIO
The Fellowship of Churches mon- Limit 2 packs GARDEN HOSE
thly, meeting will be held at Allen .
stsos olio 12 00
Chapel Sunday at 3 p.m.The public Is EXCEDRIN from Illustration. rilrrrats =
invited. EXTRA STRENGTH 8 2e. f j

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":Levi Hankerson, from eastern Pennsylvania -Ii TUBULAR HANGERS OSCILLATING Weather 4 e
and friend are visiting PACK w aus Ali broadcasts,
Mrs. Ella Mae Tyson his mother, at *, rr lr..* SPRINKLER
Pleasant Grove.Card Limit 1 2100 _= tei no.*e.M 100-PAGE DELUXE

of Thanks FOREVER TAN =--- '
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Of,In Mil Memory OoUflhler 2" L L 25% OFF 1 SUNRAXER i oMru 88 -' .

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Tim' goes by and I still cry. ALOE JUICE 2ui"oi las.iss ........, 1.19 98 CANON SNAPPY 20
Winter Spring and Fall 32-e.L....S.MUV 35mm CAMERA
Still I listen 'for your call. 1. GET 1 ? '

Two,I..... ago I told farewell FREE 9-FOOT EXTENSION 999iJt

")o you and that l I.when Limit 1 oxen CORD ,, SHAKESPEARE \
My happiness andad. MAXI >I COLOR*tsf 1.Tf SPINNING COMBO Built-in (Mesh'auto
film advance .
f, I ga an from day today EXTRA-LONG ,,,:>. I" 25s9 MIT TNIPMNT
And all the tI.... I pray- / THICK LASHMASCARA it a ireus. WIT ROLL or PHOTOS
Why couldn't It .nova boon ..... fML MWUSUM S 54 SAUMI
Instead of You. ../. s: y't.N SYLVANIA 3-WAY HI&H-BACX OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF r
So .beautiful, and Sweet SOFT WHITE HERCULON ALARM CLOCKS 1 ,
Never a dull moment. ".;(. 1 OgLimtt LIGHT BULB '
Always laughing and now Z r M/100/1SS WATTS 'SEAT COVER /C.i3'Tl0' OFF
All that Is gone. CURITY Me. 23* tt ss j12j2
Sot my darling Debbla. COSMETIC PUFFS ,By Timex, higraham 743aM
You are not alone A morel
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ALLBEE with C 4:4
Who slipped away July 2O. 1980. ,ts-s. s tul.otis setllU7gc
399 Limit 1 ass. t.ie '
Oh How tinted. I I. the Promise 1 1ft1
When Our Spirit 'to sat Free < 199
Ta .. Absent from the Body stele."I"
Means to live O lord with Thee.Your laving. Family REMZOCAINECREME! 1

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Card of ThanksOur a I.,

"-'f.1t'ke, to all who extend
comforting sympathy and help In our OPEN DAILY 0 to 0, SUNDAY 0 to 8. Sale Prices good thru Sat July 23rd.
Vacant sorrow. For the beautiful service WE RESERVE THE RIGHT. : TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. '
;floral,offerings,and other kindnesses,wa"Ore SYSTEM 2 PROCESSING.',

deeply grateful. TWICE THE PRINTS .._----- '
family of Mormon Sander

-- } I TWICE TWICE_ THE THE GUARANTEE FILM .... Bradford Sq., Shopping Center I,

The Family of Geraldine Williams' .,( ,8315. Walnut Street' -,Starke: ; ,
wishes" express their deep appreciation ; YC.'I; }, v1 "j ,;
far all the food flowers and expressions I.-' ,"' Charge It!. 551 li""J" ,"...ff1.i.tI ),,,",\\' ",,,,.,\',"
at sympathy. In the)las of our loved one. ( : ,.' \;; : )''' \\i !r..,A ',' :
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I Pleasant Grove Places Second in Class B W omens Sub-district. .

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,r. ." ; ,1 Starke's P.G.'s will be going to Amelias 114 001 7 under Normans Farm with a 23-3 Farm cost P.G.'s the league 'cham-
district competition In women class P.0.'. .leading hHteraiHarrlot Hamm record. P.G.'s led the league during pionship. .
.-" .B softball after placing second In the with a double' Vonda Hall 2-far-3 Sharle most of the last half of the season, but Cubbettes were third In the Starke

sub-district tournament In Starke last Hank_with a triple, Ermo Hanm with a. last minute splurge by Normnnn women league with a 17-7 record.
weekend, July IS and 16. / ,*, double.. .

The top two teams of the sub- 4t

district tournaments landed berths Game 4 I;.

the district tournament In St. 1..... > 120'11 *

Augustine July 23l., / Cubbettes }. .(. 100 04 s

Cu.....".. 1..1... hlttersiSrown'
Lorelei of Gainesville took the tour 3-for-4.Bright l-lor-3.-: :.,
nament championship, handing the
P.G.'s their only two losses of the
meet. In the final game Lorelei beat / ". .

P.G.'s IM In a tough defensive battle?!; .'. : 'GemeSP.O. -
rt'rr ] The P.G.'s were held to 11 MM IM '5Ovll.ws'

Iry. the game, and no other hits.! singles' .'.0.'. leading; hlrtersiLegette 100 with 030 a 4

In the ninth game Lorelei squeezed double, Cuff I. 2-'_. with on In Held

4-1 over theP.Go'.ln the final battled horn run, Hall a-for-3 with. a doubl., T.
l Hankerson
the winners bracket. Then the P.G.'.-

went intq the losers bracket to play 2foes.Gan.

the Outlaws and won 10-1. r ;j(,

Starke's Cubbettes were knocked. Hlp' Ion 101 12
Into the losers bracket in the fourth Cuhhettes MO 010 10
game by Lorelei 6-5 and then were Cu......".. 'leading hlttereiWIIIIoms

eliminated from the tournament by 2.0.-., '.,Mack with a triple. I. Mack
Hipp of Alachua. <|' 2-lor-4 with a triple.Gem.*.
Later in the final game ol Ute'bracket losers Lrrstrrw.. :

the P.G.'s faced the Outlawsand 11
won 10-1 to land the spot in the ..0.'. 213 202 10 B. Mack scores on an error.

championship game. .us Outlews 100 000 I

'.0.'. .leedlng. hltt roCuHl. J-for-4 .
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with an In field ham run Hall Desue
> Summaries 'games'.' that Starke 2.0.-.. J27 EAGLE Saturday wry bra

teams participated Ins 1i
&, G.m.1' i; Oemell
.' .' ".../"h, .of"""',"-,",' Cubbettes. .CIty Merchants 001 300'07 OOJ.4 j,14Lek. t.,... ,102.11..., 002 9PO.'s

e eu.....$.. loading hlrhmiBrlght' 2.'_. ..0.'. leodlng hitf.r Bass 2-far-3 Hall
Missed:...." with on Inlleld home run,, .. Mock, I. Cummings 2-for-3.

...B.. Clabbettn Brown losses won control the I opening 0'the ball while 0'playing the home base for the Cubbet-' Mack 2-for-4 with triples "fOomot P.G.'a finished second i in"the Starke

'tounam last weekend. game womens cla..O" sub-district' '. womens Softball league with record CUMP2E!
P.O:. 700 130 181C this season with a 21-5 record, just 1.sJIUE 1.

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); UP TO 67%

Small Fry
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Rids have token the) lead In the .moll STANDINGS

fry totball. league with a 9.2 record .p.ELEi

followed closely by the Pirates with a 7-4 Reds "". 9-2

record.The Reds hand third'place Yankee.. 8-4 Yankees Pirate' 7-4 85Galon -Ilk'4' ,' .

Wednesday July 13. ., ; ;' ,, ,<,. .j..7
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Lake Butler will be hosting the '
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class B mens sub-district Softball SeuidWv*Odd Lena 7 p._

tournament this weekend July 22-23 Jlmbo vs.Certere Striping, 5:13 P_ _
at the recreation complex.

First game of the tournament will Saturday "Ij't'; J ,.1} 49.66
be 7 Friday night pitting the Band winner _. '1r. '
p.m. Tlmkrecks| ve 18t. su* EafALPAN
W of Alachua against the Odd Jiffy rood vs winner 2nd awnei lOiJO: Mt /s mh m fooollng Pr.mium IOW40 motor Poly/cation knit polo ZIptMr.x)ny front
Laws of Waldo.. .. a.m.Plnsl A .du "ble Pan all e Und.engine Hie. shlrrt with oallv.SaUds. mocMM. win. iMuri ..
Lake *. On cmmlmt One quart 3om 81. lrt g.. 8-XL. s l. ouo 2..10.
will be the. tr'
Tlmberjack only ..- 7>M p.m. I'J&l. } -
in the tourna- : .if..r'o '
Butler team competing ''''f ; g-1
ment and play at 9 a.m. Saturday A chicken and rice dinner will be $

against the winner of the first game, served starting at around 11 a.m.. .' ,
Hamburgers, hot dogs and cokes will .r. ': .:. t
0-...listed In order also be served at the tournament.. fe ''I. /t- q"7
1 Underway ; ;.: .-ft'' '' }\ .
Pop Warner Registration on Saturdays
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Registration should be done before ti to :iN', 'l .,
Registration' for, the Pop Warner I 4(; '''''r; '
starts 1, to last J '; e
football program Is underway from 10 practice August save I I .'It' "
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a.m. to 3 p.m on Saturdays at the minute confusion. Practice for the .. "" :' 'j'
will start at 5:30 at Westside {i, .ffI!,
Bradford Center. program -.
Square Shopping .. .
Park. ..; ..' I ;",11' ..
The program is also sponsoring a Registration will 'continue _. WENS UP TO7 v7 tj? WAS 1086 JUP WAS 9.66 ? WERE 8.88
car wash every Saturday at the Fina through the practice session. You're out..-.. MM KILLERS s/a"iM" HOSE VINYL CHAIR M!N'S WALK SHORTS
Station, next to Wendy'lHamburgersfrom Cost of registration is $35 and Includes No Peat Ant A Roach, Haavy duty 10OH vinyl, OurabM vinyl tubing Polyaalar had ahorlaS
es.er Stooti Flag nylon ratmoroad with on rugged ataal frames., nave baH loops POOH.HouaaSOaroan. .
9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. to help raise girls interested in Starke All-star Steve Jones cslches this. Keystone player for an out at tioi brim coop ing. FoMa tar. 4 ,g. a>a SolMa.Man's 3O-44.
funds., ''cheel leading for the teams. home,plate Starke went on to win the game over the Keystone All-stars.

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'Starke 'To Host, State'. Tournament : '9 --,

f/ :.' :: .:'; i( ..." .' '. ," ," ... i Edge Keystone \ ,

..-...... '.. I; '. r STATE Boys 18*Under Stark.'. Dixie Boys AU-8Ur baseball I,
; TOURNAMENT'Edwards team pulled oil s 5-1 win over Keystone'sAliStan
'. ji'h. asA ... during the first game ei the
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a rNFMbl.n Saar =:,: .t 4p .' !,. ,1983 "district play-oU.
+ ... .,4 II.b "i 1 I i >Road In the middle of the top of the third In- /

'..,five '''*, t, ." t rat+JI'1 BalUleld" '''' lining Starke got a run from two singles
.n..rn CI "l: ." .' I, Itarllle,Fla. ? and a walk.The store remained at 1-0 un-
., !It,", ; i'..wr> > : t''. '..,;, F' 'i''. ,. hY: ... ,..," ., Ill Keystone picked up their ODe run offine 683 Your Choice
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o'k. '. .; 'j,1, .. fifth DISC PRICE mW WERE 8.88
't I,,\.. 1i\\ IV: ( .."d".'." ; game In the top of the Inning.Ths UP TO 9.88
"I" i l>lu lf1 .......:.,'<1 "'h.,... 1 r .. run game up. ,
\ r. '' >I. ,.. 10..1011" east Iron"'bech'wt'h' chtomepUted Ladlaa' polyaalarPolyaaMroMlon any
_. ..i ," .' I ':' ,1. i\'f,'!fV4'f'l' wI--71' "';"rl'-J L .... ,,"'- ....; .,<..f't" !.": .. Defense for the Stark. squad commit- grIN thai ........5 to:3 poaltlons.SO cotton tany or Interto man pasta solo,..
t11fr., tiltM.p' .fl. r \ ., I ._ .. >..'- frog some error was the main reason. for'the qt..toe etwat .... oubia.to*Mda.. look HIM.8 M, L. Lsoias'S.M. LiP
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1 ..., t '11/ solid hitting drove la three runs to .,
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,", '... ; ? > -- ; .iJ'I"i'I.; .'_ secure the game.Gainesville ,
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Pwh-.u ';-r. ';"\11; r'w( I ; P7 ,, ,1i"k1. '..i e'1.t.l _n'* play for the Dixie Boys. :
< -,: :i:; r" :"' < ,, Results of the Dixie Youth M.jorI.
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.' .
OCEAN8PRAY Grapefruit WHITE Juice OR PINK ,_ .1.39" 'HERSHEY Chocolate Syrup .. : $1 0Boiling GREEN 1 -Peanuts 2u s$1 DRY Generic ROASTEO Peanuts = S1sgara : 1

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> 69 KOSHER \\49 .LIQUID @ $159 EL @ $199


sAVE zo' SAVE s+.eo
TEA r TOMATO [g.s $119 .,, :.. ,7 g. 'WlA,= @:f$649
BAGS 99' .
100 COUNT. ," .,

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COOKWARE MUSTARD :r DUtCh t TV 69 Motel. pnae gg,4=,;
Fish .S ks..J:218g. Roach OI
INFOn._ A'TION'. N CAMPS' 'For PlATTER. 7"o 27.Off'LABQy.WSMWASHlNaSunHghtUquid $ 80;
) 79 C .' tT .. ., 1 .
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fBY, POPULAR DEMAND PorkA.Beans, ; C AH p i a"::, AH. "
; SWEET,FLOWER COOKWARE MOTfS. ,79 t ,f I\.PA90 Shells"-SUPCR SUZBK80 to .. 99. .4= SI:"otpogger.1"
JULY 30 1983:; ''TAUT ,. i( ( < FORTHRHOMBmsecr.. $...'
$129'i' .oa,9 ......
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100 aJAR :rwo BTLS..OF 2 UTER' ,fwrrHTHI9
tHlp COUPoN Goon .
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Page 121% TELEGRAPH jMlvZMMUExceptional

I II wri 1 l Bankruptcy Lawia, F ?, Change I

I .;. i 1? Vu/ViTu 2t ', ffiJiWi*

I ..' 1. ... i evistcui itf : ,;;iBOf;: vW 'ta almost :
.:i : :Slnc.the.97V).}. Gedeta r roe. 450,000 per I
, 1, ; wee bankruptcy law the number of in y eat. .
., divldualfl filing jar bankruptcy under (east one federal bankruptcy
I 'l J1li
I Chapter' 7 has more than doubled. judge feels the W9 't
Chapter 7 Is based on the provision bean tested under the proper conditions

'. i LTd that aU debtors receive a "fresh and should not yet be amended.

} 3 start," The Judge noted that the revision

The increase) In petitions baa not went Into effect about the same time

gone unnoticed In Washington.. In an the economy started to slide He feels

attempt to curb that trend, the U.&, creditors are using the economy as an"*

Senate -'rec<1tJy passed a bill that excuse to seek more money and to use ';

limits a person's right to file under .the courts as collection agencies. .. "':

Chapter 7. The move has brought a
flurry of debate throughout the na The chairman of a large lending .Institution I
said he feels that 79 percent
Li % The bill, which recently passed the of those riling have legitimate/ reasons

U.S. Senate, would give a Judge the for doing so. But the other 25 percent !

ability to force a debtor who wished to he said, have the ability to repay at

__ file under Chapter 7 Intq filing under least part of their debt 'and should be
ordered to do so.
Chapter 13.
The 1979 revision had made it easier Whatever the motivation for filing, 'I

for people to file under Chapter 7. Filing bankruptcy Is a drastic stop which on-

under Chapter 7. moans the Individual ly offers limited help to those in deep

( is relieved of all unsecured financial trouble. I

debts He or she can write otf all debts Under the federal law, individuals
are allowed to file for bankruptcy i
except student loans, alimony, debts I
incurred through fraud and most every six years. Even after bankruptcy -,;

I t1 .' taxes. Many) but not all, principal [, getting a new start can be very, .
.. assets are liquidated to discharge ;. I
the Repining'Act '
; Under ,Fair Credit
debts Moat Individuals are left with
I only household and personal a bankruptcy filing appears on
: necessities. ,an Individual's credit report for 10 I

f 1 Many view this form of bankruptcyas years. Individuals usually must deal

r f i an American/ tradition, saying this strictly with cash and find loans very, .

nation's financial laws were inspiredby difficult to negotiate. The creditors ,

refugees from British debtor's who do loan money to high recently ,v

prisons and the' English indenture bankrupt charge them rates.
system. Bankruptcy should be consideredonly

The other option for Individuals fil- when everything else has failed.

ing for is Chapter 13. ,Here are a few steps to take" to avoid .

Under this chap; the individual is bankruptcy ::. J

Children..... ,required to'repay at least a part of .. :,:

These exceptional children are going through tome summer schooling at Object of the school Is to make them recognise and use their body part, what be or she owes over three years 'Try'to renegotiate your debts. Con"" .

the Greater Free Will Baptist Church. learn relations to time, learn manners and order and learn how to treat each under the supervision of a judge.In tact your creditor and explain yourproblem.

They are from left to right: First row-James Daniel Brian Foster Melvin .other. They are also going over the basic of math. passing the new bill members of They will be more receptive

Davis Angela Davis and Melton Davis. Back row-Homer Martin Henry the Senate cited pressure from the if they don't have to come to you first ;:
Intructors that are helping In the project are Francis) Jenkins Mc- ,,
McCutchen. Letoya Davis and JanetteLochande Daniels. Students that Tonja credit industry to tighten control on Begin eliminating credit cards.
AndreMarvin Yolanda Walker, Dee De Williams, Mary McCloud. and Rebbecca and statistics '
were absent Blyey Marlon BIy, Carter, Pedro Carter.Cloud. Chapter 7 filings showing Try to consolidate all purchasing to "

Regina Carter and Jamane Carter. Daniels. personal Bankruptcies jumping one or two major cards and then none
from about 200,000 per year before the at ails

TO THE STATE OF, UNDER SUMMARYADMINISTRATION 8947'49" E, 90668 feet seal, of said court on tho
FLORIDA THROUGH THE 9:30: A.M. on'Monday, NE'/ of lhe SWA! of Section to an Iron pipe on the copy of this Notice of Administration PRou.D DIVISION'. ,12 day of July 1983.

Legal STATE ATTORNEY FOR August 1. 1983 at the 1, Township 6 South Westerly right of way has been' CASE NO.83.39CP GILBERT$. BROWN ',

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Commission meetingroom Range 21 East for the line of Slate Road No. mailed are required ((13490)IN ) Clerk Circuit Court
In the Bradford P.O.B. Run W. along theN WITHIN THREE MONTHS '
CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE CLAIMS OR 100, thence run N. BY: ....Ioh Moody
NoticesNOTICE THE SEVERAL PROPERTY DEMANDS AGAINST THE County Courthouse, line of said EVi a 1816'37" W. along said FROM THE DATE OF THE' KE The Estate of "Deputy Clerk

OWNERS_WPAYEBA ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL North Temple Avenue, distance of 30 feet Westerly right of way FIRST PUBLICATION OF JAMES HUSTON T144lchaBO4PUBLIC
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Starke, Florida to consider thence run S. a distanceof THIS NOTICE to file any McCLANE.
line 113.84 feet
COUNTY IN THE ESTATE: the request or petition 410 feet thence run pipe, thence run N.19"4r4' objections they may Deceased, NOT ICENollce'
YOU ARE HEREBY of Hazel U. Paulk W. a distance of 136 48 hove that challenge the
INCLUDING W, 488.73 feetto
Of SHERIFFS SALE NONRESIDENTS OWN NOTIFIED that the administration Faye P. Andrews and feet thence run S, a the FOB.SUBJECT. validity of the decedent'swill NOTICE the firm Is given that
of the Estateof Sylvia P. Reddish to close distance of ,,255 feet the qualifications. of ADMINISTRATION doing businesses '
Node Is hereby giventhat EDWARD LEONARD and vacate the following thence run E.,a distanceof the personal representative GARAGE with
TO TAXATION ment across the> Westerly Chris Fox
I I. Dolph E. Redalsh, DARRAH Deceased Is described streets or 166.72 feet thencerun or' the venue or The administration 'of and Willie
AND ALL 30 feet of the above
as sheriff of Bradford OTHERS THERIN HAVING OR pending In the Circuit roads In Crosby LakeShores N. a distance of 699 :described Lot S (jurisdiction of the court. the Estate of JAMES. Reed as co-owners. Is no

County, Florida, under Court for Bradford County to-wlt: feet to the P.O.8has ALL CLAIMS, HUSTON McCLANE, longer practicing
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, at public sale, to the business
and virtue of Writ of That of AND Deceased, File No. that the
by TITLE OR INTEREST IN Florida Probate Division portion a forty been filed againstyou highest and best bidderfor DEMANDS. OBJECTIONS ,
Execution, towit.: the address of ((40)) foot wide street or and you are requiredto NOT SO, FILED B3-39-CP to pending In partnership Is dissolvedas
PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED cash at the east front -30.1913. .'
Execution issued out which Is N. Temple road lying only/ between serve a copy of your WILL BE FOREVER BAR the Circuit Court for .
BY THE ISSUANCE door of the Bradford '
of County Court of Levy BY PLAINTIFFOF Avenue, Starke, Florida. Blocks' 21 and 37, AND written defenses If any County Courthouse In RED. Bradford. County, 1 tpd 7/21

County Florida pursuant BONDS HEREINAFTER The beneficiary of the that portion of a thirty to It, on the Plaintiff's' attorney Starke, Florida .t Date of the first Florida Probate Division

to a Final Judgement for MORE PARTICULARLY Estate Is MOLLIE H, DAR- ((30)) foot wide street or whose name-and eleven a.m. on July 26, publication of this Notice the address of NOTICE :
Jack Wilkinson of RAH whose address Is road lying between address Is: of Administration: July which Is Bradford County "
Chief land, Florida, and AFFECTED IN ANY WAY P.O. Box 243 Hampton' Blocks 36 and 37, all In Harry M. Hobbs P.A. GILBERTS. BROWN 14. 1983. Courthouse ,Post Office TO REGISTER

against George Campbell THEREBY: Florida' 32044. The name Crosby Lake Shorts a 729 E, Kennedy CLERK OF CIRCUIT CLARA BELLE BRADLEY Drawer B, Starke, FICTITIOUS NAME
defendant In the You and each of and address of Ih.I.n.flclary' subdivision, according to Boulevard COURTBY As Personal Florida 3209Th..
amount of $70000 plus you a mop or plat thereof Tampa Florida 33602 Representative of the names and addresses al '
s Attorneysare ;.
Beulah' Pursuant
are hereby required toappear Moody to ,
: Section
Interest together with recorded In Plat Book 2. *. a Estate of the ,
set forth below and fle| the originalwithJ.e u' ., Personal Represent
on the ISth day 4 DcputyClerh B69.09 Florida Statutes,
costs of collection. All having Page 17 of the public _Cl.rc'.pftheabove I / ; .' JAMESM.: tatbre, end flee .rJ epMnalRepresentative's. )
persons HARRY
of 11:00 L. SHOR9TEIN
August 1983. at SCHWARTZWALDER.Deceased .. notice Is hereby. given
Have solved and have records of Bradford and.torney
A.M. before the Circuit claims or demands styled Court on or' 605 Blackstone' Building that the undersigned,
In my possession the Court of Bradford Coun against the Estate are required County Florida."" before August 22, '1983, Jacksonville Fl 32202 .are set forth JOHNNY' BRIER; sole
following described This Notice of Public ATTORNEY below
personal ty. Florida, at the Courthouse WITHIN THREE otherwise a Judgementn' i ((904) 394-9933 Interested Owner, doing business,
to-wlt shall be FOR PERSONAL All
property : Hearing' published person*
in Starke may be entered against 7/14 2tchg 7/21, under the firm name of
1971 Oldsmoblle, DATE OF THE FIRST In the Bradford County REPRESENTATIVE: are required to file with
Florida and show cause you for the relief JOHNNY'S PRODUCE
1door.D I No. PUBLICATION OF THIS Telegraph; an.w.paper (hi Myron C.Prevatt,Jr. this court,WITHIN THREE
demanded the
the of
why prayer the Com-; MARKET, 320 North Temple
336691R107940. MONTHS OF FIRST
of D.790K.on. THE
general P.O :
NOTICE, to file with the
filed in the plaint.' ,
Complaint Ave.Starke Fl.
As the property of the Clerk of the above Court circulation In Bradford H.'Vhla.' Fl 1 PUBLICATION OF THIS Intends
above ent.tled: WITNESS hand and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
said fictitious
proceedings my to register
above named defendantand County Florida on July 32696 NOTICE:: ((1)) oH claims
written of
should' not be a statement the seal 1 of said Court on FOR BRADFORD name under the
that on Monday the claim demand 21, 1983 ((904)< )473-4993 against, the estate and
granted and the bonds any or July 12. 1983. COUNTY, aforesaid statute.
15th day of August 1983. DATED at Stark, 7/t4 ,((2) objection ,
2lchV 7/2' an
therein described and they may have. Each GILBERt S.BROWN '.W FLORIDA .." any Dated this 1st day of
at on. o'clock on said Bradford County.. Floridathis Interested person to
the proceedings claim must be In writing CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBY PROBATE DIVISION) A.D.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR; July. 1983. In Broil
day on the premises of 19th day of July whom notice was malted
and must Indicate the
the Issuance Baulah Moody File Number 83-37-CP
the Bradford authorizing ; EIGHTH JUDICIAL ,. ford County. .
County Jail 1983. that the
basis of the claim, the .
thereof, validated said Clerk
Deputy IN AND 7/074tchgf/28
I will offer for sale and bonds of not name and address of the BOARD OF x/114tchg 804h ." .(1.2243)mIN CIRCUIT FOR' validity of the will,..the ..
..1110 the highest bidder consisting creditor his BRADFORD. COUNTY; qualifications' of;. exceeding $7,200,000 or agent at'allan.y. COMMISSIONERSOF RE ESTATE! OP FLORIDA'I'ROfIA OF""
for cash In hand the ...p..t.I_., NOTICE INTENTION
principal amount of and the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, JAMES M. TI DIVISION .
above described TO REGISTER
property BRADFORD COUNTY venue or (knisdlcflonofthe
amount claimed. If the .
Health Facilities
CASE.NO.I3-52.CP' "
of said defendant to FLORIDA' Carom: NAME ; ;
Revenue Bonds, Series claim It not yet due, the CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR' r v",
satisfy the aforesaid Ex I983A (Santa Fe date when It will become By Gilbert S. Brown BRADFORD COUNTY ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Pursuant to Section'',
ecution. Clerk of Court and NOT SO FILED 65.O9 Florida Statutes
Healthcare due shall be stated. If ,
Systems, FLORIDA NOTICE IN RE: The Estate of ,
Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff -Bradford Hospital the claim is contingent orIInllqllldaled ex-offielo Clerkof CASE NO: 83-139-CA, OF ADMNISTRATIONTO CLARENCE MOORE WILt BE,FOREVER! BAR. notice Is hereby given"

Project) (the "Bonds"). the natureof the Board of ;,.' Deceased.'r RED. that the undersigned .
County bearing Interest at not the uncertainty shall County Commissioners TUCKER BROS., INC.', ALL PERSONS HAVING Publication of ,this Richard A. Jordan sale. :ti''
Florida7214tchgSH exceeding the legal rate be stated. If the claim Is 1lchg721NOTICE a Florida corporation CLAIMS OR NOTICE' Notice .key .begun on 14 owners .doing business

secured the security July 13.: under the firm of
per annum payable semiannually Plaintiff DEMANDS AGAINST THE OP ADMINISTRATIONThe name
a more particular shall be described. The vs. ". ABOVE! ESTATE AND ALL Personal Representative Jordan Agency P.O. Box

description of claimant shall deliver OF INTENTIONTO LOUIS A. MANN f' ,. 'OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED administration'ofthe : MARTHA POWELL 1396.: Starke. H..32091,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF said bonds being contained sufficient copies of the .. REGISTER a/k/a LOUISE A.. MANN., IN THE ESTATE: Estate of CLARENCE McCLANE Street 321 Starke.North: Intends to register said
THE EIGHTH In the Complaintfiled claim to the Clerk' to' FICTITIOUS NAME .t IIX., .t 01., YOU ARE HEREBY MOORE ,Deceased. File Myrtle : fictitious name under the, '
In these enable the Clerk, to mall that the ad. florid. :82091, '. '''.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF pro Defendants. Aj, NOTIFIED Ma.:53-52-OF, .to pendingIn .aforesaid statute.
ceedings.This one copy to each Heir 'v' ministration of the Circuit Court for Attorney for Personal '
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Pursuant to Section Dated this 2B day of
Order to Show All persons InterestedIn NOTICE OF SALE estate ol JAMES M., Bradford 1.presentotlvetTOMLINSON
BRADFORD COUNTY B65.09 Florida Statutes, County June A.D. 1983 In
MOWN;. Bradl
Cause shall be Estate to whom a
published SCHWARTZWALDEIt.deeled.
Probate "
CASE NO. W Florida .ford '
83-290-CA notice Is hereby given P.A. Past Office Drawer County. ,
in the copy of this Notice of Administration .
manner required Notice Is hereby given, File Number the address of .
has .been that the undersigned 4O. .to,..., Flerlde. 6/30 4tchg 7/21! '
RE: Valdlation of not exceeding by Section 79.06. Florida that pursuant to an 83-37-CP! ((1-2249)). Is pending which to Bradford County '
7200.000 Bradford Statutes, In Bradford mailed are required Richard A. Jordan, sole order or a final kdge- In the Circuit Court Courthouse Post Office '32091. Telephone' ((904),(1. .. ... J "
County Telegraph WITHIN THREE MONTHS owner, .doing business for Bradford 9644373.v .*
anewspaper ment of foreclosure County' Drawer B. Slarke. '
County Health of FROM THE DATE OP THE under the firm name of By, : James L. TomlhW"son. 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .
Facilities Authority general entered In the-;above-" Florida Probate Olvlslon Florida 32091. The'
Health Facilities circulation 'In Bradford FIRST PUBLICATION OF JORDAN AGENCY AT captioned action? I will the address 'of names and addresses of .' ,EIGHTH JUDICIAL OR-.4..,

Revenue Bonds, Series County published 'In THIS NOTICE to file any STARKE P.O. Box 1256, ..lIlh.property situatedIn which Is P.O. Drawer B, the Personal Representative 7/U2tchfl7/3l. CUIT OF FLORIDA

l983A (Santa Fe Starke, Florida. objections they may Starka, FL 32091 Intends Starke, Bradford Starke Florida 32091.: and the PersonalRepresentative's rN THS OKCUIT COURTOf AND FOR ,BRADFORD ,

Healthcare. Systems, ,DONE AND ORDEREDat have that challenges the to register said fictitious County, Florida described The personal representative attorney THE EIGHTH I .,COUNTY.. ',"

Inc.-Bradford Hospital Starke. Bradford qualifications. of the Prsanal name under .the as.: fjRBftV of the estate Is ore .s.t. forth JUDICIAL.CIRCUIT CIVIL ACTION V

Protect| ). County, Florida this 12th Representative or aforesaid statute. Lot S of an unrecorded CLARA BELLE BRADLEY ,below. IN AND FORMADFORDCOUNTY Case No. 63-238 "
day of July 1983. the venue or Jurisdiction Dated this 14 day of subdivision of-1, lands m whose address .hi Route 3 All Interested persons ... '.In ret The Marriage of '"

BRADFORD COUNTY JOHN JCREWSCircuit of the Court. July. A.D. 1983 In Brad the SEM of the NW'/ of Box 70S Keystone ere required to file with ACTIN JOHN D. CAMPBELL.. "

HEALTH FACILITIES Judge7213tchg ALL CLAIMS. ? ford County. Section 10, Township' 7 Heights., Fl) 32696. The' this court, WITHIN THREE CIVIL Husband, ,and JOAN .,:'
AUTHORITY a public 8/04 DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS ., ', 7/14 4tchg 8/04 South. Range :nA East, name and address of the. f ,MONTHS OF THE FIRST CASENO.S3234CAIN ,. ,MARIE CAMPBELL. Wife.' 'ro
known as Tomwood"and personalrepresentative's OF THIS NOTICE OF SUIT
body corporate and PUBLICATION
politic organized and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT as thowrf on a map at* NOTICE. ((1) ,all claims R8i T Marriage' of .. NO PROPERTY
existing under and by RED.Date ()THE EIGHTH of said lands by' M.G, torney are' set forth against the estate and JAMES! LACEY : MACS, TO Joan Marie Camp.'
of the first .
virtue of the laws of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT McMillan, Surveyor; below. ((2) any Defection by an Sit.. J Mill 914 Walnut Avenue,
publication of this Noticeof
State of Florida Plaintiff FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY Administration Of THE STATEOF dated July 27, 1977 and, All persons having Interested person to Husband.and Slrnlre, New York
VS : July FLORIDA, recorded in O.R Book claims or demands whom notice was mailed 14901.. YOU ARE
FLORIDA 21, A.D.. 1983.MOUIEH.. 'of the against' the estate are til.LIAN SALANO MACE HEREBY
STATE OF FLORIDA and IN AND FOR 196. Page 310, tnetchallenges the NOTIFIED that
the Taxpayers, Property Probate Division DARRAH BRADFORD COUNTY public records of Bradford required, WITHIN THREE validity of the will. the W Ne.., on action
As Heir of the Estate Of .for1 dissolution of,mar'I
NO 13- "CP
Owners and Citizens of CIVIL ACTION County Florida; ,qualifications of the Personal
Bradford County Including FILE NO 1-3483 EDWARD LEONARD CASE NO.83.216 said Lot S being more DATE OP THE FIRST Representative, NOTlCi'. I rlaoe has .been filed

non-residents, DARRAH Deceased particularly'" described as PUBLICATION OP THIS venue, or jurisdiction of ACTION, Against you and !you arereeulred .

ewnlng properly or subject IN RE: THE ESTATE OF: ATTORNEY FOR Heir JIM WALTER HOMES, follows Jt, ,,"i. NOTICE, to file with (he the Court.. to serve a copy
to taxation therein EDWARD LEONARD OAR- WM. A. BESSENT. INC., Commence 01 the .Intersection clerk of the above court'a All CLAIMS AND OBiJECTIONS 'TOi :UU1AW SALANQ" v of your written defenses, "

t al.. Defendants. RAH ESQUIRE A Florida corporation. of the Westerly written' statement of NOT SO FILED MACE c/.' ', IdneGcodrvm. ? ("any to It, on the plaintiffs .
Deceased. 403 West Georgia Street Plaintiff. right of way line of any claim' IOT demand ,WILL' H FOREVER BAR= Route ., Ban, attenwy, whose"

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his wife, and 181637" E, along said boils for the claim, the .July 19B3.i NOTIFIED that on action' Fl.,32091 ((904)) "'

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NOTICE ,formerly known as ,, ,line 31.63 feet to an 1 Iron' creditor or his agent or latlve: CLARENCE rloge and' ether reHef 1 Petitioner/Husband and
OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO SOUTHERN DISCOUNT' ? pipe 'at me Northeaor attorney end the WAYNE MOORE, Post has been filed against" .til* the original with the

THE CLOSE AND VACATE COMPANY corner of lot I.of ''Tom- amount claimed. ft the Office lox 199.. Slarke. you m me obovs-styled .j 4Mrk 9d the above styled,
:; CERTAIN ROADS OR Defenda ts.n .. wood" thence run N., claim Is not yet "due the'date Florida 32091.. court and you as reao -. .

; DFFICE' STREETS LYING AND BEING .'. '''' '; ,, '89 47'4 9"> w, along ts.".. when H will became Attorney' for(.Personal red la serve copy at' :2 court*.... I9 on 3., er'Otherwise before. July' '.;,'\
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SHORES. BRADFORDCOUNTY OF Surd\:, t distance of 416.93 fee to the claim I contingent ofunliquidated. BROWN, any. to It M JAMS L.ATOMLINSON. entered( may be

SHOP FLORIDATOf'ALl .. r.11 t ,\ ; on Iran pipe at theM4 the nature'of P.A.:, Post Office Drawer ESQUIRE : against you far '/,
"Y, TO; 'lean Sweat and corner of said lot t owl' the uncertainty shall 4O." Starke, Florida Post Office drawer 40: the relief demanded In 'h..

110 W.Call $t. PERSONSWHOMSOEVERr "' iforma,. t.,1 ;Sweat the centerline }Off* be staled. H the claim I*, :3201. Telephone: ((904)), Storhe Florida .afMPU' ; .the :complaint' or pert.Nan .
Residences'ore 60-foot *asam.*>ri:, secured, the security 964-1372. !and file the)original with, '
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tfSfM notice that the Board of to foreclose'a mortgage pipe at the NW j claim to "the' clorll.V.,.'. "' '91:'. Otherwise,, a 'Lud0emeM ',' OCLMItTSIROWN;

r County Commissionersof on- the following property Lot S of sold "T olf'i,' enable the clerk to mall M, THE ORCUIT COURT | yen I be Aa Clerk of said Court j'

Bradford In Bradford County and the POI.: th one copy to each: personal 1. EIGHTH JUDICIAL i.entered against, tor"' By Maud McRa
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ByMarkFriedlin continue to try to go with farms: in northeast Florida when they sold most of I
BCT Staff Writer their eggs elsewhere." :
Bradford County egg farmers have been scrambling to stay afloat in a tide of But while early reports portrayed Union and Bradford farmers as facing total
uncertainty after the announced closing of one of the largest egg distributorships bankruptcy or worse,Whitehouse says that of the 12 local egg growers who have I
in this area early this spring. contracts with Seaboard Inc., only three have yet to find new contracts with '
Seaboard Foods Inc., a giant food distributorship with home offices in New other distributorship The company will continue to operate until the last flock 1
Jersey, announced In a letter last Spring to 12 local farmers who had signed stop producing In late November or early December.
long term contracts with the company that the firm would be closing Ita Lake At first most of us who work here in Lake Butler thought it would be a lot
Butler based operation to concentrate on its business activities in the Nor- worse for the local growers than it has actually turned out to be," Whitehouse L
theast. The reasoning behind the move, according. spokesman .David continued. "It surprised us when several of our larger growers picked up new
Whitehouse was pure economics. contracts practically the day after the announcement'r
"The company made the decision to move their operations closer to their major The cutting edge in this situation, however or the factor that seems to be the
selling markets, most of which are in the northeast area of the count' difference between a local grower signing up with another distributorship, can
Whitehouse IBid "By concentrating on growers and their be summed up in one word according to most sources and that Is -automation.
area the savings In costs for transportation alone will be substantial. The company -
just decided the whole operation could be run more efficiently if See... _
\ could be pulled together a little tighter. It was poor economics to Egg Industry... Page 12

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will : 26 .. ...... lh* Floglar I College Summer Repertory
Bradford County Zoning toardi "" meet on July .00 'T1ocootN Group "* UaM* for the University of Florida/ Th.atra Department hot announced Its 12th Annual
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"'i lit ,-< program will perform Duns 2J 39 and 29 ol Summer Repertory tor 183 1 beginning with 0 performance of the long running traudVway
...... Zenlne Boardi will moat on July W\ ot, 7:30-: "p.m., .'II"In:she.x,b commission meeting from the downtown plow In St.:Auauilln" baglnnlng at S p.m.Cr.n.ndlw.rd. musical hltrflpPln'a the wnhfanlty bog'nln' May 27,\ '_' ": <
.. City ....11. q 1! Include two drama and two hilly' staged
room. '
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,1.' will on' Saturday. Jun. .1 1 In'th continuing
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Performances ol this and conclude with the hit musical "WOdIIAgkern
and nlzaton. WlUon' 111.a' Eldritch"
;- ; Org ,; I.JOO MO emphl.........KMornd ssf ore$6 foe adults and 14 for ehlldr.n andsenior lanlanf book Stud T...... .
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f ; ; cmxaiMi nc* a 10 percent tickets CIS and van 1 be purchased*t the H.P. Comtan Theater office
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A Weighlw.leMrs flub; li iMfllnntafl' In K.y.to; fl.lght."'n Ttmdoy lWV. PO sox W6 ., '. Auvu-tlno, Florida. 32085 or easy,) (9O4). 471-1MS. which to aped!(ram 9 p.m. 104:30: p.m. Monday through" Friday/ cod far one hour
7 p."'. at the Wonran'i Club and In* orti.on Monday nights cot t.Xf.m., and Thumday "Tho pnw.at many for .... play \this! ysor J jr Mrs Tony. Wol.ha::! before curtain time en evening. of performance Call 397-1463 or 39J-5O3S far lurther -
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Thursday !.Inning, of S p.m. .'the Itorti Mownl Lodge at West Invited Coll and to find Orange out till' p....., J-9p.m. Sunday and hoUdoyt-loMrtod the carnar ol N.w.lt I Drtv ona-,? Call 1-4'95-2728 rer" further' Informatlanv. "
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Hampton's Jody Wadsworth. seen here strumming his guitar on the front
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and spent the time picking up valuable tips about the complicated world, of professional
recording from friends like fames dobro player "Shot"
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By Mark Frledlln the studio the mixing room'where the group. "I think Shot realizes thata keep building yourself up, trying to
BCT Staff Writer each instrumental and vocal track talent conies along that young only .'get. a snowball effect going fore; We' would like to thank all the
Hampton's guitar strumming Jody were combined into a complete song. once in while. He's taken him under yourself," Jody said. "Learning how, people
Wadsworth continued his rise in the "Everything has to be perfect andthere's his'wing alright Jody stayed at his to work in a recording studio was a "
world of country music this summer a lot more to the whole mixing house in Nashville the whole .time good first step to learning -the h"
with a trip to "Capitol of Country process than I ever imagined'' Jody while he was up there.!' business but playing''6n stage la,a till ,'that came out to "Customer'AppreciatlinDay"
Music" Nashville. 'said as he sat on his front porch in Mr Wadsworth and the rest of the what I like best. .
Hampton. "Playing is one thing but Ghostriders went to Nashville
up $ The group played their songs in the
Jody, a 15-year-old Bradford High there s still a lot I could learn about themselves during the last week of studio In a way quite different from' at Lake Butler Farm Center. ,
school student who's exploits with his recording. The guys at the studio I Jody's stay and immediately began their normal performances. First,'
band"Jody Wadsworth and the Ghost visited were real nice about explain working in .the studio on their new each instrument was assigned, a :
Riders" have already been the sub- ing just about everything I wanted to 'singles. separate microphoneor( track), and, Our" sincere thanks : to ail' of t those '
ject of a feature article in this sec know. I didn't have many problems ."Four Roses and the Blues" and fed into the mixing board where the goes
tionsee B-section: Nov. 18, 1982), finding my way around once Shot In- "Learn to Walk Before You Crawl"* volume, tonebassb "
gained some interesting insights into troduced me to everyone." are the two tunes being put on vinylup midrange levels), ecnd, 'reverb and that took and out '
the recording business and made Jackson who played for'years on in Nashville right now and Mr. balance could be adjusted separately part helped : Itwas'a'big',
some valuable contacts crucial in the the famous Hee-Haw syndicated Wadsworth says he hopes to nave ...for each instrument. .
music world on a trip that that ended country music-comedy'show; is the 'copies of the new-45 rpm single In "A lot of little things you can get!
with a thrill when his band recorded sole' inventor of I, the famous"ShoBBud" Hampton soon; '. ,aiitaywlthlive you can tti slack with 1 SUCCeSS.., .' .. > 'ih it ...4t-41U1n\j( \?> .'.I.k.'mag .
four songs two of which will be dobro and pedal steel "We'll have copies to sell ourselvesbut on in the studio," Jody said. "If the, '
released shortly on a 45 record. guitar factory in Tenneesee. we aren't\ going to trying to tell Itt sound on one instrument If off a littli
'. ./ tote j jrln: ;title;st t fa f.3b 14n41hlW.l. riilbit{ tnow" Mrllilj+ I j
Jody was the guest of Shot 77cks oa, .o f s e-ofi "'srards larrl'veTMta wk }!'Wads dVt th tsai 1 1IV.\ .. to senoTHTIJ''a : 'JI" n..ol..g vulw
a famous dobro player who has l bead a o 'b fe\"radWrs&tions\ '8 Btf see if t95$; .. e "'
big name in the industry for over 30 ,stuck up but he took a liking" to me can get some airtime." ,:"h thin the i tiniest..mistakes. are, '
years and who has taken a real In- right away." They shouldn't have much troubfwith ? amplified And you can hear them'over We .appreciate Jt;;) Ferry much:
terest in helping a young, talented It may have Jody's musical talent that aspect. The Ghostriders' and over again on the playback. Getting -* '1
muscian like Jody along in the tricky that stood out most to Jackson have been booked up solidly at local rid of all the little mistakes are '
and sometimes complex world of professional however, as Jody can play country music establishments In Gainesvileand what takes the most time in making a LAKE BUTLER, FARM CENTEf
recording and performing. guitar with the best of them even at the surrounding area for months recording. It's fun but it.takes a lot of .
Jody watched and learned as age 15."He's. -and word of their talents are time."
technicians in the Gene Breeden got a 'natural gift for playing spreading fast. They have requestsfor .
Recording Studio in Nashville com that was obvious to us a long time engagements booked several months .'
pleted work on several albums of ago' says his father Jerry ahead. rr1rYT ,(
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44AW Mark Frledlla disease are not Immediately "We're very pleased with the progress
BCT Sun Writer recognizable."The Caste has made. She's doing
Y i, A young Jacksonville couple, with symptoms are very similar to very,very well the doctor said..'But
relatives In Bradford County, have a wide variety of illnesses," Kinney we must be careful not to give anyone
already lost one child and to in a life- said. "He explained that the false fears about the symptoms or
and-death struggle to save another, scavenger and bacteria fighting blood false hopes for the drug. There is Just
both stricken by a rare Infantile cells in Cassandra's body are too much that we don't know about
disease in which, the blood eats itself. multiplying at an out-of-control rate them at this stage."
The blood disease 14 months ago and are eating the healthy red blood "I believe the story In this case is
killed Paige Touchton, the 11-month- cells. This is causing the spleen,.the the courage of the parents," Kinney .
old daughter of William R. (Rand body's blood filter,to malfunction and said. "1 have great admiration for :
1 and Sabrina Touchton. also causes an enlargement of the their courage" !
OKIYS' Touchtons are in long distance fight, liver. Touchton, 'ZI, owns a small hard-
1'f' with the help of the Duke University "We don't know why this happens," wear business. He and Sabrina(23)
Medical Center,-to save their second Kinney said. both live In Jacksonville.
daughter,ven-week-old Cassandra. The university has had some success "I have become very close to this
Dr.Thomas Kinney,a hematologist In treating both Cassandra family and I am deeply touched,"
at Duke described the disease-Iymphohlaliocytosla Touchton and a four-year-old boy that Kinney said. "I have great admira- i
in a statement has the disease with an experimental tion for their courage.
published in a local newspaper thereas drug called VT-16. "We've got a little bit of hope this
a "very: very rare disorder."_He The boy has survived more than a time" Touchton said."Last time,we .-
said Is exceedingly rare," for the year with the usually fatal disease had no hope at all."
disease to strike twice In the same under a combination of oral drugs anda Their first daughter, Paige, had
family.He had no data available as to spinal Injection of VT-16. been under the care of of a local
the numbers of children who have Enough progress was made with pediatrician for what was believed to
contracted the disease,which usually Cassandra treatment that she was be. advanced anemia.
Cassandra Touchton strikes within the first six weeks of allowed to return home from the
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Milton Chandler Stith tie of Venice. FL and three grand Mr. Novak was the former executivevice Survivors' Include: his wife- Palm t*. died'Thursday !night!! In Lake City. H. Funeral IT at 230 p.m. !I. Archer Funeral
children. president of the MllledgevUIe Novak ef Mllledgevlllei,two sons;Jeffrey wail bornTn CeorglaTIvfiigmost/ of his life July with Bev. Bill Delaney. offfloating. .
Milton Chandler Stith.of Salt Sprlnl"died after alone Graveside funeral services will be conducted Baldwin County Chamber of Commerce.He L. Novak of Gainesville Fl.and fitter I. In Union County. He was,retired from Home Chapel. Burial followed In ML 'ZionCem.ter
July 8 la a Palatka Hospital Dr. at 10.90 '.m. Thursday at the had been active In chamber work for Novak of Amerlcua; one daughter;Joy R, the State of Florida with the Forestry with Archer Funeral Home of
Uln.... Before hie retirement. New River Baptist Church Cemeterywith over 20 yeara, aervlng In positions at. Novak of Milledgevlllef parents, Mr. Division. He wss a member of the. Baptist '
Baptist Butler In charge.Stance
Stith was secretary of the Northern C.and Rev.Jim Countryman officiating. Amerlcua and Mliledgeville, Ga. after and Mrs. P. S. Novak of Mllledgevlllsi; faith. Lake .
Convention in Washington D. 'Home of and sister. Mrs. Lorraine of ef Union
Archie Tanner Funeral leaving Starke. one Kosnlg Mr. Crewa was a graduate Family
also served aa pastor of a Baptist Church Starke In charge of arrangements. Born In Jamesburg./ N.J. he served In New Brunswick N. J. < County High School and Lake City
In Falla Church. Va. the U. 8.Navy for five year and received Burial was In Andersonvllle National. Forestry School. Planning Clinic
H. la survived by hla wife, the former Peter Novak the presidential citation while aervlng Cemetery. Anderuonville, Ca .
Elisabeth Brownies of Starkot three Bob Peter J. Novak 60, manager of the on the US3 Card for outstanding performance Martin Funeral Home Itf MUIedgewlllewai He la survived by his parenta Mr.and Kbit Sunduudee M.D.
aona. Charles of Waihlngton. D. C.Stith. of Starke-Bradford County Chamber of during/ antl.submarine operatlona. In charge of arrangementa. Mrs.L.M.Crews Sr.of Lake Butler;one Tub*) Ugatton (Tubes fled)
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Pascagoula, La. and one daughter. San 15 of cancer at his home In Mliledgeville i of commerce organisations. Clvltan International Stephen's Episcopal Church. one brother Mae Crews of Lake Button; Hospital stay. necessaryNo
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November 8. 190. Mr*. WImberly was a on
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moving/ to yeara ago./ cmPle'tal"kI
attended the Methodist faith.
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daughter Mra. Winifred "Freddie"Schneider \ \
of Golden. Colorado; three
grandchildren and several nieces and

aisters-ln-law.Graveside funeral services were held i
Wednesdsy. July 20, at Crosby Lake rices
Cemetery, with Rev. Warren D. Langer. ;
officiating. -
Jones Funeral Home E14 E. Nona St..
Starke In charge of arrangements.In .
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Aasn., Starke. Fl.Rebecca .

Louise WoodsMrs.

Rebecca Louise Woods 62. of
Brooker. Fl. pasaed away Tuesday evenIng -
July 19 at the North Florida Regional
Hospital In Gainesville following an extended
Uln.... She was born and raised 'Our entire? stock of
in Georgia the daughter of Mrs. Jane
Hsrdee and the late Marrlon Gueat. She
was of the Methodist faith. Foam-Backed Drapes PVC
Mra. Woods I. survived by her husband
Mr.Loyd C.Woods of Brooker;one -
son Loyd C. "Craig" Woods of Summer-. now. CHAISELOUNGE
ville S. C.;her mother Mrs.Jane Hsrdee S*
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I 7-month-oId Cassandra Suffers from Infantile Blood Disease I

from page 5. everything he could for the child and chose Duke because of Its national "When you lose a child, you never Dr. Kinney said' the Jacksonville ,$he. responded so well to the new drug
Christmas that the symptoms of anemia kept reputation. The day after Christmaswe takes a year Just to learn to live withit. physicians suspected the disease in' that she now can be treated as an out-
I "On for Eve! our doctor told returning. He named several large went there," Touchton said in an You keep waking up and expectingto the second child when they detectedan patient.
us the first time that he had done hear when abnormal blood count at birth. A. to North
hospitals we could choose from. We Interview last week. the baby cry. Then we This means weekly trips
Kinney said the child was critically learned sheCassandra) had it too, it liver biopsya test in which small Carolina by mother and daughter.
r -- 111 when they arrived at Duke. She was like having a recurring'. slice of the patient's liver is removedfor 'Immediate family members are taking -,
Now died three months later at, the. nightmare and never being able to study) confirmed Cassandra had- turns escorting Mrs. Touchtonand
Kingsley Beach hospital.Physicians. wake up from It." the disease. Cassandra to Durham. .
say the experience at "When Cassle was born, she had Doctors at Duke believe a genetic Mrs. Touchton praised the
"Coming Attraction" the Jacksonville and the Touchton these spots on her body, but we didn't connection as yet unidentified, is involved organization of the Ronald McDonald
family helped save the second child. pay too much attention to them," in the two Touchton cases, but House in Durham, similar to one In
Cassandra was born April 13. Mrs. Touchton said. The spots were Mrs. Touchton said she and all her Gainesville, where she stays during
SKI SHOW "We hoped to have a healthy childto the only visible symptoms."We family and in-laws have searched her visits there. of iU
ease the pain of the first thought it couldn't be the same their family histories and found no children can share experiences at the
Sunday July 24 one," Mrs.Touchton said.losing house thing that Paige had," Mrs. Touchton previous incidence of the disease. home and it also helps reduce travel
,0 Just seemed so empty" said. "We went into a state of shock The disease ws In a very early stage expenses."After.
: d 2:00 P.M. General Admission/ ,really get over It," said the father.";t. when they told us. when Cassandra was sent to Duke. three to four weeks, we
should be able to reduce the trips to
__ L.. '" II every six to eight weeks," she said.
The Touchtons are struggling with
medical bills, some of which ,insurance
Available July 21-24,1983 has not covered.
NO RAINCHECKS a\a, Touchton said officials at Duke
t University Medical Center and some
?1 r doctors have been helpful In allowing
brands the mounting medical bills to be paid
e off on a long term basis. But others
,have not been so helpful."A .
lot of people weren't very sensitive
about it," said Touchton, who is
I paying off the mortgage on the hard-
31 ware store he bought three years ago.
y >> : iced lower to "We had one specialist come and
look at Paige for five minutes and he
.$ charged $100," he said. "The bills for
Paige came to $60,000 before Insurance
but when this specialist 1
didn't get his money right away, he
turned It over to the collection agency
+ and they badgered us for months. We
; ve you more were trying to get over the baby dying
and they would say'Hey we've all got
problems. We want that money now.
Touchton said he Is not sure exactly
how much he is in debt, but he knowshe
owes $12,000 to Duke alone for
Paige's bills and does not know how
much he owes for Cassandra's treatment

"Now that she's been treated as an
outpatient,the insurance won't covera
:: lot of the expenses," he said.
1 63' But. financial worries before worries
f bout the health of their second

child. .
,. !I "You Just can't describe it.You just
Shampoo ed CondItIoner A low for have to take It day by day and never
Agree great price 4-Bar Pacts Irish Spring The .give up hoping," Mrs. Touchton said.
and the conditioner tool Choice
a shampoo you get Touchton asked for people'sprayers
( to help stop the greasies. 8 oz. ea. deodorant soap men find so 1 50'formulas for their daughter. Relativesof
effective tool 5 bars. O.yr
'i't: ,women oz. for
the couple,however,are asking
r'' ,'I t e.o donations to help ease the financial

1r burden.
Westside Office of
Officials at the
Cool Date Cooler the Atlantic Bank said relatives have
established a fund. Donations may be
sent to the- Cassandra and Paige
By Thermos. m Touchton Fund in care of the
I of the Atlantic Bank,
r Westside Office
15 qt. capacity Reg. 14.96 4359 Standing Blvd. Jacksonville

$1 ODD : ftenuzitAdjustable:, ;32210.Duval County

t ; .AMFftCStUUUW Fish ManagementArea

a ss:
New regulations affecting Duval
Reg ,31.96Sun .
., *i
i ; J 'County Fish Management Areas went
:? 'A "*> to the
7" into effect July 1, according
600( Camera : Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis-

sion.Possession of largemouth bass less
than 16 inches in total length will be
$27.96 prohibited."These .
1 jyj g.1.50
new regulations are designed -
: to improve the bass survival rate
'0' "', fob laundry Determent RenusJt Buy 3, get '1 ret of smaller fish and insure more
Fabncsoftenerand lemonbate! 5 air freshening natural control on the bluegill population -
; freshened Borax. 49 oz. scents. 7.5 oz. ea. ," said Dale Jones, fisheries
,.,' Pkfc up coupon ol eu.bm.u..k.aia. biologist for the Commission's nor-
theast region.
"Due to heavy fishing pressure the
-," bass population has continued to
decline therefore, the bluegill popula-
tion in most lakes have become over-
r Easy Way-Reg. 91e crowded,"he said.
Bamboo of 4 16" Also, swimming, discharge of
firearms or possession of alcoholic
( F PAPER beverages will be prohibited.
OscillatingFAN Jones said the ban on swimming,
PLATEHOLDERS'. alcoholic beverages and firearms was
t" due to the limited acreage availablefor
PLATES recreation and that the primary
purpose! of the areas was for sport

; : Reg. '32.99. ':I 100 9 Inch wide fishing. ,
:. The Duval County Fish Manage-
'':' Reg. *1.57'I.P .. .. ment Areas encompass eight ponds
; ; with 118 acres, of water

1.00 $ ,2599' ,.v:", < Y,
_" .J" "",,'"r"-' ''t., : To Public Hunting Area Open- I
I' .. I ; : f' For 30 Years
J" "
: ", "j July marks the 30th anniversary of |
the Aucilla Wildlife ManagementArea. i
'-. '' / .
( .' The land was leased In 1953 under
: : 100% Polyester Rv. ',;, agreements negotiated by the Florida
\ :, Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- I
I Six Pack sion and major landowners. Todaythe
21" 4
'Square, ,v v ;' i' DOUBLEKNITFABRIC '; ; area comprises more than 172,000 .
j acres In Taylor, Wakulla and Jefferson 1
SMOKER 4 t sue.PEPSI, : counties. I
"Two of the original landowners, I
,. : '-: Buckeye Cellulose Corporation and I
GRILL ; COLA St. Joe- Paper Company, still participate -
P In the program and are the I
58" 60" wide landowners In the said
major :
No.: 7730- Reg! 41.97 Reg. M.67 Art Stockle wildlife biologist for the
; Reg. 1.57 yard Commission's northeast region. p,1
: "Proper management has been !II
$ $1' 50 responsible for a tremendous in- I
$2497 1.27 crease in wildlife In the area," he I I
: B said. "During the 1953 hunting season >I I
; yard \ nine deer were taken from the area. [ I

.! Compare that to last year's harvest of I
442 deer and it is easy to realize what I
\ :, proper management can; I
accomplish." I 11
In addition to increases in huntable j I 11
5xi !*,,'," I .. :' ') /1 wildlife, many non-game animals I|
': have benefited as well- from habitat I
t .To Save/ improvement and modern,forestry > l
We're Working practices.The Hickory Mound ImpoUndmentw. I

constructed in 1958 and today I
You provides 900 acres of wading bird and I
Harder. .
Moreli waterfowl habitat.The Impoundment I
attracts such species as great blue 1
herons, American. egrets, ducks and I
lterFaii'iil'y' Centers US 301 South *.; anipe. I
'BradToH Square Shopping 1 ,Ce Waterfowl hunting Is allowed In the' I

'.. '' ;; 'Impoundment on Mondays, i |
i ,i i v 4'' -, < Wednesdays, and Saturdays during I

F Most advertised items ore reduced from oureveryday low priced.And upon their 3teTG&Yruiit! *upon your aj faction.If you ore not hapov X with, whatyou ,the The established Aucilla waterfowl area also season.provides I I

bought.return it.We will cheerfully exchange it or fu 1y refund your maneyr i' TONY 'i countless hours of fishing recreational I
We're happy to accept your personal check,MasterCard,Visa or;ash,Woo M ttws tit d' ,. four rivers flow through the area; I
These are the renholloway. Ecoflna, I
J Aucilla and St. Marks, I

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\ I. i Air surviellance underway. for pot I

4 Th.Bradford County Sheriff Department The new emphasis on domestic marijuana Marlon County north according to Whit-
has begun Its summe air was the result of crackdown by worth.That cultivation ha Increased
surveillance of the county In March of federal official on Imported marijuana.The direct proportion to the crackdown by a
marijuana farm. According to Sheriff movement I Ia to marijuana grown' In federal task form on drug smuggling.to
? Reddish marijuana ha been located and rural area of the United State,often on South Florida, he eaI....
t r aelied In five locations.in the county to remote federally owned lands,where th. Whitworth said that only about 15 p.rrent
% t 1 .J'i far this; year. crops cannot be traced through land of the marijuana grown In the six
ownership.The counties of hi. judicial circuit would be
The crops rang from si* plant up to top 10 states for cultivation of cultivated by' to-called "good old boy*" ",'n
P'. hundred plants In an area, for a total '.
one marijuana (crop value) Include Florid and the rest has some organisational
of 223 plant Mixed to far. Th plant of California far baa been :
with $300 million The iUU base although so none "
foot to six feet In heightReddi
range from on. 1 I. the highest at$1.8 billion a year. directly: tied to so-called traditional
.h stated that marijuana bas 8R-100 been, In Florida, the marijuana .la being "crime famUIee".
south of Graham. west on
cultivated for the most part I"areas frrnn
wait of the Highland area,north of the city
limit oft US-301 and S9 plant were
i found off N.Thompson Street In the city
limit. of Starke.

Except for catching the farmer workIng .
his crop, it I I. difficult to make
'criminal case against the grower. Due
to th demand of manpower and hour.It
I Ie ImposiibUe to develop criminal cases
on all the crop. located said Reddish.It .
Is not necessary for the farmer to ;7
return to Ms crop for several weeks during NORMAN'S PRODUCE ,
the growing.season leaving the field
'unattended U.S. 301 N. 964-6071
However several person are under
investigation for growing marijuana and
;. ..': some of the crop.located during the cum SpecialGreen I
M.. ffak: mer will be kept under surveillance In .
order to make criminal charge against )1
the growers according to Sheriff Reddish ,-1:1
EQ $ '
r w Sheriff Reddish stated that keeping ,\
? the air surveillance on the county duringthe Peanuts
summer will prevent any large . . *
11.rwf. 17a'ck r 4 II -. rr-'I.ib acreage of marijuana being grown in the
Y,... r county.
,.ypa Jr Ar The sheriffs department also seeks
yrr' v&Ssm the help of concerned citizen who come Large
across marijuana crops. The source of
rvS&mt&U&3 the Information will be kept confidentialif '?
'Sa* reported to the department. ; 11 Watermelons$2.49ea :'

\ S a *> riSgsSSS -** Bradford marijuana County I Ie growing.not alone According in the increasing w .

to State Attorney Eugene Whitworth of : .
.Gainesville testifying on Capitol Hill he
eatimates home-grown marijuana is
worth 120 million a year for crop In
Alachua County alone. This Is a small FRESH FROM OUR FARM .
part of a possible $52 billion annual
harvest of marijuana in the. United '
States.. Purple Hull Crowder Peas '

T ISf Those figure were unveiled at a hearing -
into cultivation and trafficking in '. ,
9 t .. ub- $ .. .
domestic marijuana before a House 7. 00 :
tarF 41
r committee In Washington. Marijuanacrops bushel
1P'0wllin the United States may be ''iI
Bradford deputies destroy confiscated marijuana worth as much as three.times the net national
farm. Income. amnu ewunjuat iniu raii


News Briefs ', '!:". : ": i

j April 22 was caught In Sarasota April 24
FSP Inmate Gets County Circuit Court this past charged week. with lost November, ,2 Escapee Are Returned and returned to Bradford County. Ciah ty.Sullivan and Glah they' have bee. In : ,:

New Trial burglary Ebble Wayne and grand McKinley theft was placed on Robert Eglin Cooper. 57, was ...nt.ncdto (ITo Prison System was serving a two year sentence for Bradford County jail awaiting a court :I
Requested grand theft with lea*than seven months "
with DOC. DOC for 4/ for the charge of decision on their escape charge. Thia .'
probation for three years years 'Two Inmates from Lawtey Correctional when he
of that sentence left to serve
Th motion for trial for an inmate sexual week Judge John J Crew ordered both
a new Special condition at probation were assault With the Intent to commit Institution who escaped earlier
was granted by Judge John 1 evaluation for battery Cooper receive 194 days (loll escaped. Inmate return to DOC. They will be
McKinney must undergo this year are being returned to the Inmate Robert James Sullivan,32, tailed
Crews Tuesday Bradford County: Circuit alcohol abuse, must do SO hours ol community credit from Bradford County jail. system according to Sheriff Dolph Red to return from furlough May 1. dish.transported to RMC" July 22. said, Red-.. .!I.."l
CoUrt./ work must pay attorney lees for Cooper was sentenced to- Lake Butler dish. ,
Sullivan was taken into custody in Clay,
Florida' State Prison Inmate Mark court,appointed counsel of $5OO. Reception and Medical. .Center, ,. Inmate C Giahv 28,. who escaped .... dip
'I ... .. .,. .,, "" a) Roy: < 'County and returned to Bradford Coun-
23,'", he-. found guilty e- ,. ... ,. ... .. ___ ,
DeFrieat pia : theme
t **&&*',1"flVx.., '1 1Willliam Frazler'wos found guilty by VI -M Atk ,t.., AM .alt xevb ''j sus; ,1<< ni.lud snPtftf3:;
last month -of /peeseealon Of- with : ; :;.; '*
jury ; charged ; : .
Donald R. Magyar aggravated
firearm.: w p. .
contraband weapon received the new withdrew hi. not-guilty court of carrying a concealed ." : '
battery :
which : o UR..u'M i
Frailer was placed on probation : WATCH FOR .
trial because the alternate on that jury plea and pled guilty to leaving the ac.n. carries special conditions for three
wa. allowed to participate In the of on'accident with Injuries. The court years '. ear
deliberations. ordered Megyorl0/ pay a fine of $2.SOO of ,
recalled Clark Ray Williams entered a plea \ I.
The Jury was by Judge will retain
within the court
one year
no-contest to the charge of unauthorizeduse
George Pierce before the verdict was during the probation period.
jurisdiction of driver license The
or possession
reached and the alternate was dismissed. Magyarl was charged following an Incident Williams ,000 fin.
court ordered to pay$3
However. Assistant Public Defender In the parking lot. of the Gator D.n l4r1J 0
Rick Replogle pointed out the verdict
came within ton minute of the alternate ,
leaving the jury room
According to Judge Crew,"No one I Ia
allowed Into the jury room except the
that' the law the motion has to be
., :.
granted f :: ." ,,'- ",' ,'- : .
i. ,' f" It, 1.1 i'i'July
A motion for a new trial for Michael 28 29 & 30
Wllkerson was denied by: Judge Crew ,
due to insufficient evidence presented.

Starke Man Receives ; (ftID HOT i ,

Stiff Probation All New & Used

Bradford County Circuit Judge John J
$leOUNT '
Crews Tuesday sentenced Henry Gros of D 0 Save on ,
.t .
!Stark to serve 12 consecutive weekend .,
In the Bradford County Jail and 14 years Your Next CARS 4 ;

probation. a .. .
A found Gros guilty May 26 of
jury : aggravated &. .
The stemmed New or
battery. charged CARRIER ,
from a confrontation between Gro and a Specially j
neighbor.In Used Car, ,
addition to the Jail'time and probation '
period there are IS special condition Priced
of the probation.

FSP Inmate SentencedTo ,

Life For Murder For This .t', ,

Florida State Prison inmate Fernando J ', ''l' : I
Quinton waa sentenced to the Deportment :."' .
of Correction for life with no parole $ALE .1 .
for 25 yean. Qulntana was found guiltyby ,
a lury of Ilrst-degr murder In Apt'1I1n '
Bradford County Circuit Court. 1 J :; :>
was charged with the stabbing yc. ,
Qulntana '
r"l1f'.... .. .
murder of another Inmate Jerome ., '
Mathew Harold 24. on V-WIng at Florida ,
Unit ; '
State Prison July 14, 1962. Window i \ .,
Quinton who doe* not speak English ENTERT'AINMENT' SAVE' SAVE '
has been housed at FSP since December 5,000 BtUs :::
1981 for a murder c wlc"In D cf. .

County. slut 0051 REFRESHMENTS ;

Man Jailed '. 'and a '
Starke ,

I Probation Violation GREAT .DEAL ',.,
9. '
Steve Allen Miller, charged with violation $2970
,I of probation tar the charge of : on that "
reckless dl.play of a weapon, appeared In 4 ; :
court before Judge'John J Crews last. Olds or Chevrolet

I -The" .court re-committed- Miller la BradI plus Tax & Installation :: ','?" of 'your choice at our" :'
I ford County (all for one year end dissolved ,
the order of probation. Miller' has 39 5 Year"Warrarity ,"', 'GRAND OPENING SALE

loll credit.. ,, '
day ( on Parts & Labor ..',
, Judge Crew sentenced three people. to
serve/ail time, placed two peopl.on probation Electric I '
and fined two people In Bradford Hayes '''CHEV-OLDS .I" H HUS

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CorrectionIn & Air Conditioning: j" "j

an article about the Our Country Day 301 North Starke,: FIorfdt. : ;

I. Alrshow at Keystone Airport., spadesman U.Se 301 N 964-8744 964-7500 and GaiflMVilt 372-0198 n niG '
Scott Fryers name was Inadvertantlymisspelled. i k t

f! The Telegraph regret the error,

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1900 N, Temple Ave., US 301 N (To-Rena Motel!),

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%, Ask 3 out of 4 professional growers *

y *:_l.: ,. vas', .' : r'x\; ;: 17 SSi PeterafPlant has* strong reputation Foods. You'll for resul find I"t" that. For strong.Petms J..
healthy growth. For beautiful, looms and ,
foliage. The sidle results you want with your
TEks' own house and garden plants.

__ oreseon.L____- 'Now available In home-slie packages Peters*
Confiscated' marijuana plants being unloaded at county dump Plant Foods are easy to use.And the results
will open your eyes. You'll never settle for an,
ordinary plant food again

I News Briefs ,
20-20-20 General Purpose I

trol of her vehicle and overturned Ova. I toasters and other electronic equipment Damage to the 1976 Ford was$750. 1 ib. Bag a
SR-100 Accident miles north of Brooker.There were no InJude. ,.... taken from the business. '3.59 288
Star jtfan' Charged .'according to the FHP accident A pry bar'was used to enter the bullat. -' Reg. ONLY ,
report. I .aald Sibley.The Investigation la.pen- "'' Hawthorne Man Cited,
Jorge4lgu.roo. ; ,21, el Starke was st
\ or- / In 'c
Damage to the Mercury was 11.000 ling.
'rested Jul13'ond; charged with driving Following too Close
'the 2:43
while Intoxltated., no valid drivers license. p.m. Union Accident ;:, Willie Lee Hall,'Jr. of Hawthorne waa LAWN &

and leaving the scene with propertydamage Both Drivers Cited died for following too closely causing an LORIDA
according to, Trooper. W. D.Langafor Arrested accident Union County July 14 at 4:45
\. ,,/ There waa only minor damage to two I p.m.,according to Trooper D. F. Pe.cla.t GARDEN (
Stephan'Woyne Rlcki,of Daytona driving Charged NVDL rehieles In an accident In Union County I PEST
a 1977 Volkswagen* wow stowing for July 13 however drivers of both vehicles
,O'Nell BMS of Starke was arrested July Betty Richardson Cummings of Lake ONTROL
traffic south,.,o> Stark. ion SR100.Flgueroa ere cited according. to Trooper Calvin CENTER
,driving a 1969 AMC. struck the 18 for'driving with no valid driver' ,Pace. Butler,driving a 1978 Lincoln had turned
VW In the roar,, than left ha ."". .. license, according to Trooper B. A. Charlea Randall Crawford was cited off SR-100 going west on SR121.Cum. etNEMICALCO
Damage to the AMC was$300. Damage Willlama 'or' turning In front of an approaching mlngs slowed her vehicle to make a left 539 E. CALL STREET
to the VW was $500 .In tha S:4 p.m. accldant. Base was stopped on SR-18 driving a vehicle and Earnest Lee Holmes Jr.of turn into a private drive when her vehicle
1973 Oldsmoblle.Tb.tag on the Old.was ft. White was cited for having an ... waa struck by H.II'a vehicle.
Bond tha OWl charga was sat at $500 registered to a 1974 Dodge,according to tired terr.Cr.wford. 964-5745
for NVM.was..t at$50 and LSPD. was sat. the arrest record. driving a 1976 Ford was Hall, driving a 1974 Mack truck also
at$250.: Bond was set at $50 for the NVDL westbound on 8R-238 made a left turn in 'westbound on SR-121 attempted to stop.
Flgu.._ was ,._.. on his own' charge Bass was released after h. root of an approaching 1975 Ford driven Hall applied his brakes and skidded Into
recognisance. posted a cash bond.Weekend )y Holmes, Holmes vehicle struck, the right front of the Lincoln.
Craw'ord'a vehicle In the right aide then Damage to the Lincoln was 1000. )
came: to rest In a ditch: There was. no reported damage to the The
Lake Butler Woman BurglaryAt Damage to the 1979!' Ford was $500. (truck.

Stark Business. Meat.Store:
Cited In Accident ? .. ,1.... t10S'Edwards
Charlene Susan Jones of Lake Butler Sometime over the weekend the Diefeotiajt ', GRANDOPENING.' ,' '
N.* r <'
was cltad for eoroldrlvlDI In*a ed- $ jLut\8ona .
ill Starke burglarised, actor.'ding Road
dent July 14 according to Trooper W.D. ",Temple .
to Lt Lane Sibley.Appro..lmately
Langs ton. $1335 worth of merchandise OPEN 8:30-7 Mon.-Sat.
1983 Mercury- ww : V .
Jones, driving a
outbound on CR-231 when .h.IOII& eon- Including radio speakers.Brooker Food Stamps Welcomed ; 964.8290

KEN'S BAIT & Starke Quality RI hts Reserved] .

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:452 N. Temple Ave. Lean Beef

Reunion U.S. 301 \

'H',." '',', tg1 Sta964-4234; / ShortRibs $129
,! ,
r f; c..."Su..Dovlg 'O.J. Mon and numerous more. \. ,j ,
by east of '
the CC Camp just
F Then came '
: ,1. p,...o 4IS.1344R.uhtpn town and business began" flourish Being ., Welcome. to a !e . .
barber In town. Porker sold
the only
'M'Y Boneless
Anxiously'AwaltfdThe many a Saturday night his business would' :: GRAND: OPENING
be the last to close alter midnight. One '
j';" EL. Park.e'the only' barber night he said that G.B. Colson' elated his Chuck $ *| 49
with 15'i ,II.. of the former CC Camp alrookejvwell store and walked by and remarked Friday, July 22 ,
remember how the young Parker I.the only fellow making money in Steak I
men gathered frl,}il 1. shop on Saturday town tonight,' Parker mu..... "At 25 cents : 5 a.m.. 9 p.m. .,. ,
afternoon and Waited! for hours to get a haircut and H cents a .hav., that .
haircut arxi; shave. Porker;being the only. wasn't per bad money In mote days but,a OPEN. 7t Days a Week '
barbe la town,..would work until after f.llow earned every penny those long 7 9
midnight many a Saturday night to" take hours on your feet were rough," ICE, Live Bait at Reasonable Prices Fryer Drumsticks., ...
care of his customers, Then World War II came and moat of the
Parkeejsold this was'a boon to the ,fellows went Into the, services business Fresh Never Frozen
business in Brooker when tbsj camp was began to slow down. Going across the '
set up and operating 1939 on the east river. Parker purchased a grocery store Family Pac
father-in-law adding a room on-
aldo from hi.
W.n'aa.k.d; about his life from, to the business. began barbering again. Cut
boyhood; Parker replied,"I guess you can After several years of operating the Up
say I well remember me carefree day.ef, 'business, he sold his holdings and purchased AQC
growing) up In a small town, known then the old Shrlver property. MovingInto '
as Ward City (now Brooker).* the ,house: Parker opened the Sate Whiles Quantity Lasts Fryers lb.
"WltK'.a Tom Sawyer attitude those grocery store and added a barber shop. .
wore happy yawn with plenty of time to 'During his 37 years a. a barber for the Westmorland. Doublesided Worm Box Fryer
plan a to,.". little did I realise adulthood Brooker area. Parker sold Insurance for a '
was ",,.t.around the) corner and.that my reputable company In Georgia for a short' 'Reg. '21.0qNOW$1200COMBINATION] ; Wings
IHe would revolve are around one Vivian time, served os Sunday eoc
,Parked (daughter of Mr.;;ond Mrs. Henry"SowelliH Superintendent at the Brooker Baptist
who was destined to become my Church 1 years, sarved two pastorships or Tfug ig, hs ,
later the mother of our the New River Baptist Church and: b lb.'
wife l In,t920 and terms at Ryobi AD 400V fresh.Water' Light
two lovely dough,.,.." Rev Parker con- on. yearat/ the Baptist Church In' Pro- l. "
.tinued.--,'After various prelects( In the 'vldence, a total' of 16 ,years of ministry .Salt Water Bait Reel Fryer
business world porker deilded that to be before retiring to live a quiet life In the Casting .79HrstCut

able to'provide for his wife and new Brooker area and his lire Is an Inspirationto CO '. ; V-ihapwUpooi Breast . . ,
daughter" h. would' dove familiar all. When briefed on hopes of 4 near ( ) and
ground for a snort time(1.000 hoursF l ) of: future reunion of the former CC boys i iParker .Reliance Rod Model 1230 Graphite
training at the Barber College 'In Jackson sold It. sure would be' nlc. to $) 99c

ville. ".>' reminisce with the fellows and find out 70.0oVNOW $5600 Pork Chops . . . ,.,
week achieved the goals they 811 '
In I W,after five' months and one how many hay. Reg. '
of hard work Parker received" his barber set for themselves In life while In camp at Center Cut
license End returned to Brooks to purchase Brooker. : 1Tellie's : T79

the leland Brown barber.. .hop. 4 "_ Pork Chops . . ;;. ;r. >.
((Brownhod;;, operated a barber;chop In ;
town fet.a\ number of years in a .room of ,World ofHair I',',1 Boneless Bottom 1'Q
door ,to' his *
next "
an old store building '&

hamo.llk'ownad the building and ocrois was.) '' ashions Round Roast . . . . *. .
the atr.et In front of his home 213 E. Call St-Downtown Starke .
operating'lh.,shop. ,there when, Parker:' '","" .:": Skinned & Oeveined
bought!out the"" .Ino...)"' ,.. Nora Sapp (Call 64-455e' 'Ii.,.: ',:, C..
operated a grocery store next door for a '. 'i. : ,". Beef Liver
: l. .
number" ef years. Tho' building,with 'a, "CURL ,UP"For -slrc, '
12.foot'\\/bvsrhang was, equipped 4 with, FARM .
park-type benches underneath.The '" '. the ''Smooth ,or Curly" look :: '

eWers of the lawn and their cronies and 'Jnfrateelitf ,tile New i-:''' FRESti, 'c
shade .
Inthe .T.
would Miner '
while asiejy ** hours day after day playIng -VER8I. CUf1L' i ; White.Grapes ,. .', '
A.B. Shaw, .the "
checker checkers.,champ; When from Gainesville;imadean :, G.i 'of curls mention. 11' '" Also'the /,:Regular..... F 'Ice'!68.57 25'July

........-.. ,mere were young and old ; one tel. :- .;; c.dy Perm" ', ,1'. ., ,,: $5000 Celery. . . .,+.:. to*I I
alike who!would gather there to pit their >'I, .'ortd receive FREE: "Let.&Bedy' aPIi6IAL,,
I fclwwledea/s against him In hopes 1-e k'l of Curl Activator ...; : '
checker 01. ; ''f. .IIL. It, :NI, 'J ,
of wlmikxi (just ana game. Some, of those. 18 oi'; bit of CurMoisturizer( : "'.... ',' } '. "'" Ii/I Tulllldar' Saturday' Cabbae .. . ..." .. ..
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71 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE 24x36", 25 cants each. Used Three ((3))
submitted (a the HOMI PARK Mobil. Brick homo. 214 Mimosa SALESPEOPLE
Bradford County Telegraph homes and spaces for rent. Dr., Starke. Hard surfaced $450. Phone 961.8134.7/07 In printing. newspaper. to sail. 1313( w. Madison Scholarship! available for
2tpd 7/14 Great for 'minor" repair St. 12-spaed bike. tchg unlicensed r rtt/IHe att.
offlc. In and paid R.cr.atlonal vehicles person ERA
road kitchen dining
'SI FORD F-IOOPlckup truck. lobs| Bradford County 7/21 t
) welcome rhone 4A-29I2. Faulkner
In advance unless credit I. bedrooms 2 Realty, 964-S063.
stobllshd with 9/16 IfnMO.IU room Short, wheel base, 27,000 Telegraph, ''''.6301. tfn. lilT TRUE you con buy |leapsfor 10/28 HnSubscribe-
baths '
already this offlc. HOMES FOR RENT 2-car limited garage furnishings miles. Goad gas mileage' BOB WHITI QUAIL 2 week $-44 through the U.S. Today I REALTYr
THE TILIGRAPH STAFF On. mil* from Stark city screen porch, Clean Cream w/belge coloring. old'and up. '782.3942, 7/14 Government? Get the MOBILE HOME SALESMAN
CANNOT HUD RESPON- limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 W. ham no animals, Call 964-56r22ofter. 6pm. tin facts today I Call ((312)) Experienced Contact a
fin BRAHMAN BUili 5 yr*. excellent 7421142. Ext, 609. 6/09. M
Olln's Mobil Horn
fllll FOR MISTAKES IN Call 4M-1323. 10/07 Hn. please) Near Bradford Sales,
7/07 :11.PRAMS'.
71 DATSUN P/Ui Runs. herd bull S.lIIngloprev.nt
CLASSIFIED WHIN Hospital. Call 964-6625 PHOWE 9647776NILUUR
15 ft. In-breeding $600. BUILDING with
$650. Sear cu. 9645606.
OVER THITELEPHONE. for rent at low tin r
TAKEN 7/21
Call anytime. Itpd freezer (yr. old), $200. Also several bred Angus metal roof 20x40 four LICENSEDCOSMOTOLOGISTt
weekly rates. Tempi
NICE ROOMS FOR RENT 205 H. ;T'omph Star .
dwxlllna TUES Motel 964-7357. 9/16 964-5922. 7/14 3tchg 7/28 cross cow, $300 up. rooms, with two lavatories with ,
Low weekly rote, wall to
to EOW/tfn 1967 VW Typ 3. Good con 9645922. 7/14 3tchg 7/28 and two commodes. Madeout following In Keystone
DAY. NOON prior wall carpeting air and TV.
Thursday publication. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for Call 964-9992 a.k for Ann. dition. S4OO. Must see to OLIVER DIESEL TRACTOR of good pine lumber. Heights, and Stark area.
Minimum charge I I. 19 ,_t. On Hwy. 16 W. Close tin 7,17BRADFORD appreciate. 782-3711 7/14 1000. Fair condition Can Easy to move. 6592165. Candy' Gold N' Comb. *SPECIAL *
then 10 to Call 468-1323. 2tchg 7/21 be seen three driveway Florohom CarnsNursery. 6/23 HnchgPROCESS
word far $2.75, prison. VILLAGE APTSt ROOMY HOME IN QUIET AREAl
1973 DATSUN PK UP truck. behind Textile Town on tin MAIL AT
word 10/07 tfn. 6/16 HOME
for oeh
cent Accepting applications for 7/21 21 ocr* Plenty of pines. S
Furnished 'CVI..peed. New paint right 7/14 2tchg 75.00 hundred. No
thereof t.r. ONI M APARTMENT expected 1 WHITE ROCK laying hens, per ex-
403 N. Walnut St.. bedroom A.C.vacancy., furnished runs good. 964-85O3. 7/14 BICYCLES FOR SALE Good. $2.9Oea.i rabbit. bucks, prienc Part or full time. rooms. Workshop, also storage
YARD SALE 964-8276. No Children No first S last months plus 4tchg 8/04 election' mast site* andtypol. 2do.fry.r.., $35, Start Immediately.' Detail room In 3-eof garage. Mark!*.
Small Remanufactured
I 1975 BUICK LESABREl or send selfaddressedstamped .
Pets.. 7/21 Itpd deposit phone 964-86O1 bunch with Spinet 301. Soiling
Rd. off US
cages. Starling
1 M TRAILER Completely V.., A/T A/C Runs and reconditioned. Repair, anvolop to
PINI TREE INN. Rood 100 furnished with air. In 6,30 Hn/chg looks good. 964-8503,7/14 painting. New,and used piano, Rudolph Wurlltier C.R.I.-2147 P.O. Box 3149 price $60,700 with $37.500!

1 .alt of Stark. Clothing cluding utilities. New electric 4tchg 8/04 parts available./ Free $900: flower plants, all/ Stuart Fl 33499. 7/07 4tpd as um. mtq..
odd and ends. Fri., Sat. 4 stove $55 per week. BUSINESS '73 GRAN TORINO. .351 estimates:. See George II kinds, macrame hangers 7/28
Sun. Itpd 721GIGANTIC Near Graham. 485-1371. OPPORTUNITIESOWN ang. FMX trans.. $200; 23 or Logan at Ricks Salvage many more Items. I 2-HAIR STYLISTS NEEDED SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM Approx. 34 a*.
i YARD SALE 7/21 Itchg channel base CB. $30. 404 301 North; 964-3184. 7/14 female Dachshund dog with knowledge of Caucasian with 2 harms ft 4 chicken houses.Owner financing.

Saturday July 23. 95. Go- STARK 3 BR house, stov. N. Cherry St. Itpd 7/21 2tpd 7/21 ,' AKC teg.. $50: One and black hair Call .
cart, great condition, boys refrigerator carport. YOUR OWN JeonsSportswaor 1976 CHEVY Vi TON TRUCK -CHEVY WAGON WHEELS Labrador> Ret., $25. Can 964-4996 for Interview. MAGNOLIA HOTEL One of Stark*'* .......
B girls clothing, furniture, washer/dryer hookup InfantFreteen Good motor good tires, 15". $100; new tires 10-15", sea Thurs.. Fri. 6 Sal 4 Nellie World of Hair _.... with M rooms.. 23 baths. 1I.M7q.. H.
lamp, bedspreads; too $215 mm, first last security Ladles Apparel goad Interior. Fair. body. $20: roll bar $125;; ALSO mile S. of Stark across Fashions Itchg 7/21 Prim location. Every roam Immaculate.
much to lltt. Com see for 468-1SO9. 7/14 2tpd Combination Accessoriesor Call'964-8907 Itchg 7/21 several* .young walker I from Indian River Fruit OIL COMPANY .POSITIONS THAT SPECIAL HOUSS-An unrepeetable'
yourwll. 1036 Southgato 7/21 Quality Children Furniture 1981 PONTIC CRAN .PRIX hounds In excellent health 'Stand'1 lchg 7/21 Offshore rigs accepting opplications. treasure In Bradford. Hr I. Met rare 4 *xtraordlnery -'
Dr., off Colley Rd. post UNFURNISHED ] IR HOUSE Store. National BROUGHAM Immaculate, See Cory Smith 128 N. PIANOl Wurlltier console No experience. property. On ef the flnst contain
Southilde Slem. School. Stove refrigerator A/C brands: Jordache, Chic 1300 miles, full power Orange St., Starke. Itchg Beautiful condition. Price $24,000 plus. For Info, colt architect-designed homes In North
Follow signs. Itchg 7/21 W/W carp.t.wa.h.rdry.r lee, Levi Vanderbilt had A/M F/M cassette. Cashor 7/21 ; reduced to $1,000. Will ((312)) 920-9679 *tt. 2729 P. .perery .
Florida 3 BR, 2'% IA.> Sweeping staircase rise
FRIDAY B SATURDAY 9 til hookup. Gunn. Sox, Calvin Klein' trade for station wagon' MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 8' 7/14 2tpd 7/21
deliver. 9646774.
for and take pine "benches ((6)). $50 each: Itchg to second story. Feller window for beauty ft
?7? 1126 North Thompson Newly painted, Inside' and Esprit Zena Oc.an, equity aver DENTAl HYGIENIST
Street. Itpd 7/21 out. No children-No pet*. Pacific Brlttanla Evan payments. $6,600 poyall. 2, pine chairs seats 7/21 Wonted. Full or part time. beet Insulation, fireplace 30x22 ..rog..t The
MOVING SALil Sunday July Phone 964-50464.7/1. tfn Flcone, Healthtex. 300 964-4924. Itchg 7/21 covered Inred velvet, $50 OKRA FOR YOU FREEZER. Keystone Heights, Fl Call Woods, Country Club. $...000 assumable mtg.at .
24. I-S p.m. Beautiful FURNISHED 2 IR HOUSE, other $7,900 to $24,500 1973 MAVERICK 3-speed. In ,_; 1 red velvet drape((8'). Bushel. or half. Already 473-4999 for Interview 9%. Selling price, $''',000.
upright piano need tunIng A/C carpat. Ig. dan with Inventory, airfare, training good condition, $900. Call $30: 2 hairdryers. S3 1 $10: cut 964-6928. 7/21 2tchg 7/21 4tchg 011MANAGEMENT SECLUDED. SPACIOUS IMMACULATE Bit, 2

organ needs tuning; pool table. About 1Mmiles fixtures, grand openIng after P.M. 9644904. 7/21 Somsonlto luggage ((3 7/28 TRAINEE BA, IR. Lg. kitchen, femlly ream w/flrepnc.
moll dinette tot with 4 from town. $300 mo. etc. Mr. Dlckson ((501)) 2tchg 7/28 'pcs.), $40;".> two Tight fixtures CHARLAIT ANGUS STEER. Restaurant experience I...,_. garage storage"barn, garden shed ft
chain; Early ,American 964,6885 or 964.8199. Call 6823164. Itpd 7/21 1977 CHEVY PICK-UPiShrt ..on* green and one 964-9489. Itpd 7/21 desired. Individual must be tree........ 180x202 lot In Five Oaks near Country
brown and while print after 6 p.m. 7/14 2tchg SOMETHING DIFFERENT bed V-8 Custom-Deluxe, white (perfect for .1 I INTUUNATI0NALHARVESTER outgoing able to work Club. "9.137 ei.um. ....,. SP "2.000.
sofa: other odds and endi. 7/21 Proven breakthrough In $2,800. Firm. 964-8897 teenagewfoom), $15 ea.i:. tractor with with people and solve pro HARD TO BELIEVE iUT TRUSt 3 BR, 2 BA brick.
Clothing dl.het and etc.91J. ONE ACRE LOT Quiet area. low cost housing. National after 5:30 P.M. Itchg 7/21 headboard $5, one vinyl turn plow and plantar blems. Good starting 1R. DR. K. End. gor. on Parkwood. 48000.

.E. Southgate Dr. Itpd S ml. South of Stark. manufacturer Is seeking 1971 PINTO Station wagon recliner-biack)1( $15; _$2.900. Phone 964.6984.LOSTFOUND salary and benefits.. Advancement QUIET RETREAT ON 1 Ac. at 14th St. off St. Rd.
Ready for mobile home reps In select areas for In running condition. $250. stereo with record player opportunitiesfor
SAT.. JULY 23. 424 N. 16-Baard 8 batten construction. > BR. 2 BA at-
Waters St. Furniture, set-up. $75 monthly. Call steel 1 framed homes and Call 9645963. Itpd 7/21 radio and,,two speakers, sharp person. Apply at tracttv/ kitchen w/dlnlng .. Nice fireplace. '
line of metal 78 CHEVY SCOTSDALI $25. one pulpit, $10. Call D'S
4681802. Itpd 7/21 complete Captain 80S S. WalnutSt.
clothing, TV antenna etc; MOVE RIGHT INI Charming brick 3 BR. 2 BA
Itpd 7,21GIANT I-FURNISHED GUESTHOUSE buildings. Energy efficient pickup. New .350. power 9648602., l.tpd 7/21 ., Stork., Fl. 2-' PM towl. fam. ft
room fireplace. Country
POUND Friday 15.
fro 30"und.r steering/brakas. AM/FM POP-UP CAMPER, 78
.$200 month.3- IIRaparlm.nt. maintenance Mon.-Frl. only. Itchg 7/21
YARD SAlli Mutt Club .. $10,000 ...h to Priced to sell
One of eyeglasses are mtg.
conventional. $3500 cassette. A/C. $4350 or Apach 'fcc box, pair on
see to appreciate. Extra .. $123. gas HAVE TEACHING ABILITY/ ,
sidewalk next to Terwlllegar CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly new 3 BR. 2BA
9648404. Itchg 7/21 refundable Investment re best offer. Call 964.7120 stove, sink new tires Health needs
nice merchandlte. company
Coy. after. 1 7/21 'good condition. Motors.: Pick up at stucco In Canerty Estates' w/tradlHonal
For Information Itchg $1500.
Apartments, 301 N. across ATTNi Correctional)Off ker.- quired. complete three qualified persons to
from Bradford Furniture On. bedroom ..Hlcl.ncy'.tyl. package call Mr. 964-6086. Itpd 7/21 Bradford County' help set up franchl.... fireplace ft pretty. fully equipped kitchen.
Factory Friday. 7/22 6 BOQ-type quarters Bruce at 1-8OO-433-555S. LANDFOR OKRA FOR SALES 40 cent Telegraph. Itpd 7/21 Work from own home. Part LOCATION, LOCATION BR, 2 BA facing golf
Sat., 7,23. a AM til ??. available. Furnished. All 7/14 2tpd 721REPOSESSED per '''.;--$10 bushel. LOST. REWARD' FOR time potential $OOO-IOOO course hew Itl) Custom drapes, super kitchen.
RETURN- Black female
Itchg 7/21 utilities Included. Cable SIGN SALE 431.1067 o'r 964 5664. Itpd per,month. Call J.C, Enterprises fireplace. *nc. ..ng.. greenhouse. Fantastic
THREI FAMILIES 390 N.Cherry TV. HBO available. From Nothing down. Take overpayments 7/21 ifS Doberman. Missing from 783.790.lchg view. Owner financed.
St. Friday and $100 per month. Will consider $58.00 monthly B ACRE LOT on SR-227 facing IB CAMPER Selfcontained.Sleeps Hellbronn Springs area. 7/21 .60 A. Prim land off SR-iU.
Saturday. 9 to S. Itpd 7/21 bi-weekly. 9646577. 4'x8' flashing arrow sign. Breaker Rd. Selling price, .-$1200. 9644704. Female black 2tchg and 728LOST tan RECEPTIONISTASSISTANT .47 Ac. off 100 W. ft Brick home. $140.000.
THREI FAMILIES. Detlgner 3 BEDROOM MOBILE/ HOW New bulbs, letters. Hale $18,000. 1.000 down $225 Ilchll7l3h, for doctors office. Must 28.S Ac ft Hem .... 328-$48.900. Flnanc.
leans, chlldrenl clothes on Grlffls Loop. First last Signs Call FREE month at 15% Interest.Ph. 12x16 MOBILE. HOME On. Doberman. 2 yrs. old. hove basic clerical skills ... Ac., Umber..Highlands. 100000. '
feet Ears tall
boys and girls, lots more. month plus deposit 1-800-626-7446 anytlma. per. 964-5606. 2/24 tfn S.92 acres."18.000. Terms- ped.Small We love her so much.clip-- with excellent personality ,.4.78 A. $ '.000. Owner finance. '
Take Rd. 16 on right, 964-8816. Itpd 7/21 Itpd 7/21 BEAUTIFULLY WOODED Owner InofKed 046 .29304, Call 17771356. Name Is for dealing with people. MH 1/2 an I *c., M|. $32.000 I'
before prison gate Watch 2-One BR APARTMENTS 1-2 7X21 4tpdV11 i v "T.T." Experience h.lpfuillut will Waldo Airnqu* Store. $32.000.
Itchq 7/21
In Co.
Clay near
.for signs. Saturday only 9 BR apartment. 3 miles GRAINJ'EDiBEEF.i Ready for, train qualified person. To I
'to 4,7tchg; 7/21' north on 301. Underwood,.. I,, Geldheqd \,:Stete,..Rark! 4reaterlo782.1063.0ltpdti7l21Cir1 ; : apply phone 964,001 bet.. .,
'Motel"y/>1 tfn Mowing &'T' od.r .Twotjpcte' ,)*'Ra equity andj jtH.I 'npIa\p 7'' ..n.;;. ", .i WANTED ; ,t.. ; V<*enithe: .hourJqf'i2:0Qjti! .'" .. .
MOBILEHOMES Service assume. payments ONE Ii cII"'I' LAND for noon and ZOO p.m. on Frl"r
MOTORCYCLESNEW Afternoons, 4752197. 7/14: 2tchg 7/21 salaj.iCcin Jv|egpk'lp( to city AXLES 4 TIRESi Two axles ,day or Monday. Itchg 7/21 C & C' Mini
B. EveningsAll ONE HALF ACRE completely ,water. and sewage.! Cheap. and four tlr... Highest Ciassijied StorageNow
FOR SALEA SUZUKI OS4MTI 3,000 Day Saturday set-up for trailer. For location Inquire at '4rodforit5arberShop price paid. Green's Ads'Ge .

mil... Take overpayment BJ Sunday and Information call across from Badcock Welding Shop 301 South t Results, Renting '
.. 964.6881 after 782-3573 9644815. 7/14 2tchg 7/21 Furniture; Upd 7/21 StorVe. FL. 964-5007. 7/07 -
B W MOBILE/ HOW SALES 5:00. 046 .IIOI. Itpd 7/21 7/076t d 8/11 LIMOUSINE' STEER Barn, 4tchg 7/28 'R" ( ......"tl.UNI > 6x12 8x12 10x12 12x18

New and Died Mobil. Sept. 82.Show'quality: SMAU FREEZERt To buy, call ., 1,1\, '" Inquire at Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke
289-7603. 7 21 4tpd 8/11
Home for lale. Waller ( after 5:30: p.m., all day I, .,1,,, r\ I'J 'I ''II' '
(Bud) Alvarei Invites q 4311132. 6/30 Hwy 301 8. 964-8020 :
you Saturday '/. ,.. "" ,,,1;. I ", h '
to coma out and browse. ..,.." .11 "I''," h.ti& .
Highway 17 South. T"r tlLADI EStl For Complimentary Why Buy
z"r Foetal: ..' '. :! I" I

or Palalka.338-4662.Florida.3/31 tfn 325-9551, IIELP ME! ''Call: (904)5332997cosMtpics A ,Used Bike? Classified Ad Get ,Results. /'

A MB 24x1 MOBILE I need to exercise weekly,( end It's a LONG DRIVE, to Gainesville, s* I am cam I .New 1983 GN129Z. Reg. f .._M....,."' .",,"....".lllH.........*...IMHM.....,.<""' ..............."...,,,,,"M..*......MM4MMMl
I HOME By Skyline. This templetlng the opening of ." exercise spa In the Stark .,*....but I need your help. 4 >1049. Now$879 FOR SAlEi S40. Oral CHELATION (PLUS) TABLETS-$50.00 .
lovely home has aluminum Please drop me a (line and let me know If you would enjoy| this typo of program I New GS 450T. Was 1879. 90 Oral CHELATION TABLETS17.00

r lop siding shingle roof, Your response would .be greatly appreciated end It would help me convince my .. Now $1299 ., ....v.r. hardening' of th.arteries need not lead to coronary bypass surgery,.
husband mat this
Is IdeelPleese Curia
and Is located on a very a greet heart attach." Dr. Dansback. '

l secluded 4 acres In the write K. Faber" Route I, Box 356, Sterke, Florida $2091-1285.; Suzuki-Kawasaki. "A double-barreled: approach that can produce dramatic# r..pon rl";! r
J. Keystone Heights area. 1 Itchg 7/21 Hwy. 301 S. Descriptive presentation by appointment. .

Also has a 26x70 :' .,.........
workshop. asking 37000. I : ,, 'Stark 964-602O ...N..V'.G..3.. '.t.1S..N.............RtBoxl3M.SIarkeFIS209l" ""' :"." I. ''" '." .'." *,. :711__

For more Infar. call 'Carolyn cCftit
964-4414 after 3 call
473-2082* ask I.for Linda. Independent1 sees..lsaee..s..sesa..s.ss..s... I
6/30 tfn chg FUN JOB I IDemi beamy i.uni miaiu .,'
12 X 10 MOIILI HOME. 2 BR, I .. StarkaGraharnBrook rir PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS

1 SA. A/C. 2800.. strete toys gift. end decorations. Average I ,Gainesville, Sun Is looking for an early morning '

9648497. Itpd 7/21 $7 per hour. No Investment. Sample Kit. 1 E ERAI : motor rout carrier In the above or..., .

Cell 4BS-IO1 Called after 6,00I.M. <; ; Good second Incom. s $450 to $350 monthly 1-2 A 3 Bedroom Apt*.

nhII1.rLfILfII.J- FAULKNER .3-3t/e hrs. por'day (70 mlUs), Cash deposit From '150" to '297"
MertoFoUienbergRealtorAssociate. 15 1I
of $200. .

964-S06S .i iEves. WE PURCHASE 1ST& 2ND MORTGAGESAre REALTY;, 378-1416 or 964-8170 1930 W. Madison

.7I2-$790 Phono 964-6312
,964565EH .s ee.ess ... .. .:: . .. aaw.s.
NEW LISTINGr you collecting payments on a real estate mor ---.,
Beautiful tage, but would prefer to have a lump sum?
10 acre*, well and
Let us show you how to convert all or part of you'
F.nced pasture with wooded mortgage Into cash. For details, call today. !! I
.Bed Shop & Compare
area also lovely duck : Bargain Center301S
.pond completes the scene. 116 N. Walnut St. .. 1ros Stark Special Insurance for I NETTLES &
EXCELLENT VALUIlDoublewid RFALTO- Mobile Home Parks!
3' BR Mobile Bradley 1; "All types oil MASTERS
home an | acre off Bayless 964-5010 policies for '
1 *** B fc-l > |
Highway. .Yours for only' I 221 Lafayette St.Across from Wllhbone A Window Doors mobile homes. CONTRACTORSI

.$24,500.LUXURY. OFFICE HOURS .la( ;, $ ft I PVC PipePlumbing i Call for Quote *,
LIVINGi The .. .Man. FH.** Set.-U(Neew '. Suppll.s I New Construction
nicest lake P.. .' .. emodelingWat.r
Hampton horn .i.r "
.' .' '... .,,,. Olln's Mobile! ,
; Softner
around. Must ; BUYSLongchamp ,
see to. 'ESTATE ,I .. j and Roofing
"' 11_. INVESTMENT PROPERTY<' .," "% .Used Furniture Home Sales
.S House-!11,000 ee.or 542.600fer'.N.i'... .. FOR FREE' ESTIMATE CALL |
ERA FAULKNER REALTY Enterprises & Assoc. House with 1 e arhnent23.!00. .Jrr>.."' Electric Appliances Elaine M. OUn. Agent j

,64.6665 Inc. .Oup(...Ownr rinendna..tn.00. IIIf t > 964-5606 064 5882
.1 Unlts-Cloi '
m .* la Scneel..S3StOO N"
... Homes' For Sale ., ,v ur, ." after fi PM, 964-5135
.t.'o. 53 SR. 2 BA-Over: 1SSO $q.. Ft. $53.000. MOBIL/ HOMES 'r'eDoublewlde '

.,'... t BA-Maiiy ._... 47000. ;, .' MH lake access. $tr$00' itrro
-- -- -r '.S '1. 1'. BA-Qulet Neighborhood.. $38,000. 1 l I-A Oeublewlde MH Off keyless. HwvJ, 24.5OO. I r

.1 BR. 2 IA-House plus Shop Aree-SVS.OOO.. VA A. DoubUwlde MH. f2*. OO. :* ui m MINI LIMITED TIME ONLY

Lake Property .'/ A. I2n 0 MH. Excellent terms. IM.OOOi .

Mobil.. home ." canol I .....1"11 to,Santa P* lake .I eeautHul Ac en Hwy" :Sol lewtey. DouWewlde. MH.
Greet far a ...-*.way. $28.000. ml *-ulldlngs... pIt f STORAGE
: Lots& Acreage .", ",; 3 br., brick veneer, 1% bath central H/A

I' ,.Beautiful .lot near Hampton Lake.. ".200 each ," ", VAUMS 1'/j : : AMERICA carport,. utHtty room and carpeting''LOWEST
asp .Beet Financing term eaywhera Let near Keystone I lovely remodeled. (large term hause'..eO *...free. ,
Start ef ".000. .Sera. ....tura. paved read frotttovo.'l04 .*.,wHbbouse. 'RATES on your lot!

.One ..... P..N. Crosby. Lake. 2 lot at ".000 I *fttf} <;3;:., .
each, and 2 ether at $1.000 each. Where else cen you fled e-bedraem. Me.fro_house I i' '$31 '80000

Nice lot with well k septic sank S7.SOO.: with barn end 20, acrem. ,,11II,>>>7'.1' in Town eJ
Wooded let en Beseeet Read ".100. I 4'f1f 'r

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; are tract. ".100 Your choice, .,., A.Terms. '1.000.. Good owns flnancl.*'" 964-6853
slots en Old Uwtey Reed.and Thomas St.".100_h.I I '.IXCILLINT SUV-1 Plus Acres, Hwy XX S M Co_

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several I large office for lake Region Monitor officeIn HAW LAWNMOWERs WILL Stan Keystone Height 100 ft. \ Sparrow .H the name of many smell, common bird. The mm eome from .n Anglo-
rant In roar of building writing and paid InOd CUT GRASS Reasonable.Call fir.poco.spiral( staircase, lake front, 600 ft. deep Saxon word "spear**" which li believed, wn B general term for all small birds.
facing Flamingo. vance unless credit I I. 4737072. 7/14 MhO 117 ft. on (oka. $129.000. lake large oak. ready to .
473.9111.7/7 Call already etabllhed with. CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Call Owner, 17436739. build $46.000. Cashpreferred.
OFFICE PACRdowntown rlnchg this office. WORK Building patio. 7/14-21 2tcbgBEAUTIFUL .. Call 1-7 6-6O44.
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT addition, remodeling LAKE GENEVA 7/14-8/11 Stchg
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Form, BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR home and,tile work. Free see." lot from $3,900 1974 v CHAMPION
tleO/Mo Center MISTAKE IN estimate Phone 473-4473 $900 down $ 1.74' par MOTORHOMIi 31ft.,
Height' /Keystone CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS during day. 7/7, tfnchg month. Discount en entire .36,000, miles. New hoees
Realty, inc.. TAKEN OVER THE CARPENTER WORKS 10 acres. One waterfront belt. shock! leering
.: tfnchg REALTOR, 473-4961. 7/7 TELEPHONE. Remodeling. work kitchen lot. Call 473-4375, 7/7 stablller., ,New carpet Union County Ads ./ .:- .. .rq """ .. ..,-
: FURNISHED Classified deadline I is cabinet and trim corj\on. tfnchg upholstery., and drape ...
Tuesday noon to Reasonable PROPERTY -
: prior try. price COMMERCIAL on 4.9 kilowatt generator,
or bachelor preferred Thursday publication. Call 473-2477 after 9.30: comer of Lowrence Blvd. roof air, fully contained.Like : WANTEDWILL
$179/mo. plus Minimum charge I Is 15 p.m. 7/7 tfnchg and Flamingo near SR-100 new, S4.110O. Call PERSONAL INSURANCE FOR SALE
: deposit. Call 475-1369. 7/7 word for $1.79. then 10 CARPET AND VINYL repair and SR-21 'Intersection, 473-2621 0473-4933. 7/21 SERVICES
: tfnchaUf cents for each word and 'Installation. Free 4-separate office complexes Itchg PAY CAIHt For Your MAINSS INSURANCE AGENCY CHICKEN HOUSES Three
TO*.0 0 SQ, IT. 'In front thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS,. estimate Ten year ex comer lot with entrances .14ft MBMOLASS FISHING used mobile home. Ray RECEIVE VISA/MCI-8.4 160 L Lake Avenue chicken house for ......
el Foil Oftlea. Fenced In. perience. Call 473.4217 on 3-sldes of BOATS. 9.9 Johnson plus Powell! 4963377. TFN. credit ok t Guaranteed. For Lake Butler 4963978. S.M. Brown 496.2033.
f. Good for repair business.Ph. and ask for CraI,. 7/7 building Owner financed trailer, $730 ROGER .357 free brochure tend Complete Insurance Ser 2-pd 7/21
47 -2014. 7/21 .4tchg tfnchg with low Interest rat*. Call magnum with accessories, S.A.S.E.I Capitol Financial vice. TFN. TMMR BOATS Sell or trade
?i 8/11 BINGO. .AMERICAN CARPENTRY repair*, Intallatlon 473-4920 or 473-3411 7/7 $200. 473-4922 7/31 Itchg HELP Box 821428. Dallas T*. 14 ft.. IS ft.. 16 ft., also
LEGION HAU.Sr-21 Saturday *. door*, window tfnchg BRASS CANDELABRUM 7 WANTED 79382. call anytime REAL trailer. 78 model 7 1.2
*. 7 p.m. Public Invited. *, cabinet shelving, 1977 CHEVROLET PICKUP candles 19 Ib*. $32.90. 90 214-2434252. 4- 7/7 tfnchg. partitioning paneling. Call ton 4x4, LWB extra clean pound gauge propane RIAL ESTATE LICENSING In CAM DECORATING Need a ESTATE depth and fish finder
WANTED ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSi ..73-2520.7/7.28 4tpi automatic tranmllon tank 28 Inches diameter,7 Lake City. IRM Schools of beautifully decorated swivel seats and troll
doted RETIREMENT HOMO AND free wheeling hub. ft.tona." $235.00 473-7812. Real Estate. Phone cake, weddings birthdays, 1 end 1/2 ACRES WITH motor. 4962842. 1-chg
PART TIME OR PUll TIME meeting Monday 8 p.m. HAIRSTYLING CINTERl All 3500. ...73.3111.16 Ted. 7/31 Itpd 759-4006. TFN 714Classified ect. Many to choose from. HOUSE located on E. Main 7/21
1. EMPLOYEES Excellent Open meeting Friday B under one roof. OFFER tfnchg SEARS M.8W BTU AIR CON- Call Nancy Jakob. Street In lake Butler. Call TOPPER for long wheel
salary' and fringe benefit p.m. At.' ., Monday 8 ING: Certified nursing COCK A Tin BABIESi Raised DmONBRi200 volt.. $150. 4851778. 1-pd7i21 781-0764 In Jacksonville.. base. Needs tome repair
Cat for an appointment p.m. All meeting at anltance and CPR trained In my Aviary. Easy to Two excellent end table*, Ads TIRED OF EVERYDAY CLEANINGS Ideal for business property. Sao 4962043.
between. noon and 2 p.m. Educational Building Community .staff; 24 hour supervision tame just weaned. Special $19. Call, 473-2028: 7/21 Get Results Need tome help? 2tpd 7/14 7/21. TILLER S HPrear tire self
,i or after 8 p.m. 4737373. Church 473-2790 or for senior citizens; hot price In quantities of fiveor ItpdOCNRRAL Contact Faye and Joyce at propel) Used two summers -
7/21 Itchg 4752130. 7/7 tfnchg meal; day week. or long more. Call anytime ,ELECTRIC 1 TON 496-3189.: Ratet SALE for small garden.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS term May: STYLING 473-7481. 6/30-7/28 StpdPADOLSBOATi AH CONDmONERi 12.000 .. .. negotiable. 1-pd 7/21 FOR Very good shape. $230
11: LOST/FOUND No due, fee or weigh In*. CENTER for the public! Two year BTU. l Excellent working Stave Broadway' j jI LAWN MOWING Need your 496-2O43. ______ _
Open meeting Tuesa '., precision styling for men old. seats 2. Removable condlrlonv, 4734186. 7/21 lawn mowed?Call Hal Bar-. 68 ACRE FARM! Beautiful BIO ROPING SADDLE $100
J' POUNDS brownfemale 7:30 p.m. Community and women; perm and vinyl 1 top. $350. Call Itchg. TREE SERVICE 1 rlngton 496-2439. 2-pd home site. 29 acres 4962043.
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Church Educational hair-coloring. SR-325 Jacksonville, 28-2894. 1978 BUKX UMITtDt Loaded cleared .35 acres In PUMP Goulds one horse
If, Welnhelmer 5. In month Twin Lakesarea. old Building, Keystone Hampton 4682619. 7/14 weekend, 473-2818. extra clean ana Removal FOR RENT woodland. tobacco allotment deep-well pump. New
Height, 4732790. 7/7 tfnchgTHORNTON'S 7/7-28 4tchg owner. $2999 _h. Call I Trimming cypress fish. pond purchased this summer forever
S. No collar-no .
;. Call 473-3526.7/14 tog liNGO lion Club acre**' LAWN SERVICE ,..., MOBILfHOMSi Now 475-19110.7/21 Itchg it Free Estimate j next to large hunting.... $400 -will take $335.
::i 'In from high cchool.Tuecday Mowing and trimming floor coverings, flexible 1974 With $900 350 engine ,Firewood TYPEWRITTEN AND AD- 1250.00 per acre. Owner Used only to try out well
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1' female *. Early Bird 7p.m. for Keystone Height 'owner term., Clay County. and transmission $150; r : DING MACHINES FOR will finance with 20 percent 496204.1.LARGE .
: area Gorman .: Regular 7:30 and Slarke area. Owner, salesman front end loader and o> Anytime RENT Union County Time*. down. Denlson Really PTO WINCH Taken
shepherd with black spot Public I""od..1/7 tfnchg.p.m. 475-7846. 7/14 tfnchg 17500. Call 659.2269 -*' for Ford __. 150 Main Street lake Inc. ((904)) 394-4939 UFN off 2 1.2 ton army truck
on tonguo. REWARD OF SlWiNO"MACHINES Grandln. 7/7-21 Stchg $300| China cabinet. $300; I 473-4732 'j Butler. Phone 496-2261 for TRAVEL TRAILER 21' self contained 1200"%204:1. -chg 7/21
FERED. Call 473-3041. 714jOSTi CUSTOM VANSi Now 1983 curia cabinet, $175r set of Information TFN 10/1 travel trailer like
3 mo. old pit bulldog YARD SALESATURDAYJULY make !
f Chevy Vans V-8 automatic ring $200:; Sear self- FULLY FURNISHED MOBILE Inside.. Must see to
cleaned new
from home on Nlghtangalaand oiled and ad- !. 'KeruHeights i ii
transmission with overdrive propelled mower 22 loch HOME 2 BDRM 2 Both all $3,000 call
Orchid Monday even- 23: 9-tlll.. lusted $IS. Workguarantaed. steering, Phone 473-2197 I' Licensed B Insured electlrc 496-2842. 1-chg
; power cut. $85. or > 496-2323 Ext. 240 1-pd
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'Ing. with black eon, Jasmine Avenue. Follow James power brake, power winPonosonlc 473-2290.7/21 Itpd.KEVSTOfa .1 7/21 CHEVROLET MONTR CARLO
block circle around eye, sign. Girl teen clothe, Strickland comer Morgan dow.'power door Iocke. a. - 1977 modol good cond. UNION COUNTY
and black spots on body. odd. and end. 7/21 Itchg Rd. and Hwy. 16, Starke. sound .ye_. HEIOHTS AREA I ,'tteelrer.r1e/4Y Carwrwel.r. Contact Jerry Whitehead. TIMES
II REWARD OFFERED. Call FRIDAY AND SATURDAYS 7,14tfn tilt wheel running boards Bradford Co. Extara. Brick .. -chg 7,II14x68 496-2261
Chris McReynold at July 2223.: till off HWY THORNTOWS'LAWN SERVICIiMowIng 4 captain chair and couch. .3 BR. 2 Beth off Ice Irving IMMOBILE HOME 2

If. 473-2676. -or. .473-4933.7/14- .-..- oft on CR 214 In front of and trimm Beautiful Interior and exterior room, dining room kitchen New Life BDRM. Bath. Small equity
'Western Auto Go 1 1/4 ing. For Keystone Height $14,400 and with Jacuzzi tub 17x42 and take up payment. Call Janice
I' mile to Alderman' Rd. Eait. and Starke areas. dual air top of the line. Gunlte, swimming pool, Carpet Cleaning Service Wendell MooN -237'. 496-2261
ONE ACRE Turn left follow ilgm. 473-7846.7/14 Mrs $13.900. Compare at 33x32 metal building, 1-chg 721T.UMPIY
ALL WOODED JULY 30. SATURDAY 96. CARTS GENERAL, MAINT.i $21,000,11H percent bank chain link fence., Over I CIRCULAR OIlY POAM MBTHMCookie Used trumpet
(near Oekt Heed) SR-21 east of Friendship Bible Painting and repair Alto financing. Phone acre lot. Excellent condi good condo $100 Phone
New 2 M Home s Full Church. Chair, book, landscaping Free Gainesville, :3320903.714 tion. 94500. 473-2056 496-3331 day. 496-3143
...... carpet CH/A. couch, desk and more. estimates. 4733738. Call tfnchg 7/14 Ph.47X-3IB7: night. 1-chg 7/21 _
I 134.000 241.OUS.rte. 7/21-282lchg after 2 "M Itpd 7/21 tinyl'I i we" O..rw1Mr Keyetoneoleo to. .....

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m. CHAIN LINK FENCRt Installed. 'PAINTING a REPAIRS Also NOTICE to Marclo-. Aytes: Darby Bloodgood .t-: 3. GLASS CUT TO ORDER FOR SALE BY OWNERS :) BR. BY OWNER 402 Acre Evlnrude motor. Cater Hit
Ads Free estimate HandyMan -. landscaping. Free Content of storage unit* Box 1621 Keystone Doors, window, etc. C/B. completely. remodeled. troller. Almost showroom
.,. livestock Form Largo
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I Fence Co., owner estimates. 473-3738. Call located at Mini of America. Heights. ((904) 4733193. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY condition. $3.400.
Tommy Reddish .....11559. after 2 P.M Itchg 7/21 Keystone Height, will be 7/21 21chg7,28 964-6078. Order also all ww carpet. spacious block home, 9644503. 7/14 4tchg 8/04
PAINTER SAND 8.LIMSROCK. Nona to Nathan Stewartr taken 'In lake Butler. C/HiA. new. bam, out building, deep
,., EXPERIENCED FILL DIRT old at auction on Aug. 8. 2 blocks from 18 FT. FIBERGLASS Royal
Neat work. Interior or exterior. 468.1"". 1983. Further Information-' Content ef storage unit 496-3079 and Keystone wells and located on Lake Croft bass boat 20 hp Mercury .
Free estimates. Hampton. 7,21 2tpd 7/28'' Darby)j Bloodgood. Rt. 3. et Mint" America Height 473.4973.2/26 tfn ,hospitalflnanclnp; Rowetl. Located \In ,Bradford motor trallert All In
-1IL OQa9bI9-JAIItN'! .,,.,NOTICE, to Terry Campt Cere" Box 1621., .. .KeystoneHeights. Keystone Notable: :, will be *,', 'FAMILY'HAIR' I ,_111..1323.. 6/23 Cohort Hwy. 10D-A. excellent condition.
... .... good references:""Call < tent*" of storage unite .' ((904) 473-3193. sold or'auction Aug.. 8. DRMONIM tf/chg Owner financing 1.04.... .1663.
1650. ;
964.5177. 7/07 tfn located at Mini of America 1.212tchg7/28 1983.: Further /InformationDarby 144 W. Cell SI. HANDY MAN SPECIALS 2 available. For further In
.:.J ELECTRIC CO. TRACTOR MOWING. $12.00 Keystone H.lgh..wll\| NOTICE to David Coffman Bloodgood. 3. 9647303Open story Duplex with addition formation call9CN0462..201. Itpd 7/21
:Trailer Pole Special90OAMP$250 I per hour. Call 9647387.DRAINFIILD sold at auction Aug. 8, Content of storage unitsat Box 1621 Keystone rental cottage. Assume Mon. Fri.. 14 FT. FISHING BOATS IB hp
ROCK Btdg. 1983 Further 'Information Mini of America" Height. ((904)) 4733193. T.W.T. s P 9 Ml 8i38Set. loon and Its yours) Also' Equal Housing lender. Evlnrude with trailer. $700.
Delivered... ..Anywhere. sands, 'llmerack, top coll. Darby Bloodgood Rt. 3 Keystone Height will besold 7.21 2tchg 7/28 .-* AM HI 1 PM hack beautiful wooded 7/14 3tehg 7/28 Firm. 964-9923. 7/14 3tchg
Bradford County Large or small load*. Ph. Box 1621. Keystone at auction on Aug. .. lILL'IIAW SHOPS Complete A t. lot, 3300. 19043537760. BY OWNER! Spacious 4 BR 2 7/38
7823172. BRADFORD Height (9O4)) 4733193. 1983. Further Information-' sharpening service, cir Net At/w/ e"s-IY no collect calls, leave Baths, Den carport chain
LUUxOCK SALES tfn 7/14 cular hand carbide chain "I BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVKRi message. ..23 4tchg 7/14 link fence, garden area. Ads
mower blade hollow Residential pump.out.. $ BR C/B HOME on IV* Pecans OCTMOQV Shown Classified
"' ground and balanced. $59 we also re-lay drain acre 920 Thomas Street by appointment. $49.000. Get Results
Leave at Jackson Building ...
.line. 964-8131. 11/18 behind Apartments. Call .....5610.7.14 2tchg 721MISCELLANEOUS
In Starke
Supply Keystone WANT TO DRINK
473-3903. 7/07 4tpd
TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call THAT OURS Bradford. Co. Extra. Brick:3 !

the Office Shop 110 W, AbeheHc Anenymeu BR. 2 Bath office living

Cell St.. Starke. for details. 944-41M 964-8434 room, dining room kit- I HAVE $18.808 and t dead to. Professional ,
//I 964-9764. tfn! 964-6894 chen. Jocual tub. 17x42gunlta mortgage receivable Lawn Service)
ALANON swimming pool ((532.000)that) pay $307.00
u FAMILY GROUP 33x32 motel building. monthly. Would like to CompleteCutTrim
a 9A4MI9T Chain link fence. Over 1 purchase. lake place In L.wllMoI__
acre lot. Excellent condi Keystone or Starke. .

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*Starke* FREE PUPPIESl To good
r home. Adorable. Cocker .75-2197
Gainesville Sun IB looking for an early morning Ads mixed three black three 711.2Idte71J1

motor route carrier In the Starke area. Get Results tan..7823296.tfn

FI r s ;'-0-w zr Good second Income $500 monthly 3-3V4
II hrs. per day (M mile). Cash bond.. deposit .w"- i I Iii
$290. t i .,.-... ..._ .(1:1: .. ., ',

.! : ,373.141f1or9i1-.iio .4 BEDROOM HOMS on 2.8 acre with 30 pecan tree .

: I II ,and 300 ft. motor| highway frontage. $33.900. ,

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t town $22,900.

&MARY '. 1s I 88 BUILDING ACRES .LOTS$1.000 In per Starke acre., $3000 each. 4 to choose IA t ,

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ON COUNTY PAVED ROAD CollA. 80 1/10 Ml. arS.s.es.. BIDO: soak I Neighborhood Properties Inc. NEW & USEDWe

wrSSM, HOUSE IS ON YOUR LEFT. LOOK FOR AUCTION SIONSI w SuersK74 17500.2.000 to,. ft.J on. 'lot In .city, DrIIIIn., REALTORS (904)) 964-5231 / Finance Our Own

BANK REPO,Commercial' ... .. . .. ... KIRBYS
property. Hwy 301, Block ROYALS
bfdg. en 1.37 2" thru 8" .s .-sss .s...sss..ss .e .ssssss.sssssss..s EUKEKAS

WO-0A.2) oc. Paved .ping, Fast Rotary'' !i Waldo "*. HOOVERS
BEAUTY SHOP, barbershop Drilling Equip. ELECTROLUX

4 4IMM skating rink, some State Uctnl841.n. I Gainesville Sun Is looking for an FILTER QUEENS.

July equipment $28.000. .. .'." .. .. . .,... route carrier SEARS
early' morning motor
.3 BR. 2 SA frame borne on COMMERCIAL
own.. :3 ac.. CH/A,<,loroe porch. p. for th*> Waldo area. Good second; In-
'!t'" $2G. 23rd utility room area. Ha extra \ .,' h .-. .* ..t.f.' .. We repelr( an make I
come. '
$$5oo.'On- 3-3'/9 per. ,
Now it"M offs 'septic tank a power New & Used '

.,....r*m..,or.... is 10:30: a.m.. pole for trailer. 40000. Sales-Parto-Servic. day .(40 miles). Cash deposit of $300. Young's ,
( S3 BR. :2 SA. C/B with largecovered
Sinn 19579U6918
20 IB It" E-Z Terms 378-1416 or
up U ifBars pay paHo." CHI A.. 6 ., ... .... ; . .. S.SSS..I .. ..... ................. ..
f8% Inters COIling fan*.water sotioer,

I ttwee. s r.:ors rw r.r e.yw+- pr.wre.raw.wtxeewwrwfee w_,..nice.-s.9000eS.asa.es $55.000.eSPORTSMANS'. 'I.", '' PltunbtngNew'inataliation s..*.s MrtB Bf

tea w e are.' I Inot&It DREAM* exc. tore ,Start 88j US,301
Fish camp Sampson Lake _
3.72 zee, 156 ft. on Sampson WAYNE 'KINNEY
lake 760 ft:on -". lUmodellng Repoini.ir. .
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bar room, game room, ball Marty'sRoofing
( and tackle. shop. ,living ,JJ OE1'1'+6/strcc Et ECTRICAL WEA7INO 1 AIR COND.

quarters, boot ',and ., ; .. 'i' l .. .,.'.- REFRIGERATIONA DANCE REP IA R
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New Christian school opens in StarkeA ,

Christian school, Im starting In eighth and will Include all regular IUbFormal registration!Is planned for July I, ,
new II .
Starke next month at the newly built jects aa well as lessons from the Old 31 and August 1.
school for The Christian school Is accredited by \
Adventist Church located Testament of the Bible. The
Seventh Day the State of Florida and Is the second
all denominations and no on. belief will mmimr

on Th.8R-100.Starke Academy Seventh opening Day day AdventlstChristian le set for be Sunday stressed July said 24 Mrs., a workday Wright.la planned world largest,.according Christian to school Mrs. W system lghL In the Cheapest New Trucks: In Florida ;1 .
For further Information con
18, according to Mrs. Charleen at the church and anyone Interested In you may
August the school may stop by the church at 1649 tact Mrs. Wright at 964-5499 or School I IT
Wright principal. Board Chairman Russell Nail at 782 3464.
thru Madison St. for further Information.
The school I. for grades one

Local egg farmers going throughbig e PreviouslyOwned E

: changes: to stay in operations F

pale! 1 to upgrade an old farm Puffs!
"By the end of the year the farmers who most all of the growers around here ore more expenses
like those with equipment costs being
haven't Invested In automated techniques going to be able to keep birds. Stewart "
will be In trouble,"Whitahouto predicted Bronson for example, who owns Bronson what they are these days. The people .
willing to upgrade their facilities are the. I
"Manual operation |lust can't compete Farms near Apopka has picked up some "
with automated farms that can keep runn. of the local growers and we picked up ones that ore going to do well.
Ing longer and produce more eggs at th.same four more, so the overall situation looks Hazon said declining Interest rates.In 82.Bronco XLT
.. the six months have made It easier to Save'4000
time. better right now than It has In good while.:
We've added around 210,000 new birds In finance new equipment but sold the decision *4 & 81 Mercury L
Taylor $ /
Bradford County Agent Bobby
I Loaded
with that the last few month." Is still a "big one" to make for local) Absolutely '4 9 5
agrees"Obsolete. equipment Is the main Haxen also agrees that automation'I. formers to make with costs of now. equip I Hr Air, Glass, ,AM-FAA $fffs

reason some grower" are having their the key business.to keeping abreast In the egg m.nt think being os the high area as will they see are."I the .. . ...... ,. ...,. . .,
acknowledged. growing
trouble Taylor
right now '
I tarm. business continua' pretty much as It dld'4 i "
"On. of the main problems Is that it "There will be a few left out
Haien before," .he. sold "businesses like this1always 82 Z28 Camaro.N.w.16,000
have changed
takes quite a bit of capital to make a because times
and fall In I
rise cycles gueiSthat's
on an old farm to upgrade It said. "Some of the farms, particular/ .
changeover with Bradford County have been around for up always the way Its been and that'sthe oaded $12,495 80 3 Dr.
newer equip
to the new techniques Mustang
ment. The farmers that got a head start In to twenty years or longer. ,It's always way.lt' going ,fa be In the future. : . . .
that direction a few years ago have a big 6 Cyl., Air, AM-FMCass. $ 3 Q Q K

head line start up that new will contracts tell as after they start December tryingto ... -- s 82 Thunderbird e : . . . : ,

when Seaboard closes down.
The nature of the business Itself these.. New.,5,49, $ $9-995

days dictates that formers must have one . . .
of those long term contracts to prosper on .j. 80 Bronco XL T 33.000 miles,.
the egg market In today's economy.: Centralisation

commonplace In the In Industry the last has decade become that so 82 C eVa Scottsdale Loaded, Ul New, $ "J "| 495(4x4)

around 83 percent of eggs produced and $ 0 O O Ki . . . ,
,sold commercially In the state are grown LET OUR ( )L.W.B., Auto, Air

under long term contracts. COOLINGEXPERTS Whiylprfl'o .,. . y : .
"I really hop the Industry around hare SAVE N Ii .
can get back on Its feet after being down YOU MONEY 80 Fairmont Wagon
like It Is." County Agent Taylor said. "I 82 Chev.. Silverado
think the situation around hare has 18,000 BTU A/C t Air, Glass, 4 Speed JT 3 A 9 5

brightened growers compared up somewhat to what It looked for many like AHJ-180-4 Thermostat Control Diesel(6.2LJ( : !"D'uolie',1 0,9| O 5 :. .. .

right after Seaboard made their announcement e Slideout Chassis for
but like I said, the ones with $1 0 0 .
EASY Service
upgraded facilities have the edge oft .
Another reason we all want to see the ACOUSTICALLY 6.3 EER 220 Volt 79 Thunderbird41ooomi.,
business get back on Its feat again Is 82 _,1t7' :
because Its so labor Intensive, when you QUIET ,To-?one Blue ,$4 995,

figure In all the feed producers and their All-, 300. Six,ilk*"tyew, T6,395_ .,. :.. :. .,. ... :. : !t.

help, equipment suppliers and their. . . ... . .
businesses and then add that to the people kXA u '-
>* \ .
., actually hired to work on the egg *< t : '; '
themselves, hove substantial
farm you a
'Impact on the local economy" 82 :Audi aooo"S5I, o0mileti 79, IJr Block/Silver' .
The of of those automated
owners ana DARNHOT!
farms Fred and Claudine Caskins, TOO Gloss. '
'Auto.Air i ; .9,295 'Air, Gloss' ?

I Mrs.operate' Casklns a large farm confirmed on Bayless that Highway the announcement . . . . . . 6,995.
by Seaboard Foods caught T ,
them by surprise but said they had hod notrouble i (

Mrs. Casklni lining up has another been contract.working on the r- 'I ; i- 11- : 81 79 f hev.IA.

egg farm for more than eight years and 1 2 Dr.t 32,000 mites I .e.rbJ':695: I xt5,995 ''
S W.B.. Air
confirms the fact that automation Is hereto I .. Auto.,
stay. '. "-.P..2 AH*'2IO-4, .
"I 1 can tell you we couldn't have lined upa At.t: '2 .
now contract nearly as easily as we did 12,000 BTU 5,000 BTU 21,000.BTU \ '
If wa ware still operating with the oldhandfed. HIGH EFFICIENCY .EASY INSTALLATION HIGH EffiCIENCY' 81 Lincolni Town Car '
," EER 113 VOLT 7.5 EER 230 VOlT
method Mrs. Casklns sold as 8.3 EER 113 VOLTM98 9 6 83 Rentals AvailableFOR
she sorted! eggs coming off a system of 188 648 "Signature Serles" $12 295 ,
long conveyor b.lllin the sorting room at
she and her hu>band"s farm. "You've got . . . ", SALE
to keep up with the new equipment In this
business or the large companies will'pass Instant Credit Free Delh; rylilir..d
2 2 LTD'sSave '
you Hlllandale by. Farm's spokesman Jack buyers In moil cases 8i: ,Jeep CJ.7 kordto ,' Escorts -

Hasan company agrees although with that It grows assessment around His 50 --- ,1 :'6Cy.. AIrPt5tg. $6 995 Thousands!

percent of Its eggs on a company-owned d ;.. . . . ,. .
farm In lake City has signed new con
tracts with four growers In Union County "t' -- I
with' Seaboard.
who ware signed up

Foods.In most. bask contracts local poultry AM0N7- 'eGO FfA tea, See,Clyde, Byron, Warney Tom,or BHI Today! ._. ._ .
producers sign,they provide the growing
facilities and labor while the company actually 6.000 BTU 4OOO'BTU 9,000 BTU '
.owns the bird., supervise the High Efficiency G.E. PORTABLE Super EfficientEER : : : ; /
and andmarkets .
growing procedures transports 7115 VOLT 7.S AMPS IIS VOlt, I 1 115,VOLT :
the Most producers receiveIn !
egg. ; :11IIi1rIi'l11 ,
dozen return eggs a base and payment various per performance bird or per $318 $178" 598

bow.... ,
"We picked up four growers and we'ra BUY QUALITY J- BUY SAWYER .
glad la be able to do It, because a lot of
people around here thought the situationwould ,1 : ::
be a lot worse when Seaboard first? J Y;: .. TerwilleOilrMotors ; \ ;
mod Its announcement than It has turned ,
out to be,"Mown said"Now looks like I .

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