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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 28, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A weekend' high' of M was reached Sunday which .P'j. rap1 IR
night of the i summer with 77 degrees the early i Most of the week's rain and lightning Activity was ; J opt .r-

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A $3.5 million county spending bill the budget and trimmed almost
was brought into balance at 1982-83 $20,000 more as midnight neared.
l levels after commissioners trimmed
4s >" ,1500,136 from new money requests in '' t '. = "
The Difference Was-;
,a four-hour session Thursday night,
3 ,, : : July 21.Though. Balancing the budget was a matterof
I S'' .r4 : vx,. the budget Is balanced the inserting the $403,000. expected
commissioners left, at most, $130,000 from the new motor fuel tax into the
In the $595,993 Road Department Road Dept. budget..Funds from the
budget for new road work not enoughto gasoline tax can only be used for
I pave even one new road in the coming ,transportation.related items.
. : fiscal year. '<*I think you-all are All property tax millage was taken
I going to be expected to do some road out of the Road Dept., some $338,000
work this year," said CPA Pat Farn- *and transferred to the General Fund.
sworth. Commissioners realized that, Clerk Gib Brown had used excess
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II I and regretted it, but could not find a millage, above the 10-mill cap man-
I way to cut more from the budget. dated by state law In showing the
I commission a balanced budget as required

I 1t "What will we do if we sell half as by law, with all spending requests
s much gas.'... asked Commissioner Included. The new millage was
t Homer Hart If gas sales: fall 50 per- added to the General Fund which.was
cent he'll vote to rescind it, shot back $432,000 over available income.
f Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. Clerk Then the board began the cutting
I Gib Brown said he'd operated a service process By trimming $500,138 out of
r station for 20 years and he'd bet the budget the commissioners got
4r l there won't be any more difference in back under the 10-mlll and gave

_'"'""" sd'_...+a0t1_"'..''''' here Not much in million
than there is now. $80,000 a $3.5
budget. Clerk Brown pointed out to
t Summer"Stgrms the commissioners.
Spending Line Held... :Jack Hazen and Jerome Johns sat

Clerk.Gib Brown congratulated the through the budget session, as they

I board on holding the line on spending had promised. Neither had comments
: until late in the meeting. Johns a
:"I know.you needed spend more on
,Ryxrw.'f711'pt....... \ ...- ......,1]Plleased""'teflr.r'f.; :..$.r iap4ero! !" 3h?,' ,:.., ''I".1t' ; .,rands, but the. money Just Un.'t there,' former the commissioner problem the Commissioners, ..obvioullly'knew .-

i ,""" ,, YI.adayv.'tedsyt: "'.W......yl. ,a ,,Brow/i i aid. K,, ...,:.. ,faced offered some Sympathy *. 'I
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r y cooled things down but caused t I top 'A property tax levy of 9.537 mills Hazen agreed with Commissioner
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w.. few problems' .; around. "the ouy.Abuye. was also approved for advertisment, Maxie Carter's suggestion to cut all
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funding to the fire departments
..., the levy certified by Property Ap- county
praiser Jimmy Alvare i bring in the except Heilbron Springs and
A tall palm. tree la front of the .
same amount of ad valorem tax as Theressa which are not in incorporated
8tark Golf and Country Club was
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9.43 mills did In the 1982-83 fiscal year. areas.
shredded when hit and destroyed by
The rate is slightly because
up county
the shredded
lightning. Looking ever
values went down million.
property $2
tree are Leigh Ann and Matt Odom. Carter Wants TownsTo

children ol Dr. and Mrs. Richard Pick Up Fire Funding"We
Odom *f the country club area In
Starke Property Values Fell... need help" Commissioner

It Is *said that Florida leads the na-. The decrease In property values Carter said advocating letting the
tion In the number of lightning came because of two reasons: towns pick up fire department and
1 recreation funding out of the new
strikes. jj 1) The Florida Supreme Court eras revenue they'll receive from the

Right. 1 4 ed the five-year residency require- county-imposed gasoline tax. Chair-
ment to qualify for $25,000 In man Lawrence Mosley agreed with
bustles Mike Jr... r
Pam MeFarlind r homestead exemptions. That meant a cutting the fire dppartments back to
IVi. out of the rain In front of Wlnn- number of residents went from
$3,000 the current level, but asked that the
Dixie In Starke.Assistant manager homestead exemption to $25,000, and
amounts given last year to the fire
Lamar Eunice unloads Mrl.McFarland' 11 WStake that new homesteaders also qualifed departments stay in the budget say
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Nobody
groceries.: immediately for the $25,000 exemption ing a city fire department couldn't be
minded the rain. It cooled down. the .
asked to answer calls outside the town
torrid heat _
wave.
contributes
limits unless the county to
2) The state required more than It. Commissioners agreed to leave the
doubling of agriculture assessments. fire funding at last year's level for the
When ag assessments went from $500 time being but to ask the city councilif
/ Balanced Cuts Transfers an acre to $1,200. many bonafied ag they will be willing to help the coun-
Budget by residents who had not bothered beforeto ty out by using. the gas tax to fund fire

,, qualify for the ag exemption,foundit protection.
prudent to get the ag exemption
A'$6 million'Starke budget for fiscal Schaefer after an Item-by-item examination to 3.098, for the city. Clerk Tucker taxes advertising. rightfully theirs. That meant lan- "That's. a touchy situation," said
1983-84 was balanced for all practical of both the General Fund said staying at 3.178 mills would have- "Charlie, I don't want to par anymore downers who had been paying $7.50 Commissioner Homer Hart.

purposes, in a 4-hour session Tuesday. and Utility System budgets. netted the city,a $3,200' increase lit on mine. 1 pay enough; said per acre taxes got a drop to $2.50 per
night July 26* "What was that? Did I hear you property taxes.Schaefer Mayor Silcox. acre with the ag classification to .. ,I
First public hearing on the proposed correctly'" asked Clerk Tucker, jibbIng questioned ,rolling back avoid paying $19 per acre with the '
to Starke
r new city budget Is set Sept 13 at at Commissioner Schaefer. the millage every year, pointing out Gas Tax Trade-Off... new state required assessments. Funds Going
7.30pm. In city haU.Commissioners Schaefer led the way through the the city is getting no increase in in $29,700 was cut from the general Can Come From Gas Tax
,cut some $250,000 budget Tuesday night, apparently property taxes, which supports the fund at the:beginning of Tuesday "All these factors we have no more Commissioners cut the $8,000 going
from the budget, then asked Clerk having put In a lot of time on the docu* police and fire departments. Neither night's session because of word the control over than the wind blowing," to the Starke Recreation Dept., $4,700
Nell Tucker to balance by transferring ment. The veteran commissioner, does the city get any more money for county won't budget money this year comments Lee Hardenbrook of the going to the Starke Fire Department.Plus .
some .$50,000 from the Utility recently retired and now making his lice, fire protection to for the city Recreation Department or property appraiser's office. since no millage will be levied in
SYlltem.Tucker, trying to keep rll the, city post a fulltime job, suggested the areas annexe Fire Department or assess any New construction?, not counted in the county Transportation Trust Fund
money possible in the Utility System cuts and commissioners and the clerk. But there was no support for In- 'millage In. its Road Department in the rollback figure brought the tax- (Road Dept.) the city will lose $13,000
to make the bond Issue payment for either agreed or disagreed. creasing the property tax rate, and which the city'shares. able value back to slightly more than in millage it would have collected.
the$2.9 million issue to fund the 2-way Starke property tax rate for 83-84 Schaefer didn t push for an increase The county has been funding the ci- the 82-83 level and will put some The $25,700 can come from 4he
electrical tie with Florida Power and was set at 3096 mills, the rollback after making his point. ty Recreation Department $8,000 the $16,000 more funds into county coffersat $116,000 it to estimated the city will
to Improve efficiency of the sewage rate certified to city commission by "1 understand what the rollback .Fire Department $4,700, and the city the slightly higher millage level. receive as its share1 of the gasoline
treatment plant, reluctantly admittedhe Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez,' rate la, but If we keep rolling back was expecting some$19.000 in property Whether a property owner will pay tax. Another reason 'for cutting
can transfer.the /funds from the the amount to bring In the 'same' we'll ,never have any more money taxes from the. county more tax: or less depends on whetherhis recreation funding to is that
Renewal and Replacement fund amount of property taxes as the city. ; (from property taxes)" Schaefer personal property.value has gone county residents living outside Starke
"Tell the clerk to balance the damn received last year. 'said Attorney Terry Brown pointedout (See Budget..P.2A) up or down. are charged a $5 membership fee by
thing." said. Commissioner Charles .It.la a,!slight drop from 3.179 mills (here '.are, methods .to Increase ? *" !f The new budget includes no salary the city Recreation Dept.
ti .., '. \i > ..:,\! !\C: .. Increases for county employees, and Clerk Brown estimates the county
$ -4;' ',' .'\, the commission has not lifted its hising
will receive $265,000 in federal
I',' / ., :: fl1 moratorium. revenue sharing funds, but he's
$
," ; Relief. ti received no official word.
In':B-Section. .. ,, ,{; Pencils Were Sharp... "Gentlemen, if we don't get that we
.. are in troubleBrown told the com-
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About 10 p.m. after working entire ; '
\ TI'i, ; > -, mlasiooers.r :
ly through the budget Commission funds'or;
: Left in the new budget are
?. r Summer Pun for Kids... Is Spelled N-O O-P-P-O-S-I-T-I-O-N. Chairman Lawrence Mosley asked communications equipment asked by
> children ls-holdings.sslons at CPA Pat Farnsworth, "How much
diabetic
for ,
J' A.*urnmer, camp Jerry Thompson. Commissioners are
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not ,, ( i.' \ .:" 'c" have we cut?
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learn that dtabetlcs.'ffa '
kids they're Just with
/Comp Montgomery. The ,'I" .' f, ,"'" the sympathetic Thompson's request
too.'J. '''t'' (' J" tha time of- Clerk Tucker said, "1 don't believe Fingers flying over keyboard, because they've shortchangedthat
," Ihe'chlt.ren! ; a '; its 1 For first in history city Farnsworth added up $483,036.:
,, ',' ,, :. '' ,facials can remember, there may not there will be an election. This is the area in past years. A patched
; \ : 'j". : i be a city election this first tune In Starke's history that we "Gentlemen, I hate to disillusion cable for Instance, now causes coun-
,; *\'LWCt Volunteer. Flr.fl.htera... vii'" rb { : year. haven't bad one." you but you're just getting started," ty radio beepers ,to receive weak

:b The men Ot Lawtey Correctional itute risk: their.lives to helpti Why? Maybe.lts too hot to cam Tucker is completing his first term said Clerk Brown. That, after, the, signals. -
'' this the an clerk. Before becoming clerk he board had cut every fund request
and intangible: paign
both tangible summer. Maybe people
I father' *. The rewards ,they gain are : are voicing a vote of confidence for served eight years as'a city. commissioner ; back to the 1982-83 level including the' Future Budget Meetings...

.' the officials. > hospital's request and the new I
Maybe they just
'( *> I J''I," H\\ ,''G.r' :' ", :. tr!";, .. ,t>iliJ! ; } i i' ,doe present carevw .* ', .>: Mayor Vernon Silcox: Is completinghut buildings the county's volunteer fire An a p'.me pubtle'learing Is set
: : \) lath year In the Group city commission departments requested plus $22,000 Thursday, August 25, on the county

\4;' \Snakeekln Specialist,? > .'\'*-' '-rtJr' :4 'J:. Vi s.>' la staring : ; \
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Schaefer .j.\
Charles !
1 Commissioner s .
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exotic snakeskin/ belts and; ficlals who '
it". SmlHIe's, specialize In skins' : acce are running for reelectionthis the In fact the board t is considering l cutting
Group ,
.. utari.l', 1 Ji '. )V.i year and there probably/ will not completing.. his 10th year. in '
: orelnporll| ,, ;-' I pI. out all county funding for city fire -The first of two required public
p- be election. ,
an Clerk Neil TuckerIs
p City
:h., ', i : Is and asking the cities to hearings on the tentative
:..s Police Chief Jimmy Bowen completing departments, budget Is set
', \, 1'. .' t Investigating the legality of cancell 01the- ) the tab from the tax for 8pm.
and gas Tuesday
UCI, Arts. end Glsfb.dJ:. \'1 ing the ejection,' since ,there are, no 'commission his 10th prior year to that. was pick monies'ups they will reoeive. a suggestionof ; September 8r}

'inmates at Union Correctional insrltvt. "make and display prtsl" cha Alt four incumbents qualified by theTuesday' Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. The second and final public hearing Y
.. ,,, J-, .: m J ended at noon Tuesday '
"or. "
,*and 'crofts.X W" "t with deadline and may retain if ,; on the new budget fat set at : .
the
only incumbents 11"K
their,names In thus hal. putting their seats without a fight The board thru went back through Monday, Sept.




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9.9 Million Bradford School! Budget Tentatively ApprovedA ,


would like to work the system. "
$9.9 million operating budget for new buildings state money can be quest the principals made. The board When Supt.Casey got there,he took to earn the grades to graduate. Educators point out there are ad-.
1983-84 was approved Monday night, spent on. Afterwards, the board has ,will also want to examine, Supt. over, explaining at length the implications Written Into the new state law are vantages,as well as disadvantages to
the re-
July 29, for advertisement by the set a work session to look over the Casey suggested, the$55,970 transferred of the new requirementswhich specific skills required to pass law/ the 7-period day. For Instance,II rushed -
Bradford School Board. new budget. from the operating budget into the are written into state law. The quired courses. Teachers, by middle school lunch period could
School board members will meet at "We're cognizant this Is a tentative $696,000 food service budget,plus look I parents listened patiently,then asked must teach the skills, although their be lengthened. If a supervised outside,
II a.m.Saturday,July 30, to tentatively budget, and we want to look at It at step-ups in salary schedules. questions.Casey method can be their own. If studentsdo activity at elementary schools could
the new budget and to ten- again,"said Chairman Rodney Hall, With$i.2 million in new funds in the said more meetings will be not master the skills, they fail. be worked out, teachers would have
tatively approve establish a property tax rate, agreeing to the Aug. 11 work session budget; Supt. Casey:had no trouble held,then the Input and suggestions of In other words, the Legislature has more time with Individual problems-
bill. It Is the parents Is sought by the administration set standards to meet.
the spending
at 5.5 mills Going by a suggested by'Supt. Casey. balancing new with students. It could lower the
proposed of Education interpretation Hall renewed suggestion to meet a matter of determining where and. "- which must, set up a Students not passing the required.Courses pupil-teacher ratio In the high school.
the state's Truth In Millage in each school center to discuss needs how to use the new money 7-period school day. He asked the or with grade point average Main disadvantage Is bringing
law, of school board members were with the staff there. Other board Casey has stated that$1.2 million in parents to think about U, and make below 1)-plus will not get diplomas. young students In on the buses so early -
pushed into approving the budget members agreed, and with the chair- new funds should make an impact, suggestions about how they would Instead, they will receive certificatesof in the morning. .Casey said he
before they have had a chance to real man pushing, the following meetings the school system. prefer the bus schedule to be worked attendance.The prefers to run school later. Neithercan
received the were scheduled, auto begin at. 7:30: out.State children be sent home early
ly study It. Supt. Casey 7-Perlod Day. New Rules law now requires seniors to 7-period" day comes about young '
week member of the family'
budget Information only a p.m. to without some
the is trying
earn 22 credits to graduate beginning because Legislature
to ParentsA
before. Aug. 25, Lawtey. Elementary, in Explained In 1984-85, including 4 years of give current juniors time to get in the there to be with them.Sometimes brother that
member ts older or
Board members were told by Supt. the. cafetoriumAug < group of some 50 parents English, 3 of science, and 3 of math. required courses. Many cQuntiea currently family an
teachers,, students, school administrators sister in the high school.
Tom Casey they could, by law, meet 26, Starke Elementary. the and School Board The Bradford school district already require less than 22 credits, alternative to the longer school'
An
cafetorium. and the students will need the oppor-
requires 22 credits to graduate and
all Saturday or after 5 Mon-
day p.m. the school
Members Judy Becker and Patricia day would lengthening )
In
Aug 29, Southside Elementary, must add only one science course to tunity.A .
the tentative budget
and day to tax approve rate. The tentative budgetcan the cafetorium. k :. Spongier met Monday night in the the required course list to meet the 7-period day will mean lengthening year for Juniors and seniors.By that,
be changed, however, and the Sept. l, Brooker Elementary, In Bradford High library on the new state law.Further. the school day at the high schoolby Casey means a 30 Juniors and
board has a work session set Thursday the cafetorium. .. graduation reguirements and the students must take the re- up to 50 minutes which means school in which the
Aug. 11, to go over it. Sept. 6, Hampton Elementary. j in 7-period day.It anniversary quired courses. Only two compen- lengthening It at every other school. seniors can be school In the might required turn
her 25th wedding Summer
was bus courses.
the cafetorium. satory courses will be counted for Casey has suggested separate
A Building Facilities Team com Sept. 9, Bradford Middle School, in but Assistant Principal Burney .credit for graduation.Plus, by the fall runs for elementary students, bring- Into a good time for remedial Instruction -
posed of educators from DOE and the library. Winkler was there explaining the r of 84-85, a 1.5 grade point average, ing elementary students in from the for students who need it without
other will be here Aug. 8 to Sept. 12, BradfordJflgh: School, in RAISE bill passed by the Florida based on a 4.0 system, will be required northern part of the county, closer to their missing out on required class.
SChoolsi buildings and recommend the library.In Legislature. This coming Monday to graduate. Starke, then making a secondrun A 7-period day probably would be
construction need. The team the meetings priorities need to be night, Aug. I, at 7:30: p.m. BHS Prin- Supt.Casey frankly told the parentsthat flrsth e Brooker area. The 8:10: a.m. to 3:10: p.m. at EllS with
will make its final report Thursday established for building projects. cipal Jim Duncan will meet with Bradford County has a lot of superintendent wants to hear suggestions outlying schools starting earlier and
Aug. 11, at 8 a.m. The school boardwll Supt. Casey has included in the new parents to explain the new program 'students that will really_have to hustle from parents as to how they dismissing later, Casey, salcL.: >- .
what capital outlay fund every re- and answer queMtnn ':
listen to the team report $475,843. :_' '
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of the county, nor do
will have to for them over two federal revenue sharing funds. Department, getting that budget money'problem
(from page IA) city commissioners held a tight reignon pay down to H9,15I, some $2,000 lower they $1.2 million in new funds as the
County officials point out the city expenses. years. board does.While money Is not
will get$113,000 in new gas tax funds ....Changed the proposed Laura ...:$5,000 of $10,000 budgeted for a than last year.Schaefer school Starke officials are tryingto
levied by the county, and can pay for Probably, the conservative Clerk Street bridge to a one lane, as it Is new copying machine. got $500 here and $1,000there too make tight, sure they don't drain the
those Items Itself. Neil Tucker won't be comfortable un- now, to cost from $18,000 to $22,000. throughout the entire budget, too much with the pew
til he sees for sure the city can make' and cut $11,895 from the GeneraFund and It added up. utility system .*
The council declined to react to the the upcoming bond payments with and will pay for the bridge with ...Cut $5,700 from the Recreation City officials don't have the tight bond payments looming.

relative ease. In the sewer budget,for
and cut
county cuts, made no move to .
$9,725 it funds the Bradford County instance, is some $150,000 paymentson

County Library Health or $2,400 Department.City for the.Bradford the, treatment the four councilmen plant expansion.So present. Commission Buys Buses to Haul Inmates. Work,in St. Dept.. t


officials want to remain cordial Tuesday night Commissioners .White to defend the city In"a suit Attorney Brown told the council he
Schaefer, Silcox, Jimmy Crosby, and Two 24-passenger buses have been the past year working inmates, said
with the county officials. In fact, who fell has opposed attorney White In courtIn
Commissioner Jr.The brought by Alton-Thornton
Jimmy Crosby
of for
purchased the Starke
Travis Wood, cut most everywherethey by City
the two bodies are working together Gainesville and knows White Is
could. $10,500 total to haul work release inmates Inmates are used In the Street Depart, down in front of the Post Office or on .
closer than ever before. At present, Trimmed out back and forth to Lawtey Correctional ment. ,the Post Office steps July e, 1981, competent.
was: -
they are trying to set up a joint Institution and Union Correctional The council took the $10,500 out of White had already been retained Said it can't meet with the county
meeting to discuss cutting costs Institution. the current 82-83 budget, using funds jwhen it was suddenly found a few commission this Thursday night but
.. Clerk Tucker had
where possible. .some $27,500 Council approved purchase of the budgeted for other expenses but not weeks ago, that the 20 days to answerThornton' asked Clerk Neil Tucker to contact
put in to pay the entire hospitalization Clerk County Clerk Gib Brown and work out
used and with two months suit had passed.
Insurance premium for all two buses Tuesday night,July 26, in a only remaining
another date.The
mutually agreeable
brief official meeting just prior to its in the fiscal year. Neil Tucker and attorney Terry
Tight Reign Held employees. 4-hour budget session. One bus cost In other official action Tuesday ,Brown had to move fast or the city two bodies want to meet to work out

On Increasing Expenses ...$13.000 of $30,000 'budgeted for' $4,000 the other,$6,500. night, the council: would have defaulted In Its defense of ways operation.to cut costs by combining" areasof
Though they do not face a tight three new police cars. Chief Jimmy The cltv has saved over $40,0.00 In Retained Gainesville.attorney Bob the suit.
money situation, as does the county Bowen can still buy the three cars but
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i tend Bradford schools was approved Supt. Casey said he has requestedof '..oI (
July' 21 by the BC school board. Clay school authorities the numberof a
The approval came only after Bradford Bradford students attending I
'i1'r' to ,.y \t. :J tr school board members were Keystone Heights schools.He 3. !
tb'S rY n assured by Supt. Tom Casey and At- had not received a reply as of
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torney Terry Brown that the agree the July 21 meeting.
atudenand with affect Lake "We need dialogue... administratorto
f % 1y R not r address administrator, and if that doesn't
1 .p the Keystone Heights problem work board to board," said School
ak where Bradford students want to at Board Chairman Rodney Hall.
"' schools. School officials in both counties
Supt Tom Casey said he could see should get down to treating the problem :j j'j
in the agreement which the in the best interest of the ''j
Bradford board has approved for the students, said board member' (
1 y j>ast 8 or 9 years,"even remotely per- Patricia Spengler. "Busing students !
: : I t r > talnlng" to The KH problem but across the county, in Bradford or'
., wanted attorney Brown's assurance Clay, is not in the best interest of the .,
: 'his interpretation was correct Brown. "
t students, said Mrs. Spengler. .
said the Kingsley Lake agreement Make sure the Clay school' administration ;
L does not address the KH problem. and school board understand ,
'Casey said there are some 35 the Bradford administration and ,;

Stars Place; 'Third In State 'Tourney..... students from Kingsley Lake who attend school board.are concerned, board
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Bradford school But for' the 'member ,Judy Becker told ,Supt.
Starke's Start bOIled the lUte icnlor boy.Softball tournament and walked Crosby, Scot Hudson and CoacM .,..vid Bennett. .agreement. KL student would have Casey. '
,away with third place. Back row Larry Long Dale Buchanan, Blaine Dyal Clayton Norman. to attend Clay schools in Middleburg
For the story. about the tournament turn to page l'of the' ('Ir. 'tloO. 1 Mike Carroll John Rlggs. Bo Wheeler. John Bennett and James Curtis.. or Green Cove Springs., Teachers Return
They are from l Ief to-rlgIU Front row-Coach Jerry McGrlff, Randy Not Ibw_Emmett Watkuts, David Jones, Kenny Dewitt and equipment Approving the Kingsley Lake EarlierAn
Wheeler, Jeff Johnson, John David Francis Richard Warren, Tommy manager Tony Dlggs.. .'- ,.. ', agreement might take away a Aug. 24; Day
: bargaining point on the KH situation, Aug. 24 return date for Bradford
said board member J.T. Parrish, but school teachers, a day earlier than
'350,000, Riding Decision 'I'.1'n.. r,' I' he didn't want to hurt students In any originally set, was tentatively approved -
on : area and Kingsley Lake agreement by the school board.
." i would help that problem. Final approval cannot come until
K Theconcern, of Bradford officials the contract with, the Bradford'
I Small Oiie-Man Dealer Company? arose with reports that Clay school officials Education Association Is approved.
or Big are "picking and choosing"' Agreement on the calendar is finishedbut
which Bradford students living near the entire contract is up for renegotiation
his.will office it be In a small his home.businessman but $50,000: with will be able to evaluate its quality. or 2-way tie,with FPL giving the city Since the litigation settlement with Keystone Heights are allowed to at- this. year,Supt.Casey told

cheaper, or the large name firm with .Construction bids are expected in multiple sources ot power, making FPL the ,the push has been to implement tend he'll have KH schools.nothing to Supt.do with Casey a -says plckand the board.
all the correct forms at $$108,000 about two months for the:away power the city electrical system, more 2-way tie. Engineering work Is beIng choosing" arrangement. New Prices NeededOn
.That's what Starke commissioners tie, which wW,turn Starke into a reliable than ever before, plus enabl- done by. R.W. Beck Co. of Orlan- .Casey wants all Bradford studentsin '
must decide Tuesday, Aug. 2, when power broker...,able.to buy from or ing the city to sell current since the tie do. the KH area to be allowed to attend Bus Order.
they meet again. sell' to any producer of electricity on runs two ways.Essentially. Sewer improvements included in KH school, or none. It is Casey's No action"was taken on orderingtwo
Mayor Vernon SUcox brought the the state power grid. Also included In Starke can become, a the$2.9 million Issue are: responsibility to release Bradford new small school buses until
problem up Tuesday night after the the city's recent $2,905,000 bond sale power broker when the parallel interconnection students to attend school out of the Operations Director Lennard
budget session. He wanted and got' Is expansion.and Improvement to the is completed, allowing the Switching the plant from 'county Until now, Casey says, he's Register learns how much the price'
assurance from city attorney Terry .sewerage treatment plant as well as city to>buy power from the cheapest anaerobic to aerobic digestion of released any student asking to attend has increased, the board decided
Brown, that it la legal,for the city' the 2-way electric tie. source and to sell power to the highest .solids, meaning from bacteria that KH schools. A price of$14,300 was good throughMay
commission to reject the bid of the Equipment purchase bids are .the bidder. That Is what cities such as need no source of outside oxygen to' Reports from parents and from a- 1983 on a 19-passenger bus with I If
Leeds :J Northrup firm for equipmentbids latest move In the city's now-seven- New Smyrna Beach already do. .c bacteria that need an outside sourceof Clay.County school board meeting dual back wheels, Register told the II I
for the 2-way electrical tie with' year-long effort to achieve the two- Purchase 20 megawatts, or 20,000 oxygen becuase they produce no have come to Casey that some Bradford 'board. But he had not been able to
Florida Power Light. Brown said way tie with FPL. Biggest victory for kllowaU, of current from FPL.': That oxygen. Aerobic bacteria digest students are being allowed to attend learn as of July 21 what the increase
the city can reject.the $108,000 bl& the city came in Feb 1982 when FPL is almost' four times" the 5,500 solids much faster than anaerobic' KH schools while other Bradfordin would be.Register said he felt certain
agreed to allow Starke to' havea l kilowatts of the Is bacteria. there would be an increase. .
which came in on the proper forms as power city current. the same area are not being ac-
requested In the bid request, and go 2-way tie,or parallel interconnection, '.limited to by, rfL. Add clarification Improving and cepted.. It means the new term will be opened
with the smaller one-man firm which, in exchange for dropping anti-trust' speeding up the plant's/ ability to. One athlete,,, who will be a with 11 mentally handicapped
didn't bid but submitted a proposal litigation against FPL. The historic Buy Into FPL's St.Lucie II nuclear separate solids from liquid.It sophomore in the coming term and students riding back and forth to
Commissioner Charles- Schaefer agreement was-worked by-attorney plant of FPL for $80,000. That will has been attending Bradford school, Palatka In< a 66-passenger bus
and Utility Director Merril1Dees plana Robert A..Jablon.of the Washington give the city access to 1.5 megawattsof Is a 20-year Improvement project, has reportedly been Register said. If the buses were
trip to New Smyrna Beach to talk to D.C. based legal'.firm of Spiegel and power, but it will take the two-way meaning it is supposed to give the Keystone High. Another Bradford ordered now they would not be
the small dealer and with New Smyrna McDiarmid after a sixryear legal bat- tie with FPL to get it to Starke. plant, built in 1963 capacity to carry student living near the athlete was delivered until'Thanksgiving.
Beach electrical power plant oft< tle. its load for about that period time. denied permission to attend KH Register said.A .
flcials who have his equipment. The 30-year bonds, with an average Buy 1,309 more l kilowatts of power'from ; The project is being done with a I schools, Casey says he has been told. 18-passenger bus with single real
stalted. : -interest rate of 8.7 percent Were sold FPL, 548 KW's coming from all( 75-7# federal-city grant from the U.S. If Clay won't accept: all Bradford wheels would be less expensive but
j< '111" .s macounclf+"ntbl3ttdakorntrt; ..bIioI' e Allen,*Burk*.ey' !:.:1o.eJat_ fn 4d..t4lra al credits-mr: J tit!!" "ki+.Jgpenewei'!" project ortglrtntedin 1975 ., Casey says he'll stop signing releases wheels 'are not' stable enough and
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Ydcung be wouldn'(war to do" Tuck arid Mayor Vernon Silcox going of gas credits, which will cost. Hammock; and Ruckman of The board decided it wants dual
anything Wegal. to Tampa, to close the deal by sign Starke $34.900 or one-tenth of.the,, 'Jacksonville, started writing projects: 'rear wheels.
Clerk Neil Tucker,''who has already ing their names some 600 times each. market value of a kilowatt' of elec 'to secure federal funds to Improve the -
talked at length to New Smyrna 'officials tricity. Tallahassee JaIls sufficient ''city sewer system. About $1 million
and to the small dealer urged Electrical improvements to be generating capacity;' Is currently has been spent with. EPA par- Captain '
the city to send a delegation to New' made with,the, $2.1, million! ,project power line to. draw electricity ticipating over the past eight years, ?
are. Georgia,'and was not Interested Ruckman says, excluding the airport
Smyrna.Utility Director Merrill Dees said In getting generating capacity :.property.which the city does not now $6
'he feels if be west the equipment ha .Secure a parallel Interconnection: from FPL need for its treatment plant effluent. y 4 Can Eat For

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I' Mrs* Edna Harrell' Replaces..Husband on Brooker r City Council SUMMER SAVINGS

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On't i recommendation i by V Councilman vote was unanimous.. i Monday, August I to work. on ,the,, Stalnaker from total destruction of a Use these coupons one at a time or all at once.
Blake Hamilton, Brooker citycouncil Council also voted to lower'the"roll, 19KMM budget. '4 ., fire. Hamilton said that the depart-.
Either four delicious meals for
voted to let Edna Harrell fill a back tax.levy to 1.466 mills for this ment deserved praise for,the good job L way you'll get
vacancy on the board left,by her year's Jjudget.down from 1.523 mills -Voted to spend Up to $2,000 for a' they did with the fire' only $6.00..
deceased husband J.C. Barrett.J" last year.The next levy will keep property new copy machine.The machineown- t.tit
Blake presented a letter to the council taxes in Brooker the same ed by the city does not work well according -' ':. Noted that something needed to be IBBBBaaBBI CUP THIS COUPONIBBBBBBBB"
at a regular meeting Thursday to city clerk! Linda Robinson.
night'July; :21,After hearing the letter'. In other business the. council: : 'done ,about a stranded truck Brooker filled FISH FRIES Two tender fish fillets, o
with 'garbage on
parked
Councilman Claude Prescott moved, s-Congr duiatecf.the'. fire department ; natural cut french fries
to let,Edna.Harrell fill.the spot. The .Set 'a tenatiye budget hearing for on saving a bouse, owned. by C.J. ,Elementary School property., erirv T '
'4 i .- ESJfo and 2 southern style hush =
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I Hospital Property, up for Rezoiiing; Tonight j Before City ,ZB Watermelons OH.rExpl..8I07/S3... 3HyJ ',puppies.,.. A T 'Hi9 N

Rezoning of all the property' This'' property ''south of the' esent'hcspltal now situated is stlfl.classified '81'(, Not goad'wnh. any om'! fipolal R. aD i > a W" IB SordKcount. .

by Bradford Hospital! Inc/v J going: Is where the new ".2 millionLexpansion' single family .residential. PItS the : 50 $1'OO'' = lot panicipoflng Copi.D'u/ .' grcafUttk' scateod place =
from SR-230: to Wilson Road, is up for 1Nin.; be! built doubling the* property the hospital has recently ,
I rezoning at 7:30 tonight (Thursday, :'size of the present facility.. This property -. agreed to purchase back of the present .BBBBBBBBI CUP THIS: COUPON.........II
July 281 'before the City Starke Zoning was formerly owned by Ed Wall. building toward Wilson, Road, 1 "MlKE'S'PRODUCE' _
Board "!T and Mrs., Bob Edmondson.!: .must be rezoned' from."Rl-A. 'US :lOt South-Just past Drive-InLNQTJE FISH 0_ FRIES Two tender fish fillets,
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Property on,:which the hospital ,.. -: ", ?' natural cut french fries' =

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'Lake CbevrMet-Olda on Temple' ;;"On Saturday,Aug:1 Jo-Cepnun and ordtocount.Not good won any oa.r lp:-ck3 Captain? .

Ave,''Is having their grand- opening: the Ghost Riders will perform from k = ,larpomowo.nocopl.o'si place.D's.. =
celebration beginning today i,end.' .,2:30 to 8:30: p.m. Come out and enjoy
lasting until Saturday. r Mm good country music. xllSa.miiCupTHIS COUPON I>0RUUUmm..O.
All events are free to the public. ,
Anyone :''who:'comes out to the'' Refreshments are' available' and Ister.t'o': VoteREISTRATION II FIS'H' '0- FRIES-I ,Two tender fish fillets, =
,dealership today between the hours of ,door prizes will be given- during thecelebration. I ,,Re ; ., ex natural cut french fries
5 and 8 p.m; will be treated, to a (roe. FOR 'and2south
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"We invite'aD the public to come ; 't'" 'ONLY H.WJ
puppies.
Tomorrow;; July'29.you"can .arrange "; 'out and' take:: advantage of the'' "'. ,1.,' I'. ..
to have a picture taken with a freebies Schramm' laid..Lake President ,', 1 .. 1.. ,/'I,,. ,. Not good E""","wah\ ,arty 113 om.r_ ,'c pt alii: D'S .
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Kenny Rogers looII.allke.\EarllJOYd: Charlie: :They can mine < ,,
of Lloyd's Corvettes! in Jacksonville: get a drink and get acquainted.Thereason BOOKS" CLOSER''wiC P1 Si'parttci .Hoo Copt.; 0'i.j' sj grcaTllttl*seafood. place. =
will be on hand between.430 and 7:30: for this is to get acquaintedand ,
p.m.at Lake Chevrolet to pose for pfcM to meet everyone, and of course .',.\",J' t1L'< ( Nnm m..m.l CUP THIS COUPON B B B B B fit.mN
tures. There will be no photographer' ,-we hope eventually they will buy a : Two tender fish fillets
I own' camera, car; We Just want. to let everyone ., I 'FISH FRIES
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I 't Wish to expxes s.my'/ insere-apprecia- I : .-i' t | ,at-wamvCcJw.b'LI(" ...coupoM'lelalirlmmllil1NiDAYAMD*great 11<<1..1004. place., .


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..enr city,clerk:' .... : Moe.-FMey, 's:3O..f.;: 5 !'.p1.. i. rrwb'2 PIece Fish Dinners $, 3.69

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wDi'' tiriU.JO e in\aprofes-" '': 'c'; '11 Ii era' F .ra t". .' ;AI f' ,french fries creamy cole slaw and 2 southern style 1 r
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But Range Problems Still Unsolvedv ; "The arson Is fast approaching when
? Long the mann who has killed some fellow fort
> asking 'Is It hot enough for you?' will be

v' commis- wrestled out of the current budget acquittal on grounds,of self-defense."
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grace county budget would make some road work possible, sago'remark. which sounds as If tt
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sioners in balancing year's might .
hard-hit something to have been written during the current
is the newly levied 4-cents per gallon .give taxpayers and would'make i beat wave, was actually published la'The ,\
motor fuels tax to be effective Oct. 1, expected see for their money, S..r-W./I Edit Florida Courier"

!.) to enrich local cities and the things easier for: 8485. 1MI'eArS.-on, ApI1Il1.1888,lobe!' exact.

county some $450,000 or more. Cutting deeper into the'budget may The Courier, was an early Starke

9 is balanced seem impossible, but it's not.. No doubt newspaper, published In "the Johns brick.
The 1983-84 county budget the county operation block' which was located next, to the
.at the expense of doing any road paving there are places be t' railroad on E';; Call Street The property)
be foun'might
ithis year. $130,000, the amount left in the where money can owned by Jerry M.Johns,Included a handsome
Road Department budget for new road painful, but it may be more painful next. three-vtory building which was later

work, is hardly enough to pave a long year. 14' ; ... destroyed by fire.

driveway. A lot of limerock can be haul- The commission r could meet )withdepartment Starke got*brief taste last week of what

lied for $130,000, but if the money is spent beads explain the problem, summer weather must have Jwen- when like in In
those pre-air conditioning days ,
i ton that, there won't be enough to pave and give the officials a chance' tar give' spite of the heat women wore long skirts

"anything in 84-85. where it's least painful. \ that trailed the ground, and shortroleeved

There is only some $30,000 in the coun It is time to bring'out into the open the 'sport sleeved shirts shirts for and men stiff were collars unknown(sometimes.Long-

ty's secondary'road fund still kept by debate about whether or not there are made of celluloid) were still worn by

the state Department of Transportation. -: too many employees in the courthouse. business and professional men,regardless

When DOT put local paved roads Commissioners and citizens talk aboutit of the temperature.

"in good shape" before turning .them continually. Officials wonder what the Starke'a two-hour return 'to the' BA.
back to the county to maintain, the commissioners are thinking: Some (Before All-conditioning) period occurred One of the favorite ways of beating the beat In 1904 was a nice.
r; roads from those the wouldn't Monday.July 18' ,when an overloaded cir: buggy ride'under the shade trees, being enjoyed here by Mils ROMSttlley
to fix the came direct contact on problem .
s funds cult breaker kicked out, putting most of and. Frank Burned on a.summer day
secondary road funds. downtown Starke and the eastside of U.S.

The best that commissioners can hope hurt.Every, office may need 'every :.301 South out of power. Restaurants In the with the

a> to do is make a "show" of starting work, employee. Everyone has an opinion, but area were reduced customers to limiting to tossed their salads hungrynoontime and Late handful-planted of growers corn (that still planted in the in business.March. temperature frustrations, and which humidity soar along, :" ,VF<_; ".r,,

on the Laura Church Road on the no one will ever know whether or not' cold cuts.' Ninety-five years-ago most and April) Is reported damaged by the It's great tun, says Grizzard He can remain
priority ears and probably the staffs can be cut 'without hurting efficiency cooks didn't;have to worry about the power heat and drought, but here again, Bradford cool and comfortable in a semiproneposition
,next to be pave or service if the matter is not going off at meal time because\many were County is no longer a large corn- while putting the "tap" on
discussed. still cooking: on wood stoves or kerosene i producer.Under the current PIC program, anything on the TV screen that irritates or
The level at which the county budgetis openly ranges, which added their heat to the beat where farmers are to receive surplus bores him. '
now balanced gives the commission a ,Citizens might be willing to wait a little -' from the sun. grain If they take corn acreage out of production l
favorite things to are commercials
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cushion of some $80,000. If Clerk Gib longer for service if they realize it'sa 'The .first 28 days of July &B3 have it is estimated that the feed corn ,of course.The other zap day he was watching
Heat
Brown comes up with$150,000 in carry money saving de ice. brought 22 days when the mercury climb ,crop stress has is been also cut to around to be 500 having acres.an effect when staging> commercial for room
funds he hopes, that will still ed to 90 or above,and only four days whenit reported deodorisers came on the screen and.Zap!
over as might and full extentof
:A little less road grading: save in the on cows hogs,although
remained comparatively be switched to Congressional
Just like that a
to in the $3.5 be known until
play not
little the
leave room dirt road a bit damagewill .
money, too. If- a gets high tics: High temperatures recordedwere bearing where more stringent
million spending bill. Some reserve is rough, maybe people would drive a little. three days of BO; two days, .1; four later, ,restrictions on canned mushrooms were
needed.So Blower. days 92;' three days, M;'three days 95;' The weather service warns tbat'sull8troker being debated.There's nothing more..u.-
,the county commission needs to do three. days,96; and one day m.Sunda ,Jury 4 heat cramps, and heat ex- tying than Zapping off Congress.Grizzard
more cutting. Commissionersthink And, what'about combining some city Z4, brought the hottest night of theseason haustion(even death) can occur to persons 'says. *,.?,.
some to ? when the mercury failed to drop who are exposed to the sun for prolonged
the bullet. But and county services save money
bitten "t have President ReaganPh1lDonahue
"have zapped ;
they below 71 degrees In the early morning periods of time. Adults (especially the "
have they gone as far as necessary? The county commission has done well hours. Moat before-dayllght) low readings elderly),and children are advised to wear ; and Rev. Jerry Fahvell, Griz-

Where will the bonanza come from the past few years, paving the Crawford .were In the high 60s or low Toe light, loose-fitting clothing, drink lots of ,.Jard5 car dealers gleefully., Howard"I've Cosell put, the hundreds button to of
cool (not Ice cold)water;'and stay inside
Road in the Lawtey' area, 'While deaths from beat relateci
next year when the commission will be Settlement over 160 in the shade 'as much as possible. dull cable'movies, and'any''and every
expected to give salary increases plus 'and this year the Speedville Road, linking" causes have been reported throughout the Whenever. possible, put off any activity advertisement having to do with femininehygiene. ., .
nation the prolonged heat '
save something for road work? And, expenses SR-100 near Keystone Heights to Bradford during County residents have wa2 that requires much exertion" until\ after the :'r',v
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will doubt be as always. Melrose by pavement.A other than heat wave breaks,
no up, serious effects Sounds Uke'a great Idea, Mr; G 1zza1"d." .
commitment to keep up'that good ly one case of heat exhaustion has been Soothing showers, together With some need is television with remote
Now all we a
treated at Bradford Hospital and that was, lightning and wind,brought spotty relief to
maintained.To do so requires for
Near the 10-mill property tax limit, work should be afternoon but there' control. But then.what would we do ex
late last month, some areas Monday :
better handle on the ercise Now we get our dally dozen by-get; >
the commission can look for less than getting a was no prediction as to when permanent '
if they budget and extracting ,enough Although farm animals and crops have break In the heat wave might be expected. ting up from a semi-prone position and
$100,000 from that source even growing been reported under stress In some areas tapping the boring commercials and programs
go the limit next year. Will taxes be funds to make an impact on the roads. of North Florida, two of Bradford's leading manually by turning off tile sound

easier to raise in an election year?. Paying this 4-cent per gallon gasoline 'eg -laylng operations report no toss of Hot Weather Pastime We leave the picture on so we can go on r
tax, people .' birds and no apparent 8tI'eu1UCb.. ex- for the 'Sill Season' reading and. tt'"suet-peatAm-to\ see
1 It appears commissioners need to cut. t 1iFtit. JQssi1- i jnsertenced here, several yearsago"' More T\.1p'to mean % ..'!?Jou'yi-bored' trying 1 1o those Ups, still nAovingai\a( : \( ni>r a rtf>gle'
deeper this yean-Another $150.000 I t'wonf.,. :: .ili.t.I.I"'. ...,4.r;> I'i:,U. flr unotlesv sad obet1er vatll.trttt 'lfhl+Peh. ''e II'te1lnalde'with the air conditioner and 1 j sound coming our ViuL DOIlloM Jt ac
-t. ., ......,. .. '....,\ r 4 "eI't, '\I' ..oj'. -...lrt'Wf. "t* 1 ",'01'r. tttmses.tday be,the treason TV going, you might try a pastime recom- 1 %';

.. The beat is causing. some tobacco leaves mended by columnist Lewis Grizzard., In Why not try thi.new/ game of/Zappo
J;;' :'to turn brown but Bradford Is not a major his opinion;; the remote control: device on a IOmetlme- either"7 remote controror by
tobacco-producing area, with less than a TV, set can be used to vent the viewer's hand? It beats Pac,Man aUJoIlOW'/ .
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The next County Budget Workshop will be held Monday; Aug....at. ,.: : .' .,. BradtorbCountyAnent ;';'\If.

t:30 p.m. in the County Commission, room. ,,:fir $.; ..l*, }1. r '.
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The first Public at Hearing on the. temporary, budget will be held' .' "' ,"J, r ,If you area landowner, ;you are probably it you want to participate in the-aerial: contact poisons Drenches. ,used us;CCOOntact
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Tuesday, Sept. Y> >
p.m. ? familiar with the Imported Fire Am.This treatment of your land, you can make application "poisons, may be formulated from on* of
I '<: ", ,pest has Infested the majority of our counv with FDACS through the Division1 several :
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-'. <- ,ty over the past several years.Very few i of Plant Industry at 1911 S.W,34th Street in Baits insecticides't"r -

= lai.J.ardens, fields pastures or. Gainesville. You will need to take a legal ting the insecticide Into' the mound,"..The'
/ff this troublesome, description of the property to be treated material is placed on a carrier material
Will President : Listen 'pest. No eradication programs for the Imported 'With you. Treatments should begin in early, with an attractant that makes the worker
.Reagan Fire Ant exist to my knowledge. September : 'ant think it Is food.:When'carried Into the
: .However, control programs by the USDA, 'The economic importance of the'' Imported mound and. fed ,to the' youngand
and' Florida Department of Agricultureand Eire Ant is difficult, to' assess. sometimes to the queen), mound activity
Own Commission v Consumer Services have been on and Whereas most Insects that are harmful to slows and finally ends.." ,K
To His ;
.:. off for several years. : 1.ti '. agricultural eropa; lawns1 and-ornamen- Timing and application' methods are'
The present program and ;( olicy for tals,and physically damage the plants or very important with baits. Call me Jf you
r assistance to landowner in the control. of i crop*,.,the impact of the Imported Fire Anti or Conmethodeavatableloyott'
A panel of business executives appointed electronics spare parts,..for example+;:, ;8;4 ''the, Imported Fire Ant la: J <'Is i due primarily its/stinging-man or -'., Y'Jrtfcr ""

by President Reagan has If President Reagan i wants to keep ..1.To participate In the aerial applicationof ,animals and the presence of mounds.. ,
reported that the government could a Fire ant bait called Amdro at a cost to In urban and 'suburban areas," ,the Im- 'I".M
he
faith with the American 5 people> the landowner of $2.13 per'acril with a ported Fire Antis a stinging pest to users :FOREStRV '
save as much as$92 billion over the next should put his "Private Sector Survey"into minimum of 40 acres or WO cost per. applR, ,:of school grounds, recreational areas and f < '

three years by improving ,ways it action,-.not; on the shelf. cant."i'J.' >. other public orprivate properties' The 't '* Vi ") .. r ,,i
manages programs, buys weapons, and z. TheFDACS"Is< consideringcontinuance mounds are also a nuisance and detract :11 BRADFORD COUNTYBy ;/;:
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collects debts. of the previous distribution of Am-' from the' appearance of the. lawn and''; .
dro program at cost to the user. Without garden properties.' : 'David Nor.tori '
't Something Wrong: I; "., Federal parucipatlafc) the new cost will be' ? Individual control methods of the Im-" 'f, \ lu Bradford County Forester
,i But is President Reagan listening to NeededTo I'"" about.$t. per oDo-poubd bag. .-. sported, ,Fire: Ant are the use of baits and

fl his own committee? That remains to IMfl If Gas;Tax, ;. ('. :' "I[ 1//.. ,. V Believe ..IJ tr.lOw.1a. the prproprlatetime
seen. So far he has been notably silent > } .., '' "
Run '. j' to consider your tree planting needa
and apparently uninterested in any suggestion CoiintySomething : (ft ;:71 ? tor the fast approaching winter: season

l1 of waste-cutting in the Defense .DriverUiticize8.'Stark! Justice9Editor Why? The Division of Forestry la now takrIng !
Department. ize wrong somewhere when to .' applications for a variety of seedlings'
'J; county the of Bradford County baa will be available this '
T.l_crapJtf j. which ,winter. 7. ;
I add cenU tax to every gallon of gasoline '
II we remember correctly, cutting put sped within the boundaries. ., "' r As a result of recant\legislation which'no 1' speedometer was functioning accurately. :These seedlings are. grown, shipped and
y delivered
In this
waste and reducing the size of govern- LETTERS.' ? /: ''< :.- i""<,longer requires rJIIt itIa, Highway Patrol I,In most the recent trooper's documentation records on file that In court his radar the nursery at their Coat! area Seedlings from whicb the state can i

-" ment was one of candidate Reagan'smost ,. '. .,.. troopers to how motorists evidence, on' apparatus was functioning 'properly had "be available can be utilized For commercial ;
::- frequently repeated pledgesand:. their radar equipment clocked, that the the speed motorist'the been filed in September J9B3.However,the planting or fOIl personal home jmprovement -
far without was
T1 Has survived actually ,
-:.: with the nation now facing a projected county so be traveling what Judge permitted him to to his- car'la i purposes. So,.whetheryou.; are
the gas tax'Why do we need-it now' Why trooper alleges him to just planning on timber
order to update his file. It so happenedthat growing or just shade
budget deficit of some $210 billion this cant the commissioners balance a budget'AU can be a safeguard against possible radar there trees .
in his that his are for of .
he had proof car radar* available .a ,variety
# year, the time has come to put up orS -. indications toad one to belive that our abuse by some troopers What .if.the apparatus had been checked for accuracyat '. : '

well, we won't say shut up, although the government: officiate must, not have be to doing m eannoorofthenact5 ."e5behappensstt or stop,de-? 7 a.m. on the same morning he issued 'The:prices $14 to tsOlIooo''bent /
their Citizens should not
Job. pay
expression might be-appropriate in this, for, the, incompetence of ,our commissioners Can there bejusttoe for a falsely accused me a ticket at 7:40 a.nrw ? '' root # rangeThe price,varie ae-
case. .;, but should consider what has happened citizen? .-".' The verdict! Guilty as ehargea.'But ones, cording to whicb particular species' you'
at election time and'do something Recently. (pnt'io.1)' I''experienced wonder' whether.one! can ever hope to 'are interested in obtaining.'Fewer trees
the'
ustice when judge
rather ,"partially as a receive says ,can be purchased the price mentioned
) .J. Peter Grace chairman of 'I11ePresident' about. 1C ; some "sUitt-jMtee ''U I can't take his(the trooper') .
FU.. A audibly hnv ,provided a mhtlmum! of
U the county Is spending to much money, result of this policy, in Starke, 98 are,
{ Private: Sector Survey on then our commissioner should be strongenough visiting substitute judge from another word in!this case! then I can't take in any<"'ii,.ordered, .... pine ......1
Cost Control ( title) \ the of the outers.1 One also wonders If the ,, Sf /1. ,
a high-sounding regularly' ara
to cut department budgets,even if I county was preasdBW'in Trrw M you .
the In
in court Starke in'
\ says that, although appointed by the It means eliminating lobs. 4 ;.' ,assigned Judge's 6 ence.- 'The', State' 'That principle it followed never be admitted that the: 'growNinga. ..... ..Umber oro,|>., .,..A.. I'" I
President, "We have no idea if anybody Wo are a very taxed peoplef income tax, trooper, :my aoepajsf. ," and r Ia,- blackpreacher can sometimes be If you are .interested. .in '
...-, property taxes,state soles tax (which fast, were amn in! .... ; Statetrpopar may wrong: information on'an .
will look
at these recommendations or b mtulttme that he and his equipment must always be .1
'went' up), assisting taxes'-on gasoline,. ;to tell the truOu.and nothing! immur that it Is :sonic 01..thaM',seedlinga :
above Ori perfectly
j do' anything about them. Judging by cigarettes, alcohol beverag 'and etc. We th."' "*" '.\," ". .. error ,your County Forester's -I.,.
.the experience of Presidential commis-', ".also pay taxes m forms of-C&I' tags, boat I was them"i* adIIIMt Hw IUIlt'of my ment appropriate performancecertification for A trooper to file his with equip they\' '(extension Ji9).f! : I h

sions and studies of the past it is. not, ''registrations, fishing, hunting, marriageand .crime, of in imifcg'fIi legal speed limit court at any time even'' if he must Interrupt nave concerning seed '

likely.,that anybody will. < driving ,UfIP\I"I.\ ...budding permits. time by ten for miles par liM ftwr Naasii to try l to Guard make/ CanipLnear It on! .,,f the! proceedings of an administrative forestry problem you are l ;i
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could be
duty
-I Other counties have been In flnanciafduV I there to bearing to do so. If so.why go through the ;: answered at your convenience. sr ,
The Defense i Department's inspector, r ficulty, .but have taken alternative Stark..Tt taowV was vehicle antics ot conducting a fair and impartial Order soon. .certain species are sold out <
testify that liev JMptuMnc my early ', '
< measures to passing a gas tax. for challenges the ac- ... \
that military purchases from the hearing ', '. ,.? .1.< ,. '
General reports opoW< anyoneto I v. '' '
four fuel tax Is ? I
TIle local -ants per gallon ttgtbolhadl3mftked'' curacy, ( trooper's charges ------.4
'of aircraft spare parts provides conm a fiscal band-aid for problem that is far me, allegedly. ,.un' : Perhaps the legislation governing the nee .. :" "'
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tractors with a virtual blank check and deeper. It takes care of the symptom, but ,18' miles per ISHK Msaadoaneter calibrated- of radar In traffic control should be ch ng: "7. ", ;<., I',' ,"'

I it such parts will cost more than 95 billion, does not cure: .the problem. $ "L. I to.HavinghM be sure nlt..y f pfcytag trteks on' ed or It should be outlawed altogether'u* .: ',. :11'
1 ear'forthe, Air ,Force'alone.Ac- ., Larry Od!!!!"" SMbmitsiAMHsfciaJB/aBtiid evidence Florida as in some other states. I\\; :
m next :: A resident toe I ..Hoard Pastor
Bradford Samuel ,
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I Cynthia Thornton and Daniel Dowdy Married _June 25 in Pine Level Baptist Church '- ;'I..1July (/.


i Cynthia was repeated on the straight aloeves table, the bride's cake was a square arrangements. In the center of the
of Maria Thornton, daughter Howard Brown, brother-in-law of which had a wide flounce at the wrist. base with three round tiers,separatedby table was a large five-tier cake stand at
i Mr. and Mn. Jimmy U. Thornton the groom, was best man. Usherswere A wide flounce adorned the hemline a fountain on the base tier. On holding three large fruit cake bells on !re.
of
Starke
; and Daniel Dare Dowdy of Rev. John Strickland, former which terminated In chapel either side i a length were 2-two tiered cakes top and on the other tiers were boxesof '
Lynchburg, Va.. son of Mr. and Mrs. pastor of the bride, Rev. Gary train. She wore a pearl necklace and connected to the main cake with arch fruit cake with the bride and ityla
Herman Dowdy of Richmond, Va., Wheeler, former youth pastor of the pearl earrings and carried a silk stairways. Bridegrooms and groom's name and wedding date In-
were united In marriage June 25 at 2 bride and Shane Thornton, brother of cascade of white lilies, baby's breath ''Bridesmaids were placed on the stair- scribed on the boxes. On front of the
P-m. In Pine Level Baptist Church the bride. and ivy. In the center was a lavender ways which met on the square base table were two large white doves (a
with Rev. Roman Alvarez assisted by Donna Kaye Thornton sister of the catteya orchid. Her fingertip veil of where the bride and groom were. The gift to the bride and groom from Mrs.
the groom'* father Rev. Herman bride, was honor attendant. sheer illusion was attached to a Juliet cake was all white accented with a Thornton Johns).
Dowdy. performing the nuptials. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Tia Osborn, cap of silk Venise lace and pearls.The live flower arrangement of lavenderand The other tables were covered with >8
Centering the altar was an arch of cousin of the bride Mrs. Debbie veil was edged with a narrow band of grape juice poms between one Army/Navy cloths with white under -
light candelabra along with two other Brown, sister of the groom, and Miss matching lace.A tier and some of the same flowers skirts. A fruit bowl was on one table rt.
;arch of light candelabra on either Martha Douglas. reception was held in the church around ther base with fern.The waterIn and vegetable trays were on another t.IB
side. On the altar were two standing The' bridesmaids wore matching Fellowship Hall which was decoratedand the fountain was colored lavender, table.
';arrangements, of white and lavender gowns of qlaiia. The maid of honor directed by Mrs. Julia Alvarez and the bridesmaids had on dresses of :IBo
'gladiolus lavender mums, grape woke orchid and the other maids wore Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez lavender. A picture of the bride and Purple and lavender ribbons and a
juice poms and lavender poms.On the violet. The dresses featured an em- greeted the guests at the door and groom was placed between one tier. bows were used on all the tables.
'.outer sides of the altar 'were two pire waist with spaghetti straps. A r standing in the receiving line were the The side cakes were adorned with Silver candelabras held purple 9.I .
spiral candelabras with burning chiffon capelet covered the top of the bride and groom and their parents. kissing angels on one and a choir of candles on the cake table and punch
tapers. Throughout the altar were gown extending below the waist. Miss Janice Thornton kept the singing angels on the other. An orna- table; silver punch bowls were used;
floor plants of various kinds. They all wore hairpieces of silk r bride's book at a table covered In ment of two cotton doves with silver trays held purple and white
.Down the aisle of the church were alstromarlan lilies,baby's breath and white satin with lace overlay.A white lavender ribbon was placed on the top bells and heart mints.
.aisle candelabras with burning tapers grape juice daisies. They all carried a memory candle with the bride and center cake. The cake was baked and Following a wedding trip to St.
,and white satin bows. Also on the silk cascade bouquet of lavender and groom's picture on one side and their decorated by the bride's mother with Simon's Island, Ga., the couple will
'altar was a brass kneeling bench and grape juice colored daisies, breath Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Dowdy wedding announcement.on the other assistance from the bride and Mrs. reside at Lynchburg Va.
unity candelabra with fern and satin alstromarlan lilies,silk baby's side were used on this table.At Diane Williams. Cutting the cake, The bride graduated in May 1983,
bow.Charlotte with a burning votive holder with a Bosier was ring bearer. points of Interest in the hall were were Mrs. Diane Williams and Mrs. from Liberty Baptist College with an
Durrance of Starke, white votive candle and accenting the Given In marriage by' her father, arrangements of lavender and purple Diane Moody: Elementary Education Teaching
.organist, and Ronda Skinner of Indianapolis .bouquets were fuschla streamers. the bride wore a gown of silk organza flowers and palms and green plants. The groom's table was covered In degree.
,Ind. and Chuck Sullivan ofJacksonvile Tiffany' Davis, cousin of the bride, featuring a Queen Anne neckline. The The cake table was covered with a white satin with a sheer full gatheredskirt The groom is a bible teacher and
,, soloists, presented a and Rachel Faber, niece of 'the bodice was appliqued!with silk Venise white satin cloth with a full gatheredlace overlay. On each end was two coach at Lynchburg Christian
"program. of,nuptial music. groom, were flower girls. Grant lace and tiny pearls.The same" "At4r design skirt overlay.. Centering the brown wicker baskets of silk lavender Academy in Lynchburg, Va.

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I : Cindy. Montford and Johnny. Ross Married July 9 in First United Methodist Church

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Mrs.Thomas Pittman attended her to wear a picture hat of white mesh Mrs. Ronald Whitehead presided at Mr. Ross is a 1974 graduate of Union
sister as matron of honor.Attendantswere woven polypropylene, which she the punch bowl which was encircled County High School and a 1978
of Misses Marsha Montford,,sister fashioned herself. It was accented with flowers. graduate of Lake City Community
of the bride and Sandra Ross,sister of along the crown and brim with the The couple, who will be at home in College. He is currently a sergeant in
; the groom.They were gowned alike in Duchesse lace from softy Lace'' Roy,Utah after Aug. I,had a wedding the U.S. Air Force assigned to the
\ jonquil yellow polyester chiffon, sun- trimmed chiffon fell from the trip to Daytona Beach. 1881st Communications Squadron at
dress .style. gowns with ruffled crown of the hat to her waist.She car-, Miss Montford was a 1976 graduate Hill Air Force Base, Ogden Utah.
4 shoulders trimmed in lime green..The ried her mother's prayer book topped of Key West High School and a 1980
waist was trimmed by a lime green with a crescent shaped bouquet of silk graduate of Florida Southern College rently employed by the U.S. Govern-
ribbon which was tied with a,bow. y-of-the-vaUey and white phalenop- where she received a B.S. degree in ment at Hill Air Force Base, Utah as
They carried white baskets of yellow, sis orchids trimmed with white pecot Business Management. She is cur- a freight rate assistant.ty .
and white daisies with baby's breath,' satin streamers. She wore a diamond
and accented with yellow and white necklace with matching earrings.
ribbon streamers.The A reception was held in the church
'' 1" bride,given In marriage by'her Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Virginia\ Upcoming Events
father which the at the door. .. -
: wore an original gown Darby greeted guests of Florida. Everyone is invited.
styled after Michael Pt Miss Smith of Gainesville
was a cone Margaret
Official board meeting will be held
The entire bodice of the the bride's book.
original. kept
Special ServiceAt Wednesday night before the first Sun-
t of white Duchesse At of interest were ar-
strapless gown was points
day, Aug. 3, at 7:30: Rev. Willie
lace, scalloped at both the bustline rangements of yellow and white Christian ChurchThe p.m.
,4 and waist. A gathered skirt formed a daisies centered with candles. Session pastor.
chapel length train of bridal satin and The serving tables were covered First Christian Church will
bridal polyfold, which fell softly from with white linen cloths. The bride's have a covered dish fellowship dinner tttestts!
.of the waist. The long sleeved :'tilted table was centered with a three tiered Sunday following morning services.
r bolero of bridal polyfold worn over wedding cake topped with a bride and Everyone Is invited to the service
her gown, was trimmed with the groom under a heart shaped arch beginning at 10:45 a.m. to hear John
same lace from which the bodice'of decorated with florets. Mrs. Ed Wagner of Gainesville bring the
the dress was made.Accents of hand Mosley and Mrs. Luther PolhiU cut message. ,
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appliqued lace, forming roses,were the cake.
along the bustline and sleeves of the The groom's 'cake was decoratedwith Beginner's Bridge ClassesTo
bolero.The tapered sleeves were closed violets and yellow and white I
,and Mrs.Johnny Ross by pearl buttons. The bride chose daisies. Begin Aug. 23

Registration for beginners.. bridge ,

EngagementsMarquita will be held at the Starke Woman's
Club on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m.
Classes will start on Aug. 23 at 6:IS
., The Social Side : McKlnnoy.. p.m.

Richard Stltt Mr. & Mrs. David Hodges
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I 'r' ;'" ; '! / :1I1\\ Cngagamont Told ,. Pleasant, Grove ..... ... .. ,... "J. ,, : ){ ll'\ ;,
,:: : :; ; ?/.. /'usu' Q "=",fnhI 1! alert ." '"wq Jlutii,..P7 il'tt+l v'l, ,. 'i1V!h it edjltfftthcflll'Church st >DOOIi''!' .I it.'OUESTt0Neft+ 'r', "':" ,-
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..,, Society Editor., t.; engagement of their daughterMar* July 31'Sunday School is at 10 a.m. reduce Insurance rates for
F.;,i 7608' ,/; ";: !:: : quit, Bynna, to Richard Earl Stilt, At 11 A.M., Youth Educational Day. teenagers?
96 News son of Mrs. Diane Mundorff of Silver The youth from Pleasant Grove and
Lake and Bill Still of Panama. City. Mt. Moriah churches will present the
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will be Brother ANSWER:
program.The speaker
Shadd-Clark Herman Johnson from Philadelphia Here Is a good suggestion

wed August 6Mr. Baptist Church of Lawtey.At for you. If your local

for engaged couple and Mrs. Leon Shadd of Lake No. 2 6 will p.m.present, Usher a Board concert No.by 1 and the high school offers a drivers

A'r Butler are proud to announce the approaching Bradford Mass Choir and the Alpha- education course make

Pam Tucker and Steve Ed- memento of the occasion.Approximately marriage of his daughter, Omega Ensemble from the Universi.Watermelons sure your teenager takes
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18 attended between, Mary Annette, to Clayton Clark son 1
,, whose marriage will be an
August, were honored at the hours 7:30: and 9:30 p.m includingMrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie W. Clark of advantage of this training.It .

in the past week. Tucker and Mrs. ..Howard Starke. promotes good driving
Tucker mother and grandmother,of The wedding has been set for Saturday -
party and shower was habits and will save you
for Miss Tucker and Mr. Ed- the honoree. > August 6, 7:30: p.m., In the New $ yooMIKE'S
Methodist 50C on Insurancebill.
,,' River New Congregational money your
on Saturday, July 15, given by
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$ Terri Sowell, Charlene Church of Raiford. We'll have more
the
will follow
A reception PRODUCEUS
and Laurie Williams at the parent tips forthcoming In
.. :; home in Jacksonville. On Saturday, July 23 a luncheon- ceremony in the church fellowship 301 South-Just past Drive-In this column. Meanwhile
Miss
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party rooms were highlighted shower was given for Tucker by
arrangements of silk pot- Miss Lisa Carter and Mr*.Pat Busby. No Invitations are being sent AU see us for all your Insurance -
The refreshment table was at Riverbend Apartment club house' friends and attend.relatives of the couple are FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD needs. We'll try to
.\. with a lace cloth and in Jacksonville; \ invited to
I" with an arrangement of silk Miss Tucker was given ,a white, Hwy 16 W. 4 WehJoq 964-6971 save you money.!

Hors d'oeuvers were served, daisy corsage. .- FULL GOSPEL Pastor George Watson and
the 35 attending between the The tables were covered with white .COMMUNITY CENTERhi.asgsatari The Congregation Invite You to
" : : and 9:30 p.m. were friends linen cloths and centered by silk, Come and Worship With Us. HODGES'Insurance
: Baptist Church in. flower: arrangements. Place cards r 1 HuM ...., 1cINIII.. . .... .1D AM
[ ; also Mr. and Mrs. Neil marked the seating arrangement for Salvation Makes You A Member ta_ w.....,. 11 AM Agency

parents of bride-elect. the 20 guests'which Included Mrs. tartar. Sckeal. .. . . . .1* I.........., ... . ..1 PM
\ Tucker,Mrs. Howard Tucker,mother' MOTritlf.WwsMS. .. . . : : :: .". .11 ......., Wvshlp. . . .7:3DPM f 964-4571
all and grandmother of the bride-elect' luau, ..gilt... .. .. ... .. 1:30W : I .
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. Brenda Willingham and Gary Pittman Wed June. 11 in Brooker e....). Brian Robert Rising

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Brenda Sue WillmKam, daughter of. quet of pink and white silk carnations 4/,;'(" The bride's table covered with a BIRTHS .' Robert, born the birth July of 22 a in son Alachiu! Briar

Mrs. Mary Sue Willingham and the' with pink streamer tipped with white;, :white lace cloth over white linen was General Hospital Gainesville.
late Guy M. Willingham of daisies. Wendy William and Amy1: "'centered with a three-tiered white ,
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
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and Gary Randall Pittman Brookeri Hallmark were gowned In pink dotted Wedding; cake decorated with pink Mrs. Arthur Redding of Lawtey.
James Barney Pittman and the late win with a scoop neckline and puff" Dowers, two doves on the bottom tier Kristin Nicole Manning
Patricia Pittman of Lake Butler, ed sleeves. and topped with a miniature bride i
Jessica Diane Brantley
were united in marriage Saturday The bride, given In marriage by her and groom flanked by white candles, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Manning of "
June II, at 8 p.m. in the Baptist uncle T.J. Bass of Brooker, was a vision ivy and pink flowers Serving the cake Brooker announce the birth of a Pvt. and Mrs. William (Tony)
Church at Brooker. of loveliness in a white chiffon was Miss Carla Robinson and Miss daughter, Kristin Nicole, born July 8
of Fort Knox Ky:
Brantley announcethe
Rev. Alvin L. Lane performed the gown with a stand-up collar and front Sharon Fussell. in Alachua General Hospital,
birth of a daughter vJessica
and back illusion of chiffon yokes overa Gainesville.
ceremony. of "t satin sweetheart neckline. The full Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Diane, born July 22 In the' "'Army
Presenting a program nuptial w .
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In Fort Knox
sleeves with wide cuffs were enhanced and the hospital
music were Mrs. Gean Douglas, table Mary Wlllin am of Brooker
The punch was covered with a Maternal grandparents are Mr and
with lace seed
appliques, pearls
and Mrs. Sue of late Guy Willingham.Paternal .
organist Crawford centered
white cloth with
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and lace trim. The lace trimmed arrange- are Mr. and Mrs. Fred StrickLnd Swannanoa,
grandparents
Graham soloist. ment of Ivy and pink flowers. N.C. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
flounce effect hemline extended
to and Mr.
Centering the altar was a large ar- at the Mrs. Otis Tetstone of Brooker
Presiding table
punch were
form train and Mrs. Ralph Futch of Black Mountain -
a chapel length adornedwith of Fair-
and Mrs. James Manning
chway decorated with magnolia Hallmark
Mrs. Kathy and Mrs.
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lace appliques. The fingertip N.C. Douglas Brantley of
leaves and white silk carnations on a Williams. banks.
Theressa Directing the
length chiffon veil was attached to a Orlando. Paternal great grand-
backdrop of greenery balanced with lace bow decorated with seed pearls.:i', wedding were Mrs. Lavern Edwardsand Tiffany Nicole AderholtMr. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Willie E.
candelabras and baskets of white silk
She carried a bouquet of white silk; Mrs. Carol Lee Jones. Green of Starke and Mrs. Prelda Edwards -
flowers. daisies and roses entwined with white and Mrs. David Aderholt of of Starke. .
Larry Pittman attended his brotheras Mr.and Mrs.Gary Pittman lace and white lace streamers tipped tarke announce the birth of a
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best man. Serving as ushers were
daughter. Tiffany Nicole, born July 3
bridesmaids.They were dressed alikein with daisies.
Allen Nettles and John Johns.
Miss Kay Crosby served as maid of pink chiffon lined with acetate taf- A reception was held in the church After a wedding trip to St. In Alachua General Hospital, Heather Lynn Wise
honor. Tina and Palm Willingham, feta with a scoop neckline and bustle dining room with Mrs.Janie Manning Augustine Beach! the couple residesin Gainesville. _
sisters of the bride, served as effect in back. Each carried a bouI keeping the bride's book. Lake Butler. Donny and Carol Wise of Starke an-
Christopher Kyle Daniel nounce the birth of a daughter
Grlffls Heather Lynn, born July 9 in Shand's
Teaching Hospital. She joins three

Sidney Griffis, III, of Starke and brothers Craig, Kevin and Chris
Did know.
you A Crystal Griffis of Raiford aMouncethe Wise.
birth of a son, Christopher Kyle Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
Daniel Griffis. born July 20 In Shand's Mrs. Jim Waford of Thlbodeaux, La.
Mrs. R.S. Mullins is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey and Mr:'and Mrs. L.M. Richardson of Teaching Hospital, Gainesville. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Beam of
her mother, Mrs. Carolyn Izlar in son of Tampa visited her parents,Mr. Marion, Ala. spent Thursday to Sun- Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Jacksonville. Maternal great grand-
Ocala, who recently had surgery. and Mrs W.S. Haas over the day with her brotherawand Mrs. Herbert Anderson of Raiford. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Volley
weekend.Mr sister; Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Starling of Starke. Paternal grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and Mrs. Sidney Griffis, Jr. of Starke. are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wiseof
daughter Rachel returned to their and Mrs. Charlie Parker of Palmer Williams returned to the Paternal great grandparents are Lawtey and paternal great grandmother -
home in Chattanooga. Tenn. Tuesday Miami spent the weekend with Mrs. .J.D. Seymour home Friday after .F Rosa Griffis of Raiford and Edmund Is Mrs. Purvis Brown of
after ten days visit with his mother Carolyn Redgraves and Mrs. Edna several weeks In Alachua General Guinen or Fall River, Mass.If Lawtey.
Mrs. Margaret Jackson and family. Wells. Hospital. {
Rick preached at the Hampton Bap- '
tist Church on Sunday morning and Miss Nancy Payne of the Universityof Y y
Pine Level Baptist Church Sunday South Florida is home on summer Lucile Green and Shirley Watana Immunizations'
evening. Joining the family over the break. were first at Duplicate Bridge last RequiredFor I
weekend were Mrs. Jackson's Tuesday night; Evelyn Griffin and '
mother, Mrs. Stanley Merrill, Mr. Charles Adams and daughter Carol Lillian Stump were second. School Entrance
and Mrs. Bob Case and Joshua Mer- of Decatur, Ala. were weekend guestsof
rill of Melbourne.Mrs. Mrs. A.J. Barry and daughter schools usually given to children when they
Adrienne. a child is entering Florida
L.S. Williams has moved from for the first time this year are Infants.forget However to provide sometimes their
parents
Pine Forest Apartments to her lake Laurie and Beth Goldwire of Fort William Lane, Jr. ( crowed ), parents can children with this Important protec-
home on Drayton Island in Lauderdale are visiting their grandmother To Serve avoid clinics and long lines tion.Parents should call their private

Georgetown. ,Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire for ten On USS Cape Cod Beauty Winner... by aminations getting and required immunizations physical now.ex- physicians or their county health

of days. The Department of Health and department to arrange for physical

Mrs. Kevin Tillman and son, John Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salzman of Navy Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Catherine Raye Padgett, 5, com Rehabilitative Services Is reminding .exam appointments and ,Immuniza-
Ryan, of Goodyear Ariz. are visitingher McLean, Va., the former Shirley Col- William Lane Jr., son of Lydia and peted in the Jacksonville Miss Florida parents to act now to comply with tions. .. ,
parents Mr.and Mrs.John Miller ley of Starke visited Mrs. Nelma William Lane Sr. of Starke, recently Sweetheart Pageant. preliminary July Florida law and to protect their
and Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Tillman for a Keen and Miss Carolyn Keen on a deployment to the 17.She children.
month. Her husband, Al/c Tillman Saturday, on Western Pacific. won the beauty, modeling and State law requires students to provide Health department clinics provide
will join the families Aug. 5 and re- Mate 1st Class Lane Is a talent competitions in the Tiny Miss, school officials with an immunization school immunizations. Parents
main until Aug. 22. Miss Jennifer Jo Wheeler crewmember of the destroyer tender '9-6 yr. old division. Raye Is now certificate signed by a should bring with them all existing
USS Cod In preparing for the state finals to beheld immunization revords.,In our county
celebrated her 14th Cape homeported San physician. This certificate serves as
birthday Monday, Aug. 11-13 In Ocala. there is no charge for a child's im-
other
Diego. proof that transfer students or
July 25, with her at home.
ShaddClarkgift family During the deployment, the ship Raye is the daughter of Greg and new entrants are fully immunized and munizations, and only indigent
Mr. and Mrs.Robbie Shaller visitedMr. will participate In various training ex- Julie Padgett of Lnwtey: grand- .can be admitted to school. children and children from out of
on display and Mrs. Ogden Bates in ercises with other U.S.units and thoseof daughter of Harley L. (Johnny) and Students currently enrolled in any state needing physical examinationsare
Mary Annette Shadd and Clayton Jacksonville on Sunday. allied nations. Betty N. Hazen, Deer Springs Lake grade in public or private school done. No one-will be refused im-
Clark have registered a gift which Is Several Far Eastern port visits are Keystone Heights and Everett andMary should have already been vaccinated munizations.
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on display at Rivers Hardware and scheduled.The Padgett of Starke; and the against Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis Immunizations will be given on
Furniture in Lake Butler for anyone Mrs. L.H. Gibson returned Monday Cape Cod Is 644 feet long and great granddaughter of O.J. (Oasis) (DTP), Polio and Measles-Mumps- Wednesday,8-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.
Interested. after a weeks vacation in Boone,N.C. carries a crew of 1824. ,and Evelyn Norman of Lawtey Rubella (MMR). These shots are Friday. 8-11:30 a.m.


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Astros dropped a game 17-11 (to second teams In the league. The tournaments at
place Cubs, but still finished the were set up so that parents that could (e.
regular season play In first place of not see their children play during the irdty
the Junior Softball league In Starke. daytime will have a chance utter >
Astros finished the season one working hours..
game ahead of the Cubs \\f finish (OP* "
dogs In standings. Astos and Cubs will Schedule.
face each other again tonight, July 28
In a league round robin SOO Suns-vs O.tois
The Cubs rallied for five tournament.points In .:3O y.n.__..... la
the bottom of the last Inning in the 7:3O R.d.vaPlrot.sSCOREa0AR0 >8
Wednesday game against the Astros, ? -
to secure the lead. In the bottom of the rt. )
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Ronnie Lust and Charmin Wiggins each scored five points for the Reds
>score five runs each last Thursday to and Jason Welly and Johnathan
help boost the second place Pirates Mallory each scored four points.
24-23 over first place Reds. Other scorers for the Pirates were
The Reds still hold the.lead in the Vince Parra and Darren Wimpy each
small fry Softball league with a 9-3 with four points. ''
record,one game over the 8-4 Pirates. .
The game was tied up 14-14 at the Scoa.BOA.DPI.
bottom of the third inning then the t x _
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Pirates in the winning column. Starettes Are Seventh in State....
Larry Shannon and Bubba Coleman 'y.nlo.a 11 Sw.s S
Starches placed seventh among 14 teams last weekend In Merritt Island Lynn, bat girl Julie Jackson, and Jenifer Brown. Standing-Tammy Mom,
for the girls 15 and under state Softball tournament. Terr! Fender Stacy Reddish, Linda Cubbedge, Tract Clark Maria Reddish
They are from lefMo-rlghli Kneeling-Pam Surpluh Kelly Jackson. Sheila Stephanie Cubbedge. Beth Tanner, Tammy Oempsy, Amy Dowllng, Tracl
I State Park Camping Rates Shannon, Sandy Cane, Tara Marchant, Coach Loretta Marchant, Tammy Rowland, Lori Alvarez and absent Jackie Nguyn.


I I ,Starettes Place Seventh in State TournamentStarke's I

Increased to Help Cover Coat
Starettes placed seventhout and Tammy Lynn at catcher. Good defense by the Forklifts The Angels rolled in three runs in
of 14 teams at the state junior "We had some real har hits, but nullified several base hits by the the fifth Inning and four in the sixths
Camping fees in all Florida state "The increase in operating costs womens Softball tournament in Mer they weren't missing any either. We ,Starettes. to secure the win. Starettes had
parks increased July 1. means that the parks must take in ritt Island last weekend July 22-23. couldn't get the ball to go in the hole The Starettes were down 9-3 going several erros In those two innings
Fees increased according to the more money to become even 40 per Stefanie Cubbedge lead the Sureties for us," commented team assistant Into the bottom of the sixth Inning enabling the runs for the Angels.
location of the parks: Charges at cent to 50 percent self-sustaining" in hitting with an Impressive i700 Linda Cubbedge. "They played so then rallied with seven, hits knocking Leading hitters for the Starettes in
parks located in the Interior of the according to Landrum. "For In- average, hitting 7-of-10. The Staret well we Just couldn't feel bad about. in six runs to tie the game 9-9. that game were Reddish, Cubbedgeand
state will go up from$5 to $6 a night; stance, the cost of maintaining camping tes were eliminated from the tournament losing." The Forklifts were held scoreless in Jackson each 2-for-3.
coastal parks, from $5 to $7; and facilities in the camping areas in the fourth game when the Stefanie Cubbedge hit to-for-three the sixth and seventh innings. The Starettes drew a bye in the first
parks in the Florida Keys from $6 to especially in the salt prone coastal( host team Merritt Island Saintsrallied during the game and M. Reddish, S. Stacey Reddish was on first base game when the Tallahasse Seminoleshad
$8. Reduced rates for Florida senior areas, has increased drastically during in the last two innings to,win Reddish,Tracie Clark,and Tara Mar- with two outs and two strikes hmKelly to forfiet the game Friday night.
citizens with a camping permit will. the past three years, and the cost .. chant each had a hit during the game.In Jackson. Then Jackson ripped a line Totals of the leading hitters for the
rise slightly from $2.50 to$3. ''of utilities such as water, sewer and 8.0.The game was tied 0-0 going Into the the third game of the tourney the drive down the left field line to score tournament were. Tracie Clark
Higher operating cost camping trash collection have Increased, as top of the sixth inning. The Saints Starettes edged tough Forklifts from Stacey for the winning run. Jackson 4-for-7, .571; Stacey Reddish 4-for-9.
facilities and the legislative directive well as the cost of cleaning supplies." pulled out seven hits to score five Haines City 109. cross the plate and the ball was still in .444; Tara Merchant 3-for-7, .429; Kel- Mlr
that parks be partially self-sustaining straight runs in the sixth inning > the out field, but the run did not count ly Jackson 4-for-l0, .400 with 4 RBI's;
.'are underlying reason for the In- Other than camping' 'fees, other' The physically larger team then This was the best hitting game for because the Reddish run won the Marla Reddish 2-for-9 .222; Terri
creases, according to Ney Landrum, charges at the parks. including the popped four hits to score three more the Starettes of the tournament. Cub- game. Fender 2-for-10. .200; Cindy Parade r
director of the Division of Recreation 50-cent-a-person: entrance charge, re- run in the seventh Inning. bedge hit 3-for-4, Clark 2-for-3, Kelly The first game played by the Staret- l-for-10. .100; Tammy Lynn l-for-6
and Parks. He noted that costs of main the same. Charges made by concessionaires The Starettes had some good defen- Jackson 2-for-4. Jackson had three tes was against Lely Angels from .167; Tammy Dempsey l-for-8, .125
maintaining the camping areas have in the parks including sive efforts from Kelly Jackson at RBI's and a home run. 'Tammy Naples.The Angels took control of the with three RBI's.
gone up substantially since fees were those maintaining vacation cottages, third base, Stacey Reddish In [left Dempsey had 3 RBI's during the game in the fifth and sixth Innings to The tournament finished the season
increased in 1980. are subject to change without notice. field, and Marla Reddish at shortstop game. win 13-4. for the Starettes.




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the seal of said Court on THOMAS. I. CASEY, AVENUEPHONE
THE SUMMARYADMINISTRATION DISTRICT OFFICi 58 NORTH tEMPlE
July 12, 1983. SHOW
TO
LAND USE PLAN ORDER ,,(904)( < ) 964 6800 '
GILBERTS. BROWN'
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,f f LAWTEY CITY! FLORIDAAn OF CLERK CIRCUIT COURT TO ALL PERSONS HAVING t.: ;i y'' $.rQk.. fl'or.'d. Q f :i!

BY:Beulah Moody OF CLAIMS OR :
TO THE STATE "'
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ORDINANCE emending Deputy Clerk7144tchgB04 FLORIDA, THROUGH THE DEMANDS AGAINST THE "., t to
the Comprehensiveland STATE ATTORNEY FOR ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
DM Plan Element THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED )
and Mop by lawley NOTICEOF CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE. IN THE ESTATE: .
Florida. In accordance INTENTIONTO THE SEVERAL PROPERTY YOU ARE HEREBY ::4 t
with the local Governm.nt REGISTER OWNERS. TAXPAYERSAND .
Comprehensive FICTITIOUS NAME CITIZENS OF BRADFORD NOTIFIED that the administration -
Planning Act of 1975 as COUNTY. of the Estateof ,., !' NOTICE OF TAX INCREASE
EDWARD LEONARD f
provided for In Chapter Pursuant to Section FLORIDA INCLUDING ,' '
163 of the Florida 865.09. Florida Statutes, NONRESIDENTS OWNING DARRAH, Deceased, I I. I :
Stowe-... notice ,Is hereby given PROPERTY. SUB- pending In the Circuit NCourt \
TO: All. Citizens. Taxpayer JECT TO TAXATION for Bradford County
that the undersigned

persons and other 'Interested JOHNNY owner 'doing BRIER business, sole OTHERS THERIN, HAVING AND ALL OR Florida, the Probate address Division of ;; The<<: Bradford County School Board .

You and each of CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. which I* N. Temple \
you under the firm name of to
are hereby and herewith JOHNNY'S PRODUCE TITLE OR INTEREST IN Avenue, Stark. Florida. .' District will soon consider a measure
The of the
given, nolle In accordance PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED beneficiary

Stotutei with that the Florida City pie MARKET Av*.,320 Stark North. Fl.T. Intend BV BY PLAINTIFF THE ISSUANCE RAH Estate whose Is MOLLIE address H. DAR I* decrease its property tax levy by 00.72% .
sold tictltlou
to register ,
Council of Lowt.y, OF BONDS HEREINAFTER P.O. Box 242 Hampton.

public Florida, hearing will conduct at a a aforesaid Dated* name this statute.1st under day the of DESCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY OR TO BE and Florida address 32O44. The of name th.Beneficiary's I f!:: ,An increase of 8.66% is required by state

regular meeting h.ld at A.D.. Bradford AFFECTED IN ANY WAY'' Attorneysare ''f in state ""t
,1, 7:30: p.m. at City Hall, July County.707.tchg72B 1983.. In THEREBY: set forth below: law in order to receive $7,396,335
Lowtey Florida on Monday You and each of you All persons having '.

August 1, 1983, and are hereby required to 'claim or demand I education grants.
will consider an Ordinance the 15th day again the Estate are required
,4l IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF appear on ,. '

1.\, Am.nd relating the to:Comprehenilve JUDICIAL THE CIRCUITIN EIGHTH A.M.of August before l83.the at Circuit 11:00: MONTHS, WITHIN FROM THREE THE ,;! All concerned citizens are invited. to a

DATE OF THE FIRST '
.
:I Land Use Plan Court of Bradford County. -
to provide that lands currently AND FOR Florida at the Courthouse PUBLICATION OF THIS the tax increase to be held
BRADFORD COUNTY.
classified Rural In Stark, NOTICE to file with the public hearing on
FLORIDA

Yellow designated Residential be reclasslfled by the plan and as to CASE NO.CIVIL 83-256-CA ACTION Complaint Florida the and prayer filed show In of causewhy the the any Clerk written claim of the statement or above demand Courta of J on July 30, 1983, at, 9:00: a.m. at the School f

Mobile Homes and above entitled proceedings they may hav*. Each Avenue r
designated Brown the IN RE: Th.Marrlageof should not be claim must be In writing Board Offices, 582 North Temple ,
JAMES LACEY MACE.
of WARREN and the bond and must Indicate the
granted and
property
BOATWRIGHT SR., described and basil of the claim, the
LINDA Husband therein ::p. Starke Florida. \
described as follows: the proceedings name and address of the ,
South line of Section 23 and authorlllng the Issuance creditor 0'.his agent or '
Township 5 South Range Wife.LILLIAN SALANO MACE. thereof validated, said attorney, and the : A decision on the 'proposed tax increase 1 .
22 East. Corner of :225 E bond consisting of not amount claimed. If the

I and Lawtey.N.E. lit Lot St.21 and In Townof portion NOTICEOF exceeding principal amount$7,200,000 of dot claim when I I. not It yet will due becomedue the J will be made at this hearing. t

ACTIONTO ... ,
I of Lot 18 East of Health Facilities hall be .tat. If f M1
Lowtey. Revenue Bonds Series the claim I I.contingent or '
You or. further given : LILLIAN SALANO 1983A (Santa F* unliquidated the natureof
NOTICE that a copy of MACE cia: Edna Healthcare Sytm. the uncertainty hall \ ; .
said proposed ORDINANCE Goodrum, Rout 1. Box Inc.-Bradford Hospital be doled. If the claim I I. ,

I Is available for 63. Highway 81 North. Project) ) (the "Bonds"), ..cur.d. the security ,:t; '!","
T.xa.76230. k. ; "
f Bowie hall be described. The W'
your inspection at the Office bearing Interest at not .,\;, <
YOU ARE HEREBY ;
claimant shall deliver
of the City Clerk City exceeding the legal rote ;.
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NOTIFIED that action ,
an sufficient copies of theclaim t:77'7-tt-4.
Florida.
Hall lawtey per annum payable se-
for dissolution of marriage the Clerk' :1
to toenable
Each and mlannually, mar : :
.v.ry Interest person and other relief description a particular of the Clerk to mall Thomas L. Casey, Jr. }

having any ha been filed againstyou one copy to each H.I,. Superintendent. of Schools '.
I whatever In the enactment In the abovestyledcourt aid bond being contained All InterestedIn ,4\\ .j
of this propo..dORDINANCE In the Complaintfiled persons .. '
and you ore required the Etal to whom a '. '-
.
,should appear In these proceeding ., : ,
and be heard at the to serve a copy of *. copy of this Notice of Administration .
time and place prescrib your written defense, If This Order to Show ha been l DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY \
ed. any, to II on JAMES L. Cause hall be publishedIn mailed are required 1
CITY COUNCIL, TOMLINSON ESQUIRE. the manner requiredby WITHIN THREE MONTHS PROPOSED OPERATING'BUDGET FOR 1983-84 '
I CITY Of LAWTEY, Post Office Drawer 40 Section 75.06. Florida FROM THE DATE OF THE :. .

FLORIDA .. Florida 32091. Statutes, In Bradford FIRST PUBLICATION OF 1 GENERAL FUND
and file the original with
file
THIS NOTICE to any
7/28 .
1tpd County Telegraph a .
the Clerk of the above- objection) thy mayhave 'a
i newspaper of general (Budget I )
styled court on or circulation In Bradford that challenge the
NOTICEOF before 2 September County published In qualification of the Per- BUDGET 1 Receipts J
INTENTIONTO 1983. Otherwise, a anal Representative or "
shall be Stark., Florida. ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS OPERATING BUDGET FY 1983-84
REGISTER (udgement DONE AND ORDERED the venue or (jurisdiction
FICTITIOUS NAME entered against you for at Stark.. Bradford of the Court. 4 Federal Impact, .. .. $ 5.000 1
the relief demanded In Florida this 12th ALL CLAIMS. *: .' ," ;' 'w.. ". / 'l.,' ) ?
; ,1'1
: 4.
County. ,
21.500
I I ROTC } ,, t I .
Pursuant to Section the Petition.WITNESS of DEMANDS. AND CJEC- > ,,, ','. '
,1 865.09. Florida Statute,: my hand and day Jury.1983.JOHN CREWS TIONS NOT SO FILED >' ,.}:/. k:. ".'""t". ': FEFPfo.i-: '. I' s'\ 4' .tt; yty.: "' 'le-i'- I', .d't ", 3 7" "q n.,, '

r, notice I., hereby, glvon-.-.01 Qf.old courGILBERT oa..li'. .. C looq"-- !
"..,.12 day dJuly. 983.. { '. .( .
that th.' undanlgnsxl, .7/21 Itchga4'1. 1 r 'P'\' 'if'! "" '
Richard A. Jordan sole S. BROWN Date of the first Comprehensive Health, 9,500
Clerk Circuit Court publication/ of this Notice '
owner doing business --- Community School.1 7.,180Instructional
of Administration \
BY: Beulah MoodyDeputy July "
under the firm nome of Materials" 93,148
I JORDAN AGENCY AT Clerk /IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 21. A.D.. 1983.MOLLIE
7/14 4tchg 8/04 FOR BRADFORD H. DARRAH Instructional Media 10,838
STARKE P.O. Box 1236. COUNTY A* Hair of the Estate Of
Stark.. FL 32091, Intendsto NOTICEOF FLORIDAProbat.Dlvl.lon EDWARD LEONARD Racing Commission 52,000 ,

register said fictitious SHERIFFS SALE DARRAH Deceased State License 14,500

name under theaforesaid CASE NO: 83-49-CP ATTORNEY FOR Heir Student Development '. I 54.379 ,t
stotuf Nonce Is I hereby given FILE NO: 1-3485 WM. A. BESSENT III '
Dated this 14 day of that I, Dolph E. Reddish, ESQUIRE Student Transportation '\ 248,745

July. A.D. 1983 In Brad- o* sheriff of Bradford IN RE: THE ESTATE Of: 403 West Georgia Street School Bus Replacement I "" 'a '34,058
ford County. s County. Florida under EDWARD LEONARD DAR- P.O. Box 1056'Stork. ,, 1
7/U4tchg8/04 and by virtue of Writ of .. Fl 37091 Compensatory Education 133,471
to-wlt RAH. 7/21 2tchg ," '\' .231 .01 0 '
t Execution : Deceased 7/28. Primary'Education / -. -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Execution Issued out Volunteer ; ; 3. 500 4'
OF THE EIGHTH of County Court of levy School. I' ;
,
.
', ( ,56.184
Skills
JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF County. Florida pursuant Writing ,. .
THE STATE to a Final Judgement for NOTICE TO BIDDERS ITV Grant : : '!.:, \. ,, (: | 8,832
FLORIDA Jack Wilkinson of CONTRACT VOLTAGEREGULATOR '
OF IN AND FOR ChMland Florida and CONTRACT 3-18 KV CIRCUIT BREAKERS Science La" Equipment ;t.> f 'I'\; ;< 1' wl9': 'ot 29,709

BRADFORD COUNTY. against George Camp ,CONTRACT 6 KV METAL-CLAD. .. Computer ,. Iqulpment, ,.' "" ,:P'! : !\ ,r' 26.093 'I j
CIVIL ACTION bell. defendant In the SWITCIEGEARCONTRACT '. ../, "I'J ,, '4t: 1-" 15,033 !
Reading Resource Specialist: : :
CASE NO. 83-216 amount of) 700.00 plus 8-SWITCHBOARDS, CABINETS !
Interest together with AND TELEMETERING SYSTEM Extended School; Day/: ; ; /I"\\\ ') "jrj" 63,580SparcityFactor" r,
,
JIM WALTER HOMES, cost of collection. '1'1:' <\ ''M 54,898, .,
: ,
INC., Have elid and haveIn FPlrIJSTARKEINTERCONNECTION. : \' : ; '. ;: ; ". '
A Florida corporation my possession the SUBSTATION AND POWER PLANT ',, : ,District' Tax -<, ', :t 676,034 '.
Plaintiff following described personal MODIFICATIONSCity Discret oonary'Millage' \ 169,008 ,
: '
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VS I property to-wlt of SUrke,Florida j '*: ." ".,., \ ", '
i LEON SWEAT and 1971 Oldsmobile, Fees 'l... ::? ,. ''''\,.'" It'\"j ;, 48,213 ,

NORMA SWEAT, 4-door.. t.D. No. NOTICE b.hereby given that .sealed Proposal, Interest "U,. .. .' ...". J l '" \ .,, 90,000 .
his wife,and 336691R107940.A will be received by the City of SUrke (Owner) at Cost ..,i i't, "t", ,/ ; ', ,, 17,000 '
FLEET FINANCE. INC., the property of the City Hall. Poet Office Drawer C. Starke. Florida Indirect '
j formerly Known a. above named defendantand 82091 until 7:00: P.M.. Eastern Daylight Tim. Special, Maintenance '.(PEtOL. ) "': : 1)). :; ,' .. 66,645
SOUTHERN DISCOUNT that on Monday, the Tuesday, Aup f' 16. 1983. for furnishing the '. .:
COMPANY. 15th day of August. 983.at Equipment; ,described In the! Contract : Remittance front OtherAgencies'! ; : 12.000 ,

t Defendants. one o'clock on sold Doeamenta. Proposals will then and there be ;;', TOTAL ANTICIPATED"REVENUE': \\ ," \ / ",' : "' 3 9,650,469 f'
day on the premise of opened and publicly read aloud.Proposal received "
NOTICE V the Bradford County Jail after the time announced for the opening will '. Fund Balance .. :> ',* ii.$\ ;; t '. ''vvi' .d.pl:-;' ''v 'E 290,000 ;'

OF SUIT I will offer for sale and not be considered. ANTICIPATED'REVNUE''FUND..BALANCED;. : ';;; !: ;;,; )S d,940,469. .
sell to the highest bidder The Contract Document may be examined and !t TOTAL. U : .
TO: Leon Sweat and for cash In hand the obtained at the office of the Owner and at the of- ;: BUDGET Expenditures..""ANl'ICI ATEQ'EXPENDITURES'F1 .1983=e4'" I

Norma Residence J. Sweat ore, above of Mid described defendant property to lice and of Consultant the R.W. .Beck 660 and Bannock Associate Street, Engineers; Denver 4 +. Salaries &Benefits" {': :'h r.\1.\\ ..... ,.,I ti \ if j tl,<$t: 3Q'.257' ::1:1J

satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Colorado 80204 C I i 4k ;' /'! 188729 .
unknown. .(p Supplies \\j" ; I" n' i\h'\\; ;\ :'I I

NOTIFIED YOU ARC that an HEREBY actionto .Dolph E. Reddish Each or Proposal cashiers shall check be payable accompanied to the Owner by a certified forum Library & MediaInstructional -i 't ; :' ',Wtll.i.7'; ;; )\' ..I; ,. .)r... "", ; ":40:000: :

foreclose a mortgage Sheriff a not lea. than 6 percent of the amount of the )1 Materials 93,148 'j

on the following proper Bradford County Proposal or accompanied by a Bid Bond of like Repair and Maintenance 60.000 1
,,
/, ty In Bradford County, Florida amount of a Surety licensed. to do business in the .' : i ', ,', -. ,:) 1 30.000alQO.OOO r
Florida to-wit: 7/2Utchg Bill State of Florida. Repair Parts J

j.: Commence at the NE Each Proposal shall be conditioned that the ''Bus Replacements :' 'I ", i' t.
yr
co.n..i> of the E'/4.of the ---J Bidder will pay the Owner aa liquidated Insurance Premiums '. : 100.000"
NE1/ of the SW/4 of Section damage, the amount specified unless the Bidder
Township 6 South IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF nter* Into a Contract in accordance with its Pro- Public Utility Services '". 297,073 <,.,
Rang 21 East for theIi THE EIGHTH poaal and furnish. a Performance and Payment Contracted Services .*!''w'\ ,' ; 135,000 ;
P.O.B. Run W. along the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .Bond with surety satisfactory to the Owner in anaf.oant '
Ii N. line of said EV4 a FLORIDA. IN AND FOR equal to 100 percent of the Contract Count.y-.W1de: Capital Outlay t ( ';.) ,,475:845:
BRADFORD COUNTY Amount and Insurance Certificates or cople of '\1'
distance of 30 feet Gas & 011 82,000
I
CASE NO. 83-250-CA Inauranc Polide within 10 v.> r ,
day from the date
'
It, thence run S. a distanceof -J
410 feet, thence run on which the Bidder. notified that It* Proposal Science Lab Equipment :t::; 29,;709 _
RE: Valdlatlon of not exceeding .ha been ."1. ,," .
lit W. a distance of 136.48 accepted. Computer Lab. Equipment' .' : : 26,093
r $7,200,000 Brad- U the Bidder fills to enter Into the Contract "
feet thence run S. a ,
!+, distance of 259 feet, ford County Health and to furnish. the Performance and Payment ITV Grant ; ( ; 8,832 r
Facilities Authority Bond and Inaurane Certificate Transfer to Services 1 55:970: ,
thence run E. a distanceof or copies of Insurance ; food ,. ,
166.72 feet thencerun Health Facilities Policies within 10 day from tits. date on .. Balance. }i' i '487,813 ,
Fund '. :: : *
: : : o\" ;
N. a dlstanc of 655 Revenue Bond, Serle* which the Bidder la notified that Its Proposal hu ;' >, : :; ;f "
19e3A (Santa F* been accepted the Bidder'. check or Bid Bond H'
feet to the P.O.B. I. 1$9.940,469 }
has been filed againstyou \ Healthcare Sylm. and the amount thereof shall be forfeited to the \ ., TOTAL ANTICIPAT ENDltURES: ," ;iM .
and required Inc.-Bradford Hospital Owner at the option of the Owner. This proposed, budge?? for Bradford County General'Fund. ,' tt.

to serve Vor.a copy* of your Protect). City of Stark.Florida' I IVernon : 1\ f: "llra l ",s' .j.d'8't!' '.; : ,' j.,.....'. $". .; ,' ;d : r

I written dfns.. If any BRADFORD COUNTY Slims Mayor .., Budget ? $ :I, .* 'r, rf", |
to It, on the Plaintiffs attorney e
;f. andaddress HEALTH FACILITIES 7/21/ Stchg 8/04 will' be ,held on thlsjtentatlve budget |'l l"on
-1 l ; whose name AUTHORITY ,a public .. .. ," A public hearing!! |

,I ,1ix/, :t.".. Harry Is M.: Hobbs. P.A. body politic. corporate erganrnKl and and, ''q 'Saturday,":jJuty'"30, 1 1983 at 9:00'A: :M. ,' sin the office: of the 1 fF,

723 E. KennedyBoulevard
4 11"., virtue existing. of the under law and of the by > Bradford County School Board," '582.North, Temple Avenue, Starke: Florida

Tampa Florida 33602 Slat of Florida, Plaintiff. r7 $ .
25 1983.
and III. the original VS The above_ notice was authorized July ;
with the Clark of they _
h STATE OF FLORIDA and fl' !
above styled Court on or Thomas L. Casey.,, Jr.S\
:
j the Taxpayers, Property L f 1 ?
V' before August 22. 183: _
'la otherwise a Judgement. Owner Bradford and County CPIren Including of : Superintendent of Schools Bradford County. Florida r.

t may be entered against non-resldeni Human being are the only 'animal* that can blush

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DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,; 1::1# .i.iI
; PROPOSED, OPERATING BUDGET FOR 1983-84 I

: PROPOSED'" ;>OPF') RAT NG ( BUDGET. FORd983-84'; "'"' ." t ...,":,' 7'y: : \!:+.4 ';: ,;. A: CONTRACT. PROGRAMS' '. '' ';,!-"''' t ,;.. .,h': ," "'" "la 8 1I I 1( ,
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ANTIC IP TEDRECEIPh,98384 }f .
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1 'Racetrack blJstriibgtToXn, | I. 4 ; :) tit;+I. &:# *, 'h'.h 1 ",': $171,250',. 1 '. .," ry ECIA ,- II > '' j .,"a,..,,.. 'J. .,:'\\H'" lul'(, .; : .".:: ioi,,+' 12.017,


Withheld,.,, by S BE ",1' ? ," ;* '$ :" -- : 125,163 Adult Basic'Education, .> Irtl" .i/t.'; '", ;<1t.iIJ.{ 0h: : :,t!'.,.. I, 10,784Vocational i,
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Interest : 1'9'O', 'oJ. \ '
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EducationSpecia5l ,.' \ :" .rt.' 58,947 i

.t' .' 'TOTAL!> ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS' :) .j. {' -3152413; ;; :$; :: : | Education. J >". 62.358

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.' /'..".. :': 't\; .:; : ..... M1 TOTAL ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS ; 451,104 ,
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Payment of Principal' ,. } ; :>' 'Jpayment '
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,, ''' .. '' ;'{;''' '-. .\ $ 148,000 '' ->,. .f' '. L 1', ," ,..w..,::1,1.<: + ;tFt4Salaries \ .,
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of 'interest'r. ; :-l."n't: ;: "/ 16lV391'.' Y'Y'FUNOBalance l & ne / ": 't {: ,, 4i''0" "' 372,178Supplies'
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: Other Expenses.: 1|, r1",', .' ",!v'C"vV1'. : *'' ,' ,' {r3OO, "< .. \ I !, "[ \ ,/,'. '. ,;'." ,1. .. ,,...I\t\' .., ""
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Cost' 17.000
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ANTICIPATED'EXPENDITURES. : ; ;. ;Expenses 10,930
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AND FUND'BALANCE.' / : ,n .;I' $ ., 315,413ti'y, TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES $ 451,104
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; This proposed Budget Is for, Bradford County J Debt. ."- 0 .v A This- pr.oposed Budget 1s for Bradford Count C >ntract .

,.Service." I' ,V*4 I ."v '., x:?.;'- -.-.. <.'&;1 Programs'f, :! "j'\\ '; .,,... ,.,. ,

a A public hearing will be held. on' this tentati4vebudget: on. ;" 'AS'\ .v f'' "A public hearing wlllf,, !>e held on this tentative budget on'
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Saturday 198j'at rt 1 /\/V Kid office 'oF. he"B BradfordCounty M
Ju1y.,30. in the .. Saturday July 30 1983at 9:00! A.M. in the office of the Bradford
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f S c Cot ( Board J 582 'North, Temple Avenue Starke,7Floridaa, .t .i". *; County'01 School. -B. ard.. 582. North' Temple Avenue Starke Florida... '

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i Thomas Schools .The/above .notice. was, July. 25 1983. .
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r L. Casey,: Jr.ySuperr\tendent;[. of. .l / J .
: .'. L'..;Casey Jr. of Schools
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'* ,Thomas Superintendent
Bradford ,County. Florida, ., .' .; '.*' ., 'V.. <(Xi;:.Jr.'. \ ..' .' .... .
Bradford Florida 1
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PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET FOR 1983-84
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,: l>, t' o4 'Sa Jt Jrdaya July! 36'irfl983) ;ia'C 9:00' .A.'MiVlnJ-thV, ; offices 1 "I'of I'folte\?( : ;> "'.'s., : .. public' hearingrwjil. be held.. ., on,\\.4 t.his'Hentat.1ve, .budget, .t.... : ., ,
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Starke Stars placed third in the game were -Curfs( 2-for-4, DyalT
state In 18 and younger senior boys 2-for-3. ?. ..
Softball competition last weekend, Ju- Satellite'Beach"knocked the. Stars' "'
ly 22-23. out of the tournament in the llth I
The 'Stan won three game while game 83.Satellite's. .
dropping two, to the first and second Rockets scored three '
place teams Jensen Beach and runs in the first inning and held the' 't
Satellite Beach after making their lead for the remainder of the game ,0
way to the semi finals of the tourna Hudson scored on an in field home run >t
fIi ment. In the first inning, then -Johnson $'
ai 4/ ((1'' .... Stars got 18 hits to contribute the scored one run each In the third and
vR ; their 12-4 win over Mary's Hair final Innings.
ft Center of Davenport, rolled 15-8 over scores of ether gome f '
( Deland and and edged Davenport In
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] another game 7-6. .-Jackets* HewksenDevenpert
In the first game, the Star controlled 23 Petrlol 9 ,' r
j the game from the first inning Jumping .Deveneert13 ....__ 11 '
In front 5-0. Scott Hudson got an;?' ocfcett* Satellite 1 ?
in field home run along with four Jemen Beech 7 ,.' Satellites ,.
l... other team base hits to take the lead. Jmum Beech 10 Patriot* ,It
) John Bennett hit 4-for-4 Including ocket 10 ......_a :\ .
';SJ> two doubles to lead the team in bat .
it Jv e,+l d'i lb it3 >1r tl't ting during the game. Other leading Overall tetltlc/ of the leading hitt:
hitters were Blame Dyal 3-for-4 and ten for the Ster wereiJohn Bennett |v'
Clayton Norman 2for4.In 11-for-l7 .647; Mike Carroll ll-for-U If'>
t1' .,r. the second game against Delandthe .784; Jarnei' Curtis 8-for.-13. .615; Slams i .'
"t7P Stars pulled from a 4-1 deficit in Dyol6-'or-I3. .462; Scot Hudson IO-for-17, ,'/ ,
the first and second innings to rack up .588; Jeff Johnson 8-for-3] .533; lorry.;.
six runs In the third inning to take a Long 4-ftx-ll, .364; Clayton Norman, ;
yI two point lead. tO-for-17. .588; Richard Warren 6-foM;11 it$
v t A final rally in the seventh Inning .500; Emmett Watkins 6-for-l I. .546. fi'_
I II by the Stars put the game away 158. !
Leading hitters in the game were Some Season $j

t Norman 4-for-5, Bennett 2-Tor-4 with a And Career. Records i'X
triple, and Jett Johnson 3-for-4. ,
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K. In the second game with Davenport .
I a lone run scored by Hudson in the Clayton; Normans Ended: the teoion vS1*
seventh inning v saved the Stars in the with a- 32 game hitting' streak breaking *>"',
I 7-6 win. '., Mike Jock....,'. 31 game streak In 1980. tJ;
A The game was tied M in middle of IJ- .
the seventh inning when the Stars
Scot MueeentEnded' season with a J/f'J f
4. scored the run to end the game. batting overage of .644 hitting 130-of-202. i
In the "sixth inning ,John David ,
This teaion put Hudion' career record at ?.%
t Francis drove in'an infield home run. 230-oMOl, averaging .623. This broke the "*'
I Leading hitters in the', game were ,old mark of 1615 ,by Chub Johnion In "L. .
Emmett Walking ,2-for-2. Francis 197880. ,,'
1-for-l, Hudson, Bennett, and James 11 players of the team will not be ';;
"'h"" Curtis all :aCortlThe ; playing next year because of age. 1;'
first game the Stars lost was to. John Bennett, Dale Buohanan, James 'o'.
\ w.sac. Jensen Beach, 104. The Stars scat Curtis, Blaine Dyal Scot Hudson,Jeff ;:.
tered points in the first, third, fourth Johnson, Larry Long, Clayton Norman ,/I
LJ and fifth innings, but could not overcome John Riggs, Richard Warren *
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'third and fourth Innings. Overal season record for the Stars' ''i
I Jensen Beach held the Stars' to' was 47-23, marking the most wins for'-b',
... .. nothing but base hits. : the team i : .,

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Red took the league championship Tuesday night July 26 In a round robin back row-As&t. Coach Jull Jackson Cathy Jo Jackson, Larry Shannon,
smallfry Softball tournament at the Pratt St. diamond. The Reds beat the se- Jason Welly, Andy Huggins, Asst. Coach Dana Shannon. and Coach Kelly In State Tournament -
cond place Pirates by one point In a 13-12 squeaker. The Reds also banded Jackson. -
the Yankees a 9-7 loss and the Gators beat the Suns 12-7. Bottom Pictures.. '.
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Top picture... ; _,-. .The Starke Junior Stars traveled to were Stefan Wheeler, .714; .
To the left Robin Register finds one way to get the sun of her eyes. In the' Satellite Beach this past weekend to Chappell, .667; Gary WUkerson Mlke\;
Thin Is the Reds softball team. They are from left-to-right, front row- middle Robin and Doug Ashley with an even .
gets tagged out on the way to home plate. To the left Larry participate in State Junior Boys (13-15
Jonathan Mallory, Bubba Coleman Danny Frampton and Robin Register;. Shannon makes a good snag. ,+.,'" yr. old! competition coming home Upon dropping the final game onVv::
1 with a last place showing In the double Saturday, the Stars left Satellite
........ elimination. event. Beach, moving to Ocala: where they,:$>
Citing good defense in the first stayed overnight and went to Wild',*'
: 'game against. Pasadena Lakes' Waters on Sunday before returning ;JJL
I tJ; Swamp Frogs," the defending national home. Coaches Hirlam Chappell and,C?.
Sports Briefs champs from last year, Coach ''Les Boone said> the boys needed to C?;
Lea Boone said the Stars were outhit wind down from all the pressure
", by the'Frogs, 22-8, resulting In a 13-3 faced with some really good they I
loss for the Starke team. ,teams. ;
Saturday morning, the Jr, Stars Coaches Donald Thornton, ;
After board were defeated, once again with a Chappell and Les.Boone would
learning that the unanimously approved the swim.program
Football season right around the corner.... Wednesday was the final day to sign up Smith said Monday night, because'he score of 13-3, by the Titusville Tuf ea, thank the players, parents Hlrlamf
I Belive it or not football season isn't that far off. BHS football practice had to stop at some point and line, up teachers and buses. Smith said he: giving up Just Mike 11 hits to the scrappy sors cooperation of the this.players for
team. Chappell of the year. are ,,
begins in just a little over three weeks. can cut staff members for the fewer number of students but that transportation young '
fora'
Stars under 1984 Junior Stars?
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players going
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team and the
park home to help the but coaches'expressed;;
runs score,
The swim will al the Enlisted Men's Club beach at--
program run Aug. 1. 12
to the field house to work out. their enthusiasm and for- '?
errors In defense caused the Stars to are looking
I "The kids need to start working out. The better shape a player is in, the -Camp Blanding for students who have completed grades K-6. this ward to participating again nextw.;
give game up. !
The summer instructional Is designed to teach each
swimming
less likely hood of getting injured, said Coach Hurse. program Leading hitters for the weekend year. SbJr
The new weight lifting equipment is due to be at the field house by. the child basic swimming skills, from water" adjustment to basic swimming \
beginning of next week. strokes. *
Hurse also mentioned that the players should see their family physicianfor
a physical. Forms for the doctor to fill out should have been recieved in
the mail. If not, they can be picked up at the field house. i
All ninth graders are urged to contact Hurse as soon as possible to get on
the master list for the schedule. "This is very important," commented
Hurse. ,
With BHS looking to have a good team and being able to play in Class 2A,
everyone is looking forward for a good season. _. I

McGriff and Foster to play in sectionals.... t"w
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Iced Tea double tournament will be playing at the sectional meet in Ponte '

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Resort. The winners of this tournament will travel to St. Petersburg to com- -
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Clark still active in Anderson... -:

;. BHS baseball star Kenny Clark Is still having an active career playing for i
the Anderson Braves, a team from one of the Atlanta Braves training farms. _
I.. The shortstop still hasn't improved his hitting averages, but has been noted ,, '
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Registration for the Pop Warner football program is underway from 10 a.m. I /
to 3 p.m. on Saturdays at the Bradford Square Shopping Center. set r P tAy
1, The program is also sponsoring a car wash every Saturday at the Fins Station -
.I : next to Wendy's Hamburgers from 9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. to help raise funds.
Registration should be done before practice starts August 1, to save last r
minute confusion. Practice for the program will start at 5:30: at Westside
:j, Park. Registration will continue through the practice session.
S Cost of registration Is $35 and includes girls interested in cheerleading. for i t
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School board members okayed a 1983 summer swimming Program to start This Is the Starke Dixie Youth Ma jot\Ii-Star team that Just.finished'district 'Reddish.Rick KII1I1Jt ;Al P. Monday Aug. 1, when the question of whether to have the program or.not I competition In Lake City. Iei' .Paul AkrWtfe and path Jerry WIU ti.. 7s ;
t, ." was put them because of low registration. Last week the team dropped two fente, one ie Mlddle"uan'the The trophy b> front of these was the loumament sportsmanship award
;, With only 114 students signed up when twice than number was expected, other Gainesville west 32. ''Wv, ,
Supt. Tom Casey said the decision should be made by the board. When Vo- Team member ire from teft-to-Hal' t. ........t row KirbyJoa, Hlldebran. "Yoa boy handled yeerselves real wail. and you are a crust to your- com.munlty .
Tech Director David Smith, who operates the swim classes under the Community Jason Johnson Kevin Wimpy, Hat Daftfe* Ed Douglas. Jimmy Langley,and and yourselves" commented Coach Akrldga: to the boys at the bangltet .
Education Program handed out a fact sheet Monday night July 28, it R CBuck Miilllns. -m rgemJuhn iitanwl\ trlayltchd. .ln AksiiwlwW last AR+a ialLait/ ,
showed the.-cost"of the. program to the school system Is up only some $300. _B.ck..row-Coach, .E d : : .: i. utgM2r rMlb- '" i-t" 4/;w ". :" ,,,,

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....... .' this week, (! Lauderdale, spent from Sunday until Mrs. Earl Teston and family. night with their uncle and aunt, Mr. Ity
by Elizabeth Terryphone with the family., ., Henry Hodges,Ills daughuTiSarah, Friday with her mother Mrs. Roasts Tommy Starling of Jacksonville and Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson.Mr. .
782-3300 Mr. and Mrs.'Dennis Roberts and and Mr. and Mrs; Buddy,Smith at- Reddish, at which time her husbandBill visited his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. and Mrs. Jimmy Thomas of
daughter and new baby, Elisha tended the stock car races at.Lake City Lightfoot came after her and they Fleam Starling on Thursday after- West Monroe,La.spent from Wednes-
PERSONALS.... Madeline, of Starke, visited Miss on Saturday night. went home on Sunday. noon. day unlit Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J
Joshua Tompkins 13 mos. old, Elizabeth Terry on Friday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E.L!: Kelly, Jr. of Dana Martin daughter of Capt..and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Wilklson Jr. Joe Harris and family. They carried, lar
came home from Raiford with his and Mrs. Oscar Carter returned Milton,Fla. were guests of their uncle Mrs. Darrell Martin, spent a week visited their mother Mrs. Mildred them to Silver Springs Ig
grandparents Rev. and Mrs. James home from Hot Springs Arkansas and aunt,Mr..and Mrs. Hermie Kelly with her grandmother, Mrs. Hester Lockhart in Jacksonville Sunday.She Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe of Cape; -
Tom IM.Sr. and spent Saturday on Thursday on Monday while on their way to visit Hicks. Capt. and Mrs. Martin came had J just t.come home from St. Vincents Coral stopped by for a visit with their
night. He returned home with his Mr. and Mrs Glen Shuford and their father Mr. E.L.. Kelly,Sr. In the after her on Sunday. mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, Wednesday ,t,
parents Mr. and Mrs. James Tompkins their mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, Convalescent home in Gainesville.Mr. Miss Brenda Prevatt of Starke Hospital.Mrs. until Sunday on their way home Ie
on Sunday morning. spent Sunday with her son-in-law and and Mrs. Reggie Norman of visited her grandparents, Mr. and Jack Wainwright of after a weeks visit with their son and toa
Deepest sympathy of the community daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martinof Ichtucknee Springs were supper Mrs. Fleam Starling on Sunday morning Tallahassee spent Saturday night daughter-in-law and grandson, Mr.
Is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Ed- South Daytona. While there, they guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. with her mother, Mrs. Truby Wam- and Mrs. Robert Wolfe and grandson, I
ward Roberta and family of Starke, met their grandson and wife Capt. Truman \Norman. Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Craig Shuford of wright. Robbie of Wilmington: Del. o.
.' Moore, Haven Friday Mrs. Doreen Bloom of Japan called Mr. and Mrs. Fred! Carter of Clay
due to the death of their mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Darrell Martin and family, night. sometime were night
Flora Roberts, of Miami who passed who have been in Okinawa for (our Jimmy Haga of Miami spent guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. her parents Col! and Mrs. William Hill were Sunday dinner guests of
recently. The family attendedthe years. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Shuford. Wilson on Saturday night. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
away funeral on Monday. Their father Mr.and Mrs.George Roller spent a' Jim HaRa, recently."' -""-I'. Jerry Teston of Fort Rucker, Ala. David, Jamie, Gary, and Eric and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and family.
Stwort Roberts, will make his homeBrooker wk at their home In Pearson, Ga. Mrs.'Willie..Mae LJKhtfoot of"Ft. spent the weekend with his mother Wilkerson of Brooker spent Saturday

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morning, July 23, was not from .
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weed eaters and other equipment as

citizens of the town, In cooperationwith '....m.............
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By 5 p.m. everyone was ready for --m.
the fish fry sponsored by the Council. mwilllllM
Mayor and Town Clerk. Fried mullet .
with all the trimmings was served to ,
approximately 150 participants along
with gallons and gallons of Iced tea. T TWKHS HST .
Future plans are to hold various dinners s
for fund raising projects for the i/ DOVE or .

fire equipment.department's very much needed DAWN SAFEGUARDFLAVOR


Church News.... ROAST DISHWASHING BATH SOAP.

'The Matured Christian Fellowship BUFFERIN ENTIRE STOCK OF OIL ROASTED DETERGENT22OZ.. 79-01.Hna. to 89'DOVE..rn or,, 5-02,OU"SAFEGUARD CHOICE
members will hold their regular NATURE'S ORGANIC 0
meeting at the fellowship hall of the TABLETS PEANUTSCAN
Brooker Baptist Church Thursday, ROTTU Of 2/100
July 28. All members are urged to Limit 1 250/o0FF Reg. 1M
Limit 2
come and bring a friend to enjoy a 229 119
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covered dish luncheon at 12 noon Price reflects cents off label
followed with fellowship and.singingin Limit 2 Limit 1 Limit 2 bars

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Vacation Bible School will begin at ,
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August 1, from 7-9 p.m. Monday SALLY HANSEN -- JELLY I LAUNDRY"DEPILATORY
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Mr. and Mrs. HUrl Winn and Reta : :.: Lt.
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Anderson of Tampa were weekend MYLANTALIQUID BATTERIES II

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Prescott Jr. and family in Colorado TAMPONS M IIPOSUMS a ....$40
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'/ -1\\';' 1 Sailing against an almost-too-blue sun-drenched 9.
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I ,, lake, watching an arrow fly from your bow with a zing and
',' find its mark on the target, or Just sitting in the cool shade
of a huge oak tree, swinging gently back and forth on an old
tire; all of these and more can be found by children at sum-

.. mer camps almost everywhere. "An estimated one out of 750
y The summer camp going on right now at Camp Mon-
tgomery on SR-100 between Starke and Keystone Heights Is school-age children has diabetes.A .

just this a camp little are different diabetics.from others. All the.children attending lot of these children feel very

.. Except for the daily injections of Insulin and the tests to alone with their disease. At campthey're
monitor their blood sugar level, this camp Is like all others,
with the same main purpose-safe summer fun for kids. not singled outeverybodyIs
"The primary goal for these kids la a safe recreational the same "
Becky Spillar
says ,
... experience. says Camp Coordinator Becky Spillar.
-.. The camp is the 21st annual summer camp for children camp co-ordinator.
and teen-agers with diabetes. "This is a special camp for
diabetic children but we don't take care of diabetics we
take care of children, children who have a special need"
she says.
0't The need for these children to know and associate with
other children who have the same problems was emphaslz- I,
ed by Spillar. "A child who has diabetes may feel picked on '
sometimes someone's always bugging him to take his 'I
medicine and asking what he's had to eat:if he's sticking to I
his diet" she says, "Here everyone gets bugged about the I
same things, no one is singled out."
The children have experienced similar problems and
often share them with one another at camp. Each child
learns that he is not alone in the world that there is someone
out there who truly understands what he is going i
through.The .
children also learn that they are not really different
from other children. They can do the same things that other
kids do, they just have to be a little more attentive to their
'health needs. I r
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healthy lives1 says Spillar, "They just have to learn to
take time out to pay attention to their disease."
;Ji "Diabetes is the kind of illness that requires taking care
:jot yourself,otherwise you can't live productive life, says rr
f Splllar "A lot of what is learned at camp Is through ,i .
:;osmo ls. We hope the knowledge will be applied at home."
"We try to develop their confidence" in themselves and
in others, she says "We have an exercise that teaches I
i them teamwork, they help each other over obstacles. It 7G'
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non-competitive, non-threatening
g teamwork.." Tkyixf
I Although diabetes is incurable, it can be controlled..
I"Some people seem to feel that having diabetes means
I you're sick all the time, but the kids who go to the infirmary
.?< here usually go for scrapes and insect bites," she says. ,
:i Special camp events include sailing,square dancing, arts
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.Bather camps to>> provide safe summer r
fun for children. The kids learn that
they are not that different from other
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i t ;r Local Government Meetings ........City fimmilMlom will moot at 7 p,m. on Aug. 2 In the commission mooting at 7 p.m. at the Woman's Club and .In Starke on Monday night at 6:30: p..... and Thursday
> s t room In City Hall morning at 9:30 a.m. at St. Edwards Catholic Church. Call Peggy Register -
t Union County CemmlMlont will hold a regular meetlng'on Tuesday-; -,'Aug.'2 at 6:30 (, 03-nm-far more Information. ( : ,
p.m. In! the county commission mooting room In the courMwus..r .KHllord MUM lion Aoooctatton end tho Bradford' County School Sacral will V 'M M j-WJi..
'I \ moot at T p.....' on Aug. a( In the School Board "..ellne.-.. on N..Tomplo A.... to Coy ... h... BUS cheerleaders. will sponsor a car wash on Saturday, July 30, from 9
I .......Zoning -eore'. will meet on tonight at 7:30 p.m.;-.'In Iho. commission meeting' "' i continue contract negotiation *,(4'I p.-, -... 'a.m. la 3 p.m." at Hunt* Shell Station <.V'i.\ rmirf
', ''v. Proceed will the BHS ) Progrom. ., .
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+ : Board office on N.:' Temple Ave;:for at budget session.' ;' '.""" r ;;; V:. ,.Churches.Clubs and Organizations. 2.40' ? p.m. until 10 p.m.ttrowfcorry ," 'f ..
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, ; meeting' room 01 City Hall. <* {. "" ,, ", Thursday beginning at 8 p:m. at the Storko Masonic lodge at West Can and Orange
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t t i d t'" .y, ceremonial finery to a rock star's Smith owned a successful

By Mark Friedllu gaudy boots, the skins have appealedto leathergoods store In the quiet little
BCT Staff Writer people who seek a different look, town of Douglas, Georgia -where he
Motorists passing through Melroseon /something that stands out In
S.R. 26 may be excused if some of sometimes slightly homogeneouscrowd See... Snakes... .ge S
them seem to be a bit startled when modern, synthetic fabrics.
they catch their first glimpse of "Some people put on a hat like this
Jessie Smith's new business located and really feel like stepping out,"
right off the highway just east of town :Smith said as he gazed proudly at a Watermelons :f50C
This Independent artist and Stetson hat decorated with four sets of
businessman has a brightly lit sign rattles and a thin, elegant strip of $ ;
perched on the roadside that says, snakeskin. "People who come in here i
among other things "I Buy Snakes", are looking for something different, a
surely more than enough to prompt one-of-a-kind item and something that MIKE'S PRODUCE .
most curious people to slow down and says 'quality'. That's what I try to US 301 South-Just past Drive-In-..
take a second look. give them.".
That's just what Smith hopes they m _.u.n. .._ ___ ____... __ a
will do, for when they stop and ex-
amine the wares in his little shop, ATKINSON'SHome
'they find the works of a talented artist

.,.---w ....w,. .-,. '" .. with a very unique specialty. Health Care
,. Smith Is a former leather shop
(;it,: {: \' owner and craftsman who .now ISO-A West Call Street Starke. Florida
,J. ..: '", ,1' specializes in "exotic skins". principally
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...... ., .,;:' .. .. ...... ., ,........ tf" ..'. ',' \. C"! deadly and feared snakes of all, a g Rentals : /"
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"I have a lot of respect for these Etc.
snakes,'r' Smith says as he work overa PORTABLE
row of soon to be completed (belts. STATIONARY OXYGEN FREE DELIVERY & SET UP
Specialist... "There's something about them that \
Jessie Smith has a a genuine affection for rattlesnakes, snake famous. fascinates me. A lot of other people OXYGEN CONCEIiTIATORS 7 Days A Week 1
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I like this whopper killed at Camp Blanding last weekend Working with a secret tanning method, Smith's new seem to feel the same way. ben 24 Emergency Service
but most of all he enjoys turning skins like this one Into a business In Melrose attracts the curious with signs like the Snakeskin has historically an
variety of practical Items like wallets and bells featuring one above at left. .; n '- 4Jt(4( J exotic material to work with in the ap-:: We Bill Medicare &. Supplemental Insurance ,Co ., .
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I ConsumersiBy .One more reason to subscribe to The ((Safnesuille ftun .

Car "Lemon" Law Protects


Mark Frledlln To get your own copy simply call or Fl. 3201 or call the new toll free
BCT Staff Writer write the Division of consumer Services hotline at 1-800-342-2176 and ask for
People are buying cars in greater Mayo Building, Tallahassee, new car warranty enforcement.
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numbers these days, flooding into the
showrooms In record numbers spur- I TV Week now has't ,
red on by lowering interest rates and .
flashy new models. t cable: listings for >,, ,.. I
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The quality is up too, according to Starke .
various owner surveys and the com- ,,Keystone Heights, 'j.t',
panies seem to stressing that point in
their advertising campaignes.But I and Lake Butler., _
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what does the consumer do
when he or she is unlucky enough to
purchase that inevitable "lemon" a 30 stations in all!
car that somehow has passed throughall fer c
those inspection controls and still
just didn't turn out quite right?

Florida has a new law on the books
passed by the legislature in their lastsession WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED!
which can be of great help to a
consumer caught in this unlucky and tU s 's#

frustrating situation. BUSINESSBailing '

The new law Is called Florida's New OurTV Week 1 feature has been
Car Warranty Act but it only goes into expanded to include listingsfor
effect if new car comes down
your '
with an ailment the mechanics cable :channels available in Starke, Keystone Heights, ;
couldn't cure after three attempts.
Here's how it works.If and Lake Butler., 'Now wherever you live, TV Week 'can

repair your the dealer same has problem tried three or if timesto your guide you from Masterpiece Theater to the vast wastelandIn

car has been in the shop for 15 workIng -
days for a variety of reasons andit ';addition: to TV Week every Saturday, The Sun also has ',
is still not fixed, you must notify the
manufacturer, who has one more with the best local'
jcovered and features
chance to fix it. yoq : news, ,sports <<:. ;

If it is still not fixed you have the op- xojf any;daily paper in this area. >- :: t +'f'
tion of a new car or a refund, less 20
cents per mile allowance for the use The ;Gainesville Sun is a real local news and entertainments

of You your car.must If' the manufacturer yaluct, and' still costs only 6.25 a month for 7-day home.

established a consumer complaint '
resolution panel,submit the matter to Twine Bird Seed delivery! ,

the You panel must for abitration.also make your com Round or Square Poultry Feed .f Find/out for yourself .what ,you're missing. Order convenient 1:'

plaint known to the manufacturer : jjj t,:'lionie delivery today! ',' '
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year, whichever is the shorter time Dursban Zap Wasp & ; "J"'i:,4 .
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of your car are collateral charges Lawn Spray or fill in the coupon below and return to GQin.esYJllel.S: ;* J
item like dealer prep undercoating,
transporation, towing, replacementcar ", Cir 1 tionDept: :,. PO Drawer' A, Gainesville FL, 3260211$ }tl
rental, title and other __ ?
expenses ..-- ---s ,
Amdro Fire Ant Rid-A-Bug sssas-wsss.! -JlL-- --------I'I'-----'' I
which can also be recovered by the t ,.
dealer. Killer Flea & Tick. Killer ; "y ; 11- : linhttsuiUt. Ji
If you finally have to go to court, ij i}. jt .f '
you may be able to recover legal costs ... .. SUBSCRIPTION.ORDERFORMi :}

and But attorney's one warning fees.: if. you make a Security'' '*:.:'Jf': Rea Off Mist ,, 't.r;::1 f4lease;, i" l begin; :'7-cJay horn*' delivery to my home and'continue until further 11
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frivolous claim in "bad faith" you t* (101tCes I J ( ,.
may be held liable for the manufac Mange Control i l\\. : for, cats and dogs n j L' 'I "l"" "

turer's legal costs and fees. 'l iw .. ,. ., "W",,;a t
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1983 and has been enthusiastically en- -'I /Sn, a f V\ "" ', '
dorsed by both consumer groups and "" "., !, ffJA'0I1RESSl{ CI ( the session it ,
Industry during regular "I" .. I
both the house and senate '
passed J. ;'.u'. .
unanimously). Ranch '. { \
One of its provisions in the new law P PHONt-:
designates the state Division of Consumer I : "
Services to name a member of Farm Center ".' $,'G{(;AT'.. ', ifS. .i -,. '
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the agency to serve on the arbitration ., ,.., .. ,; .
l ''panel. The department has already U.S.31' SStarke 964.6973 .t: ,, .'. '- 7HANK Y&VFQit Ya
printed a comprehensive copy of the
new law and added It to their library. '' -
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I Melrose snakeskin specialist Jessie Smith says he may Belt buckles like the ones at right are Just a few of the
spend hour or even days on one piece.If that Is what It requires many Items Smith has on display at his new shop.
to meet his exacting standards.


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page 4 It's also a nice feeling to have people pattern Intact because you l have a lot
and his wife Woodie lived before they come from out-of-town looking more flexibility that way with
came south: to Melrose. What startedout especially for me and the work I do. whatever your're trying to do. To
as Just a hobby in Douglas\ soon That's a satisfying feeling." make a belt buckle, for i instance,you
became a fuUtime business as de- His reputation is growing as might end up focusing on Just one particular -
mand for his works grew outside the customers from Gainesville and spot In the pattern that's
immediate vicinity. Then they decid- Jacksonville are starting to discoverhis perfect for what you want. When a
ed to move. work. snake is mutilated It'. very hard to
"It's really hard to find items madeof find much worth using, especially If
"I had always wanted to live in thin snakeskin that won't fall apart or it's going to be a belt or a wallet,
area of Florida and we already had start to look shabby right after you've items that take up a lot of the skin." '
some friends and business aquain- bought them," said one customer, a a \1 1r
tances here," he said. "We've guidance counselor who works at A special tanning process, the ,
adapted to Melrose real nicely so far Wolfson High School in Jacksonvillewho details of which Smith is understandably -
and it's a place that seems to be grow happened to be driving through reluctant to reveal Is the next .d r
ing pretty quickly which is fine with when she caught sight of Smith's uni- step of the process to transform a skin \
me, up to a point"That que sign. "These are some of the into a fine work of art. .
independent streak in Smith,a nicest I've seen and I've been In- Next the skin Is scaled, exactly likea .
trait that quickly becomes evident terested in works like these for a long fish,according to Smith,to preservethe t'I
when you talk to him, is probably the time. The quality is superb. He's a skin's natural luster and to makeit
main reason the man to in the fine artist and he deserves a lot of soft and pliable to work with. The ,.."
business he is in- a desire to work on credit for taking the care and time skins are then shaped and patternedinto VJ
his own time, at his own pace and for that he devotes to each item her In the whatever a particular customer =. ,., .. I !
nobody else but himself and his fami- shop." desires. > I
J&- ,Smith's process begins when a Smith buys snakes and trades them
"A lot of people feel a little uneasy seller brings In a snake,usually a rat for merchandise and says its not Discriminating Customer...
about for themselves, tlesnake, although Smith recently unusual for a customer to bring in a "In-
working Smith shows a customer who says she drove all the way The artist says most of his customers are
'\ especially at first when you don't skinned and tanned a python, snake, then custom order a belt or a best".
his dlvlduallsts" who want"only the
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II know for sure that the business delivered from a snake farm in south wallet specifically from that snake.:
your're in is going to catch on in peo Florida, which he immediately ""That's part of the fun. Smith
ple's minds or not,but I never did feel skinsa! process that takes him only says. "Anticipating what what some
tfat way" SmtIJL| says.I, : Jqst enjoy, about *WQ minutes) .and'stretchesi'stakea" of my customers are going to want.Is k i
being my own boss, !with nobody .' as he calls )tl..It, always interesting but you never can feUnTbere 1 ..
around to tel! the wharto'dr>l>eiC lrIIt... !.P t. &lL! dry..;..,;.......:... -_.t ; .*res.,,wany; ..diffarmU*
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I Some of the camper participate In archery clause row. Diabetes doesn't affect their hand and eye eo- have swimming classes where they practice have about diving by jumping Into the water. I
where they learn the proper way to handle a bow and arordination, they rarely miss the target. ;,', the basic swimming strokes and diving.! Here,a(counselor ; .'. :.i :'S c 1>*'.,

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The campers try to keep their Medical School in Tampa are also Featuring V ; ."1' i
diabetes under excellent control by there to help. : 1
Other UF .A ', 1 .
monitoring their blood sugar levels physicians, nurses, ; '
and their diets and by administeringtheir medical students clinical and com- # /, : il." 'nl> !

insulin Injections themselves. munity dietitians and clinical .1:1. \ .: ; I ;:-1, :
Other than this "this is just like psychologists are serving as ., ...B Goodrich '
any other camp"says Spillar"They counselors. Faculty member from 1.1 ," Ib fJ.t.: .. .. i
get up at 7:15: and go until they drop the College of Dentistry's Depart- 1P .1. /
into bed after snack at night. I don't ,ment of Community Dentistry provide ;: <' ; Je =:= : ,. \ '
think we wear some of them out near- dental check-ups for the .r-rr'I": ...
ly as fast as the counselors are worn campers.The i : op LNcT t'P:
out." camp will consist of two I .J,
At night the student-counselor: ratioIs 2-week sessions. The first session Is 00 I r.q '
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about 1 to 4, there are 8 campers in for kids between the ages of 7 and 11.: "
each cabin and two counselors. Dur- The second session is for kids betweenthe \ !1\0" I
ing the day while the recreationalstaff ages of 12 and 15. The first camp ( l J'j UII'Line' ""' V
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is working that ratio drops to session began July 17 and will last un- .. :: I
about 1 to 2. til tomorrow. The second session Oooti.Ti1sI. ,
rAH the counselors are volunteers begins.July 31 and lasts until Aug.,11. ., .,I. : : '.:. l. .. .... oI.. .'" ... .._..J
the medical staff are volunteers,they A bourse children are attending this 11 !J.. laW..J'.t..ftirt.1-"I'o.: ( +r a j./I ,Jrllt/bIt 8t
goto-put I here;lor,:;twatweek >ai fa se sien.'of tltacamp And 93 a**signed i :"'-LOCATED' w o' f tuni eNI: WtAKt= oa! blotist
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volunteers from the University of but since there Is so little room left. WENDY'S964TIRE "' T!'. : ,JIM '.'
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volunteer counselors for the camp. signing up. The number is 392-6454. ,>>cwlcE" ,CONWAY
Dr. Alan Rosenbloom is the camp The camp Is sponsored by the i
medical director. He is a professor of American Diabetes Association, the
pediatrics from UF's College of United Way of Alachua. County and ry = :
Medicine and is the director of the the Kiwanis Clubs of Florida. = > '
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News Briefs ".i


I Starke Youth Tiiltmwlgc Kumar Proxslcy of railroad crossing while the crossing Pickup"Turns Left' ,, Car Burns, :Total blind was set ut $SIIO at I
when It
bam were coming down was Newman's
Electrocuted Sim'kv was nrrrsletl July 22 und '>i..* first appearance. r
\ At Home churned with driving while his license truck by a 1071 Ford driven by Causes 4 Car"''Accident >:> Driver Arrestedt Newman wus released from Bradford

Wilson 15-yeaf.clld Kelly Ray Crews of was nuxpendod, according lo Trooper Kchberg.the The roadway vehicle was to wet slid causing Into Rufits,Alvtn Riley, driving'' 1 I'M"! >7"" A :29-year-old Gainesville woman County jail alter' she posted a surety r
: Road in Starke died at his Williams of the Florida Highway Kehberg Chevrolet pickup truck ;haH multiple charges against her bond
wusvhurged.,4
,, home Saturday evening at 7-55: p.m. Patrol.Prcsslry. the Rescue Toyota.60 to the accident with driving while intoxicated in ar,<-< .after her vehicle was destroyed Driver Falls Asleep ;
Kelly, the son of Mr and Mrs. May was stopped on US-301 responded accident early Saturday,morning li(;' .cording to Trooper B. A.Williams. Vehicle .
with Paramedics Scott and Wrecks
! Crews, was helping install elec. three miles Taylor
an north of Lawtey. Starke. ; 'i\ < Dubby Crompton Newman, driving
, trical an In the attic when he was tip Bond for the charge was set at$200. Bill Hulchins O'Neal.\ treated', e at Bradford Riley attempted u right'turn tiff off') a'1V7J ford, was northbound onUS Michael Allen Williams of Alachua
I Pffwrtly.electrocuted, according to Prensley was released after he posted and was released. Pine Street onto SIMA into the path of i :301 one mile south of Starke at a County was cited for careless driving
I Medical Examiner Dr. William a surety bond. Hospital i high rate of weaving In andn
speed
Hamilton. Damage to the Toyota was $204. a 1982 Ford driven by Joe Herman causing an accident July 23, accor-
Ford 50. Hill of Apollo Beach and was struck, out of traffic, according to witnesses, ding to Trooper J. Ii. Horler
the $
Paramedics Paul West and Scott Lou Frances Ervin of Hampton was Damage to released was from Brad- according to Patrolman PuulllhHlmr. when the engine backfired and caught Williams, driving a 19B2 Chevrolet,
Taylor responded to the accident but arrested July 23 on a capias for hav- ford Rehberg was he The pickup truck shed collided witha (ire'.The car was totally distroyed by was southbound on Sfi-121 when he
were unable to revive Kelly who was ing no valid driver's license according cash County jail after posted a $50 parked 1976 Ford which struck the fire, fell asleep and his vehicle veered to
pronounced dead at the Bradford to Investigator Don Denton of the bond. another parked vehicle a 1978 Pon- Newman was charged with driving the right,striking the curb and then a
Hospital, according to Lt. John Bradford County Sheriff's Office.; tiac. while intoxicate, reckless driving, concrete bridge rail.
Dempsey of the Bradford County Bond for the charge was get at$250. Pickup lilts Ditch Rescue 60 responded to the 2-42: having a suspended license and refusing Damage to the rail was $100.
,
1 Sheriffs Department. Ervin was released on his own a.m.accident Riley was pinned In the to sign (he citations Damage to the Chevrolet was $3,000.
recognizance. No In jurlesDogan truck and Keystone Rescue was called --- -:. -

Plea Leroy Merchant, 61, of Bradford Lewis Smith of Starke was for their Hurst Tool. There was with a ..... .J .,. :. .
Guilty Entered potentially dangerous situatipn .. \ :
charged with careless driving July 25 : .I _.
County was arrested July 25 and .. .
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For Sexual BatteryDoyle charged with having no valid driver'sIIcenBe. when he ran his vehicle Into a ditch\ on Riley pinned in the truck and gas all + w. ". .
over the ground, according to- -
Orange Street In Starke,according to
Travis Thompson of Starke according to Deputy Frank Lt. Estan Mosher. Paramedics Scott Taylor and Paul '
was scheduled for trial this week In Bell.Bond Smith driving a 10678 GMC pickup, West. They managed to get Riley out '
.. Bradford for the charge was set at$100. of the truck safely before Keystoneunit
County Circuit Court before northbound on Orange SL said he fe
Judge John J Crews. Monday Thompson Merchant was released on his own wasn't paying attention and ran off arrived, said Taylor. (RID HOT ;
plead guilty to the charge of sexual recognizance the roadway Into a ditch striking the Riley and Hill were transported to i
battery and faces a possible 15 sidewalk. Bradford Hospital where they. were
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James Edward Rochell, 51. of
treated and released.
year sentence,
Damage to the pickup was$650.
Thompson was arrested April 9 and Alachua County was arrested July 25 Damage to the parked vehicles was
: charged with sexual battery of a and charged with driving while his $1,800. Damage to the pickup was DmseOUNTI !
Juvenile over the age of 11 years of license was suspended, according to Hampton Man AccusedOf 2000. Damage to the Ford was also
age and a charge of burglary. the Bradford County Sheriff's Office. Mower $2,000.
Taking Lawn
Bond for the
Thompson charge was set at$200.
also has a violation of
probation Rochelle was released after he posteda Robert Flynn Corbitt of Hampton
\ charge for burglary .
Man
Arrested
scheduled for court in August and surety bond. was arrested July 24 and charged
could face another five years with grand theft, according to Lt. At'Starke Motel CARRIER
sentence on that charge. Joan Helen Ulmes, 1 53, of Alachua Glen Moore of the Bradford County
County was arrested July 26 and Sheriff's Claxton Davis was arrested at the
The Department.
state intends
to ask for the
maximum charged with driving while Intoxicated Corbitt is charged with taking a Best Western Motel on a warrant
Assistant State pentalty, according Thomas to according to Brooker Mar- Wizard riding lawn mower sometime from Wakulla County, according\: to
Attorney
Ehwell. shall Tommy Raulerson. between 9 p.M.and midnight from the Lt. John Dempsey
Ulmes' alcohol blood level was .26, property of Ronald Birt. The value of Bond for the charge was set at$100.
(, according to the arrest record. the mower la $1,100. Davis was released after he posted a mmmmnmm L
i Starke,Man Guilty Bond for the charge was set at$300. Bond for the charge was set at cash bond. '
Of Assault-Battery Ulmes was released on her own 1000. Corbitt was released on his.
recognizance. own recognizance.
A Jury In Bradford County Circuit
atermelons'50C
Court Tuesday found Hurve Waldronof -
Starke Man InjuredIn h
Starke guilty of assault,a lesser In- Correction... +
cluded offense of the charge and guilty One Car Accident $100
of battery. The article last week on the Seventh -
Waldron was charged with assault 35-year-old Richard Alvarez Wainwright Day Adventist Christian Academy in
; John Allen driving a 1978 Ford failed to the Telegraph ailed to state the MIKE'S PRODUCEUS
to upon Assistant State rney Thomas keep his vehicle under control early school will study both the Old and Drive-In Unit' ;
Elwell. Friday at 12:53: a.m. as he was west- New Testaments In the Bible. 301 South-Just past Window
bound SR-100 in Starke. .
Waldron was sentenced by Judge The vehicle on ran Into the side of the 1 5,000 BTUs
John J Crews to 60 days in the Bradford
stodk room at the Starke Power Planton r
County tail for assault and six Water Street and SR-100, The Seventh-day Adventist Church of Starke and the
months In for 0051
Jail battery which is to BKA
run consecutively with the first count. Walnwright Barry Rice of of Starke Tallahassee and Florida Conference of Seventh-day Adventist are proud to

were passenger treated at the scene by announce the opening of their new school on August 18th
Area Traffic Arrests Paramedic Cliff Chapman and EMT for grades 18.Starke'Seventh.day.
Dan Cuddington.: Rescue 60 took
Past Three Weeks
Wainwright and Rice to the Bradford $29700
Hospital where Rice was treated and Adventist
Traffic arrests in the Starke area released. Wainwright was transferred :
for the past three weeks include the to Alachua General Hospital In Christian Academy
following: Gainesville where he remains a patient 1843 Madison Street (Hwy l00r Tax & Installation
Ronald Lamar Crawford of Hamp- he has a fractured femur. Starke, Florida plus
ton wan arrested July 10 and charged Wainwright was charged in the ac-
with driving while intoxicated and cident with driving while Intoxicatedand 964-4016 5 Year Warrantyon

driving while his\ license was suspended careless driving according to Parts & Labor
If want education in a
,' according to Trooper B. A. Patrolman Paul Rhoden. you quality presented
Williams. Damage to the vehicle was $4,000. Christian atmosphere for your child please planto
Crawford, driving a 1978 Chevrolet Damage to the stock room was talk with us at registration July 31st 1-5 p.m. Electric

was stopped north of Starke on estimated to be $500. and August 1st 10 a.m..2 p.m.and 5-9 p.m. '. .,.. .Hayes!
tJS.3Ol.11i blood alcohol content was
.IS percent, according to the arrest Your, cltfld is welcome to PUT.school where the .
record. -set ,--Starke-Man Charged*r' *;n love of.God.witt be taughftbroughrplci:' :ang fjevy' '& Conditioning: ;
<* Bond f'otI
$300.: Crawford was released on his Byron Albert Rehberg of Starkewas share for each other is always a part of every

recognizance. charged with no valid driver's subject.For U.S. 301 N 964-8744

Dale C.Wiggins of Jacksonville was license in a Monday afternoon acci- further information, call: Mrs. Charleen
arrested July 11 for driving while his dent, according to Patrolman Wayne Wright 964-5499 or Mr. Russell Nail 782-3464.
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,t license was suspended and having an Wilkinson.A
driven by Mary
tag according to Trooper 1977 Toyota
improper
Williams. Young Hutchms, had stopped at the ,

Wiggins was stopped north ofI' ,Items Available At TG&Y Family C.ntn Only
l Lawtey on US-301 driving a 1977 ........

I' Chevrolet.Bond for the charge was set at$100. : Carpet ; $1A95
Wiggins was released after he posted ,
a surety bond. 1 ana j
Cleaning ) 1I !
,oj 1 Steve Paul Miller of Apollo Beach I from aairol !

was with having arrested no,July valid 12 driver's and charged license, Whole House Special(( .'!an.. ..:,.HaB....,. ere;)t_:59'D

according to Patrolman W. Tillotson.

Miller was stopped in .Lawtey on Carpet Dyed . ..<9..i?>. .. . .. ... .........59"* Clairol Condition...
US-301 driving a 1979 Fiat.
: Bond for the charge was set at$50. Furniture Cleaned. .(($ofa b F.! \ natural protein
Miller was released after he posted a :
cash bond.Gregory. Not Delighted, Don't Pay" formula!

.. Steven Gibson 21}of Bradford Serving all of Bradford and Union County r

charged County with was driving arrested while July 13 Intoxicated and- Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.. ,; / e Shampoo Conditioner _

according. to Lt. Estan

.Mother.Bond for the charge. was set at$....."."... 964-6931 ; ;lief sllarnpoO 2.17 2.27)
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6 Gibson was released on his\ own FREE Estimates 24 Hr. Service Satisfaction Suanuitttd \ sham Realmrnt

recognizance.Diosdeleide: .... : "

J .Parreno Villalon 43 Collagen' !

was arrested July 20 andichargedwith !I .

',\ and Patrolman an having Improper Ricky no valid Bennett.tag driver's,. according license to Do sWdE, I -. Way :: Ir. CLALA1 ,

was set at$75. -
Bond for the charges


,recognizance.."; Villalon. was.released'. on his own. c. ,t. s O.Upfii\i,Lj\ I HTiang_ rF I8'f1IJf!


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.gram. In Keystone Height wrapped,
,up another successful season with a
..big flab fry and awards ceremony and
presentation at the Keystone: Public
'Beach last week." ,
The program, which draws young'/
swimmers from all over the area,.
Joel a long way toward helping
youngster learn the basic strokes
and safety procedures that help make
the summer safer and more en- :
joyable for kids and parents alike. T ,
Rotary Ann Barbara Dunn, who j-: ,i .
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charge mothers lM ,II ,. !
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'award's ceremony and Rotary crowd &1:::. ./ ;), ,1./...II.t..... > .'" ( I ::A. "" 111
'dent'Lurry-partial! said the -tI'I't"' '.: ,-... _. '".. !fI\1\
met up to bis fullest expectations.Three ")W1IO. -
local youths passed the
highest swim catagory in the YMCA Time to Celebrate...
program, the porpoise, a first in theRotary The 31at'Annual Swim Rotary Swim Program held at ceremonies. Over 500 dinners were served. At top rlghti
Swim, program. They were the public beach on Lake Geneva at Keystone Height was Rotarians Frank Walrath(left) and Bill Welshriht)
Stacey Davidson, Kriati Osteen. and a great success, according to all who attended their fish serve up the cole slaw as the line grows On the far left-
Chris Allen fry and awards ceremony lust week. Ed Bennett cleans up the utensils and above: Beach
All beach mothers and YMCA instructors At top left; there were plenty of hungry people lining up Mothers line up for their awards with Chairwoman Barbara -j
will be honored in a similar'' for fish and desserts at the fish fry before the awards Dunn at the microphone. '

ceremony tommorrrow,Friday at the '
r =noon Rotary Luncheon held in the ,
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Has Leslie Speakers and.extra sizes. .' ': '
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above prices. $ 0" .0" Ladies' canvas'Oifford'tennis Shoes or ballerina Regularly 39.1 Choice of 4." oece ." : T'
with bow. deodorant Lint ;
aw iwr, inBeath style step-fan or Palmolive Gold bar soapy 3. 4'Prkse'Goad -;

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UCI Craft Show a SuccessTaking : I.. ._:'\; I J I'J I I


t'Best. of Show" and first State University and in the public ; .I 1 i
place In the sculpture division of the school system there. +
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Union Correction Inmate Arts and Favorably impresssedi with the I
Craft Show was Thomas Washington Quality of the show Cutler Indicated j jnr I "
with his bust titled"Retribution." the best rfnwMi. wr,ri the ones" which [ I
The show, the first In about 7 to 8 took up the most time and as a result t
years, according to Roy Morgan,Arts showed the most professionalism.Winners :
and Crafts Supervisor,had 52 inmates by divisions, are listed as !
participating with 83 entries. Held In follows: (
the visiting park this year,Morgan in- Drawing: Carl Rhinbolter ((1)),John 1 1
dicated he hoped next year the event Goodrich (2) and Michael Smith ((3). } r Fiit
could be set-up outside the fence in Painting: Tom French ((1)), Lionel
order for the general public to attend. Chase (2)), and John Walker (3).
"Let's have a show" was' the Leather; Johnny Starr ((1)), David
refrain Morgan said he heard before Campbell (2),and James DuBose((3).
organizing the event held last thurs- Sculpture: Thomas Washington ((1)), ofShow"I, ,
day.i-It's a place for inmates to gain ,John Williams (2)), and Reese :
recognition for their talent and hard Wingate ((3).
work, said Morgan, who for the last Ceramics: John Walker (1)),
two years has been the arts and crafts Thomas Washington (2), and Reese :
supervisor at UCI. Wingate ((3).
Judging the show was Assistant Miscellaneous: Jerry Smith ((1)),
Professor of Fine Arts Jerry Cutler of Jimmy Zachary ((2)), and Bryce g i
the University of Florida in Jacobs (3).
Gainesville, with assistance from his Woodcarving: Henry Robinson ((1)),
wife, Ada. Henry Robinson ((2)), and, Nickey I 1 :
As an instructor In painting, draw- Burkahart ((3).
ing, and design,Prof. Cutler is called Woodcraft: Robert Fell (1)( ), Henry- : :
times a year to officiate Robinson (2), and Mike Bundy ((3)).
area shows. He has been In Florida Jewelry: James LeMay ((1),James
about two years, coming to this area Harmon (2) and Nickey Burkahart
following teaching positions at Ohio (3)). Thomas Washington "


I Soil Conservation ServiceBy

Norman Porter limitation the absorption field needsto
_District Conservationist SCS be mounded. If a soil is moderately
permeable, the size of the filter field
Soil surveys can help you according At
needs to be increased. If these or
to local conservation leader I
Jim
other soil conditions are not taken into ,
Faulkner, Chairman
of the Bradford
account in the
installation of the ab-

Soil Board.and Faulkner Water Conservation suggests you District check ciently.sorption The field,cost it may of not the installation SUM UP THE SUER-: Jackson

the Soil Conservation Service to see if and corrective- measures will pro-
there is bOil of property.
a survey your
bably be greater than if the Installa-
These soil surveys are intended for tion was done right the first time. For
several different uses. They can helpa more information, visit the BradfordSoil :: :
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builder
buyer or determinethe and Water Conservation District Building
soil related hazards limitationsthat
or Office or call 964-6280,ext. 289.The office
affect homesites. Is in the Bradford County Ag- .
"The landowner should get the soils center. :
Information before he plans a Like all programs and services' of : Supply :
project,".Faulkner said. It is a lot the U.S. Department of Agriculture, .
,
easier and less expensive to do it right SCS services are available to ....
the first time. everyone without charge regardless 'Offer Gtyid Thru August x1983 J \, ."
One such example is a septic tank \
1 of race, creed, color sex, or national
filter field. If the soil has a wetness .
origin.1r.L _. \ ,
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By Leila Mundy 1 cup mayonalse This recipe Is by, my sister, Mrs..Guy Add pecans and refrigerate until Drain the fruit and save all the. 1/4 cup sugar 'j,I ,
It.. summer time and salads are in 1 Up' *,'curry; .. 1Sao favorite...'Ibi4.JstAaa..oLlhe4amtlya. I _...readytouta., .-..*. ?. .. .juice. (Set aside 1/4 cup for dressing.) 1/4 1/4 cup cup juice lemon from Juice fruit
congealed salads.
demand. I would like to share these .
salad recipes with Combine miyonaise. and Makes four servings, Use 2 cups of the juice bring it to a 1/2.cup, whipped, cream
you. seasonings; addtod'daenandothel".IJIIP"4IC : "' 'iaclrsgel'rabQbel, r"j" Pr h1atM1 cherry 1 boil. and dissolve the Jello in it.
the
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Curried Chicken Salad. Mix ind Chill '. cdia n,.' ', '"' Add whipped cream ins double boiler for 5minutes
well : cups Cocoa ; Apricot-Orange Congealed Salad 1 cup of cold water and chill until ,
thickened.
13-pound chicken;cooked and diced. You can use this naiad in tomato, I cup chopped. pecans *'<'" ;'' thickened. or until ;,
shells. i > 'riiv/u" :/ > OVX'HH'' t cans peeled crushed apricots and
A hen
Is tastier. Heat one Of the' 'C 1 crushed Add the remaining Ingredients and Fold In the whipped cream
1/2 diced celerY hearts cUB Cbfcoa, d1a to large can pineapple on top of the
dressing
cup ;T chill spread the
scup pineapple chunks Makes six servings. .boiling and" add'Jello.-I.,-.. '"...'r"> 2 packages orange Jello until firm. Jello. '
2 taps grated onion 1/2 cup slivered almonds (or pecans) ,
1/2 cup seedless grapes, halved Stir welt and add tit* o'uie cup of 1 cup small marshmallows1'cup 2 beaten Dressing "1 Serves 10 to 12. _
A dash of pepper and salt Cocoa Cola Congealed Salad Cocoa Cola. ". water eggs


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HyacinthsA SI s a low price

technique that could rid the
state's waterways of the troublesomewater

the University hyachinth has of Florida been developedby scientists F'Y'' '' A .
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and could be marketed as early as I stereo
next year. f Sr,
Dr. Raghavan Charudattan, a plant ,I
pathologist at UF's Institute of Flood 4 aA.ik1 V _
and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) -
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says the new method of biological S _'
control is environmentally safe and x R .a ; -::::-

relatively tests inexpensive.over 90 percent In smallscalefield of the v ti9t+
hyacinths were killed within a seven ,, ,

month period. ___ : :
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Water hyacinths which choke thestate's '
waterways are consideredone :T'- "
of the most economically- .
damaging weeds. Over the years the 5eu X
state has made many efforts to get rid
of them using machines and herbicides "
with mixed success.
The new control method is a double- l
barreled assault on the plant's '
defenses. The hyacinths are attackedby V\/U G<
small Insects and infected with a '. urn @ 1.1
leaf disease. ,
The disease Is caused by a fungus
called Cercospora Rodmanil, which
was discovered about ten years ago In
the Rodman Reservoir near Palatka.
Cercospora spreads rapidly causing
severe decline In plant growth. The

mites Insects weevils, specially and impored moths. They include bore : < m. ;f <' i: +i >e,, Se TM stereo receiver with featherweight -
holes in the plant leaf making possi- / r Compact adjustable headphones. Hoi a bH
ble swift lethal infection by the Cer '.. clipondtiiould.r"ra"Iatak.I1ftUIIc
cospora fungus.: ."I' I 2 wherever you go. Features Individual va-
"The Cercospora pathogen is very 88' ." 3 00 14 .; 96 turn control, LcD Indicator for stereo FM
Your choice! ..
specific says Charudattan. "We ." .: FOR ,o.nd"uil'-inant."nowi'h phase locked loop
for t hotter (Extra orfcr
have tested it against 85 other plant Stock up .Nachos Natural j Tortilla SCott" Baby Fresh WIpes Tender loving clean! J. 'circuitry phone foek for:2nd HI.separation....... tool Operates!:
species and as far as we can tell it at- Granda' Com one 9 volt battery,not included. (2074 S
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Chips Papa Chips or .Nacho'; Gets baby cje.an; on help:guard against di-
tacks only the water hyacinth. Cheese Tortilla 16 .' Jumbo has SO
Charudattan adds that although Chips. oz. ea. aperfash. !: pack wipes. .
neither the Cercospora disease nor
the insects foucld kill off a whole pondof '
water hyachlnths by themselves, "

the two together are a deadly com- -- .. .., ware

,bination.The Cercospora Rodmanil Is being PVC .1. ." Peters Professional -- J:. ".. Ai j r Spectracide 5 lb. Bag
experimentally manufactured by: Abbott ,. Ir
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Laboratories powder form and "" : hrLounj.Chair '
can be spread by direct spraying of Chaise ; SOll bleonrFire: 'A 1t }

the water hyacinths. It is now .
undergoing large-scale tests and j' 10'.. I r ,
could be registered by the EPA for -
use by 1984 or 1985. Plant; Food '\ Killer'I

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A new south entrance station and !)'
facilities designed to benefit both Ladies r J For Dish!!;,* : 12 oz. Bag
visitors and river resources are now r A

open These State to the new Park public near facilities at Ichetucknee Fort White.Include Springs LoveBriefs' P t$ Ivory LiquidDetergent ''.' PoIyFHPolyester .t

bathhouses, I
picnic shelters,a parkingarea '' i "
and a park-operated tram service '5 Fiber
to transport tubers from the new !'W
parking area to the midway put-in : ,.? *1.76 I
point and back to the parking area ittf ..' eg., "nI'': Reg. ,' : i
sizes 4-7 +I. : .1:.6T 7. !
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from the final take-out point at US27. Reg ; ;
A $1 entrance fee at the south gate includes -. "$
the shuttle service. : 1. 3 6'
Since the shuttle does not run to the 2/.3 ;1.rj,2 7\ .,
north end of the park, visitors using 4I ,
the north gate must provide their own Jac.q'
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transportation to and from the put-in t ) 'J M
and take-out points or they may takea +1' ... "
privately-owned and operated tram
to their destination. '
"The south entrance Is more conve- r

nient for victors and the lower end of .- w, .' .
the run is wider and We feel
deeper. it
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will provide recreation with less 16 oz. Ladies r. Junior Kleenex Huggies'
damage to the stream itself. explains -

Management Pete Hartsfield for the Department, chief of Park of PlasticSolo \e, Walk-o Walk-on DIs sable '

Natural Resources, Division of ik. p
Recreation and Parks. >
The Ichetucknee River's clear Cups'i"if '
sparkling waters have long been ShirtiS:; skeet.Diapers. ",
famous for tubing and people in this

area have enjoyed the river for years. "' .ft } Reduced fotClHFIRCa', .<" .' Reg. !3:23: : :

are Swimming Because also enjoyed.these snorkeling activities and canoeing can and. .1 6' ",,7,' .,..,'."\ $ '' ", $9.00Bradfflrd J
$2
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have caused damage to the river's to..O
sensitive aquatic plant vegetation .1 I ; '.
the park restricts the number of .. ; j .' 'r .; \
tubers using the run to 3,000 per day. ".. iII"i, ',' '..f.4fiI ',,
1,500 visitors are now admitted to .'-..: '- cr' f. \ ..w c
each end of the
run,cutting in half the
number previously utilizing only the .. .. .
north end resources.
In addition, tubers now have the option l
of three put-In points) along the We'te' W rk 'Tii Sig:ve- .: P
river.Those putting in at the ortfi end : e .
have the option of tubing the full

three-mile at the midway length of entrance.the run or stopping ," :. !l fd J;.. .. ., You. Mo.re..l'. :
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Those using the new entrance can ,. '.4" '
'take the shuttle to the midpoint and "
float one and a half miles down riverto !5h9ppin'Center m. Centers' : "
Sqwre ,
U.S. 301 South
the final takeout point or they can *' L'S .. .
f '>- '" -v
put-in at the south area and drift three
quarters of a mile to the take out Most odvorthwd rexJucod from A4nd their ..,ftC AYiir.i5t. ) : H you .not(tI o wf i,
point.Ichetucknee. boupht''It.W.'IOche.rfully.thrmi **' d e1t e. r::'iy. pur 1: > ; ''" upon your.irrtrffjtftfianii:_ : v' _ar' ."..Ql. .y ij: v.h.*ol*.*' ;' i.,

Springs State Park Is -r "'. rr We're poppy Ho occ.p/ yow personal'dads NMost rcard.Ysa or cattsh:tilts tsreuf,...tie i he ..... / !!!.... f1'U&Y.. .;
located four miles northwest of Fort : J, ,.-,ws.',,' ... nr
White with access to the new en- i.
trance station off yS-27,
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Obituaries ... .' ". V .., I, .I \I'

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Robert ..,';*;,.' ,\:; : I :' I I
Robert Wesley Cole Jessie Mae Cole of Keystone Heights: a.m. Wednesday,July 27 at graveside grader and was activeln'the Future officiating. Burial was In Crosby Lake Survivors include his wife, Cora I''i ';
I
Lake Wesley Cole 71.( of Spring one daughter, Carol Cole of Mars, at Gadara Baptist Church with Rev. Farmers of America club and was a Cemetery with Archie Tanner Rivers; three sons, Russell, '
near Keystone Heights, died Pa.; two sons, Robert and Harry Leamon Ward officiating.. Jones member of the First Baptist Church Funeral Home of Starke in charge of and Gary Rivers; one daughter, Lore '
Saturday. July 23, at Shands Cole, Mars Pa.; three stepdaughters, Funeral Home of Keystone Heights of Starke. arrangements. Ann Harris; three sisters, Chloe a
after Teaching short Hospital In Gainesville Beverly Mathis, Elgin, III., Unda was in charge of arrangements. Survivors Include his parents, Mr. Rivers, Mary Helen Oglesby and 'el I
a illness. Shod New Brighton,Pa.,and Cheryl and Mrs. Ray Crews of Starke; one Wallace Rivers Dorothy Chambers; four brothers,
Born in Brighton, Pa., Mr.Cole had Keystone Heights; two step- Kelly Ray Crews sister Miss' Cricket Crew, also of Wallace Rivers, 45, of Middleburg, Paul, Johnny,, Armond and Roger
moved to Keystone Heights three sons, Roy Lee Shodd Freedom, Pa. Kelly Ray Crews 15,of Starke,died Starke; and his maternal grand- died in Orange Park Friday July 22, Rivers. '
years ago; was a former trucking and Douglas M. Shodd. Beaver Falls, Saturday evening, July 23, at the mother .Gladys Norman of Scottsdale of a heart attack.
company owner; a retired truck Pa.; one brother Gerald ,Cole, Bradford Hospital following an electrical Bann.Funeral Raised In Bradford .County, Mr. Funeral services were held Tues-
driver for the state of Pennsylvaniaand Freedom, Pa.; one sister, Elizabeth shock at home. services were held Rivers lived in Middleburg; was a day, July 26, in Rivermead Funeral
a member of the Methodist Renner, Beaver Falls, Pa.; 11 grand- Born and raised In and around Wednesday morning. July 27 member of the Church of God Mid- Home in Orango Park, with Rev.
with
: Church.' children and one great grandchild. Bradford County, Kelly ;'attended a.m. at the First Baptist Church .dleburg, and was empltJVwt<< at,Clay Douglas officiating. Burial was In
; ) Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Funeral services were held at, 10' Bradford High School as an 11th" Rev. Ben Bryant and Rev. Gene Bass Electric Cooperative. Holly, Hills Cemetery.
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!' .I I ",, '.:' ::-. :...- ,, ; ,......: .. ." ';,';,;. ": ;.c _. : '. .. '. ,. MemorialIn
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No Ralnchecks ; Offer Good thru July 31.1983 Loving MemoryOf
My Huibmd
I''t 1( 1J .. Yre *.!!. .Solana
'. t. CMMd Ally, 2O. l.7a
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1
"
Seem" these five years have bean
; an eternity
since you're no longer with us,
brand! dfing ,. We still/ miss you so much. .

Ii One day there will/ be no more goodbyes .
"I loneliness and tears
We will/ be together again after
!
i all these years.Cherished .
,' ,
prices memorial I'll carry ,In
+ 1 P i ;YOur my heart forever
& .....Ii..I Until then Dear One, rest In
peace for the years. \'J" had I will/
always treasure.
Genevieve) Solano and
daughtw, Sandra Bowen
and family
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[ I II entire, 'stock! 'k Ag Production

I. 4, ,+" .j
dr 1'r of Carpet Remnants Yields BillionsFlorida


f" are now. food and agricultural production
: :,,1' and processing generatedover
$15 billion in sales activity last
I'' year with citrus accounting for $6.5
25oH billion of that total. >
Another $18 billion was generatedfrom
'L ,r hp wholesale and retail distributionof
i i r ?yr t ,tt i T% A large laUction of t.v.ral stylsN" food, including restaurant sales.
/ colors and titi with taped or s.rg.dr
Yet despite these impressive
1 t f / 4h, '' *welcome dg, ... They'matt and perfect more.at And Katter now rugs, figures, the state's food and
you
r {: agricultural industry faces uncertain
/ save 25% more oK our already low
e, : '- prices) Come In now for your best economic times that probably won't
:' choice. brighten until later in the decade.
.
it HMMl ....*.ml This is part of the assessment of one
t of the state's largest Industries which
1.00Barren was presented March 1-2 at the
yeY t. Florida Agriculture in the '80s Con-
)0't ference being held by the UF's Institute -
*. Select from 1.pieta"arl 2 piece + of Food and Agricultural
I' ..haircombs bondeaus or heart-shaped Fash- .". .. ".. .. Sciences (1FAS).
iontrend barrettes. Assorted colors. 1 4 The conference is designed to
report the findings of a long-range
'''' planning effort conducted by IFAS
t. ,, "... ... a ,and ,the ,agricultural industry '
,i t.:.;j ..<0.11 i.p .". -...-J .K.r. 't:! tat ., 'A i ou&hout."oI98a. ,The. study,,called J\
t\ '* '';' 't r' ; / ., "/orI Agriculture In the'80s, delves
\ "' r W ; : t.O!&y ACDC"'v
,58"60"'wkle10B; : )% : \ ,: ; into a broad range of issues facing the ,

: 9" Black & also food and includes agricultural,alternate industry production and
KnitFABRIC ARC,:
I; Double .. strategies commercially for 52 commodities in the state.produced -

"In the 80s agriculture Is facing a
WELDER .g.: White T.V. time of great uncertainty. Farmers
; face record debt loads brought on by

t, Reg. 1.97 yard' Complete with .Accessories, 7 :, Model, E-4787 Reg. 189.94$1.57y. high costs interest and rates low prices, increased and a production world--

wide recession," said Dr. K.R.Tefer-
; tiller Vice President for. Agricultural
$79.94J Affairs.
$165.7t "Such conditions call for an
yarn( analysis of the current situation and
w.. : In-depth planning' to meet the
,
.,. .. .. "' ..... challenges ahead, he said. ."The
.
:
J I, ,, i results from this long-range study
!. will be used to develop research and
': !" ,education programs to better serve
: : Florida's food and agricultural industry -
Professional: : J': Unisonic ElectronicPush i ij ."'
Spectracide The conference convened at 1:30:
f i Webcor -"odel.I 585 :
f ,i Zip ,p.m.. March 1, with an address byV.S.
i Button Congressman Buddy MacKay
Pest
j: Home ;I .. CordlessTelephone I .Y banquet V,S. Senator speaker Paula March Hawkins 1. The was con the T;

ference adjourned noon March 2. It
I Control-? Telephone was held in the J. Wayne Reitz Unionon
;. I ;. the UF main campus.
t "': with mute. last number redial Reports given included such topicsas
,
Residual Power robotics for
# KIHing in farming computers
: _, 3.59 Dual Range Basic :* Reg. '89.96 \. Model TP-6005. .Reg.."' 21.9fi.,t. ,on-farm use, post-harvest handling
16'
Formula oz. Reg. ",
and processing,,and land and water

: $ )\. $ 6996 '. ;. use.Other. reports included. marketing,
t 299 ,ii" { 17a95'otaIuto ,credit, consumer interest and world

I .. .. policy and markets.
'
;i > : "This is the most comprehensivestudy

t :" : -j j Through ever this interaction undertaken of by scientists IFAS.

'and agricultural leadership. we now
'I ) I .. ,'i. ." ..' have the most complete picture of our
.io!.'" .suite's agriculture. This assessment

'Kraco,, .' !.. :'., ib.I' JWi .\. ; will hopefully and serve marketing state agencies, associations -,
; Charcoal
': $: < : .. f By Bee ': ;. 'f !i! ri Weber r: .! ; producers in devising strategies to deal

:1'". ( with the challenges and opportunities

?v. : j,"" ':' Car Ssrv d j Barbeque; r of the '80s," said Tefertiller

f >.> IA; :
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J, Sound .System ,,. ,:.The!, Road' footer .Designed*,'" y' .Kettle \Grill. f.' Water and Acid

Power Beester -;AM/FWrstereo Cassette lot Your TravsUng Comfort s i !t '69.97 .: ;
Reg. ,
*;; ExtinguishersOutlawed
5" Coaxial Speakers -
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: $ "' $' .\.
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f.I ,. I ,. ...., ... .. .... Mate t Fire Marshal Bill Gunter an-

'A -...... ."'" nounced recently that after July 1,
.' .. .. f ti ." 1983 it will be illegal for licensed fire
.. ;equipment dealers In Florida to in
i f ", *' \- ', ':16 spcct tent or recharge the Inverting.
,water type portable fire extinguisher,
I '
; .. cr'r ,commonly Known aa the "coda .and
I 'f'lJ/I.t.: '... acid" extinguisher.HeTexplained .
To lJe
,,,(] =re' ii Qr"'JrqJ.r t.' .' o that this type of ex- }
I tlnguliher Is no longer' being
/ You More 1 iJQ' 13 manufactured in the United States
1 ,Harder.; ,"I .. .' ," ,' ; { because It. presented a' risk to consumers \
'j; "' '' .. 1 1.i. .
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f 911li.y; : CIII i :U.S:301.5'fleth : "Sulfurlc used acid in .the one extinguisher of the compounds -, I

:Bradfbnl i I f deteriorates the cylinder, causing It I
.i. A to rupture and explode when used" I I
.. Gunter said
s F Most *heri+s oil uud'o our everyday low pr3cs.Hurd uperri t '' urohaN''TG&Y milers hron!'.. -satisfed,.,n.N you ore'not' happy. ,,wi9h"' ,2'.Dyf'At.mnY'\ ,, 1r. Gunter added that the Under* I I
''i' >
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'A ? ;: : w- :-**
..., R youbo W.wiilctieerfullyexcharrgeitorefilyr.fundyourmone : : writers' Laboratory Inc., which t f.
F '\0,:', "'''":''YT: ,.tlopprfo,ecospt r pereonof!,cheack,MasterCard,"iRsir orFeask.' Ili.tsrais'. Mr fie. S tltsd gals sliw terl' Y. screens and professionally certifies f
\ products for use, discontinued its
,. .. .( : listing of the extinguisher in 1989. I
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LWCI Volunteer Fire Department...

(L-B Soon-to-be Assistant Engineer Moses Wright and Engineer Jack
Howell l'" by the Lawtey Correctional Volunteer Fire Department's truck.
These two art.M other volunteer make up the fire fighting force that Is the only
department_all 14 hours a d.yln Bradford County besides the Starke Fire

,,.,, ,v ,. ......n ..,.w nJr .rdr' 'Y ILI Y 3 Department.The .
A three volunteered to risk their lives to protect others They enjoy a few
tangible rewards for taking. those risks,such a.separate sleeping quarter and
bath. nlr-condlUwiInt;and their own kitchen.
The greatest rewards, are the thanks they receive from the people of Brad-

t Sa ford County says their supervisor,J.D. York.Volkswagor .
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10.15LT '67.88 '4.30
$3750
'4.51
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Includes plugs, points, 12-15 LT '...88 '5.3S

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valve cover gasket.
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of a: Tradition for LAKE BUTLER


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Helping the Community FARM CENTER, INC.

4963921Hwy. 121 S., Lake Butler
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Lawtey Correctional Institute engineer and driver for the depart- Open Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30 Saturday 7:30-12 Noon ,.,*. 'j'
(LWCI) has a record of helping people ment. Ralph Hazen Faulkner _
in many ways, whether it's working "Having three firefighters proves
"
for the community in various jobs very effective," said York, "each Check with us, for your garden seed '
through Lawtey Unlimited, tending firefighter will have one assignment and lawn & garden products
the plants and landscaping on public to complete."
grounds in Lawtey or saving lives "The three positions are; an Ask About Quantity Prices -
and property through the work of the engineer, who has the responsibility
Lawtey. Correctional Volunteer Fire to operate the pump and issue the Coma See Us For You I)" Heavy Gauge (12V4) ,E
Department. equipment off the truck, an assistant ire --
The volunteer fire department at engineer, who is the radio operatorand FENCING'NEEDS $; o
LWCI the only 24-hour manned sta- who makes the initial attack on c .
tion In the county other than the the fire with the lineman, and the i 1047" Heavy Gauge! 24. ml :;:: = I. .. .-- c_____ 4 ""'- -. :
Starke, Fire Department and is a lineman,who fights the fire,"he said. $6225 -
attach response unit. Mathis said, "These are the only Field Fence. Q. . . .,.;.ra '
q rd D. York, Who la in charge-of the men who sleep outside of the.com. \ "'" "- '
ftWCI fire department said "We used pound. We select them for a variety of BaGrabuecdheW. ) 7 ti We '''II..0. I1lJfJ. ,
to limit our fire responsibility to a 10 characteristics, the biggest being Ire . .,. .... -523 Spread Fertilizer, ex "
mile radius around the institution,but responsibility. They are required to
now we have expanded that radius to train and take tests and they are 5" Gaucho _1L Dolomite' Call Us!

complete coverage of Bradford Coun- grad the tnsthathbasis. If they can't" Barbed Wire/ . . . roll $2100 _' .
ty. We assist other volunteer fire back inside.
I departments and respond to anything The LWCI fire department answersan
: that is within a reasonable distance average of 10 or 12 calls per month. "Red, Top" Cattle Panels 25 year guarantee CCA treated fence posts
from the institution." Calls vary from small brush fires to 6Yz fL x 2"-2%* '1.30each
The LWCI fire department is depen- auto accidents and house fires. "The 52"x16'$17.95ea."Red '
dent on other fire departments, since state recently purchased extrication 6% ft. x 2W'.3"1,50 each -
their water supply is limited. "We can equipment for us for getting victimsout "
W.
pump our maximum capacity of 250 of cars in automobile crashes. It Is Top" Hog Panels 6V4 ft. x 3"-3% '1.70 each Notes
gallons in 57 seconds" said York. a rescue saw called a Whacker Have
Rescue Kit. It's a power saw that can 34"x16' $15 9 5'ea4! ,6V4 ft. x 3'k".4"1.90 each
The department has a floating cut metal and other things to get vic- 6% ft.'x 4"-5" '2.10: each
pump which they can throw In a pond tims out of cars and ventilate struc- Water Tanks WranglerJEANS
and pump about 95 gallons of water tures that are on fire," said York. FF-
per minute, but if no water source is The department doesn't have a Heavy ,Duty.(Bull) .Gates, Heavy* Duty bwubitaraCtMmtoH :
available the department depends on Hurst "Jaws of Life"rescue tool, but 41r'.5 ,
other fire departments for extra York says he hopes they will get one. 4 ft. '25" ea. li8riIa*...". ,;.
water. The inmates live in a fire station ft. .u Panel Gates .
Superintendent James T. Wain- and are on-call 24 hours a day. Theyare 6 .30" ea. Bard ,.. I
wright said, "The fire protection of paged through the Bradford Coun- i.L.4 ft. '15.95ea.10ff.- ea.""* ** Cev"
the institution is their first priority. ty Sherrif's Department. Most In- 8 ft. 32" ea. 1495Boot
These men are responsible for maintaining mates at LWCI have Jobs which end 10ft.- '35"ea. 6ft.-19.50ea.l2ft.-32.25. ,,!a._ pair
a high degree of fire safety out at 5 p.m. each but the : 8"W .
here." firefighters have to be ready to workat 12 ft. '377! ea. 0...ft..- 26.25ea.14ft.:35.0.: ...:$|= Cut &
Assistant Superintendent Ham any time. k
..- ea.wotv.ttn. seats
Mathis credits Wainwright with the What would makes these men wantto ::1..ft..l..ea. rif t'/, .
success of the fire department. put their lives on the line day or PIPE rApple 16 ft 1/2" 11' ft. 3/4" 13* ft ,
16 ft. 44 PVC ,
Mathis said "If it wasn t for Mr. night? "If I had to table any one fac- ea 'StraJ9htLe
Wainwright none of this would be tor that makes it all worthwhile, it ,. ;" .All i
possible. He is probably more In- would be the thanks we receive from cee 4 TypesShrubbery
terested in community services than the people of Bradford County," said '
Corral
other Panels
superintendents. York .
The LWCI fire department consistsof "I'm glad to be a part of this," said '
four inmates, all who have had fire Moses Wright, who will soon be the 29 gauge! SV-crimp metal roofing;
fighting training, and trained LWCI department's assistant engineer"As and r Gates $2 25
officers who ride with the inmates to long as I'm on the department do ea. 6ft.-$3.90 sheet lift.-$7.10 sheet :
the fires. There are presently only the best I can to maintain this servicewe -$4.50sheet 12 ft.-$7.75 sheet I
three inmates working on the department give. I enjoy working with these aft.-$5.15 sheet ft.-$9.oo sheet
fourth will be Pear' Trees
a chosen to
them. soon. join people.The men also receive some more Treesea. 9ft.-$5.80 sheet 16ft.=$10.30 sheet i
"We have had the 40-hour rewards. 10ft. $8.45 sheet
fire tangible They have separate
I science class given by the Florida living quarters, their own kitchen and $ 6 5 0 $ 6 70 14"xlO ft.'Ridge CaP-$5.50 sheet
Fire College and Mr. York trains us bath, a television and air condition ea. ea..
weekly:," said Jack Howell, the Ing. TBZ Paste Wormer for Cattle


I i-i' Steer Fatner'\ .. Horse_ Sweet Feed \\ .1225tube.

:Wildlife Alert Program Leads S 7 OR i *" $ ,Spottan Insecticide for i Cattle

I : I f 3F U iod ill! IN U.Qtoobilaa, '$'1640

,I 'to the Arrest; of Three ''N 13%% Protein'" pint. bottle,


-5 .. ... We Loan Hugger No Charge
I:
"Without Wildlife Alert and
the In-
'R citizens;;' Wildlife can Alert receive, a program rewards whereby for terest of area residents,these arrests 10Y.SevlnDusl., . .a.9a:1gt5, 7"Bagged Fertilizers' 155-.0.4'" We Now HaveS

reporting wildlife law violations, has might noL ....VII La...w...u, ..ituuuuusaid ;, a
flurale
i dividuals charged with Illegally kill- Upon rendering a guilty plea Mark viH0
ing deer from the Lake City Hampton Godby age 20,of 2534 White 2-4-D,Weed_ Killer . 1"' ''' ,11 ?-| -3200tM$13600ta. Potash Turf
Kindergarten Center. Oak Lane, Titiuville, was sentenced 6.85100tolMfl; 7.00 3.95 tray af,,32 plugs .
County Judge Vernon Dolomite .. . .Z$140e 1001t h 8 $21508 .
The Investigation started'on the Douglas ..,... '.-' a i- Argantbw
'night of January 25 when two deer to 75 days In jail,$600 in fines 4 : t 6-8-840. : ,Afflfflenlwn 'fiiooioo'ftkM
were discovered dead at the local and license.three years suspension hunting -,2"% Liquid hkrrdane srr. .*36.s.w;+, 'Organic Nitrate: |CockeSl; Feeds rSSwcSi'a! $$ Seeds %,. .. .'.-. oc'
.
school. Evidence at the scene Indicated 1 Ii .
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that three persons were Judge Douglas sentenced David< .... .. .. .. .... ...... ...t...... 31" tell: $13508 .$17.! s. P ntow r S+eeda e
possibly involved, a small caliber'firearm Mark Hobson, age 19, of 1233 Floral ...... *. tae BaMagrass Seeds .. 61
was used and a compact vehicle Way,Apopka,to 60 days in jail taco in Wolverine! Heavy" 'Duty WORK BOOTS, ...U tau a NIl. : 1 Parakeet Seeds MM ,

,*."Wilh was\ used very for little transportation.evidence, it ap- hunting fines and license.A three. years suspension of Lace-up and pull....'' | 'u. ;5.0 Lb. Bag : Parrot Feeds '.MHtetSeeds... ... ... ...... fc28; ', ". '

and trial date In July has been set for $53.00 1ro1. >- t" '3.95 :
that Florida Game FreshWater *
cftprerf! Thomas Markowskl,of 1163 Bayshorc ; ; Ij."I' 1\ "KVL"" '. n ; *'"" ,,?.000'HeHijiBaterTwine .n.20"Am
I Fish Commission wildlife of- Sflp-on Steel-Toe 'T1; ::3.98' : '.y,. j
at dead-end." said Drive, Englewood, who Is the third ; ..
rivers were a *
1 Wildlife Sergeant Larry.Johnson of suspect Johnson In the urged case.local citizens with ON SALE,$M.M NTWMLE ;. SaTe .'.,:_. .'. >;:,,4.75: 9.000. plalstlc'NalerTwine' .,. ",. ,18"' ,'

I /.,"Then the Commission's a concerned northeast citizen came region.forward Information concerning fishing and SUPTUEf LAST f t 10-10-10 .,.JI.-.J'. ,,',, 4. .H, Zfl-OOa'PtatllcBatefTwiae, i ... ......'1911I
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They led the Dixie Boys 'League, the players of the Front row. Matt Cole, Bob Tyre, Charlie Newsom.
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Exuberant after a great win are: (l-rback. ,row,. (2 over the fence), Mike Robinson, Dan Chapman. FINAL DAYS
Coaches Larry Allan and Chris Allan. I
Second row, Trad Allan Chad Smith, Davl ,,Kneeling, Neil Domnlik. Matt Ausec. Kenny Hester
Davldsonwho made 2 IIR',., Billy.Moore. Jr.'(hlt'one Brent! Page, Jeff Ailed, Brett Allen. ;
over the fence),Chad Austin(one home run).Kris Picket I Coaches not pictured are Howard and Julie! Davidson.Slgnwe. 9.90/0

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season, don't rule out such superior ; Fully Loaded, Air & Cruise in transit
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natives 'as oaks, dogwoods and
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southern magnolias Just because they 18,000,

have a reputation as slow growers.' $1 0 (0 ..Thermostat Control I

You can spur these trees into fast Off( t'; .. Slideout Chassis forACOUSTICALLY
growth '?providing favorable growing EASY Service
conditions, the Division of ; l 0 '
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fact, they can be made to match FOR
the growth' those touted as fast QUjH
growing, but, which also may Include BESt, E I ON SALE Priced
trees that are weak, shortlived and S
bring with them a full measure of SElECtt4.. ;
maintainence problems. $1500
This brief discussion of trees will Minimum Trade
identify some of the things to do that TOO DARN HOT!
will make slow-growing trees quicken -
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to strong enough to assure full produc- q I
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means full sun for many,though some AiNi2o-4; 9 Ji ," A"'-'_ AHf-310-4
kinds do with less. / '
Next, soil conditions ,.must be,-, ,12,000 BTU5.ooo.bTU: 21,000 BTU
suitable: This mean the drainage HIGH EFFICIENCY! EASY INSTAlLATION HIGH EFFICIENCY
must be adequate for the type tree 8.3 EEIt 115 VO1.T 3.6 EER 1 1S VOlT 7.5 EER 230 VOLTxL,498' :2 Mustang convertibles!
you want to grow that aeration must b $1'88$648\
be allowed, and that the structure of
the soil is such that it can bold plant ,
food for the roots to take up. ? 1 ST convertibleS
.:The supply of nutrients ,must be Instant., Credit 'Free Delivery
and this applies not only 10
adequate to quallflitd buyer. In matt casesc1AT
the three'basics of fertilizers .
nitrogen, phosphate and potash but 190000I11'nll11"111
also to about a dozen minor nutri- : trade allowance
tional elements needed In very:small ,
quantities.A soil test and a pH test for I !
acid/alkaline. Jevels .will,,.help ,you :
determine these matters. .
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keep the temperatures 'doWn, Ryw1 5/VOIE 7.5AMPali!' VOlr, 115. VOlT '
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NOTICE FOB RENT FOR RENT FOR SALE LAND PERSONAL PERSONAL! r ,

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI COMPLETELY UNFURNISHED BOB WHITB QUAILS .2!. I 'r ,I
should be submitted to the HOME P"'K. Mobile small 9 BR home In weeks old and up CHAIN LINK FENCEl 'Installed BILL'S SAW SHOPS 'Complete
I ACRE LOT SR-227 facing
Bradford County Telegraph homes and spaces for rent country Remodeled 7823942. 7/14 I tfn on Free estimates Handy. sharpening service,
office In writing and paid In Recreational vehicles throughout. Call 964-8602. BRAHMAN BULLJ>yrs. Brooke Rd. Selling Man Fence Co., owner. circular hand, carbide,.
advance unless credit li welcome Phone 4682912. llpd 7/28 c.lI.nth Iling t ki price, $18,000 $1OOO Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. chain, mower blade hollow REALTT
already established with 9/lorhi pr.v $600. down, $225 per month at 6/09.12/30 ground and balanced Rt
this office MOBILI HOME KM RENT ONI 1 M APARTMENT Also SroTDred Angus 15% Interest Ph. 964-5606. EXPERIENCED PAINTER Leave el Jackson Building''

THI TELEGRAPH STAFF One mile from Starke city Furnished lights and hot cross cowl, $300 up. 2/24 tfn Neat work, 'Interior or exterior Supply In Stark, Keystone
CANNOT RMILD limits Clean Hwy. 16 W. water Included $160 plus 964-5922 7/14 3tchg 7/28 ACRE LOTS facing Pleasant Free estimates. Height or Lake' Butler
RESPONSIBLE FOR Call 468-1323 10/07 Hn 964-8071.$50 security Itchg 7/28 No pets. OLIVER DIESEL TRACTOR Grove Road. 4000. Term ,Reasonable rotes with good A PHONE:, 964-7776 JmSSSm

MISTAKES IN KITCHENimCIINCTRooms $1,000 Fair condition Can available, $40O down, $58a references. Call 964-5177', GLASS CUT TO OBDM)'
Unfurnished
CLASSIFIEDS WHIN ADS for rent at low a BR HOUSE mth. First and last be seen three driveways' month Call'' 964-5606. 7/07 HnTRACTOR Door, windows, etc! 205 N. Temple, starlrt.
TAKIN own THI weekly rates Call Temple $183 behind Textile Town on 7/28 4tchg 8/18 MOWING 112.00 JACKSON BUilDING SUPPLY -
month plus deposit
TELEPHONE. Motel 964-7357. 9/16 rent 782.3655. right' 7/28 2tchg 8/04 4-ONE ACRE LOTion For- per hour. Call 964-7 187. 964-6078 Order also
Classified deadline It TUESDAY EOW/tfn 7/28 964-6614 or Itchg MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 8' sylhe .Rd. Starke. Zoned 7/28 2lchg 804DIIAINPlILD taken In Lake Butler. '* SPECIAL* *,

NOON prior lo Thursday CLEAN MOBILI HOME for NIC ROOMS FOR RENTl pin. benches ((6)), $50 each; mobile ,homes. $3,000 BOCKI Bldg. 496-3079, and Keystone MOST HOME-UAST MONIY
publication. rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close 2 pine chairs '..01.cov.red sands, llmerock top soil Heights, 4734973. 2/26 tfn '
each, $300 down
Minimum charge U 15 to prison. Call 468-1323. low weekly rates, wall to In red velvet, $50 opprox.Call Large or small loads. Ph. FAMILY H"'RDUlONIU .Mucecl.WI' going back to
words for $273. then 10 10/07 HnTHME wall carpeting air and TV. ,ea.; 1 red velvet drape ((8'), $52 per mo, for 7 yrs.8/18 782.3172BRADFORD coll.g.. 8.000 cash AoMum
cents for each word 1 ** APARTMENT! Call 964-9992 ask for Ann. $30; 2 hairdryers, $5 & $10; 964-5606. 7/28 4tchg LIMIROCK1 '..LlI. Ifn 144 W. Cell St. Mo.
tfn 7/17 40.293 mtg.
thereafter. $125 mo. 9648404.. Itchg Samsonile luggage ((3 DCS.), 7/14 .*...no.Opoft >
7/28 $40; two light fixtures, one HELP FILL DIRT BAND A pmt. $465 Inc.. TOMS 4V Insur,

YARD SALE ATTNI Correctional BOATS green and one white LIMIBOCK. 4681455. T.W.T. F e Ill atOSet 2 yr.. old. Charming brick 3
0ffI_On* bedroom efficiency (perfect for teenagers WANTED Hampton 7/21 21pd 7/28 ..* AM ill 3 PMAppolntwwnte R 2 BA, Ig. fam. rm
style BOQ-type room), $15 ea.; headboard, NOTICE Terry Camp: Contents -
SATURDAY JULY SOl Next quarters available Furnished '.'/ FT. OLASTRONi 100 $5; one vinyl recllner REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE ,of forage' unit Not Alwey Heiesserv w/flr.plac.. Beautiful.. kit-

door to Handy Way store In All utilities Included, hp Evinrude motor. Gator (black), $13; stereo with Scholarships availablefor located at Mini of America l/7tfn chen. Country Club Ectate.
Hampton large dresser Cable TV, HBO available lilt trailer Almost record player, radio and unlicensed persons ERA Keystone Heights, will be BRADFORD SEPTIC SIB.VrCIt .

$20; good refrigerator (20; From $100 per month. Will showroom condition. two speakers, $25; one Faulkner Really 9645065. sold at auction Aug. 8, Residential pump- .
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$3,40O 964-8503. 7/14 Call 10/28 IfnPIOCIIS 1983 Further SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM A.. 34ec.
lawn mower, $15 many consider bl-w..kly. pulpit, $10. 9648602. Information. outs, $55 we also re-lay
other Items Itpd 7/28 964- 577. llpd 7/28 4tchg 8/04 Itpd 7/28 MAIL AT HOMII Darby Bloodgood Rt. 3, drain lines. 964-8121,11/18 with :1 home* A 4 chicken housee.

FOUR FAMILIES Saturday 2.0'UtwlNYS., 14 FT. FIIWIHCWDATt 18 12.60 MOBILE HOME On $75.00 per hundred. No experience Box 1621 Keystone tfn Owner fin.eMAONOUA. '
and Sunday. 9530. 1803 1-2 BR apartment 3 miles hp trailer.f 5.92 acres. $18,000 Terms Part-or full time 'Heights' ((904))' 4733193. WANT TO DRINK HOTEU In proce e* _
Raiford Road Lots of north on 301. Underwood 22. 7114 Owner financed. 468-2934 Start Immediately Details- 7/21 2tchg 7/28 THAT'S YOU BUSINESS pol.., |.b. A It..... landmark wish 39 r **Vmaculate
assorted Items Itpd 7/28 Motet 7/21 tfn 3tchg 7/21 4tpd 818LIMOUIINI send selfaddressedstamped NOTICE to Marcia Ayter: WANT TO STOP .U baths ,',1.7.... Pt. ....,-.a--a I? r
.12 STANSBURT STl Across MOBILE HOME 9647065. STEER Born envelope to Contents of storage units THAT'S OURS room
from Southslde Elem. Itchg 7281RADFORO Sept '82. Show quality. C.R.I..2147. P.Q, Box 3149 located at Mini of America Alcoholic Anenymeu THAT SPECIAL HOWSB-An ............ .. ;
School. Saturday 9 AM III VILLAOE APT!1 WANTED 2897603. 7/21 4tpd 8/11 Stuart, f I.33495. 7/074rpd 'Keystone Heights, will be e4-41SO 964.54349K6194 treasure In Bradford. Here I. the fere A>
12 10 cents to $1 books Vacancy soon (applications COMPLETE ENGINE .318 7/28 sold at auction on Aug. 8, extraordinary property. One of that flneetcontemporary
household knick-knacks accepted). 1 BR, carpets, AXLES A TIRES Two axles cubic Inch transmission DENTAL HYGIENIST 1983. Further Information- ALANON erchltect-deslened tieme*";

shoes, toys Itpd 7/28 furnished A/C walled and four tire*. Highest price drlveshafl and rear end. Wanted Full or part time. Darby Bloodgood Rt. 3, FAMILY GROUP In North Florida' 3 ... :2Vt ... Bweeelng'telrceee r
SATURDAY JULY Ml 9 to patio off-street parking paid. Green's Welding, Will sell all or part. Keystone Heights Fl Call Box 1621. Keystone .....2'. rise le second story, taller w.....
i Used furniture, clothes, first and last month's rent Shop 301 South Slarke. FL. 4311877. Itpd 7/28 473-4595 for Interview Helghti.(9041( 473-3193,, dew for beauty' A beet Irauletlesi.flraplece. ..
.1C. V* block off N. Orange plus deeosll. Ph. 964-8601 964-5007.7/07 4tchg 7/28 AKC BEAOLE PUPPIES forsole 7/21 4tchg8/11 7/21 2tchg 7/28 30x32 .The We ode.Country .
SI Follow signs' Itpd 7/28 or leave note on mail box. WORK WANTED Payroll Call 782-3283. Itpd NEED HIGH SCHOOL DilL NOTICE to David Coffmani Marty'sRoofing Club. ....000 a.r.B..t assumeMa _... et
FRIDAY' SATURDAY July 7/28 IfnLOVELY and light bookkeeping or 7/28 to work front 3JO.5:3O:: Contents of storage unit at
29 30. 1615 Raiford Rd., ROOM Private, sitter, for elderly nonsmoker 12 FT. PIBEBOLAS BOAT weekday afternoons at St. Mini of America. Keystone .9%. Selllna price BIV5.OOO. ,
one mile off US 301. bath Call 964-6035 7/28 Janet, 4851042. Electrictrolling motor; large Mark's Pro-School. Heights will be sold at auction SECLUMD SPACIOUS. IMMACULATII BV
Clothes, appliances 9 AM tfn Itpd 7/28 roll top desk; antique wat $3.35/hr. Call 964.8914 III on Aug. 8, 1983. Further All typos Roofingand :a BA, Li., Le. kitchen, family. raem'
til. Itchg 7/28 > IR MOBILE HOME On chmaker's bench; bed noon, Itpd 7/28 'Information-Darby Repair w/fl....MCiE. >. e>"CEiH* 0Mm09t Vf....
Grlffls Loop. First, last plus headboard and frame; NEED MIDDLE AGED Bloodgood Rt. 3, Box 1621, barn, ........ shad tree house. lM2Oa'

MOBILEHOMES deposit. 964-8816. Itpd LOST/FOUND record player, nice cabinet; WOMAN to drive and do Keystone. Heights. ((904) 'Fro Estimates let In rive. Oak near Country Club.
7/28 (needs repair); solid slate' light housekeeping LiveIn. 473-3193.7121 2tchg 7/28 .....37 _III. rats 8P S42.OOO.
TWO COTTAGES on Call LOST REWARD FOR stereo with two speakers. Non-smoker Call ofle 3 NOTICE to Nathan Stewart: Ucctns*>d HABB TO MUEVt BUT TBUIt 3 ... BA,

FOR SALEA Street, one $15O, one $225 RETURNBlack female Days, 964-7083. Nights, PM 496-3516. Itpd 7/28 Contents of storage units at & Insured .brick. LR. OH, K. ...,... pr..000. ..on .............
per month. First and 'last Doberman Missing from 468-1340. Itpd 7/28 WI HAVI ANV EXCELLENT Mini of America Keystone ..., '
month rent Elderly preferred Hellbronn Springs area TENT FOB SALE '10>14. CARRIER opportunity for Heights, will be said at auction '.OUIIT BETBI AT ON 1 Ae..t' 94th St.off St. .
l.'3 J4.S MOBIL 9646491. Itchg 7/28 964-8806. 7/21 2tchg 7/28 Sleeps eight Also has the right person In deliveryand Aug. 8, 1983. FurtherInformationDarby 4751271VACUUM Rd. le-Boerd 4V kaftan construction,*...:aBA

NOME By Skyline. This FURNISHED 1 M TRAILER screened parch Call sales We' offer excellent attractive.kitchen, w/dlnlna.. area;Nice
lovely' home has aluminumlop A/C C/H. $200 month. $1OO RewardLOST 7823156 Itchg 7/28 pay. Employee Bloodgood Rt. 3, Box 1621. fireplace.CHABM. ,
'siding shingle ,roof 964-7047 1 chg 728SM"LL ROLLS OF HAY: Alicia orArgentina. benefits advancement opportunities Keystone Heights. ((904) AND COMFORT of nearly new *
1 E*HOUSE Perfectfor Ladle clutch Call 964-8544. 4733193. 7/21 2tchg 7/28
and located Fertilized good
Is on a very BB. 9 BA stucco In Conerly Estate wtradltlenel -<
one or two people.Shaded type crente coloredbillfold. available Equal Opportunity MECHANIC WORK OP ALL
rain delivery
secluded 4 acre In theKeystone no
Heights' ar.a.AI80 fenced yard. Carport Downtown Farm six, miles North of Employer. Itchg 7/28 KINDS Reasonable ra.... SALENEW fireplace. A eretty fully egeippedkitchen
storage area, stove Sterke.. Antique lapel Stark on Hwy. 16. Close to X-RAY TECHNICIANS II No lob too large or too n
has
a 28x70 workshop and ref rig., some furnitureIf Gold welch enclosed. prison.Call 782-3727 after S AND Illl. ARRT tR.gl..r.d. small Dependable endreliable t & USED LOCATION. LOCATION BEC 2 BA. facing' t
asking 37000. For more needed Rent $250 Reward eftered for Day Shift. On-coll work. Including jolt coursal Custom drape kitchen,
Arthur GasklnK 7/28 ,
info call 964-4414 after 3 month. Security deposit return ef watch-No p.m. 8/18' weekends generau'''F) call 473-2OB2, ask for l llnda, 41chg 1- KIRBYS' ... *.<* *,...> e'"''eenw ...t'' ...
$250 required 631 W. Francis questions ........ ''Cell FEEDEB PIGS for sale.. benefits salprud'upon7training' 43UJ 117 JV28 2tcJij 8/04j .Wf. *? "?! ? ')'c '"
6/30 Ifn chg SI Itchg 7/28 *04-7315.MISCELLANEOUS. '964-6974 1 Itpd 728'R "'"', arid exferlence: 'CHILD CAR IN MY -.? ROYALS. : ...IOOMYHOAIII'N'OUln "It2i,"' '

FOB All OR RENT New 21. APARTMENT! Across tftg Tins FT. HOTPOINT chest type Contact: Dr. R. Allison'. Nor Fenced yard A/C 2 yrs. EUREKAS Plenty of '-. S raw. Workshop), eleetereae
14x70 Mobile home Small from City Hall. Call freeer $273 Call 964-5504. theost Florida Slot ups 964-5610 7/28 2tpd HOOVERS ream In 3-car gar. Mend StartIng -'
equity and take overpayments 964-5294 after 6 p.m. Itchg Itchg 728ELECTRIC Hospital, Maccfenny( 8/04 ELECTROLUX .... off UB 301 SP> *.*.700 with
or will rent for 7/28 STOVIt Avocado Florida 32063. ((904))*\'CARPENTRY WORK Roofing FILTER QUEENS 37.500 __.
$250 month No pets. Also STUDIO APARTMENT very good condition $250; 259-6211 Ext. 128. EEO/AA and pointing 782-3669. .eO A. Prime lend off ...2.,.

for rent I BR furnished Weekly monthly rate I HAVI 10.OOO and deedto matching refrigerator, Employer I tchlt 7128Classified 7/28 2tchg 8/04 SEARS .47 Ac.off 100 W. Brick ....., *,....DO.

apartment; A/C $190 Palms Apartments, 2314 N. receivable $200 Hog watarers, $10 COMMERCIALWe as.5 Ac *V Maine .... 3a9-OO. Ftoan*, ,:.,

J month. Call 964-7231 after Temple Ave. 7/28 tfn ($32 mortgage.000)) that pays $307.00 each. Call 9645734.. I Itpd Ads SubscribeToday repair all makes .SB Ac., timber HI........... 1OO.OOO. .
SMALL FURNISHEDAPARTMINTS
5 PM and on weekends, monthly Would like to purchase 7/28 Get ResultsSubscribe ...7. A. *1 l.OOO. Owner_.
9648760. Itchg 726MOTORCYCLES No childrenNopets. Utilities furnished lake place In FRAME BUILDING with Al", Young'sSince MH ./2 on i ec.. 30'. oa.ooo

Phone 9A45464. 7/28 Keystone or Starke metal with roof, 20x40 lavatoriesand fourrooms '1957 Waldo'' Antique store tlTOOO.

964-8671 after 8 p.m. 6/30 two 1. .. .. ..
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ONI 2 BR APARTMENTlUnfurnlshcd tfn two commodes Made 964.6918

First floor with PUPPIES' To out of good pine lumber *
.1 SUZUKI 7SOI Call FREE good Starke 3 MM Berth sf
rang and refrigerator, home Adorable Cocker Easy to move. 659-2165.
9648405.
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$175 month plus $75 security Florohome. Carries Gainesville Is for Starts BB US 301
1f7. SUZUKI OS 400 with mixed three black threetan Sun looking an early morning Classified Ad Get Results
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Plus 782-3296. motor rout. carrier In the Stark. area.
accessories'
helmets $600. Call two 7/28 1OOO REWARD for Information OKRA FOB YOUR ..IIIZIIIBu.h.1 Good bMB..._,-..............inq......rw...........n............,...r.....,............www -..
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Income $500 3-3Vt
leading to the arrest or half. Already cut. monthly ] FOR SALE 240 Orel CHELATION (PLUS) TABltTS-$50.00 ,
964-4229 Itpd 7/28 Mowing & Tractor of parson or persons 960t- 528. 7/21 2lchg 7/28 hrs. p.r day ((65 miles)..: Cash bond deposit.. of I 00ral CHELAHON TABLETS-SI. O .. ".

Service responsible for the break-In $250. J"...'.v.r* hardening;of the arterial' need not. (lead to coronary bypass. surgery or
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and theft at McKenzie' Truck "
Part.TlmeOppartunlty Afte..h.nln" Ads 378-1416 or 964-8170 |hart attach." Dr. Donsback. I
All Day Saturdays Lin... Breaker, Florida. Classified I "A doubl-barr l approach that can produce dramatic t..pon."

Sunday Contact: James A. Coleman Get Results, le I b .....1_.... "*
-904-786-6330 see ee5 I s e . s e ee. l e e e.e a e' .. ee Descriptive erasemenon > .. ; ,
Supervising) young 782-3373 ; I l Y.St..S'.T.l. ........."V.l.f..l.Si..f:! !..... .r.l'15S! ,......._ .
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Must have deport | Kids In school? Sell toys, gifts, Christmas decoraI 11ow.c.sa... BRADFORD"COUNTY StarkeGrahamBraaker ._ ; .
dabl. car. lions 'III December 1. No collections or deliveries I a te4s764e PINE FOREST .. ,

964-5165 I Excellent hostess benefits I t..n. TELEGRAPH Calnevlllo Sun l. looking for an early morning APARTMENTS' :: ,

"1-062 Collect after,,00 P.M. I 964-6305 motor route carrier In the above area.,

l J Good second Income $450 to $550 monthly t 1.2 A 3 Bedroom Apts. .
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3.3'1o'hrlt. day ((70 mile). Cash depositof From M50" to 297"..
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Realter/Assoclate Merle..,k_..... $200. .,

.... WE PURCHASE 1ST 2ND MORTGAGESAre 378-1416 or'o4-'l70 1330 W. Madison' '" 't 1 II
Ives.72-370 1 / ERA '. .
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NEW LISTINCi you collecting payments on a real estate mortage .....-. "
Beautiful FAULKNER
10 acres, well and but would prefer to hove a lump sum? f i ii.
septic. L.t us show you how to convert all or part of your :'
Fenced 4
pasture with wooded ,
area also. Lovely duck mortgage Into cosh. For details, call today. REALTY ;;. Bargain Center Shop & Compare!! '. -.""

pond completes the .. Special Insurance for -
I .n.. 116 N, Walnut St. r. t 301 S Stark .J1
EXCELLENT VAlUli 964-5065' Mobile Home Parks .
Doublewid 3 BR Mobile John Bradley 964-6679 .AH types' of Quality: Tree Service t"Quality > ; .
home on I off *** _
acre 'ayl. 744-5010 homeowner policies for'Windows :.1 < -r i.
Highway. Yours for only .*Door | mobile homes.
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nicest Lake Hampton ham. .BEAiroi1 .' Plumbing Supplle | Olln'ft' .Mobile fully. Licensed c Insured. <'
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' ERA FAULKNER REALTY Longchamp Enterprises & Assoc.. 221 Lafayette $t.Across from Wished. '? .Electric Appliance Elelne M. (* Agent SUrfcB.: J Rorldi ,. 1jr4'The ;;, :
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.3 '1. ] BA-Meny Features.47000. : NEW LISTINGS I ICB i'; I ..
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3 BR. IV. BA-Qulet ...."" ...rh..... $M.DOB. MINI :' \

.3 BB, 2 BA-House plus Shop. ".- ".000. Stucco ..... In Forest Height/ *. Vi AC/fane-. I : ; OH
lake Properly ... back yard, fireplace. .>,'' ."
Mobile .he.. canal. .. Santa RIVER Jj I ,. :"'4' ,. ,
ets leading' fa Lake frentege Nice BO Acre tract. ? I, ,Aq,. .. :7, ,iti, ,
Greet fer a .. SIB HAMPTON $ !
See-a- .BOO. .LAKI-Lerae Brick homebeautiful "'
lots & Acreage *, yard '!jr'"- ', 3''bra.:IpfIcll treeger,1. .W t. t .

BeeuMiul lots near Namptnt Lake ".200 each. .FARM with larae :t-. ,hem A .bernj: AMERICA: :.. .. .lI8IIty! a _
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= rinsMclrif term anywhere lots near Keystone DOUBilWIDI Mobile Home en 6 b.eu.crass .
Start N W 000. with pecan tree, fenced old barn t 'i q'tr' l :LOWESY'JlATES' ; 8ft"L', ,:)tijf..fC r (:
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Oae- Acre Pkn>Near Cresby' L.... 1 lots et $3.000 CHURCH STREET home reduced to S2 i 4tr

each end others at SI.MO each. .REMODELED Uptown building.. Over 611.1- .: 1'A" : :.

Nke lot with well B ..pHs tank. $/..SOO.Weeded CM A A. A_"'. merteeoa.OV1B f 'I' ; t in"iown'j' : ... ., '''' ,
lot en Beseent iced $B EOO. JSOO ..... Ft. C/.. I Vi *teryereclmetely w .... '\ '

'.Few acre ter Sll.SOO, or will split and sell as two S ecree. CI_. to town,!..i,' d"( ;r F 1 acre t...... ".100 Yevr ckalce. HIOMWAT J2e.BB, ] HA. Nice "--'j' !{) .Y 964-6853 .* .
clot on OU Lewtey Reed end Theimn St.S4.MO each. Beautiful tree. Apere>lmetely one a t .;

$23.9. 10-W-40 Must. .....11. let near Ksystene-Owner financed. '". It j' $35.00, i .< ..LN: I.p' ... N !
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Starke. Police Solve Home Burglary, .Arrest Occupant

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Law Tuesday night Starke police was owned by Mike Sieberllng and athound by prying the door loose"ad' were taken as a cover the police

solved the burglary of the home on tempting to sell or trade the system had taken a tape deck, receiver theorize.Lake' .
Street Two people were arrested for a 1S73 Ford Pinto. speaker, head phones album*;; The Pinto In fact was listed with
one an occupant of the take Steven Edward Luther of 612 N. sewing machine a tool :' box and Duval County as a stolen vehicle according
Street horn*, Lake St. was arrested for conspiracy assorted tools and a'JB rifle. Only the, to Lt Estan Moeher and

to commltt burglary for his part In the.i stereo system did not belong taihe', Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson.

Alice Gate Kirkland of 625 N. Lake planning and carrying out of the resident of 628 Lake Street tf, :' %h'

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SLwberetheburgJaryaUedgedlyocaUedgodburglary ", ,> Neither Kirkland nor Luther had
curred was charged with grand theft __ The stereo system baa been i'etW' been before a judge at time
press
and the false reporting of a crime. The family reported a burglary ',ed to the owner and the items belong' neither has Duval County respond;;;!
Kirkland I it charged with removing a ly 24 when they said they returned Ina to Kirkland were found where to the recovery of the reported stolen
system from her home that homo to find!MtmMme had entered the they had been stored. These items, vehicle.


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Bradford County Traffic, Criminal Court Dispositions

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Appearing in Bradford County Robert Thomas Tilley charged with, Melinda Ruth McWilliams' guilty -April Mae Tiger guilty driving
Tralnc-Crlmlnal Court before Judge driving while license suspended or improper tag; fined $25. I. while license suspended or revoked, Brooker Scout Troop Enjoys MountainsFor
T>. L. GrUfls July 18 were the follow- revoked; pay a $54.25 fine or 10 day Clarence B. Thompson guilty of fined $80,SO.
.lng: cases in jail.' violation of restrictions fined$50.25. Johnny valid
; BosweU Jr. guilty
Ito end of the
most Girl Scouts the and all in Shining Armor anda
Doyle Travis Thompson charged of driver Knights
Horace Ronald Knowles charged Andrew Johnson Watson guilty license; fined $80.50.
;-with driving while intoxicated was in with no valid driver's license; fined improper tag; fined $29 plus surt, .' Johnny BosweU. Jr. guilty no tag; year trip to or and event Is to be looked all forward campfire In sing capped off the last
planned year. night
;Violation of his Salvation Army Pro- '$8050. In 30 In charge $50.25.Andrew lined 15. camp.
pay days or 10 days jail It Is
bation; sentenced to 30 days in jail If Carol Elaine Burton charged withno Johnson Watson guilty of Roosevelt Covington guilty driving Regardless what the troop plans. be- Heading for home the first stop was
to be while cookies the home
are Babyland General
anticipated Hospital,
,be. did not start his probation. valid driver license; fined$50.25 or expired tag'; fined $15. while license suspended or revoked; '
the of the
ing prepared, While there
sold being
budget anew
"adopt-a-doll
Billy W. Feuston guilty of driving 10 days in jalul if not paid by August 1. Anthony Carroll guilty of no validdriver fined $80.50.Marion etc. One of Bradford-Union's Junior 'baby' was 'born'- and named
while intoxicated; fined$276.50 must Henry French charged with leaving license; fined $80.50. Lee Evans guilty impropertag last
troop trip ended their scout year Scott Christopher after the leader
attend driving while intoxicated, 180 Carroll of careless fined
scene of an accident; sentenced to 10 Anthony guilty ; 5025. month last
month with an exciting and assistant leader's
boys.
day Salvation Army probation. 50 $50.25. Steven C. Roberta ,
days in Jail. pled no contest
with
trip north here is the leader'sthoughts After stuffing themselves piz-
hour 'community service work, Henry French charged with improper Carol Denise Green guilty no validdriver driving while license suspended or their return. the headed for two ofAtlanta'
za troop
upon
license. suspended months. backing; sentenced to 10 daysIn UconIIeb' lined $30.25. contestto revoked; produced'valid license What a trip. What a trip. What a big sights, especially at
Clair' B. valid Moore pled no ordered to
Bayne guilty no costa
jail. pay $25
Brooker Girl Scout 31 the Plaza
trip. Troop Just night. First was Peachtree ,
driver license; Is to pay a fine ofPamelaI Samuel Lee Williams charged with wilful and wanton reckless driving., Steven C. Roberts pled no contest returned home from a six-day camp- the world's tallest hotel-restaurant.
$54.23. driving while license suspended or fined $100.Monte unlawful speed; fined $25.
Ing trip to the Smokey Mountains. Straight 72 stories In an outside,
up
). Nettles valid DaneU Moore pled no contestto Grantley E. Simpson
guilty no revoked; pay $25 cost. ., guilty driving Heading out at the crack of dawn glass elevator to the revolving .
driver's license; ordered to pay a fine Mark Charles Friedllti pled no contest improper tag fined $25. while license suspended or revoked; and down '
eight girls ten adults (not to men- restaurant (then straight )
'of$80.50 or to produce license and pay driving while license suspendedor Monte Danell Moore pled no contest produced valid license, ordered to tion one baby)caravaned their way to Atlanta at night is quite a bit different

$10 cost.,. revoked; fined $80.SO. to making false reports; fined$80.50.. :! pay $25. Stone Mountain, Ga After an afternoon ,than the lights of Brooker.

"r of hiking, train riding, sightsee Next was the Atlanta airport a rideon
ing and some Girl Scout cooking( their subway system, watching a .
I .. everyone enjoyed Stone Mis. grand plane take off and thanks to Johnny
\ "'" ,<, finale an after dark laser show projected Hobbs' brillant smile a fl'ght! atten-
on the mountain. dant gave them a tour of one of
.. The next day everyone enjoyed a Eastern's commercial jets.
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Heights Ads ': ,' ; full day and evening .at Six-Flags The next day the girls arrived home
Keystone I- if Over Ga. Highlight of the day was wet In time to go to an athletic awards
and wild Thunder River. Some were ceremony.
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HELP PERSONAL PERSONAL even brave enough to try their newest A good time was had by all,
FOR SALEwNITa' FOR SALE !OR SALEK.YTON5 ride The Free Fall. Hang on Cheryl especailly one Dad who had his

.-. .... WANTED :SERVICES SERVICES and Jenny Sue. doubts about Girl Scout camping and ?
:.' SANDS LAKI: rBONT'LOT! locatedon HlHNnS AMAl The next morning they packed up almost chickened out but turned out '

IAKS.:Beounful decotorora"Show.hou. Big lake Geneva In Bradford Co. Eo_ Brick 3 FAITH PRERUTRRIANOlusol Nile AN' A1TORNITT SIWINO MACHINES and piled in the four cars (truck and enjoying himself as much or more
..." Stone K.,.,_ Height .100 ft. BR 2 Both offIC., living need organist General practice Including BPAIBBDtAII make van) and set out for Deep Creek (near than anyone else. Bobby spoke for all
ftr plan.,, spiral Halrcau, lake front 600 ft. deep. roam, dining roam kitchen flant choir director 10 real state, divorce, cleaned oiled .and ad- Brison City, N. C.). They spent hilly, of us when he .said "can't wait for
117: ft.;on lots $129,000. lake. large oak, ready to 'Jacuzzi tub- '1742 hour we.kty.Good. com- wllli/probqte, personal In- |uted. $15. Work curvy and for some,scarry afternoonand next year." ,5
Call ovuner 1-743-4739. 2pd build. $40,000. Cash prefer 'Gunlta swimming 'pool' pematlon benefit Call lury. business and Incorporatlon guaranteed. James evening visiting Cheroken, Cl- Those going on the trip were Kathy
72944BMinWM. red. Call 17866044. 32x32 metal building chain '473-1721.2tchg' 7/29 I *. '4737667. 4tchg Strickland corner Morgan ingman's Dome and Gatlinburg. A and Johnny Hobbs and Christopher
LAKE: GENEVA 7/18/11 SlchgUrmA link fence. Over 1 acre lot. 7/29-8/18: Rd. and Hwy. 16. Starke. well-earned steak dinner out and a Pete and Ethel Douglas Bobby and
occ.- ,Iota from $9.900. CAR--SO" Toyota 2 Excellent condition. NOT1CBCLASSU CARPENTRY AND ride up Gatlinburg's skylift at night Sylvia Fletcher Sue Gainey, Sandy
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month.$500 down.Discount$71.74 on entire per dr AMlFM.VC.Corolla. Clean, Excellent 4-Ipeed, $94,500. 473-2096.'7/14 tfnV ,. MASONRY Building patios WORK, oddltlon: ; YARD SALE was quite a. sight for "flat landtouristers" Hislop, Rhonda and Katie Stokes,
Sarah Doughlas, Stephanie Gainey
tO, acre. One waterfront mo i nt.nancs. 473-2433. sosA 'MATCHING >ISD' AOVIBTUIMO remodeling, homeland Hie
10,.' Call 473-4375. 7/7 7/29 eV .should be wbmltted to the work. Free ..tlmo,.*. JULY 90. SArURDAVt 94, The next day was spent tubing down Amy Fletcher: Melissa Hislop Karen
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CMAHh Herculon. .Brown icy Creek. Young and old alike'tried Stokes Tonya Johnson Jenny Sue'
tfnchgOMMMUOA1" CAR TOP CAMin like take Region Monitor officeIn Phone 473-4473 during day. SR-21 east of Frlendihlp Bible Deep ,
MOPMTY new., $90 bet offer. plald good condition writing and paid In ad- 7/7 tfnchgCAMPINTIt. I Church. Chair, book. at least once down waterfalls Countryman and Cheryl Griffis.
on 'comer 'of Lawrence 473-2419. Mpd 7/29 $200; Port-o-Crlb. $29; .vance unless credit I la WOBJKI couch detk and more .
Blvd and flamingo near 1M1 HONDA WAGON. changing table (wicker)" already e tabllhedwith Remodeling work kitchen 7/21-28 2tchg

SRIOOand SR-21' Intenjee- Auto/AIr, 5...._, $20. 473-7185. llpd 7/28 this office. .cabinet and trim carpen- GRAND GARAGE SAU- Ads I
Union
than 4..........office com- excellent condition. MONITOR STAFF' CANNOT try. Reasonable price Call Large and small Item*. ud County
plexe*; comer lot with entrance 473-2800, Itchg 7/29 BE HELD RESPONSIBlE FOR 473-2477 oft. 5:30: p.m. double door refrigerator
on 3-lde., of NOME SBR. 3 Bath Formal POBMHTOPflCI MISTAKES IN CLASSIFIEDS 77tmehgCAIPIT need compreuor, baby
building. Owner financed living and dining room, WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER AND VINYll, clothe, small kitchen appliance FOR SALE INSURANCE HELP
,..... Call THE! TELEPHONE.! and large profelonal *-
with" low Interest swimming pool 1.25ocr.*, BPACB facing repair and:! Initallatlon
WANTED
Classified deadline li hair dryer. Plant
473-4920 or 473-3411 7/7 $72,000 aiiumable. door ,Free etlmate Ten year (
tfftcf>g 473-3373. 1tpd 712'1 Lawrence Blvd. Next Tuesday noon prior to ,experience. .Call 473-4217 end mlicell. Geneva lake eO ACM 'A.M Beautiful MAINIS INSUBANCIAOINCYl '
177 CNBVKOUT PICKUP KEYSTONE HIWHTBInv to Andrew Drug-: Alsoseveral Thursday publication. and ask for Craig. 7/7. Etate between KH and (home site, 25 acre 160 S. lake MAL IITAT1 LICENSING .)
Mo' 4x4, IWB,,,extra large office for Minimum charge Ia15 Melrote off SR-21. Sotur- cleared' 39 acre' ,i Ir.. Avenue, take Butler In "lake City.IRM School of.
< ...ton.., automatic. _I.. mediate fumlihed occupancy 2-Btt completely -', rent In rear of building,foe4 word lor $2.15, 'then. 10 c=mt.iU.JA.( ., Y..9 CJIJ'. ..3 nlO..ttFhg >. ,"iubuu '' ella'II; r496=3975.'Oinpteti; .",1nstunt. .' "Rear Ecrote Phone /
.) free wheeling. hub 1.montiol.-.3CJIo-. ce*..; ling FlarntOflRi .Call. c.........,.,. ._..........'W..d"..' ;',j.o'oliUIono..OOrl. ,w what: r ment, cypress flllt"pond.' '" ( Service. TFN. 755-4006. TFN 7/14 ,
7'$03.3411. 1ft IfnchgOtriCI "
:IMw.. ,73llJ) ,.; 61'1. .... porch everlaoklng lake' SPACLdowntown. "i'tI''. dews, cabinet shelving, Sieve Broadway next to, large hunting area'
: Hall .llvlng/dlnmg with partitioning ......""9.CaIl I,29OOO per acre: Ownerwill REALEST FOR RENTTYPIWRITTERS
State Farm
rncg next ta
... 473-2520. 7/7-28 4tpd. TREE SERVICE finance! with 20 percent
Raised
COOL nIL .A. fireplace and, kerosene KeyMone c.n_. $1eu/Mo; MISCClLAMtOUSBINOO..AMIBICAN Inc. A TI I
AND Denlton Really
NOM down.
,In my Aviary. Nosy to heatalator. Storage room K..t_ Height Realty RITIMUAINT' AND AD.
Removal 394-4939 UFN
HAIRSTYLING CENTERS (904)( )
tarn. hurt| weaned. Special carport. Beautifully cleared Inc.. REALTOR, 4734961. DING MACHINES FOR
MONTI AND LAND far Mleby
In of five ...1011. $40,000 firm. Appt.. All under one roof. OFFERINGS Trimming i CHEVROLET HOMS
price quantities. 7/7 tfnchgFUlNISNRO LIOION MAtl.Sr-al Certified 1 nurtlngantewnce CARLO 1977 model. good owner ew read C RENTS Union County Time,
or mare Coll anytime, only. 473-438S. ltpd7/29 MOWUHOMIt, Saturday. 7 p.m.Public Invited. and CPR trained t* Free Estimate i ,condo Contact Jerry 231-A phone 4V4-MO3. 190 Main Street Lake Butler.
A7307.1.4I3O-71215pd ;)*7. JIIXJ-7 hardtop Couple or bachelor prefer .. 7/7 tfnchg toff .24 ,hour supervision Firewood < Whltehead 494-291:S 1-o,, 7/2. .Phon. 496-2261 for information
Two years roof oversized ; '
FAMMjnOATt .
with sun
red. $179/mo. plu.oepo.lt.Coll ALCOHOLICSANONTMOUSl i TFN 10/1
hot 2 chg 721728CHICKIM
citizen
for
;senior ; Anytime
Removable $3,900. :
2. good.
old, I MOM tire, run 479-1368. 7/7 Ifnchg3BW. Closed r. : NOUSIS Threechicken
Vinyl 1, top $350. Call Phone 473.7908. 1Khg7/29 BATM-Unfurnlkhed meal; day week. or long PERSONAL
2 meeting Monday' 8pm.Open i home for ale.
JacV. .onvllle, 368-2894, PI IBIBOt.AS rlHINOBOAT homo 'In Keystone 'Club: meeting Friday 5" term star; STYLING CENTER : m. 732 : S.M. Brown 496-2O33. SERVICES WANTEDWILL

weekend. '.473I8IB.-.. 14. ft., 9.9 Johiwon Estate Kitchen equipped p.m. Alonon Monday' 8 for styling the publlctprec:1.lon for ;men : and i After 5 P.M.Keystone ; 2-pd 7/21 7/28 .

7/7-28 4tehgCUSTOM Dim! trailer, $750. Buyer. w/w carpet, drape ten p.m. All meeting at Educational women; perm and hair) } HeIGhts ij iji 19BI HONDA J.WHHLM RICIIVI VISA/MCI Bad PAY CASH For Your
VAMls Now 1983ChevyVan .397 Magnum with acce ,tral H/A. Call Building Community Hampton. IBS With boket and roll credit old Guoran...... For used mobile ham.. Roy
coloring. SR-325
*. V-8 ou"C'lran.mINlon' $200. Call 4737675. Itchg 1.904-481-310V. 7/29. ,Church 473-2790: .or ,468-219. 7/14' tfnchg licensed.ft.!Insured. : ,..i bar good condo SBOO firm freer brochure tendS Powell 4963377. TFN I

with overdrive 7/29 Ifnchg.., ,479-2130.' 7/7 Ifnchg call 792-9498 after SOC: .A.S.!.: Copilot Financial, i
PINTO- .4 .....J, new -
,, power' leering 79' Is.
to i.coo'so. r. m OVIR.AT.RSANONYMOUs pm I-pd 7/28 Box 821428 Dallas. YARD SALE
power broke*, power win- tI..*. Good motor and running UP No due*,- .'t1..tMmrst a Canr.wal.r': 197 SEDAN OEVILI 79382 call anytime
dows,-power door locks' condition. One bent front of Port Office. Fenced fee. or weigh In*. Panasonic found IyIIOtn.' fends 1200. Call In. Good for' rspalrbusiness. meeting ",Tuetay. 7:30 4963112. LAWN MOWING Need your Yard Beta. On 129 6 mile
halt' wheel. running board 4732457. It pd />9.OBMIN Ph. 473-2014.' p.m. Community Church New LifeCarpet''Cleaning 1970 HORIZON lawn mowed?Call Hal Borrlngton from Raiford follow the
.4 captain chain)and couch. WORLD RAM II Educational Building PLYMOUTH Four door '_20435. 2-Pd signs' Mary ThorntunI .
Beautiful Interior. and 5st.rlor4 'graphite kl 1. $150. Call Keyttone Height. Service $2.000 cash 496-3112 7/21 728BABYSITTING -chg 7128Subscribe
$14<<10 and with 47S-24W1 ttpd 7/29. OHIACU 4732790. 7/7 Ifnchg .. 1-chg 7/28 In my home
dual air. top of the. lino. AU,WOODID liNGO f lion Club acre** i.CJTJCUCAH Day FOAM MSTMOOH OOUBLI BID Intenprlng lunch' and mock One A N
,$19OOO.' Compare .0' Subscribe Today? (ear DeW Heed)) from high'. ichool. a? k i mattress and mattress for mil. North of RMC call,r. !
$21.000 |"Mo! percent bank. LAKE REGION .... 2 B. Horned*Cull Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 p.m.f 2' 1" Cooerr tale _2631. 7/28 Elaine 496-2213. Today
financing. PhoneOalne.vItie MONITOR both. ell...... Of/A. J' Regular? 7:30 p.m. Public 'I.., 4.t r ....s7a.a NIW CBIDIT CARD UNION COUNTY
332-090.7114. $31,000 141-0443 Invited. )'/1 tfnchg. Ware e..r.n..eO' 1-----. CrawfordGeneral Nobody. ,refuied. ( Alto TIMES
Jfnchg 473-2210 a/Matercard. Coll 496-2261

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.v., Quality Work 7/28
I Starke Ads

We build houe, additions -
CARS4VTRUCKS HOMESFOR ; BUSINESS= bor.b-qu. pit, stun

iTRUCKS' CARS OPPORTUNITIESOWN vii. co, concrete work andmore.
CARS

TRUCKS ,' SALE. C & C Mini Storage

0L.tO- "173" MAVIBlCKl 3peed.In MIt AU BT OWNUS BR TOUR OWN Jean. ** r IJ. tI I 782-3249 Now Renting6x12

i* PLYMOUTH BAWUITH INII'011D loaded 'lam good condition. $900. 'C/B, completely 'remodeUd. Sportoweor, "CPrN..e .:;; 4 782-3160 .

$490. Phone M4-B134.7/28. Hen 'wogan.Call 479-2137, 'Call) after 2 P.M. WU-49O4.., 'Appliance. ww carpet, Ladle Apparel 8x12 10x12 12x18
mileage- Acceaorle or Quality ,
'.2tpdB/1M 1 fOBtt P.IOJOlPlekup MelreM.OWVTI Itehg 4-oV 7/28!nedon.. "' '::7'1'. Call' OMC'riCKUm 9644471 between Truck.,0 C/H/A utllltle. .; all. 2 .block now. frornhospital City tion Children furniture Sara.Notional COMMERCIAL. BLDGl Wvll Inquire at Suzuki-Kawasaki: of Starke
T Jordache
base.27,000..mlies. brand
truck. Short" .wheel Good 'go' Restored1 .Mew.. point venlng 11Cht\ 7/11) 309: financing Chic ..... Levi Vanderbilt* 2,000 .q.. h. ....lot In city, Hwy 301 S. 954-6020

w/belge 944-0774. llchg '/28 *real CHBVV PICKUP ovoll "" .. A681323.6123, lied. Gunne'Sox' Calvin $17,900. Drilling
mileageCream Call 649622ft 177 CHBV10UT TWCKtOelun aengine/ cammed with. I EW C/. NOMB:aril 1M Klein Esprit, Zeno,. Ocon'lANK REPO; Commercial . .-
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coloring Custom ..V$2600.. high rile and I 'acre.\ 920 Thomas Street, Pacific Brlttanla EvorePlcqne property. Hwy 301 Block 2";; thru 6";

"l > Run ,,96A-0879 after 530.: llpd Many' chrome bush option.1I guard.4.peed Including I behind >Apartmen. Call, Healthtex,,' ,300 bldg. 2,400 p. ft. on 1.37 4 SIOtOOM HOMI on 2,8 ecre with 30 pecan tree

$ _u_ h. 728.ISIS I transmission 473-3903. 7/07 4fpd 7/28' '.,...... $7,900 to' $24,900 oc. Paved parking Fast Rotary'Drilling and 300 H. major. highway frontage 33900.
free .$200. HONDA. ACCOI0t. and broke, mnrsTOMU:-HOT*. AMAI Inventory, airfare, training,' BEAUTY SHOP. barber Equip. .I BIOROOM HOME and a r bedroom guest haute In
964- : 1 712 ,A-cIr. .11... blue S-ep-.tood.. power leering Must we. .Bradford Co. Extra, Brick 4BR. fixture grand opening shop. skating rln..., tome Stats Deemed town, $22,900.

178'BXNCKlitABBlr .'ed. Showroom new put New$6.000 paint. 96+\fob.a261. ,llchg ..2 Bath :office;living'. etc Mr. loughlli<'(612) equipment, .28,000. t.,;" .,. .,...,. .j. Je AC1M ..fr,000... acre.
mall V4L A/T fSC. Rum choke at wholesale price Ikhga MERCURYMONARCHt room' dining(room*", kit- ,I BS8-6999: tpd"NI.NN"2.... 2 BA frame"home on BUILDING'lOTS In Storks, $3000 each, 4 to chooe :
and look good..964-WO3. 964-9294 offer 6 p.m. fI9". chen.i Jocuul, tub 17x43'gunltevtwlmmlng ',BATILLITB oc. CHI A., large porch JPeXntfMT I from. :.
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::1"1 J-aVJi AC ATV2.000 mile.' .4.tlon:' $ 4aOO,4702096., Call 2tpd8AM 303-57..763..7/28> .,. ,. covered 'pot..... av A, 6 ... ,.-. .,'Terms" ..... ., ... j. .
9644073 after 6 p.mv7/28 c 7/14 tf ,. fat .. celling fan, water;oflner, ..
$ I : ItNBOAM CJ-Tl ;Ixcetlent -' : OWSMSH- -.02.. .Acre' 499,000. Plumbing
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:$678PAmM000T'8085156totlonvragrtn.: barnreaut bulsngs. deep :8.72 ac.. 116 ft. on Samp-

BtoctronlcTyfMBwriti $ A/C power' ?well end located on lake' ion Lade::760 fI;on canpl.Cali I. .,,, ',''.t' "Pt' 'I"Repairs.. .',..*" ,
11'1Y" brake and ....,1"'". Runs Rowed located lnBn *KdCav MarY bar room, game room bait I v I
: 9eSE1.' on Hyr.H >A.' Owner, 964-6309 and tackle. *hop.; "living Dsxrrnc .s.e..!...4r..e..se.a..s..s

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