Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04326
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04326
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will be different In the program should be directed to Prin-
I schedule structure when school opens cipal Duncan at the high school office
Aug. 29 for students at Bradford High phone 964-6092.
School. Some advantages of the new
The new schedule called the"3 and schedule are more in-depth instruc-
1" block, will be three' 100-minute tion, laboratory experiences In
'classes per day plus one SO-minute science and math and concentrationon
block just after lunch. A student skills and performance standards
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choosing to take an academic class In all subjects.
'"'Ii" Students will be able to
during the 50-minute block can earn completeone
.1 yr seven credits per school year. credit during the first semesterfor
each block class and one credit for
The schedule will work as_ follows: the middle period segment during the
There will be two 100 minute block year.
r Credits will accumulate at the rate
classes: in the morning from 8:20: until
of 34! for semester and 3' for
10 a.m. for Block 1, and 10:05: to
Riverside Uniform 11:45: a.m. for Block 2. semester two enabling a student to
: 7 credits for the
Lunch period will be divided Into earn year.
,j\/ two segments- 30-minute break for
\ "t" Moving Along..... lunch and a SO-minute study hall. Up- Juniors will be'given first oppor-.
at the 50-minute right
tunity period
J' coming juniors will be first
; How is Riverside Uniform's. after lunch to academic
:( new SU.rke plant # priority on scheduling the additional satisfy re-
t; doing. after less. than eight month's operation? ,. science class required for graduation quirements. But Duncan also sees the
50-minute the time for most
thank period
just fine you. _' during the SO-minute period. as
The company'started with 11 employees and The third 100-minute block will be extracurrlculars such as band and
jj now is up to 24. Business Is coming along about as *_ } from approximately 1:10: to 2:50 clubs. A band student would take

expected, says Manager Dale Holloway. School will begin at 8:20, p.m.ten band during the 50-minute period;
1 Chamber of Commerce board members met at minutes earlier than last otherwise a band student could not
the Riverside Uniform plant on Edwards Road dismiss 2:50: p.m 20 minutes year later take band continuously all year long.
y and were hosted to a tour of the plant last Thursday : than last
by Manager year. "We want to look at this from every
Holloway. It means academic classes will be "
How about a 400 pound load of wash? That angle this year Duncan says. "If
100 minutes and ;
long a student will be
what Riverside does at one time. Holloway. ; changes are needed we want to be
able to earn an entire credit In one
able to make them at the end of this
operates the lever controlling the top to the huge -
semester. It will fewer
mean classes
The conveyor sorting system. is demoatrated atv .' ,ti'r,+ W ty, -- 1L. -- itnI! but covered twice in as one much semester.material must be school ourselves year with and them.not have to kill

> right. S.U: Peek J!; listens as Holloway explains Duncan discussed his new schedule
r"lt! means change for the students
-"" Diana, with, the. school
'Qve't atttx ate/ placed on at2 ,
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"" must change study habits and for,
and the system dumps he'JfUpebY. c1IVt i" Wednesday night Aug. 3, during a
t : teachers who must restructure their
+, Chamber members were Betty work session. Duncan says he has the

Ramey at right in bottom photo, could courses.Main experiment Principal Jim approval of both the school board and
a pair of pants and a matching shirrChamber Supt. Tom Casey.
Duncan says Is that academic
BHS administrators and five'teachers
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classes wilt be twice
as long. A atudent's -
Futch, Hazel Hardy Richard Welly, Pat Welty, are working on the new
attention span will make the
schedule, which is Incomplete thl,
Floyd Settles Steve Denmark J.E. Tomlinson.
President Dallas Mayo And hamber Manager 1 longer academic periods difficult week but which Duncan expects to '
unless teachers different
can use
ready by Aug. 29 when stud
.Bill Wilson, and Pee 9Lr
techniques and methods to break the return to school.

period up. No one Is thinking of lecturing "A new era of secondary edu ,
the entire 100 minutes Duncan is upon us and we in Bradford t
says. must be willing to move ahead P .
The new schedule is designed to offer the achievement of excellence i
an opportunity for students to school Dunc
system says
S M A' t x .y r e1 tc ia meet the new state-mandated graduation
..t supports the RAISE (Raise A .
requirements, says Duncan: By ment In &iv
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the end of the 84-85 school year 24 passed by the Florida Legislat ,.
credits including three sciences, will .

be required: for graduation In Florida..:. The 1983 Legislature wrote into
That means a student who is a state law the requirement that all
junior this year will have to get the high school students atend class a
additional science class In. So,Juniors minimum of 1,050 hours an Increaseof
will be given first opportunity to takea 150 hours over the former 900 hour

science during the SO-minute period requirement.To .
right after lunch. It will take the en- meet the 900 hours of class time
tire school year in the 50-minute BHS students took' six 50-minute
period for a student to earn one classes. ,
credit.A The new schedule will lengthen the
general public meeting of all school day by 50 minutes and allow a
parents and students is set next student to earn- seven credits per
Thursday Aug. Iff, at 7:30 pm.1n the year. A student however can earn
high school library for the purpose of six credits per school year in grades
additional explanation the new 9-12 and meet the 24 credit require-
scheduling program. 'Any questionsthat ment graduation to be effective at
I parents have concerning the new the end of the 84-85 school year.

III Heilbron, Springs Volunteer Fire Department Cuts Coverage Area Back Down .

Drawing back Into Its home area of Holding Its area to about a five mileradius half way-to approximately NW 60th. Rver;'TheresSa, Lawtey. Lawtey Step Regretted... ting to fires quicker McCarthy pointsout.

NE Bradford County the Heilbron around Heilbron, Springs the Ave., across to CR-125: and down Correctional Institution and Kingsley "We regret we had to take this step, '
Springs Fire Department Is no longer new boundaries are: CR-125 to county line. Lake according to Terry McCarthy but trying to cover the entire 'The first few minutes of a fire are
willing to be responsible for the entire From the county line on CR-229 to Any response out of the new territorial chairman\ the Heilbron Springs has been Just to much responsibility county critical anything a burning houseIs
,CR-225 and down CR-225 to SR-100. Fire to be saved,said McCarthy. It takes
county. limits will be made only to requests Department.. says Terry McCarthy.By .
Effective+ midnight Thursday, CR-229 to city limits"of Starke for help from a' fire depart limiting itself to runs no longer 30 minutes for a Heilbron fire truck to
Aug.- 11. the Heilbron Springs Fire' across to CR-16 and dqw ,CR-16 to ment with which the Heilbron FD has After'much dilCU8lllon'ln a July 26 than six miles and using Its quick get to Theressa for example, making
Department will answer calls only Morgan Road.' .* a mutal aid agreement. Heilbron Springs meeting, the decision was made to response truck, the Heilbron firemencan it nearly useless to make the run.

from the NE quandrant of the county ,Morgan Road (CR-233)) to US-301. FD has mutual aid agreementswith respond only to calls within the new be much more effective by get- (see Coverage Cutp.3A.
I north of SR-100 and,west of. US-30E; From; R 16' down Crawford Roads ,the ,fire departments at New NW county Umits.a .

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/The> Lily Lake?Ski.(1 ,Club": \dazzle: spectators! with Its marine .'I IocrObatlcsandmak.s.I Blandine Misses Out.on School of Americas On WRUFAMSlarke
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of J." I I. :.(, tofam.j1.t 1i(1",( Rumors that'surfaced here several the school were--dashed this week some 940 Instructors and their' past, present and
rJi. r.ts/Tr au'.noel / '((1,1$y,! 1P weeks ana j: among National Guard when Maj. Don Maple,spokesman for families to the area,'as well as 500 to future will bo featured dolly In a

,Raymond and Agnes Hanks run a quaint antique< 'hop where personnel at Camp Blanding to the effect the Defense Department, 'said the 1,000 military students from Central segment .. th. WRUF-AM
that the Array School of the U.S. and Panama had tentatively and South America. Other sites under newscast at IM p.m. next. week.
the'dlscrlmlrtofir.g' buyer can --i\nd.\ r" and Varied collectorsItems. consideration for the facility Included Monday thresgh Friday
Americas would remain In Panama agreed on terms..to keep the v.hoolln "
: : ', ; :::1'f were apparently correct. Panama. Eglin Air Force Base near Pensacola, The Gainesville radio slatloa Istuning
I INews I, and two'sites in Puerto Rico In- the spotlight o* small
., ',1" : This. In'spite; of the fact that Na- ''It would be Inadvisable for us to cluding Ramey Air Force Base. towns to the ares ta order to acquaint
HrlwW... t.. "N% J. -' p'tlonal Guard Military Headquarters talk about detailsMa). Maple told listeners with the problems,
?,A mar.l1uclnO field/nand.;Af Starkeleads! I li one,arrest and their :-f; I*!' In'St.AugUBtine had been i Informed'less the Florida ''Times-Union while Col. Robert E. Ley, director 'of as wen as the hopes, and sleasaresof

'confl attorr of 36- plants W' 'jV 1 i;?;i lfc, ". than month.* that the Army negotiations are- under way on an training at the Panama school and the smaller ''consaastltles.MtesBopy .
: solved and valuables ,i had earmarked S6O- million for construction agreement to keepthe school In head of the site survey team, visited to being featured this
TWO weekend, Stark. burglaries. were ,. of headquarters buildings Panama. A final decision: in the mat- Blending last January and expressed week.
'recovnred. : and living quarters for the school if ter had previously been 'scheduled"by himself as Impressed with the layout Local i biwlBesiimeo.r city officiate.

." .' ,:- ':.1,i : !,.T.Uw..o\, .t,_; II-\c., \ _Ii: ..V'"ERh.'Ael,, ,vlh decision was made to move It.toBlanding. the end!of September r'" .. and training facilities at the camp and civic leaden wore Interviewed
: Jackie OFatndeat
l""Nt.1" I---------' *l at. Tournament.i.v...} ; $&', \; 111 a s s J !: If the school had'materialized for seven assured miles by east the of Chamber'Slarke, of Ley Commerce was ; Is hy_....Iea.Phillips.....a' sad ,

,local: l Malt learN will play In the tournom.nt. 10 bed. held: .' |rt Hopes of'local basin* Interests for Blending -would have required and other civic groups that the will express their views enc.the.

Alabama; :\: *(,is weekend: : A multi-million dollar release of funds 300,000 square feet of classrooms and school would tMt welcomed .in this .._.....WRUF-AM' ta U, 001 the'
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I Budget.,, ', ,at. $245,520,_I -, r: '"11.." I ix >'. I

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A $245,520 budget for fiscal 1983-84 seem to cam. for that Idea. it i'
+ The other two projects are:
was tentatively approved Aug. 1 by
the Lawtey city commission.At .
7:30 p.rrt. Sept. 12, a public hear- Terry Road, to Install 6-Inch
ing Is set on the budget and the use of diameter line back I to CR-225. Price
the$310o01n frderalrevenue sharing estimate, $8,120.CR225 r
funds the city expects to receive. Date
for a second public hearing, which by to install -lnch diameter
law must be held within 15 days after dead-end line some 700 feet to 65th
the first, has not yet been set. Ave Price estimate, $4,200.
The council adopted:! the rollback Kelly showed preliminary plans of
figure of 2.206 mills, an Increase of all three projects. The ,council
.108 mills, for Its 83-84 property tax negotiated a $1,000 per project fee
level. The rollback figure Is certified with Kelley. '
by Property Appraiser Jimmy
Alvaret to bring In the game amountof In other Aug. I action, the council:

t li r t .. 'j- revenue as the previous year, and
of double-
f does Approved Installation a
/l(% not constitute taxJncreaae.
wide mobile home, for tJnda,Boat-

,Included in the neW spending Is: wright.
4s"s 4 n' 92d

$20,000 for a new well. Water Dept. Okayed gasoline sales for the
Supervisor Barry Watts said the town. former Quick-Chek store on\ US-301
Is on the verge of needing a third well south, previously operated by Gary
plus it would provide additional back Bennett, at the request ,of realtor
up if a well or pump goes down. Janet Starling. Ms. Starling said the
first thing every prospective Client
Three different projects totalling wants to know Is If gas can..be.!Old.
921,220 to extend the water system. '
Bradford High School/ 'Class/ of "'43 Reunion Not all the water extensions are ex- Was told by Commissioner Buster
pected to be complete In 83-84 but the Bennett the county "did it to us
council indicated Aug. 1t plans to again." A bulldozer was promised to

Thirty-four of the 55 members of the 1943 graduating class of Bradford Verlena Phillips Berton, Odessa McRae Taylor, Eva Faye Gainey Spooner, begin the extension work. dig a ditch out of Blanchard Bay from
High School celebrated their 40th-year class reunion July 23 at the StPorltt'< Marjorie Grider Douville, Clarice Thomas Wood, Virginia Anderson Engineer Jerome Kelley has been Grove Street, but didn't show, Bennett
Golf ft Country Club. Schwp". retained to design the projects, and said. The County Road Depart-
Julian McRae acted as master of ceremonier. It was the first minion the Third row,standing-. J.W.Patray, Bobbl Cameron Valinski,Essie Mae the council Is thinking about which ment was also supposed! to grade the
Class of '43 ever had. Eunice Green, Marguerite Gilpin Hathaway, Ida Lou Davis Smith, Gloria will be first. Present thinking is that streets which have not been workedon .
A social hour dinner,'and dancing was enjoyed by those present (1-r): Buford King Frances Noegel Martin,Edna Edwards Wainwright,Sara Bars an$8,800 extension down US-301 southIs since! last November.
First row, seatedKenneth Martin, Julian McRae Earl Owens, Charles loot Shirley Colley Salzman. the most pressing. The 301 south
Parker Willie Mae Clemons Albert R.C. Howard Lucile Johnson Godwin Back row. Standing- William Baker, Lois Newsome Barrett, Howard project would extend 0-inch main Decided to Install 4-way stop signs
Harold Alvarez. Douglas, Waldron Wadsworth, Noah E. Davis, George Flynn Jr., Alvin from SR-200A south from Terry Road: at the Intersection of Grove and
Second row, seatedDoris Crosby Angland Lucile Hinton Edwards, Wynn,James Pickren. and from CR-225 down 85th Ave., a Powell Streets after complaint of
total 'of some 900'feet. The project drag racing. Everybody knows who
would make a loop with the line goingto the speeders. are but the problem is
Lawtey Correctional Institution, Increasing catching them In the act, said Police
.. water pressure. Chief MM. Jordan. Chief Jordan said
I Major problem, ,Is, going under private citizens have the right to signa
; Hampton Council Votes to Keeb Marshal CR-225 at 301 -with r larger 6-inch complaint against the drag racers.
diameter line. Alternative Is cutting If anybody is willing to become. In-
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By Larry Oglesby 'presently used by the city Is'Just The engineer told the council" the' ,Set dates for public hearings for
BCT Staff WriterA wore out. I had to use my personal overall cost would be from $25,000 to the 1983-84 budge The first will be
car on a call the other morning at 4 $30,000. After hearing the
second fulltime figures the Sept. 7 and the second Tuesday Sept.
permanentpoliceman's a.m., which left me without a radio or
position was establishedand any communication" said Hodges. council agreed to table the matter. 20, both starting at 7 p.m.. The Class of

a decision to look for a new police "It's just a good thing that I didn't
to check Into the possibll- .Voted to pay coucil members $10
car was made by the Hampton City "
need it.
Council during a regular meeting Discussion was made about buyingthe ty of changing companies that the city for each special meeting called. Had- 1953
buys water -
meters from.
dock cast the only opposing vote.
Tuesday, August 9.
car with revenue sharing funds Commissioner
The council voted to hire John Par- Williamson com- of
that were available instead of financing -
mented that the prices of the
present Decided to Coucilman
malee as a full-time policeman. Par- it and paying Interest.A pay
company were very high. Haddock Roarke a $50 appreciation check for BradfordHigh
malee has been working as a temporary -
1963 Ford, equipped with a police agreed with the decision, but said she
back-up to Marshal John extra work he has done around the ci- '-
package would cost $8,700 accordingto wanted to check the quality of meters School 1
Hodges for the summer. ty. Roarke was the only one to vote no
"That if there
Hodges. car are any before
/ companies. on the motion.
Parmalee was originall In left, is probably the best deal for the
May to patrol the city during the
money,1' said Hodges. '
to accept a rate Increase
daytime hours while Chief Marshal hold its
The 83 Ford from Duval Motor from attorney
city Marshall.
Hodges worked another job during Company In Jacksonville is part of a Mary THI BRADFORD
that periodThe Presently Marshall receives $50 per 30th yearell'
state law enforcement purchasing COUNTY TELEGRAPH
three month period that Par- meeting and $20 per hour for extra ., ... .
through which local "' .., "
program The
malee was hired for was up Aug., 5. ..... .. .work. request was to leave the set .Published. every Thursday l' I t'0 -
fief vehicles. .
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cllrnan After'an Roy hour's Roarke'-mored, deliberation..ta, "Coun-kap".'.."...,; QII", ,J.. ma..r =ge ie'Ha.;' i-'E,acuouaLor..each.meet 4iltiltr.sp 49bEdI>pt+171.:.i'the t4I1o same$35. a'135'W Call 5'....' ':; ,.,.. ..,:,! .,.. .. IJ,.,.. ".."...". ..t'. .... ... '
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Parmalee on as a second marshal and see if any of the cars are left and con- stipulation that it did not go into effect "
the council followed unanimously. sider buying one of them. A final decision until the new fiscal budget started in Second Class postage paid at
Mayor Gordon Wadsworth questioned was made to check further into October. Starke, FloldaSubscripton. August 27
the need for two marshals.
the prices of other cars and make a
5 "If we bad one good policeman he decision at a later date. / Rates:
at tire Starke Golf and
could take care of this Job, com- Country
mented Wadsworth during the discus In other business the council: In-trade' area: $10.00 per year

: sion. $5.50 six months haven't been contacted write to PO. Box
please 44
you ,
r. j\ Councilwoman Lola Williamson .Decided to table discussion about
; \land Councilman Duane Mitzel both adding on to the city water system. Outside area: $11 per year Starke or call 964-6847 or 533-2210.
greed with Roarke about theaecessity Consideration had been made about $6.00 six months
-, of having two marshals. running water to Hampton Villas, a
'I 1 think as long as he is earning his trailer park on the outskirts of Hamp-
p. we should Keep him on," com-
nted Mitzel.In ton.Engineer Jerome Kelley, of Brown -1 I
other Police Department' and Kelley engineering in
business the council agreed to let Gainesville gave an estimate of
Hodges check at various car dealersfor $19,941 just to get the system to the
prices for a new patrol car. facility which would serve about 10
Hodges told the council that the.car residents.

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The 9.9 million operating budget of meetings; on'the( budget; is set in s d

for 1983-84 tentatively approved by each school center prior to final adoption /
the Bradford School Board will get a 'of the budget. The meeting dates .t
second going over at 11 a.m. tomorrow are: I II
(Thursday,AUK./ 11)), I
Aug. !!?work session on budget
11 a.m..school board office.
Board member got their first good Monday, Aug. 15, regular school
explantion of the new spending bill 'board meeting, school board office.
last Wednesday night..They questioned The following meetings are also
explanations and got item-by- !scheduled, all to begin at 7:30: p.m.
Item a long work session. in
Aug. 25, Lawtey. Elementary
the cafetorium.
Aug.26,Starke Elementary, In the
And, the board discussed the situation cafetorium.
In which Bradford parents living Aug.29,Southside Elementary,in
near Keystone Heights don't know' the cafetorium.
where their children will begin school Sept 1, Brocket Elementary, in
because of the policy<'aquabble about the cafetorium. '
attending an out-of-county school: ,' Sept. 8, Hampton Elementary, In
Supt.Casey has said he will refuse to the cafetorium. '
release Bradford students to KH Sept.9,Bradford]Middle School.,in r
'schools: as long as Clay officials maintain the library. -- .. ..
what Casey terms a "pick and Sept. 12, Bradford High School In
chose policy" about which studentsare the library. Fun Relaxation in the Sun.... (Photo *i lorry 0.1....,)
allowed to attend Clay schools. Sept. IS, 7 p.m., work session.on ,
'Either they. all go or none go said. budget, school board offices.\ What would be a better spot for a party than on a dock on Kingsley Lake? good spirits. Jana I
when Susan Pictured above from left to right are Joe Vallnikl, Ken Thompson
Case final That was the setting for Just that the weekend of July 3t.
public hearing on thenbudget and Faulkner and Darlene Hobbs hosted a party with good music,good food,and Godwin Dudley Hardy, Darlene Hobbs and John Valin ski.

School board members met July 30 millage levy,school board office. ,. .-
and tentatively approved the new .Sept. 19, 7 p.m.regular school
budget and tentatively established a board meeting, school board offices.In .
property tax rate of 5.5 mills. Going the meetings priorities need to be
by a Department of Education interpretation established for building projects.
of the state's Truth in Supt. Casey has included In the new Heilbron FD,Cuts Coverage..... I
Millage law, school: board members $475,845 capital outlay fund every re- Dr. Gianas & Dr.
were pushed Into approving the quest the principals made,.although to' the Bradford CoUnty -line near .
budget before they have had a chance, he said at the' Aug. 3 work session (from page IA) Keystone Heights to Include Crystaland
to really study It. everybody won't get all their wishes. Bedford areas and the Announce The
Because of the time factor,long runs
The tentative budget can be changed The board will also want to ex- Keystone Airport,east and. west sidesof ,
however, and the board has set a amine, Supt. Casey suggested,. the are a lost cause, McCarthy says. SR-100.
second work session Thursday., Aug. $53,970 transferred from the No Fire ProtectionFor From the intersection of CR-18 and Opening of Their
11,to go over it. operating budget Into the $698,000 tiThe SR-100 westward approximately. two
food service look at step- Much of County miles to SE 15th Street.
ups In salary schedules. move leaves no fire depart- From intersection of CR-21B and General] Medical Practice
A Building Facilities Team, composed ment answering calls in a large part SR-100 southward to Intersection of
i of educators from DOE and of the county. SE 43rd Street, to include Silver Lake
, other schools,has been here this week With$1.2 million In new funds In the "It just hurts me to the core to know area. Beginning August 15
! to survey school buildings and recommend budget, Supt. Casey had no trouble that somebody may have to die or lose County Gets the Blame...
, construction needs. The team balancing the new spending bill. It Is their home just to prove a point"McCarthy -
will make its final report at 11 a.m. a matter of determining where and says.Theressa. The volunteer firemen at both
!?, The. school board will listen to the how to use the new money. Theressa and Heilbron Springs blame Booking Appointmentsat
team report what new buildings state Draws in... the Bradford County Commission for
money can be spent on. Afterwards, Theressa'Fire Its action in drawing In Its.coverage
the board has set a work session to Casey has stated that$1.2 million in Department limits. "
f look over the new budget. new funds should make an Impact on. withdrew its coverage to its own area the "This action was due to the funds'
At Chairman Hall's request a series the system. last October. Since October only the department receives from the,
FD has to calls
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Theressa new the Bradford County Fire Council and
limits are: Edwards Road
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(Julietta) Canova she of the braid- family that included an older sister, Anna, &Ing on top radio shows, always featuring
ed pigtails high top brogans, white stock later called Annie on the hillbilly show), Judy's yodeling act.-and another step up that .
ings, and Imogene Coca smirk has endeda and a brother, Leo later known as Zeke). put them on the nightclub circuit with appearances -, Word soon, gotaround Hollywood ,
career in entertainment that started In There were two other brothers Joe who' at the Village Barn in Green- Judy Canova's: daughter was"a comer" !hl-,1
Starke before the 1920s, under the tutelage died young,and Pete who,not;;musically( ] wich Village. It was there that Judy's act 4 'Y the entertainment world, and soon Diana
of her musically ambitious mother. Her gifted as the others became manager and caught the eye of! big band leader Paul was sitting! lnthe'dummy'i: corner"the show on"Hollywo
long career ended Friday, August 5. with booking agent for the act. Whiteman who signed her for his national Squares Although
became it Diana to the
hit brought
the death of the comic yodeling soprano radio show never a
Anna the oldest of the Canova ,
to millions of group attention of Dinah Shore, who suggested a
who had brought laughs
1930s graduated from Bradford High School mother-daughter duet on her show .with'
Americans' in the unsophisticated 1919, but the children soon followed their From that point on,as Is the case with Judy and Diana singing"Wabash Cannonball -
and 408.Some parents, Joe and Henrietta (Aunt Retta) groups Judy's light ," one of Judy'i: favorite numbers.In .
say Judy was born in "the old Canova to reside in Jacksonville. It was brighter than the other Canovas.
Sparkman house that still stands at the there that their musical career was born stayed with Whiteman for 12 years 1980 Diana was signed for"a TV sitcom
northwest corner of Call and Church with a popular hillbilly show on Jackson- later was a regular singing i guest on .J) series, "I'm a Big Girl Now, where she
Streets. Others say the blessed event took ville's city-owned radio station, WJAX popular Edgar Bergen Charley played the part of man
"old Richarde house," still she ed daughter! LIke pothThomas'sittuuaatioonn
place in the radio show. Soon launched
From then on there was no stopping the comedies the.sertes had! a brief life but
standing on Call and Water Streets, just Canova family, always prodded onward own radio show, and In 1937 reached critics lilted Diana lor. her funny-face
east of the city power plant. During her and upward by their mother who used to peak 01 every showglrl's dream-a spot charm.
n as the hillbilly queen of radio,stage, play for silent movies In Starke's old Gaiety -' the glittering "Zieglield Follies" .
and movies Judy gave her birthplace as Theatre. She had a rousing "Charge of From there it was just another step to The Canova [family roots go deep in
Unadilla, Ga. It came out "Unadilly, Bradford and Baker sou. Of Minor-
the Light Brigade" tune for cowboys and first starring Broadway role, in County
Jawgie," in her high-pitched twang, the Indians, and a soulful "Hearts and musical, "Yokel Boy" was on can descent, Judy's grandfather George
better to convince her audience she was a Flowers" melody for death bed scenes.It and'I. In 1980. Paul Canova,.was>born In St. Augustine In
"genuwlne" hillbilly. But Starke oldtimers 1844. As a young man he settled in Sanderson -
would smile knowingly while listening to wasn't long before the Canovas Now firmly established as the and the first the radio, for they remembered Judy as thought themselves ready for New York, Queen, the next move, naturally was days Judy where he married Dlannah Green. They
the youngest (and then considered the but was New York ready for them? Apparently Hollywood where Judy signed a to boost her had 14 children, 10 boys and four girls.
least talented) of a remarkable musical; it was.! Soon they began appear- with a pioneering movie pert and Three of the brothers, Joe,.Paul and Ed
Republic Pictures, in 1940.Her a TV com later came to Starke, where they ralsIlarge ;
humor suited the mood of the times families and have many. descendantsstill \
she soon became a household. word in in this community,
slapstick comedies as in a con-
Judy died ''last Friday In Hollywood
: "Sis Hopkins, "Chatterbox, and a satirical
etUTOKlALS din' Head." Besides her busy Joining Presbyterian Hospital after a lingering
career, Judy also became a recording rehearsals. bout with cancer. Besides her sister,Anna
.' tist for RCA, and In more recent years of aspiring she is survived by two daughters, Julietta
C>f, England and Diana Canova.County' .
/ been a.guest on many television series .

Askew's Electability :

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they have to pick president from the Agent's Notebook b"Bobby L.Taylor
It's hard to believe, as reported in an 'till, ; "u ;;: :{ 5fX5TOteMult3rAWM- ,.'In ra AO lfelUfJSH :: mirt
the state that stalls group ";,11 tt btaytt; ino i1 bu.. w r {win i. r >" '' .W. 'I..| i.i ,n. -k:
that .. "
AP -dispatch,Reubio.NJ"ew..in his try for 'This' causes Brow ri.tb.asktA113hV; D9.ioc! .:::: It. .....1 nh..b .. ,-"tr" "'j J| mated101010.'in in iK:> <, }W .n t r tl"rtoT no/nil

\ former Gov. not be .Where do'the voters-get'their'sen5e'bf"; iftffV **: If-tf'' i: .' vegetable : a gallon of water. Or you could"'I' best quality seed you can find. The quality
the presidential nomination may It'' .Trio plant .the fall fertilizer like of the seed you plant could mean the difference
an ordinary
all-purpose a
but could the candidates themselves early n the, And for ,you'll have to
garden. many crops
\ Iowa or even New Hampshire, 5-8-6. Just pour about a pint of the mixture between success and failure In
? I'm not that they between starting with seeds and
x: be his own homeground of Florida. primary season sure choose Into the transplant hole when you set the' your garden so always buy good seed from
do." And that is the reason why so many starting with transplants. You can have a plant. a reliable dealer
I., According to the AP story, both successful garden either way but seeds
their candidate the basisof
Walter Mondale voters pick on and transplants both have their advan- The biggest advantage In starting directly It's also Important to buy tested seed
:former vice president "electability" rather than who can do should varieties. Our IFAS scientists test most
tages and disadvantages and you from seed is that you have a wider selection
ind U.S. Senator John Glenn of the best job.Browder consider all of these before you make up of crop varieties to choose from. Your which and recommend only those
:lOSe a serious threat to Askew in the your mind about which is best for you. garden center may have several varieties do well under our growing conditions. !
residential straw ballot planned to, says his thoughts were transplants offer is an of seed for a given crop but only one or two You'll have the best chance for suc

ke place at the Florida Democratic stimulated by watching Askew, now One start advantage with garden. Transplantsare varieties in transplants.Just :arieties your garden you'plant crop
early your vv with some resistanceis to common
i arty Convention, Oct. 2123 inv considered one of the grown in protected seed flats, or. about all vegetables can be grown Florida pests. '
Fla. Democratic contenders, spend an hour seedbeds which allow seeds to germinate from seed. The most common exceptions '
flywood. with a group of reporters recently., under the best possible conditions. Also, are sweet potatoes, strawberries and Irish You can find current vegetable variety
|V X/ren his strongest supporters admit Askew took this opportunity to chastisethe they can be started before the weather is potatoes.If recommendations in extension circular
& JBl if Askew loses this straw poll in his with really suitable for planting directly in theaarden. 104, The Vegetable Gardening Guide. It is
writers for their pre-occupation you decide to start from seed, get the available at Extension Office
So whether start own your County,
blow to you your
home state it will be a serious ,the
the mechanics of the race,"
transplants, or buy them at a gardenoonter.
his credibility as a national candidatefor preliminary polls, and the money you'll be several weeks ahead of

the presidential nomination.And 1 1 figures. He then turned the conversation "....:gardeners who start with seed. Support Volunteer Firemen, Not.Knock 'em 1

why does Askew face this threat? to the more substantive issues.. of ." Using transplants allows you to choose

Not because of lack of ability, honesty, the forthcoming campaign., \\00Iy."die best plants. If you're raising Editor, Telegraph: Due to the fact the, Legislature In
'' transplants in your own seedbed you'llhave Tallahassee has decided students
which be our
t and leadership, all of Browder reports that "...an of us left Regarding report on the discussion are
many more plants than you really your required to have seven periods per day, it lIe
demonstrated as Governor of Florida the room with a clearer sense of the need. U you're buying transplants at the of Volunteer Fire Departments (VFDs) by proposed students should attend two-

but simply because some folks have" fires that had tempered Askew's steel, garden center you can pick and choose our County Commission,some of our Commissioners ,hour. blocks of. classes..
doubts about his"electability. from what's available. Either way, you appear to be improperly. In- J.
serious man with
and the impression of a an understand
As we
can select: only the strongest and healthiest formed. far as it,students will I
for non-support of a clear .sense'of himself his be taking three classes- two hours .
Of all the reasons unusually looking plants for Jour garden. First volunteer firemen cannot use blue long :
that is the weakest and the demands that.history each and one class one hour long five days I
candidate, surely country It's'easier to start from transplants flashing lights. Blue flashers are for law
and most indefensible. And why do the might place on him if he were.to become. especially if you only want a few plants. enforcement only. VFD members may use.. 'a week semester for one three semester*different, then classes the following with 'I"

Askew-doubters feel that way? Not president. For something like.a window-box gardenor """ ,this same manner of blocking. .

because of his unquestioned qualifications "That is the kind of picture the voters transplants a very is small much!f garden more practical, patch, using than LETTERS... Do you'realize:the problems this could'
not because of,his ought to have in their minds not just of starting from seedFinsliy .* '" bring .to..you semester trying to com-'
leadership, not because of his record as Askew, but of everyone else seeking the I avoid red flashing lights under those conditions 'prebend in one what he can normally -
one of the most honest, able, and progressive r" Browder writes.; -"It takes with transplants you can and controls specified in Section have In two? U he should be absent
of Florida, but simply presidency 'seedl1n&.decay problems. than are 316.2397(3) and Section 316.2398, Florida be will miss double'tile work. If your student -
governors time to draw that picture; but it can be easier to control in a seed flat In the Statutes Is In Band; 'Chorus, or any competitive "
because the mass news media -' done probably )better on 'television garden so the see* Bhl is better for germination Second volunteer firemen In their courses: he or she will only beget",

radio, newspapers and television than in newspaper type." : and.seedling growth. private vehicles, must obey all traffic laws, ling half a year training which means com.'
have ignored these factors which shouldbe The main disadvantages 'in using even when they are entitled to use their red petition on district lessen[ levels without
the basis of any candidate's "elec- As The. Florida Times-Union com- transplants! Is that tint cost would mount up flashing lights (see Section 310.073(5)( ,Fla. preparation a [ can be squeezed
tability," and have opted to spotlight mented in a recent editorial, "Instead of quickly if you. boa .plants for a large Stat., and Opinion of the Attorney General in after:school,,However,does a condensed
candidates who have more "name talking down to voters, or demagoguing 'garden.>.Also, sonia crops are'bard to 076-231(197t 'schefulemegn a double homework loadsWe

recognition", more campaign funds,. the problems 'without having the solutions cucumbers transplant corn successfully, and,turnips,.for Beans example ,. '"Third regarding'the count 'a. liability a* parerita'are''concerned about this

and more organized support (of he (Askew) seems to Be banking' do better: if U-.n 'f gl started from seed.. for while injuries answering caused call by,the a circumstances VFD, member logic method c in doubling of scheduling.classes We In this fail manner to see any,as,

whatever kind), on the ability 0(.the average American getting the transplants the"garden, la a (speed,. by whom a dispatched, etc.) would opposed to;\ merely,adding one additional
Maybe supporting a 'candidate to recognize that the time has come for simple matter. If you're raising your own. have to be considered, but prudence dictates 'class. Anyone who would appreciate some
be fundamental changes in the w they should be ready to plant when they're that the County consider increased answers id these questions, please attend .
because of his electability might of the United Sates lour to six weeks old. 'fr"nsptsnts you buy the school board nafteiuig with us this Monday
more expedient politically and more economy a&a garden center are U1 readY to setout coverage.. evening at 7 p.m. at the School Board
profitable in terms of expected future operates. lmmediately.' ID either case, as Fourth and aside from the laws Involved .offices. V'VT .

favors, but it should not be 'the sole The politically-impartial Christian : already suggested, .select only, strong, I believe VFDmemobveers rwalrelmhdima- '.'- Bradford' Concerned' Parents ,

criteria in choosing the right man for of' Science Monitor has observed, ''At.the vigorous variety,dlsea e-rne to put plants in the of garden.If the recommended -, jority public of servants.our I am equally sure that our Game Comml. '111' Officer .
moment, the most likely come-from- Sheriff never meant to offend the VP1)'sbut ] :
fice.The of a behind possibility (in the presidential 'the seedlings pie> f in individual containers only to point out what could happen. In ,To Address KLt OA.,Board: .
in this picking removingthe
flaws soil
system moisten the that the Sheriff was only doing his .
other official, were sweepstakes) is Reubin Askew..Said plant. Some transplants are grown In sense Sgtl; Ed Sawyer of the Florida Fish it
or his
president, any out in thoughtful way one (reporter), He' got a lot of fire... e peat pellet These are inserted directly\ In-, Job and duty llll.rrilIbe guest speaker
recently pointed Browder He just might catch on.' .-',' to the soil,so don't try to remove the plants' Finally, I agree with Commissioner FXM--OA.8oard! of Director: ;meetingAll .
columnist David atloa.m. .
by front them. \ Mosley, and would add my-own feeling
observed that the frustration of can- fv' .that the VFD's are over-criticized and members of the Kingtley Lake pro- .
didates and the greatest flaw ,in our .It's. time ,to stop and consider how The best time &0'transplant right under-funded. It Is time to consider sup- pert Owners Association are invited to attend -,
of selection electable a candidate would be if all the' after a raiD,when it's cloudy,or in the late porting our VFD's. instead. of taking. .potshots ttu meeting la the Civic Center. Any
present system afternoon. Handle the plant gently encl, them weattM fish ftd
he the best at ;. on game matters
voters who thought was man may
,'is that very few voters ever really makesure you don't press In* 8 oU..too Win.A Besse t.m Be T js ed and dtatMcHit' thl*tlmat
have an opportunity to see the'candidates voted their convictions, rather than bas- tightly around the roots After you set the Starke r ,i rt I "

whole in the. round before ing their,choice on electability.It plant,carefullyTbea pour a little water into the 7' ,Sslwytnn" River Atithorfy.et .
I hoi? to settle the loll ar UIIIII ot*. %tte tlo)1 .,' : .

..: cover the wet MS* .wHftr"'dry' ,soil. -to ::AH High School Parent 'Lilt'regular futtustAl tworiody' : '/", etiig.tii, .
[;1' reduce evaporation. 3uwa ,r 'ni they
Are you aware that Rhw Authority,will be held
.9o! help transplants 1mr sofl a quick Hon fall term; Bradford Hl l Thuwday\Au4. nf at tW p.m. at the Sao'
"Start. *pply a starter \ could be faced with an entirely different dy. Point Restaurant noar BranfoM. Tim .
You can buy ready mixed or you can schedule from what they expect or'has meeting Is open to the public and all In-

that the bow and arrow.has been with u* for 60.000 ypersr,",?".1, make your own. For best results.lDiL-' been seen! In this county prdvioualyT: esiad persons are invited to attend.
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I Ronda Stern and Curtis Crawford Wed,July .16 qf' .Kings/ey/ Lake

;i i Mu>..41onda Stern daughter of!Mri': "..were h attires :.sYmilarly'hi long'peach '. th;..'cal Wae''tlteubrale&wlt fibb'lrtI'' '' Thepunclr&lUB; Was covered% with a ,
And Mrs. Roland Stem of Starke and colored crepe gowns with peach col. lace appliques surrounded by pearls. white linen cloth with a white lace ;
Curtis Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. ored lace bodice and peplum. They She carried a cascade bouquet of overlay and held a silver punch bowl. V V ':
Gerald Crawford of Kingslcy Lake, carried brass strawberry.baskets ar- peach roses, carnations, stefanotis Presiding at the punch bowl were-
were united in marriage Saturday, ranged with white and. peach.colored and baby's breath. '4k, 'H" Mrs. David Gaines, Mrs. Candl t
July 16,at 8 p.m. In the Kinglley Lake silk flowers. A reception wajTfellowship aeM'isn. ,urch Thompson and Ms. /Stephens.The Q1 a :
Baptist Church with Rev. .!Greg J y Christy Crawrord" niece ,oT the. t:,, 1 tlf I tF! ta food table was covered similarto I II
Douglas performing groom, was flower.glr4pnd'wore a Jacobsen kept th"', de'B the other tables and held two! silver I
ceremony. !
long .carried ; >mL\+ *j j five-branch candelabra;:! The-- foods ')
1 Candlelight was provided by peach a small strawbrrybasket ol(flowers. ;i : -T n tluM1of ); were served on rvQiouS lIeIrlodna: ;
colored votive candles to: crystal *\; '. The highlightthe I the receptiodjvjVhich a crystal pieces by Mrs.Donnie.EMeri: 4 _
votive cups.Each window was lighted ; 0)>:}:' bride'i' table was 'izove' .Mrs.. Billy Gnarm MrsTrBefmy: BTaV ,
with a peach votive candle in crystal: .': Chris Crawford;; cousin: of the with a'vJt te lineni\cloth with whlW ton, and Mrs. Herbert? Epp rliOn., _
Votive *
baby's breath. Two large Vases of/ hand crocheted pillow; given to the base of four adjoining cakes centered Head S.C., the couple I 14 living, at Et;. a' ',,4 ti
peach and white colored carnations bride from the family of a "German with 'single cake. The toot I layer 1, Box 311 Starke.; *" ]i"' ,
corn pleted4the setting. '.' ,' 'Exchange Student." rested on four columns i*ittt fllsmall The bride is attending JacksonvilleStcnotype ; /, /
ti, In'JackaoQViUevBeach
Christy Johns, organist'and Jinmylvarez. riage,the parents of the groom turned cake top was a' large'' fountain of studying:>gyp, beV I court F g
his care over to Ronda and the consisting 1 ,d 1r I II II IJ'
,soloist presented, a program,, frosting, flowers of long reporter. The groonM J4 employed by. F I
Of nuptial music. parents of the' bride turned her- care 'sprays sampaquita and a multitudeof the City of Starke is'a fireman.: -"-
Gerald Crawford attended hid son V iIo-C'Urtis. peach colored roses,daisies,dama The wedding was directed by Mrs.
as best man. Ushers were Steve and The'bride wore a ivory chiffonette de noche and bouquets of ribbon. The Warren Ebling with the assistance of I
Dennis Crawford, brothers, ;tel the gown ''which featured a Victorian unique -cake was decorated In the' Mrs. John Bradley Jr.and Mrs.Reg-
groom and David Galnes. i I, neckline. The bodice was adorned Philippine style by''Mrs, Reggie' :fie Underhill. Mrs. Bernard'Jacobsenjg
Robin Stern served her sister as .:,)wIth Schiffli,lace and the long bishopjBleeyesWtre Underbill.Cutting the cake were:Mrs maid of honor. Attendants bride<< jj( : cuffed in matching lace. Underhill!, Mrs. Steve Cray ors1; rs. silt, ie)I Deception. Serving as floor ,
Tracey Blanton, cousin of the l1! 1 IA full skirt.with a satin ribbon trimm- Dennis Crawford and MrS.
$usan Sapp and Laura" Harding.hey;;' ijod! ,the; chapel th train. Her chapel Crawford. 4 y j ''IInli{ Miss Suzie Alvarer. a i;. ._./
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I Carol Johnson, dM:: rk Williams/ Wed June 18 in Maxville

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weight accented full The bride's table covered with
satin by was
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson of' as best man, Ushers, were Mike Hin- gown (
Maxville announce the marriage of man, Mitch Williams;'David Sparks length lace sleeves lace ruffles on the white lace cloth and centered with a .
their daughter Carol Yvonne, to and Carl Johnson,.Jt. cathedral length train and bodice accented four-tiered cake encircled with fresh "
flowers-and flowers. Donna Fletcher Tamml
Mark Randall Williams, son of Mr. Deborah Johnson the bride's with appliqued and" "
and' Mrs. Walter H. Williams of sister was maid' our honor. Mary seed pearls. She carried a white lace Padgett cut the cake. -.j..
handkerchief and cascade of white The two-crystal punch bowls were
Lawtey.Rev. Butler was matron of honor. They
daisies, white carnations and baby'a'breath. encircled with flowers and greenery.
RT. Williams of Starke wore romance blue chiffon long
penformed Her tiara with matching ap- 'The devils' food groom's cake further .
the ceremony June 18 at 4 'gowns with orr-th -Bhoulder long
in the First sleeves trimmed In white lace. They pliques end seed pearla secured her carried' out the same theme. '
p.m. Baptist Church, ':,
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Maxville. had blue babies breath, their hair waist length veil.A Presiding at the punchbowls were ..
Highlighting the altar was a and carried pink'and'yellow mini- reception was held In the church Paula Byrd and Genja Watson. IIf",;''' ,;.t., .
'. where Mrs.Sue Burned wedding trip to St. ,.'
candlelit carnations In fellowship hall Following a ,. ,r
covered with
archway nosegay.
pink: '
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at tis
greeted the guests at the door. Augustine. the couple are residing
gladiolus, blue carnations and yellow Attendants were Tammy Williams
in the receiving line were Rt. 1, Box :317 Lawtey on Crawford
daisies; two candle trees with the Debbie Long and Bech Starner. They Standing Mr.and Mrs. Curtis Crawford
same flower and two flower basket were attired identical to the honor at* the bride and groom their parents Road.

arrangements of the same flowers. tendants.' and wedding'kept the party.bride's book.ReginlaMangham :; ; from The'Baldwin bride graduated High School with in honors 1983. Did You Know...........
'Paige flower girl'and
of was
Presenting a program nuptial
with in 1981 from
hall highlighted The graduated
music were Rose Wi ranks, organist Brian Butler and Susan Kilgore were The was groom
Henry WUlhausen,pianist and Ronnie ring-bearers. baskets of gladiolus' carnations, Bradford High School. He Is Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones and August 2 Duplicate Bridge club
Stevens soloist. The bride given in marriage by her daisies and greenery 'and' the attendants employed with' Ray's Metal Works in family of Starke and her brotherinresults were first Mr.and Mrs. Jack
Mike Williams attended his brother father wore a white chiffon over light. bouquets. : Alachua. -\ law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Russell Burdette; second-Rhea Johnson and
'...a, Olson and sons of Miami spent Friday Lora Francis; third-Lucile Green and
.. '... to Monday at St. Augustine. Marjorie Thomson.
I ; Crawford ,;
Three Parties for Karen

SR-100S. ':" Crawford and Mrs. Sue Crawford at
Miss Karen Crawford, August' 12 sages.After Karen opened her gifts the' After Karen 'opened her 'gifts', the home of the latter in Brooker.
bride-elect of Van Douglas Crawford, guests were served refreshments. Asa refreshments were served. Upon arrival the honoree, her GED TEST -
was honored at three parties recently. memento of the occasion the The hostesses presented the'honoree mother, mother of the groom and
''On July 19 a bridal sbower'was hostesses gave her the platter to her with a gown as a memento.!of, grandmothers were given silk white
given for Miss Crawford by Betty the occasion.
Allen, Joan Chitty, Patsy Lawson BndLucy everyday china. .1,ft Refreshments corsages. were served after Earn: your high school diploma by taking
Carolyn Taylor, Tonya Hodges -
Karen her
"I opened gifts.
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home of the latter. ,On'July 26 Miss Crawford was given On July 28 Miss Crawford was honoree with a can/bag opener as a The deadline for
Upon arrival the bride-elect her a\combination lingerie.'li- )",,>' CM- i honored f.t a bridal shower' in the, ineuento of the occasion. 964-6150. registering

grandmother mother mother were of given the groom daisy.cor and by; .Tammy Baldree at her home on family tradition by Mrs. Alsioe is August 18,1983. Testing dates and times |

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I Melissa/ Mayo and Richard Moore Marry July 16 in Tallahassee

Melissa Ann Mayo of Orange Park Samuel Hamilton and Steve Moore. mushroom pleated ruffles cascaded were Misses Karen Welch and Ivey
and Richard Alan Moore of Rhonda Thomas attended her sisteras down the back of the chapel length Spann.
Tallahassee! were united In marriage honor attendant She wore a full train. She wore a floor length veil of The two punch tables held punch
Saturday, July 16, at 4:00: p.m. In the length dress made of lavender taffeta sheer lace ,with a headpiece of silk bowls and finger foods. They were ,
Wesley Memorial United Methodist with off-the-shoulder detail and accented rose accented with pearls and also centered with arrangements of pink
Church, Lake City, with the with a cummerbund. She carried wore strand of pearls.. She carried a carnations, purple status and white
bridegroom's grandfather, Dr. a bouquet of pink carnations, cascade bouquet of white miniature cushion mums Pouring punch were
William H. Kadel performing the purple status and baby's breath. carnations, purple status and pink Stacey and Nancy and Carol Mang tp
candlelight ceremony.The Attendants were Tami Hall,Marcia sweetheart roses with baby's breath.A Following a ,wedding trip to t J
bride is the daughter of Mr.and McTier, Kathy Green and Carol reception was held In the church Acapulco, Mexico, the couple Is
of Park. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Jeanette Max- residing in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Dallas Mayo Orange Moore. They wore full length
Field left the bride's book. The bride Is a BHS graduate and
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. lavender taffeta gowns fashionedwith
Wedding palms and greenery were also graduated from Santa Fe Community
Duane Moore of Lake City. off-the-shoulder design and accented -
of at points of interest and the wedding College. She will be attendingFSU
On the altar were arrangements with a cummerbund. They rwt
pink carnations, white cushion mums wore wreaths made of miniature pink colors: were,carried out in .the arrangement College of Nursing.The ?
and purple status against a carnations, purple status and baby's *. In one corner were groom graduated from Columbia '
background of palms and branched breath.They carried bouquets of pink lavender helium balloons tied with. County High School, Lake City 11
candelabra. carnations, purple status and baby's matching curling ribbons. Community College and UF, collegeof t1
Presenting a of nuptial breath. The bride's table was covered witha Civil Engineering with honors and
music were Jack Bookhardt organistand Given In marriage by her father the lavender cloth: overlayed with lace Is a member of Tau Beta Phi honor
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Toigo, bride wore a traditional gown of silk and centered with a three tiered cake fraternity. He la employed by "
soloists. accented with alencon lace. and balanced with arrangements of Broward Davis & Associates of ,
Dale Pyatt was best man. Ushers The organza gown featured a Queen Anne pink carnations and purple status and Tallahassee, where he Is a civil ..l.IET' ''l'lr
were Jay Huddleston, Alan Hunter, neckline and bishop sleeves, liver candelabra. Cutting the cake engineer. ,;.,,'

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Michael Dane Stephens

I FletcherAdams Wed July 22 .
+- Mr. and Mrs. Rick Stephens an-

nounce the birth of a son, Michael l
Margie Rae Fletcher, daughter of cascade arrangement of white daisies BIRTHS Dane, born July 25 in Alachua A
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fletcher of with blue satin ribbons.A General Hospital. He joins a brother, 3
Green Cove Springs, and Gerald Ed- reception was also held at the Macy Dale, age 2.
ward Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher home where the parent of Maternal grandparent are Mr. and
Buddy Adams of Starke, were unitedIn the bride greeted the guest at the Mrs. J.T. PrevaU Jr. of Starke. )
marriage July 22 at 8 p.m. at the door and standing In the receivingline Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
home of the bride's parents with Rev. were bride and groom and the James Ryan Rosier ?i'
John Strickland of Starke performing groom's parents.! Bryan Albert Rosier Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
the nuptials.The The bride's table was covered witha W.H. Agner of Kingsley Lake and Mr.
home was decorated with blue white lace cloth and centered with a Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rosier of and Mrs.J.T. Prevatt, Sr. of Lawtey.
and white streamers and wedding two-tiered wedding cake topped witha Baldwin announce the birth of twin

bells. bride and groom. At one end of the sons, ...mes Ryan and Bryan Albert,' '
Cowart of Starke was table was a crystal punch bowl and at '.,.
Charles B. born July 26 In St. Vincent Hospital. Ashley Nicole Smith ,. ,, "
best man. the other end a silver punch bowl. The They Join a brother, Stevie, age 6. \n.Senior.
Mrs. Donald Lang was matron of wedding cake was a gift from Mrs. Maternal grandparent* are Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith of Mr,and Mrs.Richard Moore
honor. She wore a white floor length Greg Whitaker of Starke,who served Geneva Smith and Albert Smith of Starke announce the birth of f
satin dress! complimented with a blue the cake. Punch was served by Mrs. Maxville. Paternal grandparent are daughter Ashley Nicole, born Aug. 1
corsage. Robert Prout of Green Cove Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier of in ShanoI's Teaching Hospital. She Citizen Club NewsNext
Given in marriage by her father Following a wedding trip to St. Lawtey. joins a brother, Michael, age 3.
the bride wore a white lace floor Beach the couple is Paternal grandparents are Cody
length gown over white taffeta, with In Starke. Ryan Joseph Marcheie Smith of Jasper and Phyllis Clarke of
the Bradford County
lace fitted bodice, long sleeves and The groom 1* a body work' Jennings. Maternal grandparents are meeting of fellowship of our club.
Citizens Club will be Tues-
Peter Pan collar. She carried a mechanic. Dr. and Mrs. William Marchese of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rehberg of Starke day Senior, Aug. 16. There will be a covered Senior citizens have been Invited to
tarke announce the birth of a son, and great grandparent Is Lorralna dish dinner at noon. Friends and join the Prime-time mixed bowling
Ryan Joseph, born Aug. 3 in Alachua Weatherington of Jennings. visitors are invited to bring a dish and league. Bowling shoes will be furnished

General Hospital. come and enjoy the friendly without cost to senior citizens.
I He joins a brother Adam, age 3.
Social NotesDr. Maternal grandparents are Mrs.
Mary Miller\ and Palmer Lamb of

Terri Roberts, alatka.. and Paternal Mrs.. V.J.grandparents Marchese of areMr. H.Miami. l J? Did you know. .

Pate Glands, 1.
Emory L. AlfordTo ,, : Lisa
Mrs. Mona Canova of Starke and P. Graening and Betty S: Hut-
Dr. John son will receive degrees the
Wed 19
'. sister, Mrs. Blanche Otta of Seminole
Honored at PartyDr. ', returned last Thursday from University of North Florida's sum-
Mr. and Mrs. Don of Starke mer term commencement ceremonyon
Chitty Baltimore, Md where they attendedthe
Pete Gianas and Dr John announce the approaching marriageof Did know. Both wedding anniversary recep- Saturday, Aug. 13, at 9 a.m. on the
Cienkl, two new doctors In the Starke their daughter, Terri Roberts, to you tion fur their brother and sister-in University Green.
area, were honored at a cocktail party Emory L. Alford, son of Mr. and Mr*. law, Mr. and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman
Saturday night,Aug.6, at the homeof Andrew Hancock and C.L. Alford, all Chuck Williams, 1982 graduate of Mr.and Mrs. J,E. Hardy have their given by their two sons and familieson Michael Miller of Daytona Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark at of Lake City. BHS, \is appearing In "Unto These daughters and families here' for a July 30 at the home of Mr,and Mrs. spent last week with his uncle and
Kingsley Lake with co-hosts Mr. and The wedding ceremony will\ be held Hills"Cherokee,N.C. this summer. visit-Mr. and Mrs. David Mendenhalland George C. Alderman Jr aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller.
Mrs. Scott Whitehead. Friday, August 19, at the home of the He will return to his sophomore year children of Atlanta for a week and
Guests were greeted at the door by groom's parents on Plnebreeze Road, at Florida Southern College, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and family of Burge Searing and daughter, Erinof
Mrs. Denmark and Mrs. Whiteheadand Lake City. Lakeland, in Sept. where he Is. a New Orleans for two weeks. Atlanta spent the weekend with his
introduced to the doctors. The bride-elect Is a 1971 graduate of drama student. > ,mother, Mrs. Earl Searing. ,
Blue iris in a crystal rose bowl Bradford High School. M .and Mrs.Pat Welch: were vacationing &
centered the hors d'oeuvres .table Mr.Alford Is a 1966 graduate of Columbia .. Mrs'). Cecelia I 'mmr.-*- at Crystal 1,River,romFriday itra.; W.M.te 'and'H-Y children* of St. "I' Questions
which was covered with a powder County High School and Lake ed from Country Club Mates to 208 to Monday. < Meng to
blue linen cloth. Silver appointments. City Community College. Bradford Drive (Bradford Villas.. ), : Of- Petersburg spent E.L.Friday Matthews Tuesday and
her father
with ,
Herbert Thomas
and Mrs. .
were used. corner Bessent Road. .i Mr., -
At points of interest in the party 1 t spent the weekend with their family, Mrs. Paul Meng returned
of daisies; BurchetteTurnerRehearsal Kathleen McNeely and with them for the remainder of the
rooms were arrangements Cherie Farmer of Brooker has daughter,
hanging baskets and plants were usedon DinnerMr. recently returned'' from Gainesville daughter, Michele, in Lakeland. On week.

the porch and deck area where where she attended her training as a Saturday they celebrated Mrs. last week .

cocktails were served.Introduced. to .and Mrs. R.V.Turner and Mrs. Supervisor for House of Lloyd: I 1 Thomas' birthday at EPCOT.Mr. with Jonathan Brian Ferguson Dobbins, son spent of Mr. and
The doctors were approximately .
80 people between the Janet Turner entertained at a dinner and Mrs. R.O. Dansby and Mr. Mrs. Fred Dobbins in New Port :
hours of 8 and 10 p m. party Friday night Aug. 5, at China Mrs. Ann Brown and sons.Gill and and Mrs. Rodney Hall were vacation- Richey. Brian is spending this week .
Dr. Gianas and Dr. Cienko will be Restaurant, for their Burchette son, Brant Palmer of Americus, Ga. are Fran ing at Gatlinburg, Tenn. last week. here with Jonathan. Mr. & Mrs. David
fiancee, Karen following Hodges
out of the new Whitehead her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
practicing building behind the Community Bank. the couple's wedding rehearsal.The Palmer, Sr. at Kingsley Lake. Registration for beginners bridgewill
buffet table was centered by a be held at the Starke Woman's

silk summer arrangement.The Mir., and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and 'I Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopson enter- Club on Tuesday Aug. 16 at 7 p.m.
S 23 attending Included the wedding family leave Thursday for their new tained at a double birthday party Sun- Classes will start on Aug. 23 at 6:15. QUESTION: -' .

/ The Gerald CraWfords party, the couple' parents .and assignment at Maxwell Field, Ala. day at their lake home on Crystal pm. What
i is "Bulldar't Risk"Insurance
i out-of-town guests. after a months visit with their Lake for their son, Chris, who was 10
Host DinnerMr. The honored couple presented giftsto parents,Mr, and Mrs. R O. Dansby in years old and for Renee Lutwig, 16, Weekend guest of Dr. and Mrs. ?
their attendants during the dinner. Starke'and Mr. and Mrs. Edward :o daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Sam Lutwigof H.H. Adams were his brotherinlawand
and Mrs. Gerald Crawford Davis in Gainesville. : Melrose -. sister, Mr. and Mrs. R.R Tur-
nipseed of Atlanta.They all attendedthe ANSWER: .
entertained at a dinner party July IS ,
at 6 p.m. at the Kingsley Lake Baptist Mrs.Pamela Mascl ". 1 wedding of Martha Grooms and If you're building n ,
Church Hall for their Bernie Dandridge in Jacksonville.on
Fellowship son? home, the Insurance you .
Curtis and fiancee, Ronda Stern, Learning Center TeacherSt. Saturday.
before the couple's wedding rehear A gift to save would carry on the house
Mark's Early Learning Center Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley of Knoxville while under construction Is

sal.A buffet dinner was served. The (formerly St. Mark's Preschool\ Tenn. are visiting Mrs. J.H. called "Builder's Risk".
guests were seated at tables covered pleased to announce the appointmentof precious memories Moseley this week. With this
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with peach colored cloths\ with peach Mrs.Pamela Masci as -
colored decorations.Over new Lead Teacher. Memory Mount Photo Albums by Hallmark fea- Julie Ferguson spent Thursday and you are : protected'
40 friends and out-of-town Mrs. Mascl. a Certified Teacher Friday with Joy Vellenga in Brooker. fire wind '
relatives enjoyed the dinner. who moved recently to Florida, ture unique cover designs in styles to suit every ---L ,against ", storms, .
formerly taught Pre-First Grade in taste. They're refillable and hold any standard vandalism and other haz-
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Softball '.
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her teaching at St. Mark's include ,. t
dog lunch on July 21. The team was dance and drama. '': ,I us. -
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given a cake made by Camille Space is quickly filling up at St. i/ ",'" '
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pool party on Aug. 1 with 20 children CHURCH OF GOD !-7:30 ."1':30.i QGA..A 171;; I
enjoying an afternoon of swimming.Hot 422 N. 8t Ctolr 9845443Waltir ,, )1M3_.......Ontt too. r UeaM saxM *. M M J L ---.."..v. IATKINSON'S

dogs were served followed by a F. Moats Pastor
cake decorated by Sharon Combs of a We Invite you to worship with us. '

baseball player in the Peeps uniform. a........ NwMqasafay
The team, mothers, brothers and ... The Office Shop 'tW ,
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sisters all enjoyed the occasion which Waraaip . .. -- Home' Health Care130A '
Rastas 'i
was given by coaches Patti Modesitt Em**Srak .". apt Q11.. W. Call 964-5J64;., ..: .

and Rose Smith. Wsdasday. Tril. .. .. ..... 7:3.m ,, :... .. W. t, Call,S4r..t *Stark: *.,,.Florida,.. :,',:

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"Where everybody somebody and Lord" &

Vacation Bible School .
Sunday larval:* Rentals ,

4 Bible Stories & Crafts \ 1 0:00Iu,",,,School '+":t* r 'Nesl. -: ;
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Aug. 15-19---9 pm 11:00 sat'Morning! Warship ,if," >
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Tuesday night for youth special and adults ,, ": Worship \"t"WtdMldaV .: ;, .ITAr +IUlreasel FREE ) UVEFlt'sE1'UP

t* bo brought by,8horttlCtonn ", '.e 7:30 iW-IW-Wwk Prayer Service ;,: OmElCOlCElTUTIII 7 Days A,Week
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News"by i: 'Ii. A zc ,

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:>I.,*!""' 'their+ '1" .' heWtpnrnl; find
; I. .., ElinbethTerry parents} MtI. 'sometime with f Mr and Mrs.:'Joey Bennett are the
phone 782-2300, and Mrs. FJeam Starling. Mrs. Lester Walker. : proud parents of a son, Matthew Jordan of I-uwtcy visited\'Mrs. Wilma WainWright Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr., Mr. i
PERSONALS: Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Kersey of Mr. and Mrs. David Jansen of born June 27 In St. Vincent's on Sunday after attending the and Mrs. Raymond Durban and family
Jacksonville dinner family night rand opening of Or.mond's of Starke Mrs. Bettie
were Wednesday Gainesville were Sunday dinner Hospital Williams and
Henry Hodges and daughter,Sarah, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston guests of their cousins Col. and Mrs. year 'old brother, lie.joins Maternal a 2'4 Shop }n the Oaks Mall In Brian of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
accompanied by Kathy Sumner went and their mother Mrs.Wordle Melton. William Wilson. He was the*guest grandparent Kyle. Gainesville:; where Mrs. Wainwright's Richard Durban and sons of Madison-
to Disney World on Thursday,July 28. Miss Ann are Mr. and Mrs. Carl granddaughter, Lisa Durban I is the ville,
Margie Denman,' speaker At the Presbyterian Churchin Edwards of Brooker. Paternal Ky Bud Carter, Mrs. Vickie !
When they returned they were Melrose, Mrs. Sandy GusUffson at Starke on Sunday.: jI,., parents are Mr. and Mrs Buster grand- manager. Lisa previously served as Johns of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.
welcomed home by Kay's mother, Pensacola, Miss Betty. Fishburn, Christopher and Courtney Dougher nett of Lawtey assistant manager of Ormond's Shop George Seeley and family of Lawtey,
Mrs. .Fay Sumner.Mr. Lawtey and Mrs, Robin ty of Denver, Colo, are visiting their Mr. and Mrs Benton Futch of In Regency. Square Mall In Jacksonville Mrs. Ruth Matchett of Orlando
and 'Mrs. Sidney Campbell of Denver, Colorado, 'lunch tnthe aunt Mrs. Wendl Smyth in Atlanta, Starke visited their George Williams Marvin Williams of
Clearwater' spent several days with :Steak House Saturday. It was a get Ga. on their way to their grand- Elizabeth Terry,on aunt Miss Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durban and Hampton, Mrs. Nell Mann and
their brother-in-law and slater Rev. together for friends. Sunday afternoon'before sons of Madlaonvillo Ky. are visiting daughters,
parents, Col. and Mrs. William they plan to leave for school 1 Tammy and' Joy of
and Mrs. James Tompkins. They Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harris of Wilson. They will attend.school this Graceville for the fall term. in Mr and Mrs.. O.J. Boyette, Jr. this Brooker, Hal Williams and daughter,
returned home on Sunday. Starke were Sunday dinner guests of winter in Starke '"i1! Mrs. Flossie Rosier week Jessica and family of White Springs..
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crap e and son their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mr. and Mrs.: Oscar Vanzant of 'afternoon with Mrs. Arnie spent Abstain Tuesday of The Jake' Williams family had a Mr. and Mrs. Danny Williams and son I
Michael were Sunday dinner guests of Teston.Mr. Callahan were Tuesday dinner guestsof Mlcanopy. 1 family reunion at Lake Butler Sunday of Raiford Mr and Mrs. Wayne Mat- 1
their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren and ions their brother-in-law and sister Mr. Pat Brown Denise Durban of at the Training f Center. Those attending chett and son Peter of Satelite Beach
and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and family of 'of Denver, Colorado are spending and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. f Jacksonville and Elaine were: Mr.. and Mrs. William Angela Cheryl Boyette and Chuck
Highland. Durban and family of Lake Butler. Oriley of Gainesville.
Miss Sandra Tompkins of Starke

was a Sunday dinner guest of her AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
parents Rev. and Mrs. James Tom-
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Need
their brother, E.L. Kelly Sr. of ?, regular prescriptionrefills
Regency Convalescent Home,
Gainesville, Tuesday.. They also ?
visited their sister Mrs. Thelma Kelly
in the nursing home the same day. Come to Eckerd Drug. Compare our prescription price with what
Our prayers are with them both. you are paying now. Bring your prescription to Eckerd, a
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore of name you can trust for quality and low prices.
Jacksonville took their mother, Mrs. N ___t
Fred Moore, to a belated birthday
dinner at the Steak House on Thurs-

day night. Y / i / "
+, Mrs. Vicky Revels and sons, Dewitt
and Brett of Gainesville
were Sunday
dinner guests of their grandparents, TOOTHPASTE't.4Oz. vos MAX FACTOR
Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan.Mrs. AQUA-FRESH SHAMPOO PAH-CAKE or nsx_ ,_
Henry Carter and daughter 18-u.iims PAN-STIK DEPENDS
Mrs. Thomas N. Curran and sons MAKEUP UNDERGARMENTS
Nick and Matthew, Mrs. Jerry Mark
and sons Paul and Patrick 119 BUFFERED ASPIRIN i! sea N
returned to raett" Limit2 37's; 3" s*s IS* %
Columbia, S.C. on Thursday after MTTU If IS* Limit 2
spending several days with their ..-.r s an 119 Compare to HIM ASSOMUT irt ....4.88
mother and grandmother, Mrs. Price reflects cents CI Buff rlni Limit 2
Flossie Rosier.They will go to Cherry off label. Limit 1
Grove Beach for a week before returning SILKIENCE DOUBLE EDGESCHICK cmt: : !:) CRYSTAL

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Broyles and sons ,ti HER ..CCIf.: LlOUID'-
of Jonesboro Tenn. spent a few days I. inn* : Schick 11<<. WATER
with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and .. wIlllSIMETHICO". 14AUMHERSHEY'S
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family and their aunt, Mrs. Hester l' 179'T
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Hicks. While there they went to 119 3
Disney World and Daytona. Limits packs I /
Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Starling and CHOCOLATE. KISSES -_ i- I Compare' .to II I Limit 1
1B-01. Mf.2.7. Mylantal
family of Bryceville were Saturday ,

199 FRANKLIN '1." ROUND" /


MUNCH Crtrrtreh GRILL ti ,
\ Includes 205E FREEl a 42.
Limit 2 s... 7T ,JKuilch a'es.N ERASER MATE 2 3 /

Llmil 2 -...-....-.. 3 grid levels., *. 1.7e
by Elizabeth Walker' DIAL Folding legs. '
phone 964-6683

The board members of the Concerned ALUMINUM
Citizens of Bradford County, :: ALMOND ta. 1 SHORTS FURNITURE REPORT
Inc. would like to extend an invita- ",. Mf.I.4* CHAMBM.
tion to each of you on Aug. 13 at the If ..3. Y ...-__. '247 .14... COVERS
RJE; gym for a "Come Together ,
17)1"'I.ts h."
Day'; celebraton.the 3 ...., ,.. ... .. .. :.::1I\ ,
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noon, Parade of Music.
Noon Lunch.
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2-4 p.m.., Talent Show with cash <.rui3.*. ..... 299 9 CMAHICAl/ ...."W r
We are looking forward to your ttLIVE )77

presence in making this event a suc- LIQUID DETERGENT __ .SCHOOL SCISSORS'
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Pleasant Grove United Methodist :" \ CLEANSER COOLER 00
Church la sponsoring a Vacation BI- .', 13M.M. a CHEST 2 / 1 -
ble School session Aug. 9-11 ft 12, ,i' J s sPA. '.08 ,011 .... ,... ra ,
6:30 p.m. each evening. Friday night / .
there will be a spaghetti supper at Limit 2 ', 790 1488
8:30. Saturday the group will spon- .. '"
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; An Evening of Magic with Jeff Arnold TUMBLER or 5-SUBJECT
*\ of Gainesville is set next Saturday 15.2..5. PULSATING NOTEBOOK
". ;Aug. 19,at 7 p.m. In the Bradford. 9 J1M19 )j rw SPRINKLER /

High School auditorium. .eM; iM7......... .1..3..3

All proceeds will go to the Youth 788 200-sheet notebook.
Department of the Starke United Wlrebound
Penecostal Church, the sponsoring D-CON tolls SCENTED / dictionary.
organization. The funds: will be used FOUR GONE titolr tet VOTIVE CERAMIC
to Church Pastor Eddie -- SHAKESPEARE 495 VALIANT
according CANDLES
Hoosier. for Such things as: ROOM FOSSES I SPINCAST HOT POT.
t-j 7.9.05gas.. J.M ; ::=sues COMBINATION 1418.... as I

1 1Helping: children go to summers 'I M.M.M
:camp. : :288 '. 5J.1OO' 99

: Warm soups lootDetachable
*-To fielplnnlisionarfes'of the church"purchase cord.

cars, airplanes, boats'
necessary to carry on their: work.

-To help the church's orphanage.

the Tupelo Children's. Home in

".'Tupelo. ...*.* Miss. EVEREAOY 60
-To the Mo 'Memorial of the "AA" or 8-VQLT' VIP PRO tit ,
church to help wives of missionaries TUll8DIIYEIII
buy;appliances such as washing BATTERIES a : ii iiE
machines.Fowlert'xesco4t. -
.o/t/ '; '.. ; drrt/1irE iiayttse Ni& BASF AUDIO GALAXY 20-INCH 1

\ 99 :: ..... ........ CASSETTEBLANK "BOX FAN GALAXY 4*

"". amReunion.*: *'--,' :,., "_" .-"'....;', ,";;; .,.. ,y 'MOIF,/Lb.M TAK 1 gas s aspfto O7D/C71J. ...*.. PERSONAL. FAN... ... ,i
.;: i' x'11I ..... 4-p.ohof"AA"of' .a thw...fleet .-. 611.1I ,
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.,, yourself tor a : 831. { .-, :,

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TWO Moonshine LITER Soda 99C PARADISE Salad.Olives too. RQ*\"?,<; Celery!! . .,_49 CRISP Radishes RED .. .. 2 '2129"

Hunts Ketchup ,*a $119 BOTTLE Del I Monte Catsup. .a_ $1J1. CALIFORNIA 9artiett, Pears, .' .:..:.fi' 59.. .* ,FRESH Boiling GREEN Peanutsp.- .2J1-..,.-
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Sports Briefs

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Runners< should be getting, ready for Summc
Fun Run.... "

Interested runners should be preparing for the 1983 Summer Fun Ri
:!: coming up September 10. Originally the run was set for August 13, but wi
bJMjiwl1 changed because of the Jacksonville Beach Run on that date.
1 14r 1I This year the run will coincide with Community Appreciation Day whit
U s Will Include a hot air ballon, band,.and free,hot dogs and cokes from 10 a.n
w c,, to 1 p.m.., .
The course will be In the Edwards Road area and will be circular this yea;
Instead of out and back which was tried last year and was opposed by man
of the runners
Some ISO runners are expected In the run sanctioned by the Bradfor
Association for Retared Citizens. Race time will be at 9 a.m..
There will be races,one for 9.2 miles and a one mile run.Both races will b
I timed by age group for both men and women. "
i'F AP SicHfns are vitabte locally through race coordinator Mrs. Beast
.y s o G52th.nd! at the T11*!*. Community State Bank,and Sunshine ACrelTrophtee
will be awarded to first place winners in various age groups"
overall trophies will go to the top male and female finishers in both races

Ben Moxley 111 Named Head Coach.....

Ben Moxley 111, former teacher and coach: In Bradford County has bee
appointed Head Football Coach at Hernando High School In Brookavill
Florida. '

"J ," Moxley will be replacing Dub Palmer,who Is retiring. ,
Moxley, with eight years of coacMng experience, was assistant footbal
..,. \\J.- {.::.l.t ....... coach at Hernando School last '
"" -" -- -------- High yeaf.

Crackers Finish Number One..... McGriff and Foster 5th, in Tournament...

The Crackers were the leaders of the T-baD. league In Starke this season 01 the T......... ''Jerry McGriff and Cheryl Foster finished 5tb out of 12 teams in the Ltptot
The Crackers from Front row-Andy Redding: Mitch
with an 8-, record. Although.In the night garnet ending the season last week Ames Michael Santana are Trent left-to-rlghtt Patterson and Chris Tomllnson. Back rww- mixed doubles sectional tennis tournament at Sawgrass In Jacksonville July

second The Zonkers place Rascals and Peeps beat battled the Crackers It out for 3230.third place with the Zonkers edg- Robert Hewett and Damlen Clark.Ames Robbie' Basielt. Sarah Gn".. StephanieSellers The 30. team won the first round by default after being postponed by rain.

ing 23-30 over the Zonkers.Those two team's pictures will be In the next issueii Christy In the second round quarter finals McGriff and Foster lost &-32 U,
Frank Sica and Mary Ann CUlbertson of Ormond beach. That pair dn lbec
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-- : third lit the tournament overall after losing&-1,&-1 to Terry Miller and Sandi ,
.Irwin, the eventual winners.\ '


ra G Turn in tournament information..'.. ," l' ,

M U your loftball team is planning on playing in a tournament during the r
sander of the summer please contact Larry Ogleiby at the Telegraph so,
r can get In the newspaper. .
Scores,standings and leading hitters will be listed in the Telegraph if the t
formation is turned in by Tuesday afternoon. '
Any other sporting events that you know of can also be turned in at .u.
Telegraph. '

:- 'Starke Gator Quarterback Club to for.the

The "Starke Quarterback (Jub'"will be meeting tonight first
of the_110II.
w 4 The Club ls a Gator booster club that meets every. Thursday' night beforeUniversity
of Florida games. *
E This Thursday night Gator fans are urged to attend a chicken dinner at the
wr Hall from the National Guard Armory on Edwards
ks f American Legion ,cross .
r moThds-meeting starts at.:30 p.m.and the dinner will,begin around 7:30,p.m..
Cost to Join the club is$25. ,

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Bradford QiiarferbacfcClub+ ; to Meet.:.. ;. ''r.r. -(*,-

Tbs Bradford:: Quarterback Club wUl be meeting neliTTh'uraJaynigKi; \ at

the field house, beginning at 7:30 p.m.. ." / '", ,.t
Head Bradford High Coach David Hurse urges all parents of football
tl a4 players and anyone else I interested in BUS football to attend the meeting.

Rascals Finish Second..... Adklns Dewitt Revels, and William Huggins. Back row-Lee Ann C.rt.....
I Davis Jason Carver.Kevin Green. and Road Runners Attend Camp....
: Rascals took second place In the league with a S-3 record. They are from Shaun Burgln, Kyle Wynn. Robert
left-to-right: Front row-Randy Kllby, Allen Thlgpen. Kelly Trimble. Adam Chris Crawford. lei Bradford Road Rummer Club members attended a six day running camp
at Camp South Wind in Ocala, *'*-'.A. '/
The six day camp made a heavy concentration on conditioning for lie up-,
d ,taming: running season. It Included three sessions, each day, clinic instruc-:
BHS tion and swimming conditioning i :: /i', :*;'
I Offense "I'
Boost ,
to '' '
Experience .
Speed : ,
.* Ceramics Class to Re-open.... ;>

... will begin Heading the Tornado offense will be, jury incurred during spring practice. Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns' ceramics class will be opening Monday.Aug. 29,'
ninth graders ,
and "
"We've got more speed and experience ally will > Sfc. '.tI-1f,
'Junior Robert Carver at quarterback.Not expect that he be ready to at the Old Armory.
In the backfield than we August 22. commented *':t f evening sessions will be at 7 p.m. and the Wednesday morning
has go, Monday .
of the team's ex- big S'B, 140 pounds. Carver '
combination SASS ,
five brag- pounds .. '
have had in the last years win .
and the fact that BHS Is the experience and speed to make.up Brad Russell session will start at 9 a m.
ged ball Head coach Bradford David Hurse High varsity,one week foot- perience ranked class 2A this season should for it, according to Hurse.Speedster also be returning, to play at. ,wing, .. .

before starts. prove make an exciting season for the Eric'' Lane 5'8 and 155 back. Shannon Cross"Country to Practice... .' ,:' -
practice pounds will be holding down the running Michael Early' and King Begin, \; .
Monday offensive Hurse line-up.went over A close-up the com-of Tornadoes.Eight of the 11 positions on offense back spot.Lane was also a starter will be battling it,out for the tight-, end The Bradford High cross country'team will begin work-outs4' Monday,

the plete defense will be In the next issue of will be filled by last season's,starters' last year and made It to state com) spot" Senior Tommr'Johnson; 200 August IS at 11 a.m.. '* / \ ,; ,
barring slow recovery of knee injuries petition in track 6'e ; Cross country Coach George Loper incourages' all participants to meet at
the line at ..
Telegraph. the front
will anchor ,
andfullback &'11 and 195 pounds pounds '
Cribbs Oliver the for
for the varsity begins of guard Wayne Tyson Bradford Middle School gym practice.:
Fall practice from knee InPAUL'S ,center. "I think he will be one of the
has been a
Monday,August 15 and the junior var Oliver Tyson.: recovering best,or best center in this area"says, .#

... Hurse. "
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190 pounder Samy Tyson and 260 Practice to Begin 'at 9 a.m.. Sharp....; .

I secured pounder the Donald tackle Thornton positions. Both have Coach Hurse commented that practice'win start a!9 a.m. sharp Monday

r I were starters last season. Aug. 15. He also stated that players should have physicals befroe' reporting -
Only one of the guard spots Is cer and that they should be prepared to run two miles. football.but '
I Lain with S'10. 100 pound WayneCribbe House also stressed the importance of anyone that plans to'play .
DRIVE-IN filling it. has never played BHS needs to contact him this week. Those needing
BUS has the experience on "the first to contact him Include ninth graders transfers. and anyone that has neverplayed
blatoon offensively, but as Hurse Indicated before Birth certificates will also be needed. ,f i t tt

Starke 964-5498 "we are hurting for depth."
418 W. Call Street -
"We, have a lot of work to do, \.
because we did very little this summer U

Watch for New Name Change ," commented Hurse. Hume had Tournaments Do Not-Affect -
urged players to participate in weightlifting
COMING SOON'Under programs during the,summer f
but it was the wont turn.out in years ,' *"". U i.

NewManagement according, The, kicking to Hurse.game should' U be.. a Local Fishery,Rescourses "

bright spot for BHS with two starters ,

returning., John David Francis will Results from a recently completed! year period when' compared'' wit
specialize in field goals and punting study by the Game and Fresh water tournament statiittlcs compiled pric
Braswell with be the kick off
and Rick Fish Commission Indicate that bass ,to 1978 according to the report.
,man. tournament,fishing In Florida does Chapman also found Florida tow
will be asked to Join
JOE ADAMSis Sophomores Invitation ,not ba'Alaa adverse impact state's nament catch rates were within th
the vanity practices, by fishery rescources.. usual 0.1 to 0.3 bass per tour nation
Data for the report were collected average and that professional con
back in the depth Is at the tackle position. "from Information received fishermen as ,
Dry Besides the: two starters".Jamie through. ,petitlve a group an
Allen'' the Commission's tournament permuting if any, more successful tha

Cleaning & Laundryingbusiness. ; f 'Whitehead.Stokes, Mark Robbie Davis Billy Boone Roberson, "This system.system was originally ,the'Since average angler competitive" flshln
and Sullivan will be
Hill Percy
Tony developed in 1975 to identify in-, represents only a small part of tots
,,. i .back-ups. tecnylely fished areas and to deter bass fishing pressure,any claims the t
mine If there was a need to restrict or tournaments have been responsibl I
We will give you fast,, dependable service! 'At guard Craig Falxtraux, 'BW, regulate bass tournaments," according for overflshing In| Florida appear un n
,Try Us, You'll Like Us) Rehburg..and Tim Dudtag will be to Fisheries Biologist Phil Chap- founded,", Chapman said.- ,
competing ,for the other,guard posh man. Chapman and fish management The commission Issued at least 5ft t'
Joe has, over 15' years of experience and wantsto :tion. specialist Wes, Fish; prepared; the 'permits for basi tournaments between I
Back-ups for tight!. end will bn Chuck; ms and 1882. according ti
& 'alternations Ooodoww and Gordon 3mlth., ,\ *: '"'Ssjtor areas at' "concern included": Chapman.,These Included only than
do your dry'clea laundering Frank Long will be playing split tad the jjSssrtilUy of ov rharvest',orAMMfve 'tournaments were either 50 or mort
and baefc-up for Carver at quarter' impact on fishery resources fishermen were charged an entry fei .
: .baskBetismry. will b*another :a i5 potential conftieta.with 110I1tourII8ment -' 'Of tie or more 25 or more boats wen
,.... '. ChaprnanrBased used or prizes exceeded *
SERVICE back-two .er. flahermen 1000.
1 DAY t
*y min Tony Owris and Gerald Brown are' f
back and ,e tournament catchbstatistics Tltty igbl Percent t ,
bsMno, Lane at running ''o n aU permitt
9 out' 5 BarryWwrren,is behind.,tyso. stThereto .. Chapman concluded: that ,tournaments were held In thraemaJo "
by am by Tv j :; : o early concerns regarding' the; ., ,areas'of the \,tate: The at, jShu
: = I a three-way:! hustle between'Prr ti"'lmp.ct of success for River 'sy.tenq including Rodtnai p
l" .- wffIold.Robert Bellamy and' ,largnmouth bans remain unfounded Reservoir the Xlssunmce 1 cham-oi J
:.. \ Randy Balkham for the wide out posh la an major tournament areas, catch; takes ami;; Lake Okeecbobee; aster
,.. fates! have! .increased in the pease five ding to Commission! records..

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..._.... _. '; '' ,r/ :. &. '.... August 11, /983 TEl.EGRAPH Page HABrooker ; h

I J. !t .[v,, _, wl2g !P1L 9Celp: t Own, Water System Iii

I'- .' '''''''-' y '.' '
Brooker: will loon be$3Z50.oo cffoier-;'.k"paJWl' "- -. ..." of I i inext
"- !
to owning Its water system with the Why: should I pay my bill if i "I don't see any reason to give it ballfield there by next year" said council meeting on September i' ,

1983 payment to the Farmers Hotntf' a dozen who are late with the. back with it being out here said Keene of the Association's plans 13. and the final budget meeting Is ?. '

Administration month. being paid tb1if That' '//discrimination,"- said : the', Councilman Gene Melvin. With a successful year theAssoclatlon !scheduled for.September! 22. 41
llnfan, Gene Melvin. "Its The council agreed to have the ended the season with a surplus -1
The payment la being made from you to cut off someone's water, clerk contact the farmer's market of about $1000. said Keene. However Clerk Robinson \ "
the Water System Sinking Fund. sometime. )'""'.. got to reach l by about stationing the truck inside the he did ask the council to help in get everyone to be present encourages so that
Responding to user complaint the ..1--...... : compound and also a
.. to talk to a local ting better lighting for the field saying quorum could the
council approve budget i
decided 8.9
to begin a twice- ,$ building owner about renting a "You don't have enough lights there within the time limits. p
monthly line flushing schedule begirt 'Photocopier.Bought ', 'be' ,; garage for It. The truck; on loan from to play baseball at night." I f;

nlng Monday Aug. IS. The For City Hall Use Bradford County, had originally
maintenance program was approved I belonged to the disbanded Bradford Bids to be AskedOn
for two months and will be evaluated Jerry Alderman sales .g'T' County Volunteer Fire Department Old Store Dangerous
City ContractsWith
during the September meeting. tative for International Copy Children Play There II I
Members ducts Inc: of Ballfield the up-coming: time for bids on
expressed an Interest la Upgrading An old store In Brooker caught the I
having'the work done only,once-a* demonstrated for the Now Under several city contracts the council attention of the council based .
month U It was adequate in order to Toshiba BO-3701 copier .He ; decided to ask for a two year term for ugliness and the danger on I
save the town money. the town a special price.oUJ,. President of the Brooker Athletic the agreements. To be advertised for playing In It. of children -> ,'
put- !
purchase the Association Jake told the the new will be the Class C j'
"The people pay for it,. and they machine. '. Keenel year "The old store is a '
council the A in disgrace to
deserve good water," said Councilman ,Robinson Indicated at the the process operator for the water system, the Brooker" said Gene ,I
time she had of changing the ballfield to meter reading the Melvin while j
Gene Melvin. to either go to Conform contract garbage Linda
Robinson told the
Late Lake Butler to have a to Dixie Youth League stan pick-up and the dump station council that
water bills surfaced again, copies '. dards "Children play in the old store." i
This includes the base
coat 10 cents paths
with Council Chairman C.J. Stalnaker> apiece. Present at the
as well meeting were
copier In as Installing higher fences to :
the'city hall
telling Clerk Linda Robinson ". 11 Linda
could be protect players and from Budget Work Set City Attorney Roger
made available to spectators :
: 100 :
back percent" In
you. .. dealing with. members /* stray throws and hits For Blinn and Councilmembers Joe
other governmental ". "We're going to have a nice little September Meeting Tolleson Gene Melvin,C.J. Stalnakerand
The budget will be delved into at the Claude Prescott.

I Legal Notices---: : /1 .* .. i'' i'l'

,., .\ .,. .a. >. -" -- -
NOTICE! or a, final lodgement of anal I fo-wlti > dividual bid '
properly j on one r \
Of INTENTIONTO foreclosure entered In i 1971 Oldsojoblle' or alt schools.may. _,' '" TO SHOW PROPOSED

REGISTER the obove-captloned action 4-door. ..Di" No. Successful bidder must ',J' ': "oiJ/ir"/ ZONING CHANGE t
FICTITIOUS NAME! I will.II the proper, 336691 R1 07940At provide suitable can for c,

ty situated In Bradford ; will to be placed In at
th property of the
Pursuant la Section 'County, Flwidotdescrib..d '! above named defendantand each location. Failure to a f L J
843.09, Florida Statute,. o.: that the keep can wash area ,.; / "vtsatw.r,
notice li' hereby given South Right Half of of Way Lot lf and Except 15th day of on August Monday 1983: clean shall be ground 10 II I I n I J NOTICE

that the undersigned' at. oclock on told for voiding award with 6i _.Sf. '

Owner Warren FAR''D. Fletcher Rental,, copt North Right SO feet of Way of lot of 30 Section Ex., day the one Bradford on tale' premise County Jail;bf': no' Interested return .., money.persons "9 re//r I II I se 1 mode STARK application ZONING to AND the Starke PLANNING Zoning BOARD and Plan.ho Back to School

IB, Township S must hove bid at the CIII.'NU".. Board for reciasslflcatlon/ of the
I will offer for sole. and ning
'Ing.; (08 Central ...
.South. Range 22 East a* Bradford County School described below from RIC 11 I to R-1D. This proBargains.
II.L Sb.hlphe.t j I
Avenue, Crescent City, bidder! I. 11 J J
per map or plat of '
Board AdministrationBuilding classification It residential' classification Locally
Fl 32012,.sol. owner, doIng Woodlawn recorded In for cash In "(sand. the Mso w' posed a
not later than 'r conventionalhouse
I will allow mobile home
buslnes under the Plot Book No. 1, Pag. 17, above described property .M, IS e At
\. 7:00 P August k L' I I to 1' on 7,500 sq. ft. The proposed area I I.
firm of PUTNAM, Public Record of ty sold defendant'
MEDICARE name SUPPLIES 107E. County, Florida"Bradford containing MHsfy the aforesaid Execution. 1983. Send bid to y tea.'. 1 ...... s.._. North of Brown!.. Street, East of Railroad and The Office
Dolores Coordinator
Morgan. West of Oak Street The lie In Section
rr property
West Edwards Rood 3.496 acres, more cL I Shop
: Bradford County
orl less.at Dolph I. ReddishShdlff 21 and 28 Township 6 South Range 22 East and
Starke, Florida
School Food
... public sale' It shown on the area map below. 118 W. Call St. 1.I
to the ,
Intend to register said I t i North Temple Avenue, \ er ,
highest and best bidderfor 'Bradford County r \ This change In classification I I. subject to a Starke
fictitious under the ark.. Florida 32091.
name .s ':,
aforesaid .. cash at the easternmost Florida 3/012tchg8/11 r r ra public hearing to be held on Thursday August 864-5764 '
Ita"" front door, of the 7/2)'dtfhg) '/,11 s tw.tMSr. 25, 1983 at 7:30: P.M., In the Council Room In theStarke
Dated this th of
day Bradford County Cour- .. City Hall on Thompson Street Storke, .Gorfleld
August., A.D.. 1983,, In- ('house it1 Stark.. FloridoY.: '' -'- -" ', '..I, -L Florida Al this time all persons Interested hall .'Snoopy
Bradford County.. t ,on Thursday the 29th day s +. n be heard for or ogalnil' the proposal GICharll.. Brown

8/U4tchg/Ot of August, 1983 between IN THE CIRCUIT I COURT 7 r tnastos.r. _' specified In the Zoning Code of the City of CharacterAccessories

11:00 o'clock A.M. and OF FLORIDA EIGHTH a r, .. t .Stark., Florida.
2:00 o'clock P.M.GILBERTS.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT r' 'I Walter Wsstcott Chairman For All The
BROWN a to BoardItchgBH Kids-All AgesBACKTOScflOOtOSA.,1
IN AND FOR p Starke Zoning Planning
,ByiBeulahMoodyiDeputy! 1 e, "1 a, )

BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS have Samuel. S. Jacobeen Clerk Esq ,CASE NO,FLORIDA.83-J43-C rn a, I l is .. I 11 I :

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made' application' for DATZ. JACDBSCN 1 --,,'Mere t. JS.n ;:.
Individually and a*
Public Building No. 5 to, 2902 Independent Sq--
Next Friend ofCLARENCE
the Sta..... Board of Adjustment Jacksonville 904/355-5467, Ft 322O2 EARL

on property Attorney for Plaintiff MCDONALD
that Is classified RICand
VII 2tchg!8/18 a minor child ,
described below: FAITH DEARING and
300'.300' at earner of
and Grand
Streets, ....t.of parcel FOR BRADFORD VS 11.-

2<<)5. bock ,of Bradford, OJ t, PRCaultholvlsllCliJ n.I rOD -
Is AMI ourtII'H.In"" .111.l, tWt*na N .o upa1" ,
) Mumper WMffrfa
llioc'loI"I'; > ;"t'Own.hlp < ",'j ,
South Range :23 East for > 1-3487, "
BradfordUnion. OP ACTION
Guldanc. Clinic Inc. 0


Stark. Board ofAdutment ADDRESS AND the
| will conduct '

a public hearing at their ,NOTICI RESIDENCEUNKNOWN..

regular meeting held at ADMINISTRATION,

7:00: P.M. In the Council ARC
The administration of Bradford
/ County Telegraph
Room of Storks City Hall the estate of JEFFERSON that an 'action for .
Thompson Street Declaratory, Jad ement- .
D DOYLE, deceased,, '
Starke, Florida orr and Other Relief' .huebeen' *
File Number 83-51-CP, I i.
Thursday August 29, .filed! "" ST "
agatnst yaw ASu' Wr? '
pending' In the Circuit

19B3.At this time, all persons Court, Florida for Bradford, Probate County DM* and serve.you e'are copy required of your to, :Now isjthe time to order a Subscription '. "

will be heard
concerning written defenses. If any
sIon. the) ,'eddress of
thl. application la -,Itj an, Plaintiffs or'Plaintiff. '
a* specified. In the toning which to Bradford CorrtyCourthouse. .' attorney, WM. :

code.. of, the city of Florida :920tl.. Starker The A,BESSENT, III, ESQUIRE I--- C-: For College Kids..... \\v. .

Stark. whose address !tar BEE. ,
names and 0adneo. of .,
L.M. Gaines t'the SENT. MOODY t ,
Director Storke Bd.of personal roprooon* ,
:SAL MAN". (403( West '
Adl| tanve and Site ,oronolrepresentative' ", Georgia Street, f,O. Box, The is the best possible .r :
I' ,attorney : Telegraph
way ,
d/I1 '
"tchg| or. titforthtb.tow. 106. I'....... Florida ._

1-1" ..32091,. oq'! or: b.fore'S.pt.mb.f
'.: _
t r ST
T .
8. 1983, and "
... All peison .
file the original with the '\
required to file with
NOTICE ', Clerk of this Court "
ml* court, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS OP. THE FIRST either before service on
01. BRIGHT hat mode the plaintiffs orImmedlately't..eatt..C
PUBLICATION'', ..THIS attorney
application for SPECIAL .
NOTICE (1) ,ell clalmeogo..t
EXCEPTION for Home ,otherwise" o default will,
Occupancy' for '5.outyShop the estate and .' entered .
? against you "'
((2)) defection. by anInterested .
to the ,Bradford any for the relief. demanded,
,County Board of Adjustment wham fhb notke'wosmoiled person In this Complaint. ,
on property DATED this 29th day of. ::
that I. clatlfld RSF- July A D.; I963v .< :
.... validity of,the will.;
MHI and d..crlb.d GILBERT S.' BROWN
the quallfkatlon of the
belowi peraonoI.totIw.. ASCLERKOFSAIOtCOURT ,\ '
Off NI 60th Ave., off I
venue, or jurisdiction of
CT. 2OOB In Peettvllle BYFayN.Whltehead
the court I
Area.I I In Section i 26, A*Deputy Clerk. suitcase <
Towmhlp South. Range JKTrONS NOT SO FILED ; B/ll4tchg9/01F! #,
22 Eat In parcel! 1760 to '. ar -T :r-

have Home.bwutyShop' In RED., Publication.,, ,of .thl' TO'INTENTION REGISTER 'pack A To The Too.
Inscription Telegraph
The Bradford ( : .
County ,Notice- has 'begun ,on v FICTITIOUS. ;: NAME .. .

Board conduct of Adjustmentswill 0 publichearing August 11, 1963.Persanaf, .( Pursuant fa Section\ 1 ; ; r pPTsa o t a" -

at their r.dulor'meeting .Rgpre.entatlvg4, 865.09; Florida Statutes. \

held on Tuesday GEORGE PRESCOTT GILL notice ts hereby given ., .. \\i' ; : ; \ '. ,
August 30, 1983. at that th. undersigned ". ':
7:30 f.M. In the Council 613.Bridge. Street lids.''T. 'Co....,., (pole' + J' :
FksrIda notll.
Statue l
Room :of?City Hall oIhompson .Attorney far 'owner, doing builne** : ::. ,, ; ,
Street, Personal under the Hrn name of .. \ Itl' SeflSH Telegraph to :

.Stark' ., Florida. eprewntotweiDUDLEY ,,IVIS' TnACRAME DIM ,., t ,. ,',, 0 SIIIro"" 0 n '. .'f1lt, I y:. ,'J'<": .). j !I','
At this Jim*. all p.r.. P.HARD1//,,.A.J .SHOP, 1 IT South Themtvf ipHfuift-" y '"' I ;; ,
.will heard .or Streeti", Slarfcw. : ".. ::
on be concerning ; .
ury : ,
P.O. Drawer 1090 '' .... -t.AI' ,
Florida Intend ,t., -
this application Starke. Florida 33091 ...' "; ; l'' n' "
a*.specified.. .In the ZonIng -) 964-S70k" r realster said fictitious ',e1e........eeeMeHe Hee.eeH.eHrae,reeU.ee HeeNeaeeNHea.a. ?.Ha.HHeNH.NeeNHeeNom
Code. of Bradford, "(1904). i "name under ,h.' 'I. '" '
a. 8ll2tchgB18NOTICE .
'aforesaid statute. 4AddreST
t I. County.n2 : .:: "
.. "
) of \
'H' "* Dated this 29th day "
\ '!" ". '.c toM. Going July.O.A.1983 In .rooVIferdCountyy I .' '. ,) : .. I, 1 ,1I' t.fi,'. f

:'m Directorf I OPSHERUfSSALtNolle ,, ", I 'J '" ,>>, .Ij/tJ4tjli't.I. ,

.. ,, IN.THE:."'"CIRCUIT,.'. ,ttcJl COURT! n, .I*,hereby given",, VSWIILBI6S Oof.tpdlla" ,, l ''. ... .'......;..:.:....:....".:'..,......................,..-.....,",.-...1"..-.:' .t......._...T....t.' ............................ !

.... OFTHEEIOHTH J sthat I. Dolph I. Reddish,; !. 'J' "r..' "" *" : )'i ; II- : ) .} '
r--?- JUDICIAL,CIRCUIT/ a* .hertK of brodforCPUntrr / :;; :: : :' rt f ,. ; ; J'f .
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.,. >: .. INANDFOR.BRAOFORDCOUNTY :'Florida ,under .rt.. NOTICI ., N"o'' ,, r'. f '..t',,II..:t,, 11, ''" "a-:'s .... it.J'I' < '.. I
'..' ... ,/and by virtue of Writ o4 f ;i L..

,, FLORIDA Execution, ta-wth I" .!. ',; .
r. ? A t ARE INVITED! .. .. "
Issued out1- Jo. '* It',. ... .. "
Execution ,- ,
NO -<< I L '
1 ;_ 'of County Court pursuant' Thr'aOr"/ I '; t '.....i".u ,.tt!................ ..feae ....:.:. ,...........t ...,.. ...., .!.. ,I---" .' I r I

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SON; a"It'> A1MA t.: 1IiI. i*jtB. >neJ fTr*i' "" .sled : 't'' : / .* Enco'ii c IOE' $11.00' .. Y. !/ I
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Pale 12TELEGRAPII August II. 11183 ,1ot?:., I
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I County- Forester Busy- ACCPJffk! ... o. n.. I Ir r

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Seventy-eight landowners and agencies were assisted Including 11 new Seedling Survival I .:.'; 7 f 5I ',1OT
cases never assisted before,were served by the one fulltlme forester assigned Thinning ,. ,. 3 I' > 202
to Bradford County annuai, the County Commission was told Aug. 1 in forester Insect and Disease "I\\l'8 ,. 78

David Norton's report. Utilization v-;:: 11 <: .,53 I
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Fifteen management plans covering 1,303 acres,were prepared In the coun- .' .1',
ty. Office visits, telephone conversations, and shade tree requests ted in ,,' ,.: 'f ; I,
the columnar matter below as Incldential assistance numbered 292 during Tree Planting: I '
fiscal 1983-83, Norton reported.In Planting for Reforestation 1M' -;,8, :";H.' 382
In the 19112-8311 ca1 year the county forester assisted In the marketing 01 Seedling Packet Sales ,W: 2 ""I' 2,500
$211.000 01 forest products as well as providing technical advice to lan- '
downers who qualified for and received federal co t- hare assistance for Fire Control Activities. : ;;J.lf.; i ,, .12 109 hrs ,
planting. Control Burning; High rHazard'Areas: f,,6 142 v.> g. toi

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Other activities the county forester was Involved in were: I t ,
.Assisted landowners In planting over 382 acres into pine]production. Forest Education: ;;,.l.> *' 'q l'ttp
Assisted two local seedJlnllglve-awaysIn which over 2,500 seedlings were Newspaper Articles : *: *"('PIWjr!|<.- W 52 wI{ 4 A 'rr
utilized the Starke Woman's Club and the
for planting In Bradford County by
Exhibits Demos and
Speeches .H..10.
First Baptist Church In Lake Butler. '.
-Trained students 01 the local FFA chapters for the Forestry Field Day In Radio Programs v-raMi, & 8
September. Environmental Ed Classes. 1
Worked 109 hours in fire control activities, including prescribed burning .',.
assistance for Interested landowners. L1//;. .
Constructed an exhibit for the Bradford County Fair. : l'
:-Attended technical training courses and seminars throughout the year for Goals for,1083-84 "; t
professional improvement. During the 198344 fiscal l year the Bradford County Cooperative' Forest
'Instructed at the annual Forestry Training Camp at O'Leno State Park. Management wilt continue as before. to be available to the residents
:Certified 5 new tree farms and recertified 2 past tree farms. organizations, and governmental agencies within the county for forestry
.Conducted two Arbor Day presentations at local schools. assistance. On
.Updated the "Florida's Industries" which Is a directory of In addition, the following special projects are planned: ) '. ', .
wood products buyers and processors Bradford County. 1) Recontact landowners whose case records have been Inactive five
.Contacted 60 landowners to encourage pine reforestation of idle acreages. years or longer for possible future assistance' '
2) Continue the '"PIne Initiative' Program," encouraging private Ian-
downers to plant Idle acreages into pine production.
Number Amount 3) Continue promotion and assistance to landowners desiring prescribed
Type of Assistance of If burning.
AssistsIS Applies 4)) Remain up-to-date with current timber taxation legislation.
5) Continue to provide assistance to landowners who develop Insect/disease
problems. :,.,,;> u
Forestry: 6) Develop and carry out a seedling sale for homeownersln{ .Bradford. County -
Management Plans Prepared 1,503 to be coordinated through the Starke Woman's Club. ,
Diagnosis/Recon Only 36 1,889 7) Continue In the promotion of street tree planting the Starke area
Site Preparation Assists 7 193 8) Centime news articles to keep the public. informed forestry related Another Crop Found.....
Marketing Assistance 3 $25,000 events, research and developments. Sheriff Deputy Eugene Lee looks over marijuana confiscated Tuesday
9) Provide assistance to the school Career
high on Day.
'. a. on-going search for crops growing ibis area.
10) Implement the Division's environmental education program In the This find .. the arrest la the B- 1
Wildlife Habitat Development 6 142 0 schools. led to an arrest.More ecUoe.OB page *

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Wet Weather Helps

Control Local Fires

An unusually wet winter helped cut the number of wildfires In Bradford _,
''County from 104 in 81-82 to 39 in 82-83 and number of acres burned from 625 to .
180.4. Forester Don West told the Bradford County Commission in an Aug. 1
..annual report.
The wet winter also prevented as much prescribed burning as had been
planned by District 8 of the Florida Division of headquartered in
Gainesville. Six burns on 142 acres were completed. This the third year the
Division of Forestry has had a statewide program of providing contract ;it t tr
prescribed burning of forest land for private land owners to improve the condition v. '' dr
: of their forests. t -
"There is a great need for this service and we hope to increase our produc-
tion next year if weather permits" the annual report states. It's.our End of Summer Clear-

Fire Record: 82-83 81-82 .il,J, ante Sale and were'cleaning .--"

Number of Wildfires 39 ,1M ;. -w'I .put. .out.store. Take advantage' "
Acres Burned. 160.4 625 1 LIQUIB,- of .big savings on everything in "' "

Average Fire Size Acres 41 6 : \ stock as we make way for "old

Plowing Requests Serviced 21 44 APER man winter!"
Hours of Fire Line Plowing 15 30 I It P

a Notices of Unlawful Burns Issued 6 29 n O
Burning Authorizations Issued 1,362 1,165 BuY
Number of Fires, non-forest 3 0 t ." f .e" Victor 100

Acres Saved in Fires, non-forest 350 0 + Get one .' CalculatorReg
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ti Bradford pays $4.011,51 toward services provided by the Division 01
oreatry which has 10 lull time employees In the county with an annual 7 i.7' ()O"
payroll$161,214..The county entered into an agreement with the old Florida
Forest Service on May 29,1957 for the protection of the forest,grass, and wild t
'., ,, lands of the county from destructive wild fires. Under the agreement the letter:'size.i
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county contributes 3/100th of one cent per forest acre in the county. All other %
costs are from state and federal funds. FileCab1nt

Rural Community Fire Protection Program: Scratch & Dent Sale "

Since the mld-l000's the Division of Forestry has been assisting lire depart-- "er s\se '$ '
ments. with leased equipment and basic brush lire suppression training. !-D 'We .... 149.95
In this program, military surplus trucks, tanks, pumps etc. are leased to', .
departments for their conversion into brush fire suppression equipment. Also f\....
some military surplus trucks and old but still serviceable tandem wheeled .i Slightly Damaged'Secretarial '
transport trucks are rebuilt and transformed into first rate fire trucks at a r
fraction of the cost of new units. The fire department is charged only for the t.ER r 1.t ? L Chair 'w'
cost of materials.A ,, Regular *220.00 .
12 hour brush fire suppression training course Is also provided to fire ,\I"' : i' .1, '"
departments upon request. uvn; ''f.d,' .149.00bt

Fire Control Improvement: '
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During the past year the 4-county District (Bradford, Union Alachua. and 0" \\bt .; 1. ., Mlta '" Office
Putnam)) has improved its efforts by adding three fulltinu tower positions In fir
Mlcanopy, San Mateo and Welaka, an airplane pilot position and $18,387 in' 'r Copying MachineRegulor'1990.00 .
funding to provide supplemental tower manning. .. .
A forest ranger position has been added in Gainesville along with a larger ;: "
tractor, a John Deere 750 and transport to be used district-wide. The large .1700. 'OO811"'ib.'r.r
tractor will be of great benefit in fighting large fires and any fire in a swampy r
or wet location. .
The pilot is currently flying a patrol that takes him throughout all four coun- ", .
ties In the District.This will enable District headquarters to pick up fires that We IBM-S f.ctf lollTypewriter
we were unable to locate from the towers especially on poor visabllity days. '
This position will also increase the effectiveness: of fire fighting/ crews by Blv-' : '" ,
ingthe rangers a bird's eye view of the fires through the pilots eyes. ,, Z.bl' lam.. .- !! Regular M06Q.OO'' ,
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the improvements were made possible through a lire cootrolimprovement .., .
package approved last year by the legislature. :. ,' .3950OFR
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lOOOOth Degree Granted '

r< t Reg. '555.55 With,Typing Return;

'This summer's creased during the last two years '495'.00'
be special for the UF'scColllege of recently with a total enrollment of .
Agriculture.The college will grant its 1,650 students. But,still, this is down
10,000th undergraduate degree and from 1977 peak of almost! 1800. The 1OO' l Cash Rebate
it's 8,000th graduate degree dating UF's College of Agriculture, part of
back 75 years. the Institute of Food and Agricultural to any person: purchasing :;
The agricultural graduates will be Sciences (IF AS).now ranks second in It
picking up their diplomas time the southeast In degree granted inMd c ,a .Ql>worth i of ?
when according to USDA/ figures,the behind North Carolina State. Nationally ; ,
nation is experiencing shortages of Florida ranks seventh In ag- ; 1 49wh office i products,
scientific and professional enrollments at the graduate level Dow not ,Includ nwrehanrliiu! *
agricultural personnel. -Translated, I P
there should be some pretty good Job "We have been fortunateTn the last OH9t" good Nil Avfrnt..., W
opportunities. year showing an Increase in enrollment a, 2' slzw ,
"We urgently need higher educa- in contrast to the rest of the +
tion training of young people in the US"! said Dr. Gerald Zachariah 1 Dotffttit
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sciences IFAS dean for _
food and agricultural said resident instruction. N
Terry B. Kinney Jr., administrator !'I think this upswing indicates an /
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of USDA's Agricultural Research Ser- Interest by Floridaa students to enteragrelated : Get Dozen
vice. Kinney forecasts an annual need careers"? he said
of 59,780 new graduates in agriculture .He said there is special need for
between now and 1965.Despite strong agricultural graduates in such key
employment possibilities, annual projections high-skill areas as biotechnology and
are for about only 82ooo. he food science as well as In agricultural
said. engineering and agricultural
National ag-school enrollment economics.
figures have shown decline since an According to a report by the Na-
;upsurge of student interest between tionall Association of State Universlttes -'
,1970 and 1978 when enrollments tr1p1UF'aqenrollm.nt and Land-grant the
ed.. US faces these major Cola influencing -
has"baick ed the "the deve .p f.
national trend, showing a slight in- agricultural expertise. '



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