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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A roomful of concerned parents met with the school board Monday to voice
their apprehensions about the proposed new block schedule at the high school
which the board gave final approval to on Monday night at their regular
meeting.
: The new schedule became necessary after the state legislature made new
rulings on the educational requirements for Florida public school systems.The .
legislature ruled that all 1984-83 high school seniors in the state of Florida r :
will have to have 24 credits to graduate,which will Include 3 credits math,:3
in science and 3 in social studies. tr ;ii'"S
Bradford already requires 22 credits including 2 sciences. This is a better
situation than some schools are In right now. Some schools only require 17
credits Including only 1 science It will be more difficult for Juniors in those
school systems to pick up the credits they need in order to graduate. Said
Board Member Pat Spengler "They have a much longer row to hoe than we
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: years to come credits will be'awarded to students on subject: matter .'
learned. Less and less emphasis will be placed on the teacher's opinion and on 4'S ,
grades; BHS Principal Jim Duncan said that at some time In the future,. '
credits. would probably be.awarded on the basis of standardized. testing.

,Legislature Tells Teachers What 4o Teach'

The legislature has also prescribed what skills a teacher must teach In a
class. The teacher will have some freedom in methods but little freedom in
subject matter.,"Teachers will teach what they have to.whether you like It or ti
not or whether we like it or not.We are trying to turn this Into something that
is good for the kids" said Superintendent Tom Casey.
: One parent asked the school(board why this decision was made so suddenly.He .
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'asked,: if the ruling doesn't affect this year's seniors, why does the ----
schedule have to change this year?

I Juniors Must 1ave.Ample Opportunity Big
Duncan'who had the primary responsibility for the evolution of the new
schedule said,, "The state mandate says that the present Juniors must be "
given ample opportunity to take these classes. To me, ample. opportunity. Is k,/f.
not. one year, ample opportunity is two years." '
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New" Schedule First Presented Two:Yearj) } Ago," mjWfa.Z3aMtimir&tt 'J.II.u.j'j .F s.eJ. ; ,\ f
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ago. Now the,state, ruling has made the extra time that this !schedule
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Similar Schedule Successful Other Schools This Is Ute kind of school children I

A schedule very similar to this has been used In Manchester Ga.. suc like the annual swimming program =
cessfully for some time.The Bradford schedule was baaed on the schedule used sponsored by, .the Bradford County
in Manchester. Also the board said that the legislature did not inform School Board. ...
them of the ruling until recently and they took steps immediately to inform Above BUS teacher Rick Stephens k + ul
the parents of the! new ruling and how they intended to deal with it. give the students Instructions la ,
water safety. and how to help someone + : ; I
New Plan Chosen from Four Possibilities, In distress.To .

Duncan said that at the two public hearings that were held concerning the the right fundamentals on kicking ,
schedule change he presented four different options to the teachers, parents are being taught to the younger Mf
and administrators present.The options were 1) to do nothing this year 2) to swimmer jp 4
extend the school day another entire class period and require students to take The swimming program which was nat sax +. e .m
more different classes and require teachers to teach more different classes, the enllstmen's club>> In Camp J5
3) to extend the school year itself, 4) or to adopt the block schedule so that Standing ended Friday, August 12., Mj
students would take more classes in total; but fewer classes in one day. \
,Of these four options those present picked the block schedule Objections -
were made to all the other schedule possibilities and no other schedule. could
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New Block Schedule OutlinedThe

{ new schedule: will mean that there will be two classes in the morning,
each being 1 hour and fifty minutes long.The middle part of the day would be,
taken up by a 30-mlnuto lunch period and a fifty minute tutorial period, or :
hall. The last part of the day would be a third 1 hour and fifty minutebloc I
,The school day would start at 8:20,10 minutes earlier than last year:
and end at 2:50,20 minutes later than last year. :: Meeting iOn Student Transfer Question

Similar" Schedule with Longer Blocks ,

Used for Years In Manchester.. Ga. A special Bradford County school board'meeting has been called: tonight them picK and Uimwo which children they would allow In. We're not talking
'"The Manchester schedule, which this schedule was based on. consists of a 'Thursday, August 18 at 7 p.m. In the school board meeting room on N.Temple, ,about race color or creed' Were talking about kids. They should all be
morning block of 2 and one-half hours a midday tutorial block of 1 and one- 'Ave. In Starke to discuss releasing Bradford County students to Keystone treated equally," he said "Until we straighten it out, I would not recommendto
half hours and a two and one-half hour block In the afternoon. Manchester U, Heights schools.: the board that they release any more students."
on a quarter system so their classes are even longer than those in the Bradford In the Bradford County school board's regular meeting Monday night "I had a conversation with a Keystone school board member and he assuredme
County schedule.: Students in Manchester High only have two or possiblythree school board members said that a problem had arisen when they had releasedBradford ; that he wants equity," said Board Member R.P. Hall. "He was not awareof
classes, *students, ,Bradford High ,will pave three or possibly four County students to go to Keystone and those students were refused the problem. He plans to address the school: board over there about it
classes. entry to Keystone schools.The board did, not know exactly why the students tonight (Monday)I."
Manchester changed to this schedule eight or nine years ago and Principal .had been refused "We need to find a way to do this that Is unilateral logical analytically
Ron' Hlnson of Manchester High said,'"A lot of time people are afraid of They said they wished to examine the situation and get some. information sound and within the law. We will address this matter in detail in the meeting ,
change but I would say that about 97 percent of the parents (in Manchester) from Keystone before trying to take any action on it. on Thursday !night and we invite everyone who has this concern to attend," I
are now in favor of the block schedule and about 97 percent of the faculty areta"Theother'two Bradford Superintendent Tom Casey said "In prior years, when a child's said hail .
; parents requested a release (to go to Keystone) we automatically wrote a letter -> One Bradford County resident said. "I have a 14-year-old who tried to get In
high schools, here .in, Mlulchester, A.have, gone to this scedule. to release. the. child, whether they,lived. adjacent to Keystone farther. *" .... there(Keystone) and was turned down. We're Just a few miles out and have
since tlJeD." t.e uld. P away. people on each side of us whose kids attend that school." ,
Our state Department of Education has recently completed a detailed Casey said that they felt a child should be allowed to go to Keystone schools The main concern of the board seems to be establishing some type of
county-wide evaluation of this schedule system and It came out with flying if the parent wished them to. The main people who want their children to go 5'5 guidelines by which they could release students to Keystone. They want to
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colors.',This ,Is the third time we've been evaluated since ;we began this to Keystone are the people who live closer'to Keystone than to Starke. ,' know that Keystone will accept a student that they release.
schedule.'since it's different everyone wants to evaluate it," said Hinsori.Thls ;Transportation, over a shorter distance Is more convenient for everyone. '., The board said that if limitations were set on the number of students accepted -
"*- schedule .is not unique. but It's a drastic change from where we "Last year several parents whose children were released weren't accepted.\. .;rl. ,or!set on the area from which they are accepted: ,that (hose limitations
were," said Duncan. when others who lived around. them were accepted,'This ,year there were, _
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;, Block Schedule. '"Perhaps! classes are filled. I don't know, but we felt that we couldn't let :' 5 .
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I :EMT'Proposes, Aid to Volunteer:-FD on Fire Calls' ;.

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special) meeting was called by the, : dI 5 .
''Bradford County : Commission on" 1 :"The proposed 'fire :department(. t have to have some kind of fire protection -' "Bradford County has the manpower
:,, 8 IIII the possibility of 'would have 5 full-time people and II,Jjj and we, can't afford it without to provide fire protection, it f
consolidating fire and rescue services part-time people (all present rescue' combining fire protection ,with Just. needs to be utilized he said \ I
''in Bradford County to !help: solve the! personnel),and .would provide 24-hr "I':rescue," said Commissioner Maxie. "As tight as dollars" are, we have to f [C I
problem of the areas of the county> ,tire protection for Bradford County on, Carter, Jr. combine services, said Moaleyv 11
that are presently devoid of fire pro; a quick-response basis. 4' :.:J i ',This may not be the whole answer .. Bill, Crone, captain of the Lawtey
tectton.. . V'll there Is a call of a fire we will! :; to the problem, but It'. a step in the, Volunteer Fire Department?said be
Cliff ,Chapman, director of tall fire and rescue and our volunteer.; tight direction"said Mosley: .: didn't think that one 250 gallon quick r
emergency services: >came up with a people will come In so that we caw:: "We are not going to tell you that response. unit would solve the
: we will save dwelling."* said county's fire protection headaches.
plan for which the present rescue per* havjt backup said Chapman ", every
sonnet would be housed at, the old There' will be a necessary capital, .Chapman; "Our primary responsibility "You're real lucky If you can put out a
Bradford County Volunteer Fire ;'outtsy'of funds for a quick-response is to save lives;", a* Is the responsibility structure fire with 250 gallons of'
Department, and would operate aquirkrwpowe fire, fighting, ,unit. Commissioner+ "' '.. of any fire fighting personnel. water/' said Crom.
fire .righting unit and)i,I; Chairman Lawrence Mosley said tliali Chapman pointed out that some The plan Is for the other volunteerfire
I II respond to calls front areas of the :s, the state forestry service has a pro- renovations would have to be made at, departments along with Lawtey,
I 'county that are presently j.-am'thnJugh which a rural county. the Bradford County Volunteer Fire to answer back-up call on fires in
completely. > Station and the board said their own ,rea. The board also
}without fire cUoa. lean boy a _ton they will Fighting
,Chapman said that the proposed; convert it (Into a fire truck for $ ,000.,-' they bad arranged for some people to i !discussed the possibility of
Are department would also roll on any The board estimated that the chasis come in and give them ,estimates on, '
call for, avaistaoce: 'from, the ,other wpuU" cost,,)An tl..v neighborhood,! .of the work."We would be willing" to do a (See Consolidation..; rAi::
volunteer One In ; tot of the work ourselves, said Chap,
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Alternative of Earlier Opening Time Rejected" '. .;

Due to Increased Hazard to Bus Students r., :,
Duncan said that they tried no to change the opening time of school very r, t ) xt "Ya r rr-
much because some of the bus routes, such as the one from Brook er, make ft .
necessary for buses to be on the road early In the morning as It Is. If the open- ". ".
ing time was pushed back that would mean the buses would have to be on the
road even earlier than they are now.The earlier the buses are on the road the
more the risk to students safety increases.
"My feelings on this Is that it offers a greater opportunity than we've ever
had before" said Duncan. .

What About the Band and Chorus? '

One parent asked how this schedule would affect the band. She voiced her
fears that the band would be unable to meet everyday under this schedule.
Duncan said that the band would meet during the 50 minute tutorial periodin
the middle of the day, and still have their traditional after-school practices.
Chorus would be much the same.The board also mentioned that,according to
the state ruling a student could not participate in any inter-scholastic extra
curricular activity such as band cheerleading Spanish and French Club or 6
football unless they maintained a 1.5 grade point average the semester beforeon
a 4.0 grading scale. Previously, they required that anyone participating in
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football pass four classes.
Duncan said that the present juniors would be given the opportunity to pick
up the science they need in the tutorial period. There are presently 13 juniors
in the band, some of which already have their third science credit. The remaining
juniors may be able to wait until next year to take the science "We
will not force juniors to take that science credit In that period" said Duncan.

Manchester Band "Excellent"The FREE

band director at Manchester High School, Dale Mann, has been at that
school for 22 years. He went through the schedule change eight or nine years
ago and he says, "The scedule really doesn't affect the band very much. We '
meet during the tutorial period at the middle of the day The chorus programis I
sometimes affected a little because some clubs hold meetings during the GOlD'I
middle period, but the affect Is only slight and the students understand that
unless It Is very Important that they attend those meetings they are expectedto
be In class.
The Manchester High School Marching Band attended two marching con-
tests last year, including the state marching contest and earned two excellent The NAPA ,
ratings. On one of the ratings,they were one point away from a superior. "We
have an excellent band program" said Manchester Principal Ron Hinson. Giving Blood Saves Lives... Gold HatGiveaway
Another Bradford parent asked why band couldn't be taken in the place of a Marjorie Thomson of Starke gave blood while the lag its one-day visit to Starke. The blood donated
P.E. credit.Casey replied that the state awhile P.E.class to teach certain bloodmobile was at the Chamber of Commerce on Toes- through programs like the bloodmobile makes lifesaving -
conditioning and training principles he wouldn't rule out the operations possible. I
that band could be to teach these it would be
difficult.possibility proved same things, The bloodmobile collected about,41 pints of blood dur-

Casey also said that while students received credits for band, the'true Your local NAPA store has a
motivation for band and chorus classes was that the students enjoy them. free hat for you during the
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Giveaway.
Will Student Retention Levels Remain Same? Consolidation :
: From Page.1A) buy any two NAPA oil or air fil-
One parent asked about a student's'retention level. "If a student took the filters
ters. Stop by today, get :
english In the first semester this year and then didn't take it again until the renovating the tanker that is at the.; the county that they could no longer '-weren't aware that such a large need and wear a :
first semester next year how much would he really remember?" Bradford department to provide the l' afford to answer fir calls outside chunk came out for insurance. Mc- you
"The skills that are learned In the 9th grade english classes are used in unit with more water. .' their area. Carthy said that since the insurance Gold Hat home, compliments I
other classes. Once they learn the 9th grade english I don't think they will "I know that this project is not the : "We cannot respond to fires across ,was through the county and was taken Of NAPA Filters. '
have unusual problems with retaining it. In other schools where programs total answer, but at least we will have'. -the county on $78 per year."' he said. out before Heilbron ever received the
like this have been tried there seems to be no drop-off in student retention.The some initial response to fire in areas The board said they would supply ,check they assumed the commissioners -
skills are reinforced in other classes," said Duncan. that are tion now.- I, ,$1,000 per year to HeUbron Springs knew about it.
Another parent asked about her daughter's chances of retaining math skills believe it Is a step right direction and McCarthy gave the board "Well we'll get you a little more
over a possible 9-month break in between related math courses. Board said Mosley. documents that show that out of that money than $78," said Carter. The
Member Judy Becker who was a math teacher, said that, "In nigh school,a Carter said that"everyone needs a ,$1,000. goes for county insurance other commissioners agreed to look L'il
math class that has a pre-requisite would start off with a review anyway. little fire protection" and one man coverage on the fire trucks at into it before the budget was com-
Math classes usually begin with a review in some skills." replied, "You've got about as little as Heilbron. This left McCarthy with $78 pleted. The commissioners also
"I am not sure that piling on knowledge Is the answer to retention problems you can get right now." ''to buy gas and operate three fire decided to investigate the insurance
sometimes time Is the answer. I think we should give it a try," said Becker. Chapman and the representativesfrom trucks. policy the county holds on the fire
the volunteer fire departments "It's come to the point where we departments. They have a fleet protection Starke
Will Teachers Be Able to Hold Student's Attention?' present agreed to try to work together just can't do it anymore. We have to policy and felt that it should ,
Another parent asked about the chances that a teacher would have In on the project so that everyone in ask for donations and buy gas from not cost as much as $921 to insure the Motor'' Parts
.holding a student's attention for two hours.Becker said that in the elementary Bradford County will be safer from 'our own pocketst said McCarthy. Heilbron fire trucks. \
jkhool, teachers have been having to hold a class's attention for long spans of fire. Carter ridiculous! McCarthy also asked what the 'Brownie Road -964-6060
::;tnne. The way to do that would be to divide the period in different segments. "We are out to save lives and do a You had to operate on$78 per year?" future plans of the board were in providing
r';Becker said that when she taught math in high school she would usually good bell," said Terry McCarthy from "We got $78 last year and $78 this fire protection for the county. .... ,... JmJ! ed Quemsy,.,;, ;sr
Preview the previous lesson during the first part of the! period, go over new the won Springs Volunteer Firfe* >e *l'! said McCarthy** ** ktMit,/;'rMosley said that thIIy.would try I to \ ..
Ktjtateriul during the middle part and: ;enJfcelpvth'aclUfIreifwUWthdrworti tT!! "who recentlynf Mrh.;;;mlsslonersHial4. theY"""'keep the momentum going and supply: ; :-:
!surer the new materiaj a .thejend'jpf 4Mcld4. des.y ..A/II ,. .. t .S iii4 it **.DUit ..d 58: F 'I(. ;more protection in.theUuttlreXbutright i .uJtJ :
::--!'I often found that there was not enough time to give the children the help f now this measure was the best NAnl'' .

fey needed that with time.their homework," she said. This schedule would give thernachers 105 Bradford, Union Farmers present plan they circumstances.The could come .up with under 'U.M

_-The board said that they doubted that anyone would lecture for the entire board decided to set up a '
3 ra*being talked to death?" said Board Member R.P. Hall. Receive PIKP Program Benefits their cooperation on the project and
then Investigate the matter further,
:,'.New Schedule to Cause Lower Student-Teacher Ratio

Casey said that he liked the block plan because it meant that teachers would One-hundred and five'farmen in value of $208,000 at current market _. __ '- .
hive fewer children to deal with each day and that would mean that they Bradford and Union Counties will, price. Bradford County had 35 par-- n
vPDuld have time for more individualized instruction and they would accomplish receive corn valued at over $270,000 ticipating growers with 18,000 bushels Kill 'Insects and Weeds
more with personal Interaction. at present market price) for the of non- roduced corn valued at
S==The board said that in previous meetings parents had expressed to them 70,000 bushels of corn they did not $72,000.r Before You Plant with
that they felt it would be better to have the two-hour blocks than sevenoperate grow under the U.S. Department of
class periods because it would mean that the students concentration Agriculture's acreage-retirement Under the PIK program, producerswere
would: not be broken so many times by changing from subject to subject. PIK program this spring and sum allowed to take 10 to 30 percent Vapam Soil FumigantKills
mer. of' their recorded base acreage of
Middle School Needs Extra Time several crops out of production and most weeds, nematodes, fungus and soil'
Warren Carver; director' the receive title to a quantity of the commodity borne diseases. Allows better growth and yield
::The middle school will welcom-
l extra time this schedule will create In the ille
..$& says Principal Dewey Mckinnney, because in past years they have had a ASCS Conservation(Agriculture Service Stabilization) in Bradford and historic based yields. on Field a corn percentage, used for of from your garden, use 2-3 weeks before plan-
very cramped lunch schedule and now the kids will have ample time to eat livestock the main YAIIAf A' ting. 1 gal. treats 400 sq. ft.
County and John Roberts, Union feeding was crop
:lunch.. County director, said that growers coming under the program in Bradford :
enrolled In the program in both coun- and Union Counties. Gal. Reg. 14.18
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Children .
:Can Catch Up After Illness? ties had received certificates from 7' ,
F One parent asked what would happen if a child was sick and missed a week' the USDA to claim their government Now ,
GOLschool. Becker said that it would probably be possible for the child to use surplus corn at one of the designated .' THBRADFORDCOUNTY
z the 50 minute tutorial period to catch up. The teacher would also have more distribution points,Sowega Grain Co. TELEGRAPH Qt.. Reg.3.19 Now $2,19 "
:time during the class to help the student catch up and the student would only at McAlpin in Suwannee County. '
stave three subjects to catch up on instead of four. > Published every Thursday'
=y\ student who had an extended illness would be taken care of under the Both ASCS directors said that most -"?;:, at 135 W. Call Street,
ifaomebound program, in which a teacher would come into the student's home in their counties would likely OD"P
growers Starke Florida 32091 100%
;f:W the hospital the student was well enough),and teach the subjects the student sell their corn since the price was up Organic with:.5% Iron

s. needed. to around$4 per bushel due to drought ,Second Class postage paid at Granular Fertilizer
conditions in the midwest which cut .
= : Starke FloridaSubscription ,
;How Would Transferrals Be Handled? com production in that area about 30 : ,
for
:'::Another concern of the parents was in what would happen if a student percent. Rptes: Lawn and Garden
r:transferred to another county or state, or U a student transferred in from
another county or state. The board said that a transference was hard to deal Union County as by far the larger In-trado' area: $10.00 per year
lyrith: under the best of conditions but all the counties In Florida now require beneficiary of the PIK program. It *" $5.50 Six 'months 50 Ib.:
the: same number of credits which they did not do before. had 70 participating growers being Bag 5 7-
!-jSometimes In the case of student transferring across state lines It Is possi- reimbursed for not growing 52,000 Outside area: $11 per year x 3
tile: to transfer the student's credits back to their previous school and let them bushels of corn with an estimated. '$6.00 six months Buy all you need -

r iraduate there in absentia. This occurs in some cases where it Is impossiblezttfr I Ic ,Now at only.... per Its jOur
: the student to get the required number of credits. -,
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r schedule, one said, "I love it. I think my child will benefit from it.""
rr: :=The schedule was unanimously approved by the school board on a trial
$$sis. If II,proves unsatisfactory; after one year, it will be changed. WElD Price, Reducedon

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The f ri1"0 said that unless they could be assured that the limitations I 'I'!J
were ,
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Keystone .'
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One resident said that it would be unfair to refuse all requiwls' to release Account ExeculivwI904j
children to Keystone based on the complaints of a few parents and asked how 374-1266 :,
many children have been released to Keystone in previous years.

"I have been told there are a total of 200 Bradford County children in "\ H!
Keystone schools, but we have only counted 41 elementary children who have
been released to Keystone so that number would not seem to be correct," Business?
Casey said. "I don't know how many children attend Keystone, schools without AF
being released from Bradford County." "
Health Care Need Is '

Parents are supposed to get their children released to'another school each '
year. One parent said that she felt one release should be valid throughout the My Only Business? !'I'
child's school years. She said that having to get a child released every, year :

was "too much paperwork" Outstanding Student... I do one thing and I do it right. So put me to ,'

"That Is probably too simple for the legislature to go along with It," said BHS Senior Renee WlmtNMrfey and her mother, (DUnda Chandler were P.4. work of for health your company and for get the expertise -
Hall, "The care specialists company t
state legislaturemade the law, our responsibility is to follow the your !:
greeted by Florida President
of Robert
University Martsen at the Unlversl ) -
law. t
individual I'
needs the of
f l' plus security
ty's High School Honors Program for Black Students Reaee was Invited to
the annual two-day program because she Is among the stale's top II percentof a solid insurance company-Blue Cross and
In a meeting Monday night Clay County School Board officials voted to ex- black high school seniors.Honor .'" Blue Shield of Florida.
tend the area in which Bradford County residents could send their children to
Give
the Keystone Heights High School.The boundary line was extended to include me a call today and your companycan
south from 21B off SR-loo south to the Putnam County Line and east of Lake start enjoying complete health care pro-
Santa Fe. .A *.j.,,; ( ,\" Student Visits UF- tection tomorrow-from Blue Cross and Blue
'" *,'"' Shield of Florida Rita pose
This pertains to'high school students only as the elementary school,-has Renee Wimberly, a BHS senior, they would remain in Florida to take the health: care .' ; V\ a-ShIeld ..
already reached its enrollment limit. "V,. was among the top 10 percent of the leadership positions for which ..-
Joyce Alford, Director of Student Services at the Clay County School Board Florida's black high school seniors they have the greatest potential. Of specialists.
says that Clay is following a guideline for Bradford student acceptance In and was one of 100 top black seniors course,we would be delighted to have
Clay schools that was set up some 6-7 years ago, but that at times some whoattended the University of them attend the University of XakcAQoserLook...
special exceptions are made, both to allow and not to allow a student from Florida's annual two-day program to Florida" he said.Thestudents At Blue doss Ullm.SbJddr4lJorida.Announcing .
another county to attend Clay schools. give the seniors a taste of college life. learned about three
v- They spent part of two days and a types of special scholarships at UP
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night living in campus residence available to new black freshmen.One
The three'approved area located In Bradford County in which children can hall, touring the campus hearing type being SO Presidential Scholar-
be considered for enrollment In Keystone schools are Lake Geneva about academic and scholarship programs ships of 1750 toi,500 per year for four
Smolterlae. the southeast aide oC Immokalce Road and those students. located, open to them and talking with years for students with combined SAT
In an area 2-miles or less from the school. professors from subject areas they college entrance scores: of 1000 or bet-
Apparently, what started the conflict between the two school boards?or were interested in.' Many brought ter and high school averages of B or
Supt. Casey s decision not to release any Bradford]County children to attend _their parents and brothers and sisters 'better., -
the Keystone schools because he thinks Clay is"picking and choosing,"is the with them to the third annual High Another type is comprised of SO .
Clay School Board's decision to deny a borderline Bradford resident appeal School Program for Black Students. Honors Scholarships worth $750< -"r'the
to enroll his. two children In the Keystone elementary school. "These students were invited dependent on need, for students with appointment of ). ,
John T. Davis was applying on a hardship basis as he Is partially disabled because they were among the state's college entrance scores qualifying '.,
and responsible for his children's transportation.His top 10 percent of Florida's rising them for admission to a Flordia state Stan Rosenberger Ph.D. ,:.'1
application was denied at an earlier Clay school board meeting in a 4-1 seniors: said: UF's admissions director university and an above-average
vote. John Boatwright. academic record. Registered RepresentativeInvestors
Many of the Keystone Heights area residents who live on the Bradford "Our principal Interest was to en- The third type includes 60 field of w
'border are up in arms over the situation as it stands now and are Intending to courage them to remain in Florida fortheir study scholarships of varying Diversified Services
'.turn out in full force tonight at the Bradford School Board special meeting. college work,I in the further hoper amounts available to students study md
ing engineering pharmacy, jour- IDS Life Insurance Company
nalism and communications, Minneapolis Minnesota
agriculture, business administration
r accounting theatre). or fine arts (band or Personal Money Management Plans

Details about''acbolarsblps can be Investments-Insurance

learned by writing Boatwright at theUniversity's Cliff Powers, District Sates Manager
Admissions Office.
Scholarship and other programslike 529 N.W.60th 51. Golnmvlll 378-1773
j these have enabled the University -
i i of Florida to buck the nationwide'' '-
1M trend of decreasing black IDEAS TO HELP YOU
enrollments.Last year UF enrolled 15
percent more black freshmen in the WMANAGEMONEY
r fall than they did the year before.
Boatwright said he anticipates
another increase when classes begin i
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lie 4-H Club of Bradford county Invites everyone to The 4-H'ers also provided a .new basketball J
\ ,the grand opening of the city.park on Church,and Water'' backboard swings bench and tires te crawl through. "
,, Streets., The grand-opening Is this Saturday from t a.m. to general revenue ,sharing purposes
.4 4-H'ers have worked hard over the past months to pronoon..Other services available will be tests on body com ,
vide new equipment for the park Including a sew exer position, heart rate and blood pressure. Refreshments p
.else trail that has separate stations to peiform exercises will be served.Come out and Join .la the fun 1 4 will be held on August 30 1983 for
Uk. cbte-aps; slt-aps! leg-lifts, etc. ,

", Thomas C. Auletta all interested citizens of the City of

Receives Commendation_

' ; .Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Gospel Sing, I Starke. The amount of general

,,. Thomas G. Auletta, whose wife Bar. '
bara,is the daughter of MeKeystoneand Gospel I Music :Park
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Robert';'L.' McElgun revenue sharing funds to be

Heights, has received. a Letter of Lawtey Florida off SR 200A bit Crawford Road 782-3071
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Commendation., 'AuletU received the ,letter for ,discussed for' the fiscal year is
superior performance of duty while Saturday, ...ug. 20. 7 p.m. until I. I
-serving' with Attack' Squadron 82, ,

'!. '; Cecil f A'1 Letter Field, Fla.of-Commendation'Is' ofThe Laymen, Cavalier"-Quartet New ,Spirit $77,500.

,p, tidal recognition of an Individual's Gospel Singing+ At Its Best.
outstanding accomplishments, and is -
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presented _,_ .. __ .. __

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EMT and VFD Plan In Starke In 1908,but the
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Coordination of ServicesTwo
or not, plastic was already in
''I' Quigley Lumber'and Supply
'years ago The,Telegraph wrote. style to which we Save' : "Do your walls over
have it in all colon and
""Consolidation of public Services is an customed. ,

inevitable fact of, life whose time has In the 1983-84"workshop ) d
come. The sooner we get on with itt the now stands Bradford : .Tate Powell,one of Starke's
better off we taxpayers will be; both volunteer fire departments I developed and
from the standpoint of dollars saved, as for a total of $8,750 for the 'Wild Orange Syrup,"
well as services rendered." cure blood poisoning of all
missioners, themselves diseases rheumatism sick
Two years later it is more evident credulous at Tuesday : and liver complaints,
than ever that the time for consolidationhas when told that of the $1,000 of energy, malaria, et
I come indeed, it is long past due the Heilbronn department, ; to be the best female' remedy,
and Tuesday night, at a meeting of deducted for its insurance '
County Commissioners volunteer leaving a balance of $79 to I '. Mill Store,just north

firemen, and EMT personnel a first step for the fiscal year. advertising, 9 Ibs., $1.00 Fine;calicoes butter, ,38'6',

was taken toward consolidation and New River was tentatively I 1' ; of apples, 15'. "and all other
I cooperation of firemen and emergency for $2,000; Lawtey, $2,500; low rates. '

medical personnel. $1,000; Brooker $$1,250; and of the,Wateroak
Many details still remain to be work- 1000. All of these would broom corn in 1914 and section a con
ed out, but an early meeting is planned portion of their allotment awarded to D.C. Chace,Jr.
with representatives from the three insurance coverage. .of a broom factory. in

groups mentioned above plus the Cityof ,After three or four'years -
Starke Fire Department which must and discussion
wrangling ( ) Green, of New River, was
play role in the over-all plan.In .
the volunteer fire 1
tint"political post"in ion
a nutshell, the method of operationis is long past due. In the : of the,Florida House of
to base the EMT in the county mission Chairman : .
building, formerly used by the Bradford "We have to combine
Volunteer Department which was to continue to provide hail ever reported far Brad
in the Water Oak section
disbanded two years ago. The EMT proposed cooperation when it was reported: "It
whose first priority is the saving of lives personnel and: volunteer i the final destruction of
would be the quick-response unit for step in the right direction. It come." According to The

fires with backup provided by. the ing, although it will not be : and "The cotton was beaten
nearest volunteer consolidation in ( totally ruined, as were
department. county
,cowpeas and ,other,
If memory serves correctly, a government due to the sheer were blown across the
meeting was held two years ago with all money. t everywhere. How many
and wild birds have'
of the factions named above par-; It is possible that six' I : not yet known. Just after the
ticipating. There was much discussion departments are too many d was covered thickly with

but no one emerged at that time to provide area county such as ,. ; _were. often ,a, foot' deep.
the leadership needed to get such a matter that should be i
movement off the ground. But times careful study of geographic I t its own newspaper, "The
have changed in the two-year interval.' density of population. But the i t "*t.I,In 194. > '1 f ':
What seemed then to be just a threat on EMT-VFD team-up is a ; '
the horizon is now a grim reality. Ser- right direction and ,

vices must be cut or consolidated, for plemented as soon as ..
the money is no longer there for us to other much-needed mergers : ; ; .1.
continue living in the governmental t o come in the future. '

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iI Bradford Joins Effort
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the we'see -
; county our pecan
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I To Protect Santa Fe River open of their, you branches will see hundreds If these

living within the web.These
that are common in our
been assigned,to the Suwa : and early fall_ .
i Several;steps taken during.the past I i E ; -vlaM lo iIoU
week are.'goof,omens,for preservation. ?.' Water Management''DisttWt! ict I .,... In- .
"quartet"s'if4'L1vir' Oak bhelp: 'JvV's. : :; : si ., ;
of the Suwannee and Santa Fe Rivers. keep a closer watch" on i Iflju! ubat; BWg

Bradford County Commissioners Joined along the Suwannee River' -

the boards of other counties along the Suwannee River Committee, '
Santa Fe in endorsing action by the of elected officials from the 11 trees. just a: mqnth_ago, he

Suwannee River Coalition toward giving sharing the flood plain of the an FFA school summer students camp.the This
: high ap
the Santa Fe the same "Outstanding and its tributaries was forestry techniques to
Florida Water" designation that has year to monitor the :; production. Sarah
already been given to the Suwannee. the ,Suwannee River Davis, John Greene,
and Kenna Wilkenon at-
Bradford is the sixth county to take Management Ordinance. from Bradford County.

this step the others being Gilchrist, Drpfted by the Governor's 'use',of*the-new*'media, ,
Baker, Columbia, Alachua, and Suwannee. -. and adopted by all and lectures, the county
Union County will be asked to do so municipalities in the river public awareness in

at its next commission meeting, and the dinance sets special benefit 'the quality. of
Suwannee River Coalition will petitionthe dards in the floodplain. Most
Florida Environmental Regulation counties are doing an Is concerned with the
Commission later this month to make enforcing the ordinance on of trees within a city so '
the benefit to
I ( ;, greatest man.
the OFW designation which would afford might be expected some proble forester can assist
additional protection to the Santa arisen. It is expected that local governments and com
Fe from future pollution by industrial, a Department of Community recommending trees to

manufacturing, or mining discharges.The employee the Live Oak '. to practices,'save ;which certain could, in"
OFW classification would serVeas help expose 'violations of the. addition, he is on band to
a rallying point for controlling pollu- and remedy them quickly. with insect and disease

tion in any body of water so designated.Since All of this ties in with their yard trees..
the Suwannee River has already Graham's effort to protect questions about i"trees..
and want to'C'discuss
been given this classification, it is only nation's top tourist ct meat 964-6280,ext.your 219.,
logical that the Santa Fe its main state purchase of endangered '
tributary, should also warrant the same waterways, including
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protection. Certainly, the Suwannee wilderness areas, and river '/, r'g Tree
would not long remain an Outstanding make sure the state doesn't
Florida Water if its major tributary was "Paradise Lost. : ;"the hlp'st for oHi i gatlon
most people to
polluted.-. The push is on to set aside ,..to court. 'I
Not only is the Santa Fe the main undeveloped property now or jaw; Interpreted from old
tributary of the Suwannee, but it is the only alterative forget about that the owner of adjoining
only tributary located wholly within the because In a few years such I or remove any part of a tree
of the State of Florida. The protruding onto his property
jurisdiction be too expensive to buy, or- : doesn't destroy the
offending
other two tributaries the Alapaha and unavailable. or limb-cutting must be
the Withlacoochee have most of their because
; if they've been
"Whatever the the '
length in Georgia.The price" : a long time,_ the owner
action is higher still, says ( gained some. right, to the.
other good news about the Suwannee Graham. :: the property .
and its tributaries is the announce-. .* ,: The Suwannee and'its ment that a full-time State Departmentof priceless now. They will be : s land without peraSssiOQ to

Community Affairs staff member has priceless in the future. ,,' ; : i if it.is on a the of where property the'tne Une.

; ; t e'that you can trimj but
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you my be liable for!
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,Washington is chuckling {at the .ex A 1981 audit showed that : l ;indicate that all the '
Congress) at the ;
signs some tors1 d..nurses'l.were.
a ,!
jokester belongs to the owner of the,
placed on the hot-air, handdryers '
the trunk located
is ,and that
repaying :
loans ,
government\, t
in the capitol restrooms: "Presarthis go to the other perIOD'S laneS
button for a message from your. them through'school.., The It is unlikely,however that
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Congressman." ,volved was $30.6 million. be prosecuted for area
; 1 i ..that fell' in his yard> .
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against the truakby mRa
and climbing onto, the
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: to cut a tree OIl his pro
( : ; It is depriving you 01

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tom 'and then remove. Enough air. will be IIdmm.d.to.tart. the kochupG: f HotlIne coIwmt.. IIa UIe
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Karen'' Lyn Burchette and Robert ,rfig /' .

1\ Brantley TUrner were married Saturday Gladyg i Editor.
Society
jh;: Aug. 0 at 11 a.m. In First'United !fig; Mooty 964-7608 I
;*' k ; Methodist Church,Starke. Officiating
., were the Rev.John Scottand\ Rev.. ;nr
_Warren Langerl: "
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,nv,> ,Burchette: and William A.'Burchette, ,
>/1. Gainesville, wore' natural waistline "
lace gown with a scalloped neckline, : \
fitted bodice, fitted sleeves, bouffant .t h '+r Marry Tallahassee,
,<,,...'akirt with front accented with sequin- t
la", 1 ? 'ed scallops hemline and chapel '
"> flt train. Her attendant was Cheryl Bur- Jane DerriU Gay, daughter of honor. Attendants were Annetta i.,.

II 1\ ,+,cute..1rh8 ; Agatha Register Gay and Arthur Col- Cogdell. Pamela Jordan, Theresa
A' eman of Tallahassee, and John Snell, Scott Allen and Joan Cannon.
4 1ttn Maurice Flynn, 'Jr. son of the Rev. Elizabeth
,'/!u ,.Jh bridegroom, son Flynn was flower girl and
|1'-' Starke, and RobertJanet and, Mrs. John id.Stare Sr. of Donovan' Cox was ring-bearer. '
vl",| ,, Turner Belle Glade,was attended by Tallahassee,former residents, The bride was given in marriage by
Robert V. Turner Billy Burchette were united M marriage July 20 at her, father.A .
and Erie Strickland. 6:30 p.m. in the Episcopal Church of reception was held in the Parish
,1./)' the Advent, Tallahassee, Hall of the church.

.* reception was held at Performing the service were Rev. Following a wedding trip to Disney
hom Ave groom's < Flynn, Sr., father of the World the
: NE Second groom, couple is residing! in
i'..ri ? where l ,assisted by the Rev'.Robert S. Snell. Tallahassee.
'guests
Mrs. T.G.were Ritch.greeted at the door. by "Mrs. Linda,Cox presented a program The bride is employed with Judicial

L'I of nuptial music. Y Administrative Commission.The J;.. Y
I 'Betty Anne Phillips' the Frank 'J. Cogdell was' best man. groom is a senior at Florida ri
2" presided at +
punch bowl and Grover Ushers were Keith Cox, Jim McCor-- State University,majoring In accoun-
Howard and
ii[ DIVito served mick, Duane Gowdy C.L. Bellamyand ting; to be employed by Mardant.
"J" champagne. The
Larry Sloope. Electric Co. after
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graduation in
cake table
was covered with a lace Mrs.John Flynn Jr.
Mrs. Sherrie
Gowdy was matron of Jacksonville.
cloth and held brass candelabras.The *""jlr

couple were toasted from the groom's .
r.,.,' grandmother's crystal goblets.
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:,u I Leigh Ann Odom. handed out rice Free Vision Screening Test The Smurfs and Snow White

b The Help Heidi Sapp
bride graduated from P.K. Celebrate Seventh Mrthaay
.t _' Yonge Laboratory School and attends -
At Woman's Club 19The
'Ii 9 ir II Kj!, Santa Community College. Aug. Heidi Nicole Sapp, daughter of Mr.
11" and Mrs. 'Charles P. Sapp, Jr.,
"*" ". "'The' bridegroom graduated' from Starke Woman's Club will conduct a free vision screening celebrated her seventh birthday
+'rl'' Bradford High School and. Vatdosta1iH' test for all school age children Friday,Aug. 19,at the club house on Saturday, Aug. 13, with the theme of
(Ga:)State CoUege. Walnut Street. Hours for testing will be from 9 a.m. till 12 noon. her party being Snow White and the
vnu After a wedding to St. ." The screening Is free and all school: age and pre-school age little blue people, Smurfs. The party
i!:'. Augustine Beach;\the coup! will live '. t children from four years of age up are urged to take advantage of was given at the home of her paternal
"ll! 1n this grandmother by her mother,Cheryle
D.C.4v. opportunity.
Washington. .41.t" .
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. I be sent to the local. Health Department to be placed in each pupil's The lawn and tables were covered
'!Or>! \ I IllOi by the characters mentioned above.
1"" : .t' This is a'very Important vision test. If students do not have good.. The tables were centered with
Sherry .Blenman jSnd r'Robert Dowling k': vision their ability to learn is handicapped. .--. miniature Christmas trees her
( v Parents are urged to see that their children come to the Woman's guests played games and had ,tots of
biT I.. ,J" JII Club Friday for this free' service. '. fun. The kids rounded off the evening
by having Ice and cakes
cream
V1jed June ]J..1 in Ml&t: Chester .pav decorated in Snow White the Seven
,>. Dwarfs and Smurfs smothered in
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4 > '"+ "V ;j roses. guests were then loaded In-
"\ Jt to a van and taken to see Snow Whiteat
Sherry Lea Blenman 'and Robert College.for electrical l engineering and was' host man1.. Ushers were John ::1 the theatre.
Nelson Dowling were married June 11 is employed ;by ';'Esxon:: .Office owllng,- brother of the bridegroom,
In \the i East Goshen 'Bible ,Church, Systems* Llonvttle, as'an electronic* 'and, Niall Murray}of',West Chester BIRTHS
West Chester, Pa. '" technician. He Is also the grandson of 'The ring bearers were 'ctlrl topher, :
The bride is the daughter of Rev. Cleon M. Dowling and the late Ernest.J. Cottom and Gary'' Blenmaa. of 'Conk \ Color Photos Not Acceptableof I .
.. and Mrs. Larry'E..Blenman of West Dowling, Sr. of Starke,and the ,neaut Ohio. .; -', ? r
Chester. She is a 1979 graduate of great-grandson ol.:. Robert'NeI ort The'cWblerlng'i cf eiriony was performed -' James DoiuUl+ Kelly
West Chester Christian School, at- Dowlingv'a pioneer resident_ Bradford -* by the Re V.' William Walker Color photographs will no consistent quality.; Sometimes -
?" 'tended Kings 'College in Briarcliff County, Pamela,Watson of West Chester wadpianist Mr.and Mrs.Donald Glenn Kelly of longer be accepted by the Telegraph color photographs come
*"*"Manor N.Y. and was graduated from The bride was given in marriage by '' 1arle'9Gannella'oC"Westl'\ Starke announce the birth of a son,
acceptably when re-
'"r-" West 'Chester''-State* College in her,father, who also participated in Chester'played the trumpet and the:" James Donald, born Aug.9 in St. VIn- for' use in the news- out '
.**. 'December, 1982. She Is employed its a weddlng.ceremony.. flute. Carlos Garcia of Briarcliff. ,cent's Medical Center, Jacksonville. paper.* ., photographed and screened;
:! ""'teacher at Discovery Day School. In Darin Blenman,:sister of the bride N.Y.: was.vocalist The bride and/i, Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. Henceforth, please submit a as is necessary, to reproduce'them
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'i, West Chester. was maid of honor.Bridesmaids were' bridegroom also. sang.at. their...wedVgThe'wadding Virginia Ekard and the late James black and white photograph in the newspaper. ButS
The bridegroom U the'eon'oIlr' Tammy Blenman of Cleveland Ohio,i!" ',,1 dIn \\ :I ". "I" ,''' ..Ekard of Starke.GT at.grandmothert; ,.',,.'. often .
Dowling of Malvern Pa. and Ernest and Stephanie*r.Guest of .North a:, ', ,',\ bneaktAstrrMceptioqpr < ''ttoui'.MMli\ OeoibvkeB. > tKeystone.IWlgntaD :Yt n', ;j.'t. "{ !P'f }nc'uczl-,1'1g.it' :more, mpleel/blac.k.; they come'. put
,Dowling, Jr. of StarfceJHe a 1979> .Klntt3viU OhlaJMWtna of the bride ,, :was held "the'Ipickeing' ,CattrorinK-* PateriW itKndpdiSeMs1 V A'* .ti !!o9.rn.na, .enc j weddln0, Q"",.rfiI'! .-ugrey"pr". ,, .
,.tIt ,')/ !\ graduate-("- &.Chaste CMiMUnV 11I$ at Wsel [!weteeesdt'HolidaY InnLlonviUe'I;; y'.Ji'i "1:loMWatMUMrs.' OeoVgti It lyot'bW&e.ni nouncements.This This policy Is to improve the i
School and a 1981 graduate of RETS V,Arm Swyirier pf Laconia': N.H,niece P'- After a.honeymoon trip to Hawaii, i i'Greet grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. .Is quality of the newspaper we
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Electronics School. He Is now attending of the bridegroom were flower girls. the couple is residing In West,Chester, j,: J.D.,.Kelly of Lawtey and Mr. and policy necessary and of
I Delaware County Community Jeffrey A. Speaker;of.West..Chester ,Pa. r"" '. '*, ';. kTh. ,Mrs. ,S, 1, Shackejford' of Jackson-- because ,the Telegraph' Is bring to you cooperation I
HIT ... .... -..- r.; r ville. Unable to, reproduce color our readers In this matter will
an .. 1 William Franklin photographs with any degree be greatly appreciated. '

j :, ''Social Shorts .. .Atwood..1II The Editor I I"A

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.:T.G. RJtdiS ?:Mr.,and Mrs..Wllliam Franklin At-
.;fin A yeUoductC theme was carried Entertain, Newlyweds. it :wood Jr. of Starke,. annoWlC8' the
r., ': 'BHS Class of '7Q. out in the party decorations Including 'I >birth of a son, William Franklin At-
Holds R.untoii a large yellow duck on the front door., Dr,and Mrs.T'.G.: Hitch entertained'with wood III, born July 30 in Alachua'General Captain D's.r
Gainesville. He .
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> ,The i honorees 'and Mrs. Adams a family dinner Tuesday,Aug.9,-' Hospital
; .: The ass of 1'9'18 held their five year greeted the guests at the door. at 7 p.m.at Timuquana Country Club, Joins a sister Jessica age 5.are Mrs. 301 South Starke
'Jacksonville Maternal grandparents
The refreshment table Wascentered for recently. married
; reunion on July 30 at the Starke Golf Norma Bragg of Starke and Stanley
Claire
with a diaper cake made of couples, and Grover Howard.
and Country Club with approximately< diapers and safety pins. ''and Karen and Brant Turner. \ Crew of Tulsa, Okja., .

.)..4.. _' 130. BHS'attending faculty, members attending The hostesses presented the coupl.' ;, Attending were members of both 1 Paternal grandparents Atwood are Mr.Sr.and of ajooI9a1aI ,
Frankin ,
families Mrs. William
Were Grover Howard, Jerry McGrUf with two hand painted baby frames as j ta i 'including mother' of the -
pav J1 Tina Patterson and EmmaJean Red. memento of the occasion. ,honorees! ;' net Turner. ,Starke.,

1111., .'ding. .', .. 'J ", 3'nur.
'r Disc i Jockey T Carver: provided Christopher Hobbs see
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,'uiuu, music for the Cejebrates Birthday ; : to' se
Class members were greeted at the \; 'did
'door by a banner made by Jody At- Christopher Hobbs; son of'Johnny"1 ,' A iaepe.oa MIVtn I of.tu mp,
..t c 'awardedduring' ; 'precious memories! crab meat,oIarne and whIte.Ih..WNs OhOIOe
chlson." Door prizes, were and Kathy Hobbs celebrated his first I .. YOwsh Oe
s the evening aud special thanks birthday at the home'of his grand1parents. speoldreealn

..goes to. the local merchants providing- Mr.,and' Mrs. Tom Casey on" .-, -. \' Memory Mount Photo Albums by Hallmark feature -' L-.wedge foMk'1.otooatereL.
.aw them ; *
urn .The class of 19W has the distinction A colorful doWnUi ll {war carried'out unique cover designs In styles to suit every

t1J', ;of being the largest class to .ever at the cookout attended by 30; 'taste.Jriey're refillable and hold,any standard'

graduate, from. BHS.Parentstob friends and family.at Christopher's' par-'. '"" ,. ,photo mil. But best of:aIr,' they' protect your favorite -
Special guests ;
/"aialii '''Y"W' grandparents, Mt and i photos. to preserve special memories:' ;. ;
R. Hobbs of Tallahasseeand to $l91OO.j'
Mrs Johnny feau. $5.O0 .
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Page** TELEGRAPH August .8. |MJI :

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Candace Welch and Dennis Turner Marry June 4 in Lake City Did You Know.... i > *-i!son tk

M Mrs. J.DJ Odom, Jr. returned last, ." Mr.and Mrs. Billy Natigi and ; i r

Candace Jane Welch became the Alkali Hoop vklrt They wore white Friday from three- weeks trip to.. .' Eric and Mrs. Eva Rock returned last
bride of Dennis Patrick Turner on straw picture hat and carried white .Japan, China, '.Philippines, Hong week from several weeks trip to i the

Saturday evening..June 4, at the First Chantilly lace fans with silk daisies. Kong and Hawaii." Rocky Mountain States Including Teton.?
Grand
United Methodist Church in Lake Ci- Michael Baker was best man and Rocky Mountains,
ushers were Michael Welch, Michael Mrs. Marion Mover' of Jacksonville Yellowstone, and Glacier National ,

ty.The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Green, Don Stevens, Eric Baker, Bob pent'Thursday to Tuesday with her Parks, Flaming Gorge Utah
Mrs. Chauncey Welch of Lake City. Wulterklns.l Tom Newcomb, Jay Hart grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jackson Hole, Wyo. and'WatUrton+ ,*
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. and PautMcDavid.Mrs. Kutch and Mr. and Mr\*. Donald Canada.Mr ;
Roy McDavid Jr. of Brooker, and Martin Page was the wedding Thornton and families.
Dan Turner of Lake City. director. Donny Williams was the and Mr*. Mac Baldwin return-
The Rev. Carl Shafer officiated at organist and Debra Johnson was Tell members of the Methodist, ed SaturdaY after, a. months motor
the candlelight ceremony. soloist youth, group went bowling LanesDion. home trip and visit with friends andrelatives '
Vows were exchanged before ar- .A reception followed the ceremonyat day Aug. 10 at Palm In Tampa .Tallahassee
rangements of daisies with ferns, Lake City Country Club. Hostesses Gainesville accompanied by Denny Bonlfay, Fort Walton Beach,
palms and caladiums. were Mrs. John Myrick, Mrs. Hubert George, youth director. Jackson Miss. Fort ,Worth-Texas,,.'.
Real Susan Balloon, Nancy Baildon, Albuquerque, 11:.M.;. toured Colorado I
The bride, given In marriage by her and Tracy Goes. .J1 Mf. and Mrs. Bradford Locke and I,, and visited Mr. and ,Mr*. Sherrod .
father, wore a formal gown of white After a wedding trip to Daytona sons Dale and Dean of Lake Worth Hamilton In Winder Ga. enroute '
organza with seed pearls and sequinsand Beach and EPCOT Center Mr. and ..,' ..... and Mr. and Mrs. ,TJ" Hutto of home. > :
a satin cathedral train. Her Mrs. Turner are at home In """ .. Jacksonville were weekend guest of ,..-t f, ", ", 1

fingertip veil fell from a Victorian' Tallahassee.The I Mr*. Edna Wells and .Mrs. Carolyn .I n>gtMr. ,
style Venice lace hat accented by bride graduated from Colum- Redgrave and Mrs.Pat Welch and family*i
seed pearls and sequins. She carried a bia High School In 1980 and attended attended the Welch famllly reunion in I
fan of white Chantilly lace with Lake City Community College where Mr*. W.H. Thomson, Miss Lillian Madison Sunday. Mrs. Guilds Schaeffer .
phalenopsis orchids and baby's she graduated from the nursing assis- M1in y r s' i Ii bZ Stump, Mrs: J.WGriffin, Mrs. F.J. of Quitman Ga. returned home
breath.. tant program. She is employed by Shaw and Mrs.J.M. Blackshear spent with them for two days visit. < :. ,
'Mrs. Don Stevens was her sister's Quality Care in Tallahassee. last Monday to Thursday in. Panacea, :4 1
matron of honor. Bridesmaids were The groom Is a 1979 graduate of ." ... < "
Christine Welch. Marjo Turner, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School: in ,. ,
Sharon McDavld Cindy Free,Brenda Gainesville, and a 1981 graduate of : "
Adams Jackie Dillinger, Angela Lee Lake City Community College. He I ia Dr. Dennis Connaughton;

and Brandy Welch. They wore mint currently a physical therapy studentIn ti f 0 (Associated with Dr. Harry Gruen) > v." .
green dotted swiss formal gowns with Tallahassee. : ', "

Z Now Announces ;,. ,;,

Social Notes Sheryl Thompson GuestAt : "
'EVENING DENTAL SERVICES d '
Bridal Shower .,;

Louette Smith Sheryl Thompson, Aug. 20 bride- - elect of Daniel Riddick was honoredat '-
Daniel Grlffls bridal shower Thursday night .:
a 459 W. Call 964-5152,
To 11 Cassie Cooper andShyrel Mr. and Mr*.Dennis Turner ;
Marry SaturdayThe Aug. given by t
Crawford at the home of the

wedding of Ferrell Louette latter on Hampton Lake. .
Smith and Daniel Smith Gnffis will be White carnation corsages were r3iLOT
an event of Saturday, Aug. 20, at 1:30: presented to the guest of honor, the 3 BIG DAYSIy '
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Nancy future groom's mother,Ruth Riddick, EAGLE: 'pWsdaFddaY
Alvarez in Country Club Estates. and to Bonnie Baxter,grandmother of )! f Saturday '
rl( 1ti'AL ET3M !
All friends and relatives are Invitedto the groomtobe.The 1 .
attend. refreshment table and gift
tables were covered with floral print
cloths." Arrangements of red and
End of Summer Dance ,white carnations complemented the .,.f.

For Teenagers Aug. 25 red and white color theme. The cake Super'
was decorated with white Icing and .. ,

An End-of-Summer dance, spon- red flowers. Fruit punch was served .. ;i t
sored by the First United Methodist from a crystal bowl. Crystal com ... .: a" #. ; ,
Church will be held Thursday night potes held mints and nuts. .: ,
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Aug. 25, at the Starke Golf and Coun- Mrs. Baxter was presented with a ;
Ito
blooming red geranium plant as a "
try Club.
Terry Carver, disc Jockey, will provide prize, which she in turn gave to the S '
dS.
music for dancing for fifth to future bride. aVID j\; :
eighth graders from 7 to 9:30 p.m. and Assisting the guest of honor In open- : ,
for ninth graders and up from 9:30: to Ing gifts and keeping the record book :, : ,
midnight. There will be door prizes, were Julie Van Looven and Paula al. orIl
free snacks and soft drinks at 25 cents Register. Beverly Durrance, Brena a i. I ITK iH
each. Skeen and Bridget Skeen assisted in .

Tickets at $2 each are available at serving refreshments. .-
the Methodist church of flee. Proceedswill Out of town guests attended from "
United Gainesville Keystone Heights, t "
go to the Florida First J' /
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Methodist Church Children's Home. Baldwin and Jacksonville. d I
Preceding the shower, guests were ,
given a tour of the new home designedand I
Senior CitizensTo built by the couple on Hampton / 1 I
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Have Bag Lunch .Lake. I :' 'I I't


Alll senior citizens ae4nvitadte.ton;,.,''i11..tfloYt'of Offleers-;:: : 11tH ; ',i ,, ( /1 ,.,
t. a
ing a bag lunch and meet at noon In r.
Held Ch"rl.tla' ChurchThe o a a"boob.s '' silos.F '" '
by rmdwt
the Methodist Fellowship Hall on ." ,ng fit d; lire ,'" t
Thursday, Aug. 25.Beginner's Ilk 'r'
:i C Men's Fellowship of the First t ..
Christian Church held an election of 5/386 ti !
BridgeTo officers at their meeting last Thurs- ;.,
Start Aug. 23 day evening at Western. Steer Steak $ ;

House. %a'v..aQo',1'.
Beginner's bridge classes will start The following officers were electedfor ,
the coming : president, Ed 1 C n 89 1 I .., :
Tuesday Aug. 23a t 6:15: p.m. at the year 5/2 "
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.Jeff Moore; WAS 47.88p.a t. ...,, WAS a.06
Starke Woman's Club. Kaster; vice-president,
secretary, Jay Hayes; and treasurer, 17A LOS.PACE TAt1ITa HO M MOTOR OH, QT. 32/QAL./ 'TRASH CAN I
Virgil Jordan. aunt 3" UbMla for pool cMorlnprolaeta your angina from wow Haavy_Hily plies can with map.loa. '", 1;
Meetings will be held on the second along Con1.M. % and oorroalon Famous oualltvl lock Ud to a..nt.ptlw .
Mrs. John Torode, Jr. -< ,
Thursday night of each month and all

Stork Shower HonoreeMrs. men from high school age and older r .. ',1I'

are invited. 'k. ". '
John A. Torode, Jr. was .. >,, .
honored at a stork shower Tuesday :. ) \
Crosby ReunionTo ,
evening given by Mrs. Steve Futch, : f."
Mrs. Donald Thornton and Mrs. Bill Be Held '<' .

Adams at the Kingsley Lake home of This Weekend -183 ,'i,,,' ,'
the latter.
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were'used toas ; 1r
Summer flowers ttgq Family members of the late Philip s 1it,63 ;+\
the BOYr uvrs cones
interest
highlight points of party -,
A. and Clarissa M. Bragg Crosby are
r or Ian 6 :
and arrangement of the Hwy OW
rooms an klrl"p
scheduled to gather Saturday and e. a. *) y
same flowers centered the refreshment Sunday, Aug. 20 it 21,. for the annual l* -14 tuflMtt* 34.90

Twenty-five table. guests were invited to family On the reunion.first day of.- the reunion, YOUR CHOICE }? LADY TOWEL PCPPEREU.ENSEMBLE "' 1)4 83' $ '
attend between the hours 7:30 and 9 363
p.m Saturday, family member have wen UP TOM! fi' aJ1 ATM WERE 6.77./..,...27 .AI ass WERE is" r r Ce .
from 3-5
planned a peanut boiling .
The hostesses presented the p.m. at the old Crosby homestead in VINYL OR WISHED FOLDING CHAIRS ?' LUNCH KITS wen! a 77..... honoree with a baby swing as a Brooker where the fami- tubing oraftad or Webbed""oJtwlt 'Child'...'. MKool lunch, WASHCLOTH Long h
Hugh 477 /ronoto :
Crosby Sortoo.
memento of the occasion. ly lives. _num ftama .Mw0froornall -\- kite..... Tharmo bot..... DISC PRICI.......,.. I baoK.;==4114 or tan. Man speok.t.aa-3 'f ,,SS l
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The Sunday reunion luncheon will No Pest ,}
ChurchTo be held at the Lake Butler Community OF THE WN
Mt. Calvary Bpt.
Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All "
Observe AnniversaryMt. family members And friends are in- .
vited to attend and bring a favorite .;; i",
Calvary Baptist Church will dish. Approximately 150 guests were
observe their first Deaconess an- at the reunion last year and hopes are
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niversary on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 5 there will be even more this Sunday in '
Lake Butler according to chairman 'I lIr
p.m.President Mrs: Gloria Hampton Is Phil Nichols. 1A- SPRAV"Do- 1,1 :> ,.I
asking all Deaconess and friends to At noon Sunday, families and t.\: \
please come out and participate to friends will bold a brief meeting to .. .
make this a glorious occasion.Rev. discuss events of the past year and 'J,. ,,';''j...,

Mrs. Gloria. Alphonso Hampton Jenkins, president.Minister.. plans urged for next to bring year.old Family and recent membersare pic- 4i3 83' ; 94 3CNO [ / Ii I ..
El 4 2nlaf.OW/f : ,
tures for the historical part of the pro WERE UP CHOr.Ei a7 V.ha tYOU R WFR!a t>o WAS 16.8111 7aia000NT WER 46TO 3 r
tiHOiCEI
Did You Know.>> .......... gram. /.6a PRICE .... ..
Due to'.time Involved In showing AUTO NEEDS SAVE INStCTICIDC[i'tMON,2WAX98 '9"AUTO PAI UOW JOG MOT LADrtf KMT TOM le "ti i
New Arrivals In Town The slides after lunch, beginning this year Hot Bran* HUM or Iran*, fttm 4 Tk*. Horn a in. < SMnM like The Sure H4OMUlatlnfl ton for *. ,Poly/niton tollat will Pay/eons, A..ona a.. ASHIMS v' ,
Volunteers of America Home for' 'pictures,of.. one family only will be munon eeel.r.oond ma*". Pass 4 Oaf an. H O* uM. is et,or Part*. 14 M. truotM ilaaodotKarfc .**..or..r.uMi. *-L a1.M MyI. M.L Maps Rt1I + .) J
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Disabled Women at 1370 S. Walnut St. shown. >
BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALSI SAVE !- SS% ,' f
have a new program director and The following committees were appointed AT t
house manager in Major Frederic A. by chairman Nichols In ,. J.'. f
Siddons, U.S. Army Retired, and his preparation for the annual reunion: I r ,...vi" .1
wife Lady Lela Jo Ann Fuller Sid- Time and Place-Hilah Duke of Lake Ores! ."' r
dons of Devonshire.They have moved Butler; Supplies-Reta and Richard ;,..-, I
here from the VO home in Jackson- (Buster) Crosby of Brooker; Peanut 11HJ" ;t'A
ville. Before coming from Port St. Boiling-Wright Crosby of Titton, Ga. ,."" ,.k\;
Lucie. Maj. Siddons retired from the and Hugh and Richard Crosby and J' ,p.t, h
U.S. Army 10 years ago with Phil Vellenga of,Brooker; Finance &I 'r .r
numerous awards and decorations: chairman-Ralph Mott of Edgewater ,i,
Fred and Jo Ann belong to several Md.;History and publication-Marilyn ,"
organizations Including: Masonic Vellenga of Brooker and Barbara Ii.11 t,

Order, York Rite Bodies, Eastern Davis crosby. of Gainesville; and Sam 43HI Papar-Mata "M"' Crnt Tooth 'e o auy a 4 PC.TAN VINYL a A SOCK# t'I
Star, .White ShrIne'of Jerusalem, Correspondencee-Eudene Rowan of Mil Pan, WAS 1 01. And fin / Man $ L00011t,1t EST ,, ."',
183S.
IOOF VFW, American Legion, DAV. Greensboro. ../. aHI Need S5OWd.t, or neled/ X.-- + Went 1 { : .
(T00.* ** L<> sew 661N i hd sk is roM..r..... .,.. w.-Jn 7" ,, < ,r.
Military Order of Cooties,.40 Alta La IS?' I01a III 9 Walla 1 N WERE 141.111111 '
WIRE 243 .
Caa/uonkp/ Or 1.OIL Tube. In 60 6nNt. 1 ,.... Spyw..a.14M ROT "J1,
AmericanRevolution 133 .n..w
Femmes, ,Sons of the Did You' Know.......... wt1S 1A6. .,..yt.... ..,., Sava a7laRI ht Du.ror 'u"C4kW 4..160 a 'OAKRTIALLmoat maws MUM BOOT* '<"l'1., )j
and. the American War Saw a w VkM a.Rkq 9kww 79S Oeoda.M a 6r Attl.Par -109, 0a ,r... .., tTVGM Wr1'. a.nWnt woods n.thpr '. 'i''
Mothers 'f. andson t t'AASa M WAS t a 1 e.yotttbr tan. wppoia(npa/ Miaa.T-u.vt j ,;t'i
Rev. and Mrs/Benjamin Boone
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John Adams of Atlanta and and daughter of Memphis Tenn. '

children, Amy and Sam,were Sunday. were .Tuesday,.Aug. 9. overnight -. '
overnight guests of his parents, Dr guest of Mr. and Mrs.Olin W. White. ",,,10( I
and Mrs. H.H. Adam. On Wednesday the Boone traveled to /,
St. Augustine, Marineland and Disney 1
Mrs. Mabel Sanders, Mr*. Wanda World before returning !home. on"enlenl ? '

Smith Heather. Grant O'steen Williams and Mary,Greg Wattenon Clark, Mr, aV 4 red( Mrs.' O.QV. Strayhorn of 221. r::;:" :Ot.It "Staip: '3 ,vJ'M at'i, ; y

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Lex Green, III will 'enter his: Miss Jennifer Dodge, daughter of,, ,-r : [ ,
sophomore year at the University of ]Vtr and Mrs. David L. Dodge Be-1', ..,.-. i,;
Florida this weekend. I lent Road In Starke, performed in a'

Mr.' and Mrs. Al Kay.Carlisle have a ,)I Saturday Rhythmic Aug.Gymnastic 13,at the demonstration Oaks Mall In J JGainesville If. : ;

returned after 10 days in Virginia ,I The group will perform P d ITa .
Beach, Va. visiting their soninlawand I again at the Oaks Mall this Friday 101'L ,,
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward t from 1-5 p.m..; this Saturday from 1-5 ,'I LJ
Ferry and family. They were accompanied I p.m. at the Gainesville Mall; and I ;
by their daughter, Mrs, .again on Labor Day from 1-5 p.m.-at X ,
Priscilla Poutenls of Harvard, Mass, I the Gainesville > Mall. TV 20 'of ,' '
who was here the week previous.Mr. I Gainesville is also taping a segment
: 'etch the girls for ,future showing, ...1.1sreniiasrsaslaasssi ; I
and Mrs. T.H. Slade and Mrs 'I
Clyde Sinclair have: "returned from 'Bl1O I

two,weeks trip to Norway. ..{ nail
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Mrs. Joyce Mock of Hampton, S.C. aMr. ; :
visited her sister,Mrs.Mavis Goodgelast FILLER 20 '1.-
week. '
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Willie Mae Judd and Irene Mobley _
Lavern IL Outlaw returned last Thursday from a five e i
day vacation at the Gulf Side Inn at

, Panama City Beach. They were joined .-. .
Terwillegar AssociateCecelia by two other sisters Lois Filcher :rte)
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of Sneads and Mary Alice Waldraf of avaarowr f. d2I
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Terwillegar of TerwUIegar Panama City. j. ,, W 59' 'I 1111 r
Realty;Is proud to anounce that '
Lorna Reddish has returned '
Mrs. M 200
Lavern,H. Outlaw Is now associatedwith j'
the real estate : 205 N. after seven weeks in Alachua General COUNT naa
company _J .
confined after
Hospital where she was .
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Temple ,
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an automobile accident.She will be on' litt. : :
Outlaw graduated from Bay'High ,
crutches until December.Mr. ,
Panama attended Stetson
School City .
University and served\ with the & Mrs.David'Hodges
U.S.Army in Korea. .and Mrs.Thomas L.Casey Mr. u
He was sell-employed at Thomas and Mrs. Lee Casey Tara and QUESTION .
Lumber. for 18 years. He retired Thomas,, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny : t0
from the Liberty National Life Insurance Hobbs and Christopher returned from How con (know whot Insurance THEME yT
Company In July;of this year. Tunnel Hill Ill for the annual Casey coverage I hove E avcarowr
Outlaw is married to the former' family reunion They stopped for the before I file claim? f I irca
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Alma Thomas and they have three day at Opryland on their way home.. I- n$
some Lavern Outlaw Jr., of Punta BOOKS lie
Gorda! ; Tommy Outlaw of Starke Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mrs. Julia ANSWER: j t'1
and Dr; James Outlaw of Winter Alvarez attended the 50th wedding an- Most people Make the 3 SUBJECT rIA I
Park. H niversary of Mn and Mrs. F.L. 70 COUNT 120 COUNT
,Mr.and Mrs.Outlaw have resided 5 Clough in Douglas Ga. on Aug. 5. costly mistake of assuming l ; ii ..
miles south of Starke on U.S. "that one Insurance\ policy Is. ...r, '
Highway 301 since 1950. Outlaw Is a Robbie Shaller visited Mr.and Mrs. the. as good '
same ,or just at
member of the First Baptist Church Bill Renfroe In Fort White last Tues- :.' 69'oj ,
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of Starke and Is a Mason and. .a day to Friday. at another.. And they :: '
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Shriner. discover too late that'the attitudes .

of .different .
Morgan Reddish, four year old son companies I
Did You Know........... of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reddish, has t toward 'claim 'Otf
returned after three weeks In Shand's payments vary,widely. We rJsuss !:: "
Cecelia JA
Bradford County TerwUIegar and Martin represented Gr Iner, Teaching Hospital. ,will;,., help;, you.lpl n Insurance ."

represented Union County last Thursday -- Ruth Cotten Lizle Moseley Ila May coverage that will awn
in Branford at a meeting. of the Moseley and Ethel!: Grainger of protect'you: best. Our object BRIEF IV

Suwannee River Authority. guests.of Wauchula Mrs.were J.G.Aug.Jackson.. 8 overnight They live Is to Inform you of the P EN; C 11.$ FOLDERI I 113rl

Mrs. Walker McGee Mr. and Mrs. along with Mrs. Ila Rain and Mrs. exact coverage of any m
Joe McGee Mr.and Mrs.Bert McGee J.G. Jackson, went to Chiefland on policy you have'with us.Call 14 COUNT ,;
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sunday Aug.7 to attend a family reu-, side. ;
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us .we're on your 4 PACK
Rhoden and family of Salt Springs
nlon.-Mrs. Ila Rain and Mrs. Jackson .
joined Mr and Mrs.Curtis McGee,' remained in Chiefland until Wednes- .
Mr.and Mrs.Ode McGee and family, day. I
Mr. and.Mr?. Mark McGee all ofHopkinsville. HODGESIns 69 :
/Ky.and Rick McGee of ., a 9
Murray, Ky. at the Holiday Inn'in Reddish of A'
Mr and Mrs. Doug
ranc Agency LOW
Clanton, Ala.:on Friday, Aug.5.They Tallahassee spent last week visiting '.,U oT
attended the McGee family reunion l
all their parents Mr. and Mrs. Drew; 964-4571 : JI JII
In Maplesville. Ala. on Sunday Reddish in Starke, Mr and Mrs. IC.Wynn I >\ .
Aug. 7 and returned to their respective in Keystone: Heights,and also 4o\'rt\ \ "" '" 'I _." ., ,
homes ow Aug. 8.-4t *$& -** ["WMr.and l>1rs.Stan BMdlsh In StiM'r' : ", \l 1 I'''! : }; o i A>*ii.ir : nwkiCRAYOLA /\ ;:t :
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Ward of Terwillegar Realty attendedthe 7" mn____________" u_._ ,
District I Fun and Educational .
pays at the Hilton in Gainesville on d GLUE-ALL ,4 CRAYONS 3 r j
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Saturday. This is sponsored by the BRADFORDPRINTERS =
Florida Association of Realtors. 24 COUNT
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Mr.and Mrs.L.F.-Dinklns were hipascagoula ,

and their Mrs.son-in-law J.Li. Miss Stith.and last daughter week visiting."Dr:. __ )1l l 10 W. Call Street II/lIJ'ifI. :i Ib 39 ew.avoasi payola Per., a:=

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Kerschner's birthday.with lunch at SAve' : SAVE ., SAVE SAVE : ,:
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the Western Steer Steak 'oiibj
Tuesday Aug 9. On Thursday Jhe -
class celebrated .the birthdays .of H Buy ;
Heavener and ; ?
Lucile Godwin Betty BIC.7 ;
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Carolyn Eaves at the Brown Derby In a 5OQ Lett rhecdsRaody : .
Gainesville:with.() members. atten- ,
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I referred to an orthopedic ii Siono
broken below the elbow. was
showed right arm was '
my '
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surgeon In Gainesville who apparently had other obligations so I' >1. ; iJ3

'j! 'Slim'.was,seen It was by'to another be surfjery one who or a gave cast.mean I decided altenutlv on tt-cast.when I had he viewed it on,for the a,i i;cs.,,),;,1monttl 101 : ?r JOIifM I

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without\ having rely on nw\ WtTiandand arm 1 feel attaoug I .'. t.h t I
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Lean Ground Chuck AVO.P/CO. LB$1,79, ,0- ,

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Flag Football Registration to Begin.,'.. "1>

Registration for the youth flag football program,sponsored by the Stark ""T'rM experienced secondary should Lane and Russell have the speed for:,
Recreation Department will begin Monday.Aug.29. : : help support a not-so experienced the corners. Both run track when foot
The program is set for boys and girls In two age groups, 8-10 year olds and defensive front line, until the line has ball season ends. Shoenlng\ Is not quits:
11-13 year olda.Registration. time to gel,,indicated Head Bradford ,as quick, but anUMpates and moveps
will be from 8:30 a.m.through noon and 1-5 p.m.at the old ar. High Football Coach David well."We. the
mory. Sign ups will also be taken at Pratt St. Center from 3 to S p.m.,Monday t.alt'week the r.l"eraph went over are inexperienced on ;
through Friday ,the BBS offense. This week a brief defensive line and we have a lot of:

A fee oTl3.SO will be charged to cover the cost of t-shirU for the par summary of the defense was taken. work to do. But, I feel confident
ticipants. Bradford gridders hit the field Monday we can come up with
: T. .iL in shorts. Today the Tornadoes mented Horse, :;
will start practice Depth is one of the biggest pit*
Soccer Registration to Begin.... lt The secondary Is completed with a blems facing the defensive line! ate;
soccer r ; 1 I line up'of last year's lettermen. cording to defensive line Coach Mikfc
and girls S through 7 can sign up to participate in the program with
Boys ages Eric Lane and Brad Russell will beholding Sexton pretty sound the
sponsored by the Starke Recreation Department. down,, the cornerback pos- first line-Up, but depth is going to btt!
this will run at the same times and locations as flag { "'' .,*
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ttons. Lane and Russell each weiahrIiIht the big factor for us. ;
footbalL :.: at 155 pounds. "We have to Justwo'k on baste

Jimmy Shoenlng will be returning defense," says Spxton., -3

Meeting Set For Men's Flag Football.... to fill the free safety spot.Tony Davis Positioned at defensive ends are
and Robert Carver will.be sharing Billy Rehburg and Barry I Warren;;
Teams interested in particiaUng in Starke Recreation Dept.'s men's flag responsibility for the monster posi. Backing them up will be Mike Chape
football league should attend meeting set for September 8. 1983. poll and Richard Crosby. ;
The meeting will start at 7 p.m. at the old armory. tion.Davta is the only' player in the up from the JV and Rehburg player
Managers must attend the meeting to have a team In the league. More secondary thatdld not start in at least varsity last year. '
details about the league will be discussed at the meeting. one game last season At tackles are Tommy Johnson and
5- Wayne Cribbs started last year at Jamie Whitehead. Back-ups are
s. noseman and offensive tackle. Donald Thornton, Tony Parker Runty -
Exercise Class Set.... "It looks like they all came back in Sullivan and Tim Dudding.

A morning exercise class will begin September 8, lasting irom 9:30: to 11 'pretty welt "shape and they are catching Tentative starting linebackers and are
commented BHS secondary Oliver Tyson, 195 pound Junior

a.m.The class will be held at the old armory on Tuesday and Thursday. Ap- coach Mike Hartley, Billy Roberson.
propriate dress is required and there is no charge for the function., ., Smooth deliveries.... "Since we are a little more experienced Backing those positions are Chap-
the second Bradford backs work we can work on things a pell Warren, Rehberg and Craig
Daring day of fall practice High on giving "
little Falstraux.
quicker, says Hartley. "We .
and taking the ball.
Night Exercise Class Offered.... BHS started fall practice \Monday Aug. 15 and) will dun' pads and helments .Secondaries have a chance this to season.be one"of the finest\ Chandler Playing, backed sum linebacker by Robers is n.Early

Starke Recreation Deptartment is offering a night time'exercise class. today.Cumniings.

Classes will begin Tuesday Sept. 13 In the old armory Advanced classes .
will be at 5:30: and the ginning class will start at 6:30p.m.. -
Registration will be held the first night. A fee of$8 Is set for the 10 week '" !M -
course. |
Appropriate dress will be required and it recommended that participants
bring a mat or towel. Cheryl Godwin will be the inllturct r.


Bradford Quarterback .Club to Meet.... I To Play :

'The Bradford Quarterback Club meeting was rescheduled for Tuesday

August beginning: at 7:30 p.m,. '
Head Bradford High Coach David Hurse urges all parents of football For Gators
players and anyone else interested in BUS football to attend the meeting.

1978 Bradford High graduate and

Ceramics Class to Re-open.... football Rowland CummingsIs r 1' t,' '' 'Q,
playing
now for the University of
Mrs.Ullie Ann Johns'ceramics class will be re-opening Monday,Aug 29, Florida football team..
at the Old :Armory. Cummings who has been in the US
Monday evening sessions will be at 7 p.m. and the Wednesday morning Army four years and walked onto the

session will start at 9 a.m.. team in spring try-outs. He Is playing
defensive end and outside linebacker t4 ;
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Starke Quarterback Club to Meet.... making it. I watched him during the
spring and he was hanging In there
The "Starke Quarterback Club" will be meeting tonight. for the first with the rest of them,: .
meeting of the season.aiwsWtJn; *'_-__ "u.iJUv MVK* >' .1""'rJ.,,If acf,!' pp omrqeJli
eery before
club hate Thursdaynight
The dub is a Gator booster Nurse also commented that CummIngs -

University This Thursday of Florida night games.Gator fans are urged to attend a chicken dinner at the had while grown playing physically at BHSJo from a a 215 180 4 *

American Legion Hall across from the National Guard Armory on EdwardsRoad. pounder
also
pounder now. Cummings played

The.meeting starts at 6-30 p.m.and the dinner will begin around 7:30: p.m. defensive the Tornadoes."He end and. offensive tackle for

Cost to Join the club is$25. serious and a solid In- M t
Last week the Telegraph was in error about the date of the meeting Is very tr r ti v1c
dividual.He was always a dependable
type player," says Hurse '.
Cummings! 22 years old now
should benefit from being older than
FSU Boosters to Hear Bowden..... most of the other players on the Gator .

Bradford-Union Seminole Boosters will have its organizational dinner this squad. ,. Offensive Line Drills; : Jj
Saturday Aug. 20 at the Starke Golf and Country c1 ab. Hurse said that he had talked to '" Here linemen drilled to follow the direction L J8
Bradford High footballers were hard at work Tuesday are being .
will Include conference call with Head Florida some of the coaches and they In- ..
of the a
Highlights vening 'of rushers the line. :ol
State University Football Coach Bobby Bowden FSU door prizes football dicated that he should see ac ton this afternoon, the second day of. fall practice.' ;;J_ on '. '. ;. 4,\ ;" .
highlights and remarks by Jacksonville Seminole Booster President Larry year, possibly on specialty ,'teams. ., '. "' ., *' '' >' .q
Jordan. Specialty, teams are kickoffs and '

Local officers elected for this season are President John D. Johns, Vice- returns, punts and punt returns .0s Fish Attractors Successful In Area Lakes::, <<*. S

pres.Bob Milner, Secretary Linda Grit(is, and Tres. Larry Reddish. well as field goat units: J.:,, I ''1'1
Ronnie Griffis Mike Denton and Ed L .
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Richard ,
Board members are Sugger,
advised fishermen UI teach
blocks. Krummrich
Cummings had to foot the bill this frets
Shadd. The Florida Game and Fresh Water .
Approximately SO people have already Joined from Bradford and Union term for school and to live in the foot- Fish Commission's fish attractor program -- "This type, attractor provides an attractor will be marked and blaERand by'ttbuoy
white
Counties as well. Heights and the Kingsley Lake area.. but should go on a full offers anglers an excellent opportunity area for fish food organisms to con colored ,orange and
scholarship will have' Florida Game
"Game Watch" parties are planned. for the upcoming football season as. following term if he to harvest panfish and centrate and multiply and cover in a Commission#
I Fresh Water Fish
well as other activities. continues to improve. largemouth bass. which to hide said Jerry Krum. .'
Membership is open to any alumni supporter, or fan of Florida State "He Is real excited about playing" mrich,regional fisheries biologist for emblem on it.Area.kes wlt'b fish ass
University. commented his fiance Freda Holmes. The program was.Initiated in 1977 thejCommission's! northeast region. ;:: Commission and
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Although meal reservations are required for Saturday evening people can also of Starke. "At first I did not like and currently there are over ISO fish 'A tractors include Lochloosa
attend the function or receive applications to Join the Seminole Booster by the idea but now I'm starting to get attractors In Florida's lakes. Most at- the attractors are at least four feet Newnans in Alachua County, Ocean
calling any of the following: Johnny JohnI9&4-6200. Bob Milner M44904, excited" : tractors are constructed of Urea or below the surface and cover an area, Pond in Baker County and Crosby,
Richard Dugger 471-2636, or Linda Griffis at 431-1126 after S p.m., "I think he's got what It takes to tree limbs tied together securely and I of approximately 100 feet by 100 feet, Little Santa Fe, Sampson *and Santa
make it,"concluded Hurse. J weighted to the lake bottom by con> ,or \about. one-quarter of an acre. Fein Bradford\ County, .


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great birthday starts at'our store! You'll find ;

Electric placed fifth at the came tournament against Goodyear UH hint team of Gadsden.for the .everything you need to make the celebration J.sp .
regional men's industrial Softball "
league tournament in Gadsden Ala. suffering their first defeat of theweekend. daJ-HaI1mark 'cards, decorations,
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Alabama last weekend CE. ending this eighth inning.. 4-3,: Tommy Wise was injured part/ware, gift wrap .and even candles,for the, ,
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Two week play ends ago Clay Electric .be Juggled during on play the Infield causing, and players accor-to cake! Birthday parties are'furl, easy & quick' '

landed a berth to the tournament by three
Coach Steve Thomas,
placing second in the state meet in ding to
out of. positionplayers
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placed errors
Westinghouse first defeat. Hitters -
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eliminating loss to Clay Electric at for the game were Tommy tt a:
regional. Johnell Smith. 3/4 and Dwight III
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played p.m. ( TypefonicHEAVY
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on a "truly, beautiful field! in a .
Outstanding defensive play from .beautiful complex". State Florida T r. I
pitcher Dwight Elder led the day Champs.Westinghouse of PensacoU.;of; DUTYOFFICE ELECTRONIC',
Electric team during the weekend. (the same team to knock Clay out II III .
in State) defeated Clay IBM Selectrlc or .
Hitting a sharp .750 for the weekend. first position Versus .
Elder helped the club defeat Russell '4-2 In a -250 seven hit game. Fred features before you buy.:I
I Mills of Phoenix City,Ala.. 16-2,in the Wheeler and Donald Wheeler. had two Compare. these
first game of play this past weekend. hits eachIndividual i" of ordinary officeelectric.
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them the price .
: Leading hitters for the game were standings for the electronic typewriter at..less,, ,,' : '.r .. :
Elder. 3/3; Donald Wheeler 3/4; weekend were: Tommy Wise .800; ':
I Tommy Wise and Claude Hardee 2/2 Bill Ratlin. .308; JohneU Smith .400 .Correct up to 10 characters at the touch of a single key. I.
and Grady Bostick 2/4. assisted by with 1 HR; Matt Hull .571 (1 HR); .Change printwheels and cassette ribbons in seconds.
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I solo homers by Matt Hull (2/4) and Donald Wheeler .600; Claude at extra high without piling,skipping\pr Jamming; .
Type speed ; ..
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Job eJl Smith (2/4). day batted .529.. Hardee. ; K" 'I 'r. ;'1.(1' .1\1J. :
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.154 Fred Wheeler, .400; '
Saturday Game number morning two, ,pitted played Clay on Dwight Elder!: ; .750 Grady Bestidre >' parts of an ordinary typewriter,;. . i 'f, 'a\ I t9e3 HalNn.rk (,ad.. ins '
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against Dave Volkert and Assoc. of .364. and Bob Shoemaker. .454. that means I less maintenance $ 5 9 5 '
Ala the "We! are all really proud of the class > "
Birmingham, dropping :; lM Be0/ Z'b. ,
'Bama team into the losers bracket our guys' showed In play' this Even..less with. trade .' :
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: 12-3 for a team average The Office 'Shop'J:
perfect morning at the plate They kept their heads up.even when ,
f .were Matt Hull and Bob Shoemaker the back-to-back JaIMe upset \them. The Shop + ,

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Tommy to all the n.
logged a 3/4 showing; .
for their contributions Skeet" Starke *t 964-5764)), .
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state animal the Florida pan- being carried out by the the Big Cypress. and Everglades

! ther, will receive a great deal more Commission's endangered species regions. SCHOOL T"'..._,... _at". .
attention from scientists and the; program. The federal government's However unsubstantiated reports ...-...- ---.. 5%J"' .( ,r1
It public under legislation enacted this financial support for endangered of ''the panther have been made 1 SPECIALS ::::'::'.::..-r..: : 'r:::"..; 110. .
year-This Is the first time that state species has declined in recent years. throughout the state. Research on th :.:;-..= :;:= $1 69./wda. $ .95g t .
. legislation has singled out a specific .Also created by the law is the animal and Its habits has been con- .rasp .,..r....,.., "' ''ru ... ... aN59 ro.e1111N'tH
animal that Is managed Florida Panther Technical ducted by the Commission for the or.Yr".r....."M', 1"::..:...rasa' _Ca..M a.r.uyhr le.YNMr ;
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tI for research. appointed by the Governor will thers have been captured and fitted : : : : : ''' rn== \ ';:' ldIetrpe
tt radio collars I IF II $7.79e$9.49ez.. ___ 1 :=:;; = : "h. "' ".. "" "
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a ; study of potential reintroduction ment of large mammal. designated the state animal in 1982. --.." -... ...,
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A public education about theFlorida panther did not occur: too soon. A of being an endangered speciesin -, ;- ._ ,
A panther.The minimum of 20 panthers have been the state. Under state law the kill- =.:::.. -- 574: _II
Identified In the south Florida area to ing of a Florida Panther Is a third-. ". no- \ IAMnr.rMr
new program 1 is expected to TfctOffice ::Erto"" :T''''rr1. Y1 1
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The Bradford County School Board $33,350. Verna Schmidt, Southside Elemen- '
look{ care of the final preparations for The money was returned due to the tary teacher; Keith Teutons, Hampton COpy victor goo

i tee new school year by setting school efforts of Dolores Meng and the Elementary: P.E. teacher. .18M' MACHINE CALCULATOR 27 '
I h prices and approving the bus various cafeteria staff members in ss.'taass
routes so that school can beginMnoothly portion control and overall efficiency. The board heard reports from Architect '+ \
and on schedule. Baker County has school lunch Al Dompe on the construction TYPEWRITER ar.:1995 S11900 Draww
.*The board raising school prices that are even higher than status of several projects.: Dompe SelectrioII: _.71..._ .... ALE CABINETItfMeMIDMM -'
" lunch prices aped cents in all Bradford's present prices and they said that the re-roofing Job was I 1'. Reg 060. .
Eategones, Increasing lunch prices subsidized their food service program' substantially. complete,a final inspection .... '1..,... :

Y for the first time in the past eight with 40000. Levy County a lunch' by the state Department of ,_- -960 2 Dnwtr '1.4900 $9.99
prices are also higher and they were Education Is required before the
years. board will llelll 'IDN ,- File Cabinet-.::. '
subsidized by $70,000. authorize the final pay- -
time in the past eight years .
3hnch: prices actually:decreased andJhen Raising the lunch prices by 10 cents ment.Dompe said that there were one .... 'I7J. .M r--sl.l/ter,=, =c.d:sw:- .,=
were raised. back to- their1 will mean that the board will not haveto ot two problems with the roof that had + :=wr''r..7rr .
!Wiginal level, the level at which they provide the entire $52,000 subsidythat to be corrected before the job was fin- '11900 '
was estimated. for .the. 83.841 .sihed.I ,
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yrere year. school year under last year's price t I On the west side of the- building,'th\r\ I

&The new lunch prices will be: structure. A smaller subsidy to food roof is leaking tar under the tar break I Isw
service will mean more money In the that was designed to stop tar from 40 25% 30 29+ "'
33 Elementary ..MIS budget for other areas of.need In the melting in the sun and running over
county; the edge of the roof. : -
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Middle. The board also approved the 83-84 mentioned was in a skylight that -,,----- cr.
g 1II1b'M bus routes as the same as 82-83 bus was :Broken and allowed water -::-=... :;,".- :::; $2.99 .n r.r caw
:&; Reduced M routes except that they will probablyrun damage in one bathroom. The -
& Adult 1.40 a few minutes earlier due to the damage was done before the' construction FJ:1Hif1\i\ '
schedule change In the high school firm had begun on the roof ....- sow ...- I Ofiewl.n I
Even with the new school IW1ChIces. particular, with the provision that In that area and the damage has now :::'''C''r: o__,. sr.ad'.awr.tnla.l$3.69..e -
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be evaluated during the first few been N.KYe.r = .
Bradford County compares! they repaired and the skylight fixed. .
: with the surrounding coun-. days of school and changed as need There are some minor Items to be =- ..::.:-.0-, -J -: ::" -
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; to Alachua, Baker. Clay a later Ume.; OUROFFICE
i Dixie Duval. Flagler, Dompe recommended that the
: t, Levy and Union Counties,' In'other action i board authorize the DOE Inspection' 2096 24 s. t TK ;;H- '. .
i county would have school '-? because it takes time to set up an In- ll a =; ; :: ..aFURNITUREsHOWEOOM
prices below Bradford's. The following instructional personnel spection. The board decided to go
;w'Gilchrbn County charges 50 cents were appointed by the board: ahead and accept the job as aub tan- .,'.1 .-
: r Elementary, Middle and High Elbdsdiah, Middle School tially complete pending the correction aa.l .. '" .... '
i :hoot; 10 rents for reduced lundha; M M % ectaUst; Cheryl Boyette, of any problems! on the board's '$2.79----- ,'- $222'U
i id $1.50 for adults. The only,way Lawtey Inementary teacher; Donna list and authorise tHe! Inspection so 1.SO: a.w sell .r.N.r I
i at are able to maintain those low Brewer. teacher transferred to that It can take place as soon as possi' OFFICE
Wlcea is by the school board luboidMK Hampton Elementary Norma Cunningham ble. -- "

g the school lunch program to the Middle School teacher; Cynthia ::: .::.':. :.'::'C' SHOP
told ... ..w
j,ne of $11.000 more than twice the.nount DeVaJerio Starke Elementaryteacher Dompe also the board that the -.-. I- ,. a.-f
< that Bradford subsidized. > .Nancy Genest, County-wide asbestos removal project was almost n..-sa.w--. q..1. ..sow al.ns 1 AI. '. .
elr school lunch! program and more speech clinician; Henry Greene complete. :"Several' part are complete -, '. 944-5764 } .
Ed. Coordinator :Verdell but the > ,..,f.
i lan any other subsidy provided by Community ; project Is not'totally
j a counties, mentioned.. Hall summer.. school te.d"'r?JamasHaizard ; 'rum_te.'I have lots OFFICE FURNITURE ....
j +Last year Bradford provided for a District School trac&r'will 4 a parts J :.
school lunch psychologist; ; \ or tha pru qh tha r r Y
..000 subsidy of the K.tb1'1.obl' dirgctly 111'1M.
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end SouthsMa teacher; ArleUe......e. Mid-/ fIC"'o sail. ,1. '
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Lawtey News nuilher Mrs. Carl Prevail. Chief and Mrs. Wayne CuBUfson Earl Prevatt. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Terry on Monday then went on to
Gary Thompson son of Mrs. Daisy and family of Pensacola returned George Roller of Tallahassee is Truman Norman, were weekend Jacksonville to be with another

Thompson, graduated from police home on Sunday, Aug., 14, af ;\\Ipen.!; spending- the ,.summer with hit* guests of her sister M.... Aline Brown! daughter Mrs. Milly Grlner, during.,
.by Elizabeth Terry academy Friday Aug. 5 and Is ding some time with, their parents parents. Mr'and.Mral. ,\ Ceorgei"Roller-'. of Orlando. <; '{;. /* *\&! -> I.surgery. in !St. Mike's; Hospital.,' f <: ;u';'

: employed by the Houston Police Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobba. The family of Lawtey.. :: rriends'or'tiarTroxell"regret' to, 'v'l"' 1'" L'---1' 'v' :
phone Department.Mrs. gave little Kristin Gusta'son a birthday we. ,are proud to hear fhM"Mrs.. learn .that h.. Is In St. Vincent's, Walter NesSmlth) Receives2nd
CllimOII ACTIVITIES: J.P. Wyrick of Tallahassee. dinner on Saturday -Aug. 13. Daisy Thompson was able to come Hospital Jacksonville, because of an .
Several members of Grace United rived Sunday Aug. 14, and will be Their guests were Mr: and Mrs. Andrew home a week after having had accident. Our prayers arc with him. Lieutenant Rank .

Methodist Church enjoyed a workdayand with her sister. Miss Elizabeth Terry McCombs Mr. and Mrs. John surgery In Alachua General Hospital Mrs. Viola Stokes and sons of Ocoee .

dinner at the church Saturday, through her birthday Butler of Gainesville and Giles Mitchell Gainesville Our prayers are with were Saturday overnight guests of Wultttr S NwiSmlth. son of mabra
Aug. 22. Their other sister Mrs. C.!:. of Starke. her.Mr. their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Oily
Aug. 13.The E. NwiSmilh of lake
Official Board of Grace United Strickland of Gainesville plans to Mrs. Mabel Parrish of Avon Park and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and and Mrs. Lonnie Teston and' their. D, and Mury txttn, commissioned an Army"Mofmd
Methodist Church will meet after the spend Aug. 20th weekend with them. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon 1 family of Lakeland spent the weekend mother Mrs. Wordle Melton. has ; completion; of
Mrs. Strickland will return home with : with his mother, Mrs. Wilma 'Wainwright lieutenant upon
Mrs.
of
service next Sunday Monday. Craig Carroll and children '
worship : Fort
morning '. )ivunci J ROTC training aL
Aug. 21. Mrs. Wyrick on Aug. 23. Pastor and Mrs. David Brown spent Boca Raton returned home after a< N.C.! '
Grace United Methodist Church Christina And Kindle Mobley' a week with his parents Mr.and Mrs. Mrs..B.L. Wllkison Sr. spent some spending a week with ,!let: mother BrutfU.. << -
had their monthly fellowship supper Starke spent the weekend with their Poster Brown of Todd N.C. We are time with her families.in Jacksonville Mrs. Earl Troxell. NcSSmith! was a student at the
at the church Sunday night at 6 p.m. grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. Frank happy to hear that she is recovering :' They were Mrs: 'Annette wiggins Mrs, ,C.E. 'Strickland and \University of Plot ida; Gainesville.

Camp.Mr. after a recent illness. '. -Mrs. Eunice Edwards Mrs. .daughters, Mrs.:Don Parcellucci and Iht will now serve with the U.S. Army
PERSONALS: and Mrs. Oscar' Carter are Mrs. Genelle Underwood and son of Debbie Arwood and Mrs. Sherrie' Mrs.Joe Bason of Gainesville visited' ItcMTW in GulncHvillo.
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Mrs. Juanita Harper of Starke was traveling in the mountains of North Green Cove Springs are spending a Sheering. with her sisters Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of, Ills wife, Peggy Is too daughter of
a Wednesday dinner guest of her Carolina for two weeks. week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Prevatt and her son-m-- Tallahassee and Miss Elizabeth Clark: und Barbara Stovull, of

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Mrs. Dee Tetatone and Mrs;Mary Sue I
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Mr. and Mrs..William Harrell and Brooker Girl Scouts > ,
Willingham, ,
t C.E."Sue" Davis ;; o jDuriitYNews;;
phone 485-1344 daughter Sheni and Susan Ann Dyal The Brooker Girl Scouts'enjoyed a ;
of Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Charles fun filled day recently as they .

PERSONALS: Perry of Gainesville have returned gathered up sack lunches and gear The gift and refreshment; tables by Elisabeth Walked,?'' Lawtey Church of Christ' Gospel
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Allen and babyof home after a week at Crescent Beachon and accompanied their leader Cathy were covered with matching pink and phone B64-68H3 ?' Sing will be held Sunday Aug. 21. at 3

Pensacola visited her grandparents the East coast. Hobbs to Ocala: for the day at Wild blue floral cloths. Centered on the NEWS p.m. featuring The Faithful Few of
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Cindy Lou Countryman is attendingthe Waters. Attending were 'Amy Fletcher refreshment table was, a. beautiful CHURCH: $: Cocoa. Also a gospel meeting begins

several days last week. Renal Transplant Camp at Camp Sarah Douglas Tonia Johnson cake decorated with pink rose buds New' Bethel Baptist tiiireh will ,Sunday Aug. 21 through Friday Aug.
Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins suffered McConnell near Melrose on Lake Karen Stokes and Melissa Hislop. and lavender flowers white baby host services on Monday night Aug. 28 at 7:30: p.m. A different speaker U
another stroke during the past Swan. I booties and Inscribed "Welcome 22, beginning at 7 p.m. Please plan to ;'anticipated for each evening service.
weekend and Is a patient in Alachua Of the 60 members of the Jones Little Kristine Manning Baby Kristen." The ake was flankedby attend and bring someone; visitorsare NAACP Meeting will be held on

General Hospital in Gainesville. family who gathered for a family reu- Shower Honoree a miniature stroller and bassinet. always welcome to Join in the services Tuesday night Aug. 23, at the Church
Lucretia Combos daughter of Mr. nion and birthday celebration of four A baby shower honoring KrIstine covered with pink chiffon. Annex of Greater Allen A.M.E.

and Mrs. Warren Mizelle Is visitng of the members here in (prooker Manning Infant daughter of Mr. and On Friday night Aug. 19, New Church beginning at 6 p.m. Your
her parents here'and will be at their recently only 11 of the brothers and Mrs. Bruce Manning was held at the The punch table was centered withan Bethel Baptist Church will loin in ser presence and cooperation is very
Salt Springs retreat for the next two sisters of 17 children were present. A Fellowship Hall of the Brooker Bap- arrangement of pink and blue silk vices with New Hope Baptist Churchin much encouraged.
weeks before returning to Miami. proud moment for Mrs. Ethel Russ tist Church on Tuesday night.July 26. flowers flanked by a Mother Goose their family and friends observation Baptist Church Rev.
when she .
the oldest Jones child
was Mosey
Mrs. Tony Stalnaker and son Philip The 30 guests attending were figurine. services. L.W. pastor will have services
attended the wedding of her brother. and her daughter, Earnestine Bryan and registered By Shirley Green while The Youth department would like to beginning their evening ser-

Charles W. Grinder Jr. to Patricia her granddaughter. Sheila Bently ,other hostesses greeted guests at the .Young KrIstine received many give thanks to God and New Bethel vices for their Family and Friends
Ann Moore at Safety Harbor recently. her great grandson little Brandy door.A lovely gifts. Hostesses for the occasion Baptist members along with special Day on Thursday night, Aug. 18, Fri-
Judy Godwin returned home Friday Bently as four generations stood corsage of pink and white baby were Mrs. Inez Green Mrs. thanks to Rev. and Mrs. A.J Simmons day night Aug. 19, and Sunday Aug.
after a week with her cousin, Lourie before the members. Several new and additions socks was presented to the new Laverne Edwards Jackie Johns and chaperons for the wonderful 21. Please plan to attend one or all of
of the clan were present
in Lake Butler.Mr. that bestowed these services.
Godwin Honored were Shirley Green Ilene Lewis Linda opportunity was
guests present
mother.
for the reunion to be held at ,
and Mrs. Wendell Thompson'ofLand plans are Kristine's great-grandmother Mrs. Cox Tammy Benefield. and Lucy Ed- upon them one Aug. 8 through Aug. 11
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thermon
O' Lakes were recent weekend the wards. to have been able to Journey to Pen
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Davis. Jones In Lady Lake In 1964. Videl Smith and two grandmothers, sacola 'to be in services at the State

General Baptist BTU and Sunday Ensign Roberson Graduates

Refre.her CouriM school Congress. Officer Candidate School
I Legal Notices Randolph Blank.n.hlp tompUtcs t. Family and Friends Day' will be
'' observed at New Bethel Ensign L. Roberson
embarkationdebarLation Baptist Navy Jeffry ,
Marine Lance Cpl. R. beach obstacles negotiating of
Randolph the Church beginning Sept. 8, 9 & 11. son of retired Col. John F. Robersonof
of Gerald and nets and
Blankenshlp, son Please mark these dates on Keystone Heights has been com-
ty, Florida Probate Division GILBERT S. BROWN of assault of fortified your ,
Starke positions
Murley amphibious
NOTICEOF .. these
calendars and to aUend missioned in his rank
present
plan upon
INTENTIONTO the address ,of AS CLERK OF SAID recently completed amphibious '
services and take an active graduation from Officer' Candidate
REGISTER which Is Bradford Canty ,COURT refresher training. The final exercise Is a mock nigh part.
Public welcome to and all serer School (OCS).
Courthouse, Starke, BYiFayeN.Whlteheod/ : Force executed from a.tank ; any
FICTITIOUS NAME Conducted at the Landing raid assault vices. OCS' located at the Naval Education
Florida 32091. The As Deputy Clerk8114tchg901 Naval, Am- anchored offshore.He .
Training Command landing ship
Fellowship of Churches Inc. will and Training Center Newport,R.
Pursuant to Section names and addresses of phibluos Base Norfolk Va.. the five- is.currently serving with' 2nd convene at New Bethel Baptist I., is designed to prepare students to
S6S.09 Florida Statutes, the personal representative NOTICEOF day<< course is designed to provide Marine 'Division' ,Camp t..eJeuner. Church in its regular fourth assume the duties and responsibilities
notice Is hereby given and the personalrepresentative's INTENTIONTO Marines with refresher training in N.C, meeting on Aug. 28 at 3 p.m. Sunday of commissioned officers.
that the undersigned attorney REGISTER ship-to-shore movements breaching Simmons pastor.
Warren D. Fletcher, are set forth FICTITIOUS NAME

Owner FAR Rentals, below. .
Inc., SOS Central All Interested personsare Pursuant to Section --

Av.nu., Crescent: City, required to file with 865.09. Florida Statutes
Fl 33012.sole owner,doing this court WITHIN THREE notice Is hereby given
business under the MONTHS OF THE FIRST that the undersigned'
Ms T. Causey, sole
firm name of PUTNAM PUBLICATION OF THIS
MEDICARE SUPPLIES. 107 NOTICE: ((1)) all claims owner, doing business
under the firm ofIVIS'
name
the estate and
E. West Edwards Road against
Starke. Florida 32091. ((2)) any objection by anInterested MACRAME GIFT
SHOP. 117 South Thompson -
Intends to register said person to.
Street, Starke "
lit k fictitious neme under the, whom this notice was Ji.,''.,,.FlerideAIMendertt." '
' < aforesaid statute-.. mailed hot challenges register sold, fictitious
Dated this 9th day' of the validity of the will name under the

August.. A.D.... 1903 In the qualifications of the aforesaid statute
Bradford County. personal representative, Dated this 29th day of l
'/11 .Uchg 9/01 venue, or jurisdiction of July A.D.. 1983 In Bradford the
the court. County. t on 1 ; ,Ab j ;" 'r

.ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS 8/04 4lpd 8/25 ,, ",! j; ;i I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '
NOT SO FILED
:: Of THE EIGHTH WILL BE FOREVER BAR ...... ;
: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, : : : :
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" BRADFORD IN COUNTY AND FOR, RED.Publication of this NOTICEOF INTENTTO b ;Bradford County Telegraph ,: ,

FLORIDA Notice has begun onAugu.t REGISTER j .
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II, 1983.
CASE NO. 82-385 FICTITIOUS NAME 1 '
PersonalRepresentative ;;

JOANN HILL YARD, : Stale of Florida ';:.Nowthe time to :order' Subscription :r rl :"
formerly JOANN THOMPSON GEORGE PRESCOTT GILL County of Bradford 'l\ ,
Plaintiff. 612 E. Bridges Street ,/U..f. ta* *."'., .".- .. ,; ,... 1"0'". ,
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VS. Starke. Florida 32091 ROSEMARY P. / ': ,;t '1\.1\ : .11'..
JOHNNIE BLAINE THOMPSON Attorney for SCHEYDER hereby gives ':l For Kids. .1.'. ;" \
and ALMA J. P.tonolR.prtollv. notice that she intends to \ College .... ., ':. ,;.. .\ j! .4
THOMPSON Defendants. .: register with the Clerk of 11 "r .
f DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A. Circuit Court for Bradford


I Notice NOTICE Is hereby OF SALE given (P.O.(904)Starke.)Drawer 964-5701 Florida 1030 32091 AUTOMOTIVE County name Florida,of, and the E ft fictitious to R- The Telegraph the best possible way ''" 'r' ;


'. that, pursuant on order 8/112tchg 8/18 engage In business under .
or a final judgement of

, the foreclosure above-captioned entered: action In IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF that principal fictitious name place witha of JI'I;: to keep up with what'sgoing'on"' ": ,

I I will ..lIlh.proper FLORIDA. EIGHTH business at 2163 N. Temple e
ty situated In Bradford Av.nu., Starke,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN .
I, County Florida, described AND FOR Florida 32091. \\ hometown:' ./ ',.. '/.

I I 1 South as: Half of Lot 19 Except BRADFORD COUNTY, SCHEYDER/s/ROSEMARY P. fl \cm:: : .1_ ; ill the : : ., .1'.iA'-1{ ? I.. /" .1._"

I of and FLORIDA. \
Right Way EUGENE F. SHAW \ \\\ ,
' CASE NO.83-243-C
' North 50 feet of Lot 30 Except P.O. Drawer 1030 ... 11 ., ,, '11"
Right of Way of Section Slarke, Fl 32091 II- ,. '1/s' ,' 2'.tt
I 18, Township 5 CLARENCE EARL CANIPE. (9CU 964-5701 w-

'' South, Range 22 East, as Individually and o.N..I Attorney forR.gi.ltanl \\ \\ '" "' "" SO When pack.theh

per map or plat of Friend ofCLARENCE \.\I,. 'I. you ',"
}: Woodlown, recorded In EARL 8/18 4lchg 9/08 \. __ "" I "
Plat Book No. I 17 I. '
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Page MCDONALD. : I :- --to : > ,
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; County Florida, con. FAITH GEARING and NOTICE:OP NAMES' suitcase '
jf taming 5.496 acres, more JAMES BEARING-- OPPERNONSAPPEARING TOSS ,
{( or 1 lew.I Plaintiffs, OWNERS OP Ir .
I at public sole, 'to the VS ABANDONED rBOFERTVPsrsusBl

i j for highest cash,and at the best easternmost bidder- MARLENE BEARUP and la s...... 18 Pack A Subscription To The Telegraph 'Too
DONALD BEARUP, _
front door of the Chipur 71T. Florida. "W .. :. .
Defendants. aatfUaaFlorid. DUpoiiUoa, .
Bradford County Couri 11......... Praparty A.l". tltt",fSend' ,
lho.... In Stcuke, Florida, .. .
au** to tarafcy st a thai Iksno
on Thursday, the 25th day NOTICE OF ACTIONTO .. ** Hatod balaw appaar lato .. .... .-,.. ." .. --.'"_.
of August, 1983, between ....awaoni of...lalaM4 par- -- -- -" '.'' '. 11'1\. ', ,I" .' -

11:00: o'clock A.M. and : DONALD 8EARUP. rd r lalaJlaibio....._04.pr..rtypmm.d THIS .\1,!.".' ; ., _, .'(. '. ', ." -' : .
2:00 o'clock P.M.GILBERTS.. ADDRESS AND I" .
DOCS NOT INVOLVE REAL '\
BROWN ESTATE..
, .CLERK CIRCUIT COURT RESIDENCEUNKNOWN.. THORNTON., WJ. Rout t. ',Telegrap'h.to : 'f"" } '; "
[ .By: Beulah Moody Bra ..... Stark. *, Fl. UM1. JA'' I /. "))0.0'",." I..

'! Deputy cleric YOU ARE NOTIFIED OM.I WSaOta.I.t'.raU.a iw...... as J; I .. .,. I. :."" < 'I. !'. '
Samuel S. Jocobsen Esq. that an action for MUM or liiiilpUoe. ol U. ; "' "",' ,g/ ",!t'r'\ ) ; ''';. '' ,
I DATZJACOBSEN' ..DeclaratoryJudgement prepay Uucs u ....head.aaklag '' 'I' 1.. .i'.,: 4Sas't> 'I', '.S ", '4' l .' .
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2902 Independent SquareJacksonville. and Other Relief hoi .. UUIr .....1... .............. .....! .!.......... .. : : !:! !
I been filed against you "b..d., ; : .I"I" ', I"w' .
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Attorneys for Plaintiff serve a copy ofyour pay haw..5..h Buy SB afcteljM4 pared By-say r. ,, /,., ,. .t".. r..O. oJ1h\( :J' l'''', 'II, .' I' "
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-,. 8/11 2tchg S/16 any pars pe.SS u Ist.ntl tti-.i' 4' ".f. : !..iJ e '" -
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FOR BRADFORD A. BESSENT, III. ESQUIRE Pnp.ry WtlB AUBi*. 1401 Ab..dr.d.... I'I.I"',,}, ",, I i ,.fII'iJ".r' ; !> ., ,to" ',' < ,
,, .' COUNTY.FLORIDA whose address Is: BES. c.pt. T.U...._ Plaid.'asset Add'. ;44 t.1t: ; ,,, ,, ..."t'' ;< j; ; ," 'f""" I..t\4."h\ v .'
. 'J.- '. PROBATE VISION SENT MOODY I east 4st._ M ssn us.O.s ,/1./ ', ,: : .>:il"f'i1.K" :I' .:: "ikt} "" .'" I, -. ., ," ..' .
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I-34S7 Georgia Street P.O. Box. .Is this BOUBB. Ualoaa afoot ol '!,,' \ tl. .t", :-: ',,'; ,,,{ !, .. """ .' .,' I II
1056. Starka, Florida. .. t. .
32091, an or before BVBBrahlB.by OMakar IB praaaataj*>. IMS ta ihaailair Ikaaaalail I ............., .......;': ; ...... ........... ......;" ... .. .;....I, .. I ',
IN REt THE ESTATE Of and prsp.ry ... ha ddtn d b. \ ; : \' : : ,
September 8. 1983. .. JF.t', State 'Z'I !.
JEFFERSON D. DOYLE > to u. CaaipMllaa Ci. e. \
III* the original with the ,
morMa. Thn..Ra..11 furtkarCaBjptrallar Y :
f Deceased 'Clerk of this. Court... art M -.a.. W \ 7'1. '
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FlorMa.
either .before service :
? NOTICE on OERALDLBWISCOHPTIMMJJCHOP: : tt >

Of ADMINISTRATION the Immediately Plaintiffs, attorney thereafter or, : a/ISIMbpi4a4 FLORIDA I Encl ..41 i. 0 check,. >; r11.004'. ''I.I : N ':
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administration of otherwise a default will ,. ... 1
be entered against you } '. '
the astute ..JEFFERSOND. for the relief demanded )t., .. ?: I ', _
'DOYLE deceased, rv asna tli elgirt'ui irstece ,x nen'
File Number 83-31-CP, Is'' In this Complaint. I' Su n a c ,
DATED this 29th day ol

1 pending for Bradford In the' Circuit COUTH July A.D.. 1983. .,..... ,
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Over 95 talented artists are set to to'converge on' Keystone Heights for this annual event : :



Bj Mark Frledlln at S p.m. to give the artists on hand ,
BCT STaff Writer r time to take down their displays
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Thousands of out-of-town visitors ,ixs before darkness sets in.
and local and area citizens will be And what displays there will be.
heading for Keystone Heights for a "What a beautiful collection of art
host of Labor Day weekend activitiesthat e all In one place!" one visitor com-
will be highlighted by the Fourth mented during last year's show. "You
Annual Festival of the Lakes Arts and could look around for two or three
Crafts Show. days and not have time to see
The show which according to spon- everything."
sors has steadily grown bigger and Some of the most talented local and
better each year since it began is ex- area artists the Lake Region has to offer -
pected to attract over 93 artists are returning to display their'
specializing in a variety of different s. wares at the show this year.
specialties including oil painting Wel Some of the local returning artists
acrylics and ink drawings and. who will be displaying oils acrylicsand
watercolors, sculpture and pottery watercolors include Dorothy
dollmaklng tapestries Individualportraits Chrlstoffers Newman Mary Woodward
and a host of others. tdNU"y who took a first place ribbon at
... "The applications for the show have last year's show for one of her many
Increased every year so that we are rr ....E+7K works, and Francis Moore of
almost to the point of running out of Hawthorne who will showing his uni-
space" commented Clay Librarian que "primitive oils".
Andl Blount, who helps organize the. Another local artist who is a
event. "Everyone Is, very pleased .. .: newcomer to the Festival of the Lakes
with the growth of the event over the .-t show this year is Celia Cade Suarez of
last four years" Melrose who will be displaying some
Artists from all over the state do l' : .i.' of her collection of "non-objective"

seem to be putting the show on their .. t' paintings colorful works of an
list of "must attend" events. A look I abstract nature which are sure to
through, the applications already on popular. ,'
,hand reveal a large precentage of artists < The craft displays are always
and craftsmen and women from 'varied and Interesting in their own
Gainesville, Jacksonville Palatka' r right. This year will feature pottery
and, even some from Tallahassee t f t>w :q displays, including those of Melrose
Orlando and Tampa who have signedup artist Richard Decker who's funny-

for'the limited amount of. space faced mugs plates and glasses are
available for display. always a hit with the younger set.
The show will be held this year as it Many displays of stained glass a skill
has for the past four years,, in the that has become very popular In the
Keystone Heights Theme Park last few years, will also be shown.
located on :State Road 21 near the There will be a large display of hand-
public beach at Lake Geneva. crafted jewelry displayed at the showas
Last year's festivities drew a crowdof well. Including works by noted

onlookers well beyond expectationsand K A Keystone Heights artist Diana Fava.
more of the same is predicted for' Sandra Carlson of Gainesville will
this. year's show Clay County also return to the show this year,
Sheriff's Department officials displaying both traditional and
estimated the crowd last year at sculptural basketry in a varied arrayof
"several thousand" and are planningto forms utilizing both .clay and fiberin
handle. : at least that many this time her creations.

around, another fact attesting to the Variety.. ty;

growing popularity of the show These artliUUhown( here with there displays at the show last ) will be' See... Festival...
The festival will open officially at 9 year The show Is In Its fourth year and many award-winning artists will be returnIng -
a.m. Saturday, Sept.' and will close among over 99 artists on hand for an event that li steadily growing In popular--. to show their works everything from painting to crafts and more. See Page 4
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By Mark Frledll lying on a workbench. "We were'outwest kind of nervous because this Is my exposed places creating the final
BCT Staff Writer on a Christ Camping Institute first show In Keystone Heights but. shape carved into the wood. ,-.
One of the many artists who will be convention when I met an artist who I'm really looking forward to showingmy "It's a little bit of work but it's very
displaying their works at the upcom- specialized In the same type of work. work and most of all, meeting and enjoyable," Kathy says. "I'm plannIng -
I ing Fourth Annual Festival of the' He taught me some of the basics and talking to the other artists who will be on experimenting with different
Lakes Arts and Crafts Show is a then I put some of his ideas to work there. It's exciting to be able to get designs as I get better at doing the
relative newcomer to this area. when we came here to live in Melrose. together with so many other artists at carving. That s the fun part."
I've always been Interested in art and one place." Sales are another aspect of the
Kathy Brumbaugh of Melrose will the sand-blasting technique was one I Festival of the Lakes Show that at-
be' showing her> sand-blasted art was interested in but never knew Kathy begins her sand-blasted plaques tracts artists as well many
works at the show and she was busily much about until our trip.It by first choosing a design. She customers coming from all over the
IU'Y finishing several pieces with an electric then etches the drawing onto the North Florida region to see and buy
r1 sander when we caught up with will be the first show Kathy has wooden surface. Covering the design the many works of art on display dur-
5 her earlier this week at her home entered and she has heard quite a bit with a rubberized material she then ing the one-day event. *
r 7Nfik near Camp Swan. from other artists about the upcoming carefully cuts the lines into the "It would always be nice to make
"I learned how to do this kind work show material and away from the spaces .some sales at the show," Kathy said.
about two years ago on a trip,with my' : "Everyone is talking about it and I she wants hollowed out. The sand- "But seeing the other artists and talk-
,husband out to New Mexico she saidas expect there will be quite a few blaster comes next and it carves the ing with them is what I'm looking for-
she bent over several of her works talented artists there" she said."I'm wnnd sway from around the design's ward to most of all."

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says she's looking forward to selling some of her works at the show but i

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; .-.Local.Government:: Meetings "'i..,,,'r.. \ > Performance of this classic, St: Augustine play continue In the l.SOO teat amphitheatre.
A Welghtwetch'er due.. I I. being h.ld In Keyttone Height on Tuesday evening at I
for and for children and
Reterved *eat ore So adult $4 tenlor citlz.nsr.csivs
7 p.m. at the Woman'Club and In Slorke on Monday night at 6:30 p.m. Call Peggy
10 discount. For Information write to Craw and Sword, PO Box
IIA mad. .....rrrfCounty Schools_...11 will hold a bargaining ....1011 en Thursday flegl.,... 473-3730 for more Information' ;. a percent 1969
Florida call 471-1969.
SI,Augutllne, 33003 or ((904))
Aug. .IB at 1 p.m. In the school board .meriting room on N. Temple Ave. .. "** .
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talon County School*...... will hold a tpeclal l meellng on Tueiday Aug. 30 Of 7:30: ,,, '" ? (. Cultural, Ev.nt. \: .,.It", The Florid. Stt. Mu..um__
In the School Board meeting room In 'the Union County Courthotn to approve 'the : r th. Hall of
p.m. ', .! hMerninyeld. i Feature a Florida cave, five Florida ecmyitem Florida History and a
annual. financial report ?p I '1 Mayan Palace. and Object GoII.,,. Hour 9-5 weekday and Saturday. Tueiday open
:''jCl 1 .*.. 'I'\ IJ" .: Mature c.n: _... I l- ,f '* 1
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and 9 Sunday
Bradford Cu...ty *ehil< tovnli will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday Aug. 15.In the. ,At 3540 I. Unlvenlly Av*. ((374.2170)th.) (. Nature Center has i'Bobts' Seattle, p.m. 15pm.
.., ..'. '" .... .. 9 9:30-10:30 a.m. "Earth Muun!) Rood at ma'! UF campus In Gain.willwr '
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Victory Baptist Chapel In Hampton the new mission of the First Baptist FOR MOM & DADService
Church of Starke is getting a new building. The men of First Baptist Church w Rugged Work BootsWolverine
the Victory Baptist Chapel, as well as men from all over the Florida Baptist Shoes '
Convention are hard at work raising the walls and roof of the new building In Welts
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can have eternal life through Jesus Christ. SHOP & COMPARE '
Church of Starke and the Hampton Mission ,... .
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would like to invite your help in building the new building. We are working on "
this new project on Saturdays beginnnng at 8 a.m. If you would like to participate i'
(in building a church in Hampton and receive the blessing of participating Allow 7 to '10 Days DOUBLE
in eternal work, please come out for work this Saturday in Hampton Special: Orders! '
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!E Democratic Party p.m. in the council chambers of. They. are. .: '''"|''.l 'jnent_Human and Civil Rights STARKE"SHOE ,REP: AIR '

i The Florida inC Jacksonville City Hall. Jobs.and the Economy. T
(FDP) will hold a public hearing is'to Education 'I /',
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her creations with beads and embroidery Hemisphere. .
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clothing. which will also take place Saturday

2.*... clothing"Normally the they Santa,F don't Gainesville accept 1..." ept.be Tbl'I\Irment\ $",ring al't1Ibnor\ng a101 Lm gn J jSn! !IitI ,1sY3' .

''\Art Show butthey made because a spectaffxception her- (t I )'Tei'n'pl' 'Pot ntate Jessie lri f !II =s
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designs were so parades ever held In Keystone
60 units will be on hand.
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wood carvings on display
of his
cultural event sponsored by the?
Art Factors Shop in Keystone profit Women's
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People helping people has beenSa must hnvr ilie x inn ,ill. "It's really sad," says Frank, "I Pittsburgh within four hours. Air ;
tradition In the South since! the days of llsHlio-lypu, and the d..., hale to think of it that way. But really transportation is not easy to find at
barn-raisings and quilting bees,and must be the right. SIM..lore child Bub- the only' way we can get a liver is the drop of a hat, but the Silcoxes f
nowhere is that tradition more'evl- ba's age. through death. I don't like, feeling 'have made arrangements with a
dent than in the cases of children like The Silcoxes are on a waiting list selfish and 1 guess that anyone with friend of theirs In Ocala to fly Frank
Franklin Wayne Silcox Jr. ft? with other families who have children this problem has to reel a little selfish and Bubba to Pittsburgh as soon as ,
Frank, Jr., son of Franklin "andJoyce with the same problem 'at' the because they. want their child to live, I they get word that the organ is :.I j
Silcox of Jacksonville, Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh know I do." available Joyce Silcox will follow j 1
desperately needs a liver transplant. The Silcoxes say that it is difficultto "A lot of times, the doctors don't them on the next commercial flight. i i ,
He has a rare.congenital liver think of the decision that must be think about children with this pro- Finding the correct organ Is the i i I
disorder called biliary atresU. Doctors made by another parent so that their .blem when they have a child being most immediate problem the Silcox '
My that children who have this child may live. Somewhere, the kept alive on machines," says"Frank family faces, but it is by no means the i ,
disorder rarely live past the age of parents of a child whose body Is being "They don't think to ask the parents if only problem. The operation that will I
two without a life-saving transplant. kept alive on machines, but who has they'd like to donate their child's save Bubba's life will cost between j
People In Jacksonville and from all suffered brain-death, must be askedto organs. It sounds bad" but Bubba I r
over this area have made their make the decison to donate their must have the liver to survive See... I
presence and their good wishes felt In child's liver so that Bubba and other When the correct type of liver Is Silcox... .
I. many ways. Donations and fund- children like him can survive. found for Rtihna he must arrive In
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who is a native Bradford Countian Operators LHoria Herring Nellie Foreman McKnlght (Owner)
and who graduated from Bradford '

County"He is High supposed School.to go to Snands: today "' Care Free & B&B Curls

SiJ + Aug 12) from the Naval *
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about 8 days" said Frank, "He only '
got out of the hospital last Friday BACK-TO-SCHOOL
CAulI!. S) and went back in Wednesday -
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Bubba will receive a treatment ofantibiotics. Permanent Relaxers .S"Curl
Franklin Silcox Jr., blood tests and x-rays to Conditioner for Boys or Girls '
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family Is this, the liver that Bubba 12-15 years old '
must have to live has to fit certain 14.50 '
t tint 'solo flight around th.' world occurred : very definite specifications The most (Longholnllhtlymore August 16 August 31 '30.00
in 1933. It took pilot Post difficult of these is that it must be ) (Discount for 2 or mar. In family)
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Jewelry ReturnedTo Bond for the charce was set at 130ft. far the charges totalled$580.Andes ; b
Woods was released after he pasted a son was released eD his awn
Starke StoreOne surety band.Starke. rerognmaoce. !
Clearance'
month after the burglary of Hampton Man Arrested "Year
Williams .
Jewelry Store In Stark* the
stolen Jewelry baa been returned to Man Arrested. Charged With DWI
the Reddish store,according to Sheriff Dotnh Charged With Battery Clarence Ib,... 48. of Hampton ,
Last week owner Charney Williams Gordon Wayne Bakrr. 19 of Starkewas was charged with driving intoxicated A
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and Investigator Don Denton of the Treated August S and chargedwith to Trooper D.F.Peseta.Uagan .
Bradford County Sheriffs Office and battery
aggravated battery
1981 CMC pickup
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made a trip to Venice Florida werethe according to Deputy Frank Lee. truck was westbound on CR-2B9....
stolen jewelry had been recoveredJuly A capias was tamed for Baker for he lost control of his vehicle and
ll. More than 90 percent of the his part la an incident May 2S when struck rail on the north
a guard
Jewelry has been recovered and Baker aOedgedty started fight with vehicle
shoulder of the The
roadway.
returned,said Denton. Kenny Raj-sea parking tot to Starke. '
then travelled aernsouth the road to the LOOK
LOOK .
The arrest of three men and two Starke police were called ta the shoulder and came to rest in the (LOOK
women turned up articles from other hospital where Ray was being treated ditch. '
burglaries in Sarasota County and far a broken nose aeconOng. to Hagan was taken to Bradford 1983 S-tO 1983 C-1Q 1983 OldsRrena '
Lake City as well as a stolen vehicle Patrolman Greg Nichols.Bead Hospital where be was treated and
and two escaped inmate from far the charges! was act at
Tomoka Correctional Institute and SUM.Baker was released ea his ewalecogniiance ftIeuecL Pickup TrstclQQ tns.a. .. ,
Damage to the pickup was$1,800.
5' Texas and a runaway from YotusiaSe and told I* stay away '
from the victim. X73060 $69880No
$6388
Charges of burglary and rand Fire Distroys Y
gB theft have been filed in Bradford Building Friday tae, nh. t4. KM* 1451
KKS; County against Phyllis MJoan..3C.jJSI .
Charles R. Stevens. U. Charles R. Fire dotrored building behind the
SSC Jones.Jr....Carl Cotenvui Randall.s5 Two Lawtey Arrests Colon Joiner's borne off Bethel
25,and a female juvesle.all which For Public Drinking Church Road outside Starte test. Frt-- 1/r S
S5S are being held m Sarasota 0IuIIIy.s dayaigM.The .
Tw men have been arrested in fire was spotted by a neighbor
= Lawtey for drinking an alcoholic who with the help of others tried ts
beverage ta pabUe a parking lot. control the fire until Lawtey Correctional Impalas CutlassAs
1.. Ricardo_Rondo.M.of Lawteywas and KingBtey Lake Volunteer Custom "
:::::: Jacksonville Ulan charged with violation of Ordinance Fire Departments arrived. The fire As Low a. Low As
m Arrested For DWI No.4A on August 13,according was extinguished shortly .after their Cruiser Wagons'
: to Patrolman WillIam TLUotton. arrival at 9 p.m.
Harold Robert Woods of Jacksonville Ranks was released after be posted a There..no one home at the time $9588 Aaa A* $988800
i(. was arrested August 1C and $50 surety bond. of the fire.The contents of the 30 by 20 .
charged with driving white intoxicated James Martin Anderson. X, at ft block building,which had Just been $1'288800"SPECIAL
= according to Trooper W. M. Lawtey was arrested August 14 And renovated for an apartment were
.3. j Abrams charged with violation of Ordinance completely distroyed.
i' Woods was stopped on US-301 in No.49-A and resisting arrest without Estimated damage..$30,000,according
I Lawtey driving a 19T8 Plymouth violence according to Ti otaIJD.Bond to Mr J.D.York LCI Val.r .
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I Starke; Man Arrested cle went into the parking lane and col- 51 New Felony Cases during the month and 50 prior cases Tony" : Williams arrested May 10 for" Drowning Victim Found
lided with the back of a parked 1980 were dismissed.The office declined to burglary-grand theft,victim does not, In Lake Santa Fe a aA
Shoots l Ford The Received in,July I '
pickup.
Motorcyclist pickup was pushed \ prosecute five cases and ten guilty wish to prosecute.
', Into a palm tree In the'median of. the The Bradford County Office of thej pleas were accepted. Bill Buby arrested for robbery, Gainesville man was recovered
A1 25 year-old Starke man 'was ar roadway\,. State Attorney received SI felony? The state attorney's office handled dismissed for inauffient evidence. from Lake Santa Fe Tuesday at 11
rested after he shot a member of the Rescue 60 responded! to the'' 5:13 cases during the month of July. Eight: 31 initial appearances or arraignments Wesley Oscar Davis arrested May am. by Alachua County Sheriff's
Outlaw Motorcycle Club camped on p.m. accident taking Hunter and bill of,the cases received were'from theft in traffic court. Four 16 for disorderly intoxication,'and Search and team. The man ,
Sampson,.'Trestle Road in Bradford wife Bradford Hospital were they Department of Corrections. Informs- cases were handled subsequent to ar resisting arrest with violence, pre- was knocked: from small boat late
County. : oj' were treated and released, according tiona were filed on 30 prior cases and i raignment. trial intervention completed. Sunday afternoon. ,r.
Manuel Michael HUllard\ was arrested to Paramedic Scott nine cases were dismissed by the Juvenile petitions were filed on four Ronald L. Lewis arrested June 18 \
August 15 andcharged with aggravated Damage to.the statlonwsgon'was court or the state attorney's office. '.'\, cases. Two juvenile cases received for worthless check,made restitution.
battery, according to Investigator $,000. Damage to the Ford Pickup There were five jury trials and the: :. non-judicial action approval. There Earl Pender arrested March 8 for with Bobby his son Youngblood Donald,20 41, when, was the lake I
Don Denton and D. A. was $4,000, according to Patrolman office declined to prosecute 19 cases .i were two trials. One case was battery of law enforcement officer, became rough and waves tossed .
Aderholt. Paul Rhoden. The office executed one search.war dismissed by the state attorney. found guilty and sentenced to five him from very the boat. His son jumped in "
:Following an argument late Sunday rant and accepted guilty pleas.The Cases dismissed during the month years, won an appeal for new trial after him and tried to keep him afloat. 7!
night with several of the bikers near State Attorney responded to five appeals -' Include; June IS,state attorney dismissed,did The boat kept going and the son was I
The Slab HUllard left the area butlater filed by de/endenta in felony'' Steven Bruce Fish arrested not want another trial.
LWCI Vol. Fire Dept. forced to swim for help. The son was
returned as a passenger In an cases, according to Investigator January 17 for grand theft-auto, was Fourteen sworn complaints were treated and released from Alachua
automobile and fired a 12-gauge Responds To 4. FiresThe Wiley Clark. sentenced for another crime and also dismissed.
. .. shotgun several times .into the Informations were filed on 30 cases maderestitutiopn to victim. Hospital.
campers. One of the shotgun blasts Lawtey Corr ctlonal'VolunteerFire
struck camper in the arm and chest Department responded to four ..
while he was sleeping in a van,according fires recently, according to Mr. J. D,
to Denton. York.
ftFred Burnet, 29, of Tampa wastaken August 13 the motor of a 1975 Ford
to Bradford Hospital then by started a fire in the vehicle on N. E.
Btat-FUght to Gainesville where he IS 2nd Avenue in Lawtey. The fire was
listed in stable condition Alachua extinguished by LWCI and Lawtey
General Hospital.Hilliard Volunteer Fire Departments.
5 is being held under a August 13 the unit responded to a
120 000 bond. He will also be chargedwith structure fire outside Starke just off
possession of a by a convicted Bethel Church Road at the.Joiner
weapon
felon,according to Denton. home (see separate brief). Sole
24th A nni *
August 16 a 1979 Chevrolet pickup versor
backfired causing the vehicle to y
New York Man catch fire at 9:14 p.m. The pickup
Cited In Accident belonged to Wm. Laney. The fire was ; ; fes?: "?#. & b"m ".:.i* s suip t.a t.
In front of the Post Office in Lawtey.
'0",A Hudson,New York roan was cited August 17 a structure fire' was ,x
for careless driving in an accident reported at 5:30 a.m. The-wooden
.August 4 after his vehicle ran Into the home at SR-225E and US-301 was
back of a parked pickup truck In front unoccupied.'There was some 199ii
of Lake Chevrolet. explosive inside the house but dire .+
Edward Gilbert Hunter, driving a was extinguished with the help of ...
urn Ford statlonwagon and pulling a Lawtey, Volunteer Fire+ Department.The 7.99.
trailer camper,' was southbound on house belonging to Louise Hens Each
US-301 north of Starke when his vehl-. hI.th valued, at$8,500. I
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175,000 and $150,000. Even after the Last night the Jacksonville Suns got "> 'f A ti operation,'Bubba will have to have Into the act with a benefit baseball ? 1

certain types of drugs. that.will cost. *.<. game with the proceeds, going.. .to Bubo. ..
$4,000 per year '.ba's. trust fund. Er Mkd y
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total between$20,000 and$30,000 have : Franklin Wayne Silcox, Jr.,Trust 8
been made. The donations have come Fund, c/o the Greater Jacksonville '
from huge orgainizations like the Community Foundation, 925 Barnett. Pair i
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car washes,. from baseball tournaments 32202.
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Catherine Raye Padgett,age 5,won pearances throughout the year .at Its. inventor Charlei Maakiotosh. the yrI'I.f,MrMs.
Florida .1. "to Lveev truly. Waterproof fabrics. iJ. 1 the 19R3 Miss Florida SweetheartState Miss Sweetheart Pageant __ *..u!,1:
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was held in Ocala August 11 through successor and will also be featured CarpetHWMI( I '";
with the four other age division beauty $ 95' ;
'v L/jj. 13.Rave competed with 24 other girls winners on the front cover of the Cleaning a 5) 14'' r
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Eil l" trophy banner portable TV, portfolio Raye also received a special Invitation 1

exclusively, and a for soft the sculpture State Sweetheart doll made Pageant to enter In Miami the March Queen 23-28 of Queens, 1984. I Whole House Special. 5903
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portfolio.this title.Seventeen girls competedfor Julie Raye Padgett is the of daughter Lawtey.of the Greg granddaughter and- Cleaned .cs.riach.{ I1.!! ... ... '". .. 44'.

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trophy and banner. She placed :tad Mary Padgett of starke and the great Florida
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YARD SALE YARD SALE CARS i FOR SALE FOR. SALE I


SOJ N. CHURCH ITt These TRUCKSIt71 mom WHITE OUAIII 2 TURBOTS FOR tALtl Seven,
'11. a SATJ Aug. 19 & JO. 9 \
got need the rnony, com III ??? East on 16. 2 mile, CHIVY 3/4 kin pickup. week old and up. 3/4th grown; 2.two month CHAIN IBM .
SEPTIC
by and help them out. law turn left to 10th. Follow .305 V-8. 2-borrel 72-3942. 7/'" Ifn old. Bronie colored for$75. ed. Free _I mot... SIR. :
.prices on household Item signs. Three families. Some engine. Extra. heay duty ROLLS 01'' HATS Alicia( or Call 964-5769. llpd 8/18 Man Fence Co., pump- U9zt'y
and clothing lot of other furniture, appliances, Suspension 4 SP/T. Marvel Argentina fertilized good. MODaL 51. NEW Tommy Reddish also re-lay.

goodies! Friday and Saturday clothes, toys, knick knock, utility work body pester'lion no rain delivery available. HOLLAND ALIBI Model 609123D -8121. 11/18 il -' REALTYBr'W
9-3. Itpd 8/18 something for sveryons.Rain hydraulic tailgate, Farm six miles North of 642 New Holloed 8' disc IXPfRIINCID ; "
SATURDAY. AUG. Ml 8:30to : of shine. Itpd 8/18 good tires and point, Starke on Hwy. 16. Close la mower) Model 256 New Neat work. ,.,
3 PM. 619 W. Adklns St. 2250. O. 8/0. 7823449. prison. Call 782-3727 after S Holland rake; Kune flutter. terior.' Free ., r "
Approximately Vt mil.S. of 8/11 2tchg 8/18 p.m. Arthur Gaskln 7/28 Now Holland self propelled Reasonable' rate ..JlflikrH

,Vo-Tech off Orange St.llchg WANTEDAMIS 1''1 DATSUN P* IMP! LWB, 4tchg 8/18 bale machine; Model 400 reference. Call PHONE 964-7776 \
818SATURDAY AC. Perfect condition. ,13>3O AOOniOMl Great for International tractor; 1971 7/07 tfn'TRACTOR CEOELI ... J '
ONLTl Aug. 20. 21.000 miles.- 6800. Will 'mobile home, like new, CMC tandem, truck; used "a BR, TEIWILUMK. *UO "H. 'l'etup a, Starkr- =
8 AM III 3 PM. Carter Rd. In' L TIRES Two antes consider trade for old truck Asking $22OO or best offer tin. all lies, good supply. per hour. Call remodel. -
lawiey. ladies cloth., size and four II'.. Highest price worth.,up to $2500. for 964-7921 or 064-6933. 8/11 Also' used lumber and post. 8/04 Stch 901DIIAINPlILD ww carpet,
IS/16; eiicellenl cond. paid. Green's Welding down payment. Call 2tpd 8/18 Chicken house equipment; new. City
Men'l size med. Some Shop 301 South, Storks, ft. 1-475-2632, 1-475-2636 17. NOMAD CAMPING food track; wrenches, ; new sands, limerock block., from SPECIAL *
household Items. Itpd 8/18 9645007. 7/07 Utchg :after 6 p.m. or 964-5663. TRAHJRs 20 ft. like new. cobl., never been used; large Or small financing' EXTRAORDINARY VILLA

SAT A SUN Thee family 10/27 ..8/11 2tchg 8/18 S3500. 468-2934 evenings; many otner misc. Item 782-3172. .. 6/23 In moat pr.etlglouan.lghborhcl.Spaciou.
yard sal. Furniture baby SNAKES WANUDIDlamondback.Can.beak 177 BRONCOt 58,000 485-1886 morning 8/11 964-8040 after. S p.m. llchg LIMIROCK '. living .
Item, maternity clothes, ..mile. 4-WO, short cab, 2tpd S/1. 8/18 7UCHILD NOME
Red Rat-Coral. Head .hol& MAM TWIN MDSl Complete room w/dlnfag area, den.
household & miK. item reserve gas tank .302 V-8, CAM IN MY 10000..
HaulIng preferred. Dried box turtle clean. with foam rubber Fenced A/C bedroom', 1V4 bathe, fantastic
Take SR 16 to Prison AT, PS radio extra yard, $1,000 taco
MOTORCYCLES
area between FSP and shells wanted also. Top $5,500. 964-7933. Itpd 8/18 mattress, box spring and 'up. 964-5610.. &/ ? Da what kltchorv& lIut.fulacreenecl.
UCI follow signs from dollar paid. 964-5691. 8044tpd 17* TOYOTA 2-door night stand. Country Club 8/18 other. ?
have
In back parent. Model' open for
.h,... 431-1944 Ipd, 8/18 8/25 heater radio tope player Rood. 9645667. 8/11 Ztchg lest YAMAHA 790Virago. CHRISTIAN Yourself and
421 N. MOADWAVI Sal.. w/faooster. $15OO. R.D. 8/18 Show room condition. in S......, will cost with your convenience*
Aug.. 20. 8:00: A.M. til J.00 LOSTFOUND Thorpe, 964-7491. Itpd RICH CRAM CAM Bock rest. with pad. child/children day .... Call'no '
P.M. Itpd 8/18 8/18 TRAIIIR with shower.Sleep Low mileage. 1950. Coll 964-4135,' 8/l| WOULD SILL ON LEASE WITH OPTION TO
POUR FAMILY YARD SALf 149 FORD FALCON: 2 dr., *!is. 19 ft. 1 long. 964-0453. Itchg 8/18 8/18 ,: 8/04 4tpd BUY, New a ... X oA double garage rick
'Near prison off Hwy. 100. LOST: White Bulldog. ; with 6 cyl. 85,000 orlg. mile, Refrigerator need repair.SI SUZUKI 10001 24,000 HIASI Help MI hone location. Mint*** Drive. PerSicily -
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follow signs.' Yamaha dirt two block eyes.' Wearing very dependable. Good on 600. Phone 782-3239. mile'. fucellent condition. Tupperware dealer. '; 4 BR;; 2' '- *..*...

bike, crib air hockey table. spike collar.Feed Store In area 301 of S. go*. $850. 9648462. Itpd 8/11 2tpd 8118 $ .*$. 964-M>95. Itpd 8/18 to my party Friday .*. $45,000. ,,80TH'YOWN' ft. .COUNT," Tare |ut.minute
Adklns on STCRBO MdlVW 2tchg 8/IS
AM/fM
and lots more. Friday Aug. 8/18 at 7 Call .
p.m.
*)from town but have sill the) beautyof
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found, call 9648901. Itpd Cassette Recorder. 8-lrock r'"I I 231 South' ,
19 only Itchg 8/18 174 DOOOI 4X41 .318 964-4116.Itpd 8/18
HELP. country ettlna. Bride home,* ... a BACN
8/18 .. .
player, $1 so. Call 9648284.Good K BA. CH
RUMMAGE SAlll Vacant lot auto runs and pulls great, OIU'. SAW SHOP \ lot
A. % Rd. 230.
adjoining Wilson's Florist, RIWARDt Male Sheep $1500. Call 964-8503. 8/18 condition..S./lS 2tpd WANTED plete sharpening 1411' on
All whit. 83 COUNTRY 1ST ATI: Immoculato 3 Bsl CHI A.
Dog. ; appro .8/25
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Madison Street, Sat., Aug. 4tchg 9/08 circular hand- 28900.
IDS. Has Herman hair Located 'on S'.S acre*. County M.asoo.OO. ..
tag ( ); OKRA POll YOUR FRItllRt
20. 9 AM til, 11. Also a bake 78)) CONCORD D-L REAL tSTATI SAUSPtO- chain mower blade of Lake
sal.. Itpd 8/18 4-5" long. lost In Lak. WAGON A/C. AM/FM Picked three times a week. PLO Scholarship availablefor ground and Reception > Oroat financing ovoltablo.
,, Sal. Hampton area appro 10 964-6528. a/18etchgj 8/25 LOCATION-LOCATION a... 2 BA teeing)
319 S. O ANOI : stereo, luggage rock, nice unlicensed\ person. ERA leave at Jock_ owner.
..., days ago. Call 468-1798 FROST PROS Golf Cawraei. Custom drapoit enc. aerege,
9-5. Sewing machine, Interior. 964-4487' Faulkner Realty, 964-5065. Supply In Slorke, 2tpd 8/18 >
cI.. bike, clothes, boys 14, evenings or 376-1611 ext. 964-8208. Itchg 8/18 RIFRIMRATOR for sale. 10/28 IfnFIMALtSt Height' or lake .roonhou*.. Greet view. Owner fI"cl....
girls Jr. 7 and much mare 6122 or ..,. 6054' Feldmon.Itchg 197 CHtVYi Body ,in ..- Avocado. Reasonable.. Call Apply In person TFNchg 2 Bedroom SUCCISSFUL POULTRY FARM Ap'....*. M

llpd 8118NOITH301 : 8/18 c.iI.n..hape. w/n_paint. 964-8945. Itpd 8/18 Thurs., fri. a Sat Ml noon. 'I MASS CUT TO corner lot acre*. :a homes, 4 chicken. house*, peter

ATTRAYIOTSlandscaping Clean Interior, Must sell. DIAMOND IARRIN4SI $75 01.1. Motel Starke, Hm, Door, 'window, remodeled. grove. Improved ...._u... '% mile to city
and Nursery.Frl. MISCELLANEOUS Asking only $3,000. diamond cluster ring $85 32. Phone 964-5590. 8/11 JACKSON BUILDING to Illness. limits Located on 230A & 100A. -
Sat. 9-9 women's and 964-6774 evening. Itchg both yellow gold. Only 6 2tpd an8 IV, 964<<171. 8/18 tfn MOST NOMI-LIAST MONITS 8.OOO sash A

children clothing elec. I HAVI 1O.OOO and deedto B/18 mo*. old. 9644587. Itchg .oa.... NOTHINO TO' token In Lake : .**um* '4JO.a*> mtg. Mo. pmt SMS. Inc. :
stove, kerosene healer and receivable 193 GMC PULPWOOD 8/18 DOS. Turn spare lime Into 496-3079 and. taxes 1. _'. 3 BR. 2 BAS FR w/"I'0....... i
mortgage
more. Itchg 8/18 $307.00 TRUCK Run good. WHIRLPOOL Income. Now III Chri.tmoslAmbitious ) Heights. 473-4973. 'MAONOLIA HOTEL In procees of stow :
($32.000).ha') pay
NORTH 301 approKlmately monthly. Would like 'to purchase 964-5734. Itchg 8/18 DISHWASHER Ilk. new; Mlf-starter, call FAMILY HAIRDOSIGNIRS III 14'' point' |o*>.-A Slorko ktnaVnorli with 99 ...... :
5 miles In front of candle lake place InKeystone 172 FORD OMAN five-drawer desk; double for Interview; 95 Johnson 23 bath. 11.97 .... H. Clean Room. :
shop. Friday-Sunday 9 AM or Storke. TORINO Fair to good con porcelini i sink 964-5571 1-004-9644923, ask for Mr.M.R. "144) W. Call St.e47M3 ,hp... Troll. THAT SPECIAL HOUSI. .SR,- 2'/. BA.Swooping ::
7 PM. TV's, stereos, dition. Run well. Can be ltpd 8118 Roger Itpd 8/18 *
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after 6/30 Malrceso rleo to eetend
records, books, baby Items, 964-8671 8 p.m. seen at Textile Town US OAS RANCH ((1)) One headboard PART TIME OPPOR.TUNITIISt Ope.T.W.'r. box; float- toryt :
tfn ,Pvller window for A beet Inwle- :
and more. Itpd 8/18 301 North. Itpd 8/18 queen size, one co'I, Supervising .S P o Ml 2500. Call beauty .
SNAP-ON TOOLS AH tlon, flr.p..... *O.23 ot The :
fee tabl. and end oarage
THURS., Ml. 4 SATs Corner 174 FORD MAVIRICKl two salespersons for of-* AM ill a p.m. or
RACKS If you have any'brok.n young Woods.Country Club ....000 OMumablo.mtg. :
and Center lots table to match. 964-5751. 6 Itpd
Broadway
AT AC PS, Radio heater Florida Times Union.' EvenIng Appointment.Not p.m.
of Tools, hanging tools 'that need Itpd 518RAUITSS ot *%. Soiling price. (19I.OOO. i
goodies. good tire, extra clean. /hour Must have Always .
bosket, wood craft, clothes replacing or you need $1295. Cash. Phon. Sa'taln A New dependable car. 964-5165. Jllchg J l/7tfn: ... SICLUMD. SPACIOUS IMMACULATII 9 ..,
,.. some n.w ones, give me a breeder :3 BA. LR. Lg. kitchen, family'
and mo Itchg 8/18 473-4508. llpd 8/18 Zealand. For pet; B/18 and trailer, room :
THRU Mill SOUTH ON call. "I'm the Toolman In or meat. $3.00 and up. 6 WANT TO after 5 P.M. wI""""" .. 2_.. one garage*' starogo !
lOOt Men women town. Doug Fertig d/b/a .179 CHIVY IMPALAI.350. mile S. 301 of Storke. 8/18 THATS YOU born, garden shed ., tree ho_. Ox2Ol t
children's clothes. Baby Authorized Snap-On Tool V-8. Power steering power A.... ems WANT TO 1 i4' with let. *4.,837: _... mtg. SP a.OOOHARDTO :
bed and clothes. and oth.rItems. Dealer 964-8023. 8/11 brakes. A/C 2-door. Stereo THATS OURS .' BIUIVI BUT TRUII 3 BR. a BA. :

8-" pm. 964-8123. 4tchg 9/01 and radio. $1200. Call ClaJI"Qty" DIAURWANTIDNollol'al Ales/sallea A_. 2 set bock uP. brick. LR. DR. K. ............. .....000. :
964-8872. tfn 8/18 manufocurer'offers M4V41M .
Itpd 8/1B / QUIET RETREAT ON 1 Ac.at S4th St. off St.Bd. :
Tree Service )
1$ IT TRUS YOU CAN BUT business 964-UM Asking $250.
texcitlng & 16-Bo.rd A boHon_.tr_..... 9 ... 2 r
ALANON at .Ko. .
for the es ,
'leapt $44 through Steel. Framed '
opportunity :
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attractive '
Work at kitchen -
U.S.Government Get me Quality FAMILY : B/18
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,\ '" .. .. fact today! Call,'(312) '<. ";lleRSOlablt'RAit.R'"t. !-8upe Hot.r",">"Dd/ oalonhIP.t..traction'y'. .uini:, ;iJ 4rs. ... 164-62111, i( r_,. CHARM,,AND COMp6 R. ; 742-1142.. ,. Q9a ,8/t8 A the oest* of (conventional .j 1 '' H. 4tpd.\j'tA. : ': ( 4 'W'lWkJlAjatvfsn;In Cene.lv.ftstese! N/4Pt.dk.' t
FuHy Licensed .feisnre. ..
." '. tlonal tlreploee *V prw ttywkltROOMY ( ..
building.Multi-million I I I
FAULKNERREALTY 12 Year Resident MOMS IN QUIlt ARIA 3f .* If8.7OO -
,I{"; I '''IJI'I'I'' .",1 I' dollar financing' nallon- .. with 37.50O: amum. mtg. i'
Starte. BortU wide advertl.'lng, complete -
11..1" 1\ [B .60 A. Prime land off SR-23S.
1"I'" "The One To Call ,Homes training.' Call Vista e47 A*.off 1OO W. A Brick horns S 14O.OOO.SB if

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964-5065 I I "I'' 'I ,. ((91S) 6735085Mr. REALTOR' 1'4.'. A. Sll.OOO.Owner finance.MM Ii.
!JlII ....'1,:' 964-8795 Nelson tlongchanip. Enterprises*V A.lodaf.sMc. 3/2 on 1 o...'3O1. 32OOO:

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O ghow m 1---FOR SALES 24*= CHEIATION((PIUS) TABIETS-S50.00: are a member of REINET a listing .....Ic. that give tE
5t> national and Call :
M Orel CHILATfON TABLETS-$17.00 your property Inl..noHonal..pcMUI'O.'
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today If ore LISTING Of BUYING. Port Time
REALTOR' : "...(vere hardening" of the arteries need not lead to coronary bypqis urcery or l you U.S. O1 Seoth Kids In school? Sell toy., gifts, Christmas' decoration

heart attack. Dr. Ooniback. ;>, Michael Ceeney,ReenterDay144.7003 J 'it-December" )1. No collections or del lvotj|, :.... Excellent
"A doubl.-borr.'ed "
approach that can product dramatic rtpoiu tvonlna-o4-oel hostess benefits. .
221 Lafayette SL Aero**from Wishbone Descriptive presentation by .,poI_. SMarty's .1. 1-800.342444* : 483-1062 Collect after 3:00 P.M.

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C & C Mini StorageNow WeNDr'INn. :Y;

RESIDENCE 129+2 BR. 2 BA MB (8%) en 2 [ere.. Fenced, partly MOBIIE HOME

LAWTEY AREA .... ....*. Nice are. 35000. Renting' SERVtCI POLES t.t [ t

Roofing *284-* BR. 1 BA home hrnlahod. Many ppllnnces IQOi '4MP ... . . . .
'3 Nice home 2 with pools. Frcm 1-4 ac. Handyman ...artn.Ind..d not anOn 1.A3 e.'AsMine mtg. 6x12 8x12 10x12 12x18 '
All types Roofing ., "thru6"
Special $15,000. .. 26000. ,
STARKE AREA and Repairs. #288-Cod. UI Aers-Has everything; Underground .Inquire. at Suzuki-Xawaiakl of Stark 11 Fast Rotary 1 a.

'1900 (Plus) sq. ft. 4 BR 2 BA Brick. Only $45,000. electric a: water bearing fruit tress, grape arbor, Hwy 301 S. M4M20VVB t i I Drilling Equip.

This one ha* It all. About 2,000. sq. ft, swimmingpool Fr. Estimates workshop, carport, riding mower, garden tiller, ---""-
Slate LicensedPumps'
Hill. pond, 6'<4 ac. Licensed trailer, enough lumber la build 12x24 bldg. 250 gel Anytime ... .. .
Beaulllul shaded lot Nice home fireplace fenced. gas I.... Septic I.. priced nl 'I6. OO. !

One acre, brick home ouutlde city limit. & Insured #291-Ha dy Ma. Sped.n 2 BR 1 BA kome e> 1 ec. PURCHASE 1ST ft 2ND MORTGAGES ;
02 BR excellent landscaped lot Fenced.. Price redacted Nice trees ana ihrab $32,500. ( . :p. .
to 27900. #290-1 BR, 1 BA on LOS ae. located mar carnal to Santa l New & Used'SaJesPartso5ervI'cf' x
We have 6 homes priced In the $30,000'.. 475.1271 Pe and Lake Alto for good flahl"... Many bearing Ar.you collection payments on a real estate more VACUUMSALE ,
ewe have 2 home priced In the $20,000'.. pecan a: frail treee. Shed Great nine for $30400. togs, but would prefer to have a lump sum?. j

Call Street home Beautiful large lot under 50000. ZONED FOR THE MONTH: 10 lot MM-Temple AT*. Let u*how you haw to convert all or part ol roar'mortgage E-Z TermsPlumbing
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Into cosh far detail, call today. '
0100 Wek Brick, fireplace urge wooded lot, Zoned. Highway Commercial. $25,000. NEW & USED "
workshop. kzd ..4.11 I Buy and Sell through Strout-Th Greatest Team. !in
el6 E.On of the nicer home on 8 acres Many extra. Earth-All Acree Aawrtcnl H6N.WalnutStoJohn 'We Finance Our.. Own .
'FERRYMAN" ESTATE-Please buy and restore me. I Bradley KIRBYS New> I InstallationRemodeling 1

i emit off 301 S on Hwy. 18. House a: 1.6 acres. Reduced ..9;ut ; LORRAINE: CHAMPION ROYALS
I. ''''-5010 : Bi
$17.500.Hwy. "OKII" ALaeMANSTROUT EUREKA Repairs
to l/ I G. .. i ... . . . ,"
e! 229, CIB/ approximately 1 acre. Remodeled 2 Realtor* _.. ...-..---.. .... HOOVERS I ,i- ji
: *"*. J ELECTROLUX burratace
BRUME COMMERCIAL BLOC I Ia.ooo : :
IN BROOKER-REDUc sq. ft lot 17500. I REALTY.Mt FILTER QUEENS. 'I .. ,.,r. .
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BANK R"' ') Canner .T" .SEARS PUMP &
MOBILE HOMES : I e..-.. 1
eU pr.1O. Hwy 801. : ) N.' : TBM'LC AVC.U.S. f'' -;; : "' COMMERCIALWe I SUPPLY
; e8 naubl...lde-2 elngle-From ...11101 to 21 Priced .' s.4-es3t PWEFOnESTAPARTMENTS
ae. Block ..2,400fq.. ft. oa ( HWY. 301 r .u*. (eo4> : Repair all makes !
from 'Iot, oo and up. Some of these have many ex- 1 3n se. Paved psrklnf. STARK Ft, S2O.I' AFTCM HOUR 47S-3OS8 \ COMPANY:. ;\

"" ACREAGE BEAUTY SHOP barbershop AI Youg'sSince.19b7 1 c. .;, '864'o"i'!" ,

skating rink some 1-2 a 3 Bedroom Apt*. 1
: From I to 140 .Some ,
acre acre weeded.So.leered I:
$28.000. : '
equipment ,
: Some From M50" to J97M I .Temple tt7e.
highway frontage :\
e2 BR 2 BA frame horn .964-6918 : .
i FARMS on 2...CH/A./ large porch I' Starke, JFli, )
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Now I Is the time to purchase that farm yen have been utility room arc*. Has extra : 1530 W.;Unas** Vii -.1:> 1

wsntlng. W. have a good Inventory from Mini Farms septic tank A power plats g .-.312.AIB Starfci OH US 301 I: :96470S1UMITEO i ic
la Urge acreage. pole for trailer. 40000. ,1M..INUtae
COMMERCIAL e3 BR, 2 BA. C/B w/larg. ) re...eesIP

eov'd patio, CH/A. 8 ceil- Se,,a..e ....KtQae.iLAKI t
j & INVESTMENT log tans, water. softaer, irv"'t ; TIME ONLY
eHw,. 301 S with 1500 sq. ft metal _lIdln.. $58.000. -

Over 1 acc with 200' en 301 & e8 PORTS MA N8 COUNTRY CONDITKHnNG A HEATLtGi
03', miles on Hwy 301 S, about S ae. Over 300' hwy.frontage DREAM: Fish, camp 11 Sedrs.aw Lew.Within........orlvo of sovorol ) I1EIVIC : .
Sampson Lake, 2.73 a... few.Roe.far pN.w.rd snare fe1 snlys ; NEW INSTALLATIONS ,?:A. 3 br;,'bfi iC veneer 1% bath I. central J HI A ,

Cove Apartments Good Income. Priced' to selL 158 ft. on Sampson Lake, ...SOO.LOCATIONLOCATION' n' ;1 .,,_.!r.p..2..Ql! / ON ALL atAKEi.; ; ,carport, 'utttty o., fII'ali, carpeting
Uptown remodeled building. CII/A/ 4700 sq. ft TOO ft. on canal, bar room, ", :HEAT PUMPS 'As1'.ENtROY 1! ;. 1' :'
Moose Lodge-Hwy 100 S. Large, veraatlle bUg Use game room bait A tackle Over ijOOP ft. sVentoaa .faceted HS Iresrto MtovHi .. SAVING UMirS) i, ;(, 'Oft f sHr. ; let;, '. .

your Imagination.- hop, living quarters, of Ctevfco fee ettty ".000 per. --..An/'i MASTER LICENSED : : ( ,
i o UPTOWN BEAUTY SHOP-Cood going business. Will hosts kfclurs. fco .... *o r.mone fee II.'IL....1.|. mSURip BONDED, :$31'.8 "

f sell land and building with *r without equipment Extra Nice 3 BR. 2 BA SPECIAL HOMI FOII THAT ,'KAMNA8U RATES .. 9
PINE TREE INN-For ..I.. Land, bulloU... A' I bone 'on I *c. Lnwto* SPECIAL PERSON .- i '!; ,

business ....... Must see to ape Ciietoen hull 2/1 near.....Oenova.****Ppretty g&.t=AOt .'i4iE'. :
t W. have several home that can be used for rental i in- predate Owner flnandns fee ... .. ." 9646353Loufchantp :

ret flaents or personal residence; Priced from $94100 Available at 10% Interest 30r'Low i P. WAYNE'KNleI' 'f!

lo $ 2OOO. Acreage Lnwte area dews E"ursi%.'..... Homes Inc..

WATERFRONT 2'*,,. /...and 'ip. Call today wwh .... a IIHIe week tttl' t : ,

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MISCELLANEOUS. YARD SALE, .,, FOR RENT '. .' }WANTED PERSONAL PERSONAL ": :*, .fOR SALE CARS 8. 'l'fTRUCKS ? ,

CLASMFMD ADVIBTISINO SINOO..AMIBICAN .... ....,.. SERVICES SERVICESITIRIMIN7 ) I
should be submitted to the' LEGION MALl.Sr.2l, Aug 19,20 from PRIME BUSINISB LOCATION NUN VIDEO GAME TAPISS ,Y OWNIRt Concrete; block
Lake Region Monitor office Saturdays 7 p.m. Public Invited. 9 to 4. South Lawrence facing lawrence for lrtelN ;slon, 473-4648. :3BR., IVt' bath home an .y
In writing and paid In ad- 7/7 thichg: Blvd across form Grove Blvd Alto ..varallorgo offices 8/4 Ifnchg MHO AN ATTORNEY NOMI AND 'Whll.Sondotok..I.12O"I. .
vanca unless credit It ALcOHOLICsANONYMOUSI Street. Baby Itemt, shoes, for rent In rear of ABVtrmttl for 7 mo. old General' practice Including HAIRSTYLING CENTERS ft.,. CHI AC large den CUSTOM VANS New 1983 I

already established,, with Closed knick knacks Infant swing building facing Flamingo, baby 4 days a week from realettate., divorce, All under one roof. OFFER. fireplace, W/W carpet, kitchen Chevy Vans, V 6 automatic.
trill office. baby carrier Call 473-34)1. 8/4 Ifnchg 7:15.: ...., to 5:30: p.m. Call wlHi/probate personal): .. INO: Certified nursing equipped atsumable transmission with overdrive
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MONITOR STAFF CANNOT Open meeting Monday p.m.1pm. Clolhes(6-9mo.( and ..oddl. PARTIALLY FURNISHED 473-7703 evenings.TO jury butlnett and corpora- Atflttance and.CPR trained. .9_.peecont. mortgage. power steering' ,
4 M HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR Alanon meetings Monday Friday 8p.m. ...). Formals stereo con- 3BR., 114' bath mobllehome liNT OBI LIASIl with tlant. 4737667. 4tchg staff; 24 hour supervision Sol,500. 473-2784. 8/4 power brakes power windows -
MISTAKES IN CLASSIFIEDS EdueStlonal cole, dishwasher, baby crib In Melrose area large option lo" buy 3 or 4 7129.8118. for senior citizens; hot tfnchgIN power door lockt
Ailling.at -
WHEN AD IS TAKEN QVER Building Comm..nltyChllrch 'and mattreit and much porch.. Responsible couple bedroom house near town CARPENTRY AND meals; day week, or long MILROSII By owner Panasonic sound system
THE TELEPHONE. 473.2790 more. 511FRIDAY. wanted. 479-138. 8/4 and school.' Good MASONRY WORK term slay' ; STYLING CENTER 38r., 2Bth, concr.t. block tilt wheel running boards I
Classified deadline ',It 4752130. 7/7 Ifnchg or *110.9s tfnchgtmm. ,.fo..nc.-'Would' consider Building pallet, addltloni, for the public; precision' home, AC/CH on 'M acre 4 captain chain and couch. .r
Tuesday noon prior toM OVIRIATIMS 3:>>1:30: p.... and SATURDAY 1S3ATMI mobllehome. buying ,home with small remodeling hornet and tile styling for men and Swan Lake access, paved Beautiful Interior and exterior

Thursday publication. ANONYMOUS No dues ....g. 20 B a.m.-3:30: Kitchen equipment, on IM dawn payment: Call work. Free estimates women; permt and hal,. rood. Many extras. In 40'.. $14,400 and with

!;.: Minimum charge ,It 15 fees or weigh ..... Open p.m. Hutchinson Road bottom acre 'near Melrete. 473-2315.8/18 ItchgHOUBIKMFM Phone 473-4473 during day. coloring SR-32S Hampton, 475-1803 S/I1-9/156tchg dual air, top of the line,
words far $275 than 10 7:30 of hill. 473-7321. B/IB l95/ma. 1-786-0054. 8/18 congenial 8/4 tfnchgCARPENTER 468-2619 8/4 Ifnchg SV OWNIRt 2BR. house an (15,900 Compare at
cant for each word meetings TueseryX Church I Itpd Itpd Christian. housekeeper with WORK BOOKKEEPERS with 13yeara I acre lot with 12 beautiful 12..000. I 11M 1' percent bank

: thereafter.Subscribe. p.m.Educational Community Building SATURDAY Aug. 20 beginning ON LAKE GENEVA 2BR tome practical nursing experience. Remodeling work kitchen experience would oak trees Coll 4752457. financing. Phone
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at 9 a.m. HWY 100 houte. Kitchen equipped 473-7201. cabinet and trim carpen like la do your books at my B/18 Itpd Galnetvllle 332-0903. 8/4
Keystone Heights High Ridge Estates, follow '/C. $375/me. Call' 8/18-29 2tchg home off Coll tfnchg1B3
.... 4732790. 7/7 IfnchgBMNOO try. Reasonable prlcet. Call or In your ice 14 X lot 1980 mobllehome.
Lions Club tlgnt. B/IB tpd.lAT. 1-7864054 8/18 Itpd 473-2477 after 5:30: p.m. 473-2315. 8/18 l Itchg 2BR.1BTH, heat pump STUMPKNOCKIRs
ij from high..chool.ocr IN MBLBOSBi Small f urn lined LOSTFOUNDFOUNDS 8/4 tfnchgCAEPENTRYI utility shed water pump fiberglass bon boat 35 hp
& SUN.! Three cabin by lake Wlnnott. trolling motor. Rigged complete
Tuetdayt Bird family repairs, In- FOR SALECOMMIRCIAl and 'lank skirting, electric
Early
7pm
: ; yard .. .. Furniture, baby Prefer tingle perton ttallatlont, doors, win- box and pole. Will move full cover extra
7:30 Public
Regular, : p.m. 100mo., electricity' Inn A little change clean like new Mutt tee
llemi, maternity clothes, dowt, cabinet shelving PROPERTY within 50 miles. Call
i.j ELECTROLUX Invited 7/7 tfnchg. household E mist Itetnt.:' eluded.I 4752807. 8/18 Dune, .lost |In area of citytennlt partitioning paneling Call on corner of lawrence '284-0795. 8/18 Itchg to appreciate, $3,675.

Take SR 16 to Prison Hous- Itchg count. Describe 473-2S20 8/11-9/1 4tpd Blvd. and Flamingo near MAPLE DINETTE SIT! with 4 473-7198 or 1-396-4868.
Now InS Classified Ads Ing area between FSP and purse and contents by callIng CARPET AND' VINVll SR-100 and SR-21 Intersect, cone botom chairs, $75. 8/11 tfnchg

: Keystone Heights, UCI follow sign from 4734563., repairs and Inttaltatlont. lion 4-separate office complexes Two-shelf TV table, $8. Call 197a.0IfD SMOMCO PICKUP -
Get 'LOa1'1 June 18, while cockatiel 'Imron
:;1:: Stark, Melros. Results .there. 4311944. Itpd 8/18 Fr.. ..lImol... Ten year ; corner lot with entrances 473-3324. 8/18-25 2tchg black automatic
InterLachen/ and lOGS roe SALEHALUy 'with yellow crest and experience. Call 473-4217 on 3-tldet of trantmiuion. Power steering
orange cheeks. Answers to and oak for 8/4 n.w bucket. teatt.
EGO.ANOt Craig
surrounding areas.r. LAKE building. Owner financed CARS. TRUCKSa.
BUTLER .
"Charlie" Reward. Call Aluminum. turbo rims,
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Classified Ads Whol..I.E R.toll tfnchq
with low interest Call
SR 231 rate.
South. Brick 3 BR 473-7718 468-1406 Great
or BOATS custom bumpert
:;;g ..* kew It M toil |I MIt IVi! BA. CM utility room,' Get Results CORD 22s.Graham .SEW A MOMVMORM fromblue 473-4920 or 473-3411. 8/4 shape Asking 4700. Call
.Sol721 denim 1_".. Pattern tfnchg2M
M0 why UN)*!*) twitvCs. gorqge, 1411 tq ft. on' t PERSONALSERVICES telf- at work, 473-4973 8/11-18 E
$1. Send 'long MOBILE NOMI- Excellent 1.7. TRANSVAN 21'
; Call acre. $28,900. :$1,444 addressed ttamped DODGE 2tchg
condition, new MOt A/C. self-
Barbara Flanders Butler down. South of lake i r Sieve Broadway I envelope to Diana Tlllmon carpet and vinyl A/C nice contained except
t Med. Reception SEWING >MACHINES Rl, I. Box 257-A, shaded lot near Keystone. generator. 3-woy Subscribe Today

::: 473-7617 1-752-8861 Ctr By Ownar j TREE SERVICE 1 Bargain Center RIPAIRIDlAII makes Hawthorne, fl., 32640. Owner financed; easy refrigerator C/B many. LAKE REGION :.

'1 "Removal 1 1I 301 S Starke cleaned oiled and ad- B/18-23 2tchg terms. O/S$16,900. Serious tras extra cl.on. Only MONITOR ,
.. jutted. .>$15. Work inquiries call collect 27.000 miles 12000. Coll
k;v A..Ir.rtW its CrnmweMl'. I, Trimming i 964.6679 guaranteed' James Subscribe! 659-2269 Grandln. 3tpd Art Wheeler' 473-2689. 473-2210 '-
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Stump Removal Strickland comer Morgan _
New Life .WindowsDoors Rd: and Hwy. 16. Stork..
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ij Carpet Cleaning Service j r Firewood ,1i r .Plumbing Supplies PIONEER ___

I i 473-4732 Water Sottner ELECTRIC CO. .

CWCULAfl DRY FOAM METHOD S After SPJM.j i Used Furniture Trailer fola Special MOBILE FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT

i C.i.. j i Keystone Heights. i1 Electric Appliances DeelIIvvered HO .A.ywhh0.re HOMES '

: = .... 4T99M7vemne : licensed B. Insvrod .. FOR MIMOSA MANOR MOMU FOREST NMONTB SUBDIVISION .
:: I _ar.esrN-- _. L .! ...i /'. Bradford County SALEA
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Helghte, P HOME PABK. Mobile .
.. .. 782.1063 3 BR. 2 BA house MOBILE NOME LOT In coun-
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hornet and spaces for rent. .
Off Hwy. 16, about 4 miles 964-6365 8/18
A 1 24.,. MOBILE Recreational vehicles from try. Itpd
prison $350 mo.
gate NICE ROOMS ton RENT
_ HOME By Skyline This welcome. Phone 4682912. 964-5423, days 964-6221
i Union County Ads -u lovely home hot aluminum 9/16 IfnMO"L' night llchg 8/18; wall low weekly carpeting rotes air and wall TV.to

lap tiding shingle roof, HOMES fOIl RENT ON US Ml 3 BR, 1 BA unfurnished Call 964-9992 ask for Ann.
:J One mile from Starke
and I. located on a very city home. CH/A. tfn 7/17
FOB SALE FOR SALE WANTEDWILL RIAL PERSONAL secluded ,,4 acres In' theKeystone llmltt. Clean. Hwy. 16 W. Three miles north of Starke 1021 W. PRATT. BTl 3 BR
Call 468-1323 10/07 tfn.
on US 301. $265 mo. plus
SERVICES Heights area. home, CH/A lower level
ESTATE Alto .hot a 28x70 workshop, KITCNINIPPICIINCYRoomt $150 cleaning deposit. Call family' room with fireplace,
ONE MILK COW fOIl SAW 60 ACRE FARMS Beautiful for rent at low
PAY CASH Far Your evenlngt and weekends,
2 Very gentle good milker or home tlter 30 acres NEW CMDfT CARD Nobody asking 37000. For moreInfor weekly ...... Call Temple 9648702. 8/18 kitchen range refrig and
used mobile home. Roy LOOKING FOB A SPECIAL refuted. Alia.VlM/Matter- call '964-4414 after 3 Itchg dishwasher, pals-through
Lcan raise four calves at the cleared 30 acres In 1'ow.1I496-3377. TFN. MEd OP PROPERTY' If I card. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. call 473-2082, ask for Undo. Motel 964-7357. 9/16 OFF LAURA CHURCH bar to elevated quarry tile
time, $600.00. Two hi"." woodland tobacco allotment -__- don't hove It, I'll find It EOW/tfn ROAD 4 BR, 2 BA home. Enormous
C-1136. 4 7/28 8/4 a/30 tin eating area
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14 and U mountht. old. cypress flth' pond HELP Just ...... JANE S. USHER 8/11 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for 964-6592. 8/18 2tpd 8/25 screened back porch with
8118WOULD 24XM
MOBILE NOME 3
Ourntay and shire next to large hunting area. REALTOR. 496-2126 ar rent On Hwy. 16 W. Closeto MOBILE HOMES 2 BR; furnished Isolated wooded view.
$35000 and $300.00. Call 1500.00 per acre. Ownerwill WANTED 496-2903 .v... "Your LIKE TO KM BR. 2 BA Partially furnish.ed. prison. Call 468-323. or unfurnished On Fenced back Corner
CNIUHMN IN MY NOME yard
72 4962270. I-pd 8/18 finance with 20 percent Union, County Realtor 431-1652 Good condition. I will 10/07 tfn.3One Grlfflt loop. $175 mo. plus lot Storage building outside
Week
174 PLYMOUTH GRAND down. Denison Realty Inc. REAL ESTATE LICENSING 8O4tfnIOCATIO day only.*, move trailer Call 964-6154 M APARTMINTS $100 deposit 964-8704 with
Ig. utility
PORT needs tires, battery, ((9O4) 354-4939 UFN In lake City. IBM Schools of NEAR BJAIFOM 1-chg 8/18 .... after 5 p...., Mon.-Frl. 8/18 1-2 BR apartment. 3 miles after 4:30 p.m. or all day lots of ttoroge room inside.
DOMMAN WILL AND space
alternator or good for ....... THREE SMALL BOW 1-100 Real Ettate. Phone Five acre located on |lust TIC deal 2tpd 8125 north on 301. Underwood Saturday Sunday or Mon- $385 mo. with one month
25000. Call -4962270. pds.j 2-130 each: 15 20-25 755.4006.TFN 7/14 off 121 South of lake welll TANKPackage drllled.'woler:: .; l.7e WINDSOR! '12x70 Motel 7/21 tin day. Itchg 8/18 rent at S/P. On. year lease
I-pd 818MOVIMQ pdt. each. Phone 4963332. Butler. Five acres high and pump Mobil. Home. 2 BR I BA, LOVELY BOOMl Private HAMPTON 1AKB VIEWS 2 required. 964-8073 ._ tchg8I'.t
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SALE We- 1'oW.chg ./.11'lNlllIiIIUHIOOM.-- .Ttt INSURANCEMAfwes''INSURANCS eosdiUgq. both t' 11 '164-6035., BR I BA, screen ,
are good ;,Il/A'hoI porch
drywMi pine trees. Century .do I..fl.--rid. 1fi % ; ; i ) "" 'A5tin. M
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moVihtr" tf'nUif tale 'I I 1' MQJIMI.for :31: All C.nt.ayRdity., I.AlJar ,*.,.''PIII..p.//. ,-a t7>30 BR!built on.With e.. -vSTUDIOtAPARTMENT.;; :? ; ; $175 monthlfkfoe-l! : ,'. ..;!
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everything"mctiidlng: ( 'pott1' "tale t>y owner en one acre. ..;.' _. hourt call Judy Honey available/ "All. "Work: W/O" room,'' or v |...# .the 378-7944 after 5 "or NOTICEr \ /

and pant. Four bedroom On 121 9 mile. South of ,AOINCVl 160 S. lakeAvenu.i Realtor Associate 4963419.Ml guaninteed.Jcall/ ''f f Tommy bedroom' 964-7921. 8/18 Weekly/ monthly rates. 373-7000, "work". An".".. 'II
ten all In excellent. cond. Macclenny.' phone $ Realtor I..chg .Palms! Apartments, 2314 N. Itpd B18'TRAILER I
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lake Butler, Oornton, 275,2)31. UFN
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POP HNT 2 BR.
'" Call 496-9218 between 9:00 359-3752 call after 5:00: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
'Insurance BIiTIRE ,. .
= 4963978. Complete -
!i a.m. and 4:OOp.m. everyday p.m. 2--", S/I1 Service. TFN. J REPAIR OP ALL KINDS Top Prlc.s LAND AC; CH. $200 mo. plus$200 should be submitted to the
: except Th..... and Sun. swab ON All LARGE Ed Rolllnr W.Ichs' deposit. No pelt 964-7047. Bradford County Telegraph
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1i I-pd 8/18 PLANTS-Potted Caloduimt Gulf lake Butler 011 Fl. Paid FOR SALE 8/18 2tchg 8/25 office writing and paid in
: I9TS GREAT LAKES $1.50-65.00 Sale ends NEAR ORAHAMlOne BRtrailer.
r. 4963001.2-pd 8/1 w. buy all scrap advance unless credit it
DOUaLBWIOl MOBILE August 20. Contrary Mary/i Total' elect utilities already established with
SANDING FURNITURE We aluminum copper brass'
HIDDEN'HILLS ACRE LOTS Pleasant
facing
NOME Unfurnlthed 3 Garden SR 121 LaCrosse do all sanding 'Industrial aluminum CO",. Call utat4MBV1131 Included. $60 w..kly. this office.
""" Bdrm, 1 1/2 bath living 462-1561 doted Sunday Complex of Jlalf..... For for pick-up or Grove Rood 4000. Terms 485-1371. Itchg 8/18 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF
roam, dining room and kit and Monday.2-chg 8111 1 more 'information cll deliver to lotft Country available. $400 down $58 ONI FURNISHID t SRApartment CANNOT Bl HELD
ch.... Phone 496-2995. -Acreage Plus HomeslttM 431-1898. 2-chg: 8/118/18 Corner a month. Call 964-5606.. ; on.furnishedI RESPONSIBLE FOR
Hampton Flo
l-chg 818FURNITURI 7/28 4tchg 8/18 I BR apartment, $150 per MISTAKES IN
AND A PBUANOU FOR RENT 4-ONI ACM LOTS on Pore mo. plus $5O security. No CLASSIPIIOS WHIN AD IS

" Air Cond. $150 Located NI Corner SR IOO i. SR 131: tylhe Rd. Starke. Zoned utilities Included. 1-3 room, TAKEN OVER THE
frost free refrigerator $150, MOBILE HOME North of raying Cash mobile hornet. $3.000 1 bath furnished apt. with TILIPHONI.
Florida
Butter
.tide-by-tlde refrigerator Ralford facing 121. Furnlthed lake) Far'Aluminun. Applicationsare each. $300 down approx lights and hot water Included Classified deadline it TUESDAY

.h..Sf- $200. wather" $125, dryer with washer call Cans now being taken $52 per ma for 7 yn. Call $160 mo. plus $50 NOON prior to Thursday

M $100 living;room suit $300 4311614. I_pd 1111 :-Owne>r,Will FinanceF.furtherlnfar.n.tles -, 27 Cent Par Lb. for a Stark morning 964-5606. 7/21141chg B/18 security No pell 964-8071. publication.
' size hide-e-bed sofa THRU Itpd 816AVAILABLI ,Minimum Is 15
;i queen BUMOOM HOUSE route.Applicant :3 ACRE LOTS $3,000, $300 charge
! $125 double. bed $35, TRAILER! for refit 496-2595.( Copper....... .paper dower, $52 a month. Call AFTER AUO. word. for $2.75, then 10
15! queen size bed $75. Call 1- chg 8/18 catMAIMS 'v..y w.........YR.BIrsnlssB must H ((9001)) 9645606. 8/11 tfn Ill 3 BR. IVi' BA., C/A cents for each word
752-0277 Providence, A.... lot obi. to post a cash stove and refrig, $260 mo., thereafter.flMINI .
I ACRE LOT 4000. $400
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.;/ 1_cl>g B/IB REAL 1ST ATI. REALTORS ....,.. ..cr-.t.: ... band and have down $58 month. Call first and last In advance.
9645904 8/18
South Lake Awonue 2tchg 8/25.
16O IntereecflenSR121&
964-56O6. 8/1 tfnIVs
reliable car and
Lek. Butler. 'Ia' SB 100 ACM LOTS 4995. $400

i 4..3978 Nerthetel Florida phone.964-5165 down $80 month. Call ] '

ii. ecyctoraPROPERTY 964-5606. B/U Ifn
LOT 7 A S. Crosby lake In-

i. I let. 1-2844)551. Itchg 8/18

9' Shop & Compare!! M ACRIl Set-up for complete ,' RAGE

PCfIIALI: Special Insurance for for mobile home. ,
is BVTHB Shaded and beautifully orjuaancji
FtEALTOfl* Mobile.) Home Parks
UNTIED STATE OP AMERICA landscaped. 964-4815. 8/18
t. .
All types of 473-7683
JANE S. USHER NOTKS HIRIBV GIVEN THAT THI"UNITED STATES OP AMERICA. ACTING THROUGHTHE homeowners policies for' BUSINESS .lecetlatMi Hwy Ml Ness te McOa sold.-St.rke

FARMERS HOME AOMtMSTBATION. UNTIED STATES DEPARTMENT OP AORrCULTUM. mobile homes. Mwy IOO KentofMi
OPPORTUNITIESA
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Veer Iol.w Coulllty Reekr WILL MIL AS IS. THE FOLLOWING DUCRIBEO PROPERTY ,' Cal for Quota *

496-2126 or 496-2903 Percel .... 1i Aevfae .... BS1M (ACQ B-14-82t LENDER) ; '
'; ButlerOUBUWHATf Let IB.Block 1 ef e wbdMtlee of Block D, Wllllem Krtebh Additions. per Met el tele1SutelvMee Olin'o Mobile FREE CAB Would you l like
Male St. lake
348 W. .
1 el Slick D recerded m Plot Seek f, pee* 41 el the Public Record. .el. Baker SalesElaine one? Weekly meetings In ft Put Your
Home lawley Wednesday evenings '

..4 .UiM m ..s wrr/Ir.kk exterler $ b.draemt. I beth week ......... MO .-.,. H. I Ihrlitfree. M. Cfln. Agent 18)) Invited., 8:00.: Everyone Come tee(over hew Best Face Forward

ARE GOING UPI I, lecered Joe Street. Meccleney. PL.Vareel -
) \INTEREST RATES ee 964-5606: to qualify. Call Gloria for I
New It me time .e buy yesir eVeem beme before H I .... Si AeMce .... Bras* (ACQ ItVIS-BSl DAVIS) i. ;. directions. 964-4277. llchg a Call farComplimentary

'4 Bets oat af reek.t i A perHoe el Bksck 49 .... "_..._ OMtten.. CIty. .. lake Oty.' Celumbta, Ceumy, .
There ere many enre ctlve borne In me Lake B.rler ......... bemt described ee leHawtiC. Facial_

...... witS eweere meet _...... le KU.H .. msnrtetH.. NermweetCerr,. Sleds. 41..Nertbweeter.DtvIa\aII.Cltyaf Lake CItr. tree1
;1 le ear |tea fe, help ye* fhs4 .std *e right piece el Celumble Ceeety.PL(mid ..... being where me Beet Bite el VlrelnU. ....... Intersects 4 BEDROOM NOMI en 2.8 acres with 30 pecan .In'Your Own Homo And see Why Wa i

property ere ejtwMled. te .buy sad else* help yew the Bevth flee .. Jock_ Street) end runs B 884TW I ...*. teM Smith ....Jock_ and 300 ft. major highway frontage $33,900. Say... ,
yen
Heel the right -.. ...... te kerrew me money.; Str.e. (Ne sh line .. .... 42)) dlwunce e1 'n..f... ..ilia PetatelBef..mW..i ....... .2 BEDROOM NOMI and 01 bedroom guest house. In Ours Is "Tho Cosmetic That's More
5 S 88*4fS B eU South .... Jeckten Street(...... .line el Beck 42)) town $22.900. .

:\ LAKE BU7UR ARIAt I Zttamce el 67." leetr ttseeeeTr. I* 88" W. leWr '.."1 tb... N 8748W.. 7 Jl :38 ACRES 1.000 per acre. Than A Caver.Upl"c.UJen

) .'/$ CB kerne with two.. I. eere .to tewtw Possible feat ....... N 4' 14-Otri. 1''.t1 lee te sold feud. ...., Jeckten Street (WertkiBee. elMe BUILDING LOTS In Starke, $3000 each, 4 to choose Morton. 333-2000

OWNER F1NAJ4CINO.J Sleds 42) .... the ,... af bibunirss. SoW ,reds.ylep. nk.Ry "M ... NW'y .41 !4. S.a f'...... I

,.: / Prtwse. Wmmet! M MIdI l keese ee '",N'. .... J9. Tewmklp" 9 $..tt.. Range 17 Bert CehrmMe County:: PU. "r'Ii't: : '. I

',, week ........ acre ............ Just euttMe cityall ''N-**.. DweUksM crete khtck.__,three ke V n.'eeekem..pptex. |.BM'\W It.11w.ins. OutFranchise I
>' CI benM with leere,' cusMry BvUg hf ftmmiiferee. .'-. ...... .. M4 west Jetfenafi Street, UAe CIty. FL. i 1* ".
: Ant eutslee city Nmlte.IU STRUCTURES ON THESE PaontrhU MAY NOT MEET THE ,TA$50AROf Of! "IIaNT.lAP. ; :

/ CB bsm.. ...... rerge let ...,.rely awsed- ..AND SANITARY HOWSISW AS RBPINtO BV THE FARMERS NOME AMMNtSTRATtOM .

. IwseHepetl,. leee fe '......r........... .... OWNIR j PRIOR TO BEING USED FOR' RBMOBMnAl."' ',*I'OIU.IHI. STRUCTURES.. MUST M RMTORfO For Suzuki & Kawasaki t

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Agatha N. Whitehead Starke and belonged to the'1Jiptistfaith. Survivors' include his' wife.'''f'Pa I Gart1 ot'rhanks'' Santa b'e'FII'Classes": 'Introduction.' to Logic," and 'Intermediate '
Agatha Norman Whitehead, 92, of W. Lamb and
nette ; a daughter son- Algebra. These classes'will
Lake Butler died Sunday Aug. 14, at Survivors Include his wife Mrs. in-law. Robert and Nancy Dur char; We would like to thank everyone for Begin August 23rdA meet one evening a week from 7
: North Florida Regional Hospital Mable Carlton Goodman of Starke; two grandchildren, Rob and: William the kind the expression death mother of sympathyafter Della special evening registration session to 11:411 p.m. with the exception of Introduction -'
:: following a lengthy illness. seven daughters. Miss Deborah Good aU of Keystone Heights; one brother of my ; for Santa Fe Community College : to the Humanities which
: Mrs. Whitehead widow of the late man and Mrs. Patricia Sheffield, both Dr. Richard Lamb of Tallahassee: Coodge Starke. TIM thoughtfulness classes in Starke will be held next meets B:3O to 9:45:
shown In the flowers, card and p.m.
Samuel Whitehead. native of of Mrs. Hilda Morris Mrs. sister Mrs. Catherine at gifts
: was a Starke one Thorp
food made Monday for 6 to 7 p.m.Fees are due at For additional information about
of this time'of sadness
Bradford and lifelong resi- Gibbons and Mrs. Ions Lep- Tallahassee.
County a Virginia
this time. Classes SFCC
begin on Tuesday Fall classes stop by the Starke
dent of the Bradford-Union Countyarea. pla all of Tampa,Mrs. Mary Valadesof Memorial services for Mr Lamb much easier for all of Us to bear. August 23rd and end December 15th. Center office located in Bradford I
She was a member of Pine Pomona,Calif..Mrs.Evelyn Peterson were held at 11 a.m.Monday Auat,U, Thank you, Ralph A. Goodge and Fall term evening classes available High School or call 964-5382
Level Baptist Church. of St. Louis. Mo.; three sons. at SL Anne's Episcopal Church in. family. Id Starke will Include College Com
Survivors Include four daughters Jerry L. Goodman of Riverside Keystone Heights with Father Perry We desire to express to our kind Interpersonal Communication
Nina Parrish of Lake Butler Hazel! Calif., Edgar Scott and Rayborn Collins officiating Burial and :
was neighbors thoughtful friends our Introductory Sociology The ." : ... I ]
Raulerson and Helen Klicker both of Scott, both of Tampa; one brother. private. Jones Funeral Ham .. heartfelt thanks for their many expI'NIIlOI1I Social* Sciences, Fundamentals of, ...."..,.' .
Jacksonville, and Ruth Alexander of Seeber Goodman of Starke; 24 grandchildren keystone Heights la charge of ar of sympathy. The beautiful Physical Science, Business Writing, .! y :.
Cincinnati Ohio; four SODS A.B. and four great grand rangements. floral offerings were especially appreciated Modern World History Baste Math
Whitehead J.B. Whitehead, both of ,children. Skills Lab. Major ReUgions-20th Cen-
Starke. Leslie Whitehead of Lake Funeral services were held at 3p.m. The Family of J.L.Goodman h ury...Introduction to the Humanities
Butler and Oday Whitehead of Atlanta .Sunday.Auk. 14 in the DeWitt C.
; two sisters Alta Renfroe of Ocala Jones Chapel with Rev. Walter T.
of Raiford 41 Ruby Acosta llauptman Acetone, which is found In
and Ruby Yarbrough ; Moats officiating. Burial was in Dekle
grandchildren. 54 great grandchildren Cemetery. Lake Butler. under \the Mrs.Ruby Acosta Haup mast,,8ft,,tt nail polish" removers can
and four great great grand direction of Jones Funeral Home S14 Jacksonville,died Sunday,Au$.H,at. alto' be used to remove paint
children. E. Nona sa.. Starke.William her t basso, varnish and .irpla'.llul.!
Funeral services were held Born In FeraandSnsi Beech* Jtmfc.
Wednesday. Aug. 17, at II a.m. in the Hauptman lived.fas JaeksoKtrtlte awxMt -.
Pine Level Baptist Church with Rev. C.Lamb of her life and was of In* Afetarttaft. '.
Leo Shemll and Rev. John W. Yarborough William Carry Lamb. TX. of faith. 84 s gttdfrA I r \\f l9Ut' 'to "
officiating. Burial was in Keystone Heights died Thursday. Survivors include tore daughters,
Sapp Cemetery of Raiford. Archer AM. II.at ha name.. Dons Reeob and Ghana TWMOsmdi, .GJ.t: tf f! ttl1g ,
Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Mr. Lamb had Lived In Keystone both of Jacksonville and Ruth I'INtItUl :,
charge of arrangements. Heights far la years, coining from of Starke: one sister Mrs Iftunta .,, .
Tallahassee. where be worked for 39 Thomas of Montgomery. Ala. and ksr
Jerry L. Goodman years with the State Road Department four grandchildren and several great
Jerry Lonzo Goodman 69. of now known as the Department
Starke, died Friday, Aug. 12. in Brad- of Transportation. He was graduate Funeral services were held at II
ford Hospital, Inc. following a long U- of Leon High School in Tallahasseeand a.m. Wednesday Aug. 11'. In Riverside
lnesa. the University of Florida Collegeof Memorial Park Cemetery.
Born in Lake Butler. Mr. Goodman Engineering and was a member of Jacksonville with the Rev. WithamB.
moved to Starke from Ocala over 38 St. Anne's Episcopal Church of Caldwell officiating. Archie Tanner RiINSTALLATION
years ago; was retired from the Keystone Heights and the Elks Club Funeral Home of Starke was in.
Sanitation Dept. with the City of of Jacksonville. charge of arrangements.


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