Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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No rain In ten days, high humidity, and temperature up to 101 were .., ...I!.. ii'" ,. SINCE 1879tlCTION ,'-' J
Bradford County's' chare of a heat wave that hat plagued the southeast ,' I.r ',' ; ,.
and brought at least 15 death in the nation during August. .. \ ,' At:T-' ; ,' '" o..r:1
Camp Blinding where the weather station is unshaded, reported highs 1//. 1 QI. v
,of 104, 10.2, 108, 108, and 108 for the period, August 19-23. =".:: :: .::Jt.:.. .Ipi 4( '. e e.
A 40 chance of rain forecast II
moderate percent was for today (Thursday) with a . . . .. ..... .,..... ) '1Iocllll.
In to the low :
drop temperatures 00* . . . ...... ', ; 0 V .
No. rain has been recorded by the county' three forest fire towers with Let.I.. . . . . ...... / 01 0'0 -4 ,9 \\
U 89 Inches measured there so far this month. New River fire tower has .. '< ?
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measured 5.58 inches and Santa Fe, 5.83. Total average for the month to .J ,,\1'0 \ OF \

ti date Is"&09 inches with one. week left to go. Fifty year average for August 'Otoltue.''tenON...II. . . . .......,t 0'1r. \. F '
is, lG.S3 Inches. H_. ....... . . . ...... aiG The Sweet& \O\\ ERSl hiB Side of HtqvenVFLORIDA

evening The weekend thundershowers.forecast 1s partly. cloudy with,chance of afternoon and ......... . . ..... 10,11} 105th Yek.. ",.lv -. '\ :, AUf,? 3'I ''ztcents copy i

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Here Monday

,. Ready or not, some 3,850 students All students are scheduled for the
will find themselves in school desks Fall semester at BHS Classes listedas

again Monday morning, Aug 29, period 1,2 and S will meet during
when the 1982-83 term opens. the fall. Periods 4,5 and 6 will meet in
Buses will run the same routes and the spring semester,

come by each stop about the same BHS students are asked to report to
time.as last term for the first few the following designated places Mon-
,IirAir, t '4rI4i4 days, according to Operations Director
day morning to pick up schedules:
Leonard Register, though school Freshmennorth. lobby of the
will start about 10 minutes earlier cafeteria.
than last year. Since the school: buses Sophomores- south lobby of the
arrived about 10 minutes before cafeteria.

school started last year, they should Juniors- south lobby of. the
arrive just before school starts this auditorium.
K year: A shake-down .is set for a few Seniorsnorth lobby of the
days, then some minor adjustmentmay auditorium.
have to be made Register says. Principal Duncan says 1,063
"Everything set..." for Monday's students are registered for school
opening day, says Supt. Tom Casey. now, but that may change slightly
Teachers went back to work Wednes- either way on opening day. Currentlyon
t day for three days of pre-planning for the roster are 201 seniors, 234 I

the 83-84 term.Optimistic juniors, 273 sophomores, and 255
principals echo Supt freshmen.All .
Morris Williams !Runs Growing ,Company... Casey. "Not a thing," said Bradford basic teacher positions are fill

Bradford and Morris Williams Is High Principal Jim Duncan when ask- ed, but Duncan is still looking for two
Furniture owner operator
ed if his school faced problems in
compensatory education teachers
framed against his 70,000 square foot factory on US-301 north.
opening. Duncan's 1,063memberschool severalweeks
Is but doesn't need them for
Locals forget the quietly run furniture factory there they
is going to 100-minute classesin
whls by on the 4-lane. bat with the new 8,000 square foot addition, after school opens.
three-class per day /block: schedule, Eight new teachers have been hiredat
feet of
Bradford will have
'r'rt Furniture 70,000 square space.
the most
experimental move made at
BHS which Duncan call
a "prettyaverage"
be hired when
With 37 employees and 10 more are expected to
the school
high in .
the addition Is complete Williams Is one of the largest employers Every BUS students many is years.scheduled, turnover.
t xr. In the county. Eight years after buying the foundering company, Duncan says.
Williams Is aiming for a f Z million gross. Middle School...,

+ ; Schooiliours... Principal Dewey McKinney asks all
Starting and dismissal'times for Bradford Middle School students to

Faith Mea!!W111 G each school in the county are: :, report directly to the gymnasium at
Hodges flas OW..f Bradford High8:20: a.m.;, 2:53: p.m. 8:20 a.m.Home .
It takes many hours of hsrd work to expand Into a new hardware Bradford Middle. School-.8:20: a.m., room teachers will read out
store, but E.W. Hodges has faith that the area will prosper 2:40.. p.m. ff> i the names of their students, and the

." ..lH coming. years So." Ac& 15 Hodges opened a 2,400 upMMr"-;-...'. Sou Inside 'Elementary-. ". ,8:30" ... .a.m"J3'l5p.m' ',.. students will be asked to follow their"homeroolV"tetlcbetto
niiOTw buildliitf aL.+,, : : 'hls/hef.. .
QAt hardwire store ta the Hoy's Grocery al, '
v ," a'U'.1Id Bad Streets/fa back eY: hi. paint store. '',* ',-"'fQ r'y Star:.ke Eleblentartt' M;'J:_ dass Olr e room teacher"
i. J OJI J!i m.Brooker will give each student a schedule and 11
'\ Elementary8:15 a.m., make sure the student knows whereall
-, 2:50 pm his classes are.
Striking Out On His Own... Hampton Elementary8:20: a.m.,
4 l lt 3.05pm.: Biggest change In the middle school
t Gray Flynn Is local boy who wanted to return to his home Lawtey Elementary-: a.m., 3:05 day will be that 20-minutes added to
town and go Into business for himself. So with help from his fourth period to allow a longer time
5 s r @ parents George Jr. and Neva Flynn. dentist Gray now has his pm.Each school opens about 10 minutes for lunch. Two minutes have been ad-
own office on East Call and St.Clalr Streets. earlier, and dismisses about 15 ded to each of the five minute
Contractor for Flynn was Warren Stevenson of Starke. minutes later than last year. classes to take up the remainder of
Flynn, watering his lawn, is a bachelor. All starting and dismissal times are the extended school day, McKinneysays.

governed by the high school day .
T which, by state law, must be 50 Relief for the crowded lunch periodhas
t minutes longer in 83-84. The 50 been seriously needed for several
and McKinney is happy to have
minutes were gotten by taking away years
class changing time at BHS, starting the additional time.Fourth period has
classes IC minutes earlier, and going been losing instructional time to the
25 minutes longer each day.' lunch period, he says.
Since buses arrive at the high
.school last and leave first, the BHS Elementary Schools...
schedule governs. Elementary school schedules will
be lengthened by some 25 minutes
School Lunches Up... and the extra time will be additionalinstruction

N Students lunches will cost 10 cents time.

ct more, 60 cents at elementary schools "It just give you a little more In-
and the middle school, and 80 cents at struction time, which we need, 1
the high school. really," says Jesse Moore principalof
The increase is aimed at wiping out Southside Elementary.
the $40,000 deficit in the food service Toughest job on opening day for the
program, which Is supposed neitherto elementary school will be getting the
make nor lose money, but break young kindergartners, attending
even. A, food service program school for the first time, on the right
operating In the' red has to be supplemented bus to get home.Kindergartens.
from the. school system s whose parents bring
,operating? budget them to school on the first day have no
way of knowing which bus to ride
BUS.Opening.; .. home. So, it's up to teachers and the
BHS students should arrive at school staff to see that the little ones

school no latezr. than 8:20: a! .m. get on the right bus.

i$2 Million in],:New Building Under WaySome Jax> Liquors to Apply

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{ $1.2 million of commercial 'who ownitwo; other' bowling centers. '301-N Shopping Center? turn wanted*away several in the f tennants building.who Retail Outlet Here
Bowling here is expected to,begin in "' 24- space For ; .
construction is under way or. Just 'Binders have-been placed on E.Wj Hodges Is running back and ;
September. '
completed In the Starke area, plus ', acres of property just south of the new forth between his paint store,, the
work has:atarted( a ,new f760.000 ''.A 36-unit $760,000 federally-funded bowling alley on the east side of Starke Paint Center,: and the new ,Two applications for special exceptions will be heard by the City Boardof
federally' funded apartment' comp' 'ex. apartment complex has been startedby '*US 3o1 north In Starke for a possible Hodges Hardware this week with son Adjustment at its meeting tonight (Thursday Aug 25) at 7 p.m.
eonatruictionproiectli, are't Stokes Co. of Jacksonville in NW hew shopping center. Randy in the; hospital for another' Jax Liquors, Inc.of Jacksonville, is applying for a special exception for
i l Six new : ; : ; Starke on property purchased from Area under'consideration for pur )operation, operation of a retail liquor outlet on US-301 across: from the Bradford
Ronnie Newman. chase Is 14 acres of the Cemenari property Hodges said his new hardware store Square shopping center. This property was purchased several,years ago
.An 8,000 square foot addition to and 10 acres owned by J,E. Har- has been welcomed by the public so by Scotty's building supply chain but was never used for this purpose. M i
Bradford Furniture Company northof New Guard Armory... dy. far, and that he's doing much more The liquor license to be used by Jax Liquors was purchased from
Starke is under way. Contractor Is business at anticipated for, the first Ernest Allen, proprietor of the Gator's Den, also on South 301.
Trtest Construction Co: of Keystone,, Plus, a new 1.7 million National Mini-Shopping Center... .few weeks. Also to be heard at tonight's meeting will be an application by the
Heights. Guard armory is nearing completionIn c' It has taken In excess of $50,000 to' Bradford-Union Mental Health Clinic for special exception to construct a
Camp Blinding facing the east side Local contractor Jerry Ely .Is talking ''stock the hardware store and buy new clinic building west of the Bradford County Courthouse on county,
.An 8,500 square foot commercial: : of Kingsley Lake. Contractor Is T}lest ( ,of developing a minishoppingcenter equipment''and, shelving,, Hodges property now toned Rlresidential). -
building by Scott Whitehead facing Construction CoIn ,on US-301 just south'of says. The City Zoning Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. to consider possible site \
Edwards Road at Bradford, Square Alligator Creek. Morris Williams;, owner' and. for Rl-D zoning (mobile home and conventional home mix) in northeast
shopping center with the.six.units alloccupied the Wind... ;, .. .r Ely purchased the'property from operator of Bradford Furniture, says Starke between N. Church SL and Oak St. ,
,,,' ; Several' in the wind the Stern estate!, 'I[opening a display at an Atlanta Fur 1,
projects are ,
niture Mart where retail furniture
f:new hardware store owned and'opened but builders don't want to go public."' Six occupants: In the new Whitehead I'dealers see Bradford Furniture mer-
operated IE.W," Hodges before all their chickens hatch Building Bradford Square are the Tchandise' has caused an increase in 'J'' '

Aue.'15 ,tabtbe former Roy'a Grocerybuldlng public accounting firm of Monk, .(business.<* In' J-Section..., :' 't i
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(owned by 8.G,Denmark. ) on Jax Liquors Coming.., Davis It Farnsworth, Clark'sBailmark <:i" Williams em loges 37 now and can'titurn :
west Call Street." Most concrete 1s 1 a proposed.tax Liquors Gift Shop, the Putnam Convalescent work out fast enough despite the i. -
''j.' package store on the east side Center with offices: also In installation of a conveyor system last Dirt ,Track Racer Surpasses the Competition.,.. .' -. I
j Gray Flynn has built 6: new of US-301 south across: from Bradford Lake City and PalaHta, the new physician :"yearn Stark*'* "Wlldman"Tracy Dixon Is showing that h:was '"born'' i

office on East Call Street at St.CIalr ,Square lhopp\nl\ center Gn property team of Dr; Pet Gianas and Dr. f, With completion of the 8.000 square to drlv*",on the Jacksonville Speedway dirt tracks. [: I.
Street in Starke and has opened a' r 'purchased from SCotty'building John Ctenki a new braDcll'of New fool addition. of warehousing"and
private dental practice. ply chain Jax Liquors supposed w' Method Cleaners operated by ".1.. ,f finishing space, which will enable New Standing Facility Comman_;.., "
ash Starke Board of Adjustment for a' Thomas and a branch'lto of 1 Bradford Furniture to better organize '.
Lt. Colon! Karl Swlndull took over the of facility com
;I..G ikaws family trawling\ center isnearing ,special'exception to sell liquor at 'Williams Jewelry' operated by position ;\;,,
completion on US-301 north tonight's (Thursday, Aug 25) 7 p.m. Charney Williams. : ,(See B Uding..P.ZA) mandr at Camp Blooding. offer Col.I Augusta ,Gonzalat I rtlrd ./

by Dr,.Samy F. Bishai of Palatka. city toning board meeting. Scott.,Whitehead'reports having to i,I; ..* /( 'c: .;'.'tt..R"" ,,w' i .A.U :;" .,.('.-, ., -s. ",::1'*, J", f":.. ", lT"-It..?lr...'f"r"V. ...! A.-.,;;? J.' \
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Page 2A TELEGRAPH August. 2S,/153 '.1A) : '{'>/t

BC Transfer Policy T .


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'bradford County School Board 21B off SR-100(SpeedvUle area)to the I PLEDGE t
recently decided to continue In their Putnam County line and east of Lake I g g id'y'Y
policy of approving request of every Santa Fe. my'HEAD v ?': M +
student who asks to be released to go Toe three approved, acceptance Y r
to the Clay County School District, areas for Bradford students to attend todearcrttotfnoaterloyaUy.tht k1"g.
realizing that it will be up to Clay Clay.se -'- include Lake Geneva ;
County to accept the students in the Estates, TSmokertoe, the southeast f f V -
school system. side of Immokalee Road and those ] i ?
The question had been raised in the students who live In an area:miles or .....".1{ i r c
minds of the Bradford board less from the school. 'ur servk&andHEAITH 'ri
members as to whether or not the Eckdahl said that day would like to to latter
Clay acceptance policy was fair and extend the area on the elementary .
non-discriminatory to all pupils who school as well but limited space prohibited 4.N b tfer'liviug'for t e s r '"
applied. them from doing this. Clay ;r + r ) f M..
"There has been some criticism by will try to make arrangements to extend fltyClill.fnytommllnit>tw t ,
Bradford that we pick and choose who the area on the elementary ; x F
we accept. To someone who hasn't school in the future, according to I rn1 coulit&' r 4'r f''
been Involved in the evolution of the Eckdahl. .Y. ...... +' r'rr r )tSr
policy it could look that way" said Eckdahl said later that some \<' / f
Jack Eckdahl. Clay County school Keystone residents may feel that It is r "f'r iVU y
board member. unfair for their tax dollars to go
Bradford Superintendent Tom toward educating the children of 4 r Yt
Casey had said that if the policy were other counties.He pointed out that the
found to be discriminative, be would families of the 69 children In question l i+'+'v 7u ,''4 R t
recommend that none of the children are a part of the Keystone community. ,
be released to attend Clay schools. They attend church shop own ,81j p t tp
Casey bad said that unless all the businesses, volunteer in the schools -
children were treated fairly none and civic organizations and par .. .
should be released to Clay County. ticipate In the recreation program at *f
Eckdabl assured the Bradford Keystone.He --- : :
board at their meeting last Thursday said that while) it Is true that _

that there was no discrimination in Clay schools do not receive property ... ;. n' .'_"'_' ..._.. _.._. ...._.___.__.___
the Clay acceptance policy."I assure taxes for these children they do
you that if the policy has been receive state funds for the studentsonce
violated by giving a false address or they are released from Bradford
for whatever reason I will make County.He also pointed out that Clay 4-H'ers Rejuvenate
every effort to see that students attend schools continue to receive property : ,
the right schools. We will try to taxes for Clay students who attend ,
clean it up If violations have occurred school: other counties. The number
,even If they have been there for 3 of Clay students who attend school in
or 4 years,"said Eckdahl. other counties and of Bradford City Park. :
Clay recently extended the limit of students who attend Clay schools are ,, ", .,:
the acceptance area for the Keystone about the same.
Heights High School in an effort to "We have tried to do the fairest tie Bradford County 4-H Health Club has been herd at work fer the "::
allow of the students who live thing in our policy. said Eckdahl ,
more .. '
past tea months the O. Park ( from the
schoolarea Mary WalnwrlgM acrecs .1
close to Keystone to attend KHHS In- "We have expanded the high "
stead of going to Bradford High and looking to the future,we will Health Department) and new they can stand back and be pined of their "
School try to expand the elementary school hard work and accomplishments.Thanks .:
Clay's new policy for the High area but we are limited in the growthwe to their efforts the park U neat sad clean and has the benefitof
School includes the area south from can do there." recreation equipment
new provided by 4-H with the help ef then -
friends., ,
The park also bas a unique advantage In the exercise itaUoas provided -
by 4-H>rs so that people coming into the park can de ehla-aps (top ,
Buildings -(from page IA) right),sit-aps (lower left), and many other exercises to help them

its work Williams expects to add 10 units of which arrived this week and along the way to a healthier.future. .
employees. After that, the next move are being erected in the front hospital
will be a double shift, he says. grounds facing SR230.A .
Commercial building permits have doubling of the size of Whispering .'1/'>,,' '%i...,' f.
totalled $2.2 million since the first of Pines Care Center(former Starke
the year,according to Deputy Zoning Nuring Home) owned by J.D.Griffis.A .
Director Janet Turner.In new Bradford-Union Guidance
addition in the offing Is:, Clinic to be built on county property
-A doubling of the size of the Brad- behind the courthouse.A .
ford HospitaK 160,000 addition to'the Dixie
-A new $54,000 Wellness Center at Motel being done by Contractor Jerry
Bradford Hospital the three. mobile Ely. sooN


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f NOTICE is hereby given that the Florida Public Service : ,*Fortune Federal and Fublix have .inquiries and get cash with ease t -, t'I, f
joined forces to make,.pahking. as from any of your Fortune.Chetking, l::

Commission, a panel or a member thereof, well as shopping a pleasureSoon. Accounts: You will also have access '

:: will hold public hearings on the Petition of Con-' with our new Fortune 24 Card ,to your Statement Savings Accdunt

can bank where at 24 hours of the week.
you you shop; a day.Any day
tinental of the
Telephone Company South-Florida '
selected public stores near you. J3ut-you'll need your Fortune 24

for an increase in its rates and charges which: will i'. r The convenient Publix Thll located J ; card.And it's easy to gel[Just stop;

produce additional annual revenues 6fJ ,689,084 just outside the front entrapce.." f at yoUr nearest Fortune Federal

r' offers 24 hour.7 days a week banking.! office and apply now Before you

at the following time and place: M JVV. All you-need is a Fortune: 24TCard.:': *'. know it you'll be banking where

5:00: p.m. Wednesday, September 7,: 1983 J,!"{ )(bu,can make deposits, balance shopping is a pleasure., .

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: The hearing will commence at 5:00 p.m. and cong -

tinue until 7:00 p.m. All persons appearing during'' -- -

these times.will be heard. / _

The purpose of these hearings is to give members ,'' ) '. j

of the public I who are subscribers of telephone service T qT::: \W -

from Continental Telephone Company who -O 'N1"1IIWI C :'
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wish to present testimony on the quality of service. 'lrul WIIOU RIIAIICW.MIlD

well the increase the Stariw Office: .
as as proposed rate opportunity ,
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,to do so at the above time and place. P Phone:964-5000 b T ;te; t .' k Mt1 :,

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Further hearings are scheduled for Tallahassee; at a':;'. ,',

later date to permit the commission staff and in'y\ !t

terested parties.'to further examine.the. request.

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,\ -- The Office of the Public'Counsel has intervened in ,'\''sue< ,1,': ,

i this case and a representative from this.office. will \ f; _

be present at the hearing to assist the public. He ; \) .., _

may be contacted prior to .the hearing at Room 4, ,: :.,

G Holland Building Tallahassee. a e
i \ 32 firtavdly offices In florid*I Over one bU bn dollars In, sxq. __:il

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I Florida Income. Eligibility. Guidelines [, Policy Set For Free !lapel i ; Reduced] Lunches I

: f b'' ,a!&S I '., 'OJ', ,FOR'> FREE AND"' ; : The School Board of Bractfo.:\'& on" the application:""; :< : *> "> I y School Food Service, bat household believes they have been i i

ty has set Its policy for free and reduced household members; : Temple Avenue Starke, discriminated against, they should
I 1 : \ REDUCED PRICE MEALS price meals for children unable to numbers of all 32091 phone 964-6800 ext. 9, write immediately to the Secretary of 1
,. ,. of meals and milk served members or a a hearing appeal the decision. Agriculture.: Washington, D.C. 2N250.
,w tV Effective from July 1, 1983 to June 30.1984',, under the National School Lunch household member : policy contains an outline of the Each! school cafeteria will serve I
1 ,' Act. one; Total household ; procedure. lunch; each day providing approx-
'/ .'V I '("! ), signature of an U a household member becomes imately one-third the Recommended I
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"'iJ1! .('?,' Children from families who ''income member certifying or If the household size Dietary Allowances for all nutrients.
I is at or below the levels shownon tion provided is : r the family should contact Students may purchase lunch for 60 I
\ .Them are the Income scales died by(School Food Authority. ,)' to determine the income scale are eligible for are required to school: Such changes may make cents (1.80) at the Elementary
eligibility- for free and reduced price meat.Yl'tit '" free or reduced price meals and milk. household Income of children of the household eligible Schools and the Middle School, and I I

I h .' I Application forms are being sent to month or S6OO per year reduced price meals or for addi for eighty cents ($.80) at the high I
tree' :; t ,all homes with a letter to parents or'' in household size. benefits such as iron meals if school.Reduced price lunches will be
Meal Scale ,,\ ,,I It guardians.To apply for free or reduced be submitted at any family Income falls below the thirty cents ('30) at all schools. Extra
price meals a household should fin year. shown on the Income scale. will be twenty cents (t 20)) at
t Family Size Annually ,MonthlY'W kly out the application and, return to the Under the provisions In certain cases foster children are all milk I
school. Additional copies are reduced price policy eligible for these benefits. If a Since many young children and
1 ." ". available at the principal's office of each school will has foster children living older students eat light! breakfast or
j :*;,,' 1 8,318 527 ,'' 122 each school. The Information provided and determine them and wishes to apply for no breakfast at all, parents should
t'f .2> 8.502 709. 164' on the application will be used for or guardian, meals for them, the household provide some type of lunch for their
'' the purpose of determining eligibility ruling of the official, \ contact the school for more In- children, either a bag lunch from
,! ',,; '\ \1 3 10.686 891 ,",, 206 'and may be verified at any time dur- discuss the decision home or a cafeteria lunch. Please
'r- ;"., :..4 12,870 1.073 248' ing the school year by school or other mining official on an The information provided by'the take advantage of the free or reduced
i; "" I 5 ,, ,,15,054, 1,255 r 290. program officials. If the parent wishes to l in confidential and win be price meals made available by the
.\\8' b':; ". For school officials to determine appeal,he may make a ed only for purposes of determining National School Lunch Act if you
i 17.238 1.437 ,'" 332. eligibility the household must pro. orally or in writing and verifying data. qualify.

7 '/ 19.422 1.819.;. t 374";), ride the following information listedBrooker'*organ, Coordinator In the operation of child feeding The National School Lunch Program
\ 8 21,606 tI, 1,801 416 I ar administered by the U.S. was set up to provide hot,
of Agriculture, no child nutritious meals for the children who
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I News I, be discriminated against because are eligible for free or reduced price
,'For Each ar '': ',al .t" q" ',c," race color, sex, national origin meals and to provide low cost meal
f, -"Additional''''' .I-q", ."J' ., .- .... ; by C.E."Sue"Davis Oct. 29-Brooker or handicap. If any member of a for the children: who pay full price.
'<11" I phone 485-1344 I if nival.
Member Add 2,184 182 ,, '. Nov. 15-PTA! ;
\ :
", p. .I. ,j t oj') Brooker School News. ,
', If; ( I 'HiHIt", ." Dec. 13-PTA:
I -
I, ,, "b ,,,, Brooker Elementary will begin : .m. i
,I 'I ,,' "" school Monday, Aug. 29, at 8:IS a.m. 21-PTA R.I."C: 1 1I I
Dismissal time for students riding April l -PTA 1I
'! .,. Reduced, ,. Price Meal Scale.,. ,,, ) Mrs. Stalnnker's bus to New River May 31-PTA (I ,
r."t. / J'. I" c' will be 2:20 'all other' 7:30 p.m. BILL HOLLISTER
i Family Size students being dismissed at 2:50 p.m. I t Sales, Consultant
Annually Monthly Weekly
;. The later dismissal time is due to a r ((904)) 376-1288
; 1 : 8,991 750 1' 173
ray \ new schedule{adopted by the high
2 12,099 1,009 233 school to allow students more time in

:a, 3 f"'f" 15,207 ,1,268 a \ ,. I 293 the science. math and computerareas. '. I "1 or

4 :'\ 18,315 1,527 353 Brooker Elementary students will 'Business'Hea1thCareNeedIs

,5, V 21,423 .1786; : 412 be arriving home in the afternoon approximately -,
6" 30-45 minutes later this
: 24,531' 2,045 472
year than fast year. Morning arrival
7 27,639 2,304 532 times will be about the same as last r nit I
8' 30.747 592 : Business?
2,563 year.Cost Iffy Oiily
1 \ < ,, _" .' .. of a school lunch will be 60 YJ?

For Each" ; cents lunch prices per day have or increased$3: per.week.-10 All Auto' I I do one thing and I do it right So put me to
AdditionalMember in Bradford County schools. r .a|; 'I, I work for your company and get the expertise .
I. : of health care specialists for company
Add 3.108 259 60 Sept. 1-Budget hearing with Bradr your f I
individual needs
ford School Board members at 7:30 plus the security ofa I
c..r Nc' \ ,p.m.. in the stage area at the school.: solid insurance company-r-Blue Cross and '
i I -- JOY M. Blue Shield of Florida.

'. Sales i Give me a can today and your company'

Lawtey News Starts & can start enjoying complete health care protection -

t ((904) tomorrow-from Blue Cross and Blue

by Elizabeth Terry -Tuesday. Monday. }Ii i f Metro i Shield of Florida, .,.croa.

phone 782-330 Miss Arthurlne Blanchard made Mrs. Fred Moore visited her sister UiMirence the health carespecialists. Skn&dsldanise..

CHURCH ACTIVITIES:' her usual visit to see her sister, Miss Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville on MEntpunu luui : .
Enza Blanchard on Thursday afternoon Wednesday.
'f Rev. Roger Eunice of Crestview and she was in good spirts. Friends of Lacy Griffls regret to / / / I lake ACIoaer Look a
was the guest speaker at First Baptist Rev. and Mrs. Roger Eunice of learn that he passed away during the Metro rAt
,Church on Sunday night, Aug. 21. Crestview spent several days with night. He Is the son of Mr. and M....: Property and, Grose and ffiae Shield Fkrida.T..MicEjuE .

PERSONALS. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sinclair Griffis. Our deepest sym-, Warwick
Eunice. pathy Is extended to the family.
Mr:. Fred Moore visited MinI Mrs. Dorothy HIggInbotham and Recent guests of Mrs Rod e Reddish -
l Elizabeth Terry and her out of town Mrs. Mabel Wilkerson of Maxville were her nephew Bernard Rosier'

guests' Vipers, Mn,.' ...1;MYrif spent Sunday afternoon,.Aug.. 14.w ithyt lit Live Oak.Her nlece..Hazel Sapp
T ee,.. 14n lj ,r.; "C.E Mrs,,Hester Hlduu.l !.I."-,. r. .. :aad her-daughter, Dianne, and two
. ,...... ..... Strlckiifteroo a y y1.,A her '....-nd..MI.Hen, I.Kelly; viait .. ..' ranhcldldran 11'6ii Nttn4Yorkrrt,l' ., -
s. s.jreAdell'Haurtori.Mi; fit Ii);'Mrtand MY*! Jim Lamont had a birthday ,.
Strickland left for TaUahaaaee on Riverside Hospital Jacksonville. on party Saturday for their son. SHARING: ;

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1056 Starke. Florida ford County. Section 1. Notice.All I'
I Legal 3209)) on .or before 8/04 4tpd 8/25 companies and/or their
: September. 8. 1983 and contractors who plan to [ NOTICE
file the original with the excavate within tile city \fUBUC
Notices Clerk, of this Court NOTICEOF limits or adjacent pro- \
either' before service on INTENTTO perty must notify the City ,
the Plaintiffs attorney or REGISTER of Starke at forty-sight USE'HEARING '
I NOTICEOF Immediately thereafter; FICTITIOUS NAME ((48)) hour In advance of :
INTENTION Otherwise a default will planned excavation.Section ,
REGISTER .be> entered against you State of Florida 2. Utllltle/ ''I'
!; FICTITIOUS NAME for,the relief demandedIn County of Bradford Director. All, companies : .
this Complaint. or contractor planto .
excavate must ascertain -
Pursuant to Section DATED this 29th day of ROSEMARY, P.
y from the UtilitiesDirector
B6J.09., Florida. Statute*. July .0..1983. SCHEYDER. hereby_ which if any city "
notice )I. hereby, given" GILBERT S.BROWNAS notice that she. Intends to utllltle are Involved 'J
I that, the undersigned. CLERK OF SAID ,register with the Clerk of prior to the time of ex
; Warren D. Fletcher, COURT Circuit Court for Bradford cavation. .;::

}. Owner F a R Rental. 'Y:Faye N.Whltehead County Florida the fictitious Section 3.., Blotting. ,
,; Inc.508 Central !As Deputy Clerk name'of E'S R Blasting will not ba ) I .
Avenue. Crescent CIty ,Sll4tchg901nonce ,AUTOMOTIVE -and. to allowed,within the city
FL 32013 sole owner,dosIng or NAMES engage In business under limit or within one hundred A proposed use hearing for
business under the orPERSONSAmAUWITQBB that fictitious name witha ((100))yard of utility .
firm name of PUTNAM principal place of mains. '
( MEDICARE SUPPIISS. 107 AIANDONEDPROPSRTTP.rsussi OWNERS business at 2163 N. Temple Section 4. City genera revenue sharing purposes
f E. West Edwards Road Avenue, Starke, Utilities. All Involved city ,
I. Starke, Florida: 32091.' :'t. 8. tlo. II,' Florida. 32091. utllltle will be located
Chapter" f IT. rbrlda SutuM, /ROSEMARY P, and marked with flogs or will be' tielcj August 30 1983 for
Intends to register sold on
... ,
i fictitious name under the ......... "Florida DupMluoa. atU..ial.ad SCHEYDER y t- ,
l :
Pr.p.rty 'Section S. Gas lines.
aforesaid statute. sotlos .fc has by sins & Aen, EUGENE F, SHAW .
All uncovered lineswill
Dated thl* 9th day of _tM sees Band d....._.. .___toM Starke P.O. Drawer, Fl 32091 1030 be Inspected gas by the all interested: citizens of the City of

: August. A.D.. 1963. In seat ,W .......11&oo ..-r city to determine If
Bradford County. B>4 .b..do...l. THIS ((904))964-5701 damage has accuredbefore ,\
8/" 4tchg 9/01 boss NOT INVOLVE REAL Attorney forrRegistrant back filling Starke. The :amount of general
Section, 6., Public
I -.! Ba fiR SuarlM. n'UM1. B/184tcho9/Oe Nolle The public will be '
OSStMOHUH.tnfartuuae. notified periodically revenu e sharing funds to be
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT --me UM NOTICE TO BID through ,the local, "
EIGHTH .w.at M d.w/pW i W the
OF FLORIDA. newspaper of excavation

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'Property _ooh..u. ..urWs.d.heckle ..... w The City of Starke Is Ordinance.: In addition discuss ed for' the fiscal is !
IN AND FOR ...as..UHtJI tIopoolw. _.... calling for bids on copies of such year
BRADFORD COUNTY. bas" '- Palliates. eat Photocopier The bids notice will be given with 1 .,, .
? FLORIDA. ,tmt the iu-mmt_d. will be openedof 7:00 ,each, building permit I
CASENO.D3243CCLARENCE : party IMbald ooq"1'.r... 01 M Section 7. Companiesand .
SliiM.SMMMlaC.iBWTMt taUM meeting on ,
EARL CANIPE., preps, by Mrmm\nt\ Ml September 6. 1983. The Contractor. All
j Individually and a* Inquiry w -... .."... SunCwwtnltor. bid will .ba read aloud. companies' must notify
Aral Aba4oMl The City of Starke their contractors of the
Friend of ,
Next CLARENCE' EARLMCDONALD f Capital rep rt, _. .>.a.ee 1401. Plorida SUM reserve the right to accept requirement of this ordinance ;
ttSOl O04I 4S1.B49.AFTBB .be e.e,.' or reject, any or all The meeting will be held at '7:30:
,_..... the -. -.... .bid. Section 8. Violationsand ;
.1 i a minor child.' ..
: UM mM psbWMd Bid specifications maybe Penalties." A violation -
FAITH DRAPING.and :m this SMMS Uiwurmt WnmnUf of this Ordinance
obtained at City Hall i. of discussion
M prauM M UMkohter ; for the
.kf. Ortolw, lass UM City Clerk Office. shall be deemed a second p.m. purpose
Plaintiffs.VS i-" MS be __ ... Forthe-Starke .degree. misde \'" '
......., s the Ce.posbr of City Commission: meanor. Any person
"' MARLENEBEARUPandDONALD Florid*. TWnMtar, all bother Nell L.Tucker who violate any of the of possible uses of general revenue
I BEARUP thing, ova b> dlncud'U tbCoMptnOM' > City Clerk provisions of this Ordinance

Defendant. ; -. o(OEMALDUtWISCOMPTBOLLU PIM Or FLORIDAeneswissnis' B252tchg9OIORDINANCE .be shall subject upon| to conviction a "sharing' funds at 'City Hall. All in- :

:NOTICE OF ACTION --, fine exceeding five
{ ., hundred ((300)) dollar or .
i /-,:TO- DONALD BEARUP! NOTICE iOF NO.292.A .Imprisonment for a term tereste l citizens will have the opportunity -
( ADORES AND INTENTIONTO not exceeding sixty ((60)days )
.1<. REGISTER ", 'AN' ORDINANCE < or both. f
7'<,v RESIDENCEUNKNOWN.. FICTITIOUS NAME ESTABLISHING COM. such, offense continues,, to written : and oralcomment
,priEHENSIVE GUIDELINES after written notice, : give
't' Pursuant ,to ,Section' iTO PREVENT DAMAGETO holt be deemed a ,
YOU,!! ARC NOTIFIED '869.Of, Florida. Statutes,: UNDERGROUND PIPELINES separate offense ;
; ', that any\, ,action, for ,notice .Is .hereby given" BY EXCAVATION.: PASSED this 'ht day'of on uses of the funds. !
: ,
Declaratory Judgement that the underslgnediMe June 1983, by the City '
S' and 'Other, 'Relief ho T. ..\, sale, WHEREAS! Florida Commission of the City, .
it 'been filed against you owner doing>business Public Service Commit, of Srarket Florida.. ',. 'Senior [ :citizens are encouraged J to
and )Iou ore required Id' .under" the firm name el tort require the City of "t Vernon D.Slkox, :
t< serve a copy .of your IVIS' ,MACRAME :GIFt Stark>lo ,stablish.recomprehensive Chalmoni'.OtyCommloalon .
"I i I<<. written' defwisa If any ...SHOP, 117 Smith Themp- ,wrln n, ... }' attend nd' comment.s i- '
to |it, on Plaintiff or son,. street, Jterfce.. plan),to prevent damage. And" Mayor, i It .. ; ;
Plaintiffs' attorney WM. Florida, Intends, Pat "tot\ \\ ... "I..., Attest:. : |. .
; : .A.BESSENT,Ill. ESQUIRE reglstsr said. fictitious: [\ line* by excavation.,, .' Nail(L Tunic
whose addret M;' BES-. name under |he. B8 IT ORDAINED !BY, Clerk| .J
403 Wait -Dated this 29th day of THE CITY OF STARKE. 'AUGUST 2.1983

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: !: J-fjIy Had 3 Passenger Trains .Daily in "87 I ISI.MtI

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.. a pteder sbeOiog at the home of TJtf.
>e...Brdb d Qswrwty........ f f. Rimes of rift Wiliest Friday....
.,.. aai6s el r....,e. ill m.rt alas t:
: ...... die i5 r., idol pn.asgsr 1 ll i Poke bonnets are Main fat high favor
tar shsvihese ill sot cheer 411 theca with tbe young ladies.They should be won.
without strings.
1a Eaa7. rrw y......... 1a4 IWn.
.onew........erheanre lase goes... In reporting the "grand ban" held
.......... .. Christmas opored zia The Teteorapli'ssocial
--I pwt edit< was nothing
e d..em ra aeraOce. use
a.d r m tars die power.wep this ems special at this dance except good music,
_t Mr. KeBy the highest. raHread ofta cnarmmg and handsome ladles,and a fewstray
ffe+tM Bradford. County Whmever tootwos church: members who became eo-
ttas framed by the good music.and forcetting
i a smells *r lieMabsv exprcas
tram to ,al he for tile moment! that they were In the \
bar pre m aedUeve it tbemselws
Basdoerctaef eat ef wrong pew turned over to
: a lew rim... The engmcer. who to en the sataa and his devils and with: the rest of
....& ik.cs.ers the signal and inMW the sinners,tripped the Ii&bt fa-.tk. l

: reeliuhdr'y die aEt .kes The Telegraph misted an Issue during I
tnIII...... die .oeaehnder, this Christmas week believed to be the
..earth ohthzz a few --. die only issue missed since Us founding hiK7 \

mg ia angn.Ded b ere ... aced At Christmas Bail TIle editorpi-: "Printers, as
b.iwwym eesa tics ar.md she her dbsnbtrade 'well as outer people, must have a rest at I
ell and mm da appears ia the A few stay ct.rda werbets least once a year. I
...... .-
: p_abe -!&ght iaatasnV." Bank Opens In May I
'ftia IIefare 1M 1 Fteeaa" 411
wm "Big
1155.aid n. r....sxApreokifar5uutetethefuture'with: -'a We Closes in Jose

; : *<_ Iaer1II i in the pauper'home whetonquratim they get What kf believed to be the briefest bank
bankeaad .TfT tatitial hmldinisji Ibat ......0\\..." ." history on record is reported ia One short
.sensed..... te aay ether. '-II"the stategUea BOOS from Tfltgrapta of 1MB.On .

ofsatsle-1aBd.-.e ita aae. thaa 1M they tango ast.r1pated. Mowers tram lane In the fine of busmeaa., improvements it May is of that year the paper
was reported hi JIG that "Dr.
: January reported:
art confidence fnld.1bInIIiy tats throwing the oranfle mm .1.0.Haynes has hss dental parlors now fixed Mr. .i.n. Pesos who is about to enter
: = f Bradford up kn elegant style" over the new brick the business in Stark
.e County. banking ,
thin dared ILL Jones where be will be

Hater use meet; disastrous the that the substance of Gardiner et Pratt's
to see aD bill services.
r, history brought record low desiring pamphlet. advertising Bradford County tosnhstanHally
: .icenpe... re of U to 12 degrees kite: true and much to the credit
th.marhls ef citrus trees in the county and Dr.Haynes ahared this second floor with of these gentlemen, but fact
....g(rawer*to plow op their groves.la The Tdocrap printery. which occupied has been omitted: That Stan: .-
the rear end of the budding.In later yean entirety eefrommogoltoesandothohrsects.
spite ef the bright outlook of liar The a writer recalled that The Telegraph had Mr.Pierson says be has been at the
TI.r* ** bemoaned the fact that an old press that operated with such a"brag" Kentucky flare over a month and has
TStarfce.like other man Ole is inflicted every time turned over,that Dr. few insects of kind.
seen or no any
with berldR stirred r--.r..... Haynes would...to bait to the
bsttor.hoe as a tooth-pulling to avoid putting the wrong May S. IKS: TIle new bank building is
_then congregate every day arowsl tooth as the building shook on its foImdaIba. up oneand will soon be ready; for
: depot. about 30 minute before the fast muuey depa ts.
mails mare as thick as buzzards on aa old
Junel.l8S: Mr. .1.R. Pierson and lady
..horse to watch tbe route agent take
left for
Kansas on Tuesday. By the
surf off die mail crane while going at Social Items o f 1887
rata of 35 miles an hour. They are at A peanut popping was given at the homeof the bank business Is at an end.Thus oath
to obstruct sidewalks and
only : otherwise_ Miss Avy Starling of Brooker but Saturday the way of the world.
.. the of hal We
people i
--.... that a large number: of them night. AD popped then peanuts until a tote No explanation was given for the
...* already made application to the hour and were served candy. unceremonious"going..,"of Mr.Pier-
of County Commissioners for a Dewed Dukes and Marcus Dekle attend son and his lady.

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County Agent's Notebook b B.biy r..Taylor .

: Even though we have more grass for Mole crickets can also cause extensive widespread. This practice not only saves

grazing in our pastures now, we need to damage to pastures. They make burrowsor on insecticides, but aim prevents extensive
protect our grass from insects.This is tile tony tunnels In the soil This burrowing injury to the grass.

when outbreaks of armyworms: loosens the soil and the crickets disturb The only materials cleared for nee oa
caterpillars loopers and mole and cut grass roots causing grass to thin or pasture for mole crickets are Dylox or
are most damaging.Anuywoiim die out_pa-teq. maUtbion baits.Freab baits should be applied

are the immature stages of Infestation usually starts in small late hi the afternoon when there fa
grayish-brown sooths that can usuallbe Isolated areas. Frequent inspection of the evidence of mole cricket activity near theo
't flying late in the afternoon fa.pastuieaadlaasiasfsi pastor should be made BUM! soer-tnafri Vsurfaee of the soiL Baits should he appliedat
:Thftfrmalrelsythriirrggi meat started WIDf.aUaa f fCareless becomes. the race of W to M sounds par acre.
.. .. .. .. .
the lower leaves of grasses and the.. *Wu* ) *
begin to feed as soon as they batch.
are called armyworms because they
in large numbers from one area to.DOCher
( hi search of food. They tend to

h.fhsv'J grasses. that are well fertilized and Surplus Cheese DistributionSet

For successful control and to prevent ex for 2526The
...damage, treatment must be made August
tile worms. are small.

There are several materials that can be.pplied
to grasses that should control ar. Suwannee River Economic: Council, Inc. (Outreach Center: ) wiD
orma. Carbaryl (Serin) can be applied distribute surplus cheese at the Start RJE school gym only,on Thursday
to tile pasture without removal: of' and Friday.Aug.25.26.starting s:90 am.
Use between one and one-half to .
pounds of an SOX wettable powder hi Due to the cut In ojuantity of cheese received RJE win be the only distribution
water for sufficient coverage on point hi tithe county.Only KM 5-lb. bricks received hi shipment '
acre of pasture. same amount as distributed in June brut only half of bat had been recehred *

Materials like Lannate methoxycbolor up to that time.The distribution will be made on a"first come first served"
basis,as bag as the cheese lasts. _
parathion methyl parathion can also
used by a farmer with a private
There is New eligibility requirement for those receiving USDA surplus commodities
applicators permit a
of 7-13 days between were issued on[August 15.The revised eliClb tty criteria win continue to Include
materials and those now eligible for Food Stamps AFDC. Medicaid. SSL or current
of grazing org
these unemployed registration but will also allow eligibility to be determined a
baY signed aeIf-decUuationrf need based en became up to 13G percent 01
Even though they: don't come hi such tile Federal Poverty Income Level Guideline, adjusted for behol4 sine.

numbers, other grass caterpillars ...
an also be damaging These worms are shownin bIgber the foUowiDl.wi..a table: M' mow allowed for r.oelving commodities are
more slender than armyworms.
they move on a looping manner by
Family lire Per Month
their bodies. Their' color varies raally Size Per MaMIa
cream to blue-grey to brown, black 1.- t5Z7 S pers.se $1,437. .
.Large black and white Z.- 111 T persons oils .;"
when the body,of Uw.Jary.. is fully; 3 pens sat a persona. tun .'?''" .*?. ., ",
:r 4 perswe I.. J 5....-. I..
a persona 1.2U 1'1,1..
Control of these worms to the same as ar

Again treatment should betarted (Each.." .......-.till peer month)
early when the worms are small o'f
before a lot of damage to done.

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in County Crime Watch Program
Forestry To Be Topic at KLPOA

.Covered Dish Supper

;t By Davy W.Nero.. Clay County Sheriff Jennings Murrhee
,I', .: Bradford pseaty Ferester will discuss the Neighborhood\ Crime
WatclllJl"CllP'ADa at tile K.iapIII'J Lab Civic
Foresters !riO tell you that the root or unskilled workers may Inflict ,.Ceatel" Frida", A\Co.. at a p.m.
of a tree whet it* most fatal damage to the tree by compaction ; "
part, construc of soil in the root field, making it hn- Preceding the m. members and
takes place nearby. Out of sight yet possible for the root hairs to pick up oxygen IUeetI at .POAhave a covered dish
underfoot,the essential roots of the and water for the tree. Or damage supper.t t cat A fellowship lawn..m be '

almost always aw found within two or maybe caused by chemical or oil spills. held tram 1 pm. .
feet of tbe(round surface. under the tree, or by burying the roots too --
hi the laying of -
deeply levelling ,
Tbe really, vulnerable roots are not concrete slabs yard clearing. THI wCOUNTY
-'> I ceabk They are the root hairs that ab-
..teI".p and many other Indentscoistructo of TYL@ORAPMPubtsb.d
the mineral water and oxygen that
can inflict major damage to
every Thursday
necessary for the tree to grow vigorous' the tree's roots.
Ther spread out wide as the limbs, or at las W. Call street
,They! are found wherever. the most So tile mere fact that the tree to left by' Strk.. riorMa S3O 1
for the tree..located, and thli the builder doesn't always mean the home
Is within Indies of tile tap of the buyer will ever relax to the shade. Even If Second Class postage paid at
H i and sometimes above the ground in the treelUl'Yi.clamaceelroob sooncause
: { leaImold, a dhnhack! from tips at spreading FlonldoSubscription
limbs inward the shrinks to
I a* treetop
should realize that the Rates
Tbe homeowner :
I balance the damaged root system.:
tree growing' in a '
roots of a grass tn-trada area $10.00 year
Division of has written .. per
are under constant: competition with The Forestry a '
fc*n b lend.For an effee pamphlet detailing some ways a tin' month
fertilizers ptace the ferUHaer homeowner,or a bulkier may save trees : -1- :
r. Outside'cntQ" 1 ;
I y 'r ,, per
j a bole) deeper than the grass roots.The aJ'GIIIDd.truetlGa I sites or leave aatbvepound year
l doused on the grass fort or cover undisturbed. For a free copy,I : $&00 six' :months:
may be a fatal drink for the tree,so contact m,office at tM-4380,ext.Sis.and
caution. Foresters Identify damage r the Tree Protection Pamphlet. .-
construction..mealtlleeom- advice oa tree protection to Just ," .
and deadI,dIPI"to the well-being of' that protect trees from Injuries and they lf a man could..have half
I. t [ tree., This wuay to due to the will a lifetime of shade and bandy lib ..... he would double
provide .
his trouble. .
; "" pew Franklin
o-. .1': ; : erabiII.t1 of the feeder!root system. for 7 _

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August IS. IM.1 TELEGRAPH Paso 5A,

I Sheila Fayson.'and Dwayne Cummings I

Marry Aug. 6 in Phila. Baptist Social Side Of The News!

Sheila Fayson daughter of Ernest
? The
Fa'son and the late Berdle Faysonof neckline gown and Gladys Moony Society Editor 964-7608

Lawtey, and Dwayne CUmmings, son Des on the
of IsaaC! CUmmings, Sr of Starke, bodice '
were united In marriage Aug. 6, at flowers and seed
6:30: p.m.. in Philadelphia' Baptist mothers white '
Church In Lawtey with Rev. Herman white hat ,
Johnson, performing the nuptials. lace and seed ;I
Highlighting the altar were heart-, l i t q"4" L r waist length Flythe and Robert Booth .,. ,,, }
shaped candelabra on either side with cascade bouquet : .
two spiral candelabra flanked by and miniature :" '/ .
ficus trees. Two large vases of blue baby's breath. ( "
and white carnations and mums com- % '
pleted the setting. The pews were Aug. 6 in Gainesville ,:
decorated with blue and white.bells u A reception -
and ribbons. Woman's Club Houston, Texas and Robert'Booth.
.Presenting a program ot.nuJtlaI with basket of A. Flythe and Robert J. neckline with 13 pearl buttons and a Melrose, was attended by Bruce
music were Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph ,daisies and were united in marriage Satur- long flowing train of net and lace.The Nelson and John Flythe, the bride's
and Rennie Lennon, pianists covered with Aug. 6, In Parkview, Baptist bride carried a bouquet of pink and brother.
and Ms. Kathy Diggs, Mrs. Evette tablecloths. The Gainesville. Officiating was white carnations with baby s breath The bride graduated from VoTechin
Scott. and Steve Marshall, soloists. various antique James Love of Starke. and long trailing Ivy. Starke. '
Rowland Cummings was best man. Mrs. Patricia bride, daughter of Janet E. Her attendants were Mrs. Lisa The bridegroom graduated from
Ushers were Deverne Aaron, bead .' '. The bride's of Starke, and John Flythe Nelson and Cathy Peterson. The Keystone Heights High School.
usher, Christopher Cummings, junior "?..,., a lace cloth Augusta, Ga., wore a satin and bridesmaids carried nosegays of pink After a wedding trip to Daytona
usher, Alvin Fayson, Marvin Tyson d' ) centered with a gown with long sleeves,with six and white carnations.The Beach, the couple will be living In
and Jerry Cummings.-Ernest Fayson. \ '" top of a buttons, net and lace high bridegroom,son of Judy Bauer, Gainesville.
III, nephew of the bride,.was ring- Veronica

bearer.. Mrs. Sharon Aaron was matron of \\if..;'," ,\>;"1,., I:,'"j' 1 gold The fountain.punch
honor and Judy Bright was maid of r \ 0" 1. Margaret ;
.t,' .. ,'. of Social Interest I
honor. They wore light blue slipper ,." fountain was
satin f-the-shoulder gowns accented: .i't. Ms. Shirley
with ruffles and flounces. They wore ." .', the wedding, dinner party Friday night at their )
baby's breath In their hair and car- ," door and Mrs. of Summer Dance The Joseph Rlddleks home on Middleburg road for Sheila I
ried nosegays of daisies, baby's # ,: "" .;' the bride's book. Teenagers :Tonight Host Rehearsal Dinner Fayson and. fiance Dwayne Cummt
breath and white and blue miniature 'i- .' 1Mr. 1\ charge of the ings following the couple's wedding

carnations.. h,< e the music at the End-of-Summer dance, spon- On Friday night, Aug. 19, Mr. and rehearsal.
Attendants were Mrs. Joyce : Mangol of the by the First United Methodist Mrs. Joseph Riddick of Hamptonwere The guests included the immediate
Fayson, Miss Latonya Johnson and, Following a will be held Thursday night, hosts at a rehearsal dinner for families, friends and the wedding par- I
Miss Denise Dell. Miss Gia Griggswas Florida the 25, at the Starke Golf and Coun- their son Daniel Lee Riddick and ty.
junior attendant. They were attired Madison Street. Sheryl Lynn Thompson who were
identical to the honor attendantsand The bride Carver,disc jockey,will pro- married Aug. 20. Woman's Club
carried nosegays of carnations, graduates of music for dancing for fifth to
The dinner was held at the Western
greenery and baby's breath. The bride graders from 7 to 9:30 p.m.and Steer Steak House. Exec. Board to M..t .

Flower girls were Misti Golden, Junior College graders and up from 9:30: to The dinner table was covered with a The executive board of the StarkeWoman's
niece of the bride, and' Tanisha ding the There will be door prizes, white lace cloth and centered with a Club will meet Wednesday,
Moore niece of the groom snacks and soft drinks at 25 cents
groom. bouquet of red and white carnations. Western Steer
Sept. 7, at 12 noon
The bride,given In marriage by her stitute of r'I. White mint cups were decorated with Steak House.
father, wore a traditional gown of .and Mrs.Dwayne Cummings presently at $2 each are available at red ribbons.
white silk,trimmed in appliqued. lace.Engagements' Correctional} church office.Proceeds Among honored guests joining the
go to the Florida First United bridal couple and attendants were the leARn l lTD
a Church Children's Home. grandparents of the groom, Mr. and ... I
Mrs. Raymond Baxter of Hawthorne,
Luncheon and Rev. Don Scheetz of Starke, officiating
minister. l ABAA4ro
Woman's Club Out-of-town guests attending were

Janet Klrnberley:' ,. .., Sapt. 8 from Gainesville, Lake City, Tampa,
Y Yt Miami and Texas.
Barry Moor, 4 Starke Woman's Club is giving The honored couple presented gifts
To W.d Saturday Thursday, Sept. 8, from as a memento of the occasion to their
to 1:30: p.m. at the club house, wedding attendants. Tap
.Janet Kimberley and Barry Moore to the public. Proceeding the dinner the wedding
invite their families and friends to at- will be, chicken casserole, rehearsal was held at the Hampton F
tend their, wedding this Saturday, dessert and drink for $3 Lakeside home of the couple. l Ballet
'Aug. 27, tax Included. Take-out orders (
The ceremony will be held at ft p.m. be available. ti : ,
at the home of.the bride. Parties ForFaysonCummings

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Honor.. Miss Sheila Fayson, Aug. 6 bride-
elect of Dwayne Cummings, was
P me a'Tucker. honored at a cookout on July 29 given Classes Resume Sept. 6
Robert Green
j i .Stven dmondaTo ; birthday luncheon was Satur-, by Dell Miss and Freida Miss Latonya Holmes Johnson Ms. Denise at the Ages 4 & Up

W ,, Lp.b i \ Aug. 20 at ,China Restaurant .
d'Aug.,27 'OJ" '''' home of the latter on Keller street.. : Register Wednesday & Thursday.
H ., _, : ytoer'daughter.'Mr., Eddie'M'.\ M
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Mr. and Mrs. Nell Tucker and Mr. ;and granddaughter Gayle. given a silk wedding bell corsage.
'and Mrs. William Edmonds requestthe : family members and After dinner was served Sheila open- 4:00: p.m. 5:30 p.m.
9. 9 Stephanie Rimes honor of your presence at the marriage enjoyed the happy occasion. ed her gifts. Call 964-6792
i Dr.Benjamin Franklin of their children Pamela Kay .Green was given a rose cor As a memento of the occasion, the
i and Steven Stanley, on Aug. 27, at 7 Robin Tatum and the table centerpiece of hostesses gave the honoree a blender. after 5 964-7098
p.mat the First Baptist Church with flowers as a memento of the oc Dorothy Salazar
t Stophanl RolnsM, a reception,Immediately following at Don Davis The Fayson family entertained at a
:Dr. Bs>nomln| Franklin, the Starke Woman's Club Plan S.pt. I
I No local invitations are being sent.
.Engag.ms>nt Told An friends and relatives are invited to Mr. and Mrs. Party and Cookout
Lawtey, for Teenagers
"1! Mr. and Mrs. John W. Raines of In- and
Jdianapolis Ind. announce the engagement daughter
Odom, Christina Gill and '
of their daughter, Miss Gene Davis of Iby B3
Stephanie E. Raines of Lake Dr. Mary D., Henry A garden Winkler er cookout gave a last pool Wednesday party and l c -7 1 1

,":I Benjamin Franklin of son Jimmy L.. Pool Saturday, Sept. ,' Aug. 17, at the home of /
of Mr.and.Mrs. Robert H.Franklin ofLawteq. To Wed Friday home of the cla's grandparents,Mr.and Mrs.
., reception Brown on Raiford Road.
.* The bride-elect graduated from In- All friends
diana University, Bloomington, Ind. Mary D. Henry, daughter of Mr. to attend. ,28 dancing teenage on the guests patio to enjoyed stereo
and Is employed by Maas Brothers as and Mrs. Elbert Thornton of Raiford and refreshments during the America' first circulating library was
an Area Sales Manager ,and Jimmy Lee Poole,son of Mr.and established In Philadelphia In 1731.
f Dr. Franklin graduated from Mrs., Bob Williamson of Waycross,' evening.
Meharry Medical College Nashville Ga., will be united in marriage Fri-
w Tenn. and Is in the practice of generalmedicine day night. Aug. 26, at 8 p.m. at the II..
and general surgery and is home of the bride's parents In Raiford
associated with Dr,.,W.O. Blake and ins garden wedding with.a reception ATKINSON'SHome
,I Dr. Mark Ivey, III. following. ,
The wedding IS I planned for. Sept. 3, All friends and relatives are Invited Health Care
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", .''i .. ,""tt' The Magic Needle Presentedhits, Needlepoint Pfctarcs-MuUliUlch. : Gainesville; Hon. Meet, Mrm. Margie Uullut first place Mrs. Belle Jef
'! '$ '\ .& i'*:'' Ninth Annual Needlework Show Aug. first place Miss Cheryl Godwin, Kitand.Crocbeti. fords High Springs; second place.
"' .placeMrs. Mary Mrs.
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Gainesville. Fagan; second place. Mrs. Paula Honorable Mention also went to Mrs.
: : : Over to entries
1<- ;: :'a'iiw; ; : ; : : : : : : : : : : : .: :. : : : : ing the chow and were over displayed 200 visitor dur to Carter, both of Gainesville; third Effie Lee. Her quilt was a beautiful
S the how voted for their favorite Needlepoint picture: first place, place, Mrs. Grace Harris; AlachuaCrca /*' applique. Mrs. EfHe. Lee is also 93
,'t jn : piece. Mrs. Dorothy Adkins of AI Kay Carltel> ; second place, Mrs. t Apparel first place M.,.. years YOWll.Honorable.
Peggy Godwin, both of Starke.
Gainesville and Cheryl Godwin of Iveyi second place Mrs. Mention Mrs. Myrtle
l. Starke tied In votes for the Honorable MentionKaren Lavada Pnwcot3both'af Law ey;.-U Ivey of Lawtey for a Tatting set; and
., Sweepstakes prize. ",' Strosnider, Gainesville. Creehd.rUet first place Mr*. Mrs. Mary Pagan, Gainesville, for
Needlepoint Picture Petit Point ; second place, Needlepoint Chair.Sweepstakes .
1 Mrs. Adkins entered a Nt o(needlepoint first place; Mrs. Betty Kerr, Palatka.J Mrs. Lavad Prescott, Lawtey. winners received
; 4r ,J'la incite, done In Pearl /3 cotton. .E. Spainhower, Gainesville, second Creche. Tahlecloilifir: place, rosette ribbons and $3: } gift certlflcstes. -
a The set consisted of a. picture and place. Mrs Lavada Prescott, Lawtey; second '- .' :
: matching pillow. Cress Butch Pictures first place place Mrs. Gertrude Soldier,. First Place Winners: Blue ribbon. ;
: Miss Godwin' entry was a needle Mrs. Beth Stith, Salt Springs; second Keystone Heights. ,$5 gift certificate. :
\ point picture consisting of open canvas place, Mrs. Carol Koolstra, CV.w.flnt place Mrs. Brenda Second Place Winners: Red 'rib I
\ r' work, ,and was a mixture of Gainesville; third place. Mrs Peggy McG Iy-. Gainesville. second place, bons, $3 gift certificate. .
..... needlepoint bargello and embroidery Anderson, Gainesville; Honorable Mrs. !Mildred Roberta, Lake Geneva. Third Place Winners White ribbon I
\ \. stitches. Mention: Mrs. Beth Stith Salt Springs KatUtaMt. first placet Mrs. Mary $I gift certificate.
.\ 'II. '\ J Categories and winners were: Mrs. Peggy Anderson <42) and Fagan, G in avi"&; second place Honorable Mention Winner: Yellow. I
\ \. ,.,. . ; Needlepoint Pillows: first place, Mrs. Karen Stockner, both of Mr. Judy Brow Starke: third ribbon, Si gift certificate.
Mrs. Karen Strosnider, Gainesville; Gainesville. ptovev Mrs. Alic* Green, Waldo, Door prizes were won by .Mrs
second place Mrs. Marjorie Carlisle Cress Stitch: Croups. fMreMwrow In A Tie.... of Starke; third place J.E. >i.al-first place. Mrs Margie/ Marguerite Hall Stark; second Mrs. Chris Bessent and Mrs. Kitty
Mrs. Dorothy Adkins. left, and Cheryl Godwin tied In voles for the Spainhower. Gainesville; and) fourth Eiland, Keystone Heights; second plaaw. Mr. Jackie OeKlke.Keystone, Chlsm ($S gift certificates) and Mist)
Sweepstakes priie at the Ninth Annual Magic Needle Skew held this past place, Mrs. Susie Stockner, place, Mrs. Millie Haynes. Starts; F1Ma third ntace,, ..... Leah Sandy Harris (S3 gift certificate).
weekend. Gainesville. third place, Mrs. Peggy Aeshesos.Mr. hlatk .


People You Know ,.. ,
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers and Mrs. Mary Graham of CMefland and Mrs. 'Amos Sanford of
r. daughter, Alison of Fort Lauderdaleand was Monday to Wednesday guest of Tavares were weekend guests of Mr. bay. DeWMl and Alescla Odom Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned Sun
returned to their home In Port day after four'weeks visit,with her
Mrs. R.G. Paterson of Starke are Mrs. J.G. Jackson.Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early. .
in Elizabethton, Tenn. Tuesday to Richey after visiting their grand- daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs..
Sunday visiting relatives and where and Mrs. Jack Miller of Mrs. Frank Mitchell spent the week parents Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Brown C.M. Patrick In West Florida.. '
Alison entered Milligan College.Rev. Jacksonville were Tuesday guest of of Aug. 8 visiting relatives la Thomson and Kerry Atasoa was here the past two weeks
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and took and Stone Mountain\ Ga.. Last spent the tummer.Mr Thomas' O'Brian entered St. Vince
and Mrs. Warren Langer and their son, Scott borne after two weeks Thursday to Sunday Mr. and Mrs. and t Hospital on Sunday for. surgery'
children were camping on the East with the Millers. Mitchell were in Tampa visiting Mr. Robert Barksdale of Tuesday
Humbolt. Term and .
and West coasts of Florida Aug. 8-14. Mr. ana Mrs.J.H. Moncrief and Mr. Charles Coty and family. James O'Brien and Mrs.Mr.Lee and Sparksof Mrs. 4 Mrs.'Patsy Wester and son Jason'
were In Starke of Tallahassee the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler visited Indiatlantic last Wednesday to SUn- Mr. and Mrs.Carlton ChasUln,Mr. the wedding 01 a spent John .
with Griffin.HooossNARDWARI
cousin Martha Ellen week Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Spengler and day visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.W. and Mrs. Tommy Chastain and family : Newson Williams, to Andy -
in New
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bettes in St. Underbill. and Mr. and,Mrs. Jerry Williams Port Richey on
last week at Crescent Beach. Saturda,. The Barksdales were here
Augustine on Saturday. spent Pena by Stark Paint Center
visiting from Thursday to Sunday.
Jennifer and Stefan Wheeler are On MadlM*It..Nsu s3
Mr and Mrs. Bill Hindle and spending the week with their aunt and Mrs. Lex Green and Lex Sanders of
children of Tallahassee and Michael uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Al Gordon and Starke and Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green
Fernton Mlmhew Whiffen of Gainesville spent the family in Jacksonville, before school and family of Tallahassee returned Color Photos'Not AcceptableColor
weekend with their parent, Dr. and begins. Sunday after two weeks trip to Nova
B-U Board of RealtorsTo Mrs. D.W. Whiffen. Scotia. Enroute they visited Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons of Mrs. Jim Vigllone in Watkins Glen on
Hold Reception Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams and New Orleans were vacationing at the Lake Seneca, N.Y. photographs will no of consistent quality. Some.
children, Suzanne and Mark of Savannah Jim Womack cottage at Kingsley longer be> accepted by the Te/e-/ times color photographs; come
Janet M. Starling, president of the Ga are spending this week with Lake the past two weeks. HOOGUHARDWARI "r"1 graph for use In the newsau'. acceptably when". ; .-
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors, his mother, Mrs. Mack Williams. Park.ky Stark Point' C rtwOn : '. .. '
announces that Fermon Minshew of John Williams and son, John, Jr. of Mr. and Mrs.Dan Griff of Orlando Madlion. ...*M-01I2 paper.. photographwd and'acr.ened,
Pensacola, 1982 President-elect of the Titusville joined the family on Tues- were Saturday and Sunday guests of Henceforth, please_submit a .' o$ Is necessary to reproduce
Florida Association of Realtors day and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grlffla at Kin- Mrs. Arlin has returned black and white! photograph them In the newspaper, But
(F.A.R.wUl be the honored guest at sgley Lake. They were Joined Sunday McKnight! ,
after three weeks with articles more often
with her they
daughterand ,come out
a reception by the Bradford-Union HODGES HARDWARE by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott and Mr '
Counties Board of Realtors on Thursday for .by Start Paint Center and Mrs. Carl Scott of Jacksonville. Amherst family Col.N.H.and Mrs. Don KoretzIn ,, engagements and. .wedding angrey'. or completely black., "
Sept. 1, at 4 p.m. at the office of On Madlcon' St..ttt-Sttl nouncements.Jthis :This policy Is to improve thequality
Terwillegar Realty. SSgt.Joe C. Ricks and friend,Linda policy> It necessary of the newspaper we

Realtors The Florida, the state's Association largest trade of Eric Mrs.and Burge Erin,Searing and her and mother children, Mrs., Delete of night North guests Carolina of Mr.wereThursday and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barnhart and because* the> Telegraph/ I Is bring to you and) cooperation of

association, represents more than Colin Nichols of Cbattahoochee, were Mrs. Fred Wheeler. Jr., before family of Hartwell Ga. spent unable "to reproduce color our readers Jn this matter will
62,000 individuals in all phases of the Monday and Tuesday guests of Mrs. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday to Sunday with her photograph with any degree be greatly appreciated. -
Mr. and Mrs. :
real estate Industry. E.B. Searing. Dyal Baldree at Lake Geneva on Fri. parents, A.G.Loudon. .. The Editor
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Mr.- and Mrs. Raymond DeVoe of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey add
M > Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny son of Tampa were weekend visitors
'', Bassett and children of Lake City of her parents, Mr. and Mesa*W.S.'s:' To' r,'' i .+I ..I1i41 IavM. uw ,. ...... .. uL.r94'w
t hays-returned from a two weeks visit ii* .. .. -, '-' -."- ____
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Jersey and South Carolina.Mr. Ill

and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby
and Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Andrews
returned Sunday from a 13-day yr
Robert MacLean Kroll Southern Farm Group tour of
Belgium, France, Switzerland, Ger-
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kroll of Starke many and Holland.Mr. .
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announce the birth of a son, Robert
MacLean. born Aug. 23 in Alachua and Mrs. Don Britton and son, I

General Hospital, Gainesville. Michael of Jonesboro, Ga. visited .... :
Mrs. Otis Geiger over the weekend. ...,
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,Richard Keith Warren '*
Mrs. Hazel Guy of Gainesville Is I XW&S-ii.W.tfi\i: : \ :

Cheryl Lynn Warren announces the spending this week at the Adkins ., ;;I''
birth of a son, Richard Keith* born home on Kingsley Lake. .' .V ,. y.Mr. 1

Aug. 12 In the Navy Regional Hospital S=* Gatin:8svfl: >!e, FL 32601BB
Center, Jacksonville. He Joins a Mr.and Mrs. Tom Casey were camping
sister, Avrora LeDawn. at Anastasia over the weekend.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and I
Mrs. Jackson S. Warren of Starke. Mrs.'Marcia Welch and children of ft Mrs. David Hodges BiiBB| iBBBfllBViBBMnWe weaaB iiMiMi *iBVeViliiaBM
Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Savannah, Ga. spent last Tuesday to is coming to Starke for
a Special Promotion!
Richard Warren of Jacksonville. Thursday with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs O.L. Haynes, Jr. OUESTON:

Gregory Kyle Silva How do I know/ am properly for

Hannah / covered with

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hannah, Jr. of Hath Sheri Sapp automobile Insurance'

Starke, announce the birth of a son, OUbrat 8th Birthday policy? 2 DAYS ONLY:
Gregory Kyle Silva Hannah, born ; -
Aug. 16 in Baptist Medical Center. He daughter of Mr. and :
joins a sister, Kellie, age S. Mrs. Charles Sapp, Jr. of Lawtey ANSWER: .
Maternal grandparents are Manuel celebrated her eighth birthday Satur- That Is ,very easy to August 26 & August '27
Silva and Mrs. William Doe of day, Aug.20,with her Pine Level Bap- : I
.Jacksonville. Paternal grandparents tist Church Sunday school department answer, Rely on our profes-r s : Our Entire' Summer .Clearance Line : v-:? I Ii
pare Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hannah, Sr. class. sionalism and service we 7...
of Starke and great grandparents are went skating In Gainesville, can review your needs and < : Whit : .
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hannah of play games, skated and listened to then recommend the Insurance .' r\' ., cc At ..
Jacksonville. music. On their return to the church t : ." .
they were all served birthday cake, policy which Is the '
and punch.Heather's. best coverage for you.Don' : '
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cake decorated In
Did :You Know........... the Cinderella fashion was with a coach, gamble, we will be _: ofStarke _
horses and horsemen on top of the most happy to assist you '
Friends of Mrs. Claire St. Peter of cake, centered In a bed of flowers. will review your 144r1
Gainesville, former Starke resident, Heather and her friends had a -"e present Hammond Organ Studio's *.
will regret to hear she died on Mon- wonderful time thanks to her Sunday policy at no cost or ,

day after an extended illness. Her school teacher: Mrs. Marie Thornton, obligation.! Call us)today.HDDGES ., ,( ,I ANNOUNCES.
cousin, Gladys Mooty, attended the and all her little helpers. '
funeral on Thursday.


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Interested I'WlllenllhouJd be pnIpaI'IJI8 for the Fifth Annual Starke Fun J ;;
Run coming up September 10. na1 y the run was set for August n, but
was changed became of the Jacksonville Beach Run on that date.
This year the run will coincide with Community AJllJnCiatioft Day,apoDMnC1 -
by the Community State Bank.It wail include hot air ,country sasr
,band. and free hot clop and eoIuII >>a.lII. to
TbeCOllllM wiU be In the Edwards Road area w&be circular year.
01 iIIIId the I'UIIMI'I.01 out aDd back which was tried last year and was opposed' oyy many ,

Some ISO' runner are expected In the run sanctioned by the Bradford .
Association for Retarded CIUzena. Race time will iilSi. 'I, '
There! will be races one for 6.3 mile and a one mile run.Both race will be Reaching Out....
Mined by age group for both mm and women.
Applications are available locally through race coordinator Bin. Read BUS gridders endured the heat last week during the against Macclenny Friday September *. at 8 p.m.. The A
Griffith' and at the Telegraph, Community State Bank,and Sunshine Acre. first week of fall practice. Shown here,the backfield U game wlU be played at Bradford High Stadium
and Bret and Jerry.. working oa the pltchout. Bradford's first game will be
overauttmphies be awarded to first place winners various age groups and
will go to the top male and female finishers In both race
Pre registration fee Is $4.50 and will be$S th day of the race.

New Season Brings New Faces For BHS '

Locals to in Jax Beach Run.
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Members of the Bradford Roadrunners dub will be running the Jacksonville Football season is right around the nado opponents by Coach Hurse, a Last season the Tigers were winless backfield
Beach Run Saturday August 27. corner and Bradford High's varsity veteran of 21 seasons at files arer and only scored 12 points throughoutthe 'They have two real fine runn-
Locals that will be running In the event are Linda Dewitt Carol RusselL gridders face an almost completely season. ingbacks and we expect them to be a
Tommy Mann Michelle Kimutis Karen Klmutis, Allison Denmark: ices different schedule. Keystone Heights: fine team."
Sapp. Christy Harrell..Henry Cooper, Tom Moon, Eddie Tennant Larry The Indians' strong point will probably Green Cove:
Green and Buddy Revels. This season BUS was dropped to He In an experienced backfield. Green Cove like: Macclenny, Is one Mlddleburg:
The Beach Run Is five miles and will Hart at I:SO p.m.Dear the"Lifeguard .Class 2A, creating a different "They have a lot of starters from last of the oldest rivals of BHS. "We usedto final game should be one of the
Headquarters. schedule line-up for the Tornadoes.One season returning this season,".says have some real fine games," com- roughest( for the Tornadoes.
Most of these runners will also be participating the Starke run Run of the Class 3A teams on the Hurse. mented Hurse. Class 3A Mlddleburg Is one of the
Sept. 10.Cross. new schedule is old rival St. "They will be a solid club and they most physical teams In the area. "It
Augustine High. Two other 3A teams Jasper: usually have pretty good speed." will definitely be one the toughest
the Tornadoes play Is Middleburg The Trojans will be one of the biggest games physically, of the season,"
High\ and newcomer Lake Weir High. clubs the Tornadoes will face. commented Hurse.

Country Underway.... First competition for the Tornadoes 'And they have natural ability" according Interl chen:

Bradford High cross country runner have been working out twice: a day will be in two weeks at the Fall Foot- to Hurse. BHS beat Interlachen-last spring
.since Monday August IS. ball Jamboree in Palatka Friday In a Jamboree In Palatka.: 7 Teams Dropped:
Crop country and track Coach George Los*' said that the runners have night, Sept. 2. "Even though we beat them last When BHS was reclassified from
been working hard even with the high BHS will take on St. Augustine in :'"' St. Augustine: spring they have good speed and a lot Class SA to Class 2A the schools the ,
I Because of tile beat the team has one seat 1 a.m.1Dd the other In the the first period, then Palatka in the The Yellow Jackets and Tornadoesare of experience. It" will be one of the same class and same district changed .
evening at 7:30. fourth period. Interlachen and old time rivals and will be the first toughest games, predicts Hurse.
First competition for BHS will be Saturday. Sept. 10 at Bishop Kinney in Palatka will meet In the second 3A team for BHS to face. "They Lake Weir The reclassification forced BHS to
the Greater and Interlachenplay should be one of the beat teams we :
Jacksonville: Invitational. period, St. Augustine drop six rivals- Gainesville High,
hi the third period. 'will face," says Hurse. This will be the first season that Eastside, Buccbolz Palatka: North
/Gator First regular season game for the The Yellow Jackets have 10 returning BHS has faced 3A Lake Weir so not Marion,Live. Oak,and Class 2A Santa
.y Boosters Urge Fans to Join.... Tornadoes is Sept. 9, against Mac- Juniors to play on the team."They ,much is known about the team. Fe.,
Benny set for 8 p.m. at Bradford will probably be the fastest that "We do know that they have a solid Santa Fe was reclassified as a 2A
Any University of Florida Gator football fan can Join the"Starke Gator Stadium. they've been In 10 years." coaching staff and we expect them to school this year but Is In a different
Quarterback Club" at the next meeting Thursday Sept. 1. According to Head Tornado David be Improved over the last two or three district than Bradford High.
The club will meet every to Gator games on Saturday.The 1 will probably, be Lake Butler; years." Having trouble with the rearranged
meeting will be at the ThEM hall on Edwards Road across from the quickest team BUS plays this Hurse says Lake Butler is still schedule this spring Coach Hurse
the National Guard at 7:90 p.m.. year. "And they are probably one of strugq1i ng..., "like we are. Just how Hawthorne: had to scramble to find a 10th opponent
Some type of Gator representation will' attend each of the meetings. Food the best teams we will play." much they have Improved since last One of the strong points for the but finally got together with
will not be served at every meeting. Preseason comments on 1983 Tor- year, I don't know. Hornets will be an experienced Lake Weir.
Coat to Join the club to $3S.

@ }.Club Members to Have Reserved Parking...

Reserved parking will be one of the benefit this football season for the
Bradford Quarterback Club members. f ,.
The dub will dita i'M l !i $ !..
attthtt J.1 e fir'
; heir Nadnv lprtt kr n'n'un'cinig'
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Allparon bndtkY t thnM are IuiSted'b join' the club.Parking -
will be discussed the next meeting. < (
For further information contact at M44050, Michelle
Parker at M447M or Coach Nurse at 9MW70.Brown .

The 5th Annual

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." 1.'., Starke :Saturday, Sept. 10 1983


: VARSITY FOOTBALL 1903 '. Trophies to all age groups-first place winners. .

.' a i GAMB TIMI aOO P.M. Trophies to first place male and female winner over all in both races.
.: : ', ., Second and third place prizes to all age groups.

Aace 1\I'' e" Trophy to oldest and youngest runner.
Home '
September 9 MACaiNNYKIYSTONI 'n the Bradford Association for Retarded Citizens '
3.30 a.W All proceeds to benefit _
September 1* Away Sponsored annually by.the Bradford County Telegraph and the Community State Bank
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September 30 OPEN. .. ;," .'" Bring the family:, COMMUNITY-APPRECIATION DAY follows race with hot air balloon rides

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page i.. TELEGRAPH August 25 1983

I Tornadoes Standing ;Heat Go'ming I; ; Along: I'', Lawtey Cubs, Will Two Gomes I I

Two wins last weekend boosted the 1:30: p.m.and the championship game.
Lawtey Cuba baseball team to a 25-11
"The first week has gone fairly first games," says Hurse. sive line in an interviews; ', A lack, of aggression seems to con- record. will be at 3:30 pm..
weD generalized Head Bradford The varsity had dressed out In pads "We have no exceptional: linemen cern Simpkins. "Other than a few ad- The wins were over Brooker 10-8 Last weekend against Brookerleading
High football Coach David Hune of only once S' "" interview> > with yet, but I wasn't here In the spring so justments, the rest of practices are and the Jacksonville Colts, 17-9. hitters for the Cubs were J.
the beginning of fall practice Monday. Hurse and be said you can't do much it's hard to say," says Simpkins. going to be aimed at Increasing the This coming weekend, August 27-28 McNeal 2-for-4 J. Johnson 2-for-4, J.
The first week of practice coincided without the pads." we will be Slmpklna did say that he expected aggression< and working as a unit" the Cubs will host the 7th Annual Invitational Williams 3-for-4, C. Johnson and W.
with one of the hottest weeks of the able to see what's going on." 260 pounder Donald Thornton and 65 An offensive lineman Is an unsung tournament at the Lawtey Johnson 2forand W Brown and A
summer with temperatures reaching Tommy Johnson to be the leaders on hero. They have' to do the job, Just recreational center.Participants Timmons l-for-2.
to 100 degrees. The two daily practice New Offensive Line the line. Thornton will be playing at because the job needs to be done" In the tournament will Against the Colts Ben Strong highlighted -
sessions are being held early In the Coach on BUS Staff strong tackle and Johnson at center. says Simpkins. "We are looking for be the Reddick Rookies Hawthorne the 17-9 win with a gradslam
morning and later in the afternoon.! Ezra SimpkIns of West Virginia has Both /guard positions are still open, some field people with aggression, to "go Angels, Archer Middleburg, homerun along with a double and
Monday, August 29 school begins and been put on the BHS coaching staff. according to Simpkins. Players up for down and knock people down. Jacksonville Colts, Jacksonville single.
practice will be after school.. David Tew, of Virginia has also been the positions aro Wayne Cribbs. Sam "They are aU working hard and Hawks, Jacksonville Majors and the Other leading hitters In that game
The Tornado squad Is suffering put on the staff. Tyson, Craig Falstraux, Robbie they seem to have retained the Cubs. were McNeal 3-for-t with a triple,
from normal first week pulled groins Simpklns is in charge of the varsity Boone, and possibly Billy Rehburg. knowledge" and experience from the The first competition for the Cubs In double and single, including six
and muscles and other injuries. offensive line and Tew will assist Jim- Another possibility of filing the spring, said Simpkins.blasters"We justhaven't the single elemination tournamentwill RBI's, J. Johnson S-for-4 with a double -
Wayne Cribbs has been sidelined my Prevatt with the junior varsity. 'guard position is back-up center Tommy found any but" it'l be Saturday afternoon at 4:30: J. Williams 3-for-4, W. Johnson
since fall when he Incurred a knee In- Simpkins commented on the often- Parker. early In the year and It Is hot. against the Jacksonville Majors. Winner 3-for-4 with a triple, and C. Johnson
Fall to be ready for of that game will l play Sunday at 2-for-S.
Jamboree m oltilkn. S:<.ont.OJ .
Oliver Tyson also has a knee injury;
after the first week of practice. "But
for the most part, we are about to .. "f' ", I' round into shape," commented AMERICAS '

Three more players, Eric Lane
Tommy and Brad Russell
have been slow by pulled muscles.
Those three are expected to be ready
week.for full practice sessions by next OU n

Two players have already dropped
from the team and a few more are ex-
pected to leave the team In the next
couple of weeks, according to Hurse.
Parents night for the squad is Friday
August 26 at the ,BHS gym- -
nasium. All the players will be In- ,ECK Q\'caupON"\' r ECI( RD cou o i -
troduced and Hune will talk to the
parents. Following that the team will I I I 'II '-
play in a short controlled scrimage. ''- H. .-
The Coaching staff has been II = =
devoting most of the practice time to I I : if
the defense to make up for the lack of
experience. "We have had some e
noticable improvements, but there is -
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on the Tournament Players I r129 M _Lla. 1'4-OZ, -..ar I I 1I
Series last spring. Compare to Tylenol. 1 II 8 gc .I-IIZ.eu..awe an" .. II. II nal 5 I I Umlt 1 peck II

I Coupon Good Thru Sal Aug 27 I L Coupon Good Thru Sal Aug. 87, I I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug. a7 I I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug. 27 | I Coupon Good Thru" Sal Aug. neCKrJUO I
-rrrrrrrrrrrr rrrreerrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrr.lal rrrrrrrrrrr -----------

FishingTournaments COUPON ICl

I SKIN ALOE VERA CREME 13cc:: = I I SHOES t: "- DAILY IRON 1aaer 1 I : *SPORT*. /7e SOCKS M | HASTMatta/ "l\UnJ\ lIJif'

I 499440. ui-fllOf' Vf-! I I 20% OFF '-, I I | 219 morns Compare a. tsa to II; 770 Umlt I'1 I p /4HO< \ 11 I I

I I I """ "" ntm
REGULAR PRICES "J Gerltol. laBTr" i i O \ I f
Don't HurtResults I Coupon Good Thru Sal Aug. 27 I Coupon Good Thru Sat. Aug 27 I 5 Coupon Good Thru Sal Aug. 27 Coupon Good Thru Sal Aug.2f V l I Coupon Good Thru ea. Aug, !/ I
.rrrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrr111A .rrrrrrrrrrretl .rrrrrrrrrrrr arrrrrrrrrrr

from a recently completed -.ECKERD* COUPON' .' fCKEUD: [COUPON (8IJU'III.r.J I .fAtl:41'I'.4.1
study by the Game and Fresh Water I r I
Fish Commission indicate that bass I PLAYTEX I I OUR EnTIRE $Tt1l l OF II "

not have an adverse impact on state's I 0 15 : )C II' rUSHIRT 1,1 CORDS h11j' I | GARDEN TOOLS I. MBLDEWDISK 1
fishery rescources. 169 mph P- I I .... I.. ,"" ; \ ;II tot-n-M. 1 Iwas e
Data for the report were collected I Price reflects cents w I ; 20% I 2,41 \ 1 II 880 t.I s .

from information received throughthe I off label. Limit 1 __ I 427 I REGULAR PRICES 1 pits mold, mildew. .
Commission's tournament permitting I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug. 27 I I. Coupon Good Thru Sal Aug tt* I Coupon OOOd Thru'Sat Aug. XT I I I Thru Sat Aug. 27ECKEUD"
system. --- -- ---- -- rrrrrrrrrrrr L----------mm it
"This system was originally ,
developed in 1975 to identify in- ..felt1'jJIo.JII..I: _: [COUPON'> II -IOKEKO.COUPON tCMSBD COUPON ,
tesnviely fished areas and to determine .. '
if there was a need to restrict or I SPINFRESHBATHROOM 1 i LYSOL I I GIANT' I CARRITY i BOO RIOT! 1
regulate bass tournaments," accor- 1 ENTIRE STOCK OF
I 1
ding to Fisheries Biologist Phil Chap-
man. Chapman and fish management AIR FRESHENER 1 1 DISINFECTANT 11 esaste' e I TEAR BAS I .
specialist Wes Fish prepared the I zscnrr* 1S-OZ.I SCiNTS .._., w II
report. :' i6,1OO Ji250/'
i i ie
'Major areas of concern includedthe N & 11269 1 ,
possibility of overharvest or O8c
on fishery resources I I 1 1
and tournament potent fishermen conflicts," with Chapmansaid. non- 1 Llmrta 1 1 1,1, 1 1 : .

1 1', I I 1 I "IE8UUlPIlaS
Based on 'tournament catch e '/ I I' I I Zebco, Pflu ger. 1

statistics Chapman concluded that 1 1111! a '11 ".I ;1 I \ \1..... I I _I names Kunan .A to The catch big I

early concerns regarding the "_ -' ra .._. !!:" ....1 1 I the big ones! _.
negative impact of fishing success for I '. Good Thru.... Aug. 87. | Coupon Good Thru. Sat Aug.m" r I
L Coulon
largemouth bass remain unfounded.In Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug 27 toupon Oocd Thru Sa.Aull 27 J. Cow'Good mmTmmZfmm n .II J mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
all major tournament areas, catch L rrrrrrrrrrr r rrrrrrrrrrr ---- mm mm mm rrrrrrrrrrr "
rates have Increased in the past five ,
year period when compared with ECt
tournament statisiUcs compiled priorto I !
1978, according to the report. 1 '1 1 II. II II
I ?
Chapman also found Florida tournament -
catch rates were w'thin the I .a..... ....... II .1 A II
usual 0.1 to 0.3 bass per hour national I -' 'I I I
Average and that professio competitive : II II I
fishermen as a gnup are, I I I I I d
little If any, more successful than ..- "
the average angler." I' .1. I"'
"Since competitive fishingrepresents II I !
only a small part of total "::::::' I I I I [ 1 1I
bass fishing pressure,any claims that, e tsmr '
tournaments have been responsible 1 r- -I 1 1 1 1 '. ,I I I'I'I' !.
for overt ishing in Florida appear un- I II I
founded" Chapman said. 1 TRASH BAGS'KORDITE "*" m 1 I I NA$!$GO" II 1 I :
The commission issued at least 58\ 1 PARSONS' SUDSYAMMONIA I e ODOR SENTRY KITCItER-eo'ti-s iI ... !, RAID ANT A. | I BETHB eMUHMRS | | MULTI-POSITION'' I
permits for bass tournaments between 1 I TRASH a. BRASS .IZE....t4M..UVOUa .
1975 and 1982, according to I aaz.. ........ / CMOICI ....BxW es F I I ROACH KJLLES I I SNA6K THINSI 1 I COMW" LOUNGERV I I
Chapman. These Included only those I I ... ...
t a I
tournaments were either 50 or more / (: 1 1 '.t",. 1 I ,. I I .. ...-,..,.,.",
fishermen were charged an entry fee 2,88 I 1 1 2 /300 4, '.1'.9'1-8.pu I W"MI.! 2jI ,8.8.' cover II

I of used$23 or or prizes more,25 exceeded or more 1000.boats.were. ,I \ ,a ,I 1 I I V J I. l,

I Fifty-eight percent of all permitted I Coupon Good Thru Sat Au8. 2/' I I Ce upon Good Thru. ...,AucI. 11 I _Goad TbnI .... Aug. 11 I Coupon Good Thru 5.1.Aug. 11 J J Coupon Good Thru Sat
i Ll.s rrrrrrrrrr..Iltaerrrrrrrrr.e
: tournaments were held in three major ----------- rrrrwrrrrrsrs rrrrrr
of the state: The ,St. Johns, .. .,..' ,,!I_ _I/IIIII/ -.Jllt.I, IBaaBaB aaaw !tmmaWmmtfWmtmmV .
j areas River. system Including RodmanReservoir .[ :U.I..I..I..J" I f ['>ff1'jl--1IJ.l"l': : (JIls-"-_ I [.1 I II' l' "- BlBlBlBB BT9Bf. '1 inaBaniH4mWBaMiBVBlBBBV- (

the.Kissimmee chain-of-- I TUMS 1 '!!!!i !:))(!lID II.!! fWMliMA I I
> ; I 1
lakes, and Lake Okeechobee, according ANTACIDItTACUTMUS | 'AMTUWTSC I DANA 1 1 G-FT NYLON
I ; ,
Lake to Commission Okeechobee records.had the highest. : 1 II 1 ORAL-B TOOTHBRUSH : ; I Mrm- UKAJUCI. ijiI I so Lle. JJJJj,, I : I HAMMOCK I

state catch wide rate at tournament 0.4 bam per average hour. was The I 77* Mea 1 I 88C'ITYPU '. ;11 '128 : :] I. .I ..- 'Umtta::-.... ,I. 15" 1isrrrmrrrrrrr.a LI

hour, about fish Umlt 1 pacK 1 I
0.27 fish or one '
per I Coupon Good 11 Good
Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug 11 Thru SaL Aug 17 Coupon Good Tnra Bat Aug. 17 I Good Thru Srt.Aug.
four hours of fishing. .I' rarar.rrwr.rl.r.rr.rJ I-----------.1
per rrrrrrrrre -' ;:! --_.>rraxtrawr.rwr.1 .

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Gaines Makes It Five In A Row I

Richard Gaines shot 70 and 68 to Winners of the other flights were: Saturday was Al Cotton and Sunday
win his fifth straight Starke Golf and First flightDr.. H.H.Adams, 141 and Harry Riggs.
Country Club Championship Golf Dwight.. Elder_.. 142. Second flight About iOO member enjoyed a
Tournament last weekend. August 20 tt+ .v T" >"n .neI t.MI. Woods. MS; covered dish supper Sunday night
and 21.Gaines. Third rttift- Richard Ables, 190 and after the tournament and alter the
V i John Wails, 152; Juniors (in finishing dinner the awards were presented to
Gaines Wins orderJohn David Francis, Ed the winners.
was 10 shots over Harold Douglas, Donnie Francis, and Chris Score keepers were Gertie McRae
Starke Tourney..,. (Biah Bishop, who was runnerup in Simmons. and Ruth Calhoun and Richard
Rkhird Gaines (ln the championship flight,Gaines totaled Hitting closest to the pin on hole twoSports Gaines was tournament chairman.
center 138 and
Bishop 148.
wen Ute Starke Golf and Country
Club Championship ..
Tournament This weekend Gaines will be traveling -
last weekend Here he U shown with to Tallahassee to at the
.his trophy with Club Pro Herb Her- @ # compete Briefs
res on tile left and Club President L I
Ben Moxley on the right. KUlearn Country Club. He won that
tournament last year.

QB Club

To Meet

'I'1 (Need the benefits Reserved this parking football will season be one for of

So regular prescription the Bradford Quarterback Club
VI n a 5 members.
refills? The Club will hold Its next meeting
s Phone ahead Monday, Aug. 29 at the BHS Held
to save time. Just give us your name, yourdoctor'aA. house,starting at 8 p.m..
name, prescription number and the time you plan to be In our All parents and interested football
CUT THEM OUT & SAVE 't4 k 1t pharmacy. fans are invited to Join the club.ParkIng -
will be discussed at the next

'EC.I< RI)1iCOUJlO: For further information contact
:ECKERDi" OUPOM' ..,ECKnD.COUPO : "={. .1'J.l.] Barbara Brown at 864-6090, Michelle
Parker at S&4-67H or Coach Hurse at
1 1 11 1 S64-6470.

a I
1 r 1 1 1 1 ;. I t II 1I Statistics for

11 I I 11 It II Kenny Clark....

11 1f 11 ., 11 1 Statistic for the Anderson Braves,
1 / a baseball farm of the Atlanta Brave

1 1 1 rtsc t el Qs i 1OIL. 1/ ... .. _mIIII 1 have Clark Bradford just has been upped High updated.baseball his batting star average Kenny

1 1 / ; I ; to .208.
1 ; ; Of his 170 at bats, Clark has 3S hits

1 1 1 1 1 JERGENS 1 t ENERGIZER 1I six including doubles one,so triple far this one season hornerun He and has
1 t I'' I PERSONAL-SIZE / I CLOROX 1 8-VOLT I crossed home plate 22 and has 14
...... 1 1 ... I 1 MCf. I \tooUU8II 1 ..... I one time this! season.
olce of Almond. .. ,... .... er .... / .... w ... ...telal
.229. Kat or Reese's 1 149. a I I GSC Limit 1 pack 1 1 6SC Umlt 2 1 I 159. I All Sports
nu' Butter Cups I / / / I I I I Club to Meet....
I I I r 1 I I I I IIhrrrrrrrrrrrJ
Coupon Good ThN Sat Aug.27' Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug tl Thru Good Club will
Coupon Good Sat Aug 27 Coupon m Sal Coupon mood TtlN sat Aug 17 The Bradford All-Sports
._----------. Irr..lrrrrrrrrrl. L.rrrrrrrrrrr -------s.- ii hold its first meeting of the 196344

;( :U.I.JI! I "' ,.. iCKERO'COUPON: >, school year Tuesday, August 30 at
I 1 ,
I 7:30 p.m. at the Western Steer Steak

1/ 1 1 1 1 / I OUR ENTIRC 1 1I' House Plans in will Starke.be made for the coming
I 1/ 1 I' I I I STOCK OF year and parents are encouraged to
1/ 1 1 CLAIROL I 1 1 t 1 1 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS I participate. Present'members urge
interested to attend the
sad "LITTLE GUT" I I I I anyone
SOFTWARE meeting.
1 I HAIRDRYER ; I 1'd k I 1 1 :" 1

I t / AIRKlNli48"I I II 1 1'1' .......... 1 1 2nDi Iw.tnre
1 CEILING FANS r7Ae t t tt Flag Football
RIVAL 1 / esT I r I 1 KODAK PR1INSTANT 1 1 .
I CAN OPENER I/ 6ft88'f I 1 388 I I FILM I I OFF 1I Registration Begins....
Registration for the youth flag football -
I '
I g 9"With... 1LIt magnetic I I COl.Limned....:tun quantities accusoaws No rainchecka. I 3 brush heats. With.nap-In I Iw' 757"11I'I I I Home Financial, I Starke program Recreation, sponsored Department by will the
a comb
attachments Decisions
I lid lifter. / I 50% OFF IlL PlICU. I I I I I Reading a> many morel begin Monday,Aug. 29.
I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug, 27 J Coupon Good Thru St Aug 27 1 I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug.27 I I'' Coupon Good Thw S... Aug.at / I Coupon Good Thru Sot Aug.17 I The program is set for boys and
i as-rr rrrrrr rr L rr e.r rrrrrrr so errrrss.rr rrrrsi er rrrrr rrr -- a err rrrts.rrrrr.I girls In two ageFours.8-10 yearpldsi l
and old ._ .
.. ll-11year ? "
"" ? ? r>rr r oar
-", 'I' %I. 1,- { lloo" Registration will be from 8.30 a.m.
I- 1 1 through noon and 1-8 p.m. at the old
1 GALAXY 3-SreO 1 AIR CEILING KING FANS 52" t t SALON PLUS I I r WAATCt asCA0LCULATF011 r Prat Sign USwill also be taken at
CURLINIIIRQN PRIX$ AM/FM Center from to 5 p.m.,Mon-
I CIRCULATOR .I 1 I == "" t I I' POCKET RADIO BATTERIES if day through Friday.A .
,dates.*>a..es I I !J8a 1 388 ....... des,. I 1 I. I I fee oTt3.SO will be charged to

1 21" I I No Limited ralnchecks.quantltl 11 For tighter curls. I I 688 :::...6 1125' OFF micti -! .. .. cover tlcipants.the cost of t-hirt for the par-"

I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug 27 I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug."27 I I Coupon Good Thru... Aug.27 I I coupon Good TtlN.... Aug. s7 I Coupon Good Thro Sat Aug.17 Irrrrrrrrrrrrse
rrrrrrrrs.ru.A trrrrrrrrrrrse 1_-eeee-rrrrrr_ srrrrrrrrrrrad

.. Soccer Registration....
; < _41U.I'JI[> .I.I ] _: r r 'J.J
I ECOLOQIZER r I / 1 I II Boys and girls age S through 7 can
PLASTIC SCHOOL sign to in the
up participate soccer
48- METAL 1 1 WATER FILTER 1I I. CRAYOLA CIa 1 1 SPAHTUS QUARTZ 1 I I I BOX I program sponsored by.the Starke
!a 1 1 I a* ** Recreation Department.
2388 sus 1 _
I I' 5ftt l 1 Registration for this sport will run
.. ,11711-4'
.1 ..... L.. t I Cleaner water on.- 1 I 67A Hell..... ,. .t6 ear- I I 8$8 .... It.. ; I I '" 1 flag at the football.same time and locations a*
tap) I pouch.
I couvon Good Thru....Aug.17 t I Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug 27 I coupon I I Coupon Good Thru Sat 27 1 I Coupon Good Thru St. 27 I
rrrrrrrrrrrrso ----I Lrrrrrrrrrrr.1 I.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrJ
Meeting Set
fCKIRO COUPON' M A r It I'J'.l'I "I i'
rrr .Y I I I For Men's Flag....

I .: = 1 II i I I I .. PEN ERASER MATE I .' i iI Starke Teams Recreation interested DepL's In particiatlng men's nag In

I' football league should attend a
I "s'I I meeting set for September I, 1983.
1 I BUR6ESS 1 1 1I 1 The meeting will start at 7 p.m. at
1 2-GALLON 4J 9fte the old armory.
1 TANK. i Managers must attend the meeting
to have a team in the league. More
I 11 SPRAYER sr.!! I I DUD-TANG I I r CONSTRUCTION 1 details about the league will be
'1 SO-OUAHT 17....le... I 1 I I I PAPER discussed the meeting.
1 u- I 00usabfe 4 ..' 1 1 Exercise Class Set....
I. 3695 1 II 1 I. 1 6/1 j II 1 :112100 A morning exercise class will begin
15e1. capacity.
II No-rust plastlo tank. 1 1 Limit 12 I/ 1 September 6, lasting from .:30 to 11
Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug 27' Coupon Good Thru Sat Aug.27 I Coupon Good Thro....Aug.27 I Coupon Good Thni Sat Aug 27 I Coupon Good Thru"t Aug.11 / ..m..
I L .I .
L rrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrs rrrrrrrrrrrr rrrswrrssrrrr. -rrrrrrrrrrrr.t The class will be held at the old armory -
on Tuesday and Thursday. Appropriate -
o .
,ECKERO: uPOr. Ii 'KE o.COUP N, .' dress is required and there
U I I i Is no charge for the function.

1 I : r I ..
I II 1/ 1 Night Exercise

1 i i -' 1 i 1 I' 1\\ Class Offered....

11 tl /0 /1 i 1I Starke Recreation Department Is
I .1" .re', "I I = offering a night time exercise clan.
I .r 11 I' 11 ,e .. t Classes will begin Tuesday Sept. 13
-- = In the old Advanced; ; classes
11 I armory.
I t1 /1 \ will beat 1:30.nd the beginning class
t ; will start at 1:30 p.m..
I 1 I 1,1 ; e 11 I I \ ;;:;- __ Registration will be held the first
'. I I I' night.A. fee of$8 Is set for the 10 week

1 "I HJMEfi'S ---- 1 1 PAPBI .MATE 98 I \ 1 1I course.Appropriate dress will be requiredand

: 1 18-HKHMAZIBi. 1 I BASF AUDIOCASSETTE I I 8LUEOALL 8. .... I COLLEGE- WIMBOUMO It is recommended that participants
I I I r .. .. I NOTEBOOK bring mat or towel.Cheryl
OMUL 1 I TAPE 1 .es.na.r.. e. rt Godwin will be the insturctor.BoatFatalitietf .

I. issss I' al's mass : : : 2'1 00 : I =.'bt
1288 7.
I L .1 51. cooking Folding togs.heights./ I 1 169 t V.'1 I I I I t I 1 DownThe

i I Good Thru Sat. %A w+..17 I I Coupon Good Thru sat Aug.27 I_ 5 Thro Hat Aug.27 fatality rate for recreational
bwrrsss Coupon rrr. so rral ._______.____. arrrrrrrrrsrsssts. rrrrstrrrsrarrrrrl'trrrtr rrtrrrrrr. boating accidents decreased in IMS.
{ .to the lowest total since 1983. according
} WE::0JiT 0 to:. SUMDAYOtoe.: __ to the latest US Coast Guard
: \ 0 ( Statistics

I Bradford Sq. Shopping Center sale Prlee+ get ll A 27&> ECKERDjRk boating Total fatalities accident from were recreational 1,178. down
30 from the 1,208 deaths In'19(1.
'f; 181 S. Walnut There were 7.'fatalities per 100.COO!
estimated recreational boats.In .
; ,' '1/" Char : ( : \: ,' contrast, the number of '
/ ,
,,"If' $ "
\ and the
accidents injuries
r.', ... \ >t' A"ACIW"'A'CrA"VDfiUG '
'I ",iI" ":', '1'. property damaged Increased in 13(3.TheCoast .
'I, I ., .
''f' ". StreetStarke'S' 1 ;! ,; Guard estimates that it
't: "\. )':" :","' receive* reports ofnonfatal fewer than 10
,' .. ; accident
\ ;. percent of the : ,
.. !\\W: M ,
jJ j u, '

.' ..... ..: ., .'. '
.. : "

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,,"' '' ." .." ': I..' ,.\, y.j,,, -. ""'"


Page-....12.TELEGRAPH. --- August 29. IM3

US-3OI" Traffic, Has Almost Doubled 1

"flay. You can't even cross it. Re.1I1 I ,' .14,540 vehicles passed going- both directions In a 34 hour
Where.l* aU that truffle coming from? You cannot period. But in 1981, seven years later, 13,380 vehicles
cross 30111 you're not at a light"Local residents lImply were counted going north and 11,575 were counted going
can't understand It. south for a total of 23,955 vehicles in a 24-hour period.
Traffic on US-301 Stark has almost doubled in less A count taken at the Florida Highway Patrol station in
than 10 years, according to a counts taken by the 1974 showed a total of 11,840 vehicles. By 1982 the count
loridaDepartroent o*Tranaportation. had increased by almost 3,000 when 7,480 were counted
A count taken In 1974 on couth US-301! showed that going north and 7,160 going south for a total of 14,620,

.. ......'."",. ......c.... .. ..,' ." ....'" ... .., .. ,.c. .. ,.... .. ".... H'C ... ....., ."...,... ,,,,' '' ,

.rtYl ,.. u.. "."".,. ,. _n". ",", ..'"",... .. ,,'. ,.. "",!:,, "" ... ".. .. ""I, :
---- : 'I'I! ::.

;.' .. r:.,. 'H Or. Pete Clangs

State DOE Survey Team Reccomerids New & Dr. John Cienki

announce the,

Construction for. Bradford School. .'" District .. opening. of their

A survey team from the state Department of Education (DOE) recently In- high school students will grow by 1,073 over the next five yean. That Is not General Medical 'Practice
spected all the school facilities in the Bradford County district to determine much growth. We have-housed them In classrooms, but if you feel you are
what changes need to be made and what new facilities need to be added to br- short science labs (in particular) we can put it in the program."
ing this school district up to a level comparable to other districts In the state. Casey said that he had a particular need for some smaller rooms for classes ', Booking
The 5-year capital outlay survey team made recommendations concerningthe with fewer kids, like some English classes. English classes must have a low Appointments,
educational needs of Bradford County to the school board and to the state student-teacher ratio by legislative mandate and Casey said needed some .. ,
DOE as to what changes need to be made In schools. DOE will partially base smaller rooms so that he wouldn't be unnecessarily taking up a lot of space
fund allocations for the school district over the next five years on the report with a small class. Green said that they would examine that possibility and at
that this team makes. make a decison later. '
The team reported Its recommendations for each school and its overall Duncan also asked about renovating the BHS auditorium so that it would be
recommendations for the district at a meeting with the school board last suitable for use as a mass testing area. The renovation would consist mainlyof 964-5388
Thursday.The recommendations are made so that the changes can be carriedout Installing a better lighting system Green said that this type of change could
over a period of five years. be done under the first four general recommendations he told the board about. '
George Green, spokesman for the survey team, said that there were four All the recommendations made by this team will be refined and presentedto 107 Edwards Road
basic recommendations that were standard for all school systems In the state the DOE. The board can then use part of its state allotment of funds on
that are not mentioned in the report, but that are understood to be recom- anything that is on this list of recommendations. The state capital outlay (Behind Bank
mended. These recommendations are basically things that are required by funds cannot be used on something that is not covered by this list,either in the Community )
state law for all school districts. four general recommendations or the specific recommendations the team
The four concern such things as safety to life items, lighting modificationsfor will present to the DOE.
the physically disabled, replacing existing equipment and restoring and The list of recommendations will not be definite until It is refined and
repairing roofs. Presented to DOE.
Overall recommendations for the school district mainly dealt with the bus
barn. They were; a covered storage area, a fuel storage tank and a bus lift. ...
"Overall you are In good shape," said Green, "Everything there is generally
.The survey team then reported to the board Its recommendations for each
school in the district. The teams spent time In each school examining the I II
estimated student load and the facilities in each area of the county to arrive at I
an estimate of what the schools would need to educate the population of Brad-
ford County over the next five years.

Lawtey Elementary School Recommendations
: LtCPkA&
'At the Lawtey Elementary School, the team recommended a student. -i T2
capacity of 423. The number of students who go to LES is actually more than 6
423,so the team recommended that the extra students be sent to other schools
In the county. ,
They also recommended that they resurface the paved parking lot and put ij-qt :
In paving for parking as needed.The team recommended a chain link fence be
put up around the school and that existing.chain link fence be repaired as _
needed. ,
The team said that the fence around the school should be repaired as needed O I!
and that the drainage should be corrected. It was recommended that the
heating and cooling system be updated, as well as the sewage treatment .'
plant, and that new carpeting be put in the school. \
They recommended a storage area and a multi-purpose room be supplied.

Bradford-Union Votech SchoolAt I

the Bradford Union Vocational-Tecnical Center (Votech), they recom- : '
mended a student capacity of 410. They also recommended that covered __ _4 -4'
walkways and parking areas be provided as needed. They also suggested a
chain link fence be put up.
The air conditioning system also needs to be upgraded and they suggested '
several addiUUons to the facility such as a heavy equipment operating isb... r w J
driving range, media center and four general classrooms and related areas. : : I
The recommendations for Brooker Elementary School included a chain link ,
fence around the school,converting a classroom to an art lab and providing a
separate storage building for flammable items.

Starke Elementary SchoolAt I
Starke Elementary School, the team's recommendations included correcting --
the drainage problems on the playground chain link fencing, new
floor coverings and the renovation of covered walkways.

Hampton Elementary, SchoolAt I ( \

Hampton Elementary School they recommended that covered walkwaysbe v
repaired and constructed as needed and that a P.E.storage area be provided
as well as a multi-purpose media room. .'t.

Southside Elementary SchoolAt

South lde Elementary School, the team recommended providing and
replacing covered walkways as needed, correcting the drainage problems,
converting the media center to three resource rooms and converting the ad-
ministration building to exceptional education classrooms.,. .
They also recommended building a new media center, comprising 8,717 Our big Back-To-School sale y ywr r ,. b W Y .i -. a
square feet and a new administration suite. An addition to the exceptional. is the one stop for ;all You"r 1. .. .
education area, comprising 1,518 square feet;was also suggested. ,
A P.E. planning and storage area, a multi-purpose. room and a text-book family's needs. From pre-schooler, to '
storage area were also suggested.,
campus-bound, we've got bargains throughout the : 01

Bradford County Middle SchoolAt store. And,we're open for your convenience with extended'; '
the Middle School, it recommended that covered
was sidewalks and paved -
parking areas be provided as needed.They suggested the drainage be cor- hours. So, come In soon before school bells ring'- and get an '
rected as well. ,
The team had several remodeling suggestions for the Middle School.Tbey "A+ in Savings! ., : ',.. I .. ,,.r'"
suggested that the industrial arts suite be changed to a P.E.and multi-pupose c \0''- \., .., !'
suite, that the music suite be changed to three resource areas and that the l F"\o'i\ ,_" ',' ,> ',. i"

home economics suite be expanded into room 115. I"it ',
They also suggested converting rooms 148 and 149 to business education Garfleld"'t ;, '; Duo Tang .3 Subject'I;:\;'\ : '\
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rooms 135 and 138. Rooms 102, 147 and 160 were suggested to.be converted to COOJPosltion' \
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They also suggested building several new buildings over the next five years. 1'10' "u, ,
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A new auditorium with a stage was also suggested for the Middle School.

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the Bradford High School, they recommended paving the parking area GLITTER : DA, '' PENCILS Reg.PEla s Hs OL" '::::{ :
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